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HW HIXW ULUiMULJ HIUHOUJiKSBTLI jt - n THE BRECKENR1DGE NEW T VOL XXI A CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 5 1896 crat htTiins income n rampant repub lino and her camera lias caught tor lican This chiiugo of ftnnt was said to bits of wont ry ii almost every comerlur of iiavo liccn tv lesultof what ho considered the laud She is an i xnei I amateur pho the partys fuiluru in udmiiiisliutinit tographer and has i revived diplomas for Young Sewail was mm of tho leudots of her woik iu Paris N w York and Bos tho Herd delegation at St Louis and is ton ono of tho leaders of tho Young Hn When tho iniWH of hrr husbands publican movement iu Maine His nomination for tho vlco presidency was namo will always bo meutioiud in con brought to her by her ron Harold M nection with the Into history of Samoa Sowali it was a surprise that was not Ho was born in Hath in 1800 Having altogether pleasing for since tho retire been fitted for college iu tho public ment of Mr Sowali fiom tlio piesidenoy schools of his native town ho entered of tho Maine Central railroad bIio had Harvard university in 1878 indulged tho lioio that ho would rctiro In 1882 ho graduated with high hon from tlio activities which had crowded ors and immediately thereafter i ntered his busy and successful lifo and enjoy tho Harvard law t chool wbcio hu com tho comfort of his beautiful Washington pleted tho full tlireo years eonr o and street homo iu tlio society of their chilreceived tho degree of LL B In dren who resido close bj Tho wifo of Mrs Sownlls sou Unt March 18S7 ho hcranio consul general at Apia Samoa In that pmition lie old M was Miss Camilla Loyal Ashe camo into national prominence The of San FrnticNco daughter of Hichaid affairs iu Samoa at that timo worn very Ashe who won honors iu tho Mexican Sho is the niece of Admiral Ear complicated Germany wanted to oxer War rngut for whom tho grandchild of Arcko a protectorate over tho inland which would Iiavo resulted iu her an thur Sewail was named in Mrs nexing tho best of them England and Tho oilier daughter-in-lathu United States wanted n native gov Â¬ William I Sewail who was Miss Mary Sumner of Worcester Mim ernment Tlio part of his wiiolo lifo in which Harold Sewail scon attracted atten Â¬ tion by his official course Ho was finally Mr Sewail takes tho greatest interest is summoned to Washington by Secretary his career as a shipbuilder and ship His belief iu tho future of Bayard and frequently nppcared befoio owner thu senato committco on foreign rela- Â¬ American shipping lias nover Hugged tions Ho testified so freely and fully Indeed hu is about tho only man iu tlio Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ NO 3 D CAIN LUMBER Nr SKETCH OF ARTHURSEWALL Democratic Candidate For Vice President BUSINESS AND POLITICAL CAULLIL Of Revolutionary Stock and a Shipbuilder A Typo of tho New England Ho Busi- Â¬ ness Man Began Lift as an Apprentico Tho tiroat Apostlo of Wooden Ships His Wifo is an Artist and Ono of His Sons Is a Republican Mr Sowalls Plain Words About Froo Coinago 1 h r ho Arthur Scwnll of Bath Mo Democratic noiiiinco for vico president ia better known as a nmn of business tlmn as n politician although for many yenr pnst hu hai taken prominent part in tlio Councils of tho Democratio party Ho is a typo of tho New England busi- Â¬ ness and social maguato as developed in tho tough hard working communities of Maine Tho elder Bewail was a shipbuilder in Bath Mo in tho early years of tho century and his son Arthur succcedod to the business Tlioy aro an old and illustrious family coming to this country from Coventry England in 1034 In tho colonial times tho Sewalls wcro prominent in publio affairs always Dunimcr Sowali grandfather of tho present Arthur wentto Maiuo in 1702 and purchased tho tract of land whereon now stand tho Sewail homes and ship yards William D Sewail a son of Dunimcr was tho llrst shipwright of the family beginning with his llrst ship in 1823 Ho always built for himself and as a rule besides continuing to own tho vessols somo member of tho family captained them until tho number became to supply too numerous for t with unicorn In tho 73 years sluco tlioy began they havo turned out 7 brigs 07 full rigged ships 17 sohooners 1 barks all wooden and in tho last fuw years Iiavo turned thoir attention to steel vessels of which tho Dirigo was tho first Tho family had no small famo at ono time as being tho ovners and builders of tho largest vessels afloat Arthur Sowali was boru Nov 2fi 18H3 Ho was educated in tho public schools of his xiativo city and entered his fathers shipyard as an apprentico In tho courso of timo ho and his brother Edward succeeded to tho business They formed tho firm of E A Sowali This was in tho year 1854 When Edward Scwall died in 1870 tho firm uamo bo camo A Sowali Co A Fortune Well Won By successful management of his va Â¬ rious shipping interests Mr Sowali has amassed a considerable fortuuo Ho in n man of sterling integrity and general worth and lias always hold a high placo socially in tho community in which ho lias lived from childhood Mr Sowali served in tho city govern ment as alderman two years Ho was director of tho Maiuo Central railroad mid early in tho eighties became its president In 1883 ho became president of tho Eastern road and continued in that ofllco until after its consolidation witli tho Boston and Maine when ho was mado n director in tho hitter com- Â¬ pany In 1888 lto was chosen n member of the national Democratio committee Iu 1873 ho was present at tho Demo cratio national convention iu Cincinnati and saw Horace Ureeloy nominated In 1880 ho wu8 a dolegato at largo from jUrilno to tho national Democratio con vention at St Louis and in 1884 was present at tho Democratic national that nominated Cleveland and n dolegato at largo to tho St Louis convention iu 18U2 Although Bath has al ways been hopelessly Republican Mr Lowall has been u lifelong Democrat Personally Mr Sowali is stroug courageous competent and well bal To nso nncod uicutolly and physically tho conimou phraso ho carries his ago Ho is a splendid oxamplo of well physical manhood lias n soldierly bear ing and 1b what might bo termed a fiuo looking man Although his hair and mustache aro slightly tinged witli gray tho wrinkles of ago iiavo soutcely mado their appear nuco upon his face mid ho looks ton years younger than ho really is Ho lias strong massive- features full peuctrut Jug oyes aud n largo stalwart figure that seems us solid us u wall of rook ilo is highly esteemed by his neighbors who say of him that ha is an idoal citizen and a firm friend In 1850 Mr Sewail married Emily Dunouu Crooker daughter of a promi Â¬ nent citizen of Bath Three children wcro boru to them Harold M Sowull former cousul general toSomoaj Wil Hum D Sewail a junior momber of tho shipbuilding firm uudDummcr Sowull who dlod in iufanoy Harold Sowull was sent to Samoa at tho timo of tho Samouu outbreak by President Cleveland Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - - - wmmrngMUSKsk WMmmSm Ii II Iff I r 1 fiy Â¬ before that committee Unit Secretary Bayard requested his resignation on tlio ground that his openly expressed views on Sumoan affairs did not agree with thosdof thostato department His ies ignation was tendered and accepted Tho wifoof thovico presidential noiii- Â¬ inco is Uwomuu of raro mental attain- Â¬ ments Sho is possessed of an artistio temperament nnd great ability as a painter to which u largo collection of water colors and landscape photographs mado by her on two continents bears witness Mrs Sewail was educated at a then famous fitting school in Ipswich and afterward traveled iu England remain Â¬ ing nbroud for a considerable time Gifted with tho jiower of observation and with tlio ability io reeoguizo tlio interesting her reminiscences of Eu Â¬ ropean lifo nro charming whenever they nro called up iu tlio companiousliip of her intiiuuto friends Though her health has not been good for several years sho is iu no senso un invalid Mrs Sowull has boen a student and a vrido reader uud is proficient iu French which has nlwaya been n favorito lun guago with her Sho is thoroughly ac Â¬ quainted with tliis country having visited cveiy part of it Sho has crossed to tlio Pacific on every transcontinental Â¬ country wlio lias persisted in building ships in tlio face of what other builders have considered disaster During tho first administration of Cleveland grass grew in every wooden shipbuilding yard on both coasts But during tho last few years of tlio eighties Mr Sewail believing that a tnrn for tho hotter had or soon would come rcuincd building and with greater earnestness than ever before Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Of 111 health despondency nnd despair gives way to tho snnshino of hope happiness aud health upon taking Hoods Snrsupaiillu heuiutu it gives renewed lifo and vitality to tlw Wood that imparts and through vigor gtli nerve siren to th wuolo and energy this letter body Head a a par ilia Hoods Bar wonderfully helped mo changed sickness to health gloom to sun- Â¬ shine No pen can describa what I suf- Â¬ fered I was deathly sick bad sick head Â¬ aches every few days and thoso terrible tired despondent feelings with heart troubles so that I could not go up and Gloom M T VV - Sunshine down stairs without clasplhg my hand over my heart and resting In fact It would almost take my breath away I suf- Â¬ fered so I did not care to live yet I had much to live for There Is no pleasure In life It deprived of health for lite becomes Hoods Sarsaparilla does far a burden After taking ono mere than advertUed bottle it is sufficient to recommend MBS J E SMITH Belolt Iowa itself Â¬ Â¬ Bewail Republican Bod Tho political courso of Harold M Scwall has been somowhat peculiar Prom an active aud cntlinsuistio Deino- - Hoods Is tlio One True Wood liirlner AH iltiip sts It Prepared only by I HomlS roLmel Mm ChlldrenCryfor Pitchtrs Castorla Sarsaparilla a 72 HOOd S HillS lnlW nniciirnsfl Ivrr III fflconu new lieaductio Tiiero followed in quick succession four monsters each representing a sum beyond 125000 Thcso wero tho Rap pahauuock Shenandoah Susquehanna and Roanoke all wooden vessels aver aging about 3000 tons net each capablo of carrying easily a tonnago in cargo of half as lunch more Of thcso vossols tho Rappahannock was destroyed by flro from spontaneous combustion in tho South Pacific ocean somo years ngo Tho other three aro still afloat mak Â¬ ing tho long voyages and ono or an other is frequently seen in tlio East river Tlio Roanoko is tlio largest This ship built in 1892 and with New York as her hailing port measures 3400 tons Tho Shcuaudoah measures 11238 and tho Susquehanna 2020 All uro mag nificent vessels iiikI us a fleet nro classed superior to any other similar fleet under ono control in tho world Tho last ship constructed by Mr Sowali is tho Dirigo This vessel was launched two years ngo and measures 2800 tons Sho is built of steel aud is tho first steel sailing ship built in America To show in what proportion tlio business of tlio Scwall family 1ms grown in comparison with tho growth of other largo businesses of The Misses Powell Are Well Once tho country it may bo stated that tho More tonnago of tho Indiana launched in 1870 is 1468 while that of tho Roan oke launched 10 years luU r is 3400 Mies Benitce Whitehead Is ou the eick nearly 2tJ times us great list In addition ti his largo fleet of square John Davison of Hawesville viBitcd rigged deep water ships Mr Sowali has constructed and maimers u largo 31 ins Jluymo Powell Sunday fleet of threo nnd four masted schooners Max Willitt culled In this vicinity Sun Â¬ which uro engaged iu tho coal ico nud day What is the attraction lumber trade on tho At Ian tio coast Ono Several of tho hoys from this place at Â¬ of thoso vessels tho Currio A Lane a tended the picnic at Ktephensport Satur three masted schooner of less than ii00 tons was sent somo years ago around day Capo Horn from Now York to San Mrs Mayer Mrs Alleu and daughter Francisco Sho was tho first vessel of Grac of Louisville ure visiting T K anything llko her kind or sizo to mako Graves sud family this voyage George Mayer of Louisville and Mr III Faith In Our Mfirchant Marlnu Though littlo given to exploiting his Ohas Nevltt of Brandenburg were in opinions Mr Sewull cuu ulwuys bo the city Sunday Wonder why aroused to cuthufiusm on his fuvorito The many friends of the Misses Powell topiu of tho future of Americas mer Â¬ will be delighted to hear of thoir recov- Â¬ muriuo chant Ilosuidiu 1804 Wp will yet build ery after a severe Bttack of Typhoid us many steel ships us wo liuvo woodon fever oties if congress will only continue to Ifffl88 Kate Weatlierliolt who has been keep out foreign ships from competition iu our own trade with thoso built oil turned home uccompalned by Piof Jim this bide I would like to boo nil our Wheelei and sister Daisy ships coutinucd to bo treated as woll us wo have our coastwiso trafllo in which At this bcusou of the year the blaztig ease wu aro sura to huve at no distant day the finest merchant muriuo uiloat Minshlno Is vory trylDg on tho optic The only reason that wo have any largo nerves and olten canst s granulated lids Sutherlands Eagle Eye ships afloat toduy is because thu New or sore eyes York aud Sun Eruncikco trado comes Salve is a positive cure 25c a tube at within tho definition of coastwu0 truffle all dealers Thcro is a grout surplus touuugu afloat it ia true bnt with that it situ Powder ROYAL ply comes to n question of tho survival j Highest of all la Itstvenlng uo counieci of the tittcat unu wo coum SlrWAffM U 9 OovnMt Report upon to toko fur more than our share Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Americans rail cc mjioto witli tun worm at shipbuilding in wood today Wo are rapidly Hearing the jKitnt where we can do so in the umm f titcel and iron shlW Under tho law that us in force when I built tho Dltigo I hnmiht her plates and bars from tlio other side duty free nnd spent all tlio money for labor in Bath employing nlout 200 men for several months Mr SowuHs views tm tho silver question uro men pronounced uud it is uid is the time that tries all the care that ho utteily repudiates tlio allegation that he is n recent convert to tho freo of the mother and all the skill of coinage th oiy but claims ru tho coif maternal management Baby trary that ho was onajf tho pioneers comfort comes from fat fat of tho movement in Tjliic Mr Seuulls iiianiflr with inni is babies have nothing to do but plain spoken nud dirtt Ho possesses to sleep and grow few of tho graces of tlf orator but he If your baby does not seem looks into the eyes of Jioso to whom ho to prosper if he does not gain addresses liinicli niuj the matter us well us the method of YU speech is sin in weight you must get more n exeellent ex fat there cere and convincing A few drops of ample of the slmpliity of his language to the principles of his and his fidelity party can bo found in Ills words when told of his nomination for thy vice pres idency I nni nu iutenso silver man I bo lievo in tho principle thoroughly I am each day will put on plumpnot second to our leader in my advocacy ness fat outside life inside of free silver I have had heartfelt con- baby and mother both happy victions on tho subject for n long time Your baby can take and rel- Â¬ It is the relief that tho people demand and thu Democratic parly is thu party ish Scotts Emulsion as much to give it to thejn Thu Democratic In summer as In any ther party is the party of tho many and not season of tho fow For ulo by all JtuccljU t joe and Jioo I indorse every word of tho plat- Â¬ form but my whole lifo nnd soul nro wrapped up in the freo coinage of silver DUKES policy there expressed It is tlio only I remedy of tho prevailing distress want to seo the legislation of 1873 re- h ttlo Powers and Bab Duke Married In pealed That is the height of my ambirannelton W T Hardin Returns tion Hume Mama was that a BUirar plnin yru naked littlo Mubel just jrave me No dear it was one of Dr Ayers Pills Thu Nkws becomes mote newsy each Pleuse may I have another V Not year now dear one of those nice pills is all Singing at the 0 P Church every Sat Â¬ you need at preBent because evoiy di su urday night is effective Mrs Sara Ihiruett visited Mrs Hieh ard Sjpp Wednesday THE WAREHOUSE COMBINE Mis Nannie Johnson was the guest of Mrs Mary Duke Sunday Jer tity sheriff Tom Fmpia of Hawes- Â¬ fl600000 of Stock Has Been Subville was at Duke Wed euluv scribed for Twelve Louisville There are four cases of llux iu the Houses Are into It family of It Sapp of this place Mr Uibt Duke and wife spent Satur- Â¬ Tlio twelve Louisville houses inter Â¬ day night with Mr John Johnson and ested iu the tobacco warehouso com Â¬ futility bine are as follows Louisville Ninth Mrs I dla Mrs Mary and daughter street Growers Farmers Eagle Planters Owen Central Brown Enterprise Alliu Clark attended services at Dike Sun lay Gret n River and Falls City Mrs Heniiette Huinettand Mis Elzi The concern has been incorporated lliirnett spent Irlday with MtB John for 111X1000 of which 000000 is pre ferred and the remainder coiumoii K Johnson stock All the latter hat been taken by James Lay wife and three children the warehoiiHt men and tho prtfetred were the guests Sunday of E ip E II has been sold it being developed at a Johnson aud wife meeting Saturday that thu entire 000 Moat of the mule population of Duke 000 of preferred had been subecribed for went to Hawesville Friday to hear the Arrangement aud uro being mudo per Â¬ Maguolia Young trial fected for the consolidation to go into W T Hardin returned home Satur effect on September 1 day from Posey County hid where he Mr Henry Glover will ho elected has been working since April president and a manager for each house Bub Miss Iluttio Powers and Mr will be elected by each board c f direcDuke were married in Cantieltou July tors which is to include a representative of the manufacturer and also the produc the 1st Esip llix officiating Miss Delia Dukes returned home Sun Â¬ er All the preferred stock has been subscribed forby Louisville and Kentucky day after a weeks stay with her sister people Too fees have peen reduced Mrs Ada Sarks near Glondean and it is thu intention of the combine to Kjv II W Morton will preaci from make it mutually beneficial to ware Â¬ ill chapter and v verse of St John at the houseman and producers Four houses C P Church at Dukes second Sunday are not included in tho dial iu August t 4 p m U jv D L llowlds will preach at You must not take headaches too ser- Â¬ Uethlthem church from the word iously Tlioy are simply Natures out- Â¬ watch Saturday night before the cry against sour stomach nnd disordered third Sunday in August liver Go tc uny drug store and ask for Mr Jack Smiley wife nnd daughter Ramons Tonic Liver Pills They cost Florence spent Sunday in Clover but 25 cents and give you a complete port the guest of their father and moth- Â¬ course of treatment which in two or er Mr and Mrs Henry Hay three weeks time will remove all bile We nro having somo extremely warm purify your blood increase your appe- Â¬ tite strengthen your nervous system weather It Is somewhat uncomfortable and bring the red glow of health to j our yet it is the kind of weather we need cheeks The treatment consists of Pills now for tobacco which is trenching very badly nnd tiny Tonic Pellets a three weeks Mrs Ollie Johnson aud baby Archie supply Try a freo sample dose Misses Olleand Onie Duke Messrs Jim TOBINSPORT Lay Wave ltice Charley Cnmpell and Lorerzo Pate attended basket meeting at Midway Sunday Till Groves Has Visitors from Louisville Babys W COMPANY zetst- - Second W D CAIN Manager xiEe-vxnsro-roit- Â¬ Â¬ Summer LARGE STOCK OF LUMBER LATHS SHINGLES SASH BOORS BLINDS Â¬ Â¬ iron and Steel BRICK And a general line of Building Material Roofing- - Prices Reasonable W D Estimates rurnislied Solicited CO CAIN LUMBER Correspondence Â¬ IRVINGTON KY NOTiCE DEMOCRATS Precinct Conventions 22 Will Be Held August County Convention August 24 District August 27 Â¬ Â¬ ilAniiiNtntio lw July i7 IKsllii pursuance of the Dint ricl Executive Com mittee f Ins the Point h Congrt Kiiomd Uistiiit a County Convention is hereby called to meet at llnnlinsburg Ky Mon Â¬ day August 21 lSOli at 2 oclock P M staudsrd lime fur the purpose of select Â¬ ing delegates to attend the District Con- Â¬ vention which meets at Klizibuthtown Ivy August 27 181KI to nominate a can didate for Cougreta in this district Fur ther for the purpose of selecting dele gates Io the County Convention precinct meetings shall be held iu each o the various precincts of the county at the utual voting place in said precinct at 2 oclock standard time Saturday August 2 2 INIH Each precinct meeting shall select one delegate for each twenty llvo votes and fraction over ten votes cast in said precinct for tlio Democratic candi date for Governor at the last State elect Ion In no event shall any precinct have less than one delegate UubIs of representation of the several prieincls of the county are as follows Ihirdinsburg Pncinct No 1 8 delegates Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 11 iiilhimed tit sue about thu internal bones Norvo of tho nose are special causes irritation which is but poorly under Â¬ stood by the general reader is a prolific causo ol so railed nervnui healaclie I know of 110 more dangerous practice than to treat headache pain blindly with dings Of course outdoor exoirine is the biht prssilile thing for peimaueiit cure It Ih vety ensy to telieve most forms of headache by means of coal tar derivatives of which so many are in the drug maiket They fcrm tho bess of the mniiy headache cures found on thu diiu glsts shelves Their use is not entirely without danger for they are powerful heart depressants if taken in doses of any Dr Cyrus Edwin in considerable six the August LaditH Home Journal Dr Hells Peppermint Chill Tonic A sure appe cures chills permanently A com A perfect blood pitriller tizer plete Mreiigthener Dr Hells Pepper mint Chill Tonic will giyo color to the face and change that sdow complexion to a hialthfu rosy hue It corrects dis- Â¬ order of the stoii aoh and aids digestion Overcomes nervous depression and low It will n storo exhausted and spirits nursing mothers to full strength aud en ergy and makes children fat as pigs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Guaranteed The Demands of Society Â¬ Â¬ Society demands that you should look Cloverport well Not that j ou should bo a beauty ii 11 ii 4 hut that j on should en decision put 11 11 j ou your lit ct bib and tuektr and help I Stephemport maku up the picture that all in all con Â¬ 5 Webster You cptnk of the social stitutes society 2 Hewleyviile world as sellldi so it is for it demands 2 Uig Spring from all its votaries absolute uuseMish Custer You niitbt leuru to have no ill nees 2 Uudsonville feeling toward anybody If a chatter- Â¬ Kockvale box tells you that Madame Malice tins 4 MoDanlels made you the Mil j ct of her ridicule a Ball Town you mubt make yourtclf smile go for Union Star waid aud meet Madame Malice witli a a Mooleyville plcasctit word a courteous bow and The precinct committeeman in each you must entirely forget that sho I as pncinct shall call meeting to order and ever said anything but that which was preside over same and if for any causo pleasant Society censes to bo good the committeen an fais to attend or be when malicious hayings are itcogui d ing present fails to call the meeting to or- Â¬ Uuth Aslnnore iu August Lad leu der the majority of those present and Home Journal entitled to vote shall Bolect a chairman who shall n side and the chairman and secretary of each Precinct Conven Â¬ Steamboat Agents Wharfmasters tion shall certify to tlio County ConvenKENTUCKY tion the eredentias of tho delegates CLOVERPORT Local Agcnti from llieir respective precincts The foregoing must bo carried out in Homestead Fertilizer Company and 11 II It II 24 J II 13 11 Â¬ 1 GREGORY S CO Â¬ Baking I heard of Dr Hells Pine Tar Honey being tor sale at the storoof Messrs Gaun Burnett Co Granlsburg III and see- Â¬ ing many recommendations from differ personsof lis wonderful valuable merits I thought I would try a bottle I have been serlomly affected for twenty five years with a cough nnd pains In my side nnd breast that were causlug me a mis erable life I spent hundreds of dollars with doctors nnd for medicine but every ings thing failed until I tried this wonderful J wiiiTAOimt Chair II Co Deui Com It beats the world aud has remedy Dr Miitos IloutD Secretary I recommend Dr Hells saved my life Pine Tar Honey to everybody with weak Why sutler with Coughs Colds and lungs H is a great success LaUrippn when Laxative HkomoQuinink J II Uoshii will cure you In one day Does not pro- Â¬ Urautubuig III duce thu ringiug in the head llko Sul- Â¬ Hold by all druggets phate of Quinine Put up In tablets conivenient for taking Guarauteeta cure Announcing the Babys Birth Price 25 Cents money refunded sending announcement cards of a or Bale In by A It Fisher For babys birth the babys name is ptinted full on a small card which Is inclosed in Ouiei ofIIedaehe with the parents card If detlred It The ordinary headache wilrlt is so ex Â¬ may bo attached to the largi r card by a tremely common anibug the inhibltants bow of very narrow white satin ribbon of our Atluntio seaboard towns Is bo or silver cord Thu date of birth Is outcome of conditions efTecllng tho added but not the weight of the baby nerves through impoverished blood con Â¬ nor any other particulars of any suit taining poisonous matter nbsorbed from Â¬ whatever Amount Itdlts llouie Jour- badly dlgeftted food IS JUSTAS GOOD FOR ADULTS So called liver nal torpidity and the eatanlial affections WARRANTED PRICE CO eta xti a I us due to our changeable climate also aid FarUltedlclntfo o 1 1lxulMu Not W wn hi V KU1 Oonllcniccir Nervous exhaus- Â¬ OHOVtS H TA8TRIKHS Itul rur COO boUle of effecting Its spread 1Mb Alms weakness of vis in Granulated C1IIU TONIO lt hT uruMnlrtadr Ibuivu la nil Ion or any kind of sore eyes are ipilckly tion duo to Irregular and fast living kousbt lurm 11 janrt In tlio drug buluew our m bnt Mrluoco ot tuca uolieru xau cured by the use of Sutherlands Eagle plajs an Important part in its causation Lmit mill mi run lhi vuun truly tacUou u luur vuila Neryoui strain especially the eyes and Eye Salve A8asriUC Â¬ Â¬ all respects except at Ihirdinsburg aud Standard Oil Company Cloverport uhero the threo precincts of IKalcrt In each of those Magisterial Districts shall Doors Sash Winds Yellow Pine Floor meet in joint meeting if so desired Tho ing and Celling Weather Hoarding precinct committeeman coining first iu Shingles Salt Lime Cement alphabetical order shall call meeting to Plastering Laths Plaster order and preside but if said uuumitteo Hair Plow Handles man Ute to attend or being present fails Bricks Etc to call meeting to order then either of Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Â¬ other committeemen preeeiit in said disBuilding Material trict shall act Iu case there Is present no committeeman then those present ami entitled to vote shall select a chair man who shall preside AH Democrats and Democratic youths who will he le- Â¬ gal voters at tho 111 xt November elect- Â¬ ion and all others who indorse the Nat- Â¬ ional Democratic platform adopted at Chicago and will support the Democrat Â¬ ic candidate f ir Congress in this district are invited to take part Iu these meet Â¬ GROVES Â¬ CHILL TDNIC - TABTELE5S - at -- jp rtam THEl BRROkRistRIDGR MRWS OLOYRRPORT KV BRECKENRIDGE Ibi D news and V 0 Bblige Editor rroprUlr 1890 You had butter hop Irilo thoIlrynn band wagon If you want to get hero In any kind of shapo BRANDENBURG George Casperke Is Back from Springs Ice Cream Supper Friday Night I - Hot WKDNESDAY AUUUST 5 8ibicrpUca Ftle 4 - Tiik Nkwb is under ohligallaus to Mr for valuable V S Kgart Mooleyvllle t nualstnneo rendered in securing a big list Miss Daisy Mulntlre lino been qulto it new subsciibers at tho Andyvllle sick picnic Tom Pusoy Is at home from Chicago for his summer visit PllOFJTIAa Jll IAXIGS Tiiii average incumbrance on each Mrs Jiunoi Falrlelgh has been quite farm In Kentucky IsflOOJ in Indiana il7 I llllnntn tlrU1 In MloniTrl indisposed for several days Â¬ Tiik coiniucuhj of tlio Now York JourMiss Nellu Iladloy Is expected Thine nal of Commerce on the recent stripping SoJ This looks llko prosperity for the day night from Owensboro of the gold rcservo and thu brenk in tho larmer Misses LulaTswIs nnd Kvb Corngan stock market which nearly precipitated Tammany Ham has declared for tho havo returned from Canada panic nre Instinctive reading for thoso Another largo excursion en the Staggs whorhargn nil the disturbances of busi Chicago platform and ticket and now ness to the notation of thu inonoy ques- tho Uryau banner floats gracefully in the last Sunday to seo thu big river brecz from the Ihgataff on top the tion Msj Herndon from Camp Hern Wlgnam of Commerce charges that Tlio Journal don is a guest of Miss Jen Hardin the trouble was thu result of n deliberMr P G Bryan was hero early last Tiik Aiaiiama election lorStntoolneers ate conspiracy of men rt gsmled as politiweek in the interest of D II Baldwin came oil Monday From tho best inforcal leaders In both of the great parties A Co and financial magnates of commanding mation that tho bolting Tory press of Mr nud Mrs Chapisi Watheti of Louisville could glean they informed power nud wenltb ho poso as the pillars Owensboro with their little ones are Monday meriting that of sound credit and business stability their readers hero on a visit and should lead their influence to the owng to tho great dissatisfaction in Mrs Jem Mnlin Vino Grove Is with Democratic circles and owing to the protection of business Their Intent was her parents Mr and Mis J W Lewis of great army of gold Democrats w ho could to reap fortunes by tho depression prices The Journal of Commerce not conscientiously support n silver for u weeks visit There was a big hay ride from hero charges that they raided tho Treasury ticket tho stato was likely to go Kepub and tho stock market in order to create lican by about fiOOOO mojority But alas and the Bottom to Mr and Mrs Will distrust Thus they could buy In se- Â¬ and alack like their blunter and blather Browns last week sklteism beforu the Lexington and Chi Â¬ Dee Pusey Is at home from Indianap- Â¬ curities at bottom figures The Journal cf Commerce is a conser- Â¬ cago convention all their predictions olis to recuperate- - Ho bos been indisvative newspaper of tiiu highest reputa Â¬ nnd ieo statements wcrudoouud to come posed for Bomo time tion in financial and commercial matters to naught and with sorrow in their Sickness and heat have kept me in It would not make charges of this char Â¬ traitorous hearts aud tears in their slink- Â¬ this week Miss Zula Maliu has contrib- Â¬ ing eyes they wero obliged to tell their acter without convincing proof Its tes- Â¬ uted much kind information readers yesterday morning that Alabama timony may safely bo taken as concluProf Burton will bo here to attend tho gono for Democracy and free silver sive and it shows that tbo cause of had Teachers Institute and to make arrange- Â¬ by the increased majority of 50000 recent disturbances in the stock market Moiial Its votes that count not ments for opening his school and In money conditions Is not tho agita- Â¬ Go to the Ice cream supper Friday of tho money questlonbut tbo greed falsehood and deception tion night given by tho band boys who want of unscrupulous speculators Frenchs New Sensation No 1 Mrs uniforms Let us assist them The enemies of tho substantial busi Miss Alma Nail of Louisville and ness interests arc not tho men who are Callio French will bo at tbo wharf to Miss Jen Roberts of Kkron attended striving to change tho unsatisfactory night the party at Miss Jen Hardins features of the countrys financial sys COUNTRY SUBSCRIBER tem but the men of wealth aud power G 11 Casperke is back from Hot who profit by tho weaknesses of that Springs looking splendid Charlie re Â¬ system regardless of the countrys wel- Advises That the News Publish a List mained and Is improving right along fare H Louis Kepublic Mrs Chris McGehei is very sick of of Clovorpoit Business Men typhoid fever Mrs Joo Phillips her Tin National Party will hold a Statu sister and her daughter Mrs Jenkins Addison Kv July 20th 1890 convention in Louisville Aug 10 This are witli her Mn EniToit In the last weeks issue convention will elect Presidential Elect- Â¬ Mrs J W Richardson has been con- Â¬ of the Nkws I noticed a card copied from ors and candidates for Congress aud also fined to her room for n week witli mal- Â¬ arrangements for thu more com- the Courier Journal in which Mr F N perfect Dlluy announces himself as p Gold aria She is up and will go to Glasgow pact organization of tho party in Ken shortly to seo her sister tucky Tills parly is about the newest Standard man aud a representative of Mrs Chas Casperke has had a num Â¬ the business men of Cloverport Very thing in tbo political situation of the present year It is composed of men naturally I looked over tho advcitlse ber of relatives from Louisville visiting and women who have bolted the actions ments to seo who the business men were her Will Casperke Is home for his I found nds from louisville Dranden Usual summer vacation and rest of the National convention of tho Prohi burg Hnrdiueburgaud Cross Hoad also Bro Cunditr preached last Sunday bition and Peoples parties Its platform advocates the suppression of thu liquor Sulzrsand the Gregorys from Clover morning The League held devotional The meeting at tratllc fro coinag of silver Govern- Â¬ port Sulzers ltepublicans and I hear exercises nt night ment ownership of railroads telegraphs the Gregorys are for Freo Coinage Cedar Grove is still in progress Which does Mr Dlluy etc limitation of laud ownership direct Democrats Mrs S C Malin our esteemed post- Â¬ election of President Vice President and represent V For the benefit of tbo coun- Â¬ mistress left Monday for Ashland Ky United States Senators the initiative try people 1 think it would do well for to join her Bon Proctor and wife She and referendum and several other re tho News to publish the names of thu will spend a week or two and then go forms which nre dear to thu Populist and buisiness men of your town with them to Chicago for a slay Country Sliucmiier Prohibition heart The new party has J D Babbage was In our town last nominated for President the Hon Saturday en routo to the Andyvllle picAXTEL Churles E Dontleyof Lincoln Nebraskn nic He is still radiant over the tidu of affairs but without prejudice or vindic Tiik Sunday Star thu only true blue Tobacco Crop Is Not Good Married July 26 tiveness to a dissenting brother Hattle Owen Is sick Will Co to Democratic newspaper in Louisville A good many from hero went to the Hays The liryau and Sewall ratification Florida Andyville picnic The II B B boys next Saturday night will be a rousing made the music A storm overtook tho one A number of distinguished Demo crowd en route home and caused quite Chester Bennett has named tho baby crats will bo present to make patriotic More scared than hurt a stampede addiesses Among them will bo lion Ihirttie Will Howard nud Will Ashcraft are Miss John S Ithea of Kussellvillc ex Gov writing Hattie Owen is very sick nt this making ns active summer campaigns as John Young Hrown and Senators Turpio Chester Bennett cointemplates moving those other two Wills aro n political and Yorhees of Indiana Arrangements ranvass Theres just as much nt stake to Florida next fall are being made for a big parade Tho Tho building of the new school house just as much involved and if you dont committee having it in charge met nt tlio believe me ask them is progressing nicely Farmers Homo Journal Office yesterday Sam Bennett is digging a well for Miss Beulah Bennett spent hist week aud outlined a program All tho Demo James Berry near Gleiideane with Miss Jen Hardin who entertained cratic clubs in the city will participate S J Hennett and wife were tho guests in her honor last Friday night Miss and upon this occasion tho first big guns of iiichard Qulggins last Sunday Beulah sings sweetly aud has made a of the campaign will bu fired It will be Frank Rhodes of Hardin county was most pleasant impression here by her made an index of the great and growing the guest of S J Bennett last Sunday pleasing unaffected manuer strength of tho hosts of true Democracy The tobacco crop in thii vicinity is Honor to whom honor Is duo Bew in this city not good this year but corn is excellent leyville carried it out in naming its Mis Â¬ Henry Matthewsand wife of Hardins sionary Society the Tula Daniel Society Tin worst tangled up Stato in tbo Union politically Is Texas aud in many burg were the guests of her father last Beall Giinuflll Secy of our Society has au interesting letter from Miss Tula who respects thu situation Is actually nmuslng week Chas Bennett nnd brother have the makes many helpful suggestions for thu Tho ltepublicans aro split tli9 Democrats are split the Populists ore split tho best growing crop of tobacco in this cause Prohibitionists aro split and they aro all section Mrs French and her troupo will into a general wrangle and calling each They had it up one side and down tho amuse us to night Monday Worldly other bad names Hero aro some of tho other at the meeting at John Millers i es I We are in the flesh and seek thu appellations given to somo of thu fact- last Sunday things of tho world Be it unto you ions The Texas Commoners tho John Lewis and Mr Cooms are board Â¬ etc according to tho dictates of conUlack and Tans thu Lily Whites ing at Ferd McClellans while building science and so on I argue the same thuIIardyites thu Tories and thu thu school house about all amusements Middle of tho Koadefs Ouo Kepub Miss Batle Herndon was tendered a John McClellan who is making ties lican has become so jubilant and patri- Â¬ near Cloverport was the guest of his pleasant reception by her friend Miss otic over thu outlook that ho has offered Llnulo Moremen last Thursday No brother Ferd last Sunday to carry tho Stato for McKluley if they ono in town does as much for tho young Clarence Stlllwell nud Miss Eather will pay him n million dollars people as Mrs Moremen and LInnle Crltchuloe were man led at tho home of and It is done so cheerfully and so easily Uv thu cornering of gold and green Â¬ tho brides father Sunday night July that the pleasure to guetts is double backs the banks have reduced thu actual M It v John Galloway officiating Warm weather doesnt throw a damper pcrcaplta circulation to such an extent over gaiety for it coutinues unabated A LOVELY SPOT that a great per cent of tho business of aud tho devotees were never rnoru wide Â¬ thu country is uow conducted by barter awake and on the alert We hear not a an exchange of commodities Tho Judge Woolfolki Beautiful Home whisper of matrimonial affairs for the farmer brings in bis products aud tradts on the Banks of Doe Run Creek coming fall No doubt alliances will be them for groceries dry goods and clothpostponed till after the national question in Meade County ing Neither tho merchant nor tho cusis decided tomer handles any money This is a A 6weet gracious girl is a potent The following party spent a pleasant pretty state of affairs in this free Ameri Â¬ day last Sunday at Judge J S Woolforks charm in social life Site may not be can country handsome country home near Branden Â¬ beautiful but if amiable aud bright she burg Mr and Mrs S M Wrathor will have admirers and friends always What aro the Democrats of this coun Lkron and her sister Mrs Kobe its Kindness aud graclousness aro more ty doing towards eilectlng an organiza- Â¬ l oulsvllle Franklin Ditto and J I winning than accomplishments and far Can wo hope to succeed without Babbsg tion Tho Judgo lias one of the more enduring than beauty Whos the a united front Let us got together finest stock farms in all that country girl here I know her you know hor The Nkwh has always stood for party or Situated on the head waters of Doe Run Namo her ganization aud helped through many u creek it is well watered lias a never Our Meado county boy Will W struggle We are still on hand and doing falling fresh water spring which Hows Douglas lias taken unto himself wife a business at the old stand Come out like a little river cool and sparkling the Will is remembered by us as taking nud let ns confer together sight of which makes one feel like he great interest in base ball while living at was in another cllmato Not a hundred Garnettsvllle Ho went to Louisvillo This greatest political meeting that yards from it is one of the finest Sulphur and has run up rapidly in newspaper ever assembled in America will be that spriogj that nature has ever produced work and is uow prominent on the local at Madison Square Garden August 12 and not far from this health giving pretB besides having written some ex- Â¬ whon Hon William Jennings Hryau fountain runs tho beautiful and placid cellent short stories Congratulations will be officially notified that he is the Doe Bun creek which used to turn the In a lettor from a friend an Indiana nominee of tho Chicago convention for wheels that made all the flour and gold standard Democrat he says You President of theso United States meal for that country for many miles know how inteuso I wai on the gold around It is certainly a lovely spot and standard question but I attended the Mkuie county Is solid for froe sli- Â¬ tho Judge ought to be and is a very hap Â¬ Chicago convention and was completely Out of COO py man Indued ver Rnd Davo Murray and thoroughly converted to freo silver voters at tho Andyvllle plculclost Sat Â¬ by tho ringing address by bold Billy more than fifty for urday thore wasnt Bryan He continues quite eloquently 7Vlfi- the gold standard It Is a one sided af- Â¬ ilallt tlM and adds Since my return home I have ttty ttftitar fair up in old Moid i changed tactics and am working for the VTlteM w SI 00 a Teir In Advaac Paid nt th End of to Yer 8125 SIX PAGES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ St It does seniithal tho voting ticket Westerner Is magnetic nnd that his II iw of oratoiy srouted biihi passengers on the golden shores to II at them to silver regions The Hon David II Murray spoke at Andyvllle Inst- - Siturdny Air Murray has worked hi diligently for tho parly when not peeking an office as when bu foro tho pupptti for onu Ho like John S lthea in thuThird Distrlctstnudsupon tho pntform with both feet nnd presss each plunk as Di moCrutto notwithstand Â¬ ing how otlitis may differ Dr Gait W Booth Big Bend was with us last week Ho belongs to tho national patty composed of bolted ProÂ¬ hibitionists and he wants a vigorous campaign He had his platform with him Tho financial plank was free silver aud a womans suffrage plank and in those days cauieouo saying And there shall bo n multi Â¬ plicity of plntfurmsjchooso ye between I notice your editorial in regard to my esteemed relative L A Footo casting his vote for McKlnley Iliad seen his letter In the Courier Journal and kuew such was his intention nnd it almost paraljzed my sensibilities for tho mo Â¬ ment Bold Billy Bryan may not suit him the platform may fall short of his ideal but why substitute a high tarifl man in tlio placo of thu first and as ob Â¬ jectionable a platform save one plank for tho Chicago one A law of the good Lord made raiment Somebody made in His imago Inaugu rated neglige shirts for mankind and somo other philanthropic soul intro- Â¬ duced shirt waists for womankind a boon each to the world in this demoralized temperature when artistic costumes and high refinement in robes are more honored in the breach than in the ob- Â¬ servance In this freo repjbllu every man is a king and each woman an em- Â¬ press if he or she so wills it despite dress equipment and social parapher ualia middle-nf-lhe-road Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KIRK Visitors from Meade County and Cloverporl Other Notes of a Personal - IRVINGTON Prolracted Meetlnu Begins Aug 15 - Trank Carter Seriously III -- Other Interesting Notes Mr and Mrs 7 T Sllth spent lost Wednesday in town Miss Lucy Frank made a flying trip to LouIbvIIIo Sunday 1 Dr Hardin dentist had a busy day at the lestauinnl the 201 Miss Charlotte Herndon is having a delightful visit in Louisville Confirmation services were held at tho Catholic church last Wednesday Misses Pollock and LeGrand were gUKtU of MlssSallie Henry Sunday Mis Amltt of Louisville nnd Misses Motsbarger of Cecilia aro visiting the family of Mr Mossbarger near town Thu new Methodist church will bo rendy for use by the 15th but will not be dedicated for sotnu time yet 1 nnsumoiion CTJRM AND ITS To tub Editor s I have an absolute remedy for Consumption Dy Its timely usa thousands of hopeless cases have been already Nature Taylor Tatu was the guest of Miss Mat tie McGary Sunday last Mils Howard ia tho guest of Misses Alice and Salliu Brown Mltfl Lilella Whcntley is thu guest of her sister Mrs Laura Maltlngly Miss Alice Mattiugly Cloverport Is visiting her cousin Miss Lorcna Mat Â¬ tiugly Mrs J M Withers aud children have returned home from a visit nt the Tar Springs Misses I en a McGnry and Annie Head wore tho guests of Miss Mutllo McGary McQuady Sunday last yMTsses Katie and Mollle Withers of Meade county aro visiting their uncle W K Withers at this place Mrs Mary Jarboo and son Frank have returned home from a visit at Mrs Win BeauchampV New Bethel tyflfattto McGary Anna Jolly Anna nnd Mary Head Robert McGary Bert Dock ery spent Sunday with Misses Lena and Maggio McGary Misses Mattlo and Maggio Mattingly Jim Matttlngly and Andy Hobert wero the guests of Misses Kosa and Millie permanently cured So proof positive am I of Its power tliat I consider It my duty to send two bottles free to those of your readers who have ConsumptlonTliroat Bronchial or Lung Trouble If they will write me tltclr express and postofllce address Sincerely T A CLOCUM M O 181 Pearl St Hew Tor r7-- The Editorial and Dnalnatt alanamtnt of this Taper Uuaraotcg Una genorou Vropoaltlon MATRIMONIAL CYCLONE MissJessIo Jolly lady from n charming joung Is visiting her Owensboro equally charming cousin Miss Norn Henderson Beautiful bread and cakeB is the universal verdict of the ladles for which thanks nre due our popular new miller Mr Coleman On August IGtu Bro CundilT assisted by Uro Rushing will begin a two weeks meeting in thu new Methodist church at this place Mrs Whitehead from Vino Grove will be present and assist with Shcerau Sunday Misses Anna nnd Mary Head who have been the guests of Misses Lena aud Maggie McGary returned to their homo at tho Falls of Rough Charlie Sheeran and sister Miss Rosa attended church at St Anthonys the fourth Sunday and wero the guests of Misses Mary and Lena Mattingly ROSETTA Alf Taylors Improvements Mrs Tay- Â¬ lors Dining Mrs Gross Prostrated by Excessive Heat Â¬ the singing and music Let every one come and bo welcome We are sorry to chronicle the serious illness of Frank Carter with typhoid fever also slight Illness of MIssts Maggie Carter and Julia and Maggie Greenwood with malarial fever Mr Floyd Green- Â¬ wood has had an attack of bilious fever May they all speedily Improve and re Â¬ gain their usual good health by local Three Weddings Will be Solomnized at Pleasant Hill Church McDnn iels Wednesday Aug 12 At 8 oclock p m Wednesday Au Â¬ gust 12 180 nt Pleasant Hill chuich McDanlels Ky the following couples will be united in tho holy bonds of mat rimony ltov 0 11 Galloway oillclatlng Mr Itobort M Parsons to Miss Mollie Peaucbamp Mr Edward Hall to Miss Eliza K Parsons Mr Ellis Itoberts lo Mho Nettle Par Â¬ sons Itobert Parsons Is one of tho most promising young men of tho McDauiels vicinity while Miss Beauchauip is the accomplished daughter of It 3 Peau champ of Grayson county Hall nnd Roberta are two Meters promising young men of the West View neighborhood while the Misses Parsons are the lovable daughters of Mr Thomas Parsons ono of tho most prominent cit izens and successful farmers of the Porks of the llongh To the above named contracting par- Â¬ ties the News extends congratulations hoping that the flowers of peace happiness and prosperitymay Hue their paths through life Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NOTICE To the tax payers of tho Fifth Magis Â¬ terial District I will be at Custer Aug Â¬ Frenchs Â¬ Callio French night Now Sensation No 1 Mrs will be at the wharf to- Â¬ WE FIXED THEIR CLOCKS VfTf Taylor has made quite a number of improvements He will soon have a fine ice house ono of lifes luxuries The Â¬ Â¬ Hardimburg Base Ball Boys Come Down Here anil Get Their Toes Turned Up to the Sun To return a disastrous visit that our boys inado to Hardinsburg the week be- Â¬ fore tho Hardinsburg kid nino came Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ down to Cloverport last Friday and met with a similar disaster A lare crowd was out and while there was nothing professional about the gamu as the score shows there were occasional brilliant plays made and it was oxciting and full of inteiest from start to finish Hardinsburg was first at bat and scored four runs while Cloverport went out in one two threo order It was just then in order for the Hardinsburg fans to tear their throatsand they needed no coaching In tho second Hardinsburg scored six and Cloverport a pitiful little two To say that things looked blue for Clov- Â¬ erport does not express it aud the Hardinsburg fans kept up the racket But intho third and fourth the tables be Â¬ gan to turn and the Cloverport motors cune to the front with their applause In theso two inninps Hardinsburg failed to score and Cloverport made two and four respectively The next inning was still in Clover ports favor and the score stood ten to eleven in favor of Hardinsburg at Its close But great heavuiiB in the sixth inning Hardinsburg ran up seven and Cloverport got goosegged and the whole face of affairs was changed again When Hardinsburg came up in the sovouth however they bit the dust in ono two threo order and again our rooters yelled When again the home team took the bat they began to find the ball nnd never until nine points were added to their score did they let up and for the first time Cloverport was leading Excitement was intense and Marshal Hall had to drive the crowd back oir players ground In the eighth Cloverport made eight and tho visitors five In tho ninth Hardinsburg could only get two and tho game was over witli a turn at bat to sparo for the home team The total score was Hardinsburg 25 Cloverport 27 1 Mrs E Taylor gave a dining last Fri- Â¬ day and a number of ladies and gentle- Â¬ men enjoyed it hugely Mrs Abram Gross was overcome by thu excesslvo heat while shopping in Taylors store last Saturday but she was revived by cooling applications Mr and Mrs Whltter were both taken quiet ill last Sunday eveing Jstttlo Hamp Mltchem broke up ten acres of grouud put it in order planted it in corn and tended it all himself It is the finest field of corn in this neigh- Â¬ borhood Populist Convention The Populists of the Fourth Congress- Â¬ ional District will meet in convention at Ifodgenville LaRue Co Ky Friday Aug 7 1SDC to nomlnato a candidate for All Populists who can aro Congress urged to attend Delegates selected by the various counties to State convention at Paducah are eligible to sit in this con- Â¬ vention J II AllKOLl n Deafness Cannot Be Cured 18 Constantino Aug 10 Hudsonville application as they cannot Aug 20 Euros Aug 21 You are noti reach the diseased portion of tho ear fied to meat me at said places and settle There is only ono way to cure Deafness all taxes now due and that Is by constitutional remedies S A Pate Sheriir Deafness is caused by au inflamed condition of tbo mucous lining of the QUARTERLY REPORT Eustachian Tube When this tube gets OF TIIK inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing nnd when it is enCLOVERPORT KY tirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the Inflammation can bo taken At the close of business on the 30th djy of Juine UKSOURCHS out nnd this tube restored to Its normal condition hearing will be distroyed for Toans and Discounts less loans to Directors iiBjii ever which Is nothing but an inflimed Loans to officers 4356 85 condition of the mucous surfaces Oieidrafts unsecured 718 18 We will give One Hundred Dollars for Due from National Uaitks 120714 91 any case of Deafness caused by catarrh Due from State Hanks and Hankers 1418763 3500a 54 that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh flunking House and Lot Cure Send for circulars free 300000 29584 64 F J CHENNEY CO Tolttlo O Stocks and llonds Specie 1700000 SSaTSold by all Druggists 7oe Currency 6034 83 13031 83 Â¬ Â¬ Breckinridge Bank E If England ihx tnt want our money when live frfl allver we can do without her gdJ FACT AGAINST FANCY Cold Comfort For Thone Who Want High Â¬ er Protective Dtitlen FELL TWENTY TWO FEET Frank English Qets a Broken Log on S pottsville Bridge and Tumbles to the Ground Frank English second son of Capt and Mrs A 3 English of this city mat with a frightful accident last Wednesday eveniug nud escaped Instant death it seems only by a myracle Ho belongs to ono of the Texas bridgo crues and was at work repairing tho brldgu across Green tiverat Spotts ville Thoy were unloading stringers from a push car when one of the jieavy timbers fell against his leg and crushed the bones for several inches just below tbo ankle Ashe fell he missed the bridge nnd struck the ground twenty two feot below with terrific force light Â¬ ing on ids head aud shoulders The fall knocked him unconscious and his fel- Â¬ low workmen thought ho was killed He soon began to rovivo however and a Spottaville physician was called who temporarily attended his injuries Besides tho broken leg his left wrist was severely strained and his right ear mangled and torn tho two latter injuries belog received by the fall He was brought to Moverport that night on a special train whore Dr S 8 Watkins surgeon of the road attended him and he is now doing as well a could b3 expected considering his severe in Â¬ juries and the severe weather Â¬ Tho McKinlcyitcs aro clamoring that heavier tariff taxos aro necessary in or der to niako our iron aud steel industries prosperous nnd aro trying to doludo tho peoplo into bulloving that tho Wilson law lias closed our furnaces rolling mills nud forges As tho average voter is not in a position to keep informed in regard to details of industries outsldo of that iu which ho is engaged theso re Â¬ peated assertions of business depression for iron nud stcol makers havo in somo quarters been believed Tho simple publication of tho official statistics will show that instead of being injured by tho Wilson tariff tho iron and steel in dustries aro inoro prosperous than ever before Tho production of iron for 1805 was 0440308 tons tho largest in tho history of this or any other country This tremendous output was S 788020 moro than wero produced in tho United States in 18SJ L aud 2321800 tons moro than in 1803 Sinoo thu McKinloy law was in forco during nil of 1803 and eight months of 1804 theso figures givo cold comfort to tho politicians who claim thntheavy taxes holp iron makers Iu steel tho increoso in production has been equally great In 1805 tho total production of besscmor and open hearth steel was 0040310 tons nn Increase of 1000001 tons over 1804 and 2002734 moro than iu 1803 This is tho greatest annual product of Btcol on record in the world and shows that under tho Wilson law tho steel industry flourished as uovcr before So long ns tho Republican parrots con lino themselves to repeating their oug cry Protection and prosperity they will amuse tho peoplo nnd perhaps influence u few heedless voters But whonover thoy npieal to facts tho ofll ciul figures will ilattcu them out by showing that the couutrys greatest manufacturing iudustrics havo been moro prosperous under tho Wilson tariff than under tho McKinloy law Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3aS6 84 -- jji 10 our midst XTCDtsinbuit Mollie Jolly the only daughter of R B 219750 34 LIABILITIES and Mary Cox with whom she has been Capital Stock paid in in cash 4310000 living since the death of her husband Surplus Fund 35000 00 Henry C Jolly who died May 0 1804 Undivided Profits 322541 Due Depositors ns follows viz She leaves two children Mamie and Deposits subject to check on Herbert who nre most too young to feel which interest it not paid 6630851 their loss but they fall into tlio hands of Time certificates of deposit on which 3 per cent Intertheir grand parents who will help and cut is paid 787 93 44i444 lead them iu the right road In their Unpaid Dividend declared this djy younger days 1804 00 Other liabilities Mollie was born ou the 11th of May to 70J 48 1804 and was married to II O Jolly lund pay taxes 1219359 34 Oct 01881 She was sick but a short STATE OF KENTUCKY time but was not thought dangerous unss County of DreckuuiJse til death almost laid its icy hand on her H Skillman Cashier ot Uie IlrecUnrlgn Hank A almost lifeless form She leaves a father a Bank located and doing butlucs In the city ol mother brother and two children with Cloverport Ky in said county being duly sworn a host of frieuds and relatives to mourn says that the toregoing Seport is in all respects a true stattinent ot the condition of the saldllank at her loss She was n member of tho M the close of business on the 30th day of June E church South of this place also n tojhi best of his knowedc and belief and further member of tho Union Star choir and says that the business of said Hank has been trans Sunday School where she aud her chil- Â¬ acted at the location named and not elsewhere tad that the above rrjwrt is made in compliance v ith dren took an active part nn official notice received from the Secretary ol Her funeral was preached at the Slate designating the 30th day of June 1896 as the church by Itev Metcalfe to a large con- Â¬ day on vhich such leport shall be made A II Skillman Cashier course of frieuds Her remains were W H Bowmer 1 then laid to rest in the Union Star cem- Â¬ V N Dlluy Directors etery by the side of her husbaud to lTSkiUman Subscribed and sworn to before me by A B Sk await the resurrection morn Wo all join In heartfelt sympathy with the sor- Â¬ man the 3d day ofJuly 1896 HC MUHKAYNPnC rowing family My Commission expires January 18th 18 8 The family of the deceased extend their thanks to the people of Union Star QUARTERLY REPORT for their kinduess during their daughters or Tint last illness Death of Mollie Jolly Union Star August 2 1890 On July Furniture and Fixtures Other Assets Protest Acc 320000 44 31 14 isi0 deatli took from Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ freeze cream perfectly in one minute as 1896 It is such a wonder a crowd will always KHSOUUCE3 be around so anyone can make from five Loans and Disdounts less loans to to six dollars a day selling cream and Directors from ten to twenty dollars a day silling Loans to Director officers not ImluJrd Freezore as peoplo will always buy an Overdrafts unsecured article when It Is demonstrated that they Due fro National Hanks can make monoy by so doing The Hanking House and Lot cieani is frozen instantly and Is smooth Olher Real Estate nud free from lumps I havo done so Stocks and Bonds Currency well myself and havo friends succeeding furniture and Iixlutet so well that I felt it my duty to let others know of this opportunity as I feel confi Ice Crcam Made in a Minute I have an Ice Cream Frees r that Bank of Hardinsburj will HARDINSBURG KY At the close of business on the 30th day of 992895 400000 614 Vy 1680544 300000 775 46 397500 9053 96 100000 113853350 dent that any person in any locality can make money as any person can sell cream and the Freezer sells itself J P CasoyA Co 1143 St Charles St St Louis Mo will mall you complete in structions and will employ you on salary if you can give thom your whole time Â¬ OASTOHIA The Champion of 1opolar RlgbU By his Bryans fiery defenso of tho rights of tho people ho carried tho hearts r Pl ffl Si of thoso buttle scarred politicians who for mouths had been casting about for tho man who seemed most available Now ho comes beforo tho peoplo as tho champion and representative of popular lnAnHlnlua Uuiicer to lira of rights asking for their suffrage They both raothir und UluilnUlits Icives clilia uud her In condl Won moro must now chooso either tho representa favorulilo to speedy rtcoery Stroiiser after limn tive of tho creditor classes and accumu gay u promlucut inUwIfo hsfore conflnoranf Is tbo best remedy lated millions chosen by agreement among tho representatives of tho money Â¬ FOR RISING BREAST ed syndicates or tho man who has conio Known and north the nrlo for that aloe forward to stand for tho peoplo without aud other support than that of his own mas bmlonied who recommendtd by mldwlvci Ki all laillcx hte used iu Ucwaro of substitutes nod Imitations tcrfnl ability winning tho lovo and ad miration of his friends aud compelling tho respect of his enemies Exchange Makes Ghild Birth Easy g MOTHERS FRIEND Capital Stock paid In In cash f2sDoo 00 Undivided Profits 6609 7 Due Depositors as follows Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is not paid 13963303 Time certificates of Deposit on which 1 percent interna is paid 61077 05 vnf cJ Bills re discounted jooo t Ulher liabilities Funds to Pay Taxes 1 STATU Ol KENTUCKY I IIAIUIlllliS I38S3 Â¬ Â¬ County of Hreclen ridge I M X Heard Cashier of the flank ofHurdisv burg a Bank located and doing business In the towa of Hardinsburg In ssld county being duly sworn says that the foregoing Report It In all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at nodosa of business ou the 30U1 day of June i8y6 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further uys that the bustueu of saU Hank has been trans acted at the location named and no elsewhere and that Ida abqvt report Is mad In compliance with an official nolle tccetvrd from the Secretary of Stat designating the 30th day of June 186 as Ih day 00 whkh such rtfort shall be mad M II Beard Cashier t H U thBvt 3ffffifol Royal Baking Powder tupcrlor to all others 3 Govt Reports That Urawa Tho Domocratio tlokot is charged irith tho kind of magnetism that draws of Rt Louis Republic A Magnet mull on receipt of price ftea pr totlla Hook TO MOTHSKkV uiallod tree containing oluntory BRIDFIELD KKHULATOH CO 1TUVT1 fiA SOU BT A LI DRUQOIMH O mPJH by EjP lctllk Director Motri Kikridge J SuWcribed and sworn to Uor m by M J I Beard th 0U1 day of July 18A H 8 Skillman CUik B C C By Frank Board D C WUIMIHr K Huard jCV taLaaaaaaatfaatlhatM U THE BRKGKENRIDGR BKECKENRIDGE NEVWS GLOYERPORT KY HONEY LOCUST Mrs Long is Dead Ruby Ryan Will Teach 1EWS 6 1890 THE BUSINESS OF OUR COUNTRY HES GETTING DIZZY WEDNESDAY AlKiUiT Is Done With Silver Money Banks Are Oiadunlly Working Q eon hacks out of Circulation Cincinnati Dream Mysteries May De Shadowy Memories His Lip Gone the McGavook School Many Visitors at Tar SpMngs INCOLN ffl OH THE COURT nittiirt r SUPREME Freedom of Speech In Po litical Discussions THE INCOME TAX DECISION Abraham Lincolns Opinion as to tho Extent to Which Supremo Court Decisions Aro Binding Upon tho Public Tho Chi- - caao Convention In No Mood For Rofinod Rhetoric tr The JIciwiichh with which mjiho of your koIiI coiilriiiiornrlti tlriiounco the jihuik of liii lltmiouatid platform tlo claiing for an incomo tiixnohvltlistniut ing tho decision of tlio miiiitino court fffdverso to tho urciit law hupoHing such iTtax recalls tho historic debato between Lincoln and Judgo Douglas iu In tlio course of that debate Judge Douglas charged Mr Lincoln and his Strty witli lesisting wliat was known lKs tho Died Scott decihion and in an pswer to that chargo Mr Lincoln thus states liis viow of tho extent to wliich a supremo court decision is binding upon tho publio as n ruler of political ao Judicial decisions havo two uses First to absolutely determine tlio caso decided and hccontlly to iudicato to the publio how other similar uaseH will bo decided when they arise For tlio latter uso they aro called precedents liud aro of greater or less authority according to circumstances If tho Drcd Scott decision had been niado by tho unanimous concurrence of all tho judges ami without any apparent partisan bias and in accordanco with legal expectation and tho steady practico of tho de partments throughout our history or if it had been before tho court more than onco and had thcro been alHrmcd and reaffirmed through a courso of years it might then bo factious not to acquiesce in it as a precedent But when ns is jtruo wo And it wanting in nil tlicso xlaims to tho publio confidence it is not factious it is not oven disrespectful to treat it as not having yet quito established n settled doctrino for tho country This samo court oico decided a na tioual bank tr bo constitutional but General Jackson as president of tlio United States disregarded tho decision and votoed n bill for a rochartcr of tho bank partly on constitutional grounds igain und again I havo heard Judgo Douglas deuonncn that decision and up plaud General Jackson for dihregarding it Tho sacredness which Judgo Doug las throws around this Drcd Scott do biiou is a degrco of f acrcdness that has iiovcr beforo been thrown around any other decision I never heard of such a thing Wo belicvo tho Dred Scott decision to bo erroneous Wo know that tho court that mado it has often over ruled its own decisions and wo shall do what wo can to havo it overrule this We do not resist it If I wanted to Jpko Drcd Scott from his master that yould ho resisting tho decision but I am doing no such thing as that I simply rcfuso to obey it as a political rule 1 Hero wo havo Mr Lincolns opinion 1vs to how far tho public is bound to follow a supremo court decision politically Tho incomo tax decision is certainly ilcss entitled to publio confident on tho fFecord than that of tho Drcd Scott caso for nc only was it mudo by a baio ma jority of a divided court but it was n fiat reversal of an claborato judgment of tho samo court on tlio samo law Tho platform does not however re sist tho decision as it stands If it were viaed to levy und collect an incomo rKlcr tho law declared to bo uncon- ouul that would bo resistance tho court and heiico revolutionary nothing of tho kind is contemplat- tmust bo lcnieniberHl that tho o im pcoplo reservo tho right toex thoir views in lehtiout to all at tho publio service Tlio u c aiijmrt enjoys no exemption from if Whether tho lauguago of tho M n is sufficiently lovcrentlal to- jA it court is nioro n matter of good maimers than of civil or political her osyf But tho convention wus in no mood for tho refinements of rhctorio or tho Its dec flesso of tho parliamentarian tlirationa nro a rereutful protest against what it deems the oppression of tho iseoplo by trusts and monopolies aid the jjEigungo used is as it should be iruightforward and determined Freo- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- 3 Uoti The amount o United States hlnixlitnl silver dollars in oxintenco is i07lHV Oil Tho law under which nearly all of tin in were coined authorizes Ihn S ere lary of the I reasury to l wii silver rer tillcates and to cxchniHU them for the silver dollars with whoiver cIioohcr to lireseut tluln for cxchatito TIuiTichh ii ry Dipirliiicnt clicunr making regula Â¬ tions for tho Issue redemption ami x chaiiKO of currency and gold nnd silver coin provides that standard tilver dol Â¬ lars luuy he prtBcnted to the Treimnrer for ex hwo for silver reilillcnoi It iilo provides thai llifse silver ceitlllcrttes are ri tie emablti in standuid silver dollars onlv Tin 8a regulations aro v ntaintd In Deiirtmcnt Circular No 1UJ dated November 1 18tl On the llrsl of July the number of sil ver dollars In actual circulation was 5217oKJ8 lho silver certillcatcB In Every- Â¬ circulation wero Will 250509 one of theso certificates states on its face that there have been deposited in the Treasury of the United States a number of silver dollars eiiial to the number ex In other pressed on the ceililicute words people have deposited their silver dollars in the Trtamiry and taken a re- Â¬ ceipt or certificate for them and the dollars belong to them on demand and not to the Government Tho amount of silver in escalation among the people thenfoie is not represented by the act ual silvtr dollars in circulation only but also by lho silver certificates which rep- Â¬ resent more thai 330000000 of silver dollarc Tho actual silver circu- Â¬ lation of the United States theiefore is over J luOOOOOOO ol which only about 11000000 is now in the treasury us a part of public funds And yet the gold newspapers state that silver will not circulate among the people by which they mean to circulate the falsehood that the millions of silver dollars in existence are not in use as They are all in us just as iiionoy much as the money is in uso which u man deposits with his banker and draws checks u on There is very little mon ey actually in circulation among the people ixccpt silver dollars aud silver certiflcatiB There is certainly no gold coin in circulation among the people east of the Itoeky Mountains One half of the 310000000 greenbacks are im Â¬ pounded in the Treasury the Secretary of the Treasury having swapped gold dollais for them which he bought by the hsuanco of inter st bearing bonds The other half of the greenbacks are mainly in the banks as are slso a little more than 00000000 of Every bank national hank notes in piling up its paper money puts in dilhVreiit denominations with the greenbacks at the bottom Sherman coin notto next national bank notes next and the silver certificates on top The man who prestnts his check at any bank is paid out of the silver certificates from the top of the pile When he gets a greenback or any other scrtof note it is because in the pile of the denomination he asks for the certificates have just at that time all been paid out New de posits will of course soon repleni h the silver certificates in the pile We havo been promped to nmk i this statement for tlio purpose of contiadictirii the oft repeated falsehood that not moie than sixty millions of silver money among our is kept in circulation AVe reit- Â¬ seventy millions of people erate in brief the statement above made that there is more than four hun- Â¬ dred millions of silver in circulation in the form of coin and certificate and that it constitutes very much the larger portion of tho money handled by the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AND THE STORM HAS JUST BEGUN Rocky Mountain Nows DEGRADATION When FALLS OF ROUGH Â¬ annulled They asked tho supremo court to roverso tlio record of its entire history lor their profit Whcro was Dr MacArthur when tho court was subjected to that degradation Thcro was abundant wnriiiug of its meaning Tlio tax shirkers wero told at tho timo that their ao tion was n blow at tho stability of all law and if successful must inevitably destioy popular respect for tho court and lead to letaliation in kind But all pio tests were unheeded tho principle of staro decisis was recklessly overridden and tho supreme court was induced first to mutilate and then by tho change of heart of a singlo justice to aunul a tax which had been ndoptcd in turn by botli parties and which formed tho only item of our national rcvenuo system that did not discriminate unjustly against pcoplo of small means Is it not rather early to try to cocr such a transaction as that with tho moss of prescriptivo right It n centurys unanimous decisions of tho supiemo court wero not safo from reversal for tho convenience of n fow millionaires is it anarchy to suggest tho possibility of changing n live to four decision that is only oiio year old It certainly would not bo if homo of tho financial pillars of Dr MacArtlmrs congregation wero to bo benefited Ly tho change Â¬ Occurred In tlm Cute of tlm fin The B q Meeting is a Corke- - Flfly Conpremn Court Tho political preacher 1ms already bo versions up to Date and Still the gun to get in his work in New York Good Work Goes on and Rev Dr MacArthur is delivering n series of evening stump speeches at The heat is intense his church One of his recent charges was that tho Chicago platform threatA good many are still on the sck list ened to degrade the supremo court of Rev Hawkins of Louisville is a guest tho United States Hero is what tho at tho parsonage Now York Journal says in reply On Aug 27 1801 tho law required Mr Tabor and wife Kordsvllle are tho collection of nil incomo tax Tho attending the meeting constitutionality of such n tax had been Com is growing so rapidly that one established by tho unanimous decisions of tho supremo court for 100 years can almost see it grow Thcro never hud been n decision to tho Miss Maude Lyons of Fordsvillc is a contrary If ever thcro wnsatimo when guest of Mrs Ben Storms law should iiavo ruled it was then Misses Edna and Bertha Wilson of But ccrtuin rich men who would havo had to pay something toward tho Louisville are the guests of Miss Mary government support if that law had been Pejton allowed to stand undertook to hnvo it Hamilton Hennen of Hawesvillo Â¬ It was the guest of Miss Jennie Green Sun Â¬ day afternoon Mrs Smith Querturmous who has been visiting in Louisville for some time has returned home Mrs 1 C Moorman and daughters Misses Mary Nellie and IOtitse and son Robert were guests of Mr and Mm Frank Peyton Mhs Ueaiichamp the Misses Parson and Miss Roberta and their brothers also Sam Morgan were the guests of the Misses Davison Sunday Mrs Lulu M Seaman Louisville and Miss Hattio Orm of West Point Ky were gti stsat the parsonage last week but returned home this week to the great regret of all Airs O L Cornwall and little children Mary and Dan of Iniisvillf who have been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Johnson Deau of ilendeane returned home lost week accompanied by her sister Miss Amanda Drau Rob Robertson Will Moorman Jul Owen Paul Demster Henry Moorman Robert Moorman D C Moorman Jesse L Owen It W OwenJ M 0en Glen Fisher Charlie Owen Vie Robertson Â¬ Â¬ Mis Jack Gross visited her hsterMio Iliiupliiey InstTuetday Ofcar McGavock Is attending court at llawisvllle this week as petit jurymen The cniitinplatid picnic at Tar Sp ings Saturday was reported a failure Miss Kallio Dyer and Jim Mackln at tended the picnic at Patesville Saturday Mirves Mattie and Killl llimplir y of West View are visiting their uncle W G Piimphrey this wtek Tlm show at Victoria la t Tuesday must have been a success as Ihi music was lc ard fur miles distant John McGavock Jr and sister Miss Lucy w re guests of the Missis Piim phrey one evening lost wei k Q lite a number of vl ilors are visiting the Tar Springs tills week from Oweus horo Ilarditihburg and Oloverpirt One afternoon last wetk quite a j illy crowd took a hay ride aud made it convenient to visit the Tar Springs on their return Wi siie Tucker of Pair View accom panied Miss Ivtfilo Tucker to lur home the I LI l of July and returned home Suu day evening Miss Htlbv Ryan of Pisah has the contract to trah the McGavock school this fall May success attend her and her pupils also Thcs McGavock threw open the doors of hie hospitable home last Saturday night to a crowd of youngsters who werr highly entertained in honor of the Misses Pumphrey Tho home of Mr Randall McGavock was made sad last week by the d ath of his daughter Mrs Long near IVIIvllle We all extend our deepest sympathy to the bereaved family Messrs Jim Skilhniin W G luni phrey Jr Abo Pumphrey M 1 Piini phrey and Mi sta Mattie and Kula Pumphrey were guesta nt J no McGav ockH lst Tuesday evening Abe Pumphrey seems to bu buying up cattle as he has been out several Sunday afternoons and on being asked his bus ness ho answers that he Is hunting hh Abe why dont you Uell herV cow W O Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The people have long since h aincd that the most disagreeable medicines are not necessarily the best Iu fact as a rule they are not What is wanted is something mild and sure bitch as Cham berllans Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy That is really pit asaut to take when reduced with water and sweetened Then It is acknowledged everywhere to he the most successful remedy in the Ask any world for bowel complaints number of druggists fir the best remedy tliny lmvo for diarrhoia and fully nine out of ten will recommend Chamlieilains In Fpcakiutr of this medieian Mr IS B Hulmmof FiiendsvilleSurquehaniiaCo says We have used it iu our family for pain in the stomach colic and daiirhoca and found it to bo a most eff ctlve remedy For sale by A R Fisher druggist Â¬ Pa people The Discovery Saved His Life Mr G Calllouette Druggist Beavers To Dr Kings New says Was taken Discovery I owo my life with La Grippe and tried all the physicians lor miles about but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live Having Dr Kinds New Discovery in my store I scut for a bottle and began its uso and from tho first dose began to get better and after using three bottles was up and about again It is worth its Wo wont keep store or weight in gold Get a frco trial at house without it Short I lay lies drugstore villolll Â¬ j -- Resolutions of Respect lw WiiEitiSAS The great God of Eternal Truth has taken from our midst our bo- loved cltlzun friend ami patron Mr Henry Moorman we feel In his loea that there is a vacancy which only time can lm r0 onmtnti til flirt A ttfttll hltJ frill f mill eradicate be It Jfsolteil That by his death our com Â¬ of tho country und tends to the bo- - munity is bereft of one of its citizens flccnco and stability of tlio govern- - who was always willing and ready to ex Â¬ snt Thoso who would deny or re hand to those in need of ict this right ton representative bodj tend a helping his kind assistance be it further o tho Ohicaito convention uro etuiex llaohtd That by his death we his ouglitless or iusinccre A Republican friends as well as his family fuel that ow York Journal upon us lias been sent a sore allliction or but at tho samo time we recognize this ow prl Ii priced money lieh money buy U tlio Uepublicau fact that He who knoweth all things rlne aud thU pleases the millionaires He It further doeth well Is money dealers Jlaolred That as a patron of our Sun Â¬ day tchool we foel that we have lost one California Is All night l her voto for tho who was numbered among tho best I ifornn will cast belt o aim not in tno intercom iu n gumJiooUfd That we tho members of nriwUrmrn ran 111 tllU interests of at nmiiinhi stnlrs and niralnst western friendship Union Sunday school dnoritv Tho whlto metal will Win darned Ky extend to tho bereaved 2uroku News family aud especially to his children Earl Irene and llruce who have been 1nnnlsr Ponullsm so faithful to attond the Sunday schoo I lm rrmrftrnHnn of silver is totlU- heartfelt sympathy and realizing ju wo shall behold tho biggest wavo oarwe do that It Is not all of life to live as popular and populous popuusua rop km that over popped a popper At- - therefore we will endeavor to profit by the example of our deceased friend and Ka constitution bis family Our frirtl n latron from u i hat jone rust tlio people A voice we luted Incikia1 A par It varant In our mljt r - O MoorMrs Bettio Moorman Mrs I man Misses Mattie OwenJitkio Owen Nannie Owen tieorgia Robertson Nan Â¬ nie Fisher Fannie Green Mrs Jeff ticians smashed Owen Mrs It W Owen of Glendeaue Mr and Mrs Harry Stum and little The Suns Holt Tho bolt of the Now York Sun to Me daughter of Rock Vale quite a number Kiuley docs not assumo tiio nature of n of others from a distance are attending bewildering sui prise In fact tlieso reg the meeting ular announcement by Editor Dana of We havo auraud meeting In progress a chango of baso aro growing chest nutty nnd have about us much influence It is one of tho warmest and most inter- Â¬ upon tlio Democratic party as a playful esting meetings that was ever held at gnat on tho car of a slumbering donkey the Falls of Roiuhtheru are about forty Dana may bo entirely honest iu his live or fifty up to date whoso bouIs have avowed conviction that n gold standard been saved and the burden of sin wash is preferable to bimetallism but he is ed out of their hearts by the blood of decidedly presumptuous when ho char Christ leaving them happily shouting acterizes his ipuulrcunial declaration of Wo aro saved saved hlensd he Thy Exchange principle as a bolt name Oh merciful God By Thy lovThe man who had all 00000 In Rolil In ing par Ion wo have passed fiom tho 1873 aud has It now Is twice as rich as ho dark and hideous grasp of Satan to was then fur his liioLiy will buy twice as We have beautiful and holy light much as It would then escaped that awful doom that awaits the McKlnlrys Had Memory wicked tho everlasting tortures of Wo are nil ruudy unit anxious to Rut back to With happy smiling faces the Hades tho jwrlod of Ibft wliun this country wus en joying Its hlghust iinwurlty Hon William saved ones rise bravely from their seats JlcKinlcy In a ltucunttiptcch ut Canton U blessing Gol from the depth of their Business failures in 1802 according souls We are blessed with good preach- Â¬ to Bradstrccts were over 11 1000000 is one of the best and Tho official report of tho United States ers for our pastor labor bureau shows that in tho sumo he has done his whole duty though the year there were 1208 strikes nearly all meeting was doubly blessed by the help against wugo reductions and 710 lock of Mrs Lulu M Seaman of Lousville oute including that at tho Carnegie and Miss Hattio Ormsif West PolntKy works ut Homestead of workers who Mrs Seaman Is a beautiful woman aud we would not uccept lower wages believo she is noble and good As she Great prosperity in 1802 wasnt it stood before us her glorious voice filling major the room now triumphant siulllug hap- Â¬ Vat Frylnc py as she described what God had done Wliilo thero is so much being said for her and what he had and woud do about tho bolting Democrats little is for others then sadly pleadingly Bhe heard about thoso Republicans who rc- besought sluners to give up wickedness fuso to follow a man wIiomi nomination St Louis aud come to Christ as we listened to her was secured by fat frying thrilling tones and felt that each word Republic came from tho depth of a heart that is Strong In their Iositlon pure aud trim we forgot our prejudice Tho Dcmocratio ticket will drivo tho ltopubllcau candidates from their seclu- aud said in our hearts the causo of Goo sion if anything can Thero will bo no Is not disgraced by this woman and why Fur lack of invitation to combat in tlio po- Â¬ aro thero not more lady preachers really and truely I think Mis Seaman litical uioua Cincinnati Enquirer aud Miss Ortns can claim every soul flood For the Silver Cause Raved during their stay hero as si many Tho bolt of tlio New York Sun is full gleaming jewols In their crowns of glory of promise for tho silver cnuso Tho presidential cuudidateH opposed by Tho The rich sweet volco of Mlsn Onus Sun are always elected tit Louis Tost trilling forth her makers praise and the glad peals of music from the organ be Â¬ Dispatch neath her inspired touch sank deep In A caveat ia a notice given to tho pat- Â¬ the hearts of all who listened office nuder tho cavoators olalni ent Rev Harklns of Louisville Is still that ho believes himself entitled to the credit of an invention for which a pat- with Bro Cu ud ill rendering him valua ent has not yot been applied for ble assistance Old political parties liHVe a tendency to greatly reduce the force of publio opin Â¬ ion lartlea should be frequently broken op and the mechanism of machine poliÂ¬ EKRON Dr Warfleld Is Visiting In Louisville Misa Daisy Cox Has Relumed Home Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Peyton Shumute went to ixuiisvilie Tuesday on business rjl B Shacklett raised the bosa head of cabbage It weighed 17 pounds MJ Bennett of Payuesville passed through town Tuesday cu route to the city Miss Florence Rose left for L uiisville Sunday after a weeks visit with Miss Rna Shacklett Mrs P H Gntham aud daughter of Uioverport aro tho guests of Mrs Pi P Archer this week Dr R W Warfljld went to Uulsvllle Tuesday to visit his brother George Waill ld f ir several days Mias Daisy Cox who has beeu the guest of her aunt Mrs 7 T Cox for the past two weeks returned to her homo at Tobinsport Wednesday Wo congratulate the jvople of liar dlnsburg in securing the berviees of Prof D S Roberta in the collego work at that place Mr Roborts is well qual Â¬ While we ified to teach all ho profocsos regret to give him up ut this place his services will command more than we cau pay ASK the recovered dyspeptics bilious suuerers viciiuis oi ever and ague the incrcurlu diseusod sT WvSk D patient how they re covered health cheerful snlrlu and irood MBBMSlilEV JBkaL apnctlte tlicvwiii tell Â¬ Â¬ -- UONS oii by tuklnsr SIH llVbH KtUU IAIOIt M M Nicholson who lives nt the corner of Cttrran and Anderson Sts At lanta On had a cancer for years It first appeared on his lip aud icitn vlnus Exlslonci bled a fever blister hut spread rapidly and soon began to destroy the flesh II is father and uncle hail died from Litllo Satisfaction Found in the Cancer nnd he sought the best medical aid in different cities but it scented im Many Explanations Given For possible to check the disease Several operations were performed hut the can lho Formation of lho cer ulways returned Tills continued for years until the partition in his nose nun ins entire ti pcr lip were eaten Phanlasmaijorla Which lomu to All away treat ment having proved Us as We Sleop looked futile he upon death as the ft only relief In n thoughtful well written nrticlo Some one reon Dreams nnd Their Mysteries in commended SSS Tho North Aim ricin Review Iliiuibtth and he says Uisluud lcmindi ui that wo tiro mi faa few bottles afford- miliar with tiie phenomena of ship led some relief thus encouraged I con that tlio strangest dreams como as no IsTfnilAMLtVfat tft i I surprise Slio says truly tinued it and it was not long he 1rovo that you havo tho hypnotic fore the nroLress ol MW power to make u man feel pain or pleas llin flier kii enmn ure without material cause that you cd I persevered in itt checked can foreu him to Miovo himself u soluse and remarkable as it may seem dier bay or u woman or that lie is am completely cured and feel like I three feet high or two persons ut once have new life SSS is the most reand ho will gapo upon tills occult mas markable remedy in the world and tery with awo and wild surpriM1 ho everyone will ogrec that the cure was a who every 24 hours of his life with no wonderful one moro magic potion than healthy fatigue with no greater wonder working weapon Cancer is in the blood aud it is folly than n pillow may ereito for himself phautasmieal delusious liesidu which nil to expect an operation to cure it SSb guaranteed purely vegetable is n real mesmeric Miggotti ins aro hit thollit remedy for every disease of the blood test of dull commonplace Because pcoplo niti afraid of being iiooKs iii a i iuu free address thought superstitious with legtrd to Swift Specific dreams thcro has been nu unscientific Co Atlanta avoidance of tho whole topic which is Ga no less superstitious and puerile tho consemienco of which foolish rcvulsirn LOUISVILLE HEIOIITS has been that ono of tho most curious functions of tho brain is still iu n period L0UHV LLS I Jjy 2J H of universal investigation left unex Shippers should mirk alt packkgei plainly amined nnd unexplained Somo dabbling thcro has been iu tlio matter hut with ehijipors oatne and post office address so fur no tenable explanation has been UUXTEtt offered of thoso strango illusions of Choloe ooutnry V o H Medium 7 sleep with which all mankind is familCreamery 10 A J iar Tlio results up to this time of this EUUS dabbling uro for the moat part of little Fresh 7j i moro value than tho contents of thu FEATHERS Alt greusy well thumbed dieamlx oks that lrnue white gouxe II 21 6 35 MixeJ formed tho only und dearly belovid li 15 brary of cighUcuth century milkmaids Old 1 luck Mo U0 25 and apprentices Tho gieater portion of POULTRY such labor us has been bestowed on tho Ilea subject lias been mainly din cted towiinl Spring per lb I 25u3 111 Chickons per dot efforts to prove thu extreme rapidity Ducks peril 15 12 Iccjc per dux with which tho dream passes thinugh i50lUil tho mind and that it is some trivial POTATOES outwaid causo ut tho moment of lous Irifh per lurrd 50 75 ing fiom dumber such us it noise u New I ii i hi 2 5iImi al 2 Oil light or tlio like which wakes tho Hwccl Htitnes J er bbl Kruui store 2 to 5 rts higher btaiu to this miraculous celerity of imNavy Pcari per bushel Q aginative creation ROOTS Tho general conviction that dreams flioscng J 40 Qf J75 occur only ut thu instant of tlio awaken Senlca Hnuko 54 I A ing shows how littlu real attention lias Pink Q 21 been bestowed upon tlio mut tcr since Yellow b 5 a tlio most casual observation of lie dog Wild linger I Iady Slipper that hunts iu dreams would show that May Apple jy ho may bu chasing tho wild deer and Illoud 21f following tho rot iu tho gmy kingdom riELDSHKLS of seeming without breaking his slumTimothy per bushel bers lie will start aud twitch and give Clover per bushel Crimson Clover per bushel tongue after tho phantom tpmriy ho Rod Top pi l bushel Hut i ivmi flu Mill hfniMiilf ntirsuino truth of any ono of these assertions still lllun Irnss fiucy p r bushel tho lieuit of tho mystery has not yet Illuo Iran extm per bushel Onion f cts YuIIuh per biishol been plucked out sinco it is not ex White plained why ii noise or it gleam of light UIDKS such as thu senses aro quitu familiar Oreen yood should Dry Salt good with in waking consciousness at tho moment of lousing causo thu Dry flint good 10 Qi 40 brain to create with inconeeivublu ra- Sheep skins WOOL pidity a scries of phautasmngoiiii iu Tub washed G 21 order to explain to itself tlio familiar Orome fine 15 16 phenomena of light or sound U 12 Burry is broadly inserted by many that Mack 12 It ll IU Harry and Cuts 8 eacli aud every ex tho memory letains MISCELLANEOUS perience which lifu has presented for its VA contemplation but this is hardly true Tallow 25 Ileeawax It makes to a certain extent a choice Sorghum Molasses I52D and chooses oftentimes with apparent HAY GRAIN FEED caprice To demoustrato thu titith of We quote pric3 to day on Louisville city this let ono endeavor to ncall tho first wharft impression retained by his childish OATS 22 No J oat 23JJ mind and it usually proves to bu souio UAY tliing extremely trivial 14 00 3 15 00 Timothy No 1 A lady interrogated ns to this tie 12 00 12 50 Timothy No 3 elated her Hist clear memory was u flood Uriah t Straw Ii 00 5 00 senso of tho comfort to her tired little body of the clean linen sheets of thu bed at tho cud of tho most perilous and iidventuious journey and ol whoio startling incidents herinemoiy had pre Again tills capricious served nothing faculty will oizo on some fow high lights iu a vivid picture mid reject nil As it rule tiiu uuimitortant details howuver it is thu profound stii rings of tho emotions which wako tho memory kssjf i k r to activity A woman novcr foigets her first lover A mail to tho end of his lifu z- i v cuu recall his first triumph JUU Y If Miss Disluud believes that wo inherit many of tlio memories that como to us waking as well as sleeping Kvery one has folt many times iu his life u scuo of familiarit with incidents that have Louisville Henderson St LtjI s hyc l had lio place iu his own experience and has found it impossible to offer any ex3STO planation for thu feeling Coming sud denly around u turn of n hill upon u fair und unknown landscape his heart Tttkinir ifi t may bouttl with a keen seuso of recognition of its unfamiliar outlines In tlio At 600 oclck A U Sunday Mar 22 1895 midst of a tiugliug scum of emotion n V11I Bound Tram sensation of tho whole incident being u Weil Bound Traxnt U repetition will rob it of its II mere dull Ai Mail A Mall A joy or pain A sentenco begun by u Kxprs llxprs bTATIONb Kxprs Kxpt friend is recognized as trito and old bo Dally Dally Dally Dally fore it is half done though it refeis to 630UU1 7 Vain IvUsn ptar 12 4Vmi 8 0pm matters now to tho hearer A sound it 6 45 7 41 Kentucky St 12 20 8 07 8 41 7 20 West Point 11554m 7 10 pcrfumo u sensation will awaken feel Howard 717 8 44 21 II CO 7 ings having uo connection witli tlio oc6 6J 1141 8 57 Wlllowilale Til 11X5 of Pro Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ riSm Â¬ Â¬ mb iwWSJ WMiT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Real Blood Remedy sss fflB j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ U Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ siiNZW v i vr IMfh Â¬ Â¬ TIME SCHEDULE lO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and Best Fanrlly Medicine In the World I latin For DY8iKFSIA CONSTIPATION I litol III MIAC dkellhUutLcksU K MJUU blUMAUl c Ueprev1011 cl Spirits I his uniivullol rtnicdy is Heartburn etc warranted not to contain ii k sfle partklo ol Mlkluky or any mlnerul substance but is Ths Cheapest Puret casion In sleep tho bruin is peculiarly active in certain directions not bniug distracted by tho uiultittido of impressions con stantly conveyed to it by tho live senses 7 IS 7 45 UUI 7V 8 01 Â¬ 811 8 8 a Â¬ of British treasury the modest allowance i0 000 per year Tnklos Two Weeks Off Tlio Princess Loulso draws from the A Mth free silver ami every taau wlll to bear hi eliaro of taxation we 11 bcKin to liavo a model reiwblw It Sbuaia Be Which odJjt God can nL Mat V Paywh LaUBA L GaKNKU LouU post DUpatsli Fkank W Havmiw Coinuiltteo on Resolutions Teacher How many weeks in tho year Tommy f iinklus Tommy Only 00 this year Teacher You kuow very well that here are 03 I ommy Nom not this year Pit ays hes golug to tako two week off lloxbury Uawtia containing those Southern Hoots and Hetbt which nil all wise Providence lavs plstsd n most prevail countries where liver It will cure all Disease causeJ by Ocranie ol the Ilver and llowels mint The hVillIOMS of llver Comnla nt are a bitter or bad taste in the mouths 1aln In the or Kneu Back Sides or Joints oflen rnlmiLcn Appetite l ots oj matlsm 5our Stomsch costive nnd last Headache llowels alternately Lois o Memory with a luilnlul sensation t yvhlch out lit to havlnif failed to do soniclhln thek have been done Ueklllty Low Spirits a a dry yellow appearance o tlio Skin and Ijcs fcouifh often mistaken or Consumption nil nf fllOSM fcVllllltnmS attSAd the dlsessa at others very ewj but ilia LlVaR u t Generally wo seat oi mo uhKi Keeulalsd In time ereat sufferlug wretched ness and DUA1 It will ensue Buckleni Arnioa Salve The olloaini hlchly esteemed persons attest to the virtues ol olmiuon llvei HKeuulsUiri The Bkst Salvk In the world for Cut Cat Kev Oen W S Holt Ires Us SW It K Sparks Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever I R 1elderC Perry Oaj Col K MslersonUsqSlisria UibbCo banyUai htcpliens Bores TetterOhapped HandsChllblains Oat Hon Alexander Itvirtues personally and w have tested its Corns and all Skin Eruptions and posÂ¬ know that f or hunanlD ltlltmtfnr t and w Headache It is iuIiah medicine the itively cures Piles or no pay required Throbblnir saw We tried forty other remedies world ever ILfflllAldr lull Huilgvi Ml -is guaranteed to give perfect satis Â¬ kI Uliuif aimiiiiii It temporary relied but tha Hcgu Price 36 us more than relieved but cured us Rlv faction or money refunded later not only Macon Oa ANI MKMtNOfcH cent per box For sale by Short A TStlOKAHl MANUrACTUHEO ONLY UY I lay lies II ZtILri e CO fbiUdslphla Pa 1UUI17Y VIJGUTAIILB IIhss Â¬ Cnltaa Â¬ i J olllnirif 5 5 03J and experiments witli hypnotic sleepers 887 I0 5 44 Pierce 845 10 FI 5 4t provo that somu of its functions become Snlplc 850 10 It StephensiHirt 6 35 10 2H 8H in sleep abnormally ucutoaud vigorous 101 Addison 5 SI 1033 0 02 Tho 10 tl Why not lho function of memory 10 35 Holt 905 2 941 Cloverport 5 It 10 47 918 pos sosnloihi which during thu waking 9 4ft Shops 1051 V22 ill 9 35 hours wtro usolces aud thorcfoio re SOS 9SM 1HU Sklllmsn 9 Ilawcsvillc 4M jected by tho will surge up again vivid 944 1112 11 iM 46 U5J 917 Pctrie nnd potent and troop before the percep 4 49 911 DM falcon II 1115 912 431 1008 eMtport tion uiisummoiiud motley aud fantastic 4 25 8 1142 YVallwan nerving no purpose moro uppaicnt than 1015 416 8 40 1015 Powers U5Uin 4 f fi 8 31 I2lilpin Pates do tho idle discouiiectid recollcctionn 1084 8 25 355 1215 10 48 Owentboro moments of dreaminess of oneH waling 3 44 12LM 814 Mattlnirly UUI 811 339 Griffith and yet It may hap withal that tho 11 r5 li 8 A 12 31 3S6 Stanley 11 OS tireless brain forever turning over anil 1115 3 30 12 40 Worthlngton 758 7 51 3 23 12 47 Kcsds over its heirlooms in thu night is beck Â¬ H2I I Spottsvllle 743 316 litlnuilJM ing hero an inspiration or thero u mem Â¬ 113841 100 I nsssstt 7 36 3 III ory to lo used iu that flerco uiul complex 11 6Spm 1 15pmsr Ilsmleia W 7 50ui cp struggle called life Now York ComW K IIANKS mercial Advertiser KINCHEL0E BARNES To mtUrt the complexion good nnd Ihn breath sweet uso Dr ltvlls Peppermint Gliill Tonic It purifies the blood rids LAW ATTORNEYS yon o malaria and Id an upbuilding tonic KY HARD1NSQURO Pleasant taste and aiding digestion Guaranteed by 50c pleasant eflect Colltcas and wilbrcwasut of liens g4vea specUl alfsnlton nil dealers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 21 9 81 9 40 0 40 0 57 1007 1015 1021 VH Hock Haven Lone llranch llrandcnburK Kkrnn IrvlnKton Webster 651 6 6 6 6 47 11 1127 IS L9 Ml iuitnn II II 1051 1042 616 90 32 21 6 03 AT J V IfoL -- T- - X Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY THi BIG SPRING Visitor From Hirdinsburg Brandrnkarg Loolsvllle and Other Placet Other Notes BRRGitEXMRIOGR NRWS GLOYRRPORT KY I THE QUESTION OF INTEREST the Mansea It U claimed tlmt from 03 to 0 per cent f tho bulnedono in this country Wo find that nearly Is dnie oil credit A is a all bnsinew men niv Iwrrowers fnruiT and has to borrow money to Ho goes to his carry on hi buslnen bonkor lorTows money nt 8 t cent ndd 8 cents to every dollars worth cf wool for instance that ho raises sells to B manufacturer who is also a borrower 11 adds 8 cents and sells to O Jobber who adds his 8 cents and sells to D wholesaler who adds his 8 cents and sells to E tho retailer ondE being a borrower adds his 8 per cent Interest Wc find that in going tho rounds from producer to consumer thero has to bo paid 10 cents interest on every dollar You buy a suit of clothe from tho re- Â¬ tailer fur 20 You iay 3 interest whether yon are aware of it or not and this interest money goes into tho hands of a class of people who do not add ono dollar to tho wealth of tho country In terest is like a lot of bloodsuckers on a healthy child It cannot maintain itself and supply the ravenous uppetitcs of tho Clio amount tho indus bleodsucktrs tries of the conutry aro taxed annually to pay interest is appalling If wo tako the total indebtedness in this country which amounts to at least 840000000 000 and average the rate of interest at 7 rT cent we find tho resources of tho country are taxed 2800000000 annu Â¬ ally which is 1200000000 more than there is iu tho United States When wo stop to realize that tho function of money is simply n meelium of exchange to facilitate tho exchange of tho products of labor tho great injustice of varying rates of interest ia apparent For in stance a man doing business in New York borrows money at C per cent and ono borrowing in another state pays 10 per cent Tho interest on 81000 for CO years at 0 per cent compounded amounts 000 while loaned tho same way for the same time at 10 per cent it amounts to 117000 adiffereuco of 00000 in favor of tho man borrowing at C per cent Bailroad Telegrapher Ulie Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ STEPHENSPORT is Gone AlGlT 5 1800 Bhowlae How Ihn Cmllt Njstero ltnpoier Mrs Vaughn Coavaetc Home nt Leigh Isaacs Has Bryan Is All Right Ice Cream Supper Saturday Night i llngton I Mr and Mrs F C Ferry of Hender Â¬ son are with their parents Mr and Mrs E II Miller Mrs It W Vattghan who has leen III for several neeks with typhoid fever is now convalescent Ed Palmer wlfo aud daughter of days Nashville and Lewis Stiles of Louisville Leader aro visiting C C Lewis Miss Myrtle Moorman entertained In honor of Miss l ronnle Clarkson last Mrs Leigh Isascs who has been a Some timo incc the Jfcw York Her Â¬ Friday evening guest at the Smith house returned to ald which is aix ardent supporter of the Boy Wimp ol Irvingtonras the glfst her home In Louisville last week poldbug ticket wcural the ktviwi o of Mr Jess Clarkson and family last Sat- Â¬ Mrs Will Lennin who has been Mr Charles Todd Part tho export urday and Sunday Mr and Mrs R A Smith haa re- Â¬ physiognomist to pivo a delineation of Misa Pearl Wimp of Brandenburg turned to her home In Hardinsburg McKinley With com tho character of was the guest of her sister Mrs Jees iHendaMo fainie Tlie Herald now h Mrs Jas Bigjjs was called to Troy Clarkson last Saturday and Sunday enres a similar reading from Mr Kirk Ind Saturday to be present at the of Bryan Thi is what this character Miss Lillle Clarkson has returned from funeral of her nephew the youngest reader thinks of the young man from Elizabethtown where child of Mr and Mrs Frank Itagsdale he was the guest Nebraska Clinton the infant son of C C Lewis Bryans organization is ecntially of Miss Anna Knglish a few day a las died July 22 at the home of its grand altruistic artitic athletic and showy week He is a born orator a born actor and a Misa Ruby Miller has returned from a parents Mr and Mrs Richard Palmer liom leader He is emotional and im visit to Cecilia she was accompanied of Nashville The remains were brought Ta satisfy any man of experience that its use saves labor increases the number of pouuds and improves the pulsive and above all and over all ho home by Misses Georgia Harl here for interment and Em Â¬ is intense ma Kerlz Rev George Bell Tsoong Kia Tslng quality of his crop By its use If Mr Bryans nature did not run The following young ladies entertain a Chinese missionary gave an interest- Â¬ in preciwly tho hues that it does this ing lecture at the M E chnrch last intensity of his temperament which is ed last week in honor of the visitors its most striking poiut would make Misses Moorman Lillie Clarkson Bettie Wednesday evening He is a student o him an exceedingly dangerous man He Clarkson and Zslnia Strother Emery college Oxford Ga capabilities And not to Lugs and Trash lias all tho arts and the It kills little worms as well as big ones and on application lasts a Misa Irene Board of Hardinsburg The Baptist ladies will give an Ice wbith capture tho mob He ii courage There are no ragged leaves and your mind is at ease in regard to worms You do not fear them cream supper at the city hall on Satur month ous bold as a lion lotes a fight is at accompanied by her cousin Marvin day night of this week Good music and wwe aggressive and affable shrewd and Board of Constantine were the guesta The planter who uses N S I is the tobacco raiser of the future of Mrs G A Meador one day last week captivating I am eighty seven years old and have choice recitations will be an interesting But united with those is a strong For full particulars and prices very cheap see or address Misses Edith and Mabel Collier and used about all of the coujli and lung hatureof the evenings entertainment religious temperament largo spiritual Master Morris Collier of Lmisvilleare remedies that have been sold during my He is in ity and great benevolence A little daughter of Mr Lewis Dayton NO D B ABBAGE tense but it is the intense desire to do tere visiting their grandparents Mr life and for the benefit of the suffering an old aud much respected citizen of good Ho is utterly unselfish as the and Mrs A 11 Morris and other relatives I will say that I have never used any Barnitz Pa occasionally OLOVERPORT KY has trouble For Breckenridge Hancock and Meade Counties human kind goes and while ho is am remedy fqual to Dr Bells Pine Tar with her stomach which gives her conexalt himself it bitious and wihes to What causes bad dreams is a question Honey It gives quick and permanent siderable distress In speaking of it Mr A Irlck of the 1rofealou is all with the desire to uplift and ben Ilalherickwtr 91 The OucieDlamo nd that has never beeen satisfactorily relii f in grippe as well as other coughs Dayton said As soon as she has an As two eminent physicians weru strollNorman Alacleod D D efit his fellow men It is this which re 92 The Stalling answered but in nine cases out of ten W keep it in our house all the time attack we give her a dose of Horence Alarryat 93 Captain Nortons Diary lieves his character of the dangerous Chambe- Â¬ ing arm iu ami uloug tho boulevard one barah Ijt er 94 Her Geiite Deeds The Duchrs quality which might otherwise so easily frightful dreams are the result of imper Â¬ aud would not be without it rlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea of them bow ed to a lady who crossed 95 Aloonshlne and Alarvueritcs WiILie Ccllins and Charles fect digestion which a few doses of Mrs M A Metcalff 90 No Th rougrue attach to it Remedy and it has never failed to re- their patlu Dickens A patient ch Under the eyes is that fnlluess which Sareapartlla will effectually remedy 1005 South Fourth Street Paducah Ky lievo her promptly We alt use it in TW0 25CENT NOVELS FREE TO Charles Dickens 97 The Haunted Man Oh uot a serious case I attended betrays a largo command of language Iont delay try it to day The Duchess 9S Fortune Wheel our family with the same gocd result STRIKING CONTRASTS lately for a pimple a mcro speck EACH SUBSCRIBER With another an easy flow of word Wnkie Collins 99 Love s Random Shot For 6ale by A R Fisher drujrgist on her nose iu An April Day Phillpua 1rittlejeihson kind of a mouth ho would bo vplublo HOLT Dominating Influence of the Two National II I Farjeuo 101 Little Male What did you prescribe and diffuse As it if lie drxs not speak 10a Round the liallcy rire W Clark KustelL Conventions ALL NEW AND FRESH liobert Uuchanan Prci cribe Nothing at all though I 103 The New Abeluni GARRETT everything that is in him but with out Tho Democratic convention was a and other stones 10 Out Contrairy Florence absolutely forbado her to play the his qnick and alert brain K nds forth Mrs Georgia A Dowell Gets Her Pension great tumultuous bedy of earnest mm Atarrvat Dita Lady Alargaret Msjendie piano To those sending 3100 to thia office we 105 Hie Alidnlijht Sun hredrika llremer jnr thoo words and sentences which Mrs Williams Returns Addison 106 who fought for their convictions and Visitors from New Albany Custer BranThe piano For n pimplo on tho villi send post paid Tub BrECKESBirxJE 107 alene Fate Mrs Alexander will drive straight at the mark with the either tnumphe d iu gtory or fell strugBuys Another Store denburg Wist Point and Other nose I dont sec that Alercy 108 At the World F Warden precision That he would be a ntinot gling uncoiiqurrcd 13 the lat Itoery Folic Alauvnic henn Ah I ought to tell yon perhaps Xusfor one year and two 2 cent 19 The Nar and Vet Go Far Alison magnificent actor is hown in all these Points Novels selected from the list of 200 books 110 S Tho Republican convention was a that uy rooms aro just below hers Mory traits in union with bis strong senso of in A Husbands Village Anne Ik ale Gen A J Gross and wife spent severbwly of men who gather d gre edily to nlilcli is published in this column 113 The risher La Libre- - Parolu By imitation I mean that imitation An Old Mans Lioe Anthony Irollone al days last week in Louisville any out the ikin e i f their musters in To those Rending two dollars wo will 113 Jnhn Hull and lns Island AlaxORell J C Crutcher went to Vine Groe 114 A lower which at once reproduces things It is reported by good authority that ortltr that tlity aight share in the spoils Monday seid post paid The Uheckkskiikie 11 Fhe Iuluro and Jark ol All Trades Chattel As for- - his mid improves on them Ilea de of olitical plumlerif their masters won Is it hard to learn to write short Nuts and fifteen Twenty five cent books 116 The Ghost of Clurlotte Cra Klorence Mar and has Hjmcthing Henry Dick found him a new otic at the nuceesS month it Bill Tiudall and family spent Sunday ry at hand of the same stn ugth as Edwiii Booths Stephensport picnic This proposition holds good with new 117 Ueaduna Comments on Current Events C The ono was n cut aud dried affair at Tom Millers No Anybody can leant it Aud aft Â¬ anbscribeis or with He is not That is shown by Keade a iviiw ut tVuulovltle Lame down iviuiLulifii uil ternvtriitiimal renewals when the tiS Lady Clare or The Master his largo beHoolence ana im- tuiuuess Jim Tindall and John Funk went to er you have got to yon can writo it subscription of the Forges G The other ww tho battlefield is paid up in lull and one Ohntt of th nose just above the wiugs of tho Minday to see his son who is spending why all you liavo to do is to go to work Charles Meade 119 Ixiteand Alouer The other was extraordinary in new Braudenburg Tuesday year in advance uoetrils Tho latter indicatts that he the summer with grandma Burks at Aliss Alulock 120 Misitloininy Casper Funk and Joe Lancaster went and learn to read what yoa have writ- Â¬ leaders new expedients and uew spirit ha very httlo arquismvcncv- is uot a Addison These books aro printed from new type iji The House on tlie01JIarsh F Warden ten Chicago Tribune the stars HuchConur although pledging itself to tho restora to Brandenburg Friday lis I he DauBhier money maker and doe not car very on good paperand are bound in hand Â¬ 113 A Smless becret Klta L D Addi nn has purchased a store at tion of an old principle Carl Vosmaer 124 Ihe Amisou lunch for money He is hopeful buoy Scnooner Point Thero aro said to bo over a thousand some paper covers John Funk and T Cleary were tho They are sold all 123 lloyond ltecall Adeline Sergent and was up there last The ono was a market place where ant and optimise His self esteem is women in New York who iu ono way over the country at 23 guesta of Won Hilf and family Sunday cenU each but 10 1iedouche a French Ditectite Foitune D11 full enough to give him afullvalnoof week fitting it up Harvey Willett has principles were bartered aud sold nom Hobgibey or another make their living by their we have Mrs Buckler spent Sunday at Gar made such arrangements with u The ater llakles Itev Chas Kiocley inations put up ut auction his power but ho is not a vain man charge of it Tvna 18 The Soutlitrn Star Jules Vcrre Republicanism was iuert suppressed nettsville the guest of her sister Miss the publisher that we can furnish them lay Lyres Atquitul Helen II Mathers or an egotistical one The colored people gave a moonlight to our readers at 10 cents single or any 130 alj Jtlhe and I lly author of A Yellow Howard The full brow reveals his suavity picnic at Louis Duncans Saturday night and hthurgic iu its last comentiou Aster while Democracy was electric and re and affability and the fullness between which was largely dozen for 100 post paid NERVOUS DESPONDENT This pro- Â¬ 131 Vashti and Ester Ity the writor of llcllti Jas Ricketla and family of near Branattended by both sponsive to tho public dumands Letteis tho eyes and eyebrows indicates a cer Â¬ white position is made for the benefit of those I3 Utjond tht City A Conan Doyle denburg spent Saturday night at J C and colored St Louis was a graveyard WEAK DISEASED HEN tain clevirnes which makes him bear who are already paid up subscribers or ij3 A Mindal la Ualitmia A Lonan Doyle Crutchera Chicago was a cradle Mr E J Brooks has resigned his po- Â¬ ol 134 ihe A himself easily in any position in which those who do not particularly care to ijj Ibe Mgi therour RobertConan Doyle lleirof Liane Cures Guaranteed or No Pay Huchanau Iho old Republicanism died Mrs Dr Crutcher of West Point is lie might be placed Thus supposing ho sition with Judge W D Holt in the Robert luisMevenson 3 Treasure Island V take our eubscription proposition but 137 The Sllekll 3ltulttr s It Tho new Democracy was bom had not mingled much in society and merchantile busiuess Mark Kenton spending this week with Misses Lulu TOUVOor MIIJDI E AGED MEV Yoa CrocUit iji Tht Miitlde I u Robert Louis Stevenson J Omaha World Herald want to buy some of the books mar bare boon the Tictlm of Self Abate were to attend a fashionable fuuction has taken his place and Myrtle Crutcher 139 The Mrrry Jltu Hubert Louis SUtensou when jonDg later Kxi enaoa or e ptwore You Can Make Your Own Selections for the first time he might feel out of It ISceienon Cure for Headache MolrlnreUtto to blood illreaM maj liae completed tlie Miss McCan and Mrs Adams of New liss Mary Dutschke Chas ItiedelJr Yon foel itie armptoma stealing 141 The JUvtdif nlurtj of John MrheUei work Uobert place and uneasy but he would not Order by number In ordering it is As a remedy for all forms of Headache laniiv ttcve sn ortrron Yoa d tad the lotare ralt only nt cessary to give the number of show it and thoo who met him would Mrs Theresa I igar and Misa Mamie Electric Bitters has proved to be the Albany are the guests of Jas Tindall Robert Ixuis Stevenson Yoa know joa nrenot a maa mrntaUjr and VMf i I ajar the book M3ThMIrrulM0atm Robert L Stevenson eiualnr hr not l enrol In lime aici of Iiuiflville think that ho had always Ui n accus and Mr Gus very best It eUecta a permanent cure and family this week R L Stevenson aroid tueuut eXferleru e of other wrecks i44TheJIattrrialantrat tomed to just that sort of thing iMitachke of Ixliburg spent Sunday at of thfM H 0 Bennett and family of Custer 140 ht All Ihe Uerld le He Following is the list Our NEW JlEI HOI Hall Came and the most dreaded habitual sick head unuciful ilc I Marie Corelli 147 Al f 1ttEATll KNT WILL CUKE YOU AF1 hit His adaptability too counts him in the Tar Springs 14S A Cluiigeol Air ALL ELSE FAILS Anthony Heoe i A VelUw Alter aches yield to its iutluenco Wo urge all spent Saturday and Sunday here the Mx good stead when ho deals witli men lit Robert luis Stevenson 2 htlrr H ale r H9 Hie Hyainiiir foiye Muere Frank Greenwood and family wish to who are afflicted to procure a bottle and guests of Dr Miles and J W Tuell Emissions Varicocolo and 13a Io e on W hist is an ojion vigorous athktic sort of a 3 1 Mauley J M j man iji Iho Dolly Dialogues Anlbnny Hope Mrs R B Adams of Stith Valley reÂ¬ man good naturcd has his temper in express their many thanks to all of their give this remedy a fair trial In cases of iji Hie Itockcrthe Uve ICDeLeou 5 fcldiw tint la la Ike Xlibt It Harriot n Syphilis Cured splendid control and is the sort of mau friends for the kindness shown in the habitual constipation Electric Bitters turned home Friday after several days 153 AuldLicht Idylls J At Kirne 6 A Hiigue i ku Loll nil 111c Tlie Ducbcts -- The UucheM i4 A Window in Ihrums JAI Harrle j Cat ed liuck Hugh that easily aud naturally makes friends last illness of their loved and dearest cures by giving the needed tone to the visit with Jim and Bill Tindall and fam- Â¬ w m xttxxn Wlt VtLLXB a M 8 J ir- - lTe Conway Sk IM S6 jwleriot Omer Sargent It is easy to seo that in debate ho would wife and mother Edgar 9 A UickdCiil MaryCeiilHay Illiss bowels and few cases long resist the use ilies Aly Lady Nico me JAI Harrie Junes IJ7 lo llaik to the Old Home My iACil Hay bo a power Ho is quick and ready with ij4Ileiteriead J Al llarrie Mitses Amanda and Grace Tate of of this medicine Try it once Largo iedicd illed- Chariot e Al Ilrme words hxs a keen almost hawklike The Story ol aa African Farm Malph Iron iThe llagol Diamond Gwrtc MantUIe IVnn i9 Dreanu Maioh Iron WEBSTER 5o Weatherholt of bottles only Fifty cents at Short 13 ln lJuoroon Mm M to llraddon nose is magnetic understands men and Tobinsport and Jease OllveSchreiner 161 Kiimapped R L StevenJon M A Study In Starlet A Cnnm Dej It Hancock county were guesta of their Haynes Drug store abovo all would never loso his temper tormn the rettera Air A ex idcr aseofDrJekyl wd Air 11 de 1 16 My Laaiei Money Stevenson rother and sister Mr and Mrs M Tho oven development of his faculties Frank Hall Smiles Again Party at Rufus Wilkie Colins 16J The Alyster of CI omber The uiuittrace tlebt or the nation U A Conan Doyle IJMlailorofatn- - Chadotte M Ilr ieme tho clear direct eyes aud the straight Weatherholt last week IS Thelrictet on the Health fa Woruy Woa- - MrTk St Clalro Visitors from LouisCharles DkAens UiBo8 SC00000000e The Miyloek hark want comprised lips tell how well ho has 19 be bqiuri Dailiny Charlotte M Ilracmc Mrs Georgia Dowell of Addison so binglchcart and douWetace It paid In l6sThelavijonontheLlnkfc RL Stevenson ville and Elsewhere Charles KcaUc himdf in hand Ho is full of ideas has been grantedA a pension of 5S00 per they were dollar Itworth twice a much aa too Aujies Husband Uv- AuthoT of y U141C nd la ir junrf wuod when u contracted too and has thoeo heavy brows which Lands Mra Alexander lfVu3Ior Wdow 167 The Captain ol the BefnreTreatniHit After Treatment month and S2 00 additional for each of fceuty Anna Se well Pole Star JJ overhang and which lispiak a mind A Conan a Mtala Dovle Sarah Grand Henry Matheny is reported on the At tb sen of IS I enmmmred to rain that is always gathering and storing up her two minor children to commence on The McKinley Law Cnt Down Kevenues 35 i4uUie HreofDoaCray OscarWflde Alcundcr Dumas mjr death L trr on n ONE OK THE Tho Republican advocates of trade re Â¬ sick list 6 llei Last Throw Lonstanttn Ludovlc llalew ce Duthes facts It shows too a gorl memory ItiYS 1 contracted us Hrm blood ilUeae the 0th day of October I SOS i7ohortKJlL Anthony iu striction pretend that a return to tho Jltn Ln Coat Jeome KJerome BYiIlILIS 1 n weak nod ntTTuni Mia Kurtz of Louisville is the guest Iut Bryan against McKinley in a a8 I he Honorable Mrs Vereler 171 Ieemi hy Orfir Hllde detonilHnt pimple Mrs M A Williams who has been McKinley tariff is necessary in tdnkfri ch bm I h Duchess order 17 Ireau ltTe 19 The Uu Ik Marvel In ulcer hair lixnc tora of the Wlf Stanley J debate and h would outwit McKinley oud visiting relatives in Union Cityreturned to secure more revenue They for- of her aunt Misa Laura Kurtz I WrrtH Arthur Morrison mouth ilmia In uriue Tariio tma wo e 3oharloulemlie Mrs Kowion overj time He would givo McKinley 74 Ihe Data liouw 31 Tne ahaitertd luol G Manviile tVoxT w ru a a wreck 1 wn In tli Charlotte M Ilraeme t ta John Coleman is about through thresh Â¬ threo words for McKinleys one and to her home at Addison last week The get that tho nvowe d object of tho tariff Dn Iricnil recommended JJ Kenn j aush Novelit Edna LiaI Sua1 C Cumeland 176 Lord Lisle s Daughter of 1890 was to cut down customs re Â¬ ing grain in this neighborhood K nrao A dozen other doc ors had ailed 33 iIbeiMytJr U Ni5 Charlotte Al Braime 3 tlen Maihtrs evoryoue of them would tell Ho would steamer Bostonla on which alio took 77 The Alaser rtifi r la curing me Or- - Kennel A Hereon ceipts its title being An act to re nuchan ldlr- J0 Strang Winter 17S Kug Sol moos Mines worry outflank and outgeneral tho Be passagewhlle laying at the wharf at Miss Hoskins of Louisville is visiting 3J 4l Haunted f Chamber cured me in a lew weekt lij tbeir New 1L T be Uuciiesi would warn nlmllir Method 1 entment Six years ago Mc her cousins Mr 3eCieerlvVon Hawler Smart g Matt AT r ler Klder HAftaAnnie publican kuder simply becauso ho is Evansville burst a steam pipe and was duce tho revenue and Mrs Sash Jordan 37 Do i us Fortune lieu od men to Iwwao of Meillral fraud- Moreuce Warden Bnt 81 Sappho built on so much moro agilo a plan compelled to remain there a few days Kiuleyism meant a high tariff wall Alphonwltaud Tho are roliablo huni t ami Willful j Iuiaa Forset John Strange Winter Miss Lula Coleman haa returned from which would shut out foreign goods aud 19J Ihe Tinted Venus V MM1LLEIU ptijilclam 39 The Lartabircr F Anstey Cbarlutte M Ilraeme MoKiuley is slow reflective logical for repairs Had she been running A U yiden Heart Charlotte Al Ilraeme 4 tinder thus put less money iu tho treasury a visit to her sister Mra Stewart of f3AJaaMk- - Anthony slope CONSULTATION FREE und compared with a man liko Bryan r 4 Vr JTla-- hHotl Al Ilraeme a full head of steam no doubt every one Now tho protectionists say McKinleyism Louisville Corcl Orange A C Sote Wc tretit unci cure Thtco 4 IhldleThoughuofaa Idle Fellow heavy Bryan is almost his entire anI K je- j rtyttllll itmlaMlouMrone Case of Idenjy A Conan would have been killed means higher duties in order that more tithesis lo bu ranee Vile The Duchess NeivnuH litfileetMtl ictlir and Mis G W Beard of liar- 43 ionle A Coin Dopl U money will bo raised for publio expenses S Iiillty Imuitiirul DlHCliurtren 44 A Uitie Itebel The Duchess If you will noto how much of Bry- SnSe Jerome K Jerom ID7 Aladame t Kidney and uluaaer Din 4 J Utile Iruh GirL Sans Gene Edmooo LepiUetler Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic If tho McKinley law reduced tho rev dlnsburg were guesta of Mr Wm Hall The Duchess uns head lies abovo mid forward of the IM the Mystery ot Sain vn V CUXH 46 l ojk l4rd llerresion 1 he Duchess T -- vtWl T r r MUU wwir stniiv A r ears you will discover his strong roli tastes good ia good and does good An enuo in 1803 and 1801 how will tho and family last week Hoben Uuchanan 17 YEARS IN OHIO l iMoment Alter W 4 H11 sanio law givo increased revenue in 1897 and ot1r oriei A Conan Mr and Mra Rufus St Clair gave a 8ThDiyiee gious and moral nature his finnuess aud effectual positive and permanent cure iell viaase ily 200000 CURED ti tV-- Other Alans Wileauthor Lover and Lord IWMu1eUw11Pnnl party iu honor of their guest Misa Ollie II I his kindliness From tho make up of ids for chills fever and ague Contains no ohn binn win Tin cure N Iny Write for W edding Atom Shylocki and the goldbun liailnr The Ji On Her Charlotte II Urane iw TheCouninVo uinao hnad K Kiplmg OiieHil- - ii Itlniilt for Home head I should judgo him a man of poison An antl malarlal aud an up- Â¬ Iayue of Bewleyville 9 Miiwaa Revenge II Hlder i atage Land Jeiome K Jerome nearly luunopollied the money of the counTr iilim ii strong prejudicos and united with tho building tonic a blood A3 Struck Down 93 Mr Aleesons WIU H Blur I Sggarvi laIey Smart oiiHiiltntlou llnoku Free Â¬ F W Hall fireman on the Texas haa ret purifier An ap- try now want to rabethe price of It still IltJn- - normice Alarryat plain mark of his great physical and Conan Dovte rvi ssu lira alKi iiJiniu Tne a pleasant smile as he passes through lah Maclarca U fwttTrueLoe UEaatry Duchess moral courage ho is just tho sort of a petizer aiding digestion It makes the higher DKKENNEDYKERGAN I9J The Bottle Imp Robert ira The Tw Orphiai llul Svon complexion good Large bottles 50c 197 American Notea A ImoUwma Girl -- Jhe IDuchess Webster since a certain young lady has man who if it wero iiccessury would Emancipation of the leople N Iga Under the I in W IUURTIt ST iitLVS enerauona count Ljol ToIitoL J Guaranteed by all dealers go to tho stake in defenso of an idea A- - In a lakm7cia It becomes the immediato duty of tho returned F CrbiiirnC CINCINNATI OHIO Bri Uarridta 60 i oo The Vor Jean Urothera AlelandDumas y Deladtd Ho is instinctively virtuous und ro Sarah lleni Dock Henry apent Sunday afternoon citizens of Montana to do all that iu 61 The lllred Kaby Marie relll Rcaa tho proposition heading this list ligious and has no sympathy for any A Chance to Make Money their iwwer lies toward placiug Bryan in Irvington He has a fine saddle horse S by- v thing liko immorality or looseness or atidaddresa all orders to in a iiw iiva iatirik trrr i imye oernea grapes ana peacues a ho tho White House When ho is there and he delights in giving him exercise Ii tirital MnrHu even for human wcukuesxti aud frail5i A Midea Fair Charts will publish the new proclamation of in that direction JNO D BABBAGE H 4 Si I Ry Fardsvife L I use industrial emuueipatiou for tho commou ties His animal inntiucts aro feeble year old fresh as when picked Branch at2ala f Voung Mn cUve Misa Elizabeth Hall haa returned from Kcuillet OLOVKKrOUT KY This is indicated by the thin and drawn ttie California Cold process do not heat pcoplo of tho republic Anacouda a delightful visit to relatives in Hawes- Â¬ oa Ibc hiia ItrikiU in upper lip It shows that ho has him or seal the fruit just put It up cold keeps Mou Slumlord ir i t Lccuwciihoek and Humboldt bolh rot TIME TABLE N 9 t Fllefi h HLJT I M II antn vllle and Skillman accompanied by her self iu splendid control that his domes perfectly fresh and coats almost nothing 70 Dora RusseL that a singlo ponnd of tho finest ipidcr Fait IropheU and Their lropbeclea tio lifo will bo pure aud that ho would can put up a bushel in ten minutes little cousin Miss Burl Baker 71 evenesofa liachelor Ik AfarveL weba would reach arooud tho Last 7J Under the Red Hag TAKING EFFECT DEO 22 1605 world Alaa Al E Ilradjoo Tho wttuo prophet of a few mouths never bo swayed by womgn Impulsive week I sold directions to over 120 fam Â¬ e Shurl totai SCh00ma4Cr JUk- - Jago aro now compariugtho silver move emotional aud ardent in his sympathies West Tlound Trains Ksst Bound Trsla ilies anyoue will pay a dollar for direct- Â¬ MOST IN QUANTITY 74 Mr Carri Companloo JI G Wlghtwick BESTINQUAUU ment to a rocket Nobody so soon for aud beliefs on his physical side ho is DilTf DsIIt 7 1 UumoBd Cut Duunond T Adolphcu saiin Dail TO ACQUIRE KN6WUBGE ions when they see the beautilul nam- - gets tho falko prophecies of false ex Sua ex Sun TroUop STATIONS ex Sun ex Sao cold prophets TO VALUE CHARACTEfl A MC and other UU111- - The DucW No 6 NO 1 No 3 No f 77 ArWaoon TO LOVE TRUTH In Bhort I compare him to a raco pies of fruit Aa there are many people as tho falso prophets themsolTca bUtckea Ex-Ouia 11 lOaml BfftOI 9 3Can at horse a thoroughbred trained down Ioor liko myself I consider it my duty tuangc 1160 Oarteld nJhigSV Hour a olb tlea Ihe lit UOfipm Harncd TM to racing form Tho whole mako up of to give my experience to such and feel ia u Junction 7 40 For All the IeopU nclllon SlhieiiUiT- - K tho man is calculated to win popular confident any one can make one or two lewee Valley Ky 11 M Hsrdinsburg 730 T Careful pcnoual luuructlon Tho nomination of Eowall of Maine blirh moral support to gain tho mob aud on tho hundred dollar round Junction 71J Uiidanl thorough partutal dclnilue 11 M home Kirk TOO WHITES GREW VkCoJc Wltrllcunt other hand not knowing such n thing days I will mail sample of in a few allows that this will not bo a sectional CbrUtlau borne iralnlug lleauillul and 110 Jolly J tia of MilkMld fruit and campaign Tho fight will bo made- in beautiful cnuulry louuloa 17 miles Irora 1M T ItradVnUcAd us tear and being thoroughly iu ear- Â¬ lleadtaa 30 1 oiiU llle Ky bandaouw ground commo 135 Demnster 030 nest ho would bo as I remarked in tho complete directions to any of your read- Â¬ every statu on behalf of the wholo pco Â¬ dious baUdlus kvparaie room for puplU IM srKsllsRoQfrhlv tm If dmlrvd j itcam and pu ihruujshout build ers for eighteen two cent stamps which plo of tho Unite States Kansas City 23u beginning n remarkably cffcctlvp loadDempster hSUnetalsc llota Fa r IILIITwi 537 I FOR 20 YEARS lux not and cold hath aud every modern 330 Times Hockvsl 5CT ia only the actual coat of the samples Kmi Has led all worm erWl ji H llml er eoiireaUnoo None but pood buy wanted Kuth IU h Wy Walw Ik 514 No ahama no ahowal Pupil lead at Rfci J Janw EYEIY IOmE lUAMMTEEB postage etc to me IM Worth Its weight la gda Sutherlands Aikiaa SM SOJ The continental money u not parable ris 4X1 OL H V ALT KWaITlr tb IhU of A N UOUVOH AM rtfu Francis CUbkv fcU Louis Mo 330 SiXH DaBhl MlUhell tagle Eye Salve la gold aud yet w won our liberty wltti IU o For Himseli Alone T WSpdght 3p lArKordsvilULv ill rUiaKS17jcktt w I Stan The picnic was well attended Mm r onnle Clarkson returned Nome His Characlor As DollnealecJ by an last Saturday Miss Bottle Cltrkson la home from n Export Physiognomist visit to Brandenburg Miss Anna Lore of I ong Grove is It is Just This Kind of Man Wo visiting Miss Mnxa Strother Miss Dee McGehee of Brandenburg Want For President Instinc- Â¬ lathe guest of Mies Bettie Clarksin Mr Scott of Hardicsburg la here tively Moral Virtuous visiting his aunt Mm A It Morris Mrs Samuel Jacob and Diukenrwll Couragoous Unsolfish of lMiisvillc are visltiug Mra Meyer Practical Miss Mollie Clarkson of Louisville is Firm Independent and a Born visiting Miss Z luta Strother for a fen Master Helm Vaugban Is sick at this Braahear is vUitlng In ITS That N A A S wMling Miss Sue I docs wluit is claimed for it FACT Ilax eeville Ed Irashcar and wife of Hawesvllle Visited Mrs It J Naperlast week W L Pulleiiftlder of IrvinplonrTM nt Sunday with Mr and Mrs Chas Wat It Kills Tobbacco Worms It is as great an Aud saves many days of tedious painful labor improvement over the old style as the latest improved thresher It has come to stay is over the flail or trampiug out process and it is Blessing For tobacco Raisers vis-itii- Those who have used it are willing to testify to this fact It is now being used in Breckenridge county by several progressiva farmers and their testimony as to its merits is added to the many who have tried it before Â¬ One Trial Is Sufficient Â¬ tol Your Crop Runs to Leaf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Agent Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BO0KSFREE Aes Â¬ hr Male-It-liev- e Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ ry Â¬ Â¬ t - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lni Â¬ A1 Slc 1 hfjel Â¬ 1 - Sii -- Â¬ 1 - 1 hvl Â¬ 4r cele Â¬ 11 wtmm Â¬ iiJ7rT hlSItxii Â¬ c7 TWII 11 1 Â¬ Your Son Will Learn Gordon School - -- w0 DuchrUaah WORMS - Â¬ Â¬ vermifuge Fn e ctiIijirjJs iiajMsprSS-TzaGEi- - JisgKL y JrT wtmmttxm sB is 1if W j linn AwbllllJ THE LOCAL BREVITIES 4 i i MsaJsMsW M f i imy ii ii r tft A 4 I M W mil No TIME TABLE - JOR Golil nml Silver hate Suy iii Club houso ties latent imvcllli h Snl fitwr 1iieoisr 7rH Fruit rans nml j us of every c wsst lully arr lUrlliiihar- 12 21 7 iiiiku Dally arr liar liusburg inr 3i HARDINSBURG m You cant down A silver bug Doesnt matter about the weather this tiling pm hits In be probed to the bolloiu Bo It wan hutt week with the thermometer am rifuiidiiig ut IKS in the shade the KMu 1 man was there ready for business all the sninu Tutts Pills Cure All Dont Worry Dont Pret from Liver Illse disease by the timely use of Tutts Liver Pills an old and favorite remedy of increasing popularity Always cures CESAftT A Fa HRMS Sugars Hen llio ription Imw Freedom Meeting Begins Next Sunday Miss Hallle May Is at the Tar Srlngs pretty rhih hniiwt ties we HnlzerH Horn to tlio wife of Gi org On II no boy rubiir July Seeking Good Health Free silver may benefit us but hero Is ouo thing to a dead mmnl certainty If you uso Beif Blood and Bono Fertilizer for wheat you ran grt cither you wnnt gold or silver 0 W Moorman Glen AA ileniie Illchardson Garfield Short liiiynes Cloverport S D Bradshawand Mlsslu Itobblus of Sample were married at the brides residence last night Mr Bradshnw is from Oaklohomn and is one of the original settler who innde a rush for a quarter section of land there In 1SU1 Ho will make Oaklohoma his future Arrest MOST A pure Pill ervr MADJj l PLRPIXT Crape frc mi of Tntnr Powder Free ioni Ammonia Alum or in oilier adulterant 40 Years the Standard Breckenridge PERSONAL News Antl skeet kills mo qultoes Autl lly kills Hies Sulzers Wanted A Rood reliable wlilto girl nt tlio Ilcyser House Tbo llanfoek Uounty Teaiherri Instl tuto la in session nt Ilnwesvillu There wero jver two tboucniul people at llio Andyvllle plculu last Saturday lmyiMiictliiiL at tbo Klin street Methodist chinch Jhurslay evening us tuiiat Claud Mercer is in Chicago All tho sick people are improving MrsColgan Is visiting Robert Smiths fnnilly Will Bowmer was up from Clovurport Sunday Oharliu Soott is visiting nt Big Spring to keep cool to keep sour stomach malaria indiges- Â¬ Ahout the hot wenthor Its an ensy matter Lot 113 tion torpid liver constipation melting when you tnko a peep into our stork and all bilious diseases bco what we have in hot weather Clothing SICK HEADACHE TUTTS Liver PILLS PEKIN Big Meeting Will Fight It Out on this week Mies Eva Hesluii is visiting at Vine Grove this we k Mrs Dr Will Gardner has rented Mr Uecleia residence Arthur Board wns hero a few days Inst week from Louisville The colored teachers institute is in session hero this week Tho hot weather of Inst week s nt everybody to tho simile Mrs John Hook was at Stephensport Mast week visiting friends Dr J T Baker and wife left last week for n trip to the Mammoth envo Mr McCluro the nowspaper mnn re- Â¬ turned to Leilchfield last Friday resdence Tho following ibsued for marriage license were LIGHT WEIGHT CLOTHING For OulingH This Other Lino July Clarence Slilwell to If it Takes All Summer Notes For Men ami Uovb WEDNESDAY AUGUSTS 180 The City Council itt Its regular meet Â¬ ing Monday night elected Alfrtd Gdlze v r I i city judge protem The moonlight picnic on the hill taut John Uurkt Henderson Is In tlie city Tursdny night was largely attended S II Adklnon went to Onensboro Monday though it was not a very lively affair L S Powers IUwesvlllo nils here Sunday Next Friday will be the regular Com C W Moorman went to Loulsvlllo Monday munion Day for nil the members ol St Kdward TlnJIe of Louisville Is la the city Mass will Hose Sicrod Heart Society Dr White of Dtephensport was In the olty be at 7 10 oclock Friday ltoadmnstor Hudson has painted the Miss Lula Owen l visiting friends In Irv- Slepheusport depot n bright yellow with Ington All the depots on the Will 1reuser ef Lousvllto was In tbo city green trimmings road are to be painted in tho same stylo Monday Thos French Onrensboru spent Sunday in The river is sill rising slowly nnd tho city many of the farmers have crei k bottoui Mr and Mrs Julius Hardin were In the city fields of corn and tobacco ll roiled The last week worst is about over however if more W S and Victor Ilowmer went to II rdins rains do not add to the Hood burg Sunday City Judge L G Gregory who Is in Jobn II Cureton spent a fow hours In the Louisville recovering from the effects of city Sunday Ed Whitehead went to Rome Ind Sunday a surgical operation was in good shape to visit friends yesterday and resting easy with no fever He will probably be at homo Dr K V Frymlre of Iatesvtlle wns in apparent tV the city Monday in about a week Judge AMPulllaiu Is In tho city soliciting Next Saturday morning nt eight oclock accident insurance there will be catechism and instructions James and II OStowart of Webster were for the children of St Rose Sunday in the city Monday All nio expected to be present School Miss lliy Dyer left Thursday to visit rela especially thoso who are preparing for tives in Daviosi county Holy Communion was at home Clarence Keith of Leltehfleld for a few days last week John Pate Blou AValker Arthur Gar- Â¬ colored youths Oeo II Ilaker Is In charge of the depot rett and Lafe Newsom during W 0 Allens absence got caught jumping on nnd oil a moving Mr and Mrs C F Mattlngly are spending train inside the city limits and they several weeks at the Tar Springs are now doing much needed service on Mr and Mrs Win Vest are nt tho Tar the streets to pay their flues Springs for a week or tnoio outing G E Uott the nged Editor of the Tell Mils Jennie Green of Falls of Rough will City Anziiger a German paper and the visit Mrs It L Newiouithls week Â¬ Mrs L Mcftarock went to Sklllman Sun Â¬ Journal an English paper wni prostrated by the extreme heat last Thursday day to spend the day with her parents Mrs J J Djor has been quite III slne from the effects of which he died next Thursday and Is no hotter at this wrlttog day He was buriod Sunday Mrs A R Fisher went to Lewlsport yep Charlie the terday to attend the llaptist Association r last FridayHall umpired tappedball game A foul tip him on A 11 Sklllman and daughter Mlis Elin- - the eye and tho local beef market has beth went to llardinsburg last Thursday jumped up two cents on the pound be- Mr Eli File and elsterln law Mlrs Ilnttie causo of tho creat quantities used to 1ajne llarnod were in the city yesterday keep down discoloration But still his Miss Alice Msttlnelv and little slsterBerth face somewhat resembles a nmrble tdp at Kirk leri Thursday lor a visit i rutl stand table Harry Moorman and Roy Heyser of Owens boro spent Sunday with their parents and The following farmers have crops des friends troyed by tne back water Jack Waifleld Mrs S A Porter and sister Miss Psarl thirty acres of corn Frank Fraizflfteen Keller of Mattoon III are visiting at J C ncres of corn John Blythe nearly all Porters James Meador Miss Ellen McQehee of Irvington who has his tobacco and corn been the guest of the Muses Moorman returned twenty acres of corn Herman Allen borne Monday John Jennings Jule Hardin and others C various amounts P Warhor P D Sowdtrs Somerset Hall West Point were in Troy and K Jule Hardin came into town last Fri the city last week day and kept that Fishers corner gold Rev S 0 Shelley Is In Hardin oounty as sisting In a revival meeting at Rtdgo Spring bug gang scattered to the four wluds all church near Rineyvllle the afternoon A guld bug usually ex ercises good judgement in Belt cling his Miss Lucy Frank of Irvington spent Sun She is expected to visit timber when he debates tho question day In Louisville this city in a short time They dont any of them want to get tan Â¬ Mrs Cam May who has been visiting Mr and Mrs Thos Lewis returned Thursday to gled up with Jule Hardin her home in llardinsburg Mrs Harry Clay colored a bride of Mrs Irene Duggar and daughter Annto only a few days got obstreperous lost left yeserday for in extendod visit to relaMonday morning over in frout of her tive and friends at Elisabeth town hubbands barber shop at east end of Mlis Ida Wolsenberger has returned from iron biidg and addressed seme com- Â¬ Danville Ind tbe State Normal College at plimentary remarks to one of her where she has been attending school Officer Hall appro Miss Laura Yeager Is off for a two weeks sisters in color visit to relatives at Jollys btatlon She Is hendtd her and she was charged one accompanied by her sister Miss Mary dollar and cost in tho city court Mrs S W Lamwing of Seattle Washing A frame cottage on the farm of J 0 ton btate atrtved Monday and will be the truest of Mr and Mrs J 11 Ii Lotran Jones near ltock Lick wns burned last It was oc Mrs James Couty and Son Arthur of SkltL Monday afternoon July 27 man were visiting Mr and Mrs JHMeador cupied by G Vi llQbertsou colored but and Mr and Mrs Henry Pato last week no one was at home at the time and the Mrs W II Wobler aftor a two weeks stay origin of the fire Is unknown The with ber sister Mrs J II Ii Logan returned negro lost a gold watch and about two to her home at Urand View Ind last wrek Mr and Mrs Frank 0 Ferry left Monday hundred dollars in money and furniture They will be absent The house was worth o00 for Northern Michigan a month vl ltlug the noted summer resorts Willis Clark drove into town lato last Mrs Ulrlch Farber and daughter Mary re Thursday afternoon and bought some turned home Sunday after a pleasant weeks visit at Mr and Mrs Frank Walkers Hlles groceries before the stores closed These ltun ho placed in his buggybitched his horse Mlts May Ilodgcn of Leltchfleld arrived securely and went to the moonlight pic- Â¬ yesterday and wilt be the guest of Mr and nic on the hill When he returned several Mrs Caleb Hawkins llltos Run about nlue oclock his horse nnd buggy weeks r Ku uu uu ol OB I0UUU lu Missel Sallle Daniel Lydla drabani Kda4 and Mary Moorman and Lula Mcllavcok weot city iuirly next morning lie Hired a lit- - If Ilnil wv w hwu tlia Mi jiunciviuo wuuui homo and went out homo and there Institute standing at his gate he found his turnMrs Win Maitingly and Mlis Lula Mat out perfectly safe Hltch roln and lines tlnglyof llardinsburg are the guests of Mr and Mrs Thos Lewis and daughter Miss wero dono up nicely and tho groceries Florence this week He think which wero not molested is probably the fact that some fdlow Mrs Dr Watklns nnd children and sister Miss Mayme Irlfli b went to Owensboro wanted to take his girl out riding and Saturday night to attend te funeral of tbore borrowed the ilg for a fjw hou s then relative Clint Uriffitb Sunday turned It loose and tho horse wont lovable Miss Marie Marihsllone of the inoit types of prottlnets arrived from Louisville last home Wednesday nnd will be at tbe home of her friend Mist Linda Dlluy for two weoks Frenchs New Sensation No 1 Mrs Mr and Mrs W 0 Allen aeeompanled by Callle French will be at ths wharf to- Â¬ Miss Maud Doran of Dig Spring left Monday night fir Louisville Olendale and Kllsabetbtown to lie gone a month wth relatives and frlendi ACADEMY Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Yelvington Ky Grip Pile and wife of Burns wero at meeting Monday week E E Glasscock Bpent Saturday and Amon KIncholoo was in Louisville Sunday at West View last week laying in a fresh supply of MisaMattie Pumphery of West View drugs was at Fair View Sunday You ought to carry your pockets full Protracted meeting is in progress at of cracked ice nnd quit fussing about the Fair View conducted by ltov W It weather Cox of llardinsburg Tom Wither has been adding some Tho crops in tho Pekiu neighborhood J improvements to his home place In the are looking well ut tho prtseut time west end Tobacco is extra good Mr Clint Brown of Hardin county Big meeting begun nt the Tucker bush was here Inst week visiting his brother arbor last Sunday night and will conDent Brown tinue the rest of the summer Mis Charlie Miller was out at Gar- Â¬ Miss Cora Matthews begaus school at field a fow days last week visiting Mrs Mies W tho Hayes school houso Monday Faunio Board Cora is both h lever and ablu instruc Get ready for big excursion about FOUND DEAD tor Sept 1st over tlio branch to Louisville We aro moro than glad that our Nkwm Julian Brown Alex Furrow of This County Meets a comes to us every WednesJay for it tells doing business at tho old lam still Mysterous Death Near Birds us all of tho news from all over the stand and want your produce of all county Point Missouri A Witt kind J Â¬ Judge Aids two children went to Cloverport last week to visit friends Solomon was wise in his day but ho man didut got in before the Gtorgu Glasscock and Lonnie Glass cork McDaniels were here last Sunday Mrs Amon Klnchnloe has been visit- Â¬ ing her parents at Webster for the last 10-to- -l Ethel Crutcher George McBall to Cyn Â¬ thia Bowman Georgo Whltworth to Mary E Rlniley Jen Trent to Mollie L Martin Dr II W Burch to Miss J B McGary 0 E Cecil to Mary M Yatep J L Askins to Melissa Kennedy Houston Dt Haven thinks that tho farmers In this county should not sow any tobacco seed next year He says tho farmers in several counties In the state have gono into an agreement of this kind and ho thinks the farmers of thl county should do likewise Ho believes that It they will skip a year and not rase a plant the price of the wetd will materially advance The Bible Missiou Advocate edited by Itev S K Breeding of Leilchfield lins reached us It is published weekly and is well worth tho very low subscription price 50c a year asked The paper should have a number of subscribers in this vicinity among those who remember We commend Bro Breeding so kindly tho paper to church people as it contains many things that will interest them in their homes Albert Orham of tho Tar Springs wns in the city last Monday Mr Orham has recently become the proprietor of this famous resort and has occasions to meet and enteriain many prominent guests Ho is a freo silver man and en leavors to hold his own when tackled on the subject He said that this week he had had several rounds with some goldbugs from Cloverport viz Capt Wm Vest Maj Amael Oelze and DrGcorge Short LOW CUT SHOES In black and tan F01 Ladies and Gents Health is good in this section C A Tucker is on the sick list Henry Pile went to Constantino COOL Sun- Â¬ AIEY SHIRTS To woo tho cool summer breeze For Men nnd Boyn For Men and Boys Ladies and Gents day Wheat threshing Is the order of tho day Logan GliiHscock went to Stephennport lost week Light Weight Underwear Cool and nico to wear Free silver the country Prof G II Is the boss In this part of Hall begins the SILK UMBRELLAS To keep off the hot summer sun For all agep Parson school Monday Miss Luo Hall is visiting relatives at CLUB HOUSE TIES The latest out For Ladies and Gents Boys and Girls Cool Airy Dress Goods For Misses and Ladies Try us for all kinds of Hot Summer Wear C NOLTE Assignee SULZERS M NEHAN 101k t GENERAL Ittferrni m 931 J CO COMMISSION MERCHANTS 1 J KV For the Sale of Country Produce German limit Wratern Ilink r nk tity ru Company f Writ Markrt Mini IMnrrnJlh and lllMSVIllr J f Miss Maggie Goodman who has been In Illinois for about six months returned Bethel College Russellville Ky Accessible Healthful NineSchools Thorough Instruction No Saloons Expenses Moderate For Illustrated Catalogue address Tk Â¬ Mrs Eliza Holt who baa been visiting her vlster Mrs Unas May returned to ber bom t Owensboro Saturday acomptned by Mill Ulixa David and Chat May Jr Charley re turned Sunday evening aeejmpaaied by bis liter Miss Eta BETHLEHEM I-i Is tho school where you ran get the most In return for your money There you get board and tuition in academic1 branches at ten dollars a month This Frenchs New Sensation No 1 Mrs moans pleasant homelike surroundings Call io French will be at U19 wharf to a good table and tho instruction of first night class experienced teachers la every grade who give tho same attention to Frank English did not rest so well their classes as If they received ten dol Â¬ yesterday evening occasionally lars a day For prospectus address oMr Moorman xpectoraUs clotted blood ai it he Mother Domttllln Bethlehem Academy Cltlztn You say you were put la jal might be Injured IatrHally St John Ky here for borrowing mousy Pilsaner Yvssir Frayer has a right to the word in Tests Citlwn IIows that The effabk It U an hour of outpouring Which words sswHot express ot tlmt lu 1rIsoHejv I knocked the fejlow dowa bo baking povdr terioc speseH with w cto Hot articulate mv three times before he wooM lend it U pure bo evewheBwesployit MtucHwrtoif the Royal eBlngjMwir itie le home last Saturday Misses Alice and Maggie Baker havo been in the country for a fow days visit- Â¬ ing Miss Ada Jolly Miss Ella Dillon wont to Kvanovlllo last Saturday where she will visit friends a short time ltichurd May drove through to the Tar Springs last Sunday to see his daughter Miss Hattie They have an interesting Sunday School out at Autioch Eliliu Meador Is the Superintendent Alex West Is still at Glendeane and ho will not be happy if he doesnt get to Freedom uext Sunday Somo of the Gold men here want a third ticket whllo several have declared they will support Bryan Koaco Eikridge has had two very sick They are improving some children however at this writing A B Sklllroau and James Sklllman of Cloverport were heie last Thursday settling up their mothers estate The old Freedom meeting opens out next Sunday A Louisville minister will occupy tho pulpit at 11 a m Wanted Eggs chickens ginseng yellow root May apple root Blood root Will pay either cash or goods J A Witt Mrs J A Witt and her two children Allle and Julia have been visiting Mrs Hiram Carlton near Kosetta for the last week Itev E E Tate has announced that he will begin a meeting out at Mt Zlou on Monday before the fourth Sun Â¬ day in this mouth Prof Shacklett who is sick with ty Â¬ phoid fever at llardinsburg Is about the same as last reported and was resting easy late yesterday evening Miss Mattle May has been at the Tar Springs for the last ton days Her health has been bad this summer and alio la there hoping to bo improved Hon Charles Bronston has written a letter to OhHlriuan Whltworth that ho will spenk in this county about the first of September Mr Broniton is a silver man Ijiwyer Mathews and Jusso Eikridgo went out to Tics Jolleys last wrek and fought al ovrr the earth I a forcible entry Detutuorcass Mr Matthews got left Milton Board reelvcda fuW of the Brayan campaign buttons last week As Boon as a Democratic club can bo organized a big supply of these buttons will be on hand Mrs lohn Butler was here last week from West Vlow soliciting aid for build- Â¬ ing the Methodist church South at Cave Spring Ttiey hope to be able to com- Â¬ plete tlio church this fall Judge Board held bis regular monthly A suit over police court last Monday the ownership of some tobacre betwseu and Mr W 0 Moorman of GUmdesne Mattlugly ol Kirk dm deetdsd in favor Â¬ Worlds Fair siaivf GLENDEANE Last Thursday Charles Furrow receiv- Â¬ Birds Point Mo conveying the information that his Heavy Rain Saturday Night Beat Fords- brother Alex Furrow had been found ville Playing Ball Accident to dead by the roadside near that place Hay Riding Party Yesterday he received tho following Dr Dempster is out again after nn Hi- Â¬ letter from Dr J H Jack White a former Cloverport boy which gives a nt S3 of several days Mrs Sue Mercer has taken rooms at little more information Mrs Lucy Hunters CiiARLasTON Mo July 31 i89i Mk Ciias I UHKOW Cuivirport Ky Friend Chirlei The Mrs Matheule loftSaturday for Lewis news has jiut reached me that your brother Alex port to visit her mother was found last night about 10 oclock by the road dead about ten or twelve miles from lie e near Mr Fisher and daughter MIbs Nannie Birds Point Evidently he was thrown irum his were in town Saturday shopping wagon The Coroner has jnt Kone tn hold the In We had n heavy rain and storm Satam quett and I will write you to mirrow as going to Cairo this evening urday night but no damage doue Alrx was In my ofliolist week Io se me and Miss Alma Mattlngly returned Satur- Â¬ he said he had been to Texas and was on his way home to work on a larm with you We had quite day from a weeks visit at Haudinshurg a lorg tall He was with Dill Dourugh Miss Nannie Owen was visiting at I extend to you my sincere sympithy as you Charlie Fibbers Saturday night and know I have h id three ileuln in my famly since I Sunday nw you Let roe hear from you The Glendeane base ball nine went to Your Irk nd Forilsville Saturday and played the J II White Alex Furrow left Cloverport about the Fordsville nine The game was 3 to 10th of last February and went to Texas 38 in favor of Glendeane Several of our young people took a There bo raised a crop of twenty acres of corn and had tix acres of cotton in cul- hay ride Friday night to the Falls of tivation It is supposed that he sold his Bough The wagon turned over in a crop and had started homeas he intima- Â¬ ditch throw the party out and hurt ted in a letter to his brother a few weeks Miss Alice Brown but not seriously He has a sister-in-laago he would do A Chance to Make Money at Birds Point Mo and It is supposed In the past three mouths I have clear- Â¬ that he stopped there to see her when ed WOO 75 selling Dish Washers I did he met his death as stated above Â¬ The Coroners jury and further inves- most of the work my brother helped tigations may shed moro light on the some I expect to do better next month as every Dish Washer sold advertises It Â¬ subject self and sells several more I dont have to leave the houso peoplo hear about GUSTON the Dish Washer and send for them they Mr and Mrs Warland Carter are very are so cheap Any lady or gentleman can make money in this business as low at this writing of typhoid ever every lamily wants a Dish Washer Any Emmett Shacklett of Louisville is of our readers who have energy enough visltlngJiiH sister Mrs J T Cundlil to apply for an aguncy can easily make mTsTh Loyd and children are still from 8 to 10 per day You cau get full with her sister Mrs Leone Adkieson particulars by addressing tho Mound of this place City Dish Washer Co St Louis Mo Miss Eva Carrlgan returned home lost Try it and publish your success for the week after spending eeveral pleasant benefit of others weeks with friends and relatives near Niagra Falls Miss Ella Hendrick of Long Branch Mrs S F Davis of Cape Guardinu Mo spent several days last week at Tor Infants and Children Stony Point the guests of their cousin Tiifis- Miss Ilena Smith rtaUls ttfutors Mss Bonn Smith entertained her U many friends Thursday evening July 30th In honor of her olghteeu birthday Why McKluley Ii Silent Itefrethments were served at eleven oclock Miss Maud Adkisson and others The reason of McKlnleys silence Is favored us with some beautiful music not far to seek lie dare not face the Thcsj present from a distance wero following facts Miss Alma Nail and Emrnett Shacklett First McKinley voted to ouspond Louisville Miss Ella Hendrick Long the rules and pass a free silver bill In Branch Mrs S T Davis Cape Guard 1877 eau Mo Mr Matthews Orvensboro Second In 1878 he voted for the Jesee Taylor llardinsburg Bland Silver Dollar bill and supported it and did much to accomplish Its pasÂ¬ sage against he veto of president Hayes Third In 1883 when chairman of the platform committee of the Republi Â¬ How common are chronic diseases peculiar to wuiueii Women know can national convention he reported resthey arc due to deranged kidneys and allure of delicate organs to ptrfarcj olutions denouncing the policy of the their natural functions Democratic administration iu Its efforts to di monetiz 1 silver Fourth Iu 18D0 when leader of the Buchu eorrceia the primary muscbmI house he advocated the passage of the lag and streoctheulng tbes organs Sherman Silver purchasa law nud de Â¬ Its jj years or success guarantees tit value Use it and you will have a clear I waut the double standard clared eu4 better heaHh CdSBftexlea ed a telegram from 1 Â¬ Â¬ w W S RYLAND President MASHVILLECHATTANOOGA LOUIS RY ST The Great Through Car Route Via Lookout Mountain The equipment ami Bervico of this lino is equal to any In tlio country anil car ries the traveler through the most pic Â¬ turesque portion ot tho South Moro than fifty famous hattlettelds and five National cemeteries are located on and Â¬ Wo tiro going to do up things quick and if you want any of thorn you must bo quick Dont take timo to ask questions or you will near this great railway system between Hickman Ky Nashville Teun and At- bo to late Â¬ Â¬ Quick Sales Come CASTORIA QtscfflM Tako this routo to Chatta nooga for the farrous Clilckauniuga aud Chattanooga National lark The Dixio FlyerTlirough bleeping Cars aro tun between Nashville and Jackson ville Fla tho year round via Chatta Â¬ nooga Lookout Voiintain Atlanta Macon etc Solid trains carrying through sleepers between Cincinuti Louisville aud Atlanta and through Bleeping cats between St Louis and Atlanta to be exteriJed to run between St Louis aud Jacksonville Fla during tho winter tourist season For iuf filiation with reference to the resources climate soil water powertim her location for manufactories and for colonies or homes for thrifty settlers write J B Killebrow Immigration Agent Nashville Tenn For information as to rates through car service etc write K 0 Cowauuis Western Iass Agent Railway Kxchango IiuildingSt IxjuisMo Uiiiauu F Hub Northern Tush Agent 38 Marquette lliilldlng Chicago III D J Muuankv Eastern Fats Agent 5 W Fourth St Cincinnati 0 J 11 Latimkii South eaHtern Pass Agent Atlanta Ga J L Fdmoniison Southern Fas Agent Chat- Â¬ tanooga Tenn W L Danlky G P A T A Nashville Tumi lanta Ga Â¬ at Once w Women WINTERSMITHS Â¬ lot of bluo and white embroideriis worth 7c quirk price He I lot of bluo prints worth Gu to do up quick tc pieces of dotted gross cloth worth 15c Our quick price only 7 Jo per jard 10 doz napkins white and fancy stripe worth DO at 50c 10 pc heavy brown cotton regular price lie our price lc -- 0 doz ladles fast bhick hose worth 10c our quck price 5c Picture frames wortli anywhere 1 our price 50 ladies if you want any lemuMits of car Â¬ pets we will close them out at half cost price 10 pes heavy straw matting sold at 15u price now lOo II bars best buttermilk soap 10c White kid belts extra quality c Leather belts black and tan 10c quality at LSc 50 pair ladles white kid goves worth 15 at USc J5 pair ladies shirt Waist sets worth 50 at 24c 1 lot geiits cull buttons wortli l5u at 10c See our new line of laces lloor oil cloth extra beavy quick price 25c 1 lot of ladieb1 button sho s custom made nice tine quality slza 2 a 4 only A Cloverport Boy Not Unknown to Tliise goods aro worth J and J J to Fame close out quirk at lt5 J as A Holder the artist after on ab- - Just ncei veil 1 lot of fall capes all wool sonco of nhnost thirty years makes his daik colors worth i 00 quick prieeH He II ids appearance in our mldut U5 many change in his boyhoods home Nice drew ginghams worth 15c quick but still ft largo number huro remember prices 7o him as the hoy painter and recall with Great reductions in our Clothing Depart Â¬ pride his pictures that decorated every ment whitewashed board fence in town His 1 lot of light colored all wool suits former Is the history of all nrtluti who have in price was J1000 Our quick price youth fought bravely against every ob will be only 5 00 stacle in order to follow their natural Come quick if you want ono bent aud notwithstanding tho lack of All our hats mens shoes have been opportuaity and tho many disadvantages greatly reduced in prico of his early days he has won distinction Come quick if you want these bargains in his art and Cloverport is justly proud The Great Bargain Store of him and dellghU to do lilra honor and accords him Urge patronage Ilia por- Â¬ Co Geo Yeakel traits that havo been on exhibition need M no word of prultw thoy Bpeak for them- M F a UitANDENuuna Ky selves 1 12 3f ro 1ALI IIoum SI Ion OHXAF h sr4 ot In HarJmUirg known as proirty fur pah Icolsrs apply to W KIIARNhSHarillnbunr Kt Ohew Too lip G um rj A CONE UusstlWilU Ky Grow Bioh and be Happy1 All Dealer Sell ero grt BUCHU N 8 tury 1ls the wonder of the 10th cen NBI Cloverport U for Bth by JnoDlUbbage It v I 6 Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest TJriEX US Govt Report r PnVI Baking m BRRGKEIISIRIDGE1 KEXWS GLOYRRPORT KY DISI3ASES OF THE SKIV LOGAN FEMALE COLLEGE tetter VWsSSWSWV G JAMES BLAINE ON SILVER J L Powder Absolutely pure aK5Fa Since by my Continnance Extract From a Speech Delivered in the United States Senate Feb 7 1878 1 believe the struggle now going on In this country and in other countries for a single gold standard would if successful produco wide Â¬ The destruc Â¬ spread disaster In and throughout tho commercial world gold as tho solo unit of value tion of silver as money and establishing must liavo a ruinous effect on all forms of property except those invest Â¬ ments which yield a fixed return in money Those would bo enormous- Â¬ ly enhanced in value and would gain a disproportionate nnd unfair ad If as the most reliable vantag over every other species of property there is nearly seven billion dollars of coin or bullion in statistics alllrm tho world very equally divided between god and silver it Is impossi Â¬ ble to strike silver out of existanco as money without results that will prove distressing to millions and utterly disastrous to tens of thousands I believe gold and silver coin to bo tho money of tho constitution indeed the money of tit American people anterior to tho constitution which the great organic law recognized as quite independent of its own exlstiiicti No power wns conferred on Congress to declare that either metals shoud he mouey Congress has therefore In my judgment no power to demonetize silver any inoro than to demonetize gold no Few power to demonetize either any more than to demonetize both petsons ran bo found I apprehend who will maintain that Congress possess tho power to demonetize both gold and silver or that Congress could be justified in prohibiting the coinage of both and yet in logic and legal construction it would bo dilucult to show whore and why the power of Cungress over silver Is greater than over gold greater over titlu r than over tho two If therefore silver lies been demonetized I am in fivor of remonctizing it If its coinage has been prohibited I am If it has been restricted I nm in in favor of ordering it to be resumed favor of having it enlarged 1 t Tho intense Itching and smarting inci- Â¬ nnd other dent to eczema disonncfl of the Bkin ii instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Kyo nnu Skin Many very bad c tRS lime bern Ointment permanently cured bv It It Is equally elliclent for itching piles nnd a favorite rem Â¬ edy for soro nipples chumml bandit chil blaltu frost bites and chronic soro eyca For sale by druggists at 25 cents per box Faculty of twelve teachers educated Building large nnd well equipped Four courses leading tliis country nnd Europe in the best schools of Music course endorsed by the New England Conservatory to degrees Patronage from nine slates liiht year Terms reasonable Huston A G MURPHEY Pros Russcllvillc Ky Address Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 6 1800 Try Dr Cndys Condition rowilcrs they arc jiitt what n bono needs when in bid condi- Â¬ tion Tonic blood purifier aud vermifuge Is n JunouitNX J M UAKrKH DANItib UttOOfCtl I my on Ignorance expose Tib shortly Ill bting lliese thymes tea eli c Institnte Items in Rhyme Profellof J II H I oun Our laentcd conductor Wai always a tapping And catling for Order I1 orsumctiewin loo He said words not a few And he ti proved lliein Again and ngain The girts twirled their tips In a comical cur j Hut they just Lrpt It up Chew chew chew Our Superintendent oft arcse With a solemn grimace And then every thing stnprd Stepped right In its place And of all our excuses We wntild iit vtr nccept one Un in ittct what time Or from whom they might come Ol men In our Institute We had scvcril score And they tailed and thy lalktd Vts they talked evermore With agents for juurihits We wtrc quite well supplitd And cutti represented hs journal ith the triMle t of pride They ipinteit to eich one At we used in ttielr wjy Now my journit is b t Jiont ou think so Sty Of prominent colors We had Hrown Greene and Cray And the fairevt o weather We had beautiful Mae Seveisit 1anes we oft had in eul midvi Hut wc linl hut one St Iullens took pi ice And we h id neer 1 cry If jou are inclined Tocallthc e rhy met flimsy Just discredit them nil They belong to Maude Hrintly Skin Disease Cured Dujvnkv Ky July 10 180 I was in very poor liealtli ami vww troubled with an inteiiBo ituliinBO that I could not sleep I was toltl to try IIooiIh Sar saptulllfl nntl began taking it When I had taken our bottles I found that I had gained in Mesh And the boils had disap Â¬ peared Fkakk Elicit Hoods new llitfi cum indigeBtion bilious Spoons Free to All the Christian Standard Hint Fritz Station A St Louis glvo an cIckhiiI plated hook Hpoon to any one sending her six L cent stamps I sent or one and found it bo useful that I showed it to my friends and made 13 intwo hours taking orders for the spoon The hook spoon is a household necessity It cannot slip into the dicli or cooking vessel being held in the place by a ltooi on tho back The sjioon is something housekeepers have needed ever since 6 poena were first in- Â¬ vented Anyone can get a sample spoon by sending sis 2 cent stain js to Miss Fritz- - This is a Bpieudld way to make money around home Very truly I read in MIbh A M Mo would t great lot of small thinking about theso masters nnd well meaning imbecil- Â¬ ity that works datnagingly all aronnd My correspondent furthermore wrote that ho had learned to dlstnnt the law All tho more reason then why he should stay in the lnw Wo cannot im Â¬ OATTLB HOGS AND prove a thing by standing off and dis- Â¬ trusting it but by jumping in and con- Â¬ verting it Kail tbo consecration is put BOURBON STOCK YAFIDS into tho ministry nnd all tbo brains into the other profeislous neither tho pulpit not the world will profit Tho sum and -Bubstanco of all of which is that when a young man has cotno out on to the distinct Christian ground of putting him Â¬ self under contribution to the public weal tho selection of n career best suit- Â¬ ed to himself and tho needs of humanity Is simply a matter of studying adapta Â¬ tions and deciding by what nrt trade business or professions ho can subserve that weal tho best BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock SHEEP LOUISVILl F KY JEWELRY AND - INSURANCE 20 per cent off on Jewelry Watches and Clocks for the next Personal Free Cl pago medical reference book to any person afllicted with any special chronic or delicate diseaso peculiar to Address tho leading phy Â¬ their sex sicians aud surgeons of tho United States Co 70 Dearborn Btrcet Dr Hathnway Chicago N S THIRTY DAYS Protect yourselves against Fire Lightning Tornados Cyclones and Death by having Geo H Casperke Brandenburg Ky to write your policy of Insurance tury Iis CEO H CASPERKE tho wonder of the lOtli cen- Â¬ Jcnnkttk THE MISSION Itii I S Sernl OF THE SUNDAY Qhiic a WIkiIIdr Of pieltKOd length It uiu Rutin IM voucher With pritly good stitnlh Of the Micy boy twins A Hoard made a mistake Atid struck the wrong cne Hut no life was at stake The county trustees filed Wndnesday evening one by ore We wire all glad to sec them Though we did not cheer as they come We hope that we all iootl Impressions have made Tor it is upon their diciicns T hat cur fates ate all laid We would like very well To compliment Professor Pertle Hut his name only ihymis With that of a tuttle uete gotten lwfire SCHOOL Sellout Coiive itiin at the Hreckenrldgo Couny bunday JlotcrprtKy July ifiii To compliment We would like just the fame Mr ll1bb1ge And we are sorry Indeed tint tils name rhymes with cahhtge we discovered Osi llirilulway Hut loth hotel it goes thisWa is prefe rid lly some of tie gills At the hotel viry often I he tveiiititfs were some Dutsclike dusky Hut in less llun a week They will he rather crusy Quite n Wade In the rain Monday evening we siw And a Welhcr ford too Of its ponton did dlaw We J Walls Monday miming I tut before the day closed We were lelt llure alone To he sad and comioscd 1m Of all our professions A Miller a Haker 11 Cooke When we called for their products Ihey caught on a II coke We had a Rood man a Cash man And Skill nun a lylc Uon broad subjects We admired tlnir style We had leveral Tuckers Attached to the machine Who always were useful Where ivcr they were seen Wc had one young man Who was good Adkitson Hut when the girls came around lie was aUajs a mistin Yes some are finite Jolly And some are yet Moore When hit toot cnuglit the carpet lie was caught by the floor As an Kith r wu lud We Mt quite tuelined I o fwl our Importance Who had our names them conslgne I We had a big shvrifl ThouKlmot vi ry tall Twas the Hie ladies he Anil not iiien at all 1 ciptued At a link Hoard In eaeh ttalfurm r all It it a necessity We had one which talked In response to a call An original prem Whiehjiist in place came We would compliment the author Could we think oi hit name Messrs Ktkrldge and lIusweM Young lawycrtituite bright At to tinging and talking T hey wee just out cf tight T The modern Sunday School move Â¬ ment originated in the latter part of the eighteenth century That there were Bible schools prior to this time for the instruction of the youth cannot be ques tioned The movement of the Sunday School was almost conteinporaneus with the missionary movement The divine im Â¬ pulse that prompted tho one prompted the other The Sunday School is n divine idea begotten in the mind by tho agency of the Holy Spirit That God has put bis appovil upon the movement is most clearly established by tho success aclteiv ed by the consecrated workers The conditions and circumstances of so many children made the Sun Â¬ day School a necessity That chtss that was i t the world when tho Stvior was among men and that class that Ints always been in the world the poor ignorant neglected claBs made the Sunday School a necessity In 1781 a woman afterward Mrs Ilradhurn the wife of a celebrated Wes loyan preachor was conversing with Mr Hxikcs in Gloucester upon the subject of educating the young and Mr Itaikes pointed to a group of neglected children What can we in the street and said That godly womanwhose do for them mind was much burdened and whoso heart wts bleading over the poor negleckd Btieet waife had an answer to that nervous important question I believe that Mrs Bradhurns answer to Mr Itaikes question was superin duced by that spirit of charity that never fails Her answer was Let us teach them to read and take them to church Two What shall they do for them things teach them to read take them to church Hear in mind the Sunday School origi- Â¬ nally proposed to do two things for the children teach and save or educate and That was the mission of the Sun Â¬ save day School The Sunday School was organized for the poor neglected children and not for the rich and well cared for children but it was found to be so helpful in a Bhort time all classes were seeking the benefit which it gave The mission of tho Sunday School to Â¬ day is to teach and save the future child I would say that the mission of the Sun Â¬ day School is to train It if or ought to Iv tho nursery of the church That church that ignores or neglects the training of the children has but little to hope for in the future The hope of the church Isiu the youth Â¬ The Only One To Stand the Test JIpv William Copp whoso father whs n physician for over llfty years in Xvw Jitmsv mill who himself hurtday ev cning we had An Haniuiifiringon diest And at to hit opinions We tadlet thouaht Yet The tic pienl talk lly the new lrolessor Hcrikk hlevated our minds Till we thought of a den ilk Of Heards we had two Though shoit and quite white I heir owners an yet still elastic And are surely quite bright A Stills not a statue Not a statue yet quite Ior bethinks what he duct It done Just about light e Inttttulc Of courting l We had 11 little sum No weddings ct reported Hut still theyre to come npfiit many years preparing for tho practitt of medicine but subse Â¬ quently entered tho ministry of tho M K Church writes I am glad to testify that I havo hail analyzed all tho sarsaparilia preparatrade but fiifYIMvil Â¬ tions known in tho AYERS And of lectures T O tlitely Of these we had tome iVhkh were eiulte entertains And not a bit glum No lady to refute Caused quite a commotion At one might suppose And now if your names Are not found In these linet Til because they were not mado lrolrtsor Coje in hit promlie ls tho only ono of them that I could rot om in on I ns a of blood mirlflcrIhavo given away hundreds of bottles of it as niiHliler It tho safest as well ts tin best to be liiul AVm Cori IiWtnr M K Church Jackson llJim 1 To fit lntoriiyttf VERS si I THE OJiXY WORLDS Children Cry for Sarsaparilia TAtt pitchers Castoria When n doubt ask for Ayere Plllf She must have tho coming generation She needs to succeed asBhe oughtyoung Slut blood coursing through her veius needs tho nervy lity zeal that naturally adhcreB in the young You tell mo tho enrollment and spirit Â¬ ual status of the youth of a church audi will prophecy for that church Â¬ Nearly two years ago I incidently drop Â¬ ped in upon a church luring a protractÂ¬ ed service tho minister called for testi members Many of the monies from the elderly members testified to the grace of God somo of them were men and women whose heads were gray and were burdened with tlio weight of many years I asked myself tho question What in the future of this church lleforo the benediction was pronounced When the I answeied tho question fathers and mothers had spoken of tho grace of God that bad s tved them and had kept them through so many years of sunshine and shadows the sous and daughters and young men and women honored their Lord with testimony I then answered the question I said the future of tliis church is bright and hopeful ami eo I verily believe The Iord will go before such a ctiurcli uy uay in n tiillar of cloud to lead them the way and by night in a pillar of fire to give them light to go by day ami nigni Agtin the Sunday School should have in view a detlnite and direct work The obiect of every teacher a ad work er should be the conveison of the child I onre witnessed a scene I shall never forget and upon which I believe the nngels looked and rejolcod It was In the Chestnut Street Methodist church in I was helping a pastor in a Louisville meeting It was Sunday morning at the On Satur close of the Sunday School day evening before we nail a meeting of the Superintendent his teachers and workers In that meeting we prayed and covenanted to work to a definite end for tho convertiou of the children On that morning nearly a score ol the dear child- Â¬ ren were converted The mlEsion of the Sunday School la to lead the children to Christ Tho ultimatum is tho conversion and final salvation of the children and the world This being true tho place of the conse Â¬ crated teacher and worker is a great one it is an honored one That place or position from which you can disponse the Word of life to a needy bouI is an honest one Dear fellow teacher aud worker in Sunday School count your placo such a ono Tho kind words you drop into the minds and hearts of the little ones and tho lesson papem and leaflets you put into their bauds week by week may be used to lead them to tho Savior A Christian worker put into the bauds of a little street boy which taught of some lesson paper Jeasuaand his love The little fellow was run over ono day by a street car and his legs were cut oir Ho was visit Â¬ ed by his little associate Jlmmie The little waif so badly mangled had his lesson papers in his hands According he to his best christian knowledge thought that he ought to hold up his hands so that Jesus could see but in bis weakness bis hands would fall He said Jlmmie prop my bands up and Jesus will see Jimmio left his little suffer Â¬ ing comrade with Ids bands propped up and when he returned his hands were still up holding the lesson papois but the body was cold in death Do you not Yes be saw think Jesus saw Dear fellow teacher tho gospel truths containod in those lesson papers that you put into the bands of the dear child- Â¬ ren Sunday after Sunday may help to hold up some weak hands to the scintil- Â¬ lating promises of Calvary while the sufferer falls asleep in Jesus Who knows what may bo tho result of a lesson paper or leaflet put into tho hands of some who need Jesus accom- Â¬ panied with nn earnest prayer for Heav- Â¬ ens direction A christian knocked on the door of an actor on opening tho door there was put into bis hand a lead t with Tho young the request Please read actor thought that lie did not care to read the leaflet but he read it and the truth which it contained got 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