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BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XVIII will eoiiio CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY learned that there were n great many b fiire IB waiting to cms and it will probably bo several days before our turn Our road has been over a prairie to day Wo passed and it was very good through Linden another smalt village and crossed sovcral large creeks on bridges and ferried one It iis foot is better though he Is not yet nble to walk Wo have pitched our camp on tho edge of the prairie in a grove of timber Distance traveled twenty two miles Mny l One or our mules got away last night and Mr Sawyer has bad n chase for it to day He had to go back six miles before he caught her She is so wild and hard to break to work We sent to tho ferry to day to learn when wo could cross and wero Informed that we could not possibly get over be Â¬ fore to morrow or next day Mr Sawyer dislikes having to wait hcrcsolong Ho is anxious to bo traveling all tho time and I prefer it myself We have bad more rain to day and the Indications nro that It will continue to night Tho grass is not good here May 10 Sabbath day I have been In bed In my carriage all day for it is very disagreeable out Tho wind commenced blowing at a high rate last night and it has continued to blow a perfect gale ever since Mr Sawyer got up in tho night and pulled tho carriage with mo in it out into tint prairie for fear that timber Â¬ FEBRUARY 14 1894 AN NO 30 OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA Notes From a Journal Kept by Mrs D emocracy J2- America - CLIFTON MILLS J B Olbson is right sick JaboJordon passed through here last Mrs week OLDjIBLE an Garman County in Intl Competitors Puzzled Customers Amazed Never were known to sell goods nt prices wo are selling now i FORMS OP tlOVKHNMKNT Francis noy Sawvor Across tho Plains H in a Jour IV t MAY 9 TO AUGUST 17 1852 Â¬ lie vis 3d and Compiled for the Entertainment of the Readers of the Breckenridge News Since the first peopling of the world tho forms of government have been un dergoing changes Nearly every form lias been tried in almost every country with ever varying success Uepubllcan forms of government have prevailed in Itomo and the greciau states and other places for a timo These have all de Â¬ cayed and gone to pieces partly through their iiuperfcttlons but mostly owing to the encroachments of central power Â¬ i We left Louisville Ky on tho IVith day of April 182 posiengjra on tho steamer Pike No bitiml for St JOllls Mr Sawyer biiwht liis wagon ami two mulca and soino of tho supplies which wo would need on our long and tedious journey acro tho western plains in ixnilsville He had bought two more Vh j -- I - r JL r 0 r nuilcs and tho steamer stopped at his farm in Hancock county Ky to take these animals aboard At St Louia wo changed on to a small Missouri river steamboat and caino up that river to St Joeph Here it was necessary to lay in the remainder of our supplies so Mr Sawyer bought a slngle horso car riHgo for my use and oni more mule There are four persons in our company Mr Sawyer mid myself and two young men Burk Hall and Benjamin Sampson from Hancock county Ky Mr Samp Â¬ son is my cousin He is a consumptive and is going out hoping that the trio may benefit his health These gentle- Â¬ man pay my husband for the expense of their trip and he furnishes everything except ono mule bought by Hurk Hall This is not the first trip for Mr Saw yer He was in the- - great California rush of MO and went over with a largo pack train In this train was one wagon loaded with medicine to be used in case of Hicknoss Ho drove this wagon all tho way himself and was thus tho first man who ever drove a wagon over tho Sierra Nevada mountains He knows just what wo will need on this trip and lias made his purchases accordingly Two days after our arriva in St Joseph all the preparations for our long overland journey were completed and we came out and camped six milt s from tho city May 0 Wo left camp this morning and soon found that our road was as hard to travel as the proverbial ono that leads t Jordan Tho mud was so deep and tough that our team of four mules mired down and stuck tight on two different occasions and we were greatly delayed in having to stop and get them out Our progress was very slow Wo passed through Savannah a small village and went into camp one mile and a half beyond that place We intend to travel in Missouri until we reach old Fort Kearney where wo expect to cross tho Missouri river Grass for our mules is very short hero to night Distance travel td to day eiglt miles May 10 We started out this morning with renewed courage hoping that wo might not be visitod by similar trials and difficulties to thoso of yesterday but our hopes and desiics went to nought Our mules mired again before we went far and our progress was much impeded Wo find some very bad branches brooks and ravines to cross It seems that the farmers in this section take no interest in improving their roads and this makes it so disagreeable for emigrants It com- Â¬ menced raining this evening and every Â¬ thing is very gloomy and unpleasant We pitch our ramp by a flowing creek of good water yvhere the grass is very Distaueu plentiful traveled to day twelve miles May 11 We came to the Nodaway a small river before noon to day crobsed tho stream and are in camp on its lank We were informed at the ferry that there was no more grass for n distance of twelve miles and as it is plentiful hero wo want our mules to get a good feed and bo well rested before w start over the long barren stretch Distance traveled teu Jiiles May 12 Wo got alonghvithout much dilllculty to day as our roads aro improv ing somewhat Our way lay over a beautiful prairie My mule and carriage po alougsonce ly and comfortably Sho hover stops for mud holes Sho is tho best animal wo have Mr Sawyer bought her of Dr Scott of Cloverport and she is named for tho Doctors daughter Jennie We have but little grass to night Dis Â¬ tance traveled Twenty miles May 1U Hen Sampson was so unfort- Â¬ unate this morning as to meet witli a painful accident In crossing a deep liol liw ho got bis foot caught between the doubletree and wagon box and tho mem Â¬ Ho has suf Â¬ ber was Boveroly sprained fered greatly all day Wo have had several showers of rain this afternoon but I keep dry and com- Â¬ fortable I sleep in my carriage every night on a feather bed ami am not ex Â¬ Tho posed in any way in bad weather boys sleep either in the wagon or lu the t nt Distance travoled twenty miles f Iy H W arrived within one mile of old Fort KeHrney this evening and Mr Sawyer sent to tho ferry to register To our dlscomforture we lib name fathers would fall on us The men do all the cooking in bad weather though I never have to do any Â¬ thing but make up the bread May 17 Wo are still in camp waiting and watching for our timo to come to cross the Missouri but it seems to bo very uncertain wheulhat will be Mr Sawyer went out hunting this morning and killed a deer This was very acceptable to all of us as fresh meat is quite a treat on n trip like this May 18 Tho wind is blowing very hard to day and tho wnves aro rolling so high in the river that tho ferry cannot run This camp is growing monotonous and we are all so nuxious to get away and continue our journey Up to this timo 000 wagens have crossed tho river here this year May 19 We drove up to the ferrvthis afternoon thinking that probably wo might get over However we soon learn- Â¬ ed that wo would have to content our- Â¬ selves till morning Tho old Fort is on tho opposito side of tho river but there is not much of it left to be seen Tho ferryman has u log cabin hero and keeps some groceiles and whisky to sell at high prices May 20 After having been delayed a week we succeeded in getting safe across tho river this morning And here we make another start on our long jour- Â¬ ney hoping that wo will not again be delayed for so long a time Wo are now in the Indian country and wo suspect that it wiJJ not bo many days beforo wo seo somo of theso wild native We are in camp to night with a small company of emigrants among whom are s veral ladies These liko myself wero all engaged in helping to cook supper and I have no doubt but that they all en- Â¬ joyed it heartily as I did There Is an abundanco of grass Distance traveled sixteen miles May 21 Mr Sawyer was taken sick lost night with a hard chill and be has a high fever to day I feel very uu easy about him and sincerely hope that ho will not have a hard spell of sickness for on tho plains is a bad place to bo sick We lmvo a good supply of all kinds of medicino with us but doctors are very hard to find It began to rain last night and it has continued to pour down nearly all this day We did not leavo camp till nearly oclock this afternoon Distance traveled eight miles May 22 Mr Sawyer Is somo bettor to day and ho hopes to soon be well again We picked some nice prairie pens to- Â¬ day but they can not bo considered as much of a luxury ns they aro only good for making pickets Tho roads aro very good now and wo go along with case making good time Distance traveled twenty six miles CONTINUED NEXT WKKK Wo are prepared to do all kinds of printing Have your Horse and Jack bills done at this ofllco Tin ot VJ hit chancs tflO COMlimptlYO f Is usually y VyO j J r Aim how south many never return 5 sllvol Dr Fenners Vp - Golden Relief taken 7 In 5 drop doses on a Ih wA whoa be taken goes nfiffi L T Mgv u2 iJL I --s Coifstwp tion It bas been stlgmatlted as a cunts cure unjust all core but one disease Tit t INFLAMMATION Hut that appearing In so many forms makes a long list or names It certainly leeks Hke a big jump from corns and felons to consumption But eacb Is Inflammation and InfUamaltea can no more tbrlve under thi application of this remedy than potato bugs can under parts green It kills 1U If no Inflammation then there would be bo consumptions arrest It and you arrest the con Â¬ sumption Mr 8 Ik Ampblett Clearaont South Dakota writes I am a well man and oaaaot say enough In praise ot Golden Relief Took it as directed In two weeks cough had oeaseJ and throat trouble of years staadtaa disap Â¬ peared The Golden RclM U all you claim for It I could tell of other wonderful ourso This Ls the brief tale of a man who bad had the Beetle flush and was about to take the last ebaase Instead of Volet south he was Induced to use To day Golden Relief Re did not go south be is a well man Try It If not satisfied with results mosey refunded No uaroete no mineral poisons in it Safe and certain Nerer dlsappotaui use tablespeoBful cures LaQrippe Take a bottle home to aay It dates to Tbatts and wealth have thoy been chnnged till now most of tho world is governed by absolute sovereigns Theso rulers make laws for themselves and construe and execute them at their individual pleasure In Great Britain and a few others tho regal power is restrained by legishittlvo ntithority which Is in fact elective by tho people A purely Democratic form of government like that one existing in Athens is impracticable in a country like ours Tho people cannot all assemble to make the laws and act upon questions as they may arise and such n government can only exist in small independent communities Kven where it has been tried its workings nro open to much adverse crit- Â¬ icism Large multitudes of men are too often swayed by passion and popular ap peals instead of being controlled by A government of reason and n flection this form when urged on by excitement plays the tjrant without restraint or remedy Tho populous is ready to bo head a Demosthenes to day and weep oer tils tomb to morrow In this our own country we Bet the first example of written constitutions conferring upon the majority with cer Â¬ tain limitations full power to govern through representatives chosen by tho people Although not free from defects this is the best form of government yet devised by innn It is deliberative Ample timo is allowed the elector in se- Â¬ lecting tils agouts Theso agonts are accountable to the people for the manner in which they perform their duties Tho representatives have the benefit of full discussion before they act or make n law They are held responsible for their notions Broad errors will defeat their prospvets for future service or hopo of promotion Both tho people nnd tho representatives act with more delibera- Â¬ tion than large masses of men who neither owe nor feel responsibility to any one for anything their interest or passion may induce them to do Under our written constitutions both tho people nnd tho representatives aro restrained and confined in the exercise of their powers to such matters as they can act upon intelligently nnd success- Â¬ fully for tho public good Under the state governments the legislative power is so distributed as to prevent combina- Â¬ tions or indiscreet or excited or local action The members of the most nu- Â¬ merous branch of our legislative bodies are selected from limited territories nnd for short periods while thoso of tho least numerous branch aro chosen from larger territories nnd for longer terms Tho Chief Magistrate who is armed with tho veto power is selected from the whole state Local feelings short- Â¬ lived excitements and combinations can hardly oxtend to all The action of each is a check upon tho other and tends to secure the thoughtful and wiso action of all The national Government it clothed with large powers carved out of thoso once belonging to each state These powers have been surrendered by the several States for tho common good of all Ono branch of its Legislature is elected by tho people every two years from a limited territory by nearly uni- Â¬ versal suffrage Tho other branch is elected by the sovcral Stato Legislatures representatives of ttio people but not by the people direct for n term of six years Tills branch has tho same functions witli ono exception as tho moro numer- Â¬ ous branch nnd oxerciscs an advisory limitation upon tho treaty making nnd appointing powers ot tho Executive The President is clothed with a limited veto power which strongly tonds to pre Â¬ vent hasty and ill advised action of tho two Houses Under both Stato and national Governments a judicial depart ment is established before which all questions of legal right and constitutional power can bo deliberately contested When the law makiug power lias ex Â¬ ceeded tho boundries ot Its authority this judicial department declares the enactments null nnd void Under both National ami Stato constitutions tho powers of tho Chief Executive and all subordinate officials down to a country magistrate aro carefully hedged about with the view of securing to the citizen every right to which lie is entitled Ah defects aro discovered new remedies aro devised and applied to secure the inde Â¬ pendence ot man If with all theso precautions wrong creeps In It Is moio likely to bo thofatilto tho agent than of the system We cannot expect per- Â¬ fection In either but when compared with others It is very apparent that our system ot government is the best on earth o day or that has ever existed for securing the individual liberties of mankind Old Timkk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Let us hnve some more of your Florida weather There Is n noteablc amount of improve- Â¬ ment going on in this vicinity Wnlter Dye who has been sick quite a while is expected to die at any time Bate Herndon nnd John Wimp wero in town last week hog buying Bate says he is a candidate for magistrate Peter Jackson Corbctt Lyons was in town last week swapping jokes Pete Is in tho pink of condition nnd confident of knocking his opponents out We in Â¬ formed him that tho Republican Athletic Club would challenge the winner for a fight to n finish without gloves next November Wo nro not ready for compulsory edu- Â¬ cation yet although we admit the necessity of it But owing to the mountain ous nnd sparsely settled country it wouldnt be a success Give us better school houses more efficient teachers and repeal that sweet cented map and chnrt law and then tho parents who do not send their children to school mo ig norant of their duty wi nniinvi That Jesse Payne has a walk over for the school In this district next session if he wants It That John Yates will build a new dwelling within tho present year That the dt vil chuckleB witli delight when a weak kneed nuinbergets drunk or a weak minded member profeeses Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It Is Owned by John Sclimit aflotl Perry I Martin Luthers Translation and Is Ono Hundred and Thirty Years A MINUTE Old I RICOFST CRASM Wc ever had in reducing prices OVERCOATS MTTgT S GO 1 DESCRIPTION Prices will drive them 1000 Mit Editoh ToniNsrouT Ivi Feb12 I saw In a recent Issue of tho Niws an account of tho oldest book in the world which certainly is very old and now ns I have just seen an old book I would like if you will give space to tell you something about It Back in this county Peiry about twelve miles from here there lives nn aged Germnn by tho name of John Sehmit who has a copy of tho lliblo in his possession that is ono hundred nnd thirty one years old It is a huge volume having as it does seventeen hun dred nnd forty one pages of reading mas- Â¬ ter besides twenty llvo pages of Index Its length is fifteen and one fourth inches Its width niuu and three fourth inches and is five and one half Inches thick Its lids are ono inch largr each way and one half inch thick Its wtightis Â¬ 750 for Overcoats worth SI 600 650 498 448 348 248 1800 1250 1000 50 0OO O good speculation for anyone if you dont need them nt present it will pay you to lay them aside until next season First como first served Come early to avoid the rush A 700 The Cash Knrgnin Store Geo Yeakel Co BRANDENBURG KY sixteen pounds Tho litis aro made of some sort of soft wood one half inch thick beveled at the edges and are covered with sheep or goat skin and were onro hung by hiugs It can bo discerned that it was once a gilt edged book but ago has about obliterated all of that and t trangu as it may seem thero is uot n single page gone from be tween its gigantic lids It does not show that it has ever been read very much as its pages are not soiled save that tho edges are smoked until they aro quite Â¬ snnetitleatioti That tho Park Uemedy Co ad is very appropriately placed in the advertising columns of the Niiws That S C Dowell of Guston was hero last week trying to entieo our Doctor to go there That the slick tongue gentleman that tried to work the imposition on the school trustees would rather Ed Porter Thompson had not brown made his statement It is Martin Iutlit rs translation from the original Greek into tho German It is because persons who once try Dr language nnd this copy was printed in Bulls Cough Syrup always buy it again A D 17111 as tho dates on the front leaf that its sales have become so enormous show Tho success of this great remedy in curIt was sold by John Andrea in Ander Â¬ ing cold cough croup nnd sore throat is sons book store Nurnburg Germany simply marvelous Nothing is known of its early history as its present owner has had It in his RAYMOND possession but thirty years It contains Born to tho wifo of Sandy Hendry n no family record by which to designate its former owner and Mr Sclimit kiu ws girl Jan 0 nothing of its former owners savo only Born to tho wifo of Tom Chappcll n that it once belonged to somo of tho girl Jan 24 11 has no Connors near Koine Intl Edgar Adkisson went to Holt on busi Â¬ name or mark in any way by which to ness Thursday tell anything about it so its history will Miss Laura French Is visiting Miss never bo known to nny ouo now living Nellie Shaw this week C6ltlSDilONliNT Tho County Surveyor has been here Look out for counterfeits Seo that you surveying land for Mr Knott get tho genuine Salvation Oill Do not Misses Jnnie and Cora Hendry attend Â¬ somethUig jubt ed a concert at Sirocco last Friday night let the dealer sell you as good but insist upon getting the Mr Bloom Parr and wifo are visiting genuine with the Bulls Head trade relatives and friends at Cunninghams mark on the wrapper Bottom A Swedish Dairy Device John Brown has moved to J B Heads place to live this year J 11 is going to Au interesting sight in thu working crop with his brother Will dairy at the Worlds Fair was a trial test Miss Lillio Avitt is going to start to of tho butter accumulator sent to tho Hardinsburg to school shortly We aro Fair by tho Swecdish Cream and Butter Separator Company It was tho first exsorry to be deprived of her society Misses Nettio Cashman nnd Samantha hibition in public of this new addition to ltaisor went to Brandenburg Tuesday to dairy machinery Tho principle of tho get some particular wearing apparel at machine is that of separating tho cream by centrifugal force but in this instance least we think for a particular occasion said to bo in a far moro effectual manner Saturday and Sunday is our regular than is common in machines constructed days for preaching at this place Broth- Â¬ on a liko principle A quantity of butter- Â¬ er Martin our pastor is an able minister milk from tho butter tests of tho same will be of the gospel and we hopo there day were run through the accumulator a great deal of good done through his in- Â¬ with tho result that a half pound of but- Â¬ strumentality ter was obtained thus showing the effi ciency of tho accumulator over tbo ordi Â¬ It Cures nary method of churning Ono afterCough ParksSyrup cures Colds noon 100 pounds of milk at tho low tem Â¬ Cough CoughsCroup nnd Whooping perature of 55 was run through tho ma The standard home remedy in thousands chino nnd the butter separated rapidly of families for ull lung diseases AK from tho milk Although no award was Fisher druggist asslgndd for any thing in this class tho butter accumulator was given a special ROCKY RUN first premium certificate Philadelphia Sam May is having a kitchen Ledger Mr built Mr O F Davis editor of tho Bloom Born to tho wife of Mr S T Mny a Hold Iown I can Fanner says girl Jan 2 Â¬ Tho health of tho neighborhood is recommend Chamberlains Cough Rem edy to all sufferers with colds nnd croup generally good I lmvo used it in my family for tho past Mrs John Miller ls siidcring Intensely two years and lmvo found it tho best I with a cancer of the throat oyor used for tho purposes for which it Mr Frank Jarboo entertained sovcral is intended CO cent bottles tor sale by of Ids friends a few nights since A It Fisher Clovorport and Klncheloo Meador Hardinsburg Mr Hubert DeJornette has a position in Mr Barnoy Squires warehouse A New Peaoh Mies Katie Board of Garfield has been Mr D L Talbot of ElizabethtownKy the guest of Miss Josle Pato for tho past has originated a Into October peach that week Mrs Will Elder died at her home Sun- Â¬ is pronounced by experienced horticulday We oxtend onr sympathy to her turists to bo tho finest late peach on earth It is a beautiful cling seedling mourning friends fine size and color and a most delicious It seems as though tho attraction for eating peach Mr Talbot has a small Mr Will Adkisson up the Hardinsburg number of trees now ready for setting road has ceased Wo wonder what tho which ho hits reduced In price from one obstacle is dollar to fifty cents each nnd is ready to Mis1 Becrn Wilson closed her school fill orders at unco hero last Tuesday The overcisea were ot tho bcBt selections and were very in teresting and entertaining Hani pies and Book How to Miss Bccca Wilson left for her home ut riper maliea khhk Rail Hardinsburg last Saturday to tho regret Im llsndioiiie Paper 3v of her mapy friends She will be greatly Ollt Paper He missed In this vicinity especially by Qllt Paper 10c some Would that I could draw a pict Â¬ Emboid Oold13c pln lloriUr Sc yd Mothers should remember when a ure that would represent a curtain yowig oln Ollt 1c yd physician cannot be procured that Ayers man at Bethel noxt Sunday looking line IVtontanus promptly relieves tho somo ono lost and not knowing where Cherry Pectoral eroup to look to find himself JHtalUo Iblf ptpcr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ m Chas IssiBsssssssssssssUI 0 T Skillman ALL KINDS OF H INSURANCE Sales Have Commenced With Us T H H B sssssssssssssssssssssssfl Closing Out By mutual agreement wo are closing out our entire stock of Merchandise to dissolve partnership and by this transaction we propose to give our old friends and customers the benefit of our entire stock at cost We have a full line of everything kept by a So if you have a Dime or a Country Store S10 bill tc spend now is your timo to get your bargains Oomo and seo us quick Â¬ M MEYEE CO Buras Ky Next Week Wo will lmvo our immense slock of Clothing opened and ready for inspection Dont fail to como in and look through tho handsomest lino of Clothing Wo can lit anybody no matter how largo or You over saw in town small how short or tall how fat or slim we can work you in to this And this is not all wo lmvo Wo lmvo beautiful lino of Clothing Brown Cottons Hoosier Evory day in tho week ut cents per yard C cents per yard Stacko of Ginghams at 5 J My dear Indies ono word to you Wo lmvo tho wondorful Dress Itofoim Corset the only Corsot made with a yoko bust porfect fitting grnceful and stylish has no equal as a dresH reform garment Wo also lmvo C dozen Corsots wo will soil at GO and 75 ccnls ovorywhoro at 00 cts and SI 00 Dont fail to como sold Wo oxtend n standing invitation to overybody to como and seo us Wall Paper H Bring us your buitor eggs chickens lard meat fcathors and a little cash By doing this and trading witli us for ono year you will have saved considorablo money Yours for Business sS1lftSvRobt KAYE HDBEN HARDINSBURG KY -- kjtaj feWv WD 0jjaf-W THE BRROKRNRIDGR Breckenridge Jao D N RW9 Â¬ GIaOVRRPORT KY a difwolute uud blood thirsty Queen whom they had driven from power as un Democntttc and un American and that wo characterlre tho attack of Grovcr Cleveland and W S iresbam upon tho character of Minister Stephens and of our navy as little mean and nasty and in ore in accord with the actions of a cross roads politician than that of thu head of a great government Fourth That wo Invite the of all men rcgardlcus of past party affiliations to join us in our efforts to maintain the diginity honor and su Â¬ premacy of the American citieii nod to uphold Iho lltg of our country against tho world Fifth Resolved that wo indorse tho nominations of this convention as the able representatives of Republican principles News 1 1 HARDINSBURG 1S0I W TIME TABLE ootxo 1111 -- Passenger Dally IlarJlniDurgUU L H UOIKO KAST WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY V CUNNINGHAM pm 0 BaMjage Editor tad Proprlitn FOR COUNTY JUDGE Paiiinger Dally arr IlarJInburu- nulhorlirit tn announce J W JAIl Julian Brown is trying to lcihcnort as n candidate Tor county autijnt to excursion for April Ut he actiun nl he Democratic ptrty Mr John Stitlt has sold bis farm near lo announce Judge J A WK are authorlmlcandidate for County Judge town to Mike Miller for 1000 at a of llrcckcnrldge county subject to the action uf Henry Shrewsbcrry has withdrawn the Democratic party from the constables race in this precinct rrc are authnrlnl to announce KIIJAll Mr Ilerk tho gentleman that is to I nutitjr Judge of llrickcnridce WK are The Yellow Bank Professor Knocks lho Richest Plum In tho Re- Â¬ get up an publican Orchard 740 am Ahl and Millor of Clovorport Got If HOAIID aa 1 candidate fur County Judge Mthjcct to the action of Ihc Dciihn ritk xirty 1 ubject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY CLERK are nitthnrireit toannounie JOSKIK M II MlllKN aucamlldilc tor Imintyjudge uhjtct to the action ol the Denuvratic party 11 All IfK are authorlied to announce V II HAOKaa a candidate for County Judge K if Heavy ovcrshirts and underwear at Ladies shawls 10 per cent less TK are authorized to announce THANK A cost 1II W IN ol the I Imcrport Diitrict at a L -- i t - than cost Witt it Meador it r i ridge County subject to the action ot the Demo Mr Warren May son of Rlclmrri May cralic party of this place left last Thureday for Mon are authorized to announce JOHN K 1 le expects to make his home MUNAltCllof llardiniburj at a candi tana date for re election to the otfice ol ounty Court there Clerk of Jlreckenridge County tubjeel to the Circuit Court was organized Monday nction ol the Democratic party with the following persons as jurymen are authorized to announce JOHN D I1K II 1IKU1KK at a candid He lor County Couit Grinii JtRY J T Skillman Foreman Citrk subject to the action ot the Democratic W J Deane James J V StClair party Smith Mellaril Carman Jr Frank De FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Haven Jas Gray John Alexander Jack AIT Kare authorized to announce II IN It V C Candidate for AKNhlut HuJiun4ia the leiiucrjtic Mattingly Jesse Macy Thos Cart Ezrey AkftCftsor subject to the action ot Lampton Petit Jcky Peter Macy party Deputies Mr Ludwell AdkUon Me phcnport and Hubert Owen Itock ale Arther Manning Samuel Taul Dudley B Haynes ClifTE Pile Gander Black FOR JAILER Isaac Tucker John Bates Ben T McCoy are authorized to announce MIII ON M WK or the llardintburg District ut a James B Briningtoa John Pile Ben E candidate lorjallcrol llicckenrluge count sub Â¬ Chapin Cltarles W Elder G 11 OBry ject to the action of the Democratic part an J S Warren John II Buttler t JV arc authorired toannounce WIIIIAM It l KMIIKVof Cloverport as a candidate for Frank Walker S F Durbin Edward Jailer subject to the action of the Democratic Oglesby Felix Buttler John Alexander party John B tXTK are authorized to announce J M01T Thos Stiff Andrew Crawford V MOIt rON or Itock Ilckiis acamlldtte for Manning Grillin Kascy John Bates Jailer or llrtckenridgc lount subject lo the James Withers Clias Elder Garret Ves action or the Democratic part sels Warren Ford I It E are authorized to announce Ill LYONS oi Miphcnsourt as a candidate for JaMer of Iniktnndge cuunt subject to the Many women find great difficulty in actlion or the Democratic part arranging their hair becomingly because 1Tfire tnthnrized to announce J STlAHT of its harsh and coarse texture B the V Dejllt MI Kasucindidate Jiller ol Itircknride Cnunt Mibjiri to thelr iction of use of Ayerh Hair Vigor tho hair he the Dtinocratit pirt comes soft pliant and glossy Tho Vigor MI ONb yiIas arrniillmrlcilforliilnnniinu Ilrickmridgc is the most cleanly of all hair preparaII a cindidate Jailer of tions county subject to the action of the Deinocraur Â¬ K are authorlted to announce T It IIICX- UIKSONDf Webiter a a candidate for County Court Clerk of llrcckcnrldge county ub ject to the action ol the Democratic party C KICK WK are authorlied to announce a11candidate for or Colon bur at County Court Cltrk ot Ireckcnrldgecouptyiub Jeit to the nction of the Democratic party rl are authorized to announce JISSU It t MlllKIt ul Lloerpott at a candijaic for County Court Clerk of lluckcnrldgc county tub Iprt ti tit nrttni if fho llrmiu ratii nMv I Â¬ Mutt t nespiHr here arrived Saturday lComemlier that cash will buy blankets shawls etc at cost from WlltAMeador Miss Illllo Cooper went to Itock Vale last week to boo her mother who is quite ill Witt it Meador w ill sell you dry goods at cost for cash to make room for new stock In onler to make room for new stock wo will contlnuo our sale at cost for cash What They Asked For Thank You The Rivor Front bwlpos Up tho Earth and Gobblos tho Pilo The Remainder of tho County Can Turn the Stone Whilo This Side Holds on the Ax Witt it Meador Dr J T Baker has moved his ofilco to the room formerly occupied by W K Barnes as a law otlice THE CONVENTION UI JO It tiii Ticiinr A III- JOI TAT I Coroner IHIIIrirU omit- Altoriic Ml AN IATi Sheriff srs MIIIII tlAN Jailer WlllllllKClU Auseosor IIIOS JOltY Snrvejor CUMM I County Jlulcr VfJIIAtl Coil tit y Clerk - w 1 All roads lead to llardiiioburg Mon day if it did rain Bepubhcans rode all the way from one facing the fierce to twenty miles elements to vote for their favorite can didates Nearly four hundred representatives of the party crowded the City Hall and for noise and disorder it would compare favorably w ith any Democratic assemb lage of the kind It was a period in the history of He publicanism in the county that had never before been reached Xever before had Hepublicans become so confident and bold as to meet in an open mass com ention and place a full ticket in tho field under tho name of Republicanism At about BUG p m the convention was called to order by the Chairman of the Count v Cmnmitteo Mr Frank lias Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I0i Mr Ahl was then declared tho nominee for County Judge So far the work of the convention had been greatly impeded by fussing confu sion and noiso in tho rear of tho house and the chairman now appointed five Sergeants at arma and called upon the Marshal of Ilardinshurg to preserve order Now comes tbo fight of the day and the nervousness of tho house shows that the excitement Is intense Tho call Is made for nominations for County Court Mat Shrewsbcrry jdaces the Clerk name of Tulor Beard of Ilardinshurg I ii fine the convention and John P 11ns well jr in it most eloquent ppcech nom inates James Owen Cunningham ot Stephensport The vote as for judge is taken by separating tlio house into two parts and the count gives Cunningham 200 and Beard 101 Pandemonium reigns for many minutes Cunninghams friends crowd around him shake his hand and congratulate him Beard moves to make tho nomination unanimous and the whole convention yells itself hoarse At lnt quiet is n stored and the chair calls for nominations for County Attorney Mr 11 A Oelzj nominated B N Mil- Â¬ ler of Cloverport and Sherman Ball mentioned tho name of Jesse Kskridgo o Ilardinshurg The convention waits while Burton bilks The vote was then taken as before and the count gave Miller 181 and Kskridge liU Miller was then declared the nominee Nominations farShorifi were then call ed for Frank Payne of ClovorKrt witli Silas Pate of Ilardinshurg as de Â¬ puty was placed in nomination by Mr Oele Air Burton then got the ear of the Chair ond commenced pleading for Ilardinshurg stating that tho Cloverport and Union Star Magisterial districts were gobling nil the places and he prayed that other parts of tho county be given some hIiow Ho proposed that Pate bo given tho head of the ticket Burton was followed by others arguing in tho Paynes name was then Etuie direction withdrawn and Pate was made too choice of tho convention for sherilT by acclamation and the selection of de Â¬ puties was left with the county commit- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A COLD SPRING Is what tlio weather doctor say wo nro going to have Winter will long linger in tlio lap of Spring so to gay and you will have to linger in that yhahhylnsl wintorsuit unions you take advantage of r Our Gift Enterprise and buy one of our own mako suits for yourself or son at our present schedule of Panic Prices To every purchaser of a Suit Overcoat or pair of Trousers wo present as a gift our entire profit yen oven more than that you pay less than cost for tho goods Wo aro determined to reduco our stock no matter at what expense to us J T R EsKHiiHyj J Jolly i B GAitnNEit W J PlOOOTT V B BuitTov Convention then adjourned at night NOTK8 t 1 well pirty FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY EKRON P P Archer went to Ixmisvillu Tuesday night Miss Lady Clarkson left hero for Lou- Â¬ isville Tuesday Mr J II Bishop of Haucsville is visiting relatives here Hon Gus W Bichardson went to Louisville Thursday night Sir Thos Boberts returned from Eliabetbtow n Wednesday Miss Bona Shacklctt returned home from IiOuisvillc Tuesday night Mr Burulcc Sliaeklett will open a new black smith shop here next week Mr J W and D 11 Brown went to tauissille Tuesday night to sell their Â¬ WE IOAIDoriIardli1irKaiaciudi date ror reelection to the otlice of County At lorney of llnckcnridgc County action or the Democratic party are authorized to annonncc Judge Mil subjict to the V are authorized to announce of Cloerport asacandldite for County Attrrney of llrtckenridgc County sub Â¬ ject to the action or the Democratic party WE tn FOR SURVEYOR Democratic party II IAlllIM of Clocrport for huneyor ol llrcikcnriuge county subject to the nction of the A SLX PAGES r Â¬ Now let thu Diinocrttic Committee when it meets next Monitay call an old fasliioiiLd Democratic delegate conven- tobacco Mrs Ben Wright returned home from tion and nominate n ticket tlint vs ill Louisville Friday where she has been wipe up the earth with that ticket set up visiting her sister Mrs Higbue for some nt Ilardinshurg last Monday Wo can time Mrs Guedry gave the young folks a loit if the riht kind of men nro put dance at Ekrou Hotel Friday night out which was enjoyed immensely by all present Tin- General Conference of the Metho Mr J T Massey returned homo Fri dist Episcopal church South meets in day from a trip through the western part Memphis nest May of Meade where ho has been selling Srvatoiu Blackburn and Lindsay think fruit trees Mr C D Vreeland who has been vis Â¬ they will securo an extension of the bonded whisky period by an amendment iting his mother Mrs E J Vreeland in the Senate to the Wilson Bill to the returned to his homo in Chicago Wed nesday night eight year period Eld II 11 White of Lcitehfield got a 200000 loss by oirhcre Friday night en route for Higlr Henderson sufll-rc-- l fire last Saturday The lames ate fast land to fill his regular appointment at approaching this unprotected city and that church Saturday and Sunday Gene Guedry has aicepted a position will sweep us from the face of tho earth Wo need some port with Wm Cosier Wholesale Produeoit before we know it Merchants Ixniisville and A good system of Commision of fire protection will leave for that city Sunday night Water Works w ill supply ttiat need Mr Chos Mills met with a very serious accident Friday evening while at Sechetu y Carlisle is right and will work in his clearing Tho wind which receive tho plaudits of honest people was blowing very hard blow a tree down everywhere when ho said I will not nearby where ho was at work falling on let the obligations of tho Government go him hurting him badly Tho particulars to protest as long as there is a dollar in of which we are unable to learn at this Mr Carlisle knows exthe treasury writing actly w hat ho is doing The people may While looking over our last weeks not think so but they will soon learn News we notice tho announcement of that ho is right and his policy is Demo- Mr Peter Lyons for jailer of Brecken cratic ridge county While wo are of Meade county wo have cast our lot with the IniouuationIs given out from good people of Ikron and we feel a great that Hon D II Smith will no interest in this race Wo havo lived by Dis- Â¬ make tho race for Congress in this Mr Lyons for twenty years and can say Others are spoken of as probable trict to all voters in Breckenridge county candidates but no confirmed announcewho may not be personally acquainted ments havo yet been made Tho field is witlt him that they can vote for him Mr Montgomerys alono as jet and it with tho assurance of a conscientious is hardly probable that there will be any gentleman a truc bluo Democrat and a heated contest for tho place man who will fill tho ofilco for which he aspires with credit to himself and his ANYosr who has never had any ex county peiicnco In tho newspaper business for Catarrh would bo surprised to learn of tho many Beware of Ointments whimsical and funny suggestions that That Contain Meroury aro received gratis almost daily us as mercury will surely destroy tho senso to how tho paper should bo run of smell and completely derange tho Some inako ono suggestion and some an- whole system when entering it through other Bonio say do this and some say do tho mucous surfacej Such articles that but the most peculiar request that should never bo used except on pre- Â¬ has eer reached this ofilco is the follow- Â¬ scriptions from reputable physicians as ing the damage thoy w ill do is ten fold to WlDtTin Kl February Sth 1S94 the good you can possibly derive from Iteaic dont send your paper to me any longer them Halls Catarrh Cure manufact- Â¬ Yourt ured by F J Chenoy Jc Co Toledo O W It and is taken Now no never lio l tho least idea of contains no mercury making tho paper any longer It is Just internally acting directly upon tho tho same length now that it always has blood and mucous surfaces of the system been It is true that wo havo thought In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be suro soma of enlarging it but this will bo you get the genuine It is takou inter done cither by adding another coltimu nally and made in Toledo Ohio by F or by making It rcjcularly an clght pago J Cheney t Co Testimonials free issue However it will remain tho saino trSold by Druggists price 75a per bot- Â¬ length 22 Inch columns and continue lo tle be as it is now tho neatest cleanest and LYfiTks Kecdln r tonic or children that want buUdlEg bebt weokly paper published in the State up should take MUOWNrJ 1IION HITTERS of Kontttcky whether Mr Argabright It li pleasant lo Uke cure Malaria loJltea wants it longer or shorter tlou anl Ulllousuesa XV cUs Wi keep lL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AnDA-mio-i- Charles Blanford and Mayor Horace Pcott were placed in nomination for permanent Chairman but instead of a contest for the place Mr Scott positively refused to servo and Mr Blanford was made the unanimous choice of tho convention As ho took tho chair the Honorable gentleman was loudly applauded to which he replied appropriately closing Ids remarks by courteously inviting all Democrats present to take a seat on tho stage This was done to avoid confusion on the floor and to prevent tho possible accident of the noses of Democrats being After tho counted in taking votes sheep had thus been separated from the goats nominations were accepted for permanent Secretary The names of Mierman Ball and B M Jolly wore presented and the ayes gave it to Ball Jolly was then selected Assist Â¬ ant Secretary Preparatfiry to starting to ballot on candidates it was suggested that those taking part in tho balloting should con sider themselves obligated to stand by the action of tho convention and supUp to this time tho port the nominees nervous actions of Viciliinus Basterfield Burton had plainly indicated that ho was freezing to make u speech and this was his opportunity He rose and objected to the suggestion saying that it seemed too Democratic for a B publican to be positively obligated but that ho rather favored that a man ought to consider himself obligated to stand by the action do Hap of the convention but he was not com- Â¬ Wellyou allowed mo two minutes and pelled to do so The chair informed I am going to take up tbo time him that his ideas were in exact accord Â¬ Bang Yoiiaroout of order aud ance with tho motion and as he had un- Â¬ tho gavel left its impression on the loaded himself somewhat he seemed to bo tablu Burton struck his chair again satisfied Tho vote resulted in Dockery getting At a committee meeting in tho fore Â¬ 03 and Taul 33 The other deputy will noon a program was laid down for the bo selected by tho County Committee convention to bo governed byplacing the The candidates for Survoyor wore Dion nomination of County Clerk first on the Jolly and Chintz Hoyalty Jolly got tho list This created a howl in the convennomination tion and Mr Amel Oelz of Cloverport Joe Taul of Ilardinshurg was nommoved that the convention proceed to inated for Coroner by acclamation nominate County Judgo first as that The Commltteo on Resolutions reportoffice always headed every ticket Tho ed the following which were adopted Chair informed the floor that this con- Â¬ Bj it resolved by the Hepublicans of vention was an independent body and Breckenridge county in convention asÂ¬ could do as It pleased regardless of di- Â¬ sembled rections from tho Couuty Committee First That wo reaffirm tho principles Burton continues his speech without of tho Republican party as set forth in listeners tint platform at Minneapolis in 1892 Mr Oel ijs motion canied and the and that in the light of recent events we chair called for nominations for County more than ever pledge ourselves to sup- Â¬ Judge port that principle and policy which has Charles Mattingly of Hardlnsburg mado this our country the grandest na- Â¬ Win Ahl of Cloverport and K 11 Mil tion on tho globe ler of Stephensport were placed In noni Second That wo condemn tho policy nation and acts of the present Democratic ad- Â¬ The convention waits while Burton ministration as destructive to tbo be6t makes another speech and seconds the interests of tho American people and nomination of Ahl that wo condemn the Wilson Bill as a The committee had decided that tho measuro calculated to destroy the reve- Â¬ voting on candidates should bo done by nues of the government bankrupt the secret ballot and tho first ballot was pro- Â¬ treasury to striko down at ono blow the ceeded with During this ballot Burton great industries of tho American people got it broke oirin him There were some and to reduco our laboring men from calls for more ballots and Burton arose positions of remunerative employment to continue bis speech and intimated to that of beggary and it has already set Â¬ that If John P Haswoll Jr would dis- them by hundreds and thousands tramp- Â¬ tribute ballots instead of talking busi- Â¬ ing over the country ness could be done with more dispatch Third That wo condemn the foreign when somebody yelled Oh sit down policy of tho present administration in and Bhut up Burton youve dono three tho attempt to pull down and destroy a times as much talking as anybody else Republican Government with which wo so far and tho gentleman from Hock were on friendly relations and attempt Â¬ Vale struck the chair ing to nlaco over tbo intelligent and res Â¬ The first ballot for Judgo ro nulled Ahl pectable people of the Hawaian Islands 101 Mattingly 119 Miller W Millor then withdrew from tho raco and tbo convention decided to take no mora votes by ballot an tho progress was too Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria lion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The City Hall was crowded The largest vote cast was 370 It was a noisy convention but not above the average Walter Piggott and Hunter Hardawoy did tho counting Vicifimu8 Basterfield Burton was a noisy contributor Tho Has w ells seemed to get in their work pretty nicely John P Hasncll Jr Is a young orator worthy of tho name Hon Clias Blanford knows bow to hold n big crowd down Cloverport went thero loaded for bear and got large game The Cloverport delegation went near- Â¬ ly solid for Cunningham Mr Amel Oelze nominated Reub Mil- Â¬ ler in a neat and firy speech It took all the marshalls in tow n to keep order in the mob at the door A Democratic convention cant hold a candle to a Republican pow wow Burton gavo Cloverport a good send on in his nomination of Capt Ahl Tho Cloverport delegation had the drop on the boys and they used it Burl Beards brother went down In defeat but Burl got somo revenge In tho other races tee Thero was a faii slzd crowd of trood Next came nominations for Jniler Dcmociats calmly watching tho fight W II Hawkins of Cloverport Jesse from tho stage Tucker of McDmiels Gus Shcllmau of John P Haswell Sr made a nice con Union Star and Perry Perkins of Clo-Â¬ servative speech In seconding the nomi- Â¬ verport were put in nomination nation of Charles Mattingly The convention waits while Burton Cbntz Bojalty is no slouch when it talks about Balltowu comes to seconding a nomination His A rising vote was ttken on each can- Â¬ plea was Please just givo us one man Haw- Â¬ didate and resulted as follows from Ilardinshurg kins 10 Tucker 10 Sliellman 124 Per Â¬ 1 kins 70 Jerry Norton Siiellmun was Lecture declared the nominee The services at tho Catholic Church Next came AssCMjor Win Dockery were well attended last Wednesday eve- Â¬ of MeDaniols and Len Taul of Glover ning The subject of tho sermon as an- Â¬ pert were put in nomination It de- Â¬ nounced in the News was logically veloped that there was an understanding treated Tho choir composed of young between the two gentlemen to make tho ladies rendered excellent music The race together and a vote was about to be sermon this evening will be oil Confess Â¬ taken as to which should head the ion at precisely 7J oclock ticket Iter C Ielclinrt New York Mr Chairman xv rites Acorn on the too Is it Now Mr Burton the chair will rec thorn in tho flcftli which C C oguio you but you must cut it short C Certain Corn Cure most incr Time is pressing us and we have no time cirully rcmove to listen at speeches We are all Hepub- Â¬ FARM FOR SALE The old homestead of J A Mullen on Tar licans here good ones too and further Iork one mile abotc old 1liLah church Will Wo dont sell cheip for cash or on time n ith irood security speeches are not necessary WM MULLEN Call on or address want to listen to any more talk Wo ClucrportKy have business to transact and wo must FOR SALE I will give you just two minutes dolt A Ditto Jr of Long Branch has 30 to say w lint you w ere going to say Pro- Â¬ yews and 30 lambs and more lambs to ceed sir come which ho will exchange for good I ah was just ah going ah to sug Â¬ young cattlo gest ah Mr Chairman that wo proceed ah to take tho voice of the house ah as ZaFOIEe to which ah of these ah two gentle- Â¬ At a Bargain to the right man men uh should head ah tho Assessors the Old Reliable ticket all and ah Thats ju9t what we were going to Â¬ JULIUS WINTER Corner Third and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY CO I 50000 FRUIT TREES AT THE- EKRON NURSERY FOIi SpriiTig Persons desiring to plant out an Orchard this Spring will find it to their interest to get prices from us as we are selling at hard times prices All stock guaranteed as represented Correspondence and patronage solicited 1804 Delivery Massey Frymire EKRON KY V r JT3LTTENTION O- - A I OCHOOL ARUSTEES y Â¬ rrK S-A-aT-l- Clifton Mill J W GARY Do not ho deceived ir buying your School Apparatus from tho first agent who comc3 on you and thus bo lead irto paying cxhorbitant prices I am told certain parties are canvassing this county with a set of mans DflobeS and charts of whiVh tlinv nro nsHnT frnm ftft1 in ft7i They arctilso representing to the people that these aro the only charts and maps will meet tho requirements of tho law That this is untrue is shown by the circular lttter of tho State Superintendent bear- Â¬ ing date of January 14th It is also further shown by recommendations in our handswnich we will gladly mail to any trustee at his request For 45 wo will furnish you a complete set of Apparatus with substantial covers all tho requirements of the school law and which is of tho very best material now before the public If you have not already bought do not do so until you have seen us examined our goods and obtained our prices For further particulars call upon or addresa tht Â¬ Good at me dam everlasting power arid doing a good business All in first class order For particulars address or apply lo Clifton Mills Ky FEMME S0LE loci Claycomb FRANK W DUNN IIARDINS11URG General Agent HARDINSBURG KY A I10TKL EXCELSIOR SCHOOL DESK CO tlrcckcnrldiro Circuit Court and J plven that the above named Joel ClaCOinb and lmma Claycomb his wile have this day riled in my office their joint petition In Kqulty pravlnv that the said Kinma Claycomb be authorised by decree of this court and there- Â¬ by empowered to use enjoy sell andcomcy for her own benefit any real or personal property she may own or hereafter acquire from the claim or debts of her said husband to make contracts sue ana oe sueaas a single woman anu traue In her own name and to dispose of her said property by will or deed or otherwise Notice whereof is hereby ordered to be made by publication In the Hheckknkidok Ntwi for ten dajs Given under my hand as Clerk ofthellrccken ridge Circuit Court thisjanuary i6th 1S04 Clerk nreckenrldge Circuit Court KS Km ma Claycomb Notice Is hereby On Petition A Great Reduction In fine grade Watches 40 watch for 25 15 Come before all are gone These low prices are on account of hard times and we have too heavy a stock of them to carry They must gojf and all the goods carried by a first class Jeweler Call at A silver and gold a 25 watch for SKILLMAN will reduce your weight ITUMANrNTIY from I J to i pounds a month sickness or Injury t NO PUII They build up the health and beaut LICIT fy the complexion leaving NO WRINKLES or rULbln ss STOIT AIIDOVIIINS and dithcult breathing surely relieved NO KaIIIUMFNT out a acicniinc ana positive rcuci aaopiea only after yearof experience All orders supplied Price I J00 per package direct from our othce or three oackaeet for Icoo bv mall nostiafd Testimonials and particulars scaled acts NO STARVING All FAT Pills PEOPLE Park Ohisity B r Correspondence Strictly Confidential PARK REMEDY CO T G LEWIS HARDINSBURG GO Boston Mass THIS IS THE BEST PHOENIX SAML RAY Jewelers and Musical Merchants KENTUCKY ROBERT P HARK O Crescent 3B- -- WHBBLBB WITH slow LIME CO Stephensport Ky - Tobacco CO -- - Warehouse Tho Chair thon requested tho Mat Â¬ tingly men to take one side of tho house and tho Ahl men the other This was quickly dono with somo confusion of course and tho count showed that Ahl had received 200 votes and Mattingly When alck wo care her CtutorU When aha was a Child thg cried or Castoria Whea lbs became UUs the clues to CutorU Wheu iho h4 Chi tdreo tho thara Cart ori ttr wi RAY Eighth and Main Streets irom esuo to bto ASK FOR IT on Proprietors LOUISVILLE KY With Auction and Private Sales Daily and Storage Foui Montfia Free THR BRRGKRNRIDGR NRS AND GLOYRRPORT KY Siiniir Vvq An American Story Full of the Romance and Mystery of the East A STRANGE vicprobability of our lning their tims No doubt llicy nro u nkillfiil gang of rascals but oven an itniateur thiif might oMrnto in this iieixliborhooi with Wo have two or comparative Becmity three Infirm and erratic voiiatiililfn to tako chargo of SO or 80 square miltM of territory and tho facilities for ikciiic and concealment nfTorded hy the topog raphy of this legion are all that the mint fastidious could desire Accordingly we havo seriously mndo up our minds to de fend ourselves and not only that but if possible to bag the burglars Into tho bar gain Tito CednrelifTo estate is two or threo miles in circumference and tho surface Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ is tho burglnrs rroni information wo havo received ns tho nuwgpipvni saywo nro In ti iMltlon to stnto that thero is n FOXY SUGAR TRUST HAS IT TRICKED THE WAYS MEANS COMMITTEE f iut Easy to Take and koop thu spUin fn l nlso Statements Ucgnritliig the lIlTcct uf the llxport Duly Pulil ltrllhcrs In Inr Hgn Countries Trust Statistic Irom n Hngiir Trillin Immiiil Iotfoct Order degrco respouslblo for tho present do prcsslon ot trude and Whorens Wo bolicvo that n revision nnd n reduction of our tariff rntos as proposed and set forth In tho Wilson bill would prove benellclal o ho wagn earners in pailUular mid stimulate nnd lovlvo biii lncM genciully therefore GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CL0VERP0RT CO KENTUCKY Just why WEIRD s FASCINATING STORY OF LOVE AND hATE Is n good deal diversified rocks woods TOLD IN ANOV EL MANNER VIVID IN THE PICTURING OF EXCITING SITUATIONS 1 Full of Virility and Dramatic Power Stiring and Effoctivo and Exciting Charming THE HEADER FEELS THAT HE IS MORE THAN A SPECTATOR THE EVENTS AND TAKES A PERSONAL INTEREST IN THE UNFOLDING OF THE PLOT Masterly Tale By Americas Leading Author Julian Hawthorn SY AOIS IS OF A reasonablo ground for my suspicions nnd inferences thnt I was wantonly IHAIIKK I Dr lrink Milnwartiig a Mil maligning my undo my brother and dent ami recluse Uvea on the family etitc at my innocent cousin whoso supposed CciUrcllfTc Ith his mother and eldest brother gypsy extraction was duo solely to her John Another brother Henry Imownirabroid lmpcuing to bo n good looking brunette The Malnwatlngs are Americanised Knullsli Tho jury would bring nte in guilty of people and the estate with an Income of ooooo malicious libel without leaving their n jeir Is sutcctxto the laws of primogeniture II Miss Slnfirc 1oiestal a hitherto unheard of scuts nnd I should bo sentenced without having a word to say in my own defense niece of Mrs Malnwarlng arrlcs at Cedarclifle from England bringing a letter from her lather And this is Frank Miiinwnring Csq written on his deathbed and committing the girl Slnfirc to the care of his American rclatlcs was reared in India Ill blnfire betrays a deep Interest In the ab- Â¬ sent lltnry Milnwarlng and John becomes In An acci Â¬ fatuatfd wtlth his beautllul cousin dent reealstoIr Frank Main waring that Jolin has the heart disease and the ownership of IV Ccdarcllfle ma change at any moment Slnfirc becomes a mystery In the Mnlnwnrlng household Jolin makes it confidintof lrink and acknowledges his loc for her He declares that he will shoot any rlial who thwarts him and asks Franks aid in finding out whether her heart Is free or otherwise V The nijstcry surrounding Mnfire grows die per lrink sines her from the deadly stroke of n eoliri in hi collection and a bond of iym I lie an pithy Isfftahliidud bilweeu the two noiiiHeinent ot Henrys exj CCled return ciuses II Henry ar VI anil confusion to Sinlire He makes a confidant of rlcsat Ceilarcllllc lrrmkand in a joking way advises him to get He professes to rid of John and marry Sinfirc have had no communication with the Korrrstal family while abroad I have iilwiiys liulil mywir uin rior to tlio convetitiouulitiua of life Even when I outwardly coiifomi to them it Is but to uvold remark mid reserving the freedom of my own thought It has always been my belief that civilization is unjust to women Whatever is best in human na Â¬ ture is theirs and it is by taking ndvaa tago of those bettor qualities that men oppress and degrado them It will never bo well with the world until woman Â¬ At all events I ought henceforth to entertain it profound respect for this im agination of mine tho power of which 1 havo never until now appreciated It is certainly tho most effective feature of my character apart from which I possess no lifo or activity worth mentioning It is not only my imagination that has mado mo fall in love but wero tho at tributes which I havo imagined to invest my lady lovo proved to bo nonexistent I should undoubtedly censo to feel tho slightest interest in her It is not her- Â¬ self that 1 lovo in other words It Is something that I havo endowed her with something proper to my own mind in sliott myself And cannot 1 lovo my Â¬ self without going into raptures and heroics and 1 know not what more and worse Decidedly Frank Mainwaring Esq M D you aro neither moro nor less than a fool I Â¬ Â¬ M Dl 4 t 1 rules it not with tho htrong hand but with love Lovo is tho basis of her nature and It Is by giving all to lovo that sho falls hut were incu truo lovers full eho never would It is by her generosity and by his selfishness that bio buffers Nevertheless oneo fallen she is cupa bio of becoming moro dangerous and wicked than man himself But this is becausofiho knows by the long and bitter eierleiico of her wx that tho world is thenceforth against her Wo call her a sinner but how wido is tho diffcrenco between her sin and tho crimes of incut Her sin at tho worst is u sin against herself and sho is tho sufferer Man sins against his fellow men for tho sake of his own gain Yet tho thief and tho murderer tiro not punished moro remorselessly than is she for death itself is a light penalty compared with the lingering tortures of u lifo of shame If eho wero mado tho object of compassion and protection instead of scorn shu would Btill remain good mid pure yes puro for impurity begins only after lovo has been profaned and obliterated Sinfiros fault has surely been a gener- Â¬ ous one but though sho may havo mado n tragical mistoko till is not yet lost for hen Love has led her astray Slay not Sho stands now lovo redeem her also ut tho point of peril Ouo step more and it is too latol If 1 can win her now should I cherish lior or roverenco her less than if sho camo to mo fresh and unbrcathed on from her mothers bosom Tho world may doubt it Siuflro herself might hesitato but in my own mind thcro is no doubt at nil If sho loves mo thou that lovo condones all And should unyouo sneer lot him bo ware Who mn I indeed that I should judge nor Thero is no crime said Goethe 1 that I might not havo committed go further and say that I do not hold criminal many of tho things that men in tho specious interests of society havo arbitrarily adjudged to bo such Actiotu should bo estimated not in themselves but according to their motives and con- Â¬ sequences A lio mtiy bo wrong but not tho lio that saves n frieud from un merited disaster A thoft may bo wrong but not tho theft thatdeprives tho drunkard of his fatal draft A murder may bo wrong but not tho murdor that re- Â¬ moves n monster from tho earth Tho biuding together of a man and a woman may bo wrong but not if tho bond bo an interior u voluntary nnd u loving ono Thero is nothing in mo that need cuuso mo to shrink from Sintlro wero sho us If her eyes wicked as sho is beautiful havo looked upon hell yet thero cuu bo no heaven for mo where sho is not and that dark oxperlenco of hers would only unito us uioro absolutely Is it I who writo in this way Am 1 in earnest Is not this a mero intellec- Â¬ tual passion diversion rather which I cultivate for tho sake of variety nnd oc cupation I havo novor kissed Siuflro I havo uevor told her that I loyed her I havo no reason to suppose that Bho And loves mo quito tho contrary what after all Is this mystery of intrigue tliat Invests her but a sheer Invention of my own I havo solzed upon I know not what hints and innuendoes untl appear- Â¬ ances and have welded them together wjth tho Rrdor of an Impassioned ImagÂ¬ ination Into an ingenious chain of cir qumstantlal evidence A tenth rqto lawyer In a frontier vil lagu would pull It all tp pieces in five minutes of cross examination Ho would prove to tho satisfaction of tho dullest jury that thero oxlsteil not tlw slightest Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Sinfiro has just left me Sho did not stay long and I do not know that either of us said much but it has mado n great difference She entered abruptly and swiftly with a stealthy ophidian movement that somehow re minded mo of Saprani All tho flush nnd thomockory and tho brightness were gone out of her faco which was ivory palo nnd with a sort of rigidity in its beautiful lines All her lifo seemed to bo in her eyes but they did not flash Â¬ Â¬ j or sparkle They absorbed light nud gavo nuno forth I was sitting in tho big armchair nt my writing tablo and beforo I could rise sho was at my side and her hand lightly pressed on my shoulder kept me I put up my hand and took hers flown in it Presently sho half seated herhclf on tho arm of tho chair Sho was breathing deeply but for several moments she did not speak Her haud was cold and its grasp upon mine norvously tightened nnd relaxed and tightened again without her appearing to bo aware of it 1 had never felt her so near to me I do I felt as if wo no meau physically Wero living ono life If I am mistaken in you tell nui uowt I ero her first words I looked up una received her down ward jaze I dont remember making nny v jrbal reply Wo wero in n mood to speik without ppeaking Gh Suddenly sho began to sob how h lplerol ami sho moaned broken I meant to make ly and passionately him pay the uttermost farthing I prom Â¬ hy did 1 ised myself I swore it over see you Hols your brother IIo is your brother 1 havo no brother Sinfiro I said Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 ravines cliffs cultivated lands and gar- Â¬ dens Tho forco available to guard this frontier consisted of four persons John Henry Tom tho groom nnd myself but my own involuntary defection reduces it to threo Still with proper arrangement threo ought to bo enough Siuflro wants to como in but that is hardly practicable Sho would unquestionably do her part however should tiny chance bring her In contact with tho enemy Sho not only has no fear but sho is very clover In suggestions and in fact it was sho who til st proposed tho scheme which will probably bo put in operation Tho theory upon which wo nro pro- Â¬ ceeding is that our robbers aro members of tho community nnd probably among tho most zealous of those who aro clamor Â¬ ing to havo tho villains caught They havo shown such competent knowledge of tho locality of tho obstacles to bo encountered and tho facilities to bo de Â¬ pended on they havo mado so fow mis takes and their success has been so uniform that it isdilllcult tosupposo them strangers unfamiliar with tho ground This hypothesis beinggrantcdit follows thnt although our tusk Is mado harder in ono way it is simplified in another On he ono hand they will bo ablo to arrange their attack with moro certainty and confidence but on tho other wo shall bo able to play off with them n bit of strategy that might elso fail of its effect Let mo explain Wo nro in tho habit every summer of making n party to go to Pebblo lake and camp out thero a night Jr two Tho lake lies soiuo 10 miles to tho southward and is burrounded by woods which havo stood beyond tho memory of living man In former years wo built a buiiiII log hut thero for tho Indies of the party or for refuge in case of storm and wo carry tents cooking apparatus and all other paraphernalia with us Father bought tho lake with tho sur- Â¬ rounding woodland nt tho timo of our first settlement here Perhaps ho intend Â¬ ed it for a fishing preservo or possibly ills motive wnsiueiely iiithetici At any rate there it is nnd thero is not a piet tier sheet of water within 100 miles It is about 200 acres in extent and remark ably deep at ono end whero Mount Sa chem descends rocky nnd precipitous sheer into tho water At tho other cud It is comparatively shallow and tho shoro slppca gradually Pebblo brook enters it at this point and on its banks tho log cabin stands commanding a viow of tho whole stretch of tho lake and of Mount Sachem reflected in it Tho fishing is very good for tho placo is so secluded that fow people find their way there I havo caught pickerel thero 11 feet long Of pcroh and bream thero is no end nud thnro nro very good trout to bo found iu 1eliblo brook Tlin slinntitifr is nlsn pi vu in tlio bcnsuii Only tasc year John ustunlly bagged a deer Well wo had been discussing tho feasibility of going out thero this summer be Â¬ foro tho burglars wero heard from nnd John had been looking forward to it with particular good will but as ho remarked a night or two ago nt tho dinner tablo No uso thinking of that now Tlioso fellows would bo suro to hear of It nnd theyd havo tho houso gutted before wo could get back Maybo wo can catch them beforo tho summers over remarked Henry And after all It would bo as good fun hunting them as stalking deer Im sure I hopo you will let tho polico attend to thnt said mother Lot us pretend to go nnd then como back and surprise them exclaimed Sin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fire By Qeorgo a good ideal cried John Tlio only troublo would bo to mnko suro thoy heard wo wero going Wed bo certain of them then hero and to tho manner born Ill toll you how to do it Drlvo Into tho vil- Â¬ lage nnd go about in the shops buying n wholo lot of things nud letting every Â¬ body know that wo aro going out to camp at tho lnko on a certain day Givo tho uows timo to spread then load up a couplo of wagons nnd drivo off just bo foro sunset singing and blowing horns so as to leave no doubt in tho minds of their spies if theyro on tho lookout Thats easy enough rejoined Henry Wo aro all ngreed that they aro native Then buck again after dark with our shooting irons and itll go hard but woll sco Bomo fun I But wlint do you expect Sinfiro nnd mo to do demanded mother In somo consternation Spend tho night iu tho woods iu a wagon Wo can arrange to havo yon go quiet Â¬ ly nud put up at ono of tho neighbors said I I want to bo herol exclaimed Siuflro Let ino stay in tho houso My denr you would bo murdered in your bod mothor Bald 1 shouldnt go to bed sho roturncd I should bo perfectly safo and I might bo of 6omo uso --iTho houso doesnt need ventilation do not with ill I cannot bear it might shoot holes through tho Sho took her haud from mine nnd or you doors with your derringer said Henry I did not pressed it over her eyes know I wus coining hero sho Bald uf ter laughing I should ojien tho door beforo shoot- Â¬ You u moment bolow her breath ing said she laughing back nt him I dont seo how seemed to understand OtherwUo I might happen to hit John you could though sho broko off or you Becauso I kuow him and lovo yon I wish you wouldnt all talk in this said I put iu mother seriously it At tho last words spoken with nil the way makoa mo feol very uncomfortable Of meaning of a man her checks flamed and that strango feeling of being ono courso its out of tlio question that you with her seemed for a moment to becomo should stuy horo alone my dear And absolute But no sho stood back with nouoof tho servants would daro stay repelliug hands and said I do not wish with you or would do any good if thoy did But really John I dont approve Sho was trem it I cannot bear it bling and no wonder standing between of tho plan in any way Dont worry mother lw returned lovo nnd huto nobodys going to got Soinoihiug sweet but terriblo bloomed good naturodly in my heart A veil was withdrawn hurt Wo shall uso our revolvers just from eyes ami I saw my way clearly to to mako them stand qulot nud bo handcuffed thats all I dont suppose there tho endt aro moro than two of them or threo at CHAPTER X tho outside And wo shall bo a match It is decidedly Irritating to be laid on for nny threo men in this county oh onos back In Mil way just when ono Frank would most wish to bo more than usually Who shall go and lay tho bait in the But the milk is villago I inquired activo and efficient spilled and worrying will uot restore it Henry has tho best gift of tho gab to the pitcher I must keep qulot and hope replied John and I cuu go with him in for better things At all ovonts I havo case any loud talking should bo neces Â¬ abundant r iportunity to indulge my sary Wo cau givo thorn a good dose hobby Of writing between us TO UK CONTINUKDJ Tlw toolo of Hpecial interest at present Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mit too left one fourth cent per pound duty on refined sugar Is a mystery to thoHo who nro unacquainted with tlio insidious workings of our pet nnd spoiled trusts It was generally known that tho 3ugnr trust secured Us one half cent duty from McKiulcy nnd Al dricli by corruption nnd bribery It was nlso known that this titist had mado 15000000 or ifLOOOOiJOOn year out of this duty besides half as much moro of legitimate profits It was known too that the total labor cost of refining sugar is les than one seventh cent per pound and as low as in nny other country Then why did Wilson lenvo such u dutyi There is but one explanation con sistent with the facts nud with the un disputed integrity mid honor of Mr Wilson and his committee tho duty is tho result of misrepresentations mado to tho committee Otheiwise If tho committee had intended to levy a duty for revenue or to piotect sugar growers it would certainly havo placed tho samo duty on raw as on refined sugar Tho misrepresentation probably consisted iu lemling tho committee to bo lievo that tho export duty paid rcflncis iu foreign countries would put our ro fillers nt n disadvantage unless they wero protected by a small duty Tho Sugar trust presented statistics to tills effect This is ovideut from what np penred iu Willet Ornys Statistical Sugar Trade Journal of Sept 28 Aft- Â¬ er stating that Germany is paying a bounty of 2t conts per 100 pounds on tho exportation of granulated sugar from Aug 1 1803 to July 31 1803 this journal continues Any reduction of present duty on refined sugars would certainly produce nn interesting condition of things in tlio sugar trade for in order to compcto witlt Germany for instance at u disad vantage of 21J6 cents per 100 pounds in this ono respect American leflucrs might bo obliged to transfer their re fineries to Germany or If tho business continued hero it would bo nt tho ex penso of all tho wholesale grocers who would bo obliged to forego tho helling of American sugars while tho Ameri Â¬ can refiners would como into close relations with tho letail grocers diicct This would mean chaos to tho icllucd sugar trade nnd would nut cheapen sugar to tho consumer becun o n liners ovory whero would be In constant competition for raw sugars with which to supply America witli refined and prices of raws would rule nt a much higher uvcrngo prico than now If it was upon infounntion of this kind that Wilson decided to leavo n duty on refined sugar tho matter should bo reconsidered Tho Berlin Zuckcrin Gray to dnstriu at onco tcok Willet task and showed tho falsity of their figures It showed that German rcfinors when thoy purchnso raw sugars havo to pay tin export bounty on them of what is equivalent to LI cents per 100 pounds on refined sugar leaving a net premium of only OJj cents per 100 pounds to exporters ot refined sugars This bounty of ono sixth cent per pound will only pay ono third of tho freight across tho Atlantic Without any duty then our refiners would havo a natural protection of ono eighth cent per pound oven as against tho most favored ro finors in Europo That thoy could coin poto ovon without this natural protection is evident from what Willet Grays Journal told us on Juno 10 last when it ridiculed Germanys littlu re- Â¬ fineries tho largest of which could only molt 1000 barrels n day whilo threo refineries in this country wero con stnntly mlcitng 21 G00 barrels per day it laughed at tho Idea ot preventing the economies which como from con- Â¬ solidating tho business by tho attempt to divide up tho business into Gorman sized companies Beyond a doubt sugar is refined ns cheaply and proba bly moro cheaply in this than in any other country it may bo well to call tho attontion of sugar producers to tho inadvertont admission of this semiofficial organ of tho Sugar trust that prices of raws would rulo at n much higher nvcrago prico than now because rofinors ev Â¬ erywhere would bo in constant compe- Â¬ if thn duty wero abolished und tition chaos should reign that is if tho pow- Â¬ er of tho trust to regulate prices of both raws and refined sugars wero taken away as it would bo by tho removal of all duty But this journal does not mind put- Â¬ ting Its foot In it ocrnsinnnHv If hv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tlin ways and ineniin com Â¬ AYERS CATHARTIC PILLS A spec Im for Ilendttche bolt Alao Wliolraatc and Itclail tlealcralit Constipation nnd Dyspepsia Every doso Effective bo Rcfolvrd That wo lndoro tho sold Wilson bill iu Its entirety nud oiirnestly pray congross fur its speedy adoption ittsolved Thnt wo indoreo mi income nx on nil Incomes exceeding 1000 ns equitable and as a means of relieving tho noupossesfliig chiM nnd placing tho tax on whom it belongs tho opulent Resolved That u copy of tlieso reso Â¬ lutions bo sent to tho chairman of tho tvnys and means committioof tho na- Â¬ tional houso of representative-- nnd to our congressmen nnd to our senators ot tho statu of Ohio Tlio Iriililrin rTnntlii The disposition of local taxation con stitutes ii problem that ut present large- Â¬ ly occupies tho attention of tho legislatures of our poveral states and is found by theut most difficult of solution and yet very Tew perhaps none of the men intrusted witli tho Initiating and enactment of laws on this Btihject ever recognize that it would bo difficult to nnnio a single form or species of taxa tionincluding even tho single tax on land proposed by Mr Geoige that has not somewhere and at somo time been substantially tiled und that n knowl edge of the resulting experience might help tu the avoidance of old errors David A Wells in Forum Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Yellow Pino Flooring and Coiling Shingles Hair Doors Laths Cement Lime Sash and Brick Blinds and all kinds of Building Material Sole Agcntafor Homostoad Fortilizoro Bono Moal and Troy Ordcra accomntnlcd with the eauh promptly filled James M Lewis doing it can save usy part of JL o duty on refined sugar It has thrown its reputation ns a statistical journal to tho dogs in its desperate ellorts to mislead congress and to preccrvo its right to estort sJOOOOOUO u year from our sugar consumers as tlio one half cent per pound enables It to do As another example of tho bad effect upon statistics or mixing them up with protection and trusts tako tho ipsuo of this samo siignr journal on Dec 2S On page 6 it Is stated that mnklng up tho nvcrago prices for tho year wo find that centrifugals havo averaged iiS cents per pound whilu granulated has nvcraged 181 cents per pound a differ With Hire vigorous blood coursing ence of 110 cents per pound which has been the usual tlitfeieueo and was tho thiough the veins and animating eveiy usual diirercnco 10 jours ago when the fibre of tho body cold weather is not business was entirely iu tho hands of only cndtiribly but pleasant and agree Â¬ independent refiners able Xo other blood medicine is so cerTurning back to page i we find ta tain iu its results as Ayera Sarsaparllla bles giving weekly quotations ot raw What it does for others it will do for you 00 centrifugal und refined granulat ed for tho last 10 years Tlieso bIiow The rimrt rp Kttioa or that during tho year 1881 tho average jC3SrV sWAYHES dilftreuco between thu prices of raw and refined sugars was less than OINTMENTS 5V or about four fifth r3 Jirithont inj inUrou I v mulleins mm una cttts per pound At no timo iu 18bo tmr acuma itih was tho differenco ns great in u cent Tvwrttoni on the fsorl vteHrst nud tho nvtrago for tho wholo itai wits V ikia eltur wbtt and hoiUkv vA pnil VJ Ul VPfc tt Tfj IIJ Wll IM Cla AUirmv 0 five eighths or GUI cents kwaipi aoi ruiUiii u r a jour dmwt mfit it tho nverngo dlffeience was 718 nK And In 1887 tho last year befoio tho trust got control of tlio lefineiies tlio LDOKTIIU nvcrago differenco wus 8i cents Tlio average differenco for tlio next two years 18SS and 188 was 1 cents I infer lro luniplirv Inrrntl inKI Thus is tills statistical journal con Â¬ ilut r liHiiimtxtinn Mcrcliunti jyiStcitml Mlttt ami Mukil ouiatilk- l Milu demned out of its own mouth During tho last four or live months scarcely n number of this journal has rotiisviMi ky ivii 11 i tui appealed thnt did not coutiii unfair or Slilpi crd sticiulil mrrk nil M kujr jilMnly with shlitrd iinmonnil post ullice mMroM inacctiiato MaleiiH iitH inlcudrd to de 11UTTEH ceive tho lcgishitota nt Washington 18 17 This Is but ono of tho pernicious effects Choice country II Moilium of protection Tako away tho duty Common 10 which protects this greedy audacious 21 Crcduierr K0QS law defying trust nnd besides cheaper 11 13 sugar wo will havo moro accuiato and Froih 11KANS roliablo statistics 1 75 to 1 85 Michigan hand picked Byiion W IIoit fiU to B5 Navy ndlnt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Contractor lvstiiiiiittS Builder H OLOVERPORT KY fnrnisliil on npiiliiitii MSTHqtUITT osrii Qusiur WORMS WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Romodlos EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED I FOR 20 YEARS by rrrartd SOIA MnUltnSOl MEDimC 10 FVnitYWI IKHK ST LOCIS 9 Ki The first A 1 f Jih CHARLES of American Newspapers DANNA Editor the Ameri- Â¬ t The American Constitution Ml UMTS - can Idea the American Spirit These first last and alt the time forever I 1 The Sunday Sun la thu Krfiitcst Stimlay NewHiiajier in Â¬ tho World Price 5c a copy By mall Dally by mail Daily and Sunday The Weekly by mail - 2 a year 6 a year 8 a year a year AiltlrrtH 1 1 Till MIV Xoiv Vork CRITICAL TIMES FOR DEMOCRATS Aicendlnir to Inurr cut tlin Turin Isur TlicyMimt Not Shirk ltoiMmllllll Tho Republicans under tho Arthur administration set nut to reform nud They appointed a reduco tho tariff Best Tho Judgomont on Hoods Pro nouncod by Squlro Fogg tWorld Tlio following testimonial comes from T IU Togs Esq who Is well known throughout Kentucky as court Justice and Justice o the peace for Until county Ills words should invoke the confldenco of all who read his letteri 0 1 Hood Si Co Lowell MajJt I will say for Hoods Sarsaparllla I believe In the It to he tho best medicine In the world winter o 03 1 had a bad case of tlio grip which left my system In very bad shape I tried every Â¬ thing I could llnd and got no relief In the fall ot the same year I bought a bottle ot Hoods Barsaparllla The first doso I took Â¬ commission for this purpose consisting of tho most noted pivitectionifts of tlio day Theso gentlemen spent nearly n year taking testimony and finally reported in favor of a reduction of duties equal to 20 or 23 per cent on tho preexisting scale Then tho manufacturers rushed pcllmell to Washington nnd by personal appeals such ns they aru now mnklng battel ed down tho work of their own Ieadors tho men whom thoy had themselves chosen and succeeded S 7 in passing tlio tariff of 1881 which Turkeys MOOTS changed tho duties hero nud there but Cilmeng Ky and ludluna 2 25 2 50 did not mako any teal reduction 16 Yellow Hoot OAM K This exhibition of greed and imbe75 lUbbitf cility prompted tho Democrats to milk 35 M 5 tho tariff u real issue in national poli- Â¬ Squirrel 50 25 Qj Quail tics nnd to tako up tho role that they WOOL had played so successfully back in tlio Tub was lied 2R 25 HI forties when they had unhorsed Henry 17 Ireaie Quo 12 5 14 Clny and tho tariff party of his era Oreasc coare 14 12 Merino Then camo tho Morrison tariff bill 5 10 which although defeated had nn edu- Hurry and Cuta MISCELLANEOUS cating influcnconiid helped to bring the Tallow Gu 21 party up to tho mark which Mi Cleve- lleeawax 30 GJ 35 land set in Ills message of 1887 This Sorghum Molaaaoj HAY 1HAIN FEED was followed by the Mills bill Tho Vie quota prlrej to day on Loulivlllo city campaign of 1888 was fought on the wharf issuo of that tariff message and the OATS 32 30 Democrats wero defeated in the doc- No 2 oata HAY toral college although tho popular vote 10 503 13 00 cholco showed n plurality for Mr Cleveland Strictly No 2 11 00 M 12 00 Cbolco Then camo tho McKinley tariff nnd tho Oood Medium 10 00 J 11 00 5 50 two smashing defeats that the Repub- Good llright Straw 4 75 licans received in consequenco of it C011N Nobody questions tho fact that this Choice whit I2K 48 McKinley tariff was tho predominant Cholco ihelled CATTLE if not tho solo issno in tlio campaign uf I 25 4 00 1802 Ily slow degrees the Democratic flood to extra iblpplng 3 75 3 50 Light ahlpplng party had arrived at an understanding Heat Ilutcbori 35 3 40 3 25 with itself nnd had proclaimed iu Medium to good buUbora 3 00 trumpet tones that that was its present HOOS 5 40 5 25 raison detre The people took the party Choice packing and butcben 5 25 5 20 nt its word and raised it to power by Fair tu good B 60 o 75 Itougha splendid majorities 5 00 Shoata and plga 101 lha and under4 75 Old Republican states liko Illinois 811 EE1 3 25 2 75 Wisconsin and California joined with lond to extra ahlpplng 1 10 2 50 Now York Connecticut New Jersey Fair to good LAM US and Indiana in giving u tliundeiing ver Oood 4 75 4 50 to extra iprlng ICven iu dict against McKinleyism 4 00 2 50 Fair to good Ohio McKlnleys own state tho balelec loting was bo closo that ono of her toral votes was cast for Mr Cloveland nnd all would havo been but for n mis OF understanding of tho ballot law Iu conscquonco of this victory tlio party finds itself in possession of nil those pai ts of tho government which nro necessary Capital Stock 326 000 What to mnko unci uiimnko tariffs Surplus 7 GOO will happen now if for nny reason whatever It fulls to do tho work comO F DEAUD 1reildent Will not the poo mitted to its hands WILL MILLEll Vlce Preildant plo say Cut it down why cumhoreth M II DEAUD Caihler Ought they not to Bay it tho ground 1 so Surely they ought A pnrty which OW niSAHD - Dire tor cannot execute its own policy when tho MOIUUS KSKIUDOE M JOLLY tt Â¬ means nro put iu Its hands has no further exeusa or reason for being Tho INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Democratic pnrty Is iu tho very crisis of its lifo It must act now or never New York Post Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Ul to 1 20 Old or Common and colored DUtrD AllLKd AND lKACIIUS 5 to Applet cboli o bright iuartcri 4U to 5 Applet aicmgo old Apples 1 to 5 lcachea new loncbcs old FEAT1IKHS 35 t lrlino nbltc goose 25 S U MUod 21 15 Old 25 Q No 1 duck 1IIDKS 1 Qrccn rood Vi 0 5 Dry Salt good Dry Dint good at 7 20 50 Sheep akin POULTRY 0 7 Hen per lb 12 Uoo tcr per lb It Spring Chicken per lb 7M Young Uugki par lb 3 75 Iccse full Icatberd The New York Times A DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER ii What T1IK TIM KS In A high clan ncwtuicr for tbe city rcaJer and fur tbe country boiuc fur t tie merchant tho lirofctstonal man the financier tho poli- Â¬ tician tho toacber the farmer and tbe me chanic fur every American who would be promptly anil truthlully told what the people of this uorlit aro doing for women and for yuune folks interested In household aBatra In new bonlia ami old in art science religion and education iu tho rivalries of amateur ports in society nnd In all the lighter goings on and wholesome gossip of the day It ia a full olenn nnd complete newspaper conduct- Â¬ ed with Intelligence for Intelligent people What TIIK TIM US lellerea in Federal taxation Imposed in tho interest of tbe luvcrumcnt and of the whole people not fur tho res trio Ion of trade and the benefit of the few nn honest dollur that thu hand of toll may reecho ullhuut lusa and pay over without same a liberal expenditure fur pen Â¬ sions to loterans who need and deserve them and to no others tho Democratic Party na n better Instrumentality of popular government than tbe ltcublican and in keeping that party true to lt alma under aound leadership The financial page of TIIK TIMK3 la a capital manual for Investors for bankers and tho officers and Trustees of savings banka Hall trust cuopanles Icaurance companies way earning stock and bond isolations In Â¬ terest nnd dividend notices the organisation of new companies and all financial news re ports are promptly nnd aeurately prited Note tho excellence of TIIK TIMES in these departments i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IlimUiiiir anil tltiuucliil I till tic National anil Mule Silitiolti untl Co vtriii 11 SpurlN Itliirliclk V Ariur anil Nuvj Hook llevlowai Coiiinmrolal llcnorlM Novv Art anil Sclmicoa Tlio OliiirclicH THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TIMES The subscription price of TUB WKKKLV THE TIMES la ONE DOM Alt a year WEEKLY TIMES la a capital newspaper It eontalna all the current news condensed from tho dispatches and reports of tbe dally edition beaidea literary matter discussions upon ag- Â¬ ricultural topics by practical farmers full and accurate market reports of prtcea fur farm pro- Â¬ duce live alock ioand a carefully prepared weekly wool market SUIISOIIIITION KATES 1000 Dally 1 year 800 with Sunday 00 Dally I tnontba i 00 with Sunday n months 2 ul with Sunday Dally J50 Dally 1 month lb with Sunday UOcta Sunday I year 2U0 Weekly 1 year 100 0 months aOcts Specimen copies will be aent free loatago prepaid to all polnti In the United Staca Canada and Mexico In all other coun- Â¬ tries 2 centa per copy per day payable by tbe aubscriber TEHMS Heinlltaneoa at Caah In advance always unless male by the liak of the subacrlber Kegistered Letter Check Postal Note Money Order or Express Order payable to The New New York City York Times Publishing Co Address all communloatlona thut i Till NEW YOUK TIMES 1rUtlng House Square NewYork City N Y BANK HAUDITS BURG Â¬ V 1 -- Made a Decided Change for the better When I began taking the first bottle my weight was UT pounds the lightest By tho time the second bottle since manhood been used my weight was tcs pounds X owe all this to Hoods Sarsaparllla and I gladly T M Foao recommend It to all sufferers Justice of the Teace Sharpsburg Kentucky lad HoodVCures tVorUliitfineii Iur thu lllll Tho following resolutions wero adopt Â¬ ed recently iu Cincinnati by Clothing Cutters association No 7051 Knights of Labor t Whorcns Tho pooplo overwhelming Â¬ ly have dcclaied in favor of tariff re- Â¬ form by electing Urovor Clovelund pres ident and Aillal Stevenson vico piosl dent of tho United States and Whereas Wo hold that tho presont obnoxious tariff laws aro in no small Â¬ c BUSyB I I1ITAIN A IMTKSTf For a to jeiV Ot viperleneolutno patent biulneM Communlrs mm tit anawer and an honett opinion wrlto S MINNA who lima had nearly nhy OAV Heeds Pills cure liver Ills constipation bllUnuMij Jaundice sick headache Indigestion Tko grcatcstrcmctlyextHiit fur Coughs Colds Croup IloHrsts Hon HroHCHltli IH Urliiio and WheoplHjr Cough Is C C C Certain Cohkh Cure tlunaatrlctlyamtltlentlal A llumltiault of In foiuiatlon ooncuriilutf 1nlentn and bow to ob thorn auni Iain and acloutlllii res Mm ntalogug til wccbio hooka aeut frve 1itenu taken tbrouuu Muun Co recohro apecul notion Intho Kclnntlilo Amerlcnii ana tbua ara bniuvht wlilnlr beroribe public Ith out coat to tint Inrmtur llila apleujlil paper MUod -- eklr elrnantlr lllnatrateit fau by far ilia larye rlrculatlon ot anr oientloo work Iu tho world HA aycar sample omle aent I rw UulidluirKdmon monthly fUuayuar Simla Coploa J cunta Krory uwubur eontalna beau- Ute In colon and photographa of new with plana enabllim bulIiM to ahow tua tlful ikalrna uul aaoura ountraet kMttut MUNN A CO WKW YOUK UUl IMaMltWAT JL i MnwiiniynOjHMHWH MllfBiiiMiiMii iiWwiiiiiilWr THS BRROKRNRIDQE NRWB OLOYRRPORT KY iiii FREE LUITCH On atXTcleLy9FtyTtxaTy 24 1894 5a5ffia5ffiSB38ffiffifflffi6B8BffiffiffiffiffiSBSBffiffiffi6BESSSSB r News OUST THE GKROTXHSTlDrS I A U DL1U rare chance to procure Foundation Stock To reduce stock we will offer ALE i at Public Sale i il At our Barns three quarters of a mile West of Cloverport Seven Mules coming 3 years old blockey heavy boned big feet 16 hands high up headed and very likely Six Grade Norman Brood Mares fine business carriage and express horses Four Fine Norman Grade Geldings of fine style and action fine carriage express or business horses Two McLacky Colts Twenty Holstein Registered Cows Heifers Bred and Heifer Calves and Yearlings all of Netherland and Aggie Families and in Calf by Registered Netherland Bull One Norman Draft Stallion fine style and action a sure breeder One Holstein Netherland Registered Bull good and sure breeder One Full Circle Hay Press 17x22 new not used Wagons Plows Cultivators Harrows Etc One Feed and Ensilage Cutter little used and 22 foot carrier TERMS All sums under 10 cabh all over on a credit of twelve months Sale commencing at 1030 oclock a m rain or shine All trains stop at platform in side of place within a few hundred feet of barns Trains going East arrive at platform at 930 a m and 521 p m Going West at 1030 a m and 945 p m Boats arrive at Cloverport going down at 5 a m going up 12 m r ii t I y Breckenridge WEDNESDAY FKIIUAKY 111801 SLOW WORK for Is This Thing Of Making Laws a Groat Commonwoalth Like cussion of thu bill and no action was taken on it Mr Hodges introduced a voluminous bill relating to the practice of medicine Mr Hodges introduced a bill regulating the management of sanitariums and private resorts for insane persons It requires the keepers of such resorts to give bond in tho sum of J000O upon which action may be brought by ngriuvetl persons who may con plain of bad treat- Â¬ Â¬ JllSSI and Kontucky ment or detention after their time has expired All such institutions shall tile quarterly statements with tho County Clerks Mr Hissein introduced a bill creating Tho Members of tho Legislature tho ofllco of Supervisor of Printing Work Hard But Things Pro llinding Stationery and Supplies Ho gross Slowly shall bo appointed by tho Governor for Compulsory Education Bill Re coivos Its Knock Out Shot by Being Tabled Charter for Second Class Cities Must Get a Hump on Itself to Get Through in Time a term of tour years and shall rcceivo a salary of SlOO a year Ho shall bo stationed at the seat of government anil his duties shall be to supervise all print- Â¬ ing for tho State Ho nhall he a practical printer and proof reader Â¬ Tin iiousi WILSON GOES HOME Special KiusKioitT Kv Feb 5 Nothing of importance wits dono in tho Senate to dny No bills were intro- Â¬ duced and but one pasted Most the time was taken up in tliscufesiug Senator WeisinKers bill pertaining to the mort Â¬ gaging of personal property T1IK IIOLSK The City Engineers Monday Feb bill was called up in tho House to duy Tho Senate mnendment was accepted and tho bill repuwed It is now ready for tho Governors signature Tho bill to regulate the practice in civil cases wan taken up discussed brief-Â¬ ly and passed by n vote of 15 to 17 5 which requtiea that in Hill No certain coses tho person on whom rests tho burden of proof shall have tho closing argument wus passed Tho bill requiring that all in ado outsido of tho Stato nnd sold In tho State should bo branded with a designating mark was passed by a voto of fl l to 7 Tho bill requiring Sheriffs to visit delinquent tax payers beforo making n lovy was refused a passage convict-made-goo- Tuesday Feb C Tho bill which stip ulates that tho pay of tho Clerk of the Court of Appeals shall bo a salary of 1000 a year was extensively discussed to duy but tho adjournment of the House left tho matter unsettled Tho Clerk now receives fees for his work and a re jort of last years work shows tho odlco is paying about 10000 annually Mr Uriscoo introduced a bill provid ing for country policemen Tho police Â¬ men shall bo appointed by tho Circuit Court Judge at the instance of petitioners and they shall be paid by those petition Â¬ ing for tho service A bill was introduced adding 1200 to tho clerical allowances of tho Treasury Department Mr Hawes of Hancock introduced a bill regulating tho weight and measure of coal and tho character of employes in Â¬ Â¬ who has passed u satisfactory examination This it will bo remembered is in exact accordance with a petition sent up from Ilreckenridge county early in the session tho first petition that was pre Â¬ sented The Democratic Senators formulated and signed a paper depreciating tho action of the House in passing tho resolution against Judge Iccklmms nomina- Â¬ tion to the Supreme Bench It was signed by every Democratic Senator present Capt Gross being among them It will bo sent by mail to Washington and tho following telegram was sent to day Hon J C S Blackburn Washington Twenty two Democratic Senutorsbeing ull who are present signed u paper de- Â¬ claring lieckners resolution ill advised and request our Senators to fieely exer Â¬ cise their judgement in such matters We mail paper with signatures II S Martin Itozel Weisinger The Senate held an afternoon session but nothing of importance was done the house Wednesday Feb 7 Tho Vaneo bill to restrict tho pay of tho Clerk of the Court of Appeals to a salary of 1000 came up again to day and some genuine fili- Â¬ bustering was done to prevent its Tho fight was still on when tho hour of adjournment arrived and the opposers of tlid bill were relieved The bill is likely to pass when it comes to a Â¬ pas-sag- K B OGLESBY nearly certain that this bill will not bo passed at thi3 session nnd second class cities will have to go without char Â¬ ters two more years The House passed the Senate bill which empowers Fiscal Courts to sub Â¬ scribe for and hold stock In turnpiko roads for tho uso of tho people Tin SENATE Friday Feb f A Hood of bills were rooorted from Committees to day Tho Capitol Appriation bill was large- Â¬ ly discussed It was finally agreed to Is now 11 Â¬ consider tho bill by sections and this will bo done In tho furture Gen Gross introduced hs bill for the benefit of certain charitable institutions of tho Stato Tho bill provides for tho enlargement and othcrwiso improvement of theso institutions It appropriates to tho Central Asylum for new buildings 05000 to the Western Asylum for build Â¬ ings 15000 to tho luisteru Asylum for buildings 10000 and also an appropria- Â¬ tion for tho Deaf and Dumb Asylum for improvements It Is a voluminous bill and minutely dcFcribcs how tho monoy shall bo expended in tho inobt econom Â¬ ical manner THE HOUSE 11 mil vote mi lies Mr Kirks blind tiger House It is nn act to prevent the evasion of the law in local option districts A bill was introduced to compel the owners of barbed wire fences fronting public highways to nail six inch plank either just above or just below the top wire Mr Charlton introduced a bill making tho exposure of person a felony Tho bill was occasioned by tho practiio of dissolute persons in cities A bill was introduced which requires dealers in deadly weapons to keep a record of ull weapons sold describing tho weapon stating when sold and nam- Â¬ ing the person to whom it was sold This record shall always bo open for bill passed tho Â¬ THE SENATE Tuesday Feb 0 Tho Double Tux bill after having been refused a second reading yesterday was brought up again It to day and extensively discussed provides that real estate on which there are land notes and mortgages resting shall bo exempt from taxation Tho holder of tho notes and mortgages now must list them and this causes two taxes to bo paid on tho same wealth Tho hour of adjournment stopped tho dis public Inspection Wednesday Feb 7 A bill passed the Senate to day reguatiug tho qualill cations of practicing physicians Among the evidences of competency is one that reads as follows Satisfactory evidence from any person who was reputably nnd honorably engaged in tho practice of modicino In this Stato prior to February THE HKVATK Tho hill purposing to concede certain privileges to laborers was defeated by a voto of 58 to i3 Tho Kepublieuns all voting for and tho Democrats againsttho bill When it was first introduced it was thought that the bill was Intended to fuvor tho laborer by compelling manufacturiiur and mining establishments to pay oil every two weeks and it met with favor from tho Democrats Hut an investigation developed tho fact that the bill would enable manufacturers and owners of mines who run supply stores to still press down harder on their employes and tho Democrats opposed it Tho HepublicanH however to keep THE SENATE up their reputation as over favoring tho Saturday Feb 10 Senator Salyer in bosses against the laborers voted solidly troduced a resolution to devisa some for it means of culling important bills from tho THE SENATE chair that they may receive some action Thursday Feb 8 Hardly anything upon them before this session expires was dofio in either branch of tho legisThe House is likewise looking to some Â¬ lature to duy thing of this kind as all parties aro be Â¬ Senator Goebels bill requiring a rull ginning to realize that time is pressing road operating in tho State to become ing then an Incorporated body in this State was The Cnpltol appropriation question defeated by a voto of 12 for to 17 against was made a special order for Tuesday Aftersomo sharp debating the Senate The bill extending tho time for passed tho House bill increasing tho sheriffs to give bond and qualify was salary of tho Arsenal Keeper toS00 from passed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Friday Feb t A resolution reciting tho nearness of the day of adjournment and tho importance of passing tho charter bill for second class cities was introduced by Mr Hart It proposed to make tho bill a Bjccial order for to morrow and was adopted Mr Ilogan introduced an act to amend the Constitution so that u three fifths voto of tho Assembly can move the Stato Capitol instead of a two thirds voto A message was received from tho Gov- Â¬ ernor stating that he hud signed tho City Engineer bill This makes it now a law us it has nn emergency ckuso at Â¬ tached Among other bills reported adversely by tho Committees was tho one making indecent exposure of person a felony The House passed tho bill providing for reimbursing tho Columbian Clubs for the 1008 spent by them in fitting up tho Kontucky Parlor at tho Worlds Fulr The Best bhocj A resolution was adopted inviting Prof for the Least Money Sfa fe3 Hayward to address tho House at 3 jfflv rgKHJg arM SHI KaH oclock on the afternoon of Washingtons birthday FOR The Senate Local Option Bill was made GENTLEMEN a special order for oclock Wednes day S5 S4 and Dross Shoo With a couple amendments tho House S3 50 Polico Shoo 3 Soloo passed the charter for second class cities 2 for Workingmon and started it on its road to tho Senate S2 and for Boys If the Senate does its work quick tho jjks- - vu x fi bill may become a lnw this session LADIES AND MISSES H C7 Tho Local Option Compulsory Educa- Â¬ iw rmiwtmJmrM 3 2 175 tion Bill wus taken up and discussed at fi CAUTION If any driller lMigth Finally it with all the anient ouera you iv i uoucla i wsf z K-reduced price ments was laid on tho tablo by a voto of iTk ahoei at a has 1C T irr irk or naiho them with- Â¬ YM Hia iOlIIB 13 to 32 w n This virtually kills it as many TBt out the nnmo timinefl ET TiA sr on tits bottom put him oHn IHTrmsmi members voted against tabling it that TBSEaXiiyiVWAoxstXiMi J Jw uovrn as a rrauu would hao voted against its passage Tho feeling of the House is largely that Compulsory Education should not be a law and the bill could not get n score of Shoes are stylish easy fitting and give better WL votes should it bo put on its passage this satisfaction at DOUGLAS the price aclvertled than any other make Try one pair and be con- Â¬ session vinced The stamping of W L Douglas name and price on the bottom which llepresentntivo Wilson of Brecken Â¬ guarantees their value saves thousands of dollars annually to those wrho wear them ridge county left for Cloverport to day Dealers who push the sale of W L Douglas Shoes gain customers which helps to Increase the sales on their full line of goods They can sell at n lens I didnt tell his colleagues that tho and xre believe you can save money by burlngr all your nHord to of tbe dealer pront footwear advor tlcd belo - Catalogue freo upon application WX UOUQLAS llrockton Mail Republican Convention met in Hardini burg ou Monday and that the honorablo H gentleman was probably going down to CLOVERPORT KY look after that politics that ho is reported as hnvingleft at homo when ho camo LoufsviMe Hadinsburg I hore Western H K Louisville St Louis IMS exas H H Co douslas 3 SHOE i 350 250 SI75 crn xje VjTn tefW- tKijBgr Nak 260 DEftodaataMLFi y ik t fc W BOWMER -- SON SlhNflSW3WirotCTiroiCii3Kr3iroiM3flliYar1 No 3 TIME TABLE TAKING Royal West Hound Trains EFFECT JULY 20 1891 Bast Hound Trains Germeuer Cures La Grippe La Grippe is again in the land claiming thousands of victims every day Meet the enemy wuicn ne nrsi aitacKs you Daily Daily ex Sun ex Sun No 5 Nol 1100am 1140 11 STATIONS Iv Mam 1212 12 48 1 0O Deinnitcr ar Iatlslloughlv 220 uocxvaie Kuth 232 241 Atkins Oaks 2V a apm ArHonUvillelv THE LOUISVILLE IIS uarneld Harncd Ilardlnthure Kirk Jolly Glcmleane Dally Dallv ex Sun ex Sun No 2 No f IrvinKton Ar 930am 8 20 TIME Tukinir iiroci SCHEDULE At 600 oclck M Daily I nsro 22 A 2 Sunday Dsc 17 1893 JCail Bound Train 62 64 WmI Bound Traint STATIONS 800 7 40 710 7 CO 6 40 60 Kxpre Kxpri Daily 7 45am 8 40 8 4J DM St Mail Mail Kxpri Dally Si Kxpr Dally 8 30pm ia 145 610 637 ota 730 7 47 6 30pm S18 800 4 om 43am 7 25 800 IvUnn 7M 804 813 8 21 8 907 917 934 9 21 9 45 9 64 ST LOUIS Ala LINE Kentucky St West lolnt Howard Hock Haven Long- - Uranch Ilrandcnburir Hkron Guston ptar 12 12 11 45pm 30 lUim 1147 1132 1124 818 735 730 714 0 48 0 40 Ull 1107 Iw 668 L B A ST L It II 828 84 Irvlngton Lodiburir Pierce SLuple Royal Germetuer thing with which to fight the monster Stay in tho house and take teasnoonful of Royal Germetuer in a teacup of hot wa- Â¬ ter every hour a little sugar manes it pleasant m lemonade It will reduce the fever and ston the pain quicker than any other remeuy anu no uuiiut save you weeks of agony and loss of time Thousands have tried it aud praise Its virtues is the SHORTEST QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO M Ulf Evans ville AND ALL POINTS West and South West St Louis Time Card in Effect 917 928 9 9 4J 31 Ull 1011 1020 10 M lout WSi Webter I960 I960 I960 1063 1105 1121 1130 1131 inji Stephemport Addlion Holt Cloverport Shone Skillman Cayce 1041 10 SJ 1023 10 20 1011 10C11 10 Ul 030 S1 Out 667 662 64 6 40 6 21 6 09 4 69 4 61 4 42 4 34 9 9 48 9 45 624 68 954 1U02 10 07 lU 12 lilt Jul 31 1692 llaweeville 1etrle Falcon Lt LouIitIIIs ArrSt Louis EtsditIIU Control Cough with derme tuer Cough Syrup Keep bowels open with Qcr- - 8t LnnlirllU 8i05 amBi2i pm 419 pm 7t20 pm 045 a ra 1i20 1000pm For farther Information call on or addreu R A CAMP8ELL Ocnl Pan Agt St Louli Mo J B CAMPBELL III D P K LaqI Ky 0 tr Ticket Office S W Cor Third JkMaln K 1018 1033 10 48 10 S3 11 09 1111 1119 1125 11 SJ 1143 11 1U lKVUm 12 12jii 1222 12 SI 1238 2 42 Owentboro Mattlngly Worthlngton Heada Spoiuvllle Griffith Stanley Iewlport Poweri latea 933 922 914 908 904 858 815 802 764 761 735 727 719 44 8 40 8 25 420 4U8 411 3 47 3 41 250 1267 in 7 43 U63prr 12 104 108 114 130pm Rl Vtt a arHenderan 337 330 323 316 Iv 7 06m 265pm 30 metuer Pills Kings Royal Germetuer ATLANTA Q A Co Thursday resolution was introduced by Mr Charlton which pro Â¬ vides for afternoon sessions on Tuesdays and Fridays Tho charter for cities of thu second class was reported and recommitted It THE HOUSE Feb 8 A Saturday Gooding in troduced a bill to enable tho original owners of property that has been sold for taxes and bought in by tho State to tedeom the Mine by paying the original amount und 0 per cent interest instead of 8 per cent as is now required THE HOUSE Feb 10 Mr Gcrmctucrlleinedtesforsaloby Druggists or will be sent pre Â¬ paid on receipt of price by us 100 bottle Itoyal Germetuer six ror fftw Germetuer Pills 60 In vIal25o Germetuer Cough Syrup 60o igggggafiigggi Long Brick House February 1891 to consider tho time and manner ot selecting candidates of tho CLOVERPORT KY party for tho county olllces to bo filled Dosiros to 8co all tho tobacco at tho Novr uibor olertlon 1804 and or iuci other business its may bo brought farmers of this and Eiirrounding beforo it David U Murray Chairman country Notice Demacratlo Committeemen Kv Jan 20 1801 Tho BrcckonrMKo County Democratlu Coin mltteo is hereby called to meet in Hai llnsliurif Ky on Monday tho 10th ot J D BRASHBAR TOBACCO BUYER frirnv irf THR BRRCKRNRIDGH NRWS CLvOVEHPORT KY Tho Jury in llin lien Bates case for Kininct Vnlehtlne colored nt llm Patton Brirk Worku nhont a year nio rendered a verdjet of not guilty yesterday beginning Overland to California with this issue of thu News is nn Inter esting nnrrattvo of n tripneross the plains in 1851 It contains no rumnucu or lie lion but tells actual experiences of tho trip Mrs Sawyer is n resident of Clo- Â¬ verport now and lias been for many years Mr Jolin Cockerell paid usn visit on Ah MolidnJ- - and predicts n cold wave ho dont diink nnythlng but spring wa ter the prospect of n general freeze up strikes terror to ills soul Ho has been much exercised in mind over the fact that so many Johns nro on the county Luckily ho happened to commit tec thinkwhnta great trick n handful of Jacks is and liisintciect was saved Cannelton Enquirer In this Issuo of tlio Nkws begins n series of articles headed Democracy in America Tliese should prove of espec Â¬ ial interest to young Democratic read Â¬ ers They will consist of historical facts not usually seen in histories and if they are read and rmembercd tho posers ors of tho knowledge they contain will bo plenty able to refute nny argu Â¬ ment produced to tlio detriment of Democracy If clipped out and pasted in n scrap book they will make n splen Â¬ did history of tlio Democratic party in the United States Among tlio number of Canneltons young men who have left their child hood scenes and gone out into tlio world to further their interests wo lind one of the successful ones in the person of Ir Eugene Hamblcton He is at present employed in tlio Advertising Depart Â¬ ment of Levy Bros new store at Louisville Being an artist witli exceptional talent he has many opportunities to dis- Â¬ play his ability as such in his present po- Â¬ sition nnd when our people visiting in Louisville beo those handsomely painted advertising cards in Lovy Bros show win- Â¬ dows they may know it is tho work of a Cannelton boy Cannelton Enquirer BRECKENRIDGE WKDNKSDAY inews 1891 rutting SIROCCO Born to tho wife of Bush Thornsberry the Ith inst n lino girl Clarouco Eugene son of M Iartridgo is quite sick at tills writing Mr Chnrlio Brown and daughter nro Mill improving ut this writing John Hayncs infant sou lias been quito sick but I bollevo is somo bettor Dr A A Baxter one of Pnyncsvillcs elllcient phjticians has moved to Gus tou X II Dfigan look a clioico lot of how to IjouIhvIIIo last week-- for which ho re Â¬ ceived the top of the market P A Norrls of near Paynesvllk Is very low nt this writing witli catarrhal atTcctlon and is not expected to jecovcr Oil nopappy cant cut Georgo says wood today snow fall down my neck So ho hies away to Sirocco to spend the day The select few who partook of ico cream nnd cake on Monday night at the hospitable residence of S W Berryman pronounce it firet class Misses Janio and Cora Hendry two of Breckenridgos fair damsels visited their sister Mrs Rhoda Tiiornsberry Friday and Saturday and Mrs J K Wiles Sunday the ind ird and Ith inst I heard a couplo of our neighbor lads planning to seek their fortunes in furrin iands and as they supposed beyond the reach of parental authority Messrs Will and Jud Rice wero seen tlio fitli inst slowly wending their way with n load of furniture to tlio Bewley and Elder farm to establish n bachelors linll Dr T II Board our veterinary bur geon cried tlio Smith sale at Wolf Creek reports a largo crowd everything sold high Tom will only remain witli us a short time Ho will lcavo tlio first of next month for his present field of labor at Hopkinsville Ho is skilled in tho treatment of many of the diseases which horse flesh is heir to FKIUWAHY II -- LOCAL BREVITIES YnlentliiM SulerH Nlco Urinkfast bacon Kulern Can tied Koods all kinds Sulzerii p Lots of Valentines iwvlful cheap Tobacco canvas lots of It Sulzers WITH - Â¬ WHITE DUNKEESON FALLS CITY TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO I- - Garden seed new and fresh Sulzers Kxtra fnnpy blno kmhh for Inwnt Sn1 Main St bet Ninth Tenth - Louisville Ky zers Try a Imcc of Dcvikd rliiOM--Siil-ste- rs Â¬ Liberal Advances Four Months Proo Storage Special Attention to Private Sales know that I have tho dead wood on cm and theyre afraid theyll miss me and get kicked themselves You sec Memory Reviver Pin this bit of Paper on your Sleeve Join tlio fun to day Valentine day Sulzers Try soino California evaporated pears Sulzers Mack Avid of Lodiburg was in the city Friday A fresh barrel of Ileinzs mixed pick- Â¬ les Sulzers Mr J II Quisenberiy of Tur Fork died last Sunday Mr V D Wilson of McQuiuly was In tho City Friday Co have opened a lot Chas Keidel of fresh candy fruit etc Try Cottolene to bako with You can get it at tho City Bakery For tho best nnd freshest candy you must go to tho City Bakery Mr George Mullen Sr of OwensbDro is the guest of Win Mullen Dr Webb the rheumatism doctor has moved his family to Cannclton Ianlcr meal for oysters fish etc it is excellent try it Iteidel Co keep it Try a package of Fleishmans yeaH nsk for directions how to use it Sul Felix Askins and Henry Grccnwell went to Mooleyville last Friday to visit friends 1eter Uehliue of Cannclton was in tho city last Thursday on business with Sulzers Mr and Mrs It B Fierce wciit to Louisville Sunday evening returning yes terday Dr J Itial and wife of Cannclton vero the guests of Mr nnd Mrs Alex Boyd Sunday Mrs Dr J S Moorman and children and Mrs J C Jarboe went to Skillman visiting Monday Mr II 1 Yenger went to Owcnshoro last Wednesday whero he wilt work w itli tho bridge carpenters The river has been on a little high for tho last week but it is not thought that wo will be visited by a Hood Mrs Wm llollious gavo tho young folks a party one evening last week Quito a number were present Miss Nellie Beverly who has been visiting in Henderson for several weeks returned homo last Saturday evening Farmers report that tho peach crop is injured in tills section greatly by tho late cold snaps though it is not a total Â¬ GREAT MENS that sanctified preacher made one thrust at me and Rev Argabright then took water trailed his lanco in tlio dust and And This Horriblo Crimo Occurs called on N Suol Joseph Gicer II Right Horo Closo to Clover- Â¬ Ilaynes and J K Kindle to finish the port battle Wonder if ho wont forbid Rev Argabrlght having any seconds A man may cry church t church at eiery word With no more piety than other people A daw Is not reckoned a religious bird llccause he keeps a ciwlng from a steeple Their nnmes are legion who t Crook the pregnant of the knee Where thrift may follow fawning It will help you to get what your wife told you to Be Sure and Remember And what you are sure to Forget William Artmann Murders His Wifo and Child Noar Tell City H Indiana ztis Â¬ A MODEL FARM r- - i n 1 4 V rfc - IV if Hit M x-- Those Who See Admire the Way Oglesbys Manage Affairs A ddison-- K v Feb 10th 1SI Biikckun iiiimir Xiwa -- I was induced to visit Oglesbys faun nenr your city this week Its a model of econemy in domestic ap- Â¬ pointments Tlio proprietor lias conceived and executed every detail for the approved management of fine stock On this farm of model improvements every detail is simple but useful cheap and frugal I was iinpresssd by tlio great value of the Silo tlio high nnd perfect preservation of food within it nnd the econemy oi us concentrated nnd pre scrvejLcondition I was also impressed witli the manner of utilizing his stalk fodder crob by cutting it into fino food and feeding in largo box troughs His loss mules seven head are superb Brood The case against James Cnrr for tho mares nnd tenm horses large handsome murder of Fete Bryant at Derby will bo and valuable but nbove nil is fho Match called at Cannelton tomorrow the 15th less herd of Holsteln cows heifers rc gis inst tered This herd ranks as iudividuals Tho river last Friday was about as witli the best imported stock This rough as it has over been known here slions tho skill of Breeder and Propri- Â¬ Tho wind blew hard and the waves roll- Â¬ etor Buyers can make no mistake in purchasing nt tlio great silo ed high W E Minor Mr AVarfield Hendrick living near sold to Mr Perry Perkins Clover creek A great cure for cough Mrs A K last week one hog which weighed 459 Morris 450 Canton St Philadelphia Pa pounds for Gcs a pound net weiidit I took several bottles of Dr writes Arthur Board wearo informed with Bulls Cougli Syrup for a bad cough and n viow towards matrimony has taken out was entirely cured an insurance policy on his life for 10 000 He seems to be trying to climb tlio LODIBURG Hill of prosperity Several of tho Cloverport boys got Miss Bobble Hardin was visiting the drunk and got pulled in Hardinsburg Misses Whitwortli last Sunday Monday It will take more money to Mr nnd Mrs W II Gibson were visit- Â¬ pay their lines than their votes were ing Mr N P Gibson last Sunday worth In tho Republican convention Miss Murnio Basham was visiting her Tho best romedy for rheumatism Mr sister Mis Laura Hardin last week John W Gates Petersburg Va writes Ben Hardin and family were visiting used Salvation Oil for Rheumatism I and obtained great relief It is tho best Mr nnd Mrs G W Basliam last week Mr Sam Marshall of Hardinsburg nt remedy I lmvo over tried nnd I shall tended prayer meeting nt Walnut Grove always keep it in tho house Mr John P Beverly came near being last Sunday Mr M W Hardin has been on the burned out again Monday night While nt church fin- - rolled down upon tho sick list for somo timo but ho is better floor nnd when discovered n great hole at this writing was burned- - A little more time and tlio Mr M W Hardin and wife were visit Â¬ house would have been gone ing her parents Mr and Mrs Alex Hen Â¬ John T Wheeler died at his homo dry last Saturday and Sunday Mr mnr Union Star lost Thursday Mr W S Basham has one of the best Wheeler was an old and respected citizen crops of Burloy tobacco raised in this of the county His health has been section and ho is ready for a buyer very bad for years being afllicted will Feiihuabv 0th Mr Walter Dyo was that dreaded disease consumption of hurlednt Walnut Grovo church After which he died lllnes8of sovornl weeks ho doparted Tho Cloverport Dramatic Company this life not as ono without hope Ho will give an entertainment at Red Frout IcaVes a father ono brother and one sis- Â¬ Hall next Tuesday night Fob 20 Tho ter program will consist of a double bill McDANIELS Tho Clemmon Scotts one act dram ma Cupe Mail and Henry Byrons threo Mr and Mrs Tom Glascock spent the net comedy Uncle fourtli and fifth visiting frionds in Fords Miss Ailieno Murray left yesterday ville accompauled by her uncle James B Ruv B A Cundifflios gone to Colum Â¬ Fisher to attend the spectacular dram bia to hold a meeting for Rev S T O ma Sinbad Whilo gone she will bo Coward pastor of tlio M E church tho guest of Mrs James E Stone Pres Â¬ south in that place ton nnd Broadway and Miss Conway on The prayer meeting in the Jarboe Third Avenue Louisvillo neighborhood has assumed such propor- Â¬ George Conrad a farmer disappeared tions that they aro holding it every night in Owensboro last Sunday morning tho this week There have been Beveral 5th inst and has not been Been or heard conversions nnd a few sanctified of since It is thought that probably he Misi Moore who has been visiting has been murdered and the body hid friends hero has return id to her home away as it is known that ho had consid Â¬ nearEvelelgh erable money on his person Tobacco Market The Breckonridgo Company lias com Â¬ promised its damage case witli the wie of Receipts continue heavy In Louisville JnoIIixdeccasedand tlio indications are but still the market Is strong and has an that thoVictorla mines will resume opera- Â¬ upward tendency tions in the near future It will he re Â¬ Tho loss in tho lower grades of loaf membered that Hix got a judgement for noted Iat week were all recovered this damages against tho company to the week and common and medium lugs amount of 1000 somo years ago The sold moral bids higher than the week i compromise was made at 2600 the before company paying all the costs In the The Falls City Warehouse sold 10 cose hhds of Brcckenridge county common luge and trash at 030 to 200 The jproiw jia ic a en r Or Tea am Ml worn out rmllr gout fr nothing Crescent Warehouse sold 0 hhds of It U Kiirol rtclillfly Iry BrHtkenridge county lugs at 9600 to hhohns i mix hittkhh I 9386 Â¬ Â¬ After n regular Oklahoma scramble another portion of the Sylvester Huir nian farm has been transferred to non relatives at least a deed lias been sent off for heirs to sign Mr E II Loyci this time is the happy possessor of forty acres joining ills property on tliO West known as Sugar Tree Hollow well tim Â¬ bered bordering on tlio Leavenworth road 700 is tho prieo paid for tho foity acre tract Tis said that Clarence Gray and Ed Love never slept any for two or threo nights sat up bidding against each otherand Ed is scared half to death now fearing that Clarence will get in unotlier bid before he Ed gets tho deed recorded Wo regret to hear that Will son of Mr Ilanco Hamilton near Brandenburg is down witli typhoid fever Will had a siege of tho fevers something over n year ago from the effects of which I dont supposo he had entirely recovered and ho being confined to tho school room this winter doubtless succumbed for the want of proper exercise Wills onward and upward course has been marked witli success Ho received n first class certificate last fall and taught his first bcIiooI at Wolf Creek This winter as usual success crowned his efforts and we liopo his present inability will bo of short duration Wo also hear that some of Sir Jim Hamiltons folks aro quite sick prostrations from cold aro quito numerous throughout this section of tho country There is a bachelor in this neighbor- Â¬ hood who has had a mania for poultry all ids life Ho has now on hand a mixture of every breed that has been propa gated in the United States from the largest down to the little bantams and thick legs Poultry raising seems to bo his forte Of lato the neighbors have conceived tho idea of converting him in- Â¬ to an incubator providing they can pre- Â¬ vail on his mutual friend the brother who got on n big high cliristmas to furnish the whisky and keep steam up to a certain temperature untlll tlio chickens hatch They are satisfied that if tho friend enn keep tliejbnchelors spirits up till ho hears tho chirping from tlio first setting that nestlo around him thore will bo no more trouble in getting him to set Tlio only trouble arising nt present is they are afraid that the mutual friends appetito for tho crit ter will become so great ho will imbibe too freely himself and not keop tho bachelor properly stimulated in order that ho genorato heat sufficient to keep tlio eggs at tho right temperature I propose that tho neighbors take turn about each man in tho neighborhood take a bottlo of whisky and stay with him a certain length of timo say a day and night Tho experiment will be In- Â¬ teresting What do you say Well not allow Bon Current about for ho would steal tho eggs and suck them As Rev Hyncs has gone in the holo and pulled the holo in after him in say ing I shall not answer any personal matter published in reply Of course we aro at our ropes end lu that direction but another is opened to us Most assuredly that time honored maxim lifts its head from somo other quarter whon evor bankrupt iu allbut that wonderous article advice that like tho widows oil and meal nover fails wo endeavor to bestow a double portion on some luckless wight Beware of sanctified preach- Â¬ ers who strike like an adder then tako to tho bushes proudly lloating tlio white feather In writing up tho Cold Spring muddle I only stated what was told to me by Rev I O Argabright and tho most influential cltizons of that neighborhood I was not at the church at the time the trouble occurred so of course the lie dont rest on my shoul- Â¬ ders But there is a lie out somewhere and the truth is out after it and will find it is my opiniou and whenever they get together theyll have a ripror- ous tussle but the truth is mighty and will prevail Brandenburg Ill tell you the truth is my stronghold It Is the secret ot my existence They are not going tdkfck at Siroooo unfa they can tee some hole close byto dart Into They Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Rev Argnbright will find as many staunch friends in the Cold Spring set Â¬ tlement as Rev Hyncs Tho fight is 0117 now and it remains to bo proven where the lie rests We had Hynes right where wo wanted him In tho public press but like a hungry hound lie made one snap at us tucked his tail between his legs set up a howl and vamosed But here ho speaks of King David as though ho is expecting Divid to lead him out of tlio wilderness Is David the fountain from which your sanctlfication Hows Tlio olllcer who had Uriah placed in tlio front ranks of his army then had his troops withdraw and lcavo Uriali exposed to tho enemys flro shot down like n dog in order that ho David might take tlio poor mans wife Ha ha ha you have struck the koy noto the fundamental tone the truth to tho whole business you have given us the key that unlocks your sanctuary expos Â¬ ing tlio idols you worship Peoplo aro kicking about tlio Mormons nt Salt Lake when wo have them right hero in Meado county but they wear n white washed nauio for n mask to hide them from the law How long lias it been sinco ono of the sanctified brethren In the Cold Spring vicinity took a mans wife nway from him then ndaudoncd her Sho was taken to the poor house where her hus band went to seo her and took her back home And again another ono of the sanctified brothers of Cold Spring treat- Â¬ ed his wife so mean she was taken to tlio lunatic asylum where sho is now a raving maniac I dont say that Will Hynes is trying to disturb tlio cquilli brium of wedded life but I do say that bos in bad company and if lie Is not careful theyll cet him into trouble Will is a nico young man who I believo wants to do what is right but ho is in tho hands of trainers who aro unscrupulous I tell you friend editor this busi- Â¬ ness needs to bo stirred to Its foundation this is no childs play muss I never was moro in earnest in my life and your Wolf Creek correspondent could givo some pointers if amind to but Im fear ful that the correspondent has gotten into the net I hope though that it is only diffidence in attacking unscrupu- Â¬ lous people It is a pity they havent a Bob Owensl at Cold Spring that will make a man stand up in tho pulpit be- Â¬ fore his congregation and whilo tho crocodile tears nro streaming down his face retract the insult ho has offered to ladies Â¬ Â¬ Some of those Roligious To -- wit Delicious Can Goods Excitement Is tho Cause Torriblo Tragody Of His Derangomont and the and Dont forget the Fresh Fruits Cheese Cheese JAILED IN CANNELTON Feb 12 WilIam II Artmann n farmer living about six miles northeast of Tell City about breakfast this morning killed his wifo nnd oldest son John Fads and William Naeglc were tho first to reach tho house They found Artmann lying on the lioor with his murdered wife and boy They first thought tlint Artmann and ids whole family had been foully murdered But as soon as they entered tho house Art Â¬ mann jumped up and rushed at them like an infuriated wild beast nnd it was with great dilllculty and danger to them Â¬ selves that they overpowered him and tied him securely to a board in tho s tner kitchen It appears that tlio family was eating breakfast when tho atrocious crime was committed Aitninnn in the presents of his five children stamped ids wifo to death Her body was in n horrible con- Â¬ dition Her left breast was torn oil tho collar bono broken nnd terribly mangled about tho stomach and nbdomen Her left eye was cut out with a pocket knife Willie this was going on it seems tlint tho oldest boy nged twelve years tried to defond his mother nnd he too suf fered tho same fato at the hands of his enraged father Coroner Labhard and his deputy II Nemsgern found the boy lying across his mother his arms around her neck His body was also terribly mangled and his noso and face mashed showing how he had been stamped to death Thu mothers body was found entirely nude Tho other children had led to the neighbors almost naked nnd covered with blood When tho Coroner went to him Deputy Nomsgernwlio was well acquaint ed with Artmann said Billy is that you Artmann replied Yes where is my family I want to see them When taken In tlio room whero tlio bodies of his wife nnd son lay ho looked at them and still tied to tho board he said to ids wifo God Mollio forgive me fonvlat I havo done Mr Ncmsgorn asked him whether ho committed the deed and his answer was Yes Henry I did I killed them both The bed clothing and fumituro wero scattered about tho room showing signs of a terriblo struggle Mrs Artmann was a Miss Mary Kennedy twin tlio northern part of tho Stated and was n refined woman There wero five children tho oldest twelve years of ago and the young- Â¬ est six months Artmann is about forty years old six fdot four inches in height nnd at present is a raving maniac The four children nre now with the family of Benjamin Brinksueader where they lied to cscapo being murdered with their mother nnd brother Coroner Labhard and a special Con stablo took chargo of Artmann and convoyed him to tho county jail at Cannel- Â¬ ton Ind Thero is great excitement among the neighbors Artmann and his brother Borne ten years ago wero charg Â¬ ed with the murder of a peddler named Henderson in tlio same neighborhood This however was nover proven and he has sinco had a good reputation among his neighbors Tho Coronor has not yet rendered his verdict but all indications point to religious excitement as having caused his madness nnd tho horriblo tragedy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Tull City Ini theres lots of things you want and can get at Oh Do You Burn Oil If you do come in next Saturday and we will furnish you all you want at 10 cents per gallon Dont think because we are selling it at this low price that it is Inferior Oil Because it is the celebrated Head Light Oil 175 Fire Test guarantee every one filled We sell it every So let other day at 20 cents per gallon and will it in every respect Oh what a tangled web we weave When first wo practice to deceive BEWLEYVILLE bring his can and get it Another good rain Monday Mr Hugh Hardaway of Guston was hero Sunday Public school closed hero last weok It was quito n success J L Stlth and Ferdio Hodges wont to the sale at Custer Saturday Mr Griffin attended tlio sale of his tobacco in Louisvlllo last week Boys if you aro not a Mason or n Re- Â¬ publican you nro not in it for the pres- Â¬ ent Rev R M Murrel of tho Baptist Seminary preached to a large congregation here Sunday Dion Jolly nnd a few of tho unterrificd went to Hardinsburg Monday to the Republican convention Miss Lllllo Scott who has been lor a short stay at Mt Pisgah will go homo Tuesday accompanied by Miss Lucy Frand Stuart Bros Coleman hope to bo ablo to get their saw mill started again this week It frozo in the cold weather and burst the holler The style here is dinner party all Rheumatism racks tho system like girls and no boys so if you know of one tliumbscrow It retreats before the of the gentlor sect who wants ono of tho power of Hoods Sarsapnrilla which boys tlioy can b had cheap purifies tho blooL Â¬ Very Respectfully B F BEARD CO HARDINSBURG KY HIGHLAND NURSERY We have about 15000 Apple Trees mostly Ben Davis Rome Beauty and Winesap Â¬ which we propose to deliver to our customers at the following prices cash on delivery Apple Trees 2 years old 1st olass 500 per 100 Apple Trees 2 years old 2d olass 300 per 100 Peach Trees medium 2 to 3 feet at 10 ots each CONSUMPTION averted or If too late to avort It it Is often cured and always relieved by Is Scotts jmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmm Emulsion bBatt 4 BawastiYi AllUSfsHU School Report District No 21 for tlio month ending Feb 2nd Eddie Scott 001 Ernest Drlskell 003 Lucy Noblett 051 Kolly Watts 053 Thomas Drlskell 03 Clifton Payne 020 Asa Darned 00 Peyton Scott 881 Elza Harried 877 Steve Gray 874 Allle Weatherford 871 Minnie Brock 87 Claud I lamed 87 Percy Macy 304 Lou Payno 802 Vic- Â¬ tor Harnod 833 Mattio Taber 85 Our report only gives those making 85 per cont or moro This percontago Includes attendance class record and doportment Andiikw Diuhkkll Teacher Tub Compulsory Education Bill was killed in the House last Saturday All other stock at reduced prices Order now as we do not expect to hold stock long at these low prices Address WB JACK FOR SALE Two years oM will be three Jnue 15 iS llltck with all the pulnte M hands hhi very stylish snJ highly bred lor further Informa tion or particulars cat on or uddrets Â¬ Ashby j CLOVERPORT KY FOR SAL -- the Cream of Cod liver Oil Cures Coughs Colds and Weak Lungs Physicians the world over endorse It DmI 1 dKthM ky SkWUsI will cenvlHce the mutt skeptical that C O C CertttlH Cettflt Cure Is the vroHtost remedy exttmt for the cure A trial ef LHUrlppe Crettp Caught WIIUAM IIRAUD Hardinsburg Ky l uiillunanlt - 11 - mlna la est or uwensboro on - M I A T K R and is in fc oou OMrailnn conilwA Only small cash payment will be ncceiary tu secure trade balance will be taken in eJ For further tlcularscall on or addrcso SIMMONS Uwensboro Ky Thirty years lease on N Mlncslnciudlnr horses thre JassKPT1 pr llO j4u rf lttnmirf4mer0 6 Highest of all Leavening Power THE BRROKRNRIDGEl NEWS OLOVKRPORT KY Latest U S Govt tf croit WHO ARE THEY r Dq Breckenridge News J Baking Rev Harvey Finds Some Pcoplo in Oiral Many Children lVII lllli Ul KlflUIII as oilier akin disco wrll n tliountmN of frown UWpttllct by taking Dr 1iercos v i A Vi nntl IliHU SUCCESSFUL MAN Cloverport Worth Mentioning Tho Row Dr Harvey of tho Western Recorder who preached in the Clover Â¬ port Haptlst church on Sunday tho LStli lilt lind this to say In his last weeks paper I preached at Cloverport chinch Intt Sunday Tho Sunday Bchool is pood average attendance from 110 to K0 They aro still without n pastor but do not expect to bo in this condition long I saw a sister of whom I heard who has read her Bible through fifty times in Another sister the past fifty yeais whoso husband was a member of a other church and had no sympathy for the Uapttsts When they married twenty years ago she commenced taking the Western Recorder nnd ho took his de- nomlnational paper In about two years uo said There is no uso in taking two papers and proposed to stop them She said the Recorder should not cost him anything she would save from her usual Ho pin money tho yearly subscription continued for pome time to take his paper and finally discontinued it He did not liko the Recorder but she read it closely with pencil in hand and when she read anything that she was particii larly anxious for him to read she would mark it and leave the paper on the table or where he could not help but see it and having souio curiosity as some men have he would read such articles but At tho end of iot in her presence seventeen years ho became a member of h T church and attributed his conversion to Haptist principles to the reading of the Western Recorder Â¬ ABSOLUTECT PURE HOW HE MADE IT discipline nnd that ho knows everything the child lias to learn or wants to know Mr Phil Armour the great Chicago WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 111801 Hut then education and self sufiiciency capitalist has some ideas aud methods are deadly enemies A pupil can not which aro In accord with thoso of tho appreciate gentleness of manners and of lato Georgo W Chllds of speech duo deferenco to the opinions Tho Chicago millionaire is the grealett others when advisable if the teacher is Ho employs 12000 trader iu the world GROVE BEECH not a practical demonstration thereof Than ours just fry it If you think you hnvnt persons pays 7000000 yearly In wages MclKAN COlNTV Mature observation is another necessary owns 4 000 cars and 800 horses He Is money enough to buy just what you want como A Science Nocossitating a Systom accompaniment to a teachers endow Â¬ Kmnnuel Ilaydcn son of George Ilay not only n philanthropist but an opti- Â¬ ment It is all very well to know tho and sec if wo havnt put the price within tho atizod Knowlodge of Psychoden nnd Laura Puycar daughter of Wm mist and speaking of tho opportuniprinciples of science psychology and reach of your pocket book Try us on nil these Puyear wero united In matrimony by ties for our young men in the future he logical Principles the mental activities the theories of Rev Father Schmitt at his residence says propositions just for fun organic and inorganic world etc but if Wealth capital can do nothing with Â¬ Feb 4 wo do not rolled much very little will out brains to direct It It will bo as truo Charles Drury who was thrown from Toachors Should Find Thoir Own bo accomplished Is his horse one night about two months iu the future as it in tho present that The first condition to do this is tho They Corroct Faults Before J brains make capital capital docs not ago is still in bed nnd being near tho all firm determination to overcomo - JS1 Tho world docs not stand Those of Othors 13IC3- of eighty will have a poor chanco of make brains age difficulties to master if necessary the still Changes como quicker now than recovering most obstruse themes to listen to advice they ever did and they will come quick o BOUUNE DANIEL BH00K3 J M I1AKPEK and to practice whatever good we learn St Benedicts church of this place will er and quicker New ideas now invent- Â¬ J MainHappy Contented Instructors Thorn it is where many a man shrinks have by Faster new stained glass win- ions new methods of manufacture of from tho path clearly marked out he tain The Dignity of Tho dows which will be a groat Improvement transportation new ways to do almost CO BROOKS BOURNE There are not dreads the labyrinths of science the for tho new church Profession everything wijl bo found as tho world seemingly insurmountable impediments many catholic families belonging to grows older and thu men who anticipate Beech Grove but ns few as there are or opposition lack of confidence personal them and who are ready for them will FOR THE PEDAGOGUE defects arc some of all the imperious they are great workers find advantages ns great as any their call of duty that will never allow itself In the Catholic cllurch Jan 10th at fathers or grandfathers have had Â¬ to be slighted long before the fatal con the nuptial mass Rev Fngelbert Schmitt Mr Armour believes in living in to Follow teachers of ISreckenridKU coun CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP sequences show We must be ready for officiating Mr Lonzo Mackoy and Miss day and not yesterday Hu frankly for the all these emergencies bo We must not ty As I hnvo been n teacher Lizzie Dcmarest wero married The admits that he does not hold the same Why Hoods Wins hist five years anil very much endeared like some people that know what ought marriage ceremony was very impress opinions that he held twenty years ago LOUISVILI KY BOURBON STOCK YARDS You cannot ive and was solemnized in the presence President Lincoln said to the work hut as Divine Providence to be done nnd are willing but neverthe aud says that hu Is willing t change his They of a largo circle of friends and relatives has withdrawn some of my jjood health less do not what pleases them most at tho fool the people a second time views to suit tho times Talking about and left mo an invalid I will maku the time Our aim must always be to in are too quick to recognize real merit or Their many friends wish them every his habits and methods ho Bays THE POPULAR FAVORITE attempt to write you on pelf improve crease the knowledge of human nature lack of it and cling only to those things blessing in this world that human A man must master his undertaking to do right which they find to bo what is claimed wealth and happiness can afford and a ment to conquer every obstacle and and not lit it master him Ho must There is no topic relative to the imli in all cases no matter what people say It for them lone prosperous and happy life May havo tho power to decide quickly overt of such vital importance as is imposnblo to please al but in most is especially gratifying that tho sale vidualt eachcr It vourios in this world bo many nnd to decide instantly on which Bide ho is that of self improvement It is a science cases wo are aware of knowing exactly of Hoods Sarsapnrilla increases most your sorrows few going to make his mistakes As for ap Away therefore necessitating a systematized knowledge what we ought to do rapidly in thoso sections where it is best plication no great thing Is uono without Tho first witli all subservience to public opinion known Tho New Road Law of psychological principles that In my own case I have carried in- Â¬ -point is who and what needs improve- Â¬ and personal interests if these conllict The inference is plain Hoods Sarsa Tho Klizabethtown News has the folto business the working habits I learned ment the second where tho defects re- with our duty parilla has proven that it possesses lowing to say about tho new road law as a boy on a New York farm All my --quiring correction emanato from and It maintains n high Tho new road law liko all other acts lift I have been up with the sun The The neiawary part of a teashcrs cur- Â¬ genuine merit lastly how to correct and how to pro- riculum is a thorough acquaintance with standard which others cannot approach passed by the last Legislature without habit is as easy at sixty one as it was at gress the main brunches and their cognates It is tho peoples favorite an emergency clan went into elled on sixteen perhaps easier because I am To know the necessity of improvement This is best acquired in the college or and building up medicine and is tho third day of last October ninety days I havo my breakfast by hardened to it All presupposes a knowledge of hulf our normal but needs also much individual more popular this year than ever before after tho Legislature adjoin ned half past C or 0 oclock I walk down principle traits idealism and inclinations study Diligent reading the arrange All this because Hoods CritK gentlemen who have handed in road town to my office and am tliero by 7 our emotions ulfcctaiions and desires ment of our studies at certain hours and petitions since tho third day of October oclock and I know what is going on in of which we are most susceptible as well tho requiring of a certain amount of work VICTORIA are hereby informed that they aro out tho world without having to wait for as the outer inlluencca that occasion at specified times of ourselves will faciliof court unless they have seen tho new to come and tell me At noon 1 them Wo are only too much inclined tate a course to reach the highest steps Times are rather dull hero at present law and been governed by it A petition others have a simple luncheon of bread and ASSORTED FLAVORS IN EACH CARTOON to credit many of our mishaps to the on the ladder Daily gradual and per Â¬ but we hope for a reaction in the near for change of road now must bo signed milk and after that usually a short nap want of co operation in our pupils while severing oirrts will train and discipline future Tho by as many as five petitioners which freshens me again for the nftor RATE8 in fact we fail to invito them to pront-s-ivroad sought our inclinations and arrest the frivolous petition must describe tho Prof Kellys school wis out Friday 20 ZV PtR DAY noons work I am iu bed again a 0 and encouraging study and lightsome disports that we aro prone Ho taught a good school and wo were to ho changed or opened very minutely oclock every night In tho first place we must learn to to It will onoble and purify our inten- well pleased with his appearance The County Judge and County Clerk Tins is the talk of a typical American direct ourselves Where is self con- tions and purposes We must come to uro positively prohibited from writing business man The men who have We are having quite an interesting do sciousness and persistent supervision over the knowledge of the fact that we aro wants any bate here every Saturdy night under the these petitions and if a man achieved the greatest success in our thought word and action so needful a not working for ourselves alone but for leadership of John Price tho Victoria changes wo would udviso him to get a cities started in life ns poor country boys concomitant as on the part of a teacher good one other aIsi ho is others lawyer and a dentist They mado inonoy because they had Mind and body are so intimately connect We have so ar spoken of requisitions liable to get astray and find afterward brains intregrity and industry There Miss Korea Mullet and Miss Vanah ed as to render a never relaxing control now we must speak of what must be an expensive The will always be opportunities that his mistakes aro in this Our faces are ticipated in us nor will any acquisition Overton of Hickory Lick were at our fiscal court next nuetiug mint appiint n over ourselves necestary country forsuch men and it is pessimislast debate They were the guest of Mr like mirrors and we should never forget benefit while tho opposing evil is not for tho whole county or road supervisor tic nnd foolish to say that conditions that the children who seo tho good or rooted Sluggishness lack of principle Win McOavock and wifo ono for each magisterial district as the have changed to such an extent as to bar -- 25sS JOUISYILLE DPRITCHEY Mrs W Miillin and daughter of Clov- Â¬ court may decide best MANAdCR evil embodied arc imitating us perhaps either tending towards ourselves or our The said court out the youngsters who possess these unconsciously What must inlluunce us pupil and careless drifts aro baneful ad erport are visiting Mr Joe Friels and must nlso nppoint a sulficiont number of qualities Hoys with tho gifts and talin this vigilance Tho desire to bo hon- juncts to any ono of our profession Let family Tho overseers to have the work dono ents of a Chihls or an Armour will make Rfl ANHOOD RESTOREDI ored looked up to to command good us rouse ouiselves and do away with this Tho report was out that tho cuunel work is to be done at least in part by tho guaranteed to euro nil neirouKlliieaseiiiucliBi Weak Memory LoasodJrala lowur Ueadaclio Wttkelulnon Lou Mauliood NlxUtl j Kiu1Iod Nerrous No as self control is only the perambulating method of doing things coal was exhausted here but by recent hands all the able bodied men between their way in thu future as they havo in salaries H 3k nets all drains and lorn of powerlnGeneratlTeOivaiiiof tobacco oDlum or atim of either sexcuned the past Alanta Constitution brOTervxertlnn Youthful error exceulTe uso preliminary step to all selfiniprovement just because something or other takes discoveries it seems to bo quite di ire rent eighteen and fifty years except ministers ulantswlilcUlfndtolntJrniltrConurapllonor Insanltr Can ne carried la pocket HI rboxO forH5 br mall prepaid With a 83 order we wit i written sruaritnteei to cure r refund the so sentiments of duty motives of a mor- our fancy A little good will enable us Mr Joe Allen passed hero en route to of tho gospel aud those who resido in Blvo brail AXTEL miner Sold Hnnlril Nook sent Write druffRlts ArkforlLtakennnthpr al and religious character must permeate to see our shortcomings but the denial Rock Lick but wo are under tho impres incorporated towns No man can be re Â¬ irlKuiouu In Dlaln wrapper Address NEllVtEm COMasoiilcTemDleCiiicAan luuuiiu salo Iu Cloverport Ky by A It rlSllEHandby C C fnrfroflMndtril Kur MAUT1N Druggists our whole being of many littlo things pleasing to our taste sion ho stopad nearer Hickory Lick Mr II T Speak has moved to Daviess quired to work more than six days in All our so called advances in politness though perhaps notstiictly wrong lakes thu year Tho directors have tho right county Mr Speak has been visited by Mrs Paredino Shore returned homo kind regards for tho wishes of others courage if tho indulgence in any such Â¬ GROSS A FAVORITE last Monday from Basket Station where to employ men teams etc and to incur some of the severe troubles of life recentcharity will be based on a llimsy founda pleasures would be at variance with our other expenses of road working which ly and it is hoped that tho sun of his she has been visiting for several days tion a sham and a fraud a mass of hy duty Hut every one must then bo his aro to bo paid for by tho fiscal court life will give forth brighter rays in thu pocricy self delusion and selfishness if own judge nnd monitor which is empowered to maku a special future His Second Wife Didnt Mention not the thought of doing our duty anil Let mo seo a happy contented teach Tho court is Charlie Bennett was so excited at his Told him tho secret of her good levy for road purposes giving honor to our Cr ator or the motor er perhaps overworked but maintaining health She used Parks Tea every empowered to designate tho width the wedding iu tho Long Lick church on Though principles tho dignity belonging to tho profession night A It Fisher druggist roads shall bo made but no road must tho 2Dth ult that ho forget to remoe 1 begrudge what I should In a teacher all propensities of a simp and Should bo less than fifteen or more than sixty his overcoat aud leggings ly natural or itjiimit character must in must do for my pupils Our feelings feet wide Plainly Stated In speaking of the influential men of tutiively obey tho noblo impulses of the must bo true guides ever ready for new What Ministers Say About the Legislature thu Lexington Observer Great Britain is a small island kingVigilance and effort will accom Â¬ impressions of tho grand and beautiful soul THE TURKEYS IN MEXICO HUNTING has this to say plish this and we shall bco by how fartlie truly ethical tho love of my country dom and the Uulttd Statts is n big country Senator Gross of Breckenridge coun Â¬ ideal pleasure of the intellect and of an Then wo cannot fail to grow stronger ty is a great fnvorito in that body Yet Great Britain has prospered and Women Dogs and Mustangs all Take unpolluted heart transcend all our so better nobler every day and wo will While ns courto us ns Chesterfield ho is Tliu sources of true realio what tho ideal bchool and tho now controls the commerce of the world called enjoyments Fart in the Exciting Chase Editorial from Central Methodist as prompt ns Napoleon nnd as brave ns while our country is in the worst stages refinement nnd a lofty elevation over the ideal teacher ought to be Catlettsburg Ky I to v J5 Monk Edi- Â¬ Julius CicMr Iu his oratorical elTorts of a financial depression There is somenarrow and pusillanimous way of tho Gio fliuv S0N0RITAS FLING THE LASSO tor Unless ten thousand men mainly ho resembles James II Heck more than wrong somewhere and the people world lie within most of us They are Ilarned Ky thing professional men lawyers doctors any public man the State has over knowni want to know just what it is The Britgiven by tho Creator Who does not pos The Mexican idea of hunting wild turÂ¬ editors preachers and all classes includ- using the satuo short pithy sentences Mr Albert Favorite of Arkansas City ish by adopting the policy of freo trade sess or cultivate something of this inde keys on horseback with only a dog and a ing the writer aro very much mistaken and tho samo tpiick and lingular gesticu- Â¬ scrlble attributes is not competent to im Kan wishes to give our reader tho have made tho country tho worlds ropo Is iu striking contrast to tho Amer- Â¬ tho Elect ropoise effects cures gives lation benefit of his experience with colds workshop They take the raw material lie speaks but seldom usually pel tho hearts of others as thuy should contracted a cold early last of every land manufacture it and send ican method which embodies the con- Â¬ relief where all other remedies havo not over flvo minutes and never without lloHivs To tell you to bo sure nnd bco he directed struction of log pens or blinds and in failed especially is it elficacious in deli making the ire fly both with eyes nnd We are not simply In this transient spring that settled on my lungs and bad It back to its producers They take a I caught pound of American cotton for 7 cents which the shotgun or rifle is so promicato feeble women tongue A short jnrky motion of tho our stock of now world for self gratification immortality hardly recovered from it when nent a factor The Scnoritasparticipato Kev W W Hruce Hustonvllle Ky head to the left a quick convulsive is tho watchword that eehoss and re another that hung on all summer and and send It back in shapes that com Â¬ in tho clinso hud as the courso lies I mand from 20 to 100 cents n pound With tho Electropoiso I have cured movement of the nrms n snap in the echoes In us whether wo wish to hear or left mo with a hacking cough which thought I never would get rid of 1 had Here is a lesson for our poqilo Wo through tho thorny e uiparral they don a bad caso of opium habit in less than eyos and the work begins like tho falling I do not under not Some may say Cough Remedy cannot get rich by producing raw ma- a semimascullne costume The turkeys two months time the patient now has of grnpo nnd canister in tho heat of battle stand if so for a few momynU throw used Chamberlains some fourteen years ago with much suc Â¬ terial for other nations and sections to cat so abundantly of miiBt that they can- no desire for tho drug Beforo you placo jour Spring order miile tho allurements of sttnsuil pleasure not raise their fat bodies iu aerial flight Itov John I Kogers Danville Ky money making schemes tear away tho cess nnd concluded to try it again manufacture A whole volumno of po- Â¬ and or when pursued by hounds and horse Â¬ A kins woman of mine who was apparWo havo them from 3 cents nBinglo I L mouth of intellectual sluggish noun and When had got through with ono bottlo litical economy is summed up iu these men they seek safty iu running As ently rapidly sinking into the grave my cough had left me and I have not statements Wo cannot expect to prosfalse hccurity that makes in shrink from roll up to 25 cents 1 per until wo manufacture tho crude pro- tho hounds ovcrfuko them they break suffering with sciatic rheumatism in self introspection to think of what an sullereil with a cough or cold since the turkeys necks and throwing them extreme pain night nud day iu a very ideal self ought to bo Oil this ono have recommended it to others nnd all ducts of our fields and mines 50 cent bottles for Paste this in your hat Atlanta Con- Â¬ aside continue tho chase for other mem short timo obtained freedom from all word ought tho most weighty of all speak well of it The iSenoritas with pain walks without crutch or cane aud bers of thu flock salo by A It Fisher Cloverport and stitution Hut if borne with willingness nnd up lasso colled in hand ready for casting declares that she is well It is a mystery Kinchuloo Meador liardiusburg right intention it will support tho hearJoseph V Dory of Warsaw 111 was urge their hardy mustangs to greater to me almost a miracle er whilst on the other hand it may striking distance Itov W F Wyatt Morning Viow SAMPLE troubled with rheumatism and tried a speed and when in crush him I began to Improve from tho first launch thoir ropes with wonderful ac- Â¬ Ky number of dllforout remedies but Bays Man is mortal finite yes but his soul sick aro improving very slowly Tho WEEKLY wonder working of them seemed to do him any curacy often encircling tho neck of a application of tho none with its trinity of powers Is such a sub Prayer meeting every Sunday night fine bird Tho blow of a whip suffices to gem my general health is better than OLOVERPORT KY good but finally ho got hold of ono that lime wonderful immeasurable com Â¬ Many plant beds have been burned speedily cured him Ho was much kill tho captured turkey and away tho it has been iu years I beliovo it to be a pound of Him who made it that itshould an I sowed in this community Office Willi Dr J X Owen inm pleased with it and felt sure that others fair huntress goes to join In tho sport Gods given remedy not and must not be buried in mental Itov Itolit M Harrvtt Haptist Semi Miss Addio M Jolly commenced her similarly nlllictcd would liko to know Tho mustangs aro trained and follow tho Und of llrldcre sloth nnd worldly recklessness Ii a len page eight colurai Democratic News I gladly add my paper It oontalni too best of everything what tho remedy was that cured him fleeing turkeys with us much fidelity as nary Louinvillo Ky If the thought of our destinies in this school at this place hist Monday AI1 kinds of Dental work done and istll JUNKY WiTTitiQH It tbe Editor golny testimonial to that of ninny witnesses Arthur Mattlngly says that lie has a Ho states for tho benefit of tho public tho broncho pursues cattle world and ovoryono has his place as faotlon guaranteed Tho Mexicans are careful when a flock for tho Electropoiso Besides other that it is called Chamberlains Pain signed in the complex machinery of pleasant school In Roberts Hottom - - Price -100 a Year serious troubles I havo cured a severe Hulm For salo by A It Fisher Clover- Â¬ of turkeys which thoy intend to hunt society whether he fills it or not and in Mr C Deppe and his bridge crew aro is discovered in tho chaparral to form a attack of lagnppo in one night treat- Â¬ Meador liardius- Â¬ port and Klncheloo bridge tho next imbues how can we knowing at work on the Tba Hkku Couriik Jouinai makes very semicircle between them and tho nearest ment liberal terras to agents and aires free pre Â¬ and concoiving that which is most grand was burg Mr Miller Severs of Owenshoro Itov Georgo H Means Covington miums for clubs Sample copies of tbe paper timber toward which tho turkeys in Â¬ and beautiful refuse to approach these tho guest of Miss Hcssio Weidman last and fur pige Premium Borplemsot tent free In ono nights timo tho Electro stinctively turn for escape Tho fright Â¬ Ky- Rousseau Aint Afraid Whore so Wednesday standards of perfections to any adjress Write to Puestov Ky Feb 5 1891 Mn J D ened game upon discovering their pur Â¬ poise relieved mo of brain congestion much is at stake in the rearing of child David Marshall of Huwesville Mr Courier - Journal Company suer glvo a gobble of terror and spring and vertigo My wife was relieved of a len we must first bo living examples of was tho guest of MIsa Maggie Weidman IUiiiimie Sin enclosed find 1 100 lor into tho air but as said before thoy aro severe attack of neuralgia in ono hour which send to tho nbovo address your men and women whoso object it is to do Saturday and Sunday LOUISVILLE KY Address HuBois it Webb Itoom 10 valuable paper tho Hiucckkniuixie News so full of mast thuy cannot poiso them Â¬ good and to render honor to whom honMr Sam Keys of Ixidiburg was the I am a Republican selves for light Thu greyhounds used Norton Block Fourth and JelTcrson sts BRE0KENKIDQE MEWS THE root and branch or is duo llesides a strict vigilance Louisville Ky CURES MOTHIHG BUT PILES neither crooked nor wind shukm there- Â¬ in turkey coursing are not fed ufter sun Â¬ self control implies a certain degree of guest of his aunt Mrs Mary McAfee Saturday and Suuday fore am not ufrud to rend whut I would down of the preceding day and havo an C C C Certain Com Cure modesty as a necessary compliment A SURE and CERTAIN CURE eager hungry look When taken afield Weekly Courier - Journal was call a neat nnd newsy Dcmocralio paper thuy Intuitively know that a hunt Is on removes corns whi Im biiHleui Mr IM Robertson of Owenshoro la tho master of tho situation com known for IB years as the BEST Will U test one year to any address far 1200 moles mid chIIoiihc WwrrfiH Most Respectfully anil display anxiety for iU commence- Â¬ tod NcothHt C REMEDY petent to subject the most exuberant tho guest of his father James Robertson Address JN0 D BAllUAOE blown rnm4 ftKHsiMei FOR PILES lent atBinM to t ItOlSSUtV JlllUNKR ment Ulobe Uemorat Inuvcry botllu Thkuho oihvi CloYtrport Ky tompcrnient to n wiso and wholesome near this place lost week Self Improvement Â¬ jvcry insonier uini can do readied through tho blood yields to 1U purifying qualities Uo exh ilo it Imlltls up trhplrtom strenctli not merely fill liko Cod liver oils A scrofulous condi tion of tlio Wool invites ntnrrli Urnnchitis nnd Consumption Wo ro nil oxjwiscd to tho germs or consumption grip or ma- tlfictra i it ttlv ilin iimlr mifi YnilTer When voiiro wenlc tirud out ond dobllitnted or when pimples and Uotclirs nrowir hood tho warning in il tlino Tho Discovery sets Ii nil tho orgniw into henlthy no Â¬ tion rwttceiillv tho liver for Hints tho Klnt of entrnnco for these genus Ihen If tho blood Is puro theyll bo thrown oft Theres no ritk If It falls to lietiollt or euro In nil ensea of Impure blood or Inactive liver your money Is tvtunnxL Molricn MiMilqii uucovorr Phil Armour Wont From a Poor Country Boy to a Many Tlmos Just Try It If you think you can using booillc just other town is hotter than Big Spring just try It If you think you can fintl liner or cheaper bo elected to oflico without If you think gomo try it Millionaire The Greatest Trader in Thfi World and Employs Twelve Thousand Mon Dry Goods Clothing Groceries Boots and Shoes Â¬ JACOB MEYER SUPIICrO- Y Â¬ HARPER Commission Salesmen of Live Stock Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KIS ME GUM Â¬ Nearly Half a Million Cakes Â¬ Consumed Every Week f Â¬ blood-purifyin- g Â¬ NO GRIT NO D8RT That is Why Everybody Chews Â¬ KIS ME V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ if jf SZ2W Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Have been looking Â¬ ELECTROPOISE for you Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ all Â¬ Â¬ clay Â¬ X Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wall Papers Â¬ Â¬ Br J Moorman Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BARBAE The COURIER JOURNAL Eesident Dentist -- - Â¬ Â¬ Sugar-Tree-Ru- TABLERSDII C RHRKFYFrlLC OINTMENT Â¬ Â¬ Cltn