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HHiBBvvBBBHBBHflB1B--BaMHBh-HKijMlbluA4-Hfl- H m -- - r t uMM f V fl10 LxlJli BRECKENRIDGENEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 12 1896 all theso ages and through all Iheso changes silver nud gold have reigned supremo ns tho representatives of val ue as tho media of exchange Tho de Â¬ thronement of each has been attompted in turn mid sometimes tho dethronement of both but always in vain Â¬ Â¬ I o VOL XXI WAS BLAINE AN ANARCHIST Did He Spurn National NO 4 D CAIN LUMBER DRYANS HAND WliRt III Honor WAS HE A BLATHERSKITE rutin filiow Iu kit Experienced Ktmlrnt Scotts W titulion of Cod liver Oil with Hypophoi phltej can be taken as easily in COMPANY zestst-- W D CAIN Manager iisvinsra roT LARGE STOCK OF Let Republicans Who Cherish His Memory Answer AFTER i An imprint cf tho hand cf William Jennings Dry tin wni iliown to tho emi Â¬ nent palmist Mrs H L King Mho knew nothing ni to how tho imprint bad been obtained cr f whoso palm it wus a leproduction In two hour how ever slio had llnNhcU her leading in many ways u rcmarknhlo one It folÂ¬ Â¬ lows RLAMXtl HIS SPLKCH For Ho Boliovod In Freo Silver and Said That tho Stools Standard Would Hayo a Ruinous Effect on All Excopt Thoso Whoso Investments Yield a Fixed Ro- - turn in Money and tho This li tho hand of n mail destinul to riso iu tho world His micrcwi lines aro marvelous Hut they aro of such h tiatuio as to indicato that ho will livo after death Ho in determined persever- Â¬ ing nud ambitious has great force of character aud splendid will ixiwcr Ho will livo to an advanced ago certainly beyond 65 yenrs but will dio suddenly Dy tho lines iu his palm ho shows a strong predicction forpolitirul warfare und ho ban the dogged determination to Ho succeed in nitnost any undertaking knows well his own power Hois n man among men has plenty of tact but docs not know how to uso It Ho is of groat Goldbugs Now Call This Anarchy Who says that western farmers So dont llko mortgages New York News summer as in winter Unlike the plain oil it is palatable and the hypophosphitcs that are in it aid in digestion and at the same time tone up the system For sickly delicate children and for those whow lungs are affected it is a mistake to leave it off in the And a general lino of Building Material summer months The dose may be Furnished reduced if necessary We recommend the small size Correspondence Solicited especially for summer use and for children where a smaller dose is reW D CAIN LUMBER CO quired It should be kept in a cool IRVINGTON KY place after it is once opened LUMBER LATHS SHINGLES SASH DOORS BLINDS BRICK iron and Steel Roofing Estimates Prices Reasonable Por ata by all druffgitt at 50c and iee His Â¬ One Private Business Messenger and a Wholo Lot of Ollnr Hard Names II Â¬ Pi From the Niw Veil TrlLunr Iib 8 1878 J r - J i A V Washington Fob 7 Tho morning hour having expired in tho scuuto jtho silver bill camo up for discus RcrL lion and Mr Dlaiuo Maino poko us follows Tho discuHsiou on tho question of re monctiziug silver Mr President has lccn prolonged nblo and exhaustive and I may not expect to uiid much to Its vnlrc but I promiso not to add I Bhull endeavor to much ta its length consider fuels rather than theories to itate conclusions ruthcr than arguments I believe gold and silver coin to bo tho money of tho constitution indeed tho money of tho American peoplo auto lior to tho constitution which that great organic law recognized us quite independent of iti own existence No now cr was conferred on congress to de-Â¬ clare that cither metal should not bo money Congrew has therefore in my judgment no power to demouctizo sil ver any nioro than to demouctizo gold no power to demonetize either any moro than to demouctizo both In this st atom cut I am but repeating tho weighty dictum of tho first of conI am certainly of stitutional lawyers opinion said Mr Webster that gold and silver at rates fixed by congress constitute tho legal standard of valuo in this country und that neither congress nor any stato has authority to establish any other standard or to displuco this Few persons can bo found ktandard I apprehend who will maintain that congress possesses tho power to demono tizo both gold mid silver or that con Â¬ gress could bo justified in prohibiting tho coinngo of both and yot in logio and legal construction it would bo difficult to show whero and why tho power of cougrcss over silver is greater than over gold greater over cither thun over tho two If therefore silvor has been demonetized I nm in favor of roinono tiziug it If its coiuago has been prohibited I am in favor of ordering it to bo resumed If it has been restricted I am iu favor of having it enlarged What power then has congress over gold and silver It has tho cxclusivo power to coin thorn tho cxclusivo pow Â¬ er to regulate their value vory great very wise very necessary powers for tho discreet cxciciso of which a critical occasion bus now arisen Howover men may differ about causes and processes all will admit that within a fow years a great disturbance hds taken placo in tho rclutho values of gold and silver aud that silver U worth less or gold is worth uioio iu tho money markets of tho world in 1878 than in 1873 when tho further coiuago of silver dollars was prohibitcil in tljla country To roniouo tizo it now as though tho facts and circumstance of that day wcro sur rounding us is willfully and blindly to deceive ourselves If our demonetization word tho only ciiuso for tho decline in tho vuluo of silver then rcniouctiza tiou would bo its proper and offootual But other causes qulto beyond euro our control have been fur mora poten Â¬ tially operative than tho simplo fact of congress prohibiting its further coinage aud as legislators we aro bound to take jognizanco of theso causes Tho demonetization of silvor in tho great German ruipiro aud tho conse Â¬ quent purtial or well nigh complcto luspcnsion of coiuago iu tho govern ments of tho Latin union havo been leading dominant causes for tho rapid deolluo in tho value of silver I do not think tho ovcrsupply of silvor baa bad ha comparison with theso other causes an appreciable influence in tho docliuo of its valuo becauso its ovcrsupply with respect to gold iu theso later years has uo been nearly so grout ns was tho ovcrsupply of ealft with respect to H vcrfor many yours after tho mines of California and Australia wcro opened and tho ovcrsupply of gold from thoso rich sources did not affect tho rolutivo pcwitloni aud uses of tho two mutuls iiijuiy European country Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ as money in Europo und America do volves really on tho congress of the United States If wo act hero with pru- Â¬ dence wisdom and firmness wo shall not only successfully remonctizo silver and bring it into general uso as money iu our own country but tho itifiuenco of our example will bo potential among all European nations with tho possible exception of England Indeed our an nual iudebtment to Europo is so great that if wo havo tho right to pay it in silver wo necessarily cocrco thoso na Â¬ tions by tho strongest of nil forces self interest to aid us in upholding tho vul uo of silver as money Â¬ Â¬ On tho much vexed and long mooted question of u bimetallic cr n monometallic standard my own views arv suffi ciently indicated in tho remarks I havo made I bulievo tho Ftrugglo now going on in this cuntiy ricl in Uhcr coun Â¬ tries for u fitigta gold standard would if successful prcdui o widesprend dis Â¬ aster iu the end thiouphrut tho com Â¬ mercial woi Id The stiucticn of silver rs money cud establishing gold as tho role unit cf luo in-- I hmo u ruinous eflcct en all frims of ptopcrty ex cept thoso iiivtctmuitH wliich yield a fixed xeturu in ncncy Theso would bo enormously enhanced iu vuluo mid would gain u disproportionate und un fair advantage over every other species of propeiry If a tho most ruliablo statistics affirm thero aro nearly 7 000000000 of coin or bullion in tho world uot very unequally divided be Â¬ tween gold and silver it is impossible to strike silver out of cxistoneo as mon ey without results which will provo distressing to millions and utterly dis astrous to tens of thousands Alexiwdcr Hamilton in his ablo aud invaluable report in 1701 on tho estab- Â¬ lishment of n mint dcolarcd that to annul tho uso of cither gold or silvor as money is to abridgo tho quantity of cir- Â¬ culating medium aud is liabloto all tho objections which uriso from a compari- Â¬ son of tho benotfts of a full circulation with tho evils of a sciinty circulation I tako no risk in saying that tho bene Â¬ fits of a full circulation and tho evils of a scanty circulation aro both immeasur Â¬ ably greater toduy than they wcro when Mr Hamilton uttered theso weighty words always provided that tho circu Â¬ lation is ono of actual money and not Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Iron jrrasii of scrofula has no This demon mercy upon its victims of tho blood Is often not satisfied with causing IrviuUtil tores lint rucks tho body with tho pains of rheumatism until Hoods SurMinarilla cures Nearly our years ago I lecamo af- Â¬ flicted with scrofula and rheuniatUm Cripple of dcprcuiattdpromisea to pay In tho repoit from which I havo al ready quoted Mr Hamilton argues at length in favor of a double standard and all tho subsequent experience of well nigh 00 years has brought out no clearer statement of tho wholo caso nor delayed a moro completo comprehension of this subtlo and difficult subject says Mr Hamilton On tho wholo it seems most advisable not to attach tho unit exclusively to cither of tho metals because this cannot bo douo ef- Â¬ fectively without destroying tho office and character of ono of them ns money and reducing it to tho situation of incro And then Mr Hamilton merchandise wisely concludes that this ro duct ion of cither of tho metals to moro merchandise I again quota his oxuet words would probubly bo ft greutcr evil than occasional variations iu tho unit from tho fluctuations in tho rclutivo value of tho motals especially if caro bo taken to regulate tho proportion between them with an oyo to their average commer- Â¬ cial vuluo I do not think thut this country holding so vast a proportion of tho worlds supply of silver in its mountains and its mines can afford to reduce thu metal to tho situation of mcro merchandise If silver ceases to bo used as money iu Europo and Araer icu tho great mines of the Puciflo slopo will bo closod and dead Mining enter- Â¬ prises of tho gigantio scalo existing in this country cannot bo carried on to provido backs for looking glasses nud to manufacture cream pitchers and sugar bowls A vast sourco of wealth to this entire country is destroyed tho moment silver is permanently disused as money It is for us to check that tendency and bring tho continent of Europo baok to tho full recognition of tho valuo of tho metal as a medium of exchange Tho question of beginuing anew tho coiuago of silver dollars has aroused much discussion as to its effects upon tho publio credit and tho senator from Ohio Mr Matthows placed this phase of tho subject in tho very foro front of tho debato insisting prematurely and illogicully I think on a sort of judi- Â¬ cial construction in advance by concur rent resolution of a certain law in caso that law should happen to bo passed by congress My own view on this ques tion can bo stated vory briefly I boliovo tho publio creditor can afford to bo paid in any silver dollar that tho United States can afford to coin and circuluto Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A wllf7 Mil buyans HAND physical strength mid enabled to endure many hardships without an outward sign His personal magnetism must bo grout Ho should bo n great and convincing orator Ho has tho power to mako friends and to hold them His own viows however aro tho ones to which ho pins his faith Long periods of success nppenr to await him in this life His fficcess hus beon ever upward und will so continue It looks as though ho wcrQ ou tho evo of soma great crisis am all tho signs uru favorablo His character is straightforward honest and truo and his head and his heart lines meat at tho best possible point His business as well as his do- mestio relations havo ulways been most pleasant He is n happy though discontented man his chief concern being for tho masses lather than the man What ever present undertaking ho is engaged in tho chances appear moro than equal for his success New York Journal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In ttiU great pouatry of our the only thing that ia adranced In valna the pat 28 year U cill The coUlbORi nay that have declined be all other production Â¬ Only una thlnf came of overproduction ha been overproduced during the paat 23 7ar and that la debt Canst thou minister to a mind dis eased asks Macbeth Certainly my lord the condition of the mind depends largely if not solely on the condition of the stomach liver and bowels or all of Â¬ which complaints Ayers Pills are rovereignest thing on earth NASHVILLECHATTANOOOA LOUIS EY the ST The Great Throuflh Car Route Via Lookout Mountain The equipment and service of this line is equal to any ia the country and car- Â¬ ries the traveler through the most pio tuiesque portion of the South Moio than fifty famous battlefields and five National cemeteries are located on and Wo need both gold and silver and wo can have both ouly by making each tho equal of tho other It would not bo difficult to show that in tho nations whero both havo been fully recognized Running aorcs broke out on ray thighs Pieces o bone came out and an operation was contemplated I had rheumatism In my legs drawn up out of shape 1 lost ap Â¬ petite could not aleep I was a perfect wreck I continued to grow worse and finally gave up the doctors treatment to Made Well All Co take Hoods Sarsaparilla Boon appetite came back the sorca commenced to heal My limbs straightened out and I threw away my crutches I am now atout and hearty and arn farming whereas four yeara ago I was a cripple I gladly rec Â¬ ommend Hoods Barsararllla1 Urban Hammond Table Grove Illinois tho most widely diffused tho steadiest and most continuous prosperity has been enjoyed that truo form of prosperity which reaches all classes but which be gins with tho day laborer whoso toil lays tho foundation of tho wholo su perstructure of weal tli Tho exclusively gold nation liko England may show tho most massivo fortunes iu tho ruling classes but it shows also tho most help loss and hopeless poverty in tho hum bler walks of life Tho gold aud silver nation liko Franco con oxhibitruo such individual fortunes as abound in Eng Â¬ land but it has a peasantry that with their liver savings caupay a war in demnity that would have beggared tho gold bankers of London and to which tho peasantry of England coald not havo contributed a pound sterling in gold or a slnglo shilling in silver Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iidi in harmonious honorable compan Tho two metals havo existed aide by Â¬ Hoods Sarsaparilla lreuroU only by CI lutlieOiioTotoHIiwiriirner Hood cllro lnijBtstilt Lowell Mum 111 The rcpowlblllty of reestablishing jllyer iu its lutcivtttoud honorable place ii ii S FlllS nOOtl UkcHuytootutata vr jr to Ms ionship as money ever s iuco intelligent trado was known among men It Is well uigh 40 centuries alnoo Abraham weighed to Ephrou the silver which ho had named iu tho aadlouce of the cons of Heth IQQ shekels of silver current Since that ROYAL Baking money with ho merchant Powder time nations havo risen am fallen Highest of alt la ttavtnlng races havo disappeared dialects and Ian mtrtBgthU 8 avrasat Report gttages have been forgottes arts havo bosnjost treasures have periahad eon N 8 1io the wonder of the 10th ceu tliiwto Jjaye been discovered islands troBgh Jury hive WsMswtk lu the sea and near this great railway system between Illckmnn Ky Nashville Tenn and At- Â¬ lanta Ga Take this roulo to Cliatta nooga for the famous Chlckainauga and Chattanooga National Park The Dixie Flyer Through Sleeping Cars are run between Nashville and Jackso ville Fla the year round via Chatta Â¬ nooga Lookout Mountain Atlanta Macon etc Solid trains carrying through sleepers between Ciuclnnti Louisville aud Atlanta and through sleeping cais between St Louis and Atlanta to be extended to run between St Lnuis and Jacksonville Fla during the winter tourist season For itif irmation with refer uce to the resources climate soil water powertirn her location for manufactories and fjr colonies or homes for thrifty Bottlers write J B Klllebrew Immigration Agent Nashville Tenn Fur information as to rates through car service etc wrlto It O Cowarihn Western Pass Agent Itullway Exchange DuildlngSt LoulsMo liuunn F IIiii Northern Pass Ageut 328 Marqtietlo Building Chicago III D J Muiiankv Eastern Pass Agent 60 W Fourth St Ciniinnati O J II Latuuii Soutl eastern Pose Agent Atlanta Ga J L Kdhomion Southern Pa s Agent Clist tanoogs Tenn W L Danlky G P A T A Nashville Tenn Â¬ Steamboat Agents Wharfmasters Spoons Free to All KENTUCKY I read In the Christian Standard that CL0VEBP0RT Local Agent Miss A MFritz Station A St Louis Mo would give an elegant plated hook Homestead Fertilizer Company and spoon to any one sending her six 2 uout Standard Oil Company stamps I sjiit for one and found it so Dealer la useful that I showed it to my friends Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor and made 13 in two hours taking orders ing and Celling Weather Boarding for the spoon The hook spoon is a Shiugles Salt Lime Cement household necessity It cannot slip into Laths Plaster Plastering tho dirh or cooking veBSol being held In Hair Plow Handles the place by a hoot on tho back The Bricks Etc spoon Is something housekeepers have Estimates Furnished for Buildings and needed over since spoens were first In- Â¬ Building Material vented Any one can get a sample Bpoon so by sending six 2 cent stamps to Miss I am eighty seven years old aud havo Fritx This is a splendid way to make used about all of the couh nnd lung money around home Very truly Jonnktte S rtmedies that have been sold during tny life and for the benefit of the suffering A Bimetallic Convert I will say that I have never used any remedy equal to Dr Bells Flue Tar Ex Senator Ransom of Missouri a Honey It gives quick and permanent stanch republican who has supported relit f In grippe as well as other cough the standard bearers of his party In W keep It in our housi all the time every campaign since he cast his first and would not be without it political vote comes out rqaarely in Mrs M A MTCA1F- favor of the democratic ticket 1005 South Fouilh Street Paducah Ky In criticising the attituJo of his party VI AT on the money question he dispenses enA Chance to Make Money LIIIIIIIHkmah SRsW m I tirely with the uo of gloves and proceeds Jjil SB0 In the past three months I have clear Â¬ to treat the suiject in a caustic manner ed 1000 75 selling Dish Washers I did Said he In recent interview which ap Â¬ most of the work my brother helped peared in The St Louis Republic I expect to do better next moitli some My Interest has always been hereto- Â¬ as every Dish Washer sold advertises it fore with the republican party until self aud sells several more I dont have uow when I find that Wall street has be- Â¬ to leave tho house people hear about come the owner of the party and like a great vampire bat which fans aud cools tho Dish Washer and aend for them they the victim with its wings is sucking are so chesp Any lady or gentleman the life blood away That is now what can make money in this business as trie Republicans and Wall street aro do- Â¬ every lanilly wauta a Dish Washer Auy ing for the labor element of this nation Let that climax of Bryans famous speech of our readers who have energy enough at Chicago ling In their tars eternally apply for an agoncy can easily make to You shall not preea upon tho brow of mm 8 to 10 per day Yon cau get full labor this crown of thorns you shall upon particulars by addressing the Mound uot crucify mankind classes a cross of Tho laboring have beon City Dish Washer Co St Louis Mo vlng under a cross of thorns and have ISJUSTASCOOD FOR ADULTS Try it und publish your success for tho beeu crucified on a cross of gold under a sound money president for the last WARRANTED PRICE OOots benefit of others aALATUllUNeTKtM3 f ur years Do thoy want to continue ParUMixUelno Co HI Louta Mo If so let them vote for MuKintey aantleuieni W mI4 lot ier SB0 boitlM ot uxl oat Such expressive language as the above QHOVKTi TABTKUCtW C1I1U TONIC til our ex IhU Tr ta UtubtlUr grow yVri lura shows the depth of conviction from perience u li yean lu the driui biuta nUe MTertoKlnaMieliilulaaTue wire SlflUWf which It Bprlnijs Just as rUnator Ran UaUua M luu 7 vtto Youn Uutr K Â¬ greatest corporation on earth Is tho Lon- Â¬ don and Northwestern Hallway Company of England with Its capital ot o5000 000 a revenue of 0500 an hour 2300 en- Â¬ gines and 00000 employes and repairs that cost 130000 a month Tho Northwestern Railway Company Is no doubt a gigantic corporation for a little country like England and worth bragging about but we have a bigger one here in the Uultcd States that might absorb it very easily The Pennsylvania Railroad for example has a capitial of 857075000 and 15 13 miles of track which traverso 13 States It has 3750 locomotives which consume -- 0000 tons of coal a day and mako runs equal to the distance around tho globo every two hours It has 3035 passenger care 104000 freight cars 350 pulmnn cars and 211 other cars for conduction and other purposes making a total of 158524 car which make a journey equal to the circumfer- Â¬ ence of the earth in every eight mluutep The locomotives and cars If placed upon a single truck would reach from New York to Chicago or ton times the dis- Â¬ tance between Philadelpha and New York The rails of the Pennsylvania Railroad if laid end to end wculd en- Â¬ circle the globe and overlap about 4000 miles The total annual revenue of the road is 135000000 equal to 372000 a day and 15525 every hour of the day and night which is two and a half tltncH as much as that of the Northwestern of England The Northwestern boasts of 00000 em- Â¬ ployed but the Pennsylvania Company has over 100000 who with their families make up a total of about 500000 persons dependent for their living upon the C0 000000 it distributes iu wages every year Lost year the Pennsylvania Rail Â¬ road Compauy moved 14305100375 tons of freight per mile and carried passengers The freight 157780105 canted was equal to a ton around the world every minute of the year Tho money Invested in the property was qual to a doublo line of silver dollars 8000 miles In length In 1895 the Penn- Â¬ sylvania Company owned 5 per cout of all tho railway mileage in the United States 10J percent of all the locomotives II J per cent of all tho passenger curs 12 per cent of all the freight cars and had 13 per cent of all the railway employes in the country upon Its payrolls It carried 11 per cent of all the passengers who traveled by rail during the year 1895 and its oarnlngi were 112 5 per cent of all the earnings of all the roas In the country Like tho great North wt stern the Pennsylvania Company makes almost everything it uses and with lis plant could build a locomotlvo every day in tho year If it chose to do Â¬ 1 America Ahead Senator Stewart denies that Mr Bryan In a recent number of Current Litera ture an English writer assorts that the has been employid by a syndicate of to make free silver bonanzi owners speeches aud demands that Senator Thurston who repeated the allegation Bhould make the proof Mr Bryan on his own behalf sajs he will make denial at the proper time Tho public will therefore suspend judgment until Mr Bryan explains how his expenses were paid and by whom provided he doesnt put off thu explanation until after tho election Louisville Times It Is not incumbent upon Mr Bryan to make an explanation It Is his own private bujlness Who paid Mr W O P Breckenridges expenses when he went about the country speaking at col lego commojeementa Who is paying Mr Henry Wattersons during his stay ex Â¬ In Europe Josioh Pattersons Who pays the expenses of Sam penses Jones Dwight Moody or B Fay Mills Such inquiries would be quite as pertin- Â¬ Mr Bryan ent and in a good taste came toOwensboro and spoke a year ago upon tho invitation of the editor of the Messenger lie refused to set any price upon his services but the silver Domo crate of Owensboro made up a puree to pay for the expenso of his trip and loss of time from his business and made him take It just as tho gold Democrats of this town did for Mr Patterson two days And in this way Mr Bryan and before Mr Patterson and many other speakers havo been no doubt reimbursed for their loss of time and traveling expenses ou speech making tour Owcntlioro thousand of other good Republicans are doing all over the coun- Â¬ try Under the slnglo gold standard Republicans as well as Domocracs have suffered and in tho restoration of bi- Â¬ metallism Republicans should join Dem- Â¬ ocrats and put their sholders to tho wheel In llhs campaign A Household Treasure Fuller of Cannjoharie N Y says that ho always keeps Dr Kings Now Discovery in tho house and his family has always found tho very best rcsultsfolloAltsuse that he would not be without it if procurable G A Dykeman Druggist Catsktll N Y says that Dr Kings New Discovery is un- Â¬ doubtedly the best Cough Remedy that ho has used it in his family for eight years and It has never failed to do all that is claimed for it Why not try a remedy so long tried and tested Trial bottle freo at Short Haynes drug store Regular size 50c and 100 som has done DW A Chance to Make Honey have berries grapes and peaches a year old fresh as when picked I use ttio California Cold process do not heat or seal tho fruit just put it up cold keeps perfectly fresh and costs almost nothing can put up a bushel in ten minutes Last week I sold directions to over 120 fam- Â¬ ilies anyone will pay a dollar for direct- Â¬ ions when they seo the beautiful sam- Â¬ ples of fruit As there are many peoplo Ioor liko myself I consider it my duty to give my experience to such and feel confident any one can mako one or two hundred dollars round homo in a few I will mail sample of fruit and days Sjme years ago when suffering with completo directions to any of your read Â¬ an uncommonly severe attack of dia Â¬ ers for eighteen two cent stamps which rrhoea Mr W B Guinuip of Atco Pa Is only the actual cost of the samples received through the mall a sample bot postage etc to me FiiANciB Casey St Louis Mo tle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera aud 1 Ho says Diarrhoea Remedy NOTICE found it to be ono of tho best effective To the tax payers of tho Fifth Magis- Â¬ remedies I eyer used It gave mo al Â¬ most Immediate relief It has no super- Â¬ terial District I will be at Custer Aug ior and I think no r qual No bad effects 18 Constantino Aug 19 lludsonvlllu follow the use of this remedy It is Aug 20 Burns Aug 21 You aro noti- Â¬ the most perfect remedy ever produced fied to meet me at said places and settle for bowel complaints for sale at 25 and all taxes now due S A Path Sheriff 50 cents per bottle by A It Fisher druggist 1 GREGORY ti CO XI GRIME V KfXwKfmOl Â¬ t TASTELESS Li TDNIC lrlr AisrCJuAO 1 H I LL 2WP TOXUA THEX Breckenridge fn D V BRRGKRNRIDGE NEWS GLOYERPORT KY Brandenburg Rlry Nkws Ffoprletn 12 1800 In AdTiacs Dr Bon Harnod of Constantly support Bryan will Mrs 0 mUigo Editors snd WEDNESDAY AUGUST BiWotlptlou lrlc 1100 a it ftld at the liod ofths fett Yir 129 Whkn tho silver sentiment lias taken hold of tho pcoplo right at tho homo of tho Republican candidate for IVcsidenl have they not reason to be alarmed over tho uprising t Ji James Falrlelah Sick VlsllorBy the Score Miss Mnry Matin Dead -Plcnlo at Sebastian Grove the 22 It is very easily to bo understood that another bond issue would bo disastrous Tiik silver wave In gaining etronntii In to the gold mon and their candidate for Ohio anil Pennsylvania Prefldent It it had been made But they will not Issue any more bonds now Does anybody In this town nccusu Dr The moneyed men of Wall Street mid Newsom of being a Democrat McKlnloys campaign managers havo settled that Tun Democrats swept everything in Alabama So it will bo in November Tiikrk will bo no uncertainty nbout the result of tho race for Congress In tliia this county Mr Murray in tho choice W somebody Mill domonellzj weather they will never bear n kick of the Democrats and being n county from us He man lie will not loso a single vote is bo well known that it seems hardly It is said that Senator John ItGonlon necessary to comment on his fitness for of Georgia has come out in favor of tho tho place Those who know him at Chicago ticket home sb well ip abroad recognize his superior qualifications for the position of Out at Garfield heretofore n llupulill a Congressman The only trouble ho ean stronghold it is Bald the people are wilt havo will bo getting sulllcieiit sup turning for silver port from other counties Ho has been nw nred however that ho will carry live It is Bald that Dr Nowboiiis long as counties in tho district and IIicko ought sociation willi Kich Matliugly is having lo win him the nomination its effect in tills campaign Deafness Cannot Be Cured Hotf J G Shanklin one of the most by local application as they cannot of Indiana says prominent Democrat reach tho diseased portion of tho car that Ktato will go for Bryan and Sewall Thcro Is only ono way to cure Deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Tub Texas is moving about 100 cars Deafness is caused by an iDllamed conof corn a day from tho West for export dition of tho mucoiiH lining of tho It keeps all their engines and men a Eustachian Tube When this tube gets moving to do it inllamedyou havo a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing and when it is en- Â¬ Jkitkkson had tho same things to con Â¬ tirely closed Deafness is the result and tend with in his timo that Bryan lias to Â¬ unless the inflammation can be taken day But ho overcatno them all just out and this tubo restored to Its normal like Bryan will do Tho peoplo are condition hearing will bo distroyed forwith him ever which is nothing but an inflamed condition of tho mucous turf aces PrmsiiiKNT Cleveland has never said Wo Milt give Ono Hundred Dollars for one worl in opposition to tho Chicago nny easo of Deafncsa caused by catarrhT ticket Neither has he paid anything that raiinol be cured by Halls Catarrh favorablu to an other ticket favorablo to Cure Send for circulars free sound money V J C1I KNNNY CO Toledo O Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SIX PAGES No preaching in town Inst Sunday Mrs Jeeso Munition Is spending a few Â¬ days at homo Mlcsea Lnla and Minulo Bland are vis iting In Loiilsvifiev CM Nevltt went to Louisville last Friday on business Hoy Wimp and AMss Kilty Clarkuon spent Sunday in lojvn Teachers Institute iitBessiohr progfam Interesting Attend it y Mr and Mrs G h Ncaftn went to Louisville last week for a visit Mrs Dr Wells has been sick for ton days 01 two weeks acute neuralgia Thomas Hodge of Henderson is hero BEWLEYVILLE to see Ills aunt Mrs Gtnnlo Phillips Mr and Mrs Wrather of Ekrou were Abundance or Fruit Visitors From Abroad guests of Mrs lames Bland last week Parly Visit Sulphur Springs Hon Mies Daisy Mcliillre and Otla Mcln Chas Blanfords Vineyard ft ver and aro jule tire havu very high sick Mies letslo Jolly a sweet pretty Oweusboro girl will return hunfu this week Jesse Mali n eauie from Vino Grove to attend his aunts Miss Mary Mulin funeral Dr W B Ilisoy and n friend of Lou- Â¬ isville are enjoying a stay at Dr 1 C r lla runhjfh esfjeclaljlf tho Jne 6lHS WMT Itnbloitow Jlnen and crass llnenfsuits v P ttun Jtt Dullj art Ils7ilnilarxlli21 pln fare donncdnot to sneak oWwhlteT duck noma itiT Miss Mary Matin died last Hiturdny at Psiiongsr ball rr Ilsrllnibarg- - 7i3tf tn tho residence of her sister Mrs Tom HARDINSBURG Howard Misa Miiry has been In falling health for boiiio timo Wo knew sliu was to gi but still as evor death cainei unawares and with wondrnu power af Â¬ Big Excursion -- Prof R P Shacklett flemoyed lo Meade County Three fected tho hearts of all Deceased was a member of tho Methodist church and Car loads ofStock to Loulaville lived a lifo to set forth the bjaulitiil truths she profiled Peter said My Miss Avn Hoard is convalescent llesh shall rest in liopo The samo can Mule buyer iu town next Saturday bo said of all plou dead and gives tho E E Rhodes Is down with typhoid full meaning of the text In force beauty fever Mists Marys pure body of the original tr with as pure a spirit in tho gates of lrank Uownier was hero last week1 Paradise rests in hope She win butied from MadisSttVlHoC i fiom tlie Metliodibt churcli whero Bro Urlng In your mules Mtxt galurdaj Cundifl pri ached her funeral nnd her it buyer will bo here m remains interred in the Brandenburg Don t Brown has got lack to his old cemetery eland butchering boef - rMiSTllkTrL I 1 I COLD or SIL VEI1 - WHICH WILL IT BE i r If you think you know then guess what will be the popular vote of thijW TI We dont know but arc successful candidate next November going to give to our friends who gucs the nearest to the popular vote of tlicwiiinlng candidate V5000 y IN CASH gh lto Tobacco is ripening and Mime persons have begun lo cut Plenty of fruits nf all kiuds grapes in Miss Suslo Monarch Otvonsbofb r visiting Miss Mary Oowtnor f Meyer Meyers family of Buras Is visiting Mrs Robcrl McGufhu Capt J II Rowland and wilt1 of Cioverport were hero Sunday Lee Meyer shipped two or three car loads of stock to Louisville Saturday Â¬ SAVE WRAPPERS r 44 Wk are told that the banks throughout the country camo to tho relief of tho treasury lately nnd furnished enough gold to replenish tho gold reset ve Why didnt they issue more boudsV Newsom says his party lias tho money tho intelligence and all tho in- Â¬ fluential papers on its side But theres one thing it lacks and that is tho voters Its the voters that count in this contest J J it BoTSold by all Druggists 7Gc GARRETT Threshing School house Roof on Ownerof a Hen that lays two Eggs a Day Over New Will Medley Putting Win Burch went to Brandenburg Friday Threshing is about over in this neigh Â¬ borhood Tin neighborhood of lollys Station II L Rhodes and W W Miles went this county is one of the strongest silver to Brandenburg Monday motions in the county It is said thai J T Collins and wife of Flaherty theie are not a dozen gold men in tho neighborhood while those who favor spent Friday at J M Tindalls Mrs Buckler and daughter Miss Eva silver number a hundred or more spont Sunday in Garnettsville Tiik Democratic bolters who are using Miss Ethel Farleigii Garnettsville is all of their wind to get up another con- spending a few days with Dora Funk vention seem about to fail in tho at Â¬ G It Miles and Bob Hardesty went tempt Only a few of the leading sound to Andyville Saturday to tho picnic money men oppose llio Chicago ticket John Funkand children spent Sunday and these do not favor another ticket any in Garnettsville the guest of C II Lane too strong and family Tom Hamilton and son Will and When tiie Hon Charles Bronston comes to this county in September to Sheriff Hagan of Brandenburg were talk about the silver dollar ho will have hero Thursday the largest crowd to hear him that has Mrs George Bunger of near Hender- Â¬ assembled in the county for some time son is visiting her mother-iu-laMrs Mr Bronston is an orator and a fluent Elizt Bunger who is quite ill public speaker The trustees are having a new roof put on the school house which will add If tho Bilver people win I believe much to its looks when completed there will be such a revival in biieim ts Will Medley has a hen that lays two such a booming in industries which are day in ttio last six days she now inactive and such a general shak Â¬ eggs each has laid twclso epg3 can any one beat ing up of commercial interests that tho country will be sure to prosper HsvT it Do Witt Talmage Snap Shots at the Gold Standard Wk print in another column the call of Dr It L Newsom Chairman of the McKinloy Aid Society lie wants Democrats to meet him at IlardhiBburg next Saturday but therell not be one obey him Brcckenrldgu Democrats are not made that way Ik you do not take tho News yourself havent you a friend that you can send it to anyhow until after the election Tho preaeut campaign is one of profound interest to the people and they should btudy and vote for such legislation as will bo to their best interests That was n magnificent Democratic meeting held in Louisville last Saturday night It was an outpouring of tho peo Â¬ ple such as Louisville never had before Louisville is a Democratic city and is for free eilver and she will glvo Bryan and iSowall 10000 majority in November Tiik lawyers of Lebanon havo nassed a nn rionltittnti Itnnnnttitt n flru rif any ono of their number who broaches tno Buujeci 01 inu currency question in court liourse square ilio same propo sitlon was mado bya lawyer out at liar uinBUurg out it woiiiuni take worm a cent Bv what authority does Dr It L Newsom take tho naino of Democracy and proceed to call out Democrats i Tho genuine Jefleisonlan Democrats havo long since held their convention and nominated their men and are fighting for their election Dr Newsom is a bolter and ho cant decoivo tho people by eayiug ho is a Democrat Tiik Secretary of tho Treasury bos just pamphlet in Issued a which hu practically admits that he has had to issuo during the last two years 202310100 worth of government bonds to keep up tho gold standard Do tho peoplo of this country want a standard Hint costs them so much to keep up And this is what thoy call honest money OASTOXIXfl Mr Editoryldout know how it affects you but itis painful to mo to think of tho Democratic party going under two I dont know how hardly the namjxS party got together again after tho Doug- lass Breckenridge Lincoln ticket and I cannot seo through tho mist now The souml money advocated by pie Chas Nevltt went to Ovvensboro last coldbuci U Imply sound In the fenso Sunday night to atsist in arranging the that It jirovoliea vllirutlons In thnatnioi phere The phrann doc not inen honest new catalogue tor the new school to bo money for a high priced dollar It Just us opened there September first Charlie low priced dhhonst to tho debtor a will be ono of the faculty to iuatruct in one U to the creditor telegraphy shorthand and typo writing power It Chas is intelligent efficient aud pro Â¬ A dollar whose jnirchnllnc limited to 100 coats worth of commodl ficient kind and agreeable Ho should tlts when thedebt was contracted but go to tho top in his chosen work demands SHf cents worth when It Is to Mr and Mrs 1 W Fairleigh spent on paid hits discarded honesty and turned Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs robber James Lewis and camo to bo with Mrs Ttio debtors ol tho country are quite James Fairleigh who is still sick Mrs wfllliic to discharge their obligations by the David Fairleigh ran in for n howdy and r nf intv tlnt I - wirllt a intiM t nv She was looking bright goodbye as It was when their obligations were In Some of the creditors wuut the happy and young and says Louisville in curred obligations canceled with money worth SO the residence part Is equally as pleasant as on theso hills whero breezes are sup per cent more posed to come aud go at will Is our cold reservo such a sacred thins The ice cream supper by tho band boys as those Interested In maintaining a cold standard pretend tt to beT Would the was largely attended notwithstanding country so to Immediate and Irretriev Â¬ tho intenso heat a cool subject was the objective Our Sandy Hill friends show Â¬ able smash If there we re no cold reserve To both questions the answer Is decid Â¬ ed their appreciation by coming in a edly No It Is a fetich the cnlt of which body and wo enjoyed having them fully Is rich In profit to Its high priests who as much ns they iu attending Mr Will drlvo a trade alternately supplying It to ABhcruft auctioneered the cake from gold and withdrawing It front tho treasury It cosU the United States 9193000000 a standard brand down to Prohibition year to maintain the Action that our bolter it all went country Is on a gold basis I have carefully considered all that our Sandy Hill friends and Mrs Fair Â¬ It Is nonsense to say lhat the Institution leigh of Louisville have said about the of free coinage by the United States would News and this column but should I pubcause the delating of our mints with alt lish samo the Editor might become in the silver coin of Europe and all the sil- Â¬ llatod and it is not always best to deal in ver plate of the world The silver now In circulation as curreuey lu Europe Is all inflation on any subject Do you agree Perhaps not bo needed whero It Is has all beau coined at with me my dear Blr the high ratio of from 13 to 10 1 3 to 1 wait till I meet you face to face and Ill aud consequently represents to Ha bolder reveal all the nlco things about this an average value of Si 33 per ounce Is paper It reasonable to suppose they would send Vanity Fair was full to tho brim last It here to be sold for 8130 per ounce Evory night was Aud as for the coinage of silver plate no week and ovei lowed matter what It was once bought lor It taken two chows French and Price would lie at any time uuder a free colu Phonograph on hand supper hay ride age system worth sIlSO per ounce with to Cedar Grove with small assemblages the cost of artlstlo aud mechanical labor Everybody looks wlltede very body mop Â¬ upon It added and could uot be repro Â¬ ping and fanning still tho onward march duced for less Lhun- for pleaBuro continues unabated In nil tlio wurlil In colnaco or mailable for cnlimsr tlirrn lit Itu than u troy pound 13 funics of silver to each ounce or cold Irrn colnucfl or sllvrr at 10 to 1 la there fiire at a ratio unfavorable rather than favorablo to liter In comparison with siilil abundance living cheap Mis Adolphus Jordan and daughter Miss Clara continue on tho sick list Dr Lon Moorman of Brandenburg visited 0 II Drury a few days last week Fuseye The very dry warm weather has con- Â¬ Mies Sallio Fullen wider is with her tinued until wu fear wo aro to have a drouth Miss Sallio Is look friend Mrs Gnugli ing well T Mlnnlo nnd Ada children of Little Paulino Iowdeu and Miss Ada Sllth havu been quite sick during the Brown havo returned from n pleasant post week visit to Cioverport Mrs J I Jordan aud somo friends of Mrs Dan Flora and children came Grayson couuty aro visiting relatives down from Lakeland lo attend the funer and friends al of her sister Miss Mary Malin Miss Maty Peyton of Falls of Rough is tho welcome guest of Mr and Mrs T Miss Mary Alixander a very hand Bomo young lady of Louisville is visit- Â¬ P Hardaway ing her brother Kd V Alexander Mies Mary Moorman iioudeane Is visiting her grand parents Mr nud Mrs Mrs Spiller and her children will re turn lo Ixmlsvillo this week from a stay T P Hardaway witli her sister Mrs ChaBCasperko Mibs Julia Sanders Loulaville is tho Misses Jessie Jolly of 0ensboro nud guef t of Mrs A T Stitli She is expect- Â¬ Nora Henderson Irvington are visiting ed to remain some time Misses Eleanor B Hendrick and Lillian Misses Lena Drury and Blanche Jolly Ithodes who havo been off to Brandenburg a C M Xevitlaud Jim Bouduraut will couple of weeks are homa again give a picnic at Sebastian Grovo tho Mr and Mrs Ernest Hardaway of Many attractive features and a Louisville who have been pleaeaut visi -- 2nd ball at night tors in our midst returned homo Friday Theros a mid Bumn cr wedding on the Miss Ulanchu Hinders is the guest of tapis Tho National problem is It ft out Mrs Ben Hardaway Guston Sho will Shes a sweet sweet girl and uext week visit other relatives before reluming to Ill tell you all about it the city Mrs Frymlre of Union Star lias been Mieserf Elitli and Ethel Heron of with her son George who is recovering Cioverport aro pleasant visitors of Miss from slow fever Mrs Frymiro Is sev- Â¬ Willa Drury who entertained all her enty years of g i but active aud bright littlo friends Friday afternoon in honor Mr Albert S Johnson has bought out of their visit Jo A Parkers interest in the Free Ko Quite a number of people from thisj public Mr Parkers valedictory ap-Â¬ community attended tho Freedom annupears in last Ibsum as well as Mr Johu al meeting Aug 2nd saems tis though much tribulation to go now iu Xat and bous salutatory Bud ClarkBon and his sibter Miss dust Lilly of Big Springs were uuests of Miss Hon Chas Dlandford has tho finest Peggy Ditto last week and attended tho grape vineyard in all thfi country Tho Ice cream supper Lilly has that same vines aro full and hoSeems to enjoy Bay- Â¬ sweet cordiality so well remembered in ing to his friends Help yoursolf dear sainted Fannie towards those alio besides he ofterysends out a basket full loved Two parties of young folks spent Mrs Mollio D Carrico of Hopkina Thurbdaylast at Sulphur Springs Mr ville is with her sister Mrs Hamilton and Mrs Henry Coxand children betook Mrs Carrico took the press excursion to thencselves to the samo place Tuesday the seashore witli her nephew Percy Tlfis seems to bo a favorite place of Tnvlnr of llin IttiRRidlvilln rJilirnr Kiw resort for thoso on pleasure bent will so to New York beforo returning to Very pleasant was tlte Hopkinsville at W II Cain Srs Tuesday Aug Wo will all agree with We noto that all did faithful If 4th gersolland Chauucey M Depwv in their service especially tho gentlemen Our condemnation of the exhibition of the particular friend was present and it was Lyon quintuplets It isjepulBivo to all really inspiring to watcli him work peoplo of reflnemenjand delicacy of Golden Bod sentiment and thoso who llock to eco them are in the ifKUno category TOBINSPORT Â¬ Â¬ carpet-rag-tack-iu- g Godfrey Haswell who has been some weeks was on the streets again yesterday Rev Robert Cox went to Cave Spring Tuesday to assist Rev Gal la way inol protracted meeting I am still doing business at the old stand and want your produce of all klndj J A Witt Mrs Nan ni o Williams of Mt Veinon III arrived hero last week nud is visit Â¬ ing Mrs J D Ifensley Mrs Owen Cunningham left Saturday for a visit toher fathers family over oil the river near Chenault Wanted Eggs chickens ginseng yel- Â¬ low root May applo root Blood root Will pay either cash or goods JA Witt Prof R P Shacklett who has been down at the Ilambletou Hotel for weeks was moved fiom there last Saturday morning to his old homo in Meado county It was reported hero yesterday that ho stood the trip well and was im- Â¬ proving All get ready for the big excursion which will run September first Seo largo bills for day nnd date Thero will be n large crowd of ladles on the train A big and good order will be observod All take advantago of day is expected the hard times nnd coine nnd go Julian III for -- Eis Me Gum Eull particulars in each package cc no I I V 1 k I The distribution will be mndc as dlows On the id of November1 next occurs the Presidential Election We have decided to let oirg friends guess at the popular vole of the successful candidate for Presi i dent and award the prizes accordingly Any one fending us 25 Kis ol Me GuVn wrappers will be entitled to one guess Write your guessi along with your name and ad dress plainly on a piece of paper andtc mail it with the wrappers Every time you send 25 wrappers you are entitled to one guess until the contest ends Try your luck at gucssingjep you may secure one of the big 500 prizes Somebody will be sure tot get them Why not you In all cases where there arc tics the prizes0 will be divided equally Our books will be closed night of November Lad ami no guesses will lie received after that date As a guide for0 guessing we give below the popular vote cast for the Democratic and ti on Republican candidates for President in the election of 189 cc I 1 Cleveland Democrat - 5556918 5176108 if R if it P Harrison Republican hi is rl Ei iCt Brown ho Monday Mrs Lyons of Louisville is visiting Mrs Meyer Miss Posoy of Henderson is visiting Mies Ladie Clarkson Mrs Ellen Roblson of Vine Grovo is The Louisville Trust Company will superintend the examination of our book and from ouch examination will ascertain who are entitled tovi the prizes nnd its decision will be final The Secretaries of the diflcrcntjv Visitors- - Lawn Fete Tallyho Party Othioi States will furnish the official vote to the Trust Company and as soond er Notes as a decision isreached the prizes will be sent to the persons entitled to1 Miss Edith Collie returned hour last same in accordance with decision of the Trust Company ill BIG SPRING do rn KIS ME GUM CO LOUISVILLE ic P BC ltobtL a hure visiting relatives w CBorn to tho wife of C D Hardaway i July 31st a daughter in m Dr Strother mado a flying trip to IK Brandenburg last Thursday af ternopn to Ben Clarkson nnd sister Lillie visited S Miss Ditto near Braudenburg last Fri Â¬ Under a now management In addition to the Common School Course classes will i day be sustained iu Higher Branches Bookkeeping and Penmanship a specialty Day t ii Messrs Jim and Louis Kincheloe of pupils wanlod For terms of tuition etc apply to MEAVITfSecy K HARMON Prin Hardinsburg visited A R Morris lost Hardinsburg Ky a week KY 0 THE HARDINSBURG NORMAL COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE Opens Monday August 31st 1896 eg Misses Mary and Louise Moorman of Giendeane are visiting their Aunt Mrs v 1 Hal Wealhorholt is sick Miss Mrs Miss at Tell Grace Aguew Is on the sick list Esarey is qulto ill at this writing nitit Â¬ Jacy Polk attended the Institute City this week MissEsio Boultlnghouse Cannelton is visiting her sistor Mrs T Cockrell Miss Bernice Whitehead and Kto Weatberholt went to Tell City Thursday Mies Virgie Sanders is able to bo out again much to tho delight of her friends Misses Etta Polk and Mabul Storre- tof bkillman spont a few days with rela tives last week Itev McNaughton nnd wife aro guests at the beautiful nnd hospitable home of Capt W Weatberholt Mrs Charles Frilz and Miss Sadie Davidson Hawesville arrived Friday to be the guests of tho Misses Powell Misses Mnry Emma and Ada Clark Canuelton and Miss Anna Scott Evans ville aro the guests of Mrs Curt Ryan Prof Jim Wheeler aud Bister Miss Daisy returned to their home in Rome after a pleasant visit to Miss Kato Weatberholt Misses Nannie- Taylor Mary Grovo Llda and Joey Polk Messrs Hugh Gard- Â¬ ner Lawrenco Weatberholt Toblu Groves ond Turner Weatberholt spent Sunday with Mits Etta Polk Skllhnan DELICATE Â¬ FEMALE REGULATOR IT IS A SUPERB TONIG and exerts a wowlerful influence in strengthening lier system by driving through the proper chan Â¬ nel all impurities Health and strcnotli arc Guaranteed to result from Its use QtUriislimliltAUIIKLUSl UMALBUKUU LAlOlt tor two muntlis In retllutf well J M JOHNSON Malvern Ark iIUlr KM lltCCUTOU CO iTUNTl 61 BU ir ill Prurfiit st 100 pr fetUs My wife was bedridden for eighteen month Strother Dr Henry Drury of Bewleyville was the guest of Mies Ladie Claikson last Tuesday Charlie Scott has returned to his home at Hardinsburg accompanied by James Kincheloe Miss Mamlo Moorman of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs Jacob Will- Â¬ iams near here Miss Annie Lovo of Long Grove who has been visiting Miss Strother returned home last Tuesday Mrs Sallle Clarkson and Miss Annie Lou Woolfork of Brandonhurg aro visit- pfr at A W Clarkaon Miss Zalma Strother gave n lawn feto ast Friday in honor of her visitors Misses Clarkson and Lovo Mrs Asher Graham nee Ula Heir of Murray Ky nnd Mis Graham aro visit- Â¬ ing her mother Mrs Achilles Moorman Miss Clara Morris after a stay of sever Â¬ al months has returned home accom panied by her nolco Miss Lucilo Collie Mr Honry Hardin who has been here visiting his parents for the past month returned homo to Chicago last Monday Mr Roy Wimp and Miss Rhea Wash Â¬ ington of Irvington were the guests of Misses Ladle and Jennie Clarkson a few days last week Miss Emma D McGehee ono of Bran denburgs most charming young ladles returned home last Thursday after a weeks stay with Miss Bettle Clarkson Miss Mary Lewis Clarkson of Louis ville who has been visiting Miss Zeluia Strother for tho past two weeks is now vlsltbg her Uncle near Bewleyville Mr A Claikson The following gentleman Messrs Strother Henry Hardin John Hardin Charlie Morris John Meador Frank Hardin Guy Meador aud John MorHs gave a Tallyho Party to the following youug ladles to tho picnic at Flaherty Misses Dee McGehee Bettle Aug 1st Clarkson Myrtle Moorman Annie Lovo Mollle Clarkson alma Strother Mnry McMcador Daisy Meador and Lillie Clarksou Â¬ Â¬ Mules Wanted I will be in Hardinsburg Saturday August 15th to buy Mules Want them fiiQhx3to 7 years old BECK BEALMEAR BARDSTOWN KY A BIG INDUSTfiY Perhaps it may not ba generally knownithat Louisville has one of the largWmanufacturers of chewing gum in the United States the Kia me Com- Â¬ pany This concern not only does a largo business but its product is cele- Â¬ brated the country over for purity nnd cleanliness and Kls Me has becorao almost a household word and is the synonym of all that ii sweet and delic- Â¬ ious ri the chowlngguin Mae Thicopanymiolfta jtanually from Mexico h great many car loads of Chicle whlcBllsS gum grown In that country and la gathered very much liko we do maple sugar In this country This artl clo is the chief component of chnwlnt gum and Is lUvorod with the purest es Â¬ sential fruit oils which aro selected with great care and expense to this company oo irora a sanitary point of view no one need evef fear any harmful result from Gum clMwJngKUMo Jifriereyare twenty lht twtvellg slcwen representing Kki Me Gum in the different States of the Union from the Atlantic to the Pacific and when we consider the high quality Qftbe goods turned out by this company we need not wouder at the great popularity t hu attended Tha eonpany dee alQ some export business and will wake a shipment in a few days to Johannesburg South Africa As an evidence of the great enterprise of this company thoy Intend to distribute among their patrons next November the sum of J5 000 which shows they do nothing by halves On another page of this paper Is a notlco showing the manner in which this distribution will be made Such enterprise deserves LABOR CBUCIFIED from iba ton don Time and Echo July 19 tSyfi If the single gold standard can bo forced UDOn South A marina ami Asia as it has been since 1873 forced on North America and Kurope gold must inevita Â¬ bly appreciate to at four times its ll I cl 0J 0 p a t ii tl in P Vfc O1 ib 01 a IX lo d ci M o u i jj success lr The Worlds showed ho baking powder so pure or so great la lesv enfogpewer as the Royal Flr Tests preseui aueuru vain or to put It other Â¬ wise commoditlea must decline to one fourth of the preeest price and labor all the world over be erucittsd before m la dya el mediaeval serfdom or eve chattel skvery Such is the con Â¬ test If Mt meey lords ean force rno Rometalrttm Ufa the whole world they will MUieeetl is eibllhlng the most gigantic meeeyed aristocracy auMHtg M rich ami tUe worst system of rWm among the masses peeMga tkiktlrM ever cursed the hapless sons of let isj1 sjsir1s- - r CKENRIDGE DNESDAY THE BRRGKRNRIDGR NEWS 12 1800 ALL NEVWS One FlUaWihtown Niwt CLOYRRPORT KY Postal Evolution IN Noti 1 3 SORTS NEWSY NOTES To Fight for Crete Voluntoors Mustered ns a Rosult Wheat ut Dollar aBathel CLEVELANDS NAME nixl AUGUaT fake on All Seas iiMEN ARE ORGANIZING ALL socials are among the latest fads An Auarchlst paper Is to be published In Loudon ate reported Four caws of nmall Coire px J OVER THE WORLD muring to Demand a Univorsal ttago Scalo Turks Continuo Their Work Thero is no end to the number o of Butchery campaign buttons that are out Col 11 P Todhunter the noli d Fay Â¬ gtand but American Sailors Said ette county turfman is critically ill If this extreme weather still routlnues Tho Cuban patriots of New York fur o Favor tho Idoa Heartily thero is some fears of an lef f ttnltio nished many volunteoia to tho nrmy of The flint Monday In Sdtetub r Is ilx liberty in tho war against tho Spanish and now tho detnn members of the id as labor day by Govi mor llradley Giecl colony on tho lower east sldo of Hon Clinton Grllllth of Oivensboro vAVftKO kcuIo lo govern llio flipping a prominent man of that city died last tho city will emulate their example rests of tho world litis been drawn Thero is now u revolt in tho island of fit tho Hhipowiicrn full to accept it week Men Creto against TuiIIhIi misrule say n Btrlko will ho dcchircd evangelic delivered a ncn Pain Small tho havo been rulhlectly Lutchered or cast li will bo felt wlieiever men trust free silver speech to tho peophi of Hop into prison and women and children lives to tho deelcH of vessel kiiibville havo been tortured or slain Tho Turks ItH origin uniouR tho Irten haviiiK war of extermination Most all oi the Kentucky iliolillt tien lirtvo mado it isli sailors lins giadunlly sprem have closed down for a peiioilof eigh Â¬ against tho Christian Cretans 1 now DotnilM of these massacres havo reach it lms stineli MipixirterH cv teen months ed New Yoik each mail bringing let- Â¬ Micro Ainrricun Rnnincu nro said ol Mulilrutigh hill ters giving llio horrible doings of the The fruit growcre bjin thorough accord with tho move report tho peach croji greatly damaged Tuikish troops Only n few days ngo iC Groigo Ciipotnnukos of IB MadisoU ttJvas tho original intent Ion to carry hy the heavy rains Vigitation on quietly and to nt a 10 per cent reduction In WHg s street leceived word Unit his fatiier nil The Avlien tho rffort Rlioulil Ik mndo old mid peaceful man had been killed ha been restored to the employ s of the and his two brothers thrown Into prison lout attracting undue attention hut SW CO til dovelopuientH In Loudon and vl ol the nlthough they had taken no part in thu ty where tho polico interfered with The Columbus 15ugy Co of Colum- Â¬ iusuriectiou His two sisters fled to tho acting that had been held for tho bus O has made an assignment awls mountalus and nro now in hiding to cs capo Turkish barbarities pChO of organizing Bpatnen gave it S00000 to 1000000 reof tor less publicity and tho recent Surveyors in Kowau county have had This is but n samplo has tho news in been an ceived nnd tho result ilpt of information regauling tho enirnt in thin country hat mado it to discontinue work on account ol the tense feeling against tho oppressors thickness ol rattlesnakes Tho headipiartcrs of the Cretans iu Now attcr of common talk among Bailors York tiro at tho restuurant of ConstanJ Kldcrkin secretary of tho Inter Lawrence Peak white ol Elizibeth Zervncos 3C Madiuou street and onal Seamens union with heart town was sold at pubic auction hy the tino tho Parthenon restaurant 23 Roosevelt rtcrs in Chicago said that ho had Deputy Sheriff for SlLTo street Hero for many weeks they havo Ivi il Eoveral communications bear It has been found that the tol of Ail gathered day unil night to discuss tho ou tho subject and that ho believed cficau peuuicu would lend their sup- - nn is as favorable to the culture of thu latest noytf from home and to formuluto plans for action to tho clfort to iutrodnco an inter date palm as that of Arabia It hug bun decided to Rendu company onal wago scale ono which would G P Thomas of Trig county was of volunteeis to their native land and ccognized everywhere mitl which Republin party of 40 men will sail from New lforco would do moro than any nominated by the First District York on Aug 12 Capctunakos will bo igt cIru to olimiuato tho nonunion can Convention for Congress from tho business of sailing and daughter of David among the number At the head of the The i tho union u footing that no futuro Coller of Wolfe county wan diowned company will bo Zorvucos who wns n peiiinj could Undermine captain iu tho Greek nrmy threo years In a heavy laiufitll last week lTilu tho union of which Mr Elder ago Sitco bo came to this country ho 1 igs aro going mad by the hundreds has been iu tho restaurant business iu iaccietary is inturuatioiial in char V Va The tho Greek colony and has prospoicd rjjit docs Hot extend otcr many of In Hampshire county European countries and is only do farmers are compelled to stay at home Among his pations were many men whom hu had known in tho army and led to reach thoo hcninen who cast YV R Williams ol HiHtonville has a who bad emigrated nt about tho time It is tho inten- bor in this country Ho expccU f ur years old banana tree lie did cf tho picmotcrs of tho new move Theso aro tho nucleus of tho company itjjo organizo it union that will tuko to cat the delicious fruit bifore winter vOry man who has nuything to do Granulated lids films weakness of vis thnt will go to Creto to help fight for tllio ulilpnjruj business This organ ion or any kind of soru eyes are quickly tho independence of that hapless island ion is toiiwjfido firemen sailors and cured by the use of Sutherlands Eagle The services of tho volunteers Imvo al ready been tendered to tho revolutionary laborers and will reach out iv lit Salve parly and havo been accepted The ex urthor and takoin railroad men Eye A very peculiar love letter is on exhi- Â¬ pedition will not go armed but tho men s n brotherhood will bo formed that lid a general striko tuko place bition at the British museum It is said will sail as individuals They havo al ild completely paralyzo tho lutorcts to be the oldest iu the world and is in ready formulated plants to evado the Turkish authorities when entering ransportation form of a brick Crolo and aims will bo in readiness for l England tho movement is chain The Court hous was lately burned at them on their arrival led by such men as J II Wilson When Zervncos was chosen to lead P who is at present president of Leltchfield There seems to be qnite a muddle over tho erection ol another tho company ho applied to Solon J seamens organization Tom Mann Vlasto of 3 Stono struct who is tho rep Â¬ olinson nnil Kiohaid McOlice M 1 whether at ihe fornn r placu or at Cunoy resentative of tho details in New York ally meetings Jmvo been held at vilie for help to pay tho passago of tho volwcrpi IOiidon Liverpool lotler The marriage of Admin MorrN age unteeis Mr Vlusto had already col i Tind Glasgow and it is claimed age lected 2000 for tho aid of tho suffering as many as 2 000 men have been sixy and Miss Sarah II Williams took place at Klkton last Cretans but bo declined to appropriate inlzl in iv single day Activo work They had been engigd for any portion of this to tho uses of tho exig this lino has not begun in tho week pedition ted States ns yet but it is said that thirty yiars Recourso was then had to tho patriotic Seamens union of this country is so hot in the blue Tho weather was members of tho Greek colony and it is i position to take action on very grass regions last week that six bushels said that u sufficient amount was quickly t notice iis thopnrposo of tho Englishmen of apples were tulllcieiitly baked so as to raised jncl representatives to this country be Bern d with sauce with ut any furth Â¬ If tho TurLish ntrocities in Creto con tinuo other bodies of volunteers will bo uvestigato tho rato of wages paid in er preparation mustored in Now York and in other cago New York Cleveland Buflulo Mis Bridget Ward after tho use of Now York Orleans and other ports and theso glasses for twenty years opened a book cities iu this country World bo compared with thoso paid in lilh ports It is then proposed to she bad iu her hand ono day and was at surpiised to read the words with the KILLED THE FATTED CALF I an international conference cli tho seamen of tho United States naked eye lUiillntlo End ta n Surniuu on the Irodl oxpeotod to bo rcpicscntcd and at Be careful when y u pull down the Cut Sou ch tho nnivcisul ecalo will bo bliuds a young lady ol Lancaster went At Poplar Grovo near Logansport ptod a blind Intl Sunday during u basket picnic ajin inducement for seamen gener into tho pallor to pull down feet in nnd camp meeting Rev W II Carters tho proceedings of whon a big black snake three to tako part in sermon on tho Prodigal Son was international conference it is jwintcd length fell from the curtian givni n realistic aspect by thu uppour that with such an organization at Nothing like it has tvr occurred nnco of tho prodigal on tho platform imaud vessels which departed from before At Nashville Iml hall fell iu the Ho was welcomed with open arms by part of tho world with nonunion weighii g from tho joyful father who proceeded to kill yscould bo intercepted at tho point city as large as a tea cup ten to fifteen ounces Many of tho p o and burbceno tho fatted calf oitinatioii and thero mndo to feel tho Over 2000 peoplp witneshcd tho specxrof tho union It is howovor un ple gathered the hail and made ice tacle and tliOMi who could got near itpod that tho international organ cream during tho evening enough partook of tho roasted veal Tho oiT would in no way interfcro with The largest men iu Kentucky are J and ils rcalistiu accompaniment autonomy of organizations already Craig of Bourbon eouutv and Boss sermon havo caused u profound seusatiou iu tho Inter ixlstcnco In other words county The former that city idBiil Seamens union which has its Skajrg ol Morgan A masked murriago took placo on tho dquurtcrs iu Chicago would continuo Is seven feet and weighs 400 pound the platform after tho barbecue James eglsluto for its members along its latter Is six feet and six indies and Whiteinan and Miss Sadie Kjrk woro weighs 450 pounds Klines but always keeping iu har mado man uudwifo whilo tho nudicuce ft with tho laws of tho other body Why Buffer with Coughs Colds and Iiazarded numerous guesses ns to who gath tatistics aro at present being LaGrlppe when Laxativs Bnouo Quininb tho happy couplo might bo They un ilus to tho approximate number of will cure you in one day Does not pro-Â¬ masked after tho ceremony Mr White Jltluit will uo uiiecteu uy mo move duce the ringing in tho head like Sul Â¬ man is a prosperous farmer lioth thu it Cliicago Record tho neighbor phate ol Quinine Put up in tablets con- Â¬ parties nro well known iu Cleveland Plain Dcalor Chill Tonic venient for taking Guaranteed to cure hood Bells Peppermint Price 25 Cents ee good is good and dors good An or inonoy refunded Ilnda 1000 Mile Fnr a llrjile ftual positive and permanent cure For sale by A R Fisher Fifteen years ago Lutiicr E Ash of hills fever and ague Contains no Pennington township Mich then u lad Andy Is tho given name ol it halt wit ian An anti malarlnl ami an up ted negro who rebldes near Auburn of 15 years was compelled to go to jiing tonic a blood purifier An op while stacking wheat a nest ol mice was Montana iu search of health In a year woll enough to herd Mr aiding digestion It makes the discovered and Andy picked out three he wasto correspond witli IiIh cattle and neighbors Jjirge bottles 50c young ones with no hair on their began flexion good daughter Eliza Spaugler proixitcd and ny an ueaierr nieeii Monday a young man 0 backs and swallowed one after another was uceepted He sullored no evil effects frtm the feet tall strong mid robust was soon Bold mouoinetalllsts tell ui bimetal- riding n pony through tho villago of novel diet anarchy repudiation anil seeral Bennington Ho proved to bo Ach who imtl thliiES lut that It would be m Hall Not IrUU hud traveled all tho way from Ox Bow leading nations of the lilnic If the on horseback to claim Eliza Mou Thoo who uru not Irifhnieii Fomo lit lr I l all tliul A Spangler ns his wife Tho young couplo times trespass On Irich piopcrly CtSfor one uatlon to pruolitlm It liuw French cute pleaching about snddon went to Owosso and wero made ono by other lending nations mua It death said Thus It is with ns wo go Justice Uierly Tho wife will go to her ilfjaucl Tlsl tvuuaT new homo by mil but Ash will return to bed well and get up stone deadl An old French lawyer wrltiug of on on hoihobuck HryWa llellglon Mr stato ho had just bought added Til a Ireilileut flut a IUhllne ira is always u peculiar religious Thero is n chapel upou it in which E runninir throuuh Mr Dryans my wlfo and I wish to bo buried tf Ood Andrew 1 Wilson of Euston Mil It was inherited fiomhls Dap spares our lives recently made by band and tent to the Elit And this tendency is mark A merchant who died suddenly left president u horsihuir fUhlng Hue It iieu ho discusses popular govoru- - in his bureau it letter to ono of his cor Â¬ was it unique nn will as a practical respondents which ho had not sealed gift Tho tillar morning homolvcd tho Iu fivnritn immvrr to thoso who Ills clerk seeing it necessary to scud following uutogniph ttcr of uekiiowl itlon tho intervention of God ill tho tho letter wrote at tho bottom Siuce cdgiiieiit rem the pivbidcnt Jrs of men is tho lust verso ol Ury- - writiug tho above I havo died Mr AiiUnwl WlHuu mui Duaii ftiii I hivif rwlv X tl lumohnlr h lines to a wnicriuwi Â¬ IhiiliU Una jruu Hiit mi niul ulnii rVly thuuk hrd him ropout last night to tho If oil is spilled upon n carpet imme1 I u ruL tlilulc you l tuticr corresnoudents who accom- - diately scatter comment over it and tho you fur lllViltliuutti oiifun limn III mukliitfa liulild lt liUitl Minll liowuvt r sliow my upiiru him from Chicago oil will be ubMirbcd Oil that bus ioak Klf t fur uiv hi by id into a cant may bo taken out by tUtlun um nation uud liriivluir lUuuulltylii itlii from xono to toQ Youk truly Out W throuvu tbu iiouudKU aj my Inylng a thick pircoof blotting paper ueluul llllOVtlll CtlfVSiAHU - uit iiiit over it and pressing with a hot flatirou 1 1ut trtfed itluue i tho Iuiik war Repeat tho operation using a trait N8I la for sale by JnoD Cabbage I VIII u4d uiy ne unum pleco of paper caoh time Oloverport ISxchango Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I forty-s-VeÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ from Shipowners Movement Stariod In near Iadticflh The sweltering weather dot ait seem to affect tho cyclist Will Sail Shortly From Now Clay county is short fouteen mutts Forty hy a recent cloud burst York Monoy Subscribed by Alabama Stato Election gave 10HX Patriots Oilier mnjorlty for tho Deinocrats Arthur SewallB wealth Is estimated from 5000000 lo l000000 A silver club has been orgtulz d at Companlos to bo Recruited if the -- of Turkish Atrocllios Lenlsportwltli 10it inemberu The New York Sun edited hy Chas A Dana Is known as one of the oblett newspapers in the United States It is also kpown as a corporation paper It fought for protection against the income tax nnd is one of the sttoigeat gold stnndard papers iu the conntry advocating tho election of Mclvinley Thu Sun last week contaned the following editorial on the mulls of frco silver The owners of real estate and ol tangible personal property will neither lose uer gain by any alteration in the money standard Hence every one whd has money at his disposal can piottct himelf against loss through free silver hy converting his money into laud houses and merchandise If he borrows more money and iibcb it for the simo purposes hu will mado a profit ol the transaction at the expense of the man from whom he borrows Under the reign of silver at 10 to 1 a farm or house or u holism and lot worth f 10000 will be worth 20 XX a bushel of whtiit now selling for fifty cents will sell for 1 00 and sugar colfac tea and similar articles will advance in the same production The above is a free and full confeislon It is an of all the free silver men claim ndinlssion that the gold standard has reduced the price of all the real estate and farm products and that the free and unlimited coinage of silver will restore ho price Tne farmers ol this country a bushel want their wheal to go to and other products in that portion This is exactly what they nro llgl tlug lor iu this contest as they cannot make a living at present pi ice Every farmer iu Ken- Â¬ tucky no uiitter what his previous political niniiation should study this confession of this gold standard McKinley organ of Now Yoik nnd vote for Bryan and Sewall According to the Sun this will be a vote for a 1 a bushel for wheat increased value of farm lauds und all farm products Our Democratc readers should see that the Rpulican farmers read this article from the Sun Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ In Km Federal detectives havo niresttd Henry Well uu uttornoy of tliraid Story of tho Dvclopmont of the Kan uud Tom IIobon also of that place charged with complicity in u gi gantic swindling schomo by which they Mail Sorvico and their confederates uro suitl to havo realized 00000 They nro said to havo operated in iCnnsaK Missouri nnd tho Indian Terrl Crudo Methods of Early Atjos toiy pretending to Ik personal repro scntulWes of President Cleveland who Biblical ReferoncestothoPost they said proposed to buy a third teiui Tills he would do by obtaining millions Beginning of What Has of dollars iu canceled greenbacks from tho United Stales treasury putting from fJ 000 lo 1000 in tho hands of appointed ugi uts Becomo an Almost Perfect and a Thci ngents wiiotospendthe money to buy support us they thought best hut Clnap System must themselves put up J iO iu cash us a giiatiuitiu of good faith Tho two prisoners Vt cm put in the federal piison at Foil Scull Wells is It fccems almost incredible in view f a son of Judge T W Wrlis of Pitts tho wonderful labyrinth of postal loutcs burg Kim Now Yoik World uU over tho world today thnt there ever lliilil ilnlili I Sllllltilll to Hull could havo been it time when thorn wero John L Sullivan will not be seen in no OKtofllccn no letter curlier no until tho ring oi cm the M ig again unless facilities nt all But of course thero had to bo some his new ventuic should prove a failure means of communication even in tho A prominent sporting man who has earliest ages though thcMiwciocouilned just returned from the Hub informed lor centuries to emperors and kings and Tho Sun thnt in two wicks Sullivan other great rulers Tho emperors of was to becoino the proprietor of the tgypt of Persia of Asoyriu and of Clarendon hotel in Boston uud the pin liomo held many lesser kings and satraps posed theatrical tmir Ihatheand Parson Davies were to r nt mi this fall had as their vnsaalR With theso it was nee New York Sun cssaiy to comniunicito with certainty been nbiudouid nnd regularity and thcicloro couriers ADVOCATES SURFACE DURIAL were employed to carry dispatches nnd to und fiom the moro distant Sir 1 Srrmour llnilrn Sa li hllclil irlli reports 1UTCil ftiicrrful Oonfiililicr Coijn Scrofula Is a deep seated blood difeflse which all the mineral mixtures iu the world cannot cure SBH guaranteed pitirly tcgetalile is a real blood remedy for blood diseases and ban no equal Mrs YT lluckof Delancy Ark hnd Scrofula for twenty five years and most of the time was under the care of the doctors who could not relieve her A specialist said he could cure her but he filled her with aMcnic and potash which almost ruined her constitution She nearly then took every so called blood medicine and drank them by the wholesalc WwctTX- but they did not reach Some her trouble one advised ncrioiry SSS and she very soon found that she had u real blood After tak Â¬ remedy at last She siys ing one doren bottles of SSS I nut my skin is clear perfectly well and healthy and I would not be iu my former condition for two thousand dollars Instead of drying upthepoison in my sjstctn like the potash and nrscuic SSS drove the disease out through the skin nnd I was permanently rid of it fw Â¬ A Real Blood Remedy cure Scrofula never fails SSS lo freeupotinppli cation Swift Specific Co Ecrcmn Hhcuniatisin Contagious lllood Poison or any di order of the blood Do noticly upon n simple tonic to cine a deep seated blood disc t c but take a rcil blood reincdv Our books provinces Of courso no ono man or ono liorso could truverhO th3 wholo route so stations wero established along the loads Â¬ CurliiC boiini mI Almorlin 11m1I h DUKES Miss Elha Sapp Bedfast With Rheumatltm BUI Dawson Hurt W T Burnett Purchases a Farm Mr week Mary Rice is on the sick list this The Nijws faikd to reach this cilice last week ldlTiiulle is at home on n visit this week from Louisville The crops in this icction are begin- Â¬ ning to need rain very much It dont gut much hotter at Diikes than it has been the last few days Mrs Hattio Duke was tho guest Situr day evening of Mrs Maggie Roberts Mtssrs J A Stevens and J R Hardin dined Monday with Rav D L Bowlds Bill Dawson got ono of bin hands hurt right badly while playing ball the other day The tobacco worm and the tobacco grower are having a hard llht this Arena Nichols ol Caney creek visittd relatives here AVeduesdny and Thursday Mrs Gllinoro returned homo Friday after two weeks stay with relatives iu Daviess county Mr uud Mrs S IS Uuruott vitited hiu sister Mhs Kittle Walker near Hawi s ville Wednesday Misses Bertha uud Pernio Bowlds spont Tuesday evening with Misses Lee and Sue McGavock Mrs S B Burnett and wife and Mr F O Burnett and wife went to Clovei port shopping Friday Times seem to be getting duller every day and all things are working hi favor of Bryan for president Everybody admits ths to be very warm weather how abut that place where paltnettoes are not known W T Burnett has purchased him a farm of forty aens from Wm Tindlo tlii remainder of the old home farm Misses Annie und Lee McGavock spent Thursday evening witli Miss Ktha Sapp who is bedfast with rheumatism Miss Lena Rowlaud of Daviess county and Mrs Sarah Goering o llaweavllle spent Wednesday with Mr and Mrs James Liy The tlin sliing machino made its ap- Â¬ pearance In our neighborhood Thursday Hie wheal crop being light it wilie nalu wilh us but a few days season Mrs Republicans for Bryan Mr W F Gist a promiuent ltopubli can firmer ol the Powers neighborhood He states that was in town Saturday out of n laruo neighborhood ol KepublU cans where he lives there Is but one man thnt will support McKinley Oliver D Brown from another neighborhood bijk from his door he can call it half dozsit Republicans who will nupport Bryan In other neighborhoods ol the comity it iii as had The farmeiH will have no more dictation on the money question They know that the gold standard la leading them to the poor house and they propose to vote for any man or party Mr O that will give silver a chains an ex revenue man and N Buchanan otr t x Jailer who has alwujs been a Republican Is outspoken for silver Ho is uow a promliiHiit lumber dealer and his iutluence Is being Mt To the Dcmocraoy of Breokenridao County A masa convention of the D mocrais of Breckenrldgo county who adhere to Democrat lo principles nnd uru opposed to the declarations and doctrima of tl e recent Chicago Platform in hereby call Â¬ ed to meet in Hardinsbiirg on Saturday August 15 1K00 at two oclock p in solar time for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Dainocratla State Con vention which will meet on the 20th day ot August 1800 at Louisville Ky to select delegates to the Democratic Na- Â¬ tional Convention It L Nkwbom Ohm O L Bkaiid Secy Clovorport Ky Aug 7 00 Hancock Cljrcm Uill 1 1 1 at certain intervals where couriers wero ulways iu readincos to relieve weary brothers nnd carry on tho dispatches These stations witli uniform speed from tho Latin wero called posts word posit urn fixed or placed whence comes tho name of our modern postal system In tho Old Testament aio frequent references to tho posts Iu II Chronicles So the posts went with you will ibid and So the posts xibed thu letters In listlier ulso and from city to city in Job nud Jeremiah you will find other allusions to tho posts Hut they wero never for tho uso of tho common puuplo Tho Roman Lnipcror Augustus was tho first to establish a system of posts You suggestive of tho present system All nuds lead havo heard the saying This was tho origin or it to Rome From Rome us a center post iohIs weru built called royal highways extend ing all over Kurope Afttr tho decliiiu of tho Roman empiro theso post roads woro abandoned by degrees und during the dark ages they iiliuo t entirely dis appeared In thu thhteenth nud fourteenth centuries however their need began n bo so stiongly felt that posts between dif- Â¬ ferent parts of tho samo couutry wero established nud soon thesoworo extend Â¬ ed into other countries These posts wero carried first by foot runnel a and then n littlo later by men on horseback It was uot long though before tho post privilego was extended nnd it was found impossible for horseback riders to carry tho increasing mail so wheeled conveyances wero provided and tho next step was for theso conveyances to carry passengers us well as tho mail And thus from tho post was evolved tho mail coach What this meant to our hitherto shut iu nueexiora it is hard for us of tho present day to realize oven faintly But it is safo to say that tho evolution of tho publio post und Urn mall coach did moro than any other ono tiling to hasten civilization In tho reign of tho Kmperor Freder- Â¬ ick III Francis von Laxis who- - grand father is saiil to havo established a post Â¬ al sorvico across tho Tyrol and Styria entered tho scrvico of tho housoof Haps burg nnd became the founder of the modern postal system Thiough Von Laxls tho emperor established regular posts throughout hiH kingdom lietwcen tho years 1410 uud MJJI nnd at tho be ginning of tho sixteenth century tho Austrian post became tho international post of tho Hupsbnrg dynasty Iu Franco tho University of Paris or ganized u postal scrvico in the thirteenth century which flourished until 1710 In somo parts of Europe t hero wero brother hoods and merciintilo guilds which es tablished posts nnd postofllcos subject to tho government In England in 1033 Rowland Hill started a private post but Cromwells heavy hand camo down on tho cntor priso und tho men who carried tho let ters wero trampled down and killed by his soldiers Later on Mr Hill camo to tho front again instituted many re forms in the scrvico und nt last gavo tc England a rail and oiled ivo postal serv- Â¬ ice Louis XI of Franco founded a postal system in 1104 which was gieatly improved by Charles IX in 1005 But it was not nlono tho Christian nations that felt tho need of n postal service When tho Spaniards invaded Soutlt America thny found a regular system of posts ill operation so that tho news of their lundiug was carried to the iucit with incredible hwiftness tho post men being runners who carried around their wuists knotted cords a code of sig nals r sign writing Coming down to our own country suptoo wo tuko a I ep at tho mail methods in voguo in its earlier days Let us tako ns a typo tho postal servico between Boston and New York where iu 1702 upon was established to goo Post rider stiu ting nt tho monthly same hour from each cud of tho route curried tho mulls Leaving on Monday morning they met and exchanged bags nt Saybrook Conn on tho following Saturday Then each man returned to his starting point which of course took ueurly another week It was Benjamin Fruukliu that in 1775 suggested tho plun for a postal scrvico on which our present system is fouuded In the early days tf this sys tem rates wero churgod that seem out Â¬ rageous to us of tho present duy be tween Boston nnd Now York 18 cents and 20 cents for points boyond Of course this led to swindling the gov- Â¬ ernment and tho smuggling of letters Privuto parties carried mail secretly nt lower rates uud in 18U0 Hiirudeus express entered tho field carrying letters conccald iu bundles and other packages at less than legal rates But ns soou as tho government low- Â¬ ered its charges all these smugglers dropped out of tho race There was no fUtiuiieipuiu Times tuouey luittheu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sir F Seymour I laden of Ixmilon has Atlanta Gi practically studied for ten years llio best methods of disposing of thu dead The result of liis investigations ho terms MVliKll liEIlHilS Natures method of disposing of the dead by far tho most practical and cerKY Atg II 18lfi Li V1CML1E tainly the natural method largo and hlppor should miirli all packages plainly Ho has Imiiiil animal small in his lawn By digging them with shippers namo anil post ufOc addrejs up und examining them at intervals I1UTTKU varying from ono to live years ho found Choice country U 8 H 7 that buried at a depth of 4 j fiet tho Medium Ill ti li depth required by the government for Creamery iioas the burial of human bodies an interval Freih Q of from three to four years was neces KEATHER3 10 Q II sary for complete dissolution Buried at Prime white gooie 2 i5 thu depth of one foot a year nnd a half Mixed Old li A XU ho found was sufficient for the completo 25 00 No 1 duck dissolution of u largo and u year or less POULTRY for tho smaller animals A body simply lien Q7 laid upon tho gioulul with u covering Spring per Ih I 25 a Chickens per dot lid of earth a foot I hick completely disap bucks crlh I2fi CI point d bones excepted in a jenr HilliulUU leifu pr dot Dr A II Poore after i pci intuit POIAIOKS statt s that if a laxly is but ltd so ns to Irirh per barrel S0y 71 romplftodissoliitioutho hind New I i 2 Suj i Oil fuither its wctt iotnlnes cr lilil 2 till would lie ready nflcr a sboit interval Kroui etnro 2 to cts hiher to leceito a stcoud body and that if the fj 7 cemetery weio systematically planted Navy Hoar per buthol ROOTd with llowns tho earth would bo puri Hnenp 275 240 Aid and tho air freshened by tho flourStnici Snake il i fi ishing vegetation Pluk Qit 21 Ydluw An acre of ground would piovo am ui Wild lllneer i plo burial ground in pirpetuity for u I iKly Slipper New population of 10000 persons May Apple LUiMII sss Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T York World UUhhI Iluln The finest scenery in this pait of our journey at I lie west end of tho f anions IAiiii so obci land was that of tho glacier of tho great Dead plain Wo did not kco it until wu wero on its edge and the white expanse spread beforo us It fills u kind of elliptical hollow somo two miles long by a milo wide Once on its smooth largo surfaro tho external world is shut out by u ring of low mountain wall Not a traco of human activity can ho seen iu any direction Tho largeness simplicity and seclusion of thisstraiigosuowfieldmakuit uiiuiuc Tho Wo traversed its longest diameter hnrd remained fortunately snow throughout the hour of our passago thanks to it cool breezo and a veiled gun Tho sui face was beautifully rip A Thon pled und perfectly clean laud Miles Through tho Alps by Sir W M Conway iu Scribnors Tim Olacicr of tlio Demi Â¬ KlKMlSKEDS Timolliy or kushel Clover per Luilicl Crimson Clover per bushel Hed Top pej bushel Orchard Irass per bushel llluo Irass fancy p r bushel Illuo Grass extra per bushel Onion Fets Yellow per bushel Whlto Iroen yood Dry bait Rood Dry flint good Shoep skin 1 80 4 25 i on 85 1 ID 85 55 125 2 50 tun us 3 8 IU V Ki It j 10 10 WOOL Tub washed Urease Sno Hurry Illack Harry and Cuts MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Deeswax Sorghum Molasses We quote prices 15 g 2I 1ft SIS 12 11a 8 13 10 q 15 u 75 Qi 2U i HAY ORAIN FEED to day on Louisville OATfl 22 city Chiiiih1jci Fundi Â¬ wharf No 2 oats Mr Iluiliiit says ho believes Provi dence has oidained tho election of Me Kiijlcy but at tho samo time thero will bo a campaign fund for tho manufacturers to subscnbo ta Arizona Qa HAY Timothy No 1 Timothy No 2 flood Bright Straw 11 1 110 IV i 15 0 12 5 ft on 00 Â¬ 5C0y ictte The mortgage notes will bo much noro plentiful than tho musical notes in ilcKiuleye campaign Exchange Mr Topper SacEMti How tho wind howls tonight tho melancholy boarder pers Yes Hnvo you novo r heard ot tho Cincinnati Enteeth of tho gale quirer Music is a propheoy of what lifo is to be tho rainbow or promise trauslatcd Mrs L M out of sicing into hearing Child Â¬ i IV I said Â¬ i MSMk il shouldnt wonder if it had tho toothache suggested Mr Asbury PepToothache VSr5 lr JyJvTi OUT- V dSsfl Louisville im Henderson - i St Laul s RyCa 3JTO Tho Biitteo or burning of widows on tho funeral pyres of their husbands was inculcated in India as a religious duty ASK the recovered dyspeptics Ulllom sulcrcr victim u fever Biul okhc the mercurial Ulscniotl patient Iinw they re lovtritlhialth cheer ful spirit nml KKX nppetili the v wilt tell uii by tul UK Mil HtNS IIVLU IAIOU TIME SCHEDULE Tuning itfoct A lO At 600 oclck rttif fiiuiJ 11 41 H Sunday Mar 22 18S5 TVnwu A ini flounif 7Va 41 A vyiKSZwr Kxprs lisprs Mall STATIONS Mail Â¬ 6 45 Hslly Dally 630inn 7Mam 81 Ktcu 7IU 7 7 S4 8 48 8 57 UUI II 21 IvUen tar Kentucky bt Westrolut IonBranch iiiklon IrviiiKtuu Willowdale ItiK k Haven Kxprs Kipr Daily tlaily 4Mm an 8 Opm 7 4S 12 12 11 For DVSlIVSIA lOKSTllATIOK liiin- c dice IlillotiiuilacliiiSK K III A Al Depression ut bplrilH Mil II SlllMAUl unruiillcil rtniydy l etc lhi llearthurn warranted not to conlulii a sintrlo purlltlo o Mehcuhv or ny ininerul siiUktauto uut U containing thniio Southern ItooU nnd llerr n which nn oll wuo Providence lias placed counrlc whero IUer lleifcc nuut prevail It will cure all Oltcases canted by Ucrance merit el the llver and Uow el The bYMflOHS of llver Complaint are bluer or bad taste In llio itinutli Tain ntpo Uacli Side or Joint of tell iiiMakcn for Itheu of Appetites matitmi Jour Stomachl lloweU alternately ciwllve and lx lleajacuci Low of Memory wilh n painful unuilon of having failed lo do nmellung which ought to ck have been done DeUlllVl ow 3plrlt athdry ellow appearance of the Skin and Ityen a ouch often nilatalrtn for Coniuaiptlon Sometime many of theie ymptomi attend the diieave at others very few but tno LIVEK I generally the leal of the dUeane and If not KeKUlated in lime great urTernt wretched ness and DEATH will ennue attest The following highly esteemed to the virtue of Mmmotiii llver Kegulitort W 8 Molt Pre U 8 W H ft Ca Kev Oen erry Oaj Col It K Kparks Al I K 1elder bany tla I 0 MasleronUtqbhtrlU UlubCo Htephen Uat Hon AleiandcrIlsIIvirtue personally and We have tested know that for Dyspepsia lllllausnet and Throbbing Headache II Is the best medicine the world ever saw We tried forty other remedies nave before Simmons llver Kctrulslur but noneHcgu us more than temporary relief but the lalor not only lelieved but cured us -- En 1 Â¬ The Cheapnt Purest and Medicine In the World tlt pumlly 3J 7JH 7 45 Howard Main 7 It 717 IU0 1141 1135 1127 1114 G I 7M 8111 8 11 8 20 8 21 8 37 0 31 0 4U U40 i ii II 6J 6 1 llraniliuburi hkron Webster IodlbiirK lHJ UIO luM 10 42 10 3J 10 6 47 6SU 6 32 624 6 111 957 IIIU7 60J S56 835 5 48 5 41 5 31 5 2J PUUISIV VUGKTAllLK 8M 85H 815 U2 10H 06 918 1021 1024 1031 1036 10 4 9X1 9 33 I0 5l Stephensport Addison Holt Clnvcrporl Sklllmsn Hawcsville 1etrle Shops licrcc Saiple 10Jp 1011 0 9 9 9 9 iu Ul 60 46 35 25 100 617 9 41 951 968 10 OH II 112 II 1J 1121 1176 1135 6 14 5 03 1015 1025 10 Mil 122ii 8 U5Um IMpoit Waltman 1atcs Owcnsboio Mattlnuly Oilllith Stanley Knlcon 917 911 902 4c3 4 4 4 4 10 4S I2irlr 1115 12M 1211 1210 12 47 lowcrs 8 8 4ft 8 31 8 25 46 40 31 25 41 A 416 1101 OS llf5 11 1115 1121 ltoSpui WK 811 8tU 7 7 7 7 355 344 339 3 36 3 30 3 2d I I I ron lllmi3N llSSi Ilasiett llJpui sr llendein ll WorlhlnKton Heads Snottsvllle 7f8 51 8U5 Iv 43 36 20am 316 310 2VP3 Â¬ lANl BARNES A II KINCIIEI Olt KINCHEL0E ATTORNEYS AT LAW HAKDIHSDUnO Collections and special attention enforcement KY oi liens gtvsrt 1 k NS tury Iis the wonder ol the 10th cen MLSttLNUKK MaCOO Ua TKLi OUACII HANUrACTUHED ONLV BY PblUdtlphla Pa CO J It ZULlrt ANU i Zj 4 BreckenMdgk News WEDNESDAY jKT THE BHXOKKNRIJDQ TV TH i i ri it - f ri T mf MSWg m Y J j jn nV w ii IM ii - Hi wii - MATTINGLY Balllown School Blackford Aisoclatlon Opens Aug 10 Hon V 0 Burton Speaks OU AUUtT AWFUL TRAGEDY A RUSSIAN LODGING HOUSES 12 lSOo Its Effect onWages Tho Truth About a Contractod Currency Littlo Baby Crushod In tho Jaws ONLY REMEDY IS MORE HONEY Of a rorocious Bates who has been In Hawes ville for two weeks is at homo sick Lyon C 11 Dates Is spending a week nt his uncles Sam Bates drinking tar water for his health Mother and Father Stand By and Never a better prospect for a fine corn aud tobacco crop than now in our part of Soo Its Skull Torn tho county Off Miss Carrlo Hello Furrow of Hazel Dell w as visiting her aunt Mrs Ben Tatil lost week O It Pate our merchant will thu credit business any longer must sell for cash Sir Samuel Tnul Jr who ported very sick is now better well by any means How Wagos Aro Reducod Points Â¬ For tho Workingmon to Consider Carefully and Intelligently Tho Caso Staled In a Nutshell oty sttuiiKO if it It would truo that tlio fciiiRlo polil standard whiuli cheapens ejvprjrthiiie but koIiI and debts wcro to iiicreif i tho wagon of labor uud it wonld puzzlo tho ablet ilnancier to find out tho whorof oro of tucli n change It is truo that tho protect ivo tariff dot inureuw tho waRcs of labor by in ereasiuj tho cost of living and also temporarily by incrwuing tho douiaud for labor This is only a temporary in creaso of demand for lalxir as under tho Republican tariff laws tho labor Mipply of Euiopo can bo drawn on at pleasure mid immigration invariably increases to meet this increased demand Ono tiling is evident in tho matter of wants It is that tho laborers cannot long continuo to work for less than the Another is that tho cost of living wages of labor can only bo kept abovo tho cet of living by cutting off tho unlimited cupply of labor that tlm world affords either through restrictions on immigration or tluough the action of trades unions Of courfo it is not true that tho sin gle gold htaudard has raised the wages of labor in this country Wases havo fallen since the repeal of tho Sherman hilver law in ISO slightly moro than tho averago fall in prices of commodities From 187S untt 1803 whilo tho Maud law and tin- Sherman law were operating to expand tho currency of tho country by from ir NOOOOUe to if 1000 O00 ptr montli wages of labor did ad vance materially in tho United States from tho very low wages that tho con traction of tho currency between lb uud lb8 had produced Tho 1itt burg riots occurred in 1877 aud at that time tho depression of wages Wui not only severe beyond bearing but was aggravated by tho fact that but few of tho railroad companies of tho country vtcro ablo to pay their employees piomptly souio being mouths behind owing to tho sevi re contraction in tho cutiency and its disastrous cffiets A contraction of tho cimeney always l educes tho wages of labor and by tho paralyzing effiet it has on industiy alo loatricts the employment of lalor This was Men after the bank failures of 1SI17 and I8i7 when tho gleatrr pait of the currency went out of citculatiou on no eouiit oftho bank failures Tho isuo eif greenbacks during tho war raid wages to a higher point than they had ever been in this country even when tho wages of that timo aro com puted in gold aud though taxes were extreme heavy on account of tho fact that lalir prospered as it uovcr did beIkj were - Â¬ fore Tho laborer cannot expect as n rule her wages than tho profit to receive on tho proouct of ins labor will permit and any gei ral loss to tho employers is uilicUd i tho decreased wages of their employees Tho payment of their debts in dollars that havo doubled in vnlno and the decrcaso in tho pneo of their products whero they aro not pro tected by trust organization aro Iihso to tho employers that force the in to pay lower wages Jf tho interest tho employers aro foiced to pay had decicased pioportion utcly to otiier tilings wages would not suffer provided mill t a lemaiued as good as in it time of money expansion But tho interest rate has if anything increased against manufacturers and other employers of labor although it has decreased in forms of loans that mo supposed to bo absolutely safit And credits havo decreased thesu two cir cumstances telling against labor ono by reducing tho profits of tho employer nd tho other by restricting ids ability to givo employment It is truo thui there aro trusts aud monopolies that in fipito of tho general deolino in priccf havo put upor kept up thopricoof their products or Furvices with a groat preifit to themselves nomo of which havo uot thought it worth whilo to rcduco tho wages of their em ployees in tho f aco of tho opposition tliis would ncct witli from organized labor Hut thoo aro decidedly exceptional Tho freo coiuago of silver would put au cud to tho contraction of tno currency that has been going on for tho past thrco years aud w ould tend to raise prices aud tho profits of industry It must therefore benefit labor by increasing not only wages but opportunities for cm pleiymcut which is In effect an addition to wagos Tho pi oof of tho pudding is in tho eating of it If tho workingmon find by oxpm ience that their wages uro ineruas ing or that their opportunities for ob taining umploymcut havo uot fallen off there is no good reason why they should not veto for tho continuance of tho pres ent gold standard policy Hut if they find that times aro harder wage lower moro shutting down of xautorieM opiKirtunitles for employment lies of industry less oven in all to rotcctiou or not whether aud that theso tend ous always havo been uud must bo produced by making tho purchasiiiir power of money groator tlioy will unijuostionably voto for tho freo coinago of nilvor aud tho rotum of good timed uud better pricts Jlilwau Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sulu koo Now At this Beaton of the year tho blolng In very trying on the optic nerves and olten causes granulated lids or soro eyes Sutherlands Eaglo Eyo Salvoiaa positive cure 25c a tubo at ill dealers Minsulito lews disiniblo lodgings that tho prefect of the town was obliged to invo nn or der protecting tho poorer inliabitants mid itgulutiugtho position of tho woexl Chllllcothe Ohio August o A terri plies at n proper distance from tho wits re Â¬ but not ble thing happened at the Fair Grounds building for light nud air Our tescaichis revealed tho fact that here this afternoon In an animal show rrj i w furnished lodgings provided lien Taul has several visitors who are owned by Thomas Hurd In the show either towels bed linen coverlets or staying with him drinking water from aro a number of lious leopards and a pillows or anything iu fact licyond tiger together with other animals the bare bedsteads and furniture Of the Sulphur Spring Is The ice cream supper given by W N Among them one large Hon that was course wc were uwnro theoretically that kepi chained near the entrance of the this is a tciiiinisccuco of tho days when Saturday night ns Patent his home tent as an advertisement It Is a young every laudc d proprietor traveled accom enjoyed by all present animal and was thoughl to be ucll panied by an entiro housekeeping outfit nnd staff of servunts when ho under Miss Itrlrkey is spending a few weeks tralued ami tame took those long e arriage journeys wliich with her grandmother who Is very ill at Kddie Hurd tho preceded the days of railways and wliich her home near Clover creek son of the pioprietor whilo plajing nro still compulsory in somo parts of W V Perkins Cloverport is rebuild abou got too near the lion Before the tho empire Nevertheless iu practice lug the dwelling of lteaiiius A Pate childs mother could call it away the wo were not prepared to accept this be down on the llatdiusburg road anmal seized the child by the top of yond toweN and wo protested that no traveler should bo obliged to drug such Talk about big tobacco lteamus A the head lifting it In the air nud shakbulky him iu lato has some plants that measure six ing it to and fro as a dog shakes a rat days ofobjects about witltfacilities thesu TliS improved transit feet across the top from tip to lip The mother with an awful scream logic of this argument was not very The young people who spent Sunday sprang to rescue her child nud the fath- Â¬ strung on our side it is true but most at the Tar Springs report a nice warm er attacked the beast with u whip travelers will ngreO with us nevertheThey made It loose its hold but the less The Russian lodging house people time aud aro all going sgiln In 1000 in return seemed to regard us witli Misses Ellla Wilson aud Xrlliu White childs head was crushed and the top of amazement and pity becauso wo did not the skull nearly torn off It lived but a house were visiting last week nt the posscas theso things and declined to pur short time niter being taken from the chaso them home of Mrs llendricksou Tar Fork Their idea must havo been lions jaws thai wo wcio accustomed to Bleep in A number of our people went to 1mv The affair created a panic In the our clothes liko their own peasants isport last week to attend the 10th An- - crowded grounds as it was reported that In somo cases they wcro willing to cunntiitlnil tiniiloiiDGinn rt flit 1lliilriri1 AICUVblUtVUI CDOIUI W till the lion had broken loose and several provido tho bed furnishings for n conX S C Frank was called to Ituckport women fainted sideration but they regarded ono towel n week aud ono cliango of linen a month Ind lost week to the bedside of his sick wwscomiktts iyov as ample brother Chns Frank who is yet no The lion whose ferocity ended to disasbelter trously is the property of James J Cor Nervous debility is a common compsfOlr Geo Gray will begin his school at bett the champim heavy weight pugilist plaint especially among women The Balltowu next Monday AuA 10 We It was given to llieso people to be train best medical treatment for this disorder hope Mr 4 ray may have as succtBsIul a ed and it happened as folio s It will is si persistent course of Ayers Sarsapar school as he did last year be remembered that when Ilagenb cks ilia to cleanse and invigorate tho blood Mr and Mrs Win Urickey and Mr big show left this country many of the This being accomplished nature will do and Mrs Win Taul diove put of the poorer animals were left behind being the rest distance to the Association Tuesday bought by an Englishman named Best MORGAN AND THE OPERATOR night arriving there Wednesday at - p wick who had been with Hngenbeck They were divided into several small m hot and dusty 7he I Httrr XVm Nat So Hail to Sao the V B Burton was alto in attendance at shows which were sent out to various Gencrnl m Uo Said Ho Would lie parts of the country and have been giing Tho fall of Forts Douclson and Henry the Blackford Association and at usual This b compelled General Albert Sydney John looking honest aud diguitied soon tot around to the smuler cities stou to evacuate Kentucky nnd northern into the good graces of the good brethren one of those shows When he retreated from It is in charge o Thomas Hurd whose Tennessee He made a splendid speech on temper child was killed With it is a German Bowling Green wliich had been his ance after wliich a brother invited him headquarters ho left General John IL home with liim to dinner At tho table trainer and three assistants The chief Morgan whoso audacious enterprise was lady of the house sjidBro Burton trainer was with Hngenbeck for 1 years beginning to attract attention through Â¬ the how long have you been pastor of the The lion was put in his care for training out tho countiy with his brigado of He replied iu all by Bostwick to whom it was sent by Kentucky aud Tennessco horsemen iu Cloverport church 7 his truth like in inner Nearly three Corbett The beast is about two years Kentucky to obtain information of tho years and raking oil another piece of old and bos not yet attained its full enemys movements Ouo bright spring morning n tall chicken proceeded to finish his most ex- Â¬ growth although laige enough to be dangerous as tho eeut proved This graceful looking man rode up to thu cellent dinner morning it made an attack on one of the Louisville and Nashville railroad dijiot nt Bowling Leaving subtrainers as he was passing it and bit iiighlneil iu Gieeii of a littlo his thor chugu darkey Vacation Time him badly iu the right leg He being a Is at hand ami is gladly welcomed by powerful man choked oil and heat it the horseman stiedo across tho platform it to tho tilcguiph office1 Ho was drissed all especially those whose duties in life severely Tho iu an ordinary riding suit a slouch hut have caused them to greatly run down and high riding boots but there was a MOrilKIt ClTltK elllll their Bystem to meet the requirements Hurds wife is the snake charmer of tho martial air about him that would havo physical and mental forced upon them show and was on the platform outside urnuscd tho suspicion of any ono who With these aud others it is important the tent this afternoon advertising the had ever hail anything to do with sol whether at home at the seashore or in show by exhibiting a large snake while dieis His mnnncrwns charmingly affathe country thai some thought be given Hurd sold tickets A colored girl em ble ami ho was soon engaged iu conver with the operator n sallow littlo to diet and its further assistance to ployed as nurse brought the little boy sation fellow with a thin blond mustache Nature a good building up medicine out and left it with its father while she Whats tho news ho nkcel liko Hoods Sarsaparrilla had best be went on an errand Nothing much Hear that scoundrel While the father resorted to If the digestion is poor aud mother were not lookirg the child Morgan is in tho neighborhood cutting liver deranged aud frequent head aches walked over near the lion wliich was Ich ginpli wires and playing hell witli Wish I couhl run seem to he the rule Hoods will change chained to a heavy stake The brute our communications ncross him Ho wouldnt cut uny moro all this and enable everyone to return reached out a paw struck the child down telegraph wires to their home and business iu a refresh and drawing it forward seized it by the Tho operator juuipcd up nnd seizing ed state o mind and bodily health head The mother and father grasped it n horso pistol that lay on tho tablo bo mid tried to pull it away while the lion foie him began to strut up nnd down ART IN ST PETERS held on and pulled iu the opposite di- the room shaking tho weapon at an imaginary Moigau n IVw rirturi 4 or Prf ariim In rection TIiito The father and the head train Tho horseman eyed him smilingly for t ti Great Ciitliritritl er who came running at the mothers Nothing imluips is more striking as scream forced the brute to let go its a moment and then reaching into his inside pex ket he drew forth a card case1 tmu Ihioiih t belter acquainted with St deadly hold mid taking out a caul handed it to Peters than the constant variety of deThe trainer led the lion to a cage while tho operator Tho ociateir glanced at tail The sl building produces at first sight an impression of haimoiiy and the police quieted thu panic stricken tho card nnd suddenly stoppid His eyes hero appeals to bo n remarkable uni crowd iu the tent and got the people out bulged ami his knees smote together formity of style iu all tho objects one The mother of the child fainted and Without a word ho dropjied the pistol sees Hurd hlmsell was distracted with grief ami card and fled from the depot Tho horseman quietly mounted his There are no oil paintings to speak of In getting tho child away a piece of the in the church aud but few frescoes The skull was torn out and a part of his sous horso nud galloped off Tho curd lay on tho operators table near the pistol for great altar pieces aro almost exclusively John fine mosaic t opies of famous pictures brain came away aud remained in the nn hour It bore this inscription New York Sun II Morgau C S A which aic preserved elsewhere Of these fathers hand Medical attendance was at hand but reproductions thu Lest is generally con Backlens Arnica Salve sideied to bo that of CSuercino8 St nothing could be done tho child re Â¬ Ictrunillu ut the end of tho right uislo maining in a comateise condition until it The BtsT Salvk in the world for Cuts of tho tribune Desbrosses praises tlieso died this evening about 0 oclock Tho Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever moaiu nltrr pieces extravagantly aud oolico wished to shoot the lion but were Sores TetterChapped HamuChllblains even expresses tho opinion that theynro Corns nnd all Skin Eruptions and pos-Â¬ probably superior iu point of color to prevented from doing to by the trainers tho originals from which they nro cop who stated then that it was Cnrbetts itively cures Piles or no pay required icel In ewcution tluj- - aro certainly property The mother has been iu con Â¬ It is guaranteed to give perfect satis Â¬ wonderful and many a stranger looks vulsions all evening and is insano with faction or monoy refunded Price 25 nt them and passes on believing them grief and horror Hurd and his wife cents per box For sale by Short to Ik oil paintings Haynes come from New York Frauk Bostock They possess tho quality of being im the owner of the show is now at Coney They ltaco Hailoon In 1arU perishable and beyond all iufiuenco of Island Cincinnati Tho nowest sport in Poris is tho bal- Â¬ climate or dampness mid they nro mas loon game which is playrd in this terpieces of mechanical workmanship A little daughter of Mr Lewis Dayton fashion But many will think them hard and an old and much respected citizen of A number of toy balloons nro entered unsympathetic in outline uud decidedly Barmtz Pa occasionally has trouble for the competition and iu each of crude iu eolor Much wit bus betn man them is placed mi envclqo containing ufactured by tho critics at thu expense with her stomach which gives her con Michael of Guhlo HeuiH for in siderable distress In speaking of it Mr a postal caul which is mlihesscd to the stances and us miiuy sharp tilings could Dayton said As soon as she has an judgo of tho contest The littlo balloons bei said about it good many other works nttack wo give her a dosa of Chamber- Â¬ uro tlioiisct fiee ami ufhr mora or less of tho same kind iu the church Yet lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea timo como to earth again iu different parts of tho country on tho whole they do not destroy tho Itomeely and it has never failed to re- Â¬ Tlioso who lind them see tho envelopes general harmony Uig us they are when they tire se e ii from a littlo distance they lievo her promptly We all use it in aud notico thereon u request that tho timo when each balloon was found ami sink into nc re insignificant patches of our family with tho samo good result nlso tho place bo written on tho postal color all but lost iu tho deep richness For sale by A 11 Fisher druirgist curd wliich is then to bo dropped iu tho Marion Crawford iu of tho whole- A Remarkable Record postofllca Century At tho end of a week tho various posIs made by Bethlehem Academy estab Â¬ tal cards aro compared ami the priseo is Personal lished In 1M1 by the Sisters of Loretto Free lll pago medical reference book The thorough training there imparted is awarded to that balloon which travcloel tho greatest distance in 0 shortest to any person alllicted with any special attended by three generations of accom Â¬ timo Paris Letter chronic or delicate disease peculiar to plished Kentucky ladies who acknow their sex Address tho leading phy- Â¬ ledgo Bethlehem as their Alma Wake up your liver but bo sure you Mater sicians aud surgeons of the United States Its teachers are selected from a religious taVe Simmons Liver Regulator Co do it Dr Hathaway A Co 70 Dearborn street with It will do it every timo and do it society whose vocations is teaching Chicago Terms are placed nt o0 per session of so well that youll feel wonderfully re- Â¬ It is Sim- Â¬ To nmko the complexion good and the five months For prospectus giving fur- Â¬ freshed and strengthened breath sweet lino Dr Bells Peppermint ther information address Mother Doml mons Liver Regulator that does it Chill Tonic It purifies thu blood rids tills Bethlehem Academy St John There is only one Simmons Liver Regu- Â¬ you of malaria and Is an upbuilding tonic Hardin county Ky lator and you know it by the Red Z on aiding digestion Pleasant taste and the package Tako nothing else and A Chicago geutleman has gouo crazy yonll be sure to get all tho good health 50c Guaranteed by pleasant effect over tho money queston all dealers promised Tlicxo of Oilier Cmtntrlm Ill apartment houses in Ilnsin tho lodgings which open on tho ceuirtyarel rent for it lower price says it writer iu Llppiucotts because tho cntranco ii through a porto cochcre or nt night through n wicket therein This is nn unobjectionable rather nn aristocratic arrangement in a private house but clsowhero tho courtyiiril limy contain too many stables workshops or even n largo number of cows to Biipply dairy shops which profess to deal iu Finnish that is to say iu puro country hut tor cream uud milk In this enso also tho winters supply of wooel for the great house Is sure to bostneked In piles a couple of stories high so closo to tho Â¬ tvtitreln Thcjr Differ trnm ITS That N A S I A FACT does what is claimed for it It Kills Tobbacco Worm Aud saves many days of tedious painful labor It is as great an improvement over the old style as the latest improved thresiier is over the flail or tramping out process It lias come to siayf and it is not run says he POWERLESS TO HELP IT Blessing For Tobacco Raisers Â¬ eighleen-moulhs-ol- d Â¬ Those who have used it are willing to testify to this fact It is now being used in Breekenridge county by several progressive farmers and their testimony as to its merits is added to the many who have tried it before Â¬ One Trial Is Sufficient To satisfy any man of eximrionce Unit its use Eaves labor increases tho number of pounds anil improves tho quality of his crop By its use - Â¬ Your Crop Runs to Leaf And not to Lugs and Trash It kills little worms as well as big ones and oni application lasts a -- vni Â¬ month There are no ragged leaves and your mind is at caso in regard to worms 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121 The llouscoii t Lie 3lanli tile the Ill A SinlDaiigliler ol -- stars Hugh Convoy ix cret Rita 131 Cart Vosmier 134 1 lie Ainivin Adeline Sergent 135 Uoiond Iteuall iolWouche a French Detective Foitune Du Iluigcbey Ilev Chas Kingsley 137 The l nter II ibles 18 The Southern Star Jules Verre lag Lyres acquittal Helen II Mathers 130JUM lltlne and I lly author of A Yellow Aster lly the wrllor of Ucllti 131 Vashtiand Kster Lctte s 33 Ifjond the Clly AConan Dnyle A beandat In luliemla A Conan Doyle 33 31 1 he Mg 101 the hour A Conan Doyle 1351he Heir of 1 nine Robert lluchanan I3uTirauroIslani1 Robert ixiais btevenson 137lhebtlckUUlnlter b II Crockett I3S The aukide Tub Robert Louis btevenson 139 The Merry Men Hubert Louis Stevenson 116 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M niikcn rod and lilnrrrd jilinplcHou face rirouninandnlKM It mpm uriinfl at hiooi oozing on iritiipm hnttimrfl looking nk oaCK ooiih omne ulcere tin riimiifliurntlir at Miricocole wnnt nl colitlffinLp lllilH V V tenet lackot entw uud I CUil htronirtli l nm lmnorinnc t tpd in Ufa fthoulil nnver be taken nntll you are positively cured II I bton weakened or diseased yon liare o uiAtr IU Kiniaa Itemf niber nermatortlirrn vnrlcncele and lnn PUIUenuaDpr napmneiiH in mameu life Our New Method en res them per manently Hjrouare Mini d conault us at nncn as we can nwyro your niroiiKin II YOU ttlsh to vlml ttnnrnr and denin Mirry our advice may U worth a fortnno to you ileTjIliLitixl tirrd inorninux no ambition lifelew uuMiiory Kxir tlully IhHkukI tcitnltpi r4 Dont Let Your ifs be Drained Agajl By- tern ami New Method win iUkoutc by iiaanveral yean ago it liuiuu up unci irenRtncna tho hervons tyttem rcetorun lo t vitality t Ilia rat nn I nrimna Minna fill drill na nnil InvlRoratex ami rcrto e liwt man Ihmki ii never luua in curinir mo rrauim of Sell Abuee Later ticetiei mooa uit eaiei or thu effects of a Misspent Lite US n Vf iHW UU1 Toiltmli vtuVtt HttS - inr CUKES ILMKAXTKEI OK NO PAY Â¬ What we Treat and Cure Â¬ uf hnn- rrvu si Manhood iy nndfjladdernistns sConiiiuiuuini suiliiiiin - EmlaslonsVnrlooonle Syphi lis NervnuBue onyty si ioiu re Unnatural Oleet Impotum i a L- - Kid - Â¬ fidential 0 1 Boo tentiiuiinials next week KERGAN DRS KENNEDY 1 22 W 4th St Cincinnati O ku Write fnrDur stlnn Blank fm HomoTrnatmont Kverythln Con nam envelope rent noininir iiuu GeoriL Mautillu renn MiuM H Uruddon Study In Sr11 Id A Iumiaii lioj li Fur nit the reiters Mrs A ex aider 16 My 1 ulics Money Wllkie Collins Chi lotto M llricme 17 The Shadow of a bin iH IheCriCKet on the Hearth Charles Dickens 19 IreSnuirosDatlmg Charlotte MUraemc ao hinuleheart and double I ace Charles Iteade si Ia ly Gra e Sirs Henry Wood at Wifi Mai I or Widow I Mrs Alexander 3 IIIick lleiuty Anna Scwcll Sarah Grand 4 Moala 3SCdiuilie lixiiidr Dumas 46 Her LaitThow llieDu hes a I hrte Mm in a lloit Jerome K Jerome aS I he Honiratile Mrs Veieker On Docheis 9 The llwise of the Wolf Stanley J Wei roan 3oe harliue lem ile Mrs Kumsjii 31 The shattered Idol Chariot M Uraeme 33 Derrick Vaughn Notclit iidna Iva I 33 The Mystery of No 13 Helen II Mathers 3 i8 mt oIlllir John Strange Winter 35 The Haunted Cliamher The Durness llawley fcmart 30 Cleverly Won tMorencc Warden 37 Dorms Fortune 33 Dinna Forget John btrange Winter 39 The Lans Uiror Charlotte M Uraeme Charlotte M Uraeme 40 A Uolden Heart 41 Her Only bin charlotte M lliaeme 4 lh Idle thoughts of an IdleFcllow J KJe rome In Durance Vile 43 The Duchess 44 A Little llehel The Duchess The Duchess 4 Little Iruh Girl 46 laiys Lord llerresford The Duchess 47 The Moment Alter Itobert lluchanan 45 A Marriage at hes W Clark ltussell lly the author Lover and Lord 49 A Mad live jU Hie either Mans Wile John btrange Winter 51 On Her W edding Morn Charlotte M Uraeme a Much Conway 8 Called ILitk ickril lilrl Mary Cn il 9A loRuk I Ilia Old Home Maiy Cicil Kay 11 Wuldcd an I Parted Chariot u M Ilrjcm 7 Ine Uuihex The Duthass fllu lljy I 13llie iMortiun 4A Hie llag ol Diamonds The Dolly Dialogues Anthony Hope 1 lie Hock or the It T cj I Alill ll lil 11 II je ft It Delon 51 Awidow in Ihrunis JM llarrle n ice when n I 9 7 jI i name Ijfi Hie Ieiil ol Oliver bargnu Junes Dlis IJ7 My Lady N home J M Ilarrii liS lleiter Lead J M llrrie 59 llie Story of nn Africm Kann Ilalph Iron 100 Dreams Itaiiih Iron Ollvebchreiner 101 Kinnapped R Lbievciuon 163 Ihe Strange Caso uf Dr Jekyll and Mr Hvde Kobert Ixiuis Stevenson i63TheAlyslerolCI omber A Conan Doyle 114 1 ove Letter 01 a Wordly Woman Mrs W K Uillord l6j The Paviion nn the Link RL Sfvenson KuAuJies Husband lly Author of Love and Lands 167 The Captain ol the Pole Star A Conan Doyle 168 The Pieture of Dorian Gray Oscar Wilde 169 I Abbe Constaiitin Iudovic llalevy l7oSport Kvial Anthony Hope 151 Prince Olio K LSteienson The Jlisadientiire of John Mchaboii Robert Louis Steve sun 143 An Inland Voj ace Robert Louis Stevenson 143 The bilHrudo Suatle rs Robert L Stevenon 144 fhp Jialer or llallanlrae R L btevenson 146 hue a All the 01 Id to Jle Hall Caine 147 My Wonueiful Wile I Alarie Corelli 148 A Change ol Air Anthony Hope 1 49 Hie 1 y tianiiti r Robert Louis Stct enron lyj Po e on W hist 140 141 lis lc niini Dream life Ik Marvel w TklMf fllfn Arthur Morrison Darn House O fanille ftnn J74 I he Itabbis spell Suart C Cumbeiland luslir Charlotte M Uraeme 177 ol the Mine Kobert lluchanan 178 King Solomons Mines H Rider lUegard Mrs Annie 4AeiiCArie ior --er ortunet nuchsnan Jll Alphonse rvan 11 181 sappho Daudet 1 33 T he Tinted Venus K Anstey 1S3 A Man of Muik Anthony Hope 8 Ilw secret of Goresthorpe Grange AC 7 171 1oenii b Oar Wilde sr fesr1 li 18ACaseoflilenty A Conan Dovlo iiy hrNl1 it8 1ller A Coin Dople M4ay ol 5 Bmage Jerome K Jerome lb8 Ihe K8hani-tjcne- - Mystery ol Sasassa Valley and c stoiies A Conan Doyle I8jlhe Hatchet and other stories A Conan 190 191 93 Eamono Ipilletler 4 Doyle Mine Own People Hudyard Kipling iheCoarl ng of Dinah bhadd ber J3 Struck Down Hawlev Smart SI A Star and u Heart Florrence Marryit 3 J 5wect Is 1 rue love fne Duchess 56 Tbe Two UriiUans UEuntry 1 he Duchess 57 A IrvubUsoineGirl Rlpltig 9J 97 199 j3 59 I At the llreen llragen lleatrice llarrideu 60 Mnpilarly Deluded Sarah draiid 61 The lllrrd llaby llarle Iorelli 61 The Tour orae World In Ml Ua Julci Verne 63 wn Generations Count LvnITolttol L H St L h FordsYlfle Branch A Little Pilgrim Mrs Oliiminr the u hrItla Slurruy 6t A Maiden Pair Charles Gibbo ti the Unman e of poor Young Man Octave Read tho proposition heading this list aud address all orders to JNO 0 BAQBAGE 0L0VKKP0RT IUf of 0aer Pell A Conan DoyU nma rcr Buh- ah MacUren Itobert Louis Stevenson American Notes Rudyard Klplmg e y1 In dvarel Killing f0iit a Looking Class FC Philips Ihe Coislcan llrothers Alexander Dumas Mr Meeon3 VII H Illaer Howard it i Ihe n0 nip TIME TABLE No 9 Â¬ TAKING Dally ex Sun No 6 I EFFECT DEO 22 1805 West Hound Trains Ksit Bound Train Dally I Daily ex Sun ex Sun No No f Irvinitton A 9 fCair Oarfleld 110 ei bun Dsily Nol M STATIONS 11 11 10am Iv 12 05pm 12 12 12 2 12 15 13 M Harnett unction IM Ilsrdlnsburt Jolly dlendcact Dempster arPalliHoujihli Dempster Kockvale Mitchell Junction Kirk 7 40 7 30 IlO IU 2 30 230 2 42 lii 135 4 30 6 30 715 7 ttj JM 800 aod 3 20 3 48pm IM Kuth Asklns Oaks 5 37 5 27 5 18 R H 7P l allantvne M Iljllantyne t Ktllnir the Hold It it lUlLutyni aKose rlemlng DoraKusstl 71 lleveriesofu llaihtlor Ik Marvel j lliidjr the Iteil PlaK M M U llruddon 73 I lie liulo School maucr Maik J 11 hhort- house 74 Mrs Cans Companion II O Wlehtwick 75 DUmond Cut Dumon I T Adolpffus Trillion 76 Monica and A Hose DistuleJ The Duchess and other sketckes 77 Afternoon Oula ilt-Li rher CUf kV fhare Dickens Hour und other stoiics 79 The Ducheis Si A Great I lelress UK Francllon Si That Last Ilcherial and other stiries The Duchess 81 Uncle Jack Waller lltsant 8J Y1l0amanAdnuB of MUk Maid 84 A Glorlcus Forwre Walir llosanl She Iavd Him I Annie Thomas M One False lloin Fair J II I Urwoo1 H Promisee of Majrlaije Kmllefiaboilau lf fe- Lceuwcnlioek and Humboldt boUi tif that u siiiKlo pound 0f tho finest pWer Webs would reach around tho world juor IN VUMNIITV BEST IN ve1- - 508 50 441 4 ArKordsvilltLv 436so Th ct an Daugkter From the Itusslaq or o ForIInnseil Alone T WSpeight rU ar Walr lea ld l FOR YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies EVERY I0TTLE GUARANTEED BICUIIDIOt WORMS 1 vermifuge 20 WHITES CREUI OLD BV ALT UHUUQIIITat sWlTi cl t um V THE Awarded BHE1QKEXNRIDGEX NRs GLOVRPORT Tutfs Pills Cure All - KY Highest Honor i DEI Worlds Fair LOCAL BREVITIES Geo C Patton Is at homo 1riccB flonting opera to morrow night Ii 11 Scheror wont to LouIhvIIIo to nl 5 i Â¬ day Apphi peelers V tho beet made Sul CREAM U A 4 - 1 1 V - Now while theic is plenty of fruit Every gal lined Ion of fruit put tip is like that much money placed Tho Hardinsburg and Vine Grove crops in a savings bank begin eaily dont wait evei team crossed bats at Big Spring Saturday Tobacco worms never known Uj be Aug 8th and the score was 10 to 4 in more plentiful so say kind of fiuit is at least a month ctulioi llitin usual tho tobacco grow FALLS OF ROUGH favor cf Hardinsburg The featnru of era the game was the pitching and tho catch Our merchant Chas RidenhnliriHr Dro CundifTgone to Tenneessee Meeting ing ol Beard nnd I look made a business trip In Hartford Invt Closed Three Weddings to Occur Jack Tiudle was in town the other week Aug 12 Other Notes day aud being out of matches desired to Mr Adkissoii son of Luby Adklsson take a smoko immediately Ho took Some glass cans tin cans lor tomatoes stone Irvlngton visited H C Ha Mocks last The big metting has closed his spectacles from his pocket and hold week cans for pieservcs and apple butter big jars tor them over the pipe and tho rt flection Health of neighborhood bad LVllorn to the wife of John Hatfield on from the sun produced the blaze pickles empty pickle ban els for Kiaut jelly Bro CundifT has goue to Tenuetsee trie 8th Inst a darling girl John is all Uucle Cato Moorman a hiuhly re Miss Maud Lyons has returned home glasses for jelly evei tiling in the fiuit canning spected colored man of this city and smiles Miss Peg Or is wold has returned homo line J I Park has purchased a portion of who was about eighty years of ago died Prayer meeting every WedneBlny Ids fathers farm on which he will build Sunday obout 10 oclock a in His death night wai duo to old age aud a paralytic at onco Miishall Morris was a guest at Col Littlo Ihilllp RHdenhehuer fell while stroke received some years ago The test game of boo ball for the playing last week and broke his arm Greens Miss Mary Pejton is visiting friends seasons championship was played at above tho wrist Willi us for all kinds of fruits and cgctable foi Mrs Wlllio Parks nud Master Iue in Louisville Hardinsburg last Friday between the canning purposes Fanners bring your fruits Cloverport Seconds and tho former club Wallace are visiting her parents at Ray John Dean of Gleudenne was at Col Carlton UawcSTllle was in the city i week Wednesday the score stood 28 to 25 iu favor of tho mond this week to us We can find a market for it lliing pio Greens last we k Over fifty different styles of Club Cloverport bojs They aro tho stud Judge Wm Aht Uardtniburg was In the Wm Beard Hardinsburg mado our Willis Green Is at homo after a brief duccr and consumer together city last week House ties nil the different shapes Superintendent of little town a short visit last Thursday sojourn iu Louisville James Green Is visitMiss Llnnle Camp of Henderson Suz rs bridge and trestles on tho 0 and N on tho search of fat stock Somo young ladles are expected at ing friends here Mrs Gideon I Nupper haa gouo to railroad and John Ford ono of his hands J B Anderson constable nf Bcwley Col Greens this week C W Moorman went to Owensboro Thurs Â¬ rOwensboro to be with relatives and were killed last Thursday at Panther vllle visted tho boys in diatrict No 63 day on business Miss Junule Green went to Cloverpoit J CNOITE Assignee friends creok by three heavy timbers falling on last week notifying them that thoir last week to was Ben L llryant of tho Courier- - Journa visit relatives Grand Excursion to tho harbor of hap them Green was fifty years old and school tax Is ilun In the eity last week Miss Ida Edwards of Louisville Is leaves a wife and two children He had WfA M Misses Edith and Ethel Heron are gutsts of piness and delight lu Sulzers Dry Goods Hardin bas the boss with I Mrs Marshall Mori Is been on the road III years Ford was Chester white pig Lodlburv frlrnds at Ilewleyvllle Department TnTFHATST T which he has named Iafe Beauchamp is again a fn quent Mrs It U Cox Union Star Is visiting her Mrs Win Brown and daughter Jesse twenty six and single fieo silver and tlppnl the scales at lifty visitor at Mrs Kitty Davisons daughter in Louisville GENERAL COMMISSION MIUtCIIANTS Dr John M Cohen the noted oculist tlireo pounds eight weeks old were visiting M and Mrs J T Patter Â¬ Mrs Metcalf nnd children of Stephens Miss Lula Owen has returned from a visit son this week For the Sale of Country Produce and optician will bo at A It Fishers The Freedom meeting as iu former port are guests to Irvlngton and vicinity lleftrenccs Ciirm in Hank Western IVinl I kMI y Trust Company at the parsonage Drug Store in this city Sept 10 1 1 nnd years Â¬ If you havo mules and want to diswas largely attended Sundayovery- 101 ISMUK kV JjMktJlsikftMrfotietwffnJlinlllli W Arts Wot Del J fireman on the L 11 pose of tliwn take them to Hardinsburg 12 Anybody suffering with any disease uocly seemed to enjoy theinsolves in iM hs Hattle Stew art of Hawesville Ib Is taking a week s vacation of the eyo or needing spectacles will do spito of the Intense heat Prayer meet- Â¬ visiting her Bister Mrs Ben Storms John TeatT of Hardinsburg was In the city next Saturday well to call on him Examination nnd ing Mr Houston wife nnd daughter of last Wedaesday on business promptly at 10 oclock five minutes Mr and Mrs G W Short and Mr and consultation free and satisfaction guar Â¬ recess services Henry Moorman of Olendeane Is visiting Mrs II A Oelze have returned from resumed Rev Nun of Louisville are guests at Frank PeytonH anteed Mr and Mrs C W Moorman Louisville briefly but beautifully des Rob Chambliss is at the bed side of tho Tar Sprints Miss Ilertha Mattlngly has returned from a U son of cribed the orlglnand design of the Lords his sick brother Sam Parson near Max tlwell tho James It Sklllman was appointed visit to relatives at Honderson vllle City Judge pro tem by the City Council 1 Mr and Mrs Y G Babbage died very supper who should and why partake Miss Ray Heyier went to Hardinsburg yes suddenly last Snturday with diptberia and after the institution of same a hearty Mrs Ed Thomas Davisons brother at its last meeting terday to visit the Misses Beard He was a handsome blight little fellow hand shaking was erjoyed by all In aud slater havo been visiting her for The Clover creek bridge should have Mr Alexander Vanco of Tierce City Mo the very picture of health and to be cut the afternoon we were over joyed to some time isvitillug bis brother J Seott Vance immediate attention it is getting in down so suddenly is indeed sad and a have tho pleasure of listening to such a For Illustrated Catalogue address Mrs Dr Watklns and slater Miss Mayme Marshall John and Lois Morris are on pretty bad shape a great bereavement Our sympathy goes noble man as Dr Dauley of Owensboro Griffith have returned from Qwensboro W S RYLAND President tho sick list Mrs Morris has recovered for some one to give me the cold out to the heart broken parents in their who delivered a beautiful 0 discourso so her good health Felix Elder and Miss May Rodgers of shoulder so that I may never hear Is it great affliction Instructive powerful and true that all LeitchfielJ spent Suuday at the Tar springs HOLT Mrs W II Chambliss and little hot enough for you Miss Sallio B Slack of Owensboro an who failed to hear him missed an enjoy Â¬ Leonard Weakley Doolan representing the daughter Willie were guests at Mrs M Littlo Miss Kay Heyser went to Har- Â¬ exceedingly popular young lady of that able treat County Institutewas here last Thurs- Hardin W Stones last week dinsburg yesterday to visit her little city was taken Blck while en route home Tho Chinese preacher lectured here HoonllDht Plcrrfo A J Gross Sunstruck IM GLENDEANE Jno D Babbage and children left friends the Misses Beard from ehurchJSunday morning She only Monday to visit her old home near Branden Serenader8 Plowlnfl last week It is appalling to know what And the motquitcs hum hum burn survived a fow minutes after reaching burg Stopped Weddlng The Sick John Morion Preach- a small force of Christian workers there Mrs Slack who has been Cailt Doltaren who has been visiting his an Anti mosquito In a room and they her homo are lu Heathen lands when the needs brother Orfila of Uwenboro has mturned aro mum mum Sulzers ed Sunday Visitors Returning an Invalid for somo years was so shocked and demands are so great borne There is rumor afloat that their will by tho death of her daughter that she Home We are needing rain It Is rumored that in a few weeks Rev Mrs Alfred Oolze and daughter Miss Ethel We tiro going to do up things only lived a few hours afterward shortly be a new road cut through to Plowing is stopped on account of dry and Miss Mayme Dellaven are at the Tar Cuudiir will hold a protracted meeting quick and if you want any of thorn Miss Ella Goodson passed through the the celebrated Tar Springs bprings Dr Dempster went to Louisville at Union Cliappe assisted by Rev Haw- Â¬ weather you must bo quick Dont take Miss Alce Dixon of Henderson a most The ministers meeting of the Goshen city yesterday en route to Louisville Thursday kins Mrs Lulle M Seaman of LouisThe wiatlar is tho hotttst we have charming young lady Is visiting Mrs C 11 fiom Slaughtersvtlle to attend her sister time to ask questions or you will Association will convene at LeitchQeld ville They say it may be soon after his felt for years James Kinchtloo visited here Saturday Skilliaan Miss Florence who fell at Columbia the 5th Sunday in this mouth return Ircm tho South and Sunday Mrs Marion Weatherholt was on the bo to late Mrs David Culley roturned last weok from Tenn and sustained Injuries which Sndy Hill where she has been on a visit to Marshal Hall had several men clean Â¬ were not thought serious until recently Cards are out for the nuptials of the sick list last wick James Rhodes Falls of Rough is here her parents ing up the debris on Main street lost when alio was taken to Louisville for visiting friende following parties at the Maxville church There was n moonlight picnic at Mr John T Ditto Deotur III was the guest week It Is greatly improved Tne Misses Parsons JobIi Tutea Saturday night 1 let of blue and white Wash Matthews aud wife are both August the 12th treatment fler condition is alarming of his sister Mrs Jno D Babbage several embroiderus Miss Mollie Beauchamp Messrs Miller days last week confined to their beds llov Grant after a confinement of Owensboro Messonger Mr and Mrs Ihllo Ddllaven are visit- Â¬ worth 7c quick price lie and Roberts will wed the first ladles ing Gen nnd Mrs A J Gross 1 lot of bhio prints Misses Maggie Sklllman and Marlon How several weeks with typhoid fever was worth Uc to do up Mls3 Lou Adrox spent Thursday with The Thlrty fiist Annual Sunday school tneutloned Mr Bob Parson the last mer will visit Miss IUIlie Moorman of Ulen able to be out driving last week ipiick le Mrs Amanda Hooking Gen A J Grow is suffering from a Convention of the Kentucky Sunday doine this week mentioned You want to buy shots for your family school Union will convene In the First partial riinstroko received several days 2 pieces of dotted gross cloth worth 15c Misses Sallie Brown and Veva Howard Mrs Nannie Hudson and son King of Our ijuck price only 7je per yard waut to make a fow dollars go a long Baptist church Owensboro on Tuesday were at Mrs II T Dempsters Friday ago Dyoriburg Tennare guess of Mr and Mrs LUCKY 10 doz napkins white and fancy stripe way you can do both at Sulzers Clayton Crosson afternoon August 25 Miss Mary HuUnhko and Mr Chas Mrs I II Driwees was called to the worth 0 at 00c Miss Eva Young of Morganfield arrived The Texas has made a special rato bedside of her dying sister a short time The Lucky Number Seven Folkws Illedel Jr attemhd tho plcnc at Lodl Â¬ The marriago of Mr Edward Kissam 10 pea heavy brown cotton regular price last Wednesday and Is the guest of her sister to Miss Maxle Bandy of Union Star Â¬ of one faro for tho round tiip on presenhurg Saturday ago Bryan Mrs OB Sklllman Oc our price le tation of credentials Tickets on sale takes place today at high noon Mrs J II Weatherholt aud daughter Miss Ella Robertson has gone to Un Miss Llnnle DHuy Misses Judith Miller If there is nuy thing In luck W J Miss Mary of Hancock county visited 0 doz ladies fast black hose wolth 10c 25 good returning until The missionary board of the Goshen August 24 and and her visitor Miss Marshal of Louisville iontownto visit her schoolmates and our quck price 5o Bryan will surely ho a winner in tho relatives here Sunday will to day go to the Tar Springs for a weeks Association will meet Friday before the August 20 Several prominent Sunday relatives Picture fraintB worth anywhere 1 our outing coming election Mr A M Hadin cf school workers will be present aud the 5th Sunday In August at LeitchfielJ Mr and Mrs Till Pauley of Clover- Â¬ Mies Nannie Green went to Louisvlllo price SO Valine Elisabeth Sklllman and Maggio Lodlhurg sends the News the following look to a large and profitable The Young Ladies Parsonage and Homo prospects Thursday on a visit to her uncle Chas It was written by Mr J A Vandlver a port spent Sunday with his parents Mr Lidles If you want any remnants of car- went to Hardinsburg Sunday to be 4wmer present to day at the Uowuer Csnipbel Mission Society will meet at the Metho Â¬ meetirg Milton Smith S Green peta we will close them out nt half Commission Merchant of L usvlllo and and Mrs nuptials Miss Ethel Oclze and brother Walter dist church this afternoon at 5 oclock cost price Mrs Jennie Duncan aud sou Willie W 0 Moorman James A Moorman so far as wo know It Is the first thno it Misses Cella Randall of Athens of this city who aro out at the Tar 0 and W H Downier and family went to and Miss Katie Smith of Owensboro 10 pes heavy straw matting sold at 15c and Miss Carrie L Owen spent Friday has appeared in print Hattle Kattetjohn of Henderson arrived Springs aud enjoying that beautiful price now 10c Monday and are the guests of Mr and Mrs J Hardinsburg yesterday to attend the at the Springs Did it ever occur to you that Seven nro visiting liiends nt this place losing her life 11 bars best B Randall buttermilk soap 10c marriage of his nitco Miss Mary Bow Â¬ resort came pretty near string band composed of tho three lucky number it bas always been Our Misses Mapgie Sklllman and Marlon was a whllo out boating in Tar Fork last Satur- Â¬ Mrs T J Mlnary and sons and Mrs Cald Â¬ men Mr Bryan should he Funow brothers and Tom Pauley all White kid belts extra quality Hoc Bowmer will visit Miss Hallio Moorman so considered day In attempting to pass under the well Norion and son of Louisville are visiting considered on the lucky side anyway with good new instruments are out Leather belta black and tan 10c quality A Hancock county farmer whose name bridge or log that crosses the stream the last of this week their parents Mr and Mrs J 0 Stephens at at Loc Alia Vista couldnt be learned caught seventy live she lost her balance and fell over board mrs Cornwall anu ciinuren Have re- Â¬ Wliilu in Chicago ho stopped at the serenading occasionally and make such 00 pair ladles white kid goves worth Clifton 7 lettore hie name is William nice sweet music we only wish their Holmes and children of Evans off of one plant tobacco worms Mrs Ellsa Hows Miss Mayme DaHaven and Orvillo Ray turned to their homo accompanied by SloatUSc vlll Mrs Miller and children of Stephens V J Bryan 7 leters 7 letters midnight ibits would come of teller this of Evansvllle were near and had it not Miss Amanda Deane port Mrs Jim Johnson and cblldrenof Kites 25 pair ladies shirt Waist aula worth CO Nominated Seventh month and on the Run and Mrs Bailie Black llltes Run were Tho Board of Health have icsued been for their coolness and presence of Thomas Godsy of Grayson cotintyaiid Irvln OBrien is the owner of tho atMc the guests of Mrs Wm Beavln last week notices warning the cltlzins to look after mind the youug lady would havo Miss Laura Smith of this place were Seventh day of tho month in Chicago smartest dog in town Whenever a 1 lot gents cull buttons worth 5c at 10c 7 letter ho Is the Nominee 7 letters who went to the Tar their premises this extreme sweltering Mrs Alfred Oelie drowned united in marriage last week game of ball Is to be pnyod it is nee See our new linu of laces Hoor oil cloth Ooo Springs for her health doeint Improve Was nominated by II T Lewis 7 letters evening while on the veranda she stepped weather Mr and Mrs Tom Robertson and lit- Â¬ Jno Johnson a negro who hailed from Fmt State voted for him Georgia 7 eseary that ho should bo on tho grounds 1 t xtra heavy quick price 25c and lost ber footing fell and sprained her Judge L G Gregory is improving and Hardinsburg was stealing a rldo on the tle son Walter of Buechels Ky are the lot of ladles button alio b custom made letters Ills homo is Lincoln 7 letters If a ball happens to pass any of geta ankle Monday was the first day he has been west bound passenger Saturday night nice line quality size 2 3 4 only visiting relatives at this place The State that secured his nomination playors he Immediately gors and Sirs Wm Ditto and daughter Cornelia able to sit up since the operation was Ho was on the front end of the baggage it These goods are worth 2 aud 2 J to Tho vote for Bryan and McKlnley at Montana 7 Mils Addle 0 Ditto Franklin Ditto Sr of The chairman of tho Na close out quick at 1 25 Brandenburg and Franklin and Du Hello performed car Upon reaching the west end of the this place shows thirty one for the for- Â¬ tional Committee was Ilarrity 7 The Varlelgb of Louisville arrived on the boat Just nerived 1 lot of fall capes all wool He was buying some jewelry and tho Clover creek trestle the brakeman step Â¬ mer and nineteen for the latter Is 8 M White 7 new chairman He Saturday and spent Sunday with Mr and I daik colors worlh 00 quick prices clerk handed him siver spoons Where ped out of the cab door with his lantern A No 7 fiat 7 My J D Babbage John Moilon a prominent young min wears No 7 shoes 7 1 25 Notjnuchrin and frightened the negro so badly that ister of Cloverport preached to a large and seven Slates 7 followed Ni bratka spent SaturJay at the at he growled augrlly OTh6 following party For Infants and Children Nice dnts ginghams worth 15o quick Ta Springs and bad a pleasant day Mr and a gold man 10 jumped off Into tho creek which Is nnd appreciative audienco Sunday night The name of Mrs Cryans club Is S irosis Mrs TL MeCool Mr and Mrs Joe Cully pi lets 7c 7 It ferred to Sdven kinds pf busi Â¬ nsfs- Alex Laalle a youug colored boy of about CO or GO feet The train was iin Mrs Wm Mullen and family Mils Mary Mrs Green aud duughtera desire to iiails iieat reductions in cur Clothing Depart Â¬ ness men in his spot ch The sleeper he tlflltUt Harris and cousin Mr Thompson Mines high standing and who was In his 10th tpedlatlely stopped tho couductor and thank their friends and neighbors or tho ment Carrie and Burnle LaMar and W JIAsbcraft year after an illness of two weeks died brakeman went down and found the kindnrsxxtended them In their recent rode into Chicago was the Fcronla 7 1 let ot light colored all wool suits former negro crawling out of the water He He has certainly all the lucky numbers last Thursday Will Wed To day misfortune by fire price was J10 00 Our quick price was sent tolDr Watklns olllco where nnd the fact that McKlnley was nomi Â¬ The A 0 U W lodge wishes to ex Â¬ rEU ward A Klesam ot this city Miss Cilia F Owen Miss Sarah J nated on tho anniversary of FOR SALE CHEAP will bo only 5 00 His right was rendered the battle of their thauka to the members of the medical aid and MUs Mnxie Bandy ot Union Star tend lu IlarJ niburg known arm was broken above tho elbow and a Lewie Mrs Mary Bruwu Mrs Lucy Waterloo Is significant of his difeat SI Ilcuie nJ lotYoi nurtlcitlsrt tpply lo as he Come quick if you want one on property willbo married to day at high noon at Presbyterian church for tho uso of same few slight gashes on his head Hunter and Mr James A Moorman left All our hats mens shoes have beon W K IIAKNItS Ilanllfkburg Ky Seven is a sacred number made by the orj ACONK ItuistlMUeKy the reidcnco of the bride Ituv Met Monday night Monday morning for a visit at Mr greatly reduced lu juice Supreme ltuler of the Uulverse for in lte officiating The groom cornea from D 0 StlUT has bought for parties In George Ileyseraat Evoleigh Ky SCIENCE HILL Come quick if you want these bargains six days he creatod the Heavens atd the Von VJLJovutt aippomtaentNow York family and haa Tell City 40Q000 feet of timber near Jfafa The Great Bargain Store The Seventy second annual session pf rrw w b rwke who Karth aud retted on the Seventh HWidu thi eity his home for years and Union Star and is now hauling1 it to rnakea specialty o this school will begin Wednesday Sept V Dont It l connected with tho Ciuclunattl Coop- - Lick Run or shipment Epilepsy lias without Say few children escape that most annoy 21801 Only graduates of the best col Â¬ doubt trtt4 nnd cur- Co- Geo Yeafcel S Inff but most common chldhood com- erage Co The bride graduated here iu ea mora cases tbn any Thos M Ditto and two children Evan leges are employed iu the faculty all of plaint caused by deranged kidneys and Will bo Home Thuriday living Physician f his V the CMverport High School with high weak urinary org aas In jj sales success i astoaUhlnz Lee and Nell Louise Louisville came them are teachers of experleuee and in ItlNKVVILLK KvAug 10181X1 not a single report oa failure of Please Wo havo heard o cases honor and is a moat charming young down Iat Sunday to spend io day with thorough accord with the pkn of educa BllANDKNllUUCI Ky M so years- - etasdlaz prayer meeting next Thursday announce lady letyable accomplished and haa a grandpa Cox at Quston ourou oy nlgjit I will ba home Thursday Please tion Introduced at ScIasm Hill by the hlra Ha puMUaesa say nest Sunday will fLIt ef friends In tills city The Nkws J E Butlerr state lecturer or the A late Principal Tho wine thorough work hi missionary day Valuable to ear thla bad habit Whrter Vftxend congratulations to tin bride and work on In Kim St Methodist Buuday School 0 U W Rave quite an Interesting talk will b demanded and the same high t only stops ftreeestt Shu Bucsttt Mure misery aswt dls thla which We are having groom and may their life be one of certain ease to quite a number ot the members of standard ef scholarship maintained a fine meeting up to u ysass success Kuarautes Hs value Bq AH - pasture and lMtpplireef he sends date eleven conversions aud ten addi Â¬ it Arthu the above order Monday night In the which haa distinguished Science Hill In with sou flic Xy Ocal Agtats retsr Ce Urge the ptt For catalogues or other inforÂ¬ tie of Ma abaslut our V 3 OQvt Reports Presbyterian church to any suffwsri tions Poyhtib who may sa4 thlr 1 Oand Kpr4 addrsu Yuura Tuly A protracted maetlsg a how la pro mation aWrewi Mm W T R9yt Baking Powder ik W advIM Shelbyvlll Ky rnsVfrS aay on vrUhlngC- a euro- to udilru Q Shelley grtsa at fjklllau oeaductod by Rev ftwTffk ft 4 wfMwFmn tJespeWsJ ctf Mli IVIcus Floating Opera will bu here Thursday Mnles wanted at Hardliuburg next Satuiday Jimmy Miller came home Thhrsday MOST PERFECT MADE with clillls A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free Clayton Cropson has resigned U posibom Ammonia Alum or any oilier adulterant tion ou this paper 40 Years the Standard Tula has been a Meteor week have ou noticed them Breckenridge News There Is somo talk of a regular ball paik to be erected here W EDNESDAY AUGUST 12 1800 Tho new station opened above Powets will bo called Kcsebud PERSONAL Bryan Sewnll McKlnley A Hobart campaign buttons Sulzers State Unit wss In the ell Sunday Take our mules to Hardinsburg next 0 1 Ilallioge nas In town MoniUj Saturday and meet tho buyer Jesse V Owen was lu the city last Hook So refreshing and tidy looking those William Futtcr tins gone to Jn the army Club House lies at Huzrs Wick llatteo Is cjnlinej to his bed with GrtgoryCo aro head quartets for Covers paiuts aud oils pure and cheap James Whelan Cannelton was In the city Mr aud Mrs Orvillo Gregory of Sunday -- Vt Tom Lynch Iewlrport spent Sunday in Victoria wore in tho city Sunday Jpthe eity The Cloverport Gun Club had quite a iMrs lrlce Urabsin returned from Kkron tournament last Saturday evening Thursday The more you use Witchkloth the bet- Â¬ Arthur Hoard Louisville was In the eity ter youll like It its grent SuzerH Monday Ihil RZulauflho well known jeweler Claude Urasbear Union Star was In town Owensboro has made an assignment Thursday Mrs John Pauley returned from Owensboro Let us help you save up for winter Thursday fruit cans of every description Suzers Miss Ruth llayncs roturned home Monday Edward Oglesby had a flue horso to f from Sample t y drop dead while out lu tho field last 5W1II Â¬ BAMNG zere John is dead lilack the 0 do county Juller U O Foole of Hawfsvllle assisted by CLIFTON MILLS Rev ICasey and Fuqun of Owensboro Ed Whcatley a Hancock leacher was A M Hardin has a White Plg Tie Free convicted of hietardy last weok Ills don Meeting Largely Attended heir was awarded fifty dollars a vear Heavy Rains Wind Storms for twelve years He is paying it in jail Misses Mollle and Katie Withers who bnvo been visiting relatives at Kirk re- Â¬ rVatermelons are too cheap to be turned to their homo at Wlllowdale good last week on account of sickness in their Tho hottiet weather in twenty five family yeHrs Spulro Riley Dowell was a delegate from tliis county to tho puputisl conven Â¬ tion which met at Hodgenvillo last Fri day to nominate n candidate for con Â¬ As Hot in Summer So Gold in Winter Is the old Indian Mying and it almost invnrtiibly ptoves tine the long weeks of hot weather m the Slimmer months aie followed by that many Liver great Etigluo 1 which has been In tho shops for two weeks getting repaired comes out to day with new colors with En 1 gineer E Hall 11 Zlicklo and Fireman Frank The gold bug uer looks at tho beauti- Â¬ ful skies Ho walks with downcast frowning eyes For you see ho would tlnd If ho looked abovo they aro silver The health of the crininunlty is some what improved Mrs J C Wheeler will return to i otrl8vlllo lu n few days Jlmmle Matheny of Loulsvlllels visiting his uncle II F Beard Chas Radcnhelmor went to Hartford again yesterday on busliUBs The new goods have arrived and now our jovial merchant Invites the trade Our section was visited by a hrnvy rain and wind storm last Thursday evening about It oclock Its path was nar row but very destructive to timbir and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ good digestion sound sleep a fine appetite and a ripe old age are some of the results of the use of Tutts Liver Pills A single dose will convince you of their wonderful effects and virtue An absolute cure for sick head- Â¬ ache dyspepsia malaria sour stomach dizziness constipation bilious fever piles torpid liver and all kindred diseases A CLEAR HEAD Ilk cold cheerless u inter ones A Known Fact Lets Begin to Prepare for Old Crimp Tutts Liver Pills Â¬ DONT YOU WANT u LEAVE YOUR ORDERS Â¬ SULZERS no M J J r three-year-ol- d BetlieTCollege Russellville Ky Â¬ Accessible Healthful Nine Schools Thorough Instruction No Saloons Expenses Moderate Quick Sales Come at Once CASTOR A ffl4 I Â¬ iJhr Fits Cured mo SMOTHERS yr WINTERSMiTHS BUCHU WlrJri1i tUf Chew Too lip Gum Grow Rich an be Hatfpy All Dealer- Sell It IWPWPWWWiMlHIil MMMaflgiHMiiHn il Uli 4 m X ST THE BRROKRNRIDGR Latest U S NEXWS QIaOVEIRPORT KY DI8UA8ES OP TIH3 SKltt The intense itching and smarting inci- Â¬ dent to eczema tetter salt rheum nnd other dbteucs of ilia skin is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Many very bad coxes lmvo been Ointment permanently cured by it It is equally efiicicnt for itching piles nnd n favorite rem Â¬ edy fur soro nlpplex clintqicd hands chil Â¬ blains frott bites nnd chronic soro eyes For sale by druggists at 25 cents per box slower Govt Report STRENGTH OF THE POPULISTS Baking v SSL Powder ABSOLUTELY PUBE 1 News 12 1890 ROMANCE OF THE WEST Soldier Mattered Oat With SlflO Now Running For outre When Jack Harris wns mustered out of tlio army atForl Javeiivortl Kan in 1805 ho had 109 pay coming to him An auction salo of mules was in progress nnd ha invested tho greater part of his money in tlvo animals and afterward picked up a wagon aud somo LOGAN FEMALE COLLEGE Building large and well equipped Faculty of twelve teachers educated Four courses leading in the best schools of this country and Europe to degrees Music course endorsed bytlfc New England Conservatory Boston Patronage from nine states last year Terms reasonable A G MURPIIEY Ircs Itusscllvilld Ky Address ilOURNX Interesting Statistics That Thoy Hold The Balance of Power in the Many States Breckenridge YALES WOMAN GRADUATES The Degree Conferred llnt ber the Female- WEDNESDAY AUGUST In Memory of 0H Brashear Vour life wat thort your pleasures brief Your heart wat right with God toil man Hut earths dark wort you coulJnt endure So heaven cased yoar heirt of ain And though no more you Jyln the bini Of Christian friends telnw the sky A brighter day and hirer laud Is your eternal destiny No tenr stall scald your check again Nor pain torment sour bosom mme For you are fiee In bliss to reign On Canaans bright ind happy shore Your friends will mourn your absence lung Hut they cannot recall you here So I the tribue of my topg Will tay to thee and shed the Ill tlio tush nnd haste of Yalo com mencement n very interesting incident xftvt overlooked ff Upon it Slant - Sex Â¬ lir May everlasting eace tu round that bright angelic clime Where one eternal youth Is found Unknown to fin unstained by crime You in No skknest there your bosom mnr To grief and pain outc bid adieu And while you live above the start Vour friends will often think ol Jon wiw tlio occasion of tlio receipt of the first degree conferred by the university upon rt woman Yale admitted women into its gradnato tie rartment three years ago and Wednes day tlio llrht female iiiemberH of the graduate- department to compioto tlieli course wero honored witli diplomas There wrro four coeds in tlio com- inonccmciit procession although there wero eight who obtained degrees Tlio four wero Miss Mattlu A Harris Lin coln college 04 Mm Sarah M Slier 05 Miss rick Otterbciit university Alico E Sawtello Colby university 88 und Miss Kate II U bighorn Dryn Mawr 0i Their appcaranco in tlio procession to tlio clinpcl was tho signal Â¬ It rv for continued applause ull along tho lino This however was only an echo of what was to come When tho young Farewell thou much beloved and lent women iippearcd on tho platform oud We sigh to you a last farewell wero handed their diplomas by Presi Since now the tea of death youve ennud dent Dwight they wero cheered heart Â¬ We hope in heaven wih iloi you dwell ily nnd long Their appearunco beforo You fell below to bloom In heaven President Dwicht wus marked by a And flourish In a purer sphere slight difference in tho reception of If sins you had theyre all forgiven their diplomas from tho stylo of tho And you thi righteous robe shall wear malo recipients of degroes Thoy neg Â¬ I odiburg Ky Aug IS lected to bow their heads nnd did not so Women who ara weak and nervous mako tho traditional Yolo low bow familiar to all who witness tho saluta who have no appetite and cannot Bleep tion of Ynlo men to President Dwight find strength and vigor in Hoods Sar They simply courtcsied without remov- Â¬ saparilln ing their mortarboard caps This wus wholly on account of tho trouble of re moving their enps but was permitted GLENDEANE by tho faculty It has been Icurucd that Party Goes by Wagon to the Falls to Hear tho reason that the oilier femalo candi a Chinaman Lecture Drive Over an dates for it degree did not participate in and exercises in tho tho procession Embankment No One Hurt chapel was that they wore timid oud Dr Dempster is improving feared that tlio boys would not take their appearance pleasantly as there Mr Sidney Owen is on the nick list Little Hunts Mercer is very sick hav- Â¬ has been sonio opposition to cocduoation at Yale After they saw tho enthusiastio ing chills reception tendered to their sisters who Mr James A Moorman went to the received degrees they wero sorry they Tar Springs Saturday Philadelphia Times did not march Miss Nannie lireen was visiting at Did You Ever Mrs Tom Moormans last week Miss Mary Moorman and her little Try Electric Dltters as a remedy for sister Louise went to Dewleyville Satur your troubles If not get a bottle now day to visit relatives and get relief This medicine has been Mr Monahan has built upon the prem Â¬ found to be peculiarly adapted to the re- Â¬ ises of Mrs A A Green a sewer the lief and cure of all Female Complaints first of which the city can boast exerting a wonderful direct influence in Miss Vere Howard of Itockport Iud giving strength and tone to the organs and Misa Jessie Reynolds of Fordsville If you have Loss of Appetite Constipaure visiting Misses Alice and Sillio tion Headache Fainting Spells or are Drown Nervous SleeplessKxcitableMelancholy Mrs Mary Brown and Miss Cilia Owen or troubled witli Dizzy Spells Electric from Louisville Miss fcarali iwb of Hitters is the medicine you need Health Carrolton Ky are visiting friends and and Strength are guaranteed by its use relatives at Glendeane Large bottles only fifty cents at Short Mrs Jesse Howard was visiting her A Haynes drug store mother-in-laFriday when her little MAKING A NEW MOUTH daughter Mabel fell and cut her mouth hut is not seriously hurt Delicate Surgical Operation Performed A party of young people went to the Upon a Utah Iluy Tails in a wagon Friday uiiht to hear A tlelicnto operation was performed the Chinaman lecture The party was last week on littlo Ivan Decker wlioso composed of nine young ladies viz mother had brought him across tho con tinent to Now York wlicro he could bo Mrs J 1 Owen Misses Vere Howard Jessie Reynolds Alico and Sillle Brown treated Tho operation was no less than Hallie Moorman Hallie Mercer Jakie making a new mouth for tho boy on tho left sido Owen and Monna Huuter also one young There was n wido fissuro of tho childs palate extending nil tiio man Mr Fred Drown As they went way back This affection had caused over soon after they crossed the bridge tho ciiild great difficulty in swallowing at the mouth of Rock Lick the wagon and if not remedied would in timo went over a five foot bank and turned havo proved a serious impediment to the wagon over No one was dangerous- distinct articulation This peculiar af- Â¬ Lit- Â¬ ly hurt although Miss Alice Drown was fliction is occasionally hereditary tlo Ivan was in excellent health when thrown against a stone or something it was decided to perform tho operation that struck her la the left temple and at tlio homo of Mr Ryon where Mrs caused her to be very sick Fied Drown Decker was staying Dr J II Dranth was also hurt His left shoulder was performed the operation in which he mashed We hope they will soon re- used alxmt 7fi instruments taking moro cover The rest of the crowd escaped than three hours Tlio operation began with tho partial almost entirely unhurt iucisiou of tho two sides of tiio superior To cure sick headaches is either pos maxillary bone which wero then broken sible or it is Impossible If it is impos- loose with little steel chisels so that sible forget it if it is not impossible they wonld fit together closing tho cleft try for it First and foremost try Ramons in front Tho two sides of tlio cleft through tho hard palate wero denuded Tonic Liver Tills and Teliets They with the knife and drawn together by are a new combination but the greatest means of four catgut ligatures Then two specific ever compounded for the com double ligatures of heavy catgut wero plete cure of all forms of sick and billions passed through tiio loosened parts of tho headache disordered liver sour stomach superior maxillary bone A second operation will bo necessary etc Thoy aro much belter than any common liver pill Together they cost to remove the harelip which is an accompaniment of palate hut but 23 cents at any drug store sample will not bo more a cleft an ordinary this exthan dose free perience und after that littlo Ivan will havo just as symmetrical a roof in his LYONIA mouth ns any ono and Lo ablo to talk with perfect distinctness when ho be Tobacco is early lulsenbtrry Is Chillcomes older His parents aro from Par ing again Huff Guards His van Utah Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Watermelons Quisunbcrry has been having the J chills again Ed Drooka isattonding the Ellendale Fair this week Tobacco will be verry early this year in this corntnuninlty Mrs J W Lyon is on the sick list this week but reported better Teylon Voyls has moved in town we aro glad to have him with us G II Vickers just returned from Hawesville from a two days visit Dud Hull is standing by his watermelon patch with a shot gun Look out K Â¬ Over Thirty Years Without Sickness enterprising citizen of Uyron 111 JJcfuro I paid much atten writes tion to regulating tho bowels I hardly knew a well day but slnco I learned tho evil re-Â¬ D0 July 21 The Washington Congressional Committees of both parties havo been doing somo figuring during the past week on tho voting strength hanics Then ho drovo to Franklin county represented in tho populista Convention which opens to morrow in St Louis where ho traded part of his plunder for They have also been estimating the vot 80 ncrcs of land Ho kept two mules and tho wagon and became a freighter ingstrength of the bimelalltsts Ono evening after ho had unloaded at In 1802 tho popular vote of the country Ottawa it lot of stuff which ho had was as follows For Cleveland 55501118 hauled from Kansas City it was sug for llanlsou 5170108 for Weaver1011 gested to him that ho might got n job 028 In the flection of 1801 and 1895 of hauling from n young qutn who had tho PopuliBls made large strides In bought n lot and was preparing to put Ho struck tho twenty seven slates of tho South and up n store building secured it for West they cast 1152327 tho Democrats stranger goodstho work nndfor him from hauling and lumber 2041170 and the Kepublicaus 1102 Lawrence 103 Tho stranger was n liberal sort of In a number of the Southern Statrs man and tlio ftituro candidato for con Alabams beorgis North Carolina and gress was greatly pleased with him Texas for instance the Populist vote One day ho drove to his fathers farm in the ml fw elections has boon strong and greeted his sister with Sister Ivo found n follow foryonl In IS I the Populists cast 110888 votes in Oh go off Jackl tho young girl Georgia for Governor against 12101 I want no follow said for Ilia Democratic nominee In Texas About n your afterward ho took his the Populiss polled the big vote of KM friend oat to tho farm to visit over Sun day Suro enough young Harris had 000 to 21 1882 received by tho Democrat ic nominee Alabama cast 3283 votes guessed it right and tho young store v liilo tho Democratic candi- Â¬ keeper aud sister after nwhilo made for Kol date received 110850 The populist held a match of it by and tho two brothers-ill-laYears rolled third place in the last election in North still fast friends becamo presi Carolina polling 78000 votes The dents of rival banks ill Ottawa aud tho Democrats in the same State polled 127 other day at Lawrence Harris hod tho 503 and the Republicans 100312 In active support nnd counsel of his brother-in-iu his strugglo for tlio conthe Western States where so much is law His nanio is hoped for by the Democrat the Popu gressional nomination Kansas City Star ulists hold fiet place in a number of Horace J Smith States and are in a position to dictate to The people have long since learned the Democrats what they want to do or that the tnott disagreeable medicines are do not want The following table gives not necessarily the best In fact as a the vote of tho three parties in fifteen of rule they are not What is wanted is the Western States in the last election in something mild and sure such as Chain tlnso States berlians Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea 11 1940 California 118140 Remedy That is really pleasant to take 51300 Colorado 0077 00712 38020 when reduced with water and sweetened 7057 Idato 7121 8509 Then it is acknowledged everywhere to 149433 Iowa 32118 210705 bo the most successful remedy in tho Kansas 21700 118329 lbO237 world for bowel complaints Ask any 53670 122 833 number of druggists for the best remedy Minnesota 87931 Montana 10714 15593 18851 they have for diarrhoea and fully nine 10214 Nebraska 70500 87227 out of ten will recommend CbamheilainV 078 Nevada 2811 In peaking of this medicine Mr B B 5223 North Dakota 8488 17519 Bufium of Friendsvllle Susquehanna Co 9334 Oregon 13900 31521 35002 Pa says South Dakota 18750 34888 20508 Wo have used it in our family for Utah 18510 20833 pain in the stomach colic and diarrhoea 2051 Washington 14271 25140 3G400 and found it to be a most effective reme- Â¬ Wyoming 0905 2170 8454 dy For sale by A R Fisher druggist The total Democratic and Popollstvote in these States is 095331 and theRepub MINING PURE GOLD lican vote 927078 In case there is a heavy bolt of silver Republicans the com Â¬ About 810000 Kiprcted In lie Saved In Watch factory bined vote in favor of silver candidato Gold hunters aro at woik in two dif will be more than 1000000 fields hi Brooklyn At Fourth Iowa and Minnesota are Included in ferent avcmio and Warren street about 87000 the foregoing table The so States are worth of tho yellow metul has ulreody among those put in the doubtful column been turned up and tho melting pot is by the silver men In Iowa the Repub- Â¬ still on tho fire On Cumberland street licans had in tho last election a big lead gold has been discovered in largo quan over both Populists and Democrats In tities and tlio prospectors aro still at Minnesota the combined vote of the Pop work It is tho pnro metal too without alloy and no quart crushers ulists and Democrats is a few thousand separators or olectrio plants aro or giant required in excess of the Republican vote In the to disintegrate it other alleged doubtful States of Indiana Tlio Brooklyn Watch Caso company Illinois Ohio Michigan and Wisconsin has had its factory for 24 years at Fourth nvenuo and Warren street The the Populist vote in 1802 was not large hut showed an increase in the election of Fay watch caso factory has been on 1894 The following was tlio voto in Cumberland htieet for ulmost as many years Recently tho two concerns havo these States in 180 consolidated and a now factory lias Illinois 322450 59703 445880 been opened Tho two city factories Indiana 238732 20388 283405 havo been stripped nnd dismantled ox Michigan 130823 30012 237215 ccpt the gold hunting nud it is tls Onio 3J4519 62075 427141 search after buried treasure which lni Wisconsin 142250 100160 given rise over Brooklyn to ull sorts of 2500 1 The Populist vote in tho Eastern States stories about remarkable gold discoy cries is comparatively insignificant but il there Already moro than 7000 worth of is much breaking away from party lines gold has been secured When tho whojo a few thousand Populist votes in the vari- Â¬ building has been gono over walls ous Eastern States may be factors Tiie ceilings and sewer pipes tho amount is Populist vote in the Eastern States was expected to exceed 10000 In Fays factory the samo operations aro going as follows in 1894 MassachuseMs 7780 on Only tho most trusted workmen aro employed in tho work A handful of Connecticut 1540 dirt or shavings is likely to pan out New York 0010 2 or 3 in gold dust New Hampshire 832 When tlio American Watch Caso com Maine 5321 pany closed up its factory at Broadway Vermont 740 and Bond street Now York u few There were scattering votes inall these years ago a firm of contractors bought tho privilego of going over tho floors States for Weaver for president in 1802 The Representation at the St Louis for 928000 Thoy realized u haudsomo profit Convention is based on the Populist voto for President in 1802 Texas and North I heard of Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey Carolina having the largest number of delegates The Convention is the largest being for sale at the store of Messrs Gann ever held in this country There will Burnett Co Grantsburg III and see be nearly 1400 delegates when the mem Â¬ ing many recommendations from differ Â¬ bers from the Indian Territory Okla- Â¬ ent parsonsof its wonderful valuable mor- homa and Alaska are admitted it l thought I would try a bottle I have been seriously affected for twonty flyo Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic cures chills permanently A sure appe- Â¬ years with a cough and pains In my side tizer A perfect blood purifier A com Â¬ and breast that were causing me a misplete 6trengtliener Dr Bells Pepper Â¬ erable life I spent hundreds of dollars Â¬ mint Chill Tonic will giye color to the with doctors and for medicine but everything failed until I tried this wonderful face and change that sallow complexion It beats the world and bus to a healthful rosy hue It corrects dis-Â¬ remedy saved ray life I recommend Dr Bells order of the stomach and aids digestion Overcomes nervous depression and low Pine Tar Honey to everybody with weak spirits It will restore exhausted and lungs t is a great success J B Roskll nursing mothers to full strength and en Grantsburg III ergy aud makes children fat as pigs Sold by all druggists Guaranteed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Try Dr Catljs Condition roirilcru are just what a homo needs when In bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge thr JO Â¬ J M HARPER DANIXli BAOOka WILD WOMAN CAPTURED Queer Creator Find Koaiiilut the fjwamp Deputy Sheriff Vestal nnd C O Car lislo arrived in Wapaliachie Tex the other ovcuing witli n wild woman cap Â¬ BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO 9 TeiM Officer Commission Salesmen of Live Stock OATTLK HOGS AND SHKEP BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILl F KY tured in tho swamps near Palmer When captured tho woman had on but littlo clothing nnd refused to talk Sho is it giant iu stature nud her hands and feet are twice tho size of a mans Her feet are baro and aro badly scratched from contact witli briers nnd brambles After tho woman had been iu jail somo timo it wns suggested that sho boro tho appearunco of a Bohemian and n Bohemian was sent to tho jail to seo if bIio could bo induced to talk but to no avail Her captors think sho has strayed from ono of tho Bohemian set Â¬ tlements in tho southeastern portion of tho county Tho farmers quit work when tho wild woman approached them iu company with tho officers Somo thought sho was Schroder tho healer whilo others were suro it was tlio dovil of tlio woods whoso presenco has been attracting n good deal of attention of lute St Louis Globo Dcmocrnt Falling Spring From it Cave Roof Ono of tho greatest curiosities known In Pennsylvania was recently discovered nt Flcmiugton It is a fulling spring where a bcartlful stream of clear cool water falls foni tho roof of a small cave instead of welling up from be neath as do 3carly ull other springs The water is of an excellent quality Â¬ JEWELRY tWK AND on - -- - 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