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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 J - J jp p V JUhjO - v - - BREOKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPOET KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 10 1895 NO 51 VOL XIX C -- j 9 hA l imUfr 0ollese IDEAlCrHMSCOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES j - RENEW YOUR SUBSCRRTON EOR 1895 Mr Ella Owen Ib spending this week with her parents What a recreation and pleasure for these young housekeep ers to spend a few days at tho dear old home Our Sunday School is getting along nicely Mlsscs Edna Robertson and Carrico Owon havo rendored valuable assistance Mrs Eli Dean Mrs Jesso Moorman and Mr Chas Fishoraro with their fa- Â¬ ther Mr J M Fisher of Irvington who is dangerously ill Rev Cox of Owcnsboro is hero ask Â¬ ing aid for disabled and aged mlnittcri of tho Baptist church Every Baptitt should luid a helping hand Mr Jeff Ow en and bride nee ilifs Carrio Moorman havo gone to house- Â¬ keeping at Gleiideane Their host tr friends wish for tin m a prosperous voy- Â¬ age on tho sea of life A paity of young people spent the day at the Sand Knobs Saturday Among thoso present were Misses Mary and lkfsio Moorman Eva aud Lulu McBnth Carrio Owen Lutie Moorman Edna and Ella KobeiUon Kannio Owen and Meters Frank Dean Vic and Ernest Robertson Jim Dean Charley Dean Henry Moorman Tom Owen Edgar Lewis and Venna Moorman and to them wo will say Â¬ POPULISTS Moot At Louisvillo And ZEcrHaaTrraraiKrsrs First Wo dimand tho frco and un limited coinaico of silver on equal terms with gold at tho present legal ratio of 10 to 1 without asking the permission of Great Dritaln or any other foreign na- Â¬ Â¬ CHIFTZ ROYALTY Nominate a Full Stato Ticket And Declaro For Frco Silver And Employe twenty teach Â¬ Ib tho best furnished school in tho South Has soven ex- Â¬ ers from tho best Schools of America an dEuropo perienced tcachora in he musical department and a patronoge from twcnty thrco states Tho College building ono of tho finest in tho stato is handsomely furnished 100 rooms heated Uy steam and lighted by gashot and cold Most Everything Excopt Womans Rights waterwUhbath roomsttache3 t O flttcnaing f jcori fit this last Soveral young ladies frpmjthifl county Hayo A HARMONIOUS MEETING Avery handsome year and many more will attend this coming year i iataloguo will bo sent free towiy one on application also a largo litho- Plenso mention this paper Aljraph in fourteen colors of the building A pnd write for one Address I M - f 4 I 1 W fRepB i I f F CABELL Pres BOEING GREEN KY MTHE FINANCIAL U QUESTION i Nutshell It Is a Struggle tweVnTh680Who Dealln Money Bo U rv-- 1l wAnd Tho8oWho Produce and Deal - In Commodities Question Is One wiii W v Tho Whole of Prices AN IMPORTANTADMISSION From I lie Atlanta Constitution Jl 1 i L Wo havo shown recently in tho most unmistakable way that tho wholo cflort of the bo calledisoundmoney men jis f f v p tpilepreeiatathepriceff or commodities and Jo austoinuphotd and increaaej if thoypui tljo present purchasing powe TUo whole contention igbq-tween those who deal in monej and thoso who produce and deal in commodi- Â¬ ties The producer dnd dealer In commodities is interested in obtaining profitable prices- - The dealer in money is interested n commanding the largest poeMbleqnantityTfTproportyana con jnoditfes for each unit or dollar of his money This is the financial issue in n nutshell Tho wholo question at bot toRLia one of prices This Ib inado per Jfectly clear by some editorial remarks in The ijew York Sun Tho Sun says ReprescAtattve James J3 Cobb of AlaÂ¬ bama is reported by a Washington no ws paper as making the following decla- Â¬ ration t kCbeone issue in Alabama polities at presentIs the silver questipn I am jn lavor of the free coinage of silver and vgoldat a1 ratio of 10 to 1 and I see no necessity for waitidg for an Internationa ggreemept I believe that this is tho sentiment of the democratic party in Alabama but this does not meantlint the Democrats of my State are not as flrmlyrdetermlned to bnVe a sound cur Â¬ rency pa are the so caHedfsound money men We bellova that free coinage would actually make the commercial values of the two inefals equal at that ratio We think that the demonetization of silver n 187 caused the decline in the Value of the white metal and that again making silver a primary money would restore its old value I am Bure that did the Democrats of Alabama for a moment think that Jfeo coinage would result In a depreciatpd currency they would not for a mdment hesitate lu con- Â¬ demning it There aro no flat money 1 of gold V though it was at a premium over green- Â¬ backs and the peoplo got along very prosperously without it each coin would bnyiheri hotquito half as much as it will buy now Under free coinage silver will not bo as valuable as gold is now but it will bo as valuable as gold will then be for iCvery dunce of silver cojned or uncoin Â¬ ed Vilf havo imparted to it tho potential power of redemption money and th6 demajid for gold will ceaso to that extent Silver will inefcaso in value and gold will loso a part of its value until both petals moet at the legal ratio Should gold go to a premium as tho result of free coinage wo should not thorf as some of tho ignoramuses claim have1 aningfe silver standard for tho mints would still bo open to gold In the nature of things such a premium would be but temporary but even if it wero long continued not an interest in tho country would Buffer from it Wo would liayu bimetallU prices and the people piild enjoy the benefits of con- Â¬ stantly increasing prosperity The worst that could happen under free silver coinage would bo a thousand times bet terfot tho people than tho present con Uitidn of affairs under tho British gold standard Thero can bo no prosperity for tho people until tho peoplo can get fair and profitaVle prices for tho products of tholr labor Under the llritish gold standard the profits that ought to go into tho pockets of tho people aro re- Â¬ tained in the vaults of the money deal Â¬ ers i Wo say to Tho Sun therefore that the froecoinago monnro assuredly contending for higher prices and a higher level of prosperity If higher prices didnt mean depreciated gold and silver money in 1870 they dont mean that now Meanwhile wo once more call tho at- Â¬ tention of tho peoplo to the fact that by the admission of tho goldbugs sound money means the present level of low prices and depressed business Knjoy the iprlnjtiiuc ol loe unit youth To some good ancl 1eae the rest For time will teuch 7011 toon the truth There arc no birds In lairear nctt The Populists held their state conven Â¬ tion in Iottisillo last week nominated n Btatc ticket and adopted a platform covering most every question of interest to tho American people except Womans Rights It is said of tho 75 delegates present that every ono of them went to hid at 10 oclock at night and were up by 0 oclock in tho morning They were ordtrly and made the best appearance of any set of men ever assembled in Library Hall Whether they aro rlht or iews they acted wrong in their political like men and gentlemen and this is much to their credit Tlio following is tho ticket named For Governor THOMAS H IKrriT of Daviess For Lieutenant Gocrnor BEWLEYVILLE Held orcr from List week Mrs Laura Stitli is attending District Conference R M Jolly aud children spent Sunday with T J Jolly and wife C II Diiiry and family aro visiting Nicholas JOHN J BLAIR For Treasurer M R GARDINEU of Hardin For Auditor of of Woodford For Register of Land Ofllce J K IJUICKSALL of Wolf C II DEAN relatives in Brandenburg S P Drury and G E Drury went to Louisville Wednesday night W II Cain fr attended tho District Confcronco at Brandenburg through the entire session Misses Blnneho Jolly and Lena Dairy aro visiting Mrs John Frakes Brandon burg and attending Conference LUut B F llardaway who ban re cently arrived at Guston spent Sunday with his sister Mrs Henry Cox Some nico rains and tho hot weather are good to make corn grow and our hearts are gladdened with the prospect bf better times Sabbatli School lesson to day was a re- Â¬ view of thrco months post and was very iuteiesting Going over tho last week of our Saviours lifo Wo had n small attendance hut a real good meeting After the Sunday School services tho Epworth League held a devotional meet in Goldks Rod Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For Attorney General of Hart For Secretary of Stiito DON SINGLETARY of Hickman For Supt Public Instruction II II FARMER of Htmleison Fur Commissioner of Agriculture ML SCO IT of Shelby For United States Senator CLAENCE S HATE of Ji Hereon S M PEYTON Thu initiative and referendum amend ment was put through and then tho resolutions wero adopted as follows Preamble Tho Omaha platform is a broad prottfct agaiiibt tho monopolies aud their evils which havo sprung up and been fostered under the rule of tho Democratic and Republican parties They have deserted th principles of Jeflcrson and Lincoln Tho Peoples party stauds for the principles of industrial progress and human liberty Nono of their betrayels of trust has resultt d insomuch disaster to every branch of our varied industries and in as much wrong and misery to our people as their deliberate and persistent legislation on tho financial question There is a right and a wrong principle under this great question tho two principles aro as different as light and dark- Â¬ On ono side of this question to day ness tho Democratic and Republican parties stand together side by side backed by tho RolliEchllds tho bankers tho con tractioniuta nnd tho gold trust on tho other side stands tho Peoples party but backed by every patriot who has realized the teal danger that confronts ur aud that this is tho paramount issue dpon tho correct solution of which dQpemh not only all other industrial reforms but tho civilization and Christianity of a great nation We fully realize that not all tho social political aud industrial ills that aUccttho people cau bo cured by a proper finan- Â¬ cial system but the magnitude of tho contest on this Usue is so portentious and the enemy is so firmly entrenched behind tho legislative judical and exec- Â¬ utive departments of our government that we invito the assistance of all those who favor more money and less mis ery whether they fully agreo with us on other Issues or not Platform Finance Land and Legis Â¬ lativeTherefore wo tho Peoples party of the Stato of Kentucky In convention assembled though wo believe and reaf- Â¬ firm tho Omaha platform ask for the suffrage and co operation ofovery voter in tho Stato and welcome to our ranks all who believe with us in the following demandt First Wo are-- unalterably opposed to Increasing our already treat burden of national debt by tho unnecessary Isauo of intorest bearing bonds in times of peace and wo deploro and condemn tho recent action of the Democratic Administration at Washington not only selling our national credit at a price below its tnarkst vain but vejtscially for surra tiering to tho Rothschilds and other bankers our financial independence for six months by ascent contract tho in Â¬ famy of which is without paiallul in our history Second In order to secure and main Â¬ tain a safe sound and Ilexiblo currency we demand that tho national banking system and all banks of issue bo abolish Â¬ ed and in addition to the free and un Â¬ limited coinage of silver and cold at the present legal ratio of ltitol that tho national Government proceed to Issue national Treasury notes all of which ahull bo a full legal t uder for all debts both public and private and in quantity sudlclent to restore tho geutlo range of prices aud prosperity that existed before the demonetisation of silver in 1873 and to increase in quantity year after year with thq increasd In population and bus inciw so a to maintain tqutty betwee debtor ami creditor to faciliute the le of our treat Rational re- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ single-handed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NORTONS VALLEY The wheat crop is pretty good in this vicinity Miss Emma Wheeler vifaited tho Nor- Â¬ tons Saturday and Sunday Mrs Fannio Board and brother John Moredock wore at the Valley Sunday John Yates has built a new house Which improves tho looks of tho Valley Godfrey Ilaswell of Hardinsburg and Miss Mary McCoy were at church Sun- Â¬ day Tho heavy rain kept somoof the boys out Sunday night on account of high water Ed Hook of Hardinsburg is to teacli He Is ono of the Har- Â¬ our fall school dinsburg college graduates Thero was a heavy rainfall in this vicinity Sunday and Sunday night which did somo damage to crops by washing them up Misses Eflie and Leila Kincheloo of Hardinsburg wero at church Sunday also called on tho Miss Nortons in the afternoon Madam Rumor reports another wed Â¬ ding soon in this vicinity Wonder if Fred Triplett of Bowleyville knows any thing about it Misses Alia and Carrie Norton aro making preparation to visit the Misses Klticheloe of Hardinsburg on the 1th and attond tho picnic there Rev G W St Clair gave two sermons ono the forenoon tho on Sanctlficatlon other in the afternoon Thore was a big crowd prtsont and those that wero not thero luitsed a treat Tho Valley was well represented Sun- Â¬ day with people Irom Bewleyvllle Webstor Lodiburg Hardlusburg Clifton Garfield Harncd and Raymond Mill Bom people think this little Vallsy is ot ttuclt f a place but Just lit them give out there into bo a basket meeting aud thero will bo a big crowd every time Carbuncle Largo na Hen rtrgsl ifiijj Mrs GLENQEANE I telil over from latt week Tho National Government has tho right and should exerciso it to use its option as to tho kind of legal ten- Â¬ der money with which it will pay any debt or obligation and that it should always give preference to the money that is below par In onlcr to appreciate it nnd maintain a pa ity among nil of its legal lender money Third We demand thnt Congress mako it unlawful for nny note bond mortgago or other obligation to stipulate for payment In gold only or in any other particular kind of legal tendur money of tho United Stntes Fourth Ours is tho only political party that has ever had tho honesty and patriotism to demand in its national platform for a graduated ineouio tax Tho Supreme Court of tho United States in its recout decision has declared that our Constitution docs not allow this just and equitable tax In tho language of Justice Harlan Tho practical if not tho direct eiltct of the decision to day is to givo to certain kinds of property a position of favoritism aud advantage that is inconsistent with tho fundamental principles of our social organization nnd to invest them with power and inllueuco that is perilous to that portion of tho people upon whom rests the larger part of tho burdens of tho Government and who ought not to bo subjected to tho dominion of aggregated wealth any more than tho pioperty of tho country should be nt tho mercy of tho lawless Fifth Therefore wo demand an amendment to tho United States Con- Â¬ stitution to provide for a graduated in- Â¬ come tax STATE First Wo view with alarm the recout decision of the Court of Ap peals of this Stato in the Dank Tax Case and believe it to bo subversive of tho spirit and letter of tho Constitution itself which requires that all property shall bo taxed alike the property of a corpora- Â¬ tion just like an individual Tho effect of this decision is to exempt property of tho hanks from all local taxation and thereby throws the wholo burden of municipal government upon the other classes iu our cities and towns We sincerely trust that the court will yet sustain tho sovereign will oi tho people by rever al of their decision Sicond Wo denounce tho system that practically gives a monopoly to tho American Hook Trust of our common school books nnd Insist that tho largest competition should bo given in the pur Â¬ chase of all books for tho benefit of tho children of our Stato Third Wo deploro tho actiou of the General Assembly in increasing the salaries of Judges of tho Court of Ap Â¬ peals and other officials in our State at a timo when nil values aro decreasing and distress is manifest iu every housohold aud demand economy and retrenchment in every department of government and promise our best endeavors to decrease the burden of taxation as far as may bo consistent with good government Â¬ tion Second COUNTY SUEYETOE Office over the Bank of Hardinsburg Finding lost llni and Will attend to any business in the lino of Surveying Correspondonre in regard to any boundaries of lands ling in corners n specialty Also a Notary Public and can take the acknow- Â¬ Ureckenrltlge county solicited ledgements of deeds nt timo of surveying if parties desiro it Address at Hardinsburg Ky RATES The most centrally located Hotel In trie city I asW FnwvaESBto si Eo 2 FtR DAY J JOHNSON MANASCR 1 r I6uisyilleKy W II Nelson who is in tho drug bus iness at Kingville Mo has so much con- Â¬ fidence in Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhiea Remedy that ho warrants every bottle and offers to refund the money to any customer who is not satisÂ¬ fied after using it Mr Nelson takes no risk in doing this becauso tho Remedy is a certain cure for the diseases for which it is intended and ho knows it Lyj It is for sale by A R Fisher Clovcrport Hoard Hardins Ky and Kincheloo hurg Kj Â¬ mmtmiiiimmwi Wilt H 1 1 Shave Hair Gut or Shampoo GARFIELD heavy rain fell at this placo Sunday Miss Jacic Brown teaches the Pleasant Grovo school this fall James Nicholds weais a smiling countenance these days its a girl All Invalids of this placo go to the s Tar Springs for their health A A Richardson goes onco a week to Ho is quito a business the Tar Springs A now-a-day- Â¬ You Want Springs to spend the summer The Sunday School at Pleasant Grovo Come one como all It is a success seems as if tho people aro alive in this work Mi and Mrs Thomas McCoy of Rew loyville passed through this place Sun- Â¬ day on their way to Mr A Nortons Mrs McCoys parents man Misses Annio and Catio Roard spent tho 4th ut Ekron and went from there to Of Louisville Rig Spring to visit relatives Garfield seems deserted now as most Kyans old of tho people havo gono to the Tar now furniture Jacob Bali 8 lias fitted up C I place with entirely Try him and bo convinced of his workmanship Mr Will Skillman has Gknuikuev A Book had sore eyes for years Ho has tried lias many doctors and remedies aud always tailed to get relief until wo sold him a tube of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve which cured him inside of one week Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey sells well and cures Respectfully It is a book for everybody who do M Meyer Co sires to know thu facts about fiance January 15 1S03 lluras Ky and currency Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salvo has done a great deal moro for mo than can bo IK YOU WANT TO KNOW W II Skillman told by pon All About Gold Buras Ky Remarkable COINS Financial School Youve No Idea How nicely Hoods Sarsaparilla lilts the needs of tho peoplo who feel all tired out or run down from any causo It seems to oil up tho wholo mechanism of tho body so that all moves smoothly and work becomes delight If you aro weak tired and nervous Hoods Sarsaparilla is just what you need Try it IK YOU WANT TO KNOW READ IT Silver Currency Miss Carrie Owen is ill at this writing Miss Cot fell has returned to Clover port O L Yes IU Hot Wo all Summor is not over yot agreo to that but let us como to tho same conclusion that All About IK YOU WANT TO KNOW KE AX IT IRH-A-I- D Pate is hero colltcting county All About We IIUIIEOIO khow how if tho free coinage of silver is not going to depreciate the currency it will have he effect of counteracting tfie fall in prices which Bomany of the silver men insist is due to adherence to tho gold standard If Bilver coined at the ratio of 10 to 1 is to beequal in value to gold coin prices will remain just whero they are now Wefancy that Mr Cobb either does not speak tb0 triitlj or that he is himself deceived Tho great argument for free silver all long lias been that it will cheapen the dollar and givo tho farmer a dollar a bushql for his wheat instead of cotton planter 10 cents a pound for his cotton instead of 5 cfcntsNNeWler6f tlietJe thlngsdari hap Â¬ pen iwhat MrCobb eas is trae TheSunhfeada tlieso rtifiaVks TlTo iUQU iU UUt lftt0 I halfdSMuhb Effeclbfep glfar claluesl9nfc CflinageV It will iba wcntbaiTheSunilosesall its gauir tlon when it cpme tjidlocusa tljo Inaji uiaiutalnatiaf i rit in prieea means unsound Or deprliaUtf theory jb iauey fprgjittln that corrtict aQ our money and all the worlds money rgod BJver and paper was depreciated up to a few years ugo tfn lj4amoro tliaii dpiiblcd in vitlngMTW Dana hope place of ha rainvdld much giod to tobacco ilvflf a tketHMmey of final ayitiouV and corn arid did jiltlo linrm if any to Tl frrfecoirfglmen want to tpko away tho wlveaU part pf UftrH8HSrl and artificial Irs lmipa Jlobertson and babo aro Tjialu aBYastore ii to Vijver and lg the vlUlng her parents at FBrn Creek Jeffewo pounty Tltai UiW twUolftxpoliay bI those whb Jtliwtp Rfttlie Webb Ada Drury and lav el itorrfigllvjtq its pld are MrvClHUifDMry rflned witU MrsD O the 4ad Monday mM bvdHUd sHleweBtd by a pjoerHiaa madv ready fhegolden grain Ceree Mia eaunUy Woause Uim foV the harvest edneeqgedtly the farm auaait ajMt values would be revtorad to the property Ware btwyiwUlUkilr eiekled Mw Bettte Moorman whow house t fchw r an aM iAn9 ftircwl on f he 7th of June WwaklBgrWy other UlWasew dwell miey in H XV wr OcAA giwt eOvwv sroat ThfSfritaouPo coinage ay of initevoror the free taxes Mr Hambleton Henderson was here Monday Tom OwonOwensboro is at Mr Jeseo L Owens Mrs Jeff Owan has returned from Clovorporf Mr Ferd Ovyen went to Hawesville Wednesday Miss I Ada Drury ii tho guest of Mrs LouMOwen Mr and MrsRutIedge were visiting hore last week Egarljawls is visiting Mr Jesso L Qwcjis family is vis Â¬ c Miss Emma May Hardinsburg iting MiBs Tllio Cooper1 Vic Robertson makes f equent visits to Hardinsburg of lato JuniuS Owen Louisville is with his paronlsfor a short visit Dr R 8 Dempster attended the Stato Convention at Louisville Mr Clms Drury visited Miss llettio Webb1 the iliid Sunday Mlsspella Robertson la visiting her br6tllerT R Itobertipn Mes MoBapi ofLeitchfltild if viit jngjlrs R Q Uoberlwn M VtktY fttard ef Fishorsvillt is vjcitlug Miss Faqniu Green Mr WvG McGuire of Dollngareon ib visiting Miss Llllie Cooper Mr and Mrs Renfro recontly visited thelrdaugbter Mrs Will Dan Allen Deannand children are IK YOU WANT TO KNOW IT Hoods Pills cure liver ills constipa Â¬ tion biliousness jaundice eick iiendacho indigestion What Causes the Hard Times It give Geo Yeakel TijttJiJD Go is a book for the people and will IT them moro correct information DERBY Mr IND Gilesple of Concordia Thursday aud Friday in town Mr John Obrecht of Tell City was hero last Wednesday on business Miss Lula Hargis spent Friday and Saturday with Miss Rurtha Crist Mr Claude Mitchell spent a short time nt Stephensport Saturday on business Mr Harvey of Leavenworth was registered at Mitcholls Hotel Saturday Messrs James Hargis and J W Dyer of Cannelton ppent a few hours in town Friday Miss Molllo Richardson of Dexter was the guest ol Miss Jessie Lime last Is tho right House to buy your goods at all times Extremely low prices havo spent been made on all seasonable about Summer Goods Â¬ Gold Silver d Currency Itrs tor U nuuill mrirt or ion ji um Col Fonir of llMt vaIuyjfpUfliistinitle iuj miner wa laid T Jlnt un with rurlnmclt tho wont that I 01 cr law bis doctor lie tried lit cry thing- be Iwonl ofnothing could do for iVtillam Nannib UoutUMAir Id wrlui in of UculahtUte follows i lilm Had nix or even carbuncle at a time as larirt aj hena tft ra He otto weak and lufTcrtd to much lie could not walk a step Dr Tierces Oolika Medical Ulscoverr advised for all blood disorder Before be mtnEbad takeq tit Disco v COL T IT Fooa urv Mfftta to 9 away Two bottle entireljrcurel mm tie 78 years eM aud enjoys feed beaHb bow his bed put In tho middle ot hi room and sot oh It to die No one expected blra to ert well He saw In 1173 be bad wnrhavswxlwt BluBrytWpjln tili4I PIERCE m Mif H YHkUMTtWIMW a thr CURE vlopt OtWWM With a view to clear them out on mat- Â¬ ter what tho loss will bo your gain 10 pieces Scotch Lawn worth 8J sweep ing out prlco only Cc tho yard the professional man the farmer 20 doz Initial Handkerchiefs wortli and the laboring man It was writ- Â¬ 10c clear out at Cc ten in tho interest of each of them 60 pieces Tourist cloth a good wash Whether Republican Democrat- fabric worth nny whero Sc to move them or Populist evory man who votes wo only ask you 5c the yard should read it week One lot of Black Silk Mitts tho kind IIK SUIIK TO CALL Oil Miss Eya Qofllnot It ft Friday for Lou- Â¬ you always pay 10 nnd 50c for at 25c in SKNI KOll IT IT WILL isvillo where sho will remain during the this sale COST YOU IOSTlAID summer Taffutta Moire a beautiful lOpeces Charles Logsdon and Cloo Fleming dres3 goods will make up as handsome spent Saturday and Sunday at Dexter in as a silk reduced to 15 per yard a social way 16 doz Konls Ties beaatiful patterns Mr aud Mrs Will Mitchell and Mr all silk at only 25c you generally pay Jno D Babbage nnd Mrs J 8 Kullums spent Saturday COo OIOVERFOKT KY and Sunday nt tho famous White Sul Ono lot of Whitu Goods iu plain checks phur Welh and stripes at 6 7 8 and 10c PENNYROYAL WAFERS Four Big Successes Our customers will not suffer on ac Â¬ A fpdfl0 monthly modlcliia f fUdl to i Mtorrf wwi rvtfuUi the iuabmc Having tho needed merit to more than count of tho rlso inSIIOES Wo aro producing free ueltiiy ami lalalaM Ma diKbirnNow chei ur DUa on make good all tho advertising claimed prepaed as wo bought our goods early umh bj ovr MCN uruwb lot TOrftUt wnoiuea WlUUM for thorn tho following four remedies nnd can make you closer prices than any rvsvm Wm orviftfc oalr tW with our If ntiu i acsy havo reached a phenomenal sale Dr one elao MxotUtoL AraldnibriituktrSMM pvtlouun mwll lo stunp t IHw Kings New Discovery for consumption Loi All over broken lots of CLOTHING iu Afnu LVUZKk cnJMlOAt Coughs and Coldsoach bottle guaranteed Mens and Boys go in this salo at about For salo by CHAS C MARTIN Electric Bitters tho great remody for ono half tho former prlco PrtoUotlDrscgUt Liver Stomach and Kidneys Ilucklens Wo haaej ust received an invoice of a CLOVKKIOITKY Arnica Salve the best in the world aud Sugar a nico clean dry Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills which aro a nice Brown gold All these remedies are sugar 23 lbs or a dollar silver or perfect pill H guaranteed to do Just what is claimed for We solicit your trado Do you want window shades We them and the dealer whoso name is at- havo Some that aro slightly soiled They tached herewith will be glad to tell yon The 6i8it Bargain Siere are mounted pu tprisp rolhwe The Sold at A IL Fhihers more ot them linen clothVe are pWng them Drug store out for 60 and 75 cento a- pirlr fomerly GEO YEAKEL CO went ItomM te tlB0 A feiat4hta Cry for Now U year opportunity so UkAdvn RANDENIUN KY age J I Babuvok Than will bo found in any book on political economy It is so plain and simple that any our can easily understand it It is a book for the business inn Only 25 Cents Â¬ m Window Shadeg - bt Children Pitofws Castorta r - v U HMK BREOKENRIDGE NEWS CLOYEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 10 1895 VOL XIX C NO 51 r V IDEAZ 4 i WtiFf wekMee KisasjTKcraKiy lUYii wRrffcOrw WEMSRENEW SCHOOL J YOUR SUBSCRIPTION FOR 1895 POPULISTS Moot At Loulsvillo Â¬ Mr Ella On en Is spending this week with her parents What a recreation and pleasure for these young housekeep ers to spend n few da a at thu dear old homo Our Sunday School is getting along MUscs Edna Robertson and nicely Carrico Owen havo rendered valuable First Wo dtiuand the frco nnd un limited coinago of silver on equal terms with gold at tho present legal ratio of 10 to 1 without asking tho permission of Great Britain or any other foreign na- Â¬ Â¬ CHIHT2 EOYALTY And Nominato tion COUNTY SUEYETOE Office over a Full Stato Tickot And Doclaro For Freo Silver And FOR YOUNG LADIES iK- - ifc j Is tho best furnished school in the South Employe twenty leacli- Has seven ox ers from tho bebt Schools of America anduropo poriencod teachers in Hid musical department and a patronage from twenty thrco states Tho College building ono of the finest in tho stato is handsomely furnished 100 rooms heated by steam and lighted by gashot and cold water with bath roomi attfiched I 5 Sovernl young ladies fromjthia cqujiiy nayo jocen nuonuing this last A Yery handsome year and many more will attend this coming year cataloguo will be Bent free toMiy one on application also a largo litho J graph in fourteen colors of the building Tleaso mention this paper J and write for one Address -- fl tAiJi flJ L -- t j B F CABELL BOWLING Pres GREEN KY TT w THE FINANCIAL QUESTION In 1 a Nutshell It Is a Struggle tweenTh6sBWhD Deal In Monoy Bo v I l ill And ThosoWho Produce and Deal It V is FLllU tJiU1 in commodities I The Whole Question Is One of a Prices AN IMPORTANTADMISSIQN i From The Atlanta jr r v tltutton - i L J- f - Wo bavo shown recently In the most unnilstakablo way that tho wholo effort of the so calledaoun JJwtnoney roqrijls tp depredate theiriceffoFommddities1 andlo fltifltaiiiuphold and increaser H theyjean tlje present purchasing powoj of gold f f - The vVhole contention iabo- tween those who deal In money and those who produce and deal in commodi- Â¬ ties She producer dnd dealer fri cqmmoiiitles is Interested in obtaining proDtable prices The dealer lu money is interested in commanding the largest qunntityT5fprdperiynnil corn1 juodlties or each uuit or dollar of his poanibhr money this is tuo financial issue in a nutshell Tho wholo question at bot Vv tomLsone of prices This is made per jfectly clear by some editorial remarks in Tho fyivy York Sun The Sun says Representative James E Cobb of Ala Â¬ bama is reported by a Washington news Â¬ paper as making the following decla- Â¬ ration jChe one issue in Alabama polities at preBentis the eilypr questipn I am Jn latfor of tlio free cbinnge of silver and xgoId at a ratio of 1G to 1 and I seo no necessity for waitidg for an international agreement I believe that this is tho sentimentToi the Democratic party in Alabanla but this does not mean that the Democrats of my State are not as firmlyrdeterminedto liaVe a sound cur- Â¬ rency a are the so calledrsound monoy men We beliovo that free coinage would actually make tho commercial values of the two metals equal at that ratio We think that the demonetization of silver in 1873 caused tho decline in the yalua of tlje white mqtal and that again making silver a primary monov would reetorti its old Value I am sure that dldi tho Democrats of Alabama for a moment think that iroe coipngo would result In a depreclatpd currency they would not for a moment hesitate m pon- demningit There are no flat money men in our party Wo should like W kbow how if tho free coinage of silver is not goldg to i iienreciate xne currency it win nave tne fleet of countergctlng tho fall in prices which eomany of the silver men insist la due to adherence- to the gold standard If silver coineUkLthe ratio of 10 to 1 is to boequal in value to gold coin prices will remain iust whero theV nro now Wefancy that Mr Cobb either does not BpeK lupiruni uiiuui uv in uiuiseu deceived Tlio great argument for free eilveraUblonir has been that it will cheapen the dollar and give tho farmer a dollar klfughel for his wJieaf instead of cotton planter 10 cents a pound for his cotton iuatead of 5 cents NNeWleVMf tlieSe thlngsdart bap- jwnjfwhat MrfCobbJaYJsigtrae TheSunhMds tllese remarks Tlio EreclbTVjep fifitft QqlnageV It ill ba mntbat The Sua loses all its gump Â¬ tion when it comes odIscusi the flnsu- cwl quIpn t maluwlnajthat J rie in prlcea means unsouud or depNAiatiJ money fprgyttln tlat tds theory jjo correct all ourmougy and all he worlds inoney rgoUl1 Bljverwid paper was depreciated up to a few years ago -fr 1 though it was at a premium over green- Â¬ backs and tho peoplo got along very prosperously without It each coin would unytheif hot quito half as much as it will buy now Under free coinago silver will not bo as valuable as gold is now but it will bo as valuable as gold will then be for every dunce o silver cbjned or uncoin ed win nnvo imparieu 10 u mo poicmuu power of redemption monoy and tho demand for gold will cease to that extent Silver will increase in value and gold will loso a part of its value until both petals moet nt the legal ratio Should coltl go to a premium as the result of frco coinage wo should not thotl as some of tho ignoramuses claim have amgio silver standard for tho mints would still be open to gold In tho nature of things such a premium would bo but temporary but even if it wero long continued not an interest in IJiocJmntry would suffer from it Wo Would have bimetallU prices and the peopio wouiu enjoy me ueneuis oi con Bttintly increasing prosperity The w orst that could happen under free silver coinago would be a thousand times bet terforUiD people than the present con dition of affairsunder the British gold standard There can bo no yprosperity for the people until tho peoplo can get fair and profitable prices for the products of their Tabor Under the British gold standard the profits that ought to go info tho pockets of tho people aro re- Â¬ tained in the vaults of the money deal Â¬ ers AVesay to Tho Sun therefore that the froffcoinago inonnro assuredly contending for higher prices and a higher level of prosperity If higher prices didnt mean depreciated gold nnd Bilver money In 1870 they dont mean that now Meanwhile we onco more call tho attention of tho people to tho fact that by th6 admission of tho goldbugs sound monoy means the present level of low prices and depressed business Â¬ assistance Mrs Eli Dean Mrs Jesso Moorman and Mr Chas Fishor aro with their fa- Â¬ ther Mr J M Fisher of Irvington who is dangerously ill Rev Cox of Owcnsboro is hero ask Â¬ ing aid for disabled and nged minlttcrj of the Baptist church Every Baptitt should It ml a helping hand Ilts Mr Jeff Owen and bride nee Carrie Moorman havo gone to house Â¬ keeping nt Gltndeane Their host ir friends w Ish for tin m a prosperous voy- Â¬ age on tho sen of life A party of young peoplo spout the day at tho Sand Knobs Saturday Among thoso present were Misses Mary and Bessie Moorman Eva and Lula McBath Carrie Owen Lutio Moorman Edna and Elln RobcitEon Nannie Owen and Messrs Frank Dean Vic nnd Ernest Bobertbon Jim Dean Charley Dean Henry Moorman Tom Owen Edgar cwIh and Venna Moorman and to them wo w ill say Knjoy the iprlngtiinc ol lote and Youth To some good angel leave the rest l or time will telicll you snnn the truth Thtrc arc no bird In latreart ncit Most Everything Excopt Womans Rights A HAKMONIOUS MEETING The Populists held their state conven- Â¬ tion in Loulsvillo last week nominated n state ticket and adopted a platform covering most every question of Interest to tho American peoplo except Womans Rights It is said of tho 75 delegates present that tvery one of them went to bed nt 10 oclock at night aud wero up by 0 oclock in the morning They were orderly ond made the best appearance of any set of men ever assembled in Library Whether they aro rljiht or Hall wrong in their political views they acted like uion and gentlemen and this Is much to their credit The following Is tho ticket named For Governor THOMAS S BEWLEYVILLE Held over from 1 IKrTlT of Daviess in week Mrs LsUirn Stlth Is attending Confercneo District R M Jolly aud children spent Sunday withT J Jolly and wifo C II Dairy nnd family aro visiting relatives In Brandenburg S P Drury and G E Drury went to Louisville Wedtusday night W II Cain tr attended tho District Conference at Brandenburg through the entire session Misses Blanche Jolly and Lena Drury aro visiting Mrs John Frakes Brandenburg and attending Confercneo Lieut B F Hardaway who ban re- Â¬ cently arrived nt Gunton spent Sunday with his sister Mrs Henry Cox Somo nice rains and tho hot weather are good to make corn grow and our hearts aro gladdened with tho prospect of better times Sabbath School lesson to day was a re- Â¬ view of thrco months past and was very intetesting Going over tho last week of our Saviours life Wo had a small attendance hut n real good meeting Af- Â¬ ter the Sunday School services tho Epworth League held n devotional meet Goldkn Ron in Â¬ Â¬ Foi Lieutenant Governor JOHN J BLAIR of Nicholas For Treasurer M It GARDINEK of Ilardn For Auditor C II DEAN of Woodford For Register of Land Ofllce J K QUICKSALL of Wolf For Attorney General S M lKYTON of Hart For Secretary of Stiite DON SINGLKTARY of Hickman For Supt Public Iuctruttlon II II FAKMiU of Henderson Fur Commissioner of Agriculture ML SCO IT of Shelby For United States Senator CLAKNCl- S BATE of J Ilerson - NORTONS VALLEY The wlient crop is pretty good in this vicinity Miss Emma Wheeler visited tho Nor- Â¬ tons Saturday and Sunday Mrs Fannio Board and brother John Moredock wero at the Valley Sunday John Yates has built a new house which improves the looks of tho Valley Godfrey Haswell of Hardlnsburg and Miss Mary McCoy were at church Sun- Â¬ day Tho heayy rain kept somo of tho boys out Sunday night on account of high water Ed Hook of Hardlnsburg Is to teach He Is one of the Har our fall school dinsburg college graduates Thero was n heavy rainfall in this vicinity Sunday and Sunday night which did somo damage to crops by washing them up Misses Efllo and Leila Kincheloo of Hardlnsburg wero at church Sunday also called on tho Miss Nortons in the nftornoon Madam Rumor reports another wed Â¬ ding soon In this vicinity Wonder if Fred Triplett of BowleyvlHe knows any thing about it Misse j Allu and Carrie Norton aro making preparation to visit the Misses Kincheloe of Hardlnsburg on the 1th and attond the picnic there Rev G W St Clair gavo two sermons on Sanctlllcatlon ono the forenoon tho other In tho afternoon There was a big crowd prcsont and thoso that wero not thoro missed a treat Tho Valley was well represented Sun- Â¬ day with people from Bewleyvllle Webstor Lodiburg Hardlnsburg Clifton Milk Garilold llarncd and Raymond Som people think this little Valley is aot Much f a place bnt Just lit them give out there la to bo a basket meeting aud thero will bo a big crowd every time Carbuncle Large n Hens rug I Mm Nannib Jouijiman of JlcuJahvUle King nilllam Co In- - wrltn ui follows my father For about ritflit or to Col T U Vcsg of H7l fuint Id wm laid up wfth cartniucUMho worst that let it ww lie tried every thing-- be lword of blj doctor Had tlx or lilin even cirbunclet at a large u hens time tgM He got to weak Buffered e much and bo could not irallc a ten In 1873 he bad bli bed put In the mlddlo ol hie room and got on It to die No ono expected bUa to get well He ww Dr lkrcet Uoldca Modlcol Diet over advised for sll blood dUorders Before be had Uk belf a bottle f Discov Â¬ CiM T U Foofl ery ther btaaato geawar Two bottlee entirely cured hlra -Ha is new ft year eM aud enjoys good seami- GLENQEANE Held over frcin lait week Miss Carrie Owen is ill at this writing Miss Cotffell has returned to Clover port 0 taxes L i 1ato is hero collecting county Mr Ilnmbleton Henderson wits here Monday Tom OwcnOvrensboro LOwensv l is at Mr Jesso Mrs JefT has returned from ClovdrportT Mr Ferd 0vyenwent to Hawesville Wednesday Miss B Ada Drury U tho guest of Mrs ero visiting here laBt week EJgar Iewis Is visiting Mr Jesse L Pwms amily Miss Eraina May IJardiueburg is vis Â¬ iting Mies Wlllo Cooper Vic Robertson makes f equent visits to IIardinshurgof late Junius Owen Louisville is with his paVonlsfor a short vlslf Dr KS Dempster attended theState Convention at Louisville Mr Chas Drury visited Mtssr JJettio Webbtlieiid Sunday MsiCella Robertson Is visiting her br6tllerT R Robertiam Ifisseg JIaBali ofXeltchfiald if yislt- - 0n LousJOwenv Mr and MrsRutIedge haUtfSMttbt Jt KwutMnikvrftf the BiwX1flW liWiuoreUiaii doubled valajjiiiifjli lvfii Tlw freVfoiifege men want tdtftke away and artiflelal part Ol yaliwiudwtore U to VJyr and to tlie of In Jfk4pjj tit place of tbet tMuef eP final baytitieul free eoitae ltH8utrl woflWeW40lh Iwpl IW Ullw wUollllay af those who Vftft JvXrkofYUW limJWifo f -- rX3UafPrydlndwlth1Mrs HW U vd MojhUy wuU MvdottUsd mm1 wealed by a w6aLlrlWij no frsi Ceres his matW peddy ttie golden grain amIv iiiMlv there Uatry WoAus Utm dr tb barvist dn4qUy the krm v4u would b retoml toUie rffwMfh m aie uwytwiihthsMr UkWd jM Hw JMtf Moorman whoee houw yf wr4iavf aMWiTbtt bm or any aitd MntjMt irufd on he 7tl of June k waking riikdy o VIW l W dwell- coin ww uoound mouey In 87J Ah D O Ha okl Mhq Varl Ihurd t FishersyllU is vlcitiug Mss lumiio Green Mr Wtf Ch JMcGuire of Boiling Grecu ib visiting Miss Lillie Cooper Mrj alid Mrs Itenfro recontly visited thelrdaighter Mrs Will Dan 4Irs Allen Deann and chtdreu arq Doana lmtne rau did jnnch god to tobacco 3he and corn arfd dd little liaroi if any to tho wlvk Irs lmuaa Iobertson and babo are Fern Creek visiting tier partmtp Jefferson county llwf Btla Webbr Ada Drury and yitinjttrW t fJcria MiuVwMft wlVN fci fad PIERCE 4HI CURE M KJUTONMBS Thu initiative and refeien lutn amend ment was put through aud then tho resolutions were adopted as follows Preamble Tho Omaha platform is n broad prottst against tho monopolies and their evils which havo spruug up and been fostered under tho rule of the Democratic and Republican parties They havo desertod th principles of Jefferson nnd Lincoln The Peoples pitrly stands for tho principles of industrial progress and human liberty None of their betrayels of trust has resultt d insomuch disastur to every branch of our varied industries and in as much wrong and misery to our people as their deliberate and persistent legislation on tho tluanclal question There Is a right and a wrong principle under this great question the two prin- Â¬ ciples nro as different as light and dark- Â¬ On one side of this question to day ness tho Democratic aud Republican parties stand together side by side backed by the Rothechilds tho bankers tlio con tractionists nnd tho gold trust on the other sido stands the Peoples party but backed by overy patriot who has realized the teal danger that confronts ur aud that this is the para- Â¬ mount issue Upon the correct solution of which dQpends not only all other industrial reforms but the civilization and Christianity of a great nation We fully realize that not all tho social political and industrial ills that affect tho people can bo cured by a proper finan- Â¬ cial sybtcm but tho mngnitudo of tho contest on this issue is so portentious and the enemy is so firmly entrenched behind tho legislative judical and exec- Â¬ utive departments of our government that wo invite the assistance of all those who favor more monoy and less mis cry whethor they fully agreo with us on other Issues or not Platform Finance Land and Legi- Â¬ slativeTherefore wo tho Peoples party of the Stato of Kentucky lu convention assembled though wo believe and reaf- Â¬ firm tho Omaha platform ask for the suffrage and co operation of every voter in tho Stato nnd welcome to our ranks all who believe with us lu tho following demnndt First Wo aro unalterably opposed to increasing our already great burden of national debt by tho unnecessary Issuo of interest bearing bonds in times of peace and wo deplore and condemn tho recent action of tho Democratic Admin Â¬ istration at Washington uot only selling our national credit at a price below Its market vnlae but vsetciully for turresv during to tho Rothsihllds and other baukersour fitmucial independence for six months by a sct ut contract tho in Â¬ famy of which la without parallel in our history Sccoudr Iu order to si quru and main Â¬ tain a safe sound and llexiblo currency we demand that tho national banking system and all banks oi issue bo abolish Â¬ ed nnd in addition to the free and un- Â¬ limited toiungo of silver nnd gold at the present legal ratio of 1U to 1 that tho national Government proceed to Issue national Treasury notes all of which shall bo a full legal t nder fur all debts both public and private and in quantity suQlclent to retoro tho gentle range of prices and prosperity that existed before the demonetlwtloH of silyer in 1873 and in quantity year after year to jncre with the iftcrewt la population ami biu ler0BlQ maintain tquity betwem debtor and cntdltot to facilitate th jl vlopwet of our treat atiouJ r Â¬ Â¬ single-handed Â¬ Second Tlio National Government has tho right nnd should cxerclso it to use its option as to tho kind of legal ten- Â¬ der money with which it will pay any debt or obligation nnd that It should nlwnjs give preference to the money thnt is below par in order to nppreciato it and maintain a pa Ity among all of its legal tender money Third Wo demand that Congress mako It unlawful for nny note bond mortgage or other obligation to stipulate for payment In gold only or in nny otiier particular kind of legal tender money of tho United States Fourth Ours is tho only political party that has ever had the honesty nnd patriotism to demnud in its national platform for n graduated income tax Tlio Supreme Court of tho United States in its recout decision has declared that our Constitution docs not allow this just and equitable tax In thu language of Justice Harlan Tho practical If not tho direct effect of the decision to day is to give to certain kinds of property n position of favoritism nnd advantage thnt is inconsistent with tho fundamental principles of our social organization and to iuvest them with power and luiluenco that is perilous to that portion of tho people upon whom rests the larger pnrt of the burdens of tho Government aud who ought not to bo subjected to tho dominion of aggregated wealth any more than tho property of tho country should be nt tho mercy of tho lawless Fifth Therefore wo demand an amendment to tho United States Con Â¬ stitution to provldo for n graduated in Â¬ come tax STATE First We view with nlartn the recent decision of the Court of Ap Â¬ peals of this SUtto in the Bank Tax Cose and believe it to bo subversive of the spirit and letter of tho Constitution itself which requires that all property shall ho taxed alike the property of a corporation just like an individual Tho effect of this decision is to exempt property of tho banks from all local taxation nnd thereby throws the wholo burden of municipal government upon tho other classes in our cities nnd towns We sincerely trust thnt tho court will yet sustain tho sovereign will ot tho people by rever al of their decision Second Wo denounce the system that practically gives a monopoly to tho American Book Trust of our common school hooks aud Insist that the largest competition should bo given in the pur- Â¬ chase of all hooks for tho benefit of tho children o our Slate Third Wo deplore tho action of the General Assembly in increasing the salarlis of Judges of tho Court of Ap peals and other ofllcials In our State at a tlmo when all values aro decreasiug nnd distress is manifest in every household and demand economy nnd retrenchment in every department of government nnd promise our best endeavors to decrease tlio burdon of taxation as far as may bo consistent with good government Â¬ Â¬ the Bank of Hardinsburg Finding lost Hups and Will attend to any business in tho lino ot Surveying Correspondence in regnrd to any boundaries ot lands lying in corners n specialty Also a Notary Public and can take the acknow- Â¬ Breckcnriugo county solicited ledgements of deeds at tlmo of surveying if parties deslro it Address at Hardinsburg Ky rJitPhi 7117 ea RATES S W VKT r The most centratlu located Hotel In tfla city 1 10HNS0N MANACCR 55 VF- - JOUISYILLE W II Nelson who is in the drug bus Â¬ iness nt Klngville Mo has so much con- Â¬ fidence in Chamberlains Colic Cholera nnd Dinrrluea Remedy that ho warrants every bottle nnd offers to refund tho money to nny customer who is not satis Â¬ fied after using it Mr Nelson takes no risk in doing this because tho Remedy Is a certain euro for the diseases for which it is intended and ho knows it It is for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Board Hnrdins Ky nnd Kincheloo hurg Ky Wlatfcltf Si GARFIELD A heavy rain fell at this placo Sunday Miss Jacie Brown teaches the Pleasant Grovo Bchool this fall James Nicholds wenis a smiling countenance these days its n girl All invalids of this place go to tho s Tar Springs for their health A A Richardson goes onco a week to Ho is quite a business the Tar Springs rami Misses Annio and Kntio Board spent tho 4th at Ekron and went from there to Of Louisville has lilted up C D Big Spring to visit relatives Garflold seems deserted now as most Ryans old place with entirely of tho people have gono to the Tar now furniture Try him and ho Springs to spend the summer convinced of his workmanship The Sunday School at Pleasant Grove Come one como all It Is a success seems as if tho people are alive in this work Mr nnd Mrs Thomas McCoy of Bevv loyville passed through this place Sun- Â¬ day on their way to Mr ANortons Â¬ Shave Hair Gut or Shampoo You Want novv-n-day- Jacob Bald e Mrs jucuoy a parents CENTS Mr Will Skillmau has Genilkmes A Book had sore eyes for years Ho has tried many doctors and remedies aud has always failed to get relief until wo sold him n tubo of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve which cured him insido of ouo Dr Bolls Pino Tar Honey sells week well aud cures Respectfully It is a book for everybody who de Â¬ Co M Mkyer sires to know the facts about fiance Bunts Ky and currency January 15 1S93 Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salvo has done a great deal more for mo than can bo IF YOU WANT TO KNOW W II Skillman told by pen All About Gold Bubas Ky Remarkable COINS Financial School Youve No Idea How nicely Hoods Sarsnparilla hits the needs ot the peoplo who fool nil tired out or run down from any cause It seems to oil up tho wholo mechanism of tho body so that all moves smoothly and work becomes delight If you aro weak tired and nervous Hoods Sarsaparllla is just what you need Try It IF YOU WANT TO KNOW KEA3D XT Silver Currency XVEUiXD H It Hot All About IF YOU TEUlD WANT TO KNOW All About XT XT We all Summer Is not over yet agreo to that but let us como to tho same conclusion thnt IF YOU WANT TO KNOW Hoods Pills cure liver Ills constipation biliousness jaundicosick liendacho Indigestion What Causes the Hard Times Â¬ Geo Yeakel XjXQA1D XT Go It give is n book for the peoplo and them more correct w ill information DERBY Mr IND spent Gilesple of Concordia Thursday aud Friday In town Mr John Obrecht of Tell City was hero last Wednesday on business Miss Luln Hargls spent Friday and Saturday with Miss Bertha Crist Mr Claudo Mitchell spent ashorttime nt Stephensport Saturday on business Mr Harvey of Leavenworth was registered at Mitchells Hotel Satutday Messrs James Hargls and J W Dyer of Cannelton rpeut a few hours lu town Friday Miss Molllo Richardson of Dexter was the guest ot Miss Jessie Li mo last Is the right House to buy your goods at all times Extremely low prices havo been made on all seasonable about Summer Goods Â¬ Gold Silver a Currency ftmuy sours With n view to clear them out on mat- Â¬ ter what the loss will bo your gain 10 pieces Scotch Lawn worth 8J sweep ing out prico only 5c tho yard the professional man the farmer 20 doz Initial Handkerchiefs worth nnd the laboring man It was writ10c clear out at 5c ten in tho interest of each of them j GO pieces Tourist cloth a good wash Whether Republican Democrat fabric worth anywhere 8c to movo thorn or Populist evory man who votes wo only ask you 5c the yard Bhould read it j One lot of Black Silk Mitts tho kind week II K bUim TO CALL Oil Miss Eya Goflinet It ft Friday for Lou- you always pay 40 and GOo for at 25c In SEND FOIl IT IT Will lsvillo whero she will remain during the this salu COST YOU IOSTIAIU summer 10 pieces Taffulta Moire a beautiful Charles Logsdon and Cleo Fleming drew goods will make up as handsomo spont Saturday and Sunday at Dexter in as a silk reduced to 15 per yard asocial way i 10 doz Aontt Ties beafttlful patterns Mr ami Mrs Wilt Mitchell and Mr nil silk at ouly 25c you generally pay Jno D Babbage nnd Mrs J S Kullums spent Saturday 60o GLOVERF OUT KYM and Sunday at the famous White Sul Â¬ Ono lot of Whltu Goods iu plain checks phur WtlL and stripes at 5 7 8 and 10c PENNYROYAL WAFERS Four Big Successes Our customors wHI not suffer on ac- Â¬ A ipocifla monthly mMlcInaf fUdl u inenew eO rMturtf WM rafuia1 Having tho needed merit to more thau count of tho rlso inSHOES Wo are MinlMt Di odueliur frae btmlttar uul Mu evebel or twin on ks HlMhtriz make good all tho advertising claimed prepaedas wo bought our goods early prutca flow umu nj ott JuCM ad W UQ04UM4 Jm toreviti ulUuMknla for them tho following four remedies and can make you closer prices than any tfem orffMi Buy - i your russlat r r i nun kcrvw poly t no who our havo reached a phenomenal sale Dr one else feUMOflbel Avoid uUilluW fcM partloukn mail to Kings New Discovery for consumption ITllrau rwtfWfr All over broken lots of CLOTHING in brawi ikriHii Coughs and Coldsoach bottle guaranteed Mens aud Boys go iu this sale at about For sale by CHAS C MARTIN Electric Bittors tho great remedy for ono half tho former price rrtotloaDrslti LtverrStomach and Kidneys Bucklens CLOVKKPOHTKY We base just received an invoice of a Arnica Salve the best in tho world aud clean dry Llfo Pills which aro a nice Brown Sugar a nice Dr Kings New dollar silver or gold perfect pill All these remedies art sugar 29 lbs for a do Jiwt what i claimed or guaranteed to We solicit your trade Do you want window shads We them and the dealer whose name la at have some that are slightly tolled They will lw glad to tell yot toched herewith The fruf lawk Slsre are moqnUd pa spring rotton Th more of them Sold at A R Vialiers closing them bst linen clothV we are pirlr Drug store out for 60 and 75 cents a terme ly CO GEO YEAKEL went fiow WWf 100 FeUaMn for opportunity m WcmIvh Now U IRAKOENIUM KY 4r J D Bam ok Â¬ Than will bo found in any book oh political economy It is so plain and simple that any oue can easily understand it It is a book for the business inn Only 25 Cents Window Shade Children Cry Pitohtr Catiia yr i TtAiMSFT frrm Breckenridge vba yrW vf THR v i- - MHMMHHHMaMMHSM BRKOKESLNRI3DQEI a fWa MNaWMMaMaMVianaMiMaMMMaBaMaaavaMaBHMBBHtBaMaMMSBMHMtMHa a I H a NRWS OKOVJaFORT KY SSeMieaaWWMasaMaaeesaSeMaafcMaMBeWasaaaaSaaaaasaMaasa James and Judgo C 0 Falrletgh was the first clerk ot tho Circuit and County L H W TIME TABLE Preston Grlnnoll is at home for a vaca- Â¬ Court and ono of the most accomplished Jao 0 k Ti Q Bnbgage Editor ui PrprUtri clerks In the state and so on all of inter- Â¬ tion of several weeks OOtMO WHT est and especially so to his children and 10 1805 Â¬ Miss Mary Pusoy is expected homo to WEDNESDAY JULY Passenger Daily arr IUrdlnibarglJill pm day from a visit lo Loulsvlllo and New grand children eoiKO I18T Babiorlptlon Frio 1100 a Year la Advance Albany Passenger Dally arr Hardlnsbnrg 7i40 am OLD CHATTER BOX If PUl lit tlii Eid of tin Ysar 1125 Mr Ewlng of Bath county fiiond and cchoolmato of ltobt Matin Is with him Mr Vic Bowriier Cloverport was hero ANNOUNCEMENT Most cortalnly tho greatest discovery for a visit authorlted to innnnnce the HON the Ith lirKare CHAItlKS IlIANFOltD as candidate We celebrate the Fonrth hero in our of tho ago was that ot attraction of grav- Â¬ Misa Nannie Footo was visiting her lor me legislature aunicci to me action oi inc llreckenridge County Itcpubllcan Convention accustouud manner depopulated tho itation by Sir Isaac Newton This is lost week July 15th ono of the most necessary laws of nature town for more patriotic spots Miss Halllo Beelcr Kirk was visiting yet it has caused moro disappointments David Duncan spent tho National hoi- hero last week and disasters than all others put togeth- Â¬ day with his mother at Cloverport Mrs Mary Haiti of Cloverport is visit- Â¬ er Many lives aro lost by falling houses Miss Lena Drury and Blanche Jolly and trees and by sinking vessels ing here this week on the DEMOCRATIC TICKET of Bowleyvlllp have had a most enjoy Â¬ water And Aeronauts frequently lose Rov Jesso Eskrldge Vine Grove Ky able stay with Mrs John Frakes and are their lives by falling all caused by tho l or Governor was visiting hero lost week off for homo IWHAUDIN OK MliltCUIt attraction of gravitation I remember Mr Roscoo Severs of Henderson Ky Miss Zelma Strother protracted her when I wasa boy I thought that Sir For Ileut Governor was hero a few days last week visit and returned with her biother Dr Isaac Newton invented gravitation in Â¬ nTTVIKIt OH HICKMAN Mr Estcll Sutton of Louisville was Will Sunday Zelma is a favorito here stead of discovering it When I attempt Â¬ For Auditor visiting his parents here last week as sho is elsewhere BOONE UCNOltMANOF ed to climb a steep hill I thought what a Miss Jakle Owen Glcndeane was here Dr John Shacklett has a pleasant uaru neariou leiiow air flowton was For Treaiurer last week visiting Miss Eva Hcston It C FOUD OF CLAY cozy home of his own in Ekron which And would consider it not a very great Prof Shacklctt went to Meade county his excellent wife knows how to keep discovery or invention as I thought it For Kegtstcr was after all when I would linger under last week in the interest of his school and dispense hospitality 0 II SWANGO OF WOLFE an apple tree waiting for a good apple to Alf Taylor and wife and Miss Sal Mr I was glad to havo a howdy from For Attorney General lie Taylor wero visiting here last week Vr Ed Shellman at the picnic He and fall could not seo why he did not make WJ IIEVD1UCK OF FLEMING But his nice wifo were my noxt door neigh- Â¬ the attraction a little stronger Mrs R I Fierce of Cloverport was For Secretary ol State bors once and they still hold a nlcho in when I climbed tho tree after that applo here last week the guest of Mrs V Dan Â¬ US HALE AND and my foot slipped and I fell I thought my heart iel Many For Commissioner of Agriculture rain interferrcd with tho Sunday the attraction strong enough Tho Mr B F Beard and his daughterMiss havo spent their lives and died in dis- Â¬ ION II NAIL School Convention at Baptist church Bessie wcro in Loulsvlllo a few days lost Two Beeslons were held however but appointment trying to invent perpetual week For Superintendent of Iubllc Instruction motion which is prevented oy the at- Â¬ Ive had no report and know nothing of traction ot gravitation EUIOKTEK THOMPSON Miss Myrtle Moorman of Big Spring Yet If it was not the proceedings was the guest of Miss Irene Board lost for gravitation the planets of the uni- Â¬ Gene Fontaine has beon at home from verse would not bo compelled to follow Anothek girl baby at tlio Wlilto week school in Missicsipi for a week or two I their orbits House Mrs Dr II U Board leaves to day for and would rush together beg his pardon for lato report and looks Alexis Illinois to visit her daughter The peoplo of this earth would bo thrown truly exlreuio South and it sets grace- Â¬ into space and that would be greater con- Â¬ Reuben Millers newspaper career was Mrs Garrett fully and becomingly abort and sweet fusion of humanity than in a political Miss Willis of Cloverport who has J T Ditto was at the picnic looking convention been the guest of Mrs M II Beard has Hows This The bottom dropped out of wheat at returned home well llko youve seen him when ho fits Wo offer One Hundred Dollars reward Chicago Monday and sells an extra high top or low crown It is said that contentment is wealth Mrs Robert McGuflln accompanied by for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo declares both becoming He was evi- Â¬ If this is so there is very little wealth in cured by Halls Catarrh Cure If Mr ODoherty added nny strength her two children left Mouday for a visit dently at his best from some cause this country for there is very little con- Â¬ CHENEY CO Toledo 0 to the Republican party by his speech on to Vino Grove Ky Will Hamilton has tho district school tentment Like the pendulum that We tho undersigned have known F County Court next Monday Tho tho 4th wo failed to seo it J Cheney for tho last 15 years and be- Â¬ on West Hill Will stood tho best ex- Â¬ swings to and fro and is finally brought Commissioner will make several sales at lieve him perftctly houorable in all amination at Lexington in mathematics to a standstill by tho law of gravitation Statu Treasurer Halo has mailed tne uourl houso door business transactions and financially able out of six hundred and passed credit- Â¬ are the American paople forever swing- Â¬ Sheriff Fate brought in John Rhodes to checks for an amount sufficient to pay He is upright ing from ono extreme to another but carry out any obligations mado by ably in all branches from Glendcano last Friday and lodged all school teachers in tho State must finally come to a stop on a solid moral and deserving their firm him in jail under a capias I will havo a largo class this fall and foundation WkstA Tiiuax Wholesale Druggists A man to make a success of farming Misses Ilulda Shellroan and Mis W Toledo 0 Waldino Kinnan AMaiivin will soon commence a summer class to must take the hoo in his own hands nnd L Basham Stephcnsport were here hist Whohsalo Druggists Toledo We aro always following some fitful givo itspclal attention No deduction 0 as Secretary Morion says mix with it a week visiting jailer Shellraan Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally for lost lessons except in sickness and phantom to Its furtherest retreat Like good deal of manure and brains The Catholic picnic netted about 500 acting directly upon tho blood and when you enter on quarter It must be the pebble thrown into tho middle of a on tlio Ui The funds are to be used mucous surfaces of tho system Testi Â¬ fitiishtd unless unavoidable circumstan- Â¬ lake that creates a wave to be lashed on The physicians of tho county some toward building a new church the furtherest shore Tho pendulum of monials sent free Trlco 75c per bottle ces arise Please bear this in mind thirty in all will be with us next week skill has swung from tho dark There will be Quarterly Meeting at Sold by all Druggists The Missionary Society met last Fri Â¬ human Givo them a hearty welcome and go out Cave Spring church next Saturday and day afternoon Miss Allle Reld crres canoo to the majestic steamer From and hear what they have to say EKRON Sunday Rev S C Allen will preside ponding Secretary read an interesting the reap hook to tho self binder From letter from Miss Tula Daniel It was de the ono boss shay to tho bicycle Tho Miss Ella Dillion went to Irvington The currency question Is to be elitnl timo will come when we will fall back W J Shacklctt went to Big Springs cided to hold tho meetings the first Fri to meet Miss Maggie Sweeney You may Tuesday to these foracr contrivances and swing nati d saya the Committee Saturday on buainess day in every month at three p m at bIiu the mouths of tho candidates but of Evansvllle who is visiting her this as far the other way John French and Jue Mills went to the Methodist church B tho peoples are wide open for free silver week Rock Haven Sundty Mrs E Dowdy is very low Her sis Â¬ Tho Turnpike Company has paid off But the attraction of gravitation cer- Â¬ J A Barry Cloverport was in town ter Mrs Glover from Texas has been tainly The Hardinsburg Leader has only tho judgment of 500 rendered against has greater influence of tho pen Â¬ with her for two weeks Mrs Glover dulum td fashion than any other them in favor of the widow of James T several days lust et k chfl ged hands three times during tho For FORMERLY DAUGHTERS COLLEGE A B Skillman rnd l of Cloverport had not been here for thirty two years in this respect it surely swings further pas three weeks and now you have to Meadors JSCATij HjOJDSJBTrjElQ JSZHT Mrs Jones from Masonic Homo is also and wcro at tho picnic the 4th Mies Maxle Bandy Miss Daisy Meador pa a Royalty of two cents a week to get foster and is hardest of all to bring Claims to atand aa to the Substantial of Higher Education J E Taylor of Louisville was a with her xlster and tho other members to a stand Think of the changes in the IN THB FRONT RANK OF AMBRIOAN PEHALB OOMHQKB and Miss Clara Morris of Big Spring it of the family have been sent for An Institution for the highest culture ot girls and young ladies only located at one of the loveliest guest of V J Shncklett last week wero here lost week the guesU of Miss style ot dress in our recollection The spots in America each teacher a specialist five degrees every step solidity perhaps the most Mis Lida Haynes enteitained at lun- Â¬ extremes from one pattern to another exended curriculum to be found In any Southern Female College for The glorious Fourth was pretty gener- Â¬ Katio Eskrldge Hon Jus W Rithardton came down lias drawn its atudenta Address cheon lost evening quito a number of A few years ago the broader tho too of froD 20 state ally celebrated throughout tho couuly Farmers wishing their tobacco prized from Louisville to attend the picnic TU SMITH A M PRESIDENT Alumnua of University of Virginia Beautiful flowers tho shoe the bettor It suited the fancy of lost eek and while the gatherings were can call upon Mr Done Cox of this Mc II Richardson nnd wife of Louis- Â¬ bar young friends larf nota serious disturbance of any place who will prize it for them at a ville aro visiting their parents this week wero attach rover The cake was at- Â¬ the fashionable young man now the toe and wonder why God did not make PRESTON tractive in dainties and flowers surround- Â¬ is so narrow as to cause tho small boy to kin is reported satisfactory price everybody that way Then perchance Mrs Mattiu Roberts and two children ed by lovely faces wreathed in happy ask him if ho has only one toe See the in a day or two you meet people who Thero will bo a special session of the are gut sts of Mr and Mrs S M Wrath smiles Music Rev Hartford will preach at Preston and waltzing beguiled the chango in pantaloons from the pipo Jonas Wilson says hos for sound members of tlio are JubI the reverse They may b Fiscal Court to morrow er ll eting hours mo ey stems to tho elephant legs From the Jnly 21 at 4 p m Charloy Manford says he to look after the interest of pleasant for a while but they are only the public Prof D S Roberts jr nnd wife wtro Mr Claude Brashear of Union Star long curly hair to the close shingle heli 3d to mako tho Republican platform roads in the county Tho Kentucky Gas and Heating Com biding time to Btab a sensative heart eniplojed Tuesday to teach the school at pany havo bought the Stuart Young at t e lato Republican convention Too And the swing in the styles of dress of wu8 here last week Salt with their cruel innuendoes These Charley Fisher was hero Monday from this place indi Qnate gentlemen Works and aro taking up the pipe lino the women from one extreme to another Rev J D Richardson will discourse peoplo have no friend who is sacred to Rock Vale He gathered nearly one Georgo Robeite of Garnettsville was connecting with Soda Ash which implies Is even greater and more rapid Observe here July 28 at 10 a m them nor exempt from the poisonous Things are coining to a pretty pass in hundred pounds of honey the other day visiting his parentH Mr and Mrs Tom that as has been circulated the plant tlio swing from tho broad hat that al Mr 3Idrdecai Dugan near Branden shafts of their long and cruel tongues from two stands of bees Robert last week thir reat Democratic State of Kentucky has closed permanently It seems strange most bankrupted all theater managers to ting has been visiting friends here They wll talk about their best friends Mr and Mrs Ken Wathen Mr and wlit a a man hasnt the right to express Miss Lizzio Miller ot Hardinsburg that business men and capitalists should the diminutive a flair so small as to re- Â¬ Mr Raymond Thornsberry of Sandy friends who have time and again proved his views on the questions of tho day Mrs Piggott and Miss Piggott of Irving- Â¬ catno up last Friday to visit Miss Rena have Invested such an amount of cash to quire the aid of the opera gloss to see it was here last week buying up their friendship In tones pf bitterest ton were here lost week and spent the Shacklctt and other relatives for some result in a failure From the lofty psycho to the gentle Hill save and except it suits tho bosses calumny spite and envy When you Bhaep Mi with Mrs G 1 Jolly time Remem- Â¬ D W Lewis came In from Ekron in coll on the back of the neck leave these people and strain breathe Llttlo Miss Kittle McGlothlan of Irv Â¬ Banker Morris Beard and wife nre Womans got things all her own way twenty minutes on Ids wheol Mrs Birdie Wall of Stephcnsport the pure air you have the consciousness Chas ber the expansive hoop skirt and the ington has returned homo after a pleasant no It used to bo that she only wore contemplating a two weeks visit to Vir Â¬ and Miss Bessie Tucker are visiting tho Moreman Jr has a new Cleveland on pull hack The French heel that caused that as soon as your back is turned you vielt to relatives here tho pants now she wears the shirt coat ginia early in the month of August formers parent which he went to Louisville on the 4th them to walk on their toes to the spring M Mr and Mrs are being raked over the coals and then Mrs S W Bassett and Mrs Eva Bra you wonder why and all Rut thcros one peculiarity They go to visit Mrs Beards sister yla Corydon in five hours and was back heel that compells them to walk as na- Â¬ Brown God made such people about pants worn by a woman they Note the shear visited Mis Martin McGlothlan at all Itiato bo hoped that He will Mr James Noblctt was here lost Sat- Â¬ homo by supper mode of locomo-Â¬ ture intended them to walk The W B Dowel went to Louisville Mon Â¬ wont bag at the knees urday from Cavo Spring Ho is for fieo day and purchased a new threshing ma Â¬ tion seems td exirt a fascination over its change from tlio decolete to the choker near Irvington last Wednesday show them the error of their way and Miss Blanche Frymire and Mr Hubert give them time for repentance as I silver and thinks a majority of the chine He will have It shipped to Ek followers till the head of the nation is and from the street sweeping trail to tho skirt so short as to bring to light the deli- Â¬ Bruner spent a few days at phenault shudder to think what the punishment Smith Waggoner thinks ho is in tho farmers in tho county are that way ron and begin threshing near town after persuaded to try it race for tho Legislature If in tho range Well do all husbands tho guests of Mr and Mrs Thoa Broady of such peoplo will be should they die Miss Forest Moorman Cloverport and the 4th Dr Ed Pulmers death In Loulsvlllo cate Trilbys of possibilities Smith should happen to Misseo Mary McMeador remember the time when their wives last week was certainly extremely sad The funeral of Mr Thomas Brashear unforglvon May God help up all to be Maud Doian Uncle John Lewis who has been would call them In to assist in extracting who step In Breckonridgo county will have nnd Mr Gabo and Johnny Meador Big died Juno 18 will be preached at better men and women and teach us to hick for several weeks died June 29th He was a school mate of my husbands an honest representative Smith will Spring weio visiting relatives here lost and well known to mn His wife I know their dresses on account of tho close fit Paynesville on Sunday July 28 Friends cultivate the maxim If yon cannot at tho residence of his R A ot the sleeves Now the pneumatic of the family invited to attend let you know just where lie stands on week speak good of any one let silence be Eusar and was buried at Garnettsvllle well and saw her graduate brilliantly and sleeves or every question balloons force them to enter your answer with great honor How my heart goes Leo Meyer has newly papered his ex Monday Ho leaves several children I saw such a lovely dress recentlytbat out to her in the sudden separation from tho door edgeways and tho young man is I want to tell tho young lady readers of press ollico at tho livery stable and and many friencs to mourn for him STSAYSD A numuek of tho Seventh day Advon obliged to get In front of his girl to re- Â¬ I Dr Palmer has Prof D S Roberts will begin his her talented husband A mule from ray place near GariUId luaejo tieta have been convicted In Tennes Â¬ otherwise added to Its general appear- ceive her smiles And so it is with all the Nkws about it It was yellow dotted Traced aa far as Cloverport fVen here and is known socially and Light bay horse see for violating the Sabbath Wo havo anco Mr Meyer is somewhat of a school here tho first Monday in August professionally by many occupations and professions among the swls8 trimmed with black velvet ribbon mule two while marks around his left hind leg hustler Prof Roberts is a thorough scholar and a Tho bat worn with Ibis ravishing cos-Â¬ above the hock 16 hands high but one Sunday law in this country and American peoplo Tho minister ot tho P II SMITH Mr John Heston of Holt Ky passed competent teacher and we feel sure will I met so many of my dear old friends Gospel who once preached two hours tume was a fine yellow open straw tho only complaint wo have to make is FOR SALS why other peoplo besides tho Advent through here lost Wednesday on his way teach us one of the best schools we have and former pupils at the Ekron picnic Is now expected to stop In thirty min- Â¬ trimmed with black velvet and black Tho patrons are all well It is wonderful how many homes this utes The music In the church that won ostrich tips The girl would have looked Poland China Pltft and Shropshire Sheep The iste should not bo inndo to observe it to McDaniels where he goes to continue ever had undersigned has on hand thirty thoroughbred tho merchautilo business His fiicnds pleased paper enters Mrs Clara Hunt Swan in olden times made by the good old I pretty in a plain calico but injhis beau more rigidly pigs ready to fill orders and si thoroughbred end hopo he may have success at his new said I read tlio News no matter how brothers Is now confined to soloist ac- Â¬ tiful dress she was Incomparable sheen three bucks Cots ihrc Tho crowd at tho picnic here on tho l s a a W stock also ten ewcsaU nice young stock busy I may be It is said that Democratic speakers in point Clara was a sweet companied by a violin Tho architect Is Yollow organdie or chiffon would pf If you want pigs or sheen of good forusand 4th was estimated at 1600 Everything first class at reasonable prices Call ea or wrHe largo numbers arc offering their services Misses Ada and Neda Beard gavo a went off quietly overybody seemed to good girl and I am glad to know her hus Â¬ continually bringing forth now and ex- Â¬ course be still moro lovely than the o K II LOVK Milan Ky to the party to go into the campaign in party to a number of their young Swiss if one wanted something extra fine band and that she chose wisely aud well treme designs enjoy themselves Tho proprietors friends Tho lino will come this State If argument Is to help us one evening last week Thero was a MessrsArcher BO Y6U WAWT TO STflP TtlAMI Brown left nothing un- Â¬ Essie Ritchio Foushee Nannie Julia when tho pendulum will swing back and In material they should bo sent out It Is a notice very largo crowd present and tho young- done that would add to tho enjoyment were all at my recitals they told mo and vibrate as far In the opposite direction So the teachers of Breckenridge coun- Â¬ YsMOan Be Care While Vela II able fact in this county especially that sters spent a delightful time Ico cream of their friends and everyono left sing Â¬ wero taken back to the days In Garrett But as we grow older the vibrations of ty have to hie themselves off to Har The habit of using tebaeao grows ea a ataa tbero are about two Republican public and cako wero served ing their praise and with a wish that ere when they wero my pupils and with me the pendulum ot naturo like that of art dinsburg on the 22d to the Institute until grate diseased asedltlosg are sfoaaeed speakers to one Democrat At every Mr Jeff Hook and Mies Magglo Miller long they may have an opportunity to in musicalcs and recitals They aro all must become shorter and shorter till You see Jt is havo to not can if you Tobacoo muim enc of the asonta d eat public gathering a Republican can easily oh of raarriru unu nappy winie 1 am Just ts finally we aro drawn to mother earth wero marriod last week at the brides visit our beautiful little town again want to and this is why it Is so dreadful Uoni dyspepsia loss Utahsmbwjj bmtow fee congestion o retina sad waetflg ef bo bad to say something for his party unhappy to most of them BuJkliajes no use In the optlo nerve realUag Ifjawakawat of residence Rev S K Breeding officiating whilo tho Democrat stays back in tho NOTICE Tltlea even to the ex teat of bsdneee 1 dfssl My kind friend and very best of men malting a faaa about H JEst open your Mr Hook is a member of the firm of PLEASANT RIDGE shade and says nothing There is too bms or vertigo tobteeo Mthaui ftlghHy wtV I will bo at Hudsonvllte July 10 and Mr James L Fairloigh has handed me Hook Millor Co of this city and a mouth and swallow the Wtter pIU right oetlsn dall pa la rWfcw of the much of this Every timo a Republican and at Custer July 17 for tho purpose of a number of Meado county Mirrors of promising young business man Tho down Remember that people havent 4 later by harp pains MtpJWtWW People are very busy harvesting gets up to speak there should bo a Dem Â¬ pulse reealUag InleUI kearf dls 1675 In which are collecting taxes Please be ready weataf Historical sketches News extends congratulations Llttlo Iven Jolly la tick at this writing much confidence in a teacher who tries sue ltalsooaiaeekseof TrUHty ocrat on hand to answer him Whether of early days In Meade county from the Silas Pate Sheriff to shirk this duty they are to think Tho work of re dlstrlcting tho county Born to the wife of M D Avltt a ho thould accomplish much or not it QUIT KFOR IT IS T0 UTK pen of my honored father Win G Beall that be might probably shirkhls future would show that we still have an organ under tho new road law has been about The sketch of the first County Court flnogirl To qnlt mddsnly Is too MVfrta ahoek la the duties In the school room if he Is negli Â¬ completed Tho rcquisito number of ization yiteao to aa A large crowd attended tho picnic at gent of this So held atthe house of John Rush Buck Women lets cast aside the Idea seaes a u teUe 0that bit larUsMre seer be overseers has boon appointed and now tyajka eeWisMUy tttaaleat Addison the 4th Grove tho farm of the late Wm Ditto Dr Rolls Tine Tar Honey is- - different they can go to work the Institute Is a bore and go this oreves that JJACO CURO Is a The Fiscal Court erallfdl t- tSUIIIHt UNIOII AUSIWIRS Is unique and interesting Mr Currnilllua Cart accompanied lite year with the resolution to interest our- Â¬ nable tegetabla reaedy g A sketch ot from all other cough remedies It cures will meet to morrow lo devise means to rTJaMpJil J1 reetly haraless aad whleh kulsHhaM far selves In the proeeediBag at any cost and tho first Circuit Court is also given I best girl to the picnic the 4th by allaying the Inflammation and giving furnish the overt cers with necessary the tut J tmm having awed thafrunes at am surprised to leant through their tone strength vigor and vitality to the tools habitual teUeeo users aatakeff Mr 8am McAfee was the gueat of bin Im sure we will be beaeitteti sad aaaTdlBMri sketches that Daniel Boone was once a brat girl last Wednesday evening respiratory organs Guaranteed and for Ah I Mrs Brandenbwrjt yei Hatter roe you Van usr Tho speech of Col Matt ODaugherty thm tobaooo youV citizen of Meade when it was Jefferson sale by Short Haynes Cloverport 11 Mm Dutschke who has been Indued Indeed yon do Sack well WANT WHILS TAKIN9 lUCO aUkOfet at tho Catholic picnic on tho 4th did not county He built a camp and cultivated Di It II McMullin McDaniels IT WILL VOTIVY YOU WHXN TO ttOFIr- M meant eneealuraa aro not for undeserv Â¬ veiy sick we aro glad o say la better ACTS AS A SPECIFIC WRfllVK A WWTTJtN aUAKAKTMuT a piece of ground on II W Clatksoas Meyer Co Buras j A Taylor Rosetta please everybody It being the cele- Â¬ Miss Cora Casliman Is vWting her ing rae so I gather then up and pkee Braaaeir Mreaay aaa with sbtee beiee bration of Independence Day Mr 0 Afouilng lo HflalllijMon all fw Orgeat farm Big Spring Gen Ben Shacklett W K Drown Irvington Ky A A them oa your owa brow where I sure r refsad tbe aseoey with 1 Mr eatUIret ODangherty might with proprletyhavo BAOO 0UR0 Is a4 a naissssass htTS and his brothers John Jesse and Blast frbnd MUwSftllle Henry of Irvington Rlclardson Garflold Ky A R Morris It iuiikom health to bloom nnd they aro mere fitting By the way why ratMeta said more about the history of the rev- Â¬ Mr Ferd Hodges who has nM aetewa wale eseaeal assist Is it bat everybody were among the first settlers In the cen Â¬ Big SprlngKy W 0 Moorman Glen Hoy toruigu throughout the frame cant say nlee tblnge deatiefiebeaMTlagsW tabaeaa wMbeet olution and less about the tariff and tho ter of the county In 1708 and 1800 Gen lug Will Robertson returned to his and everybody be pleasant 7 Yen meet a4d m win Mry sm w4b pa IniiniTsajaaan deane Ky I Sherron Bros Co Kirk Republican party It Never Palls to Regulate a aapara aa rrat anas Ben was our first sheriff nnd was a man home Saturday Ky Horace Scott Hardinsburg Ky some people and yor heart ineUtietivetjr ItrMTsstbe Mr Jonas Wilson and tho Hon Ghas Mr wife hits keen under treatment of lsd- of great public spirit The Wimps and Mr Frank Amson of Drby Ind was goes out towinls then bsoatm of the aUaetea u Mm da ya tetiryear s In niivltiioia lurw war wlilitiulleutiiu on ut UIIAIKI8fltO of Misaas Coraaad Leila Cash purity and IntslHgenae of Asbcrafta followed ald by a dwaaliU at MM a- bos John Wimp the the The Tests Blanford wero heregroundthe 4th TheyÂ¬ Airiiimi iliimi their ooaver aael -were both moving quietly prob b44 IsWvv wan last weak grand father of our fellow cUImb Mr It WWIlltftlUIIIH n ml satloa aeeowpaaWd by a manner whtok Owe HM dart treatat attar saaaalaaat showed ao baking powder n Hiii AndtviutvfvoiiJiia teat sMteet tsea atfttaa ably beeatue they had to m Mr ODaugh YVlfup Uved to be Hnvty4ht and dhd M fates Caw atoll HHlUtlrXU UjUIILITOK CO itlaala Cash wan spai they MieHais peeoe and goo4 will jlaed U ttta teai ftaaaa fcr mm lain so great la leev erty hid the floor and wouldnt let hem 9 pare beabta aad Mat sW SaMbydrwwMaat llWpfWMU In lH ThFtt U aood dal of latere sUrtfca SSattall Baumlay and Bu4ay with Uialr aiatar w an wen roti leei leireawM and en Oaaaaaajr alag pewtr as tat Royal eatostwia MaaatWawtH speak The Convention meets next about him Wu ftf ftvigfe fatbor of Mr j Alias uofuaiia- caunnuja- - nur nil nobled from contact wtUt tjeb people sOsubm Wo V WisTnita I News HARDINSBURG SIX PAGES Monday when it will be finally Ottr mined which of tho two gentlemen will carry tho Republican banner lo defeat next November From tho number of visitors here last week ono would havo supposed Har-Â¬ dinsburg to bo n good summer resort But then its nil right to havo your friends anyhow so long as your later patch holds out and you can stand your butchers bill off until wo get free coin ago of silver Tho Indications aro that the Sunday School Convention on tho 25th will bo largely attended There will be a free lunch free speaking free singing and a free for all timo to those who come with an avowed purpose to enlist in the Sun- Â¬ day School Convention to do something to strengthen tho cause of tho Lord Mr Matthias Miller returned from Owensboro Monday Ho says tho farms in Daviess havo suffered for rain and as a consequenco tho tobacco setting has been light Mr Millers Mr J E Monarch Is building a now business house in Owensboro which he will occupy in about n month Mr Mon- Â¬ arch will handle farming implements and hardware Miss Irene Board gave a party lost Saturday evening in honor of her guest Miss Myrtlo Moorman Thoso present wero Misses Maggin Baker Lucy May Ellu Hook Lottie ShcimnnSallle Beard Addio Eskrldge lara Eskrldge Mary ftcMeador Maud Doran Ada Beard Neda Beard Annie DeJerncttc Forrest Moorman Jcncy Heston Rosa Ditto Millie Breeding Ora Eskrldge Ava Board Alllo Witt Eva Hensley Lucy Meador Master Taylor Babbage and John Meador son-in-laÂ¬ BRANDENBURG Glassware I im Queensware Crockery Never such Varieties Quantities Qualities Shown in this Section FJ The late Tariff laws have very perceptibly affected Queens ware and you will find this illustrated in our low prices V VEST Y2 BEAUMONT COLLEGE - l Â¬ son-in-la- Â¬ Â¬ rce bt at Thousands ot - 1 BRADFIELDS REGULATOR PEALE all 5 bn ee X Worlds Fair tii gat - r -- 11 KXK3 fegEKtfftlf - w r 4 S3ffTTwPH5l MWWPWPHWWWSIS jf wif5pw 49ffuFr7t iqrTWp -v 75T J THK BREiQlfJNmjJaR HJElS OLOYRRPORT KY WHEN fc- - - I - WAS A BOY ta ail Wilitsa on earth were for pleanuro And mirth mA mora I awoko to new ioy I laved all Ood gave AM bad nothing to crave t Oatee -- m t1 oraio That money ha mado In 1117 brain DoTedthe thlnapura That will always enduro And eared not for losses or said The song et tho heos j Of toe bird In tho trees 0f the brook hat murmured In jtoe All entered my heart And wore there made a part Of tho anthems that life aang to me Sj1 measure of time 1 us now In ray prime Kith eares of lifes hurry and strife And I know that the joy That I felt when a boy Will novor more enter my Ufa 1 tteayewhonIwnsaboy IMvla those sweet day f I blew naught of the fi t ittnuer with tli6 Wlicatloys ho rodo slowly liomoward through tho gathoring darkness Ho had boon in Now Mexico fcthrpo years litnv mid sho was tlio only civillaed being as ho told himself tlmt hebal talked with in all that timo Sho Vrnu foully delightful ho decided Woro it not for her vivacity sho would bo macirUko Bah said Bcndixon so Viciously that Dick gave a little jmnp I wish slto tbacnanning tontiertoot rurfmertaJtirJg A rush Of norso s hoots a wnutfing sinuous something that clasped them both and a frightened frnntio pony with a frenzied rider daubed across tho valloy and up n rocky canyon dragging nt tho end of n larint n squirming scroun ing mass Whoso cries woro soon stilled Let cm go I said old man Wheatley who rodo ovoto camp noxt morning to seo if ho conld get any traco of Clio sup Â¬ posed fugitives Good riddance I says when wo finds hor uoto this mornin but whyn thunder jlldut thoy tako no bag gagonn whyd they go afoot I wouldnt a kecred fr a couplo o bosses saw to my dtiinay that tho entire gablo cud of ouo of tho cottage had fulh bodily out of coursooxposingtho room both up stairs aud down stairs My fir t thought was naturally for tho safety of tho family a young agricultural labor- Â¬ er and his wife But thero wcro my friends just returning from nn errand aud tills was tho conversation which fol1 Â¬ Not Disturbed ly Trinea I was wnlkuig up tho village when I send Mand the ElmlMpon are Vtsl llldra 1VII Tallow lleasa Sda Potatoes Hay Ortht or n V mir hare to yhlp Information cheerfally farnlahrd Quotations mailed rrqneat and liberal adrancea made on the largest conalgnraents by resularly to Ihons wlw lst ow Bmt When rl and tggn and lo Whom you Toor larKa rccclrcrs of poultry and ee irs and hare an established tralV ind chance tu make monev for alt our shipper Werecelroandsell lluliVr PROFIT IN POULTRY j chickens HERNDON CARTER r 313 010 017 AOIO MUHRELLCOUnT LOUISVILLE COn KY When timo bids mo go From tho world hero below To the land of eternitys joys 1 hope Ood above Will make luo la his Infinite lore Jut one of hU boys Buffalo Express - A DIVOECE SUIT For tho last year ho had given less thought td her that proud stately girl who had ruined his lifo that crcuturo with tho Madonna faco and tho deep serious eyes thqt gazed steadily into his and protected passiouato dovotion whilo Uicir owncrls lips lied straightforwardly and solemnly doolared her love for him That was beforo Js fathers failuro and tlio loss of most of his fortune Then IJahl D nhorl said herself ex ilod victim as ho dng a spur into poor Dick and turaod tho unwilling littlo beast off tho homo trail and on to tho 0110 that lod to tho littlo mining camp threo miles away Well forget hor Dick ho added gently feeling a pang of romorso for hurting his pot werent lowed O cottngo Bwbathai happened to your sir pen Its Hoods itis Good Makes Pure Blood Scrofula Thoroughly Eradicated 0 1 ef our little Mays 1 Ickneti and her return to health by the use of Hoods Sarstparllla She was taken down n Ith It Co Lowell Mass Hood Is with pleasure that I giro you the details Fovor and a Bad Cough Littlo Dick stopped abort oxocntoil n Ho outorod tlio camp saloon quietly sort of plgcou wing snorted humped mcroly nodding to two or threo minors kli bock a littlo m though nbout to and a couplo of his own cowboys who gottinnbltpnbllcliko was not nt l Werent you frightened hci men withstood Biui pniung ncr- v- spoko tohiin FrccLBcndixon tho southaÂ¬ sociablo chap according to owly and Load high in air niul western accoptanco Oh no sir You sco wod boon ex t of tho term until ho w- poctiuwf it hts lawny oars cocked forward indicnt- - had had a few drinks and forgot what came worse ftud all treatment failed to Eire her ed danger as plainly as a woll train- But what aro you going to do I brought him whoro he Every big old ne began to Oh Mr will send some bricks Py ed bird dog Bhowa tho near prosenco cf had of tho Throe Lino was men relief untilhad Liken oue use Hoods Barsaparllla black or person rich littlepoor or young After she hali bottle we could see Ouo outfits white who has and holl bo built up again iu a day or or cgiitlnued until she game iu tho covert she j was talking to tho bartender and Boston ttiat tokenwas better Wo Mow she looks Ilka over used Dr Bells Pinq Tar Honey pro threo bottles two gr A sharp tlirlll shot throngli Bostons listenod to him carelessly at first but bad The Bloom of Health frame as for rt fleeting socond ho thought presently with iutorcst But you10 suroly not going to stay noutico it tho best cough and lung rem Â¬ and Is fat as a pic We feel grateful and cannot edy on earth Indians But very brief reflection Its true too so 0 guar- Â¬ horo touiglit say too much In favor of lloor MHrsaparlUa Seen that tondalifoot heifer tlits Oh yes sir from tho woman Bill told him that under present clrcum- - stayin ovah t Whoatloys Mas A M Adams lumaii Tennessee antee Forsalo by Short A HayncsClov Dan stances tho rods having been very ro- - an say boy shes a sho tday L Bays ho dont want to move I could go rampageous Hoods Pills 11act easily yet promptly and orportjDr It II McMullin McDaniels - etoHtly tliroshod and sent back to thoir M Meyer fe Co Buras j A Taylor Ito down to my fathors but I may just as beaut sho is I was ridin through Wind sfllclwjtly on the er and bowels 23o well sloop along witli Bill reservation as children spanked and pent canyouan jes oomiu out iutuh th val Â¬ setta Ky WEBrown Irvington Ky And so they did A friendly neighbor to bed was impossible yet he pnlled ley wcu nil of a suddlut I meets up A A Richardson Garfield Ky A R nailed up a sailcloth to nuiko their rooms his Winchester from its scabbard with With or an hor afoot Sho says Good youre guyiug mo Asd unas6istea sho Â¬ Morris Big Spring Ky W 0 Moora littlo leys publicliko and to afford bobjo celerity and his oico was list tuomin sirl by gad an smiled sweet mounted her horso and was off up the finite clear as he asked s of I was th Dook o Bilgowater an I canyon beforo her companion could pro Â¬ man GlendeaneKy j P Shenon Bros somo protection from tho weather and What is it Dick Co Kirk Ky Horace Scolt Ilar thero they staid ono moro night at loast test was jhat rattlod I most f rgot I had in Tlio caynso snorted again and trem- Â¬ after which somo of us succeeded iu in In n moment ho was after ior Sim dinsburg Ky on an cd hadly say Mornin I an hat duciug thorn to movo until tlio wall of bled slightly and then his rider saw Bay my heart boat fast saw him coming as sho glanced behind fr a hour thoir homo was rebuilt Loudon Specwhat alarmed him A big black licnr IT ANNOYED HIM Who is sho Bote asked tho bar her bnt sho only laughed merrily and tator was jnst coming from behind a sharp boy with languid iutorost urged hor horso tho faster But littlo Caio lrom tint Yrtt nud Was Pax Dick had other accomplishments besides ly - turn in the canyon at a pluco known as OouBiu r soinothin o Mis Whoat Leseml of the 1aniy somo CO yards from loy Como out yoro tld Tlmt Xrir Vorler Knew It tho Elbow git a do vorco docility nud intolligcnca Ho could run fr t A pretty fablo about tho pansy is cur Â¬ whoro Dick had halted His cout was n trifle two long and his Ho was not and ho ran now so tiiat presontly ho cr olo man Whoatloy tolo Pol sach a very big boar comparatively frm trousers 1111 inch too wido nt tho kueo to rent among French nud German chil- Â¬ was alongsido Mrs Harlans mount Hynos an Pol tolo me Guoss Mis dren Tho flowor hns flvo petals nud llvo speaking but there aro circumstances Whpatloy d ruin Como I cried Brndixou hoarsely be strictly and exactly fisliionablu bnt faco of sho sopnls In mobt pansiea especinlly of under which oven n small boar assumes kiinwod ho piped itWheats Thero is no timo Tuin your horso asido from these nice diK rimiimtious tho earlier uud less highly devoloncd alarming proportions and this one ap So this fresh faced girl hardly moro Mrs Harlan seeing tlio look iu his oyes ho was drebsod according to tlio dictatos variotics two of tho petals aro plain iu pearing traddonly as ho did seemed about than 20 had had hor sorrows too I From tried to obey bnt her horso had his color and threo aro gay Tlio two plain as big as an ox Ho was about as much that moment Fred Bcndixon folt drawn head nud she could uot stop him Sho of tho fashion autocrats Wo took thoL together at Park petals havo a singlo sepal two of tho surprised howovor as Boston was so to her Slto was braver than ho ho ro turned a whito scared fuco towad gray potnls havo n sepal each and tho il much so that in his astonishment ho for fleeted for sho concealed her griefs un Bcndixon and lio nudging Dick it bit place nud I noticed n puzzled expres third which is tlio largest of all has sion half amusement half annoyance got all discretion uud roaring up on his der tho cloak of woll assumed choorfnl olosor to tho gray reached out his arm ft hindfeot ambled toward tho horseman ncss while ho woll every one know grasped tho slight form firmly then on his face At Thirty third street ho two seals Tho fablo is that tho pansy represents surrendered his cat to nu oldorly worn- with tho obvious intention of hugging that as 0110 citizen phrased it Boeton Back Dicky bnckl nud Dick him wheeling like llabUilng run nil a su and stood iu U10 awle 111 front of a fnaiily consUtinjr of husband and i had a shouough klckcoH it iwrnh im ef ttv ut Boston was a bit rattled ho was wife r fear I cat fk was cvtaWal for ho doos lo goof it likoly sttfe kciftr dono glte an W his tWtMe kwri 4 ttspchndMa of the wife Tho anxious to tell some sue of tne subjects ter b had novcr boforo enoountored a bear kicked him tho canyon down ou his mind to I was not surpribcd plain petals aro tho stepchildren with alone but his norvo did not desert him How silly wo aro I ejaculated Mrs Bcndixon called upon his ow ac ho said quaintancp tho noxt day Steady Dicky boy steadyl Harlau as they reached tho top of ono of when lio caught my oyo mid opened tlio ouly ono chair tho two small gay pet- Â¬ and thoy lmd als nro tho daughters with a chair each gently as ho sprang from tho saddlo and convorsatiou long rido togothor on tho Silver City tho hills back near tho canyons mouth Just now ho said as I was hur Â¬ and tho largo gay petal is tho wifo with jSsi rested his rifle across its pommol In a a and Bondiron roloased her I think trail Boston showing her tlio points of rying to tho station u man caught hoi I two chairs trioe ho had bruiu covered whoro ho interest that is whoro this or that per- Â¬ yourotryling tofrighton ma Really To find tho father ouo must strinaway Ho was a Wanted him just under the loft shoul- - son had been Hush I said hor companion solemn- Â¬ of my arm and htoppcdic murdered by Indians or tho petals until tho stamens and pistils respcctublo looking follow well clothed Do you henr that der and then ho began pumping load ly Mexicans or whoro Jones or Smith had and wore a grayish beard pirtcd in tlio aro bare Thoy havo n fauciful rcsom Tlio rocks of tho canyon echood a low At tho first shot tho boar saw his error bcon hold up ouco upon a timo Tlicro blauco to au old mnu with a flannel and camo down on all fours for tho saka was littlo olso beyond an occasional tcrriblo roar now loud now moro sub- Â¬ middle been ou u drunk tho mnn wrap nbout his neck his ehonlders up of spood but he was too late Boston view at a distance of somo spot made dued as tho great body of water found had his rango and ut tho third shot JMr historical by tho Jesuits with whom tho a narrow or a wido passago It camo said to me nud I am snbciiug up I raised and his feot iu n bathtub Tlio Bear fell into tho roud in a honp and bo history of tho country begun It was rapidly nearer Mrs Harlau nhvo now livo in niokeiisick and I want to get story is probably of French origin be- Â¬ homo I havent a cent and want a causo tho French call tho pansy tho stop gun kicking tho dust and biting himself la to when thoy roturnod to tho ranch to tho possibly danger sho had escaped mother Housohold Magazine in his death strngglo sat witli cars nud oyes alert wondoriug quarter Let mo thank yon for a very vory Presently as his slayer- - leauodovor1 pleasant day said Mrs Harlan softly I looked him over carefully con Â¬ how long Child language con- Â¬ tinued my chauc acquaintance him and congratulated himself on his as Bendixou declining her invitation Just then hor horso camo iu sight Docs anybody know of children vho ho was tolling tho truth aud gavo marksmanship tlicro eamoa fresli sur to join tho group iu tlio gallery bado turning a bend a quarter of a milo cluded todny uso u lauguugo npart iu tho com money prise that caused Boston to whirl or hor good night nt tho gate racing life behind It is o above not 100 for his camo and rolling him thoafter mo Ah I linn led1 on ho munication of thoir thoughts u language shouted his heel and stand panting peering all pleasant to meet somo onq that is yards u him I know you woro from the west that puzzles linguists mid yet is under tumbling wall of wuter 40 feot high Mtout to sco whenco had como that trcm Tho obligation is on my side M i stood thoroughly by tho youngsters fClifaV unmistakably feminiuo voice in I mid I know you would givo mo tho mon Tcnsoly they watched tho uuequal race Harlan answered Bcndixon with 1 10 Tlicro wns a lemarknblecaso somo years ey Thoy aro whito ont thoiu I query J tho glamour of tho southern moon if lio h d but not for long In a fow seconds tho Oh sir are you sure hos quite only known it hovering about his Now what I want to know said ago iu Albany Two boys of a well rn flood overtook tho poor animal and is how did ho know known family tho fathor was a colo I dead TV vmi linw rwnrAil lnnr1 linf tlirun presontly a sliapclesu mass ho was roll Â¬ my acquaintance Bostoa jubbfed his eyes and looked r oara without tlio palo of civilization ed by them in tho torrent along with I was from tho west It a tiuo ut how brated politician whenever thoy talked together used invariably that is in tho SKjda Thoro8howasthoojvuerofthouieau o one night Mia all tho rocks and debris nt tho forefront did ho know it Would yon kuow it presence of other members of tho family Yoico standing with clasped hands on Harlan1 watory avalaucho Am I marked Have 1 any tag on mo to of tho a langnngo that was not to bo discov the highest point of tho Elbow and began Bcndixon you toll others that I am u westerner Now Goodnight And sho stood watcn Nono that I know of I insnrcd ered among paf m or Christian people looking down at him appealingly sco ing his retreating figure noting lu v Tenderfoot Protty too by Jovol But his companion did not see Sho him unless it bo such littlo things as Tho boys never gavo nn explanation af t superbly iq Hat his horco butforgetfil giving your seat up to ladies That gen- Â¬ or thoy reached tho ago of 15 or 18 Up thought Boston But ho said very of tho abruptness of his departuro was crying sharply for ho did not liko suddon too much for Boudixon Iu a erally indicates that a man is uot a ua to that ago they chattered with volubil- Â¬ It was Divinoly handsome sho thought ity in this singular tongue Here is an Knocks complacently aud delightful company second ho was beside her his arms wcro tivo Now Yorker instance that points What on earth aro you doing up Sinco ho has so littlo to do I dor t about her and sho finished her cry on I got out ut Fiftieth street uud left of the theory advancedtoward tho sanity by Charles Godthere his shoulder Aud that afternoon thoy him with tlio samo quizzical expression think it will bo such a dull timo uflnr I bo Are you suro hos quito dead tho alL told their stories to each other just as if tho question hud been only half an frey Loland in Gypsy Sorcery lievo that n company of children left enough for each to know that tho other swered Now York Journal tenderfoot responded irrolovantly fair Harlau must bq a brnto tliought entiroly to themselves would form nud To bo truro ho is was tho short ro tho one tinso uusnscoptiblo Bcndixon us had eufforod as tho woman awkward Â¬ grow np with a language which in a ply as tho bear slayer gavo his fallen foe Dick galloped uptho trail or elbo hos ly sitting sidewiso ou Dick nud tho DRINK WITH MEALS very few years would bo striken fluent- Â¬ a vicious kick n fool Probably hos both for an intel- Â¬ mau walkiug besido thoy wont back to Liquid Food an Aid tu Digestion and Cold ly Boston Journal The stranger disappeared coming ligent brnto couldnt fnil to como undor the Whoatley placo together Drlnka Ilefreuli Muated reraona again into viow just whero bruiu had tho influence of n Woman liko that A now theory In tlio treatment of if Tho incessant adjuration uot to drink Somo duck gives it out t mo said first shown himsolf to Bostons star Â¬ Sho had askod him to call tho noxt with meals wo hnvo always hold the re coughs lung aud bronchial affections has Â¬ Dan tho bartender to ono of Bondis tled eyes Tho latter had somewhat re- day and ho had promised to do so covered hlmsulf and repeutod his Boom Â¬ gladly at tho timo As lio rodo homo ons men who dropped in ono quint verso of truth from theory aud from ex- Â¬ been advanced by tho manufacturers of ing rudetfess and ashQ advancod td LoWevor lo asked himsolf Why To evening tht Bostons got n rivl over perience Tlio latter is that dry meals Dr Bolls Pino Tar Honey It is truly a causo heartburn tho former shows that wonderful remedy All dealers sell meet hfir his handsomohead uncovered what end But his hungry soul an Â¬ t Whoatleys Bostons men wcro loyal mid this ouo splitting up tho meal of solid food with it on a positivo guarantee the kdr could riot help noting what a swered For sale For tho sake of intelligent liquid nets precisely liko splitting logs by Short merely gavo the bartendor an iuquivl rcunantlo appearauco ho had Haynes Cioverport Dr companionship whilo you may have it of wood into kindling foe thy firo giving R 1 Vm so glad ypu camo she fal- - And of course ho went not only that tivo looki H McMullin McDaniels M Moyer tho digestivo fluid easy aoccsa to tlio Ya os tered as J10 camo up to whero sho had day but tho next and thereafter tlicro continued Dan setting up Co Buras A W E small ptrticlcs instead of sizzling and Brown IrvingtonTaylor Rosetta Richard- Â¬ stepped and was leaning against tho wcro fow days during tho next two tho whisky bottlo I gits it straight Ky A A of rock Ive been up thero over sinco months that thoy did not seo each other tht this bloko is th flanio ono tht her making gas on tho outside of n wadtho son Garfiold Ky A R Morris Big Mm Spring Ky W 0 Moorman Glen an cr ol man splits up on uu tht shes thick paste And tho talk of diluting aboet Iloclock and it must be quito 6 gastric juico is nonsenso becauso tho deano Ky P Shorron Bros A Co by bow very light tlmt gou t marry im Boons sho gits cr do Tho rains had been surplus fluid drains quickly through tho Kirk Ky j Horace Scott IlardliiBburg But or how oason and hardly n cnttlomau or for vorco up Micro to skoccb ana that matter any ouo else but was well Mr Bendixons cowhand merely stomach Bettor drink too much than Ky too little como aown tnero was nigh in despair Cattle bybcoros lay vouchsafed noncommitally ThholU vWBea 1 sfsneu to Irlmtu lnctrlo Motors Wo uro glad now to be re en fenced by and wcut oat to whero his cuyuso was that horrid bear right at the bottom of dead ou tho plains and in tho valleys A woll known electrical authority has au English sporting man Mr Horace theroekl Ugh I doad for want of food and wator Not tied mentally rcsolviug however to Hayes who says that drinking nothing pointed out that it is now lis easy aud Didheseeyou iu bo many of Bendixons nis wcro unu- Â¬ learu moro about tho matter during or for an hour und a half after cheap to havo uu oloctrio elevatorbuilda No if ho had just looked at me I sually wolj provided for but hardly an private houso as iu a lnrgo ofllco meals is tlio host of ways to train dowu Boston had mot tho distinguished ahesld have died I know I I shant daro outfit iu tho couuty but conuted its loss ing Stairs aro literally n barbarism to looking straugor two or threo times but weight but ho cannot do it becauso it which women frequently owo ill health go oat agaiu in that way all nlono by hundreds and evon thousands always brings on rheumatism probably Â¬ noYou dont seem to have lost your noticed or many delicate Itll come heavily though when it tonightforhotho first timo thought hocon Â¬ from tho solid food producing overcon mid to which deprivation of persons mayÂ¬ ticed a certain aierte yery bndly said Boston looking does como Buid Boston to Mrs --Harlau tlio full en the ccntrated salts in tho circulation and attributo of straint in tho manner of his sweetheart at her admiringly How pretty sho was joyment thoir homes Tho coat of as together thoy rodo 0110 hot aftor consequent deposits iu tho muscular hiniholf and u vaguo wondor ib wataflgtiroVtcTbe rare I Eist in through Wiud canyon on way toward fiber Tho sumo writer says that tho no operating au elcctrio elevatoror 00say a lmtvtere- - are ypustop- - noou upon a sick mnu at tho their Bar iug jealousy took possession of him fwrdeH tripii making CO to call Two tion about animals being injured by giv llvo story houso not exceed 3 or Who was this follow Bomeut anyway pUucfl he queried por t You Mover saw a storm In X ranch ing thorn a driuk when boated is a stupid every day will M Wheatley this gray haired blase man of tho I am Msb thls country did you Woll it is some- Â¬ doviccs for ormtlng thcBO fOw at wwweUWa nud oruol pioco of barbarism that it month Tho been so improved tiiat au world What was ho doing at the Harlan i a fair rescued elevator havo seeing bf WkeatUye He had net thenht te ask only docs tlicm harm whoa tho drink is invaW er a ehlld eaa maaage Mtetu Yi7 I w or waHjUacl ill ho thing worth It comes and hoeyini out upswWialjt very Bf very otild by prodBlnjr litcren slsick rather ks had hurt us pjaartnaity States tMr Bcndixon Out hero and the way rniu fulls in Tfco em lever Srrantfeiaest ein se dis chuakt for lit it it would It was lata when he started home Â¬ as taken off to n man whileiliw tho chill pensed with aud tho olorator ascends or he smiled grimly I am Boston bo tieand tlio thou it Buddcnly coases a and whilo u heatM is it firtt it rofre ward and began wondoriug over those etwse probably Tdo uot como from tliora ouo thinks thats ho cud of it but it things and thero came u sudden pang horeo to tako a good drink just us it does descends on the pressuro of u button It By the way where is your horse I am each floor will isnt Presently tho canyons and ravines as ho rcmombcrcd that ho bad not had a heated human boiug Travelers Rec iturt stop ouly at the elevator aud will IL- fUi n in only when door ia beconio flooded with water and each FJ tp brW iu Mr Bor aud I will ea you a olianco to say his lovers good ulght to ord olosod Now York Times GlaMiiiakcr And Bertha ono becomes the bod of a torrent alely aotuo although theres probably the Baron ou Lowhun in his Analysis Sho might liuvo mado an opportuni- Â¬ lorce or Habit net another War Within CO miles pf havewaterways on tho lower lovels I of Nubility In hs Origin stutcs that seen rocks weighing tons carried ty ho said to himself Then sudden Me Tho gonial captain of a steamer ply so useful were tho ghimaakors at oue down throngh thorn by tho wall of wa Â¬ ly halting Dick Poor littlo girl I Sho at Mrt Hurllui ha come putaioot As a Blotter of fact by Jove he has to bo careful of course Tiiat follow period in Venice ami sq considerable ho jng ou ouo of our Amoricau rivers was fbe Wbawllo raneli hotwe being only ter appointed a vestrymau iu an Episcopal rovennq accruing to the republic from intcrrupted himsolf suddenly that 11II11 mkamt a ilfclmitrfo thov walked storm weviotieed over in tho Burro may bo hoa that is Harlans lawyer thoir uiauufACtiiro that to encourage the church in a city which lay at 0110 end of And wondering why ho had not thought toifeiier iDigk liJiiliHig- - aong ia mountains awliilo ago k coming this of this boforo ho wheoled Djck and rodo men engaged In i to remain in Murano his route Ouo day shortly af forward it was re way A k iHKmu weuKuaiBu quietly back toward tho ranch Ho tlio senate made them all burgessos of UeWaJhrtgnt Imido of five minutes would see the light in her window at Venice and allowed nobles to many ported to him wien ou shoro that rctuaiforIbeVeslMrR i i pm1 Aii thoir daughters Whereas if a uoblemau thero was a leak iu the church IIo was nwrmn jawaa oh n the stemi had broken ovor them and least accustomed to promptness aud ou re ispher they had to wek what shelter was afford tlw daughter of any other trades back He saw his ami aboat her that mau marries eolp of tlio messago heweut to the nnluailAHlaf1 lsVa MM MVMBil fT d by the lee of a rock that partially Bemeuts He could see then plainly as tuan tho if sue is not reputed noble- r t tiM F church took a candlo and started down Boston Herald WkMaiat who liaWI huat wnerMnsT apwt overksic Um The storm wm over they walked slowly toward him him into the cellar to find the leak evident Â¬ Bfaseutly tiut ckwds spputeiitly with rawbad twisvrio her dane who ww saMiosed to be Hear- ly thHiklsg of the basement as the hall - n aaawaa ttqt aiiy itaaslliutf We9e aswitig over ly houie by M nmmmuximThey came directly on ef the good ship Zkm tag ojjksjkhe jra ejaiekly aud leavMg fee eJariaed utmost They wouldbow elose by the clump of pass The caf4au hiatseU tells the story uwaiitrKnuftst as as Wsa hen aud a dim rainbow as rewladers brush where he aud his horse were cou- - Waea JUby was siefc we save her Cuterta witk macN apparent enjoyment of its thie MtVfQOt yitii the Othtfrl of Hwir vttlttion Waea she was a CMU she dried f a Castorta sealed He heard the woman sey yorithw CotHpatiiou juwor iaeusMly tuUMar aU m- we wtwi iOoawM sail Beadjteh Maaas ggass aews How sJwekad Coasta Mattte and WayaA Salut wQuww UtaBW eseirej SsiBSnwx tj XseasMMMeaaf ul lamsBMsawggs g 7 as a rato wKtaatailT wan baek to when we eaa aotsy sndifet HosACe will W Wheu taey ftud were W1waseUJaaseBlwaatetbwtasterta or ont of Jt foe that strike the hflH flnrty I WOMEN fol ia Ibe addle DOUBT gouet 4uil Beodixou ooor falowKaeH J Mrs Barlau Ukexl aUaimqaiasioally TrjatJC be awfully oat ap Hes triad to aialetr Qeutlixaa was still tfclukliur of sae awisi I oV beUeva It so pteaaant for m The idea PENNYROYAL WAVERS this tnustraer Tollowlne this a sore came en liar right lids beÂ¬ tween the twe lower ribs In a short time an ether broke on the left side She would tike spells of sore mouth and when we had succeed ed In overcoming this she would miller with at tacks of high furer and eiiMil bloodjr looking corruption Iter head was anectsil and matter ooced from her ears After each attack she be- - Hoods5 Cures n histry Fow years back 0 had n good ranch up country n pioco nu was well fixed Woll ho got stuck on a grass widdcr tht was stayin with ouo o tli neighbors an I reckon thoy had it all fixed up when along comes n sho star lookin jay frm back cast nu him ou th grass widdcr turns up missin Evorbody tliought theyd skipped but thor bodies what was left of cm was found in a ol dsertcd shaft a fow months Intor An Boston lmhaint uov r bou right souco Hos tried ranchlu nu nilniii an gamblin but it dont do 110 good Poor ol Boston I Hos a sho nough all timo losor Lester Ketch urn iu San Francisco Argounut Iu a littlo mining camp iu Now Mox- Â¬ ieo tho landlord of the hotel pointed out to mo 11 dirty dejected looking specimen of tho genus bum That thero only tho cud hnvo a fallcn out cheerfully Ouly tho end but whou did it hap Â¬ fellers got Last night nbout 1 oclock My misses aud I wcro slccpiu in ouo of thoso bedrooms whou sho suddenly heard a noise I do sleep vory hard sir but nt last sho woko mo and said What bo that Bill Oh says I it bo this ore blessed end of t houso havo n fallen out Aud Biiro enough so twero But then wod been oxjiectiii of it somo time Wo know ho wcriit very safe Bnt what did you do Woll I tried to light n candle but twero blowin mid raiuln very hard and tho wind blow her out every timo I lighted lui So wo just lay quiet till 5 oclock and then wo got up for twero An Kttraordlnary Freak lit IMS A citizen of Tampa- - Flo is tho owner of n woudcrful curiosity in tlio shapo of a p lir of deers horns in which ono of tho prongs ends iu n startling malCorrectly week by Tamphrey Lau r lre formation Four Inches from tho placo duce Commlulon Merchants oSecon it bet lain and Market LoulsTllle Ky whoro it brandies from tlio main horn this prong suddenly enlarges into a LOUISVILLE KY July 9 IMJH bulbous growth nearly as largo as a mans fist and it is in this oxcrcscenco tlmt tho wonder lies Tho bulb is in tho Shippers should mark all packages plainly form of n hounds head plainly show Â¬ with shippers name and poit offloe ad ran ing cats month oyes eta It was tak BUTTER en iu tho down aud wcro it other Choice country 2 J j wiso it is impossiblo that it could bo a Medium Out 11 t jo work of art owing to tho enlargement Creamery BOOS necessary for tho freak St Louis Ro Fresh Â¬ lOHfi MAID Â¬ Â¬ M publie JfHATIIVItO Mixed 1 Prime white goeie duck M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ E alfcs 1 ti tt Wlra Â¬ Io Well yon say Wy it is jist this Hero is a feller that really likes work rollin in moro money than ho kin count nud hero is you and me that money Would do somo good I guess you know Whero wo aro ut without uo fnrdcr words Cincinnati Tribune with languid interest Tallow a 4Jf Beeiwax 25 The Hcholnr of France Sorghum Molatiet 30 35 As a samplo of tho payment of distin IIAY ORAIN FEED guished ncholars in this country it may We quote price to day on Loulavllle city bo mentioned that M Gaston Boissior wharft who win lately elected lifo sccrotary of OATS 30 33 tho Academy only received if GOO annu No 2 oatt HAY ally as rector of tho Collego do France Strictly choloe 11 00 12 00 In his new position ho is entitled to 1 Choice No 2 IB 00 J 50 200 or double tho sum paid him ns head Good Medium 8 00a 9 00 of tho great educational establishment Good Bright Straw 5 00 ovor which Ernest Rrnan ruled Tho CORN immortals according to tlio foundation Choice white OS CATTLE rules aro supposed to bo paid 300 yearOood to extra shipping 4 76 O 5 00 ly iu nddit 011 to their fees for attend Light thlpplng 4 ing meeting As a matter of fact how Beit Butohert 4 50 4 75 over thoy t nly recoivo 200 annually Medium to good butohert 2 00 3 50 Tho rcumiiulcrof tho sum forms a sink IIOQS ing fund ont of which eight aged acad Choice packing and butchers 4 4 14 50 emiciani get allowances if thoir privato Fair to good SIIEEP eimaal income falls short of if 1200 Good to extra shipping 2 25 ft 2 raris Letcr a 1 75 Fair to good LAMUb Unjust Title Good to extra spring 4 25 4 10 Heio is another ouo of themplntes Fair to good 3 75 S 4 It said Mr Dismal Dawson in tho paper that says ho nover was so happy as when Louisville St Louis Texas R R Co ho was working by tlio day Well ventured Mr Everett Wrest Â¬ facte which appear to show that iu cer- Â¬ tain circumstances tho snake scorpion and even somo quadrupeds commit suicide M Henry a clock manufnctnjpr of Louguyou Franco has recently described au expevimont of tho kiiul which ho mado with a wasp Tlio wasp was im prisoned tuider a glass and knowing that beuziuo asphyxiates insects ho put some paper soaked in it besido tho cap tive Tlio wasp beenmo uncomfortable thon angrily attacked tho paper but find ing all its efforts unavailing it finally lay down 01 its back and folding up its abdomon planted its sting thrico into its hotly M ileury wns so curious to confirm tho fart that in spito of his hu mauo feelings lio ropoatod tho experi ment ou threo wasps with tlio like ro suit Loudon Globe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AnlmaM That Commit Suicide Old Intelligent obsorvors hnvo testified to No 1 25 2 li POULTRY Ileni per lb Spring Chickens per dot Ducks 1 ti 4 Apples old Peaches new Peaehei old DRIED APPLEd AND PEAOUKX Applet choice bright quarters to Apples arerag 4 to to 7 50 v 3 CO g 7 ft 5 Green food Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skint HIDES y 12 10 2 a S lii 4V t ll Tub waihed Qreate fine drone coarte WOOL 10 i IS Merino Durry and Cots is 104 MISCELLANEOUS 21 18 16 12 W 12 j J Â¬ Â¬ 2STO 2 TIME SCHEDULE Taking Dffoct At 600 oelck A 2tC i Sundj Dec CD lQ3i Train M Wtit Bound Traim Â¬ vr RI-P-A-N- -S EatlBow Mall 02 A Â¬ Kipra Kapra Dally Daily 81 6 45 72 7 30 7 47 7 65 Mall A si rr STATIONS Kiprs Itapr 1 Â¬ 630m 730im IvUnn Â¬ - WHAT THEY A ARE tV ptar Kentucky St Westlolnt Howard Kkron Uuston Dally Wpi 45 2 Dally S 10pm 12 11 415 7 35 7 30 8 2S Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iiirai m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lll Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ iir - uc ljlieKejmn T til tbjr 9 ai -- oTaspsa BaTl Ss sws IN gentleman of n methodical ha Â¬ bit who had adopted tho practlco of retaining a copy of every pre- Â¬ scription issued by his family physician became interested as time went on to note that tho samo ingredients wcro pretty cer- Â¬ tain to bo prescribed at somo point of tho treatment of every case For a poorappetltoora8oro throat for restlessnes which disturbed the babys sleep and for troubles which beset tho aged grandparents the favorito romody was always turning up although slightly mod Â¬ ified from timo to timo and used often in conjunction with othors His family physician had ever been n successful practitioner and when another was consulted caro had always boon takon to obtain tho services of somo ono eminent for skill and reputation Still tho fro quent recurrence of tho favorito formula was a marked circum- Â¬ stance Ono day our fiiend hap- Â¬ pened to observo that tho formula of a certain advertisod remedy was identical with the latest prescrip- Â¬ tion ho had received from his own physician and in somo surpriso he stated tho caso to him Tho fam- Â¬ ily doctor after listening to what ho had to say replied Tho caso is about this way Whonever thero is a disturbance of the func- Â¬ tions of the body no matter of what nature it Is protty certain to bo nccompauied by a derangement of tho digestive organs When they aro all right tho patient gets well That particular formula that you havo observed mo to writo mora and more frequently is the result of an ago of caroful exporimout and is protty gener Â¬ ally agreed upon now by all edu cuted physicians who keep up with the tlflics Tho discovery of the past iey years of a moans of rodttclug cvory drug to a powder and compressing tho powders into littlo loxongcs or tabetsor tabules ii you prefer which will not break or rpoll or lose their good quail ties from age if protected from air and light is tljo explanation of how it has come about that this prescription Is now or sale as au advertised remedy It is as you say however and Is alf right It is the medlclao that ulna people out pf ten need every time they -seed aay and I have bo doubt that making ft so easy to obtain so carefully prepared aad withal to aeUallypo as ssWp irtNte long the average ot huniau ljfe duriag the areseat m tuTae Rlsust wan ni 801 813 81 8 M Kffi Rock Haven Long Branch 12U2in 1147 11 UU nrandenburg Irvington Webster 8 8 8 8 21 30 38 45 9 It 9 30 9 3J U47 1000 10 09 1014 1020 1033 10 S9 1060 1102 11 TJ 865 900 UlfJ 061 914 917 Lodlburg 1Urce StiSpIo Stcphensport Addison 1131 1122 1111 1105 1061 bJ 714 7 07 168 610 Hi 9 28 9 31 Holt CIovcrHrt Shops Sklllman 1041 1037 1028 10 W 104J 006 557 662 6 45 6 40 5 24 5 21 Hi 6 30 101M 10 05 10 10 J36 94J 9 64 10 1002 07 1012 10 IK 1115 1119 1125 1035 10 48 1069 1109 1114 1131 1145 U4J 126tm 1218 12 23 1227 1235 12 42 12t6pm 1119 1125 llawesvllle lctrlc Falcon Cayce 1 cwfiport rowers Iatea Owcnsboro Mattlngly Griffith Stanley Worthlngton 948 937 929 9 23 609 69 51 45 42 4 33 4 20 4 08 4 00 3 47 3 41 4 4 4 4 919 913 9 05 8 40 8 09 6 It 7 68 7 31 830 817 I 337 I 1153pm 1269 1210am 1 15pm 12M Ilatcttt arHenderan Reads Spottsvllle 70 7 42 Iv 7 20am j 3 3 3 3 2 30 23 16 10 65pm tlou for L llnvuyou Ilenoivcd your 8iibcrip 1 NU9 St L T Ty fordsvllle Branch TIME TABLt No 24 30 I TAKING EFFECT DEO 1804 West Hound Trains Dally I Dally ex Sun ex Sun N06 No 1 1010am 1160 12 06pm 12 22 12 68 Kast Round Trains Dally I Dally ex Sun cxSun No 3 I No f 9 20am STATIONS Iv Irvington Ar Harned Hardlnsburg Kirk Jolly arFallaltoughlv Rockvale Uuth Glcndeane Dempster Garfield 810 7 60 7 30 7 00 6 30 110 128 135 165 230 2 42 3 51 3 01 660 620 6 27 80 4 340pm ArKordivillelv Askint Oaks 616 601 60 423am wwmnitifmw- Thoy aro mounted ou spring roller Tho best llnon cloth wo are closing tliora out or 60 and 75 cents a pair ft rnicrly witnt from 60 to 100 A raro borjaiu Now is your opportunity so take adyan- - j ftgQ Do you want window Bhndcti havo somo that aro slightly soiled Window Shades Wo i 1 J D JlAiiijAnt la Sprue w ealetl IMsl ascents a bs U MCSI LVWHII Xew Ystl A Wnltirb t h 119 nUo UlUtUs vv n vvv vvrsw4 vlj 111 Mf y irirwrw7 TrTOwHPFfwy smWflHW 01AOVRiRP03Ryr tmmammmmmmlmmmmu TH THE MONEY QUESTION MM GOiBHAS APPRECIATED clear citation of tho law or laws which constitute tiro rawou for its being Throo lav aro opcit to pnbllo inspection No class of persons bettor than publio cred- Â¬ itors no well understand tho limitations which tho laws of nil civilized nations placo upon tho functions of executive officers with respect to issuing bonds or incurrl3 dohts or obligations on behalf of thoir country They know that the duties of thoso officers iu connection with loans aro spcoifled in tho laws by which tho loans aro authorized to bo effected Henco theso loans aro examined as witli a mental raicroscopo to sec that no doubt exists as to the authority of tho officer who executes tho securities and as to all other particulars concerning payment of tho obligation If they did not jbsorvo on tho bond tho plain printed statement that it was payablo in tho standard coin of tho United States of July 14 1870 they must havo been blind iridecd I havo never heard a denial by any ono having knowledge of tho legislation under which tho bonds wero issued that it is tho legal right of tho United States to pay thoso bonds in cither gold or fiilJ vor coin It is said that at tho timo of tho negotiation of tho bonds silver mon Â¬ ey was out of uso in this country Tho sufficient answer to that is that gold was equally out of use It is said that tho bonds wero sold to citizens or sub i jeots of countries J which silver was not recognized as money This was cer Â¬ tainly not true of Germany in which1 country early and cousidcrablo salos wero mado Germany was ou tho silver standard until December 1871 and had considerable silver in its coin for n long tinioi after that Besides our bonds wero not either by their terms or by implication payablo in foreign countries or iu tho They wero mouoy of thoso countries payablo within tho United Statos ftnd it was distinctly nillrmcd on their laco that they were- payablo iu dollars of tho United States If tho citizens or subjects of foreign countries who bought such bonds did not undei stand what a dollar of the United States meant they could nothaehad tho slightest difficulty iui ascertaining and of courso they did ascertain Â¬ Â¬ BREOKRNRIDQR TIHO RUSSIAN KNOUT A MEXW ti KY 8HE VAO AFOAlb And Took IVrtlektlar Cnra Outwit Tnoto Wicked NlfJit Dwthrs Mmo Kltkholders norvnnt was get Â¬ BRUTAL IN PUNISHMENT INFLICTED THE CZARS DOMAIN Claim That III Use In Soma HrspecU Ha Been Abo0ed Tlia Use of the Cruel Instrument Described bj a roll t leal Kill Who Has Suffered In Siberia Ono novcr knows for certain how much of tho knout is loft in modern Russia Tho tolcgrapu wfro still at times Â¬ IN VALUE 60LD SILVER BONDS AND PRICES Relations of Demand and Supply to the Value of Gold as Money ondBuyers and the Rights of tho Senator JonesS Government on the Gold Standard It is asserted by tno advocates ol llioi gold standard that there is uo Insuffi Â¬ ciency of that metal for tho purposo of money If before tho demonetization of silver there- was only enough of both metals combined how can men justify1 the assertion that thcro is now enough of ono of them alono to answer all do mands without rendering necessary a fall of prices of commodities It will bo conceded that valuo depends on tho ro tation of domand to supply No reason has over been or can bo given why mouoy is not subject to that law What then was tho domand for gold in 1871 at the timo Germany resolved to go to the gold standard Therowerobut threo countries of Europo that wcro then formally on tho gold standard Great Britain Portugal and Turkoy and of those Turkey was making no demand for coin but conducting its business with irrcdocmablo paper Six of tho other countries of Europo had nominally tho bimetallic standard namoly France Italy Bolgium Switzerland Greeco and Spain But of theso only two Bolgium and Switzer- Â¬ land were aetuully using coin nil tho others by reason of wars then but re- Â¬ cently concluded using inconvertible pa Â¬ per and making no demand for coin of eithor inotaL Tho countries then formally on tho silver standard woro Germany Austria Russia Sweden and Norway Denmark und Holland Of thoso Aus- Â¬ tria and Russia wcro without coin and transacting their business on inconvert- Â¬ ible paper money Tho pooplo of tho United States os is well known were also ut tho timo transacting their busi Â¬ ness with paper money Placing tho several countries in separate categories according to their actual condition in 18T1 wo havo tho following results Countries making demand for gold alouo Great Britain and Portugal Countries making demand for gold or silver indifferently Belgium and Swit zcr and C ountrios making demand for silver alo ie Germany Sweden and Norway Dc mark and Holland ouutriofl making no domand for coin of i ither metal but using inconvertible paj or money Austria Russia Turkoy Frj ico Italy Greece Spain and the Ul ted States t Belgium and Switzerland both of wl ch wero on tho bimetullio standard nil jr money was as useful and as wcl coi o as gold 60 that thoso countries nit o no demand that was imperative foi either of tho motals in preference to tin other 1 Germany Holland Sweden and Nc way there was no demand for gold as lonoy All tho other countries named wi l tho excoption of Great Britain and Po fcogal wcro at that timo as matter of fact upon tho paper standard and mi lo no domand for gold Tho popula tio i of thoso two countries therefore bt ng in 1870 respectively 31000000 an 4000000 or in nil less than 30 00 000 comprised tho entire popula tic i of Europo aud America that inado an mperativo domand on gold for mone Â¬ tary purposes Let us compare that de Â¬ mand with tho demand of today What are tho countries of Europo aud Arrerica now demanding gold struggling for it and endeavoring to conduct tlmr business with it Thoso actually on tho gold standard are tho following Great Britaiu with a population of 88000000 Germany 00000000 Austria 40000000 Turkey 03000000 Scandinavian union Norway Sweden Denmark 0000000 Egypt 7000 Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ I The Fall or Prices -- A Premium Which Producers Hare to 1ay When tho number of dollars inn coun try is from any cuuso reduced there is a tendency to a fall iu tho prices of commodities If then a man bo en Â¬ Â¬ 000 As our bonds havo always been paid in gold wo must add to this group our own country with its 07000000 population Inasmuch as Holland and tho countries of tho Latin union havo closed their mints to tho unrestricted coinage of silver and although not on tho gold standard liave entered upon tho struggle for gold in order to mako international payments wo must also add tho 86 000000 comprising tho combined popu Â¬ lations of Holland Franco Italy Swit Â¬ zerland Belgium and Greeco resulting in u colossal strugglo for gold participated in by 830000000 peoplo and this notwithstanding tho admission of Mr G iffen that substantially nono of tho gold yielded annually from tho John P Jones mines becomes or if minted remains money but is absorbed by tho arts and Reports The V manufactures I Tkis is a population nine times that show Royal Baking Powdir wliirfh in 1871 mado demand for gold superior to all others yet wo are informed by tho advocates of tho gold standard that there is an ample surply of gold for all purposes and that tho fall of commercial prices has been brought about by now inventions I Iloud lluyers Always Scrutinise the Stand- Â¬ ard of Payment Peoplo who buy bonds do not buy them from altruistic motives They buy in your mouth Indicates thim for their own profit and advan- Â¬ Bile and hows that your bloods wrong tage They-- buy bonds of tho United UUites as they buy nil bonds only after earoful scrutiny of tho terms ou tho faco of tho bonds and of tho laws by author Â¬ SARSAPARILLA ity of which thoso bonds have been is Â¬ will set your blood right t and sued They look sharply to tho figures which show tho dates of payment of cure your DyipeptU principal and interest but abovo all Nenrontneii Aches and and rising boyoud ull other consideraIalni Tone you up all over Try tions they look to tho medium or as thiy term It tho standard in which the one bottle and be sure to ask payment is by the terms of tho bond for Neats to bo made To suppose that such a feature is neg leced would be to suppose that publio en iltors the keenest of men had lost I Vents sUrsaparllla is fer sale by the Ir cunialag Every Load ever dssaed A R FISHER Dugslit has 1b pWttew stated M Its face the OtartriMrt Ky Btberit for it existence It contain Â¬ Â¬ gaged in productive operations in this country and if by reason of tho outward flow of gold to meet foreign payments a fall takes placo iu the prices of tho products of his labor compelling him to accept less for those products than ho othcrwiso would rccchc ho suffers a loss which though not called a pro niinm is iu tenor aud effect a premium on gold So far as he is coucwued ho is so much tho poorer by reason of tho oat flow of tho money of tho country In order Why quibblo about names that n payment may bo entitled to bo called a premium andtoinvoho tho Ferious coiihcqucnces attributed to a premium is it necessary that it shall bo paid by a particular person If a farmer phmter or manufacturer in this country is compelled to pay 100 through tho medium of products the prices of which havo been to that extent rednced owing to tho maintenance of tho gold standard vthat but tho mcro uamo is tho diffcrcuco between that mans pay Â¬ ment and tho payment of tho banker or broker who disburses 1 00 as a differ- Â¬ ence iu exchaugo aud ou his books en- Â¬ ters tho amount as a premium If an American former hatter or shoemaker has to givo more of the products of his labor for gold what divinity doth hedgo around the American banker or broker which entitles him to call his occasional payment a premium whllo tho constant aud persistent payments of tho producers aio called n mero fall in price If farm products fall 10 per cent by reason of tho bending out of gold if tho product of tho shoemakers labor is similarly reduced as well as that of men engaged iu ull other industries is not that 10 per cent a premium ou gold Aud if not does it differ in anything but tho uamo Being n loss caused by tho gold standard docs it not huvo all tho effect of a premium Is it not in na ture and substanco n premium Yet tho importer says and our financiers and statesmen all nnlto iu saying that bo long as it is tho producer who is suffer Â¬ ing tho loss everything is nil right and that it is only when it becomes tho turn of tho importer or tho money broker to pay that tho times aro out of joint So long as tho producing Chiracs do tho paying it attracts no ntteution but as soon ns tho broker or importer has to pay a great wail is heard Tho masses of tho peoplo tako no note of changes in the valuo of money but tho banking and creditor interests aro keen to observe all such changes Whenever a variation of valuo appears bo tweon two forms of money they select tho form which commands tho greatest amount of property and loudly proclaim that to bo tho best mouoy and the only honest money while tho other form which may havo retained its valuo unimpaired and therefore bo an exactly just and equitable measure of value is derided as cheap and dishonest mon ey Tho gold standard advocates nevor speak of anyadvauco iu tho valuo of tho dearer metal By them tho chango is al Â¬ ways made to appear as a decline in tho value of tho other metal which may in fact havo suffered no decline Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ carries tho horrid whiz of it from re moto Siberia and only tho other day I saw mention in nows from St Petersburg of n now imperial ukaso abolish Â¬ ing tho uso of tho knout for tho punish ment of offenses committed by tho peas- Â¬ antry which has hitherto been complete- Â¬ ly at tho mercy of tho local judges in this respect I was under tho impres Â¬ sion that the local judges had bceu doprlvcd of thoir knout for 20 years Or more but tho sender of this mossago adds that statistics were submitted to tho czar showing that iu ten years 0000 persons mostly guilty of thefts of prod- Â¬ uce had died after puuishmont With tho knout Granted tho infliction of tho knout tho 8000 deaths aro easily boliovcd Tho instrument itself supposing this re Â¬ port t6 bo true evidently dies harder tbau its victims But ovon iu Russia where tho rod mid its equivalents have bad n moro extended and bloody exist sneo than in any othor European stato tho hmunuer spirit of tho ago lias been felt and ouo is disposed to rogard as ex Â¬ aggerated tho statements just quoted Certainly wo had been given to bolievo that tho knout was abolished for all but tho gravest offcuso as long ago as 18C0 But Russia has never been governed wholly by its written laws and thero aro regions of that empiro where n ukaso may bo slow to reach tho local judges Tho morciful edict of 18CG however stopped short at tho confines of Siboria aud it was with tho object of loaruiug to what extent tho knout is used in tho Siberia of today that I sought an inter Â¬ view witli u distinguished and very interesting exile M Aloxandcr Sochao M So zowski ou a visit to England chaczowski n Polo by birth au artist by profession aud iu Eugland to ur rnugo for tho exhibition of a picture which will move tho sympathies of ev Â¬ ery friend of tho victims of the czar was n political exile in Siboria at tho ago of 21 and suffered 4 yoars in tho mines during 2 of which ho carried night and day chains of which marks aro permanently graven ou his ankles Twenty years in all wero tho days of his oxilo aud ho counts himself happy that ho did not like so many of his comrades iu oppression perish under that cruel yoko Indeed ho Bpcaks without bitternoss and says that eveu iu Si- Â¬ beria ono may oftcu forget oneself M Sochaczowski could say much abont tho kuout Ho hud beeu many times a witners of its infliction Tito kuout in fact was iu use iu tho miucs duriug tho whole of M Sochaczewskis exilo aud thoso who wcro condemned to it suffered iu public At tho present day M Sochaczowski bcliovod that it was practically abolish od iu 180 but tho govoraor retains a certain discretionary power which may meau much in Siberia Would M So chaczewski describo tho punishment Ho took a half sheet of noto paper and a pcu mid mado a rapid skotch That is tho kuout he said A baud of leather as U well known sorves tho executioner for a handle and tho knout it Â¬ self is a single thong of leather rough andvuryliail taporiug townrd the ex- Â¬ tremity where it is weighted with n With this tho executioner ball of lead who is graorally a reprioved murder- Â¬ er cau iuflct as great or as littlo suf- Â¬ fering us ho pleases tho Thus said JL Sochaczowbki prisouoiawould sometimes givo him a rublo to provo his skill when ho would striko ouo of them apparently with full forco across tho palm of the baud but tho blow would scarcely bo felt and would not leave a scratch With tho same instrument ho could kill at n single stroko and was occasionally bribed by a condemned prisoner to do so breaking tho ribs aud almost tearing out the Iheart What uumbar of strokes I asked M 8ochaczowski wero ordinarily inflicted Ho replied that it was of no great con ncqueuco inasmuch as punishment with tho knout was generally regarded as a sentence of death A man uudcr sen teuco of 100 lashes might die at tho third lash iu which caso tho remaining 07 would bo given to tho corpse It was possiblo if the executioner did uot em Â¬ ploy his whole art or strength for tho tlotim to escape death but ho would then inevitably bo a cripplo for tho rest of liis life There wero meu iu tho hos Â¬ pital in his timo whom the kuout had maimed forever I uskod whotlUr tho knout exhausted tho resources of penal discipline iu SiBy uo meaus beria said M SoÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ was about 0 oclock in tho evening Jnst ns lror bonnet was on her head and her hand ou tho door to depart Mmo Kirk holder noticed that tho faco ww aglow with grease a liberal coat from oar to ear Tut tat Katie I remonstrated Whsh your faco bo Mmo Kirkuolder fore yotf go Yon mustnt go homo with such A looking faco as that Katie muttered somethingi aud taking off her bounot turned to the sink us if about to mako the improvements sug gested It chanced that just as Kntie was ngaiu about to depart Mine Kirk holder was amazed to find her couuto uanco oveu moro tremendous in gicaso than beforo What on enrth is tho matter with uskod Mmo K your face Katlo Why dout you wash away that grease Izo nfcard of dom yar ught doo talis said Katiefdiutly Whats thatr quoriod Mme K The uight doctors What in the uamo of goodueas is n uight doctor and what have they to do with ybu Why do night doctahs done cotcli yo roplied Kutio in n horrified Avhis per iui doy takestyu un blcods yo td dof Deed tley docai Dcy dotches yo Mi puts u plastuh ovopyo incmf so yo caat squall au lugs n pussou off somres nn1 bleeds em till Ucysdiid An dits wly I douo greases ull iouu uiy mouf Dats so uo plastah wont stick uu of day1 toohos mo Ill holler like a wildcat au yo bet deyll douo drap mo au niiteoy off Deed izo feared Mis Kukholdah to go outeu do dark onlcss my uunit is Mme K said uo more and greased when Katie slammed tho back gato er faoowas hkeuutonpau of lard Wiuh iuglou Star Wlmt Cmwr Raid ting ready to go home for tho night It THE BEST VALUES fJHVEM Shirts NeckAVcar Collars and Cuffs Gloves Handkerchiefs -- - Suspender line of burnishing Goodis n hvays Complete Our Oan t you use somo6f thess GooHsmbntibned below Underwear Hosiery Gents Garters sNOTJOKBi A beautiful PASS lino of Bo of oVory PENCILS most any kind you desire Prices tho lowest all colors TABLETS Tho lino em braces all grades from the cheapest paper to tho vory best linen goods Pspei Gbods BOOKS Description HAMMOCKS from 76e to 300 Como and see them HAIR CUItttEKS Purses Tooth Brushes PEN POINTS Crayons Shawl Straps Double Entry Books Receipt Books Draft Monthly and Weekly Books Bound in best to 100 periodicals of Single Entry Books Books Timo ooks cloth from 25 cents INKS AND MtJOILAQK JW Hair Brushes Combs Bill Files All kinds of blanks kept on hand Tracing Papef Drawing Paper Deeds Mortgages Legal and Fools Cap Paper Investigate our line of goods all kinds Jno D Babbage A littlo girl lately asked her mother how to pronounce OuxurH famous la I really dont know conic utterance was tho answer what to tell you When I studied Latin wo said Voui vidi vici exactly as it is spoiled A few yours lator they began to us what was called the continental pronunciation and said Veeuo veodo vceko Now I fuuoy your collegiate sister would toll us that it was Weeuo weedo Tho collegian was appealed to wceko No there accordingly mid announced is a later way htilL Wo say Wniuee woodeo weehee for tho vory latest As Lowell complained iu his old age who can pretend to keep up witli tho gibberish iu o which tho classics are bo iug turned by modern teachers of them Philadelphia Press Â¬ Â¬ Wall Paper and Window Shades J OB WORK finely Executed Estimates Furnished CONSUMPTION mcutary pauso wliilolio rhlscd his haua slowly aud calmly frocd Mb fnco from this cluuia covering mado a dramatic broak iu his dibcourao aud added to it a uatnruluohd which vividly intensified its solemn import In liko mauuartho final entry of CEdipns coming from tho pal- A Meuni or Disinfecting Wells aco after blinding himsolf was made Heavy rains nro apt to coutaminato thrilliugly real For n moment as ho wells and spread dis oaso hence Dr came upon tho stage the horror which Franck has brought uudcr tho notice of ho had wrought upon himself his tho Polytechnic society of Berlin a menus ghastly oyasockets his blood stained of disinfecting wells which ho employs faco was visible and then a gust of witli success It consists iu suspending wind lifted liismautloaudfluiigit about in tho mouth of the well aueurthonwaro his houd bo that nil wan concealed and dish containing DO to 100 grams a au osquihito pity for him wus aroused gram is about 1C grains of bromine whilo ho struggled painfully to rid him- Â¬ which being volatile iu air forms u solf of tho incumbrance by tho impend deuso vapor that Alls the well aud is tion of this petty unnoyauco upon his absorbed by tho water thus disinfecting mortal ngouy of body and of bouL it The water it is tiuo lias a slight Tho Couicdie IVaucahe at Orange tastoof bromine for a time but is whole by Thornus A Janvier iu Century bouio ouough m London Ulobo How It Was inquired And Wheres Sappoigh the returned clubman who was pontiiig Ik ho still courting that bright himsolf western girl She Oh uo replied his fricud jollied him for six mouths or more and fooled him at lust Ah with n sympathetic sigh nho rejected him did she DeNot much Sho married hiai troit Troo Press The EnsjlUli Bldler Au English soldier coming on duty was hoard ro say to his comrade Woll Jim whats tho orders at this post Jim replied Why tho orders isyonro uevcr to leave it till youre killed aud if you seo any othor man leaving it youre to kill him Rocollectious of General Sir John a Military Lifo Adgo Iu skilled labor such as that of the blacksmith wagou niakor shoemaker aud the liko tho proportion of foreign to native labor in tho United States i uot so largo as in unskilled labor The winter of 1812 aud 181U was one of tho most severe over known iu Russia n fact which partially explains the terrors of the retreat from Moscow I TheAppalachicola iug river in Florida took its uamo from that of au Iudiau town ou its banks Apalachicoli meau Â¬ au old towu or fort AS THE ROMANS SAW chaczowski He took up his pcuagaiu and scratch- Â¬ ed mo a picture of a whip called the plet which has three tails of twisted leather with bits of metal nt tho tips It is a little less deadly thuu tho kuout but an expert logger cau kill his victim at the fifth stroke There is a difference iu flopging with tho kuout and with tho plot Die kuout like tho English cat is laid across tho back Tho three tails of tho plet score the back downward from tho nape of tho neck to tho loins IT S Govt T4flT and every stroke properly given carries away three btrips of skin uud bitos well into tho flesh Yes M Sochaczowski had seen many comrades suffer under To Pretext To what end the plet protout was to bo tied up oneself Tho vory flogger rau the risk of being cut to pieces with knout or plet if he failed to kill or maim his victim St Pauls Fashion Chances Mrs Stylo I want a hat but be iu the latest style it must TASTE Shopman Kindly tako a chair mad Â¬ am aud wait a few minutes The fash Â¬ London Tit Bits ion is just changing NEATS Â¬ E W Bagby a prominent lawyer of Paducali Ky Bays that Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey cured his children of whoop Ins cough when all things else failed Its a now remedy for all coughs For sale by Short llaynee Cloverport Dr R II McMullia McDaniels M Meyer Co Burns A Taylor Rpeetta W E Brown Irvingtea Ky A A Rleh ardion QarfioldKy A R Morris Big Spring Ky W O Moorman Glwii deane Ky P Sherroti Bros St Co Kirk Ky Iletvee SeeU Uardlftsburx Ky Clasle Performance Iu the Old Thea Â¬ ter at Orange Of scenery in the ordinary senso of tha word there was uouo at all What we saw was tho real thing Iu tho open lug scoiio of ffidipns tho king com Â¬ ing forward through the royal portal and across tho raised platform in tho rear of tho stage did literally cutor from tho palaco and did descend tho palace steps to tho publio place where Creou and the priests awaited him It was a direct reversal of tho or- Â¬ dinary effect in the ordinary thoater where tho play loses in realism bocauso a currout of ueceasarlly appreciated but purposely rejected antagonistic fact uu derruns the conventional illusion aud compels us o perceive that tho palaoo is but painted cauvas aud even on tho largest stago only four or five times as high as the prince Tho palace at Or- Â¬ ange toworiug up as though it would touch tho very heavens and obviously of veritablo stone was a most peremptory reality The fortuitous accessory of the trees growing olose beside the stago added to the outdoor effect still another very vivid touch of realism aud this was holghtoned by the swaying of the branch- Â¬ es aud by the gracious motion of the draperies under the fitful pressure of the strong gusts of wind Indeed the mistral took a very telling part in the performance Players lees perfect in their art would have beeu disconcerted Ify it but those of the Goisedie Francalse were quick to perceive and to utilise its artUtlapawrbiiMesA IaUnwjrtasMs A Â¬ f the IMtlent That UU SufferinfcJ Mj Be Letwntd The successful trcatment of cOnsumpM tion mid by this is meant making the suiferrbMwMbl to bear his burden if not actually Siting it from1 his should deis is lnijrly a question of nursing If tho diKciuo has already gained a foot hold medicino iu most instances is of no avail except iu postponing tho evil day and oveu if it wore otherwise a few general rules would bb jnst as essential to iusuio tho comfort of the patient whilo recovery is going oa In tho first place then woimutun dorstaud exactly the condition of thty consumptive not ho ninch by ascertahr ing tho location and extent of his disease as by familiarizing ourselves with his1 tempornmeut hid likesaud dislikes and ubovo all with his powerof cntrarnhco aud resistant If wo will bear these things lnTirrod SEVEN HANDED EUCHRE wo mayboubfe to do all that is possible DeflnlU rolnW Clrrn That Will Citable for tho nick ono namely toepable him One to llujr tho Oamc to withstand tho onslaught Of the diri For pleasure puro and slmplo 6cven eaco until nature shall gain tho control- Â¬ handed cuchro clubs may bo cited ns ling hand Bo successful is this method inodols The gaino is played with a full of treatment that it often TCsultfflaii pack of curds aud the joker is used corapleto or at least a temporary euro Sovcn cards nro dealt to each player Consumption is ouo of thbiriostdo giving Hist threo and then four and vitalizing of diseases Not only doeslt leaving four on tho tabic This quartot attack tho lungs butthe actioir of tntr- lis dubbed tho widow nervous system is sooner orlater seri Â¬ Tho player ou tho left of tho dealer ously interfered with tho digesti6n im- Â¬ makes tho first bid of 3 S 4 6 0 or 7 paired and tho simplest form of excite Â¬ tricks naming tho suit tho highest bid ment ronders oven tho circulation of tho Igctting it Tho bidding is dono iu turn blood dangerous from being overactive Tho person who becurcs tho bid then We shall como nearest to striking at selects threo other players partners tho root of all theso troubles if wo direct ithus pitting four against threo If tho our energies toward limiting the fre- Â¬ bidder wins ho and his partners each quency and scrorityof the ceugb aud in count the amount bid If ho fails ho is ths we have not ourv to follow tho ad-ieuchrod and tho threo opponents count vico of tho physician taking care that each tho amount bid Whilo ono can hii directions aro exactlycarried out play a quiet steady gamo taking uo but wo must givo careful attention to risks aud holding high cards or the nursing joker play for n euchro tho spirit of ex To prevent tho first paroxysm of cougn itroino feminine politeness engendered ing which is usually incited iu tho by this fad of tho hour requires that a murulng by tho exortion of rising u person holding the joker should bid tho warm cup Of tea or an oggnog should bo limit sovcn thereby always introduc- Â¬ toien bofdio tho patient loaves the bbd ing nu olcmeut of chanco iu tho contest A glass of something warm like hot and giving each one moro show milk or gruel should also be taken be Â¬ Prizes nro played for A certain num Â¬ foro retiring and plenty of timo should ber of points gained can bo tho limit or be allowed iu preparing for the bed a given period of time as agreed upon Tho patient should sleep in blaukts Tho ouo holding tho highest uumbor of and n Ihisd of warm drink afionld Iia points at tho decisive moment Avius placed withlu reach iu case he should1 Philadelphia Press wnko through the uight If tho preaenoo of food iu tho stomach Ilouaokeeplng at Eium causes tho reappearance of tho cough Mrs Itobort Louis Stovensou says that suitable preparation housekeeping in Samoa was uot so idyl- Â¬ after meals some bo used to hasten the us it might seem Her supplies came of pepsin should lic digestiou and from New Zealand or Australia ouco a should be taken au hour or twos rest immediately after tho mouth so that if sho wanted a bottlo of moaL Y6uthJ Companion bluing or n bug of flour for instance sho had to end half across tho Pacific to We Are Slave to GreeeV got it Tho uativo diet was all woll If to bo free is to live ia aooantrji enough for a fow weeks but as it con- Â¬ tno uuitod utates where you are Is sisted almost sololy of fruit and fish It mortal dread of the press and thb po began to pall ou European palates Housekeeping iu this South Boa paradise lice where you are heartily ashamed of Having any one connected with you en of romances had othor drawbacks pargaged iu politics where corruption ticularly iu tho matter of expense which was fully six or soveu times as roigus iu every department of the gov great Mrs Stevenson says as livingon erumeut aud tho municipalities where the only aristocracy is that of wealth u corresponding scalo iu San Francisco As for society theres more of it tothf and not of honor aud where the liberal squure inch in Samoa than in any other1 professions ar all counted1 lower than Wall street where iu effect mm are placo I know says Mrs Steveusou but it apieurs to bo largely of the llviug tho veritable slaves of greed aud tjaiu why give mo the old fashioned slavery picture kind of tho old country aud the dotaiuatioa How Jonei TropeMd of Bonie recognised hoase whteh is at Jones Miss Arabella do ytu like loost tho fouutaiu of honor cabbage Ouo doesut have toapologiaeia Bag Arabella What a strange question laud for goiug to court bat it seen a I Mr Jones necessity iu Airierla if one U ia any I know it is a strange question but way connected with the White Hesse please auswer it When I flwt came here I thoagiifc a Yes Mr Jonoi I am vegr foadoff momborof thehoasof reweeeitativM cabbage held a position at least aiaigoaa to the Ah I am glad to hear that I average member of parliament I find Why ou tho contrary lie if aboat as uttuh Your liking cabbage goes to show esteemed as auoutaide broker oathel that we woro boqi for ouch other I ddte Stock Exchange and for naeh the ou corned beef Why should net we reasons x em pie oar tulita our fortunes Iu 450 there wen a drosgbt a4rtwi Ob Mr JcHiesi ine all over south Kwope Is Halyptrt They will be married uext weekl eatsate OwirehlWwB It wm eesipiUed- Barton Traveller Care I Â¬ Â¬ BANK or HAEDINSBTJEG Capital Stock 25 i u 000 Surplus 97 000 B V DKARD Pruldanti WILL MILLER Vlo PrilUni M H BEARD OaiMtr a W BEAKD 1 MORRIS BSKRIDUtfJKM JOLLY - -- DCrs Ut- - INTEREST PAID 0N TIME DEPOSITS ladies Friend TRAD Tl Safe and Sar liAJtr KflVhlte CroM lmnle TbBleM a IrueITemale Be Â¬ nlator Guaran teed or money re funded tnni WUIH poBoxeis 8T XOUIS f votrrDrsd a Ut doei not keel iTloe 3Ci f PACTS POSITIONS GUARNTEED under reaionable condition Po not r It cat not be done until von tend forfreti 120tK drXughtonS pnAtrncAt ekuiosrue BUSINESS COLLEGE atd School of Short hand TypewriUng and 1 elegraphv 4 WEEKS by Draughtoni method of tetrh Ing book keeping It equal to 12 WEEKS 1 old method It expcidi more money In the Interest ofll Employment Department than hair thr bUllnei collegei in the touth take In as tuition IU ndorsed b- - Hankers Merchants an stronicl practical book keepers all over the United ijUttl Keasonable rates of tuition Cheap boari Open to both texts 600 student patfyeai representing 30 btates and Tlrritoiles It lis alio preparedoookt for mJ I NASnvlfLETENN r ent on 60 days trial When vou write ttnlal AdllM F DrauetunPret iKILTTtmMilhl Tenn N II It pvscih for vacintlesaa boot keepers stenographers teachers etc reporte proslded It fills same HOME BTUDVV J 1A The Old Reliable 1 or U ITtUlllfshvd 88 ear Treats ej snaln married or single in esiSa--o- f poeure abases excesses orlmproj aUARANTEKU Mohrdand stfiari bKILL SjaesMM rrtents f uVnlslied Ulaakaad Booh freey CeJIorvrHe lIM r4lf tEBvtl hndlrd Constipatfoir Biliousness Cause tffcere I Sick headachei Pains in the bAdcy SaHew compiixiorr Loss of appetite and Exhaustion Isoaly tne care vrhfcuis MM0R9W OfflClLLirS Me PiHk PiH touches Ike liver anj remove the bile One Tonic Pallet iiigbtly acle i gentle laxative ia keepiBg the boyvel opea reatoree the digeetive oraae tone up the nervous system and makes uev rich Mood Complete treatmenV tw medicines one price sje Treatise aad sample free at say store JIMWK HT8 OO Mess amaBmxsBammtKx Ti ma Nfl B L that ft8030 Tjnatali f af AW M people porithoyV UiiULteAaaW the aohMHHod MiauoifteiDsiefa- CHiMpus by Tlrwtla- titelesg white Veovdr ef tlt of - lataa In blind propjiet so his faos wh hidden aud Ms utterance oboked hf it Msdtbe wo- - titf HuWelvk blw ftte4e ta4MeM JebH I wurr iTry eiVew xetiox m m4 ettNMtt fit twl m- wi C e UUilfl flVUel A iHllilleXelll oM caalljuuujQBlAuaQB M MU a Mi tJM tetleau teW TmjIIi 4luk alm K wAAbttL rw MMMMaIML -- ii ljmxrm ftgw Awarded the fft Sj - jtffiiip fJf yVfSjm BiiBiOKHNHirGR Hilars oixO VJempb riI vr TT7- r v yffifjkl 3T ip TjSc9JT JW MTW-TfW MHMr T 7 kv J Vests foftyoujgrocerlM j OllOCS BIIOCB PERSONAL Bandy returned home Miss Sunday Thos Walkins returned homo Satur Â¬ day ovcnlng Rouben Miller Hardinsburg was in town Saturday - Miss Allleno Murray went to Owens boro Saturday Misses Eva and Eliza May spent tho 4th in Louisville P S Miller came in from Bowling Green last week Miss May Conner returned from Itock port Ind yesterday Mrs R B Pierce visited Mrs V Dan Â¬ iel of Hardinsburg last week Caleb Dorsoy and Cal Kaiser of Lou isvllleppent the 4th in ttiis city Mr Aaron G Martin Greenville is visiting his aunt Mrs J A Barry Mrs Wm Mullen and daughter Miss Stella returned from Owcnsboro Mon Â¬ day W J Piggott Irvington and Jeff Hook Hardinsburg wero in tho city yesterday Maxlo Miss Susie Bowles of Owpnsboro will UNION STAR Mr O T Cftfllmian spent several days in Louisville recently Mrs R B Cox is at home after a visit to her sister in Louisvillo Miss Eunlco Crosson of Clovorport Is visiting relatives near hero Miss Richardson and Miss Haynes re- Â¬ turned from Brandenburg Monday Rev Chas Myers will preach here tho second Sunday and Sunday evening Miss Edna Davis of Rouo Ind was the guest of Miss Eliza Brashear Sunday Mr J J Severs of Louisville is spending ills vacation with his family here Mr E B Gardner attended tho Sun Â¬ day School Convention at Cross Roads the 4th Mrs Ida Severs left Sunday for Owcns- Â¬ boro to attend tho trial of her brother Â¬ Views of Well Known People Caught On the Ply Jeff Sterrclt says tho ticket and plat Â¬ form is a combination hard to beat f BUtrGS at Vests in eriUICtn VUIICU m CREAM William F Carman Buras has been gfaaGeifa pension Havo you seen the now vegetable I FOR THAT VV f H toeing boskcUfat SulWfl Stephens dont like tho form but will vote for Ifardin Jas G plat- Â¬ Have you ever tried to seo how far a dollar goes in our grocery department Vests If money grew on bushes it wouldnt be afnyeasler to pick it tlian it is to eavo it by purchasing your gdbds fr6m us Squlro Jarrott says It gives universal satisfaction and he dont know of a Democrat but what will support it Scott Cart It pleases everybody in my country and will go through with a whoop reboi FGaiirig L M rl Pi V I Buy One of our BAKING JU JPOWDIR MOST PERFECT MADE pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free torn Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant dO YEARS TH1J STANDARD A Vests Wo To bo convinced is to inspect want you to como and seo for yourself and prico our goods that you can savo moaoyVestfl Kotlce to Subieriberi Tlie ilsle on the lubcl Indicate the time to which your subscription li piilil Thl serves a receipt an expiration notice every both week Examine the date printed after Tour name on the margin of thin paper and ce If It la correct If not correct please to let us know If your time has expired please renew at once Breckenridge WEDNESDAY JULY News 10 1895 LOCAL BREVITIES Call at Martins and try Ills Ice cream only 6c asauder Only a few more hammocks left Get one this week Eu1zers Old papers for sale at this ofllce only 2c a pound In bundles A few more screen doors left closing out the lot cheap Sulzers The Acme Brick Compauy is shipping six cars of brick a day to Louisville Capt Nat Ahl has sold half of his farm in Toblns bottom to Con Simons Tbg man or woman who hasnt but a few dollars to spend should visit Vests If you are going a hunting come to us A 25 gun for 10 Sul How is this i Shetjff Silas Tate came down Wednes Â¬ day evening to escort ColMatt ODoherty 16 Hardlnspurg The Col couldnt have fallen into better hands It is the talk in railroad circles that the Texas will shortly extend its train service to Evansvlllo Ind over the L N as soon as tho latter completes the construction of tho doublo track west ot Pigeon creek Tho members of Elm Street Metho Â¬ dist church are hoping to refurnish their church with new pews Thoy all feel that it is a thing that ought to be dono Let everyone do something and it will not bo hard on any ono Now is the timo for every ono to tako hold of tho matter Tho Addison picnic was a success ex Â¬ cept in the matter of something to eat Most everyone in attendance expected a good old fashioned barbecued dinner in which they were sadly disappointed Otherwise it passed off pleasantly Mr Addisons fine largo business house was thrown open to tho youngsters who en joyod tho merry dance to tho full Thero wero at least 200 Cloverporters in attendance and all hungry spend povoral weeks with Miss Salllo Daniels Miss Cornelia Ditto of Brandenburg is visiting her cousin Miss Addie Louiso Babbago Miss Bertha Hawkins returned Friday from a visit to relatives and friends at Owcnsboro Miss Ora Alexander went to Hardins- Â¬ burg Monday to visit her aunt Mrs Mary S Haynes Miss Eugene Fowler Louisville cauio down Monday to visit Miss Lctltla Fry STEPHENSPORT Mrs Poland Smith spent a few days in Louisyille last week Miss Georgia Hawkins made a trip to Louisville last week and returned Mon Â¬ day Mr Eddie Brashear wife and son Wllber of Hawesville spent last Sunday with his sister Mrs It J Nappcr Little Miss Sue Brashear of Louisville camo Sunday morning to spend the sum Â¬ mer willi her aunt Mrs K J Napper Mrs Hickersonafter spending a pleas Â¬ ant week with her widowed sister Mrs Kofi returned to her home at the Falls of Sinking Wo are always anxious for the tday to como to get the News for wo hear and read of so many dear friends through tho News Stephensport looms up again on this bright arena this time in the shape of a barrel factory Abe Bennett will start it If you want barrels give him your order Tho Bisters of the Methodist church feel thankful for the great patronage of their friends at the ico cream supper given in aid of the church having made over 30 Mrs Allie Smith and her husband of Louisville are visiting her father If B McCoy and friends also her sister She will spend sev- Â¬ Miss Grace McCoy eral days at their old home Mr Sam Reynolds of Rome has jut returned after spending several weeks with hla wife at ler brothers Jas H Lays Gas City He speaks very highly of Gas City and that section of Indiana Tho friends of Thos Brashear of Pres Â¬ ton were sorry to hear of his death bo soon after losing his wife just a few days Uncle Tom as he between them was generally called was highly respect ed by all who knew him He has gono to hla reward alter a long and useful Â¬ sers When you have physicians prescript Ions o fill call at Martins and get his prices Eeavoyour orders for ice cream at Mar Â¬ tins or call by and tako n pint or quart homo Mr Jas Lewis is the boss gardenor in the cabbage line has some that will not go into a hogshead Cattle and hogs are active and firm willi an upward tendency Hogs are 10 to 20 cents higher Mrs Dan Carroll nee Miss Minnie Weisenberger died at her homo in Lou isville Saturday night If you want bargains in drugs and medicines go to Chaa C Martins practical prescription druggist W II Brumficld near Union Star has two fine milch cows for sale and is ottering them at a bargain Dr R L Newsom is now right in it Has had his office for cinch players nicely papered and indeed it looks cozy The Oelze Bros have bought about 10000 bushels of wheat at 60 cents f o b They say the quality is not so good as last years crop Glass and tin cans for fruit and vegeta- Lble canning See receipt for canning yfyegeatables under big advertisement this week Sulzers W O Allon agent for IbeTexa flays business is looking up both in frelaht nd passengers He sold on tne 4th 42 excursion tickets James Burncttanold and substantial farmer living between this city and Hawesvllle died last Monday- - lie was more than eighty years old Conrad Jones of Glondeane was in tho city yesterday enrouto for Louisville Says ho bad about 1100 bushels of Ballard for wheat Sold to Ballard 70 cents xW D Holt threshed thirteen acres pf wheat which averaged forty bushels to the acre If any roan in Breckenridge an beat this we should like to hear frosa him Ghlckasba I T Uto town in which Judge Adklssonliveflwas id ji line of tie Western cyclone Several houses In the town were blown down but to Uvea reported lost Next Saturday will be pay day out at the Victoria mines Thereare about ifty men working tiierqgwf Thoforee HU be increased as soon as the mines get in shape for work Have yo65eu the new washing ma-With it you can wash eiilae at Sulaera a4big washing with oneliand churn with the otberand talk to your neighbor over tlie back fence all at tho eamo time Get one Tlie Texas west bound train on the Wing of the 4th handled 043 passen sjefsbetweeBLoulsYllleand Henderson iHtlslfi about the largest single run la tlte history of the road Mr Yawter was Uw eeflductor tllta Efdna Brows Stephens of Chicago asd Mba Clara Tattersoa will give an Wootttloaary Iteeltal cotwtetlng of bu- morons aad dialect selections at the SnpUflt church in Stepheasport July 11 Fopttkr price 10 aad IS eente Mrs Nancy Sklllman paei her 93d WrtluUy Ut Friday Mrs Sklllman Is Mtoog the plilaft woBwnlaiUis county Â¬ r f mire Patcsville Mr and Mrs Will Dean of Glendeane were in tho city Saturday tho guests ot Miss Cora Weathcrholt Mr E A Baldwin and wife are in the city They camo oyer from Mor gantown in n buggy Miss Fannie Calvard and Mr John McCarty Louisville spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs W O Allen Robt McGavock Columbia Mo who has been visiting his uncle Randall Mc- Â¬ Gavock returned homo Monday Mr A M Hardin Lodiburg came down Saturday to get a prescription fill Â¬ ed for his little child who is very sick Mrs James Lewis and children altera pleasant visit to relatives and friends at Hardinsburgreturned home Monday Mis3 Bernico Wheeler Hardin Grove Ind who has been visiting Miss Kate Weatherholt Tobinsport returnoi homo Tuesday Mrs Edward Caldwell and Miss Sudie Stader of Louisville are tho guests of relatives They will visit the Tar Springs Mr Alfred Miller a prosperous farmer of tho New Bethel neighborhood accom Â¬ panied by his most excellent wife was in town Friday Charlie B Bates who has been attend ing school at Mossy Creek Tenn for four years returned to hh homo at Vat tingly Saturday Dr J M Howard and daughter Miss Verrilla aiftl Mies Eflle Wilson went to Caunelton Saturday to visit his brother Dr 11 M Howard Louis Mattingly formerly of this city but now of St Louis Mo is spending several weeks with his parents Mr and Mrs O B Mattingly Misses Mamie Logan of Troy Ind and Geneva Sandueky of Central City will be tho guests of Mr and Mrs J II Â¬ v Logan for ono week Dr Rico Pennington and wife Mr A Gueuther and vjlla and Mr Tennelly of Owensboro came up Monday to spend life Miss Edna Stephens of Spottsvllle and Miss Clara Patterson of Evansvlile rV KIV - will give an entertainment in elocution Thursday night July 11 in tho Stephens port Baptist church Admission adults 15cta childron lOcts Let everybody como and enjoy this instructive enter- Â¬ tainment The many friends of Mr Grafton Cun Â¬ ningham will regret to know that he has severed his connection with the firm of McConnell Cunningham and accepted a position with one of tho largest pro duceand commission houses in New Yprk Cliy We aro sorry to loee you Cralpan bat wo wish you pod epeed There will bo a Bible entertainment given atthe Stephensport Baptist church Friday nigbt July tho 10th by Mr Geo Kendrick of Louisville Mr Kendrick needs no introduction to this community as he is one of tho firm of Wm Ken drlckV fjons jewelers Louisvillo and nearly everybody knows tho firm by rep Â¬ Mr Kendrick will present utation piany o the most important views of the Admission adults 15 cents and Bible children IQ ceata Let everybody como several weeks at tho Tar Springs Mrs S O Yeager and her little grand- Â¬ daughter Josle Yeager returned homo Sunday after a pleasant visit to relatives in Oldham county and Louisvillo The following composed a party from Hardinsburg yesterday to the Tar Springs Misses Stella Soott Daisy Mer- Â¬ cer Messrs Edward Beard and E E Sutton Mr Augustus Lewis of New Madrid Missouri arrived in tho city last week He is in his 70th year and is in perfect health Mr Lewis will remain some few weeks circulating among his many relatives and friends Carlt Richardson I am out of poli- Â¬ There Is tics and am not a candidate only one ofilco in this world that I would havo now It takes just one voto to get I am alter that ono vote it Why Hardin has always been Hardin my man Rather vote for him than any It wasnt Hardin I man in the Slate Mr Cooper It was Convention Rev S O Allen P E preached two was fighting in the Like a flash Go through 10 to 1 grand sermons at this placo last Saturday It isnt in tho books to beat it and and Sunday Carlt rushed out after that ono vote Mr James Mlnary of Louisville spent several days with his aunt Mrs Wm We aro all together Matthias Miller Milnerlast week now shouting for Democratic Buccess and Miss Ro Bards of Missouri lefi Sun Â¬ well win too In November Gold men and day for louisvillo after a visit o Mr D silver men aro all for tho ticket S Richardsons family I hear a good deal ol Bill Smith Rov Wm Cashmati of Owcnsboro and guest Of his daughter and son talk In Hardinsburg of the Populists was the Democrats combining to elect Smith several days last week Cliarlio Waggoner to tho Legislature Dr and Mrs Wm L Milner Miss Ro Blanford will bo tho Republican noml- Bards and Mr R O Richardson attend nee Wllson is not In it ed the picnic at Addison the 4lh MUs Suo Brashear is spending the F J Ferry I superintended tho bor Â¬ summer with her brother and grand Â¬ ing of a number of oil wells in Pennsyl- Â¬ vania when tho buslncsswas In its first mother Mrs Porter of Midway Ky The indications stages of development Teachers Meeting will be held at the residence of Mr and Mrs E Crosson there were not near so good as thoy are If wo dont In the well at Hawesvllle Wednesday evening Dont forget it get a good oil well at Hawesvllle I will Rev Wm Cashman delivered a ser- Â¬ worst fooled man in tho world mon in tho M E church South Wed Â¬ bo tho Mr Ferry had just returned from Hawesnesday evening to a good congregation ville Ho was full of oil bllingover Miss Mag Cart Mrs Ida Severs Mr and smelt like a Pennsylvania oil king Floyd Chappell Mrs Jolly and Mr and Mrs G R Cox spent tho 4th at Addison Just home from Smith Waggoner Say to tho Mrs Emory Crosson and Mrs Belle tho Populist Convention Ackerinan visited relatives and friends peoplo that Thos S Petltt will be the in Rome Ind last week Thoy report next Governor of Kentucky it very pleasant visit A B Sklllman I spent the 4th most Rev F N Hartford has only two or It pleasantly at tho picnic at Ekron threo moro appointments hero Ills was tho finest looking crowd of people I members will realize his worth and their have seen in a long tirao I never was loss when he has gone treated moro courteously in my life Mr and Mrs E A Richardson and daughter Sara Ellen of Loulsvlllespcnt Whats everyEugeno Kingsburry lost week with their parents Mr and bodys business is nobodys business If Mrs D S Richardson tho roof on tho M thodist church is not Miss Mary Do Richardson and little attended to immediately therell bo no niece Miss Sara Ellen Richardson of uso for now pews Louisville celebrated tho 4th In tight good style and invited all their friends The ticket couldnt W E Minor to particpate have been improved upon oven with my Quarterly Meeting was held at this name at tho end of it Dont hear any dis I predict a place the 0th and 7th Owing to the satitfaction any whore Wheat II a mans inclemency of the weather the attend- Â¬ sweeping majority ance was not largo but those present out of debt and dont owo anybody my were treated to very eloquent and able advice would bo for him to hold his There is a shortage in the crop sermons from the Presiding Elder Rev wheat and I look for the price to advance But S C Allen If a man owes money tho best thing ho Dr and Mrs Wm Mllnorand daught- Â¬ can do is to sell on the first market and er entertained to tea tho evening of the Beans I am trying get out of debt 0th The invited guests wero Mr and beans this year rather as an experiment Mrs E A Richardson and daughter acres planted and they aro Louisville Mr and Mrs D S Richard- Â¬ I have sevon looking fine too Have a Etandlng offer son and daughters Mersrs R C Rich Tho of 2 a bushel for all I can raisa Miss Ro Bards ardsou James Mlnary seven acres out to yield me 200 bushels and Dr and Mrs Wm L Milner this will pay bettor even than wheat My neighbor Addison corn or tobacco Bucklens Arnica Salve It takes progressive Tho Best Salve in tho world for Cuts has in 40 acres Wo must vary our Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever larming in this age What tho crops or we are not in it Sores TotterChappcd HandsChilblalns and all Skin Eruptions and pos Â¬ Democrats in this county have to do Is Corns itively cures Piles or no pay required to put up someboby to beat Blanford It is guaranteed to give perfect satis Â¬ Ho will bo tho nominee and In my faction or money refunded Price 25 opinion will be easier beaten this time It will take a good cents per box For salo by A R Fisher than ever before hustling Democrat to do it I will bo In Big Speaking good shape to mako tho race for Com- Â¬ Saturday July 20 05 at Cloverport missioner next term and I am icoing to there will be a grand old fashioned pic- Â¬ win it I think I could run that ofllce nic given by the colored Baptist church to perfection of Cloverport in tho beautiful Lallcist grove The greatest attraction will be speaking on the silver and gold question by tho Hon D R Murray of Clover The one with steady nerves port and Hon D W Fairlelgh of That brain Louisville To the voters both wlilfe and a clear everybody and hear means in nine cases out of and colored come tho subject discussed that so much con- Â¬ ten the man with a good cerns us as follow citizens and whereas A Ripans Tabule this unsettled question must bo ulti- Â¬ digestion mately submitted to the voters dinner may save to- Â¬ after Candidates for various offices would do morrows business well to be present Committee Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Straw Hats THE LATEST Shapes at prices that are refreshing to a man on a hot day Buy a Straw Hat SULZERS J O NOLTE Assignee So eimplo is the method as used in tho large canning factories to can all kinds oi vegetables in tin cans any farmer can do it himself Tako tho Tomatoes or any kind of vegr tablo to he canned and pack them in tin cans raw the fresher they are off tho vines tho bcttcJ fill cans full then fill with water placo lid on seal it up with solder wo havo an outfit for 25 cents then when sealed placo cans in a kettle of hot water and boll for a half hour until you think they are done then tako out and punch a hole in tho top to let steam blow out when done blowing drop some solder on tho holo and they are ready for the labels Tons of vegetables that are wasted can be saved by this method We havo cans for vegetable canning CANNED TOMATOES OUT THIS OUT Picnic Goods w IKS tifh m Let us supply you with your Pop Corn Candies Fruits Etc We are Head quarters and Cheaper than anybody Fruit Jars going at Cost Send us your orders jjevitt State Qough BRANDENBURG KY Wholesale and Retail DRUGGISTS We handle the best Whiskies and Brandies in the gteBBBBBBBBlagsgBffiffigg Which Man Wins eveiffVfeVlV Jemember that the Irvington Milling Go Continue to buy your And make the Notice to Trustees and Teachers h fMBtaiMljriiawottaiaaU liuiAto4 a iwr my bWs Wrjt M Tho Brcckenrldgo County Teachers Institute for tho current school year will be held at Hardinsburg beginning on Monday July 22d 1805 and will con- Â¬ tinue five days All In this county who are teachors of tho graded common schools in cities of tho filth and sixth daises who hold State Diploma Stale Certificate or County certificate or who contemplate applying for a certificate to teach in the common schools of this county aro required under penalty of forfeiting the right to hold a certificate Kotietv to attend the full session of this Insti- Â¬ The1 Breckenridge Co Limited train tute unless they have a contract to makes three trips dally during the week teach elsewhere and have attended or and two eo Sundays 25 ceats round caa attend in that county A failure to trip to the Tar Spriage not teach during this Bchool year docs not exempt a teacher Ho must attend or forfeit Ida certificate You wlir tako uote and govern yourselves according to ilveakhThi secret ofhealth is Section 140 in the School Law Andrew Dhiskkli Supt the power todigest and assim- Â¬ FH0QRAM Of Breckenrldgo Medical and Surgical Society which meets at Cloverport Illpaut Tabulcs may be obtained through your nearest druggist Price 59 cents a box DOG ORDINANCE All persons llrlnjr within the corporate Units of the City or Clorerport Ky ire re- Â¬ quired to comply with ordlnanoe No 18 Seo 1 2 and 3 of said ordinance by oalllng on F N Dlluy City Clerk and procuring a check by paying the tax on same within 39 days aad from this date July2 1895 Wheat Corn Hogs Cattle Sheep T7- July 18th Dr J W Meador Typhoid Fever Dr A M Kincheloe Eutero Colitis Wounds of tho Scalp Dr S S Watklns Tho Society Discussion JN0 A UAHIIV Mayor Every physician in tho county is invited and urged to be present at this Steps will bo taken to orga meeting Ai administrator of the eitaU of J A Mur Â¬ nUi a tr county society composed ol ray dtccaied I will at my uffloo door Clover- Â¬ Hardin Meade and Breckenrldgo coun- Â¬ port Ky on Thursday July 11 1893 our at puniio outcry 10 me aignest uiuuor mo sr ties Visitors welcome sonil asssts of itld estate consisting tn part R T Dempster Pres of the following Lin L brarv a lot of nils ceiuneous books one set zz vois anoyciQ Milton Board Jr Secy one Ore Â¬ Flour Meal and Mill Feed on the market Fertilizers Corn Planters Hay Rakes Wheat Drills Studebakor and Old Hickory Wagons Buggies and Spring Wagons and tho only reliable Self Binderand Mower Binder Twino etc with a guarantee on each article We sell nothing but flret class goods at at prices to suit times Remember the best is the cheapest in tho long run Your inspection patronage and correspondence respectfully solicited best Administrators Sale A Wo sell Salt Brick Shingles Uement Bono Meal Corn Wheat and Tobacco il - Secret of Beauty ttiut ptomwwm Kt Do you know this iaMBl KdaUltl AMHMIM bint muSi ofJm ifoiitWeUuta a Tuttat Liver Pilk are an abso fc1riiJ1UWiV dys JL faB IxittOirUll HtV J iliil 160 ilate a proper quanity of food This cati never- - be done when the liver does not act its part Monunsati We have a Whitney granite monu ment 12 ft high which will weigh nine thousand poumle catalogue price 400 We will sell this for 200 as wo ueed and Â¬ The New Teachers The school board met last woek and elected the following teachers Prof J II Logan Principal j Miss M O Green First Assistant Mies Lutle Moorman Second Assistant and Miss AunaRaitt Primary Department The salary of the Principal was cut from4 f85 per month to 80 First Assistant from V0 to f 40 and Second Asalstaut and Primary depart Â¬ ment from J40 to 30 pedla Ilrittannica writing desks nrnf combination salo and soma householl goods and other things Menu 01 nao For amounts of fire dollars and under cash For amounts orer Are dollars a In band llond credit of nine months will b glren with approved security will bo rcqulrsd of tba purohaser bearing 0 per ont Interest from date until paid 11 wJ Piggott IRVINGTON L 10 NEVYSOM Adtar Clorerport Ky Juue 1BJ kaaaaw R N Miller ATTORNEY at LAW Will practice in all the Courts Couaty and iH70undiBg District 1 iWVkAASSVVW1VW HARDINSBURG KY Got your laundry packages ready I boy to call every Tuesday returning Saturdayr E C BabbarAgt will Uayo MILLING CO IRYItfGTON KY la the lutccure fiwsickheadche Mi bensia iouratoflwteh rrialaria ZfaUMtt mImm wtt nyalW wtMUly coiwtlpatton iorptcl liver piles tawtUfrlBRliin wwfr 3tKnHkSan WndTeeF U6ii fever bljioW Maw Hm oT Wte bH hoakUs m BOYAL Bmkia Powder ncss and klntfteo tttaeases MrtI mIow at BnWsBfna or 18 caJa Wgimttx n m ttNWM iM iMHrtTH Km M NOTICE system I have adopted the strictly and caa not must have money We ako have a with retail coal buftint jcH granite 8 It high which weighs uralh coal except for cash Please do We will wA thU for 128 not ak for credit as I will be compelled 4040 pounds Other stock In proportion Any one to rtfue always wnd the woaey with wanting oodaftd timf wfk bow thuenkr LvMp1 seal 1 per ad bf 30 bushels 7 par bastiljltv year titne Call on ch Jr FOWEMS T la Ut Mb ttijF Afr TWtR lfawl HanMLcas ark toi OTHcnaauTA Mtfelallr for 4 to rWkf U PINK MIXTURE rwuJf nU Mmt 1 1 Gtis Bro wn ATTORNEY AT LAW 2 OLOVERPOjir iTABLERSDII BUCKEYE i ky I m m Ma m b Mr ua WiirtiK Tml rtMuattolU m4 W U rMkm ao W Oe Harm HImm WrH4UUrfMitnUn r m4 IhHiwiIiIi W Flaw K B PIKRCJC III j - fe fm lll 0T m B m jm M M f OBlM wt Drl4 K Marray KatHd ot OINTMENT CUBES A I Illll PiUt P Barnae S JEinchuloe NOTHING WTHIES AxrqiiNEYXT LAW SURE atnd CERTAIN CURE -- Uw Tutts Liver Pilta Children Cry for Bol d Pitotwii OitttrUb by SHORT HAYNES Hwtliiaiburg Ky GafltyMM JUin HirMt Mxt door north of poatoflioe BEST REMEDY ffcr HOtJt 1 knew for IV years m mi 1 INIUMM MY ALI KatVCMHaiHl na fMiHS V 8 Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S THE BRElOKElNlilDaJBl NEWS Govt Report Warren May Warron Macy Joseph Trent Rcci ss 15 minutes SInglDg Distribution of blanks for use in school and remarks by County Superintendent Miscellaneous Business O S B C oloy hhoport ky WHAT Mora A GOOD Miller Report of Glovereort School for May Number girls enrolled Number boys enrolled Whole numberpupils enrolled Avcrago dally attendance Averugo dally absence Pt r cent of attendance Number CHS s tardiness Number visitors HOLLOP IIONOIt IMOII tCIIOOI DEPARTMENT 101 KfclFE COST8 ii Baking RriVil Powder h Jr 4tflElEF3K Adjournment Andrew Dhiskeix 8 Poekrtknlfe Men Rpcmt S3 For 82 Than Lea Thai Amount 160 Moro men pay 3 and upward for 101 n pockctknifo than loss That may not 10 bo tho experience of all cutlery dealors nt thats tho kind of trudo we color fit raid a knlfo expert from behind to 12 ihe counter of n storo on ouo of tho most WHEAT FERTILIZERS IMNIS MPMTIUWIK I THE HORSE SNOE y Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News 10 1895 JULY PROGRAM Of Breckenridge County Teachers Institute Which Meets at Har- diniburg July 22 1905 Â¬ Breckenridge County Teachers Insti tute will conveno at Hardinsburg on Monday July 22 1895 I ROOKAM Monday Opening Exercises Welcome Address Response Jesse ltEskridge Llllio F Cooper Enrollment Organization Course of Study Prof It P Sbacklett Koik Â¬ Singing School Management time 75 minutes Consider tlio end to bo at Â¬ FraukJarboo tained Qualifications in the teacher that gives power in management Ada Board Mechanical devices and Plans E AW II nature and ends Fannie C Green Organization studies examinations drills and public exercises as means R T Lasliu of school government Recess 15 minutes Singing Arithmetic 105 minutes First Prin S W Pate ciples of Numbers L C M and G C D explain by C F Coshmau Factoring Discuss the Unit In Fraction Com pound Numbers aud Percentage Ada Hanks Demonstrate the Rule for Multiplying fractions and the inversion of Warnie Macy the Divisor Management of the Decimal Point Punishments Â¬ Â¬ G S Wilson Vanous applications of Percentage Emma May Circulating Decimals Prof R P Sbacklett Adj mrnment Tuesday Opi ilng Exercises Sinking George Gray Lou Itude and Time Cul 3 Root Nellie Simons Ge netrical Progression J II Pile Recess 15 minutes Sin ling Hatit in Education Relation of 1 lioughta and Actions Physiologically and Psychologically Prof J II Logan Atl ntlon Training Power How to s oure and hold Iillie F Cooper Attendance at School Discussion by Institute Â¬ Noov Sin ing Ge raphy time 105 minutes How much and what kind for grades First Second and Third Jessio Pate What of Induction and Deduction on theBubject W A Stith How teach map drawing do you use map questions and how JCTucker How Is it valuable in moral training Milton Coke How use the school apparatus Nannie J Green Recess 15 minutes- Â¬ Singing Drawing and Penmanship CO min utes What should be taught in drawing Annie Raitt What method would you use in toaching writing in each grade Robt Weatbcrford How and why teach drawing Lizzie Coomes Three lndispensables in writing and how secured legibility neatness rapidity b Payne Spelling 45 minutes how much atÂ¬ tention shall we give oral words Orthiupy Uecca Wilson How much to sight aro written words and how and when in school life should they be taught Clifton Howard Meaning of words and how learned Use of Dictionary Leila Jolly What useful rules aro there for spell iK S II Gray Do prefixes suffixes roots etc require any special drill 7 Julia Coomes Adjournment Wednesday Opening Exercises Singing Mistakes in Aim or Purpose 00 ruin utos The mistake of regarding knowledge as more important than the child Sidney Hall Tiie mistake in neglecting kinder garden methods with the primary classes Mrs Chas O Graham The mistake of neglecting tho moral nature aa a special object in con- Â¬ ducting the school and one of pri- Â¬ mary importance Prof J HDLogan Recess 15 minutes Sinking Language Lessons and Composition 75 minutes At what age shall wo EssloL Board introduce them Kind of exercises to be used in lan Â¬ guage lessons Chas II Moorman How use the exercise in language in Maud Smyth tho various grades j Â¬ Composition 0 a a i Why teach it relative value how make H aid other studies M E Avltt What exercises should begin it when may a text be used profita Â¬ Bettl Harawl bly PuBctuaUoflWhatlt U its svelu Uob method ef teaching use of marks HF Matthews Intelligent people who realize the Im Â¬ portant part tho blood holds In keeping the body in a normal condition find Noon nothing strango in the number of diseases Singing that Hoods Sarsaparilla is able to euro Physiology 30 minutes How much So many troubles result from impure should be attempted with first blood that the best way to treat them is three grades in oral work Walton Wheeler through the blood and it is far better to uso only harmless vegetable compounds Which should have most attention than to dose to excess with quinine intecjirgAnatoniyPliysiologyor Kate Glasscock calomel and other drugs By treating Hygiene 7 And why the blood with Hoods Sarsaparilla Best taught from charts or from Â¬ Sam W Tucker scrofula salt rheum and what are combooks monly called humors dyspepsia of experiments and Suggest a series Â¬ the purposoof sameLR Adklsson catarrh rheumatism neuralgia consumption and other troubles that origi Â¬ method is ineffect-Â¬ Why the lecture Prof R P Shacklett nate in impurities of tho blood or ual impaired circulation can all be cured History 115 minutes Why Is history usually a dry subject in our SAND CAVE FLAT John HBIythe schools What should we expect to accom- Â¬ Mrs Loytl Sapp is slowly improving plish by the study of history Bcna Roberts Plenty of rain and crops growing nice How I teach my class in history ly Clint Basham Mrs Foster McKaughans health is What should the average beginning again improving class accomplish in history in fiyo Cottago prayer meeting in this commu- Â¬ F R Roberts nity every mouths Tuesday night Tho teachers part in the recitation A tolerably fair crop of tobacco has Katie Board beeii planted in this section but mo t of The teachers directions to the class it was set rather late as to how the lesson should be Wheat and oat harvest has been pro- Â¬ McCubbins L B studied gressing nicely and lajlng by corn Is tho Tho use of biography and debates on Ruby Rjan next thing on the program historical subjects Why aud how teach Current HisMr and Mrs Andrew Claycombs Wm A Skillmau fifty seventh anniversary of their martory Recess 15 minutes ried life expired Juno 28th 1895 Singing Miss Florence and Master Arthur Civics 45 minutes How to give oral Clacomb of Owensboro havo been vis Â¬ lessons in firet three gades iting their grand parent Mr and Mrs Maggie Piul A Claycomb for some witks Text book courscbow assign lessons Wo admire the News very mmh how recite them how test tho There are four or five of us who read It knowledge gained by tho pupils Ono looks for tho Silver question one Chintz Royalty for the hstory of Napoleon Bonaparte Lectures how arrange for a course one for the local correspondence and Matters to be treated by lecture one for Old Chatterbox We are glad to James A Allen note the progress Chatterbox is making Adjournment in tho study of Natural Science and hope Thursday ere long he may bo ablo to look up and Opening Exercises bless the all wise Creator of all things Singing Who instead of leaving them in an em- Â¬ Mistakes in Teaching 45 minutes bryonic state has not loft anything at all Discussion by Institute but is ever directing and ruling tho Reading 75 minutes Why taught in whole universe of nature school relative value The most enjoyablo event of tho sea Â¬ Mary E Mooiman Frank Skillman son was the lawn party giv n last Satur- Â¬ Silent Reading Ola Shumato day night by Mr and Mrs Ben Lay in Oral Reading How conduct recitations Forest llayut s honor of their son Hurmaua sixteenth birthday Youth and beauty met there Recess 15 minutes from nearly all surrounding communi- Â¬ Play ground and school room order ties It was an elegant affair as every- Â¬ 30 minutes How to open school on G II Hall thing was provided that was calculated the first duy to add to tho pleasure and enjoyment of Management of pupils on the play- Â¬ ground Jesse E 1awie all The beautiful front yard being pro- Â¬ vided witli lanterns and a magnificicnt How to prevent Ecbool room confusarched gateway beautifully decorated ion by feet slates books etc Charles Adkisson with Ibwera and ferns together with numerous other decorations Tho ham Noon mocksa number of chairs and other seats Singing scattered about under the trees aided 75 Duties of trustees and parent much in rendering the situation a most minuteB Can the teacher get their pleasant one While somo of them en Â¬ assistance in school management joyed the lawn others would repair to and is It worth while to try General discussion by Institute the houso now and then and enjoy somo sweet strains of music and we could Recess 15 minutes observo how some young gentlemen love Singing to sing with their best girls Somo en- Â¬ Teachers in social life 45 minutes joyed tho esculent June apples and you Their relation to the State to tho may ak Kirby who played with dolls district and to society in general Oh the joy of young ideas painted on Richard Adkisson jr the mind in tho warm gbwlng coors Their duties as to dress personal ap- Â¬ fancy spreads on objecta not yet known pearance study out of school when all is new and all is lovely And hours personal habits as to lan- Â¬ now wo desire to send to all those young guage tobacco whisky clubs people our best wishes which is churches political parties and dis-Â¬ Kery Joy that Heaven can lend cussion of living issues Wealth and every kind of treasure W A Mattingly Health and love to you my friends Mistakes in discipline 45 minutes And happiness without measure General Discussion by Institute Adjournment Marvelous Results Fiiiday From a letter written by Rev J Gun Opening Exercises derman of Dimondale Mich wo aro Singing permitted to make this extract I havo Program and Course of study 00 no hesitation in recommending Dr minutes Instructor Kings New Discovery ae tho results Grammar 75 minutes Should it be were almost marvelous in tho case of my retained as a separate study in any wife Whllo I was pastor of the Baptist grade of school below tho High church at Rives Junction she was brought School Its relative value down with Pneumonia succeeding La Margaret Wilson Grippe Terrible paroxysms of coughing Recess 15 minutes would last hours with little interruption Singing and it seomed as if she could not survivo Definitions How to teach them them A friend recommended Dr Kings Does a learner use his own or Now Discovery it way quick in its work thoso of tho book F A Beavin and highly satisfactory in resulta Trial Parsing its uses its abuses bottles free at A R Fishers drug store Cora Matthews Regular sizo 50c and 100 Practical thoughts can we afford to discard grammar Owen Cunningham Half Bates on Sundays Noon Taking effect May 20th tho Louisville Singing St Louis Texas Railway will sell oh Libraries County and District Are ovcry Sunday round trip tickets between district libraries practicable in all its stations on main line at ono fare Kentucky at this time 7 Discussion for tho round trip Ticket aro good by Wm H Bell Frauk Lyons Ed only on date of sale good returning samo Hook Frank Haynes Georgo day This gives everyone an opportun- Â¬ Hook Newsom Gardner Eugene ity to visit ono of the large citiesorspend GillilandIIerbert BeardJamea W a day with their friends along tho line For Further information call on agents or address II O Mordue A G P A 1 could pet relief Louisville Ky from a most horrible blood disease I Good Old Granny Metcalf8U years old tlrt cnant tiiindrAita living at 018 Mouroo street Paducah of dollars TRYING various remedies ana pnysicians none of which did mo Ky says that Dr Bolls Pino Tar Honey any good My finger nails came of is the beet grip cure cough lung and and mv hair came nut Iiulnr m bronchial remedy that has been offered I then went to perfectly bald to the people during her lifo Guaran Â¬ teed and sold by Short Hay nee Clover Honlnc to be cured bv thlt port DrR HMoMulliuMcDanlebj M treatment but very soon became Meyer A Co Bums A Taylor Rosetta disgusted and decided to TRY W E Brown Irvlngton Kyj A A the effect was truly wonderful I Richardson Garfield Ky A R Morris commenced to re- Big Spring Kyj W O Moorman Glen cover after taking deane Ky P Sherroa Bros A Co I the first bottle anil hvthstlm I hiri KlrV Ky Horace Scfttt Hardlsaburg tiaea twtlv koitlti I inllrily cursd I curs J by S S S when wis werM rtftewntd the Ky 1 Hoi Sprint had filUJ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Relations Of Composition to think ing Talking Writing and Methods B Ada Drory of teaching Nothing Strange Srcond year Sudle Boverloy Marlon BowmerMatnlo Delfavcn Uesslo Jarboe Margaret Pearl Porrigo Rosa Ryon Skillman Ernest Uoyd Hovious Beben Harry Hammab Wallie Lishen Willie Mullen Albert Solbrlg Ihrbert RIedel First year Jane HainbletonMargarct Howard Minnie OglesbyMannie White Annie llambleton Fonzo Kingsbury Robert Wilt tl HA MM Alt DEPARTMENT Adolla Sixth grade Mary Jarboe Moorman Eliza May Stella McGavock Carrie Graham Bertie McGavock Flor-Â¬ ence Cottrell Mary Lallelst Pearl Gib Â¬ son Mary Dean Shelby Conrad Joe Fallon Lafo Behen Wilburn Gregory Fiftli grade Muriel Gregory Lillian Sippel Nona Perrigo Hnllio Warfiold Lulia Daniels Irene Jarboe Ida Hamp- Â¬ ton Ruth Haynes Chas Berry Chas Zirckel Edmund Wroe John Wcndel kln Warfield Collins Ira Behen INTERMEDIATBDErAKTMENT grade Edna Jarboe Mary Oglesby Carl Lishen Third grado Willis Luwip Wearda Graham Clara Caiter Clara Dyer Lucy Dean Grade Gwary Muttio Graham Fourth Maggie Wroe rniMAUY DEPARTMENT Second grade Annie Bollo Boyd An- Â¬ nie Jarboe First grade Julia Wroe Edna Mat- Â¬ tingly Addie Louiso Babbage Maggie Burn Arthur Gregory Georgle Boyd Following are the names of pupils who made the highest per cents in their respective grades iiioii school Third year Mabel Careou Second grade Pearl Perrigo First grade Margaret Howard Sixth grade Mary Dean Fifth grade Chas Zirckel and Ira Behen Fourth grado Hovious Raff rty Third grade Cla a Dyer Second grade Annie B Uojd First grade Maggio Burn Primary grade Walde Wilt Following are tho names of pupils who were not absont during the year Wallie Stella Mullen Rosa Ryan Lishen List Juno Dick Crawford brought bis child suffering from infantile diarihaM to mo It had been weaned at four months old and had al- Â¬ ways been sickly I gavo it the usual treatment In such cases but without benefit Tho child kept growing thinner until it weighed but little more than when born or perhaps ten pounds I then started tho father to giving Cham- Â¬ berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Before one bottle of the 25 cent size had been used a marked im- Â¬ provement was soen and its continued use cured tho child Its weakness and puny constitution disappeared and its father and myself believe tho childs life was saved by this Remedy J T Mar low M D Tamaroa III For sale by and A R Fisher Clovcrport Ky Kincheloe Board Hardinsburg Ky twelve-months-old frequented of down town streets Spaniards spond tho most money for Spaniards who he continued kul vow como horo aro very fastidious in tho matter bf cutlery anyway Whore nn Amorcau family iu tho samo circum Â¬ stances will bo content with tho ordina Â¬ ry plated tablowuro costing 4 or 450 a dozen a Spaulurd will havo nothing but tho finest stool with Ivory handles at 18 and over Tho Average business man sponds usually about f 3 for n four bladcd kuifo If ho loses a knlfo often as many men do ho comes down to 3 then to tl Mosit expensive knives aro bought for presents Four dollars buys Last season many an excellent gift knives wcro givou for prizes at cucher parties Such knives wcro usually tho fancy ones with half n dozen blades or That big 7 inch knifo attachments thoro is a hunters knife It costs 4 A man who buys that will toko it to tho Adiroudacks and when ho leaves thero present it to his guide Wo bdvo ouo customer who buys threo of those knives every year Ho gives them to his guides ho says We Bell nearly 150 of them ovcry year This heavy one hero with a big steel hook is a horbemans knife It costs 97 Tho hook is used for digging out a stouo from tho horsos hoof It has ns you sec other attach Â¬ ments such ns a corkscrew screwdriver nut cracker awl gimlot and n score of thing for other usofnl or useless pur Â¬ poses accordiug to tho point of view Wo sell many of them probably moro than any other ono kind Sailors usual Â¬ ly buy pretty good knives They and Italians go iu for big sharp knives that should be handy in case of defense Pretty nearly ovcry trado has a peculiar knife Thats ouo reason why a well equipped cutlery shop makes such aior midablo display Knives cost all tho way from B0 cents to 25 Wo dont sell Now York manynt tho latter price Press Some folks will think that Dr Bells Pine Tar Honev is no better than the common cough remedies until they try it Then they will know for themselves that its the best on earth For salo by Haynes Cloverport Dr R Short II McMullin McDanielsjM Meyer Co Buras A Taylor Rosetta W E Brown Irvington Ky A A Richardson Garfield A R Morris Big Spring Ky W C Moorman Gleudeanc Ky P Sher Co Kirk Ky Horace Scott ron Bros Hardinsburg Ky 1rcnt in Soda Fouutalua A New Orleans man named May told mo that his yearly profits from his soda fountain were 30000 Ono Sanders n Detroit or who owns an 8000 fountain tho finest displayed at tho Worlds fair docs a rushing business and his sales run from 300 to 700 per day the year tumid In Buffalo Stod dard Bros employ 30 girls to handle ico ciettui fcodu and it takes 3000 glass es to accommodate their trade They sell it ut 5 cents u glass and thoro is a net profit of just 100 per cent In Boston Thompsons Spa tho greatest soda resort ut tho Hnb easily clours for its owner 50000 a year There aro in the United States 100000 fountains iu op- Â¬ eration and manufacturers aro getting moro orders now than they over got bo foro Washiugtou Post Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ xvV Brand S J C r ii k ARE THE BtST WHEAT SHOWERS LEMT MeNtT i 1 Tala One bag per sore inBUrtd frdod fTbesi and Cri asci Crops Write for olroulsvr and prices N W FEATILIZWl UNION STOCK YARDS J M II MimtWtiirMs CHICAGO ILL BAtotKL BROOKS B0DRNB HARPER BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVIL1 KY Force and Kqramea of th Future Tho opinion is expressed by a writer In The Moohanica News that tho forgo and furnaco of tho future will consist of a load liuexl glass or porcelain yaso or cupola filled with cold ncidlllod wator to which is connected a strong posltlvo conductor the forgo and outfit being rendered complete by a pair of tongs with insulated handles attached to a flexible negative conductor According to this plan tho smith seises the picco of iron which is to bo manipulated with the insulated tongs and plunges it into tho sour water which begins to boll and bubblo the instant it comes in con tact with tho iron tho latter in a re markably short space of time turning to n rod and then to a white heat ready for tho work of tho smith So rapidly indocd is tho heating dono by this means that tho Water and tho portion of the iron not immersed in tho wator aro but slightly wanned Tho prlnoiplo involv Â¬ ed in this process is of n simple and woll known character resistance produc Â¬ ing tho light and boat it being found that cuormons heat can bo produced ly such a method much greater in fact than is uocossary to extract iron from tho most refractory ores It is remarked that tho valuo of such a process will be especially exhibited in tho inoro com- Â¬ plete and rapid handling of heavy iron and steel plates and bars requiring to bo hauimorcd and welded moro valua Â¬ ble still for tempering purposes as the necessary boat for tho ininiorsod portion can lie se qnickly obtained whilo the remaining poltion holds comparatively cool Â¬ Statement of ihe Condition of the Breckinridge INCORrOKATIO Bnk 19th 1S9J -- At Ihe Close of business June ASSETSi Notes and Dilti Discounted- - or oiovcnpoHT ky fgg jjjj 88 1 000 - 1 Bank Fixtures and Furniture Nanking llouio and Lot Debts in Salt Overdrafts Bonds Protest Aecount Cash Due from Banks Oi jg 24 63 4 006 11 3 000 00 3 J8 01 J08 4 34 J84 84 60 Or 79 019 74 Total LIABILITIES Capital Stock il7J4 7t v 45 100 00 3S 000 00 1 23 42 J 094 S3 Surplus Undivided lrofiti Fnnd to Par Taxes Dividend No 42 4 par eent declar Â¬ ed thu da Deposits Due to Banks ut J 804 00 29 6J 1 04 Total 216 754 72 B SklllmaB cashier of tbe abov nam cd bank do solemnly swear that the above Utement Is true to the bast of 107 knowledge and belief A B Siciixmix Cashier Subccrlbed and sworn to before ine this the 1st da of July 1805 Cms B Skillman N P B C Commission expires Jan 19th 1895 I A Statement of Condition otitis Bank of Hardinsburg INCOHrORATID AT IIAUDINSIIimU KV At the closo ol business June KKSOUUCBS 29th 1895 THE FIRST LOCOMOTIVE Unlit by Oliver Kvnn WhoComldnt Lay Up Alone Tho real inventor of tho locomotivo never realized u cent from hls invention His mime wns Oliver Evans He was born in Delaware lu 1750 and spent all It Wm his life perfecting inventions which were destined to bring him nothing bnt more poverty Ho was tho original in Â¬ ventor of the high pressure cngiuo used in locomotives the only kind that could bo employed to advautago in this form of traubportatiou bat realized nothing for Ills jdea novel His application of tho notion to both land and water power was somewhat Iu 1604 tho municipality of Philadelphia called for bids for tho dredging of tho rivor and tho cloauing of tho docks Evans put inn bid lower than any of his competitors and wlicu it was ac- Â¬ cepted determined to bnild u steamboat to do tho work Ho fitted out n scow with a steam cn giuo building both tho cngiuo aud tho scow iu his own workshop When tho boat was ready to bo launch Ml Evans determined to give tho peo- Â¬ ple of Philadelphia nu object lesson in mechauics o ho put tho boat on wheels fitted up a push wheel behind set his cngiuo to work mul propolled the boat through tho streets to tho river in tho in id t of an open mouthed throng not a few of v hom hud a dim idea that he ought to bo arrested for witchcraft When tho boat i cached tho bank of tho river tho wheela and nxlos wore tak Â¬ en utf tho craft wan launched flttod out with other w heels and mado to do tho work of dredging tho harbor So fur as tho iuvcutiou of mechanical devices weit Evans had a splendid genius bnt when dollars aud cents came np for on idovntlon he was a mere child aud even allowed himself to be cheated out jf tho uioiiby that was due bim for elciniug tho Philadelphia har Â¬ bor with hiii now fauglcd steamboat St Louis Ulobo Dciuociat Â¬ Â¬ BEFORE Â¬ HOT SPRINGS thtH irftateai orio kicked II S Shafer of the Freemyer House Mlddleburg N Y on tho kneo which laid him up in bed and caused the knee joint to become stiff A frioid recommended him to use Cham Â¬ berlains Pain Balm which he did and in two days was able to he around Mr Shafer has recommended it to many others and says it is excellent for any kind of a bruise or sprain This same Remedy is also famous for ita curea of rheumatism For sale by A R FUher Mr G T Hughes of Sullivan likewise Cloverport Ky and Kincheloe Board reports good remits rem this treatment IlardiBsburg Ky Eleetrepoise rested A The way to cure a cough is to stop the coughing Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey cuts loose tho mucous heals the lungs and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip cough in one night For sale by Short Sc HaynesClovcrport j Dr It II McMul- Â¬ lin McDaniels M Meyer Co Buras A Taylor Rosetta W E Brown Irv- Â¬ lngton Ky A A Richardson Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky W O Moorman Glendeane Ky P Co Kirk Ky Horace Sherron Bros Scoit Hardinsburg Ky Kouteti ine uuu A lnmborman nttached to John Cranes camp up boyoud tho Katahdin Iron works in Maine was tramping across to a pond late ono November evening whou ho ran upon a bull moose Tho lumberman had no riflo so he IleBonla For flnrden Decoration It is now getting to bo woll under- Â¬ yelled aud wavod hfs arms expecting stood that many plants that it was that tho broad rm tiered bnll would dash thought conld only bo grown under glass fear strickcu down tho mountain Bnt it didnt It rushed for tho lumberman do remarkably woll in our climato un Tho begonia is es- Â¬ Ho dodged ibout a troo and droppod his dor summer shade pecially suited to this summer work ax For Uu minutes he dodged half Tho writer caino across a little piece of scured to death Then ho climbed tho rockwork constructed under tho shado trca The bull butted tho tree with its ant of somo largo trees iu which the whole mass of rocks was completely covered lers until it swayed to and fro and then with species of begonia Every night or walked away u fow yards and rested nearly every night water was showored Tho lumberman yollod somo moro When on them through a hoso from a hydrant ho could ytdl no longer ho set his wits Nothing could exceed tho beauty of this to work Just abovo him was a dead limb He broko it off and as tho bnll mass Medians Monthly advanced again ho set tho wood afire and A Hope Ilarometer dropped it on tho bulls back With a In tho office of tho Des Moines Regis hollow it rau down tho mountain Tho ter is tho best barometer in tho state It half frozen lumberman mado a line for consists of an ordinary rope attached to camp New York World tho carrier box between the first and Appeaaea fourth floors making it nearly GO feet What a very Ho just introduced long This ropo is wonderfully sensitive to changes in tho atmosphere At least ugly man that gentleman near tho piano is Mrs Hobson 24 hours before tho nvcrago rain it be Mrs Hobson Why that is Mr Hob gins to tighten by tho absorption of moisture IU predictions nearly always eon Oh in Â¬ Ho equal to tho occasion como true deed How truo it is Mrs Hobson that tho ugly mou always get tho prettiest No wives London Answers Epperson Ky Dear Sirtl always say a good word People for the Electropolso whenever I have an opportunity as I think I owo to my nelgbora and friends to let them know of it Tho doctors are inclined to make fun BEST HAND I ty IN THE SEWED P sbC1 of me as well as tho Electropolso for the zw ORLD stand I take but such ovideuco as I have PROCESS H of ita merita would convince the most vnk Bisn A One instance that I consider skeptical as remarkable as any other that I havo ever seen happened this past spring Tho Monday after Easter duiing that very cold winter the mon brought a T5 young calf to tho house nearly frozen to death put it to the fire and we all work- Â¬ for Boys ed with it from daylight until about 11 WWPP niYMill oclock when all hands gavo it up The ForKcn ssv from Baaclaa froth was running out of ita mouth and Wear Wa IMeiy m shots and Mlylea and IOA lr All TblTanclBlatMrhaslBtasdlli I attached the tVllthaotter nuket but th quslity aal Jrks o it could not swallow rirlc or ahoee rranlu lit sumnrd Electropoise and in a short time it began Vv ti Buatlas swUiat nam and Phe Is same Take no lubiiliuu i to show signs of returning vitality and en sols W 1m t Usowtxw Ham SoM L in ono hour swallowed milk and sat up O NOLTE Assignee and bjeateb and about 4 oclock was out Claverpsrt Kjr in the yard with its mother and inside of two days was as frisky a little calf as No one who saw the calf you ever raw bad any hope of its getting well and yet WHARFMA8TER8 there are people foolialu enough to say KENTUCKY CL0YMPORT that the Electropoise works its curea by V imagination I would like to ask how Also Wholesale aad Retail Dealr la much imagination the calf had Yellew fhra Flsirbm Md fclllnf MRS B II PRYOR Um Uihs SMhIm Â¬ Â¬ Fixtures Banking House and Lot Other Ileal Estal Cash In safe und In other banks Bond Notes and bill J1 4T6f5 3 597 50 42A09 SO 381 IV 165 00 93 817 61 133 854 01 Total LIABILITIES Capital Stook paid in Deposits Dlvlden No 9 July 1st 4 per 25 Q00 00 103 066 47 lOOOOO cent Surplus and undivided profits 4 7S9 54 133 856 01 Total II Beard cashier of above named bank do swear that the above statement U true to tbe best of my knowledge and belief M II Biabd CasbUr Sworn to before me this June 29th 1895 W K Barkis Notary Publlo I M iiyVVtlllWWlM In fj means so much more than you imagine serious and J fatal diseases result from etriflinrir oilmnntc nfrlfcrtH V u vYt Jii uuu 1 wiui indiuic a r Poor Health rJri py riri greatest gift health Faith Cure Iron Diners 1 1000000 Wear pleasant w tlam tM7 ana rrur tittX Its verjt firs dose mcdiclnewhlchla Browns Iron Bit ttrs A few bo tit cure beiieSt Crn nan ii farV and voK begin St one tik nc ine moat leua ble strengthening ouioi sons weak j and eenerallr eV A wjtsi a tialtffJ WMft i IIIVVMIU eellri k uxe ILDouglasSlioes nn 500 400 a n r neuralgiaMalaria DvsDeosla it Cures m 350 250 225 sEffe Bul WW jtBR WmJ K 300 250 200 Constitution Kidney aad Liver i rouBies flad ninmt ti wmA 1 W atllutra In rriliit lurnv ulll- Eml mmt nf Tan Ratjlllul J ft ftnlv Itli Vlltl1f1tf MUJ lines on Ine vramiefj All others are lub nf rair iuwi anu poox iree BROWN CHEMICAL CO Amnllnf Wnmnaa wfjnin A w Nervous ailments f r lt m W- - tAiUa ww BALTIMORE ttO f lAAsl0stlfteilAeikAeVleJU nz- - J It takes a rich man to ylraw cheek apretty girl to lrnwatteft- tiou a horse to draw a part a free lunch to draw a fcrowd wmI an advertisement in the ffsw to draw the trade rrrfrV--MOST IN QUANTITY T j f r A 4 T f GREGORY CO MTJNOUALITfc WORMS vermifuge Iv -- WHITES MEW iV RMteJi J HM Malt WORMfitUKAJTimf JEVfRY MTTU art H BraBdratarg JbiIbms Gelltgt BrantWaburjf Ky gueowa gttWMttsJ lUis WM LOOMJS Sarsvsfert U Oar Seek on tkt Dliu aad lit Trstlnsat saaUl f see M aaj a44ma BookkeplBgS4iothaBdTleafphy swirr trtKiria co- mmmmmmmmmmm - auh Children Cry for Tpewrklg Wrtw We wr offtfttiMpe Pltchtrs Cast DUIOIS A M teurtH Aveuue CaHlcrllU Ky aad Xw Mw of tail tMtk IrWkhat M sorted oofeff at Babbages for 14 eaufai Will klwk tf BniMto tofefal gjyjjjffieV 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