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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iii VOL XIX iri THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS m M - -- i I n ii - - ii - CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 17 1895 - no m -- r College Potter craiEirsrs ZEEZBnsm FOR YOUNG LADIES Is tho best furnished eqhool in the South PLEASE RENEW YOUR SUBSGRRTON ROR 1895 siy upon debtors who rely upon those com modi tics for tho means of paying old UNCLE PROG PETITT IDEAL HOME SCHOOL S rtr- - s EmployB twenty teach iSt 8joljS3 1S91 I9JS9P74 9AMii7 Has seven ex- Â¬ 1S9J 3ftflO cr8 from tho best Schools of America and Europe The worlds production of tho two perienced teachers in tho musical department and a patronage from metals from 1891 to 1801 according to twenty threo states tho name authority was Silver Gold Tho College building one of tho finest in tho state is handsomely fi77 U4o 13050000 furnished 100 rooms heated by steam and lighted by gas hot and cold 1S91 1S91 197700 1610700 water with bath rooms attached iSoj n78ioo 209165000 JMrfSltoo m5ioioo Several young ladles from this county havo been attending this last 1P will be seen from these figures that It year and many more will attend this coming year Avery handsome In prosperous years this country alone catalogue will bo sent freo to any one on application also a largo litho- consumes In manufactures an amount Please mention this paper of gold equal to ono soventh of tho aver graph in fourteen colore of tho building ago annual supply of the last four years and writo for one Address It Is only nnd of silver one twentieth fair to assume thnt the consumption of Rev B F CABELL t BOWLING GREEN KY tho two metals in Great Britain France Â¬ debts From tho Incomplete Information ob tained by our Director of tho Mint ho Thinks J H A ant R P S Havo reports tho amount In coining value of manu Â¬ tho gold nnd sliver consumed by Said Enough On tho facturers In this country alone from 1801 to 1S93 Inclusive n follows Silver rtold tofioi jro Money Question and Should Tako Ji96S6fliO Â¬ a Rest He Is For Free Silver and Jo Blackburn PjtEsTov Ky July 7 03 Eniron i Prcs BRECKENRIDG E Normal rV PREPARES College FOR LIFE ONE COMPLETELY w seeks to so combino tho theoretical and practical that its students aro not only prepared to investigate abstract truth but to enter at onco and without difficulty into any business Tho faculty has been increased and improved Appropriations havo been made by tho Hoard of Directors for tho thorough equipment of the colloge with everything necessary to do first A Bchool of Telegraphy haB been added for the coming class work yior The teacher in this department hcing a practical operotor and being in tho employ of tho railroad can wonderfully increaso the chances of the graduates in this school to skcure places Pupijs will select their own coruse Tuition one half term eight weeks in advance SGSO Music one half term eight weeks in advance 8G80 Pupils may enter at any School forty eight weoks in tho year First term bcginB September 3 1895 timo Writo for information It Germany and Austria equals for each of those countries that of ours and add ing ns much moro for nil other countries itbiings tho total consumption of tho world up to six times that of this coun- Â¬ try alone so that of thequnntlty annually produced tixsevenths of tho gold and tliiec tcnths of the silver Is unavailable for coinnge leaving for that purpose one seventh of tho gold and seven tenths of Â¬ Allow rao space for a few words I again notlco In last issue n long articlo on tho money ques Â¬ tion by UP S Why doeshe and J II A continuo to write long winded compli- Â¬ cated confusing essays on tho money question for anyhow every man of ordinary intelligence knows thnt the government has full and completo con- Â¬ stitutional authority to coin gold and silver issuo paper money and make them full legal tender and that a dollar of wither will bo as good and buy as mm h of any commodity as tho other and that no national banker or any other corporation or individual can emit money without looking in the door of it penitentiary This fact is all we want to know nnd all else is not worth a mo DitKCKKNmnaE Xews Â¬ R P SHAOKLETT President HARDINSBURG KY The Commercial Value of Gold The most significant financial event of the week has been the failure of tho city of New York to place at i per cent per annum a long gold loan of less than 3000000 and singularly enough it lias passed almost unnoticed by tho public The exact amount asked for was 2740 310 and although money is going in tho Street at less than 3 per cent tlio amount of tho bids was only 2250 S7infid Hie nrcinlutn offered less than V Whether tills result is to bo 1 per cent mX attributed to tho dread of tlio 55000000 debt impending over the city for tho construction of tho underground rapid Uransu road or to tho expectation of a new Government bond issuo it Is im Â¬ possible to say Tho fact only remains that whereas the city Bix years ago could and did borrow 0000000 at 2J per cent it cannot uow borrow 3000 000 at 3 per cent From present appearances tho Bilyer question will not bo bo prominent in our coming Presidential campaign aa it seem Â¬ ed likely to be a few months ago Tho Democratic party in spite of its tradi Â¬ tional propensity to take the immoral Bide of great national issues shows even in the extreme West and Southwest a praisowortby hesitation to declaro in favor of paying debts with money de htuuMl to half the value of that now current and here in tho East it is solidly for maintaining tho present monetary standard Tho Republicans also aro nearly unanimous in tueir opposition io free colnago without international agree Â¬ ment which is tho same thing as being opposeito t altogether since the in Â¬ ternational agreement talked about is a pure chlinera Germany does not want it and will not even call a conference to consider it and bimetallism in Great Britain is favored only by tho 6amo bo lect number of visionaries who have been advocating it for tho past ten years Their leading essayist Mr Arthur James Balfour has been notified by his own party that he must not attempt to bring forward his currency theories as a part of the new Administrations programme and to mako sure that he will not do bo neither he nor hia bimetallic colleague Â¬ Mr Goechen has bcon appointed Chan In Great tho Exchequer cellor of Britain as in this country tho chief Motive of the agitation n behalf of silver has beea the low prices of agricultural niineta and the competition of silver standard countries in the mder manu As this raotivo Jwcturlntr Industries fell from tlw general lraprovementwlth out aid from silver of prices and of busi Â¬ ness generally the desire for a depreci Â¬ ated monetary standard weakens there as it docs here accordingly On on account It Is to be regretted that the debate en the merits of free llvec coinage so auspiciously begun in Kentucky by Secretary Carlisle and his V eolleaguee could not extend to all parts U would If fre silver of the country national political leeae were made For never baa so much falsehood aad sophistry been poured foitu oh any aab bwlwll feet as haa been poured forth Ih have wed the tfiUyar and ItaadvoaaWa sitaiwe P Uie frlenda ol good faith and honesty as proof of an inability t awir UUtarly com them Ith Uw thai md t iaWk oitwia have b t dlapel tha tte f - by the slivemw uu w MM lAl OAf -appeaw tw wy Jt needed will of course cease leaving tho wotk of financial instruction incomplete One of tho prominent fallacies insisted on by tho advocates of sliver which has never been refuted so thoroughly ns it ought to be is that the value of gold ns a money metal is derived chiefly if not wholly from the legislation which reg ulates its coinage and makes it a legal tender for the payment of debts Hence tho sllverites arguo that to silver nlso could be given any value which Cod gr era might fix and that it could thus bo raised from being worth the thirtieth part of gold to a sixteenth or any other fraction It has been very pertinently asked of them why if the law can make sixteen ounces of silver equal in value to one of gold it cannot make tho two metals of equal valuo ounce for ounce but to this inquiry they do not deign to reply Nor havo they undertaken to demonstrate how the law which can indeed prescribe in what coin debts shall be paid can compel debts to be contracted in it It is easy enough to force a creditor who has already lent money or sold goods to accept for his dobt silver at tho ratio of 10 tol but it Is difficult if not impossible to compel by law a man who has goods yet to sell or gold yet to lend to part with tlem on the earno terms The legal tender power of a currency is quite different from its purchasing power This we saw during tho suspension of specie payments from 18C2 to 1870 The greenback served v ry well to pay old debts and obligationsbnt when goods were bought with it or drafts procured on gold paying countries it had a purchasing power sometimes of only 40 per cent of Its faco valuo It would be tho samo under free coinage with the silver dollar compared to tho gold dollar That gold has a commercial value as n metal eqnal to its present coining valuo and that it would retain that value with Â¬ in a small fraction If every law relating to its use as money wero repealod has been most vehemently denied by many sllyerites and bimetallism They say that as all values are regulated by supply and demand and that as the demand for gold to be used by money is unllinitod it only needs to destroy this demand to reduce its value one hair or eveu more Conversely they insist that if freo coin- Â¬ age at any agreed ratio wero granted to silver the demand for it thus created would give it a new and Increased value restoring it to the position which it oc- Â¬ cupied twenty two years ago All this Is unmitigated nonsense and proceeds from an ignorance of facts For example the consumption of gold in the arts and for manufacturing pur Â¬ poses so far from being insignificant is very large It has bcon asserted that if gold cead to be used for money thero Is enough of It In existence to supply the demand of commerce for a thousand that the fresh yearly supplies yeara of U would glut the market and bring the value of the metal dowu to almost nothing The truth on the contrary Is and the more intelligent advocates of Â¬ jft I the silver It is fair to explain that tho estimate hero given of tho consumption of gold includes thnt of old gold and of coin and that it is largt r than that of several very Thus Prof respectable authorities Buess makes it only six fourteenths in stend of six sevenths of tho annual product and Mr Ottoinar Haupt estimates it at only ono half Mr Robert GiflVn again puts it at two thirds and his esti Â¬ mate is adopted by Mr Francis AWnlk cr in his tract Bimetallism without his reflecting nppnrcntly that by so doing ho knocks tho foundation from under the assertion of his Bilverite allies thnt the commercial demand for gold iias little or no efiect in determining its value as compared with other commodities Tho London Economist has also recently called nttention to tho curious fact that while tho imports of gold into Great Britain from 1889 to 1894 exceeded tho exports by tho sum of X 12828500 tho net gain of gold by tho Bank of England during tho same period was but X178C0 000 leaving a balance of nearly 25000 000 or 125000000 t bo accounted for Part of this no doubt went Into circula- Â¬ tion but a larger part nlso must havo been consumed by jewellers and manu facturers Another important fact overlooked by tho less well Informed sllverites is that the gold converted into coin is not con- Â¬ sumed in tho sense in which tho metal is consumed when it is applied to artistic or manufacturing purposes Gold coin remains as fully in tho market and is as avallnblo for purchase as It was while it was bullion Coining adds only a trifle to its cost and except when it is worn 0 ns to loso weight it Is n matter of fact molted over again in largo quantities and manufactured like gold bullion On tho other hand when gold is worked up Into ornaments or is used by dentists or is beaten into leaves for gilding it ceases to be available as manufacturing material Labor and skill have added to it a valuo too great for it to be treated in this way Henco while of tho stock of gold in tho world that which has been coined isstill nothing but bullion in a moro conven- Â¬ ient form and remains available for manufacturing purposes that which has been manufactured is useless for coining Tho samo proposition is also true of silver but as the quantity of silver an- Â¬ nually converted into forms which It Is too cosily to destroy is only as It would appear 30 per gent of the annual pro- Â¬ duction the coinage of the remainder could not have the elTert of bo diminishing tho supply of It as greatly to increaso its value In tho shape of dollars it would still be bullion In small pieces but it would bo no moro consumed than it was before N Y Sun Matthew Marsham- Â¬ Â¬ ments consideration 60 I think It 1 S and J 11 A had as well tako a rest While 1 am for un- Â¬ limited coinage of gold and silver for thero never will bu too much produced yet I want tho government to charge two 2 per cent for coining gold nud tho standard silver dollar only As tho government now makes on coining half dollar quarters dimes nickles and one cent pieces fuly tnenty per cent and as I am In favor of government loans to the piople at 2 per cent I want a charge of 2 per cent put upon coining bankers and millionaire bullion Iu fact tho depleted condition of the treasury de Â¬ mands It Now ns to tho Democratic Convention Intoly held in Louisville which strongly endorsed tho present administration policy of Grover Cleveland and Carlisle which in plain and unmistakable terms approves of thosinglo gold standard and their private sale of bonds to the amount of one hundred nnd sixty two millions to prccuro gold to swap to bankers and foreign syndicates for our bonds and greenbacks for which our government receives not one dollar in value but loses moro than sixteen millions in in Â¬ terest for the privilege all becnusa they refuse to pay silver to national bankers and English bankers Oil not they must have gold as tho Convention Now that nominated Hardin has endorsed the single gold standard and the policy pur- Â¬ sued by Cleveland the administration is under obligations to aid Hardins election Badley has naturally a large following therefore it will bo impossi Â¬ ble to run a silver candidate over both Therefore to repudiate doublo dealiug nnd a policy wo do not approve I hope every silver man will vote for Bradley and work unceasingly to eecuro the election of Blackburn to the United T S FnYinnu States Senate the MLt Sccno n town in tho north on a very misty day Sandy MoKny comliig out of a pub- Jlo honuo and meeting his minister fivco Lash sir it s an awful uo to faco coiviu thiujj this mist Dye kou im Â¬ I wandorod iu thero tho pressively Lou uoo thinkiu it was tho grocers dou Ulobo Thin im Tim Cauadluu oloment forms two of tho fnroigu population of Maine nnd Now Huuipahlro ono lialf of that of Vermont nnd one third of that of Massachusetts thirds Fainting Bpasnw Convulsions DlMlncs aUon anil thpte nerv BpeUs Netvous functlorMl dl oua condition twtght on by ST VITtSS DANCE irrnHiy ai r I gllyer coBte it tfcat the qoiwtaraptlun of geld for other than ealaage pwrpws V tyr u a - takes a krje part ofiW annual product Â¬ ion kMvlug etly a ornparatlyely mall fraction of tlw output te m added t the worlds stock of the mvtat Hence nn douUUdlv proceeds the teereMe In tlm ytuiw 1 gow as eymwwm wim mi n paeay Ubar mnyniilttiea ml hence iU U ailvwlta Justly oppislvnM cund by Dr Pkrces orders are Favorit Prescription Its a strengt hosing nervine and rwtoruttvq Urate prweribed by dWress an eminent Fbyufctan for all nose common ing weaktHste and lrregularUM to women Mrl 41HAH pin AUany tkrkt Co I Ur J V vrrMeii Visrcbi Vmt Sir Mr tMer MU Cor JUta Merket bod IK Her VHuet Dence w heed nod rtcht or twttobed moved unafttantlvi eke eeuU not walk wittuitrt ee linr hM under ber UIH RH m ivwr but wHbout dtiotoi Itj W7S boNm ee treod niomh AftMr vn ub VeWI Mvi Mil When so many people are taking and deriving benefit from Hoods Sarsspa A liorso kicked II S Shafer of the rllla why dont you try It yourself It Freemyer House Middleburg N Y on is highly recommended tho knee which laid him up In bed and caused tho knee joint to become stllT A EPHESUS friend recommended him to uso Cham Â¬ We ha 1 a nice rain Sunday berlains Pain Balm which ho did and Mrs George Snyder is quite ill at this in two days was ablo to be arouud Mr Shafer has recommended It to many writing and says it is excellent for any from this place attended others Everybody kind of n bruise or sprain This same tho picnic at Hardlnsburgtho 1th Remedy is also famous for Its cures of Quito a crowd from this place attended rheumatism For sale by A II Fisher the Blnging at Ilarncd Saturday night Cloverport Ky and Klncheloe Board Mr Charlie Bruington has the contract Hardln8burg Ky of driving Henry Hu neds cattle for tho coming year FALLS OF ROUGH Mr Win T Macy wife and little Mr L Greon went to Loulsvlllo this daughter Myra visited Mr and Mrs week Ileniy Harned Sunday Mrs Stono was tho guest of Mrs Chas Mrs Hetton Drlskell who is nt pres Fielier Saturday ent with her parents in Hardiusburg is Miss Stella Wilson wa tho guest of very low with consumption MIebcs Laura and Mattlo Tuber wero MIeb Annie Head Friday Mrs Frank Peyton is daily expecting tho guests of Misses llnttio aud Julia Payno Saturday and Sunday tho Wilsons of Loulsvlllo Master John Morris of Louisville is Mrs G W Bruington Mlnnlp Brock aud littlo Myra Macy wore tho guests of a guest at Mr L Greens Mrs Lydla Drlskell Thursday Rev Dr Lainbuth and wife havo re Â¬ Hawkins Smith passed through here turned from Brandenburg Monday looking for a whlto mule which Miss Jennie Green is visiting friends had strayed from his home iu Gaifield and relatives In Loulsvlllo Misses Nannie nnd Omn Comptou Miss Mury Head Is visiting relatives Minnie B ock Mesela Frank Compton and friends at Jollys Station Churllo Bruington Ward Davis and Clar Mrs Ben Storms went to Fordsvillo once Maey attended chu oh at NoroVs Saturday nnd returned Monday Valley Sunday of Gleudcane Mrs D C Moorman was tho guest of Mrs Dr Dempster the It IFay Do as Much Tar You 4th Inst Mr Fnd Miller of Irving III writes Miss Lillian Stone and little sister that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for Jessie wero visiting relatives In Ohio many years with severe pains Ja his county last weok back and also that his bladder was afreet Mrs Charlie Fisher of Rock Vale was ed He tried many so called Kidney cures but without any good result visiting her nelce Mrs Jesse Howard ol About a year ago he began use of Elc Qlendeano last week Stacking and threshing wheal is rapid Â¬ trie Bitters aud found telle at cmee la especially adapted to ly progressing but thoayield Is not so Eleetrlo Bittern cure of all Kidney and Lifer troubles good m it was last year and often glvee almost instant rellW MIm Mary Peyton returned from Glen One trial will pioye our statement hMMp hut week where she has beea 1rioeealy 60c for tag MtU At A vlHig MM Mary Moorman R FfcW drag siof Llttl MUes Maute ami Kuby tee to Ohio eousty Saturday to vleH Â¬ Mr KuiTon With your permission I will send you a description of our town Thero seems to bo an erroneous Idea pre- Â¬ vailing In regard to this part of the coun- Â¬ try Some seem inclined to think It Is far from civilization Wo havo three churches a largo school house two blacksmith shops and two dry goods stores and each has a full lino of grocer- Â¬ ies A four acro lot has been deeded to tho Bishop of the Catholic church and n handsome church will soon bo erected As Catholics predominate it will bo convenient for them for as it Is they aro compelled to go to Owensboro or forego the pleasure of attending church This has beon a very dry spring but crops are looking well What little to- Â¬ bacco that has been set is looking well but people aro waiting for rain before setting the remainder of their crop We are having a glorious rain this evening which I hopo will glvo them a chance Tho cut worms did great damage for a while but their hunger senna appeased Wo aro well pleased with our now homo nnd of course wo take the Bmcck Wo also tako tho Mes Â¬ rNituxiK News senger Mr WoodsonB paper and with all respect to that worthy gentleman wo will be compelled to mako the News our bow aud would suggest that the Messen Â¬ ger send a man up to Cloverport and see how the News runs things Tho Nns has the beet corps of correspondents of any county paper I have ever seen Sam Jones has come and gone I consider him one of the brightest men I ever had tho plensuto of listening to His co woiker Mr Stuart is a more I find it eloquent speaker than ho quite tho popular thing amoug certain people to go hear Mr Jones nnd then condemn his stylo of prcachint not- Â¬ withstanding you could not luduco those very people to miss a elnglo sermon One lady upon being asked how she liked Sam Jones replied that sho wos slightly disappointed When asked to explain herself sho said she could not exactly tell yet sho was disappoint Â¬ ed I learned afterwards sho remained in town all week attending the meeting never missing 11 sermon I also found a great many men as well as women tho Of course tho Messenger samo way sat down on Mr Jones as usual and the people wanted to bo on tho popular side The only objection Mr Woodson can possibly havo to Mr Jones is ho comes down on whisky too hard Ho did plenso tho people If ho had not such immense crowds would never have gathered to listen to him I nlso bad the pleasure of hearing Mr Bryans Ho certainly ppeech on Freo Silver handled his subject well His speech showed much caro and thought had been given to tho money question Judging from the applause so heartily given the sympathy of the crowd must have been Freo Silver Is all tho cry wlthhlin Tho peo Â¬ in this neck of tho woods ple seem to think that is tho only rem- Â¬ edy for hard times This part of Daviess county is tho finest portion it is as yet undeveloped tho greater part Is still in timber There Is a good opening for enterprising people but one thing sure you must move or you will get run over This is no placo for idlers or loungers thero is too much work to do they cant stay Mrs Mary Adk issom Â¬ shall Morris Jr of Louisville will accompany Miss Jennie Green home Tho young sons of Messrs Meddle Minegorrodo and McFarland of Louisville were at the Club houso this week Tho population of our little villago is soon to bo Increased by tho addition of forty young gentlemen from Louisville Will explain another timo Miss Cora Wingato is visiting friends nnd relatives in Daviess county She will also spend a few weeks with rela- Â¬ tives In Indiana beforo her return Miss Nannie Fisher Mr Smith Miss Nannie Green Mr Joe Jones and sever- Â¬ al other couples spent the 4th at tho Tar Springs The nbove named couples were of Hock Vale Tho gypsies spent a fow days in our villago last week They wero orderly and well behaved while here They had eight wagons nnd n largo number of tents and horses I am told L fTTo Misses Bcauchamp Jennie and Bell Davison Mesrs Sam MorganClyde Shumate Albert Davison Ed Thomas Davison Sam Major Preston Green and a number of others attended tho picnic at Hardinsburg the Ith I know an old bachelor who sowed his mall broadcast on tho public highway last week I suppose it was an accident but they wero all business letters as good luck would havo It He can get them again nt the Falls of Rough post office e I havo neglected to men- Â¬ tion that the Falls of Rough is one of tho most civil quiet respectable places in tho county Thero Is no intoxicating drinks sold hero nnd no gambling per- Â¬ mitted It is a perfectly genteel village in every respect Miss Maud Lyons returned from Short Creek Wednesday where sho lias been visiting for tho past few weeks but to tho regr t of her many friends sho left on Saturday afternoons train for her homo in Fordsville I think there is a certain oung man who feels very lonely so lonely that ho may seek tho more congenial cllmo of Fordsvillo ere many weeks have sped away Â¬ here-to-for- DUKES WVWMMWI rjuumvtmt we wett Chi ter Cry r otriUB Pithr CrUu titlriwLMieO Mw MatWel wt W Ur MoGfr awl Mr Mw Mrs Newby who has bcon quite ill Is getting better Mr Richard Sapp who has been qtiilo ill is convalescent Eve was made purposely for Adams Euprcss Company Born Juno 13 to the wife of Win Dawson a ten pound girl Messrs S B nnd J II Burnett went to Hawesville Monday on business Good teachers mako good children and good mothers mako good men Mr R J Tindlo has built n now ad Â¬ dition to hisresldenco on Main Btreet Mr Joo Baldwin had a young calf to mysteriously disappear out of his part lire a few days ago Mrs Sarah Burnett nnd Mrs Iaura Burnottand her two children visited Mrs Jarboo Wednesday Mrs Mary Duko and two of her children spent Thursday at Dukon the gueste of Mrs Sarah Burnett Our affable post master goes to Daviess county quite often of late Must bo other attractions besides relatives Oat harvest is at hand and is better than we havo had for soveral years Not a very largo acreago sown in this vicinity Mr Wm Dunn will teach tho - hool at Dukes again Mr Dunn lias taught two sessions of our school Ho is well beliked by both patrons and pupils Esq E II Johnson lias been letting out some contracts on our public ligii way which gives us hopo of safer and better traveling iu the near future The News has failed to reach thii fllco on Wednesday its regular day fo bov eral weeks If4ho timo of printimr has not been changed tho fault mu lay with some of Undo Sams officials Beulah Roberta tho ninc yi old daughter of Mr and Mrs II B Rolerta whiio swinging in a porch Mdny struck her baro foot against a nai1 proceeding through tho floor and cut ash across tho bottom of her foot an inch long Wo hope it will not prove st nous Good Old Granny Metcalf80 years old Tho prospect for n corn crop ever living at 018 Monroo street Paducah Ky says that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey was moro promising Tobacco tunugli A are is tho best grip cure cough lung nnd generally late is looking well being blessed with plenty of rain hich bronchial remedy that has been offered to the people during her life Guaran- Â¬ should make us very thankful fo tho teed and sold by Short Haynes Clover- Â¬ tender mercies nnd long forbearai 0 of port DrIUIMcMullinMcDaniels M an all wise Creator and learn bj past Meyer Co Buras j A Taylor Rosetta privations to appreciato Gods goodness towards us A A W E Brown Irvington Ky Richardson Garfiold Ky A R Morris TAR FORK Big Spring Ky W O Moorman Glen Co deane Ky P Sherron Bros Tho Misses Seaton havo a now organ Kirk Ky Horace Scott Hardinsburg Miss Lizzlo Stono went to Fordsvillo Ky the 4th BIG SPRING Mr J C Basham of West View is in this neighborhood Dr Strollier was nt Sulphur Springs Rev J T Keenan is at homo from lost Saturday Miss Ollie Mav Clarkson is visiting Barboursville College Mrs Nettie Ball of Jolly recently vis- Â¬ relatives at Elizabethtown ited her parents Mr and Mrs P of Owensboro Mrs Melvin Eskridgc Keenan is visiting her father and sistors Mr Patrick Keenan Sr is rapidly Miss Mary Lewis Clarkson of Louls- Â¬ failing in health his nllliition being of a vlllo is visiting Miss ZelmaStrother dropsy nature Misses Nannie nnd Katlo Board of Mrs John Hlnton who has been an Garfield aro visiting Mr E W Jones invalid for so mo months is not expected Mrs Jennie Kasoy of Owonsboro Is to live many days visiting her brothers W J and T B Quite a number of young peoplo from Moorman here attended tho picnic at Hardinsburg Misses Neda aud Ada Beard of Har- Â¬ All report a nice timo dinsburg are visiting their aunt Mrs G Mrs A L Snyder of Cincinnati io A Meador turned homo last week altera two weeks Miss Lillio Scott who has been visit Â¬ visit to hor brother O W Hendrickson ing Mrs A B Morris returned homo O B Bates returned a few days sinco lost Tuesday from collego in Tennessee His abboncu Misses Emma Deo McGeheo and Pearl of fivo years from home wrought quite a Ditto of Brandenburg are visiting Miss chango in him B V Burton recognized Bettle Clarkson the fact and kindly escorted him around Messrs Ernest Fontaine and Will Mc- Â¬ in his buggy introducing hlra to his near Geheo were the guests of Miss Bettle relatives and acquaintances ns so mo Clarkson last Sunday strange candidate completely playing ofT formerly of this on nil Mrs Geo Clarkson place but now of Brandenburg is visit- Â¬ Last Juno Dick Crawford brought his ing Mrs A W Clarkson child suffering from Last Sunday was Childrens Day and infantilo diarrhoea to mo It had been Brother CundlfT preached an excellent weaned at four months old and had al- Â¬ sermon to the young people ways been sickly I gave it tho usual MitsiB Carrie Cooper Alma Brown of treatment in such cases but wihout Vino Giove and Edith Craycroft of Fla- Â¬ benefit Tho child kept growingthnner herty a ro visiting Miss Frankio Cray- Â¬ until It weighed but little more than when born or porhaps ten pouids I croft Mrs Din Roberts and daughter Mrs then started the father to giving Cham Â¬ Molllo Richardson of Ekron and Miss berlains Colic Cholera and Dinirhiea e 25 Foirlo Hardin of Holts bottom were Remedy Beforo ono bottle of im- Â¬ tho the guests of Mr Ben Clarksons cent size had been used a mark provement was seen and its con nued family List Monday and Tuesday use cured tho child Its wcakue and Mrs G A Meador entertained last puny constitution disappeared aud Its Frjday ovoning in honor of hor guests father and mysolf bellove tho child lifo The tho Misses Boards and Beards Misses Clara was saved by this Remedy J T Mar following wero presont low M D Tamaroa 111 For e 0 by Norrls Daisy Meador SCelraa Strother A R Fisher Cloverport Ky and Lillio Clarkson Pearl Wimp Lllllo Scott Board Hardinsburg Ky Board Nannie Kincheloe Myrtle Moorman Katie Board Ada Board Jonnlo Clarkson Bet HAZEL DELL Messrs Jim Moorman tio Clarkson Tom Hardin Tom Durbln Chas Morris Health of tho community is goo John Carter John Norrls Dr Strother Mr Bud Payne spent the 4th with John Meador Guy Meador and others Miss Blanche Grant wo failed to get their namos Waltzing of GarfiJd Is Miss Lottie Compton and games wero indulged In till a late when cream and cakes wero seryed visiting her grand mother Mrs Jamos hour 8aton as refreshments Several of our young folks attended tho Some folks will think that Dr Bells picnic at Hardinsburg on tho 4th nnd reÂ¬ Pino Tar Honev Is no better than the port a good time common cough remedies until they try Miss Emma Seaton sprained heraukle It Then thoy will know for themselves very seriously last Wednesday by jump Â¬ that Its tho beat on earth For sale by ing from a buggy Short A Haynes Cloverport Dr R Misses Sallie Basham and Sallle DowuM II MoMullln McDnIelsM Meyer A and Messrs Willie Sea too Add Arms Co Bums A Taylor Kosetta W E and George Basham spent the 4th wMk Brown IrvinjftoBKy A A Richardson MIse Ollie Do well Garfield A R Morris Wg Spring Ky Mlasea HatUe Lyon DUa Atwced W O Meotmaa Gl deane Ky P Sker and Messrs George Squire Allea Miliar im Bros ilk C Kirk Ky Ileraae 8eeU and Bad Payne were tk mU ol Mis HawlWburg Ky Hkcke Grant Soaday Â¬ Â¬ twelve-months-ol- d 1 V51 3 --T Jr- - M rmm -- x W a - n - THEl BRHGKHNRIDGR bens Miss Lillio Clarkson is nt home for a vacation but will return to Mies Nolds Seminary this fall lo finish her courso next June I was glad to find Mrs Clarkson gaining in strength and I NJSVWS OJUOVKflPOKLaN BLANFORD CAPTURES KY - - t Breckenridge Jm 0 A News and ProprUtfri 17 BRANDENBURG Miss Mary Taylor lias returned from Hill drove Mr Nevltt nnd Mr Gouglt were in Louisvlllo last week Father Smith had services nt the Cath- Â¬ olic church last Sunday Miss Noll Burks of Louisville visited Miss Jen Hardin last week Miss Kate Mattingty was a guest of Mrs Chas Coleman last week Miss learlo Wimp is visiting Misses Gcnevlve and Kitty Clarkson Mrs Wm Bowleys sister Miss Stitli of Louisville is visiting her this week Miss Agnes Worland is in Leaven worth Ind to sco Mrs Isabelle Barnelt Mr and Mrs D W Lewis and Mies Mary visited Mrs Jess Ilerndon latt week Mrs Ellen Stokes and tlaughterBertha spent tho past week with Mrs O G Morcmau Mrs Mary Radley has returned to Elizabethtown from visit to Judge Falrlelgh and wife Thoro was no preaching at tho Baptist church last Sunday Brother Hagans place is not yet filled Mr Anslctn Clarkson was in town Sat- Â¬ urday nnd Mrs Geo ClarkBon returned with him to Big Spring Mrs Tempo Simmons is occupying her new residence over her husbands store at the head of Main street Mrs Mollie 1 Carricoof Hopkinsvllle is paying her usual summer visit to her sister Mrs Thos Hamilton Big Spring for tho ensuing fall BEWLEYVILLE lei J over from Utt week IS In T 8 2tMii Editor Tom Cain attended tho picnic at Miss Little Scott of Hardlnsburg is of Miss Lucy Frank Miss Ida Shumato was the guest of Miss Mary Paul several days Mr and Mrs Josso Stlth attended church at Bowleyvlllo Saturday Alberta Tom and Wathen Drury are WEDNESDAY JULY 1895 Bibiorlplloa Trio SI 00 If Paid at th Eii of the Tear Year la Ad anos tl25 July ijth OS the a candidate lHAKIKS IIIANFOItla action of the Subject to the Tor the I fgltlslure llreckenrldge County Itepulillcan Convention re authorlted to announce SIX PAGES LEMOCEATIG TICKET Ior Governor PWIIAHDIN OF MKKCKIt For Ileut Governor KTTYLKH OF HICKMAN BOONK For Auditor LCNOHMANOF For Treasurer It C FOItU OF CIAV For Heglttcr O II SWANGO OF WOLFK OF FLKMING For Attorney General WJ IIKNDIUCK For Secretary ol State US HALE Kor Commissioner ION II of Agriculture health and experiencing that beautiful resignation that only Christians can hopo to attain after kissing the rod that chasÂ¬ tens Mr James Moorman I found con- Â¬ fined to his bed from paralyrls but cheerful nnd submissive with his lovely daughter ns ministering deity ami manly son for comforter In every llf truly theres n GetliBcmane pray ns wo may for tho cup to pass Mr John Hardin was at his post the Custom Ilousefull of sound money chat true Democracy wit repartee fun which his paper corres- Â¬ pondence always indicates Tho littlo village is teeming with visitors which its most worthy c6rrespondent will report Dont fall to chronicle tho going and coming of ono young M D as just now his movements are of moro than usual interest Seo Everybody out in that corner of tho thrco counties takes tliU paper and thanks aro due many of you foi tho interest in this column especially my old ftiend Mrs Acli Moorman whom I regretted not seeing in her own pleas ant home Only sunny memorits clus- Â¬ ter round the Valley for me such as can never be cherished again the guest THE NOMINATION FOR THE LEGISLATURE NAIU STEPHENSPORT Mr John Johnston of HardlnBburg was in own Friday Mr and Mrs Frank Ferry mado a fly- Â¬ ing trip to Louisville last week Mr James Skillman of Hardlnsburg visiting his sister Mrs George Bark lay Miss Blanche Grant of Sample was tho guest of her aunt Mrs Wash Payne Is For Superintendent of Public Instruction HI 1OltTKIt THOMPSON Thats an old gag the llcpubllcan par ty is giving us the Dick Tate racket Wheat is quoted at sixty five cents on the Louisville market Our millers are paying the sarao price here Warner Shacklett has the school at His line last week Jo Blackburn is still in the ring light Â¬ has fallen in pleasant places Mrs Eugene Haynes and Mrs Henry ing for free silver and the rights of tho Misses Kitty Wimp Jinnie Lee Wool people We are thinking it will ho a folk and Lula Wool folk were visitors last Davis of Cloverport were in town Sat- Â¬ urday evening cold day when they down Mr Black- Â¬ week of Mr E Wimps family Corn and tobacco crops never looked burn Mrs GInnie Phillips daughters Ituth belter in this section aud tho good times and Fannio with Mabel Hardin visiUd aro coming en re There is life in tho old party yet Tho Mr and Mrs Thos II Ditto last week Mrs John Hook and daughter of Ilar Democrats are not knocked out in old Mrs Dowdy lingers gradually growing dinslur are vslting Mrs Hooks moth- Â¬ Breckenridge by a largo majority All they have to do now is to nominate a weaker Her family give her every care er Mrs Perrigo good clean man stand him tiiuarely on a and attention with every friend attentive Miss Graco McCoy after a visit homo and kind of n couple of weeks left for Louisville free silver platform and elect him Misses Emma DeeMuGehec and Pearle Monday morning The Democratic and Republican Com- Ditto Messrs Will McGchee and Ernest Little Helen Dowell returned from mittees respectively will arrange for Fontaine spent Saturday and Sunday Morgantown Thursday where she has joint debates during the campaign be- Â¬ with Miss Btttio Clarkson of BigSpring been to see her father tween Hardin and Bradley tho candi- Â¬ Mr BC Rithardson of Union Star Judge II C Rawlings en mo fsame lut dates for Governor That they will bo Saturday I hear he expects to take his pase4 through town Saturday enroute worth a hearing no one will doubt Just family West with him Mrs Henry to Louisville on business whei and when tho Hon Thomas let Hnwlinga will join her husband in ColMiss Faille Richardson of Union Star titwll enter the ring no one seems to orado spent several days Ik re last week with know There was an excursion down last the family of Mr J T Hanks Mr and Mrs R A Shellmnn James Tim bonds of Mexico although pay Â¬ Sunday from Louisville and New Albany The Columbia was full to ovt lowing Shellmrn Jr and Mr Lou Faith spent able n silver Bellas readily in Europe the flrbt part of the wuk in Hardlns- Â¬ as do tho bonds of America payable in with a very orderly crew for a seventh burg day cruif coin Mexico has plenty of money her Mr L D Addison purchased Saturday I understand it big Democratic barbe Â¬ peoj i are all prosperous and they have H no titible in meeting their obligations cue or picnic is being talked up The tho distillery property of T Alexander Bro at Stephenspoit and will remove will bring us pro- Â¬ Stato and county candidates would be If th Mexican level gress md prosperity wo say let us have on hand and it will be held at the incut same to Addison Mr C F Cnshmun of Union Star and it convenient aud central point in Meado Mr Ludwell Adkis on of our town will Mrs McMeadorand herdaughterMrs In ilver using countries the prices of McMillen arrived at Oklahoma the 7th take clmrgc of the school at this placo all f rm products are steady and uni- Â¬ of this month Mrs McMillen writes tho coming csion Mrs Hani Reynolds returned from Gas form It doesnt tako any moro bushels Mrs GaboMeadorthat the recent cyclone ol w jat to day to pay a debt than it did did much damage therefrightening them City Tufcday night accompanied by Mrs J II Jay her sister-in-laMrs Lay five lira ago The purchasing power of terribly but no lives were lost will remain sometime a do ir is no more to day than it was Thero is an outing party from N w five v jars ago or ten years ago It is tho The magnificent brick building of Albany and LoiiisvillontSulpliurSprinjs also in wheat or cotton One bush- Â¬ Messrs Addison Dick is nearing com Â¬ sami Misses May Dee lusey and Lida Haynes el of vhcat or one pound of cotton buy pletion and will bo ready for occupancy aro with the party Mrs J W Rich- Â¬ the same amount of money about the first of August ardson will chaperone a hay rido to tho If you want your property insured Spring this evening where a jolly time It is estimated that the wheat crop of is of course in store for the pleasure write to R W Vitughnn Stephensport Ky agi nt for the Royal Phoenix and this ountry will bo 100000000 bushels seekers short while tho reports from England Manchester fire insurance companies Charlio Bryant is to bo a candidate for nnd Europe are not encouraging A Brother J B Sneed of Hardlnsburg great drought is upon England and Legislature on the Republican tickd and Brother Walton of Brandenburg Ho Is one of our Meade county boys wheat barley and oats aro not at all assisted In the protracted meeting at the promising and do not approach anything honest upright a good citizen a nice Methodist church at this place the past gentleman and excellent neighbor noth near a full yield There is no reason week why farmers shouldnt get fair prices fof ing in the world wrong witli him except hes on the wrong side in politics at Brother J U Hunt pastor of tho Bap their products this year least I think so tist church here spent several days The entertainment given by tho ladies among tho members Brother Hunt left Th hue is a call by the chairman for of tho Cutholic church was ono of the Thursday to begin a protracted meeting the county Democratic Committee to meeting in Indiana meet and look about for a candidate for most elegant affairs that has ever been Â¬ Dont forget that Mr Geo P Keu the Legislature With a Democrat there undertaken here The rooms wore beau will be three candidates in tho field tifully decorated aud draped with many drick of Louisville will give a mogic Whether three or forty it matters not now features introJuoed to attract A lantern exhibition Friday night July one of them should bo a Democrat nice little amount was realsd to be apÂ¬ 10 1895 at Stephensport Baptist church There is no reason that wo should vacate propriated ns thought best for the Mr Kendrick illustrates thelifo of Christ in n very impressive manner The ad Â¬ the fiold and turn it over to tho Populists church and Republicans Ours is tho party of I notice in a Chicago paper a very mission is 15 and 10 cents respectively the pcoplo and while it occasionally complimentary mention of Miss Nannie Tickets for Bale at all the stores in Steph meets with reverses it still has a good L lusey who took a prominent part in ensport Addison and Union Star Let mission Wo want a Democrat to run a piano recital there last week She cap- Â¬ everyone come and we want him to bo a good man Tho tured tho gold medal for proficiency Chairman is right in bringing the matter She is a daughter of Mr Ean lusey and County Democratic Committee Meet before us Let us make an organization Lizzie Mumford lusey and only about log and keep the party together Not only ten years old unusually bright and inkeep up the organization butgo into the telligent for her ago Tho Democratic Committee is earnest Â¬ fight to win ly requested to meet at ofllco of Bank of Now Preston inl lady who is flatter iugiu manner and profuso in compli- Â¬ IlardiiiHlmrir Hardlnsburg on Monday 21 1803 at 180 pm This present issuo rounds out tho nine Â¬ ments being 5th That beautiful drers you July Monday for the purpose of fixing time teenth year of the News existenco as a described showed womanly knowledge county paper Looking back over tho how I admire n womanly woman who and manner of nominating a candidate past we have reason lo feel grateful to believes in charming attiro and not tho- - to ropreseutBicckcnridgo county in the the public for favors shown us At tho nonsensical chatter of ignoring the value Lower branch of tho next General As of Kentucky Tho prtsencoof same time wo have trcd to merit their of dress A velvet gown and diamonds sembly patrofttgo and good will by giving them if a plethoric pocket book if ot the all Democrats is also riqueitcd by tiie a reasonably good paper in return Our most exquislto simplicity in bowitching chairiiiin Frdiik Board Secy purp so has been to make tho News a costumes Jeta Whitworth Chni clean paper sullablo for tho homes and Senator Blackburn wishes it to bo firesi Jes of the people of Breckonridgo and surrounding counties If occasion- Â¬ understood he pluces himself upon tho ally it has not met the demands of all it platform on Ids own construction differ has not been tho fault altogether of tho ing materially with tho administration Editors Wo have labored in and out of Of course John 8 Rhea was on his feet YOUNG Beasoii to make tho News a first class before Harry Weisseinger took his chair said Populist county paper both in the reading and becauso Mr W advertising matter These oflbrts have which ho had no business to nay when WE OFFER A REMEDY WHICH INSURES SAFETY TO LIFE been appreciated ceeiningly by our pat Â¬ Democrats take counsel together rons and most gratifying to us too from Gen S U Buckner came in with usual OF MOTHER AND CHILI the fct that we now have by odds tho terseness and brevity was laconio but large ft circulation of any county paper was uuderatood as we know to lie ready in this part of tho State In the futuro to go into the field for tho good of his as in tho past we hopo to bo oblo to ac Â¬ party and to elect the ticket ROES CONFINEMENT OP Iff PAIN HORROR AND RISK knowledge a continuation of theso favors Miss Daisy Mclntyro and I spent Fri Â¬ and an increased share of public patron day and Saturday in Big Spring the guests of Mrs Strother and MUa Zelma wasMy wlfo used only twobottlfM She ae easily und quickly relieved 1 now Daisy went In tho interest of a muslo dolnjr upfendidly J H Mobtox Harlow N O class and a ijood prospect I think awaits The her I found the dear old place about Set by express or matt 90 reooiM of Ht showed no baking powder the same as when it was my home eight Iaa ftt Mil Book TO MOTHKHS1 so pure or so great la Jeav years ago except of couwe tk change Mld tie WUmiLB KWHUTOB ATUXTi U emlag pewer as the Royal In social circles Willi tite yc HBger MLB T AU PKPBgMlt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ visiting relatives at Brandenburg Miss Eugenie Robertson of Elizabeth town is the guest of Misa Mary Blanford C II Drury and Miss Ada Drury at- Â¬ tended tho picnic near Dr D Lewis tho Mi Miss Florence Cnlu is visiting Misses Lullo Nuunelly and Winnie Green of Louisville Mrs Laura Stlth was in Louisvlllo Wednesday Thursday and Friday visit Â¬ ing relatives Misses Lena Diury and Blancho Jolly spent last week witli Mrs John Frakes of Brandenburg W W Keath is buteher for the beef club He killed the first ono Saturday morning Now for good living Mrs Charlio Stitli and two daughters of the Masonic Home in Louisville are tho guests of Mrs Tom Hardaway Aunt Susan Trlplett is quite sick During the past week her friends have feared tho worst for her but she is now somewhat improved Brother CundlfT tlid not como to fill his appointment Saturday so instead of preaching there was a testimony meet Â¬ ing led by W II Cain Sr Ray Keath has been rusticating in a neighboring corn field through the past week Tho field is looking better and we hope Ray is nono tho worse Jesse Eskridge of Vine Grove visited friends in our community last week Jesse is now a local preacher having re- Â¬ ceived licenso to preach at the District Conference at Brandenburg Tho hard woiking farmers and their boys have had a day of rest indeed Sunday morning bifore day the rain commenced falling and nicely and gen- Â¬ tly it continued until in the afternoon Tho season so far has been fineand crops are as the girls say perfectly splendid We intend to obey the bible injunction and not forsake tho assembling of our- Â¬ selves together but when circumstances conapire to keep us at horns there is truly a blessedness in pleasant conversa- Â¬ tion and reading good books and papers through tho Sabbath hours Nothing is so conducive to ri fined cultivated char- Â¬ acter as filling the mind with pure elevated thoughts of good books I am sorry for our Editor that he was whipped out on tho silver question He has come round very gracefully and I hope a gold basis will serve him better than did the weight of those silver dol- Â¬ lars that pulled him down Patterson hill Golden Ron Wilsons Namo Withdrawn Before a Vote Was Taken A HARMONIOUS MEETING Glassware Queensware Crockery Never such Varieties ft 1 1 - 1 i ROOK VALE Mrs E M Bogard visited her parents lately Mies Iva I Howard visited Miss Green aud Miss Beard on last Sunday Wo are glad to be able to say that M L Doyle is much improved in health Miss Katie Board will teach the school at this place Wo wish her every suc- Â¬ cess Mr J II Dewees the enterprising merchant at this place is doing a flourish ing business Misses Fanuie C Gieen and Pearl Beard visited Miss Edna Robertson of Glendeane recently Miss May O Dempster has a pair of beautiful pot Equirrels presented by her friend L C Smith Miss Nannie J Green will accompany Miss Pearl Beard upon her return to her homo in Fishcrvlllo Ky Miss Naunie J Green and Miss Pearl Beard were pleasantly entertained by Miss Nannio L Fisher 011 last Monday Misses Fannie and Naunie Green and Pearl Beard spent a couple of days most delightfully at tho pleasant home of Mrs V W Jones last week Misses Nannie Fisher Pearl Beard Etta Green Nannie Green and Messrs L C Smith and J T Jones spent July 4 at Tar Springs All were enraptured with the beauties of tho place and the kind hospitality dispensed there Mrs R T Dempster royally entertain ed tho Misses Green and their guest Miss Pearl Beard on last Saturday and Sun day aud on Monday eyening Mrs O S Robertson opened her delightful hos- Â¬ pitable home to the same party and other young people Misses Mary J Moorman Monniu Hunter May Moorman Mary Peyton Besslo Moorman Nannio Fisher Nannie Green Pearl Ifcaid Etta Green Arno Robertson and Messrs L 0 Smith and Wllllo Robertson composed a jolly party which spent a day at Sand Knob recent- Â¬ ly All report a most glorious time Â¬ Mothers Friend Worlds Fair Tests Notice to Trustees and Teachers The Breckenridge County Teachers Inslituto for tho current school year will be held at Hardlnsburg beginning on Monday July 22d 1803 and will con tlnue five days All In this county who are teachers of tho graded common schools in cities of the fifth and sixth classes whu hold Stato Diploma State Certificate or County certificate or who contemplate applying for a certificate to teach in tho common schools of this county aro required under penalty of forfeiting the right to hold a certificate to ntteud tho full session of this Insti- Â¬ tute unless they have a contract to leach ekewhere and have Attended or can attend la that county A failure to not teach during thta school year deea On wettefi the awveiittoa tbea al not exempt ft twwher He must attend or forfeit hie ecrtlftekv You will take jna ned Bote ami govern yefcMelvefl fteeoVdlsg ie KfHiVJto CbV CnwmltUa Law IMUm 146 Ir the HftftHnrtmn A X Klwriuhe 6 IT M IlMtM Anmmw Bmwcmx 8vpt Taul Tho Republican County Convention met in the Court house last Monday at 1 oclock p m and was called to order by A temporary or- Â¬ Mr Frank Haswell ganization was effected by electing Mr Dion Jolly temporary Chairman and James A Allen Secretary Tho Chair appointed tho following committees On Permanent Organization Elijah E Miller George Cnrwilo and Chintz Roy Â¬ N alty On Credentials Thomas Bennett Joo M Phlpsand J P Haswell Jr ArtD On Resolutions It T Polk Thomas J Jolly J R Eskridge and J R Allen The committee on permanent organi- Â¬ zation mado their report and recommend ed that Mr Blon Jolly bo chosen perma Â¬ nent chairman and James E Allen per- Â¬ manent Secretary The report was adopt- Â¬ ed Mr Burton offered the following reso- Â¬ lution in Resolved That it is tho sen so of this convention that the Kentucky Legisla Â¬ ture should declare all public roads lead- Â¬ ing from a county Beat to a county of an adjoining county to bo State Thorough- Â¬ fares and as bucIi mako some provision for employing the short tlmo convicts in grading and mlcademizing same Mr Jesse Eikrldgo opposed the adopt ion of the resolution He Bald he thought it was out of placo and besides it would handicap their candidate and he moved thnt tho resolution be laid on the table Mr Burton mado a few remarks in sup- Â¬ port of his resolution but the Chair ruled tho resolution out of order The Committeo on Credentials report- Â¬ ed the following as delegates and entitled to seats in the convention Hardlnsburg District No 1 Phillip Grecnwcll Clint Hook ChasMaUingy Mat Payne Horace Scott Abe McMead or Ben Robards Henry Riley Jesse R Eskridge Gus Shellmnn MMFrank Judge Wm Ahl Lon Pate Clayton Beard Jas Harris G N Taul Cloverport No 2 Henry Morton G W Jordan R T Polk W A Smith Alex Robinson Bennett Davenport Jos Johnston Christ Swaggert J E Black M Weatherholt L L Waggoner Wm FORMERLY DAUGHTERS COLLEGE Hawkins Hudson No 5 J T Bennett J II Calmi to Hand ai to the SubitantUli of Higher Education AMKRIOAN FEMALE OOLUSQBB Butler Logan Tucker Jonaa Gray J P IK TIIK FRONT HANK OPgirl and young ladies only located at one of the loveliest An institution for the highest culture ol Miluer E D T Mattingly Ed Butler spots in America each teacher a speclalltt five degrees every step for solidity perhaps the most xte- - ded curriculum to be found In any Southern Female College Has drawn its students Custer Jas Haynes II O Bennett from 21 states Address Horace Aldridge Jas II Lyons Babo Til SMITH A M PRESIDENT Alumnus of University of Virginia Niino McDaniels No 6 J T Hennlnger NOTICE Cloverport J E Black Geo W Jor- Sam Piiest ElllsCaunon Samuel T Johnson and James II Johnson have dan L L Waggoner this div entered Into a partnership for the pur Rock Yale G W Carwile II C Mattingly J B Bates nose of carrvlnor on a general acrrleultiiril and larmlnp business on the farm belonging tp Lake G W Hart Jacob Smith L T tftophensport E Miller Samuel T Johnson Each party Is to conlrlbnter0 Matthews Jas M Day Wm McQuady Union Star E B Gardiner equally in personal properiyanaeacnisio snare equally in the profits or losses B Bates J B Jackson Balltown J Bvwleyville Blon Jolly Samuel KJohnson is not responsible for any labor that is necessary to carry on the business Samuel Patterson Haidin Walker G A Gilliland Mooleyville Samuel T Johnson Union Star E B Gardiner Alf Root July istiiBj WebBtcr RN Jolly James II ohnson Chas Cashman Joe Burner Custer James Haynes Stephensport Roland Smith Geo Gil- Â¬ McDaniels E D Connor Notice to Creditors bert Jas Shellman Lon Faith T J Itock Vale Daniel rarrish Breckenridge Circuit Court Jolly John Danlol E II Miller Notice JFBrownAilmr Ilalntln S vs to Mooleyville Jas A Allen Geo A Prorjrram Creditor of the Breckenridge County J F Browns IcirsDcfendnts Glllilnnd All persons having claims against the estate of J h Brown deceased are hereby notified to Sunday School Contention Bowleyvlllo M P Payne Thos J before the Eroduce their claimsBreckenridge undersigned of the Circuit Court Jolly Pierce Hardaway The Breckenridge County Sunday properly proven at his office In llardinsburgKy Webster B A Parks Aaron Norton School Convention will meet at Hardlns on or before the 1st day of September next ilvan under my hand as Commissioner of said II C Bobbins J M Fitch A J Dye court this isth day of July i8j5 hurg on the 25th ol July V O Jlabbage M C B C Big Spring Not represented A basket dinner will be spread in one Your committee on resolutions reports of the beautiful parks for which the town Notice to Orediteri tho following is famous Breckenridge Circuit Court Be it resolved by the Republicans of Notice The Convention will bo called to order WmKMcGarys AdmV WalnUfT to Breckonridgo county in convention as Â¬ by the president Geo Beard at 10 Mary AvsAlvey et al Defendants 5 Creditors sembled All persons having claims against the estate oclock a m and the Convention will FMcGary 1st Wo hold that the last Republi Â¬ be organized and the report of delegates ol Wm produce their deceased are hereby noti- Â¬ fied to said claims before the un dersigned Master Commissioner of the Brtcken- Â¬ can National Platform adopted at Min will be heard Circuit Court properly proven at bis office in neapolis in 1802 sets out the correct prin- Â¬ Hardlnsburg Ky on or before th 1st day of The program will be as follows September next ciples of the Republican party Welcome address Dr Milton Board Miven under my hand as Commissioner of saTtl 2d Wo heartily endorse our Stato Introductory address G W Beard court this 11th day otjulv 189c V Gliabbage M C1 C Palatform adopted by tho Republican The County Convention its import convention at Louisville and we further Notice to Creditors and influence1 address by believe that tho nominees named at that Notice Prof R P Shacklett Gideon P Jollys Executrix Plff vs to convention aro worthy of tho support of What does it take to make a sue Blon Jolly c Defendants Creditor every Kentucky citizen AU persons having claims against the estate ceesful Sunday School Address of Gideon P Jolly deceased are hereby notified Md Wo sympathize with the Demo by Rev S K Breeding to produce their claims bctore th undersigned crats of this State In their present pain Â¬ Tho Sunday School What it is and vMMiniiuiicr ui uie nrccxennage cir Â¬ 7 cuit Court properly proyen at hls olc In Har ful ridiculous and absurd posfton before dlnsbug Kyon or before th 1st day of Septem Â¬ Should be Address by ber next the people and trust that tho rebuke Rev W B RutleJge Given nnder my hand as Commissioner of laid court this isth day ofjuly igu that they will receive in November will The Equipment of tho Teachor Ad Â¬ V G Babbage M C B C learn them better if they continue to Morris Eskridge dress by exist Ri a party after that election The Children of Christ A paper by DO YOU WANT T ST8P T9IACC6 4th We approve of the call for this Miss Margaret Smith convention will be interspersed with Yew Cent The program He Cured Wfalla UslBjr II R T Polk inuslc by a choir of good voices under Th habit of silng tobaoao Jas A Allen oa a Bias Committee management of Mrs Thomas II natll gray diseased eoudltloni growl prodaoed the are TJJollv I Tobaeeo oaniM oaneer of the oath and itoaa Jesse R Eskrldgo Withers ob djspepsla loii of memory -bctbm Mr Jos A Allen nominated the Hon Every Sunday School is earnestly re tieair th tetlna eeition ofreiuUIng and waiHog of Chas Blanford and Mr Jesse R Eskrldgo quested to send delegates th optlo nerve la tiUn eva to th exUat of MlftdasMi diul nominated the Hon Jonaa D Wilson Jesse R Eskridge Secy i vff smji ivtHisee astsssa Big auy ibb Tho nominating speeches were both rood esMont dull pain In regies of th hwt Mlfr aud highly eulogistic of tho candidates 4 lier by sharp palss plpttBtteM a4 weakened pals resulting la fatal but tt and croditablo to the two young speakers mm It also HUH Ibm of TltaHtv Mr Y B Burton in n very enthusias- Â¬ QIJIT BKFORK IT 18 TOO LATE Working people need dear tic speech seconded tho nomination of Mr Wilson heads sound sleep and good To quit luddsaly fitotoo mtki a shook to tho aa uw bo Before tho call of the district Mr digsstion for If sickness lyitsna at tebaoo that hU lBV4ratfoatssBaMy awe tiBo CURO Ustfrtea Goo W Jordan withdrew the name of NAOO owarn a t4Btcomee what then It is Hakle Ttgetabl renady gaaruie4 to b -Mf -r Mr Wilson and moved that the uouilna That feeHy ba- r- and wbUb baa boos hs ho Hr tfon of Mr Blanford bo made unanimous cheaper to keep well baring r iboM at queer feeling springs from tho hot IS which was done with loud and prolong baUtval tobaooo users KVnsuibttB f ed applause by the convention indigeetlon First you pooh TOU lANUS ALL THX TO iflodTOD Then followed calls or Mr Blandford pooh Then you grow alarm- Â¬ WANT WHILB TAKING UAMl70 who took the stand and in a very grace No need of that A box IT WIII NOTIKV YOU WMKX TO iTOrto ed WXQIVK A WRITT K QUAXANT- Iful speech accepted the nomination thrso Voxm Bar of Ripans TabulMwiliset you BOfaMBoatly aw- aay aaoa withoast iaUmU LoHd calls were made for Mr Wilson or leftiad th with It iter sUOO OUROt I not a Mtotitoto bat r who responded and In few word ac Â¬ right and keep you right ao blest aBMlatoi cepted the Inevitable renewing hie aith you oan eat sleep ana work iUU ad MtoaHa fer tobaooo wltbot tho doatrsji the Kljvms TsAuIm may be MlMt tawvf b yur aW of will payor aal with ao laooaeoaUaow toh to party ami tern a hearty sip It roayoo th SMtoat m Mtr aa bm port to the ticket frees Bfodtoy dewH to rvt dniggUt FriM ja MU M took jow trot bow BJHarM tli Uy Blanford i vA Quantities Qualities this Section i Shown The late Tariff laws have very perceptibly affected Queens ware and you will find this illustrated in our low prices vest BRAUMONT GOIaLxRQEl - sSsv SUB fat Â¬ V jW NeedClearHeads hst akfVf a JbbbbH- ld fTg 4- - er ISBOAO ITXAYID hoaoa fcfMhf M a Tc tMi wUaat I hNiu sunk lit fts a ba AinuferMai OsHMattlrBBnrJUBfMto oast tic lwo al Btoiaft oor t aBFa Barra jOrty aotiallMBBrftto - Uaatnaat a4 aaraatoorl aarawa-- 3L jfraL 3bb - -- rajtrsja - saiMoBo- O K MATH aa ssMtoiriaS aaBJ oar - J wff h r 4 Mjfipmji1 owwypwH1 THE A KLLE Wl BREOKEUStJcilDGEl NEWS GLOYERPORT KY GUSTON Miss Kiltie Tidings Loulevillt iting tlio Munford family Is vis- Â¬ ajjaaaBHBMBaBWawBiBiBsaBjasBBSBBiaaeaiBsiBB - - v T 8X Jw - DAME 3AN3 MEItCi v m1 Si JtWiHjndimUWoliOif ffr7 turkl bjc nil tojms hair 4Am my lore la lout to mol j T v rALLS OF ROUGH IRVINGTON Tho little Misses Heron from Clover- Â¬ port are visiting Miss Lucy Frank at Mt Pisgnh AN AVENUE OF IDOLS Miss Bozatth of Louisville Is Visiting her brother Mr W Bozaftli r MroStuartj mother ofMrltnSlorm returnitl to her lintlin last week ifovrDr iSnibuth ta called to Evans villo to scowls brother who is very 111 Mrs Otceri Beanl of Hardinsburg was a guest nt tho patsonngo a few daj s last week Mrs Henry Dean was visiting lier daughter Mrs Bettio Moorman Inst -- re Mver heard her mention box 8fce doesnt smile on risque motst JOCer taste In dross g quite divines Bljj a halt an anp l goodness knows Hat an tatin Mifrv villi lu HlHJtJ mh UfJ Jim I kaew she patntal tambourines A1 pickle Jars and copper bells WUh flowers and storks nd rlrer Wenee JAad moonlight ylevt JJot Jbneklli problem yvxa Has baa no theories tu propound I M crnsacWVior crania confound i on scallop jghells painted photo frames galore wood velvet IvorLno and brnsst efeo pnlntx thcprniuh o the door Rhe has not spared the looking gliuts The plush framed plaques upon her wall Hor limp art muslins everywhere Wjo floral drain pipe In her holl They know tho pangs Ive had to bear Anil now the Rubicon Is passed Tha great abyss between us set The final blow has falln last Uvo sold goodby to Amoret Ooodby to bliss that might lmvo been ioodby to happy hopes that worn Bfeea V neck Miss Edith Shumate of Ekron is visit Â¬ ing hor brother Mr Clyde- fchumato of tills piaco Mr mmi Mrs Alva Landrum were gueste of their nunt Mrs Klttlo Davison this week Mr Hardin Wilson and family of Louisville aro tho guesta of Mr and Mrs Frank Peyton Mr V B Burton is shipping a lot of dressed staves from tho mouth of Rock Lick this week Mrs Kelley of Short Creek and Mib wero Fidelia Haynes of Owensboro guests of Mrs Ben Storms ono day last - draped n VomU Martln scrHn And asptnalled an empire chair J Pnlt Mall Gatto 3ST6 NEHDTOSTUTTEJL Rev J D Duncan will baptize a few who joined thd church last winter in A Leading Specialist Says the Sufferer Can Rough river at this place next Sunday Crti HimselfThe Way Is so Takea evening Lena llreatii Before Each Vowel Oprfn from Miss Jennie Green returned till Mouth Wide and Speak Louisvillo last week accompanied by Stammoring and stuttoritiR nro now Miss Matteel McGregor and Mr Marporpniieutly cured in Now York by a shall Morris who will bo her guests for a ftlniplo mothoiL Those nfllictions differ few weeks Iwl slightly Iu ono caso thoro is inabil Â¬ I heard that a young man of Grajson ity to pronounce certain words iu tho county wns bravo enough to pop tho Neither accord Otbjav certain sounds ingto a New York professor who is n question tcrhls best girl but that so ex- Â¬ pidrmto of ft German collego for tho hausted his powers of speech rooking vocal orgajis is a disease but botli nro and courage that he nover could say to halnts lhat will disappear under propor her How old are you Nancy But treatment jUBt remained ignorant of tho important Ojho iunbility to talk plainly or to ar knowWg tllllt was too late for when ticulate except with great effort when ho applied to get license to marry his duo to organic trouble or malformation docs not corao under tho head of stam Â¬ adored Nancy and the clerk of the coun- Â¬ mering diid is not within tho ecopo of ty asked how old is she he was comthostuttcring specialist pelled to say 1 dont know TThewholo thing is very simple There Is n young man of this Utile vil- Â¬ said tbq professor so simplo that you lage who is heal over heels in loyo will smijo when I toll yon that tho solo with a certain young la ty He acts very and only canso of stuttering and stain moriug is careless respiration Peoplo queer and says great many strange things who suffer from tho impediment havol that would bo very interesting to the only to pause tako iu a long breath public but I pledged my word at his and then opening tho mouth in tho earnest entreaties not to tell very much manner laid down iu tho charts used by but I will say this that he carried a large elocutionists pronounce tho word sharp picture of his lady love shaped over his ly Have you v abloiuct that nover noticed the roniark shoulder from his boarding house to his peoplo who nro inveterato stammerers ore often accomplished vo- Â¬ office and lie says slio is the prettiest Who w ill calists That is becauso in tRo net of girl in the State of Kentucky singing respiration is dono in n proper dispute him way The younit widower who burned his A novel fact is that tho troubles of linKCKENitiiKiE News last spring soon as stammerers or stutterers lio entirely he read the Falls of Rough letter is now with the vowel sounds Patients do not seem to understand this In describing hunting for the center of gravity but he their cases thoy will toll mo that they thinks it cortainly must be somowhero near Oaks Station as the attraction havo difficulty in sounding p ord That is where thoy aro wrong They there is so great that ho is drawn hither sound tho consonant all right but stag Â¬ overy Saturday by Its magic power and ger at tho vowel A patient comes to the more he experiences its influence Ho mo and I say to him say papa the moro sure he feels that ho has found oh professor will commcuco the center Now I wonder if ho will be say I is at onco apparent that his tron threatening again to pitch n rock nt mo It Then tho for this bio lies witL tho Yowol a Standing beforo treatment commences ad ev Dr Bolls Pine Tar Horn y is different long suggest ue him I through that ho tako aclosod from all other cough remedies It cures tlfe partially breath Theo i month until tho luiigs nro well filled by allaying the inflammation and giving ulUvanMpdthen n tho moment of exhalation tone strength vigor and vitality to the scityfol7owinB my direction ho opens tho respiratory organs Guaranteed and for 5iflJr month in tho projKjr manner as indi sale by Short Haynes Cloverport 1 cated by n chart and pronounces with Di M IU H McMullin MoDaniels I mo In a high mechanical voice paw Â¬ Co Buras A Taylor Roaetta j ropouted tho vowels Meyer paw This is often A A W E Brown Irvington Ky boing changed From words wo pass on to sentences Richardson Garfield Ky A R Morris and so on to iutroduco in close connection Big SpringKy W 0 Moorman Glen all tho ovel sounds Tho respiration deane Ky P Sherron Bros Co Kirk boforo each vowel sound is necessary Ky Horace Scott Hardlnsburg Ky Tho treatment therefore consists in f orm ingtbishaht As thqpatlent pupil pro Â¬ gresses tlio length of this respiration is A Loving Companion and Sister Gone Mrs Minnie Carrel wlfo of Paniel reduced tho pronunciation is inado in n lower pitch and in n few weeks rarely Carrell and sister of Ida John and Joe oveir five rtbo most inveterato stutterer Welseuberg and Jlrs Louiso Kulclt can talk fluently and rapidly with no died in Louisville at tho Jennie Cassedy sign of his former aiuiotlon But eternal Infirmary Friday night July the 6th vigilattco Is necessary 8hould thpt apparently cured patient 1895 She had been suffering from an beooruVVareless and forget tho necessity internal abscess for weeks and had been of respiration as taught him ho may ro moved tojrtie infirmary on WcUncsday for int his former stato nnd then his the purpose of undergoing an operation trataiBg niuBt bo dono nil over again The operation was performed on Friday A boy 10 years of ago jyaajpneo brought morning and she died n evpnjpg of the to me Bis was a stubborn caso but in snmo day at 7 10 oclock Minnie was six weeks I had him talking all right Â¬ TiBMtptiSiicd oa for two years I fre Â¬ amodl wife such a tiuc tender comquently sawtho boy at his fathers house panion and a loving sister Site leaves and was delighted with the cure Lost a husband sisters brothers and a host summer ho canto to my institute He of frienda to mourn for her Mltinin was as bad off as when I first met him was well prepared for death and not It seems that his father had sent him afradtogo but so gorry for those bo on a short business trip to Europe away near and dear toher whom she had to from tWrwierateiHg jBflaoneo ofthe fa- - leave to mourn or hor The funeral anyreturuof his sous nfllictiou and took place from St Vinwnt DePaul church Monday at 0 oclock a m and Bch distbrbil M ho explained to me by the noise of the vessels machinery her remains wore interred in St Louis he became caretau and haying once re Â¬ comctery Father Helslng officiating lapsed he bocamo worso overy day and was really forced to shorten his stay A new theory in the treatment of broad and retaru to New Yerk for treat coughs lung and bronchial affections has He was a bright lad who readily been advanced by the manufacturers of applied himself to my rnlos and In n Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey It ia truly a All dealers sell week he was all right again As a mat wonderful remedy ter of fact he need not to have como It on a positivo guarantee For sale book to mo but could havo applied his by Short Dr Haynes Cloverport iM lessons with R II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer fTheGerraan government has long Qo BuraajATavlor Rosetta W K reeoftiiMd the Importance of rational Brown Irvington Ky A A Richard Â¬ tuwttneut of vocal impediments and son Garfield Ky A It Morris Big iwkQol oltildreu afflicted in this wanner Spring Ky AYlC Moorman Glen are pat through h regular course by deaije Ky Pi Bherron Bros A Co pM4wtesof the college at Frankfort Kirk Ky Horace Scott Hardlnsburg this spitcklty ta taught ia the Ky 1 - s got eminent employ ThoGermuu treat- LODJBURG taeai U tlHt o ektmeutsry tfaining in THERE IS A SWIFT AND EASY CURE A WITH LASTING RESULTS week i Lieut B F Hardawoy Is visiting rela Â¬ tives in tho city this week MlraLora Hardaway of Bowlt yvllle Is visiting MIssLeua Miller Miss Mllla Tabor Louisville visited Miss Helen Pollock last week Miss Eugene Gray of Louisville is visiting Miss Clara Adkisson Dr D T Smith and wife Loulsvlllf visitrd Mr Itobert Hendrlck last week Miss Joslo Legrand and sister of Ekron were visiting Miss Minnie Lc grand Mr D B Chiltls was called to Louis ylllo last week to see his sou Marion w ho is very low Mr Ernest Hardaway Fireman on tho 0 0 Jc S W railroad visited his parents near Bewleyvillo last week Messrs Plemmons and RcddIshBaptlst ministers Louisvillp visited Misses Ermine and Kittie Munford Master Tommlo Conniff who has been visiting friends and relatives in Lebanon and Louisville returned last Sunday Mr Edward Eberlo was sent out to the Munford mansion last week from Smith A Nixons to tuno Miss Ellens pian6 Mrs John Ileston of Holt visited Miss Norn Shumate last weok and was accompanied homo this week by Miss Little Eva McGlothlan Is enjoying a visit with relatives on Floyd street Louisville Miss Sullie Harris has returned to Washington Place after n brief sojourn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 lpe Â¬ wle ekMMtiou - The bWt of Imiwrfect rcspiratjoa ie leaetaUy foainl in cnuuectiou with somo ttanrfrjr ehiklhood like tlio measles Wi H MJOtt ifTflJUL wy wiwu w niuoe Muuerms emm w ImiUtlou l tho ohe tq family will set h vowbi wroijMii lig wttl k la omivemuoi w m awuwwer ESaftdifaU to speak withtrat Uw jaxris NW York Herald te Mack Avitt will teach at Raymond Uncle Jimmy Ater who hoe been eick for quite a while k bo better Miss Myrea Hardin Oweasboro and Aug vWtetl rela Mla Oracle tiveo here Mm Paul HauM ami sen Matter V vMted relatives Clyde lat wk Jei Yon see the yelki vest Hsaid the lean wri vfith it was dark when I la TroaWe here MUk HardtwAurtr aad vWjlag MEw KUittfMU Fwei OM Mleni M4w oitoN 4mT flNM 4 t3ftKS IerolalneATStbaf -- WkllttteAvlU -- in TUiiitday was Baiham wWraad Jvoiae a BlsMsnt vMt at tem r si wjjgrttZ her tJ a fact Thl ple Mr aad Km F Lbii 9i Hakapto TBVaiWu ft wd tiate wtaUvttt aa irym joarjtai to j here o them thero were In an nvved whisper ho replied Nobody knows Then ho old us how inirtasslblo it was to count foster Lyons llro Reddish preachtd at tho Baptist thorn Each imago wns mndo unsightly by having numbers of llttlo bits of paper church Sutiday n m and p m filling stuck on to it mid chowed bits of paper Bio Culloms placo during his absonce We are closing out our stock pre- Â¬ which had been spat at it Tho object of Bob Jolly and his boys took in the this disfiguration wo failed to discover paratory to move Wo have a few Republican Convention at Webster though our friend Hojo informed us thoy goods which we do not wish to take Saturday Evidence train up a child wero put on by tho young priestn n part along with us These we aae offering of whoso novitiato it wns to nttompt to etc count tho Buddhns at a big sacrifice Oome and see them Mrs Kurtz and little daughter came Thero is evidently something wrong from Webster and spent a day or two up and get prices with tlicso idols for no ono has over attending church they were guests of been nblo to lcckou them up tho same Mrs Washington and Mrs Bandy twice over in splto of sticking n picco Misses Ermine and Ellen Munford at Â¬ of paper to tick ench ono off Of coureo tended by Revs Heininona ami Red Â¬ two nusuperiititious Englishmen wero HAKDINSBUIvG KY dish of tlio Baptist Theological Semi Â¬ not to bo humbugged by uativo stories so M my traveling companion and I nary attended church Thursday eventhinking tho vvholo thing ridiculous do ing cided to count tlio mysterious images mt and Mrs T J Jolly Miss Blaucho Wo started on co oporntivo linos each Jolly Win Cain Mrs Ruluj Cain and taking n sido of tho nvenuo Our efforts We are the largest exporters of dried fruit In tlie world and the larpfst recflrenttitd Milppers of both irreeit and dried apples In the state and net the lilirhcst market trli Waster Tom Cain of Bewleyville were however wero fruitless for wo had not i All wm na1 la IUI Buifiiicui a iii kutc iucso iaciB n 1u u on iat Vlrlla ns for further Information and ship jour jrocxU oienciiH Rem iree We aimncaimn guests of relatives and friends in town numbered off moro than a dozen each to headquarters hsndle any ur pcuuuiv line irifcuy on commission imuji an ujs a beforo M whoso eyes wero not so good tins week attending the meeting HERNDON CARTER CO iHconroaATto Louisville Ky Tue good peoplo of ouradjoinliig towns as thoy hud onco beou shouted across to mo I say I saw ono of them on your Burt K y villo and Webster have given sido moving Im certain I did Thoyro their presence at the meeting during tho uncanny Lets givo it up This inter- Â¬ Norn We us a people are always glad ruption of courho upset nil my calculaweek Mrs Zach Stith and Miss Florence to see and welcome those lrom afar tions but wo soon onmo on tho moving ----Cain returned homo last week from Mm Buttle Whitehead of Vino Grove imago which turned out to bo nothing Louisville where they havo been on a is Willi us this week lending valuable moro than ono of tho old Frenchmen seated peacefully among tho statucw and aid In the meeting Being a fine must vist THESE0FA looking in ids wliito clothes for nil tho Mr Julius Loeb of Waco Texas pass Â¬ tian mid yocalUt her singing and play Â¬ world liko u jolly fat old Buddhn Lcssthan FOUR OENTSawcek Thlnkoflt ed through ourtownon hisway to Buras ing is an attractive feature apart from Gentlemans Magazine By an arrangement with the publisher ot The Evening lost of Louisville 1 am enabled whoro ho will mako an extended visit to the excellent sermons given twice a day to mako an unprecedented offer to the news- Â¬ by Bro Cundiff paper readers of Kentucky J will send tho 4000 Miles With a Wheelbarrow relatives Master Enrle Bennett happened to a In 1878 Lyman Potter of Now York LOUISVILLE EVENING POST of Ruv Geo E Smith nnd family post- by age mall prepaid to any address In Kentucky one year for St Tho Louisville were guests of Mrs Smiths painful and serious accident last Thurs Â¬ state performed the prodigious tusk of Jost In an 8 cohimn 8 1page dally established In 187a the lead- pushing n common paddy vvhoolbar tng afternoon journa or Jientucuy prints tne run report of father Mr Gcorgo Richardson of near day iu driving up a lot of horses from row ucros tho continent Ho started i f 7io Asioclated Press full market reports Washington and posture one alavurite animal with the Sandy Hill news rrnukfort correspondence special telegraph ij- - Ti from all homo on Duio street Albany from r entire Inmily kicked him violently on thohis jivitmvmy nvvriMuit I11 tir and live political t fjcirs nuclei ruanfit cilviccilitH- morning of April 10 1878 and Miss Clara Gideon Louisville is back cellany matter The paper used Is clear and breaking both boms in the left leg The nrrived iu Kan Francisco on tho after tho type largo and easily read Agents wanted write for term in our midst Againwllh her smiling fitco NOTIChAll persons who wish to take advantage of this eutiro community sympathize witn Mrs noon of Oct C of tho same year being offer must make checks and money orders payable to We missed you so much Miss CInra V G VOVII Itoom j jad Third St houlsvllle Ky Bennett and her family nnd earnestly almost exactly 178 days five hours nnd while j on were away pray for the speedy recovery of her dear threo minutes over in performing tho Mies Eva Carrigan returned home last boy wearii omo font Potter was n shoo -e Saturday from Louisville where she has Quito a crowd at the Tennis ground maker nnd tho trip vves tlio result of n Tjfc- been spending the summer with rela- Â¬ Saturday afternoon and a pleasant time wager mndo by homo friends who be lieved that Mich n trip would occupy nt tives Just like country folks Indeed Several visitors among thein lcobt 200 days Tho wager was 1000 Gipsy Maid and others from Ekio l Mary Blandford Uewleyvlllc Miss Eu- but Potter made between threo and flvo Louisville St Louis Sl Texas R R Co attended the dance given by Miss Helen genia Robertson Elizabethtown Miss times thnt sum advertising for different Pollock last Saturday night tho Gipsy Kitty Tydings and Mr Reddisa Louis- Â¬ pnrtics iiIouk the route Tho wheelbar IsTO wlllspind a week in our town ville Miss Piggott Mr and Mrs Jesse row was liiiido specially for tho uso to Correctly weekly by Pumphrey Isufer Pre vvii3 put mid woltfhed bmk 75 dace Commlition Merchants 356 Second btbet Mrs Mary Stith and daughters Mamie Heriulon Webster and Miss Jebslo Jolly which it Tho dihtanco trav eled by Pot- Â¬ Main and Market Louisville Ky and Katio from Masonic Home Louis- Â¬ Ortonsboro and quite a number from tho ponndi exactly ter wns 10854 miles St Tailing lUfect ville are visiting Mrs Leona Adkisson town nnd vicinity Louis Republic IiOUISVILLE KY July 18 1895 of this place jtnd Mr T P Harclawny In n very short time wo liopo to have M6009clckAUiiDd7Deo30im Tho Man Ho Wanted of Bowleyvllle tho long looked for rending and recitation Shipperi ihould mark all paekaget plainly said ono man to beg yonrpaidon I Eatt Bound Train Somo of the citizens of our Utile town by Dr Hawes of Louisville Wtl Bound Traim olBoe addren Almost train but I nm with ihlpperi name and poit T7 havo suddenly come to the conclusion all of the necessary amount of funds another in u railroad 62 61 LS BUTTER M M tho manager of ai museum mid I havo n Mall A Mail A 12 IS that they havo been taken in by a havo been secured and so soon as we vacancy now for n fctiong miiu Choice country Kxprs Kxprs STATIONS Kxprs 1 pr H Medium slick citizen who has been stopping iu hear from Dr Hawes tho timo most Well what of it 20 Dally ally Dally Dally Creamery our midst for the post three or four da EQQ8 Why hir I saw you open tho car convenient for him to come the arrange- Â¬ 30pm 630pm 730am IvUnn ptar 1 OOpra 8 15 Kentucky St 12 45 eyo glasses ment will bo perfected nnd due notice of Window with no apparent effort and I Freih 615 745 He sold thorn guaranteed 35 8 2ii 7 25 West Point 1125 FEATUERS from 300 to 15 00 per pair and then sud it will bo given thiough pur newsy thought per ups wo conld agree on tho Ulrjim JO 8 2fl Howard 34 38 7 30 Frlme nhlte goese 14 1147 Itock Haven 8 45 7 47 terms and you could begin your on fS SO denly jumped his hotel and livery stable News Mixed 77 765 LonKllranch 113 81 gngomeut immediately DotroitFroe 0 I4 58 Old Ilrandenbure 1131 902 804 bills and sings them n llttlo song to tho The members of the Methodist church Press 00 25 1122 Kkron r 18 911 1 dock 81J No tuno of good bye Ill seo you later 1114 will organize n class and an effort will 0 919 Guiton 8 21 1105 POULTRY Irvlnglon 9 30 8 JO Ho Is a man of fine appearance and says be made to build a church There is 14 1059 7 8 38 Webster 939 K Hens per lb 1049 Lodiburg 9 47 8 45 ho live s In Lexington 3 00 I 74 Spring Chickens per dn tome talk of u Union church and again 1041 7 Pierce 8 65 9 50 Tl8 Duck 10 37 10 00 2 g00 Siinple On the night of the 11th itst about something of tho church and Masonic N-S DRIjSD APPLES AND PEACHES 15 1028 10 OU Stephensport 909 1 oclock the residence with all its con- Â¬ Ordtr uniting nnd building a house with to 10 1023 1014 Addlton 914 Apples choice bright quarters 36 1020 1020 Holt 017 4K to S Applos averago tents belonging to Mr William Wilbt hall above for the use of the latter This 10 05 10 31 Cloverport U 9 28 WHAT THEY ARE Apples old 11 10C0 bhops 1039 9 31 was totally destroyed by fire Mr is especially desirable as it will give a 4 to 6 Peachei new 9 4K 09 1050 Sklllman 9 43 Wright and his faimly barely escaping larger building and add to tlio looks of 4 59 old 937 Peachei 1102 Hawesvlllc A gentleman of a methodical hn 954 9 29 51 1109 Petrie 1002 with titer lives But fortunately no ono our town Let us hope the good work bit who had adopted tho practico HIDES 45 9 2J 1115 Falcon 1007 4 13 Cayce 919 1119 1012 received any injury except Mr Wright Will bo carried out and our little town bo Green pood of overy pro- Â¬ of retaining a copy 4 V3 913 9 M 10 LewUport 1125 1018 Dry Salt good who had the hair of his head burned en- Â¬ one of churches thus uprooting a great 9 05 120 1143 10 35 scription issued by his family Powers 13 12 Dry flint good 8 40 08 1266im Pates 1048 10 40 tirely off nnd tho scalp was also badly deal of the evil that lies within at tho physician becaino interested as Sheep iklm 00 830 12tlipm Oweniboro 1069 47 817 1218 Mattlngly 1109 burned The family saved from the fire present time wont on to note that tho WOOL 11 8U9 Griffith 1223 1114 20 Bro Cundlffof tho ME church South not even the clothlng4hey had taken off Tub waihed ingredients wero pretty cer- Â¬ tUli 37 12 27 Stanley 1119 Barao 1235 SO - 1 Worthlngton 758 Grease fine 1125 1 lie firo begun a protracted meeting last Monday on retiring for the nights rest tain to be prescribed nt somo point 12 42 7C0 IS Heads 1133 i 23 Grease eoarie 16 7 42 Snottsville 1253 1145 originated from a pan of ashes and fire morning in tho schcol house which will - 10 of tho treatment of overy case Merino 10 llasetts 1153pm 1269 734 V Hurry and Cuts Tho good that yaa left over night in tho kitchen continue through this week 55pm For a poorappotiteorasoro throat 1210am 1 15pm srHendersn lv 720am juiouttiiijAnnuuQ by ono of tho family A small nmount people of the Baptist church have kindly for restlessnes which disturbed the Tallow 24 of money that Mr Wright had in the proffered the mo of their house and I Beeswax babys sleep and for troubles - 30 u 3 Sorghum Molasses Have you Ilonovvcd your Subscrip Â¬ house I outlier with a gold watch was suppose tho meeting will he held there which besot the aged grandpaionts tion for 80J UAY GRAIN FEED two and one during the remainder of tlio week Bro also lost Mr Wright lives tho favorite remody was always Cundiff did not ask this kindness as he We quote prices to d7 on LoulsrllU city half miles east of this plnco in Hill felt they had already extended to liimn turning up although slightly mod Â¬ wharfs No insurance used OATS Grove neighborhood ified from timo to timo and very great kindness in allowing the use 0 32 No 2 oats of the house once a month for Metho often In conjunction with others 11A1 dist preaching and he together with tho SAMPLE over boen 12 00 His family physician had 11 00 Strictly eholc members of his faith appreciate fully 9 50 10 00 Choice No 2 a successful practitioner nnd when this actj certainly ono of brotherly love 9 00 8 00 Good Medium MissNittio Cash in an will tt ach our and christian charity another was consulted care had - 5 00 Good Bright Straw- school always been taken to obtain the CORN Every person big little old or young services of somo ono eminent for SO COINAGE OP Sheriff Silos Pato was in town one day Lblack Choloe whit or whit rich or poor who has fre- Â¬ CATTLE skill and reputation Still tho lost week SILVER 5 00 4 75 Â¬ ever used Dr Bulls JUno Tar Honey proGood to extra shipping quent recurrence of the favorito 4 65 4 25 Mr Arthur Mattlngly went to Union nounce it the best cough and lung rem- Â¬ Light shipping The free and unlimited coinage of 4 75 formula was n marked circum- Â¬ -- 4 40 Best Butcher Stir latt Sunday too so wo guar edy on earth Its true S 60 2 00 silycr the product of American mines Medium to good butehert Ono day our friend hap- Â¬ stance Albert Bennett went to Mtoleyvlllo antee For Bale by Short HaynesClov HOGS at the old ratio of 16 of silver to 1 of pened to observe that the formula 4 40 Choice packing and batchers ono day last week erportjDr R H McMullin McDaniels of a certain advertised remody was is the only solution of and 4 44 4 50 gold Fair to good 0 L Pate of Hardlntburg was in M Meyer Co Buras A Taylor Ro SUEEP Identical with the latest prescrip- Â¬ remedy for the disturbed and unsatis- Â¬ 50 2 24 setta Ky W EBrown Irvington Ky Good to extra shipping town one day last week tion ho had recolvcd from his own 1 75 S2 00 to good factory condition of trade manufac- Â¬ Fair A A Rlchatdson Garfield Ky A R physician and in somo surpriso ho Mr Jess Miller camo over from Har- Â¬ LAMBS W 0 Moor- Â¬ Morris Big Spring Ky Â¬ 4 25 Oood to extra spring- 40 ture and general business of the coun- Â¬ stated tho cso to him The famdlnsburg last Thursday 3 75 0415 man Glondeane Ky P Shenon Bros PIf n rnn1 try The surreptitious act of 1873 listening to what ily doctor after Mrs James Jolly was the guest of Mrs Co Kirk Ky Horace Scott Har The case divorcing silver and gold in our mone- Â¬ ho had to say replied Albert Bonnelt last Friday dlnsburg Ky Whonevor is about this way tary system was a crime of untold Miss Dee Basham of Lodiburg was thero Is a dislurhanco of tho func- Â¬ GARRETT magnitude It was the rankest kind visiting her parents last week tions of tho body no matter of legislation in favor of the of class Quito a crowd attended tho show at Mr John Fuuk wont to Brandonburg what nature it ia pretty certain to wealthy against the producers of Monday on business this placo last Wednesday night accompanied by a derangement be Mrs John Funk and children wore at wealth and hostile to the prosperity Airs F W Basham watf visiting rela of the digestive organs When Garnettsvillo Thursday It was an act of the United States tives at Lodiburg a fow days last week aro all right tho patient gets they Mr 0 C Wcymutb of Constantino of treason because done at the instance well Thnt particular formula Mr Frank Jolly of Ha dinsburg was spent Monday night herd that you have observed mo to tho guest of Miss Lucy Jolly last Sunday of a European syndicate and for bribe Mr D S Roberts and wife of Ekron write moro and moro frequently visiting rela Â¬ were visiting here this week giving aid and comfort to Misa Annie Bennett was money is the result of an ago of careful tives in Cloverport a fow days last week To shield our countrys enemies Mr Bob Buckler of Daviess county is experiment and is protty gener-Â¬ Misses Grace Jolly and Myrnn Hardin Ulling his mother at this placo the guilty parties the well authenti- Â¬ ally agreed upon now by nil edu- Â¬ went to Union Star one evening last Mr P Cleary spent Saturday night cated facts often published have been cated physicians who keep up week and Sunday at Mr Jim Fousheos Tho discovery Wo vigorously denied with the times Do you want window hades D W Burch is attending tho teachers Miss Pearl Gibson of Cloverport was of the past fow years of a means of havo Bomo that aro slightly soiled They The Enquirer will continue to ex visiting relatives mid friends heie lost examination at Brandenburg this week reducing evory drug to a powder aro mouuted on spring rollers The pose this unpardonable crime until Miss Emilia Adams of Stlths Valley week and compressing the powders Into best llnon cloth we aro closing them right and justice arc done the people Mies Mary G Rubbing was the guest spent Thursday night at Jim Tindalls little lozenges or tabletsor tabules out or 50 and 75 cents a pair formerly by the full restoration of silver to its Mrs McCarty returned home Monday of Misses Myrna Hardin and Grace Jolly It jou prefer which will not break went from 60 to 100 A rare bargain We accompanied by hor nophew Mr J 0 Â¬ old companionship with gold one night last week or spoil or lose their good qualiNow Is your opportunity so tako ail van Crntcherv need the assistance of the people in D Bauiwui from ago if protected from air Â¬ J ties age Mtswa JtSB Miller and Arthur Mat Mr R P Shacklett of Hardlnsburg disseminating the truth to which end and light U the explanation of tlngly were the guests o Misses Addle passed through here Friday en route for how it has como alwut that this we invite all in your selection of paÂ¬ and Lucy Jolly last Friday evening Brandenburg prescription is now for sale as an Misses Lucy Jolly Annie Bennett pers for the coming season to include Mr Cooper and wfo and Mrs Dr advertised remedy It fa as you Pearl and Ella Gihsoa were the guests Wimp of Louisville are vIUlng rela Â¬ th Enquirer that costs only 100 a say however and fa all right It of Mr anil Mm Jabe Hay hw last Tit urs tives at this plaee year Issued twice a week is the medicine that nine people tlay Mkwea Dora Hilf and Eva Buekler and JLibcral commissions and cash re they out of ten seed every lime Meeefa Joe Hilt and am Allvii spent need By and I hve no doubt ward given to club raisers Sample Sunday ntltock Haven that maklBg It so easy to obtain Enquirer Company copies free Mr Gw Wright of Lwtovlll and the as carefully prepared and wltliat Cincinnati O Castoria we ww VTfeM Mkwa WItrhmW of MultWnvliv vU- af f so cheap will tend to actually pro ynm U was a CVU she eUJ far OSaMerU mm mirn murmy iwfi ii average of ha ma a life Iom the efcuUfh smum Mta Wfea Mw J a 4faacM44 and oWLUr during the preaaat Bayatfo Casta DQUBT CJUUmo WOMEN Wmb tU M Crt Peyton 8bmaaifo Hill Taaale glaw 6 Kltau the prke I taU W ftos U seat 1 rrUlay malUt ja Hubi UIM M r ft Ufcur the jaMta of g The Klaaai Ckaakal Caasaaay tttt awl laWly 10 baruce St New Yk in Louisville w Miss Sullie Taylor of Itosellu and Miss Alum Heard Vine Grove are guests at A Double How of Japanese Ilsililhai Which Cannot lie Counted Closo to this interesting pool is tho nvenno of images representing tlio Am Id a Buddhn Tlio idols vary in size but nro similar in doslgu Thoro nro sov cral hundred of them altogether and thoy sit facing ono nnothcr in two long rows We nskcil tlio llttlo Jap who brought us to tho plnco how many of Free Silver settle HBast 7VbbibKbsu We want a little of it All persons knowing themselves indebted to us arc requested to come forward at once and 11 i Mattingly 1 Hoben Â¬ GREEN APPLES DRIED APPLES Â¬ jF 7 fe fe 7 Ife 7j fe fe 5 2 PER YEAR W fe 1 -- jii Â¬ m te p Tfig k ii k rffc VfF Â¬ Â¬ 24 TIME SCHEDULE 1 1 Â¬ I R-l-P-A-- ti Â¬ FREE Â¬ nrpp V Window Shades XAl IU afM Uwrui mm MM IN II iUWiU pejnyroyal wafers p trrr i - - a mi zKEXsmmmm THS2BiHFwPfHS2ErrJ -i Li SwCrv - i z rtw -- v -- vw jiji ibm EKRON a m wwwr fci ii ii Miiiriniinn MmiMmrimmnmBFmmmmmmKMmmGlmmLmmmw iSf jp 4 jgy - THE BRHOKHNRIDGl N3W McDANIELS IUubtn Lnsley West View was here OlAOYEfcRJ0a KY rHMMinr Underwear Hosiery r TWO ENTERTAINMENTS v r 3b rerforn anre on the Btagr the Otlir dPsSRVskaplcmlld paRwmtry In the Audience women and ot lordly wen I attended t recent pcrformnttco pivot JStStHt their nloaimro In n flowery plnln by somo nmntcnr actors ami nctrwRcv anil the ml nncmono WpftVrrporiplf many another lent of crnmolsy Tory Rood they wero too nnd wlillo I FllcVerrd about their feet and gave their enjoyod tho stago entertainment I wna stain not uiiiniwifui of tho ono that wo in or satin and tho grain To heels of Iron progress directly behind mo Of silken garments floating far and free As In Iho danco they vtoto themselves or It viw furnished liy an om lady nnd atrayed two young ones when I say young By twos together or lightly amlled and ones I dont moan children and its bowed beginning antedated tho overture in this Or courtaled to oncli other or elw played At gamoa of mirth and pastime unafraid stylo In their delight nnd all o high and proud Can you read tho progrnmuio moth They aovmrd acarco of tho rurth whoreon or they trod Why yes but it innst bo vronr space jJJrJnl I looked ngaln and uw that flowery Btlrrlng aa If alivo benoath tho trend Tlmt rested now upon an old mnna liend And now upon a babys gawping fnco Or mothers bosom or the rounding graco Ot a girls throat and srluiflutd iiecined tho Of flowora was blood In gout and gushed hed From heart that broke under that f rollo pace And now and then from out tho dreadful floor An arm or brow wan lifted from tho rest At if to atrlku In madnen or Implore For mercy and anon nonio suffering breaxt Heaved from tho mat and snnk nnd as before ubovo them thronged and Tho roviltr red pressed Wom Doan lIoMrull SQUIRE HARNED Want to Set Himself Right Before The People 8TILL IN THE POPULIST BANKS CirsTKn Kv July l 1805 Editor Breckbnridog Nkws I beg Icavo for space in jour paper to allow mo to Bet myself right with tho Hardinsburg lender It says in Its Issue of Juno 21st that I was converted at the convention on the 17th hack to Democratic principles and became shouting happy Oh no Mr Leader not much did I cheer when I saw tho Democrats coming back and I will bo just as glad when I see tho Itepublicans coming back to a Republican form of Government and not a centralized form of Government Those of us who aro willing to come to tho only issue now before the American people nhich is the financial question have no one to vote for as between Bradley and Hardin both are now tied to the Wo thought bankers and bondholders we could stand Hardin hut when the convention met in Louiswlle on tho 23 and endorsed Cleveland and Carlisle then we stepped down and out for how can a voter indorse them and not en Â¬ dorse John Sherman V When they in done him there is no Third party man that I ever saw that did that Now Mr Editor we are for the money of the constitution and tho money that run this govt rnment for a hundred years I told you in my last note if the Democrats canii back to us Jackson Democrats we are 11 right hut if not look out Now one A thoso old parties say sound money and the other money sound and I have hot before mo and I cant tell one from the ther only by the name above ltoth par es claim Jackson as the founder of the r faith now they forget that he eti d tho banking system and not one won can I find for the last twenty years aga ist It but they say we have tho beft bar ing system in the world IIu said it u more dangerous than standing am es 1 e Jackson followers dont go to Kng lan to sco what she wants us to do as did Mir fore fathers They never asked her vhatsho wanted us to do with tho tea or the stamps she sent over here but now wo have to go to her to see if It in its her but our fathers didnt they bur t tho Blamps threw tho tea over-boa- I s but that wont do Civeland and Carlislo Indorso sound money and they indorso Sherman Indorso Cleveland for calling an extra ses- Â¬ sion to cut oir one half the money in tho ink est of the bank and bondholders and for oing all he could to turn over to the bankers the right to coin money and regulate its valuo in lieu of Congress Indorse Cleveland for vetoing tho Bland bill and for refusing to sign the tariff bill Indorso Carlisle for Baying lie would not issuo bonds under any cir-Â¬ cumstances and then Issuing 1CC000 000 and indorso him for saying if the Democrats nominated a free silver man there was no alternative for him hut to voto for a Republican and now wemut do this and stand back on election day Mr Kdltor I want to hear Bradley and Hardin disscuss tho issue if Hardin ac- Â¬ cepts the condition of the Louisville con- Â¬ vention They will be compelled to tell us the difference between sound money and money sound I never saw any money that had the fiat of tho Government on it but what was sound nor cant see why the money of the Government is unsound and the bonds are sound ex- Â¬ cept the money is for tho laboring man anddraws no interest and the bonds are for the rich roan and draw interest Both bonds and money issued by the Govern- Â¬ ment and all the property bonds for each one sound and the other not but thoee candidates will tell us why one Is sound and the other Is not for there is no issue between them they are partners on the only Issue between us Now Mr Editor tell the boys I stand where I have stood for live years but when I see any party coming to light I cant help rejoicing In concluding let roe my successs to all reform movements and l he News 1 S Since writing the above I have learned we have a State ticket Now tell the old party candidates to jo it with their sound money and money sound Thomas Pettit will attend to them till the election and then we will vote him in as Governor of Kentucky Yours as ever Glo Hauskd Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ now-a-dayÂ¬ Â¬ was nn nctrcsi Only a servant in tho piny mother But that seems a kind of mean thing to piny Sho docbnt Itnvo to do that goodness knows I Sho has to play whatever they give hor to play Shos a beginner yon know Well I wouldnt begin that wny Annio nppcircd presently nnd No Yes ray lady Sho said nnd I will tell her your lordship ladyship that you aro here nnd a fow moro Btunnors of that sort very well I thought But when tho French count with the pointed board chncks her under tho chin I could hear tho old lady behind mogct ting into n fluo rage Woll tho idea of our Annio letting a wan do n thing liko tlmt I But mother thnts iu tho play I dont caro if it Ib I suppose holl kiss her lairr on The idea I Woll ho did kiss hor shortly after and jot a good slap in tho face for his pains Tho old lady almost roso in her seat sho cried in a very Good good audiblo voice I thought Annie wouldnt stand any thing of that sort I Sho objected to tho young girls littlo lovo affairs with tho footman however and could hardly bo kept in her chair when the two plighted their troth I dont call that play acting sho Theywero just liko two serv Â¬ said ants and I dont liko it When tho cnrtaln dropped thoy nil went nrouuil to tho stago door nnd somehow I folt sorry for Annie coming from tho stago fnll of hot enthusiasm only to receiu mentally at least a bucket of cold wnter Polly Pry in Now York Recorder 1 Â¬ Heros Annies nnino down mid it says shos n servant I thought you said sho Tuesday Will Frank has gono to Louisville on buslners Chester Rhodes wnsnt Klik last Tues day on business Mr Logan Pate was hero on busintss Friday and Saturday Mr Robert Parsons attended tho pic nic at Short Creek Saturday A X Klucheloc traveling for n Cin cinnati house was hero Friday Messrs Willie and Fred Cannon at Â¬ tended theplcnicntHardiufiburgtho lib Mrs Nannie Dockery of Cloverport is visiting her mother Mrs II A Hunter Mr Ed Hall was the guest of Miss Laura Galloway at tho Paisonngo Sun Â¬ day Mitfi Delia Hunter visited her sister Mrs Sam Hennlnger nt West View last Â¬ It A Ensor shipped two car loads of slock Tiiffday Mcll Richardson went to Louisville Thursday on business Mrs Katie Norton and children are tlsltingat Welmtcr this week Mrs M Weighmilicr went to Louis ville Tuesday returning Friday Cnpt A E Guedry went to New Al Â¬ bany Ind Monday on business G It Miles of Garrett was in town with h largo srallo on his face Its n girl Tho day for shipping local stork has been chauged from Mondnyto Tuesday Farmers will make a note of this T M Wai field of Cemcnlvllle Ind camo down Sunday to visit his uncle D R Sliacklctt and grand father Dr Â¬ See What You Need THE BEST VALUES GIVENCollars and Cuffs Gloves Suspenders cH Shirts Neckwear Handkerchiefs Gents Garter Our line of Furnishing Goods is always Complete Oanfc you uso some of these Goods mentioned below TENCILS most any kind from 76c HAMMOCK8 A beautiful lino of Box Prices tho you desiro to 300 Como and see Paper Goods lowest all colors them TABLETS Tho lino cm PASS BOOKS of every HAIR CURLERS braces all grades from Description Purses Tooth BruBhos the cheapost paper to PEN POINTS Crayons Hair Brushes Combs tho very bqst linen Shawl Straps Bill Files goods week Mary aro nt tin tr grand parents THE SICKROOM NURSE V t 7 Her Duties Her Authority and Her row Â¬ ers Tor UtII or Good No person has greater power for evil or for good than has tho nurso in the Her actual authority is sec Â¬ sickroom ond to that of tho physician but her op Â¬ portunities for exercising it nr almost unlimited If n physician in it country town wishes to poenro n trnlucd unrse ho should telegraph or write to the unrbes directory to somo hospital or physician whom ho knows in tho near Â¬ est adjacent city stating for what sort of a case ho will requiro a nurse what ho will pay and when he will require her Such a message should securo fox him almost immediately whatever serv ico ho requites The traits of character which make tho ideal nnno lire patience obedienco tact and good sense and temper The uursos coitnmo should consist of u cam- Â¬ bric or sctrsucker gown with white Woolen gowns cap enffs and opron fchould never bo permitted inn sickroom Her authority is absoluto after the phy- Â¬ sicians She must oboy his iustrnctirns to tho letter c en if they aro against hor judgment She has no discretion in tho matter But tho patient and tho patients fam ily must obey her She must never bo allowed to disobey tho physicians orders and tho first symptom of any such behavior should be reported immediate ly to tho physician All his instructions with refcreuco to treatment diet and caro should bo followed faithfnlly Iho fact that her patient is n man should make no difference in her behavior in Ho is n patient not a tho sickroom man nnd sho a nurse not a womrn Whenover a nurse dibobeys a physicians orders or behacs in anymanuer which renders her dismissal advisable tho family or tho patient should request the doctor to dischargo her at ouco and to supply her substitute A word from him is fiullicieiit to iusnro her departure Ladies Homo Journal 3Iarrlag of the Adriatic Tho Mnrringo of tho Adriatic was instituted in commemoration of a naval victory won by Seb istian Ziivi dego of Venice oer Otto son of Frederick Barbarosa 117 1 In ccntequence of thin victory Pope Alexander III who had beta drivou to take refuge in Venice gave to tho dogo the boereiguty of the sea and ocry year tho dogo used to go in grand pru esiou iu his state bargo nnd throw gold ring into tho Adriatic saying With this ring I theowed Flowers wero then thrown into tho tea Tho sen and tho procession returned teuco deliQred by the dogo on tho occasion was literally Deiponsamus te Mare nostrum iu signnm vori pcrpetn Brooklyn Eagle ique doniinl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Forming characters I Whoso Our own or others Both And in that momen Â¬ tous fact lie tho peril and responsibility of our exlfcteuce Elihu Bnrritt Tasmania was named in honor of ilian tho discoverer Tam Â¬ r Constipation Biliousness Cause Sick headache Pains in the back Sallow complexion Loss of appetite and Exhaustion There is only one cure which is I MM 1 AlFQ HVER IL ONICPELUSTS n i Backleni Arnica Salve The Best Salve in the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers SaltRheumFovcr Sores TetterChapped HndsChllblains Cores and all Skin Eruptions and pos-Â¬ itively cures Piles or no pay required It k guaranteed to give perfect satisÂ¬ faction or money refunded Price 25 ata per box Fer sale by A It Fisher One Pink Pill touches the liver and removes the bile One TohIc PeHet nightly acts as a r gentle laxative in keeping the bowels open restores the digestive organs tones up the nervous system and wake new rich blood Conplete treataeat two Medicines one priee age Treatise and sample free at any Hetn MOWN MTft 00 Mr Tot Liltlo Walter Hennlnger and sister this wetk farmers report their wheat better than Miss Addle Parsons of Loltchfieldwas they expected whllo somo say it is not visiting Misses Liza and Nettie Parsons as good as they expected Mr Wm Wright living near hcrej last weok Mrs Mary Wilson spent soveral days lost his home by fire Saturday night and all the contents Tho fire originated in In Leitchfiold tho guest of her brother the dinjng room and was boyond nil con Mr Joslah Parson trol when discovered the occupants only MIsi Magglo Lewis of Cloverport is had time to make their escape No in hero leitlng her grand parents Mr nnd surance Mr Wright is ono of our best Mrs W 11 Dockery citizens and has the sympathy of tho Mrs Eliza Bradley Is gradually sinking whole community No hope of her recovery This for the Miss Rena Sbacklett entertained a fow Upton correspondent of her many friends Saturday night in R E Rhodes our enterprising young honor of her guest Miss Lfzzio Miller of mechanic is at Kirk building a store Hardinsburg who bos been visiting tier house for Mr Joe Mattingly for several days Among those present J C Ramsey and wife Grayson coun were Misses Clauda Fry mire Llllie ty viBited at Mr John Moores last Sun Shatklett Alvcrda Mottle and Llllie Bash a in Bettio Jones Nellie Brown day also Mr Robert Mercer Dr 11 C Bcaid Hardlnsburg has Lula Harris Floda Ackerman and others been in our midst again Dr Board is Messrs Davis and Alvert Ashcraft of Guston David Basbam R D Jones vury popular hire as a dentist Sam Sbacklett A V Williams Dave Miss Laura Galloway of Cave Spring spent last week with her sister Mrs J Smith James Jones Grove Sbacklett J T Anderson and others B Galloway while Brother Galloway was W II Nelson who is in tho drug bus Â¬ away at Conference iness at Kingvllle Mo lias so much con- Â¬ Miss Maggie Rhodes dined with Mrs Ed Cannon last Friday and in company fidence iu Chamberlains Colic Cholera with that good lady spent the afternoon and Dlarrl ica Remedy that ho warrants every bottle and offers to refund the with iter lady friends money to any customer who is not satis Mr Joe Hayes and his venerable mother Mre Aggie Hayes of Cave fied after using it Mr Nelson takes no Spring wero hero last week in attend Â¬ risk in doing this because tho Remedy Is a certain euro for the diseases for ance upon Mr Richard Hayes which it is iutended and lie knows it Miss Mittie Wilson of near Leitch It is for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport field who has been visiting her sister Ky and Klncheloc Board Hardlns- Â¬ Miss Lura Wilson returned home last burg Ky week Come again Miss Mittie C F Hevser was here on his wheel THE ANNUAL TEIP TO OLD POINT Saturday tn route from Cloverport to COMFORT and the SEASHORE Leitchfield His old friends wete quit glad to see him to inntli improved iu The Cheapest and Best Trip that Can health Be Taken Mr J A Ileston and family arrived last week They are housekeeping in The regular Annual Excursion to Old Mr C F Hunters mat little cottage Point Comfort in charge of Mr V A and our people aro delighted with them Wilgus S P A will be run Wednesday as neighbors August 7th via L St L T and 0 0 Miss Mollie Rtauchsmps pleasant face Railways from Cloverpoit on regular and gentlo hands have been chasing train leaving at 1005 a m connecting away dull care and pain from the sick with Seashore Special which leaves L room of Miss Alice Dockery She re Â¬ N Union Station at 130 p m Tho turned home Sunday accompinied by round trip rate to Old Point Comfort is Dr R II McMullin oaly 15 00 and the tickets are good until Mr J Heston evidently means to August 2Glh with stop over privileges have a full line of merchandise judging returning only from the weg n lo ds of goods arriving This trip surpasses auy offered the day afler day This is what we havi traveling public when you consider the long needed and everybody is well small expense and the many delightful pleaseti to have two stores diversions offered Grand and beautiful scenery invigorating mountain air Burf Mrs Richard Hayes of Fordsvillewas hastily summoned last week to the bed bathing ocean voyage palatial enter side of her husband who is seriously ill tainment at the Hygeia hotel and a visit at Mr George Glasscocks The brain to the Capital If desired The low rate of 2 50 per day has been seems to be the greatest trouble but It is hoped by his many friends that reason is secured at the Hygeia for all who go on Every attention and not dethroned and ho will ultimately this special courtesy will be extended to ladies with recover out escorts Choice or routes returning Robert Parson was In Leitchfield last Thursday with a load of wheat We between Richmond and Clifton Forge will he given enabling those who desiro need a good mill at this placo There is to visit Lynchburg Natural Bridge and lota of wheat raised in this neighborhood other points of interest and farmers are cocpelled to go to Sleeping car rates will ho 4 00 for Leitchfield or Hardinsburg for their Louisville to Old Point to bo berth flour We hope A hint to the wise is occupied by one or two persons and ap- Â¬ sufficient plication for sleeping car spaco should be Miss Olive Hall formerly of this place made at once to W A Wilgus Hopkins- but now of Bridgeport Alabama was ville Ky tor further particulars ad quietly married tho 2oth of Juno to Mr drees as ubove or call on Agent L St L Leslie Damon a prominent young busi Â¬ AT Railway ntss man of that place Miss Olive has a host of friends here who join in ex- Â¬ The way to cure a cough is to stop the tending hearty congratulations and good coughing Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey wishes for a long and prosperous journey cuts loose the mucous heals tho lungs through life and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip In the parlors of the Cumberland Pres cough in one night For sale by Short HaynesCloverport Dr R II McMul- Â¬ bjterlan parsonage at Evansville Ind June SO our little friend Miss Virgie lin McDaniels M Meyer Co Bums FutwilerandMr Phil Eddy both of A Taylor Rosotta W E Brown Iry- Henderson Ky were united In the ington Ky A A Richardson Garfield holy bonds of matrimony The bride Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky was attired in a lovely suit of white or- Â¬ W O Moorman Glendeane Ky P gandy trimmed in lace and ribbonwhlte Shcrron Bros A Co Kirk Ky Horace leghorn hat whito gloves nnd shoes Scott Hardlnsburg Ky Tho groom was quito handsome in the PERSIMMON FLAT regulation suit Only a few friends wit Â¬ nessed tho ceremony May love happi Mr Jai Johnson prized his od crop ness and prosperity ever attend them of tobacco last week Mr and Mrs John Elder are visiting Brandenburg Business College relatives at Balltowu Brandenburg Ky Joseph B King went to Louisvillo Bookkeeping Shorthand Telegraphy and with his tobacco last week Typewriting Success guaranted Quite a crowd attended church at Write for circulars Hitos Run8unday from thht pace Miss Myrtle Beaven was the guest of We refer you to the editor of this paper Miss Salle Manning ono evening last Gksiikhkn Mr Will Sktllman has week had soro eyes for years He has tried Mr Jake Miller of AJdleon Ky was many doctors and remedies and has In our midst oue day lost week on busi- Â¬ always failed to got relief until we sold ness him a tube of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Miss Mollie Elder of Mooley vllle Ky Salve which cured him inside of one ia visiting relatives in this vicinity at week Dr Hells Pine Tar Honey sells present well and cures Respectfully There will be preaching at Ilites Run M Mevek Co Bext Sunday at 11 oclock All are cor Burns Ky dl illy invited January 15 1893 Class music for a picnic or a ball Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve Ws dose a great deal more for we Umm m be should not fall to consult the K W A O atrieg hand of this plsee W II MtuuMt told by pea Mbe Elk AW daughter of Jwlge Wm BvaAs Ky AVI who lws visiting relative ia Reports Ui vWnKy for testa Hunt riHrsd to The U twr b0M In Halibuv last a sitae MfMJ Mstclmf MUBSfttW Mil BjMTflLefWftafel by Wlas LMW JoIimar Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Warfield Mrs Lee Meyer and Mrs Robert Mc Guflln and children of Hardlnsburg and Miss Clara Gideon of Louisville weio guests of Dr Miles and G R Miles of Garrett last week Threshing has begun in earnest In the Some of the neighborhood of Ekron INOTION8 PERIODICALS OF ALL KINDS Doublo Entry Books Receipt Books Draft Monthly and Weekly Books Bound in best to 100 Single Entry Books Books Time ooks cloth from 25 cents All kinds of blanks kopt on hand Tracing Paper Drawing Paper Deeds Mortgages Legal and Fools Cap Paper Investigate our line of goods INK AND MUCILAGE Wall Paper- and Window Shades - CANDIES4- OB WORK finely Executed Estimates Furnished Jno D Babbagc r 500000000 Represents the net shrinkage in property value in the South and West according to the tax returns officially recorded for i3q4 as com- Â¬ pared with 1893 A decisive contest Is lo bo fought botnesn now nn 1 A tlm next rreililcniiil clccilon for THE PEOPLES MONEY tho coinage of both sjold and silvor witfious licrlniimlon which moans tha both a opposed to the policy of contraction with b liit bceu itlctiti tl liv KngUu ml tttlopH In Washington I froo levies tribute on every product of the farm on villi itlons of all Lin 1 nnd n all mmipeimtloiu tot labor Um nd which codb THE GREAT ISSUE NOW MM the doublo sUndird nsaliitt tho MurIb standard money uictals against keeping the currency ot tho country in tlio o1d basis uw of both gold nd sliver as standard me a 1 lam a AMU A TUTv I TT7nF7f7 ncl having published at ATLANTA GA CIRCULATION OF MORE THAN 156000 chiefly among tha farmers of the country and going to more homes Uwb any weokly newspaper published on the twt of the earth is The Leading Champion of tho People li all the great contests In njilrh Ihcv are engajed agilnst the exactions of monopoly IS THE BIGGEST AND BEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER published ia America THE CONSTITUTION mmi iuhmiiuhuh A nnTrunirTT TrTT fT f A cohering tho news of the world having coTesiion lent in every cliy In Aiutum and Iu tho capitals of Kurope and reporting In full tho details of debates In Congress on all quustluus of public iiiterrsl It it THE GREAT SOUTHERN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER aud as tho exponent of Southern oplnlou and tU purworef Southern nous It has jio equal on the continent To meet the demands upon Its space for news The Constitution wilt Increase its size during the summer to ia pages 7 columns making 84 columns cach week An enlargement of 13 columns THE CONSTITUTIONS SPECIAL FEATURES SrPeMnaAmStai0 ta f0UBd y The Farm and Farmers Department The Womens Department The Childrens Department are all mi ler able direction and aro specially attractive to thots to wham ttitu dirtmant are addressed Under the editorial inanafcmeiit of CLAItK llOWKLr Its special contributor r writers of such world wide rennutlon as Kuk Ywala It llHrit Irwtk It Micktoii toel Chandler Ilurrl IUUt IlitiuUttin and hundreds of others wlille It often weekly service from taefe Mritets s lllll Arp rce tltitiketr Wallace P Iteetl Frank I Ktanlon anil others who civs It literary features a peculiar Beutfewa flavor that mininiends It to every fireside from Virginia to TtXM from Missouri u California During the hole tleUy and failure to bring the premised relief In financial matter Tho Conttltntlnn ba heralded In season and est the full news It has Klvcn plain editorial utterance upon the effect of the trlmmlngand uilsruided policy of wreckace and more boads whlh areata liavo shown tu he jiropbttlo In tlit lr unerring directness ft UTlON Salutes the free neoDle who Insist that the servants of the neonle shall not lieeoma their inifM liy siiociil amuuenu ut the paper publishing thla announcement will be clubbed with TUK C033TTUTI0X at the ftnmmucai elwhre In this Issuo STRAIQHT CLEAN UNTRAMMELLED FACTS I rsnarkaU lew 1 tySyWyfryftgaiyiiyrfSltjfltjSji I means so much more than ryou imagine serious and r fatal diseases result from r trifling ailments neglected r Dont play with Natures r greatest gift health In Poor Health POSITIONS GUARNTEED under reasonable condition BANK ojr etatopue Do not say It can free 1 20 pare DRAUGHTONS PRACTICAL COLLEGE and School of Shoit BUSINESS hand typewriting and telegraphy NASUVjXLteTFNff 4 WEEKS by Draughton method ot teach Â¬ ing book keeping Ii euul to 12 WEEKS by not he done until yon send for old method HAEDnrSBTTRgr GftpiUllreeklMMo Rarplus B m 7 90 more money la the Interest of Its Employment Department than half thr business collcgCL in the south take In as tuition It Is strongly ndortcd b Bankers Merchants and radical book keepers all over the United States rleasonable rates of tuition Cheap board Open to both sexes 6oo ttudents past year State and Territories representing It has also preparedbook for sent your want It rxpcid 1 BKABD Pres4et CeaMer J WILL MILLXBViee M H BKABD reliet 8 W BKABD HOHB STUDY on 6o days trial When vou write Adlreil J FDrauqhen Pmt explain MORRIS RfiKRIDQX J KX JOLLY Btr tee r Browns Ifynu are feeling out of sorts wesk and generally ev haustcd lie vuu have no appetite and cant vml begin stonieiat ble strengthening Urouu s iron BIN A Its cure few Lol benefit lies conies front the very first dose it mtmt ttalm rM pleasant IM Nll It pavs cash is for vacancies as book kcepersstenographers teachers etc reported prolded It fills sitae INTEREST PA1B BN TIMt ICPNtTlf The Old RellabU Established 38 year Treats Male er re main married r single la eetsea of ex neitnre abuses exeessea or InaproprleHea dKliIGUAKANTKKD Hoard mod apart menta fiirnUhed when dealred UueeUoa Hlunk and Bosk free Call or write Â¬ L St L L Ry hiMk DHO Cast i ln4 Ma r Iron TlB Ingthemoiiitllii THETAaVtrra24 TAKING DaHy ix incdlclriewhlchls BFFlCn J 30 T West Bound Trains ua We5 hitters a a and to Uke its IHsll L VM STATIONS Irvtegtea As leLaaf A I W tl We Tritir li 1 i rW S i Neuralgia CofMtifwitlflt Dyjppsk It Cures Kidney and Liver j 5p 2m Hw4 fl M I1LJ JT 2li S Govt it bB erffAwNtwej genuine- It has mated rd -- T T j Get ttnlv the wrapper All ethers aicsuti nnee en ine V statutes Vu receipt of two ac auaipe v Will AMI ot lea mauiHMl wwMa Fair VUwa and book fee BROWN CHCMICM CO fcULTIMOftC kip M4HMOK v MataU Ntrvotts HrhtwRtj Wowanfl cMptiitJi Trouble B4 Bm4 utYTjeVBBk0lgU JBPWr VsVsB2nCXs1s1sk AaWHta i wwws Pwhe - wk I wairr sww e asl W 3XilJrBaB VIFwIk miviVJ2mrar MtXsfWauiiEl 75ftc0rtrrATfcrj IbIt IKlMMgB KLllsxl AViiVVMflisWrff JV ArVlaULv i I Bees rT j vham iwihtk kfckW Mkp WMJ 99 w tiagKM fWX i ulf11 E2ZZ2HS liTani FtTI 11 T MwaMB8wi etMI iam lnP1-geMigrwi- - f1 mm l - m M UlffBppi IkI S1tSBaHsLWflsfl i 7 m sBBBBBMssiHBePIWW t jitAiA J z aa ctahit l tft tmlSlttKBwBttttA iwtmtmqmBqmiij- - t vmm - TynrTw gHif TT - - V HHaBBBBBLaaaaaaaaaaiE HEX Awarded BBJSLPKBrMftlJijjei PERSONAL Wash Hall left yesterday for Noilh Dakota Mrs Rico Pennington L H NWS OLOYERPQRT HARDINSBURG W TIME TABLE IJOIKO lienors v L - Worlds Pain - DHL- -- Vest OurBtoo Is progressive and impressive Tho poor wo always havo with us but Â¬ its not every day youll strlko such a layout as wo will A hearty reception U all nt mammoth storo Vests Our say so in tlio paper tlio Btoro Is our do so in went to Steph WEST Vests We nro not pedestrians but wo cover miles of feet ovory six days Vests Miss Ellen Stllli is visiting Lodlburg Wnll street isnt in it at an investment compared with our lino of shoes Vests Mr David II Murray was In town last neck Hat tips No man looks right without a becoming hat to top him out Vests Clrocerics and confectionerits at T 0 Lewis tAvcry Polk cut two acres of whent on his farm in Tobias bottom that threshed Tlio town will bo full of people next v out 101 bushels wet k Wo are not after tho come onco only Miss Llllio Scott Is visiting at Big MOST PERFECT MADE Wo want all to becomo perma Â¬ Spring pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free trado m ammonia nent customers Vests Alum or any other adulterant Miss Kfllo Smith is visiting at Bewhw ao YEARS THE STANDARD If you want bargains in drugs and vllle Ky medicines go to Chas 0 Martins pracMrs Kreemcr is visiting her sister at tical prescription druggist Notice to Subscriber Holt Ky The date on th label Indicate the time to Persona that are hungry and wish that Misses Neda and Ada Beard nro visit- Â¬ ulicilpllon It pld Thla aerrea ww Vour iciciui iin cxnirjiinn notice ever dreadful feeling quenched should visit ing at Big Spring Kxamlne the dnle tirtntiH f n ae on the margin of thin paper and see If It li tho mammoth grocery department of Born to the wife of Rev S K Breed- Â¬ ngiroireti picate to let ni 11haa expired pleate renewut Know ir Vests r time ing July 13 a boy at once wtJVernor Brown has appointed the Miss Annie L Gardiner ent toLouls Hon J 1 Hardin of Meade county a Breckenridge News vllle last Thursday delegate to tho Farmers Congress which Jeff Dillon has been on n visit to rela Â¬ meets at Atlanta Ga October 10 to 10 WEDNESDAY JULY 17 1895 tives at Derby Ind inclusive The County Teachers Instituto will Mr Geo P Kendrlck will gtvo Ills LOCAL BREVITIES convono next Tuesday Blblo entertainment in the Methodist Mrs John Hook and her daughter nro church hero Friday evening July 20 town r jSecd beans for planting Sulzers visiting at Stepliensport It is for tho benefit of tho church Mrs Mollie Etes spent Sunday in New Dimity just in come to day Miss Susie Mattingly is visiting her Tho Democrats at Hardinsburg last Hawcsvillo with Mr nnd Mrs Wm Salters brother at Grilllths Station Monday were all in fine feather and had Brown Call at Martins and try his ice cream on their fighting clothes They say Mr Richard May drove out last Satur Â¬ it is only 5c a saucer Frank Falrleigh of Louisville will bo In tho books to beat Cbarllo Blauford day in u sprinter new buggy at his aunts Mrs J D Babbages for a Old papers for sale at this office only and thoy intend to do it Leo Meyer will furnisn you a first class few days 3c a pound In bundles Summer corsets now the rago rig for any point in the county Mr L T Robards and Mr Andrew AjMcidod novelty in cooking those Gents balbriggans different gaugu Miss Leila Vessels of Owensboro is Crawford of Stepliensport were in tlio vegetable cooking baskets at Sulzers Ladies jersey summer vests visiting relatives hero tills week city Thursday V C Pate and Louis Sahlio wentioJ--Ladie- 8 shirt waists tho vry btst Hook Hcstons thresher ia busv Mr nnd Mrs John Hatchett and sister Louisville yesterday to sell their tobacco Vests camo up among the farmers wheat stacks Mrs Johnson of Zion Ky The Hardinsburg and Owensboro base J Dean and son Glcndeane deliv Mr Clarence and Wane Lewis have ball clubs play at Owensboro next Fri Â¬ ered their crop of nearly 4000 bushols Monday evening of Louisville spent purchased a new Waverly bicycle Miss Mollio Ferris day of wheal last Monday at 75 cents They M J Mr Warren May is considered the A quart of crude carbolic acid will dis Â¬ sold early in the scaon This is tho lar n few days with her cousin Mrs best bicycle rider in to n for speed infect an old pig pen Wo havo it Sul gest single crop of wheat ever raised in i Miller last week Miss Ella Sklllman Big Spring was Mr and Mrs Oscar Holder havo fe tho county sars D L Adair has on his farm be turmd to Owensboro after a short visit visiting Mrs Rosco Eskridge last week Gen W L Hall left yesterday for St Paul Mrs J A Witt and her two daughters Minn to Bee the country with a view of low Hawcsvillo twenty five or thirty to relatives and friends wero at Tar Dpringa one day last week Mrs Wn McKinley and daughter varieties of Japanese plunls imported locating It is said to bo tho Miss Reta of Troy Ind are the guests Mrs Rena Webb Graham and her two XeaVe your orders for ico cream at Mar direct from Japan children aro visiting Mr and Mrs M II ins or call by and tako a pint or quart largest and finest variety in tho state of Mr nnd Mrs T C Tousey A gentleman who visited tho General Mr Chns B Sklllman returned Mon- Â¬ Beard ome recently said thoy were the most lucious day from Morganfield Ho reports the Mr Arthur Goodman announces n Visiting our Btore is like visiting won- plums he ever saw or tasted and were town in a prosperous condition moonlight picnic for tlio night of July erland new attractions every day worth going miles to see J C Englebard book keeper for tlio the 25th ulzers American Tobacco Works Owensboro The most essential part of our living is Death of an Old Citizen When you have physicians prescript was in tho city yesterday on business pnro groceries You want to givo T C Mr J H L Moorman died very sud ions to fill call at Martins and get his of Misses Allle prices 0r denly at his homo here last Monday of Stepliensport nnd Mortbn Power last Lowis a call spent sevoral days Rev Phillips of the Christian church Mr Moorman had been in in- Â¬ brain fever Mr J II L Moormans life was week with Mr end Mrs Tilmun Pauley is holding a scries of meetings at tlio sured for 5000 in the Mutual Benefit of feeble health for some months but was Mr A J Ross and wife Louisville court house ablo to be about the house and inovo Newark N J around associating with his family and are visiting Mr and Mrs T O Tousey Mr Williard Klncheloo went to Louis- Â¬ Never send your boy where your girl this city and other relatives in tho coun- Â¬ ville last week with his father and spent1 cant go Bear this in mind and his wild friends Ho got up Monday morning as usual try several days oats hell never have to sow ate his breakfast walked out into tho S L Sulzer and J O Nolte returned Mrs Thos Withers will preside at the of A man who spends six nights out garden came back and remarked to his from Indianapolis Ind Friday Thoy organ during tlio session of tho Sunday the week away from homo blames his daughter-in-laMrs Ilobt Moorman report crop3 as looking badly in that School Convention wife because she dont raise tiie boys that he was not feeling well and retired section UMr Curtis Pulliam and Miss Blancho right Mrs Moorman discovered to his room Miss Geneva Sandusky after n brief Snyder wero married last Thursday night Gold or silver take your choice we at onco that he was not well and Im Â¬ severaldays with Mr and Mrs illlake either oneBring them along mediately called in Dr Walklns who starof Logan returned to Central Cit at Jeffersonville Ind J II Our aim through life is to save monoy and exchange them for some bargains gavo him souio medicine and left In Friday imi on all purchases When in need bear in l less than than two horns from that time t i Sulzers Mrs E J Smith and daughter Miss mind T 0 Lewis the grocer Cowen Earlington and F lie died The doctor giving as the cause Theo J Irene of Fort Wayno Ind aro at her Has it oyer occurred to jou where to passed- - through of his death brain fever Owensboro jaaVaV ulllvan cousins Mrs M J Millers for a week purchase your foodi Tlio next timo in is city Monday enrouto to Lcitchfield Mr Moorman was born August 13th or more need just call and get T C La w is prices 1825 at Long Lick in this county being theft wheels LBBBKt v Mleses Lena Payne and Myrn Hanks w af G Shelley will organize a Ladles in his seventieth year Ho was married Mrs Huckeby has gone to Asheville aaaaHlv AWT aaaaWaw of Stepliensport camo down with Mrs W d Society at Holts chapol to night Nov 14th 1840 to Miss Margaret E R A Smith last Saturday to do somo N C to live with her dauuhter Mrs BBHV IK ednesday All tho ladies are invited WickliiT who bore him three children Dickey She was accompanied by Mrs O W Moorman and It Moorinrn of shopping G P Jolly be at the church Mr and Mrs J D Hambleton and city and Mrs John Tr Hatchet of Mrs G W Beard returned homo last man if he had to wash ho would this not get Zlon Henderson county Ky who are children of Henderson aro spending week front a pleasant VJafof a few days y a washing machine Why living and were present at the funeral a few weeks with Mr and Mrs Marion witli Rev and Mrs and prevent your wife from growing all J W Lambuth at Mr Moorman was an honorablo up- Â¬ Hambleton the Falls of Rough Sulzers bo young right worthy citizen and has been a fc issen Anna Petty and Clara Davisson Tlio Hardinsburg nlno and a club Am A set of twenty two volumns Encyclo- - resident of this city neaaly thirty years fp edia Britannica brought 44t Murrays lie bos a largo family connection nil over and Mr Byron Petty of FordsviUe were from Jollys Station ployed a game of the guests of Miss Loila Camp for several ball hero last Saturday evening The hero last weok Mr Jeff D Ham- - the county days They returned Tuesday Hardinsburgers wero successful lelon was the purchaser His funeral was held nt tlio Baptist BLBb Miss Fannio Smith went to Elizabeth The Long Distance telephono lias church at 3 oclock yesterday conducted Mr P S Miller and his beautiful fen put Into tho office in this city Mr by tho Eev I B Tiraberlake daughtor Miss Vova loft Saturday for town last Saturday to nttend the Teach eyser says he can talk with Lexington Quito a laraST bor of relatives and Pinovilie to spend some timo with his ers Institute in Hardin county Miss Fannie will toach in that county this very readily now Tins office wilj friends Irotijfirlt Le and his old fami- Â¬ daughter Mrs George Bentloy WKrfall nbdin connection with Owensboro ly scmiJf sHIisontat tho funeral Mrs Henry Solbrig and her brother-in-laand all southern Kentucky Chairman Whltwortli makes n call for Ho wAjlLttrieu in the Cloverport Albert will leave this week for John Chris was in a very happy state cemetery Leopold Ind Thoy will bo gone somo tho Democratic County Coramltteo to come togetiier nnd tako steps toward putof mind yesterday Ho was allowed a timo visiting relatives and frionds ting a candidate in tho field for tho Leg- Â¬ PEESENCE OF MIND pension of 7 a month with baclf pay of Miss Ella Cissell one of Canneltons islature 8 per month from May 1800 to the pres- Â¬ ent Hie first draw will amount to Oscar Holder Saves Himielf from charming and fair maidens after a plecs The best society in Hardinsburg ant stay of four weeks to relatives and should turn Death or Injury something over 5oo out and hear Blisses Steph friends returned homo Wednesday ens and Patterson in their Elocutionary A letter from Judge Adkisson Chic Tho Owensboro Messenger of Sunday Mrs Harry Weaver who formoily entertainment at the City Hall on the aaba I T which we will publish next Oscar Holder the train oaent of lived here arrived yesterday from St night of was all a mistake about his Bays tho 24th week says it tlio Peoples Transfer company had a Catharine Ontario Canada Sho will be town being visited by a cyclone Says Sam Hounlnger of Wtst View is the escape from death or serious in at Mr and Mrs Sam Conrnds for several they had ft splendid rain which was narrow proud pose6or of a new bicycle Ho is In attempting to alight - Jury yesterday Yry milch needed and was of great ben- from tho Texas train which was just weeks having tho public roads in tiis neigh sit to the crops Those named below spont a fow hours borhood rolled down and putlin shape JfulHng in at the depot his feet slipped v IiittU Louise Babbago gave a IOUr flf on tlio rar atens and ho fell He was at tho Tar Springs Friday evoning chap- Â¬ so that ho can ride Sara Vncaria busi- Â¬ i elover party Monday afternoon in hon thrown almost under the front truckr eroned by Mrs Dr Watkins and Mrs ness or of her cousin Mary Cornelia Ditto but kept his prcseuco of mind and there Â¬ Judgo Tarvin of Covington Miss Nome Misa Allle Witt gavo a moonlight par Â¬ r About thirty five children hunted clover by probably saved bis life With a pow Â¬ of Louisville Miss Frayser of Owens Â¬ ty to her young friends last week Jap Harry Newsom proved his taste for aov erful effort he threw himself back and boro Misses Margie and Bettio Bowmer ancse lanterns wero hung about tho yard Ulea and found more four leaf clovefg Lafayetto Lallei6t and tho surroundings wero otherwise lay flat between tlio depot platform and Jennlo Warfield than any other one in the party Tho train stopped within MayW Or iHStli and Elizabeth Sklllman made very Inviting Tlio young folks Uia track Lay aeide your business cares house about twenty feet and Holder was not Messrs Percy Hopper W S Bowmer had a gay time Eugene Vest Jas R Sklllman 0 S koW datiea and leave things that per Â¬ Injured beyond a fow bruises Miss Flora Mattingly is quite 111 with plex behind join the party to Old Point consumption at her mothers six mjlts accident waa witnessed by n num Â¬ White E 0 Babbago and R 0 Rom The wkieh will afford you such dlverioas as ber of people who were standinij ou the below hero Miss Mattingly contracted will reiHvigorate you and prepare yon platform and they all breathsd tatitr a Mvtro cold at winter while out with Xomtainti tofater anew your duties when yon f when Holder got up and freJkea ty W Iit a Whitney rrtlt monk aktUngpaityt Kcxup lad Her re Â¬ twrji Tba dsto of the excursion to Holder has been running ofl the road ment 12 ft high which will weigh nlno covery la very doubtful Attgwt 7y only a short lime hie dutlfs beiug to thousand pound catalogue price 400 Misa8tophons of Chicago and Wlrs entertained afber check baggage for the transfer company Wo will sell this for 200 as wo rced and Clara Patterson of Owonsboro will give Mrs WHJowBier biMue Saturday afternoon In hoaor of He h married and lives iu this city must havo money We also have a an Elocutionary entertainment at the i Scotch granite 8 It high which wtdglis Oity IIuJI in this place on Wednesday Ur aueet Mrs James Fryer Tarvia KJpa Bowtner asiUd by ber two charm We will sell this for 125 night July 21 These young ladies aw 4000 pounds Jfotioe ing daughters enjoy the reputation of The Breckenridge Co Limited train Other stock in proportion Any one graduates of tho best college in CkleegA njikiag the hound fleet away to those makes three tripe daily during tho week wanting good phd cheap work now Is and Cincinnati and will doHbtleea be quite entertaining wfa have the privilege of being their and two oa Sunday 25 cents round your tbne Call oa V miter pa any ooeaeioa J E Keith Son Mr Dan Harwan who bought a tract trip to the Tar Spring of laud near tows from Ut Deaiel to A novBMut w put ou foot by Ute going Into farming ia earnest Mtabars of the Metbediet ehurelt let gome HARNED anno itjTio4ay igUt to secure ew pewa for people thought the old land woataVt 4 produce aajWilnjr hot they will boW Umr euaroa Aitey are very muunneeta Go to O D Pays Haraed for iubrl stag diRreut tuna Mr Harwan baa hoped that theiaemWts it catjgg ol mot mmn In tbIr efforts in this jll live acres of cabbagr four aerea of irieb PileWsa toVofl my geode bow youll potato aa4 tWrty elx rows of pitfjoj awpunef raetiou If wrery wewber of the eaafeh weetat y 0 D HUI iadHtMe wiU be Mfbto BjteuJ wnjsnoijjqiBnsdadavCp thiukptW foaad Uew yaw Payee to tatoce all ia fiae tape Iwaktoa kJmUter ta ae4rjet 4jf et a oeep If Uie work W baml IptiMt f ptto By iraotk C D JfO kaow any suait voea m WbeiWyerttiVttrSi going to he a big H M dant Lubricating oil fdrsak y O B lHya UayMMl a iwr apMad fail -- i xiuo Winn mid lot of ikilowe around wbo fatwally low Mm crowd Ife tortauaU that eft ROYAL BUklog Pmvfhr t Lewi ptatlta watered tor rrW of Bit Ib htvHtimt wrt itm w 1 - 4 BAWN6 POWDfR jt r ensport Friday Mr T D Ireland of Sklllman was In tlio city Monday Wlllio Mullen is visiting in Lewisport and Grand View C WMoorman jr Louisville came down Monday night Mr Alf Hennln of Hawcsville was In tlio city last Thursday Miss Cora Ciaycomb of Owensboro is visiting friends in the city MIm Bertha Mattingly is visiting in tho country for a few days Kov I B Timbcrlake of New Albany arrived in the city yesterday Miss Eflle Culley of Loulsvillo is vis- Â¬ iting Mr and Mrs R D Witt Mr and Mrs Til Pauley spent Sunday at Holt with Mr and Mrs Smith Mrs Emma White Holts spent Sun Â¬ day with Mr and Mrs II A Oelzo Mr F J Ferry left yesterday on a butluess trip to Grand Rapids Mich Mrs Henry Davis and Mrs Eugcno Haynes spont Sunday at Stepliensport Mr and Mrs F L Boyd and children arrived Monday evening from Union lingtr lrfnKr Dallj arr Hardlnibnrgl2ilJ pm ooixa iabt Dally art Ilardtniburg 740 atn have hero tlio 25th and dont you forget it Tho members of tlio Fiscal court wero in session ono day lost week to givo somo directions about furnishing tools to overseers of the roads Thoy mado on order directing tlio County Judgo to fur- Â¬ nish such tools as might bo necessary to remove stone nnd other heavy obstruct- Â¬ ions from tlio roads Tho County Attorney was directed to institute suit against Win DcJernett who was a deputy sher Â¬ iff to collect railroad tax in this district provided Mr DcJernett failed to pay over what was duo Tlio Attorney was directed to associate with him Mr DR Murray Tlio Attorney for the county was further directed to formulate n sum- Â¬ mary of tho road law and havo tho same printed and distributed to the overseers Â¬ Hows This Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Wo tho undersigned havo known F J Cheney for tho last 15 years and bo liovo him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially ablo to carry out any obligations mado by their firm WestA Tiiuax Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Waldino Kinnan AMahvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Curo is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testi Â¬ monials sent free Prlco 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists jtr - jF-- v- v v v- - vV FJ We Arc Still Grinding Out bargains for people Your turn comes next Bring your dollars to us and swap them to us for some of the big To the Populists of Meade County Vlj LT Â¬ BruNMiKNuunn Ky July 14 Tho chairman liavlug called a meeting you aro hereby notified to assemble at Bran- Â¬ denburg Saturday August 3d to nomi- Â¬ nate or consider the propriety of nomi- Â¬ nating n candidate for the Legislature Let every Populist attend tho Conven- Â¬ tion nnd nomlnnto a man devoted to tho grand old principles of Jefferson Tho meeting will bo called nt 10 a in to consider tho nomination of a candi date Speaking in the aftornoon by Thomas Pettit candidato for Governor if wo can possibly get him to attend bargains wo aro offering this week in our many departments wo havo just ground out some great big bargains that will open your eyes in amazement Youll wonder how wo can sell them so cheap But wo have decided to reduco our stock and in this great money raiBing sale wo must make a clean sw eon fr om tlio cellar to the third sto ry Wo are dis bargains that playing such will make you say y I will take it Come at once Come to day nan i SULZERS A I Doc Gray F Secy Meade Co Peoples Party Com I nmmmitmmm nmrnmrnm ft Picnic Goods Let us supply you with your 4 lt M Pop Corn Candies Fruits Etc f Watch a We are Head quarters and Cheaper than anybody Fruit Jars going at Cost Send us your orders W fl Mevitt For V Qough BRANDENBURG Wholesale and Retail DRUGGISTS iH KY We handle the best Whiskies and Brandies in the Our State - afy w Serial Story a j f - VVW tVVWVWVtWWWcV that the Gfc R emember Ana make the V Â¬ m kiil 11 J v Irvington Milling Co - V s y tiV t Continue to buy your Wheat Corn Hogs Cattle Sheep 1 Flour Meal and Mill Feed on the market A lUliUU ia Wo Bell Salt Brick Shiugles Cement Bone Meal Corn Wheat and Tobacco Fortllliers Corn Planters Hay Rakes Wheat Drills Studebaker and Old Hickory Wagons Buggies and Spring Wagons and the only reliable Self Binder a 1 9 uuwumlpww bwoIrdimanoe All ptnoni living within the oorporate Kjr r r Haiti of tho City of Clofarport nalreJ to comply with orJIuauoo No 18 6o 1 2 and 3 of lalil orJInmco by calling on F N lllluy City Clerk aod procuring a check nltbln 30 day by pavlox tho lox 00 and from tbtl data July 3 1895 JNO A BARKY Mayor UiliHliUliiiUl - and Mower Bindor Twine etc with a guarantee on each article We sell nothing but first class goods at at prices to suit times Remomber tho best is tho cheapest in tho long run Your Inspoction patronage and correspondence respectfully solicited w J- - ego IRVINGTON MILLING CO m Joiiy ATTORNEY at LAW HARDINSBURG KY kVaAVVVtVtVtVVVVVfy your laundry R N Miller havo a boy to call Got will IRVINGTON KY VHv roturnlng Saturday packages rca ovory Tuco K 0 Babbage - I ty gt - 7 ilI ad surd w sainx Al3imov 4uondiK3 iH PinH Mixture A OWENS Will practice in all the Courts in tho County and surrounding District Crary bona thouM hava a Mila of rum jiujiiurv ivf ChlHfinl Marina Gtxs Brown ATTORNEY OLQVERPORT KY Oik with David ft Murrr y Iroa Bridge TABLERSDH BUCKEYE i AT LAW Kait ead of WrJ Teething Troubles NoopUtt Na harmful drug Ea oortM ry poyuciiDi mm utt noihtri SoU ty all IUU0 riMli HPjiEi i 1 OINTMENT pure nothing i jrvujwiq OhlWrnryfor UNr iu aeoaNo boo Borri Bm TrlU lot wtu BarnM Kinchloe FWrL0VBC9n WWtwi t AlTORNEYSlVXTSW Hardlnaburg Ky Offioa on Main ttrMt next door north of poetottoc s ai tbuth rmt0prMMrtaebr Sold by SHORT A IIAYWBI BEST REMEDY fcr PILE BIM UT ALT MKttfieiATa M H A UKE and CERTAIN OUHX bnauunAr IS raiatha 3 iSWJjjcyr-o- f rfrrTHyJI JT VW jpjhjppf-i-r-- - dE it tf fill ill LeaVening iower- - Latest tt S Govl Rcpdtl loyal IJtjrpirMDrnnr rEiiiEiumuuEi Mcwc ABSOLUTELY iiLirui Baking Powder PURE Inconvenience Only THB BHaOitmNRSDGm NlWfe iMkOVKftPOr KY ft f n lOhwlllhcrtlntitiiithwy 13l ia tlc - mmf - sJII Twn ffw lr i ar rr r m JtAtt M I In ouo case only tho men who bought abroad would Jx5 subjected to inconven- Â¬ WEDNESDAY JULY 17 1895 ience and it would bo inconvouicuco merely for na I havo said thoy would iu no caso bo subjected to loss In tho other every man in tho United Statos who owes a dobt would bo put not moro ly to iiicomcnienco but to loss It is tho most monstrous of ideas that bocanro n fow men can mako a profit by sending out tho money of tho country all the industries of tho country must be disarranged In mi ago of enlightened SOMETHING OF INTEREST TO civilization nothing seems moro absurd and unjnet THE IMPORTERS It is natural and prober that somo difÂ¬ ficulty clionld bo experienced in trans muting tho money of onb country into tho mouoy of another SENATOR JONES ON FOREIGN DEBTS If people in one country wish to buy in other countries moro than can bo sold from their own country they aro warn ed by tho htalo of tho exchanges that tho How to Inflict Injustico on tho Many balance is against tliem According as tho balanco becomes moro and moro For the Bonoflt of tho Few against tliom thoso who persist in buy ing should personally suffer tho inconvenience Tim peoploof tho entire rami Thn Lontfon Times Quototl on tho try who have notliiug to do with im portations rlionld not be compelled to Silver and Gold Standard suffer Vheuocr that which may ho termed international inonrv luis its normal vil When it exchange is It irf suiiObCl to bo dcciiiivoof tho no it ut the pir of to shp products unprofitable qachtion to inquiro how if wo haro uot becomes demand for mouoy for shipment and tho tho gold standard wo cm pay our debts becomes oxcesmo 0 that a premium oxnmiiio thin point to foreigners Lot us tho persons who xhotild pay the An American importer buys goods lu arises premium nro tho impoitcifi thoso who Great Britain or Germany to bo sold impoit into tho Tho for their own profit hero for his profit and his alono thou tho exports of tho query is How is ho to get tho gold to country moropay for can pay liis bill I reply to tho question by countrypcoplo of tho whole country who Tho ho asking another By what means docs business 100 times as pay bills in his own country How does aro conducting n importing business largo ns tho entire onymorchant obtain mouoy By sales and under our pystcm of ci edits involv of nerchandiso Very well in dobt to cuoimous Let then tho American importer sell ing theuisehcs not bo compelled to ay hhould i lmiidiso for gold with which to pay nnionuts inoi upou every dollar of thoir his gold indebtedness Ho bought in a piemium con Â¬ domestio debts simply to suit tho gol standard countries tho goods which venience of u fow importers Any bal roq iro to bo paid for in gold Let him trado which can possibly bo sell In thoso countries for gold tho goods anco of us against runt always bo infinitesimal froj i sales of which to pay his hill amount of in compared with the enormous Goil is to bo bought for commodities domestic debts that aro constantly boing ovc y gold standard country of tho our own pooplo If wo had an If tho lango of prices in thoso paid bysupply of wo1 d nmpio siher money for tho con tries is such that ho cannot liinko n all that pro t on tho transaction that is his transaction of onr own business bo sich need of gold would mil ortuno and is not ouo for which tho vo could any adverse balauce Air ricau pooplout largo nroicsponsiblo sum as would rnret Joroiis ouo of tho Professor Stanley or y reason of which they hhould bo most renowned of tho financial icono HID tcd in sums infinitely larger than mibts of Great Britain in a paper read nnj poJblo piemium that could bo iu beforo tho American Social Soienco os vol ed in tho transactions of a fow im sociatrti in Saratoga in 1877 said poi rs Gold is not really icqnisito except 11 tho internal commcrco of this d for making international payments and cor try which is CO timod greater in not bo very much larjor am antttliun our foroigu trade hhould tho stock need than will meet any concoivablo dcninud not bo disjointed byicason of tho ncccs sit j which exists for a fow inou to pay for exportation I call tho special attention of thoso the dclits abroad Is it a greater act of who havo n horror of tho silver standard jne co to facilitate tho payment of an to a remark of tho Loudon Times which iuii ntcrs foreign bill nt tho expeuso of of auull bo pooplo of tho United States than with them ought to bo tho first discussing the very bill to naiutain equity and justico in tho thorities isin to repeal In and tho payments Pj ment of all debtsnud servicts iutor which it now proposed called Sherman an editorial on tho so x for all commodities 1 1800 said chmged among tho 70000000 people law Tho TimoH of Sept Under a silver standard a rich conn of our country Must wo forovcr con of gold as tinno to inflict wrong and injustico upon try can keep a3 largo a stock it requires for nil purposes without any all our produolng classes upon niucty difficulty whatovor uino ono huudrcdtlis of our people simply to savo on occasional importer or Effect or tho flojil Standard In Great llrlt sln foreign business houso somo iuconven Tho ci editor olusses pre and well may ienco for in any caso it could bo noth- Â¬ bo content to receivo not tho mouoy ing inoro than an inconveniouco It tho materials which tho money will could under no circumstances result in but buy Producing nothing by their own lass to any importer to hao to pay a labor thoy can obsorvo without regret a premium constant fall in tho prices of tho prod- Â¬ Supposoa failuro of tho crops to occur ucts of other mens labor Thoy know in Europe and an abundant harvest in that it would bo impossible to obtain this country Thero will bo a consequent tho gold and that if obtained it would boom horo Numbers of contracts will bo good only for its purchasing power be made on a high range- of prices Then as mouoy I1 or Hundreds or years ns J this country becomes a poor country to havo shown has been tho determina- Â¬ buy in bocanso prices nro high but for tion of thosoit classes to domiuato tho tho sarao reason it becomes a good couu try to soil in Other countries at such a commercial and industrial world iuThey aro too intelligent to attempt this timo will bo poor countries to soA in ago a domination of force Thoy know becnuso prices thoro aro low and they how to acquiro domination by strategy will for tho sarao reason bo good coun- Â¬ This was tho basis of their determinatries to buy iu tion to limit tho supply of money to gold On such occasions our importers strain alono every nervo to buy to tho utmost Hav Â¬ When they decided to adopt tho gold ing thoreforo largo payments to mako to standard thoy know that tho quantity foreign countries they find that owing of money in circulation determined the to tho low priced prevailing abroad thoy Beforo tak Â¬ arc uuablo to send out ourwhoat or cot- Â¬ valuo of tho monetary unit that step ton to advantage Hcuco they gather up ing difficultiesthoy wero not unaware of that would bo encounter- Â¬ tho money of tho country and send it tho ed but uot being themselves producers away of woalth they had nothing to fear Iho Making the Mauy Suffer lor the ltw miseries which thoir course might in- Â¬ Instead of assuming tho responsibility flict upon others was not a matter which for tho oxerciso of bad judgment or over Â¬ concerned them Inthoimestigution by weening cupidity on their part in mak Â¬ tho parliamentary committee mado ing moro purchases thau tho country prior to tho adoption of tho gold stand Â¬ makes sales they mako everybody in tho ard tho manufacturing interests of country suffer thoso who havo not had Great Britain wore represented by wiso onj tiling whatever to do with foroign and thoughtful men who foresaw and goods as woll as thoso whoso business it dollueated tho consequences that must is tn deal iu such goods As everybody cusuo from tho carrying out of tho gold knows tho number of persons who doal policy but tho executho department of in foreign goods is uttorly insignificant tho government of Great Britain turned cot pared with tho enormous number n deaf ear to tho statements of tho man wh deal in domestio articles ufacturing nud agricultural classes and be premium which in any ovont tho listened only to thoso of tho bankers To their iutorcst imi ortcrs would pay is a bagatollo in aud money lenders con parisou with tho unseen and uuob then as nt nil timos since oery other sor od premium which for many years interest was subordinated has bcoa paid by tho toiling millions So long as the rich nud cultniwd Mo oy is bought by ovory man with tho classes in thoso countries are enjoying pre uuts of his labor Tho masses of tho life it is a great comfort to them to sup Â¬ pc do aro not digging gold out of tho pose that all otlicrs enjoy it Thoy con- Â¬ mi es Tho gold they dig is tho amount cern thouiselveti very little with tho suf Â¬ tin can bo bought by their labor oxert ferings or burdens of tho workors aud ed n Holds of wheat and cotton iu especially of thoso who ore rckguted to secus of iron and coal and in tho city idleness They Jmvo no porsonnl Jiuwl- sin is rouuurics ana factories Tho uje unt of mouoy which tho products of sat i labor will command is therefore tht measuro of tho valuo of gold With tho present system all tho poo- pie of this country aro mado to pay a jpraium on gold in order that n fow importers may bo saved somo imaginary inc nveuienco in tho payment of bal CUREf THE MONEY QUESTION Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Iclgvot thltroionutiljilS AtlBtfrnttiyiiR Late Literary Jfowi Id ttieiv ficiuo of Immunity to Mipposo tVnn Mint enforced idle jess in unnvoldiibla T3T At bonny niil girlie Thoy Would lienor tlnnkot homing tho Or will hep int iiienn UKly gold standard resp ltoillld fdr it lhosd it lo Mr Ntrll And lie d It U things hro Imppoed lo bd iiieVitctilo Hut Hill ml on n J U They find uo ninnj good things iu tliblf Allan cant Krll own path that thoy annum BOinetliilig Tlie Lord pre tcrt the bcV and nck Ofhnneat Mr Nerll of a lllo good forttuio for c crybody olhO This ouo of the Inst verses ever wilt For ldleuera the only suggestion thoy havo to mako is that charily shall bo ten by llobert Louis Fteventon Ifl i brought to bear So condition- - nro ln n firenre to the portrait of hhmelf ostigatcd only with rcfcrcnco to tho which Is Klvmlo the public with his effects which philanthropy may havo on In tho July tW tho verso for the first timo veu tho philanthropists them might have ccmo pen ons who hnvo lohio heart nnd thoso mopolitan Tho lints who sco tho miseries of tho masses n3 from the pen of Burns nnd are Inimitable matters of daily observation aro dis in their way The portrait was declared posed to regard them as tho results of by Stevenson himself to bo tho best ever natural causes or of tho inscrutable do painted by lilm In this same number Tho literature crccs of Providence of Tho Cosmopolitan ltudynrd Kipling therefore w hich deals with tho real con Â¬ tells nn Indlnn story to whlth Hon Ing of tho masses of tho pcoplo is very dition ton ndds rharming illustiatlons Mrs Joitv P Jones limited Bui ton Harrison makes n serious study Uerllno Wedding Time of New Yolk society in Tho Myth of and Knte Douglas Tho marriago mnixet at Berlin is the Four Hundred never moro flooded than during tho Wlgaln contributes a story of enc of the monthsof April and October Tliochccr mojst delightful of Welsh rt treats Tho ful reason for this stato of things is Cosmopolitan was with this number re- Â¬ Ihut tho beginning of May and Novejt cents per copy and ns a to ler is tho orthodox timo for removal in duced ten consequence notwithstanding Is large so new abodes edition It was out of print on tho third dny of publication Knights or the Maccabees Tho State Commander Writes us from After trying Lincoln Neb as follows No Cure other medicines for what seemed to bo a Err KnsoN Ky obstinato cough in our two children very Dear Sin I always say n good word we tried Dr Kings New Discovery and of two days the cough entirely for tho Electropoiso whenever I have nn at tho end left them Wo will not bo without it opportunity as J think I owe to my hereafter ns our exporienco proves that nelgbors nnd friends to la them know of it The docton nro inclined to make fun it cure where all other remedies fail of meas welljuitlte Elictiopolso for the Signed F W Stephens State Coin Why not give this great medicine n trial stand I tnkf but such evidence as I have as it is gunrauteed and trinl bottles aro of its m Mits would OlUnco tho most One iiiKanca that I consider free nt A It Fishers drug store ling- Â¬ skcplicu as re mnrkiible as nnj other that I have ular sVo 50c and 100 ever seen happened this past spring Tho Monday uficr Eu ter during thut Hen VVCDOING PRESENT very cold wint r the mpn brought n Marie Was No Doubt iu Much Surired young cnlf to thu houso nearly frozen to an rrcddle Wan death put it lo tho fire and wo all work Â¬ Young Mr Smithers ha ing oaten nu ed witli it from tlaj light until about 11 excolleiit dinner sat down to smoke a oclock when nil bauds gave it up Tho good cigar wht lo his wife ran up stalls froth was running out of its mouth nnd moLo her fillet for the theater to I attached tho So peaceful was his stato of mind it could not ewallow that ho dd not eeu look accusingly at Electropoiso and in a short time it b gan his watch wiicn uficr tho promised to show signs of returning Utnlity nud niimito had dovoloped iuto CO she in one hour sallow d milk nnd sat up entered tho room and bleatebniil abUit 4 oclock was out Seems to mo that you aro looking iu the yard with its t mother and insidti he ie of two very nico tonight my dear dns was ts friskj a little calfn marked you i erf aw No one who6aw the calf 1 uni to glad yon think so darling had any hop- - of its gMt ng well and yet Of conrco I caro inoro for your admiration than that of any ouo olso Besides therunre people foollsln enough to sny the Skinners sit right behind us this thnt the Electropoiso woiks its cures by oeniug an 1 this dress will givo her a imagination I noil I like to nsk how bad hoadauc boforo tho second act is much imagination tln cdf had 1 Â¬ it n r - - MM Faith Into the peoples hands without frelgl t commissions or the numerous money eaters of a half doren middle nun J rain loads of goods nro rushed through by fast freight they aro hustled Into our ware rooms and sold under the whip nnd spur of the lLost urgent financial needs factory cost is knocked in tho hoad nnd the flnnnclal question is eohed by your good sonso while politicians are discussing thoir preambles Yester- Â¬ day we received tho following consignments Ono carload Columbia Refrigerators nnd Ice Boxes They are furnished with charcoal sheathing extra heavy doors durablo covers and other valuablo iraprovementa One carload of Sideboard different sizes in Oak Ash Curloy Birch with or without Carved Panels Bevel Pinto Mirror hnlf carload of Trilby Baby Callages two carkals of Parlor Furniture in suites nnd odd pieces up bolstered in all styles up to Plushes Tapestries Brocatellcs and Leather Other consignment came with the sarao train including Queenswnro Cuilery Cotton nnd Hnlr Mattresses Woven Wire Beds Etc Democrats Republicans Populists Prohibitionist the coming womau nnd owry political freak shonld remomber that we take gold silver or greenbacks and givo you two dollars worth for ono every time at Jefferson between Fourth nnd Fifth through to Green a enuo Answering the nrguraent of tho village merchant nbout trading nthomo by PAYING FRCIGIIT 200 MILES FROM LOUISVILLE 1 NOR 32 TO 1 BUT 100 TO 1 that you got hotter treatment better terms and better value nt tho Paoploa Favorite Place for Furniture and Oarp than anvwhoro olso on nnrrVi Thn tinHflnlnnci nwnoi jiH sweat over tho financial nunnHnn mnn ww- Thn nwif Mnu snrowa ouyors know they oan get 100 to 1 from us They aro tired of payii two nricos to the old tocrv rficnlar dnnlnrn nnrl inntnllmnnf hnnnan t Uri un the SWOat Of tho ton crnn find mlnrorvrnnnnfatinn nrn allmnmtnln nA inni tnmn but the wise man or woman who studies values and methods get dead on to o i muuttnio uua syscem or putting ua HFJUTS FURNITURE ETO 1 9tvvRj iJIpcS1 Silver vs Gold NOT 16 TO Manufacturers Agents Lousiville Ky Mi 00REC0 WHEAT AHE BtsEEgmiigaBigwsflSffiagEMffimBaravB tmtmmiEtfmmm FERTILIZ FU1 IliatijSlt Shave Hair Cut or Shampoo Ji 1 THE HORSE SHOE BUNDS BONE THE BEST WHEAT GROWER Â¬ XVV fandS Ono bag por aoro Insuros good Grasa Crops Wrlto for circular and N W FERTILIZING CO Manufacii over Â¬ Â¬ Mr G T Hughi s of Sullivan likewise N uot quite clear Bcjidos I earned reports good results from this treatment tho money for th i cue mjolf Electropoiso rented But how did jou C U DUBOIS L WEBB thinking Oh after yon left I fell to what n lot ri m Mioy 25 was to spend 500 Fourth Avenue Ioultvlllc Ky on a veddiiA preifljit for Mario when I really needed so Liauy things Then an idea struck mo I remembered all those pretty thiugj I found iu your big trunk after wo wore marriod the ones that horrid girl whooer sho was sont back g when tho engagement was broken I J JOHNSON i ioUISSILLE Of Louisville has fitted up C D Y M wouldnt havo ono pf thorn mysolf but a pity for them to lio thero Summer Is notour et We all it seemed Ryans old place with entirely so I w cut up stalr3 aud looked them nil agree to that but let us come to tho new furniture Try him and bo over I solcctcd that lovely silvor back- Â¬ same conclusion thnt ed miiror nudoleauedit upuutilit look- Â¬ convinced of his workmanship ed just liko new and then I Sold it to buy tho dross see I I Nothing of tho kind I bought tho dress with tho money you gnvo ma Tho mirror I sent to Mario with our best Is the right House to buy your goods Wont sho bo surprised nud wishes Office over the Bank of Hardinsburg why Fieddfe nro you ill CENTS at nil times Extremely low prices have ONLY Will attend to any business in tho line of Surveying Findinu lost lines and Not nt nil my dear You aro quite comers a specialty Correspondonre in regard to any boundaries of lands lying In right Mario will no doubt bo much been made on all seasonable Br ckenridge county solicited Also a Notary Public and can take tho acknow- Â¬ A surprised for you sco sho horsolf was Book ledgments of deeds at time of surveying if parties desire it tho girl who rotunicd thoso presents Address at Hardinsburg Ky Goods Bnltlinoro Herald that is all I good enough So Mr Sm thoiM looked auxions thut is now iu it Wasnt tho old ouo MltS il IIPRYOK UNION STOCK YARDS CHICA You Want M IQ Hot Jacob Baldes CHINTZ ROYALTY A Geo Yeake Go COUNTY SUEYETOE f BOURNS Summer Remarkable - Â¬ Â¬ OUCv8 immt A An advorsq balunco of trado whereby 1100000000 of tho money of tho coun- Â¬ try might bo shipped joat would so re tluco the debt paying power of tho peo- Â¬ ple and tho prices of the commodities with which in tho last analysis they wnat pay the debt M to make it a ca- Â¬ lamity of great prpportloua in compari- Â¬ son with any iacouveienoe to which imr porters might bo subjected iu paying Mieir foreign balance Iu order that such a tranMction way It iu great loss to the wmbm of it is Hot iiootsgnry ler a pauw to MUn r The loss eosw be wwwl Mt BLOOD POISON cures CANCER s s s FOR With a view to clear them out on mat- Â¬ ter what the loss will bo your gain 10 pieces Scotch Lawn worth 8J sweep Â¬ ing out prico only 5c the yard 20 doz Initial Handkerchiefs worth 10c clear out at 5c 50 pieces Tqurist cloth a good wash fabric worth an w hero 8c to move them we only ask you 5o tho yard One Iot of Black Silk Mitts he kind you alwaB pay 40 and 50u for at 25c in this salo 10 pieces TailUta Molro a beautiful Kv dress goods will make up as handsome as a silk reduced to 15c per yard A Iolur City 15 doz Gents Ties beautiful patterns Numbers of explorms who lnvo sought all silk at only 2oc on generally pay tho orotic i cIouj in quoit of tho pnlo havo told of u mysteiious city mirrored 50c agahut tho northern sky stately build Â¬ Ono lot of White Goods in plain checks ings iu clioieo architecture tall and im and Btripes at 5 7 8 and 10c posiug spires but such us differ from Our customers will not Buffer on ac- Â¬ anything wo know about Whothcr tho count of tho rise in SHOES Wo are found tioji ut this mirage is a reality nud puly uurwecgnlaldp becnuso of prepaed as wo bought our goods early transposition as u directions whether and can mako ou closoi prices than any it is a work of samo mysterious romunut ono elso of our inco that onoo occupied tho pole All over broken lots of CLOTHING In or whether tills is somo fnuoiful foaturo Mens and Bos go in this sale at about of tho froit ns the peculiar shrubbery oue half tho former price wo see on tho window pane whatovor We haae just recoived an inoeo of a this is it must bo consiguod to tho per ploxiugonigmns of tho unknown region nico Brown Sugar a nlco clean dry Who knows but bomo spot ouco tho the sugar 28 lbs for a tjollur silver or gold ater of busy mid udxuicud human life We solicit your trade may havo escaped tho geueral cataolys mal wreck iiinl this eity may be tho si Â¬ lent and ns yet u ulUcovprel witness of The Great Bargain store prcpolur times etiuiding alone in the dead Uosolatiou in tho rigid snroud or now polar death If we niuat bo barrc4 COT GEO YEAKEL from entering thin undlujoeredcouutry wo may add to our oqilpjtiejit bvn care Â¬ ful uotiug of its mixturo and tlion gly 0BAHDENBUB0 KY to tho ImVo uf tin so phenomena u nios tliorough study Philadelphia Press wean I QUANTITY Â¬ Â¬ E W Bagby a prominent lawyer of Paducnh Ky says thnt Dr Bells Tine Tar Honey cured his children of whoop- Â¬ ing cough when all things else failed Its a new remedy for all coughs For salo by Short Haynes Cloverportj Dr R II MoMullin McDaniels M Meyer A Co Buras A Taylor BosetU W E Brown Irvington Ky A A Rich ardson GarfieldKy A K Morris Big Spring Ky W O Mooiman Glen deano Ky P Sherron Bros Co Kirk Ky Horace Scott Hardinsburg COINS Financial School and currency IF YOU WANT TO KNOW J J M HARPER DANIKL BROOKS It is a book for everybody who de- Â¬ sires to know the facts nbout iinncc BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock OATTLE BOURBON All About Gold II YOU WANT TO KNOW KS AZD 10 HOGS AND SHEEP - All About IF YOU WANT TO KNOW All About reajd it Currency Silver STOCK YARDS LOUISVILl F KY A Statement of the Condition of the Statement or Condition or the IF YOU WANT TO KNOW IRttAlD IT will BrecUnrid INCOUPOHATID BmiIc KY 1S95 1 Bank of Hardinsburg at iiiiuiNsmma ky At the clou ol butlneis June 19th INCOKrORATIO What Causes the Hard Times a book for the givo them more correct about U OF CIOVrItPOUT ASSETS A7i J At be Closq of buslneu June 39th IiiiW Fixture and Furniture Iltklng Homo and Lot Detti in Suit Ore drafts HocJs Caii 189 JEijEUiT It IT people and Nutu and Dllli DlioounteJ HESOUnCES 99 383 88 information Gold Silver ni Currency Proeit Account 24 Due from Danki Total 64 COS S4 63 3 000 00 3 000 00 3 238 01 608 41 39 584 64 10 Ot 79 019 74 Flxturei Banking Ilouee and Lot Other Real Eetat Cath In lafe and In other banki Bond Notee and btlli 1478 94 3 687 60 j fl 09 30 381 19 4163 04 93 817 04 133 830 01 U Total LIABILITIES Capital Stook paid in MAniLITIES Carflal Stook SuriJiU 1 fill 7f4 A 72 DT0 Than will be found In any book on UndlfldoJ Jroflti Fund to Par Taxe political economy No It is bo plain and simple that any one Dividend day 43 A per ed thn can easily understand It Dcpotlti It is a book for the business inn Due to llankt 45 100 00 25 000 00 1 323 42 Strides No 9 Qt July lit 23 000 0ft 103 089 47 4 per Uurplui and undWIdod prollti 1000 00 4 789 54 oent declar Â¬ 1094 1 03 S04 00 142 629 S3 104 218 761 72 the professional man the fanner nud tho laboring man It was writ Total Â¬ ten In the interest of each of them Whether Republican Democrat or Populist every man who votoe ehould read it BB bUUItTU CAM OR SKNT FOH T IT WHI COST VOU POSTPAID I A 0 Sklllroaa caihler of tho aboTe nam ed lank do lolemnlT iwear that the ahoye tat ment It true to the belt of ray knowledge A B EkUlmik Caebier and belief e tbli the Gubterlbed and aworn to before Total 133 865 Of II Beard caibler of abort named oanx uo ewear that the above lUteaieat U true to tbe belt of mj knowledge and belief M II IIiaid Caihler Sworn to before me tbli June 2tltb IBM W K Barnh Notary Publle I M ffe 4 - 1000000 People Wear lit layofjulr Chas B Sulluax N PB 0 Cimmlnlon expires Jan Jlb 1890 1805 WlaDougtosSfioes HAND SEWDD 4 PROCESS atlii Timo and Step SQinetluiOB SCROFULA THE ECZEMA TETTER lvy it said an old soldier ouo sees the captnln ot polPay marching proudly along in time wltij the musio but out of step tle couifouy WHITES 6RE1M right the captalu wroK Pifitressliig But then I havo seeu ft niBtU irch ing cmt erf step to tw JBJo 9t M baud aud Uiere Is now fu4 MW M dler who nover really Imn ft step The familiw o4 K frV fEVfRY NTTLC IUAMKTIW left tlw kit loot iw lr m MUIyAIIiKVMMTS -- Wyo tap of the drw WORMS Only 25 Cents Jno D GREGORY Wharfwastrs OLOVEDfMT CO KENTUCKY t 22J IflSr IN THE 3RLD mzwr StumHat AgMk AenU iMjHijr 5 00 j I k0 vermifuge j ey labliige XY Local OLOVEftrORT PENNYROYAL WAFERS DeaUreln Dqow 8w4i StlMte YeMew Fae FIooC lug aad CeiHeg Wwlher Boarding HeKtFwtlHzw ui Vutiiti til Cfiy jihlsgle TaMml 400 350 m ir5 J- - 250 225 For Me rear j X Wmj 200 nr ion HlTOQttl 2 HVhw Salt Line Cement PiMMr IlM4eHg or BLOOD ChlWrtn Oim t 8yti vJueji in 4qm out o ir M Mvf by fpv W d riek tor mw fjooih gettlny oar prices wall link fw 4iy OHA1 BfUttv I low HaU tiaa Mowartaa ho end uwm m All In Ii f h talvIM Miir Alt r fOtlMor UMlit1 Litl lUt uu O MARTIN MaacUt Fiakka1 kr Ukhai kaJ warn w Wfc CIOyTRoKrKY JO