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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 t rsz i - VOL XXI OLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 29 1895 SPIRIT OF THE PRESS Clothes That Count Flotiili Timet Uolun NO 2 ft i WHY WE FAVOR IT Out of the Wisdom of Man Came the Use of Two Metals for Us as Money To be Coined at a Ratio of 1G to 1 W- - At This Ratio the Amount of Gold and Silver in the World Is Exactly Equal and lias Ahvajs Been That Way IT IS MINED OUT OF THE EARTH AT THAT RATIO ii Dealers in Money Have Caused One half of the Money of the World to be Destroyed that They Might the Easier Corner the Balance By Making Money Scarce They Make It More Valuable and They Arc Thus Enabled to Reduce the Price of Labor and Products WE WANT FREE COINAGE of BOTH METALS You have asked mo why I favor tlio tlio monoy question you should never free coinage of silver My reply ia as lose sight of the fact that money is a necessity to civilization follows Out of the wisdom of man came the Iliinetallism the right to nan either of two metals for money is a linancinl use of two metals for us as money system born out of tlio unsclllsh wis- Â¬ these metals to be coined into monoy dom of mankind There are scientific at a ratio in weight of 10 to 1 or in the ratio provided from timo to time The truths to support it Money is a necessity to civilization option was given by law for the people When a thing becomes a necessity thero to use money made from either metal ohould bo a normal quantity of it Thorn neither redeemable in tlio other but is a necessity for so much breadstuff and we meet a demand for it by creating each of itself money The option was a normal suppy Money is mailo by law with the debtor the persons setting The debtor There is no such thing as money with the money in motion out the law designating something as need the one most accessible so if sil- Â¬ such To create a normal supply ot ver became the cheaper the demand money tho Inns must designate a cub nai shifted to it and this brought it stance of Biillicient quantity from which back to a parity with gold or vice versa money may bo coined Tlio two metals together both limit- Â¬ If a normal supply caunot be obtained ed in quantity furnish a larger volume from tlio substance select d by law from of money and u more stable supply than which primary money is to be coined either alone can As the demand there will bo a scarcity of that necessity draws first on one and then on the to civllizitiou the greatest of all neccBsi other there is an elasticity and a dual tiis money In selecting precious strength to the financial system thus metals by law from which money is to arranged With gold and silver both be make the selection is made from a as money one relieves the strain upon limited product To give you an idea the other One is in competition with how limited it is I will say statistical re- Â¬ the other to supply tlio demand with- Â¬ ports show that tht re is about 4000000 out bringing the other into immediate 000 of gold in the world available for uso competition with it to supply the de Â¬ as money and 4000000000 of silver in mand when the law is adjusted to bime- Â¬ the world available lor uso as money tallism That is after ages of delving in the earth For all useful purposes that eater to for these precious metals this is the the desire of man in the arts and quantity now of each in existauce avail- Â¬ sciences sixteen parts of silver are as able foruse as money The quantity of valuable as one part of gold If neither gold abovo named all there is in the were used as inonoy it is reasonable to world available for use as money will suppose that sixteen parts of silver go in the space of twenty two feet each would be worth mdro than one part of way All of the silver in the world gold Silver pos86sB substantially all available for use as money will go in the of the qualities of gold The two met- Â¬ Politi- Â¬ space of sixty six feet each way als aro similar in nearly all respects cians may roll figures oil their tongues as liberally as they wish but after all is They aro both durable neither will said this is the result A cube of sixty stain corrode or rust The staUmMit so frtquently heard tix feet in silver is in the world availathat the stamp ot the Government on a ble for use as money If wobelct gold alone as money the metal does not add to its value is a next thing to consider is the demand common error into which many people We have seen what the fall Under bimetallism the mints are for money is and the next question is tlio open to tlio free coinage of all that supply demand The notes bonds and mort- Â¬ comes of both gold and silver and gages payable In gold issued by the the people have the right to use either city of Chicago its inhabitants cor- as money In the payment of taxes pur Â¬ porations including railways terminal chases and in all the transactions of ipg there in the aggregato amount to as much as all the gold in the world available for uso as money The railway bonds payable in gold People- Unci jttbt tho help thoy so much of the- United States amount to 5000 It fur This is 1000000000 more need in Hoods Sursaparillu 000000 than all the gold in the world available ulslics tho desired strength by puri Â¬ fying vitalizing nnil enriching the for use as money and the railway in debtnets is but a drop in the bucket blood and thus builds up tho nerves of the gold indebtedness of the world tones tho stomach nnd regulutes tlio A healthy reserve maintained by all of wholo system IJeadthL tlio gold governments of the world to I want to praise Hoods Barsaparllla lloat their representative money will My health run down and I had the grip rt quire more gold than there is in the After that my heart and nervous system world and to the extent that they are were badly affected so that I could not do unable to maintain such a reserve they my own work 0ur physician gave me must curtail their quantity of repre Â¬ somo help but did not cure I decided Soon I could to try Hoods Barsaparllla sentative money and hold the total vol I have taken do all my own housework time of money below the normal quantity necessary for civillzttion All bauking systems In the world ihating representative monoy must likewise maintain a gold reserve to float tluir outstanding paper and token money Hoods Pills with Hoods Barsaparllla This only contemplates money reserve1 and they have done me much good I and wo set that it leaves none for cir- Â¬ will not bo without them I bavo taken 13 culation among the people No sub bottleaofHoodiSarnaparllUjand through stanco should bo selected as the sole the blessing o God it has cured me material of our primary money that I worked a hard as ever the past sum Â¬ mer and I am thankful to say I am does not coutomplate its being in tlio well Hoods Pills when taken with possession of the people and circulating Hoods Saraaparilla help very much among them Mrs M M MES3ixaisu Freehold lonn No material should be selected as the This and many other cures prove that primary money of lie people that is so limited in quantity as to be capable of being cornered by those who make it a business of selecting money as the properly in which they deal To do so plates civilization at the mercy of the money dealers In the discussion of UlIiaOnoTriiD lllxiil PnrlOer- - AUdnistMi Jt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Nervous - U f Â¬ Cured ll to Hoods Sarsaparsila I life where monoy is rnpilrcd The stump of the Unveriimeiit it In true in not what gives value to the metal but it is tho demand for the metal for uso as money as tho law win provided that gives to such metal Its value The law by making it money has made the de mand and it Is the demand t lint adds to its value Under tlio present law gold Iia3 the unlimited right of way as monoy and all the demand is oil gild nnd the bi metallic option has been taken away from silver Tlio mints nre open to the IlilungH of hII the gold that will come and the debtor bus no option by which ho can use gold or sllvir at his plemu e he is con 11 led to gold alonu Ths is mnnotuetallHm It puts all the demand on gild and takestho de mand from silver It bulls the prie of gold and hears the price of silver Un der bimetallism the demand shlftB at the will of the debtor Under this shilling demand the two metals for the three hundred years that we bavo for statistical history of prior to 1871 did not vary in commercial parity more than 3 per cent And during that time there were periods when the worldB production of silver was 2 to of gold of gold to 1 of and at other periods silver The supply of each however being limited the demaud maintained the commercial parity Since 1873 and for the twenty two yrsn that bavo elapsed tho worlds production of tlio two metals has been about dollat for dollar and yet tho demaud having lieon taken from Bilver by all the lead Â¬ ing governments of the world the com- Â¬ mercial parity between gold and sliver has been broken 50 per cent It is a common statement that sil- Â¬ ver is now legal tender to any amount This is not true The Eland Allison act of 1S78 that restored to silver Its legd tender quality had a proviso Except where otherwise provided in This gave the creditor the colli tact the option oh lo which monoy he would receivu when he could dictate tho terms in which n note or bond is payable in gold The act of 18711 demonetized silver for in and the act of 1878 drove a kmft through the coriise of bimetallism It authorized contracts that destroyed the vital principlo in bimetal- Â¬ lism It is a common statement that free coinage of silver will run gold out of circulation Bimetallism contemplates that from time to timo one or the other of the metals will be hard lo get and will gu out of circulation It is the right to use either metal and the fact that tho other metal Is accessible and may be used that constitutes the pria ci pal merit of biin tallism There is a calamity when one metal goes out of cliculatlon if it is the only motal the law has provided for use as primary money Hut there is no calamity on one of the metals going out of circula- Â¬ tion if tlio other metnl is accessible the mints open to its free coinage and the people have the option to use it Gold is now out of circulation There is no gold among the people It is cornered in the bank vaults It is leaving us to go to Europe to pay 250000000 annually ni interest on our gold debts authorizulby the act of 1878 Uuder the gold standard it is only a question of time when all our gold will leave in Wo produce about 10000000 a year of gold and are Bonding f oOOOO 000 a year to Europe as interest on debts of ours held by foreigners The gold being shipped back to us in borrowed gold that is increasing our gold debt to En rope and intensifying the sitution It means that in tho future moro gold must be annually shipped to Europe to pay our increasing gold interest It ineanB that we havo committed onrselves to an erroneous financial system and that the longer it lasts the greater our suf fering must be in the end Tlio gist of tho financial question is in this The men who deal in money are interest d in making the property thoy deal in more and more valuable This is a natural instinct in tho dialers of nuy property A cattleman of Kan Â¬ sas who owns 10000 head of cattle knows that he could make his 10000 bead of cattle worth considerably more to him if he could cause the sudden death of half of the ether rattle in the world The money dealer uudorstandd this principle and knowing that money is made by law he baa gone where tho law is made and caiwed the destruction of oue halfof the money of the world He is a dealer in money it is the prop- Â¬ erty he studies When he makes his money so valuable that it will buy more and more of your property and mint he Is the gainer When the farmers wheat exchanges for less and less mon Â¬ ey Ihe farmer grow relatively poorer than the in in who owns the money The unfortunate circumstances that adds additional gravity to the situation is that tho m muy dealer deals in a prop- Â¬ erty upon which all civilization is do pending It Is the blood of civilization in which lie deals and when he absorbs When he it ho strangles clylllntlon doplotca tho artorhs ofcoiumerco by hoarding about him this blool of civil xatiou society arts commerce civiliza- Â¬ tion itself Is effected Free coinage of silver will relievo tho strain on gold and break the grip ot he nioney lender whose 11 users are now mercilessly tightening around the throat of this government All Is at stake in the ttrmgle our families s W II Har- Â¬ cioly and llepublic IUoJ vey In N Y Journal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ is starved blood It shows itself in pale cheeks white lips weak The People Will See About It digestion no appetite exhaus- Â¬ CI Iliirm ItcpuMican Wo are opposed to the freo coinago of tion lack of nerve force soft Tho existing gold stand muscles silver and chief of all weak aid must be preserved muscles Your doctor calls it Anaemia He will tell you that Thinking for Themselves t Iouli PoM tMtth the weakening weather of sum- Â¬ The people this year will not follow mer often brings it on unscrupulous leaders with great names They are thinking for themselves Shirt sleeves will llguro inoie in this campaign than dress coats Poor Blood W D CAIN LUMBER W 1 COMPANY GAIN Manager LARGE STOCK OF LUMBER LATHS SHINGLES SASH DOORS BLINDS Henry Wattarsons Predictions tAllantu Cunititmiuii Colonel Wnttersons political predict ions are just as lurid thin year as ever and just about as likely to come true Â¬ Scotts Emulsion of Cod liver Oil iron and Steel BRICK And a general lino of Building Material Roofing4 Children Cry for Pitohtrs Castorla VriiurwloiUyliyt 7j niuL nOOUS PillS 7I howcllMim lloro promptly and fasUy egeoitcly ROYAL Baking Powder WghMtsPf all 1 leavening iceu Strenrtkv S Oov woawat Raport mti tnliucllon X BOWNE New York This year tho candidate Ills the plat Â¬ 5COTT for ale nt 50C nnd 100 by alt UruKgntfc He was born a Democrat and has form lived a Democratic life a life of purity lvlnley the Republican sound money and sincerity candidate for the presidency think o him His whole political com bo has Satan Will Get Em been a living lie He has been true to AiIjiiu Con titutlon nothing because lie has never had an The Democratic party is playing tho honest manly conviction on any great devil Goldbusj exchange question Ho is tlio highest type of tho And tho devil is going to get all the Arkansas statesman and candidate who gildhugs having ad tressed his fellow citizens and receiving no applause added lellow Curao On With Your Panic III MIR theinH my views but if they Album Com it in ion dont suit they kin he changed We cordially invite tho monoy power All Aro Business Men to start its threatened panic This would absolutely settle tho hash of the McKiu-ley- lllim3 hi vtli I We say to you that you have made too llanna trust It Is pretty well set tled now but a pa lie would prove to be limited in its application the definition of business man The man who Is em the finishing stroke ployed for wages is as much a business Murray Is the Man man as his employer Continued cheering Tlio attorney in a country town is IMeaile County Messenger Tlio Hon David It Murray made a stir as much a business man as the corporation ton Bel in a great metropolis The ring ppeech at Ekrou last Saturday Ills mcichant at a cross roads store Is as views wero enthusiastically received irul much a business man as the merchant of it was the comment all through tho New York Tho Farmer who goes forth crowd Mr Murray is tho man to repre- in the morning and toils nil day begins in the spring and toils all summer and sent us in the next Congress by the application of bruin and muscle to the natural resomces of this country Chickens Come Home To Roost creates wealth is as much a business llnleyh Newt nniObvrter man as the man who goes upon the The board of trade and bets upon tho price of Chickens como home to roost gold papers call all freo silver advocates grain The miners who go a thousand feet Since Ilerr Most tho big Â¬ anarchists gest anarchist of the crowd has declared Into the earth or climb 11000 feet upon for gold these journals are suggesting the el lis and bring forth from their hid ing places tho precious metals to be that argument is butter than abme poured in tho channels of trade are us How Is The Fisherman much business men as the few financial Arkarm Grjetlo magnatis who in a back room corner the Mr Herbert tlio secretary of the navy money of the world Wo come to speak for this broader is the first member of Mr Clevelands cabinet to anuounco that he will not sup- Â¬ class cf business men port Mr Bryan While it makes little dif Rank Financial Folly erence what ho does the people would New Yolk Iteconrr like to hear from Mr Herberts chief the Gold staiidaid champions of the most fisherman of liuzzirds Day ultra school admit that as tho country A Harmless Bugaboo grows in population uud business the IIuMjIo N Y Evening Timia volume of its currency must bo inci eased The cry of national distress it the Dem- or there will be trouble Hut within ocratic ticket is elected is a harmless the last two years the circulation of the bugaboo But the laborer the mechan- country has been diminished by 101 ic the artisan the professional man they 000000 To keep pace with the coun have not plenty of money They havo trys growth the circulation should in difficulty in securing money They are stead liovo been increased by 15000000 the oues who aro dissatisfied with exist Â¬ This menus if it is to be kept up a yearing conditions And aro they not the ly contraction of the money volume on oues who make up the great majority of which all business la done of about 100 000000 a year That will never do for a the American ptople Cleveland thinks it Is settled policy A Depressing Faot statesmanship no doubt Every intelliNew York WorlJ gent student of the scienco of money During tlio fiical year closing with knows it Is rank folly It would event- Â¬ Juno 30 oxports exceeded imports ot ually ruin all business merchandise by JIOLOOOOOO This is Points of Roeommendation gratifying to all who aro Interested in M tilde County McJIftiir the welfare of tho country but it must bo very depressing to orators who have Tho Hon David It Murray is a candi been preparing to mourn over tho calam date for Congress in tho Fourth Congressional District His card appears in this ity of an adverse trade balance Ipbuo He briefly defines his position to No Sealer In Platitudes the Democratic voters He is opposed Io Aptrrlet Herald to a fight within his own party He Bryan is fertile in reason and frank- Â¬ places tliosucciM of his party paramount His views and conclusions ness not evasion and ambiguity He is to Ids own have all been readied with a view to no dealeritiplatitudes ancient and meaningless what ho says ho means and harmony and tlio ultimate success of his what ho means can be understood by all party Mr Murrays yiows on the cur- Â¬ No boss ridden convention thrust him on rency ipiestion are too well known to be an unwilling party but without intrigue dt lined here Ills opinions aro in ac chicanery premeditation or oue d jllar of cord with the policy of the late conven- Â¬ corruption he was made tho uoinlueo of tion Mr Murray lias been a lifelong the greatest and grandest party the coun Â¬ Democrat and has ever stood as the em try turnover known lie fs the un Â¬ bodiment ot its priuciplis He has done pledged candidate of an iintrammeled valiant service for the rit iso nnd hns proved himself a good man In tho fight convention willing ready and always trustworthy ready to take any part and ho was sure Little Desire For a Third Tioket to perform that part well In our hon Niw York WorlJ The World prints to day highly inter Â¬ est opinion hes a man with greut prom esting dispatches from tho Chairmen of iso of usefulness and honor He hasca the Democratic County Committees in pact ty for valuable sonico to tho party this State on tho political sltuatloa and and the public He understands how to the feelings of Democratic voters in re Ipst present a political truth to reach- gird to the Chicago platform and ticket the popular mind which is a great fao Their report is quite general that the ulty Ho is a man of mind and soul knife of cleavage cuts both ways on the genial earnest persuasive firm iu do There la apparently derations but without tornn of denuncisilver question ation to those who honestly differ with vry llttlo desiro for a third ticket him Ho advocates arcordlng to his Judgment but wants It to be a fight for His Coarse a Living Lie principle anil not for men A contest a NtwOrleaniStat- All the world loves ami admires an struggle tor principle U lo be commend honest and courageous man All the od but not a warfare between contend- Â¬ Mr Murray expects stir world despises a hypocrite and a coward ing persons Jn Iged by this canon what must all the port but only oa deemed to the good ot men who know tlio record of Win Mc- - the party Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ with Hypo- phosphites will make poor blood Wulililgtnn 1W1 It is a food for over taxed Some of tho bolting newspapers will rich bo sorry when they see tho Hryau child and weak digestion so prepared reu sliding down the White House cellar that it can easily be taken in door summer when Cod liver Oil or The Candidate Fits tho Platform even ordinary foods might repel All Wont They 1 Prices Reasonable W D Estimates Furnished Solicited LUMBER CO CAIN Correspondence IRVINGTON KY As She Figured It Orlando she Faid I am afraid ynu are getting tired of having mo ask you for money Well you see ho nuswcied I havo stagnation throughout tho country which a good deul expense to meet just at has been the inevitable outcome of twenty-th- this time of year and it dots seem onco ree years of tlio gold policy a pol- Â¬ in awhile that women dont make enouuh allowances for that sott of thing icy not of laws hut of men a policy of Well she answered 1vo thought administration not made by the laws of a way that will fix it all very nicely but by dictation of great interests A What is policy wjiich has sacrificed the product Â¬ Whenever you go to the Inrber shop ive intercMlH of the county to those en and the hoy brushes you of you give gaged in proinotiig tlui lloaling of great him n dime dont you V OH debta leoplo talk about the silver the greenback ernro and all And when you are away from homo cisri soils of ema s Tho country is Buffering at n hotel and a hoy biingsyou ico water the natural results ot tho bond crae you give him a dime which litis run up to fAlOOOOuOliOO un yes der a financial policy whicli 1ms cut And a mixed drink coils l cenU down tlio earning power of the people Of course Well youve often said that women restricted their exchanges and reduced to z iro the net earnings of producers It hav no head for arithmetic but 1 am is out of these net earnings alone that going to convince you to the contrary good business can be made for our vast I am going to leern tomnko your favorite mixed drinks Thatll be 15 centso day railway system half that of tho world ami at tho bottom every dollar of debt Then Ill bring jou ico water in llm Thatll be 10 cents And created on railways and on every other mornii g inter ht in the country must bo paid out then Ill brush your clothes oil with n No net wliiak hioom ami thatll hu 10ceutn of net earnings if producers earnings mtaiis no pay Tho quicker more Theres 113 cents n day Ive tig the country drops the business of educa Uied it all out oil this little piece of pa ting itself on a theory Mint a continua- per Tnree hundred and sixty live days tion of the policy of further piling up in a year j Units titWS times IKi whicli 7 0 If you will give me that interest bearing debt on terms whteh re Â¬ makes strict our power to earn money to meet without my asking for it just na you do Interest nnd principal or that fastening the bell bojs and the bartender 1 can upon ourselves n policy that cripples our put it with my regular housekeeping al- Â¬ poneis of production and exchiingo is a lowance and uittiiitge to get along much Detroit Tree lress good tiling for existing securities the better quicker we will get 011 tho road to better times to conditions which improve the Electric Bitters incomes of 75000000 of people and then Electric Hitters is a medicine suited we can improve the Incomes of all their for any setson but perhaps moro gener- Â¬ institutions ally needed iu tho spring when the lan guid exhausted feeling prevails when the liver is torpid ami sluggish ami the They Are Bolters u ed of a tonic and alterative is felt A Howling O itn Tiro ci prompt use of this medicine has often 1 t no man who makes up his mind averted long and perhaps fatal bilious Xo medicine will act more sure- Â¬ to follow in the wako of the Courier fevers Journal bo deceived into believing that ly in counteracting and freeing tho sys he Is not a bolter All over the country tem from the malarial polsen Head the Democratic masses met in conven- Â¬ ache indigestion constipation dizziness Only fifty tions in whicli both gold and silver men yield to Electric Bitters participated When the verdict was ren cents per bottle at Short Hayiics drug dered and the icsult cast up it was found storo that tin great majority of the Democrat ic party favored the freo ami unlimited Steamboat Agents coinage of silver and their representa Wharfmasters KENTUCKY tives were so instructed CL0VERP0RT Iocal A cent It is too late after tho gold men hae done nil in their powtr to change that Homestead Fertilizer Company and verdict for them to say that they took Standard Oil Company no part in the nomlnatii of a candidate llcalcra In Up to the timo of the bal- Â¬ Doors Sash Hllnds Yellow Pine Floor at Chicago loting the Eastern delegates weio eager lug and Ceiling Weather Hoarding to vote on every proposition and took Shingles Salt Lime Cement part in eyery step of the convention Plastering Laths Plaster rinding that they were unable to reveise Hair Plow Handles the will of the people as impressed in llricks Etc their tenta and refused to participate in Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Uy every rule of party a nomination Building Material discipline every Democrat is bound to support tho ticket and every man who severs his connection with ills parly now can no longer claim to be a Democrat The Chicago Convention lias written the party law and thosa who repudiate it are bolters and can 110 longer claim to bo Reaping Results of the Gold Policy 1 1 urt Hn in hi Ni w Wall street Is gelling down to business and beginning to feel the result of the he Ww if Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GREGORY Â¬ t CO GRDVL5 Democrats Among Hit Friends Atlanta CixulitMliil Ilerr Miit tho apistlo of anarchy in this country lias taken bis stand with the gold party A Chance to Make Honey have berries grapes and peaches a year old fresh as when picked I UB8 tne California Cold process do not lieut or seal tho fruit just put It npcold Keeps perfectly fresh and costs almost nothing Last can put up a bushel ill ten minutes week I 8 lid directions to over 120 fam ilies anyone will pay a dollar for direct- Â¬ ions when they seo the boautilul Bain pies of fruit As there are mituy people poor like myself I consider it my duty to give my experience lo such and feel confident any one cau make one or two hundred dollars round home in a few days I will mall saniplo of fruit and complete directions to any ot your read era for eighteen two cent stamps whicli Is only tho actual cost of the samples jioUg cto to mo FuANCis Oaskv KU Louis Mo I CHILL TONIC WARRANTED IS JUST ASCOOD FOR ADULTS m nig TASTELESS 1 i - PRICE 50 cS PnrU lleJtdno Co HI Louis Mo ot Jvntltmiom Wo wU lal roar Hu bottt OHUVlStl TAST1SIKHS CI I II J TON 10 and lwfu liouuht llireo uruu alreiulgr IliU row la all vvrux- ut II yuan Iu tho a rug biikluroa liato audi uolnwa aulla- Tr auM nil artlcla thai ouralrvlr tasUou a luilt VulC f l bt AiuavUwiAC9 iMseBiliSsBslHsBsB THR BRRGKRNRIDGE NHWS GLxOVEJRFORT KY BRECKENRIDGE ir NEWS Prcpilttri 1R00 0 V Q BitUg Editors sua 21 WEDNESDAY JULY Sibierlptlon Vtloe CI UU a leir la Adsiot ll Paid at thf tic J ef tin Tut 1125 count alt thoVnme and well swear that L we wasnt looking for it The number of Republicans who express IheniMtlvcs ns going to support Bryan is actually sur- Â¬ taiMD net prising M W TIME DOIllO TABU m m fiinr Dslly irr Writ IUr4iDsbnr11i2X IIIIISO KitT Dully arr liar lluiburj 731 SIX PAGES nop iirtr Ilup litllct KiUIuk1lop awny j Youll cntch n fish - IlumirJi Hay Youll oitchn fish In With ngnl den Imok Hut he wont le semil Ity the nlilli limisr Voiill catili a fith 1 ink lp Whrn yptir hilr -- It KrJ5 little Roldtiui Mop Aw iy I Atinn Ctmtlllutrvi 1 Wk aro sorry the Hon IJaUl Is no 16ugcr a Democrat HiMKTtiLisM Hill Democracy lina been n principle of for more than a hundred years nib bo hot up In Alt ado county lhat they tire Iwtling eggs in tho ponds to save BtOYO WO0l Tiikiik nro four or llvo good to nee Bt in StehtnHKrt Unit we nro itftful sorry muling oil Ie inocrnts Tiik Idea of ludvudl Alexander Fojte a life long Democrat voting for McKin lcy It is too bad Ir the silver ngitation has dono noth Â¬ ing moro It lias prevented a bond issue at least until after the Nocmber elect- Â¬ ion Skmciiai sound money Democrats in tills county liavo already expressed their intention of supporting the Chicago tit ket Mil A Heron Supt of the Urecken ridgu Company has tho thanks of many Clovcrporters for courtesies extended on his road Tiimsh is no man in this town who has more friend than Grant Crcgory and they are all in sympathy with liim In his ireut nllliction A oir of tho voters 1 at tho Stephens port picnic last Saturday stood Uryan HI McKinley 15 Sound money Demo Â¬ crat 7 Doubtful 11 IitiiT Cunniugham nays ho is u full Hedged candidate for jailer of this county And Scott Cart rays lie is right after him with whip and spur Siu in Waggoner the Populist Evan gelist is strong for Uryan Wo knew Smith would get into the Democratic fold All lie wanted was a litllu time Â¬ Â¬ Tin report comes from Frankfort that Uovernor Dradby thinks lie will call an extra session of tho Legislature and take steps to abolish tho Eddyvillo penitentiary A tiiikii ticket in tho fleldculllng itself Democratic would meetwitli insult from the best element In tho Democratic party to day and would not bo countenanced from uuy quarter Â¬ Â¬ You neednt mention it but tho Ro publlcans aro the worst scared set of fellow b you ever saw They aro trying to keep a stilT upper lip but its quiver gHes them away Tin way to keep cool this weather is to quit drinking whisky looking at tho thermometer and running after tho ico wagon especially when the latter has a runawny mule hitched to it The Populista at St Louis last week nominated W J Bryan for President nnd Thomas E Watson of Georgia for Vice President Tho National Silver Party nominated Uryan nnd Sewnll Wunro satisfied that if this sweltering weather continues thero wont be a gold bug left to toll tho story by November The way they are Hopping their wings mid crying for Uryan ami the shade is amusing Colonki Sam Sulzer is one of the most hopeful Republicans we have met since the Chicago Convention No says In Â¬ diana will give McKinley 50000 major-Â¬ ity Wo dont bolievo one word of it Colonel HARDINSBURG Tup Roldbug jiapeit In the Democratic paity today make up their stoik in trade principally by heaping abuse upon thoee Politics Is Warming up Sam Marshall whodiller with them on the money Is at Home on a Visit Institute question The good iwople in the counNotes try too who have a right to do thclrown thinking on the question nro letting such Eldied Pate has n new bicycle papers drop as their subscriptions ex- Â¬ pire Leo Meyer wont to Loutsvlllo Satur Â¬ day Tiik Democratic bolters at Chlrngo Mifs Magglo Smith is visiting at Gar havo decided to call nnotber convention illd in the near future lliuy Fay to put up a Bato Herudon Irvlnglon was heto candidate for President Ho will not be hist Filday a Democrat because no ono has be auMiss Miigido Drodie la visiting Miss thority to mil a convention now to nom inate a candidate for President as n Alico Baker MIisElizi Hook Gaifleld is visiting Democrat that work having already been douo and accomplished at Chicago Miss Tula Hook Miss Irene Board is visiting Miss Essie Umniut Cleveland went into the Board at Custer White House four years ago on a platMiss Eva Cashuinti Union Slar is vis- Â¬ form which on behalf of a majority of iting Mrs Cunningham the people of this country pledged num Â¬ Percy Taylor of Rusaellvllle Ky was erous reforms which they never got and here a few days last week which wero never attempted So it is Marlon Pumphrey West View lias the Chicago ticket will win because it is led by a man who lias fearlessly fought purchased a 10 00 bicjclo for the peoples right nnd who has al Â¬ Johnnie Kincheloe will teach tho ways been too bravo to be led around by Inion Star school this fall the money kings Take the Nuns if jou want to keep pouted on the silver movement 1 belicio I am an intense silver man Miss Flora Smith has been visiting in 1 in he principle thoroughly am not the country for the last thiee weeks second to my leader in my advocacy of Miss Mary Snyder has just returned free silver 1 have had heartfelt con victions on tho subject for a long time from a visit to Miss Lula Snyder Custer Miss Lucy May gave a social parly to It is the relief that the people demand and tho Democratic party Is tho party to n number of young friends last Friday give it to llicm Tho Democratic party night is the party of the many and not of tho Mrs McGulllu of Constantino is here few Arthur Sewall Democratic nomithis week visiting her sou Robert Mc G u 111 a nee for Vice President The Cloverport kid nine came Every person big littlo old or young out here last Sulur lay and gut badly black or white rich or poor who has donu up overused Dr Bells pro- Profs Boberts mid Kerriek arrived nounco it the best cough and lung rem hero Monday to work up interest in tho edy on earth Its true too so all deal B N 0 era guarantee it The Chinese Missionary will lecturo at tho Methodist church South MASHVILLECHATTANOOGA ST night LOUIS RY MeriS Bessie Siijder and Annie West are visiting Miss Mary Snyder at Phillip Thr Great Throuuh Car Route Via Durhams Lookout Mountain A M Inlliuiii was hero this week He is traveling for nn accident Life In- Â¬ The equipment and service of this line surance Compay is equal to auy iu tho country nnd carI E McClurs Lvdtclifield was hiro ries the traveler through the most pic Â¬ Monday He was trying to ruvive the turesque portion of the South More Hardinsburg Leader than fifty famous battlefields and five Owen Cunningham Judge Ahl nnd National cemeteries are located on and Jesse Whitworth attended tho Stephens near this great railway system between port picnic Saturday Hickman Ivy Nashville Tenn and AtSam Marshall who has been in Illi- Â¬ lanta Ga Take this route to Chattanooga for the farroua Ohickamauga and nois for some time is at home on a visit He expects to return in a few weeks Chattanooga National Park Reports from tho interior of tho coun- Â¬ The Dixie riyerThrough Sleeping Cars are run between Nashville and Jackson- Â¬ ty nre that a good deal of wheat bns been ville Fla the year round via Chatta- Â¬ damaged by being left in the shock nooga Lookout Mountain Atlanta Ma Owen Cunningham has been elected con etc Solid trains carrying through a delegate to the State Sunday School sleepers between Cincinnti Louisville Convention from tho M E ehurch and Atlanta and through sleeping cars South between St Louis and Atlanta to be Matthias Miller and Mrs Dr Milton extendetl to run between St Louis and Board went to Owensboro last week to Jacksonville lla during the winter seu Mr Monarchs littlo childwhich was tourist season dangerously ill For luf irmatlou with reference to the Misses Uttbecca Owlngs and Susie resources climate soil water powertim Elder who have been attending school her location for manufactories and for here several months returned to their colonies or homes for thrifty settlers homo at Woolf Creek lost Sunday write J B Killebrew Immigration V B Burton was in town a few days Agent Nashville Tenn For information as to ratts through last week It was his flret appearance car service etc writo It C Cowaudin here since his trip to tho St Louis Re- Â¬ Mr Burton is Western Pass Agent Itailwny Exchange publican Convention BuildlngSt LouisMo BiiiAnn F Him enthusiastic for his ticket and doubtless Northern Pass Agent 328 Marquetto will be heard from on tho stump be Building Chicago III D J Mulunkv tween now and the election Tho apostles of free silver and sound Eastern Pass Agent 5 W Fourth St Cincinnati O J II Latimek South- money are to be seen and heard on aleastern Pass Agent Atlanta Ga J L most every corner of the town This Edmondsov Southern Pass Agent Chat- Â¬ place is head quarters for the politicians too It will not be long until you can tanooga Tenn be able to tell how every district In the W L Danlkv G P T A Nashville Tenn county will stand on the financial ques- Â¬ tion here so Interested are the boys The following suits bavo been filed in Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic is a Circuit Court sinco last May Brecken perfect liver regulator anti malarial and ridge county vs J S DeJcrnetto Co blood purifier Uemoves biliousness without purging Cures chills and Chintz Royalty vs Beard A Beeler Boone Embroy vs Julia Embrey Rebec Â¬ makes the complexion good Guaran Â¬ ca Miller vs Win Robertson Sarah 0 teed by all dealers Stulta vs Frank StuUs J B Gibson vs lieu Lay and Bon F Payne and Edward GARRETT S Davis vs Amanda Davis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ day A majority of the teachers seemed to thitik that it would he enforced Prof Ixgan of Cloverport krpt Urn institute well in hand the entire week nn conductor and prcbidlng olllcer H Is very thorough in bis woik on educa tion and the city of tlowrpoit may well feel proud Hint they nro to have hid set vices another year in their college How to fecure a country si hool was a subject assigned to Prof Co lit He handled it well One thing he above nil others he siid that was underbidding for the country school Ho mltl ho hoped nouo of the teachers of this county would bo guilty of under- Â¬ bidding There were some eight or ton Lltemry Journals represented at the Institute several of which wero subscribed for by the teachers The Nmn came in for its share We promised to treat them right during the coming year and publish anything that was of interest to thn teaehcis of tho county One of tho most prominent teachers before tho institute nnd ono whom all the teachers seemed to admire wai Prof Coyle of Loilchlleld Prof Coylo recites well talks well and sings well He is a hall fellow well met Ho is heartily Interested in the Biibject of education and is posted on auy subject His addrcts to tho institute Wednesday night was listened to with a grent deal of in tercet Superintendent Drlskell lias appointed tho following as Vice Presidents ol the Teachers Association in the lounty Cloverport district Prof J II B Iogati Associotionto bo held on Ilitli of Sept at Clos erport Hardinsburg district ME Avltt j Stephensport district 0 F Cashman j Webster district S George Hook Custor district No 5 J II II os kluson district No 0 Joel IK Pile Glendeanc Â¬ Â¬ Fits TM W aH rrekc Cure ff KtHrtt who inecinity ot KDlkDSY tiai without doubt trenlod end cur ed more catr than any living rhyttclxn M4 Mcctiw It MtcniiililnK We hare heard of cases o to yean standing cureu oy him llo ltlIMlMt UAJtimKit nie Another Cut IN ALL vnlunblo work on this ills iiiiniierdood AND ALL tawllats Oxfords eae ho Konds which tlo of his abnolute cure free lo nny aulTrrer who may end their 1 O and Kxniii mlilrcss we alvXo anv nne wlslilntf ncitro lraillrc trirfW B rSEKE F D 4 Cedar St Hew Tork with bnt-a Irfrirfl BRANDENBURG Sweeney Makes a Speech -- Big Colored Picnic Sandy Hill Entertainment Other Interesting Notes Miss Mettle Clarknon has returned to liig Spring Miss AnnloNevitt visited Mrs It ll Nnitt last week lira Martin preached last Sunday morning aud night Miss Nelle Radley Is iu Otvonsboro to see Miss Marion Jolly Mies IIda Hayncs is with Mr and Mrs Will ltrown of Ekron Miss Ada Brown Is in Cocrport to visit her brother Gin Drown Miss Jennie Ilaldwln of Louisville is the guest of Miss leggy Ditto Mr and Mrs P G Young havo joint d Mrs II A Young here for a visit Missis uia Mallii and Ikhsiu lewin havo returned from Vine Grove Mlsslearle Wimp and her mother have gone to Rig Spring for a short visit We will make up a hay rido this week and go out to hear I3ro Leu at Cedar Grove Mrs Davis nee Hendricks of Mis- Â¬ souri is a guest of Miss Eleanor It llen drick Misses Blanche Jolly and Liia Drury Rowleyville are guests of Mrs John Frnkes Mr and Mrs James Crawford New Albany are spending tho summer at Mrs Lon Moremens Bro Cundiu commenced services lust Saturday at Cedar Grove Sister Cun diirnnd George will visit Vine Gioe for some time Miss Mary LeiWs returned from Irv ington Sunday accompanied by Miss Hatle Herndon who will visit Miss Mabel Shacklett while here Tne Brandenburg baud will tdve another suppet Aug 7 Tho proceeds from the last bought Wilbur Saudeip their leader a new horn Tho colored population had a big picnic last Saturday followed up by services at church on Sunday Variety is certainly a spice with them Misses Agnes Malin and Fearle Ditto have returned from n visit to Leaven- Â¬ worth Ind Miss Agnes Worland re- Â¬ mained to visit Mrs Isabelle Barnett The weather is worse than torrid Its most torridest and Id rather any time dwell on Greenlands ley mountains than on Indias coral beach for ones disposi Â¬ tion would be forever ruined The Ohio is raging quite an unusual occurrence for this season Tho boating stago will bo good for some time to come and that brings to mind that on last Sun- Â¬ day Mrs Chas Moremen took a small party on the Buckeye State to meet tho Tarascon and return Charlie Moremen is clerk on the Buckeye George Worland went to LouiBville last Suuday to see the game of base ball and reports it a fine ono The Colonels poor fellos were victorious which calls to my mind how they wiped up the earth with the Bostonlans in the spring of 02 and on their own ground in the cultured city The Kentucky boys will jump up yet in the list Mr and Mrs Will Brown of Ekron gave a very brilliant lawn fete last Fri Â¬ day night A platform was erected in the yard Bodenstadt furnished the music which goes without saying that it was entrancing Mr and Mrs Brown entertain most delightfully always and this occasion was no exception A num- Â¬ ber of our young people went out I note the comment from that facile pen of lroston and appreciate It from such an authoritative source We yield no superiority to the lords but Ill do dare the Sun Flower State and her sister could find more lucrative employment for their women than speaking before boisterous rampant crowds composed of all classes I detest usurpation whilo I dont want demonetization 10 to 1 is even better The Hon Win Sweeney held forth at the Court house last Saturday night to a small audience of both sexes He is a good talker and fairly and concisely sets forth his opinions In that inevitable nut Â¬ shell way Ho endorses the Chicago platform says It Is purely Democratic espouses the nominee warmly scored the Lociavillo press and told the people what he woutd do for them If elected to Congress I am for the gentleman secondly The Hon D It comes first except you know that Issuo Im Dem ocratlo enough to abldo by majority Our party of eight took suppor with MrsNancy Ashcraft last Thursday oven lng and from thero drovo out to tho concert at the Sandy Hill church Mrs Ashcraft and her daughter Mrs Geo Richardson Jr entertained us most agreeably and that excellent supper did much towards fitting us for the entertain ment Owen Meredith knew human naturo when he wrote those lines about a good meal The ride out was delight- Â¬ ful and still more eo returning Iuua never stied her soft beams moro softly or more divinely But the Concert I It was given by the Liteiary Club of Sandy Hill and was a great success In every particular Slippers aiidle our great run of TIicho goods must bo sold to make room beforo wo can plnco our Full Stock nnd wo will mnko priccH that will move them Come on willi your Silver Dollar If invested in i E3 cu jE2 wr tS L Zun you will think tho dawn of tho coming GOOD TIMES is already hero REMEMBER wo aro headquarters for all kinds of Be you Democrat Republican nr Populist IFZESTTXT CRUSTS ADDISON LUMBER I LUMBER DICK Addison Ky LUMBER Parties anticipating Building will do well to get our prices before purchasing Write us for information B H BATES TAR FORK KY SON Hows This cured We bjr I Wo oder One Hundred Dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be F Halls Catarrh Cure J CHENNEY CO Tolido O the undersigned have known F J Cheiiuey for the last fifteen years nnd believe him poifectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations miuhi by their firm WmTit TiuiAX Wholesale Druggist Toledo 0 Wmhino K inn an A Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mu- Â¬ cous surfaces of tho system TestimoÂ¬ nials sent free Price 75c per bottle Â¬ Â¬ I lllf1 iHuHKMjnMnani WM Ml Hi IU sm uiIhimII Ill MilsVi Sold by nil Druggists EKRON Mrs Lancaster Is Gone to Missouri Eight Car Loads of Apples Shipped Gucdrys Cooper Shop GLENDEANE The Holiness Meeting at Falls of Rough Back From Tar Springs Rev Rut ledge and Family Visiting 1 wheat Saturday for shipment Mrs W It Moorman and family re Â¬ turned Friday from Tar Springs Katie wis down on tho branch Friday Mrs J Shaoklett Jr Is quiet sick at this timo lrof D S Roberts wont to Hardinc Mrs Somera Sick and MrsFloby Are Mrs MoCarly Has Gone Home Quite TKACHEIls INSTITUTE NOTES Tin Hon Vlciflmus Bastorfleld Bur Â¬ ton and Judgo Virgil Gilbert Uabbage opened up tho campaign In a joint de Â¬ bate out at West View last Saturday They do say that tho Katio Dids Jiavo ceased to sing in thnt neighborhood since Some people aro ceneuring Dave MurÂ¬ ray because be dont get out and make a scramble for the nomination Wo think ho is showing his good sonso by staying at homo Who can blnino a man for not running after nn olllce In thU kind of weather Tiik steamer H F Frlsblo is coming up tho river with a Cuban Hag bating from her ilagstaQ It is tho first ever seen on tho Ohio and is attracting much attention and being received enthusi- Â¬ astically by tho people on both sides of the river Capt Frank Iarnslys motto is Liberty First Last and all the time ySt Tiikiik aro a number of Republicans who will swear that tho News didnt xnako a fair count of the poll given at P T Noel of Braudcnburg was here Friday It E Ensor of Ekron was hero Wed nesday Tom Hamilton of Brandenburg was here Wednesday Misses Eva Buckler and Dora Funk went to Garuettsvllle Monday Mr Berry and wife of Flaharty spent Sunday with J G Itoby and wife Mis Buckler spent Thursday evening with Mrs Somers who is quit sick Miss Dora Funk went to Louisville Friday to visit her uncle Mr Charlie Pattnu J 0 Crutcher wont to West Point Thursday to visit his brother Dr Will Crutcher J T Collins and wife of Flaharty wero the guests of W W Miles anil family Sunday Mrs JG Itoby IsrUht Bick at this writing but wo hope will be up In a short time Mrs McCarty of Vino Grove returned homo Friday after a visit to J 0 Ciutcher aud sletors Â¬ Â¬ the Stephensport picnic Children Cry PItchtrs Castorla The eagle tho klug of all birds is But it is a true noted for its keon eight clear and distinct So are those persons who use vision Sutherlands Eale Eye Salvo for weak for eyes styes of any kind or granulated lids Sold by all dealers Teaching penmanship is a thing that has been too much neglected In tho public schools The Uardlnsbure Public School will be couducted this year by Prof K Har mon ana Mr M E Avltt Prof J 0 Pirtlo of Buffalo Kv de livered an interesting address to the teachers on Wednesday night Miss Nellie Simons of Clovernort read an Interesting paper on the subject ot ilie Importance of Attention Prof Robert of Meade count v and Prof Korrick of McLean county have been employed to teach in the B N 0 Hardinsburg Herbert Beard exhibited some valua- Â¬ ble Ideas on the Importance of The Study of History in an essay prepared by him Thursday Wallace Gray Meade county camo to the front Wednesday morning with nn original poem entitled A Pen Picture It brought down the house JTL Coylo LsitchOeld It II Spur Wo Offer You a Remedy WlilcU Insures lor Short Creek j II 0 Truman Fonls SAFETY to L1FU o Uoth Motbcc ana Child ville j 8 0 Stephons Beaverdam wero among the visiting teachers Dr Milton Board lectured to the In etltuto Friday on Temperraont The HOBS C0XFI3EKKNT OF ITS MIX subject was well handled and called I10HBOK AM DAMIEi forth many hearty responses Makes CHILD BIRTH Easy The Compulsory Educational Law Kuitorneil noil rcemnuienileil by yhyil mill tlioto mtIioIiuto uU brought forth a llvoly discussion on Tues- - cluiit mltlivltoi ubtltute aud Imitation It of burg Thursday II 1 Brown shipped the first load of wheat Tuesday I R Murray Is the right man for our ntxt Congressman P C Rieherdson went to Iusvillo Tuesday on business Ekron had a large crowd at the picnic on the 18th as usual II D Brown and P 0 Bichardson went to Louisville Tuesday Thero has been eight car loads of early apples shipped from this station Dr Warfiold and W JShacklettspent part of last week at Hardinsburg Miss Fiorance Rose of Big Spring was the guest of Miss Rena Shacklett last week Miss Ruth Roberts spent Sunday and Monday with Misses Ada ane Nellie Roberts Thero was a good crowd in attendenco at tho Sunday school convention at Salem tho 22nd Miss Annie Reich of Louisville Ky is visiting Misses Ada and Nellie Roberts this week Mrs W B Lancaster of Flaherty left Tuesday for St Charles Mo to visit her sister R A Ensor and C A Montgomery went to the city Monday with three car-Â¬ loads of stock Miss D S Honry who has been visiting her father and mother went to Irv- Â¬ ington Thursday Ship your apples too Herndon Carter Co they will secure you tho best prices Seo their ad in this paper Mrs Tom Roberts brought to this ofllico a tomno that weighed 31b and Ooz Who can beat that Capt Guedry has just recolved two car loads of material and will work five or six men in his cooper shop now If you intend to build or will need lumber call on me at depot I can mako you prices as low as any one 55 T Cox Miss Alice Rose who has beon teach- Â¬ ing music hero for several months re- Â¬ turned to her home at Elirabethtown Monday Â¬ making the railroad men happy Mrs Ddwees was called to the bed sldo of a sick siter last Thursday Hurrah for Bryan and free silver Judge Iulliam was In our midst Wed Â¬ Dr Dempster is still on the sick list nesday talking insurance to tho boys Roy Mattingly was here this week Milt Mathenysajs he would disgrace Miss Etta Green has returned from his old father by voting for McKinloy Tar Springs DlckOvien says he dont have to bo Silvor and gold caps shlno In every lagged to tell nhat he is Hurrah for direction here We will have a voting placo at Glen- Â¬ llryun Mrs I Moorman has improved won- Â¬ deanc this year derfully since she has been at Tar Born to tho wife of Jesse A Moorman Springs a fcirl last week Miss Mary Moorman and Monna Hun- Â¬ MIbj Hallie Moorman returned from ter will visit Mrs L T Meyers the last the Springs Sunday of this week Jlmnile Kincheloo was tho guest of Three car lends of people went to the Miss Jakie Owen Sunday Falls of Rough Sunday to hear tho lady Louis Ashley went to the Falls Sun preach r preach day to attend the meeting Brother Rutledge and family accom- Â¬ There is a powerful holiness meeting panied by Mrs Rutledges sister is visit- in progress at Falls of Rough lng in our midst W 0 Moorman sold four dozen cam Tio picnic at the Sand Nob Saturday paign caps Saturday evening was not a success The propritors it is Misses Fannio and Nannie Green have reported lost money been attending the iustitute Mr and Mrs T L Curtis have return- Â¬ Wade Tyle of Buras was tho guest of ed from Kansas City Mo Mrs Curtis Miss Monna Hunter Sunday is greatly improved in health D 0 Moorman loaded a car with The trustees are having a new foundation put under our school house P 11 QUARTERLY REPORT Hoskins and I F Goodman has tin OF THE contract Â¬ i P Breckinridge Bank if Jumf CLOVERPORT KY At lliu clow ol Iniiineu on tho 301I1 diy KICSOUKCKS QUARTERLY 18 REPORT OP TUB I oJm anj Dikouuii loam id officers Oveidralti uiuecurtd Due from National Ilanl Due from State llanli anil llanlers IUnUni Home and Lot Stocki and Uondj SPecio r i loum lo Bank of Hardinsburgl J5 85 718 iS iiJHM 307149 HARDINSBURG KY At thoclowofbuiincson the 30th day of Juj 1806 437 63 35ooa5 3ccobo 58l 4 RESOURCES Loan and Diidounts let loan to Directors Loan lo Directors officer not included Wil Cwtuicy Furniture and Fixtures Other Aiuii 60348 7w 431 3j I li3Sj Irotctt Acci XKUt in Suit 3 HI 16 Cir ital block tuld MAIIIUriKS In Inrnl JW - Overdrafts unsecured Dub fro National Hanks Hanking House and Lot OlhcrRual Estate Stocks and Honds Currency furniture and Iixtuies Sunlu Iund Undivided lrufitt Hue Uepoiitort ai follow vUt lo check on which intcreitlinnt a Time certificates of on wtikh 3 per cent inter ftT00 Deuojlu uljt ilctt ni h Upala 1 YOUNG Unpaid Dividend decUrcd thit djy wtuw IhlUtMUetT lund to pay taut STATU OF KUN 1 77 4Urt4 8- - 00 4 73 ft lllf OL I iiaiiiliin1 Capital Stock paid In In cash 2ii Undivided Profits Due Depositors as followsi Deposits subject to check on Vthklll iiltnt U nnf rfit11 Aa X is Time ccrtlficaf cs of Deiosit ton wnicn 3 per cent Intertill is P id 61077 OJ Dills re discounted Other IUhllltl Funds to Pay Tans J WIVES ULKV W uuiinei in 34 County ofUrecllntidSe j A II Sklllirt1n A it reckini a Hank locate ami w STATE Ol-- KIEN1UCKY I I r atl Cloverport ky in aid county Yi that the funo k r lattment ol th mniH ii ii Hank tlio envoi beue duly worn t theclonofbuilnesionthejoth 0 lh b iireipecuairue iu unk at of June tSnrV Rank Oi 11 burg a Hank located und dofe business M or UardlnsburR- - In said county osing says that the foregoing Report I lu all ir lllu nf itni J llrtIllnrlii r nmlltkMl Ol ll File mi nl Id 111 MOTHERS FRIEND of hU wytrutthWneofwid Uutt SUtedeilirnit uay on 7 knowe and wi Hank ha above rrportUmad mcU nolle received hkh luch tepor J W nvl Uia U I thow Royal Baking Powder superior to all others Govt Reports mull on rncolpl of price Bmk 10 MOTIIKI coiiUluliiil tolunUr toMhuOBUI aiulUU fi BKADFIE1D EXOULATOK CO AtUBtaOs SOLD BV U UKUflSlT llouru fiit T jrrM or Dlou par battle Prof I S ItoburU went to Hardins Â¬ burg Moniky to take charge of tho school at that nlaeelia having tuun ah ployed to tech there j ISA ai the u7 J hall b wide Bkllman Cihlr It Bowmer Skllioun la om jr Uentran the rlru nnlnMa m ihd toth day Oi nd belief lOlhebestofhisknoivlelge says that the business of saW P acted it the location named and nol and that Ihe above report is mu v witn an oilicial notice fem State designating the Ihe day on whlih - Wfem 1aufj I IT man Ihe y 1 jd day of July itoo oroniulon tupirei January iStti i88 HCMuhayN PHC the rkti sUv SutaiUJ Will Ulll r MeerU Xskr ua4 sworn uj twforii finsru it p Beard as at M KS8KILIMANCI Jiy fr Hoard D THE BRRGKRNR1DGR inocricylsnaiiiittctt v lmvo votd tinio White It Rijn wouli n o tolmve Mme and tlmu arnlu In ftingress fitrothrr ratios onowho follows mo tehwhit this platform than 10 to mid ct joii nro proMliig to mentis upon thu subject of tho Iikuo of lui WEDNESDAY JULYaulsOfl nomltiato silver men Uhhi a platform that jier money hereafter W PT I nm not violating 1 hint the turrets limits and nmtrlcls them to one single rutin of tlioromitilrtti room when 1 iy tlmt It With all dun wnnuvovvedtliit this foveriini lit might I think It Is an tin wKiifiirp I Pilnk It an uiiniiinry slop dcslro to puisne tlmt emirK1 and this in OF I think It will return to pliguo us 1m nttempt nt thlrt lute day to iiiiniiilt the and till futntv Democratic mrty to the siilildil policy of 1 think wo havo too inanvclnso business tho Issuing of ivii r iiiotiey Von say ton wanted n clear ami distinct with tho other great nations f nlitlons j 1 on Imvo not got It upon that tin world for us to Ignore tin lr attitude pliitfoim It uiuiiot Ihj ill feinhxl siwvcss our proposed platforiii snjs that tlm ol question ley of His Speech the Chicago pollry gold monometallism Id a Diltlsh fully Another Hiiggostlon penult mo to mulo Oolil Not Knulrtiuli 1olity Almin What was tlio neeesslt for lilting Into Convention Mr Prosldint they forgit to ti It thn tho platform other qtijtlons which have peoiloof this country 1lat It Is a 1rpiii li never liccn made tho tests of Dcimx lathi JMilicy also tliey forgi t tn tell tho KiipIo loialty heretoforel Why wu find tho ills of M1STAKES IN THE PLATFORM alsothis country that It Is a Oriniu pulky puled question of tho pollrv at d constituthey fall to remind j im tlmt It Is a tionality of an Inrnmo tax Whatl 11ns It SimnUh policy nlso they fall to tell you come to this that tho followers of Samuel that It Is tho policy of thowhnlo ntiuilicr T T ilden who during nil his life was the A Question of Business Not of of governments represented In what was opiHjncnt of that Iniquitous schemo which called tho Latin union Therefore I think was used against him iu his old ago to an Courage noy him and harass hi m and humiliate him it looks a llttlo just a trlllo llkn denia why I say should It bo left tu this congopy to suggest that this is tho policy of n single nation alono vention to muUonsn tenet of Demorratlu Mr Prcslilcnt I iv grot also to seo thai jour platform confaith lellcf In tlio propriety nrd rotistltu In His Denunciation of the Silvur- - tains nut a slnglo tlnnallty of an Inroiuo tax Why was it word In favor of International bimetallism not licccssnilly In wlso to nsall tho Riiprcmo com t of jour itos Ho Tells Thorn They Plot consistent with this platform ami thero is countrjl no declaration whatovcr that it Is tho polTits Attack n a tlio Supreme Court For Defeat A Defenso icy of this government to attempt to bring Will somo one tell mo what that clauso it nliout Tho minority platform declares mcins In this platform If jou meant expressly that It is tho policy of this gov what on said and said what you meant ernment to ninko steady efforts to bring will somo one explain that provision this about It would be safer to do it It That provision It it means mi thing Of tlio Administration Ploa For would bo wiser to do It Wo run no risk means tlmt It Is tho duty of congress to liHin tho great question of the finances of rcionsrtiK t tho supremo court of the conn International Bimetallism this republic I do not Intend lu tho brief try It means and It was openly avowed tlmo allotted to mo to enter Into nny elab It means tho adding of additional mem orate argument upon this question bers to It or tho turning out of olllco mid What lr tho Kipfrlnent FaltnT reconstructing tho whole court I sold I I nssumo tlmt this convention desires ns will not follow any such revolutionary Mr Clitili miiti mid Ucitlimcn of llio Con tho jieoplo of this country desire thnt ev- Â¬ step us that When over before In tho hisvention I do nut Know tlmt It U iipccsnry that I ery silver dollar coined shall bo tho equul tory of this country has devotion to an In como tax been mado thu of Dcmocrntlo coined M lioiilil reply to tlio elliluiiilslixl wimtor of Ievery other dollar this platform in favor loyaltj Never Huvojtest not undertak on from South Uirollnii TlUmnn Ami I of find no words in J tho maintenance of tho parity of tho en enough my good friends now w Itliout f trust tlmt lu any reply nmy imiko 1 shall two metals I find no suggestion of what seeking to put iu this platform these un mit fall touceord to him my profound re necessary foolish and ridiculous things Is to bo done In caso tho experiment falls spect would say nt tlio nutt I am n Damn- onti ihii i inn hoc u ruvoiiiuiimsr i win My I Hither tlmt no liiuttir what the nrov- ouitlon you ciinnot tlrlvo mo out of tlio NDouiocrutla iwrty v Itliout tntcuulnir to sneclnllr reply ti tho remarks of tlio distinguished senator from South Carolina 1 will only wy that It wan n ii8to of tlmo upon nil part to nw Tunio that wo wcro ko Ignorant as not to know that It was his state that attempted NES GLxOVRRPORT KV LAUGHTCfl 3 UF1EAMED OVEM I BKECKENR1DGE hEWS i J 1 THE PLEA rrt SENATOR HILL at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Jl f uuvo you Cutiur find no siigf cstion of how you nro to What rurtner Policy of tlio Father Uprt braco up this row depreciated currency Kverythlng is risked upon tho mcro fart Ill this platform you have declared for that It shall bu given free colnago at tho tho list tlmo In tho history of this counmints I beg to call your attention to this try that you uro opposed to any life tcnuro fact that iu my humblo opinion tho very whatever for olllco Our fathers before policy condemned by this platform Is tho us our Dcmocrntlo fathers whom wo repolicy that has kept jour greenback cur vere In tho establishment of this govern rency and your silver dollar nt n parity nient gave our court judges u life tenure with gold during tho past years Wo think of office What necessity win thero for that times and conditions havo changed reviving this question Uow foolish and Wo think tlmt you cannot lgnoro tho fact how uuncce sar- - iu my opinion Are of tho great production of silver in this Democrats whoso whole llfo bus been do country Wo think that you cannot safely voted to tho scrvleo of tho party--nr- o mon lgnoro tho fact lu tho preparation of a whoso hopes whose ambitions whoso as financial system that tho cost of tho pro pirations nil lie within party lines to lo duction of silver has greatly fallen Why driven out of the party upon this now It is tho very pregnunt fact tlmt confronts question of life tenure for tho judges of all thu world tu tho solving of this great our federal couits question of tho Immense discovery of sli This Is n rovolutlonory step this is nn ver every where unwlso htcp this is nn unprecedented btep Tho grout fact confronts tho world that lu our i arty history ment tho cost of silver production has been re Another question I think should havo Safest and licit Course been avoided and tlmt Is this What was It Is a quest Ion of business It is n ques duced nearlya one half of llravery tho ieiesslty what tho propriety of tak Â¬ hot Quettlou tion oi jinnnco it is a question of economIf tho American people wero brave wcro ing up thu vexed question of tho Issue of ics It Is not a question liotwlthstnud- IkiihIs for tho i reservation of the credit of courageous if they had the spirit of 1771 lug which men over so bruvo can solve Whv not havo left this ftmin ns this i hit form says could they singly tho imtliiu Mr Prcsidont I think that tho safest the best course for this convention to havo and alono make cop er tho equnl of gold tiil question of tho frvo colnago of silver Lloue Could they mako lead tho equal of gold pursued wns to tako tho first step forward Itrpeals tlio Itssnmptlo i Act In tho groat causo of monetary reform by Must you not tako Into consideration tho great fact of production tho great fact of You hivo an Â¬ What havo you declantl declaring in favor of International bimet tho lessening of tho cost of production in nounced tho bold in Icy tlmt uiidir no allism circumstance- shall there our bu a single I am not hero to assail tho honesty or tho Inst IS and SO tears If bravery If courage could prodnro bond IsMcd In tin oof pcae You havo sincerity of a slnglo man who disagrees with mo Thero nro those around mo who theso results then you could mako nny no unci ted anything What does tlmt mean It means thu know that in every utterance mado upon metal no matter what it might bo n virtual ru nil if joii resuni tlenuct It this subject I havo treated tlio friends of money metal Dut I tell ou It Is a ques i lo free and unlimited colnago of sliver at tho tion of ti oiionilcs a question of business melius repudiation 1 r to hi d His a question of resources This stntciuei t Is lis brum1 thu stateratio of 10 to 1 with respect I am hero to Judgment and upon tllut It Is thu Judgment of tlio ment Is too sweeping It has enraroful pursuo that course today You oven opi oso congress I do not think that wo can safely lgnoro minority of tlio lonimlttco that thu safest ly consldoRil MitirMi ii to tako thu first great step In fa doing It you even opjsisc tho ircbldout ilia monetary systems of other great navor i tions It is n question about which hon- Â¬ thero f International bimetallism and stop doing It J on c oo tueii d It g It either ilnily or unitedly oil stand uism tha est mon may differ I bollovu wo cannot 1 know It will bu said tlmt In somo parbroad proiiosltlon tlmt for no piurose lgnoro tho attitude of othor nations upon platform ngrcii with our Uo whether to jirotcct tho currency or not this subject any mora than wo can their ticulars this lei nttltudo upon tho other questions of tho publican iany ds It tu mo Is neither uuy whether to presurvo your national credit worso for It I call your or for any other puiroso thero Bhall not iKtter nor day I know it Is bald by enthusiastic friends that Amorlca can mark out a attention to tho fact that jour plank upon be a bond Issued Why how surprising tlmt would bo to course for herself I know that it appeals pensions that jour lank Umii thu Mon my Democratic associates lu the senate of tho avenigo American to roo doctrine that jour plunk upon Cuba to the that tlmt saytlKfrlt matters not what other cotin plank our plunk upon territoriesplank your wiiofortlK Inst two or thrco jours havo even Introduced bill after bill for tho issuing of tixiu Alaska that your y do wo can arrango this matter trl Hut I beg to remind you that uion tho ilvll bcrvlcx are uxnctly llko tho Ixmds for tho Nicaragua uiniil and othei Itcpuhlluin pliuLs Tlnrofnru I do not purixises ftW wigtlonlscnrrledout toltslogltl No no my friends this platform haR wsejTiwieluslon you might as well do think that tlmt criticism will detract from not Iwcn wisely considered Iu your zeal awMrXkrlth International treaties you tho value ofrtho suggestion Mr President I said a few moments for monetary reform jou havo gono out of nilghtTfts well dotiwaywlth commercial treaties with othor countries you might ago I thought tho safet course for this tho truo path you luwo turned from tho to was simply m well do away with nil tho provisions lu convention this havo lurHiiecl should enact to truo courso aiid in your uuxlcty to build government a up tho llvtr currency you hnvo uiinoccs your tariff bills tlmt havo rotation to tho have said statute Iu this groat ullku us In favor of placing gold and silver Mrlly put lu this platform pros Isloiu which laws of other countries tho currency of the country and cannot stand a fair discussion age when wo nro connected with all porstop there Ix t mo tell you my friend without go Â¬ tions of tho earth by our ships by our I do not tilnk I said and I will repeat ing into it dscusslou et tln loud question cables and by all methods of intercourse Â¬ Is It to proper which U soiiiovvhat foreign to this wo think that It Is unwise to attempt this on athat It wiselie liazurd ovcry thing up Hindu mi m r Ixt ma cu farther subject let mo tell you vvlmt would lx alone Â¬ I object to Varlouit provisions of this plat- thu ouniiltluu of this country tixbiy If the Silver Men Oo Too Far 1 think It tho wlso level cool president of the United Suites In tho ills Mr Prcsidont I wont to call your at-Â¬ form and charge of tho public duty tlmt Is conferred lnt 1 think It Is headed mon farslghtcd mon such as tention to this slnglo upon him hud not seen fit to lssuo bouds tho distinguished senator from Arkansas unwlso further for this convention to liaz aril this contest upon n single1 ratio What who iiddrmsed you had prevailed thut to protect thu credit of tho govcrumont Qoud leiuea Were Unavoidable does this silver platform provider It platform would Iiavo boon different Other MltUkri In tlio llatforia ahMild liavo contented Itself with tlio sin Tho Doinocrutlo mrty has jassed a tnrlff What was tho necessity or oponliia up bill which unfortunately has not produced gUjstetement that it was in favor of tho Mmosetlzatton of silver and tho plating It tho question of grctiiliack circulation a sufilcluut rovenuo as yet to meet tlio mv upon equality with gold but liutciul of What wits tho necessity for putting lu this cessltlis of thu government Thero has that your committee has nvommonded for platform an Implied pledgo that tills gov beonudcdiltot eSout 30000000 a your adoption n platform which mules the test ernment night lssuo grooubaokH and mako It Is hopod thnt tn tlm near future this bill thorn legal tender Tho Duinocnitlo party will prutluco nnipls revenues for the sup of Democratic loyalty to hang ujion a sin Is oppouxl tu iuiier money Thu Domo glo ratio nud that 10 to 1 port of tho government but in tho mean cnitlo party front Its enrllot history lias Viirto your groenburk currency And your of having entered I doubt tho wisdom I doubt tho propiloty of say- - boon lu favor nt hard money Into detail treasury notes must bo redeemed when Tho Democrat lo party thinks that the Uveynro pnwentod If you would jroscno lug that IflK or 17 I heresy and 10 Is the lemocnttio doctrine Permit ma bust way for us la do Is to ellmluato Unit Â¬ thu honor and tlio crvdlt of tho cation inly truo Where would tho money liavo como fnm to remind you I see distinguished senator ed States notci and treasury notes fnun your currency Tlioy nru a rtniit uixni your If your preldont and your southori secre before ma who In thu senato of the United States friends of free Uur hao Intro niutals You Ijiu to constantly keep ap Â¬ tary of thu treasury nail not dlsuliargeil plied a fund for their redemption unless Iholr duty liy thu bisuiit if bunds to save duoed bills for tbofretiHtid unllmltod coin reimdlato them Thcroforo you tiw credit of thu coiVitryf aga of Uvw at tho ratio of CO to 1 I beg Whouprojxiso to Sotlth Curblim aild my mo call your iiXtcutloii to tiu llguniK to remind this conveutUm that somo of luy friend friend from from Arknnms say tlmt this Tkui bus Iipom Mue during this wliulii your caBdWatos proposwl for uomlnntlon platform wvs whut It nicajn and uuiun tatnttlou nJIKH00 of bands Wlint jire mon whom I accept und whoso Io-- to hroiik up tho Dcmoonitla party In 1800 Live fDemnorntlo is1arty Will tho attempts survived ofevory section of tho country to divide It to distract It It lives today and I hopo It will lunirRimlvo fMy mission Iieru today Is to unlto not toadlvtU to build up not to destroy to plan for lctury and not to plot for defeat I Know that I speak to a convent Ion vvliklt as uow constituted probably docs notjiKTOowith tho views of tho Rtuto thit I CKpeclallly represent tipon this occasion Hut1 know that notwithstanding tho at tack vvhli li has been made upon that state youljvlll hear mo for my cause Now York nfukes no upolojiy to South Carolina for luir tdtiintloii Wo Rot our nomocracy from oiufatherH Wo did not ncul to learn It from tliew whom luy friend represents Necd I dofrid New York No It Is not liocijiisiry hho defends herself Need I defend tho attatkH made upon her and hor rltliona of wealth men of Intcllleroiieo and No It Is not necessary character Need I remind this Democratic national couvpntlmi tlmt It is in tho griit statu of NowjYork and In Its reit city where tho wealth thatholuxclghs iir iliist Is situated Dutjit Is that greit elty that never but onco In Its history iruvoi Uopublican ma- Â¬ jority WhcnTotlier cltlej failed to respond NowjYorkwas tiioOlhnittiirof Democracy iThp iiuestlnu which his convention Is to decide Is which Is tho best position to taWat this tlmo upon tho financial ques tion In a word tho question presented is between International bimetallism and lo cil bimetallism If there lo gold mono mafellUts they nro not represented either majority report or lu tho minority lfftlte report I thcrcforu start out with this projonitlon tho Deinotnitlo party stands today lu fceVor of geld and silver as tho money of thijinuiitry Wo stand in favor of tho prcMMltlon of a slnglo standard either of galjUH- - silver but w o differ as to tho means to Mug about that result Those I rcpro isetftTtmd fur whom I speak tho 10 mem bwsfjof tho minority committee Insist tliAlwn should not attempt tho experiment and unlimited colnago of sliver wHJknit tho co opcrutlonof other great nu tlaw It is not a question of patriotism Ittf not a question of courngo It Is not a tfwcstlou of loyalty It is not a question ofivalor Tho majority platform spcnkB ofltho subject as though it was simply a question as to whether wo wcro a bravo efifugh iieoplo to enter upon this experiÂ¬ -Â¬ mm wmmmmm DAVID II HIM r in inve Jol l i ti i trinuiy tiMlav Onl just about thnt sum Where Would jou have obtained the li cans Willi whli h to nslei m jour ik r i nnej If It li ul notlxi n produced by tlionil of IhukIs hv my friend Tillman tniiM not have had niniiciy enough out of the treisiiry fnun his siilnry to my hlsi i tees homo Mr President I reiterate to this intiveii Hon thntthls has brought lntothlseiitiviiss an tiiiliucissuiy a foolish Issue whlili puts us on tho ilefeiiso In eveiy school dlslikt lu thu state An l Miti Whlcli DItIUiS tlm Iurty 1 do Lot propoFe to detain Toil I any other iiltliism of this plitferm nt this time It h snlllcluit that ou have i ntcml upon mi lssuo on vv hlcli tho Demount y Is hugely dlvldcil In iiildlllon to that jou liivu tinwNely brought Intothls platform other questions foreign to the main question ul d liiailo tin support of them the test of I mocraij 1 dq net thin that this was thu ioiii mi that should htvu liccn puisued Mr Piesldent there Is time c miKlivct to lvtriu t tlo u fulo steps Tho liuideifs you Imvu I uposed iisn us In liu i isurn states In tho supisirt of tills tKorni III Its question rclit hi to silver I i II thit can reasonably I u Isirno Dut In iildittou to that you Imvu put upon us the question of tho reset vat Ion of tho pulillei redlt You hnvu biiuitht Into It the qticMtlnii of You true brought tho Issuing of bonds Into It tho question of tho reconstruction of tho sii renin imirt You hive br night Into It tho question of thu Issuln tnf piier You hnvo brought Into It tho money great question of llfo tcnuro In olllco And thls itform Is full of lnrourriions and absiuil provisions which urn roposcd to lie mado the test of truo Ucinocrnry Mi Piesldent It Is not for me to revive any question of sectionalism nrd I sh ill not do It 1 his country Is now nt imc c I all sections of It and let It so remain care not from vvlmt section of theiountry tho Democrat comes so long us I o Is true tn the old fundamental principles of our fatheis I will shako him tiv the li mil mid express my fileudlv sentiments toward him the Qiicmloii of Sectionalism Thu question of sectionalism will troop lu tu spltu of tho efforts of our Inst men to keep It out I oppose this platform licciiuso I think It makes our success more difficult I want tho grand old party with which I have I mon associated front my bnj limnl lo be 1 havo looked forward tothodiy when It should Iki securely lnlreiielied In tho illicit Ions of thu Aiiicrlenu KMiplu I ells 1 dlsllko nil llko tlte llepiibltiau uirty their toilets 1 hnvu no symiathy with their general pilintplts but I do think that wo uro hero today making u mistake III thu venture which wo are about to tako He not deceived Do not attempt to drlvo old Democrats out of tho parly that havo grown gray In its scrvleo t j mako room for n 1 it of Ho publicans and old Whigs ami nthi r Popu lists that will not vote j otir tit ki t after all Do la t attempt to tirulo oil thovotoof llttlo New Jeisej that never fulled to give Its cleetoral vote nnd tako the ex eiluient of somo state out west that has nluavs given Its voto to tho Republican tic ket I toll jou tlmt no m ittor vv ho youreiiuilidatu may iki in tills convention with possibly ono exception j otir Populist filcncls upon whom jou nro relying for support In tho west and south will nominate their own ticket and o silver forces will Ik divided Mnrf t o prediitlou vhlch I make whonroiiuthorlMxl to kpeak for tho Populist party hero In n Democratic convenI saw upon t his platform tho other tion day an array of them giving tountcnance and support to this movement men who never vot d a Democratic ticket In their lives mid never to hey have or ganized this party They nro tho men 11m Democrats nil who attempted t j prose over this Vnloa They nro tho men who wereirylng ugilnst us iu thodajs tried liens seiih dining the war My frlei ds lthtisscuk mom In nirrow than tn auger You I uow what this platform means to the ei l You must nxillo tho Dut calamitous is It may lo ti result us It will be more cihimltous to jou If after Mklng nil tie e jou do not win linn 1 1 e 1 It Hro iitcil I nun thu Ilrutitl ril Over it Inrtiireil tlnrniy ltlst nt the lu iif of the hoiso is the n iiiiiuut of nn original live is s jus it he pint ul Ilauel In mull Is now wiiil tn be the mnvivul nf it pithisltirii1 eji on the lip if the Jieiiil fii n rhaps this levity in ngiiiil to puliitilnr uilincnts in nthi is nmy bo thu ikseendiuit of un tdougitiil leu city in innii It In it well known tlitoiy that what we tall humor tiro o innii tho saiiie Mini et that lb fltst liuniiiii liuigli that ir woke the nstouisl Itihocu of gliHiui primeval foicsii iut tin piessitiii of iiiiith i iiliein over tho mlMry but of n tin tun d inc my Tliiro Is to this day Miielhing to rihlu in laughter The luugli e4 nuuliii ss or of eiuelty n sound moiiiuwiul tliau that if tho bittetest liineutiitiins Dy uieutis of hut strange phone graph that wo call litciutmc wo iut listen even now to thu laughter of tlio dead to tlm hearty gulTuvvs or cjnieul tit ti r ings of guiititioii after geueiitidii of bygone nun nud women uud if we uro uiious in Mich mutters vu can prnlw into tho nature of theeliiingeHtliiit have passed over the fashion of mens humor ior it has been Mid not without tho supjioi t of w e ighty eumulat iv o evidence lhit us we penetnitu further into tho past we find thu sense of hiiiuui de pending uhviitri lnoio obviously nnd soli Ij upon tin eiijovmeiit of tin pain iiiisfoiluue un itillcitiou or euibaiiiiss nient of Hilars The sense of supern nty was tho iciise of humor iu our anci stois or iu oi Ii i wuds vim i y liy ut tho toot rf this ns of most otlur iitlnbutcH of our bumptious species Putting ear to our phonograph wo rateh thu tchois of u strango uud mcro tumult boisttious ciuel often brutnl jct with here and theiou teiiilereukiKo lroin Miiuu solitary voice uud presently this lowly note glows stiougtr and sweeter us wo tiavel slow ly tow ard our time until ut length tiuough all tho nun nuLiit wo eiin hear tho soft under niurmur of pity Does tho picture not seLo thu imagination the long laughter of tho ugis which begins iu cruelty uud ends in love Westminster KcviciV lis c Â¬ A DREAM Tlm inttiiic wat llinibliliin ami ihIiiki TIim UnuTM ninl lb pilms unit tint llgbt In Hinoiitli Maxell lliors viore rrtleitcd t Tlmt Kl Willi tho frnKMiict II nliut ber In In r ilnliit eriM wb leitmvii Bin whh r 1 lu In r s bo vv lil Tbo prettiest Ctrl in bivvn Eczema All Her Life Mr E I Jenkins of Lithonia Gn says tlmt his daughter Ida inherited a severe case of IJcetna which the usual mercury and potash remedies failed to relieve Yeirbv yc ir she wns treated with various medicine I externnl nppli intiousnlid internal reuiedicr without result Her rtiffcrings wire intense and her condition grew steadily wotsc Alt the so called blood remedies did not sremtc reach the dis c isc nt nil until S SS was given when tl rmllrrl nnd 1iiliet nnd ilcnlccl It As n pretty ttlrl iiiustiln tint by lier lirnrtn itc i p eontcntrarnt blie knew tbnt liu tlinupht It true Ami tliey ilatirtcl tn tlio tbrillltii muslo Oil llfo was rnpturr tin ill When sin vv is Un- - pntticet lrl la town And Im vvue thu tint of mail 61io Thry pirtcd with niurnlslml narrow Tlmo elenrisl tlm rlomlisl sky Dut ut hit nlKlitn bull iho llrcl 0R2ln In tlio rli in nil il its koiiu by His soi mill tier iliuitbtc r vvrrn ilanctne Thu Ilrl In n puru vvlilto rovvii Ami sin board him ay us they nisril her Youro thu prcttlLut itlrl lu tovviil Oakland Ucliocs HOV Â¬ Dont li t anj one persuade jou lo take iiiij thing else instead of Simmons Liver Kegtilutor Some merchants will try o do tbia but not for your good They do il to make a llttlo uioru profit on some- Â¬ thing which is of nil inferior quality though yon must pnj just as much fei thu hail us for the good lie sure to tuki Simmons Iivi r Hegulntnr nnd nothii g else Look or thu Keel Z on every puck- cge FREAK FACTOrtlEo No Trimble In gllnninin Itnvn Now Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ epet Â¬ tht I llt Â¬ Â¬ 1 oflta My trlcuds wo wnnt tio Democratic Wo v mt to build It up party to hucsioiI Wu do not want to tear i rvn Wo want our rh tq le s the goal oM prliiillewof Jcirerson mid Im ksoii of J ilden of hard mm ej of safe money Wo vaif uo green W want no back i urrenty on our plat s Wo want to patHT uirreiuy wlmtivir standby tho rluclples n i r vvhleli wo Imve won during tho lilstr of this mum try unit math It what tl is I wo keep In tho good old paths of tho pars wo inn win If wo ilepait from iheni wu bhall Â¬ this 1ht is lose Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Difference Wrs j our In si and goc d to j ou during j our loi i lib ess lnqulied t o kind lady who wits making n elmrlty call Oh j iv lliliHil tlim lepllul tho m iiod iseould lie ho was IKior woman llku u f i lend than u husUiud iiioro London Tit PI la Â¬ f Hoods Sareaparilla purifies the blood overromes that tired feeling creates an appetite and gives refreshing Bleep Tlio Kwlit Army Tlio Swiss unny is complete in every detail it is Mid tlio medical voter inuiy nud comniissnrint departments bo Â¬ 1 i Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tp oui-svj- -a lnjif thoroughly orgiinied and this iu spite of tho luet that tlio uvcniBoeost of year Tho first a soldier is only 7 lino forces number un cirietlvo total of 117010 men iu tho hiudvvchr thero nro 80000 more und in tho liuidsturm 270000 Besides owing to tho cucour ugcnient ylven by tho stuto to such in stitutious us tho Bocietes do Tir nearly every umu in tho country knows how to liandlo u riflo and is morel or less of a soldier Switzerland could ut tho shortest noticu put into ho field mid muiu tiiin un unny of 100000 men ut least properly fouud und equipped When tho Swiss soldier eroEhcs thu threshold of his house ho may bo said to bo iu full marching ordi r for ho keeps his cntiro kit title kuupsack and clonk iu his home und every umu tales an honest prlelo in having eaeli article iu good condition Pall Mull Onetta Â¬ read in the Christian Standard that yte- W - T w U-- t Miss A M Fritz Station A fct Louis Mo would give an elegant plated hook 1 spoon to any one sending her six L ceut 4- damps I s nt for ono and found it so C selves ilustof tliemhuvoiegulartoutes useful thut 1 showed it to my friends mapped out by their ndvaneo agents and made 11 in two hours taking ordeis just like theatrical companies anil as for the The hook spoon is a spiou they lily uppar ut n pluco ut long in It cannot slip into household necessity tuvnls iliy never get stale und some times nu Le bigger hits on their second the dirh or cooking vessel being held ill thu place by a hooV on tho back The or tliiul uppi aranco than on their first Loudon Mail spoon is some thing housekeepers have Louisyllle HeidenonUI Louis ByCo needed ever since spoensweru first in- Â¬ William J liryan may bring ailviraity vented Any one can get a sample spoon to several sharps who nro skiniiieg tho by sending six -- cent stains to Miss Intelligent hontst men Frilz This is a splendid way to make Government Tuklsiff lltfect have uo fear of him money around home Very truly 1 - aghast Why certninly factories of course Tho freak business is divided into about three varieties foreign domestic und lake In tho first class tho collectors travol all over tho world in search of ratifies but tho very best freaks eomo fiom India and tho Malay peninsula Iu these countries tlieio nro people who breed freaks They buy young childien and animals and deform them while their bones mo soft by all nmiimis of means Then they are constantly on the outlook for genuine natural f leaks and in tin so lands tho biilh if it freak occuis very fiuiueully Tho lit mliiuurters tf this busiucM is at biugapoie Then tlmo ate any number of men who devote tluniselvis n he discover ing und i ha ing of funks of nil kinds nnd vanities uid thuo is senicely a day gits ly that wo do not Kieivo packages of photcgruphs and illustrated cireuhtrH ticiii trmo ftenk mciehant or other Of couise thero itto tho fitled freak men i Itifttt host iu themselves If llio piopriitir of scnio little show nteili an iddluonul nttiitctitu und dots net havo tin money to hire ten i tiling geed for like fvirythiug elfe fienks liavo heir price lie im gel something for little money that will servo his purpose Tlio u ul genuine llvofieuks nlwiiya command hl h priees uud travel all over tlowcild in rder o exhibit tin in Â¬ Â¬ How do yoi manage to find new anil curiosities was the ques tion nsked of the manager of n traveling show that hud pitehtd its tent in u London htibutb Dont havo o find them was tho licrnici response They find ns Tho tu ik business has leguhrlyestubliohtd lis nny other and Iiiib its wlioltslo and retail firms traveling salesmen brokers prieo lists factories Fuctoiies queried tho rcpoiter tre ticiiiH IrovMlllj Â¬ fieiks Marvelous Results From a letter vvritton hy IJev J Guu tleriiian ot Dimondnle Mich wo aro permitted to make this extract I liavo no hesitation iu recommending Dr Kings New Discovery ns the results were almost marvelous in tho caso of my wife While I was pastor of tho Baptist church nt Hives Junction site washroughl down vvitli Iueuinonia succeeding l a Grippe Terrihlo paroxysms of coughing would last hours vvitli little interruption and it seeinid as if sail could not survive tlieni A friend n commended Dr Kings Now Discovery it vvaj quick in its wo k continuccd with fav- firililo rncntla ntlil fepi now she is cured The lart Thut lnrh of tho Three Iu- sound and well her CiiUlenti In I Im iplniiivo llii SKiu is pc ricciiy ccar an nrca1 Gunpowder has bteudily developed as fi V I she has been saved mrchuuieal skill coustiueted better and from what threat Â¬ better weapons iu which to uso it un ened to blight her life forever until today it husitachid n perfection SSS cuarantceJ putely vegetable of manufacture for various purposes cures Kcem i Scrofula Cancer Rheu which allows its effects to l foretold matism or any other blood trouble lu any weapon even to tliotimo i take3 It is a real bloc el icinedy nnd alvvnjs n gtiiin o bum uud to thu distruco it Hires even if I or all else fails will drive u shot Itiii jiii j unpiiwiler wu lipid of saltpetii stilpliur iiiilc lianciil Salt petei is clii ml allv ealh d niti r nnd is u Taken MtOil lewfiv for n blooel disease lialuril pit dm t l uud In third iu thu a tome wont into it euith in clillcieiit jails nf tlio world Our books chiillyin India iud China Sulphur on blood and skin diseases tiHi is found in n natural state iu many volcanic ec ui tries like Sicily while mailed free to any address us iswell lmvn elnuccal is mailofrom wood or wucty substances liy beating Swift Specific Co Atlanta tin in uluiost to u binning beat iu mi airtight vessil tints timing elf eveiy thing iu tin m hut ctt bon f K MMKEt lit Ill II cultpetei sulpl ur aid cluuccal arc KllilSVJI still tlo only iugirdicuts of tho gun LOUISVIiliS Kf Jiy 21 HM povvdu in oninieii use tilthough u new f diircient nuiteiiuls guiipiiwilir imide i Shipper ihoulil mark all packAget plainly is iindilgiiing iuetessful csperiineiit A with iblpperi name and pott office addrenn liiiMinc ot saltpeter mill charcoal alone would fum an explosive uiil sulphut Choice country DllTTEH S J J is milled hU liy to mako it phe tic oi Medium 7 0l S inpable f Ik nig j uv ecl into i aki s uud Creamery lu Q li EIKIS shipis Ail thru iugiuliiiits have to bo Fresh fK ptttilUd by tho most cuetul ehcmicil FKATHKKS hkill lefcro tliey mo coiiibiiud Then Prime white gouie 40 41 an evict pripoitiou of each has to bj Mixed 2S 15 ill tiieast rid ut icioiding to tho kind ot Old duek No 26 a 00 powder to Ix in ide P0ULTHV For the gnnpovv der generally used you n would find in every 100 pounds if you lleni per lb 25tHI Oil could Miuito tie iugiedients 75 Spring Chickens per dot Ducki erlb II UM pound of saltpi ter IG pounds of charlocse per dui 3 SUol Ul coal and IU pounds of sulphur but it P0TAT0K3 bo uluiiSt impossible to separate would Irlfh per barrel S0 7i tho iugu limits ior they nro not merely New La 2 Juiii till miid togitherus you might mit ep Hwoct potatoe for bbl 2ll0 From cti lei and salt but they mo giound and Navy store 2 to i bushel higher lleans per ffi tolled and stiued uud pi isscd together HOOTS hy special machines until they uio al Oltneng l 10f5 2 7i most sufficiently united to fuiui u sin- Scnlca Snake II gle new substance A Pink This mixing piocess is called tritu- Yollow 2 ration mid tlio powder is thus mado Wild linger 6141 6 I into tho f oi nt of big flat enkes called Lady Slipper May Apple V press cakes und then broken up uud Ulood 2J bcrcened into grains of special sizes or FIE L SEEDS ground to the lino powder used for shot Â¬ Timothy per Vuthel j 1 80 guns und revolvers Tho largo grained Clover per bushel 4 25 jsiHI pow dtis aro still further stirred together Crlmeon Cloier per bushel siT- Bed Tup pea until the grains be como highly glu7cd Orchard Onusbushelbushel 1 10 per and theso uio tailed cannon powders A Hluo rus f incy p r bushel Si lighted match may bo held to a grain of LIIub Irasa extra per bushel 66 cannon powder and it will bo fouud al Â¬ Onion Fets Yellow per bushel 25 White 2 50 most impossible to set it on fire bnt UIDES onco ignited it Hashes oft very suddenly Oreen food fa i mid violently Lieutenant John IL Dry Salt good 8 Lllicott iu St Nicholas Dry flint good 10 II Sheep skin 10 Q iu -- GUNPOWDER IS MADE yf P KwH 44 n nn itnnrov ciiicnt was at once noticed Tlrt ttimltntfir wns -- fVYlft V5riv Â¬ lici v A Real Blood Remedy a u h c 1 Tj 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 WOOL Tub washed Orease Gne Hurry Illuok Durry and Unta MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Deeiwax Sorghum Molaisaii 21 15 a 16 yui 1 12 U 8 Cp 10 16 y 3 i ii 25 20 wharfi HAY QRAIN FEED We epiute prices to day on Loalirtlle OATS 22 oltj 3 No 2 oau HAY Timothy No 1 Timothy No 2 Good Bright Straw 15 I 0 11 00 12 00 12 51 5 00 2 A uo Trit I and highly satisfactory in results holths free tit Short d llaynes drug storu Uegular size 50c and SI 00 Spoons Free to All jwJw7 -- 3k ii4 Jr a ri V TIME SCHEDULE M6OOoclcUUSoBajUar22l89S Bound rruini Mall JeNNKITK S jpampoa vMwMm 111 ASK tlio reeovered ilywpciilics bllloui sulTcrcis vkllniH if fever ninl iiitiie the mcrcuruil illscusod patient linw lliey re covei eel lcaltli elicer- ful pifits unci gnol vvrilltcll vim li iiiLing Sin noss lav lie litou ainullu I AluU Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Ills lrlces lalil by Mseuilnee Fabulous prices nro sometimes paid for tho sensational features in tho mag uzints A writer who claims to spcuk with full knowledge of tho facts claims tlio Century company paid 50000 for 18000 for tho its Llfo of Lincoln seriul rights to Mrs Humphry Wards from novel fiir Georgo Troisuduy 360 on up to 7150 for Kiplings verses according lo sio Charles bcribners Sons ptiid J M Ourrie 25000 for ho serial rights o Sentimental Tomnilo Kobcrt Louis Stoveusou received 7000 for ono of tlio bcrials ho epld to tlio Mo Cluro syndicate Other uud equally ro markublo prices uro net lacking Sua cess in literature nowadays means money just as certainly us dces sueoess In other pursuits Its all iu thu uamo uud tho fuiuo Family Oulh Tho oldest sou 61 a marquis lakes precedenco over tho younger son of o ThiCliepft Purot snl Dtst Tamlly til VoilJI JViceJislne Tor DYSlIlSIA I oNrilA HON Imin Mil Ihisiuuiv V Himdy llearlburn etc Iartlcle warrnntcil not tn cinualii a s iiiuiic but MtKLUUV ur ny iiiineriit ot b lions ot uudcsireil and undesirable ad veisity to tuiin Americans into tho far seeing tliriftiness of tho Scotch An il lustration of this thrift is contaiued in tho story of it Scotchwoman who had been piomiscd u prcsout of a now bon net by ii lady Deforo sho mado tho puichase tho lady called and asked tho Â¬ Â¬ It would Iaritrcliii Scotchwoman pie baUly tiiLoinany genera Hi 11 fast Hound TVals il bTATIONS Hxpr llxpri Mall u 41 Hxpra Kxpr Dally Daily 8 10pm 12 6 7 20 Dally Dally 630iuir 7Uam 817 T2I US H4S UUl IvUaa pUnr Kentucky Kock Haven Lontf llranch Kkron ieitton Irvlngton Pierce IM 7 45 7J1 765 811 811 8 867 Wlllnwdjle bt Wen Point Hnward 7 IS USO 11 Mam 710 11 4pui MJ Ulprlsell rus slollIi H o l containing tliono bnutliern ItunU ond llerbt which on oll riQ lroviilenso liu pUtiil ji counirlc vvlicro llvcr Dlseujis iiinm imvall It illl cure H Dlitasei coueJ by Uerenife ment ol the I Iver enJ IoaI Lompla nt are Ilia SYlIiluMB ol Liver bitter or bad tame In the inoutli Iiin In the or Ulicu liackbldeenr Joints often mlnukin Appetite Un of matUini Sour Slumechj Uowelaallcrnntcly culive nnd laj lleuelacliei nntnfiil wnsallon p Lo of Memory with havirnr failed to do aomelliinir wlitelj UeWlltyi Low plf IU a tl cfe have been Uonei jellow appearance o the bklu and Hye a tiff Cough mimi mUtak cii fur toiniuiiillon bomellmc many ot thene iyiniitojn attena the dleialotlier very lew but llio Uvtl ea of llio Ultciioe and If not It generally tl KeEiilateil In time trtnt nunerluf wiotebca nen and UUA1 II will ensue PLUIILY VISOIilAULB good woman Would you rather havo nfoltor n straw Itoiinct Mrs Wilson Wrelhiiid Mrs Wilson I think tak it struo am Itll miiybu bo iv mouthfu to llio coo when Im douo wi It I Youths Companion VU 922 9 31 9 40 9 49 llrandcnbutg Wcbtlcr Simple 1141 11 M 1127 11 77 660 651 6 47 1119 H 821 8 37 8 45 3 11H 6S4 6S1 6 21 967 Ill 8 50 8 6H 9 02 07 1011 10 21 10 2S 10 J oitlbuiK An Old Hand much is it customary to givo tho minister when ho marries you Hen Oh 1 gi in rally jjivo him 10 lob--llow 96 918 922 932 6 41 10 tOat 10 4 lOSS btepheneport Addison Holt Clovcrport 1U61 10 42 10 32 10 23 10 20 1011 616 601 663 100 946 6 44 6 41 8 J5 B I0S1 I1U2 111 1 8o Yonlurs btutismuii Jlinsou--Wh- ats luueiy tu liu it this I hear ivbout lu 08 1015 10 25 10 78 10 48 11 051 958 120 135 lid 16Un LM bhopt bklllman llaweeville Pctile Falcon 1013 9 6U 9 31 9 25 3l 529 517 S 1142 lewlpoit Waitiuan 917 911 VKl W 8 4l 8 34 8 25 602 4c3 4 4 4 4 li IJIIIlini 1115 12 Powers Bulxirilimita u iu duke n OOS UlluVlvJ Iiuj J uq OIMAV q li bu ui all J o uaixt m oin jo oitu mou k iouum sq tit isildnits wamuib hiohkjuiuio Xm XanvA MM liHi t iuow pun niin oi uoiiss iq lsuuiii tucj qiio out ui sioiiavoi iiijmojons ikiui am jet oiw 0i Joj kociuou it V JOV uvoi iU3ii uuinioj 40U1O1UI ti 03ni3liaAt Hnll It ll iintt lul Jl til I Oen W S IKIt rtee Oa I R lelder perry Oa fol K K Mmrki Al Uny tin I C MiteronKi hlieria llibUta Hlephens Ji niun Alennclerlt vlrlu iieronally and -- We havo tented It know that lor Pyipepilu Illllneiiieiil and Throbbing Ileadacho it i tlielx M medicine tho woild ever isi w We tried forty oilier rcmedlei beloretiiiiiniciKillverUeBululor but noil oKavo but ui more limn temimrary rebelslured the Kesu EO Intor not only uHeveil but Mieion m O libLbMAt ll sn HtLNeiLk v ut uvtierAClUHEu osi J II ZLILIN CO Ibiladelpbia Pa llieolloinKhlillyetertiicilpernitteit livn to the virtue ot hinimoni W It II UeRUlaton Key S Young J nisdi Nothing at all iu it Jitnsou Hut thu piisldiut writes uio that jou n tnstil to obey your professor Young Jimsoii Dash IIo uskid us to deelino tho verb to work uud wo all Philadelphia North Ameridecliuei can Whenever tho inveutlon admits of a model tho Juvcnlrr is ntircd to fur nislt it of u convenient size lo show properly ami lo ho best udvantago rho working of tho device Â¬ join ilass ut tolligo 1108 ll 116 II 15 Uwensboro OrlOilh btanley VVorlhlnKton Heads SnoltsWIU Piles 416 365 49 40 31 25 46 3 44 12l 12 31 12 411 Mitllnely 811 819 8 1121 II Mini 113311 li 65pn 127 1 7f8 05 339 3 36 1511 Un 100 16nm sr Hsndtin Ilsstclt lJ f 20am 7 61 7 43 7 36 j 323 316 31ft IVt ATTORNEY AT LAW One I Gus Brown OLOVEItrOKT IY H Mamr Xtt lliate with David jU i 4 VU THE1 BREGKENRIDGE Seat On last Wednesday evening at nix WEDNESDAY JULY 20 1S0G oclock tho Angel of Death visited this community and claimed as Its victim oue of our brightest jewels Mis Nora Lain GARFIELD t nomau of excellent meills n kind dis- Â¬ position and a true follower of Clirltt Rcv Bozarth Is Preaching In Die Grove Mro Lain was tho eldest daughter of Mrs Fanny Board Is Dangerously DJ Phillips and was married October Ill Other Noles IbU to Mr He to Lain Their uulon was blessed with ono sweet little girl Vernn Mies Ellzt Hook Is vlsitiniiu Hnrilliui Myrtle ngo fifteen months who Is now burgj deprived forever of a dear mothers love Mrs V M Hoard ia very uirk at this and guidauce through this i tigged life How hard ills fur us to unbuilt lo writing iMrs Diinpflcy Aluirls who Iiih Iiopii Gods will and nay He doeth all things Yet wo know not the ranee nick for novum weeks ninth lin for the licit of His wondrous woiks and console our proved srlves knowing it is Ho Who deprives ui Huvo llozirlh and HrtyiirBiirohiiMliii of our loved ones and He alone can heal protracted nieetlnj nt Itriinh Arbor our broken hearts Mrs Iiln professed near here faith in Christ when soventcen years of Dr Mllticr of Union Star vinitt tl Mm ago and united with the Lyonia Baptist 1 M M Hoard Smulny with Dr A church from which place her funeral Kiucheloe was p eached July 10th at 2 oclock p m Mm Kato Jarrdt of Mfphensporl is by IIhv H Motion of Patesville nf at the bedsidu of her bick bieter Mis tor which her remains were borne by a Kannlo Board large concouroo of relatives and fi lends Alius 1lora Smith of llnnlinnnirn Is to tho gravo yard near by and laid quiet Â¬ at her rousltiH Mrs Mntinlo ircKorys ly away beneath the sod in Its last resting place for a two weeks visit Sho bore her long continued Illness of Mrs latsy Mftcy who has been con five mouths with great fortitude never fined to her bed for nearly a year can known lo murmur or complain mid often not llvo lint it few ilayn cxprcimid herself willing and ready lo Master Irvie llidmiilhoii ieliiiutil ko whetuVer the Augt Io beikoiied hei homo Monday fioin OneiiRboro where to come up HigLer lie hud been vibitin fiit mli Mis I aiI ii bad go lived an to endear What did e understand can ted the herself to all who knew her and how wo Sunday School to ccnse at this place Y loath losay she Is uo more here upon do think we should have ft Rood Hun lay this land and that our meetings are end School ed until we meet to part no more on the Mr and Mrs Phillip Webb niado a bright golden shore May her poor rip to Webster Thursday with their heart biokcn husbauil 13 comforted in daughter Ollio to see Dr Parks in be knowing she is at rest in peace with God half of her health free from all pain and woe and that ho Masters Karl niul Verner Mntlingly and Verna some day can meet Nora have returned from HawfHvillo where where parting is no more May God comfort the poor bereaved they havo spent several weeks with oius and strengthen them so ns to raise their grand parents We are asked to inform the members the dear little baby aright Though II uo mother it is left in loving and of Freedom church that ltro Dauly a has Cumberland 1iebbyterian preacher will tender liauils that shall slrive to do their bent for Verna be there the second Sunday in August NRS j OLOYERPORT KY AN AMUSING Breckenridge News Nora lain lOVVf51 A FOR CANNON PAWFUSKIE TSLAXIJ IT HAS A HI5TOnY A3 THE SCENE OF MANY INDIAN STnUOQLES Â¬ bEBATE MlxVire Tlmt Will Hum Slowly la Keo Mry Fur Ilia Ordnance Â¬ Â¬ The preat trouble with powder in cannon was soon found to bo that it exerted nil Its force too suddenly po that nil th f train came on one end of tho gun When Kunpowder Is set on fire it turns suddenly into gas and tho Kns needs nbout 300 times tho spaco that tho solid powder occupied Tho explo sion of ordinary gunpowder is so sud den that tor a moment that part of tho gun nrnuud tho powder chargo ha to hold tho big volumo of gas squeezed down undrr enormous prcssuro until tho shot cau mako a start to get out of tho gun and mako room for the gas If therefore gunpowder could bo mado which would burn n lilt la slower so that it would not nil bo burned until tho shot reached tho muzzle tho gas would bo moro gradually formed and tho strain 1x3 distributed all along tho gun Such a jxiwiler was first niado ill Cieiinany mid was first called cocoa pow- Â¬ der booiiUMj it resembled In color nnd general iiptx ariitico n cako of chocolate Its method of iiinnufactuio was kept so cret but thcr countries analyzed tho grains am icmiii learned to mako it even letter than leiiuuuy It is mndo partly ly changing tho proportions of tho in gredients making them about 71 per per cent sulphur nnd cent saltpeter 18 per cent charcoal hut mainly by using tin tindrrlmrnrri charcoal thus giving the powder its peculiar color TIiiim I lit i e intiM n division of gunpow Â¬ der into quick and slow burning pow Â¬ Â¬ 1 Iliti Kxtrnno fiotitlimitrrri 1cilut otftoutli Cnriillnn Tho Triccity cf Utnody Iolnt That AVII Oat n Whola Trllio of In- Â¬ dians A new enndidato for pnblo favcr is Dawfuskio island ono of tho islands unt far distant from Savannah ami ono of tho liiont iulcrostiug historically Diwfuskio in tho Indian iiamo of tho island It is somo six miles in length nnd four miles in width noted for its fish nystcis and crabs mid ftiiirus cf latu years for its drcr hunting Tho In dians wero very partial to It that is Tim fluhjert Won Uerlotm Knouch lint the Sltiiullnn Wan loinlcnl When in tho old days of trouble be tween the English nnd French there wa talk of sending Admirnl Hawke to sea to keep watch over tho enemys tlcet n liieiu tircurmi n nuiiiuic ninivii wosNtVenibtr The weather was stormy nud dangerous for vessels and tho gov Â¬ Â¬ Danger Signals Mori than half tht tielims of toniump lien da not know Iter tan it Herelsa list of symptoms by which consumption cm certainly be delected Ceutb one or two slieht efforts on rlslnjr occurring durine the day nd frequently during the night Short traltinr after exertion Quick Pulst especially noticeable In the evening and after a full meal Cbilltnm In the evening followed by Â¬ Ma y Utcll Illy CUrlot a M llr emc I WnlJtdanllaried Gewiie Mnvillr fen n la The Bug ol DiamonIi MinM h Ilntldon I The Octoroon A Caiman Hoy If III Srarlrt 14 A Hliiil Mr ti Poryinglhe Killer M il A t nilt id My 11 die Monev let odini Iha lulloM lrem 17 IVMisidowofriMn a Hir tht Ilka lli thu If Diclcent Chailes Rt adf o Mftglehart and Wiod a ii IWif yOa e Mrf II fnr Mm AlilauJer Widow Mil1 3i aj lllick Iff lily Anna He Will 19 W Kk A Oltl o Iu Dade In the UM ll6mc Mary 11 lUr tfirn lleS iilttDllB rullolle loubn it MHraunt di rs 1 Â¬ Â¬ It was not nlono necessary to mako n jKiwder which would bum moro slowly but if possible to mnko one burn so that more gnn would bo forming when tho shot got near tho muzzlo than was forming when it started from tho breech because there is moro room behind tho shot when it Hears tho muzlc and it therefore takes moro gas to keep up tho same prcssuro ngniust its baso To accomplish this and to mako tho grains Ho so that thero phouldbo spaces evenly distributed among them to al low tho llaino to reach every grain nt once causing nil of them to begin run ning together grains wero made of regunil each shape was tried ular situ to see how ncitily it gave tho desired lesults Thus thero have been used round grains square grains sphero hexagonal grains cylindrical grains and priMiiutic grains Of course it is impossible to mako u grain which will have moro and moro surface to bum tho smaller it gets so tho best result which has thus far been obtained is only nil approach to it and this is obtained with n hexagonal prismatic grain about 1 inch high and l inches in diameter with u holo or several holes through it Lieutenant John M Ellicott in St Nicholas Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Kdilio May Misses Ada Monitor My mother my wife and myself ueo Chamberlains Cough Kumedy whenever troubled with a cough or cold It is the medicine of our home I do not know how wo could do without it We feel that it is an Indispensable article Tho people in this vicinity too are beginning to learn of tho merits of this excellent medicine I never lose an opportunity to testify to its value for it has saved mauy a doctors bill in my family W S Musser proprietor of the Mtnser House This remedy is famous Itemember only such medicines were Willheim Pa ndmitted for exhibition nt the Worlds for its cures of bad colds Try it and you Fair as are accepted for use by physi too will recommend it to your friends cians in tho practieeof medicines Ayers For sale by A H Fisher druggist Strsaparilla Ayers Cherry 1ectorul nnd Unintentional Serenade Ayers Pills licing included In tho list It should not be Imagined for a moÂ¬ They are standard medicines ment that these fair and accomplished Kentucky beauties have been out serenCLIFTON MILLS ading Hoosier editors It just so hap Andrew Dye Will Go to Missouri Kick pens that Mr Willetts residence is in the neighborhood of the editors garret Against Checkers Death of Miss quarters and the evening zephyrs v at Emma Wheeler the sweet Aeolian strains from Mr Willetts parlor wlnbows through the editors The health of tho coinmuiity con open sky lighto as ho clumbers on his humble cot and dreams of the oriental tin lies unsatisfactory it A Parks sold some of his lino fowls pleasures ho reads about The Leavenworth I ml Register says to parties at Hordinsburg to bo delivered There is nothing on eartli so Ills week charming and inspiring to humanity as Mr J C Wheeler returned to Louisville last Friday Mrs Wheeler will re good music either vocal or instrumental There is a time when it penetrates main here some time visiting Mr Bruner Klizabethtown bought a the tar with more force than others and nlcu bunch of lambs in this section to be that time is just after you have retired delivered at Garfield the last day of July for the eveing more particularly if it be Andrew S Uyo is collecting and shap rendered by parties who understand ing up his business preparatory to resid the silence of combining harmonical ing with his daughter In Missouri after sounds so as to make it pleasing to tho ear Such music cau be heard at the Sept VUarry Norton and Kornst Claycoinb residence of Mr It II Willett ren Â¬ Webster pru heil through here Thursday dered by Misses Agnes Maliu and Pearl buying hogs to consumo their immense Ditto of Biandiuburg Ky who are spending tho week witli their friend corn crop Tho picture agent following up tho Mrs It II Willett view artist Mr Dulan of Winchester camo along Saturday delivering somo Some time ago the child splendid work of Mr M E Lindsay of Franklin Forks Add now tho roads are being worked Pa had n very sevcro attack of colic Wo do hope that the overseers will havo She siifierod groat pain Mr Lindsay all the loose rock removed from tho gave her a doso of Chamberlains Colic loads before they pronounce them Cholera and Diarrhiea Remedy and in worked ten minutes her distress was gone This Checkeis is a scientific game and n is tho best medicino in tho world for game occasionally is very nice but our children when troubled with colic or It nover fails to effect a rising young men are making it a nui- diarrhiea sance When reduced with water We will venture tho assertion prompt cure that there has been enough time idled and sweetened it is pleasant for them to away with checkers and pitching horse Â¬ take It should be kept in ewry home shoes at Clifton this season If properly especially during the summer months employed on the farm to have made For sale by A It Fisher druggist provisions sullicleut for their lurgo fam Personal ilies For tills reason alone uo public Free ll pago medical reference book business house should allow a checker to any person alllicted with any special board to be used Miss Emma Wheeler who we report Â¬ chronic or delicate disease peculiar to Address the leading phy ed in our lost weeks items as being their sox sicians and surgeons of tho United States dangerously ill died on tho Llst inst end was conveyed to the family burying Dr Hathaway A Co 70 Dearborn street Chicago ground on tho next day near KorneInd and laid to rest as designated and reÂ¬ The Dog Tax quested by her Shu retained the con- Â¬ License on dogs will fall due August trol of her mind and speech until the All persons residing within the city lust breath and talked freely with nil 1st limits of Cloverport owning or harbor Â¬ those present After expressing n pering dogs are required to comply with fect willingness to die site bade all goodcity ordinance No 18 section 1 as the bye with consoling words that shall ever ordinance will he strictly enforced after bo remembered by those present and J A Maury Mayor that date her spirit took its flight to the God that Blessed are they who die In gave it Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic tho Lordfor their works do follow them cures chills ami makes you well again town and community mourns Our little It rids you of having them aud builds tho loss of such a useful and estimable up your strength It Is pleasant to take what is our loss la her eternal laJy but and gives you a warm delightful feeling gain and as we all havo to meet death all oyer Instead of the miserable shiver- Â¬ sooner or later the writer cannot suggest ing It is good for tho stomach too and any better motto nnd it would be wise peppermint is the best thing in the whllo In health to preparo to meet thy world for the bowels Avoid bitter qui- Â¬ God She had reilded hero with her pills tint may make you deaf and mother twenty years last April and to nine always handy In the house a bot her she lias ever been kind and devoted have of Vr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic She was n faithful member of Clifton 0 tle P church for eight years Had she Its guaranteed lived until August she would have been Bend your order to Juo D Habbage thirty eight year of agi Cloyerport Ky for N S I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ liettio 1ikridnettnd Florence 1ayne of Hurued Station spent Wednesday the KuibIh of MiaAndy Hook and daughU rs lHtlu Mits Mary Gregory showed her kindness and thouKhtfuliusi by carrying lowers to cheer up the sick room of Mrs Fannie M Hoard Kvcn the little oues eare for the sick Tho many friends and relatives of Mrs Fannie Hoard have called at her btdtidu for the last two weeks to old and assist her in her very bad Illness Mrs Board bore her Illness patiently and wo hope for it speidy recovery DtiroM Nora limit InM I It ir And lliy loss wo duply fell Hioiuh tit He wliohas berth n He alone our sorrows ct i I eal Surgery In the middle A ecu Ill tho middle of tho twelfth century priests wero tho only doctors By an edict of tho council of Tours surgery was separated from medicino and tho practice of tho former forbidden to tho clergy Tho latter then employed their barbers to perform surgical oiMrutioni This aroso from tho fact of tho monks having their heads shaved frequently and observing tho dexterity ncquired by tho barbers in tho uso of edge tools Tho knights of tho razor from cupping unit bleeding passed on to tooth draw- Â¬ ing and finally to other operations io quiring skill aud deftness if not much knowledge They know practically nothing of anatomy It is said surgery was denied to tho clergy by u canon of tho church which forbado them to shed blood This was considered tho dark ago of medicine nnd somber indeed it must havo been to tho worthy citoyen who perhaps placing liiinelf in tho hands of his barber for relief might at tho muuo time that ho was getting rid of a tumor also pait company with his head Lxchuuga Â¬ The lllll or l Fish What Iwant said an angler isa rigging of somo sort tomcusuro tho pull of a Hull If a Hund fish pulls ii pounds 3 ounces I want to know it and if n 3 pound fish pulls only 3 pounds 0 ounces I want to know that too A joker wroto to n sportsmans paper tho other day to tell of nil invention to mensuro tho sizo of tho fish that uro lost That is where this pull measure muchiuo would bo good too It would huvo to bo self icgis tcring of courbo Everybody laughs whon nny ono says ho lost a big ono Ivu lost fish of a sizo I never dared loll of just becauso of tho bnd numo a follow gets for telling of such things I could tell of 0 and 7 pound trout in Cunochogoln luko up in tho Adiroudocks but whats the uso Why say Ivo been a trout Just then ho lemeuibered himself and licguu to talk about a grizzly king lly with a yellow tail New York Sun Â¬ judgiug from tho mounds tomahawks arrowheads nnd other relics of that raco which nro still to bo found on tho Island It is tho houthcasterumest point of South Caiulinn nnd directly oppo sito Tybco island and in what was formrrly known ns St Lukes parish Beaufort district but now legally desig nated ns Vemassco township Beaufort county Tho island wns ut ono timo tho prop erty of tho Mongin family who settled it about 1750 nnd up to tho beginning of tho lato war it was divided into sev- Â¬ eral plantations and had n population in nddition to tho planters families of about lfiOO slaves Several places on tho island nro still owned by the de Kciiidniitiof thn Mougius Hloody Point by Air Motigin Htoddurd und Mdroso by Mr Alfred II Stoddard Tho following story of Dawfuskio is land appeared in Tho Morning News of Juno 24 18 nud is till of its curly history that can bo found Tho massacro of Bloody Iolnt though previous to tho Revolutionary war is still interesting as relating to tho ancient history of St Luke Tho islands of Fort Hoynl and St Helena wero pretty thickly settled with white population when Hilton Head Dow Dusky Pinckney and tho other neighboring islands were held in possession by n few isolated Indians or wero nlto getlier uninhabited They formed a kind of neutral ground between tho white und red men Tho Indians from Georgia were in the habit of making licquifnt inroads upon thn white settlcmeijts killing tho inhabitants and carrying olf whatever plunder they tould gather to their remoter homes in thu farther south They formed largo war parties and would proceed as far north us Hilton Head Here they would skulk about till a fair chauco ofTercd when they would cross Droad river nnd ravago tho neigh boring settlements Iicneo tho name of Skulk creek und not Skull us is now written Tho Indians wero in tho habit of returning to Skull creek after theso iu vwions anil wbuld eluilo pursuit among its numerous nooks and windings Upon ono of theso occasions after having committed a number of murders and having loaded their canoes with what Â¬ ever plunder they wero ablo to collect having secured ii quantity of liro water it is presumed from tho sequel thoy passed through Skulk creek ou their return south without stopping in their old haunts nnd never halted until they reached Dow Dusky where thpy thought they would bo beyond tho reach of tho whites A very strong nud determined party of whites went in pursuit of them On reaching Hilton Head they learned from u fuw Indians of u friendly tribe that their cnimies hud not halted but had proceeded on south Having induced theso friendly Indians to join them us guides they continued their pursuit further south When they had gouo on as far as Dow Dusky they discovered from the smoko of their camp but tho Indians had halted ut thu southeast point of tho island Tho whites landed on tho northwest portion und marched toward their enemies Tho Indians had put ull their bouts i short distanco up what is now known us Now river to avoid tho surf which breaks upon tho point Tho Indians wero at tho ex treme iiolnt cujoyipg themselves in an unwonted round of conviviality nud feasting Tho whites upproached cau- Â¬ tiously and stealthily and having got between tho Indians and their boats effectually cut off their retreat A shower of bullets was tho first intimation they had of tho presence of mi en emy They wero shot down bayoneted sabered and wero finally driven into the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ernment was not agreed as to sending them out Mr 1 itt who was in bed with gout wns nblifcid to rcctlvo those who had business with him in hlsehaiiilicr This room had two licds aud no fire Tim Duko of Newcastle cuuio to him to consider tho rending out of the licet nud had scarcely entered tho room when he oriul out shivtring all over with coin How is tills No Hie When I hiue No said Mr Pitt tho gout I cannot bear one Thu duko wrapped in his cloak took n seat by tho invalids bedside and be gan talking but be found himself un ablo to endure tho cold Pray allow niel he cxcloiined suddenly and without taking off his cloak ho buried himself in tho other bed und Ho was continued tho couvcisition strongly opposed to risking tho fleet in thoNovemlier gales Mr Pitt was absolutely resolved that it should put to sea and both argued the mutter with much warmth It was thu only warmth indeed in tho room I am poaltiuly determined that the fleet shall sail said Pitt accompany ing his words with tho mint HvWy ih tieulatiom It is impossible It will perishl said tho duke with equal emphasis At tho moment the discission waxed hottest another lignitury of thu realm camo iu and fount it difilcult to keep his countenance nt tlio sight of two ministers deliberating on n matter of so gravo importance from such n novel situation Tho fleet did put to sea and Mr Pitts judgment proved to lie right Tho enemy was crippled and a signal advantage gained Youths Companion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tilhtntttof tfotbtst Ptrspiration toward morning and Pali fact and AiwmiJ In the morning Lost of vitality If you have these symptoms or any of There are many them do not delay preparations which claim to be cures but Risnlyfor Consumption Br Ticker has the highest endorsements and has slood the test of years It will arrest con- Â¬ sumption In lis earlier stages and drive It is manu- Â¬ away the symptoms named factured by the Acker Medicine Co 16 and 8 Chambers St New York and sold by all reputable druggists ON THE BRIDGE Sliibtftvtr H IJcala Sarah tiraml ic Crinili1 rtlti tidar Dumav The Ihnhc 20 lift I aM llenw a llirrr Mm in a llot Jriomo K Itrome ili Uuthtii fi I he lion rable Mr-air Wifler f llif ti Tlif lluw Innnli W Mr blanlry J Mcjniin lot IliiIiiIi ltoon llricni il The fihiitlcn d I Jul ClatlollM I Iilna llmkk llelfn ii iih Mvkiirvci mi n lolul II Alatliiri Snlitlcr Siraiuv mi ii II W n for a CIimimI or liuilnifi 15 I hf II itiiiIiiI ll CieMrlv Won llawlcv m1it Ws roriuiit Ill ic ic anltr 37 l Jchn Miatgc WintiT 3 jlinna lontl 3 Vaughn--Nmr- lo Idrn i j A InOU 41 llfr 39 Iho lnrir IlnlmeM ll ainie lar llc Charlouu M llraf me 1 l Tcrfcctlon Ilea In aweetbearta eyes I Iter tin tks would ahamo n ro30 I love her bnlr Hut I cant bear Tho brldtfo ou ewtctlicartn noso - V Iter noblo tralK Ami atreiiulli of purpow alniwr But rivals Kcorn And otlierH mourn Tho bridge on nuceluearta noje If alimild fclyn A diip dlsilnln For Iht do you xupirose That tear of halo Would devuntato Tho brldgo on awoethenrts nosof 1 It Indicates ow J KJe 4i Hi MlelliiHigliUiifaii Idle rvn I Duclieia ii 1An IIumnce Vile Tho Uuiliew Hie tie llcbvl 44 Tlie OuchcM 45 Utile lrih Ulrl 1 lie Duchcaa 46 lova Uird llirroslord Hubert Iliiihjnau 47 I he Miniiriit Alttr WClark Kiimu II 43 A Mai rinse it Ket Ily the author liver und Lutd1 4n A Mat luvt jOlhe Ulliir Mana Wile John Mruuiie Wii la Charlotte M Urating 51 On Her Wuliltnif Morn Jeioinn KJtrrme 51 Miel nnd Hawlcv Smart 13 Siruck Down Horrcnce Maryat 51 A S nrand a Heart Ine Duchess 33 Swtet Ii True lovr II Eniirry 56 Tlif T 0 Oriiuana T ilrl i he Duchess 571V IrtiibUsouie 3Twn eneratinna Count lyoIloKlol At Hip Irrrn llrmmn Itralrlre llarraltn i 6q Slnicularly lirludnl Narak traml 61 Tkplllrnl lialiy Jlaria Corf III 63 The Tour of the WurM In Ml Hay Juln Vcrnf Mrs Uliihmt A3 A I iiilo IliKMin II limine Mutiny 64 lly iho dale uTtlic el Ch irlft nhliu 65 A Mai kit I air 60 Ihe Itomiu eofa Ioor oung Man Octate U M ILilaiilvtie 11 M Ildlantyre llngndc 6J Ktlltic Ihf liuiil It M Ilillantynt Kose l hniiiig Dora Kuisi I 70 Ik Marvel 71 lleveriesofa llachilor M M IC Ilraddon 11 Under the Ked I J I J II bhoit 73 I he lHtlu School miMer Alnik Sin arl thirnlleM ll IllupmA leullrl 67llic IIJ lilii I think Instead You uvo I dread To odd to Hweollicarta woes Ill fondly klsa Tho briilgo on awuothcarts noso And warmly pratxo And boast my scorn fur thoso 111 vrnturo thla M G Wlhtwiclc Mrs Carrs Companion lliamnnd Cut Diamond T Adulphus Trulloie I he Duchess 76 Monica und A llosc Distilled nnd other Sketckes Ouiia 77 Afternoon Charles Dickens 78 Mnsirr llun heys Clock 7y Hie Witching Hour und oilier sloiiis The Duihcas SAUreat llelresi It K Krancllon ki that Iist Iteheriul und other sttries Ilie 74 7 Iiouhs IHt gracious ways ou DavU When Ben Wado of Ohio was tho presiding officer of tho senate ho used occasionally to cull somo seuatorto tuku tho chair and telicvo himself by walk ing up nnd down in tho lobby which runs bark of the senate chamber Onco while thus walking ho was overtaken by a certain carpetbag senator from ono of tho southern states who occupied thu identical chair that Jefferson Davis hud Hen Â¬ Wd Who worship not That beauty spot The bridal on sweethearts noso New York Herald Jack Walter Hi sant The Romantic Adenluiea of a Milk Maid T Hardy S4 A Ulorlcus Korturo Waler Ilesant 8 SSe Ioved Himt Annie Thomas 86 One Kalse llotn Fair J Ik Harwood 81 S7 S3 89 8a Uncle Ducheil THE LOST WAS FOUND The nouns Number Lookxd Ktranee II e cuuae the Tranioin Waa Tipped If any ono hnd told him ho was drunk lio would not linvo resented it but would huvo niado nu effort to maintain his equilibrium nud dignity long enough to explain that ho wiih only n little oozy woozy lie realized that ho lived Waller Ilesant and James Tlwlant iins Daughter From the Itussian of Klce lioinieaolMairiae Lue Kinds the W uy Iushklu Kiniletjihntliii T W Siieiglil 90 1or II insclf Alone lilaliieiivk v C DucieDiamo nil Norman Macleod D D 91 The Stalling Florence Matryat 93 CapMIn Nortons Diary Sarah T t rr 04 Her Ik iiiIo Deeds I he Duchras 95 Moonshine and Marifiierites y6 No Thm ouKhfaie Willie CUllns and Charles Dickens il lh used while a member of tho senate Walking along by tho sido of Wado ho rubbed his buck wearily and said Wade theso scuato chairs aro tho most nncouifortublo things I over saw My back is positively blistered from sitting Wudo looked nt him for n iu mine moment nud ns ho turned away muttered Davis left enough brains in tho seat of that chair to blister tho backs of two or three such men as you nro San Francisco Argonaut Â¬ When They ltefrjtn to Write of suc- Â¬ cessful writers who wero well on in years beforo they oven thought of adopt Â¬ ing literuturo ns a profession Thomas Hardy was 31 beforo ho begun to turn his attention to story telling Gcorgo Eliot was 40 before ho wroto n lino of fiction having uo faith in her powers ns n story teller Barry Cornwall win 85 beforo ho thought of writing verso Jules Verno was 35 beforo ho wroto his It is astonishing tho number first story Hitler Haggard started at 21 Mr Barrio and Conan Doylo ut 27 Grant Allen at 20 and Sir Walter Bo sunt nnd Mr G Manvillo Fcuu ut 30 Gcorgo Meredith was nearly 33 wheu ho began to write stories iu his own jhi cnliur style Now York World He house The Wmilng Honejimmu Why wovo got a cricket in the Isnt it cheerful Slit Yes And so intelligent Hear How him talking about tho furniture distinctly ho says Cheap choapl However as sho hud been that day on a visit to her sister whoso husband was getting 118 a week whilo her own dear now hubby got but fl J perhaps her discontent was excusable Indian npolis Journal An IlidlCHtlon If a chicken is served with dumplings that settles it It is at least a year old No chicken can lay claim to having died young if it is served ou tho table witli dumplings Youth iu a chicken is sullicleut garnishment as it is with a One dollars worth of N S I will worm an acre of tobacco aud one hand nt 20U Irvington street aud thnt his resldenco wits on tho right hand side us ho wnbblcd along homeward Tho uncertain light of early dawn combined witli tho blear in his eyes rendered it necessary for him to stop in fiont of every houso nnd gravely bruco himself agniiiKt tho railings until ho could focus his eyesight on tho number Finally ho identified his houre but after arguing with himself for u couple of luiuntrs ho cumo to tho conclusion Unit ho was just woozy enough to make mistakes possible so to be absolutely curtain ho balanced himself ugaiust tho front fenco uud studied tho number ou tho transom Instead of 200 ho saw GOO Ho rubbed his ryes aud looked uguin but tho number hud not changed It Then ho wondered how was Mill GO it happened that ho had got oil the wrong sido of tho street und thrco blocks too far out mado a zigzag across tho street iuid started back but before ho hud walked thrco bloc 5J ho camo to tho cud of tho street Tho weary pilgrim was bewildered Ho couldnt understand it but getting his directions shaped his course up tho street ou tho right hido nnd kept on until ho came to GO uguin Ho studied it from every jiossiblo point of viow even trying to stand ou his head to read it but it pcrvorsoly remained 009 Utterly bowildcrcd ho sat down on tho steps and waited till n policeman cumo along Im losht ho explained I wnut cr go ter 200 Irvington street This is thoplaco right hero do Â¬ Charles Dickens The Duchess hot Wilkie Collins lhlllppi rriltieje hinu 101 liltle Maku Makellieve II U Iurjcon ioj Kound Ihe iallcy Iirc W Clark Kusscll Kobeit Iluchanan 103 Tlie New AWard Florence io Did Contrairy and other stotiea 98 Fortune Will el ij9 Loves Kaudom ion An April Day 97 The llauntrd Man Ohntt Ixiveund Money Chirlcs Iteadc ijo Mist Tommy Miss Mulock I3i Tlie House on the Jlartli I War en la T he Uauthier ol thu fttars Hugh Connuv 119 Dita Lady Margaret Midendie The Midnltfht Sun l ridriku llremer Valeries Fate Mrs Alexander At the World Mercy V Warden The llosery I olk O MjiiviIL- - l enn S N ar and Yet ho Far Alison A Husbands Story The Fisher Village Anne lieale An Old Mans Love Anthony I rotlone John Hull und Ilia Island Max OKill Hie Picture und Jark of All Trades Charles Keade 116 The host of Charlotte Cray Klorence Mar ryat 117 Keadiaua Comments 011 Current Events C Keade iS Lady Clare or The Master of the Forges G 105 106 107 108 109 1 10 111 112 113 114 115 Marryat elaredtho officer 300 but tho tranSo it aint som is turned over Tho lost wus found Sau Francisco Cant bo ThishisGOO Its Â¬ Past sea Tho surprise was complete tho mas Â¬ sacro was dreadful tho wlilto sands wero crimsoned witli blood and tho girl Atchison Globe The first paper mado in western Europe was manufactured in Spain in 711 It is said that tho process camo from tho east being brought into Spain by tho Moors Suro there is nono but fears a future state and when the most obdurate swear thoy do net their trembling hearts belie their boasting tongues Drydcn Â¬ Controlled by Watches Papa just arrived front down town Well wheros Bessie Why isnt sho as Summer coughs aud somo are colds running to meet mo Los usual Mamma Bessio been naughty Either hurts tho lungs worse in warm auddJsobcdleut I navo had to deprivo weather than thoy do in cold They her of her playthings and sho has been aro cured all the year round ly tho use wcopliig bitter tears in her own room of Dr Bells Get that fbr tho last hall hour Voico of Bessie from adjoining room branded Tho E E Sutherland Medi Tiurs aint bitter Theyre salt cine Co Pdducau Ky or Its not the Chicago Tribune genuine Somo time since I was ougaged in handling lime and it injured my eyes I was induced by our druggist here Mr J E Allen to try your Sutherlands TO ACQUIRE KNOWLEDGE TO VALUE CHARACTER Eagle Eye Salve and will say it cured TO LOVE TRUTH me in a very short time and our littlo AT girl was suffering with sore eyes and we used It ou her eyes and itemed her We ltiwia Valley Ky consider it the best eye salvo on earth Careful pcrMmal Instruction high moral alamUiril thorough lxirviiUl uTmIi1ui Yours truly D McCouas Vlirixllun bourn tmlnliitf Ik oiuKul uui healthful cnuutry lucutlou 17 mites from Proprietor Burksvllle Ky Hotel l ouUtllk Kyt uaatUoma round Â¬ Paul dn Chaillu tho African explorer tells how ho oncu coutiollcd u race of savage cannibals whllo ho was on tho dark continent Ho had a number of Wutcrbuiy watches whose ticking com- Â¬ pletely nonplused tho savages and caused them to regard him is n spirit Ho mado u pructico of leaving one of these watches in u villago whero ho had stopped After awhilo tho watch of course ran down and stopped aud tho cannibals said that tho spirits had gouo to ovcrtako their master When Du Chaillu returned to theso villages ho always got tho wutch that ho hud left behind him aud unobserved wound it up again Tho natives heard tho ticklug continuo swore again that tho explorer was a spirit and did their utmost to plcaso him Â¬ Â¬ earth was strewn with wounded dying und dead A fow very few escaped by swimming somo to tho opposito marsh and ono swam eutirely over to Tybee a distanco of three miles From tho dreadful carnage at this spot it received tho name of Uloody Point which it retains lo this time it being tho extreme south eastern poiiit of South Carolina After this decisive victory tho settlements to tho north of Droad river received uo further molestation from tho southern Indians aud soon uftcr Hilton Head it- Â¬ self ocguu to bo settled by tho whites Tho Indians who escaped having collected after n lapse of somo timo re- Â¬ turned to Hilton Head und finding only two of tho tribe who had guided tho whites iu their pursuit avenged the downfall of their ovn tribo by destroy ing both of them They then returned south and were lost sight of ever after Such is tho tradition in St Lukes Savannah News Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ can do it in an hours timo DOCTORS Adeline Sergent ladlieiloiiclie a French Detective Foiluna Dn lloisgobey 117 The Water llablca Hev Chas Kincilev u8 The Sontliern Star Jules Verre lag eyres Acquittal Helen II Mathers Uy author ol A Yellow 30 juts jiune ana 1 Aster 131 Vashti and Hster lly the wrltor of Belles Letters A Conan Doyle 131 Ileyonit the City 33 A Scandal in lloliemls A Conan Doyle 134 lhc sign ollhol our A Conan 11 ylo 13S The Heirof linne Robert Iluchanan 13d Treasure Island Robert loiis rilevenson 37 The Nth kit jlinUter 8 It Crockeit 138 The Sulfide tlun Robert Louis Stevenson 139 The Jtf rry Jim Hobcrt Louis Stevenson 140 lrlnre 0tl It LSteienson 141 The Jllsmlientnrti of John SlchoUon Uobert louis Meve ison 141 A 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OLOYERPORT KY F iutetveiilug hours with their mostelinim IRVINGTON ing imnlc It waa n delghtful day and ever body pieent no expressed thein Fret Silver Dat- a- SiizsrV Injured In a Runaway Mrs Dennetts stilven especially the Cloverport crowd Irvuti broad dully Fuzern Mtnlcalo Tlio Childrens Picnic A targe crowd waa in tnwn hut Iwrt Campaign Caps run lree Ppwr llata ftt Mrs lyrJdans day lo attend the Dial ot Jaine Creii Huz rrt it aliaw nud lit llitlinaii fir fighting Gasoline the er but quallt for sale JudgufUigtiry naiiaifk and CViiiiIj At Mm Williams is lu llardlutbug this at lliu ncwsollice torney Miller had tho case tinunfcrifd lo week linn lately been re Â¬ HnrdiiiBbiirK Dr OaoiimoM Tho light occurred al Me Il illiiu Miller nud nif ant at Mr Maktaone feel like he wants somocoolei Clothing Tutts Liver Pills keep the bow painted mid re papered Gavoekn School Iioiuid nue night about Piggota thin oiiis Hint innkes these hot elzzlni days more II V Ditnisin baa en cled a new nid two weeks ng elsinnaturalniotionand cleanse and Mailman got eut comfortable How iIopb this mike you Mr nnd Mrs Mayor have relumed to pretty badly with a knife one of Ids I fence in front of Ids the system of all impurities An OtllHVlllf Ilrtll our wagon wtlli the uliltu flig cheeks being laid open for three IiicIich Misses Futcuwlder havo returned to absolute cure for sick headache the belligerent are both jonllia but itH loaded with bread Stijt re is said there was n woman in the Alton Ind sill it dyspepsia sour stomach con- Â¬ Co aro headquartcta for Gregory eistv Elleu Wutluii is with her brother paints and oils puru nnd cheap stipation and kindred diseases That catch every parsing btez cool nnd tho most MOST PERFECT MADE Buck Harrington nud that nunc mulo Ken Wathen Hills oro out for onolher big plenle ht fishlonnbhi thing out get a pair lo day make A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free had n cleaner job of it this limn They Hi irllo Herudou in visiting iu the do without them GtiHtou on Tlmmilny Atignat IlOtli from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant yourtef ci mfoitable w eru out with the laundry last Sil unlay city this week R P Smith Chilesburg Va Tim jounger Four Hundred cl thin nfternoon delivering 40 Years the Standard laundry when lint Diek litiuly nud 11 td Washlngtuu lire - going to be n daisy mt Hard lo mule concluded to cut city ntiwrites I dont know how I could another ciner on the slik list calch Breckenridge News Ilo rttarted about lliu Nappor Hotel do without them I have had Mies Annie and Miy Tydlugs are with Ririiny Rolilera residence lias just around on Second street nnd came hail i Mis Miinforilri family Liver disease for over twenty brightened up by u profulve use of ing iu Poplar to Wnll Up Wall ntreel iG I bin cool ttroiiRl WEDNESDAY JULY made in all itao COiTifoi table Mr Dannie Sprndiu Is hopping the paint fur summer wear ho came till the wagon struck a locust years Am now entirely cured counter for W K Brown KJ Tlio party who has been nt tlio Tar tree at the edge of tho bidewalk just PERSONAL Miss Lula Oaeu uf Cloverport was in Springs for a two weeks outing returned above Fralzas store All that was letl of the wagon und harness in one piice attendance at the muslcale Monday O P llAubngo was lu the city Monday Dave Heron is ill at Dr Franks His lui Ulbion went to Louisville yoiterdiy tJoseph E Hardin of thin city Geo was tho whip Buck knowing the naBEWLEYVILLE ture of tho mule jumped out early in brother was called to see him Wnllcr Smart wtnt to Ioulsvllto lust weak A Dowell Addison For Ladles and Gentlemen that will prolettymi have been granted Mrs OK Llghtfoot wont to Jrosn river tho action nnd was not injured Itiv Lawis filled the regular appoint Â¬ pensions fiom the glaring hot sun all the dillerent stylo Sumlny Clara Jordan Is Impoving - Sam Pate VisMrs Henry 0 Boyd died in Washing ment of the Itav Forrest Smith handles Try our Snow flake Cream Daisy Kye Sum llakcr of latcs tile was In tho city iting Old Friends -- Other ton City luet Sunday the 27th Inst The Monday It Mack llcrndon nud sister Annie and Graham bread Watch for wagon funeral took place Monday nt the Foun- Â¬ May are visiting their grandmother Marrln Heard of llnriliisburg was in the with white Hag Sulzers Notes city Sunday dry Metiiodist church of which she was Mr Wallet of Hopkiusville arrived II L Kinder tho butcher tuts placed Miss Eunice Crimson It lnllrig rolntics at n member nud her remains weru laid to heie Saturday to sea his wife ami baby Union Star n fluo refrigerator in Ids shop nt n tost of O H Dm y was iu Brandenburg rest in Oak Hill cemetery Mra Boyd Mntbiai Miller of llinlliisimrg was lu tlio f 150 It holds tOOO llij of ice Nothing looks neater than a nice Straw Hat noth Mips Sallie Henry is fully recovered Thursday wns the dnugliter of Mr and Mrs Alf Krlil ly city ing more comfortable to the head than one We Muster George Uoyd while out in tho Iletiiiun of llawesville while tier bus from a recent sickness and la out npnin Mra AdiilphiiH Jordan has been sick Hnirl DU of Itoliurls lloltoin wis In tlio are closing out a line that you can save money by city Monday wheel procession one evening last week band Is the oldest ton of Mr and Mrs Mrs Garland Heudrick of Indian for oeveral days past Mrs 0 b Crosioii took In tho itcnlo nt fell nud cut Ids knee severely getting one this week Alex Boyd of Cloverport Deceased Terrylory Is vislllng her daughter Mrs Prof Sam Pate our extencher visit Stephensport The Mr Montelth touched at the np was about thirty five years of ago and Kennedy Mrs Daniel Friols of Vlctorli was in the friends among us again city yesterday por wharf yesterday evening with an ex- Â¬ had been married about fifteen years Mits Lily McGlothlnn has relumed Dr Wnlker nnd wife called at Fair Dr It W Fryralre lMesvlllo was In tho cursion party from Ilaweaviilo About three years ago Mr Boyd acceptÂ¬ front Camp Herndon nnd reports n Lawn Sunday afternoon cltyyeiterday Tie private picnic nnd barbectio near ed a government position iu Washing- line time Roland Smith of S ephensnort was In tho TStith has had sovcial thills that Always moving when you hnu one of our pretty city yesterday Sulpurprinir last Suoday was a grand ton nnd has kept Ids family there bince The concert at Sandy Hill was well worsted him considerably Fans They are grtat bretzo stirers A new liuo Mr and Mrs J D JJablago went to Har- - affair and heartily enjoyed by all the The sympathy of many friends here is attended by our young people and praise Hill Grove wns well represented by just in S iiuo new and dainty dcslgrip uioiuurg jiionuay extended to the berieved families is heard oh all sides participants Bewloy vidians Sunday July 21 Mill Amanda Den no of Ulendeaoe Is at A cow barn belonging to W It Moori no mi lenient the Tiir Springs us iteiiuctrs was Weak eyes are made strong dim vision All of our teachers attended the in COMli AND SEIi Mr loorpo M Younjjer and wifo went to man residing nenr Gleandean was dh largely and highly enjoyed by every one stitute at Ilardinsburg last week made clear atyt s at o removed und gran Â¬ Skilliniiii bunday troyi d by lire one night last week The ulated lids or sore eyes of nny kind may much credit is due the young ladies Mrs It M Jolly of Irvington speni Arthur Hajncs and wifo of Union Slur are origin of bo speedily and effectually cured by the the lire is not known The childrens picnic ut the pleasant Thursday a guest vlsitibg In tho city at Dwiy Heights J 0 NOLI E Afsiguee The river is hgli and still rlsliiu with use of Sutherlands Eagle Kye Salvo Its home of John Lvddan wain success in Miss Annie Norton tpint Sun lay with Misses Iina Drury and Blanche Jolly friends at Ilalltown put up iu tubes and sold on a guarantee ev ry way Good Mrs Lyddan is nottd B9ernl more feet ytt to come The are in Brandenburg visitiig Mrs John Mrs E J Dishoff of Irvington is visiting f jr entertaining children especially chances are that the low lands will he by all dealers her son D A lllshou crakes II W Hermlon Is shaking the hands Vflfl c Mary and Irene Jnrboo aro lulling llooIed and tho crops thereon will be de NOTiCE DEMOCRATS Miss Clara Jordan has been sick with TSfRTTAIXr fir HO T stroyed w- relatlros in llawostillo of the people of Irvington and vicinity w typhoid fever for some time but is now Miss lMllh limli of lliitvoatlllo will Ho can have n word meet morn friends fudgii I Q Gregory w host liealh lias ialt GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS improving relatives hero this week been on the dieline for sometime went Precinct Conventions Will Be Held Aunust in a given length of time tliaii any can For the Sale if Counlry produce Mine lulio Monrmin of llondxano is the to Bevio Cain paid a wry pleasant visit 22 -- Counly Convention August 2 1 didal on the Populist licket liulivilld hwl Thursday to liu treated W guest of Mrs K T Ileyror references Ceriiun lluiil Woiern ILitiL TuMi y tru i lump my to her cousin Nannie Lee Jolly of Irvilo was ntrt inpnuied by Dr A A District August 27 131 VitlSliilrtSlrirt UfhurnSlli mil lUlli J II Carson and daughter Miss Vanda Mitmib Greenwood and Carter hap loi ISUIIr KV ington last week pent Sunday in Louisville Simons pened to tpiite n serioiH accident on Miss Ada Drown of Brandenburg Is the The Tula Daniel Society is the name Tlie engagement of Mis ilary How- Haiiiinmiuh1 Ky July 27 1801 In their return from the nmsicalelliursday oi wi ana mii uus mown Kuv mer to Mr waiter Uampell ot Ashland pursuance of tho District Executive Com night Their horse became frightoued tho Juvenile Missionary Band ncently J D Ureenry and family spent a fow dys ltitlng at Wnituiun Station last week Kyis announced The marriago will mittee tf hie the Fourth Congressional threw them out uf the surrey and broke orgauizod here gave themselves Miss Mary Connor of Hookpirt Ind Hard beating rains of which we havo is tako place August t ltlt nt her home in District n County Convention is hereby Miss Greenwoods collar bone bolli susvisiting relatives and frionds In the city JIardinburg called to meet at Hardlnsburg Ky Mon- tained injuries but not so serious ns had an abundauce have damaged the James Crawford i f Stephonport was In Vjnlen Barbee ot Cloverport painter day August 2 1800 nt oclock P M might havo been both nre improving corn fields and raado terribly washed tho city a low hours Monday on business roads Misses Sallie Moorman and Edna Roberts went over to Leitchfleld to bid on the standard time for the purpose of select at this writing of tho Tar Springs weie In the city yesterday W II Cain Jr has a new Jersey calf new Bchool house He returned Mon- ing delegates to attend the District Con- Â¬ Mrs W P tlraham fcnd children Mr V II Smith editor of The Argus he calls Silver Star Carrie day and reports that he hid not see a vention which meets at Elizibethtown She is a b auty and Warden are visiting relative at Walt Ky August 27 1891 to nominate a can- Benton Pa recommends a remedy for and he takes great pleasure iu allowing gldbug Democrat on the trip man dlarrlnua which ho lias used with magic Â¬ hor to his friends W II Dindy of Union Starwas tho guest Beiwie Barbee who was brought home didate for Congress lu this district Fur For Illustrated Cab 1 guc address Several weeks ago ho says of his daughter Mrs ClavtoniCxosson last w ither for tho purpose of selecting dele Â¬ al eilect Mrs J D Williams of Mt Vernon sometime ago from the Methodist Or- W S RTLAND Prceideut Friday I purchased a bottle of Chamberlain s 111 gates lo the County Convention precinct who is spending the summer witli Mrs James 1 Harris and children havo plian bome at Louisville by her father Colic Cholera and Diarrhtui Remedy gono to Michigan to visit her relatives and Galen Barbee is very ill at tho residence meetings shall bo held in each of the Mrs It M Jolly was the guest of Mrs various precincts of the county at the and after using less than ouo third of the Sallie Cain ecvcrnl days last week lrlends PERSIMMON FLAT of Mr Sam Bakor at Patesville XjMr and Mrs Ilruben Miller of llanlins- tihunl voting place in said precinct at 2 contents the results were magical effect Hugh Hardaway if Gustoo pawed bnrg wero tho guests of Mrs Mury J Miller Hal Murray has established tbe rec oclock standard time Saturday August lug an entire euro I heartily and cheerWant a Thresher School house Wdl Be liiaj week through our town on his ord in tlio Cloverport postcfllce He 22 lHJ Each precinct meeting shall fully recommend the retiudy to all Bu- from a visit to his sisterway to and Mrs Joo Culley and vbildrmi who have mailed 180 letters nt one time one day Built by Taxation Mrs Holms Gone Mrs Cale This remedy is select one delegate for enoh twenty five ffering from diarrhtui bsn visiting relntivei in Storrctts bottom ro last week which was Hawkins near Ilardinsburg last week more than any votes nnd fraction over ton votes cast in for sale by A It Fisher druegst to Hardlnsburg homo last week turned Miss Julia Hill who has beon he guest of one persou had ever done before Morris Jolly Irvington spent tho two for tlio Democratic candisaid precinct Miss Maud PhllHps returned to her homo in weeks just past visiting relatives in our John Keenan better known as Uncle date for Governor at the lost State elect ANOTHER WRECK The health of tho community good Leltchfield last Wednesday We uro going to do up things viciuity Morris health is very much Johnnie of Hough Creek dropped dead ion In no event shall any precinct have Mrs llentngray MissDucbanan Miss Ken Â¬ A goodly I umber fiom this place at improved and we trust ho will soon be quick and if you want any of them nedy of Louisville aro tho guests of Mr and Sunday morning His was nearly less than one delegate On the Texas Causes One Man To Be Setended church at Hiles Kun Sunday Mrs CMi Dullltt Fort Hill entirely well one hundred years old and one of tho Basis of representation of the several Dont tnko verely Injured and Others Slightly It II HawkiiH and wifo were the you must bo quick W T Hardin who has been at Mt Vernon oldest school teachers in Breckenridge precincts of the county are as follows Katie and Frank Stith children fron guests of Mr aud Mra Caeb Hawkins time to ask questions or you will Ind for some time was la tbo city last week I url county the Masonic Home Louisville nftor enroute to bis home at Pellrlllo IlardhiBburg Precinct No 1 8 delegates bo to late Sunday u it 8flss Alta Crorion returnod to her homo at spending soveral weeks witli their aunt The Owensboro Messenger last Friday Union Star last Saturday The Greenwood Bros shipped six fine after a pleasant says ii ii Mr L G ViUtor of Brecken- Â¬ As the L II St L cast bound local Mra T P Hardaway went to Sirocco visit with relatives In Cloverport lambs last week but 1 have not learned 1 lot of blue and white embroiderus freight wosnearing Oweusboro last Mon- Â¬ Saturday to visit relutives there Miss Echo Hart who has been the guest of ridge couuty is In the city enrout for Cloverport prices paid ii ii ii 2 j worth 7c quick price 3c ii the Misses ir filth for two weeks returned to the Eliendalo fair He has with him day morning they struck a cow and tho Little kindnersrs and attentions from ber home In Cincinnati Sa urday Sherman Weatherholt of Mow i qua 1 lot of blue prints worth lie to do up ii 3 c i ii ii two flue colts that aro ribbon takers engine and three or four cats left the ones friends in every day life give the Miss Addle Louise Uabbago and brother III is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs quick ic 1 which he will exhibit at tbe fair Stephensport track heart a warm satisfied fading that v iui jsiivruay wuu juiss rimn ana 2 pieces of dotted groes cloth worth 15c 0 Master Will Heron at the cottago It was engine 11 with K II Zirkel sweetens this life Tho beauty of the W M Weatheiholt Nora Oelze of this county has Webster IMis Our quck price only 7 jo per jard MlB8isLuey Johueon Ella Matiiugly Mrs Wa Ramsey after several days vis t u iuoiuuij iu iHKeittuu engineer and Frank Hull fireman both fljwerand ilueuees of tho fruit glvo 2 asyium as attend Bewleyville to ber lister Mrs Albert Miller of Hockport 2 pleasure but tlio friendship of which and Bertha Keys of Cloverport were 10 doz napkins white uud fancy stripe residents of this city ent in ward No 7 She writes to the Big Spring Ind returned home last Wednesday worth 00 at oOi guests at J as Juhusous Sunday Custer 5 The engino kept an upright position they are a token is the lasting benefit James Farris of Tip Top ICy was In the News as she renews her subscription MIsj Nannie Itussell accompanied by 10 pea heavy brown cotton regular price 2 and ran about fifty feet on the ties and city Mast week looking after the apple crop that she is well pleased with her posi- Hudsonvllle The very warm weather aud absence ic our price 1c It is his Intention to buy pretty heavy 0 ground befoio she stopptd The engi- Â¬ of nearly nil the members kept us from Mr Horace Cox of Tobinsport Iud at tion and thinks Lakeland a lovely ltockvale Mrs Sam May and her little daughter Mc Daniels neer reversed tho engine and jumped having a League meeting this week but tended the picnic at Stephensport Satur 20 dcz ladies fast black hose wxilh 10c place SIIss Florence of Hardlnsburg are In the our quck price 5c 3 for his life add suffered a severely Saturday Aug 1 nt half past seven let day city tbe guests of Mr an J Mrs Thomas Lew Itav S G Shtdly will not preach at BallTiwn Picture frames worth anywleic 51 our Is Union Star sprained ankle The fireman was out every body be on hands 5 which is ptogress The entertainment Holt chape wext Saturday night as price 0 Miss Eflle Bradley of Otrensboro who has 3 on the runniug board at the time and he ing so nicely at Hites Itun will be given Lidies Goidkn Rod has been advertised but he will make Mooleyville been visiting in this elty has returned home if you want any remnhnU of car Â¬ The precinct committeeman in each did not jump but held to the engine Friday night Aug 7 I am ruithll d It by her cousin Miss Kffie Swag accompanied his regular appointmen there next Sun- Â¬ pets wo will close them out at half precinct shall call meeting to order and and escaped wdth slight injury The got Sutherlands Iiagle Eye Salve is now will bo a jucctsa day at eleven oclock a m and at 8 cost price Miss Nellie 0 arret t returned to her home In oclock p in ho will preach at tho Elm preside ovor samo and if for any cause calf of one leg and his face were bruised and original iu stylo of package nud med- Â¬ The farmers of this section are getting 10 pes heavy Btraw matting sold at lCc Owensboro Friday acojinpanied by ber aunt tlio committeeman falls to attend or be and skinned but he does not know how ical qualities It is not only a cure for Mrs Jno Pauley who will remain several street Metiiodist church for a threshing macliliin to come price now 10c ing present fulls to call he meeting to or- Â¬ it happened nor by what he was struck all kinds of sore eyes but is guaranteed anxious weeks iu for their out crop is damaging on ac 3 bars best buttermilk soup 10c Dr John M Cohen tho noted oculist der the majority of those present Tlio worst injured man was the front to give satisfaction as an ointment for all nud Morgan and John Lawion of Louls7llle count of so much raiu and optician will be at A It Fishers entitled to vote shall select a White kid belts extra quality Hoc who have been the guests of relatives here chairman brakemau James Stites He was on a sores piles etc By all dealers have gone to Waltman Station to visit their Drugstore in this city Sept 10 11 and Mrs Holms of Evnnsville Iud who Leather bejts black and tan 10c qiiullty who shall preside and the chairman flat car loaded with logs and when his giand pirenti 12 Anybody suffering with any disease and secretary of each IVecinct Conven- companona found him he was sitting on at lTc has been visiting her sister Mrs J as SHE WOULD NOT RETURN HOME Lon Hay wife and son Orvllle of Evans of the eye or needing spectacles will do Johuson of this pace went to Hardlns 50 pair ladies white kid govtb worth the car with both legs broken and the viile are at the Tar Springs tion shall certify to tho County Conven Mr Ray will well to call on him Examination and be them somo time If the water provei to be burg Sunday and will bo the guest of 125 Ht IWc Tie remainder tion the credentials of tho delegates Ions were all unloaded beneficial to bis health consultation free and satisfaction guar- Â¬ from their respect vo precincts Ah and family for a fuw 25 pair ladles shirt Waist sls worth 60 A Meade County Girl Runs Away From home Judge Win of the crow wero uninjured Mr and Mrs I W Short Miss Florence anteed days at2tc The east bound passenger was delayed The foregoing inuat be carried out in Found by HerFather She Would Cottrell Mr and Mrs II A Oese formed a The sad news nncbed relatives here albfespecls except at Hardlnsburg and four hour by the wreck but It brought party yesterday to tbe Tar Springs They The trustees and putrocs of this district t lot gents cud buttons worth 23c at 10c Go Baok Not will be there two weeks yesterday that Benedict Beaveu who Cloverport where tho three precincts of ZIrkel and Hull homo Stites injuries met Saturday for the purpose of coming See cur now line of laces Ibor oil cloth Miss Leila Daniel returntd home Saturd y moved from extra heavy quick price 25c this city to Caneyville a law each of those Magisterial Districts shall may prove fatal though thero are tosome conclusion as to whether thero from an extended visit to relatives In Fords tOncntboru Mcsiener J should bo a tax votid In this district or 1 lot of ladlcb button alio s uistom made tlllo Sho was accompanied borne by Mill months ago had lost two children by meet in joiut meeting If so desired Tho possible chances for reovery Dimple and Mr Albert Hayes nice Hue quality sizj 2 3 4 only ecarlet fever A Mr Troutman of Meade county build a house by sal scrlptiou They precinct committeeman coming first in Latkk Stites died jesteiday morning Mlisei Lena Itensley of Hardlnsburg and These goods aro worth 2 mid 2j lo On tho lUth George twenty months alphabetical order shall call meeting to was in the city Saturday night looking acted wise aud agreed that a tax would Ellen MoUehee of Irvington j and Normon order and preside but if said committee Â¬ close out quirk at 125 for ills sixteen-year-oldaughter who behest and so we will have a good llensley of Hardlnsburg are the guests of old to k sick and he died July 21th Buoklena Arnica Salve man fulls to attend or being present IjIIh Otio day bofore his little tbe Misses Moorman on the bill rau away from home about a week ago house something we have needed for Just n celved 1 lot of fall capes all wool brothers to call meeting to order then either uf The BkstSalvk in the world for Cuts daik colors worth Mrs Marlon Ryan and Mrs Wilson who death Paul our years of ago was strick- Â¬ other committeemen prtsent in eaid dis-Â¬ Ho fouud her at Ida brothers Mr Wm somo time 00 quick prices have been vlilllng relatives here returned to en with the same dread UiseHse and trict shall art In case there la present Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt IthuumFever 125 Troutmana on the Ldtchtleld ron I hut tholr home In Louisville Thursday Miss no present Sores TetterChapped llaudeGhilblaius N S I is the woudcrof the ltlthcen- - Nice drets ginghams worth 15c quick site refused to go back home Mr Trout niter a snort iiiuess oi ouiy thruo days and committeeman then those u Stella Weatbcrhott accompanied them entitled to vote shall select chair Â¬ Corus and all Skin Eruptions- - aud pos-Â¬ man then procured pi Ices 7c A II Rots Louisville who bat ben visit Â¬ ho yellded up his spirit last Ktimlay the the aid i f the police tury man who ahull preside Ail Democrats itively cures Piles or no pay required ing bis oousln Ollle Touiey for seeral days 20th inst They were both burled lu and Democratic youths who wijl bo Â¬ to get her to return but aim positively Got reductions In cur Clothing Derail- Â¬ le It is guaranteed to give perfect satis Â¬ returned home Sunday Thero are several gal voters at tho next November elect ment refused to go The old gentleman broke girls la town with great big tears stilt on their the Catholic cemotory at taitch field Price 25 Ion and all others who Indorse the Nat faction br money refunded I lot of light colored all wool tuita former cheeks down nnd wept bitterly te cause of her The many friends hereof Mr and Mrs ional Democratic platform adopted nt cents per box For sale by Short A refusal to return home witli him He Wlwin Taby hick ve gare her Caitorts Kdgar III1 Harry Mcdoodwln It M Cunprice was J 1000 Bcavln join the Nkws in extending heart Â¬ Chicago and will support the Our qiUk price Hay lies ningham F UaoerBam Stiles and son IUch lift Saturday night for home apparently When she was a ChlU aha crl J for CutorU will be only 3 00 felt sympathy in thle their dark hour candidate ir Congress in tills district erdC P Bush and Hidgely Cayes eutnt In on heartbroken When tho beouna Situ aha clung t CastorU NOTIOEi aro invited to take part In these meet Â¬ Come quick If you va it one the Katie paid the boys off and registered ol distress at tbe Heyser House They say tbe Heyser ings To the tax payers of the Fifth Magis- Â¬ NSI is for salo by JuoI Ilabbago When the hail Children aba care them CutorU Alt our hats uumih shoes havo boon Daisy Beavln eajs This la tho Is one of the best boteln in tbe country J whitviouth Chair B Co Doui Com terial District I will be at Custer Aug Cloverport greatly reduced iu pica Mrs L 0 Oregory and ion Orvllle west to wont time to argue politics I ever mvf Dr Milton Boauu Secretary Come quick if von want tleto bargains 18 Constantino Aug II Hudsonvllle Louisville Sunday to see her husband who ts Why I will be just spreading my self to there undor the doctors Ills betlth Is not at some fellow from out in the couutry Aug 20 Buiaa Aug 21 You are noli The Great Bargain Store gtruek all good acd his family aro uneasy about him BESTINQUAlIV JOST IN QUANTITY fid to meet me at bald plact s and settle thinking that I am just playlnd h geu Ills frieads here a I hope that bo may recover Last Fridays pwensboro Meaeeriger alt taxes now due and eouae horau a new man erally with this free silver crazrygs they Geo Yeakel Co How culillllull ntr rhriiiito Ha S A Patk Shorlfl ttfrs Dr F M Snlth and daughters Miss call it when he will ask me a few ques- Â¬ said Mr Jerry Til ford condticlor on ii ptculUr tu Wvintn Wuuicu kuuw freight o the L II and tt L LaFayette and MIsiFannle Mrs 1 H Mur- Â¬ tions and I get the local iluy arrtlue lo dcruujtil kUorysaml all tangled up Then I ray and daughter Miss Allleno Mrs W U failure uf itellcule orgus to ncrfotta John Farmer and Mis Geori Willaon was overcome by heat in tho yardt PKANDKNnURO Ky Smart Misses Laura SatterSeld NeUle and soon dlccovur that the jay knows more tbtir tuluial Aiuctlun yesterday while wHejdg and was got in a dispute over tbo money ques Â¬ Minnie Simons and A 11 Koss Louisville about this money qtiwrtlon than I do made up a party that had a good tin at tbe a eottveyed to the tion and farmer was fined 100 and prostrated He W K IIAPNBS A H KINCilELOU mp Harvest lloao PI nie Steplensport Uil Sat Â¬ The Harvest Home pienlo given at fct Frances hotel where Dm Hale and cost in tint city court urday BARNES KIKCHELOE Btephespert t Saturday wm a splen Â¬ Fwnlleton were called in ad utcel Buchu cormts the prltunry causehcaU ing il MrcUKtbtolor ihrse orjfmas did in Its t vein of success suariBtrs lo The Tests everyaucciw financially socially sad K 4 hi reviving him and Yesterday uf rem YEARS value tUelt iul you will hae clear other way The Ho ATTORNEYS f LAW teraww wm rf garded as out of danger Has led alt WORM RemedlM complexion and better health shewmi na hklng powdw Minor and young Mr Adktaaoa EVERY lOTTLE IUARANTEEO HARDINSBURd KY - truths about the politiMl lmntotdaowa hetigfc stWl jwdwlisg from the sheet so pure se grmt In 1YSOLD HVAU VKVUOliTM of the ami will weVbe able to quit his reom trpmt4 1 Collation ami eftfciomnt uf 1km Im T ihh day wills SUarta band fllld up the tor a day or tw attMitB3ni akitAisi re Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair LOCAL BREVITIES D1X Tutts Pills Â¬ Cure All Liver Ills WHEW Aint CREAM Twenty Years Proof Hot and diy just awful BAKING r POWDER Tow Linen Pants Cant UNDERWEAR Â¬ Tutts Liver Pills UMBRELLAS Â¬ A Â¬ Â¬ STRAW HATS Â¬ There Is a Breeze Â¬ a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ vv t SULZERS J M vsVsvkvvfc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Bethel College Russellville Ky Â¬ Â¬ Accessible Healthful NineSshools Thoroueh Instruction No Saloons Expenses Moderate Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Quick Sales Come at Once Â¬ Â¬ 24 34 13 I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ d Â¬ Â¬ m 1 lj4nyfttfcw jlAorrierk WINTERSMITHS WORMS wuTPC naciu Worlds Fair r Happy Chew Too lip Gum Grow Rioh and be VERMIFUGE so AT All Dealers Sell It BUCHU ffru utantloo 4 L V f -- Ct veiling Pwer i -- - THE BRHXGKNftlDGR HRWS OLOVRRPOHf KY US Govt Report chut fo homo you hs An llluMrntion might bus ytiur aullou on the following resolution which was a lopted by tho Hi publican Nxly mcoiid Oeneral Awinbly after Uenentl Charles Uronveiioi in is anil now chief niitheiimli then i Ian of the V Kinley miinagenieiit hail math a pottt rf til speech In its advocacy JJesolvetl by the ieuernl ARsemhly of tint utaln of Ohio Thnl common lion rely to the taxpayer the letter and the spirit of tho contrail limit r which the gieat body of Its ilitlebleduepH was as sumed by the frilled Stales and I run 11 iiauelal wisdom each and all demanded the restoration of tho silver dollar tolls former rank ns la fill money If you n ijulre something moro recent why lake this declaration from the Nat Â¬ ional Republican platform of 1SS8 which was heartily indorsed by Governor For uker Charhs Fobtir Major McKlnluy Mpjor Butterworlh and tho rest of tho Ohio delegation to tliu Chicago Conven- Â¬ tion which ailed to nominate Senator Sherman fur President The Republican party is in favor of the use of both god and silver as money and condemns the pulley of the Dem- Â¬ ocratic Administration Iu its efforts to tJURML OF POPE PIUS IX juii it I Latest Baking dydA Powder PURE VggaeX ieiii ABSOKUTEEY W I THEB1MR1T OF TORYISM Pockery lias purchased a flue horse Tlio tloilr lViillnl Up In n Trmpomrj Tomb Until It I Till In Ihe Crjiit IVw saw the Frrie which followed when tho good popes body hnd lain four days iu state unit wits then placed iu its coftln nt night to bo hoisted high mid swung noiselessly Into tho tempoÂ¬ rary tomb above the small door on tho east side that is to tho left of the Chapol of tho Choir It was for a long timo tho custom that carli popo should lio thcro until bis succihsor died when his btxly was removed to the monument The intenso itching and smarting incident to eczema tetter Bilt rlioiimnml other UiMire oillio skin Is instantly allured ny applying Uiismberiainn mm Min Ointment Many very bid cares havo xcn permanently curcii it It ii rntiallr efficient for itching pile ami a ritorlto rem edy for oro nipples chapped hands chil Â¬ blains frwl bites nnd clinmlo soro eyes For mlii by drugls at 25 cents ivr box diseascs or THD SKIN Â¬ LOGAN FEMALE COLLEGE Faculty of twelve Icnclicrs educated Building-- large nnd well equipped bcs1 schools of lliis ttniiitiy anil Kuropu Ihii couises leading in the Music course endorsed by the New England Cuncfcurry lo degrees 13oston Patronage fioni nine slates last year Terms rca son able A G MURPHEV Pros Russellville Ky Address Je it Uai Always Exislrd in Opposition to Democracy- - For riutocrnts to Kick Is Nothing Now The cry of nlnrm sliieli tlio organs of In the Millou Coke hts tho Jolly Malum ncliool Mrs Ulna Cannon fell and broke her prepared for it in the meantime and tho ikijio just dead was laid in tho samo place TryDr Todys Condition rowdcrs they are jiut what a horse nerds when in bad condi- Â¬ tion Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge All About Lots confided tho fnro Sny Im iu love dealer to tho lookout during a lull iu J 0 BOURN It J M UAIirKK DANlfL 1IKD0K BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO the money power have raised present campaign is not without its prrt edenl in tho early tin h of the lepnhlic I fist enim When ilioniaa fillers cinted lio principles of the ileinocratie party lie was openly denounced hy the members of the opposing party wlio charged him with plotting the no tion of the goverment IIaing just returned from Trance whoro ho represented tills country in a diplomatic capacity liu was accused of having iuibihed the spirit of tliu lreuch revolution and of being u uian entirely too dangerous to ho trusted leUerhon however laid tho foundation of a national prosperity such as this country lias never before enjoyed When Andrew Jackson made his apÂ¬ pearance in public life he wiut assailed by every vicious term which could lie found in tho vocabulary of abuse Tho administration of Jackson however not only inaugratcd an era of prosperity but it placed tho goverment on snch a firm lluancial basis that public confidence could not bo disturbed Kvery groat reform movement brings out a pirit of toryism which vents itself in foul prediction of disaster But in spite of these predictions the country prospers Trie New York Journal in art cent editorial calls attention to tliu fact that two of its contemporaries The Kvening post and Tho Commercial Advertiser have been in existence for something over a hundred years and that among their own tiles could lu fcund thochargts which the organs of the money power in those days had hurled ngiiuht tliu demo cratic party Keferrmi to tlitbe lie Tho Journal dtr Â¬ Â¬ says r Ice Cream Made by a New Proceis I have an Ico C am Fret zr Hint will Pad Kecnans Mulct Ran OlTwith a Mowing fretzj cream instantly The cream is put into tlie frei zur and comes out in Machine New Culvert Needed etantly smooth ami perfectly frozen at Iron Ore Spring This iibtouibht s popleand n crowd will gather to see the f v z r iu operation and Miss Furrow Ueich Fork was the they will all wantto try the cream You guest of Mibs Iteatrce Toul Sunday can sell cream us fist as it can bo made V H liurton Hock Yale was the and sell freezers to many of them who would not buy an old style freezer It guebt of C I Hambleton Saturday night it K Newman visited Ids uncle IJ F is really a curiosity nnd you can tell DeJemette Hancock county last week from So to S worth of cream and six to twelve freezers everyday This makes Misses Uuby and Xauniu Itjnu are at Â¬ a good prolil thtsehnrd times and h a tending the teaclurs institute at liar pleasant employment J F Casey A Co dinaburg lUim Charles St t Louis Mo will Mrs Joseph Campbell is visiting her bend full particulars and information in father Mr Henry Willson Hancock reganl to this new invention on applica County tion and will employ good salesuunon Mr and Mrs Joe Campbell gave a fealary social Wedni sday night in honor of their friend Mr lee Jones TALLYING rINEAPPLES Misses Maggio and Eifie Hambleton visited their aunt Mm Letitla llrickey Quirk Work Dune In Ilniiilllng the Frail til tlio New York Ytliurf Saturday and nttended church at Clover Tho pincapplo n acou lasts from about Creik Sunday March 1 to about Arg 1 New York SninlTaulGleaudean Mr and Mrs gets pineapples from tho Florida keys Kli Taul Dalltown nnd Mr anil Mrs Joo lrom tho West Indies und from tho Ba Mullen were gusts of Mr and Mrs Y hamas Soiso roino iu steamers eomo in sailing vessels Pineapples from Ha 15 Taul Sunday vana by steauur arc brought in barrels Pad Keeuaus mules ran away with and crates Piucapplcs brought iu sail Â¬ his mowing machine nt Win Brickeys ing vessels nro brought mostly iu bulk not thrown iu loosely howuvor but WednesJay the only damage was to the fnngly stowed so that as many as pos machine w hich was pretty badly wrecked biblo may bo ct into a vessel If Njuiru Walker doesnt order lumber On tho wharfs hero pineapples for a Culvert at tho Iron Ore Spring we brought iu bulk mo handled with great will all have to go around by Balltown celerity Man iu tlio hold of tho vessel to get to Cloverport this winter It is fill bushel baskets with thorn nnd baud almost impossible to get throuli that tho baskets up on deck whero they nro pnfescd along nnd set up on tho string mud hole now pieco of tlio wharf Tho trucks in which tliuy nro to bo carted nwny aro backed VERY GOOD REASONS down handy A box of suitablo height undjwbich is ns lonjr ns tho trnck is Why a Republican Is Under No Obli witlo is placed nt tho end of tho truck A man standing near on tho whnrf lifts gation to Support the Gold tho baskets from tho stringpieco and Bug Platform sets them up ou thin box Two men stand nt tho box each with a basket of Cincinnati limjulrcr pineapples in front of him to count tlio racy CINCINNATI CAN you m mk a pines and throw them into tlio truck MMIIK ItEAhOX WIIV A ItertTIIIICAVHHOUIil which has racks nt tho sides j lengths of Why sudor with Coughs Colds and DTK Itlll lUKK SHVKIl board aio placid acroxs tho cud ns tlio taUrippo w lien Laxative 1iomo Qui mm load rises Two mill stand in tho truck OHIO REPUBLICAN will euro you iu one day Does not pro Â¬ Well from a partisan standpoint and lo lovel tho fruit as it conies to them Tho two counters nro export k and they duce the ringing in the head liku Nil work witli git nt rapidity and steadiness phato of Quinine Put up iu tablets conkeeping pineapples goiug all tliu lime venient for taking Guaranteed to cure Kneli until picks up two pineapples at a or money refunded Price J5 Cents time oiio witli each hand and gives For sale by A II Fisher them n to s into tlio tmck Loth men counting as they jo along cmo after au other one How a Woman Paid Her Debts two three our I was troiibhd i long linic with live und mi on up each count mean A lady in Lexington says I nm out hick hfuilnrhc It wt usually ncing two pinenpplts When they striko of debt and thanks to tho Dish washer rnitipaiiicd with m tie pallia iu tho one bundled tho tallyman uuikos n business Iu the past six weeks I have t luph s and silliness tit the stom Â¬ ard Family Medi- Â¬ straight chalk mink tin tliu cud of tho made fcoJO Kwry houso keeper wauts ach 1 tried u good many remedies truck that stands for 200 piucapplcs Great RESTORER cine Cures the n dishwasher and any intelligent person Hestores psrfect recommended for Whilu ho is making tho chalk mark tho nearur vior anu othercuunterlueps right ou und ho may can sell thum with big profit to himself complaint hut this roinliocxt udJ re common every day havo got up to two or threo again it Wii not until 1 be The Dishwasher is lovely you can wasli moves all nluln I T for it takes n hfcoud or two to mnko tho Sfk cles to marriaee gun taking and dry tliu family dishes iu two minutes ills of humanity chalk mark but by that timo tlio tally Restores the and without wettiug your hands You entire nervous uian is nt it again chlinlwr in with svstcru and itopt all can get particulars by addressing The four mid uwny they go together viuti lotues iio wriEfl ft IMLs that I received Mound City Dishwasher Co St Louis again counting up rapidly toward an Â¬ movea effects of the v niiv f liliiir lik fi iiriimi- Mo Tliero is big money in the busiuei s Bins of youth and ex other hundred If u mini on tho load ceases of inter yean neiit benefit A sin- finds it sptcktd pine ho drops It over for an agent I expect to clear 1000 the Removes all effects pie bo of these pills did tho work the side of tho truck into n basket that coming year I need tliu money why of illulpalion and re stands there nnd says pairs all waste jilaces Onoout lor mi und I am now it well man Tho not make it Miss OK Cures Insomnia And tallyman tosses In ono without countII Hi Kast Auburn Me restores refrtuhlug ing to keep I ho count good lor the ripnl euro of Constlpa deep Cures Im McDANIELS Ah fiut as tlio counters empty tho potence and restores lion Dyspepsia Biliousness Xau baskets they push them off tho box nnd full vital power se i unit nil disorders of bloimicli Cures all wasting the man ut tho stiingpiecobctsup a full Dr Hart Sells His Cattle Carwlle Is Out Iiver nnd Jiowcls tako onti lu its pluco uud tho couutors koop development to all parti of the body on Bon- d- Milt Coke Will Teach tho pineapples going without cessation NEHVE LIFE Is the ouly purclf so lent Hie treatment and atTonls relief from at Jolly Station At tho fifth hundred tho tallyman makes tlio first ttHys tine It removes the cause a mark diagonally acrots tho four ho and assists uuture to effect a cure Cures has already mndo in tho commonly Mr Ham Parson has tho typhoid ever Rtiuranteed SpocUl discount to physicians gCURES NOTHING BUT PltESg used method of tallying freight but Our new treatise on Nervous Diseases thoso llvo marks hero stand for 1000 Mrs Charley Jarboe is ou tho sick 7 A BUBS mrtJt nlm M Pills free in plain sealed wrapper for two 2 cent pineapples On n double truck thcro aro m list m known for IB year as the stamps Mention this paper and Diploma t Worldi usually carried from 1000 to 5000 Scod J6c lor Trlil TfMlmnn io4 b CavUc4 iBEST REMEDY fcr PILES ft Cry piucapplcs j on n singlo truck from NERVMIFE MEDICAL CO Atk your druwht ter Ajeri StrusariHa a 000 to 3000 Now York Sun KAIAUAJOO MICH tew rmuijHeiiHt jus Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ man-of-warÂ¬ Â¬ h Â¬ CARBO-DIGESTIVE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In tho campaign of IbUO Marcellus supposed to be Hamilton pedicted in The Commercial Advertiser that Jeller son if elected would turn out every Federalist oflice holder tumble the financial system of the country into ruin at one stroke and thus of necessity stop all payment of interest on tliu public debt and bring on universal bankruptcy and beggary lie would dismantle the navy so that every vessel which fl lut ed from cur shores would bo plundered or captured The scarred veterans of the rovolutiuri deprived of their pensions would be seen starving in the ntreet or living on tho cold and precar- Â¬ ious supplies of charity The ollicers of the goverment unable In collect their nidariefl would resign and counterfeiting would be practiced witli impunity Susbcqucnt events proved thepo pie dictions to bo utteily without foundation Tho policy of Mr Jellerson was radical but htrietly American and it eventuated in unbroken national pros perity Continuing this discusdon The Journal observes Ken after JelTersonrf election the alarmists continued their gloomy predic tons for n time The Kveiug Post w hich from its very earhebt days have had the habit of collecting its valuable opinions in pamphlet form putting them on sale in it counting room and then suppnss tlieui when it finds it advisable to alter its course attacked his first message in a riea articles signed Iucim Crawus Tliu verdict of Cratsu otherwise The lost was that message of tlio president by what Â¬ The ever motive it may have been dictated is a performance which ought to alarm all who are anxious for the safety of our iovtrment for the respectability and welfare of our nation It makesaro aims nt making a most prodigious sacrifice of constitutional energy of sound principle and of public intertst to tjo popularity of one man Tho malicious flings which tliu organs of tho money power have inadu nt Ir Ifryan iu this campaign are no mora reprehensible than those which wero made at Mr Jefferson in tho early part of tliu contury Just ns tho cause of tho people triumphed under Jufremm and subsequently under Jackson so it will triumph in the presont campaign under tho standard btarer of democ -- arm Tuesday night T Cannon has gone to St Jouis to tho Populist Convention Joe larson and family visited lEuth last Saturday and Sunday JJrrJ II Hart lias sold liU fifty head olllno steers at J els per lb Kd McDonald of Henderson is visiting ids fathers family at this place John Cam He tho man who killed Dill Kariey is out on ball of 000 Miss Olive- Adkis8on tho milliner has h ft for her homo in Meade Countv demonetize silver licit iu the same line is tliu financial Jurboo Ilros have purohasrd lr McMu lln store house ami lot for the kclaratlon of the Republican National Convention of IS- 1sum of 1100 The American p oplu from tratlition Henry Cannon will teach the fill ami intt rest favor bimetallism nnd tho school nt this place beginning tliu first Republican party demands the use of Monday in August both goltl and silver ns standard money S II Henegars little daughter who witli Mich restrltlionsautl under such lias been so sick at her grandpas is provisions to be determined hy legislanow betternnd gone home tion as will wciiro tho maintenance of kDr MeMullin lias purchased the farm tliu parity of values of the two metals so und handsome resilience of Milton Coke that the purchasitg and debt paying formly tho Whitlinghill property for power of the dollar whether of silver the sum of 100 goltl or paper shall bo nt nil times equal Nick Murcer of Kansas is visiting The interests of the producers of tho friends nnd relatives iu this comunity country its humors nnd Its workiugmen he gives n glowing discription of that demand Hint every dollar paper or coin country lie will return in about one issued by tho Governmant shall bu ns month good as any other We commend tho wise and patriotic steps already taken by our lWtsry opportunity wo omit obscures Government to secure an international conference to udipt such measures as some pleasure we might have known will inturo a parity of value between A woman who is troubled with nervous headaches end omits to try and cure gold and silvtrfor use ns money through Â¬ them by lUmons Tonic Iiver Pills ob out the world scures all the pleasure of perfect health A dose of Ayers A stitch in time This famous remedy is tliu greatest spe cific ever known for tlio cure of bilious- Pills has saved many a fit of sickness ness sour stomach ami all forris of ills but when a remedy does not happen to bo ordered liver It works gently yet eller t at band slight ailments are liable to bo ually Give it one trial It cobts lint neglected and the result frequently is Jo cents and your druggist keeps it serious illness therefore aiwavs bo sup piel with Ayers Pills Sample dose free Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PISGAH Sick Headache Permanently Cured Â¬ tho play Tho church was nhnost dark and Why you dont know what love only in theChaiol of the Choir und that is laughed Ihe lookout of tlio Holy Siicnfmcnt which nro op Dont you belloo it retorted tho posito each other u number of big wax dealer Loo is n gnnio that Cupid candles shed a yellow light In tho deals Ho has a crooked layout aud tho CATTLE HOGS AND SHKEP nicbo over the door a mason was still at bauk wins every lct If you copper a work with a tallow dip clearly visiblo case iu his gnnio its sure to win if you from bolow The triple rolllns stood ho piny n cine ojicii it looses and youro In LOUISVILl F rO BOURBON STOCK YARDS fore tho altar in thu Chapel of tho Choir big luck if you dont get whipsawed in Opposite where tho lody still lay tho every turn If n mini calls tho tnm its Noblo guards nnd tho Swiss guards iu New a 1 to 10 shot ho drops dead their brcuM phi tin kept watch with Orleans Tinies Demncrnt -drawn swords mill hal herds Tlio Noble guards carried tho bier on A ItfRHl llrldal Olft tiieir sliouldcis in tolcmn procession A good story is told of tho lato Baron QzftP off with chanting choir robed bishops nnd Hirscli A charming young girl well tramping soldier round by tho Confes known lu Loudon society married an sion nnd acitiKs thu church nnd lifted equally well known guardsman Neither the btxly into the collln Tho pope had was overricli The barons wedding been very much IxdoMtl by all who were gift at the instigation of the lrinco of near him and moro than ono gray Wales was n siccial train to Constanhaired prelate shed tears of genuiuo tinople und back for tho honeymoon grief that night nnd a three weeks stay at tlio best hotel In tlio cofllu in accordance with nu in Constantinople Loudon Tit Bits ancient custom a bag was placed containing medals one of gold ono of Candling eggs is the one iufalliblo silver nnd ono of hronzo for each of tho Way to test them This is dono iu n 111 years during which Popo Pius had dark room witli a candle gas or electric reigned uud a history of tho pontifilight When tlio egg is held close to tho cate written on parchment was ulso light if fresh it will uppenr n pinkish deposited nt tiro feet of tlio body yellow and if otherwise it will bo dotWhen tho leaden collln was soldered ted with opaqno spots or be entirely dark six seals weio placed uikhi it ilvo by by tho archivist of tho cardinals undone By doing good witli his money a During tho man as it were stamps tlio imago of Chapter of St Peters wholo ceremony tlio prothouotnry apos- Â¬ God upon it and makes it pass curreut tolic tho chancellor of tho apostolic for tho merchandise of heaven Kut chanilicr und tlio notary of tlio Chapter ledge of SU Peters wero busy pen in baud Buying mixtures of spirits Prune juico aud water writing down tlio detailed protocol of for Bourbon Whisky wlitm you get the tho proceedings Tlio last absolution was pronounced Pure and Unadulterated and tho cofllu iu its outer cuso of elm was slowly moved out and raised in CARBO DIUESTIVE For abou the same Money slings und gently swung into tha niche Tlio masons bricked up tho opening in OM Coon Hollow 250 a gal tho presence of cardinals and guards and long lieforo midnight tlio uiarblo Oliler Coon Hollow 300 a gal slnh enrved to represent tho sido of a Oldest Coon Hollow 360 a gal sarcophagus was iu its placo with its Tho great nervo remedy for INDIGKS No charge for packing TTON simple iiihciiption Pius IX P M Malnutrition NERVOUS EX HAUSTION PALPITATION OF THE Fine 4 yr old Whisky 200 a gal Marion Crawford in Century I1EAKT IxisB of Appetite Flatulency Jug and plain box 25c additional Constipation Billiousness and kindred TURNER THE ARTIST ntfections One teaspoonful of this elixir Supplied in any quantities Some Unlluttcrlnc Pen 1ortralU of the will digest 2000 grains albumen Mail orders promptly shipped Terms Cash Great Matter of LoinilBCttpe Does your food sour after eatiny Are Do Oil the whole tho portraits of Turner you easily confused and excited in uftcr lifo cannot bo said to bo satis- you get up in tho morning tired and tin factory or convincing Turners was refreshed and with a bad taste in the doubtless a baflliug face full of charac- Â¬ mouth Is there a dull cloudy sensation at- Â¬ 2d and Main Sts Louisville Ky ter which wasdifllcult to scizo without tended by a diaagreeable feeling in the showing little of tho fiuo head and eyes caricature bpirit nnd poetical fceliug which wero Are you irritable nnd restless displayed in his works and becoming Does your heart thump aud causo vou courser uud redder its ho advanced in to gasp lor breath after climbing a light life a faeo that rejected ull attempts of stairs Thli U tho tcst market and onrs h tho best bouo to ship to Wo mnVo llbornl nd Does it distress yon to lie on your left nt idealization at least iu tlio hands of vanrcs on consignments Besides wo havo better Xacllltlci than houses In many law factories to supply Ao get yon tho ton prlco andother spot cash liavtnu side pay thoso who tried uot iu trad No traveling agents Ship nil your wool and farm produoo direct to Have you impaired memory dimness Kouo of tho written descriptions of of vision depression of mind and gloomy HERNDON A red Jewish foreboding him is very nttractivo 110 Third Street or 313 to 310 Murrell Court LOUISVILLE KY face witli staring bluish gray eyes the These symptoms are sometimes acsmallest nnd dirtiest hands ou record companied by frightful dreams and are his complexion was very coarso and always distressing to a degree caused by weather beaten his cuticle that of n no other class of ailments and means RJTE8 The mostccntr II j located s stagccoiichmuu or an old that you are suffering from Dyspepsia Hotol Inltvcilg boatswafn this according to Thorn and Nervous Exhaustion There is no other remedy extant that bury wus tlio impression ho mndo ou less cntliudnstio friends Turner has done bo much for this class of trouhad Hue intelligent eyes dark blue or bles as mazarine said Mr Trimmer his old ft friend but as it is said of Swifts they wero heuvy rather than animated Lesiio writes Thcro was in these conditions It corrects fact nothing elegant iu his appearance the stomach all perform its naturul causes functo of elegance as ho was iu art Ho tions and will be found superior to Cod full might have been taken for tho captain Liver Oil as a fattening agent It puri- Â¬ of u river steamer at first sight but a nes and enriches the blood by causing j second would Hud far moro iu ills face tho food to assimilate properly than belongs to any crdiuary mind If your case has resisted thu usual Unfortunately no artist lias recorded methods of treatment we are particularly that second sight Mr Watts if ho anxious to have you give this Compound had trietl might havo dono so but who a trial We guarantee relief in every case and clso Cosmo itonkhouio in Scribncrs OLD RELIABLE will cheerfully refund your money should our remedy fail to produce the most Whero Wu UeT Tliu Forarshiro lairds of a rcmoto gratifying results Please remember that day wero wont to go weekly to great Patent Medicine does notthe appellation apply to contains Oxygen and NitroDundee uot so greut then to diuo early Scotts Carbo Dlgestive Compound gen in the proportion of one but too well uud ride away homo uot in overy easo very fit for the saddle It is a prescription put up by a leading to five Tho road rau eastward for bonio miles physician who has made stomach and For 0HILLS and FEVER on n height above tho Tny a steep nervous troubles a specialty for years Wo court investigation and earnestly grassy slopo 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