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WSy TRWMhiZM laMhNrtrifflJWWWrTEy W vjvvwimvnt t trrjHfum THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XXI A CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 31 1397 NO 37 AJDS t 2700000 Is What AJJDTD TO XOXJI BXJSI3STEISS- -DUKES PELLVILLE V M Moseley is feeding a nice lot of hogs for the May market James Lafoo and wifrf of Yelvlngton visited Mrs Temple here last weok gold managers went to the celebrat d Pu- Â¬ a Louisville lawyer Joseph T Oaeal and asked him to make bo mo speeches for their sldo Mr Oaeal said ho would do it it that he was for sound money From the New Ycrk Sun sounds big and wise to auracularly ex- Â¬ In round numbers tbo total expendi claim I am for sound money even if ture of money In the United States you dont know a thing about it but ho brought about by the championship fight said he waB hardly well enough posted between James Corbett and Robert Kite to talk before an audience on the subject simmons at Carson City Nov last Wed Â¬ and he would have to read up a little nesday was 2700000 appoi Honed ac- Â¬ Well he commenced reading up and cording to careful estimates as follows the more he read tho more firmly con- Â¬ lalit to telegraph companies for ticker vinced he became that the gold standard and special Wire service newspaper was wrong and indefensible and it and private despatches f 1300000 turned out that instead of speaking for Kailroad fares sleeping car service and minor expenditures Incidental totrael and never was an sound money 700000 Admission toarena averagecostfio Sooco emptier or more hypocritical expression Commission of pooIsellers 70000 coined Joe Oneal Jiined the ullver Privileges at arena 10000 anarchists andrepudlatore lunatics 10000 Colt of arena and mado silver speeches throughtout Extra cost to newspapers to furnish news aside from telegraph tolls 300000 the campaign and now he Is one of the Expenditures at hotels saloons billiard Incorporators and directors In tho new rooms and plsces of amusement en 300000 Democratic paper s on to be started in route and in Canon City Louisville Profits of pawnbrokers in commissions and REVERSES ITSELF It will cost you only 11 00 for tho round trip to Louisville Saturday April 24 Â¬ It Cost To Make a New gilistic Champion Tobacco plants are up Farmers are away behind with their work Mrs Emma Isome spent Thursday with Mrs IMtchey Mcrtln Jatboe Is able to be up again after a spell of pneumonia S B Burnett and wife vtslttd their Â¬ unredeemed pledges Total 30000 11700000 These estimates bo far as tho traveling and Incidental expenses go are based on the reported attendance of 5000 stran- Â¬ gers in the Nevada town an odd assemblage of people which has been aptly termed a national convention of gamblers Ttie bulk of the remainder was spent by the delevateB constituents who stayed at home No account is made of tho vast BuniB of money bet and lost and many other- items which might rightly be included in expenditures All tilings considered the estimates aro low but the sum Is large enough to furnish food for interesting and shaming rt flection Think of it I 2700000 spent by the American people to see and hear about a brutal fight to the finish between two human beings I 2700000 cquan dered with no laudable purpose in view The tight lasted just Hty threo and a haif minutes including all intermissions That means that it ccst the people of the United States 50407 20 a minute There are 90000 unemployed men in New York at tho prtsent time who are willing to work Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 son Flnloy Sunday near Patesvillo Wllmus Downs of near Knottsville Bpent Thursday night with John Downs and family It would be lesi expensive to eltct a United States Senator by the vote of the people The Mt Vernon class did some excel- Â¬ lent singing Saturday night at the home of your correspondent Mrs John Campbell was the iuest Friday night and Saturday of her sister Mrs Amelia Glllmore Tho heavy frost and frtezo the night A Valuable Prescription of the 25th we fear has killed or other- Â¬ wise injured the peach crop Editor Morrison of Worlhington Ind You havoa valuable Sun writes Nate Starts Jr is confined to his bed prescription in Electric Bitters and I can with rheumatism and his little boy cheerfully recommend it for Constipa- Â¬ Virgil has scrofula in its face tion and Sick Headache and as a general Mrs Cissel of Boouvllle Ind Is vis-Â¬ Mrs An Â¬ system tonic It has no qual iting her brother Jas Lay at this place nie Stohle 2023 Cottage Grove Ave and attended services here Sunday Chicago was all run down could not eat Rev D L Bowlds preached a very in Â¬ nor digest food had a backache which teresting sermon Sunday at the C P never left her and felt tired and weary but six bottles of Electric Bitteis restored church to a largo and attentive audience Jack Murray of Daviess county atÂ¬ her health and renewed her strength Price 60 cents and 1 Get a bottle at tended services hero Sunday and was the guest of He v S J Rltchey and fam Â¬ A K Fishers Drug Store ily Ernest Robertson came from Louis- Â¬ ville Saturday all smiles over his lai t Fkankfobt K Y March 24 The Court shipment of stock of Appeals this morning di elded the Get ready for the grand excurriou to bank tax eases affirming some and re- Â¬ Louisville and return Saturday April versing otheiB deciding that they were 24 Opening of the bale ball season subJHCt to county and municipal taxaMies Hannah Smith returns to Louis- Â¬ tion ville this week whero she resumes her Robert Bouncherof Lowisport bought Ttiia overrules the decision of last duties as goyernefs in a family near Cave Pelebratstl for Its creat leavenine strength ond thirty eight heard of hogs from Frank Juno Hill cemetery Assures the food against alum and htalthfulnets f ntltnvtly Innt Frlilnv all fotms of adulteration oommon to the cheap brands folWith tho whole court sitting the A letter home Informs us that Miss ROYAL BAKING IOUDER CO NEW ORK A James Berry of this place and Miss lowing cases were taken up and decided Nannie Green is conveniently situated Addle Bruner of Owensboro were to dispose of the bank tax cases and is pleasantly doing her study in a The Deserted Village married last Thursday Deposit Bank of Owensboro vs Da Â¬ private echool In Louisville Irom The Cleveland ttsder Mies Dolly Jett is teaching the best viess county Farmers and Traders Our merchants are doing a big proKuir Canton loneliest village of tire plain spring school here that we ever had alio Bank vs city of Owensboro Owensboro duce businees now Barrels and boxes Where crowds erst came on nearly every train Savings Bank vs same Citizsus Savings are filled with eggs has a nice lot of scholars I he hum has ceased no more the echoing till joti hardly find tread Only about thirty candidates are out Bank vs same Deposit Bank vs Bame a good restful whittling place in any of Is heard Thy streets are deal for offlje in tills county but that many from Daviess affirmed In each case tho stores The cows Ircwse peacelully to day Judgts llazdrigg Burman and DuRelle more are expected out soon brass bands we Â¬ The farmers are behind with work here on account of si much rain Rabbit Nave of WhlteBvlllo was here the latter part of last week buying hogs Mrs Thomas Jett is in Kirk at the bedside of her sister Mrs William Downs John Whito of Owensboro passed through here Thursday with a nice lot of shoats Mrs Jimmy Kincheloe of HardinsCourt of Appeals Holds That Banks burg will spend a part of this week with Shall be Taxed Under The her parents Ad Valorem System Mrs Frank Peyton Falls of Rough their spent Saturday ond Sunday with Mr D C Moorman THE TEXT OF THE DECISION POWDER Absolutely Pure Â¬ DAVID W FAIRLEIGrJ Born In Breckenridge County Reared in Meade Now Ranks Among the Leading lawyers of Nathan Starke Sr had a rail mauling and clearing Wednesday He got 700 rails made and two acres of ground cleared Louisville Irom the Courler Jounal One of the greatest of the distinctions of Louisville is the excellent repretcnta tlon that is here given to all of the learn- Â¬ ed proft salons and this is particularly The money spent on this tight would give each true with reference to the profession of one of them employment for a month at a day law in which are engaged practition- Â¬ It would buy each one ol them three lio sultsof the ers of maiked ability and skill some of clothes It would give each one of their families I worth of food a day for a month It would keep 909000 families twice the entire population of Greater Ntw York In luel for a month at 3 a family It would pay the house rent for 170000 for a month at f 10 each It would pay the gas bills of 1350000 faml les for a month at fa Heckonlrg six persons to a family It would pay the total gss bills of the Stales ot New York and Minnesota at the same rate t The money spent on that filty three auda half minutis tight would found and endow a great university It would establish a half dizju great hospitals It would found and maintain twenty seven influential metropolitan churches It would build and endow as great au art gallery as any in the country It would build fifty theatres or establish a great public park It would capitalize nine banks like the suond National of New York City But there is no need of continuing The fact is that 2700000 would do any number of good things none of which unfortunately this particular 2700000 did tti V n T n LEXINQTON 1 Was KY Del 28 I8U afflicted with a tired feeling and general dobibility I had no appetite and my blood did not seem to circulate I took different kinds of medicine without ben- Â¬ efit and finally began taking Hoods Sar saparilla which gave me a good appetite and entirely cured that tired feeling Magglo Washington 40 Vertner St whom have long been identified with the practice of the law Among those who have attained an exceptional excel- Â¬ lent position at the local bar is Mr David W Fairleigh now engaged in practice as a mt inner of the firm of Fair Â¬ leigh Straus with offices In tho Louis ville Trust Companys building at Fifth and Market streets Mr Fairleigh is a native Kentuckian having been born in Breckonrldge county in 1853 and after having finished his general education he entered the Louisville Law School from which he graduated in the class of 1874 and immediately engaged in active prac- Â¬ tice and bin since been constantly iden- Â¬ tified with important litigations and cov- Â¬ ering all of the departments of general civil practice Mr Fairleigh has gained a well established reputation as a wise and safe counselor a zsalous attorney and an able and loiceful advocate and his clientage includes many of the prominent business houses Important inter Â¬ ests and leading citizens of Louisville and elsewhere Mr Fairleigh is a man of industry as well as ability and has earn ed for himself a position of enviable prominence in professional life and as a citizen He has an excellent office prac- Â¬ tice in addition to being constantly busy in the courts and in the qualities of cit- Â¬ izenship and personal characteristics Mr Fairleigh has earned general esteem as well as popularity with the legal profes-Â¬ sion and a large clientage Â¬ Â¬ The nice weather of last week was en- Â¬ couraging to the farmers plows were running oats were being sown potatoes planted and work on the farm assumed a business like appearance Rev S J IMtchey having to be pres- Â¬ ent at the Presbytery which meets the second Saturday in April that being his regular appointment herehe will preach the first Sunday in April at II oclock at this place Sunday School will be organized at the Cumberland Presbyterian church the first Sunday in April Parents come out and do your duty and help to make an interesting school that your children may be heard to say in after years My parents were mindtul of my future bap pine s in this and the world to come The like of hog buyers nover was Been here Everything in tho shape of a hog sells readily at a fair price G W Brown and son sold their large crop of tobacco last week to Colenburg of Owensboro for and 50cts boys talked bo much about tho Tho Corbott and Fitzsiminons fight here that two of them got into a dispute last week resulting in a Bure nough knock out Harvey Bjwlds has got his wifo now and they have both moved west Jeff Harrison tho man who left his wife and eloped with Bowlds wife has come home and is now living with his wife again Austin Crow from below Rockpoit has been visiting relatives here the last He says the reason he is doing week this is tbo water was up to the grattB in his fireplaces at homo and he could not keep fires 53 Bucklen8 Arnica Salve Tub Best Salve in tho world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe- Â¬ ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Cornp and all Skin Eruptions and postively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect sttiufaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For Sale iiy A R Fisher Â¬ Â¬ GARFIELD Dont allow the lungs to be Impaired Hoods Pills act harmoniously with by the continuation of a cough It is Hoods Sarsaparilla easier to prevent consumption than to CONVERTED cuto it One Minute Dough Cure takon early will ward off any fatal lung trou Hay nes bio Short Story of How a Henderson Hanker Wai Converted to Free Silver Irom the Owensboto Messenger WOLF CREEK Jube Brathear Monday of Preston was here Mr Dayid Banks cashier of the Plan ters bank at Henderson who was in tho city yestetday is one of those rare men Mr of his business a free sllverite Banks tella quite an interesting story of his conversion to the free silver theory He was a most pronounced gold standard man and attended the bankers conven- Â¬ tions and listened to gold standard argu ment until he thought free silver tho rankest heresy But as he became more absorbed in the subject during the last campaign he commenced reaJIng more thoroughly on the subject expecting to fortify himself Iq his gold standard theories but as he read he became dubious of hlC position the skeptical and finally discovering that the whole structure of the gold standard argument was based upon statistics prepared by the treasurary department that were false and misleading he became convinced that he was wrong and is now one of the roost earnest and enthusiastic 10 to I He sllverltee in the whole country thinks bankers who cling to the gold standard idea stand in their own light that It is a shortsighted policy ruinous to the basks m welt M thi people Mr Banks exparlsBse in oowclen tloosly studying the money question laying all prejudice and preconceived notioss aside Js that ef many another sUdeat of this great eooawrie question a4 haadrsds and thousands el gold Msaiilra hay b is aaaysrisd as fes was Jefaa bat stably Um lata Baafctr aoBfatasMM rsjsb aiiTaf is mm bm vasy Sls Tyig ssa Se Â¬ it uH Stuart Oning went to Louisville Tues- Â¬ day for spring goods Mrs Perkiser and little daughter Ro- Â¬ berta visited Miss Mary Owinge Satur- Â¬ day The candllates have all come toa stand still and will bo uady for auother round next November Mr N B Tobin has gone to Oklhoo ma and If he likes the country will make that his future home JudWllMtsonof Rev John Wlllett was taken suddenly ill about two weeks ago and at this writing is scarcely bet- Â¬ ter Mr Smith from Missouri was hero last week visiting his relative Mr Dick Smith of Cedar Flat and Mr Will Smith of this place Rob Smith of Cedar Flat will stay in the store with Mr Richardson the next two weeks catching item as he la to be our next new merchant John Owlngs and Dick Smith haye started South each with a load of pro- Â¬ duce and the increasing high water makes us have some uneasiness about them Will Tom Allen was in town Tuesday from Prt Me but his stay was not Jong enough to speak to all of his friends there for we had no chance to ask him how he liked Missouri The dlaiBg at Mrs D 8 Richardson was very mush enjoyed by your scribe the nlee brown turkey and the aaaay geed tblaajs tea siinsmi to Mention very fM all AeHghUal We rafrsttadibam sauMhKrUfseUiBt U -- A A Richardson has la gtlppo Many cases of Grippe have lately V G Bahbage was In our midst Wed Â¬ been cured by One Minute Cough Cure nesday This preparation seems especially adapt Â¬ II O Board of Hardinsburg passed ed to the cure of this dleta ie It acts quickly thus preventing serious com- through here Sunday Miss Lola Norton wasj In our town putations and had effects in which this the patient Short Tuesday last shopping disease often leaves R W Weatherford was in our vicini- Â¬ Haynes ty again last Sunday afternoon MATTINGLY Miss Blanche Claycomb was with the Missess Board a few days last week Hurrah for the News Its got to be an Rev Bcztrth and wife are visiting eight pager their parents at Rhodelia this week Burt Orum has gone to Evanaville The editor of the BiiKCKHNmnaE where he will stay this summer News J D Babbage was with us a few On account of people being so busy minutes Friday with work tho protracted meeting closed J O S Bjard purchased one horse at Tar Fork Sunday night and a mule at I lie sale of Stephen McMr and Mrs Eli Taul Beech Fork Coy last Wednesday visited relatives here Suuday and at- Â¬ Ml Nannie W Board went to Har- Â¬ tended church at Tar Fork dinsburg last Friday to bo gone a few Pad Bates who recently went to Illi- Â¬ days visiting relatives nois writes back that times are hard and Mrs Frank Hook came out from wages lower than ever before Hardinsburg and stayed with her S O and B F Frank are superintend father during his last illness ing Mr Keowns grist mill at this place Rev H O Truman returned to his The boys are doing a good business home at Fordsville last Tuesday after Mrs Milly Pate of Beech Fork better visiting relatives and friends here known here as Aunt Mijly is visiting Clarence Board and D II Smith sent her son Mr O B Pate at this place five teams to MvDaniels Saturday where It is rumored that Jack Frost was they have a largo contract of hauling stealing prospective fruit from his neigh- Â¬ Mr and Mrs Richard Penick and bors last week AVe hope It is a mistake their two briglt little boys of Custer Jim Taul says the Tar Springs is a were in our town last Friday shopping favorite health resort but he wouldnt -- TRiley Snider of Freedom neighboradvise any young men to take up their hood died last Sunday of paralysis and lodging there was buried at Freedom cemetery on Will Woods sayB theres no use talk- Monday ing theres not a man in the county J II Morcdock II C Truman and can beat him jointing an upright in a O S Board have put up a nice wire shovel plow when he tries fence arouud the Moredock family Miss Ida Frank and her guest Mies grave yard Mary Tabellug Tar Fork speut Sunday A A Richardson Gai field Is the ovenlng with Misses Alice and Ada place for all kinds of goods Millinery a Briukey They all attended church at specialty A first class milliner CounTar Fork Sunday night try produce taken lu exchange for goods Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ College was at home two or three days last week Henry Is one of those Indut lin affirmed trious young fellows who are not spoiled City of Carlisle vs Deposit Bank of by going from home He donned his Carlisle same b Farmers Bank of Carfarmers garb and went to work in his lisle Nicholas county vs Deposit Bank old timo way of Carlisle Nicholas reversed Here are apologies abundant to a Har Citlzjus Bank of Shelby villc vs city of Shelbyvllle Shelby Cventboro Na- Â¬ dinsburg fair damsel and a Glendeane tional Bank vs city of Owensboro Da youth of 40 odd for our failing to servo as inersngo carrier Saturday Awful viess affirmed Commonwealth etc vs D posit Bank sorry but buiinecp bad memory and a e of our own brought about of FlemingsburgBame vs Farmers Bank jour disappointment We are afraid to of Fleming Fleming Batli county vs go to the post office till this public apol Â¬ Farraera Bank reverted ogy comes out and our boy friend gets in The decision of tho court nffects every a better frame of mind over it all bank in tho State It revere b the pre- Â¬ Aud Mr John Deano is being strongly vious decision which held that banks solicited to make the race for State Senshould be taxed under the Hewitt law ator Competency honesty business and subjects all banks to the ad valorem qualities earnestness untarnished reputax tation and wido acquaintence all mako The facts In the case In brief are that Mr Deaue the pier of any man in the In 1885 the Legislature paisil what is district Of couisj free silver Democrats known as the Hewitt bill according to and populist do not like his financial which the batiks were to pay to the State views but In all else John id an ideal 75 cents on every 100 and were not to man for the place be subject to any other taxation John Deano is having tho grovo on This was accepted by the banks and a Utopia side of town fenced in We tin contract entered into But in 1803 the deisand it is to receive all Improvements Legislature did away with the Hewitt nf cessary to convert it iuton most attrac- Â¬ law and passed a bill taxing the banks tive park Glendeane needa a park for according to the ad valorem system with- summer breathing public speakings out deducting debls The banks con- moou light picnics and all open air meet Â¬ tested this and they were sustained in ings Another report puts it that the their objection by the Court of Appeals fencing is dune to furnish a pasture for which held that the Hewitt law should Mr Curtis cow hold The Utopians assisted by Mis Jell But a number of banks bad been form Owen Miss Nannie and Dr ed Bince 18S0 when the Hewitt law was Dempster will render a short and right passed aud these were subject to the ad good program next Saturday evening valorem tax They sued holding that b ginning at 7t0 An admission feo of they should not bo taxed on othor con- 10 aud 15 cents will be charged Pro Â¬ ditions than the old bunks These are ceeds to he expended immediately for the cases that were decided to day Somo of new library books for Utopia The Court of Appea s has been chang the best features are Miss Owens sing Â¬ ed since 1803 and the decision lo duy not ing Dr Dempsters reading and a drill only holds that the new banks shall be by the little girls Mrs Jell Owen is in- Â¬ taxed on tho ad valorem sjttein but also structing them reverses the previous decision holding J D Babbage was here Saturday that the Hewitt law is unconstitutional meeting subscribers and taking orders and that all bauks shall paj ai ad valor for work Tho New s list is very large cm tax hero and Mr Babbage is anxious to have Whether the banks can bu made to pay a good budget of fresh news from Glen Â¬ by fur- Â¬ back taxes will have to bu decided deane each week Anything left at tho ther litigation In all probability the post i like before Monday morning will will cases will bo further contested and reuch the correspondent and find Inser be taken to tho Uulted StuttB Supreme Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tete-a-tetÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dissenting Simpson County Bank vs city of Frank- Henry Moorman of Hardinsburgs Where yesterday heard the play The threp bills tinkle In the quiet stieets The ewe is munching and the lambkin bleats The old ram stands master of the scene Ard all Is peaceful sober and serene There stands the empty hack Its use Is part Hear the lul hark I A Main approaches blast llaihl 1 A swiOi a roar and then a s ldden crash Ihe monster speeds through Canton like a It hu rles on is way It docs not strp lhU was the greatest station yesterday lair village Ixntliit rne upon the pi tin Ihc day Is lied twill necr come again the oldest lesldent een now betflrs to prate Ol things he saw when Cantun was so lively And so great I If you have ever seen a child in the agony of croup you can appreciate tie gratitude of the mothers who know that One Minute Cough Cure relieves their little ones as quickly as It is administer Â¬ ed Many homes in this city aro never without it Short Haynes CAN THIS BE TRUE Eli Perkins Says the Free Silver Craze is Dying Out in Texas Kansas and Missouri DiivrcR Mo March 20 After spend Â¬ ing three weeks in Missouri Texas aud Kansas 1 can say that free sllverism Is dying out in its South western strong- Â¬ hold The people now talk about tho craze dispassionately and with reason Tho verdict is that it was the ghost of the greenback craze which set the farm Â¬ ers wild In 18S0 When I asked O D Austin of tho Bates County Record what Lad caused the stampede he said They The farmers were deceived thought free coinage would be a contin- Â¬ uation of the old coinage acts when the Government bought sliver at its market price coined SCJ5000000 worth of it and guaranteed every dollar as good as gold 0en Â¬ Â¬ They are so small that the most sensi Â¬ tive persons take them tiny aro so eflective that the most obstinate cas s headache and torpid of corstlpatton liver yield to them That Is why De Witts Little Early Risers are known as Haynes the famous little pills Short Bohool Report Holt Kv March 20 1807 After passing an examination the following pupils in their respective grades are Grade V Frieda Rledel 07 Gradu IV August RledelOflj Nortis Board 00 Alice Board 02 Ellis Stew- Â¬ art 01 Eflle Boultlnghouse 88 05 Grade III Virgil Fontaine Frank B White Sallle Williams 04 01 Idella 04 Nannie Boultinghouae Stewart 88 Mildred Foatalno 03 William Long 01 How a Saw Mill Kan Saved 97000 Mr J O Meserve of Chambers Ky one of the oldest ami u st saw mill men in this state saw the alvertlsement of the Rockport Saw Works in the Breck nbiduk News He wrote the firm he had a saw that could never be made to work well even when new and had sent it to other tlnps several times with no better results The Rockport Saw Works repaired this saw for Mr Meserve and they made it first class in every way Mr Meserve siya it works better than when new and takes Its feed right along This saw was badly rusted audJooked like it had been given up and consigned to the scrap pile years ago Mr Meservle is highly pleased with firm that repaired his saw sayed hl 7000 on a new one If you want good work on your saws send them to the Rockport Saw Works Reekport Ind They will do all they claim to They have a ne w proct sj of testing aaws that makes them a sore go Grade I Minor Piew BoultlBghouw 03 A D Earnest Pleres 98 The edueaUeal Interest iaareass ad U Is baswA eeaUatts 01 Lester Smith W oeaUfiaaa to thai Htaaay Xubns Gillilaxb Teaebsr u that oeWJfht Ths Ubttruth aad assk la te pse it aeane and attacK- - And what have they found out since I asked They have found out that the mine owners dont want that They want it fixed so that tho mine owners can make the profit on coined silver and not the Government They liud tho miue own ers wish to take their 50 cent silver to the mint as thoy take gold to the mint have it coined and handed back to them Glendeane readers worth a dollar liko the 625000000 which tion next wetk Court vou can assist in this matter You owe have been coined The farmers have to your visitota and neighbors torepoit found out that this would only enrich is surprising what a wee bit of a it It auythlngcf iutenst the mine owner at the expense of the Sick headache thing can accomplish people and glye the farmer no better constipation dyspepsia sour stomach Cold and Grippe Cure money than he had before The farmers by De diszinees ore quickly banished Dr Mendenhalla Cold and Grippe have at last found out that they are not Little Early Risers Small pill Witts Haynes Safe pill Best Pill Short Cure is guaranteed to euro Colds La in It while tho miue owner with free Grippe Headache Neuralgia Aching conage would treble his wealth The farmer kept saying when Cleve- Â¬ Feverish Conditions Prostration etc GLENDEANE For the Cough tako Dr MendeuhaUs land was buying gold to pay tho expenses Why dont he pay Cough and Consumption Cure For salo of the Government A law are done sowing oats silver lor gold 7 It has now dawned on Haynes by Short Llpplncot axes only 40o at Browns the farmer that the Government bought gold for something worth less than coin- Â¬ Jeff O wen BpenlSunday at his fathers BIG SPRING ed silver It bought gold for paper Mrs Bob Robertson Is on the sick list The Government gave a paper note If here Satur Â¬ A graphiphone man was Mr and Mrs II Meyer aro In Louis It had bought gold with coined silver it day night would have paid fifty cents worth of sil- Â¬ ville Seven pounds of Arbuckles coffee for A R Morris was in Louisville last ver and fifty cents worth of guaranteo 1 at Browns It has dawned on by the Government week buying his spring goods dol- Â¬ Mib Joe Mattlngly wtnt to Hardins Â¬ salo at tho farmer that the 025000000 silver Several from here attended the lars coined by the Government and burg Saturday Burney Millers and reported things Bel- Â¬ which the farmers are using have not Fireproof oil 10 cts II L Stums ling high been demonetized at all The peoples Rock Vale Ky IV Julia Galloway daughter of Mrs John money is all right but the silver In the of McDdnltlc wfs hero Sat- Â¬ Galloway dlod Wednesday March 25th Dr Hart ground was demonetized and they say urday on business of consumption That dont butt us fanners wo dont Julian Brown will run au xcursion to The meeting closed with sweral ad- own any of it and that wont hurt the Louisville April 24th ditions to tho church and two or three mine owner either if he will let it alone Frank Peyton found time to come up received the second blessing Then continued Mr Austin when from the Falls Sunday lit O Aud of Cecilia was here In Bryau kept saying in all his speeches Green coffee eight cents per lb at II consultation with Dr Strother to see that gold had appreciated that it had gono up ami our gold dollar was worth Mrs Carrio Crjder last Thursday L StumB Rock Vale Ky What are Mica Fannie Green will begin her Miss OraAValton who has been visit Â¬ 200 cents the farmer said ing her sister Mrs Dr Ray for several we Belling our wheat and cotton for private school next Monday months at Rome Ky has returned Why we are selling our products for this Polks corn 0 cents tomatoes 7 cents double priced gold where a dollar Is home II I Stums Rock Vale Ky worth 200 cents We are getting twice to EIIz Our telephone line from here Kight pounds of Arbuclea coffee for value for our com and pork ss bethtown Cecilia aud Rlueyvlllo is com Â¬ as much Rock Vale Ky at II I Stums working to wo will get if we havo free coinage and and our tafel boxes are Mrs Sallle Robertson the aged mother plete They now see drop the price of gold perfection of Mr Bob Robertson is quite sick that Bryan was lying to them Bryan Miss Blanche Burkhart who has been Bro Rutledge left here Monday morn said the gold bug bankers are cornering visiting Miss Zduia Strother and other gold and now the farmers Bee tho banks Mt Washington Bullitt County ing for friends here has returned to her home full of gold and it is as free all over Tex Miss Alice Brown stayed with Mrs as and Missouri as silver or paper at Vine Grove Â¬ Beitle Moorman from Friday till Mon Then the free silver craze has petered Corley of Ellzibethtowu the Frank day out present County Clerk of Hardin county Yes gone It will never be a cam Â¬ Rev Haynes of Garfield will preach aud candidate for re election was in our paign issue again Intelligent tinners here next Sunday and at uighl Come midst last week aro ashamed ol It En PaRKim out Good Old Granny Me teal f now 88 years Little Miss Lisle Fisher spent Satur Â¬ day and Suuday with Miss Mary Demp old Hying at 1005 S Fourth street Padu Por Sale 110000 Sohatferi Colon r Xaipserry Plants ster cab Ky still saya that Dr BeUe Wna Charley Deane has ordered a new ilih Tar Hooey is the best grip cure cough 100 tor 100 or W00 par 1000 been itvaj outfit and expeets to go a fishing lung and bronchial remedy that has AiHHSQM Kjfc DKt Ad sold daring her life Â¬ 1 Â¬ V J t 1-- LJl -- i - tM mILlu- - b - tfrj U4i - n THE BREiOKKNRIIDGEl NE1WS OLOVRRPORT Breckenridge News 31 Y ffleftS lJffi 50eft3 SBtfl3 fflcflS HUNS tMJJffi HARDINSBURG L H I WEDNESDAY AtAltOIi 1897 W TIME TABLE OOtHO SIX PAGES NOTICE Hates for announcements In these column arc as Cmth In advance In every raw follow tojoo Circuit Judire or Attorney County OIKcet joo CIRCUIT 1UDOK WIST Dally arr Hrdlniourgi221 pm ouma HIT 730 aiu Pasisngsr Daily arr lUrdlniburg Try Dr Shoops rcmediPH John Louis and wife are visiting at Pmnr Kirk 11 Huston DdHaven has thirty stock hogs he wants to sell B F Beard is expected homothh spent Saturday and Sunday at their home week from Florida COMMONWEALTHS ATTOKNEY Grove Mrs Kreemer of Holt wni visiting Vine Mrs Dr Iusoy has had a pleasant visit I am a candidate for reelection to the office of hero lest Satutday Commonwealths Attorney of the 9th Judicial Dis Dr Shoops remedies are proving the to relatives and fi tends in Louisville and trict ol Kentucky subject to the action of the WEED SCHKLF Democratic party Lebanon Ky wonder of the ago Mr and Mrs W G Bewley visited Miss Nannie Board of Uarfl Id was IOK SENATOIt visiting here Inst week relatives in Breckenridge county Satur Â¬ TTEare authorised to announce KI1SHA ASH day and Sunday Best caramel drip syrup 15c gallon TV CRAFT as a candidate for the Male Senate II L Stum Rock Vale Ky sublect to the action ol the Democratic pa ty Mr Tom Ditto told mo before the cold Joel Pile and Vic Robertson were hero spell that about hall of the peaches were It is estimated that the Jackson list Saturday from Glendeane killed I am afraid the recent snap fin and Walling trial cost the State 10000 22 pounds of granulaed sugar for 1 00 ished them Speaker lllanford is voting for Gum- Â¬ at II L Stums Rock Vale Ky Ben Richardson of Chicago will be A new bank has been organist d at shoe Hunter for United States Senator married to Miss Sallle Pusey of Meadow Leitchfield with a capital of 1500 Lawn in the mouth of April Both are Mrs Joseph Mattlngly of Glendeane The importers are getting ready for Meade county people Â¬ friends the new tariff by importing largo quan cime up last Saturday to visit D M Duncan spent Saturday with his here tities of goods alwaya will be in Hardinsburg mother be is a good boy He Dr J C Bush gets back in time for the League and TiiEitE is still talk at Frankfort that April 5 0 7 and 8th Irvington April toll church at night Sunday Gov Bradley intends to resign but there and 10th The young folks took advantage of the Dr Shoops sarsaparilla and iron will is probably no grounds for such rumor your blood strengthen and give bright crisp afternoon last Sunday and purify turned out en masse for a ramble and If the politicians and calamity howl you appetite The Womans Foreign Missionary So- Â¬ stroll to Buttermilk Falls era would take a back seat for six months ciety will meet with Mrs V G Babbage Mrs James Lewis has returned from a this country would get all right Friday evening visit to her daughter Mrs Jeis Hern repre- don who has my congratulations over A S Gaidner of LeitcliQeld Louisvilles new paper the Dally will mnke its debut about senting the Travers Fertilizing Co was the arrival of that fiac boy Dispatch April 15 so says Pre sident Allen Carter In our town last week Mrs P G Young spent last Saturday A Sunday school will be organized in in Louisville She has a beautiful girl Four free silver members of Congress the Baptist church at Jollys station the baby Gszslla Dressing and the young from Louisiana are supporting the Ding first Sunday in April lady is the recipient of a handsome outley tariff bill because the bill puts a tax Wm II Bell has been adding some fit on sugar repairs to the front veranda at the resi Miss Hallie Dowdy will go to Louis DitECKENiiiDOE co niity llepublicans dence of R S Sklllman ville this week to view the new spring havent any good feeling for Governor i Leila McGary Mapgie Ahl and Wilbur styles in her line of businefs dress Bradley They dont like the way ho is Hensley were immersed at tho Baptibt making She is with her sister Mrs church last Sunday night treating Hunter Ditto Lee Meyer bought about three hun Abram Misses lone Dowden and Ada Brown Tin new tariff bill is now before con dred hogs last Saturday at an average of are back from the city with the very la- grets for consideration It is almost cer- three and one fourth cents millinery novelties Mrs Sutton returned fom Louisville ttst tain to become a law It is said that it will increase the revenue 113000000 last Saturday witli her stock of millinery Their opening day is every day at your service always goods for the spring trade Mr John Deane is favorably men Thoe McClure who has been at O Aens Theres a new l irdling in the home tioned for tho State Senate John is too boro for sometime has leturned with next door at Mr and Mrs R II Nevitts busy farming buying tobacco ties lum- Â¬ his family to Jollys station a fine specimen of the masculine per ber and staves to fool with politics Be Wait for tho new lino of ladies spring suasion This column extends hearty sides he dont want it hats that will he received by Mrs J A congratulations When a sweet good girl takes four or Ik you dont think Dick Owen is pop Witt before buying elsewhere If your merchants dont handle Tr five boys to Sunday School she can feel ular all you haye to do is to step over into his home district They are all for Shoops guaranteed remedies write Tay that her life is not in vain that her in him When a mans home people stand lor Beard Hardinsburg if you are sick iluence is for jood I am glad we live Jesse Whitworth has rented William next door to such a girl by him you may put it down that he is Beards property near the depot and Mr right all I am fully prepared to btlieve that Beard will move his family to Eddyville little Catherine Wimp is a bonuie lassie called The Louisville Democrats liavo Cannon and Cunningham of Leitch- of beauty rare I knew her mother in a convention for April 22 to nominate a field are trying to buy property at Mc davs and it would verify tho old city ticket Tho Evening Post which Daniels for the purpose of opening a babv adage Like mother like daughter used its influence two years ago to de Â¬ large store house there Devotional meeting of the Epworth feat Wat Hardin for Governor has come J L Miller was here last week repre Â¬ into the ring lighting for harmony senting tho McCormack Machine Co League last Suuday afternoon but the was held Mr Miller now lives in New Albany attendance was so small none who Some sound money Democrat Ind having recently removed there from The young folks were all out walking helped to elect McKinlcy are still hang It is a shame to let such an auxiliary of Gas City ing about the AVliito House at Washthe church die from want of interest Lee Meyer lias a very fine St Bernard ington lioiiing to receive an appointment dog that was presented to him by Geo The weather is pleasant but the young of some kind But it is said tiiat the Harris of Cloverport The dog is al folks take hold pgiin and keep it up as new President not only refuses to recogready a great pet with Mr Meyer and lie of yore nize their applications but is displacing says 50 wouldnt buy him Miss Luia Lewis went to Guston Sun those already in the service and filling William W Vessels wants his old day to remain until after Prof Hawes their places with etauncli Kepublicans friends in Breckenridireto know that he reading Why cant we have a reading Let The farmers are putting in their best now lias charge of the Palmer House in here by the talented Elocutionist licks this good weather The country is Owensboro and will be glad to eutertain the Epworth League lake it in hand and fairly alive with teams plows and liar them when they visit that city Rates extend him an invitation Prof Hawes SI 00 per day is well known hero and naturally feels rows preparing tho ground for crops Sheriff Silas Pate wants to contract for an intcrt st in us as ho Is a brother of Wheat is looking flue the farmers are in good spirits and are going to work in a new house to be put up on his land at Mrs D W Lewis earnest Such a crop of everything as the Falls of Sinking This doesnt neces The farming interests of these United we will have this year will drive into sarily imply that he is to take to himself States are said to be in a worse condition oblivion every vestige of hard times and n better half or embark in matrimony than for a half century Se cretary Wil Â¬ everybody will be happy and prosperous He denies any such intention son head of the Agricultural Depart Â¬ If you want the best fertilizers on ment under McKinley is a new man in All we want to do now is to get down to our work put in our best licks and Prov earth and In oirtli buy S W Travers the cause and in his talk with Frank G Cofl fertilizers manufactured at Rich idence will do the lest Carpenter in Sundays Courier Journal mond Va For sale by R S Bandy he proyes himself an important factor a Ik the merchants cf this town will take Irvington A A Richardson iiarfield farmer a Scotchpractical atrip over tho Branch thoy will soon Dellaven W C man Co Hardinsburg It would be well for our farmers find out what has gone with a good deal Moorman Glendeane to read and pouderwell his telling words of their tiade that use to come to them J E Mouarcli came up from Owens Kirk Jollys Station and Glendcaue have boro last week and was engaged in run Upon farms and farmeis we all depend captured it At Kirk last Saturday it ning off the land of J D Beelers near more or less for our good or bad times Give the farmers prosperity and the looked like a circus had struck the place The order directs a mouey flows we all fdel the sunshine of Jollys station The woods were full of horses wagons homestead to be laid oil to Mr Beeler and buggies and the town was full of and the remainder divided into parcels prosperity There is something tho matter with this class in this fair broad people trading Hardinsburg suffers for the purpose of a sale Is there land of ours The question along with Cloverport in this respect The gourd story put up by the Cloverand Would iood roads is what we ueed and must port editor of tho News last week isnt any money in farming have if we over hopo to get back our old wortli a cent Micajah Arms who lives you advise young men to go into it are answered by Mr Wilson most satis- Â¬ trade from that section near this placo has a gourd which doubles factorily Instead of the financial issue The Kentucky Legislature has been in it in size being sixty incites around and affecting affairs see what rea onable session several weeks Every day a bal- measures one bushel and a peck Ye logical arguments ho puts forth Theres is taken on the election of a United editor therefore must put up the News a no moonshine in his chat but sound lot States Senator without the necessary year to Mr Anna or hold up the racket common sense tho rarest sense you If Mr Arms know now extant majority to elect any ono The leading on the gourd business but nevertheless it is candidates Hunter and Bradley and gourd is of the same species as ours well in demand just nt present their friends are at loggerheads and from s and him tho News Ed The idea of placing a tariff on works of Frank Mercer is authority for the state present indications there is not likely to I Even such ment that Jackson and Walling were in art and scientific literature be an election at all The politicians a proposition should arouse an immed Â¬ are in the saddle and the people are pay Â¬ this place about two years ago Two iate protest We want to draw contriing tho bills Little respect do they strangers registered at the hotel at that butions from the Old World to enrich havo for tho interest of their constitu- time as Gray and Edwards dentists In- our own and to bar the way by restrict ents and tho good name of the State dianapolis Thoy remaiued here several ive legislation seems incredible yet it is The wholo thing is a general scramble to days and had a fine run of business Sud possible in the present bill before Con Â¬ get some favorito candidate elected irre- Â¬ denly thoy disappeared having several gress As I have said before art is a Nothing much spective of the desires of tho people days business ahead unlveisal language and independent of Such a willful abuse of confidence is a was thought of it at tho time but recent climo or speed thereforo it should be costly experiment But tho situation is developments have led several to believe encouraged by every one who appreciates not likely to improve until the people that the two men were none other than the situation and not discouraged by the make a uetter cuolce of their Ilepresen Jackson and Availing legislative license This nation A district Sunday School convention limit of tatives knows tday the educating civilizing embracing the Hardinsburg Magisterial Hows Thii I District was held at the Baptist church Christianizing possibilities of art and We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward in Hardinaburg last Saturday Devotion- scientific research and what taste is being for any case of Catarrh that can not be al exercises were conducted by Rev J developed and a growth in appreciation I cured by Halls Catarrh Cure B Hunt Robert McGuflla was chosen Such a bill is a shame a dishonor Mr Web CHENEY A CO Props Toledo O Prf sident Wm H Bell Vice President Editor please define Harmony FJ We the undersigned have known F J and Robert Weatherford Secretary Rev ster must be at sea with his di flnition Cheney for the last fifteen years and be- Â¬ Hunt delivered an address on general The word has been and is being so lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus work in the Sunday School that was butchered I am awaiting a new version yes I harmony Harmony is harmony iness transactions and financially able to highly appreciated Henry Harned spoke Indeed I Where carry out any obligations made by their on How to enlist the church member means to harmonlzu firm ship Short talks were made by a num is the harmony and who an tho liar Weat Truax AVliolesale Druggist Tole ber of others which made the exercises monizers Are they in the Democratic Are they at Frankfort or in Wnlding Kinnan fc Marvin quite interesting It was rt ported that party do O Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio outside of Hardinsburg there was no Washington City Halls Catarrh Cure ia taken internal Â¬ sell of In running In t IUtrirt It was Franc s Willard wants to put a moye ly acting directly upon the blood and the purpose of tho district meeting to on wheels to boycott newspapers Hint get these in working order Alter a Biueous surfaces of the system Price eral discussion on the work of Sunday publish the particulars of prlzs fights Sold by all Druggists Schools generally per btll Newspapers aud Individual Conscience the meeting adjourn ed TeUoniaIs free Miss Willard hu long been a naueh dis I recounlfo the Chicago the Democratic pattT riaUbrm of 1896 the true ejiponen of Drmocratic T 11 M DEATH principles January tst 1897 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kails 2 ecu taper pound nt I am candidate for re election as Circuit Judge Rock Vale Ky action of of the 9th Judicial District subject to the LStumV cussed subject I notice certain leading papers in New York and liilldladelphia did not mention the Catsnti Nevada in Â¬ Mini Maydeo Pusey epont a few dtyn hibition but Mr Editor dont ou ex Â¬ last week in New Albany pect I do that the Editors anil the pro Bro Phillip Jenkins preached last pie that took those papers borrowed Sunday morning mid night their friends papers that did t tiblieh the Mrs Jesso Malin is with her sitter bruin affair Ill bet on it if I evrr did Mm Jesse Herndon for A visit and to tell you the honest truth I Small pox bids fair to be a worso ware hope Miss Willard wont see Ihlr I was so anxious for Coibttt to lope the belt I at Frankfort than Hunter or Bradley mull wpgt r with these boys Mrs Blanche Fontaine has been to ventured a f Now 1 want him to meet his on Fiiz Louisville to take items in dress making Stub biutal exhibitions Waterloo Messrs Roscoe Nail and Lon Hibbs BRANDENBURG glJiffi JQeflS Thin Pale Children One satisfaction in giving Scotts Emulsion to children is they never object to it The fact is they soon become fond of it Another satisfaction is because it will make them plump and give them growth and prosperity It should be given to all children who are too thin or too pale It does not make them over fat but plump SdJffi fflcft3 SlJrc Softs SiJffi fflcftS Hkft3 JOeflS SJiflB HJtftS ffleflS SJ0 glJffi JBtflS SejlS should not be tolerated but as they are newppape m which are a commercial en Â¬ terprise must help to support the great Â¬ est disgrace to American civilization We all want good pure journalism let the people begin the reform the papers We do not have to read will follow such columns unless we choose mat teis of all kinds adorn good papers Rtad them Seed Season 1897 Landreth Seeds for the Garden BEWLEYVILLE David Hardaway ltft Thursday for Valley Station where he intends to en ine iu agricultural pursuits Farmers are busy plowit g sowing oats pruning apple trees and etc Mies Mona Price one of Brandenburgs prettiest and brightest girls 1b visiting Miss Florence Cain Mies Lena Drury has gotten as far as Guston on her way home Moorman Hardaway returned from a trip to Russellville Tuesday He seems to havo enjoyed the trip and brings as pleasant mesrages and kind greetings from Mrs D S Campbell whose guest he was A clipping from the Nashville Advo- Â¬ cate Die true standing of an editor is appreciated after death if not before A lawyer sent the following words of con- Â¬ solation to the widow of an editor I cannot tell you bow pained I was to hear that your husband had gone to heaven Wo were bosom friends but can never meet again Miss Mary Keitli again vsits her Meado county friends The League met Suuday p m at 4 oclock Neaily all members preeent and some visitors and a pleasant session Visions of a delightful time with the Suuday School Convention here already begin to agitate the mind of our superin Â¬ tendent T J Jolly The Meade County Tt acheis Associa- Â¬ tion met at Ekrou Saturday March 20 Some of our folks attended and speak in the highest terms of praise of the proceedings Mr and Mrs William Bewley of Bran Â¬ denburg and Mr and Mrs ForeBt Stith of Guston with their families are visit- Â¬ ing friends in our vicinity Misats Blanche Jolly Magglo Paul and Leah Payne will make an extended trip Monday March 29 h Charley Drury lies a clover field that ho wants to mow for hay and then for seed and all the while keep a dozh or two head of stock grazing on it He wants to know how to manage it If any one can tell the information will be thank Â¬ fully received and perhaps bent fit others Golden Rod Â¬ It strengthens the digestive organs and the nerves and fur Â¬ nishes material for rich blood Ve have a book tilling you the subject SCOTT BOWNE more oa Sent free for the asking Hew York Ferrys Clintons All the leading Seed Farmers of America Seed Potatoes Seed Oats Northern White or Black Seed Sweet Potatoes all varieties Onion Sets Come and see us od the above articles and we will save you money besides giving How Prosperity Prospers JhFFEnsoNViLLB Ind If you will kindly allow me space in the columns of the News I will endeavor to j t down a few of the occurrences of Jeflersonville which may be of interest to some of its many readers On the morning of Marcli 4 1897 long and loud sounded the great whistle of the Ohio Falls Car Manufac turing Co to notify all within its sound- Â¬ ing that prosperity was upon us witli all its glory and admiration with Wm McKinley at the wheel of the great ship of the new administration which set sail for a voyage of four yeara to gladden the hearts of the McKinley admirers To day the freight wood machine shops are closed up and the erecting shops are almost through The com- Â¬ pany has a small order of 2 0 freight cars to stait upon in a short time Any one can readily see that the prospects are not 11 ittering by any means I feel disposed to think that prosper- Â¬ ity liaB made its appearance at the office of the News from the fact that there has been two more pags added to the paper let tha good work grow I am only too glad to hear of any enterprise that can put forth an improvement of any kind The readers of the News who are not reading Rob McGregor the tale of Tennessee aro missing a good story which is getting more interesting every number I wish some one at McDaniels would write up the news of tlia vicinity for the benefit of a wander Â¬ ing Little South Carolina boy you the best goods to be procured VEST 0 A Rustic Cast Your Eye Over this Advertisement Possibly you need something mentioned here You can save money by writing or coming to see us For Sale A lot of fine WEBSTER Farmers are hustling II G Stewart was here last week Mrs L M Matheny returned from Louisville Sunday night There Is grave ears that the forward fruit is killed in this section Dolp Jones and Frank Smith of Big Spring were here last week Our public roads well we just havent got any to make a long story short Mrs Laura Kurtz bad a carpet rag tacking last Saturday that was well attended Â¬ Dan Walls formerly section foreman at this place was here Saturday greatly improved Miss Blanche Basham of Union Star is visiting her aunt Mrs II B Parks this week Col J M Fitch of Clifton Mills was here Sunday and reports trade good in his town There was a Lyon on the way of some of our young men last Sunday that caused no little uneasiness James St Clair and Forrest Olaycomb were in Louisville selling tobacco last week and went to hear Moody Miss Emma Kurtz gave a school entertainment last Friday evening that was highly enjoyed by the little folks rIrs McCajah Bobbins an old and Orator something swell in Blues very estimable lady died last Friday of and Browns pneumonia having been sick but a few Our Own in black and green days mixed WAITING ON BBADLEY Hats Clothing Shoes Slippers Dress Goods a pretty Spring Line Ribbons all colors all widths Notions line complete HORSES AND TRUNKS TRUNKS MULES VALISES VALISES For further information write to CHAS EIEDEL EDIBLES This department is well filled with Staple and Fancy Groceries Harness Hardware Willow Ware Glassware and Qjiecnsware Holt Ky W H BOWMER SON 1 CLOVERPORT KY MILLINERY GOODS The Nobbiest Line Ever Displayed HOME FIRST The World Afterwards Every dollar spent in your home store adds to the development of the home industries It helps the growth of the town by helping the growth of the individual for we are all more or less dependent upon each other The great trade centers pay tribute to the big stock We are keeping careful track of your wants and constantly adding to the stock to meet them Now dont fail to give me a call All manner of produce taken in exchange for goods Â¬ m Dr Gardner Superintendent Letoher ia No Haste to Succeed tion Trimmed Hats n beautiful selec- Â¬ Hopkinsville Ky March 29 It is reported here that Dr L W Gardiner of Madieonville the newly appointed superintendent of tho Western Kentucky asylum for the insane will delay his re- Â¬ moval to tills city until the question of Goy Bradleys resignation is settled or at any rate until a senator is elected He has large business interests In Madi sonville which he is unwilling to break up for what might bo a brief and uncer- Â¬ tain tenure of office if the administration at Frankfort is to undergo a change Clrsi friends of Dr Gardiner say that he will not accept f there is to be a gubernatorial election next fall Dr Gardiner was expected to take charge on April 1 and relieve Dr Ben lecher who ia still here Sailor and Walking Hats in all the latest styles Cap an excellent line for girlst and boys and caps for the babies NotionsTwice paid youlll be to see our Ribbons Laces Veilings and straw braids in the very latest designs and colors Opening dnys i 2 and 3 of April Prompt attention given to all mail orders Â¬ X CHARLES RADENHEIMER Clifton Mills Ky Miller Lightfoot Wedge Lock Spring Wire Fence A DXDISOlSr cis DDXCK juuumtN of OTHE FROST CLOVERPORT KY IHH WINTERSMITHS During a third of a century has never failed to drve out all blood impurities Will Eetire From Buiinsu William Goering for many years one of our prominent business men will In a few days make a d elded change in his affairn An Indiana man will purchase bla stock of goods and continue buslnus at the samn stand Mr Goering will re Â¬ tire on account of his health but will travel through the State in the Interest of his extensive wool basins Hawes ville Plaindealer The Time Tested Certain cure for scrofula pimples bolls In fact the time tested spring medicine Sold by druggists and merchants everywhere Igwl fg A FEW WORDSTO OTTK llPiw FARMI1IIS Tha aVw - - H Combination v v t 1 -- macs wvfr Dune 7c lu I nC Tk ZW vi pnng wir lu u uw Â¬ SARSAPARILLA contked H order to or P4UI wiiBom mqxmderi conuio lh VqXmSnti 2rS on of Ihw elMMati llSL WuEut niuuim H Um ADDWOM SEt DKJK ft t Utant H WW i1 winH found kt Mtenf h T Addioa y NmNMmn BBECKENRIDflE THE BREOKRNRIDGB NBW8 GLOYBRPORT KY KEWS Destroy T salili i oiiiiturkiiiin I make a specialty of Fine Apple H ninety Kiinrantcctl What tho It publicans are proposing turn taken a pill till It Is nil to bo strictly unadulterated That dettrojria womanjhope I use nothing but sound and over IV C I Hood Co Coogler is not a law to meet a dt licit but a Proprietors then l ipe fruit John Gordon My Brandy is all fermented in tubs not in cement towcll Mils Columbia S C March lS law to tax the peopto for the creation of Tho only pllla to toko with Hoods Sarsaparllla cisterns so that mean disagreeable flavor is not detected a surplus Desirous of introducintr mv troods will make snecinl nriens President McKiulpy stated SHAKING HANDS WITH 60000 PEOPLE Making Lincoln Presentable in his message convening this special one uj iour gniion pacKagcs 95 goods 200 per gallon ses Ion of Congres that the annual In narrating When Lincoln wa First 97 goods 175 per gallon f o b All packages securely Dkar Mr Editor I want to make Signed The God Bless You of Honest Hearted deficit for the part four years had and shipped on short notice in the March Indies aver Â¬ Inaugurated this statement once and for all I am not You say cannot something bo dono aged tGO 000000 a year People a Benediction But the bill Home Journa Stephen Fiske writes fighting men but sin I would not if I Thousands of those already in the prepared to meet this deficit propos s to interestingly of the memorable journey could Injure one of them But when I clutches of the black demon are crying In an article describing The Social raise by taxation two dollars where but from Springfield Illinois to the National see men living In deflancta of heavens out for help Thousand of loving moth law I must as n preacher of righteous- Â¬ ers are anxiously waiting and prayerfully Life of the President in the Apiil La- - onH is needed It proposes to tako from Capital and tells of Mrs Lincolns efforts ness strike a death blow at their wrong watching for the arrival of thu champion dies Home Journal ex President Harri- the pople 1100000000 where o0000000 to have her husband look prcsontabe would bo enough and to lock up the when receiving a delegation that was tj doing and if they are determined to who will go out and meet the goliath son tells of the fatigues of handshaking gnct them upon reaching New York Btand in the nay of the enforcement of and slay him and bury bis body in tho aud also of the bent fits of being brought sutplui in the Treasury vaults In rnislng this amount the tax falls up- City law for the securing of right doing they deepest and darkest hell from in contact with the good honest htarttd whenc The train slopped writes Mr Fiske must thon bear the consequences My he shall never show his hideous form people of the country In the first two on the consumer not only for tho pro- Â¬ f weeks of an administration prayer to God is that sin may be put again bo sajs duction of unnecsary revenuo but for and through tho windows immense down and the men now perpetrating the President shakes hands with from the enrichment of favored interests crowd could be seen the cheering We fully realize your thoughts when the idea of The rum fiend bus entered your borne hjflo crimes against Ills holy law and forty to sixty thousand persons Ttie Uudor the Dingley law five or sx dollars drowned the blowing oil steam of the lo j KA lavand that boy upon whom yon bave having dental woik done comes but nevertheless na Then Mrs Lincoln opened against the interests of Ills people may ished so much love and attention has physical drain of this Is very great and will go into the pockets of protected comollve tliey must have attention and the sooner the better be saved They say Youll become un- Â¬ been ruthlessly snatched from you and if the President is not an instructed manufacturers for every dollar that it her hand bag aud said We arc pieparcd to do your work with a guarantee Abraham I must fix you up a bit for popular that Youll turn the very peo tonigit if yon were to sarcb through handshaker a lamo arm and a swollen will bring to the Government The peo- Â¬ to give satisfaction at exceedingly low nrices po you want to save against you I am all tne places of iniquity yon would find hand soon result This may be largely ple will be taxed to give the Government these city folks Mr Lincoln gently lifted her upon notBeekiug popularity and I had much him with mind beclouded and stp un or entiiely avoided by using President more money than it needs and to make It is to your interest to consult us profi s or manufacturers to whom the the seat before him alio parted combe rather take Gods method of saving men steady aud speech incoherent Some Ha es method take the hand extendWILDER Brandenburg Ky than that of the wisest sage upon earth day you will look upon his cold and life ed to you aud grip it before your band is law will give a monopoly of the homo and brushed his Imlr and arrauged his HARDIN black necktie I am not ashamed or afraid of being less body as it is taken home to you from gripped It is the passive hand that gets market Do I look nice now mother lie afTin so tax 8 will fall chit fly upon the called a fanatic I had rather die in the some drunken brawl and then you will hurt It has been suggested that a nod poor the most numerous and the most fectionately asked attempt to bring about a right state of ask yourself the question Is this the or bow should be substituted for the Well youll do Abraham replied morals than to sit with folded hands and boy I used to fondle and lovingly hold handshake but it would be quite as ad defensokes class A glance at the pro- placid fare and soo our young men car- Â¬ to my bosom So ho kissed Is this the boy for whom missible to suggest a revision of the Dec- Â¬ poseil wool schedule illustratt s this On Mrs Lincoln critically ried swiftly down the stream that empties I toiled and labored so hard Is tills the laration of Independence The interest the five classes of woolen goods In com- Â¬ her and lifted her down from the s a LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY its filth and scum into the burning lake boy I bave seen grow up into manhood which multitudes attach to a handshake mon use by the working classes the du ami lurneu to meet Mayor Wood court- Â¬ The demon strong drink is filling more Can it be that these hands now lact ratt d with the President is so great that people ties are trebled quadrupled and quin- Â¬ ly and suave and to have his hand shak Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace insane asylums crowding to overflowing and bleeding are tho ones that used to will endure the greatest discomfort and tupled The present duty is 40 per cent en by the other New York officials ad valorem In one class the duty is more penitentiaries and reformatories clasp me round the neck as I cans to not a little peril to life or limb to attain Halls and entrances nre Marble and Tiling of the finest quality 2000 Farmers and filling more houses of refuge and blm some sweet lullaby 7 Can it be that it These are not the office seekers but raised to 1001 in another to 2471 in an other to 2 0 and in another to 140 per sweeping into a Christless eternity more this brow now so cold and clammy is tho good honest hearted patriotic peo- Â¬ I am in tho market for dark good Yardg of Brillinnt Now Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors of Bed rooms souls than war pestilence famine and the one upon which I used to shower ple whiseGod bless you is a prayer and cents The goods on which the prices bodied old ground piior tobacco Offices and Dining room Beautifully Deco- Â¬ If you Parlors and Upper Halls and all other evils combined the kisses of a mothers love Yes tie is a benediction They come to Washing Â¬ uuuur una mw are 10 ue so greatly in Â¬ have any bring me a sample rated and Brilliantly Lighted Its equipments throughout aro without The greatest of all the great evils this C V Duncan the same boy but be is changed so ton for the inauguration and later with creased are the cheaper bojs and inenn a superior in the South rate of charges considered suitiugs and overcoats woolen shirtings tny other nation lias to contend with much excursions but they are mostly to be Cloverport Ky What wrought this change ltaukenness and one thlrg is inevit- Drink I Drink II Drink II found near their own homes They come and womens cloakirgt The law is Over SI 0000 have been expended in this recent improvement able if drunkenness continues as it has Is it not time that the upwards of 8 out to meet tho President when he takes scriptural in that it proposes to tuke for the last four or five decades this na a journey and his contact with them from thosa who have a little even that 000000 of professing Christians in Amer- Â¬ RATES S2 AND 250 PER DAY n will not long bo free It will sink ica were doing something The battle is aud their unselfish andeven affectionate little which they iiave The iniquity of the entire measure is o a slavery far more degrading than coming THU It may wage fiercest around intenst in him revive his courage and revealed jnt once existing in our beloved sunny your own hearthstone Great RliSTORER It is a I at tie elevate his purposes Mr Lincoln is of 6 per in this schedule An increase Sjuth Yea wprse far than that Egyptian hotly contested on one side are all the said to have called these popular re- Â¬ cent over tho existing tariff will nostoro3 ujtfcet health Liraml j-stop importations of these goods and cut bondage of midnight darknts Into saloon keepers and owners of saloon ceptions bis public opinion baths try iWV Zy uianlnoil Ttuil re- -down revenue to that extent which the children of Israel bad fallen property and the vast throng of deluded inovet all obataplfti In rmirHiM A distinction without a difference But the It publicans propose after There is more rum swallowed in this followers aud on the other all lovers of 5 fr yV noatoro3 tuo country to day than there has been since sobriety and righteousness If all these amounts to nothing There is a difler granting a monopoly to a fdw factories nervom entire y j - it tin the time the first distillery was put in 18000000 were to take sidts against the enece a real difference a vast differ- Â¬ to authoriz j them to raise present prices ail Ho- ju viiil losses from three huudiKd to six hundred per operation Where drunkards were once saloon you would see one of the grand ence between Dr Bells euaxs 01 tlic movG3 blm of joutlt and ex counted by the score they may now be est victories the world has ever known and any other cough cold or lung rem cent Iatr years usci ofvos all elfccti Southeast Got of Twelfth The tariff Shy lock has paid his money counted by the huudrtd If you were to I believe the Church holds the balance edy To see it or taste it proves this im Main LOUISVILLE Romo gather together into one army all the dead of power in America today and if all mediately but the greatest difference is He must hare bis bond of dissipation and re pairs all wnsto places Selling Fee Reduced to 150 per Mid and 1 per cent Commission drunkards and to this great best add the the men aud women who profess to love to be found in the results coming from Curnolnsomuiaand Dangers or the Grip Besides cutting the phlegm yer increasing boat of living drunkards the Lord Jesus Christ woro to become its use tejtoros refreshing sicep and curing the cough or cold at once it uuro4 im The gr atest danger from Li Grippe is bud cause them to march along before a avowed enemies to all uncleanness if rp c SEIl potence and restores reviewing stand ten abreast bow long they wore to stand shoulder to shoulder soothes the irritation heals the lungs of its resulting in pneumonia If reus en rtill vital power d j you tUiuk it would take them to pass Cures nil twisting Rockport and baud to hand and heart to heart and bronchiais It fortifies the system able care is used however and Cham Works tlltwaws and restores And what a spectacle they would pre this geat evil would soon be a thing of agilnst cold from tho uso of which no berlains Cough Itemedy taken ail dan Â¬ development to all parts of tlio body RepalrsISawsof All Kinds tlw wily purely ger will be avoided Among thu tens ol NERVIi LIFE is 8snt There goes a man who once stood the past I believe in someway this evil after effects can arise scientific tteilweiit and afford relief from bigh in social and political life His enemy will be overthrown A Waterloo thousands who have used this reuiedv Particular attention given to tti llrst da a me It reraoes tho cause name bes become a byword for every Â¬ bordering on shameful defeat was savid for lagrippe we have yet to learn of a aad nslt nature to elfect a cttio Cuies repairing large Circular Saws guitniiiteM Sptcial discount to physicians I0RN PBOM HER TOW single case having resulted in pneumo thing thats mean and debasing Yonder by a Blucher God is raising up here and Our new treatise on Ncnous Diseases Hammering and Straightening a nia which siows conclusively that this is a young man once the prido and joy there men of dauntless courage who Manhood in Insi and Hecovery mailed Spdclaliy free in plain spnled wrapper for tvo 2 cent of a mothers heart lie has fallen un JO B Williams Had a Rough Exper-Â¬ remedy la a cerlian preventive of that will one of these days strike the deathstamps Mention this paper Every Saw tested by steam is now afraid to lilt blow to intemperance der the demon and dread disease It will effect a perma Send 10c lor Trlsl TrMttceot and be Coat laced This day is near ience in the Mississippi before it leaves tho ehop NERVE LIFE MEDICAL CO up bis bloated face to receive a mothers at band for Cloyerport if all the mem nent cure in less time than any other KALAMAZOO MICH Every Raw warranted kiss Here goes a woman who culti Â¬ bers of the churches nud all who love Memphis Tknn March 21 Tho crow trtatment The 25 and 50 cent slz s for Workmanship the very bett sale by A It Fisher Druggist vated a teste for the damnable stuff by the moral purity of our town both Cath- Â¬ of the towboat Smoky City just in from Prices lower than nny shop in sipping the light wines upon the fam olic and 1iottstaut were to arise and en Â¬ the South reports an exciting experience America iMark yourname Traveling Abroad ily sideboard or amid fie gay festivities gage in the conflict of life and death of the steamer Joseph B Williams in on Saws and send n letter of the social citcle f rom the lUcvillt Plain icalcr ol Yours for the Kight front of Fort Pillow on the Mississippi advice as to repairs wanted Increasing Yes steadily increasing Mhw Anna M Hennenof this city one Donald M Grant during her present trip to New Orleans rllio great army of the damiud is beiug THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS with thirty two loaded coalboats in her of the handsom s young ladits in Kenadded to every day EKRON string The pilot of the Williams was tucky is now traveling abroad Among HOOKPOKT INI lit Talmage had made an estimate working her down the reach under a full much that would interest her many that if he were given all the money spent 11 M over from last week friend hero and elsewhere we give the Tim Ciery went to Louisville Monday head of steam when suddently he no- Â¬ following B00S KEEPINO SHOET HAND TELEOItAPHY by the working class alone for rum dur- Â¬ extract from a recent letter to PENMANSHIP ETC T W McCans went tolrvington Mon ticed the vast tow waving all over and ing the past thirty years that lie could I went to services in this caused blm to ring the stop bell her mother day TO build for every working man a house Westminster Abbej I T link of it That Wm Tindell left last week for Deca- Â¬ The big vt siol with her precious charge and lay out for him a gardon and clothe tontinued to wave up and down at a venerable pile that has drawn into its Kansas Gify Montana tur III his future Lome bis sons in broadcloth and his daughters veins all the historic life of Eugland Mr Hardcsty traveling for the firm of fea ful rate and presently the lashings Who desires to hotter his or her condition in life should writo for in silks and stand at his front door a Tne first that held the oal boats close together since Llward the Confessor Colorado Pacific Coast tho Cataloguo of tho prancing span of sorrels or bays aud se W E Grinstead was in town Monday began snapping then almost in a twinkle light of this grand old Abbjy with this I r Noel the Democratic nominee Jb cure for him a policy of life insurance so 33TTT rvnn gigantic weight of time almost gives us the entire tow was scattered all over the No 400 THIKD HTKEET EOTJIBVII tl the present home may be well sus- for Attorney went to Louisville Mon- rivers surface rolling as if caught in a a sensation akin to that of coming upon Utah Washington Omaha KY tained after ho is dead Butsol Yonder day hurricane at sea The crew was also an Adam or Methuselah living in the Misses Nettie and Nellie Carico return- Â¬ is that laboring man on his v ay to work in St Paul Nebraska scattered because part of it was caught prts nt hour Behind me was the Pjeta IF the morning be must before be begins ed Saturday from a two weeks visit at on each peice and there the vets jl was corner no solemn and grand When the West Toiut with bis work stop at the saloon and get just Black Hills almost helpless Just at this critical notes came from the old ogan It thrilled Ben Shacklett of Owensboro arrived period one glass as a nerve strengthenerJ my heart The sweet voices of the bojs the Smoky City bound up for VIA on the up train Saturday to visit his At noon be must bave one or two mort this port hove in sight closely followed came out clear and bell like from under to help the digestive organs aud on brother Bruner by the Beaver and these two rendered the arches swept through the vatt edi J 11 Dowell and wife J T Jones assistance causing the Williams to re- Â¬ fice and come back so fairy like While Ills way Lome in the evening when bis ritDiiiirriit Bruier and Ben Shacklett attended ser- cover her tow and proceed wife is anxiously awaiting his arrival CIIAS A imiDGES Cor Elohih and Mnln Strata The cause L and I sat there no words ran describe W Q biudqks VESTIBULED TRAINS and is ready to give blm a loving kiss vices at Buck Grove Sunday of the trouble was the mighty water my feelings or tho beauty of the magnifLOUISVILLE KY Miss Annie Itichardson left Tutsday be must first atop in and bave two or bois that occur frequently in the Mis Â¬ icent Abbey Here in the soil of Chau- Â¬ SLEEPERS DINING OARS fotOklahomawbere she will accept a po- Â¬ sissippi when largo more just to chase away the thno a FOUR MONTHS STORAGE volume of water is cer Dryden Johnson Ganich Sheridan fatigue and vexation of the days labor sition in the olllce of Kerfoot Bros CHAIR OARS pouring out as has been the case for some and Kings lies the King of Wits Misses Ethel Adkieson and Clara Lo b And after supper the chances are he lime The boils are caused by the current Charles D ckens born Feb 7 1812 died RATES Tlia nuttcentr lly located will leave his loving wife and precious Mcjsrs Kyle Adklsson and Meyers o striking the bluff banks and transform- Â¬ June 0 1870 OON8ULT TIOKET AQCNT On He e injured his friends EVaZVPLROAY Hotallnttvcltu little ones to spend the lonely hours of Gun ton were visitors In Ekron Sunday ing from surface to under currents and upon no account to make him the sub- Â¬ F M RUGG TRAV PASSn AOCNT the night as best they can whllo lie is night ject of any monument or memorial what- Â¬ T LOUIB Ma returning to the surface again They Cora Neaftis who has been on an ex- Â¬ having bis good time with a jolly are very dangerous especially to tow ever He rested his facie with his coun- Â¬ to Jimmle Lee Wool folk re- Â¬ crowd of companions and before they tended visit trymen he said in his published works Safety boat interests Comfort He was literally obdyed his friends did leave the proprietor or more properly turned to her home in Louisville last Tuesday nothing only gave blm six feet of En Â¬ Rheumatism Quickly Cured p tho firevendor bas gathered into hie glish ground His monument had There wero seyeral sick people in town coiFars as many dollars as there are men After having been confined to the walling nearly a thousand years been Louisville and Evansville He while they go home with manhood lost Wednesday when the 520 ptsienger house for eleven days and paying out had inspired the English people with a wife weeping her eyes outand children left and they learned the result of the new heart 25 in doctor bills without benefit Mr He hail awakened sympa Â¬ Corbott Filzilmmona fight crouching in the corner afraid of a fath- Â¬ thies and feeling- charitable ideas and Frank Dolson of Sault Ste Marie Mich Gov Bradley with all his short com- Â¬ J JOHNSON impulses before unknown to the multi ers savage blows And that is not all was cured by one bottle of Chamber Ky Joui when pay day comes the rent bill ings should be commended for the firm- laina Pain Balm costing 25 cents and tutle This it was that gave mh power Dttwoen Fait Mall Lino to his writings and caught him to the cant be paid the coal bill cant be paid ness he showed in bringing to jtistic the bas not since been troubled with that bosom of Wt B minster Abbey I s all the grocery bill cant be paid the cloth- Â¬ murderers of poor Pearl Bryan Evansville complaint For sale by A It Fisher visit tho tower soon aud wj hope to Louisville The teachers held their asiociation leave for the Hmth of England In a few ing bill cant be paid and the doctors Druggist days We returned recently from a It was an ideal Because lie here last Satarday bill cant be paid Why STEAMERS most enj yable visit to Brighton where INCOIIlOltAlEl who solemnly vowed to be a loving spring day We think teachers and vis- Â¬ Tho First of American Newspa the glorious exhilarating air life giving itors were present from all districts watchful husband and father baa spent sunshine bicycle rides walks and drives HUES RUN E G RAGON Col J D of the Nswsruns an Ship jour tobacco to tho Wiieol TobacÂ¬ pors CHARLES A DANA Editor bave given us three roses in our cheeks all bis money with the saloon keeper W A lllihirp Tuner F M Uyan Muter co Co the only tobacco firm that ia co- Â¬ paper Tha he proved on last Wed Â¬ and by and by you will see her who a Farmers are busy Dr Kings New Diioovery for Oon operative Every ono who ships us five few years ago weut about with the bloom nesday when bis paper came out In a TARASCON Tho American Constitution the Bill Hawkins shipped two fine calves hogeheadd becomes n member of tho of youth toon her cheek now moving spanking brand new dresa of green in sumption L T Coaner Purser 1 Matter L Peon company ami shares In all future profits American Idea the American Spirit about with tear dimmed eyes and cheeks honor of St Patrick headed with aplcl to Louisville Sunday This is tho best medicine in the world Chris Sallie has gone to Evansville for all forms of Coughs anil Colds and for Dont be fooled by aenU false promises sunken and pale with step once quick ure of the venerable man himself These firs las and all the time TELL CITY AVe charge lees March 20 has come and gone and Ptarl Iml to work rebates and big price and elastic now languid and slow with Consumption Fvery bottle is guaran- Â¬ figure erect and graceful now decrepit Bryans horrible murder has been Wheat is looking well la this commu- - teed It will cure and not disappoint II II Ballard Matter W D Newbell Purser than ever before our regular fees have forever They showed their brutish ntlv t been reduced from llfty cents to one dol aud broken What has wrought this aveuawd It has no equal for Whooping Cough Daily by mail - - 6 a year Bature when on Friday in the yery jaws P D STAGGS lar per hogshead to suit the low prices change answer nine casts out of ten ofdath they made a false contest 01 Â¬ We bad a good crowd at church Sun Â¬ Asthma Hay Fever Fiieuinonla Bronnow being paid You will get tho best Dally and Sunday by mail 8 it year strong drink thinking they would gala a few days day Bro Dugglns preached a good ser Â¬ chitis I aUrlppe Cold in the Head and Dally eieept Saturday between Loulirille attention every hogshead is handled Do the ktUew know that they are Finding the Governor remained firm mon for Consumption It is safe for all ages and We AiniUrJam thny aekaowkklged oa Saturday morning with tho greatest care and no rrj Action traassilUlBg to their sow and daughter Freight iblpped by thU line delivered quick pleasant to take and above all a sure their eoBlewiM to be a fake Lew Waggoner prised hie tobacco aad unliH actually necessary Wo will re Â¬ a passion and appvtlte for strong drink euro It hi always well to t ike Dr Kings er tban by rail has shipped it to Louisville Traveler wilt find the iteameri areuiur mit by check or regibtered letter Ofllco that was In may cam alaaost if not al E E Turner of Cettptea Mo writoa ftfew Life lill 1b connection with Drs Bill Hawkins has sowed a large erop equipment and aeeommodationi and sales room South east corner of Main tofptkM lasattabhi Wblk yH an ut that after Mferlag fro piles for Kings New Discovery as they regulate paned loculinary The bett ire emptojed at oooki and and 1 Mi streets Louisville Ky Mark la the greatest Sunday Newspaper waking yaw wilto a4 hi qa to aeventeea yean ke eeaipletely eared of oats d tone the ttomaeb and bwel We Charlie Oelse went to Oweasboro guarantee fwrtot Mtufaotlon or return the menu i eual to thai of the beit boteli your hogsheads your ahll4fw hemsa nxflwh awl m then by uelag three boxes ot DWtts General offloee 176 a d 178 4th Avenue in the world oatlay to sell his tobaoao a Witeb JIaael Salve It euaja efiww titaa ye are ko leaving to th mosey Free trial bottle at A K Fish LouliTllle WHEEL TOBAOOOOO that will damn their soak H not aad aavare akia dleeaatn Short k Warrea Hisks baa bmy4 Bear tbk ra Drue iKort Kegttku- aUe 60 senta WVHIT DL PKNNY WMimUOESwy PrlM 5 a Miy ly man 2 a year 4 iu aituMl hall ttrtttitly U tbMMgh Hay at alas oa Saaa Walks fara Mdfl Supt Pre LOUISVILLE KY A44re THEMJN Vrk 0 this life ntid shall bring Id them many a hard fought battle ntid perhaps many it sinful defeat You as good as say t In WE0EN8DAY MAKOH 31 l87 tho nrtttio of dlseass and death amen I do hereby bfqtleath to my children James REV GRANT and Robert Frances and Jlary all my personal eflecu consisting of evil hab its debased appetite aud destroyed rep- Â¬ utation together with all decanter Not Fighting Men But Sin Not Seeking demljohne and wine glarsea Share and Popularity Out Wants to Savo share alike shall they in all tho attend ing miseries Hereunto do I fix my the Young Men hand and seal in the presence of all the V shrieking and applauding hosts of hell tilts the day of my departure Into the FROM THE DEMON STRONG DRINK world of blackness and of darknesp and Â¬ It Not Taxing the Poor m the Iot folnatch A most Important statement Was made by Mr Dlngley in opening the House dihato on the new tariff bill The esti Â¬ mated increase in revenues for tho first year under tho operation of tho proposed law is from 00000000 to 70000000 Hut sild Mr Dingley in the second year the Incrast will be 100000000 or more tftbm the Ne York Sdn n thatlcr the wait of totnetxailtllul city That It noted for grandeur and Iam4 Fr kather tkan cast a iuggntlvu remark To dt ilrujr a woimlna filr name Urn walla of a clljr can be eected again And their beauty be g rtndi r than evi r t Hut a woman good name onredenrojed ESfasy to Take asy to Operate Aro features peculiar to Hoods rills Small In stz tutclcss efficient thorough As one man 1 For Family or Medical Use 3TOTX Â¬ ti dettrof ed alat I forever All heaven hai no water toft enough Nor earth no cleansing noap 1 hit can waih the crlmion fiom the heirt H j ods Pills J W AiTT i jt Jf ure A pple CM Krandy f 5uii Good SMITH Andyville Ky Q T Â¬ Â¬ Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ The Willard Hotel Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 NBRVB LIPB aVt W Scott Miller Jr Manager w ten Â¬ tsJj4 irJz3p Jls Independent LDEN RULE Tobacco Warehouse W B TATE CO Â¬ KY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PVHWH Saw Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BEST TRAINS 1 fsA jsj y ism vrcyrt cyzwzk4 yy WZtt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RPYAWT rfr QTDATTnw r wi ooiiXjIsou Â¬ JT OWEN PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE C A Bridges Co St Louis or Chicago Â¬ Â¬ ss FREE jRf W Packet Line and Â¬ WxI -iSBSWSK- VsTS vrr syille 1 Wheel Tobacco Co THE SUN i The Sunday Sun Nr tkg pt - THR BRELOKELNRIDQEl NEXWS mmmmmmmmmmBmmmmmimmmm fr rob McGregor A TALE OF TENNESSEE CorYRKWT 169S IlY TIH AUTHOR BRANDENBURG Held oter from Mrp John at week Frakes has had measles but By Martha McCulloch Williams dy Allen Mitch ns fIio receded ficini tufngs legal protty much to suit him CHAPTER XIX solf So Hob was reasonably content as Rob vrna destined totlcnioustrntn Mint tho ninn even from mention cf Mm sho knew lie r father would need somo sho sat at Mrs Paynes sldo and i7cn tho unrighteous nro sometimes not thun tho truo explanation of why noto of Mr Howell who sho had heard forsaken Slio vm distinctly of tho mi other camo no longer and seized according to tlioo wlioso tho widower rlglitcoun was now firmly eiigageel to Miss Win Htnndnrd was Miss Wiufold yet at tlio upon tho ouo nearest at hand fold And Mrs Wiufold her gossips So sho got through tho weeks beforo flrst word of licr trouble friends camo had nssured her said over it I really court sat Then Mrs Piyno would hear was mighty sorry fer Jack Tnlbot poro hurrying to her nirt Mr Piiyno aud of nothing but that tho McGregors fellow I But then Alico novcr had as Colonel Tnlbot of course wcro foro you inlghtsay incouridged him most and carh looked to And a limp should romo to them for n fortnight Her Cerintha will lovo to tako caroof your goin crbont with him had been mostly white tearful creature hunted driven not knowing whither to turn Instead father He delights to hear as sho to becanso his mother was so insistent tell of Brother Waltons perfections thoy found a collected young woman Alico never had tho least idear of him sou Mrs James Lowis is visiting her faintly smiling witlicyea that grow wet tho gooil lady said with mnlld twinkle as cr husband though ho wanted her ami wo will tuko yon to tho courthouse bad so had for all her bravery when they let her she did but hopo ho wouldnt daughter Mrs Jesse Herndon of Irv without over lotting tho daddy gucsa go nu tako tcr drink over not gittiu know upon what errand they had come iugton what wo havo been about Yet idio was not ico or marble tlii her But no girl couldnt not sho Mrp Grover Clevelands picture iu Itobconld not speak Sho dropped her had been well raised think or cf wicked Hob It was only that shu had missiu head on Mrs Paynes broad breast mid sech cr clianco ns Mr Howell Why it Suudays Courier Is a goo I oiih of Mrs been stirred to a heat of wratli fci wlilto sobbed hard But aft- George Frymire nee Fannie Woo folk it burned nw ay apprehension Tho steal for tho first time docilo as would bo flyin in a child oven nn Irother both tho facoorProvidenco A Bhort skirt for talny days is biing ing of her stock the midnight outrago erwatd sho was Brother novor did fa making herself fluo without a murmur vor Jack Talbot nn was jost do lightcd agitited by society women iu LoulBville upon Aunt Ihemy last of all Den Top green gown with little over marks pursuit of herself had nerved in tho darkgilt Common Alicos ingagament Of that set off her dark Irad nover let on tcr tho Talbots cose ho adoption sense would dictate immediate touches of her to Rot her teeth and pay how ho beauty as it deceived for Mrs Payno felt ho couldut not on account of tho Fight I Yes I will Unlit this mon The phonographic entertainment at strous claim fight as I would never do had said when tho garment wus laid be sto nn them workin so many niggers Brandenburg Normal last Saturday night You must let mo do in n mrro nutter of money There is so foro its wearer but for my part I was glad ter lot out much moro ut stake tho honor of my for Helens daughter it littlo part of things I was so tired cr bcin pcrlito was quite a treat Twenty per cent of name No MiGiegor ever took advau what sho would do for mino jest from tho teeth An then tcr think the proceeds went to the library Walking into tho courtroom between what cr Hurrah for the News in a beautiful tago of igiKiriiuto or helplcssncFs I owo rouiuuts it wu Mr Howell couple it doubly to my father to prove that ho tho gray haired thought Hob was glad falliu in lovo tho very minuto ho saw green emerald tint in honor of the Island for her Sho Alicol Sech cr compliment speaks truth i i mying wo uro lawfully they had taken Now know herself tho focus of nil eyes nuil only Ninesy dono as well in marryiu ef Itself as well as St Patricks Day Id the suied of what wo pocss morniig Tub Nkwb is nover slow in rejoiced that tho most captious should sho couldnt noways do no You are better than gold tho niet bettor I getting there sco her look as becamo tho heiress of tho finest gold yui good dearfriendsl wouldnt havo nothiu moro tcr wish fer My but dont bIio walk proui Mr Thomas Ditto who is authority Mm said to thu two old men But Hoscoe this sido or heaven ono spectator said ou them littlo feet pleaso to Jet mo work out our salvation Memory of it nil brought n shadowy says about half of the peach ciop is killed Taiut no wonder dimplo to lurk about Hobs month as which only means finer fruit apple if it can bo done I mean If it can- asido to another not then because you iiavo been eo sho wouldnt cbcu wipo em on Ben sho sat serenely facing her enemies in prospect fine ditto pears plutns cher kind I will put my prido in my pocket Topmark court Mr Topmark had come in but rios etc Good news for housekeepers liob caught tho whisper and flashed and tako all thu help I shall need not glanco her way Ho held Btonily faintly drawing a triflo behind her did too Men of businef s seem to agree that the After that thero was nothing for it aloof from Magnolia though ho an When tho thrco wcro safoly friends but to let her havo her way or at least swered with a constrained greeting turning point in financial affairs has been ngrco to let her think shu had it Yet seated sho lot her eyes raugo the courtwhen Noch called jauntily across to reached and stagnation seems to be at an tho very nest day Mr Payno rodo to room until they fell upon Magnolia him Ho looked ill nnd worn indeed end an upward movement seems to Oldbridgc intending to bid his own Tubbs sitting between Mrs Anuis and Tho wrinkles below tho jaw wcro deep have begun The geneial tendency lawyer Judge Graball tako tho cae her sou It was her first conscious sight er and his hard shiny skin unwholo seems onward and upward Let us hope of the girl in whoso behalf her own somely red Rob saw him look eagerly and spare no pains looking to him for right was disputed Hob iiad heaid at tho lino of huddled blacks at the substantial n suits will be secured fees Tho judge heard him half through Do my nnders believo in tlo lato tho while ildgetiug in his chair then vaguely her story barely enough to back of tho courtroom Something sho know that for somo reason or for nono know not what moved her to broko in upon tho old gentleman who let her much agitated question of telepathic between hasto uud wrath was short of thu girl was wildly anxious tocomo into eyrs also rest thero To her amazement consciousness Head Nephele by Bour ready money Sho had heard too of her shu saw breath Aunt Phemy sitting primly dillonifyou want to be thrilled and coarse luxuriant beauty her passion See hero Payne n man may bo n apart and leaning upon her crotched want to realize what a Unity means in for flaming gauds some hint too of lawyer without being also an uncou stick till her faco was half hidden this world duet of soul answering to her abject dogliko devotion to tho brusciounblo scoundrel Tako that cusol Until thu week beforo court sat Judgo You couldnt keep mo out of it with a tal bully Noch Aunis So tho heiress of Graball had held to tho comforting be s ml Iu the Bible Barak was insnired Hoscoo had a shrewd comprehension of log chain Rob McGregor is my old col lief of his world as to his own potency by Ddborah to do great deeds and endure lego chum Do you think his daughter much that lay under tho cards of tho iu legal nffairs Then suddenly ho was great sorrow s so in this book tills theory needs auy surety with me Besides all game against herself made awuru that nu elective judiciury is carried out by telepathy N pliele is Until today sho had felt for tho girl sometimes takes that Im aching for a chance to get at nccount of moro things an exquisite tender soulful book aud Magnolia n sort of raging contempt Ig Lawyer Howell Hes the very sharpest than enter into strictly legal procedure leaves one in a state of ineffable happl scoundrel at our bar and thats saying norance sho hud told herself could in Judge Wnxem of tho honorable court nts ecstatic emotions Tho princi n heap for him I dont mind admitting nowise excuo dishonesty was n caudidato for re election nnd his Than the collar there is no moro im- Â¬ to you that on thosurfacuhohas far tho ples of right wcro so plain they could only dangerous compctit rwas peculiarbetter case Still law is like poker in not ho befogged unless tho eyes weio ly strong in Walnut Greek Wnlnut portant accessory to womans dress this willfully blind And they know theso this a pair of bowio knives havo been Creek which cast 400 votes 2C0 of season Too long baa the collar lan known to beat four ares especially people that their claim is wholly falso which wero safely controlled by Mr guished in abeyance or been relegated Hoscoo was lawfully when thero is reason to think tho deal sho had said Topmark All through a heated canvass to second place in tho wardrobe femi- Â¬ was not strictly fair Id fight tho thing bought and liberally paid for Somo en that gentleman had sat impartially on nine Now it has its innings emy spying out tho Haw in our title a Detacha Â¬ through with pleasure if the girl wcro tho fenco but at tho eleventh iiour ha flaw duo mainly to my fathers kindly gavo a mera ooy lump instead of tho best out that cordiu ter his way cr ble collars and cuff a la that monster grit Ive seen this 20 years I shall not justice lias set them onto make it that seeiu things Judgo Wnxoui como nearer manl Anyhow we are getting do n to forget its worth remembering I toll in tho end tho spy may profit by it I doin rightn nny now man could bo the masculine idea of comfort and utility you tho way shocame hero white and do not namo thu spy but think I know looked ter hit it un Wuxcind havo his A small bow tie such as men wear with very well who ho is dry oyed telling me in tho straightest voto an iufloocuco shore their dress suits is in order or the Now looking across at tho other girl cool fashion all she had to fear facts So when tho caso of Tubbs versus is eminently correct A band Hob felt a thrill of compassion Magnonot feelings too mind you not a word McGregor camo up Graball was of ribbon to my eye slightly crudied lia was deadly pale so palo as to mako not nstouished to find Judgotho of surmiso or maundering from begin plaintiffs with a big bow to fluo behind is that ghastly tho staling blotches of rouge most the ning to end If courago were a ponder serviceable attorney sat in tho placo Her frock wus of of judgment prettiest yet Havo the collar a la mode ablo quality I swear shod weigh all of upon either cheek Do what Graball might a ton Shus an inspiration If I cant dark gay plaid with many fluttering things went at railroad spccel Motions and the dress is 0 K win her suit outright Ill keep tho thing ends of ribbon and tho crowning glory wero denied overruled set nt naught I note what the Irvington correspond- Â¬ hanging 20 years or as long as tho other of a gorgeous swsli but for all its splenuntil ho becamo so defiantly and impu ent has to say about my non nartisan dor tho wemer looked drawn and withside chooses to stand up to tho rack cheerful Judge Graball had thu namo of being ered Her eyes wcro hollowed Hr dentlybest fult thoso who understood ideas I feel that now especially we stubby fingers worked painfully within himtho most his caso was hopeless for should rally for country I am Demoa mighty hard man one who it was in desperato cases of Most of confideuco becamo something his air Â¬ cratic in every fiore but after sound Mid cared for nothing beyond law and their mail of now kid gloves superhu tho timo she stared straight in front of tho emoluments thereof Naturally Mr man Moro than once it iiad carried tho money Democrats helped put Mr Mc Iayno left him in a state of jubilant her but now and again sho looked in jury his way in tho faco of law aud evi- Â¬ Kinloy in office there should be a united effort to sustain his administration aniiuuuieut As ho went out of thooiUco furtivo appeal toward Noel glowering dence But juries nro never candidates He ho encountered Colonel Talbot with bcsjdo her in fine new clothes needing to regnrd tho sun tho winds of was put in office on a high protective Poor thing Sho is so afraid of that popular Jack at his elbow bent ho had no favor Tho moro Graball ma Â¬ tariff platform The McKinley bill was fellow Hob said in Mrs Pay nos ear doubt upon an errand liko his own neuvered tho moro flinty hard grew famous Why raise such a hue and cry Yet sho docs not lookas though she No uso to go there ho said nod Judgo Waxcms faco because lie sticks to it aud crjs no Jegis ding to the door behind him I tried wero easily made afraid Sho loves him Tho caso had been called in the early latlon till that tariff lias attention I hut Graball snapped mo up so I havent I think That is tho secret of it night It still lucked Dont look at her dear She sho is afternoon Graball was on lionrs of speak thank Irvington for hjr sincere words quito got back my breath fall Mr ills feet not tho sort you should speak about a friend is the holly of life So ho is retained for tho other side It prove ing against timo indeed when tho judgo Jack said his faco falling Well there Mrs Payno stud very low But Rub did presiding who had listened with an nir your Irieudd iu sicret praise them open- Â¬ nro moro lawyers in town if none cjuito not tuko away her eyes After a littlo of polito futiguo ns ono who tolerates ly sho whispered further to good anothers babblo solely from solf ro I am comfortably arranged in my Aunty Payne I am sorry for tho spect yawned Oh you wont need to hunt them behind his hand then little cottage home in my poor thing so sorry that if wo had it I old neighbor- Â¬ Mr Payno said witli a chuckle Grabbegan to say hood and feel all has fallen in lovo with thu cae ho would gie her the money she wants As yon havo nothing toofforbeyoud Throrgh lifes detcl ays I believo its tho client so much just for admitting tho truth that our adverse possession Judgo Grnball Springing iweer in lovo ho might llingyou out of tho land is our own Of courso I could not think wo had ns well not wasto moroI The flower of frienJihlp grjwi window if you went talking money aa givo her Hoscoo not men the tiniest timo Mr Clerk enter jndgmont for bit but but tho hunger in her face And this leads me to think a true I did A stir about tho door startled him inRob smiled demurely when sho camo not physical but something I cant do- friend is forever a friend a friend Beforo ho fine will haunt mo if I cannot liud out to pausing a breaths epaco to know tho result of these embassies whom we have been gaining a whole life could go on thero wns a hubbub that sihow to tako it away Then sho said with dim eyes looking A stone is lenced him An old woman hatchet wo Bhould cherish alwajs Hush deurlMrs Payne said press away to where herfathersit in tho sun Only help mo to keep him happy until ing Hobs hand with a sigh Sho knew faced weazened bent with skin liko many years becoming a ruby take care until wo know tho end That is moro only too well in what grave poril of loss brown parchment below n thatch of stiff that wo do not destroy it iu an Instant There are all than anything tho very beHt help you thu girl stood Even now her husband gray hair was half loading half drag Â¬ against another stone and other friinds wero plotting a com ging n tall figure up thu aisle toward lifetime friends I misi my friend Mrs can givo They had agreed with her and gladly promise that would Iravo tho McGregors tho bar At the rail they stopped short J W for our friendship has been as at least in possession for so long us tho Tho long flguro painfully straightened dono her bidding No hint no whispor Pythagoras puts it one soul In two itsolf and said in n husky whisper of coming troublo reached tho blind blind man lived Some tears fell down my Mammy ask em ask cm ef wo nir bodies but Hob of course knew nothing of that man He know only that somehow ho cheeks and then I smiled fir other was happier had moro company and though tho lawyer had been too kindly in time Noch Aunis half sprung upright nt rays can light the human heart and she moro of friendly sympathy than for somo wisu to lot her underrate the strength of sight of the wasted face His mother is content Wo must fight for do years back Ho was glad of it too He her opponents fult himself weakening daily and as life lay ho had said wear them out Its drew him back hcuvily deeply frown Blko gossip is on I The A P A and slipped from him ho camo toprizomoro almost our only chaueo Your father is lug Lawyer Howell was on his feet silver questions are mere bagatelles in and more tho kindly human contact that tho only person within reach who could speaking to tho judge who us ho lis comparison Kven Congressmen usually testify to tho missing deeds existence tened culled sharply gilded his darkness Officer remove these disturbers from phlegmatic and as they begin playing and explain why it is missing Dou t Hob was unutterably tender of him the demagogue at an early age the flrst Shomarktd his falling away hut lot no think I shall let him doit though Even tho prcscujj of thu houornblo court thing they think about is their dignity To Conclude next week traco or grief and dread creep into her if I wero so heartless as to undo in a but they have laid it aside and have sucvoice Instead sho was gay and high minuto all your bravo work through SASAFRAS FLAT cumbed to the wheeling craze our nawith him full of quips aud cranky jests yours it would scurcoly bo wise Ho is making a pretenso of lilohing tho gold- - so infirm and fanciful Then as tho real Quite a large crowd attended church tional capital city has miles and miles of party in interest his testimony in tho asphalt streets more than any city in at Illtoe Hun Sunday laws pyo would bo tainted though wo Mrs Sophia Meador Is ill at this writ Â¬ the world I reckon with beautiful shade nud everybody know it would bo gospel on them So all these act as Induce- Â¬ truth If I can manago to get the caso ing Will Furrow of Holt whb the guest of ments to wheeling Speaker Reed has put over two terms or three woll my been referred to as a scorcher he may dear I think u settlement will bo mighty Miss Olara Oelzo Sunday be In one sense if not in another near in sight La Â¬ Mr John Hall and Miss Claudia MeadNobody in Wnluut Creek dreamed of or attended church Sunday at Iiitea dles aa well enjoy the bicycle Mrs Questioning that Judri iiraball run Carlisle Mrs Lamont and Miss Herbert Hun sit the eaddle well and ride gracefully if Miss Zoa Johnson has returned home thero could bo grace n such a position from Clovurport All the Cabinet ladies all the forelglt dl Misa Iucy Johnson Is visiting Iu Cloy plomatlc circle every embassy and every erport mSSMII legation might become enthused aud Mr Willie Jolmsin and Misa Bertha stilt it is a horrid ungraceful attitude for Keys of Cloverport were guests Sunday man or waman The Chinesa desist on r x if i m v 711 of Miss Zoa Johnson account of their costumes the Turkish tult is perfect for the wheel convenient Evervbody Says So and picturesque Why not Americans CajcaroU Candy Cathartic the moit won- Â¬ UtWHJrA adopt It derful medical discovery of tho age pleas aut and refreshing to tho tasle net gently Only help vie to heep Mm happy and positively on kldneji liver and bowels One Minute Is all the time necessary cleansing the enttro system dispel colds pieces from his pre Let to consolo hersolf o decide from personal experience that euro headache fever habitual constipation ELYS Hanoi Itlverure for tlin Jen cf Kr T mirk who us Apply Into CREAM BALM autcklr slienrheil and biliousness buy and try a box tbe nostrils It It 60 shu roportil had chnuiilrsMy deserted cents t Drarelsts nr by tnil iimn 10c by imall or U O C to day Please 60 cents Hold and Oae Minute Cough Cure doss what its IU Jft name luplles Shoit A Haynes guaranteed to cure by all druggists Jwr for thu uatnroclwruid of Miss Jlmi- - ELY BKOTHEIIS M Warren H New York City mam8mffiSBmm88Bwmi88m tlc of Lakeland spent Fuu eav with his mother Mr and Mrs JBae Malin have re- Â¬ turned to Vino Grove Mrs Dr Pussy lira gone to Loulavll e and Lebanon for n visft unarm wimp ot Uiuneiisvlile ts a pupil of Braiid nburg Normal Mite tioclt ty will meet at Mrs Temi e SiinmoiiB in xt Saturday night Mrs Thos II Ditto n id little Virginia hud a pleasant trip to Hardlnsburg I W LowIb is improving and at his post in Meade County Deposit Bank Brother Bruner preached a uood ser- Â¬ mon last Sunday at tho Baptist church Tho Kpwortli League held Literary and Musical exorcises last Sunday night Mr Jaims Lowis and little Lena Lewis spent Sunday at Guston with Mr Pattl Is shout well John Powell 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TUB FOLLOWINQ 10 Â¬ and cure the cause Sold yourcougfo br all dranttts or sent npon receipt of prlce 2So 80c sod ft per bottle by THE EEStJTHEKLANI MEDICINE OOU PABIICAH IN Mollie McCarthy Jolly Bachelors March and Two Step 12 1 Wish He Was Home Tc Nigfit 13 Football Two Step and March 14 My Down town Girls a Winner 15 Blue Juniata Walt Keep 16 Keep Away Brudders 11 Away 17 Chrysanthemum 18 Polka My Last Farewell lV COMPANIONSHIP MARRIED LIFE The Right Kind of a Wire Makes the Right Kind of a Husband Yoit will receive the music by mail on sending ten cents with your name and address and the number of the music you want to our MUSIC DEPARTMENT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ four-in-ha- Â¬ If you wish to ba a good companion to your husband study to make each Good morning that you say to him an incentive to a better life is Huth Ash mores advico to young women whom she addresses upon The Profession of Marriage in tho April Ladies Home Journal Loam to make each Goodnight a benediction of love for the days work tho days loving nod the days sympathy Look for his giod qualities He is like jou in having faults with very little trouble you can find these faults and by talking about them and reminding hi in of them you can make your married life unenduiable You can bring about heartburnings you can cause strife and before you know it hatred may take the place of love Look for his virtues and seeking alwajs for goodness you will grow better every day just as certainly as you would grow bad if you looked only for that which was wicked Hvmember there is much that will have to be forgiven in you and whenever you feel iuclined to remind Tom of a weakness read the book in which is set down your foibles and your follies A woman who oveu after Iter marriage carefully studies her profession can make her husband what she wishes him to be Everything that is good is contagious and the right kind of a wife makes the right kind of a hatband K spect the rights of our husband he is a man not a child and how can the world honor him when you who are hij closest companion do not Do not even iu jest deride or underrate him People are slow about deciding whou one is jrsting or when oue is in earnest And what you meau to be funny may cause some stupid person to say How horrid Tom must be I Why his a fa says dreadful things about him I Â¬ The Breokeneidge News CLOVERPORT W K BARNES KY A GREGORY Wharfmasters CLOVERPORT Local Agents CO KENTUCKY It KINCHEtOK BARNES KINCHEL0E Steamboat Agents ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARDINSBURO KY Collections and special attention enforcement of liens given Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Dealers In Oil Company Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Fine Floor ing and Celling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Bulldlags and Building Material Mm Louisville HendersonSt LguIs HyCo A er The well known Brands of Urate MARKET IIElillJS March 1897 L0UI8VILLK KY TIME SCHEDULEDI Taking Effect A nsro 3 U Shippers should mark all paokagei plalnlj rTetf Sound 15 41 with shippers name and poit effloe address Choice country Medium Creamery Preih FBATUERB Prime white gooje Mixed No 1 At 600 oclck Sandaj Dec 27 2896 BUTTER xaas - II M 8 Traini STATIONS JSait Bound Train Mail 42 Kxprs Ksprs 40 6 Mall 4l Dally 7 65pm 7 11 6 41 Kxprs Kxpr Dally 12 43pm 12 SO duck POULTRY 8 7 Ji bA a lent per lb Spring Chickens per dos ducki peno fleese per dos 6 45 7 25 7 28 7 37 7 41 Dally Dally 6S0pm 8 00am 812 8 45 8 48 lvUan ptar Kentucky St Witlowdale Kock Haven Long Branch 860 9 02 UU1 West Point Howard 743 1165am 7C4 1162 1143 1137 1130 1122 1113 475 75 760 769 804 816 00 3 00 1 00 1 8 8 8 63 6 17 flfl 6 JO Â¬ Â¬ Torturingitching scaly skin eruptions burns and scalds are soothed at once and promptly healed by DuWitts Witch Hez I Salve the best known cure for piles Short HayueB rrth per barrel New La Hneet potatoes per bbl From store 2 to 5 oU higher Nary Beans per bushel ROOTS Ginseng Senlca Snake Pink Yellow Wild Ginger 3 50 75 24 62 40 847 852 9 00 9 04 9 48 9W 1013 10 07 916 925 933 941 5 340 175 64 08 1 6 907 920 923 933 1015 1020 1022 1035 1038 10 44 Brandenburg Ekron 11 tt Guston Irvington 1065 1046 Webster Iodiburg 1037 1029 Pierce Saidple 1024 Stephensport 1016 10 08 Addison 1005 Holt Cloverport 962 Salllman Hawesville Petrle Falcon Lewliport Waitman Powers Pates Owentboro Mattingly Stanley Worthlngton Heads Spottsvllle I 618 fl 10 667 67 519 5 25 0 49 5 42 Shops 9 45 1008 1015 1025 10 38 10 48 1100 1105 1108 J H Hunsche 963 968 6 Ladj Slipper May Appl Blood Â¬ The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every moth with Casper May VV--VV-f- ii 3 1 10 66 1 Â¬ FIELD SEEDS Timothy per bushel Clorer per bushel Crimson Clover per bushel Orchard Urais per bushel Blue draii fanoy p r bushel Blue Grass extra per bushel Onion Etli Yellow per bushel 1 40 4 60 1069 1107 1113 1122 1129 11 1 8 1149 It Mllm 1211pm 1216 12 20 926 918 912 9 48 9V 623 611 51 4 57 4 47 40 4 31 46 9 02 8 65 8 46 83 8 25 419 410 369 333 3 3 21 813 8C8 8 04 7 68 7 43 8 40 38 BedTnppej bushel HIS J2J 1233 S 00 1123 60 I131pm2 41 38pm 112 85 1 26 Ml 761 1165pm L H il Basiett 7 36 3C4 Olnrnjar Hendern Iv 720am 250JB 48 316 310 White St L Hy Fordsvllle Branch DEO 22 1895 Â¬ HIDES Co IND OANNELTON - Green food Dry Salt good Dry flint good Hheep skins WOOL TIME TABLE No 9 TAKING Dally I Dally ex Sun ex Sun No- No 1 16 S I EFFECT 4 West Bound Trains Tub wnhed Hast Bound Train Dally I Daily STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun No 9 20am 7 60 9 7 40 Si 7 30 Â¬ Â¬ auosurioejxow THE Grease fine Uurry Blaok Hurry and Ooti MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeawax Sorghum Molanes 1 8 - 10am Lv Irvington Ar 1160 Garfield 1205pm Harned 1212 Junction 12 J2 Hardimburg 12 35 Junction 1258 Kirk 10 Jolly 11 810 V a V No t 715 TOO 16 Â¬ WEEKLY LOUISVILLE DISPATCH A STBAIGHT DEMOCRATIC B O SW RY TIIMIIE 2 20 2 30 3 42 3 20 128 135 165 Glcndeane Dempster sr Pallslloughlv Dempster 660- - 264 309 a TBXjEI i Awm vssmtims k VlT ltockvale Ruth Asklns Oaks Mitchell 5 37 6 27 630 620 600 516 608 460 4 41 4 gravn Â¬ B Kan Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Trains leave Louisville as follows o s w ii Air bt WAVriii Louij and the West l Good Neat Printing No 8 2 45pm 1 NEWSPAPER For the Free Coinage of Stive For the Chicago Platfirm For the Democratlo Nominees For the Interest of he Masses All Â¬ Â¬ the Latest Telegraphlo News All the Latest Stats News All the Latest Market Reports Â¬ Correct Market Reports Correct Court Reports Reliable Newt Reports Honeit Editorial Policy LouImII a 3sam lucln all 645am 1155am 603pm Columbus 1115am Jjjpm nojpm 1itIiLurg 0 5pm 7 35am Wsihlngton 0 Jotm ii 10am llalliinore iSopra 750am 1hl aitelphU 1015am 140 pm NewYoik Mjonn 555pm Ar Iloiton a OOpm Q DOl Nraln No 16 has elegant Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Cmclnnail and Drawls room Slwper and a nlng can Cincinnati to Wjihington Baltimore lhilsdelihla and New York without cnangr Tra n No 18 ha elrgant Pullman Parlor Car to 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ArhtLouit Jy Lnuiiville No eo lajoa a 35am a ymimQil5sli MK LVtSSStssUed AaBMfpM9Lr BrlsrL os mm ym vtever JJJMmm FBEMM CoU w 1 reriis CoXcfttiv Tim Weekly Louisville Dispatch AND fjk4 The Breckenridge News ONE YIA for 175 mmMm i ad f Subscribe now and bepin with first issue of the Dispatch which will appear the eeeoad week in April the or J M CH888BR0U0H SeaereJ Passenger AfM CtaisMtl OUo piin lull nfiaW ill fi Hill ilsiisaltiayiii aw VleJee UfrjjUgSfoafitojfofkdUSmigml I fUm BRROKRNRlQQm Mfitf Awarded Highest Honors -- Worlds Fair Â¬ N i w 5r iH d i f William Emhry came down from Har Timbtrlake Is confined to his home In The looking Club dinsburg Saturday He is Solng some New Albany at East Fifth and Spring Tim Ladies Cooking Club had its fifth street with a badly sprained ankle bus meeting with Mrs Dr S S Watklts at invsonry work in that place Janirs Duncan Tar Fork went to talned by a fall her homo In St Hose Court last Wed Guntryvlllr yesterday morning to eeo Elsewhere in this iwue jou will find nesday evening from 8 to 12 It was a liis mother who Is quite ill our clubbing rntts witli tho l oulsvllle colonial affair and all invited guests who The most fastidious person can be Dispatch which makes Its appearance responded to their invitation appeared suited A call Is nil that Is necessary to the necoud week In April It Is to he a in regular coetumrB This nas In honor strong advocate of Free Silver at of Mrs WatRlrs sister Mies Maynie reveal tho fact MIpbc s Calloway Ridgley Grilllth who arrived Tuesday Tutts Liver Pills keep the bow- Â¬ For Sale A good farm saddle and the ratio of 11 to 1 haruets horse Will sell for crbIi or in Tho Lousvllle Golf Club which has ntghl from qllte a stay with relatives at els in natural motion and cleanse Ikpii recently oigantzd in Louisville Arthervllle N O Mhs Grilllth is fortlme lt N Miller Hardinsburg merly from Oneusborobut Is now mak Â¬ the system of all impurities An 8 W Kasoy who has been lu tho city with a capital stock of 000 for the pu ing tills city her home absolute cure for sick headache for quite awhile with relatives returned pfBi of outdoor pleasure ehcted G o Cloverpoits social realm can without dyspepsia C Patton ot this city to fill the ofHc nf to Vine Grove his homo yesterday sour stomach con- Â¬ boasting cay that sho is of tho fairest Do you want a permanent position Vice President for the ensuing year stipation and kindred diseases lffgyag MA faCrzjjiifciirTv type intelligent beautiful and is u most A A Lallelst engineer on the Str with good pay If so write to The MOST PERFECT MADE Cloverport happened to a rather painful lascinating young iai in every way do without them pure Grape Cream of Tartar PnunW Free Hawks Nursery Co Rochester N Y accident yesterday Just as ho started Misses Florence Cottroll ard Mannle bom Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant Miss Patty Anderson of Owensboro White were the deft touchers on the R P Smith Chilcsburg Va to reverse the engine ho caught the mid who is so well known here was among 40 Years the Standard dle finger of his left hand between the piano throughout the entire eveningAt writes I dont know how I could Was the passengers for Louisville Friday loaded down a dozen times with bargains lrom our bargain counters the hour ot 11 tho hostess had a mott bars and cut It off above the first joint Breckenridge News Hon Jack Tindle representative from Mumptuous lunch served on plates to all do without them I have had Still we would have a plenty for you A bright fresh stock Thos McGavock and wife were in town Hancock county is gaining prominence yesterday wo thy ol our fame and above all worthy of our cus- Â¬ Tom sajs Jumping from guests pnsxnt Tho following are the Liver disease for over twenty WEDNE8DAY MAKOII 31 1897 at the special session of the L gislalure names of tlioio present with mention of Is not all sun tho hills Into the valleys tomers now ready for your inspection years Am now entirely cured Pare rose comb brown L ghorn and shine and easy sailing It Is the first their costumes LOCAL BREVITIES H Watkins represented Martha Mrs S light Brahma epgs 60 cents and 1 00 per time Tom has run up against a fl od a Washington lu black setting J Scott Vance Cloverport little disfigured ho but still In the silk Dr S S purple andGeorge braidedÂ¬ sajs Watklnp Now wall paper at T F Sawyers Wash Ky fight Going to Owensboro ington in full colonial dress Misses llruslies brushes Short A Haynes Miss Floreuco Lewis who sprained Uucle Bob Smith of Irvlngton Georgio White white swis Margaret A M Sperlnlendent McCracken Fresh vegetables to day F N DHuy tier ankle by falling down the steps at wants some reader of the News to tell Uowmer white tissue bodice and silk passenger agent II 0 Mordue and her home sometlmo ago is now able to him when it is tlie light of the moon New line of wall paper at Babbages eklrt Betlie Bowmer black silk Lizzie J G Harris bookeeper at tlie rhnps bo out on crutches and when the dark of the moon If Sklllman white organdy Alliene Mur- - who represent the Spottsvillo Gravel Will send thrills of joy and gladness into the hearts of the early Sprinj All sorts of brushes Short Hayens Friday evening at 7 U0 oclock the any reader knows and will give Uncle time purchaser Carpets such a display Matting wonderful Qus Gibson went to Stephensport Sun Randall black Company with a committee of the City ray white muslin Epworth League will hold their monthly Hob the desired information we will day cloth Lula Owen ancient chocolate silk Council of Louisville were on the pridesigns economical in prices Pritty floor coverings business meeting All members of the print it Walter Smart went to Louisville Sun Â¬ and black Jennie Wat field wore green vate car Katie last week going to that will make the dullest room bright and cheerful League please bo there Silas Hughes of Lxlncton but who brocaded si k about 75 years old Maymo Owensboro They stopped off there to day The sunshine of spring lias touched our Dry Xhe remains of Mrs Gregory wife of lately been residing with his sister Griffith white saitn empire elab rately inspect Third street in that city Spring Millinery The Misses Callo- Â¬ Goods department bright and cheerful Ernest Gregory who died at Now Mrs James Winchell of Toblnsport Ind which was made of Spottsville gravel way trimmed with pearls Mesdames W G decorations greet you Soon the sew Â¬ Ills Smart ancient black cloth J II Row Â¬ last fall From thero they went to Mrs Annie Newsom has been quite Albany Ind last week were brought died Sunday morning at 4 oclock here for interment Thursday death was due to old age He was sixty land black silk G W Short black crepe fcpottavllle The board of public works ing machines will be humming sick The womens favorite paper the Soon the streets will be full Waggoner and Chas Smart ship Â¬ five years of age and was well liked by and kerchief Dr F M Smith black are contemplating using Borne on the LL Nkws silk and lace F J Ferry grey J A Louisville boulevards as it is a much ped by boat Sunday a lot of hogs and everyone that knew him of pretty girls wealing Three nice rooms to rent apply at this tobacco to Louisville They got the top II O Mordue General Passenger Murray lavender watered silk with black better and cheaper material than they pretty dresses that olllco Agent of the Toxas has issued an order lace diamonds and pearls C B Skill have heretofore used The News wlshfB of the market for their hogs 4 cents came from that the company may be succefsful In See our brush show window Short Misses Mamie Cosby Young of Evans that hereafter a rate of ten cents will be man grey cloth A B Sklllman black securing the contract B Randall black Haynes Messrs C W ville Ind and Eve Young of Morgan charged for all passengers going between J Lace curtains 25 cents a pair Home field arrived in tho city Sunday to he shops and satlon in this city He says Moorman J II Rowland F J Ferry Ollle Tousey Knocked Out on the Second Lnuudry the tiavel has been so great that it inter- A B Skillman J T Sklllman F M with their sister Mrs O B Sklllman Round C V Moorman went to Louisyille Smith O B Skillman G W Short feres with the business of the Msi Randal a charming young lady delft a trains and besides lays company Fred Fraz E 0 Babbage C W Moor Â¬ Ollio Tousey lias developed into regu Monday the comwho made a host of friends while visit- Â¬ The mighty Ohio at last Is rapidly ing Mr aud Mrs J B Randall left last pany liable for any accident that might man Jr Walter Smart Jas R Skill lar pugilistic fame He received a pair mau W S B rwmer W Victor Bowmer of boxing gloves yesterday morning to occur receding Fiiday for her home in Athens Ohio J R Mercer Ross ta and J R Mc Roy Heyser Chas White all were in full hold a live round contest with W 0 AlFreight businets on tho Texas Is Quarterly meeting services were held Galin Harned were passengers for Lou- Â¬ dress Messrs Newman Birk and Arch len As neither one aro in practice they increasing iu the M E church Saturday and Sun Smith of Owensboro were present iu have not set tho day for the llijlit Mr All periodicals for April have arrived day morning Dr Hayes the Presiding isville Monday Mr Mercer has secured full lrc hi The hostess with iter sister 13 L Perkins Tie Inspector for the Tex the contract for building a Methodist Babbagws Elder delivered two excellent sermons IRS at Rosetta and will begin work are to be complimented upon the elegant as was in tlie dpnt yesterday morning church Good wall papor 2 J cents single roll Yat b Yeager A Co who have been at once The good people of Rosetta maimer in which they entertained their and found out that the gloves had arT F Sawyer in the mercantile business at Leitch have been struggling a long timo for a guests and made the evening a most rived Tousey proposed that he put them on and stand before him Mr and Mrs John Pauley went to field for tho past seventeen yean have church houso and the News is glad they pleasant one for all present lie did so and In the second round gave Tousey closed out their business interests to other aro soon to have their hopes realized Holts Sunday one of Fitzaimmons knock outs sending E9 Louisville Live Stock Market Prices Floating Opera passed up tho parties The building will be a frame 30x50 Tousey almost through tho windows river last Friday Jacob L Miller former merchant in Louisville Ky March 29 Cattle Mrs Thomas and her daughter Mips Â¬ Jerry Tilford was reported much bet Â¬ this city arrived here Saturday He is Thomas of Lansing Mich guests and Receipts of cattle were about 1 200 head Tousey has decided not to hold the connow Jiving in New Albany Ind Mr friends of Mr C P Bush accompanied of good quality being mostly butcher test with Allen ter last Monday past him to this city on the Katie last steers of desirable grades Tlie supply Glint Adkitson of Lodiburg was in Miller has not been hore for the five years Wednesday They spent tiie day at the moved slowly at prices which were firm the city Saturday S G Shelley will preach at Holt Sat- Â¬ Heyser House and in the afternoon were and generally 10c higher than last week Sam Porter has rented a portion of the urday evening at 7 SO oclock and Sun Â¬ entertained by Mrs J D Babbage at while some grades sold at 2oc advance McPuereon house day morning at 11 oclock and at the her home assisted by Mrs F J Ferry Butcher cows and butcher heifers were FOR Pauls writing lluid the greatest ink of Elm Street Methodist church at 7 50 in The ladles were well pleased with their very scarce and ruled steady at 200 n 0 the age Uabbaes 3 50375 respectively the evening visit and delighted with our beautiful 3 50 and Feeders are steady and unchanged CLOVKIiPOIlT KY Jr Milton Board Hardinsburg was Mrs Jonas Lyons and children Irv Southland Stockeis bulls and oxen wore 10c higher in Louisville Monday ington went to Buras Saturday to visit The Fordsville Express says While T t Vocal and instrumental sheet music her parents Mr and Mrs Thos Davis Mr J J Tiford was having a number The market closed with the yard about for ten cents at Babbagesn and attend the marriage of her biothcr of teeth extracted by Dr Haynes he cleared Both local buyers and shippers suddently became unnorved and was were in forsupplits A Bishop of Ulrica N Y spent Robt Davis Dr Calves Prices for calves ranged from Saturday and Sunday here Mr and Mrs Will Mattingly and little taken with the cramp He was in a 0U0 UU Tlie supply which was daughter Agnetta who have been visit- very serious condition Wednesday night light for Monday Miss Kuth Sterrett of Sklllman is the aud of medium qudity ing their parents Mr and Mrs Thomas and is still very sick The number ex- Â¬ moved steadily and of guest of relatives in this city medium quality His many Lewis returned to their home in Har- Â¬ tracted were twenty three moved Bteadily and was cleared Home Laundry will laundry your shirt friends waittd on him and ministered to dinsburg Monday Hogs waists for 10 cents send them in Receipts of hogs were about John Green an old and highly esteem- Â¬ his wants and it will not be long before 8000 head of Inferior quality and conCharles Robertson and Frank Dean ed colored man who lias been seen daily Jerry will be out again 3 sisted very largoly of light weights w of Gieudeane were here last week ao I upon the streets for a number of years X Mr J A Rosa and Miss Annie Bartles Sewing machine needles and supplies died Friday of consumption He was will be married at the residence of the The market opened slow and becamo dull while prlres lost 5c on mediums can now be found at F N DHuys bridea parents this evening at 815 and lights from last weeks prices eixty flve years old Something artistic in bonnets trimmed 1 The recent high water has completely oclock Rev S G Shelloy performing Mediums sold at 3 05 Heaviers were hats ltgliorus Ac MksS Galloway washed away the bottom road between the ceremony Mr Ross is a fireman on unchanged at 4 Pigs and extreme Tho Hawesville Piaindealer is just here and Stephensport Some of the the Texas and came to this city several lights were very dull at quotations entering upon its twenty fifth year bridges along the road aro covered with years ago from Virginia where he is con- Clearances were not made at a late hour nected with some of tho first families in Demand came as usual from packers Fon Sale Extra clean country clover from eight to ten inches of mud Miss Bartles is the and shippers by Addison Dick Addison Ky --U Mr Robert Davis of Buras and Miss Wood couuty seed youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs E M Sheep and Lambs The sheep aud of Brandenburg was Susie Neff of Duncans Valley will be John Baskett Bartles of this city and both are well lamb market was active under light re tlie guest of Alisa Stella Mullen Sunday married this evening at the homo of the known CLOVERPORT KY in society circles The News ceipts and spirited demand for local and StTtMisj Margaret Bowmer and Addie brides father Geo Neff The News ex Â¬ extends cor gratulations Latest Garments from shipping account Prices were steady Bfflfc Louise Babbage went to Louisville Fri Â¬ tends congratulations in advance 1 aud upward in Brown Blue The marketings of and unchanged The columns of a newspaper repre day To Cure A Cold In One Day and Black spring lambs were In and met with a Mrs James G Harris and daughter sent an actual cost value No paper can Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets slow market at 8 0C10 00 as there is Knnglish Worsted Suitings Jennie Mabel went to Louisville Fri Â¬ afford to give free advertising any more All Druggists refund the money if it falls very little demand fur such stock so ear than a merchant can afford to paas dry to Cure 25o For Sale by R A Shell all new nice fitting In this case the other pebble U day ly in thescason The pens were emptied goods or shoes over his couuter for the man Stephet sport Ky New styles new shapes an new col- Â¬ asking by the close The quality of the arrivas THEBLICKENSDERFER Suits for Boys from ors in spring millinery Misses Callowas fair 1 00 to If jou cant pronounce tho name spell tt 800 f Ella Jennings an old colored woman Child Burned to Death way A typewriter visible writing per who was 40 years old dropped dead Fri Â¬ GUSTON One of the most horrible accidents to Knee Pants from 25 cts to 150 The Hub factory near the railroad mouaut alignment infrchangeablo day evening about 4 oclock of common befall a child occurred Saturday morn- Â¬ shops bears this inscription Hotel Du pe direct printing and inking Not heart disease She was on tho street Mrs McCans left for Ekion Monday Special Drives on Jean Pants ing at 0 oclock at the home ot Mr and Bum a toy but a real thing Weight six Thursday and appeared to be iu perfect Mrs Malin Is the guest of Mr It Mrs J L from 50 cts to 1 00 William McGovern Victoria Ky pounds Price 35 00 The Patton Vitrified Brick Company health Mrs McGovern had left the houso for a J Patterson this week WEST VIRGINIA SUPPLY CO had shipped up to Monday 000000 KThe marriage To appr elate our immense stock Pitrce Hardaway went to Louisville of Mr W T Hardin of few moments and while away her little irnrral AprnU for Ky inj W Va brick of Spring Pants you mutt Peliville to Miss Molhe Downs of Duke daughter Mattle attempted to lay a Saturday on a business trip II V Uilcin Loral tcrnt JIG fith it Iou Ky2 Frank Boyd came up from Owenaboro see them Miss Rena Smith went to Irvingtou will be solemlznl in tho Mt Vernon piece of wood on the fire In doing so Sunday to ejind the day with hia church Sunday night Both the con- Â¬ her dress caught Are The fl tmes spread Monday on a business trip family of Brandenburg Miss Lulu Lewi tracting parties are prominent young with such rapidity that the child was We have Just received a nice new stock people E spent a few days with Miss Eva Carri wild with excitement There being no N of sewing machine supplies F EGGS Mr Gus Gibson had a raft of logs in one to assist her she had presence of gan last week DHuy Emmett Shacklett of Louisville visitLeading Shoe Dealer Clover creek Saturday morning there mind to make for a rain barr that was Mr and Mrs Chris Kline returned were thirty iu all He took them to the some distance from the house Upon ed his sister Mrs J T Cundlff several yesterday from a visit to relatives netr short line pier whero they will be sawed reaching it her clothes wero almost days last week TPTTTMftTnW TTV w Mia G W Smith went to Hamilton Fordsville by Herons mill into trestle timber for burned off but sho plunged right into J II Hunsche with Casper May A the Texas tho water extinguishing the blaze Her O last week to visit her daughter Mrs T Mattingly Co of Canneltou made his usual visit Tho Cincinnati Cooperage Company body face and left arm were badly burn- Â¬ J Moorman Hardaway ot Bewleyville Medical aid was immediately sent here Friday lias purchased the tract of timber belong Â¬ ed was in town Sunday looking as sweet DR MENDENHALLS They fjr and with all that could possibly be Mr and Mrs Orville Gregory of Victo ing to the Smart heirellitouRun IMPnOVED done for her she died Monday at 11 and winsome as ever ria spent Sunday with his mother Mrs will at once erect their steam bucker Mrs Baxter and brother Mr Lopp L G Gregory and it is said will get out over a half oclock Sho was iu her seventh year spent tho day in Irvlngton Monday the Mrs A A La Heist and Mies Margaret million slaves guest of Mrs Frank Named For Grandma Tinius spent Sunday in Hawtsville and The following went to Louisville Sat- Â¬ v Miss Lucy Young was given a surprise urday Mrs F J Ferry Mrs S 8 Canneltou lud The littlo one which has come to the party at her home mar Sandy Hill D M Duncan publisher of the Meade Watkins Mrs D R Murray and daugh- Â¬ home of Mr and Mrs L O Taul has Tuesday night Every one had quite an County Mesengtr came down Saturday ter Miss Allene Mr and Mis W O been named in honor of L O Taula enjoyable time CLOVERPORT KY Allen Mrs It N Hudson and James mother but tls said that had the sex returning Sunday Rev Donald Grant filled hia regular been different the youngster would have appointments here Sunday morning and Mrs Alex Boyd and daughter Miss Barnelt Fisher From New Albany items in tho Louis- Â¬ been named William McKIuley in honor Sunday eventrg a yvry good crowd FOB SALE Kate went to Louisville Friday to re Â¬ ville Commercial Friday Rmv I B of President McKInley attended both sermons Ky 500 barrels of ilackit Jiw at StaplieiMport main several days V G 11AII11AGK will bo 10M at a bargain Misses Clara Loeb and Eihel Adklsson Sam Wallop the clever section fore Â¬ Iltrccivcr VhotnU Urn Company and Messrs Kyle Adklsson and Dave man on the Texas spent Sunday most Meyer went to Ekrou Sunday afternoon Brlnf Uut Your Plugs pleasantly at Stauley on a pleasant trip and say they are jlbure will Uevery Trailing at Stephensport Ky lens Mr and Mrs James CoutyLof Skill Saturday ho cemconyvlln at lns Mill going again Youia truly oui p uga man spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs lloraa Trader Speedily relieves and cures Coughs F ank and Gus Lnpp hoarded 13 here Jo Culley lu this city Coldly Consumption Bronchitis Asthma Friday night they will take portions In NOTICE ConduBlf Uelglit had his palaoe car Grippe Hoarseness whooping Cough Dodd Oily Kansa From indications The annual meeting rf tba strcVhnlJrt of the fuHeJ people Into Louisville Ib Friday Croup and all diseases of the lung and one or two of our young ladlis were OqM 1ortune Caa and Mineral Co fur the dec Every ehalr wh taksu tlon ol li ecioja lor the tntulng year will be held respiratory organs prone to part with tin in at the llirckcnrlrfgs Bank on Saturday the loth CURECOrlSTIPATlOrt day of April at p m Im ptfllavu who baa charge of A J Mrs Cale Hawklis of iiar Hardin-buj-PltlOK an niul no Centw FNDIIUV Indent Great stew at IleN mtue Jow to tpad n mruna only ir the guest of her parent this h ALL Sumky wljjt ItU jMtwuto week Mr aad Mrs B A Hardaway It JfOTIOI DR J C MRNDBNHALL TAKE NOTICE All M akraajivt extea fwi havwf rUlms fgIM K tJIr as baa betw geed wblje 1hm Un Haw J K Keith smn EVAN8VHtK IND AH Uo hav any hkLory Syrup and h rtbjr rilJ So pkhIwcmI to limned irW mwi u in tba mauAJt aig l iroat of kfc mtrkh ata my effirr uotiwly imMiiI mi ar Ufrf lb rl boru ujo val orthat weresaaaa Jm nuMiMy kiM baa yiiU4 Ha ad we were glad to faimury will V iHABHAdK iiKr XalMlikattMftM U mUMi Sold by SHORT HATNES iitelUayHtf JH k Hs wJaW Awlgi DR bLOVHRPOR Tutts Pills Â¬ KV Ju 0 Cure All Liver Ills If the Tug Cloverport w CREAM Twenty Years Proof BAMNG POWiflt W ii Cant fl Â¬ Tutts Liver Pills One Spring - Time Peep Â¬ Â¬ K Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SULZERS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ijgiPISl Pure Groceries SUITINGS Of all kinds is what we soil you at remarkably low prices Are you trading with us If not Try us awhile and youll continue GTBSON thereafter MEN anil hoys GREGORY Â¬ Nursery Stock 12000 HIGHLAND NURSERY Â¬ il 1 Â¬ and 4 year old Ben Davis Apple trees at 200 per 100 Peach trees at 500 4000 No per 100 No order accepted for less than 100 trees Address I Â¬ There are other Pebbles on the Beach W BROWN 1 Â¬ SPRING SETTING i MILLINERY Â¬ In all tho newest mm Pure Rose Comb Brown Leghorn and Light Brahma eggs 50 cents and 100 per setting All orders will receive prompt attention - mfoHi New Stock J SCOTT VANCE ARRIVING iNDY CATHARTIC See our Hue 1 ibcaeA Misses p t f I immm m tamma couimDrRttAJ let Mt rt Galloway umliwl plt 8 BRECKENlUDGE ln D TME1 NEWS Q SKLRCBlNIIDam NELWS OLOYRRPORT ON V 4V Blbig9 Edltori tad Proprlttn 31 WEDNESDAY MAIIOII 1897 Uncle Johnathan Discourses and Advises on the State of Politics in Meade He Wants a Better Stato of Morals In a recent issue of the Kditok Nkws Meade County Messenger appeared finite a ealty communication from Mr J T Jones of Ekron I read Ills letter with a good deal of Interest but whllo I ap plaud his ultimate intentions I feel that Ills present purpose Is not quite fo good Yet we quote from his letter He siys It is a very plain fact that there is no use for any man to run for office unless lie is willing to use means that are far beneath the dignity of a gentleman If he dont ho knows at the start that he will be defeated as sure as anyone comes out against him who will use the vile and corrupt means that are being used moro and more every year in this fair land of ours Brother Jones that is saying in bo many words that tho successful candi dates in your recent Democratic primary used corrupt and vile means to win their nominations Did you mean to make such a charge V If the facta are as bad as you represent them and I believe they why do you urge Democratic citi Â¬ are zens of Meade county to rally round the polls at our regular election and vote for every candidate who was nominated Â¬ at the primary Therefore brother Jones I say 1 like not your presentbutyour future purpose only which is to be one of an organization of men who will pledge thews fives by a solemn vow that they will nover under any circumstances whatever vote for or aid in any way to elect any man to ollice who uses any means to influence voters except his own merits You evidently mean that tho organize tion you favor forming shall bind them- Â¬ Notice selves by a solemn vow that shall take Why buy inferior or doubtful brandy effect only after the next election for Apple can be had so you urge all the Democrats to voto for when Burchs Pure conveniently aud so cheap the nominees at the regular election Send C O D Price 2 00 per gallon Now brother Jones why not have W L Buncit jug included these solemn vows take effect at once7 Hhodella Ky Why wait for some future time for these vows to take effect St Paul says Now is the acceptable time now is the day of salvation It is for this reason brother Jones that I think your present intention very defective You surely have not reasoned carefully on the matter or you would not urge men now todo something in tho next election which you i want them to take a solemn vow nover to do in auy future election Dont you rA I see what an awkard position you are putting yoursslf in before the public If voting for men for office who ii9ed The busiest and most useful men that abominable stuff called whiskey are not always exempt from sickness to iulluence voters to give them the nomEspecially arc they liable to be at Â¬ inations is so wicked and heinous an tacked ami completely disabled by that most annoying and painful ailment offence that you would urge men to bind Rheumatism Men m all walks of life themselves by a solemn vow not to do are subject at any time to bo seized it why do you in the same letter urge all with this disease and besides the great Democrats to vote for such men at the bodily pain there lb almost unbearable Â¬ mental anguish at the thought of hav next regular election Will you answer ing ones strength and vigor gradually that question Mr Jones At the same supplanted by a condition of utter Under the effects of time if you can conscientiously urge lielplessiicr the strongest men be- Â¬ Democrats to vote at the regular election Rheumatism come the weakest and the most useful for nominees who won their nomination are robbed of their usefulness by using Mr J A LcSetir lias lived In At- Â¬ that abominable stuff called whiskey why do you want men to bind lanta Ga for years and some of the Â¬ most themselves by a solemn vow not to do prettiest residences and thatsubstan city arc tial business blocks of it in the future monuments to his skill as an architect Certainly you cannot urge your fellow and builder citizens to bind themselves by a solemn vow not to do a thing in future which is all right for them to do now Frankly Mr Jones do you think it is right to sup port men for office even now in this good year of our Lord 1S97 who pro cured their nominations by the lavish use of that abominable stuff called Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mary by deflating ovory man at tho regular election that was nominated In that dlfgraceful cnmpalgu Thai is to eay tills should bo done provided a tick- el Is put up of good men who wouiu scorn to win their election bydebaucL ing the youth and old age of ourcouutry Wo ought to havo 10H men in Meade good and true who will try to wlpo out tho blot on the countys name by defeat Â¬ ing the whole outfit nominated at your recent Democratic whiskey primary Will vou be one of the 1000 brother Jones 7 If not why try to get men to take a vow in the future to do a similar thing Wouldnt It be ft most wholesome ex ample for future campaigns If thesi nom Let us inees should all bo defeated teach them that we do not want drunk ards and bribers made out of our J outh Undoubtedly the standard of public morals should ho elevated in our county our youth should he encouraged to lead lives of industry honesty and souriet J but this cannot be done by electing men to office who do all in their power fo lower the standard of public morals by using corrupt agencies to win their elect-Â¬ Why have our boys taught to be ions sober and honest when wo elevate to places of public trust men who nro guilty of making drunkards worse and moderate drinkers drunkard and start Â¬ ing many of all classes headforemost on If the the downward road to hell shoe dont fit you dont wear It You say you wonder how some of the nominees or perhaps any of them when they are elected how thoy feel when they hold up their right hand ami swear in theprcssnee of God and tho witnesses that may be present at the time that they never used money or any other thing of value directly or indirectly to iulluence voters to vote for them Oh they wont have any twinge of conscience at all Men who will make drunkards of our young men and start many of all classes downward on tho road to hell will not hesitate about such trifles as swearing that they didnt Men who will violate tho laws of God and man to win an election will also violate the laws of God and man to hold the offices Come with us brother Jones and lets defeat the whole outfit at the next regular election Ukcik Johnathan Â¬ Sales Talk rlhVBalcs Talk and ulinw that this medi- With Hoods Saranpa- - i deano Services were conducted at the Christian Church Sunday by Rev Logan Martin John Ryh or Falls of Rough passed through town Saturday going to Owens Â¬ boro returning Sunday tho public and this with Its superlative merit Is why tho people havo Tho following young people spent Sun Â¬ medicinal nbldlng confidence in It and buy day at Narrow tho guest of Miss Myrtle Graham Miip s Anna Tetty Clara Cecil Sar Â¬ Davlxson Vary Westerfleld gent Florence Taber Messrs Mack Suilth John Hayes Wllllo Camp Rich Â¬ ard Neel and Mack Wise They left on the 12 oclock train and returned at 830 Part of them enjoyed a boat ride on the Almost to the exclusion of nil others Try It baik water of Rough Creek An excel Â¬ 1 Hood Co taw ell Mas rrepircil only by 0 lent dinner was served at 2 oclock which aro tho only Mils to tajco was enjoyed by all HOOCI S PlllS with Hoods Barsaparllla Â¬ clno has enjoyed publia cohfldenco and pntronago to a greater extent than accord Â¬ This ed any other proprietary medicine Is simply becauso it possesses greater merit and produces greater cures than nny other It is not what wo say but what Hoods Barsaparllla docs that tells tho story All advertisements of Hoods Barsaparllla llko Hoods Barsaparllla it Wo havo nover deceived self aro honest Mies Mvrtle Graham of Narrows is Visiting Mrs Reynolds Mise Mlnnlo Burns returned from tho Falls of Rough this week Prof Crowe anJ Mr Miller ot Hart foid were in town Friday and Saturday of Owensboro passed Tom Owen through town enroute home from Glen HER DOCTORS ADVICE The Demand Becomes a Well Woman by Taking For Fine Stationery Paines Celery Compound From Ladles is great Wc have spared no money nor time to meet this demand The selection of our Wc line cant be bent anywhere show you Hoods Sarsaparilla JNew York Times At Reasonable Prices- i i vX 1 An elegant assortment of box paper quire paper such as Cranes Bond in all the latest colors SEE US line is a beuaty ANION M Our How prosperity May B8 Regained My most trusted counEol is Time is a phrase attributed to the wise old man who Is now the head of the Roman Catholic Church Certainly it is a coun- Â¬ selor whose judgement may well bo taken when the facta aro clear and tho Mlffii Â¬ lemnan bill Â¬ w hlskey 7 I dont believe you intend to take tho position that it would be a vice to do at some future time what you hold it to be a virtue and a duty to do now You say Why ita n shame and a disgrace to any part of any country to have such a campaign as we have had in this country in the last threo or four weeks Indeed it is brother Jones Yet you urge the Democrats to rally round the polls and elect men to office who uiado such a shameful and disgrace ful campaign You say It dont sound much like hard times when we hear of the amount of money that has been used shall I say to secure votes Yes I say to iulluence voters and I say it without fear of successful contradiction Yes by all means whoop em boys rally round tho polls and elect for your county officers for the next four years the men who won their nomina tlonsby using money chiefly In whis Â¬ key and debauching and demoralizing our people II But at the same time re solve that you will take a solemn vow never todo bo again Yes whoop em up boys rally round tho polls and elect to office a lot of men whowon their nominations In a campaign which thoy themselves conducted that has made drunkards worse If possible and many moderate drinkers drunkards and that lias started many of all classes on the road to ruin degredatlon poverty and to be plunged headforemost into hell I but take a solemn vow you will never do It again Brother Jones I wish your purpose was as good for the present aa it is for the future I wonld applaud your resolu tion doubly if it were You want an organization of 100 of tho best citizens of Meade to band themselves together for purpose of reform in tho future but Mr Jones we need COO true men now who will try to redeem old Meade from tft dtogracu of the recent whiskey pri Â¬ 1 Â¬ decision definite Nearly twenty years ongrees ago there was pending in the of the United States a bill for the free and unlimited coinage of silver at the ratio with gold of 1C to 1 The country was still under the heavy burden of the crash of 18711 and the advocates of this bill Republicans as well as Democrats tiged that relief from that burden was to be had only by providing moro mon Â¬ New York was at that timo repio ey scnted in the Hi us i in part by the Hon A S Hewitt He opposed the bill with all his characteristic energy breadth and seriousness ami in doing so discussed How prosperity the general problem To day the country may be regained is under the buiden of another and morn crushif g financial crash Tho Congress meets to morrow to resume tho study of that simo problem Though the remedy proposed is no longer inflation it is well worth while to view the statement ot Mr Hewitt at that time to test the sound ness of the views lie then held and still holds in common with tho sound money Demociats of today by what has since happened and to take tho advice of the trusted counselor Time as to their bearing on the present situation Of the Free Coinage bill Mr Hewitt predicted and the prediction waa true though the bill was modified I wish to put it on record that it will intensity and aggravate the prevalent distress I go further and say that recovery from distress will be impossible until this bill Gold is swept from tho statute book can no more be made and silver permanently Interchangi able upon a fixed ratio of value than can cotton and wool or iron and pork or fbur and to-Â¬ bacco or any other sommoJities the val- Â¬ ue of which fluctuates from day to day according to time and seasons and the law of demand and supply I he so called bimetallism would be no remedy because it did not touch the causes Theto were then what they are now First overexpenditure and second the fact that we have no access to the markets of the world for anything but our raw products And the chief real remedy Mr Hewitt declared was then what it still must be removing the obstructions which by legislation we have put in the way of the sale of our manu- Â¬ factured products in foreign markets The object to bo aimed at sjld Mr Hewitt is to secure and control the for- Â¬ eign market to take that place in the foreign commerce of the world which is now filled by Great Britain Nature lias clearly indicated that the commerce of the world will be as largely controlled in the future by the United States as now it is by Great Britain Alter a ceutury of development we are able to supply all that we need of every staple article for our own wantB and we have a surplus which we mustsell elsewhere To accomplish this we must havo first the single gold standard and the confidence of the world that it will be unfal teringly maintained Second tho utmost economy in our National expenditures Third tho greatest practicable freedom of commerce witli all parts of the world That is a viow as just to day as it was twenty years ago Â¬ Â¬ From Cripple Creek After the big fire in Cripple Creek I took a very severe cold and tried many remedies without help the cold only be- Â¬ coming more settled After using three small bottles of Chamberlains Cough Remedy both tho cough and cold left me and In this altitude it takes a meritorious cough remedy to do any good G B Henderson editor Daily Adver- Â¬ tiser For sale by A R Fisher Drug gist Â¬ KINCHELOE KY HABDINSBUaq FARMERS I have concluded to purchase 50000 lbs more of tobacco Far- Â¬ mers who have large crops will please bring samples to me at once J B PACE Jr CLOVERPORT KY FALLS OF ROUGH Held oerfrom lait week Mr Caa Rhodes of Glendeane is very ill W II Chambllss contlnurs to improve in health Miss Fannie Green has lately finished her school at Rock Vale M W Stone lost a fine young heifer last week from eating tobacco Miss Bell Divlson was the guest of Mrs Warren Eskridgo last Sunday Mr Stevens has quite lecovered and resumed his position on the section Mrs W II Chambllss waa the guett of Mis M W Stone one day last week Little Misses Mamie and Jessie Stone were guests of tho Mipses Cbamblis last Monday MissMolllo Owen of Glendeane was visiting her daughter Mrs Joe Howard of Rock Vale the past week Misses Lillian and Tillie Stono were real sick for several days but thoy are ablo to bo out again at this writing Miss Nannie Fisher of Rock Vale was the guest of Miss Bessie Moorman of Glendeane last Sunday returning Monday Sho was the guest of Mrs Dr Dempster We think Rob McGregor a sweet little story Yes I think most any of us may he acquainted with a Topmark or if not wo do know a Mrs Winfold and her sweet and oiled tongued Alice and pos- Â¬ sibly their dupe One 11 od barelv sudsides till another one is on The river and creekB and every little rill from the cliffe and hill sides presents a madly rushing torrent while tho valleys and low lands are sub Â¬ merged from hill to hill and still raining Mias Mary Peyton was kept at home from school several days during the re Â¬ cent flood on account of the water being so high site could not reach Glendeane We had no train for several dayB on ac- Â¬ count of the track and some of the bridgi s being flooded but we sincerely hope tho water may not riso bo high thin time as it is a great inconvenience to do without the mall so long Ff- Mrs O O Newcomb of St Louis finds Mrs Newcomb writing frpm her home I was herself a now woman in the beat sense 2205 Market St St Louis says taken with a heavy cold which I neglect- Â¬ of tho word An invalid woman is always a sad ed and pleurisy set in Then I was in bed for several weeks When I recov- Â¬ sight sadder even than that of an invaered so I could get up I had that tired lid man because of her greater capacity feeling and was never very well My for Buffering Neuralgia backaches fitaof deprerslon doctor told me to take Ialnes celery com pound so I got a bottlo and have taken and headaches compel her to think or it I feel much better than I havo for work with half her brain while tho oth- Â¬ months I was nervous and could not er half throbs as if it would go to pieces sleep at night Now I rest esy sleep There aro no more striking examples of well eat well and will say that Paines tho great practical value of Paines cel- Â¬ celery compound has really made me a ery compound than are heard from the new woman lips of women who have been made well Â¬ Must be Downed High Prices must go or The House Upholding Them We Palnas celery compound h used by physicians in their own horns s as well as prescribed to patients suffering from ner- Â¬ vous diseasep sleeplessness neuralgin rheumatism and a run down condition It is within the reach of every one Its ability to relieve those ills that seem to be peculiarly the misfortune of women is overwhelmingly proven by in Â¬ numerable testimonials from women of the highest standing in the communities where they live have declared war against High Priced Groceries Clothing Dry Goods Boots and Shoes Hats Wall Paper Carpets Matting Trunks Oil Cloths and c We are deter- Â¬ mined to place beforo the Pub- Â¬ lic the lowest priced goods they have ever had occa- Â¬ sion to look at We htf e prepared for an- Â¬ other busy Beason Read our impres- Â¬ sive bargain llt and bear in mind Market price for f We Will Pay the Highest WOOL EGGS CHICKENS and all COUNTRY PRODUCE Shirt Walt tetached collar fist coori litest leetes at only New line of Ladlet Spring Capet silk celled anjwhere and at lowest prices joe lined worth twice the money we only nk I150 Uur line of Ladies Fine Druis Uoodi can not be ex- Â¬ 50 pci New Spring Brocaded Diesi Goods Wool filling at J and 15c New Dciign bptlng Iercales at 8 to and u 1000 pair Ladies lllaclc Hose former ptice 15c to close them out quick at only A few mote bales of Hoosier Cotton as long aslilatwilisellat 5ydsforlco A first class 4 4 bleach cotton t only 6c 50 pair new Spring Window Shades complete at 15 8c 4 Z T COX Agent - - Ekron Ky EETOBIBS See our new lino of Ladies Shoes in all tho newshades Ox Blood Chocolate at the right price Ladies op Toe Oiford at 49c new line of Wall Tapers at je to 2oc New Carpets Oil Cloths and Matting on which we can S4vc you money Gents Clay Wonted Suits nicely made at oo See our Imp ofMens all wool Suits at JJ00 which exccll any we cvei had at the price 50 pair Mens well made Jeans Iaots at 50c 25 pair Lace Curtains Taped nice length new Spring pattern at 50c Curtain rolcs and Fixtures 19c juit received Fits fiimfl III Jill jl H W m Pror yr h reeke who makes n specialty ot Epilepsy has without doubt treated and cur- Â¬ ed more cases than any living Physician his success Is astonishing We have heard ot cases ot so years standing uy curou Ho hlm publishes a 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