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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XVIII OVERLAND TO CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1894 FLOATING ABOUT Â¬ NO 31 CALIFORNIA Notes From a Journal Kept by Mrs Francis H Sawyorina Jour- Â¬ ney Across tho Plains MAY 9 TO AUGUST 17 1852 Â¬ Re vis id and Compiled for the Entertainment of the Readers of tho Brcckenridge News II Sabbath Wa camped this afternoon at I oclock tn resttlie remain der of tho day Wo have been traveling for several days in company with an old gentleman and Ills family He lias with him bin wife two sons daughter and daughters husband Tho daughter is dressed in bloomer costume pants short skirt and rod top boots Ithink it is a verv ap propriate dress for a trip like this So many ladies wear it that I almost wish that I was so attired mjself Tho old lady wears a short skiit nnd pantlctts She is fifty years old Her health was not gocd when sho started but it is im- Â¬ proving now Distance traveKd sixteen miles iMuy 24 To day has bsen a very warm oiv but nothing stnrtling has occurred to break tho monotony of the trip Tho roach however continue good and wo arc making rapid strides toward tho far May 211 Â¬ West Mr Sawyer guards his mules of nights now for fear that the Indians may steal them Distance traveled to day thirty miles May 23 Wo came to tho Platte river to day It is a wide and shallow stream and its water is warm and muddy There is bome timber on its banks nnd on tho islands Some Indians aro in camp near us to-Â¬ night nnd they came over to our camp begging for something to cat They aro not very pleasant looking guests thouah they seem to be friendly and peaceable Distance traveled twenty five miles May 20 A largo party of Pawneo Indians passed us this morning going on to their hunting grounds nfter bullUlo nnd this afternoon wo mat them return- Â¬ ing They had met a party of Sioux and the result was a battle took placo The Sioux had whipped them killing and scalping two of tho partyand wounding several others Tho Pawnees were very angry and badly frightened Some were armed with bows and some with guns I met spine ladles that saw tho fight and they said that they wero seared almost to death themselves Tho Pawnees had made a poor fight There wero only thirteen Sioux and tlipy whipped sixty or seventy Pawnees When wo came to where tho battle had been fought Mr Sawyer und I drove off tho road a short distance to see ono of tho Indians who had been killed It was tho most horrible eight I ever saw Four or five arrows were sticking in his body and Ids scalp was gone leaving his head bore bloody and ghastly I am sorry I went out to look at him I havo had tho blues over since Wo are in camp with a largo company of emigrants to night and havo out a strong guard So wo women are safe nnd secure from ihnger nnd may rest in peace and comfort if wo dont dream of dead Indians Tho gross is good hero but mosquitoes Â¬ L HI-- te nro verbad Â¬ Distance traveled twenty two miles May 27 Morpheus cozily wrapped us nil in his arms last night and the pleas ant dreams of our far away Kentucky homo wero not disturbed by the Indians oitlior dead or alivo I have plucked somo beautiful prairie flowers to day The prario is very pret- Â¬ ty dressed in its many bright colors and tho atmosphere is sweet with its frogranco Tho flowers somewhat resem Â¬ ble tho bloom of tho sweet pea Distance traveled twenty five miles May 28 Nothing of startling impor- Â¬ tance happened to day The same old monotony endless prairies Distance traveled thirty miles May 29 Wo arrived at new Fort Kearney nt 2 oclock this afternoon nnd went iuto camp near it Wo v rote somo lotters homo aud mailed them nt tho Fort Tho Fort is a neat littlo place kept in tho best of order and tho bcst of order is kept in it Thero aro several ladies hero with their husbands who are officers Thoy keep an account of tho number of emigrants who pass this placed aud a soldier came out this afternoon to get our names to register Distance traveled to day fifteen miles May 30 Sabbath Wo passed tho Fort this morning and kept thelmnk of the Platte river till we arrived at a point ten miles abovo where wo forded tho stream Tho Platte is a mile wide nt this point and our wagois pulled very iiard in the quick sand Mr Sawyer went over in the carriage with me The water was so deep that our mule had t swim in I was greatly frightened soma places and hold on tightly to my husband When we got over Mr Sawyer took the mule out of the carriage aud went back on her tahelp tw Ws over with the The mules stopped once and wagon the wagon settled down so that oxen had to be procured to help start It iignin At has been in the largo cities but this in go there for thai purpose but I have last they got over safe and as tho wugon crease has been nt tho expense of tho seen funny things in n cliuruh I was nt box hail been propped up everything country district Everywhere the n revival meeting of thcCnmpbelitcHanl kept dry though In this wo wero more in him population has Increased while in the pioachcr in a vigorous and earnest fuilunnto than many othets who ueie many instances tho suburban has fallen wny was calling upon tho sinners to come Many had their effects A Tramp Tells of Some Amusing off crosf lug to day Mnny young men leave country to repentance The spirit nnd tho bride greatly damaged by water Incidents and Gives Somo homes nnd go to tho city wholly unpre say come let him that hearcth say come Wo went into camp on tho bamk of pared to meet tho duties and the respon- Â¬ let him who is a thirst come he cried Good Advice the river whero wo had crossed sibilities that como with the change nnd in n loud voice nnd just then n lnrcc AVo havo traveled all day in May 31 they aro unable to keep up with tho mnd Newfoundland dog went trotting up tho heat nnd dust It is quite warm nnd Boys Should Not Bo Too Anxious rush of city life They havo not learned isle right to tho preacher Tho poor dusty now and tho grass is net good n trade and nro building their castles dog was driven out nnd tho preacher I to Loavo tho Farm for a Distance traveled twenty eight miles upon the hope of finding some easy placo was very much vexed the next day Juno 1 Wo heard of thrro very sud Â¬ with a laigo salary attached Such when a pious old Methodist brother nsk in tho City Job den deaths this morning and the disrasc places aro not offering nnd men who nro ed why ha did not dip that dog in tho H5 is supposed to bo cholera Tho emi willing to turn n hand to anything aro water IF By mutual agreement wo are closing out grants in traveling over the plains dig numerous The demand to dny is for Peculiar to Itself Tho Best Places aro Filled by Skill- Â¬ shallow wells to procure cold water men who can do somo ono thing well our entire stock of Merchandise to dissolve So eminently successful has Hoods ed Men Who Began at tho This water is strongly impregnated with and tho man who would win success Sarsnparilla been that many leading cit partnership and by this transaction we pro- Â¬ nnd it is thought that by drinkalkali must bo willing to commence nt tho bot- Â¬ izens from nil over tho United States Foot of the Ladder ing thi these unfortunato people have pose to give our old friends and customers tom and work up Tiioso who are un- Â¬ furnish testimonlsls of cures which seem been taken severely sick and died willing to go through the drugery of an nlmost miraculous Hoods Sarsapnrilln the benefit of our entire stock at cost We AVe nro making good time now Idle Loafers Are an Incumbrance to apprenticeship can not expect to know is not nn accident but tho ripo fruit of Distance traveled twenty eight miles have a full line of everything kept by a much about any kind of employment industry nnd study It possetses merit the Progress of the World and Juno 2 Wo nro now in the Dufmlo ntil must bo blown about by tho cruel peculiar to itself Country Store So if you have a Dime or a Ought to Die Uegions nnd tho only fuel wo hnvo is nnd uncertain winds of chance While Â¬ SIO bill tc spend now is your time to get Hoods Pills euro Nausea Sick Head buflhlo chips Theso make a good hot young men can not bo content to stay at lire Wo are in camp near tho Shawnee your bargains home where they aro surrounded by ache Indigestion IlilllousiHss Sold by Springs Tho water is very fine cold as FUNNY good influences nnd aro at least sure of all druggists IN CHURCH THINGS Come and see us qnick ice and cUnrns crystal Wo enjoy tills something to eat and a pneo to Bleep is In Memory treat very much nfter having been com Â¬ a mystery to tho writer who has tried Ky Jan IN 18S Harmnsiuik CO pelled to use tho unu holcsome wntercon While tho editors were off attending tho other way and failed There is cer- Â¬ The rentlcss scavenger Death has taincdlu tho shallow wells of the plains tho Republican Convention nt tainty more of promlso nnd hojie for tho uecn abroad in our laud mid among Hardins for several days past The grass is also burg on tho 12th inst a seedy tramp young man who stays at homo A run those who havo been called from earth very good hero wandered iuto tho News office nnd in- through tho history of tho world will to view eternitys vast realm was ono Distance traveled twenty fivo miles quired for paper and pencil Ho was show that nearly nil tho truly great men of whoso likeness the poet has said June 3 Wo hnd a hard rain aud directed to tho desk of the local editor were Hesides tho major- Â¬ None knew thec but to hue thix thunder storm last night aud it is cool where such materials None named thee but to pciinc ity of tho great men of tho world have wero lying Idle and pleasant to day Wo camp by a and seating Tho petted nnd cherished daughter of himself ho went to writing come from the farm It is undeniable creek of good clear water to night After completing his work that every boy who goes out into tho Mr nnd Mrs Allen Adklsson In tho 23d he continued This is to our liking ns tho water of tho on his weary wny with the price of n world would win fame and wealth but year of her life Susie ns alio was famil- Â¬ Matte is so warm that we avoid its use nights lodging which ono of tho ollico nt tho same timo they nro unwilling to iarly called by her friends and they whenever it is possible to do so hois gave him in his pocket His pro- Â¬ undergo the toil and tho privations that were many had been in delicate henlth Distance tinvobu twenty five miles fortune demands of thoso who woo her for years and father mother nnd sisters duction is wortii reading and Never were known to sell goods at prices wo arc gelling now June I To day we have passed a that ho was not only at ono timeitinshows favors If young men would nt the stnrt did all that loving nnd devoted relatives bet great many new made graves nnd we ter do to make pleasant and happy circumstances than ho is now but prepare themselves thoroughly for somo could hear of many cases of the cholera We that he is a man of education aud practi- line of business they would to n great lifes transient stay and if she were not We ever had in reducing prices hear of so much sickness that wo are cal knowledge Following is what ho cxtenkj remove tho causo of troublo and n happy nnd contented girl it is because becoming fearful for our own safety hnppincss nnd contentment nro not at Â¬ at the suue time apply the remedy wrote Distance traveled twenty miles tainable during our earthly pilgrimage TIIK IEAMIIIKIl June o Ono of the men in tho camp No ono should expect to find life all It had been our wonted lot during tho I of tho old gentleman who is traveling Floating around tho country and ming sunshine Clouds gather over every natli past two years to meet her frequently nt with us was taken sick with cholera last ling with the common people a person way nnd somo rnin falls into every life New Bethel church of which sho was night and it is thought that ho will die has excellent opportunities for studying It is tho fnto of all humanity to suffer an attentive member A smile and n We havo not left camp to dny though the people their needs and their wnnts nnd to know sorrow It Is better so for gracious word was hcrgreetiiig for every S 750 for Overcoats worth SI 500 the doctors say that it is much better to and finding the true remedy for what Â¬ it is the timo that try mens bonis that one and having once felt the influence 1000 1800 bo traveling ever tioublo there may be abroad in tho brings out tho greatness that is in them of that smile it was your desire to meet Juno 0 Sabbath day The sick man country again 1250 When a man comes face to face witli the tho donor is some better but other members of the I prefer to use tho term common peo- necessity to do or to die ho will climb Bright cheerful in disposition ami 498 company have similar symptoms Tho ple for they form n great majority they if tin re is any do in him If not ho will able beloved by all who knew her sho 448 disease is very bad among the emigrants aro the power that is behind the progress remove nn incumbrance from tho pro Â¬ moved a glittering stnr in the firmament 348 being more prevalent among tho ox of tho world and upon which nil success gress of the world by dying In tho so of purity 248 teams than the others Thero was moro depends If the common people nro per Â¬ called good old times whero n man con- Â¬ We laid her to rest n short distance A good speculation for anyone if you dont need them at rain Inst night and it is still cooler to mitted tho full enjoyment of their la- Â¬ sumed without producing ho was con- Â¬ from tho homes of two loving sisters dny It is hoped that this will check the bors and aro hnppytho country must bo sidered as no moro uso to the world and who will untiringly nnd unceasingly dec present it will pay you to lay them aside until next season disease somewhat both happy and prosperous Whatever was killed I havo some times thought orato and dedicate to tho memory of their First como first served Come early to avoid the rush Distance traveled twenty two miles operates to burden nnd oppress tho com that this law would bo a very good ono sister the littlo mound under which Juno 7 It rained again last night and mon people will of necessity retard tho to put into operation to day Whew rests tho earthly remains of tho peerless is still cool and windy growth and advancement of tho country wouldnt it thin out the population but woman whoso friendship on earth hast Mr Sawyer has slight symptoms of No coiintry can bo prosperous nnd hap then n littlo thinning out might bo a begotten n desire to greet tier souls smile cholera this evening Lut hopes to get it py unless tho peoplo aro so and the benefit I onco heard a man say that n in Heaven A 1 hiini BRANDENBURG KY checked before it becomes serious whole peoplo can not bo so as long as largo number of funerals would bo a One Lady Says fivo miles Distance traveled twenty legislators make laws in the interest of a benefit to his town and from observation I hnvo been troubled for yenis with n JunoS Mr Sawyer is better to day favored few and to tho detriment of tho I am willing to believe that it would help Hnvo hud many dochacking cough Wo met somo Mormans from Salt Lake many Tho interests of tho farmer and along a good many other towns Every and they told us thero was no sickness tho workingmnn mast bo as carefully town has it loafers that keep tho other tors and tried fifty cough cures 1 grew ahead of us This gives us brighter guarded as those of tho manufacturer part of the peoplo worried in trying to worse all the time I tried PnrksCough hopes and encourages us greatly nnd tho millionaire Value or money find out how they live Now these loaf Â¬ Syrup and found immediate relief It We passed Castle Ituins to day They is only tho representative of labor there ers ure generally all phllosopht rs and begins nt the bottom of tho disease nnd I aro Iaigo stones on tho top of a hill aud must bo labor performed before thero can spend most of their time in discussing know it is tho best cough remedy on tho 33 they resemble old ruins very much bo valuo to represent it and any attempt the intricate questions of finance aud market Refer any sufferer to Mrs W Fahey Le Hoy N Y A It Fisher though it was tho hand of nature that to mnke tho representative abovo and political economy Not that thoy know J placed them there moro important than the thing repre- Â¬ anything about sucli matters but they druggist ALL KINDS OP Distnnce traveled twenty fivo miles GUSTON sented is calculated to disorganizo tho aro a superior kind of fellows who could 0 is now one month since we system upon which the happiness nnd give anyone points about their own busi Â¬ Juno It Mr II L Bell is on the sick list left St Joseph nnd wo havo traveled a prosperity of the peoplo rest All my renders know of just such ness Mrs Belle Pollock is quite sick at this milt s making an littlo moro than 500 While this is true it does not contain men Not long ngo I saw a crowd of average of about seventeen miles n day all tho truth nor does it fully Buggest theso wise men sitting on the porch of a writing Mr Harry Duvall of Vino Grove vis Â¬ Wo still havo a long rugged and wary tho remedy for tho depressing times Village store discussing tho hard times ited Hugh Hnrdaway Sunday road before us that it will take us many through which the people of this country The village doctor rodo up nnd ono of Miss Bettie Young of Sandy Hill was wctks to go over are passing In any country moro es Â¬ the wise men addressing him saidDoe Tho health of tho emigrants is so much pecially n country where the peoplo nro we were just discussing tho hard times In town shopping one day la t week Mrs and Miss Petty of Hurt county better that wo dont hear of any deaths the ncknowedgo sourco of all political and the causes why so many men nro were visiting Miss Eva Carrigan last now iu want of money Whats vour opin- Â¬ power tho causo for hard times or for week Wo passed Chimney Rock nnd any trouble whatsoever that may como ion Miss Clara Adkiason attended church Court houso Rock to day They wero upon tho country must to a largo ex- Â¬ Tho Doctor looked around and saw a at Irvlngton Sunday nnd was tho guest of the Platte tent originate and bo with tho peoplo both on tho opposite side man down the littlo street painting n of Miss Llllio McGlothlan from in but we could see them very One who mingles much with the peoplo house See that he said to his inter- Â¬ Mrs Nannie Robinson who lias been distinctly will not be long in locating theso causes locutor there is one man earning sick witli pneumonia for somo time wo Distance traveled thirty one miles and is surely bettor nble to suggest tho monoy and here are eight or ten damn to report is better Juno 10 Wo nooned to dny oppo- Â¬ remedy than ono who gets his data from fools looking nt him and discussing the aro glad Miss Allco Haddock of Louisville and site Scotts Binds Theso bluffs were the theorizing of others An old philoso- Â¬ problem of money Now can you seo of Paynesvillo Miss Annlo OBryan named for n man by tho namo of Scott pher was onco asked is life worth living the causo of hard times wero the guests of Miss Maude Osborne most- Â¬ who perished undor them for tho want and replied That depends upon the last week of food The story of his death is a pit- Â¬ man There is much truth In tho say Â¬ For a man floating through tho coun- Â¬ of ly Dr A A Baxter and family iful one Tho view of tho bluffs was ing Much moro depends upon tho in try Sunday is a heavy day for him to Paynesvillo havo moved to our town fruin our position grand nnd beautiful dividual ttinn people like to believe for carry Ono warm Sunday while toiling Ho is getting a good practico aud seems to to A Mr Fox and Ids son of Louisville human naturo is prono to look elsewhere along a hot dusty road and trying to get Ky caught up with us to day and they for tho causo of whatever ills como into to a satisfactory conclusion why tho cry to be liked by all Several of our young ladies and gents Mr Sawyer life when nine times out of ten the of a crow was different from tho quack of will travel with us a wldjo attended tho ball at Ekron last Friday had a slight acquaintance with him in trouble is in tho individual At all goose I came to a church house Thoro night and report a grand time as ono Louisville Apple Trees 2 years old 1st class 500 per 100 Distanco traveled twenty four miles evonts tho only causo over which lie has was singing inside and so I thought I always will that attend Mrs Ouedrys CONT1NUK1 NEXT WKBK Apple Trees 2 years old 2d class 300 per 100 a correcting power is in himself Let would go In and rest All tho men wero on balls Wo nro prepared to do all kinds of him remove the moto that is in his own ono side and all the women on tho other Peach Trees medium 2 to 3 feet at 10 cts each Mr Lou Richardson was in town Sun Â¬ printing Havo your Horse and Jack eye nnd then ho can seo moro clearly to Just as if they wero nil mad at each day to seo ono of our fair damsels Wo remove tho beim that is in tho other other The preacher was a tall red will not give you away Lon but why did bills done nt this office fellows oye haired curiosity who had forgotten to you let tho grey bluff you off In that When tho young man getting big put his collar on or to comb his hnir wny Tho groy will not bo there next to ideas iu Ids head goes to the city to After telling tho Lord all about tho wick Â¬ Sunday tho young lady says So you work out his fame aud fortune ho is too edness in the world in prayer ho got hnd better try your luck again much liko tho monkey That is he down to tho work of preaching I was A New Peach wants to do just what ho sees other peo Â¬ unable to discover his subject He com- Â¬ Mr D L Talbot of EliznbethtowuKy ple do and is unwilling to accommodate menced with tho Garden of Eden and himself to tho circumstances in which was hurrying down to tho present day lias originated a lato October peach that ho finds himself thrown by naturo lie when he run up against tho Tower of is pronounced by experienced horticulwants to keep up with the pace sot by Dabcl Thero tho big thing stood in turists to be tho finest lato peach on tho son of tho millionaire aud sosquand front of him and ho didnt know what to earth It is a beautiful cling seedling A wonder ful event era his hard earnings to imitate tho fol- Â¬ do with it He couldnt get over it nor fine size aud color and a most delicious In such a statu of civilization as ours lies of the dude He lives boyond what around it He looked at it with his eating peach Mr Talbot has a small whero merit is sure to bo acknowledged numbor of trees now ready for setting is it a wonder tho factory of Dr ho earns exhausts his strength in trying minds eyo and throwing up his long which lie has reduced in price from ono capacity to breast the waters of debt and when arms exclaimed I toll you my brother Fcnner Is worked to Its fullest ROBERT 1 IIARK to supply tho medicines that are called the day of trouble comes ho is uuablo to ing they built her to keep out of the dollar to fifty cents each aud is ready to BAML IUY oiler such acknowledgements as the meet it and goes down before adversity Hood They built her twenty ono miles Jill orders at onco following corao to bo known Wra This first mistake- - leaves an influence high seven miles of her crumbled away O- Farquay Stevens Station Ind writes that goes through life and dominates seven miles of her sunk In tho ground WITH ldney and Raokacua futuro action This first mistako advoid and seven miles of hor is still standing Dr Fonners Cure has cured a man here with kidney ed the futuro would be safari Young there to tho honor and glory of God tUmpies and Book How ta --and bladder disease whom the best Ppr mailed ritHK tho Oh how I wish he had told us where physlolans had giveu up He Is now man stayupon the farm homo is A lUndtoinc Ppr Sl that seven miles of tho Tower of Babol well and sound It is regarded here as safest place for young birds tic ant Paper The tendency of young men to flock to were still standing Wouldnt it be a good a most wonderful event Ills medicines OIU Paper 10c give grreat satisfac Â¬ the city is one of the first causes that place or a man who is looklug for an are all jood and Embotd tlold13c Equally certain in female dis Â¬ leads to want sorrow and suflerlug easy job to sell peanuts tion o ln Border Jo yd blood diseases How great this tendency is may be clear eases rheumatism on Qllt 3c yd headaeltet dropsy heart disease ete MonUnus ly seen by a careful study of the eoneus Tho church is not exactly the place to Guaranteed to satisfy or money reÂ¬ With Awption and Private Sales Daily and Storage Foui MonthiTTre The bulk of the increase in population go to see anything funny and I do not Mtsttw IbtfW Take home a bottla to day funded Â¬ Sales Have Commenced With Us Closing Out Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M MEYEH Buras Ky Â¬ Competitors Puzzled Customers Amazed B6GGEST CRASH Â¬ MUST OVERCOATS 650 GO Prices will drive them 1000 Â¬ 900 700 500 The Cash Bargain Store Geo Yeakel Co Â¬ Chas 0 T Skillman INSURANCE HIGHLAND NURSERY We have about 15000 Apple Trees Ben Davis Rome Beauty and Winesap which we propose deliver our customers at the following prices cash on delivery All other stock at reduced prices Order now as we do not expect at these low prices hold stock long Address Â¬ W B AshJby CLOVERPORT KY TTvZEEIEIEILjIEIEB Wall Paper 4K Crescent - Tobacco CO - Warehouse RAY V BMvRobt 0038 Proprietors L0U1SVI LLEJY 3 WEDNESDAY JtO M rfff1fMJf NEWS gl 1891 THE HREaKSNtRIDQm NEWS OLDYBRPqHt KY nnww slismmniKi HMiwai MMMMA4W iUnmmmmmmm nuuifism n Hills n M n Tinrt m piiiiSiiisum wMHieinwOisi trinnsiiii mi iiiiii in rnn unniiemo imm n SUMS BRECKENRIDOE It rtltltikd Well lor llid InoMlfl of Ultpk j HARDlNSflUftQ H I yntmUAUY eitrhlge rollnty that lnr Circuit Couri nro r ttlllrf to lrj very Blnnll Hlfnlrai IftHilli t Nettled tt Jlliflfl iclltll dis 4 STEPHGNfeRORT k t V 0 BMgu ralton and Propriety i FOR COUNTY JUDGE li arc authorised to announct J W h IT ol MchentHrt ns n mmlnUte for I Mintv liiilt nf Hrickrnri lev cimmy sulijtrt to Ihc mism ol thi1 llritiiKTiiltc irly WC JA Â¬ Tin llitnllii f ii1opinIviit hi5h llull l x 1 Altornuy Win Couimuinurtltlit Uaynce saj s that lie Is a candidate fur CoiiKrifu nl llrccKcnrlilCtmntjr Ihc Ikimtrjlli pally arc miilinitfil In iinnnumr Jutl UfKMHltA i irinilllilr lm Liuiily Jnle A lulijitt l Ihc anion ol tuijict ltril are nulhorled to annoinnc HIIJAII IIOAKUainianilliUtL lor County Jmlc to the action nl the DciiuktiIIc 11 uuy Tin man ulin litmsUof In usiiiilly it posit eiir of tlu iloiiHHrjoy slinm article Icliersoninii tleinocrncy alwnvH shows for Itself It w HI rut glass ntitl stnnil any nclil test tu IflH rMon titti are aiithorlrcil to announce JOSKIII M MUI1KN n c imllitiU Inr imintyJuilKt Buujcct lo the aillon nl toe luixrilic patty llTK T arc authorized to announce V CJ HAIL II J IIAUh us a candidate lor County Judge ui jeet to the action ol the Democratic patty V publican press Tm tone cf tlio plainly Indicates that professional Itc ptiblicnn politicians nro fearful that there will be a general revival of busi ness and Rood times soon Â¬ FOR COUNTY CLERK of llreckenrldecountyub jict to the actiun ol the Ircmocratii party AXK are authorized to announce It C KICll AHDMJSnt I nioii Mar u a candidate lm County Court CUrK ol lirLikeiiildKeiouitniili t to the action ol tile lxiiiiarKCL pirtt Jl llitbUol tunty Court Clerk rK are authorized to announce T II IIKN Wtbsttr us a candidate lor Tin ItitixKtisitiwiK Nkus is spreading its wings and soaring into new territory Everywhere It goes it is received with open nrniH and words of good cheer and encouragement reach us every day Sim t the Wilson tarilf bill has ptsscd the House and bin it prop ct of speedily going through the Senate its beuellcittl cHects are shown by a general revival of When it business all over the country becjincs a law and the infamous Me Kinley law is blotted from the r cords it lias so disgraced then will the- people realize that protection is n cheat and a snare and the clamor will be for a still further reduction Mom than 200 new subscriptions for are authorized to announce JISK II Mil I hit ot Cluirpuilai a tandiJaie loi County Court Clerk ol lluikciirideiouiitub Jul to tin action ol the Democratic part Ul IltANK A Dilrict a a Court CterK ot llrcikeu inlidate tor county tu tnc action ol tin IHino rldxe County suhjiii ciauc party l V announce ltKare aulhorireil toi lm crmrt III W ol tne MONAKCIIol llardiotliurK a a uiull date for re election tu the oilne ul county Court tuhjccl to the clerk of HreckcnriilKe Couut action ol the Democratic party 1 are authorized to announce JOHN K llTKnre authorized to announce JUIIN It as a candidate lor Cuunty Court IIKK1 Ccrknuhject to the action ol the llcinocritii D ly T FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR are aiithorlnl to announce IlKNIti C iAUNhltol Ihulson ot Cnndlil ite Tor the Demotrillc subject to the action lkiun Me pitty lupiuies Mr Imiwtll nciifwtrt nut It olivet Owen Itotk lit K Aiur FOR JAILER arc authorized to announce MltI OX M WW of the llardinsburg Diitrict as a candidate forjallcrol llicckeuriiiKe count sub Â¬ ject to the action of the Democratic ptry are authorized toannouncc WIIIIAM It KMMKVol Cloverport as a candidate lor Jailer mbject to the action ol the Democratic pajy- are authorized to announce J UlT MUKIONot Itock llckaHaCHiidiilitefir siiUjcct to the J tiler id llrrckcniide count utiiMiofthc Democratic part arc authorized lo announce IT 1 Kit IYUVS ol Mcpheunport a a candidate nulijcct to the torJailcroflircikciiiidKecouit actiun ot the Democratic party the Niws have been received since the llrst of January IS I and they still con- Â¬ tinue to come every day We propiso to pass the i000 notch before uitny months if attention to business can do it lct our friends speak a good word for us The more subscribers the bit- Â¬ ter able we are to make a good paper and our patrons shall receive the benefit of the increased circulation Tin llardiu Independent is authority for saying that lion I II Smith of La Hue county is not positively out of the Congressional inee in this district and the same paper intimates that if lie re- Â¬ ceives the proper encouragement bo will announce himself at the proper time This tiling of ptoper encouragement deters a gieat many men ftom announc ing themselves as candidates for ollice 1 1 Â¬ thi III 1 lit rl in intliontil DcJIltMl ki uridine I minis I I hum r ilic p ul lo announce J SITAItT I IMUHUIIII lir liiiir ul i to Ihc iiliuii ot ciiinlv subjccl to the anion of the Dcmocra pirty FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY c lection to the ollice lorne of ltrcckenriile County uetiou of the Democratic put irl- - areautlinrizcd toantiouiut MIAONS IT asatindid ite for Jailer ol llrtckenridie ic d ilc for rc WK arc authorized to announceof Judge c MIL IIOAItlorilardinbhurKn a indi County At are subject lo the iUh to announce authorized Clovcrport as a candidate for County sub Â¬ County Attrrney of llrcckcnridge ject to the action of the Democratic pirty WK FOR SURVEYOR authorized to innnuncc A A y IAIIKll of Cloverport for huneyor ol llrcckcnridKc county subject to the action ol the Democratic pirtv liri Voiiwik number of the Urccken ridge County Democrat published at Hardinsburg edited by Philip Heck lias reached this ollice It makes a favorable appearance on short acquaintance and we welcome it iu the field The truths of Democracy grow not thi less sweet by the more tongues proclaiming their praise We extend the right band of fellowship to the Ilreckeuridge County Democrat and wish it and its editor a long and prosperous life are whole system when entering it througl Such articles the mucous surface should never be used except on pre scriptions from reputable physicians as the damago they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derivo from Now let the can Tin primary is on them Halls Catarrh Cure manufact didates bike to the woods anil hustle for ured by V J Chenoy ct Co Toledo O Let each one make his own race votes contains no mercury ami is taken on bis own individual merits ami let the internally acting directly upon tbo voters be the judges as to bis qualifica- blood and mucous surfaces of the system tions and his ability to get there in In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken inter November What Democracy needs in nally and made in Toledo Ohio by F this primary is harmony Wo dont j unenoy v CO testimonials iree want any wrangles among ourselves Say Sold by Druggists price 75c per botWe dont waut uny stump speeches tle Well take them after the primary We TOBINSPORT want all our hot shot reserved for the enemy It will take every pound we Weather disagreeable Meeting in progress at the Baptist liavn to spare to pull us through in Nov ember so in the language of the Chair church Mrs Vina Rogers is still visiting in man of the late Kcpublican Convention Clovcrport we say to those fellows who want to air The recent cold snaps und heavy rains themselves sit down sit down wont are making the wheat crop look a little you please sit down Never before was bad just now Geo Hyan Jr will start for Illinois the Democracy of Ilreekenridgo so en in n few days where he expects to stay thused and harmonious as it is at the during the summer months present time and we want to preset ve The Prohibitionists ol Ierry county We must waste no met in convention at Careys school that harmony strength against each other There is bouse last Saturday and put a full ticket not it Democrat oileriug for ollice but in the field The Artmann murder ceitainly Is tbo that is a good man and one that the most inhumane that bus ever blackened party can look upon witli pride us a tbo pages of the criminal history of ct tbo primary be a Ierry county standard bearer Klder Win II limner of Cnainbers peaceable and ipiiet one and damned be Ky who is ossi ting K T limner in a the man that goes to indulging in dirty meeting here is very much bellkcd by nasty stinking mud slinging The peo all who hear hjm ple are tired of such base politics anil Your correspondent has been away they will not countenance it in this from home for some time und so is not Democratic race We are sure to have a prepared to gather all the items that might be of interest to your readers good ticket regardless of who the nomi The Kcpublican primary election will nees may bo The jmrty is nlive to its be held next Saturday im tead of the interests and there is an anxious desire J8tb as stated some time since There rankling in every Democratic heart to is no prize ofiered for the lucky guess wipe olltho stain of disgrace that we so er us to who will get there Too many indiscreetly smeared all over ourselves to even make n guess last full The Nkwh is for the success of Mr Albeit Favorite of Arkansas City Democracy not the welfare of individ Â¬ Kan wishes to give our readers the uals and it hopes ami believes that benefit of his experience with colds He says I contracted a cold early last every level headed Democrat in Ilreck enrldgo county will sustain it iu this spring that settled on my lungs anil hail hardly recovered from it when I caught position Lot us all dwell together har- Â¬ another that hung on all summer and moniously and swipe up the earth witli left mo with a hacking cough which I our friends the enemy next November thought I never would get rid of I had Cough Kemedy All this Itepiibllcnii blow and bluster used Chamberlains ago with much suc Â¬ does not discourage us Wo have heard some fourteen years cess and concluded to try it again the owls hoot and the night hawks When I had got through with one bottlo of Ilrcukenrldge be- Â¬ squeak in the forests my cough had loft me and I have not Un Â¬ fore and wo are not scared now sullered with it cough or cold since I sheathe your swords Democrat and to have recommended It to others and all tiio front I 50 cent bottles for speak well of it WIltlllllof FOR SHERIFF are authorized lo announce I K MiDaniclsasa candidate for Micritl of llrickenridKe county subject to the Dcpiitits W action of the Democratic pirtv Scott Cart of Lnion stiz Ilios I Wroe of II Miller ot llardlnsburK loterport and Chus Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy tbo sense of smell anil completely derange the scT pagesT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iimiry Uhttid lilt hd Plulii oniAM wMf lUiriMifW liailj err lUfdlhulufrf i 1 ill lilli piiitliiu iliMiikint iiiiIno iilwiu Henry Henry Dttis vs 7 III a in 1iiictiKor timly nrr Ilnrilltmliurg Judgment fur plalntltlfor l2tii What has become of the railroad suit T T Gunther vs Hell Hros Judg Mr It F Heard went to Louisville ment forplaintlir7or78ill Monday City of Cloverjioit vs It L NVwenin Mr and Mis Dnlley are visiting lien Judgment fur plainllH for recoveiy of laud this week Mr Jesse L Owen Uock VhIc wub in NOTKS the city last Saturday Hal Murray was granted a license to Mr It K Woods Ijulsville was hero practice law lust week nttendmg Court Mr Richard McGary win appointed Head the advertisement of James 11 an examiner of the Court Gardner in another column Judge John Allen Murray was contin Â¬ Mr J W Lewis Ilrandenburg was ued Receiver of tbo Iircckcnridgu Com Â¬ here last week attending Court pany until March 1st Win II liell assisted Clerk It S Skill Thu graud jury adjourned last Satur man during Circuit Court week day Mr Allen It Klncheloo has gone into The jurymen had an easy time this W K Rimes ollice to read law court They didnt try but lew cases Most of their time was taken up iu The first Issue of the Ureckonridgo cracking jokes and guying thu candi County Democrat appeared last Friday Mr Oscar lititch has been attending dates George Washington Randolph will re Mr Johnsons saloon during his illness The Mooleyville section was pretty main iu jail until May His case was well represented on tlio jury this term of not ready and ho btnks ou paying his bond before another court and skip out Court on the hunt of another farm Miss Muttie lumphroy has secured a Many parties who came to court aro of three months school out at Antioch to the opinion that there is no need of three begin April 1st terms a year The business dosnt justi- Â¬ Hook Miller ct Co have kept their fy over two lliuring mill running night and day for Tlio jury for the May term will be se Â¬ tlio last few weeks lected under the now law Tho Com- Â¬ Miss Iesiie Ilambleton Clovcrport missioners brought in the drum containand Miss Lucy Frank Iiewleyville were ing five hundred name the first time vibiting here latt week the Court tlittns the name of a man liv- Â¬ Mont Iumpbrey Jr of West View ing lu Mojleyvillo and the Sherilf Ikls to went to Cambre City I ml last week ride for him hell cuss and bought n fine thoroughbred mare Mr E D Gufley of Hartford Ky Weed S Chelf returned to Klisabeth was hero a few days last week attending town last Saturday There was but littlo court business in this Court for the Common- Â¬ The Criminal docket was run through wealth within two days and but few fines wero Mr Waller Wilson has withdrawn ussessid Itupeaks well for the county He is a but its n little tough on the Commonfrom the race for surveyor gootl Democrat anil would have made a wealths Attorney good race County Clerk John E Monarch made Now comes Watt Hardin forCJovernor bis report to Court of public money reWell Watt just wait until wo do up the ceived since the last term amounting to boys here in this home fight anil we aro 110247 still for j ou Mr J I Heeler filed n petition in tho Mr Will Jolly and Miss Acratt Iate circuit couit last week against Taylor were in tiiied iu this place last Thursday Heard asking for a settlement of the part Â¬ at the residence of the brides father nership business of tho firm of Heard it Mr Ixigau Iate Heehr Mr Heeler i harges that the Mr George Hook lias improtel con- Â¬ firms business had been badly managed siderably since he returned from Mooley- Â¬ and asked the appointment of a receiver D II Severs was appointed riceher ville where bo was under the treatment of Mr Mitchell BFANDENBURG The tnibteiH nut la t week and adopt ed a new set of by laws and ordinances Hon II F Willett was here last week They will bo print d at oucj by thu Mrs J W Richardson has been quite Nkwh Job Printing Cj up my Hugh Kingston made application last indisposed week for license t piactice law He Mr Yiakol returned from Louisville stood a gootl examination and would last Saturday have been admitted to pittice but for MrKcimau has bad pneumonia but the fact that ho is under twenty ono is much better A late law r quiies all ap years of ag Mrs Dr Pusoy will visit Lebanon her plicants to bo twi nty ono years of age old home shortly A number of the jurymen were dis Speak not evil one of another Hold appointed last Saturday when they went up your hand and go abend to tbo Trustee of the Jury Fund to draw The Ladies Aid met at Mrs Massena their pay and were told that there was Fontaines on Monday nfternoon Under no money on hand to pay them Miss Lidu Ilayncs spent several days the now la v the TriHtcc must draw his warrant on the State Treasurer at Frank last week witli Mrs Tom Roberts Miss Eva Carngitn of Guston will cel Â¬ fort for the money and then pay it out Mr Ilichard May of this city has ebrate tho 22d by a Hatchet Party Hut his Mrs Henry Harrington has been been to California three times trips were made before the days of rail- to Gaiuettsville to see her mother who roads and at a time when such a trip is quite sick was a considerable undeitakiug and Mr S P Woolfolk went to Muldraugh when it required a great deal of money Inst week on business prtalning to tho Mr May went to New Dawson estate to make it York anil thence on ship board by the Mr and Mrs George Casprko wero in He way of the Isthmus of Panama Louisville last week to attend tho wed spent ten years of his life in California ding of a relative during his young days and at it time I hear our young friend Mi s Maggie when the gold fever there was at its Green has a position in the louisville highest pitch post ofiie Wo are glad Notw ithslauding the w retched w outlier Tho lovers Saint was not abroad as of last week the hotels hero wero all crowded and did a good business On largely as formerly Tlio little folks ex Â¬ tbo day of tbo Republican convention ulted in a few comic reminders Mr J L Malin is in Louisvillo re- Â¬ tbo boys drank moio than they ate At ceiving instructions in tho guagers lino least that was the appearanve of some of them And Bpcuking of that Republi and expects an appointment shortly I have a kind invitation from Mifs can convention reminds mo that Mr Â¬ Taylor Heard and Jesse Kskridge attrib- Ella Hnynrs to attend a cone rt ou Fribad day Had day night jit Oak Grove ecliool house ute tbejr ilefent to the lire Cherry has b en conducting a the day been favorable both tiro confimeeting at Muldraugh but filled his pul- Â¬ dent that they would have playitl a win pit here last Sunday and preached one nlng hand ofhis characteristic original sermons Our young friend Robt Mori men is Attention Farmers at homo for a stay Hob can biing out Wo will sell you horse collars next as sweet strains from bis light guitar as Saturday February 24th for 20 per cent tlio Muso in Lady of tho Luke I imdiscount agine und his voice is it gi nuino baro Our 2 50 collar will go for 200 our tone J 00 collar will go for 100 our 18 Tlio Ladies Aid decided on chairs for 18 our 175 collar the M E church collar will go for Tho church is rapid 10 our 150 collar will go will go for ly Hearing completion and the congrega- Â¬ for 120 our 125 collar will goforl 00 tion will soon bo at homo in their pretty our 100 collar will go f r 80c One day edifice Very Respectfully only Tho Democratic primary will be held John P II uswell it Son April 7th It will bo a genuine Demo Hardinsburg Ky crutic fight from first to finish Tho can didates aro men of high standing and Circuit Conrt Proceedings their many friends will watch tho result CIVII DOCKET with much interest Unless a Republic- Â¬ Mary K Hick Admr vs Hrecken an is brought out the picnics will lose ridge Company Limited Judgment di favor recting sale of tbo property Mr John Swan and Mifs Clara Hunt of Woodland will bo married tho 20th C J Loverlng vs Samuel Davidson J S DeJemett appointed receiver to Miss Clara is well known hero in sociul circles having often visited her aunts take charge of the property Mrs James llland and Mrs Dr Wells W K Minor vs L St L A T Co act She is a pretty attractive young lady prejudice ion dismissed without and when I was in Garrett was one of Hunt ct Iilsbnp vs G P Jolly etc my favorite pupils Her choice is a Action dismissed for want of prosecution most worthy young man and deserves Hank of Hardinsburg vs A Glasscock his good fortune Action dismissed Settled John Lynch vs Win Otto disniissul Special prices in shoes this week Settled Sutlers Henry llurch vs Texas It It Attilla Cox Receiver filed plea in nbatoment and action Dismiased Jumes E Godsey vs Mary E Gregory Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Answer lied It T ft Wi tTme tAbLX missed rr hllliliiy Tho l lilt- ttufi it XiiV tyital opflllg Is ilily If gelling quite bllsy Â¬ J W Monday Jarnlt went to llardluttburg WM VEST J W VK3T tUUUNE VMT Master Grover Jarrett spent last week tu Rome Iiul Mias Uenrla vllle last week Hawkins was lulols Wm Vest Sons - Its an evident fact is on the iucrettse Luther Saborfield that of StepheiiBport T Clovcrport Â¬ snent Sunday in town Miss Blanche Grunt of Ilac ldell is visiting her mint Mrs Geo Payne Quito a crowd attended tho convention and court nt Hardinsburg last week Mrs F N DHuy of Clovcrport pass Â¬ ed on tho east bound train Saturday Mm Piko and daughter of Chcnault arc the guests of her sitter Mi- O Cun Â¬ ningham Mrs Richard Palmer of Nashville Tennessee is with her daughter Mrs C - General Merchants Gloverport Dear Sir Ky February 15th 1894 C Lewis Mrs Joe Host and son Peter I liner went to lVtrlo station Saturday for a visit f several weeks Miss Dixio E Perrgo Modiste of Â¬ Louisville formerly of this place left Monday for Texas to locate C Walter oSeley of Building and Loan was homo for it few days this week on his way to Texas P C lintshear of Owensboro js now witli us to attend more closly to his lime kiln business He is stopping at On and after March 1st 1894 our business will be conducted on the One Price Spot Cash Plan We will keep no books whatever and Smiths Hotel Mrslttisstil Williams of Cloverport who has been with her mother Mrs A Clayeotnb for several weeks returned homo Saturday Jus Biggs loft lost week for Franklin to commence his work as guager Whilo wo aro glad of his success wo regret to have him leave our community therefore cannot charge the smallest item We ap- Â¬ even for the shortest length of time preciate what trade you have given us in the past and solicit a part at least of your future Â¬ Prof Owen Cunningham opened a spring ecIiooI Monday witli a good at tendance There will bo quite n num Â¬ ber from different places to attend We feel constrained to congratulate our successful candidates of this com- Â¬ munity And to look with a pitying eye on our more unfortunate brethren Their time will comu bye and bye Jus E I liner was found iu the crib Monday morning unable to move or speak His right sido is thought to bo His condition is more se- Â¬ paralyzed rious on account of his ago and feebleÂ¬ Â¬ patronage on this new plan Very Truly Wm Vest Sons Â¬ ness Seems like somebody be it he or she in tho News office is getting awfully Yes tho whole office is full of cuto cuteness We had to move out a couple of presses und some case cabinets a few days ago to make room for it whow Ed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jntnes Owen Cunningham Jr new deputy Clcik arrived nt J Owen Cun- Â¬ ningham Srs Friday Fibruary 10th at 1 oclock a m First boy consf queutly tbo Prof and County Clerk walketh as ono aspry and looketh as one in peace Wo hear of tlio maniiigo of W Hus Â¬ ton Stiles son of Rev S P Stilts of Long Grove Ky which occurred tho first of this month to a young lady an unknown correspondent of Clarksville Tcun whom ho hail met but the once Quito n little romance for tho dull times of a country villoge Tho grcom being a lato und former icHilent of this place wo wish him all sorts of appiness sun shine ttc 1 Â¬ Clearance Sale In order to reduce stock I will sell until March 10th V v Best Prints at - - 5 cts 6 Ginghams Sea Island Cotton - 6 and all Cotton Goods at and below cost All Ills That Fills Â¬ Aro good for are treated more success- Â¬ fully by PurksTea Is not a cathartic on griping or pain yet mows the bowels every day A It Fisher druggist C Iglchnrt Now York Hcv writes Acorn on tlio too Is a thorn In tlio flculi which C C C Certain Corn Cure most mcr-cuiiiiy removes FOR SALE of Long lirancli has 30 yows anil 10 lambs ami more lambs to come which ho will exchango for good young cattle A r a genuine bargain sale The goods must go Country produce or cash taken in exchange is This JAMES H GAftDltEIL HARDINSIJURG KY Ditto Jr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ At a Hargain to tho right man tbo Old Reliable Clifton Mill Good st no dam everlasting power All in and doing a good business first class order For particulars address or apply to t Â¬ A Great Reduction In fine grade Watches silver and gold A 40 watch for 25 a 25 watch for 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 go and all the goods carried by a first class Jeweler Call at 1 Â¬ 1 J W CARY Clifton Mills Ky Â¬ Â¬ will reduce your wcIkM from II In IJ pounds a month sickness or Injury J NO PU1I I hey built up the health anil beautl IICITV lytheromnlrilnn Ictvlnir Ml WKINKLES or Hlbln l STOUT AIUIOMKNS and dlfhcult breathing surely relieved M IjXIIIIIIMKNT but a sctentlrlb and positive relief adopted only All orders supplied after tears of enerlenc Irlce fjoo per package direct from our ofiiie or three packages at txa by mall postpaid Testimonials and particulars sealed lets All Correspondence Strictly Confidential PARK REMEDY GO Boston Mass NO STAUVIM1 IlIIIMAMATIV FAT llLie PEOPLE Pahk Oiikmty T A I THIS IS THE BEST PHQENIX T C LEWIS IIAItDINSBURO CO Jewelers and Musical Merchants KENTUCKY We are in receipt ton County News Tetia Mr A T thi ollice is one of business manager little sheet of a copy of the Houspublished at Krin Dugger formerly of tlio publishers and It is a neat newsy Â¬ sale by A It Fisher Clovcrport and E HShollman vs Jno A Ft I Act- Â¬ Klncheloo A Mcador Hardinsburg ion dismissed J L Miller assignee vs J V Miller IMitny rrnoii8 Judgment against dofendent for M Are token dawn from overwork or household erM llrowns Iron Bitters De Â¬ John J Hyatt vs W 8 tannin rebuild Hit system tilt digestion removes ex fendant filed answer and counter claim Got the fenulu bile and curve tnsUrl cu of LIME CO Stephensport Ky This is The Alwuys bo BMC GEM SHIRT fttul 119k Wlen Baby tick wo cve her Caetorta When the Child tho cried for Cttterl When the became MUu the clung to CetterU When the hd Children the fare them CwtorU u u for it if you want a good ono ASK FOR IT Tlxere jux JiTon Better I JNO D BABBAG E Sole Agent THR BRRGKKNRIDGR NEWS GLOYRRPORT KY r s b iv GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVEnPORT KENTUCKY tv a JkJ r a An American Story Full of the Romance party shall really drive down to the cabin on the lake arriving thero soon lifter sunset and that when tho ladies have lieen settled thero they shall be left tin dentho protection of the old Scotch gar A STRANGE WEIRD FASCINATING STORY OF LOVE AND hATE dener and his boy whilo John Henry nnd Tom tho groom shall ride back to TOUD IN ANOV EL MANNER VIVID IN THE PICTURING OF Cednrcllffe and Ho in wait In certain fa SITUATIONS EXCITING vorablo spots for what may turn up Tho houso is to bo locked up and left ab- Â¬ solutely empty except for mo Mother was very nnxious that somebody should Full of Virility and Dramatic Power Stiring and Effoctlvo Charming bo left to attend upon me but I ex plained to her that that would bo enough and Exciting to give me St Vitus dance in addition to my other troubles In faet I havo rather a genius for solitude nnd this afOF fair will glvo mo a brief opportunity of THE READER FEELS THAT HE 18 MORE THAN A SPECTATOR indulging It THE EVENTS AND TAKES A PERSONAL INTEREST They started nn hour or morongo and IN THE UNFOLDING OF THE PLOT by this tlmo nro nearly at tho lake and I am hero alone with books pajier and pens a box of cigars and my foot band nged up in flannel and resting on a stool A Masterly Tale By Americas Leading Author Julian Hawthorn A pair of crutches lean against tho tnblo nt my side with which when necessary My I can make shift to hobble about I bed is made up on the sofa clo o by ing and laughing together for awhile HVNOIOIS n Inbut how about tho armory and thoilrill CIlAIllill l7rPr1iikjilnYirlii dent ami rrclni live on the family eclairs nt Which of tho warriors here present nan Ci iltnIH1a with lila mother and elcU it brother perforate u green turtle bottp can at 20 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ and Mystery of the East It H plain tiiut ir luK M In other thimt f lire my part is to be still that of an onlooker tertiiuly Ifntiy om attempts to burglo my precious Saprani for in stiiup I shall well nil second thought would as well ulliyy Napiaui to act for hem If fiho has n uinents nn i ffei tivo as ever proceeded from a feminine mouth Herionily I ihall be as si eure as a lobher baton iu his castle and as comfortnbli as the gout permits and since no one will know but that I am away with the rest I might i haneo to pick off uu luisusiecting Jack Sheppard Troin my bedroom window It has been finally arranged that the 1 John Another brother Henry In lining abroad The Malmvnrltir are Aincrlcanlictl Knelluli people anil the elate with nn Income of JYnoo a jear Is subject to the laws of prlinojrenituic II MlnSlnfire Koiestal n hitherto unheard of nrrles at Ccdarcllfle niece of Mr Maliiwrln from KuKlamt bringing a letter from her lather written on his ilenthbeil anil committing the girl Slnfirc to the care of liN American relatle was reared in India lll Hiilirc betrays n deep Interest In the ab Â¬ sent Henry MalnwarluR and John becomes In An acci Â¬ lituatcd wtith his beantllul rniisln dent reMilitn Dr l ruik Milnwirtii that John has the hcait dix ase anil the ownership of tnl in lillt iniy change it any monient IV Slnlim becomi- - t mystrry In the Milnwirlnr biuseholil John makes a conlidantof l rink nnd iKknowlcdKes his lose for her He declares that he will shoot any rlal who thwarts him and inks Iranks aid In finding out whither her heart Is frte or otherwise V lhc mystery surrounding Slnfirc grows Irank wies her from the deadly stroM deeper of a cobra in his collection and a bond of sym Â¬ I he an Â¬ pathy Is established between the two nouncement of Henrys exrected return enlists VI and VII Henry ar niiifiislon to Sulfite He makes a confidant of rles at Cedarclille I rauk nnd in a joking way ndvircs him to get He orofesses to rid of John and irfirry Sinlire have hud no communication with the I orrestil family while abroad paces Tlio challengo was received with ac- Â¬ clamations Wo all weut out on tlio V y i It ia my opinion tlmt tliero ougnt u Wo bo no untruth mother klurol fcliould not ilo wrong tliit tood may come of it Nothing citn justify fiiltehool nml to ileceivo oven u burglar is to bring yourself down to bis level Bless your dear soull ehuuliled I should like to be thoouo ras Henry cal in a world inuilo up of ticoplu liko youl But you neednt bq anxious moth- Â¬ er Wo arc join to camp out btiro enough as 80on as wo Imvo provided our burglars with u sifo lodging Tliero may creep in oomo trilling ambiguity about the date but tis not in mortal man to avoid nil error oven in a burglar hunt Wo chatted over tho matter till lato in tho evening examining it from all points of view and perfecting tlio details of tho scheme Mother dropped nsleep after nwhilo in tho midst of formulating soino moral criticism but Sinliro was as wide nwako as an angel and her oyes had a gleam in them which if not angelic wns at least demonic and sho was more fertilo in ideas than any of us Sho seem ed to hold tho wliolo Bceno in all its com Â¬ plexities beforo licr noting any itnper fectionsin tho plan and immediately pro- Â¬ viding remedies for them My experience certainly has never brought mo in contact with a womins mind so bril- Â¬ liant original and repleto with resources It was striugo to think of us three sitting tliero with her each of us regarding her bo differently and yet all united in ono thing Only sho and 1 howovor commanded tho entire situation only wo knew tho inner secrets but the talk novcr touched on or turned toward tho hidden things Wo spoko on the turfaco and of it 1 confess too that 1 do not altogether comprehend why her interest in this affair Bhould bo bo intenso Wltat bear Â¬ ing can sho supposo it to have on her fate Probably it merely relieves tho strain of other thoughts Indeed I cannot otherwise account for my own ab- Â¬ sorption in it As for Henry it amuses him and ho may have other motives tliero is no telling lie may intend to captivate Sinflro by some deed of valor John Is tho only unimpeachably sincere ono among us lie wants to capturo tho burglars ami that i3 all It will bo a clover thing to do ami ho has tho tem perament to enjoy it Tho next day wo began to put our Bchemo iu operation Tom drove John and Henry in tho farm wagon I had intended going witli thorn but some singular twinges in my right leg from tho knee to the foot prevented mo 1 thought I must Imvo rheumatism and deemed it best in view of tho coming adventure to run no risks Tom has not yet been admitted to u knowledge of tho whole of tho mystery Ho believes that wo are actuully going to tho lukoou STriday evening end this rsruwion of wjread of lis will greatly increaso tlio delusion imnng tiiosowliom wo wish to reach and will nlso obviuto any pos eiblo indiscretion on Toms part for tliero is no toiling but tho ono particular ind confidential crony to whom ulonoho would venture to confide tho groat secret might tut out to bo tho very individual to whom 11 would bo of tho utmost pos siblo use Iu times liko these your noar est friend may bo your deadliest eiiomy So it behooves to keep your eyes open Off thoy weut and in due time cumo back having fully succeeded in their ob- Â¬ ject at least so far as filling tho neigh borhood with news of our proposed ox pcdltion was concerned Thoy had also loaded themselves down with sardines bologna wmango smoked beef canned Bonp hardtack and nil other such mls collany as amateur pioneers aro supposed to want Wo could havo fured aumptu- ously in the wilderness for a month on tho supplies laid in for a einglo 84 hours To bo Btiro most of the things would Ixj as good next year as they went now and this was probubly not their first year either Tlw armys stores aro amnio Bald nenry at last after vo w all been talk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ grass plot at thosidoof the house toward tho knoll nnd Henry drovo two forrd stakes into tho ground tit the foot of tho ncclivity and close together laid the soup can In their crotch in such u way that its circular end was presented toward us tit a height cf 5 feet abovo the grouud then measured off 20 paces and wo all took our places Sinliro standing by lo ad jndgo and award tho prize an oriental dagger with a jeweled hit which Hen Then ry liad brought fioni Damascun John shot iirst and nicked one of tho stakes just below tho crotch It was a good liner but a miss all tho samo Henry camo next and his bullet grazed tho top of tho can cutting a swath in tho paper label posted upon it and scratching tho surfaco of the tin Tho dagger was his unless I could get into tho soup as ho expressed it 1 aimed carefully but I must havo boon in bad form My shot flow wido by several inches Wo had nil used iiJ caliber re- Â¬ volvers of the best make Well Harry youro tho lucky man And if my honest brother said John wero capable of a double meaning I should havo looked for it in that speech But Sinftre said I nm tho judge I say none of yon can havo tho prize for I could nono of you havo hit tho mark shoot better than that myself If it wero n human heart I could bo licvo you but a soup can nol said Henry glancing nt her with a laugh Sho met his look and a retort seemed on her lips but sho closed them nnd drew from tho pocket of her dress her littlo derringer Extending her arm nnd scarcely securing to take aim she pulled tho trigger Tiio smnll weapon went off with a loud bang tho boup can vibrated as with a mortal blow and behold tliero was a round hole in tho center of the tin disk out of which welled tho cssenco of tho green turtle Tho dagger wns Sin firos But sho waywardly refused to tako it I was not in tho match sho said But you diew tho first soup argued Â¬ laboratory adjoining Thogout likoev erything elso in tho universe come3 in waves It has crises and intermissions During tho Intermissions it is probably not moro trying thnnsonio pleasures aro and except for tho inactivity it enforces I bellevo I should rather liko it Another phenomenon worth noting is that I havo never felt in such extraordinarily good spirits us I do now I ro member several weeks ago lamenting my depressed nnd torpid stntound pining for some torch to kindlo mo Into a blazo Tho torch 6eeins to havo been applied This very night is my aogco It was no delusion I can bo great as tho ftituro will show All is well with mo And standing where I do now 1 can under Â¬ stand all tho obscurities and mistakes nnd disappointments of the past 1 can sco tho path I should havo taken and tho points whero I strayed from it How etrango and laughablo is tho human raco voluntarily blinding gagging nnd fettor ing itself in tho namo of liberty and civilization Tho air I breatho is not tlio Blugglish vapor of tho earth but tho freo and mighty ntmosphero of space Wo call men fools nnd liars but it is nenry I prefer I dont care for daggers their cowardico that has most harmed derringers sho returned them Who has been freo from cowardBut havo you no re ice of ono kind or another To bo fear So I supposo jess at all points yet without rnshuess is gard for your friends Well Ill comproiniso with yon she tho beginning of wisdom nnd of jwwer I will accopt tho dagger as Daro to know what you nro nnd to boit said at last a legacy You may bequeath it to moiu to know what you want and to do It Surely this is not much nnd yet what your will So bo it Only that codicil must conmoro is there Women havo been at tho bottom of tain n stipulation that tho bequest shall not be carried out in enso tho testator most of the mischief In that way they dies of a derringer havo taken a full rovengo for tho out- Â¬ ward tyranny of men Thoy havo stolen courage and fortitudo from tho hearts of their masters Without them wo could not exist yet by them wo lose the noblest spirit of life But if woman bo placed whero sho belongs sho will strengthen us whero now sho makes us weak And Sinfiro shall be placed whero sho belongs Tho security I shall find iu her will bo the keystono in my arch of strength Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hooks pipcr nml pen decided to put up in tho library instead of in the bedroom up stairs partly be cause It is moro cheerful and partly be causo I can have access to Saprani in tho I mn here nlnnc ti CIIAPTEtt XII Henry my brother forglvo tho hard things I have thought of you Every Â¬ thing dwindles into Insignificance in tho ptesenco of a calamity such as this How futile and insincere all my specu lations seem now And now repentance is as futile however sincere it may bo Hut we must not think of our sorrow yet The first thing to be done Is to dis cover anil to punish I shall never forget that knocking nt I I shall my door can hear it uow hear it iu my drenms It seemed toenrry its message with It beforo n word was Bjioken And yet when the words wero sKken I could not understand them They fell like meaningless sounds on my ear And I cannot help thinking that had I been veil and about that night tills would not have happened Ho must havo exjiosed himself needlessly Ho wns always heedless confident and fearless I rcinembcr his saying onco that he boro n charmed lifo A curse nn nil superstitions Anje those juggling fiends no moro believed who palter with us in n double sense It could not have htppened earlier I must than 2 oclock iu the m irtiitig havo slept more than three hours when I was nroused nnd when I last looked at my watch it was between 11 and 12 It was 3 when Tom knocked on my door Ho nnd ho had just come from him found him still warm nnd ho could hardly have been dead more than half an hour But hu was dead and ho must havo died instantly The bullet fired from behind struck hlin below tho left shoulder and went through his heart Tho body lay nt tho foot of tho cliff and from Its nppenrnnco Henry must havo been standing near its vergo when ho was struck and havo fallen or been pushed over Tho fall was upward of 20 feet Thero wero bruises on tho body nnd sotuo dirt nml n small fragment of rock had fallen with him from abovo Ho must have been standing there looking down into the wood below when tho villain crept up behind him and fired Tho shot wns at closo range not moro than 8 or 10 feet away It seems strange thnt ho heard no footstep Yet if ho had ho would surely havo turned round nnd then tho bullet would have struck him in front Thcso points will probably bo elucidated at tho trial when wo know whom to try Of courso thero Is no doubt that tho murderer was ono of the burglars Thus far however no trace of any bur glnrs has beeu seen Neither John nor Tom discovered any signs of them either beforo or nfter tho shooting This is tho moro strango becnuso tlio murder proves thnt they must havo been there They had mado no attempt upon tho houso however though they must have known that it was empty and if they got wind of our intention to capturo them or if on nrriving on tho ground they discovered our ambush why did they not rctiro at once instead of putting their necks in n noose by a wanton as- Â¬ sassination Had thero been signs that Honry had attempted to arrest ono of them and that a struggle had taken place we might supposo that they hud shot him self defense but tho indications aro tliat ho was approached unawares Tho evidence on this point will havo to bo carefully sifted At present it is per- Â¬ plexing Tho dominion of mind over mntter can seldom havo been moro conclusively Illustrated than it was in my caso when 1 was made to comprehend what had happeued A monient beforo I was as helpless as any cripple can bo and suf- Â¬ fering acuto pain Fivo minutes nfter ward 1 was besido my brothers dead body a quarter of a milo away I havo been conscious of no pain since and now oven the traces of inflammation nro 1 have no distinct recollection of gono what 1 did but I must have sprung from my chair and run at full speed all band aged as I was to tho pluco whero ho lay This Indeed is Toms account of tho mutÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tried True niny well be paid of tho Superior Medicine ho stnndiird blood purifier ers lo stagnation nnd back again ho vociferated picking ilmself up exclaimed the elderly Young man victim grnoplng him fervently by tho I thank you You have saved linnd my life CO AVERS SARSAPARILLA Its long record assures you that what has cured others will cure you Ioimd U Jihoul Â¬ While our local com pany wni presenting Mikndn in the lied Front Hall sotuo nights ago a cer tain young man In tho rear of the houso made himself very conspicuous by loud Ho has criticisms of the performers some pretentions for tho stage himself nnd In his own estimation what hodont know about the business is not worth trying to find out It is thought that family pride is all that keeps him front joining the profesh lie usually taken part In homo entettnlnmcuts but from soino cause he was not In this one and ho set himself up as a critic The mortified looks of persons within his hearing plain- Â¬ ly indicated that they were disgusted by liis actions and talk and felt ashamed fi r him lull lie did not take heed It seemed that ho had coino thero to show his ignoiaucc and bad manners and he did so to perfection Tncw Is Bui Fonu Alto hntcalc and Itctall Dealers in Â¬ Yellow Pino Flooring Laths Cement anil Coiling Lime Â¬ Shingles Hair Doors Sash and Brick Blinds and all kinds of Building Material Sole Agents for Homostead Fortilizoro Bono Moal and Troy Orders nccompmUd with the cash promptly filled James M Lewis Contractor Builder CLOVERPORT KY tjTlJsti mates furnislul on applicntii BOSTIt littflrct ml it nlcljl i rir lr rrphlnr Ir hero U twrtl firm nil pritriiilrt Ftillnn ircttfr t rn lc nl i 111 I hetmlijir urr lilrh ppii Mr Indecdin I couldnt tell you uhelhci lttilH llllitlflfltl i f Hill o i I irh rillntti nltoHiiliiM r FOR YEARS ho gets it all of mo or not but he buys a Has led all Worm Romcdios right smart here D EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED Well I just stopped in to request you - SOM5 KV12HYWIIKIIE not to sell him any moro Trriorrd tr till IIAtlDIOt JIFIIimE III HT 10 CIS Why madam I could hardly do that if ho wanted to buy He nnd I nro good personal friends and if I should refuse Long Brick Houso XXVX to sell him sausage when he Mauls it he CLOVJiKlOUT KY would ho oUended The first of American Newspapers Well I do just wish to goodness that Desires to sec all tho tobacco tho Legislature would pass a law that a fanners of this and surrounding CHARLES A DANNA Editor wife could control her husbands pur The American Constitution the Americountry chases at a butehershop like bIio can at a can Idea the American Spirit These My husband wont have any Â¬ saloon MARKET ItEIOIITK first last and all the time forever I thing but that sausage put up iu strings lid IMIIli with links it dont look nice nnyhow three times a day This highly llavored rnrrtitly wuMv l Iuniilirc A IiulYr 1ro meat ho eats in largo quantities nnd he is ilucv CouunlmltMi MrrcliantH syitoml Mtct Main anil Market louimillc Ky breaking his health down as completely ns if ho wero doing hard drinking 1 Nkw Law The follouing dialogue took place in one of our butchThe er shops one afternoon Inst week speakers wero a prominent married lady of tho city and the butcher Do you mako that stuirnll the time Pointing nt some strings of sausage hanging on the wall Yesm I have it almost constantly Does my husband buy all of his Wants a be beaten Mr 1 G Wlttlg I havo used Hluo Mound Ills writes Salvation Oil witli wonderful success for Inllnmmatory rheumatism in my food It cannot be bent Cant JliSIlir BIST It QCiUIT ITCHING PILES WORMS WHITES GREAM SWAYNES OSNTMEMT it VERMIFUGE 20 i BRASHEAR TOBACCO BUYER J Â¬ Â¬ The Sunday Sun ter Ho says that toward 2 in tho morning ho heard a report as of n pistol but it was at fiomo distanco nnd ho wus at first disposed to think ho had been mistaken Ho had for moro than an hour past given up all expectation of tho success of tho ambush and was beginning to feel some Â¬ what sleepy However he went along in tho direction from which tho sound had seemed to come stopping every now and then to look nnd listen but detectlngnoth ing nnd ho wns just on tho point of abandoning tho search when ho saw something dark lying near tho foot of tho clifjf Ho took it for n small rock or fallen bowlder but as ho did not remember having be- Â¬ foro noticed anything ol tho kind in the Dlaco he came nearer to examine Â¬ TO 11 K CONTINUE Blood Poison dry and for a summer night unusually still Tho crickets nnd tree toads aro al- Â¬ most silent Ever nnd anon I hear theory of a whippoorwill It is 0 oclock Tho burglar hunters aro probably back by this tlmo and perhaps tho gnmo ia not far off Douco tako this foot of mine I would give moro than I can tell to bo uu der tho trees at this moment or nt least for a few hours clairvoyanco to seo through distanco and darkness and know all that is going on Well unless all signs fall tho storm will havo como nnd gono Hxicmllini her arm nml scarcely seeming beforo long Word is to bo brought to to tithe uda kIic pulled the trlyjer If tho bullet passes through his heart mo ns soon as anything happens What is Sinflro thinking of now And I ngrco But whsthcr she said Sinfiro meant that his heart wus too small to bo what is sho doing Eho does not seera far thus penetrated or too hard or what off The sympathy between us is no else sho meant or did not mean is prob fancy Wo livo ono life In time perhaps ably not of much consequence We ro wo shall bo aware of each othero thoughts turnedto tlio house in a hilarious mood and movements even nt a distanco What a gulf night is between ono day and that ovening my supposed rheumatism declared itself us uu ncuto caso and another Sometimes it may mark a transition as great as between this lifo of gout and tho next Tlio night that separates CHAPTER XI tho maiden from the woman tho wife Considering that my regimen of life from the mother innocenco from guilt has been tho least self iudulgent of any is tho distanco between tho body and tho of ray fathers sous this seems hardly Bpirit wider than these fair But thero is nothing fair in heredWhat will tho morning bring forth ity whether its gifts be good or bad It Will it find mo as I am now Hardly is arrant theft or bribery as tho cose Nothing will bo as it Is uow not even may bo Father himself caino of a lino tho Creator of alh Tho veil of tho future of f reo livers and yet ho suffered scarcely Is not so impenetrable as has been main at all from tho hereditary ailment and tained Again and again lias it become it has cropped out iu met in puro wanton transparent to certain oyes at certnin ness direct from my grandfather who seasons Sickness and health calamity sufler ed terribly by ull accounts while and joy lifo and death have been fore- Â¬ my two older brothers go free and drink seen and foretold but ono thing has their fill Howovcr it so happens that 1 never been foretold nnd that Is tho ufft ct havo made a special study of tho dlseaso of a now experience npon a human and shall lm able to doctor myself withsoul i out calling iu my worthy friend Drys i Have I been asleop I fancy so and 1 dale my iwjmlar and successful rival in tho local field Gout is confoundedly havo had a strange dream But it was painful especial y when you cannot bc only a dream Everything around mo is unchanged my paper mj books my laco yourself wlIi reminiscences of An chair my stool with my foot njion It ncreoutlo eights of compensation v tv u think of It would U u But It Is near morning Was it a dream leaving my rooms for tho next three or ilan anything happened outside while 1 four days at least and inasmuch as tho slept burglar hunt comes off tomorrow night Some one is knocking at the door Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I havo lighted my lamp and closed shutters It is a dark night but fair and Aftor Approach of Dontti Now Llf by Taking Hoods tho Not long since a Goon Samaiutans respectable young Christian lady resid- Â¬ ing in the vicinity of Cloverportdied and her near relatives whilo eminently re spectable nnd members of the churches wero not nblo to give tlio dear departed ono the respectable Christian bmiiil that they would like without some as sistance A prominent citucn of Clovcrport started out with a paper to raise tho money for tho expense of tho funeral and following is tho way ho tells his exI nut no relation to tho be Â¬ perience reaved family nor am 1 a member of any of their churches but seeing the distress of tho deceased girls relatives I thought that I would try to help them so I start- Â¬ ed out to raiso tho needed money head Â¬ ing the list with what I considered a liberal subscription of my own I first went among tlio wealthiest and most prominent citizens of tlio town but I did not receivo much encouragement neith Â¬ er did I get much money What they Now 1 gave me was frowns and growls have seen these samo persons in n crowded church of a Sunday when the contribution box was shoved under their nose to raiso money to buy bibles or opium for pig taileiljChinamen raise their hands high nnd drop a dollar iu with a rattling sound displaying their charity to an admiring world I wns Bomcwhat discouraged though still resolute and I resolved to myself that that poor girl should have a respect able collln and a decent burial if I hud to obligate myself for tho entire expense I then started to canvass another clement I went into the of our population damned and berated saloons doors that 1 rately over darken and hero I told my wants and met with good success re- Â¬ ceiving liberal contributions from men on either side of tho bar I then went into gambling parlors places whose ex istence iu Cloverport I knew of only through the vaguest intimations Hero the circulation of jack pots was stopped while I narrated tho distressing circumstances of tho people I wns trying to fa v or and tho result was that every player without un exception laid a fair per cent of his pile into my hands The coflln was bought and tho poor young lady received a respectable burial My experience taught mo who of Cloverport peoplo most freely act tho part of good Samaritans Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LOUISVILM KY 1eb 20 lb94 Shipper thoulJ murk all packhges plainly with shippers name anil pust ulSce aildroa BUTTER 18 19 Choice country Medium Common Creamery EUU II 11 29 1C 17 Fresh 1IKANS 1 75 to 1 85 Michigan band picked 1 00 to 1 85 ndlaua Navy 1 00 to 1 20 nnd colored Old or Common HKIKU APPLES AND PEACHES 51 to Apples cholco bright quarter to 5 Apples averago Apples old 4 to 5 Peaches neir Peaches old Is the ureaUst Sunday NouBpaper in thu World Price 5c a copy By mail - 2 a year 6 a year Dally by mall Daily and Sunday by mail 8 a year Tho Weekly a year Aililrcks Till MN Vcu Texas York R R Louisville St Louis Co ili FEATI1EHS TIMEt SCHEDULE QlekIT At 600 iiBdayr Dec 17 1Vet Bound TYuiiif nsro 22 Primo white goose Mixod Old No 1 duck Otcen food Dry Salt good Dry Hint good Sheep skins 35 u 25 a M i a uu -- u 25 19S3 Aif Hound 7Vauis M w Daily HIDES 3 5 20 mn 3i 50 7 Kxprs Kxprs Dill 7 Mail STATIONS Kxr Dally 12 12 11 Mail A Uxpr Dally 8 ilpir 8 15 7 35 7 31 714 3in 6 45 J lOULTHY I 7 2 Surlnir Chickens tier lb Young Ducks per lb lecsc full featberd liens per lb Hoo ters per 730 7 47 7 V II t6 7 3 75 7 2 25 11 5 1 12Ji sui 8U 8 21 8 mi 8 I 8 4J 9 9 07 4im IvUnn Kciituck M HJ Mill Wl6t Iolnt Long ptir Hoik Haven Howard 917 931 9 45 9S4 10 III 9i ll US Ilranilenluirff Kkron Gustnn ltranch 1147 1132 1124 Mun 45pm 30 11 Hi Turkeys Yellow llout 81U 2 50 Inlngton Welibter Lndlburg llnseng Ky and Indiana IAMB riuuis 8M MK U 1011 10 10 Habblt Squirrel yuan WOOL 35 fa 25 1 50 50 9 17 9 2S 9 31 Ull in iuu lOlHi If Hi Steptieimporl Aililison buplu 1iircc 1107 10 69 1060 1041 10 31 10 25 10 20 10 11 10 Hi 10 UJ 9 4S 9 45 707 lifS r4s 0 40 6 30 611 6 mi 5 57 662 64i 5 41 ytt 1050 10 M 11 11 Holt Clotrrport Shops Skillman Kulcon Ca cc 5ii 5 21 521 ft 4 4 4 4 Tub washod 17 lo Grease fine 14 12 Oreaie coarse 12 14 Merino 5 10 Uurry and Cuts MISCELLANEOUS 4X Tallow 21 II tea wax 35 30 Sorghum Molasses HAY 1KAIN FEED We quote prlcej to day on Loulsvlllo city 25a2G U5I 111 Ill 1U12 10 IS 10 10 IX 17 1124 1130 1131 11 4U 11 lliiwrsville 9 Si letric 922 914 90S 8 4U 09 69 IS 42 451 36 mi lots 1109 11 v 5SIIH Iewlspnrt Talcs Owensboro Muttinirly WorthiiiKton HeaiU SiiotUvlllc hi 111 Ull 12 12uii I 12 31 12 3S 12 42 1owin 9 01 8 5S 825 754 7 51 420 4 OS 4 wharf No 2 oats 11 2S 11 ill 11 4 11 HHn 1250 12 67 lirillitli Slanlry 85 8 02 74i 7 3 47 3 41 3 37 108 111 1 3Upni OATS 32 36 13 12 11 5 00 00 00 50 lJIUiin arllendersn llatkctts 35 7 27 7 19 330 3 21 Iv 7 05im 310 310 2 65pi HAY Strictly choice Choico No 2 lood Medium Good Bright Straw CORN Choice white Choice shelled 10 60 00 10 00 4 75 U LouisviMeHadfnsburg TAKING West Hound Trains Western JULY 29 fU 1891 No 3 TIME TABLE EFFECT Kast Hound Trains 42H 46 00 3 50 3 40 00 4 CATTLE Hood to extra fhlpplug Light shipping Best Butchers Medium to good butchers 1I00S Choice packing and butchers Fair to good Boughs Shoata and pigs 100 lbs and 6 11 BUI Good to oxtra shipping Fair to good LAMBS Good to extra spring Fair to good v3 4 25 3 75 3 65 1 25 5 40 5 25 6 75 5 00 3 25 2 50 I 75 4 00 Daily Daily ex Sun ex Sun N o5 No 1 llOOim 1140 1212 12 4S 1 Daily Daily STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun No 2 No C Iv IrviiiLton Ar 930am 11 Mini INI tarheld Harncd llardinihuri Jollv Olcndcine Kirk 8 20 8 ml 7 40 710 6 SO US 2 20 5 25 5 20 50 underl 75 2 75 I to 4 50 2 50 146 lS 232 241 259 Deiniittcr ar FalUlloiiKhlv Hockvale Huth 70 6 40 610 5 37 Askint Oaks ftd 518 ft 4 3 30pip Arlfnrdvillrlv 00 45am IHE LOUISVILLE L ST LOUIS Ale LINE L U K Mr Wm T dreenholta Md Baltimore For lour years I was In intense suffering tilth an abscess on my thltjli It discharged freely and several times Plocos of Bono Camo Out last Icbruary I had to take my bed for four weeks nnd then It was I began to take Hoods Barsaparllla I soon got on my feet but was very weak and went to the Maryland University hospital whero they said my trouble was chronla blood poisoning and gave me little hope I re- Â¬ turned homo and continued taking Hoods I have used six bottles and the abscess Uu en Â¬ tirely disappeared and I have been In Fine Hoalth Evor Slnco If It had not been for Hoods Barsapa Â¬ rllla I should be In my grave I have gained la weight from 147 a year ago to 170 pounds to day iiy 1itoxv Cussin I nm gitting sotuo comfort and gratification out of tlio disagreeableness and discou tortures of cold weather if I did get guy d for blow ing about Florida climates a few weeks ago Ono day last week an elderly man of scduto and side whiskered appearance was walking along tho shady side of Wall btreet whm ho suddenly sat Uown with great vlolenco on tho sidewalk to tho serious dauingo of an irreproachable suit of broad cloth and a shiny silk hat As ho roso slowly to his feet picked up his demoialized hat and looked about hlmt his face purplo with wrath his lips firmly compressed tho veins on his neck Â¬ V EAST BANK OF SHORTEST QUICKEST AND BEST LINK TO HAEDINSBUHG Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 87 600 F BEAKD President WILL MILLEU Vice President M II BE AllD Cashier B O W BEAHD 1 V Evans ville West and South West St Louis ANDALLTOINTS Time Card in Effect July 31 IS92 Atr St Louis 720 ptn 845 a ta lOiOOpm KraniTllla 120 For further Information call on or address Lt Louisville 805 am 825 pm4s2V pm RA J CAMPBELL B CAMPBELL D nenl Pass Agt St Louis P V Mo MOHHIS ESKllIDOE 11 - -- Dire tor JOLLY INTEREST PAID M I ON TIME DEPOSITS City Ticket Office St Loullllo Ky 8 LoijIstIIU Ky Cor Third AMaln Will church Fork one mile lmv old ken encap lur cum ur on 11 me with tfooj xcuiity WMMUIIUN Lull mi or auurcM swollen his features working av If in an epileptic fit and fingers opening and closing as though moved by un uncon trolable Impnlso to clutch something or somebody a young man who was hurry- Â¬ I praise Hoods Sarsaparllla for It all Wm E ing along slipped and full at lliu satuu niiEKNUOLTZ 1812 Hanover 8t Baltimore Md placo on tho sidewalk where tho gray Hoods Pills cure IJver Ills constipation haired and sedate old party had coino to biliousness Jaundice sick headache indigestion grief ltlankety blunk tho ilod blngcd FARM FOB SALE Blippcry old coal hole cov The old hoincttcad of f A Mullen on Tar I know 1 lsoyr Hoods Cures COPYRIGHTS1 For a CAN I OBTAIN A rATVNT rrmmit answer ami an honest opinion write to SI I N N V CO wbo hum had nearly llf ly ream experience In tfte intent ImiliiflM Oomiuunlm A IliimlliooU of In Â¬ tlona itrlctlr conHitontlal formation ooncernloii Intcnia aiid now tn ob Ulu llitin sent five Alau s catalogue of mochan teal and naeullno tnxika tent free 1aienta taken tbroujh Munn 4 Co tcccIts special notlooliilho Hclrntlllo Aiiirrlrnn and thu are brought widely oolnrolhe public with out ooat to the Inrentor This aplenUlii MP luued -- eetlr elegantly Illustrated has briar the larveat circulation ot anr Kientlllo work In thu world IJIIaTear baiupie copltta sent tree llullJlng Kdltlouruonthlr aiuVarear Hlrgle eoplea J J ceuta Krerr number contain bcau platen In colon and Photographs or rev enabling builders to tbow the wllb iltul owtlinia plana secure contracts Add and real MUNN X CO NW YuiiK aOl BuoanwAT llnh kiuvcrpori ivy Our Gem Slilrta havo arrived 60 cents at Uabbagoa choice Tho RTcatcitrcmuclyoxtanf Tor Coughs Collin Croup Ilouniv hom MroHchltU 1m Orliino ami IVheenlRK CohkIi U f CrtlH Cohkh Cure aAriDnBaVTCrX -- Jm7 di free A THR BRROKRMRIDGH NE1WS OLOVRRPORT KY IjTTiikfoh oisr the rare chance to procure Foundation Stock gISESSE3ESMm To reduce stock we will offer SALE oioxJisriDS T at Public Sale i 1 T On SatuirclarIoTbmarSlSOb KKKBgi3g58B N At our Barns three quarters of a mile West of Cloverport Seven Mules coming1 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 - v Breckenridge News LM WEDNESDAY FKUKlAKY ISiJI GRINDING ON Slowly but Sure tlio Kentucky islative Wheel Contin- Â¬ ues to Turn A Leg- Few More Grists Ground Out and Others Are Placed The Hopper In Jack Gross Gets His Bills for Charitable InstitutionsThrough Â¬ the Senate Local Option Will be Voted on all Over the Entire State Next November SEDUCTION A FELONY Special Feb 11 Fkankiout to Â¬ Tim Senate patted the Sill Hill day Mr Joiich Election bill was reported adversely by tho Committee tin it was killed after home debate Kv 1 TIIK HOIhi Most all tlio time Monday Feb was taken up In the house to day by the clerks reading bills for advancement to a Hvcond reading Mr Charltons resolution providing for afternoon sessions on Tuesdays and Fridays from 3 to 5 was adopted Upon tlio whole this lias been the dullest day that there lias yet been in legislative circles this session Til K SENATE Â¬ Â¬ Tuesday Feb 13 Senator dross in troduced a bill today relating to elect ions Thu Senate passed the bill appropriating 100000 for the erection of two reformatories the uorsi Tuesday Feb 13 A bill was Intro duced In the house to day providing for tlio publication of tlio Geological survey and appropriating L500for tlio purpose Mr White introduced n bill which converts the Feeble minded Institute Into an asylum for inHano females Mr Charlton introduced a bill which makes It lawful for any number of per Bonn not les than three to band them selves together for tlio purpose of intellectual and vbysical developcrnent Those clubs called Athletic Clubs shall bo permitted to givo exhibitions in boxing wrestling racing etc and nhargo admission fees therefor provided that no fight shall be allowed without gloves Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MTlilX00N which patted the IIoiim is championed MION The House held nn afternoon session in tlie Senate by Mr Weisincr to day and many bills weio advanced Tin iioim Thursday Fib 15 Mr Hubbard of on thu calendar by n reading Not much lii lie county introduced a resolution of nn thing else was done A bill relating to public roads was inviting tlio Grand Army of the Iti public to hold its IS encampment in Louispassed Senator Wellers bill to prevent cruelty ville Tho educational bill which has been to animals was killed In tlio Home to hanging lire for some lime passed to day day It makes no nutablt change in the law nn sknati A motion to now in vogii Wednesday Feb IIICsnVATK reconsider the vole pausing Senator Friday Feb 111 Mr Hays introduced Iughs bill to establish refoimatories was pnmed to day It is thought that u bill providing for determining Hie He proposes witli a few amendments the bill will ho identity of public works to designate county roads Court Iiouei s passed jails and bridges as public woiks upon A resolution was iutroducul to distribute 300 among tlio mlnlsteis of which convicts may he employed Tho husband and wife property rights Frankfort who have participated in opening tin Senate and llouso with bill was passed into to morrows ordeis of tho day prayer Senator Gross introduced a bill ic Thu Capitol appropriation bill was quiring county printing and advertising largely discussed in tho Senate to day though no action was taken Mr Ogiivie to bo done in the pa pi r of the county said that lie had been a member of the having the largest circulation This is a AbSHinbly oir and on ever since 18ii3 good bill us advertising is fnqtiently let and that the iiut Mlon of Capitol removal to incompetent favoritiH with papers of had been up in every session He be- small circulation and the result Is the lieved that a start at least should ho people for whoso eyes the information is intended tarely ever see it made now In the afternoon session of tho Senate Senator irom bill to raise the per bill occupied thu entire cipitn allowance forcharitable institution the time A substitute for the bill was final from 133 to maintenance 150 mid regulating their control passed the Sen ly passed which leaves the law a it is nte unanimously to day Several amend witli the exception that tho clause under promise of marriage is eliminatments were proposed but all were rejected Tliosu disposed to favor the ed The orignal bill proposed to raiso action of the Senate in provding for tho the ago to 10 years Mr Moore contend States unfortunates may thank Senator ed for the original bill and made a strong irons for engineering ilio bills through plea for the protection of girls Mr Ful Tlio substitute for tho House hill ton thought the boys needed some proabolishing tlio State Hoard of Equal i tection as well and opposed tho bill on the ground that blackmail was made easy Hon was refused a hearing Tlio new law under its proUsions TIIK HOUSE Wednesday Feb H Mr Fields bill makes the seduction of a girl under -- I asking for an appiojiriation of 500 to years of age witli or without promise of remove the remains of Capt Thomas F marriage a felony but leuvis the ago of Marshall from Woodford county to consent to marry at 12 years TIIK HOUSE Frankfort was favorably reported by the Dr Tingly introduc Â¬ Friday Feb H Ways and Means Committee Tlio I oeal Option hill introduced ed u bill providing for thu payment by In tho Senate by Mr Miller came before tho Commonwealth of fees to attorneys the house to day accompanied by a sub appointed to defend indigent penons in feu specified is from stitute drafted by Mr Julgley The felony wises Tho substitute was adopted by a vote of 50 to 15 to 30 Nearly all other stotes pay --7 This substitute makes I ocul Option such fees hut Kentucky does not Mr llirkhcad the Daviess county lop an issue at every voting place in the ulist offered n bill to tux Incomes Slato at the next general election just Mr Gibson introduced a bill proposing as tho Miller bill did but it provides loameud the Constitution sothatcltlesof Hint each scpirato district shall or shall not have liquor sold within its territory tho second chus may incorporate dill r regardless of tho vote of tho county as n ent provisions for dilTerent cities Mr Hawes of Hancock submitted a unit resolution nqiiestiiiir the itunV d ro THE SEN ATE TIiuibJuy Feb 15 In tho Senate to xrt of tint Boa d ol Worlds Fair Com missioners to be oilered to thu General day Gen Gross Uill appropriating 05 Assembly for inspection Thu resolution 000 to tlio Hopklusvlllo asylum 15000 was adopti d Mr Graham tho Marshal county Pop to tho Anchorago asylum 130000 to thu to abolish the one at Lexington and 10500 to thu ulist Intro luced a bill ollico of Commission r of Agriculture Danville Deaf und Dumb Institute was Another bill to dock absentees was In- Â¬ passed unanimously It is a companion troduced by Mr Ilriscoe Two bills to bill to tho ono pawed yesturday raising tills Illct fiavo already been killed this tlio percapita of these institutions from hCKsion 1rof Hay wards bill making it a 135 to 150 felony to throw stones or shoot into a Mr Ueckners bill relating to tho railroad train was passed by tho llouso property rights of husband and wife to day Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ K Second experimental becausu we must repeut which means a godly sorrow for sin and a realization of forgiveness and tho abiding presence of thu Holy Spirit Somo Thoughts Suggested by Third practical becauso Messed is tlio man whose God is the Lord WillDwelling Upon the Cold ing to obey Christ in all things whatsoever Ho has commanded for all power Spring Row was given Him in Heaven and on earth Doing unto others as wo would have Acquaint Now Thyself With God thum do unto us forgiving one another even as God for Christs eako has for- Â¬ And Beat Peace The Gospel Syiikn a JAiuiErr given us Is the Power Stephensport Ky S OGLBSBY WEET RELIGION 4 The Best Shots for the lA JSt Money -- - m B M IB gffa BBB B fi U U iW M- WZ LaaasiffiaffQrawlKi - H Â¬ Â¬ StSwwm r m 9S GO SB S4 and S3SO Police Shoo 3 Soles 3ni 2 and LADIES UGS AND B WW iaifcfi B F 0 FOR GEHTLEMtr 8350 Dross Shoo S250 mtsw 2 for Worklngmon 175 for Boys MISSES 2 fi AL mc Kf yi ihCx3fe IIHHrIH pmmt-j-Wtt r 1 MrWPSKW - Npaa xc j nMv VHI NXTk 3 Son of God Religion consists therefore of a firm fixed principle of beliefs and faith in God thuSonGod the Ftithei and God tho Holy Ghost There is no claim made for Ayers THERE IS BUT ONE TRUTH Sa reap a rill ia which cannot ho endorsed by scores of testimouiais This fact plainly proves that the blood is the Diut News Sines meditating upon source of iiiOit disorders and that Ayers the turbulent waters of tho Cold Spring Sarsaparilla Is the bett of blood purifiers dissention I ilesiru to express my deep Try it this month est regret that such contention over Striking Inhibit tiT Destitution oecuis among Christians God is not Tho most striking exhibit of Londons the author of confusion but of peace destitution ever made vas tho annual Hut truth is mighty and will prevail and supper to thn wuifsaud strays on ThursÂ¬ wo humbly trust that nono of the brethday the coldest night for years Two ren concerned uieto spiritually blind as thousand small hungry half clud boys Many walked bare to not know their Christian duty toward und girls were fed footed six miles on the icy pavements each otliir Hundreds were turned away still hun Truth is always narrow There am a gry there being only room and food thousand falsehoods to one truth There enough for 2000 Loudon Letter may bd a thousand ways In which any given event did not happen and only aSMsMsSSaMsssssslSosSsllilSsflG ono way in which It did happen God Ml I will uphold tho truth contained in His 7 Its Word Forever O Lord Thy word is Tho gospel is tho settled inheaven power of Go Junto salvation Therefore acquaint now thyself with God and bo at peace Jesus said I am tho way tho truth and the life and to accept Jesus is to accept His teachings and to accopt His i holy spirit into our hearts Then It is La Grlpj e Is again In the land tliit wo can rejoice in tho religion of the claiming thousands of victims every day Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ Meet tho enemy when lie first attacks you False theories anil fanatic worship of Royal Germetucr God Fometlmes cause insanitj but If is the thing with which to fight there Is anything in this life that the monster Stay In tho house clothes us and keeps us In our right and take teaspoonful of Itoyal minds- - it Is tho religion that Jesus Germetiier in a teacup of hot wa taught His disciples on thu mount of ter every hour a little sugar1 makes It pleasant as lemonade Olives and in the wilderness of Judea It will reduce the fever and stop lhligion this grand old word though the pain quicker than any other iilinoft obsolete should still be in use remedy and no doubt save you weeks of agony and loss of time for it contains und expresses thu very Thousinils have tried it and elements of tho divinu teachings of tho praise its virtues -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WdrTwtr JHW Wine yTO e Tntr r- jyj BESTVftQ y CAUTION If nny ilenlcr ofTora you W I IouRla VSb Dimes at reduced iirlio Â¬ r Hay ho liu them with aaBBcBarArffK1 out ho nnroo tmnped 001110 uoiiom put mm uuwu iwuiruuu M Tw 250 2 iyrj HEWORP r W La DOUCLAS Shoes are stylish easy fitting and give betterÂ¬ satisfaction at the prices advertised than any other make Try one pair and be convinced The stamping of W L Douglas name and price on the bottom which guarantees their value saves thousands of dollars annually to those who wear them 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 nffoni to sell nt n lets pront and we believe you can save money by buying nil your footwear of the clealf r udver- Catalogue free upon application iv J jjuuuluIB urocuion utis Used belo W H BOWMER SON OLOVERPORT KY JL IDTTTSOIKIISIIE WITH Xv V Germeuer Cures La Grippe WHITE DU1TZEES0N FALLS CITY TOBACCO WAREHOUSE X CO Main St bet Ninth Tenth - Louisville Ky Liberal Advances Four Months Free Storage Special Attention to Private Sales 2 JL TTENTION I OCHOOL ARUSTEES Tlioy aro also representing to tho people tint these aro the only charts and map that will mett tho requirements of tho law That tins is un true is shown by the clrojlar letter of tho State Superintendent bear Â¬ ing date of January 14th It is also further shown by recommendations in our handswnich wo will gladly mail to any trustoe at his request For M5 wo will furnish you a complete sot of Apparatus with nib stantial envors all tho requirements of tho Fchool law and which is of the vory best material now boforo ho public If you havo not already bought do not do so until you havo scon us examined our goodd and obtained our prices For further particulars call upon or address Do not bo decoivod ir buying jour School Apparatus from tlio first ngent who como on you and thus bo load into paying oxliorbitant I am told cortaiu parties are canvassing this county witli n set prices of maps globes and charts of whieh thoy aro nskin from 05 to 75 I With tho heart man believetU unto lightcousuess Religion avoids the two extremes fanaticism and cold in tcllectuallsm It Is not a creed nor a theory It is tho experience of Christ in thu heart First doctrinal Second ex Â¬ perimental Third practical First doctrinal because wo must first learn of Christ from His own dlviuo teachings ami accopt Him as tho way tho truth and the life Control Couch with Gcrme tuer Cough Syrup Keep bowels open with Qer metuer Pills Kings Royal Germejuer ATIANTA CA Co six for f 500 Germetucr Tills 60 in vlal2So Germetuer Cough Syrup 60o Druggists or will be sent pre paid on receipt of price by us Itoyal Germetiier 100 bottle Germetucr Itemedles for sale by FRANK W DUNN IlARDINSnUttO HOTEL General Agent HAHDINSBUItQ JCY EXCELSIOR SCHOOL DESK CO mm Jrt THB BREkOKBNmnQEX bKECKSNMDGE NEVWS OXaO VERFO RT KY lKW9 l WlitWKSUAY FIWHIlAIlY LOOAL BREVITIES Lola of ISPl Sllllerd Street nnd sdilr pickles dillort llrlldH ftelf- l- nowstdck StiliicrB Seed dates Ctilil t U KdWlilIld Is IJIlilo flick wllli foverrt Saturdayjpril 7 luySulzurtj Iv - f f i Sulzers Irnfw Heed nil kinds SuIith lltinxH kraut Ixlrn Inc -- HiiIth Sec our Ilomiiutit connler Sul rn All kliuls of rubber bnotannd shoes nt Mens night robes Kulzuro Keep your eye on our show windows Suzern Wu nre right In It In uliut Shoos mid rubbers Sulzers Mr C L Adams nnd wife nru visiting relatives on Bull creek Miss Ilosn Miller of Holt Is tho guest j i 4 r of Win Alii mid family Try some of our extra lino blue grass seedfor lawns 1 Sulzers MIes Cada Hliodss of Owutisboro is vlsldng Win Ahl and fiunllv Mrs 0 A met went to Klizibethtown last week to visit her old home - k --f 4 K - f CVfe ifc - ri v Ladies remember you can get a fino 00 Dongola for T 25 nt Sulzerp Itev J II Solomon will preach nt the Unptist church Sunday February 23th Mrs 0 B Skillman who hns been vis Hing her mother at Morganfleld return Â¬ ed limine Monday evening Mr M Blaln of Stcphensport is down in Florida spending tho winter and hik Â¬ ing careof his orange crop Only a fow bottles of Seal oil shoo dressing left A largo shoe buttoner free with every bottle Sulzers There w ill bo n big crowd of people here next Saturday to attend the Ogles py stock sale They arc coining from every win re The dalo of tho Meade county Demo- Â¬ cratic primary lias been changed from the first Monday in August as was first selecle I to the 7th day of April W 11 Withers nnd C 1 llaynes of Willowdale were passengers on the east bound train for Louisville last Wednes Â¬ day They say there is n splendid opening nt their plnco for n first class general store What Dr Bulls Cough Syrup has done for others for nearly two generations it will do for you If you will try it onco you will bo convinced that it is the best family mediiine nnd you will never be without it of Irvlngton sold in F II StUh Louisvillo Inst week four head of line fctrers at Gets This is tho highest price yet obtained for cattle on tho Louisvillo innrki t They were extra shippers and averaged I00O pounds town Marshal of Houston Morgan Stcphensport is out in n brand new suit covered all over with big brass buttons Hous is very proud of his position nnd its tho opinion of tho News that ho would not resign it to be president Mr J B Towers of Stephensport was in the cty yeUerdny Mr Powers is way up in years but he showed that tho vigor of youth is still hnnging with him by disregarding the convenience of n railroad and walking down ns in tho enrlier days Mr Mike Jungling nnd Miss Winnie Harris will bo married in tho Klm strcet Methodist church to day at 8 oclock p in Mr Jungling is the master machin- Â¬ ist at tho shops and Miss Harris is tho handsome caslner in Sulzers store The Nfwh extends congratulations W II lruther was arrested in Shelby county Inst week by Deputy IV S Mar Â¬ shal Scott charged with violating tho revenue laws He is said to have sold di inks tjr whisky out of a bottlo while attending a revival in Breckenridgo Co Irather declares ho gave tho liquor away Tho tobacco market is in n very unsat- Â¬ isfactory state Local dealers are for tho must part holding la t years purchase nnd cant sell nt cost Tho farmers who ship to tho Louisvillo market usually get leas in some cases one half tho price they were offered at homo and wo have two good Cloverport buyers taking the weed right along Mr 0 F Davis editor of tho Bloom field Farmer says Iowa I can recommend Chamberlains Cough Rem edy to all sufferers with colds and croup I have used it in my family for tho past two years and have found it tho best I oyer used for tho purposes for which it is intended 50 cent bottles for sale by A K Fisher Cloverport and Kincheloe Meador Hardinsburg TIim Cloverport Dramatic Company gave a doublo bill presentation of the drama The Capo Mall and tho threo Uncle in tho Red Front act comedy Hall lost night to a large audience Tho program will bo repeated at n matinee this afternoon beginning at 2110 oclock for the benefit of the Entro Nous Club This is a good company of amateur per- Â¬ formers and the matinee should be largely attended Tho Entre Nous Club gavo n Valentine Tea nt tho hospitable residence of Mr and Mrs 0 W Moorman on tho 14th Coffee lust afternoon nnd ovening chocolate nnd tea wero served at different tables by handsome young ladies the parlors wero beautifully decorated sweet music echoed through the halls tho fra grance of sweet scented flowers floated in the atmosphere nnd nothing was left undone that would add to the enjoy inent of their many guests Vests have turned over a now leaf By their ad in this issue it will be notic- Â¬ ed that on the first day of March they will start on tho cash or no trade plan Members of the firm state that they mean just what they say nnd that they They will not intend to treat all aliko make fish of 0110 and II- sh of anotherbut nil rich or poor black or white must pay cash when they get their goods This is a departure from tho usual mode of transacting business in Cloverport but it h probably in the right direction iM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ njHuim f 0K i xJ liuiiuotvjii1y MM flrMU Villi H VAVOIIII WM HMUIU iJvWiuow IM uujirwiuj YIIMUMIU HU VlnllllIK lit tho Miss Jennie WntlleM I Hnrdiusbiirg at HonliiitbuTU and Sets n Pete Miller cnuie homo from Unloll Dato for tho Primary town Sunday C K Iiglitfnot wits in liockport Ind wveral days Inst week Miss Xiillio Burks of Holt is the An Enthusiastic and Harmonious guest of Miss Llzzlo Skillman Gathering of Good and Truo Mrs Gertrude Fongerottse of Chirngr is thn guest of Miss May Kynn Democrats Dr II N Bftshnmisn Republican can Â¬ didate for jailer in Daviss county W S Smart of Owensboro camo up A Few Moro Days Will We Skirmish Saturday nlghtto spend Sunday at homo With Each Other Then Face Rv S S Shelly will preach at Holts chapel next Sunday nt 11 a m hero nt The Enemy- 7 p in Miss Snllio Murray of Hnrdinsburg is tho guest of her cousin Miss Allieno DEMOCRACY WILL PREVAIL Murray Kelson Clnycotnb Mr Bandynud J T The County Democratic Committee Mltclicui took their tobacco to Louisvillo met in the Court houso nt Hnrdinsburg Inst week last Monday in response to tho call of Mrs T Brown nnd daughter of Owcns the Chairman Hon D R Murray boro nro visiting Mrs Browns brother Mr Murray called the Committee to Mr 01 Mnttlngly order nnd they took their seats insido Mrs Lizzio Hearing of Cannclton There wero was in tho city last week having some the bar of tho court room some two lunula d or more Democrats dentin work done Mrs Emma Norton who hns been from the various sections of tho county present Tho Chairman said it should visiting her sister in Owensboro return be nn open meeting free to tho candi Â¬ ed homo last week dates and their friends It was his pur Â¬ John Weisenbnrgers wife presented him with a Valentino on the 1 Ith Inst pose to keep nothing back nor do any- thing behind closed doors Ho wnnted It was n wee little girl You can get wall paper nt 2cts single every candidate present to seo nnd henr roll when ho hangs it at tho customary so that they could seo that tho actions of the Committee wero in tho interests of price at T F Sawyers Mrs Win Minor and daughter Miss the success of tho party and without prej Nellie Burks have returned homo after udice to any of the aspirants for the various offices spending several weeks in Louisville With these preliminary remarks tho Tho last Clovcrporter has either paid his fine or given bond and is out of jail Chairman asked tho Secretary to call and at home from tho Republican Con- the roll and tho Committee proceeded to take up the business in hand vention Secretary Miko Miller proceeded to James R Skillman who has been vis- Â¬ iting in Memphis for several weeks re- Â¬ call the roll and tho following members Tlios Mc turned home last Sunday on the steamer answered to their names Clure O W Payne Dr J B Frymire New South J V StCiair Chas II Drury J W Dr Cottrell will entertain an OwcnsStorms E L Robertson John A Cook boro nudience to morrow night by delivF N DHuy and Morris Beard There ering his famous lecture Razor Strops were two members Messrs Tousey and in that city Egart absent but they wero repre Â¬ W It Wethington Mattingly Ky has n good mare lie wants to tra lo for a sented by proxies which were on motion yoke of cattle Oo and see him if you of Mr DHuy received and the Commit- Â¬ tee proceeded to business want a trad Mr F N DHuy made the first motion Tho Democratic candidates ore out this week pyrootten the country nnd which wns carried unanimously nnd that imploring the blessed voter just to help was to hold n primnry under the State law regulating such elections them n littleo Mr StCiair on motion named April 7 Mr and Mrs Benedict Benin and daughter Evelyn accompanied by Miss ns the time Mr DHuy was in favor of Ixirena Hawkins of Lcitchlleld visited putting it off until tho last Saturday in Mny The majority wns with Mr St- Â¬ In Owcnsboro one day last week Satur Mr G R Cox and Miss Mattie Rob Ciair and his motion prevailed erts of Union Star and Mr G II day April 7 is the day nnd time The next question was tho Item of ex Â¬ Roberts of Union Star and Miss Alice Vnrgason of Owensboro were mairied pense to the enndidntes tho amount to in Owensboro last Wednesday evening bo raised the manner of raising it nnd the nmount enrh candidate should pay Ed Gregory is developing into a -dresser of the first waters A This motion called forth somo patriotic glanco at Sulzers handsome show win Â¬ expressions from tho Committee Dr dows most any day in tho week will con- Â¬ Frymire especially who said that there vince one that they were nrrnnged by nn ought to be enough Democrats in the various precincts who would bo willing nrtistic hand W T Marr tho snake man from Gar- Â¬ to contribute their services ns judges and field will be here next Saturday He clerks for tho cause of the party nnd not carries a rattlesnake six feet long with burden the candidates with that expense ten rattles mid handles it in any way he He thought it was n shame that any pleases It will only cost you lOcts to Democrat was so undemocratic as to Tho Do- Â¬ want pay for such services Bee his performances Tho attention of base ball players who ctors speech brought down tho house receive wounds of one kind or another and aroused the patriotism of tho mem Â¬ every day from bat or ball is directed to bers of the Committee to tho oxtent of the fact that Salvation Oil is tho best vouching for no charge for these ser- Â¬ application in use for tho euro of cuts vices nt their respective precincts with the exceptions of tho Hnrdinsburg and bruises and Fprains 25 cents Mr R B Pierce hns sold tho largo Cloverport precincts whoso members Pierce tobacco factory to Mr James B could not take tho responsibility for the Face jr who is now handling tobacco reason that the precincts were too largo here Mr Pnco is a wealthy Virginian and they couldnt be handled in that and this trado permanently establishes a way good business man in Cloverport and as Mr Storms then moved that 1100 bo sures for tho surrounding country n good the amount raised to pay expenses nnd permanent market for tobacco close at Mr Beard to assess each candidoto his homo proportionate part of this amount with Tho case against James Carr for the the proviso that if it should not require murder of Bryant was continued in tiie tho wholo fund tho overplus should be Cannelton Circuit Court till May 8 refunded Tho Chair then appointed StCiair Artman the wife and child murderer was only shamming insanity and is now Drury Robertson and Payne n commit as sano as nnybody There is a strong teo to prescribo qualifications of voters feeling against Artman in Perry county Tho Cominitte retired for consultation and talk of lynching him is indulged In and after n short absence brought in the freely We need not bo surprised nt following report which was received and any time to hear of a hanging bee at unanimously adopted AVwftcif First that all legal voters or Cannelton Artmans crinio grows more thoso who will be so nt tho November brutal the more particulars nro heard election who nre known Democrats or persons that havo affiliated with tho EKRON Democratic party In the past or who in good fath propose to do so in the future nnd will ngreo to support the nominees Mr J II Bishop was in town Monday Will Smith went to Louisvillo Friday of tho primary will be permitted to vote in this primary night Second Any person of whom the Mr DlcR Wrather Irvlngton was in Judges of tho election havo doubt as to his qualifications as required abovo shall town Monday Hon S M Wrather wont to Vine be asked tho following question viz Do you intend lo affiliate with the Grove Wednesday Democratic jwty and to vote for Its Messrs George Gllliland and Georgo nominees at the mxt election nnd if Fryraire Flint Island oro visiting rela- Â¬ the porson proposing to vote answers in tho nlllrmntive he shall be permitted to tives here vote and tie same shall be recorded Mrs Fannie Helmstetter and little That tho Chairman of this Tmni daughter Georgia visited Mrs Guedry committee shall be and is empowered to Saturday and Sunday do all thing necessary under tho gener Â¬ Mrs Hoyden Miles of Rock Haven al law and under the proceedings of this to prepare for who has been visititing Mrs J T Jones meeting of tho committed hold and conduct the primary election returned to iter homo Sunday night nnd shall be the governing authority of Mr Clias Mills died Wednesday morn- Â¬ the party under said law for such pur Â¬ Ciiab II DniKY ing from injuries received from a treo pose Chairman Committee falling on lilm which wo mentioned last On motion tho following named gentlo week men were made chairmen of their re- Â¬ Mrs J H Bishop of Owonsboro Mr spective districts Morris Beard Hnrd Â¬ arrived In town Friday evening Bishop has purchased n farm near hero insburg F N DHuy Cloverport E L where they will make their homo Robortson Rock Vale Chas II Drury Messrs Tim McAullffe and Mc II B Frymire Union Richardson made a Hying trip from Bewleyvlllei Dr J Louisville hero Sunday to seo their best Star and John A Cook Hudsonvlllo girls Mr Murray tendered his resignation as Thoro will be preaching at the School County Chairman for the reason that liouso here every second Sunday nt 11 Ids brother was a candidate and ho felt oclock before noou and seven in tho ovening by elder Frank Quinn of Louis- Â¬ a delicacy in serving Tho coiuraiUeo refused to accept his resignation and ho ville Mr J T Mossoy has sold his interest was continued in the fruit treo nursery at thisplacoto Tho commltteo then adjourned after Mr Massey which tho candidates for County Judge Mr G W Ricliardson making his future home nt thinks of nnd Attorney made short speeches Cementvllle Iud The meeting was perfectly harmonious A wee wee girl arrived on the up feeling pre- Â¬ local in Ekrou Monday afternoon and all through and the best wandered to the ho 1110 of Dr Willett and vailed The sentiment of tho committee wife She Informs us that she weighs preeeut was that vic Â¬ srfven pounds and her name is Mary and all Democrat tory is ours next November Elizabeth Willett Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ window- Detoocratic Comhiittcb Meets ABOUT lfuvo you fopjii holding oil thinking you could pull through without buying one this Winter If so you havo no doubt disNow Ik the lime to correct it covered your mistake In order to more quickly reduce- our Â¬ Dont OVEBCOATS Wo have ngnin inserted tho knife nnd made Forget Tho great reductions vc nro making nil along tlio lino in OYEEOOAT STOCK ANOTHER CUT IN PRICES Wo do not advertise prices but invito you one nnd nil to call and see for yourselves Every garment marked in plain figures nnd goods strictly as represented Conic and sec for yourself tm w i - Cloaks Over- 1a mi -- v JULIUS WINTER Corner Third and Market Sis LOUISVILLE KY CO n 9s m iv rn a ts jjkajjkj MORE CANDIDATES The Unterrifled Aro Still Untorrifled and Republican Bluster - FEBRUARY 22 1894 Â¬ Washingtons Birthday Will be Appropriately Observed by the Pupils of our High School Alj Country His Itismoney saving to buy now You dont object to saving do you Encourages Three Thorn- - More Good Democrats are Willing to Sacrifice Themselves or Carry Â¬ Inwnitlon Salutation iioiuM ir Hue DEMOCRACY TO SUCCESS We announce this week the Hiiodkh candidacy of F K Rhodes of McDanlels for Sheriff subject to tho action of the Democratic primary April 7th Mr llliodea is nt tho present High Sheriff of llrcckenridgo county and ho needs no particular introduction by us Ho made a grand nnd successful race two years ago against a combined opposition of Republicans and Populists and he has mado an efficient officer He is u His lino man and a good Democrat deputies W Scott Cart of Union Star Tlios L Wroo of Cloverport and Clios B Miller of Hardinsburg are ns good men as could bo selected in their respect- Â¬ As yet tho ticket has no ive sections opposition in Democratic circles and wo know of none that it may have With tho endorsement of Democracy it is n sure winner in November IlKNDEitsoK It will bo noticed that in our announcement column is tho namo of T B Henderson of Webster ns n enndidato for County Court Clerk sub Â¬ ject to tho action of tho Democratic primary April 7th Mr Henderson is a fine gentleman n popular citizen a good Democrat and as tho nominee of tho Democratic party he would inako it un- Â¬ comfortably warm for Sweet Owen LaIIeibt Wo announco Mr A A Lalleist of Cloverport as n candidate for Surveyor of Breckenridgo county subject to tho action of tho Democratic primary April 7 Mr Lalleist is n gen- Â¬ tleman well qualified for tho position to which ho aspires He is a fine man nnd a good Democrat and his nomination will add strength to tho Democratic ticket Ao yet wo know of no opposition to him in Democratic circles Hovluus lichen t Kreil XI DHuy WnnhlnKton In Ireiih anil Inillm War Ilcrtha Mllllnnlv Washington In llvvolutlon K I Knglith Dont Olve up the Il ir Hoy Song Washington the Ircslilcnt Proctor Killli Home 111c of Washington Forest Moorniin Selections from iVashlngtons writings Xelllc Simons How Washington kept one birthday Wnllle Ilshen Susie lloerly Tliira llonnct lleautlful Twilight Song Hunker Hill Oration Albert Solhrlg Ilojhoolo Washington Dont Forget Do Margaret IIKklllinin laulltevercslllikJrantlmothers sorj of Hunker Hill - Ilattlcol Hunker Hill The Flag They Dieil to Our Own Country Sac Marion llowmer Class Kierci e Soig You Hnsi A KjMMitli Mullen Wcit Ilertha Mattingly Nellie Simons Rod bless our Stars Forever OliU Iallon Mary Ityan The Flag ol d Song Nations color bearers Class Kxircisc Crown our Washington Sallle Jregorj Fling out the Flag Song The abovo exercises will bo given in tho High School building on Thursday February 22nd nt 2 oclock p in and nt 7J oclock p m An admission fee of 10 cents will be charged to finish paying for a beautiful flag J x 12 feet of the best government bunting The flag is now in tho school building and will bo raised on that day cr the school house iinlurl that obi Star In the Ha nner And let her bright colors illumine the air TIs the Flag that our Sons of America honor Our latt and our Future are marshalling Plow If you da we can make it easy for you Leave your old plow right where it is when you read this and come and take your choice out of the following makes The easy running OLIVER The Mule strong -- BRINLEY Mans Favorite The BLOUNT In one horso Plows we please everybody Points and Holts for all If you We carry run a there ONE HALF RATE Harvest Excursions to Arkansas and Texas On March lHth April 10th and May 8th 1801 tho St Louis Air Line Louisville Evansville St Louis Con R R will sell Hurvest Excursion tickets to all points in Arkansas Texas and Eddy N M nt one half rates for tho round trip Tickets good returning 150 days from date of sale Tho Air Lino is 03 miles tho short Â¬ We can astonish you in that Iin e and it you will come and look you will buy a BUGGY -- - l est route to St Louis tho west and Southwest nnd tho only lino running vestibule trains daily between Louisville and St Louis witli parlorand dining cars Mr Wui Bowley is at present suffer- Â¬ Pullman palaco sleepers on night trains For further information as to rates ing from an attack of in grippe Miss Ida Shumate of Stiths Valley Is routes maps time tables sleeper car reservations etc call on or address R visiting her cousin Miss Flora Slith A Campbell G V A St Louis or J Mis Elizabeth Hudspeth is visiting B Campbell D 1 A Louisvillo City her daughter Mrs Fife at Stephensport ticket olllce S W confer Urd and Main Mr and Mrs L N Woolfolk and son street depot 14th and Main street Louisvillo Ky Rob visited Mis Woolfolks mother Mrs Elizabeth Morgan Saturday and A trial will convince tho most skeptical tlint C C C Certain Sunday 10th and 11th Inst U tho RrcatcHt Miss Alice Haddox contemplates visit Â¬ Cough Curo remedy extant for tho euro ing her cousin Mrs Leander Bruner of LuGripnu Croup Coughs nee Girtie Neafus of Hawesville next Colds sVe Saturday and Sunday NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC The young hearts are all in a flutter at tho thoughts of tho fun tlioy anticipate Breckenridgo Circuit Court having Saturday night at tho party at J D littler rttr In Equity T 0 Neafus Tl to DeftiJ Tie hickory mill has shut down for Tnjlor Ueard having olalmi against the late All tho present Tho proprietors being una firm ofperioni t lierlrr of llardlniburg Ky Heard blo to put tho handles already sawed on ar requested to file the same with me properly tho market on account of tho condition verified as required by law on or bcioro the lit day of May 1894 alio all perioni Indebt Â¬ of the roads ed to the above named firm are requested to Albert Bewley has just recovered from call at my office in llardlniburg Ky at once and save costs nslego of tho chicken pox I thought and settle lame of the above said firm are sub The members Albert had outgrown such childish joined and restrained by order of court fr tu diseases To seo him paying his devoirs making any collections or aJJustlng any claims firm to tho iair sex you would verily be of the above laid 0 II SEVERS Receiver liovo him every inch a man Appointed by th Ureckenrldge Circuit Court February 19th 1891 By all means enlargo the paper Dear Editor if this wintry weather lasts much longer it will require a sheet to accom- Â¬ modate your Sirocco scribo I often wish that I could write with a serious pen but somehow it will get suffering with weakness and twisted around into a funny shape I who givo littlo sometimes think that I was cut out for a emaciation nourishment to babiosshoulcl humorist but natur failed t let tho tako fact bo known in time I was pleased to see Mr M J Ben- Â¬ netts Battletown letter in the News and hope ho will write often Mack is a nice littlo business man every inch of him His successful business career is a sufficient evidence of the merits accorded to him by many friends Efforts aro being made for a grand Oil concert at Oak Grovo school liouso Fri Â¬ tho Cream of Cod Hvor and hypophosphltes It will ulght the 23rd inst George Wiles day glvojthom strength and mako school closes on that day and his schol Â¬ ars assisted by qulto a numb r who their babies fat Physicians have been there before will ondeavor the world over ondorse It to give an interesting and freo exhibition to all who will honor them with their Dit b3 deceived by Substitutes pTtlrH Seott A Senas I Y All Driuilsu presence - Ur - i mi 3 rMnsri MBSnJIte CO KY Ail r SIROCCO k fh JWtaSssBBtD B F BEARD DILLON 5 IIARDINSIirilG rlr Keep your eye on this spot and you will save money ATTENTION FARMERS WE WILL SELL YOlT Horse Collars Next Saturday February 24th for 20 per cent discount Our it Mothers 200 185 125 250 dollar will go for 200 148 140 120 lOO 160 150 if75 Scotts Very Respeotfully ozisra 3DAsr onsri isr JOHN P HASWELL HARDINSBURG KY 100 80 Emulsion Mmmmmmmmmr SOU JACK FOR SALE hh FOR SAM Thirty yesrs lease on Xew Holland Coal Mines imluillnir horses three mules and other equipments This mine is situated ls miles West of Owensboro on USt I VT K II Two years olJ will lie tluvo Jnue 35 l very and is in kochI operatfnK condition tllack wllh all the points 14 hands Only small cash payment will be necestry to secure trade For further Inform stylish and highly bred balance will be taken in coal lor luither par Â¬ tlon or particulars cult on or iiililrcis ticulars call on or uddrcss WIMIAM lIKAItl II O SIMMONS Ky Owcnsbnrn Ky llnrillnshnrir y M FrgjBBPfw- - 9 Highcal of nil THE travelling Power Latest U S Govt Rcrott RRCKRNRltGR LY OUT OF REPAIR NE1WS u youro a tiurcnng nic wcnccr in enso l Dr llorcos 1 OLQYBRPpRT KY MISS TOM KING RoYal sm Breckenridge Itcht Baking Powder Dr Hendrick is talking of giving the little folks n party this week Mr Green Claycomb and family vis- Â¬ ited T B Henderson and family Sunday Charlio Kenedy and Edd Messrs Dolge on Free Wooi earVM0ftVftn innn mo lfKsaW this ravorild HIS TARIFF LOGIC IS NOW SAD jjanTANDHAPrrrtEsacoxnTorov wo rvscrlption Hi What This Piano Felt Manufacturer Said In 1883 Whon Ho Wantod Froo Trado And What He Now Says When He Desires to Retain His Protected Monopoly In tho loud chorus of hullabaloos against tho Wilson bill wo recognizo tho familiar tones of our old friend Al Â¬ fred Doige of Dolgovlllo N Y who never misses an opportunity to adver Â¬ tise himself nnd his business Early In Dcccphcr tho story wns allowed to leak out that Dulgu was contemplating tho removal of his piano felt factory to Germany if tho Democrats should in sist upon mining this country by pass ing tho Wilson hill This started a Dolgo wnve which wns propagated over tho country by tho ftepublicau newspa pers bent on milking it hot for tho It also freo tradeis at Washington brought ii few reporteis Dolgos way and gnvo him mi opportunity to start nnother Dolgc piano felt wnvo behind Tlio New York Press of Doc tho first 8 said that Dolgo was going to phut down bis factory because ho could not compete with tho importers under the It continued Wilson bill Mr Dolgo stilted yesterday that ns tho Wilson bill will reduce the duty on woolens 40 per cent ho must preparo to meet this I shall lay off nil my hnnds 500 In number a week from next Saturday Then I shall tnko account of stock After that 1 shall after learning the prices fur which the linportcis will sell their goods reduce tho wages of my employees sufficient to allow me to sll at u profit my manufactured goods I shall probably be able to resume at the factory in n month The average sal ii ry of men and boys at the mill N nlout 31i0 j year This must bo to duced uljout ill percent My men know that I must make a reduction and are content If business however con tinues bad I shall not resume at all 1 but will import all my goods cant stand hard times and tho Wilson lull together In other interviews ho denied that he expected to leave tho country and take his factory with him On Dec 10 tho New York World said Alfred Dolge propiktor of tho big Dolgevillo woolen millH nnnminccd at tho Fifth Aveuuo hotel Int ught that his works would bo piacticully closed today and that about lflUO men would bo thrown out of employment There is no polities in it ho said If wo had orders enough nothing would please us more than to keep things humming Tho preparation of the Wilson tariff hill and tho provisions for freo wool with other features in jurious to tho trndu and manufacturing have compelled us to stop As 60011 ns we can nccommodato ourselves to tho change wo shall bo veiy glad to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 lnry nl llm KarnnA of Tlila llxniitirnl but Niilnrliiiu Tlili f Maidenhood omnnuoori Wifehood Motherhood ABSOLUTELY PURE News 21 enro projwr regard for hygiene nnd the Proscription Its a tonlo and 4BJBBH norvhio 11 remedy nro- Hcritml by on eminent physician nnd ttrclalist for nil tho peculiar ills and nllinontjt of women - nil need tliobcstnf WEDNESDAY FEUUUAIIY 1891 ocr from BRANDENBURG Vanity Fair Is quiet Dr IOii Moremen la able to bo out Jesse Hcriuloii m n town last Sun day lion J 1 llanlin xpenl Sunday at borne it iel Â¬ Services last Sunday nt Catlioliu and llnptist cliurches Mr C 0 Moremen is InSlmwncetown wbile Ilcrt Is here Instead of S K It Is J V Vessels who is a rnndidatc for County Judge Mrs Krakes Mr Iteiinan and Miss Hula Dondcn arc much better Mr J 15 Willed lias announced him self as a candidate for Count Clerk A uiito at Mrs Charles Colemans last Friday night was u pleasant affair Mr Gordon Moorman was hero last Sunday n visitor at Mrs ZT Herndons Mr and Mrs Chapeze Wntlicn will ar 1111 ov KNOW Mrs rive this week from Owensboro Wash Hall is at Webster That Wntlicn will remain for a visit That Sash Jordan was lost Sunday loh Moieman returned to Owensboro last Wednesday That I It Mays is repairing his house Bert and Mr Frier left for Shawneetovrn last Saturday night That Iillie Mays is fond of The candidates are serenely placid not a ripple on the surface A calm That Lula Coleman is fond of railroad ahas precedes a storm so watch out men foi it That Clyde Fnglixh bus ictired from Sewiul if our ymiiiK foIkH attended society V the Imp at Mrs iuedrys last Friday That Mnry Henderson h fund of night and of course had un enjoyable millers time That Forest Claycomb is running a Mr II P Carter Democratic candi saw mill date for County Clerk of Marion county That Tom Lyddan visits Bell View visited his sister Mrs Dr Pusey last quite often week That Ella Kurt is fond of visiting nt Miss Fannie Clarkson llig Spring Brent Wood has been at the Gait llotiso for several That Annie Claycomb is longing for weeks chaperonu Mrs Calvert to enSunday to come joy the gayeties of the city That Sam Bishop hns ordered a fine Mrs Vrevland and daughter will be Whats up boys come residents of our town shortly and suit will occupy the bouse at the head of That George mid Harry Stewart cant Main stteet opposite Mr Simmons stay away from Webster store That Henry Stewart is going to Louislhe quaint and honored old Saint ville to see his best girl Valentino will he shown the usual hom That Charlie Claycomb is longinir for age accorded him and many a fair the Kussclville school to close Phyllis will smile while just as many That Dick Claycomb is going to Har will scowl dinsburg on business this week Mr Harry J Frier who came home That Jim Kurt is making him a pair with 15ert Moremen for a visit is assist Â¬ of stilts togo on to see his best girl ant post master of Shawneetown Hois That Wathen Henderson is going to a most worthy young man and very ensee bis best girl next Sunday Ixk tertaining out Gola I had a pleasant call last Thursday That Abe Skilhnan is missing on Sun from my young friend Joe McGebee of day and Wednesday evenings Where the Mammoth Ixmisvillo Joo is n prime favorite here as ho is with his does ho go boys tlrm where he ranks as a first class salesEvery oue gives it the highest praise man He returned to Louisville last II Gradel Druggist Walnut and AlliSunday son Str Cincinnati 0 says this of his If you wish to telescope yourself into I sell my sharo of Dr Bulls trade some folks good graces constitute them Cough Syrup and my customers that an autocrat Give them authority of have used this preparation speak of it in the Czar of Hussia I prefer reminding the highest terms them that this is a glorious ltcpublic where one has equal rights and privileges Obituary with another Mrs Elizi E Dowell wife of Mr Our sheriff has received bis tax books Lareno I Dowell died of congestion of which were ordered from Mr J D Bab the lungs at her home near Sample lingo If they are a fair sample of the Jan Oth 18M agid 57 years She was work done by tliu Nkws office those in sick but a few days seldom complained want of similar books will consult their of suffering but often spoke of her interest by bending their orders to same bright prospects of a lome prepared for The paper of said books is excellent her in the Musters kingdom Sho join binding superior in short I hear they ed tllo M E church at Hazel Dell about are the best and cheapest books of the twenty eight years ago and lived n conkind ever received in this county sistent christian life to the day of her The realization of the mask party was death Near eighteen months ago sho all that the most fastidious or exacting professed sanctilication and tho time could wish Mrs Moremens bouso is since then has been as one day of love admirably adapted for entertaining hav- Â¬ and praise to God ing the largest rooms in town spacious She was n member of tho same class halls and porches She herself ranks as during her entire christian Jife the llrst best hostess as she takes great in- Â¬ Hazel Dell class having been moved to terest and understands fully the diffi Sample near five years ngo cult art of seeing to the pleasure of each Her remuins werejirought to Sample guest There were more beautiful Feb 1st where a veJy touching funeral artistic costumes than I ever saw here service was held by Ho v Hurtford of before Bert Moiemen and his friend Stephensport her pastor Hev W B Mr Harry Frier of Shawneetown III Sneed being too ill to attend The church were particularly noticeable for elegance was crowded witli sympathizing relatives and novelty of dress Bob Moremen of friends and acquaintance At the close Owensboro appeared ns an elegant old of the service all took a last look at the gentleman and as his mother didnt sweet calm face which would soon be know of his advent into town at un- hid in the cold grave to await the resur masking time he completely surprised rection morn but tho happy spirit has her The young ladies vied with each winged its way to God other in brilliancy and originality of She will be missed in tho community costumes Misses Mattie and Jennie where shu lived so long missed In the Koborts Will Jones and Gene Guedry church nnd more than in any other Ekron graced the occasion- - The floor place will she be missed in her own was waxed till smooth ns gloss the homo and tho homes of her children music soul inspiring and the dancing Thus truly can wo say Blessed are tho corresponded Our ante Lenten masque Â¬ dead who die in the Lord They rest rade will long linger as a pleasant mem Â¬ from their labor and their works do folory low them Sister Dowell was buried in tho ceme Â¬ Immigrants and returning voyagers tery at Union Star find in Ayors Sarsaparilln a euro for N II J SqUIIIES eruptions boils pimples eczma etc Sample Feb IStli 1891 whether resulting from sea diet and life on ship board or from any other cause Joseph V Dory of Warsaw III was Its valuo as a tonic and altcrativo medtroubled with rheumatism and tried a icine cannot bo overestimated number of different remedies but says notio of them Bcemed to do him any WEBSTER good but finally ho got hold of one that speedily cured him Ho was much Mrs T II Henderson is on tho sick pleased with it and felt sure that others list similarly afllicted would Ilka to know Miss Nora KurU gave a birthday din- Â¬ what the remedy was that cured him ner on the Oth lie states for the benefit of the public Mr Frank Hull Is visiting in our that it is called Chamberlains Pain Halm For sale by A It Fisher Clover- midst this week Bon Stewart who has been quite sick port and Kincheloo k Meador Hardlns I burg is better nt this writing Â¬ snow-balling Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Trlplett attended church here Sunday Mrs Luby Adkisson who hns been on thoslck list wo are proud to say is better Mrs W G Claycomb and son Walker of Henderson are visiting her daughter Mrs Itastcr Hall Miss Hattie May was called home last week to sec her brother who is Boon to leave for Montana Itov Breeding filled his regular ap pointment hero Saturday and Sunday to quite a large crowd Miss Annie Jordan and GolaOrandnff of Clifton Mills wero the guests of the Misses Claycomb Sunday Master B Mattlngly of Sample who has been visiting his aunt Mrs Frank Payne has returned home Miss Ola May Adkisson who has been visitim in this neighborhood has re turned to her home in Ilardlnsburg Come again Miss Ola Â¬ Some dianositlon nro sunny oven in rutin But it was not meant that women should Hhe need not whllo theres a suffer so remedy that regulates nnd promote all tho proper function dlpols nchea nnd twins brings refreshing sleep nnd restores health nnd vigor In tho complaints weaknesses nnd Irregularities of womanhood its tho only Him rem fere rtmetlu If it fails to Iwncflt or euro you get your money back bo compelled to work nlso for starvation wages if tho tariff should bo reduced This talk may do well enough for 11 stump oration of nil honurnblo ward will It generally takes with the but there Is no truth In Wages havo nothing whatever to do ft England with freo with tho tariff trade paid and always has paid higher wages to tho nverago workman thsn Frnnce or Germany which aro both blessed with protective tariff American manufacturers will always bo uhlo to pay higher wages than any of their European competitors becauso tho American workman produces moro nnd better work in 11 given time than tho Europeans Look nt tho German workmen or tho Swedes or the English or nny other how nwkwnrd they nppcar to us when they nrrho here how nwk wnrd they go to work nnd then fco Micro same men in say one year how they havo changed how much more work they will do and how much better work Reporter Why Is this Mr Dolge It must bo tho climate tho surroundings that push and energy of tho Americans tbo intelligence which tho foreigner is forced iiero to acquiro nnd which ho is nnxioue to acquire becauso he feels himself a man on equal footing with everybody nnd ho strives to gain knowledgo which com mands respect Now although I urn n firm believer in freo trade I do not bo I nin paying my lievo in cheap labor men nt my felt mills about iSri per cent 111010 than any other woolen mill 1 In tho country pay them more than threo times tho amount that my competitor Weikert pays in Germany and what is tho result In spito of u tarilf which taxes 1110 111010 011 my wool than tho duty is on imported felt in spito of paying my men tluco times higher wages than my German competitor 1 can sell my felt I mado in America with so called high pi iced labor in Germany Franco and oven Russia Reporter How is that Mr Dolge I must say tnat it is first of till n question of quality becauso my felt dues cost moro in Europe than the European felt and it is only with the laigo piano firms those only consider quality nnd not price to whom 1 can eell my felt but this qunlity I get becauso 1 havo high priced intelligent aerago people politician 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The tenp3 of the notorious fetnalo horie thief known in tho territory ns Tom King from the county jail turns nut to bo one of the uunancesof tho new country Tom Is a very liindsomo nnd fusel Hitting young lady ot about Sii years AT THE witli a voice like 11 dove nnd nu eye that knows 110 deceit She is it quarter blood Cherokee Indian nud many of her relatives and jieoplo live near Spring field Mo whence her ancestors emi FOR grated to the Cherokee country Her operations in the territory havo been ex- tensive and notoi ions nud her captures frequent Imt she Is never brotigl trial About n year ago sho was arrest ed for complicity In some of tho Whar- Â¬ ton train robberies and after being held in the Gutlino jail for somo timo unac Â¬ countably escaped A whilo later sho was held in tho Oklahoma City jail and to thenco ecaied In tho samo inexplicable way For tho last three months sho has will it to to been in the new jail of Canadian county Last night sho walked out tho open us doors of the jail dressed in her ordinary female habiliments but under which sho had taken tho precaution to wear her full suit of mens clothing which tho courtesy of the officers allowed her to keep Outsido of the door tho skirts ells appeared and a very good looking youthful innn apparently bestrodo a con- Â¬ venient horse and rodo safely out of the EKRON KY city It would mystify the most export to detect the woman in tho garb she J M IIAKPEH wore The under sheriff of the county J 0 IIOUKNE DANIEL JIUUOK- has not been seen sinco a few minutes beforo tho cscnpe nnd two of his flvo horses nro not to bo found BOURNE BROOKS CO Bloodhounds were put upon tho trail but tlioy trailf d to whero tho horse stood nnd there stopped The grand jury investigated the case of tho escape and it is reported that a bill was found against 0110 of the deputy sheriffs It is known that tho disappearing officer was CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP much taken with tho comely woman Sho wns being held hero for horse stealing nt which she was expert but other BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVIU KY charges of horse stealing and train robbery wero standing against her Cor St Louis Globe Democrat Â¬ Â¬ 50000 FRUIT TREES EKRON NURSERY Spring Delivery Persons desiring plant out an Orchard this Spring find their interest get1 prices from as we are selling at hard times prices All stock guaranteed as represented Correspondence and patronage 1804 solicited JVIassey Frymire HARPER Â¬ Commission Salesmen of Live Stock Â¬ Â¬ THE POPULAR FAVORITE WHAT WILL THEY DO WITH IT The Vnmlcrbllti lliiylne 80011 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ peoplo start up bo a mean thing to do but tho temptation to resurrect an iutuvicw of 10 yeius ago is irresistible It will bo seen from a few quotations from his long Interview printed in The Musical Critic and Trade Review that Dolge then hold widely different views from now nnd that ho was ns usual makiii cnpital for himself by having them published Tho reader who thinks that tho manufacturers who aro prophesying ruin nnd distress from lieo wool freo raw materials and lower duties are sincero need only compare Dolgos tjb vlously sound mguments of 10 years ago with his bare statements just published to becomo convinced that at least one manufacturer is cither insiu cero or has been boicft of reason by too much protection About 20 years ngo Dolge was ped dling piuno supplies in New Yoik and He is now among tho New Brooklyn York Tribunes list of millionaires For 10 years ho has had n practical mo nopoly of tho manufacture of pinno felts in this countiy From 188 to 1800 his monopoly was sustained by duties nvcr aging between 00 per cent nnd 70 per cent since then tho duties havo aver aged about 00 per cent How much Dolgo bended theso duties may bo in ferred In in tho fact that ho has had branch stores In Europe nnd bus sold largo quantities of felts in England and Germany During tho lust few years tliosolninfiii mod felt importers nnd intelligent employees in Dolgos mills nssert that Dolgo has been making about 100 per cent profit on every pound of felt sold Of courso ho doesnt want such robust profits monkeyed with by the Wilson bill Tho troth is that in 1883 mid ls8U Dolgo hoped to get free wool nnd expected to obtain iuoro ben efit from that than from protection to felts WluM ho saw n year later that freo wool was a long way off he deemed It ndvisublu to identify himself with tho protectionists and to obtain ns much protection ns possiblo on finished products Ho swung over mid cnused great ujoirlng among Itopublicins who had beerdeiiouncing him ns a theoretical freo trader 11111 enemy of this coun try But hro Ihii pint nt tho Interview In which nilgour I88S1 udmiuisters a scathing rebuke to Dolgo of I8UM Mi Ilolgc -- You ask 1110 how I think freo trado would affect tho piano and orgnn trado Well I have carefully studied this perplexing question for a number of years and havo finally come to tho conclusion that freo trade would benefit tho manufacturing industries of tho whole country mid especially the piauonnd organ trado iiiimcueely and 1 say eo us a manufacturer of piano and organ felts and an importer of piauo wire luirdwniu cloth eto Reporter -- Why Mr Dolge Because our present protective tariff Is no protection to the inanufacttiinig Industries on tho contrary n dead weight Reporter Do you mean that all duties should lm abolished Ige No not entirely but If Mr our lawmakers want to protect pur In dustrie let them enact n tariff which wl givo us raw material and have a nominal duty on manufactured goods it they havo the wolfaro ot tho Amer Â¬ Fur the removal of dandruff and fo ican workmen so much at heart Yon know this talk of pauper labor in En curing humors of tho sculp there is uijd hut American wnrklnjrtnen nothing better than Ayers Jlar Vigor to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It may Reporter Is tho differenco in piico very gieit Mr Dolge No Reporter Then how is It that the German felt is continually offeied nnd sold cheaper in this market than that you make Mr Dolge Becauso of our tariff You 6eo when I export felt tho custom allows 1110 n drawback of the duty paid excepting 10 per cent but whatever is used for homo consumption must stand tho full duty on wool which is reully moro than tho impoitcr has to pay on felt and that is why the German felt can bo offered nnil sold for less money than I can sell mine besides other tea eons which do not tumble me much because I have had tho kind protection of tho American piano and organ muii ufneturors which I esteem much more than tho protection of the tariff which tho Germau felt enjoys But hero is tho whole question solved If 1 can competo with tho European manufac turers in their own markets becauso tho duty on wool is refunded to 1110 but cannot competo with them in price heio who is protected by this protect ivo tariff tho American industries 01 tho foreign Reporter What effect would it have If tho duty on wool and other raw ma terials would bo taken oil Air Dolgo rlt would bring tho price of ull woolen goods such as felts Cloths etc down to about 3a per cent which would bo equal to a saving of about 300000 to the piano and or gan trado per year Reporter How would you llko it us nn importer to have tariff on tho manufactured goods und tho raw ma terial freo Mr Dolge As 1 said beforo I am a fico trader on general principles and hold that everybody has perfect right to sell his gooJs f 10111 tho north pole to tho south polo without being ham pered by tho tariff but simply stand 011 their inerts Still 1 urn willing to concede to our hot blooled protectionists ouu point tho protection of the workman although 1 donot believe In it Labor llko capital or money is nothing moro nor less thiiu merchan dise whoso prices nro regulated by tho laws of demand und supply Intelligent labor is alwnys in demand and will therefore of necessity command a high price nnd nobody will dispute that tho American workmen aio the most intelligent us u class on the globe And ns to tho goods which wo impoit no protective tnrilf can keep them out of this market so long us we havo nothing better to offer Repoiter Then 011 the wholo you think that a reduction of the turifl will if anything benefit the piano and organ trades and not affect the laboi market becausu of competition Mr Dolgo Exactly sir Althougb wo shall nut be ublu to largely export pianos free trade will enable us to pro duco our pianos and organs considera bly cheaper and I regard tho cheapening of any product simply beneficial to the community nt large and especially the nilddlo mid laboring classes and al though 1 sell jiut na much of imparted goods ns of my own manufacture I saj givo us a lower tariff if not freo trade Do not treat our industries as lufunts but admit that they havo become vigor ous healthy adults who want elbow room and nro tired of listening ton pro tection lullaby Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to go into the Adirondacks without n permit from tho Vanderbilts That en terprising family seems bent on buying up the entiro region to what end no one seems to know Thero is not n sports - man in the entiro Vanderbilt family I mean the kind of sportsman that likes to work for his game Cornelius the eldest son novtr pulled a trigger in his life or got on top of n horse Willie K can cast n fly out of his parlor window tnd might bo able to kill n pheasant if it sat very still Fred is a good fisherman but doesnt shoot or ride and Qeorgo is n dilettanto in books Of courso thero Is great profit in Adirondack lands They can bo let out to ASSORTED FLAVORS parties who do lovo to fish nnd shoot but thero is nlso profit in suburban property where the only game is goat or jffpw ynller dog Why should tho Vanderbilts go in for sporting property when they do not sport Cholly Knickerbocker in New York Recorder Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It will Wlio Are Not SporUnien Ilia Aillrumlacka bo impossible for 11 follow U KIS ME GUM - n Nearly Half a Million Cakes Consumed Every Week NO GRIT NO DIRT KXS 1f That is Why Everybody Chews ME RATES IN EACH CARTOON H02JPtflDAY V The Unemployed 119 cities of tho country show 801000 unemployed persons in tho United States ut this timo upon whom 1030000 persons depend for breud This makes a total of 2757000 persons without visible means of support in theso 110 cities alone Leaving a 1 other cities nnd towns out of tho question we havo close to one twentieth of the entire population of the United States out of tho means to procuro tho necessaries of life unless they havo some earnings laid by for such a direful emergency Tho following table shows the classified summary of Dradstreete reports Â¬ Bradstreets reports that DPRMVTNclguisviLLE Ky LMJ- BuarauUiedtocuraalnerTauidlseaseiBuinatWeakMHiuurrlAiaoriiriila 1 wlleaJaclwW ttkofulnoM Lou MankoodMnlitl tiuliilons Nurroua peisalldrulnsondlomor powerln Generative Oryaua of either box earned 17 overexertion ynuthrut error oiceaslre uao ol tobacco opium or atlm ulantaTttalcblradtolnarmltTCnnaumDtlonor Inaanltr Can tin urrimi in ven Docket SI per box O for H5 by mall prepaid WltUaSS order wo SIto a written irnarnnteelo eurenr refund th m mnv NnM ilruitsnta Atk for It take tin other WMtarnrfreeMeillril Hook sent acnlcd UklUKKlMJ 4ITUllU la plain wn niui AddreaaNEUVESEiitjuMiianiiiirnniifiiirA ForaalotaCloTOrportKrbrA It FlSUKltandbr C C J1AUT1N UrugguU - MANHOOD RESTORED TSKEaVSW hn Pennsylvania Central neHtern Northwestern Paclflo coast Southern Totall New England New York nnd Ifciw Jersey Uneinplojed Dependent ZiM HlSUO 7310 OlWI KBOJ 42115 801053 M M0 1M100 WD7M 4I92U0 443310 17HXJ 4700 VJS0M 1020110 Mie Dlril With tho Cat Mrs Alliu Spencer of Stillwater was found dead in ber house thero recently It wnaiit fiiet supposed to be 11 caso of suicide but later developments showed Eltnira Advertiser What Ministers Say About THE ELECTR0P0ISE Editorial from Central Methodist Catlettslmrg Ky Rev A Metdc Edi Â¬ Unless ten thousand men mainly tor professional men lawyers doctors editors preachers and all classes includ- Â¬ ing tho writer aro very much mistaken the Electropoise effects cures gives relief where all other remedies have failed especially Is it elilcnciotis in deli- Â¬ cate feeble women Kov W W Ilruce Hustonville Ky With tho Electropoise I have cured a bad case of opium habit in less than two months time the patient now has no desiro for the drug Itov John I Itogere Danville Ky A kins woman of mine who was appar- Â¬ ently rapidly sinking into the grave suffering with sciatic rheumatism in extreme pain night and day in a very short timo obtained freedom from all pain walks without crutch or cane and declares that she is well It Is a mystery to me almost a mirnclo Itov W F Wyatt Morning YIow Ky I began to improvo from the first application of the wonder v 01 king gem my general health is better than it has boen In years I believe it to bo a Gods givon remedy Itev Itoht M Ilarrett Baptist Semi- Â¬ nary Louisvillo Ky I gladly add my testimonial to that of many witnesses for the Electropoise Besides other serious troubles I have cured a severe attack of lagrlppo in one night treat- Â¬ ment Rev Qeorgo II Means Covington Ky- In ono ulghls time tho Electro- Â¬ poise relieved me of brain congestion and vertigo My wife was relloved of a severe attack of neuralgia in one hour Address HuUois Webb Room 10 Norton Block 600 Fourth Street Louis- Â¬ ville Ky MC C C CvrtHln Corn Cwe removes corns warts buHloHi that it was tho result of a strange accident Mrs Spencer had said she intended to chloroform un old bouse cat The cat was found lyingdeod in a box which also held n larye spiuge Tho strong odor of chloroform in tbo room told the rest of tho sad story Mrs Spencer whilo chloroforming the cut must have beon overcome by the fumes of the vola tilo drug und having a chronic heart trouble bad expired there ulone Lewis ton Journal A Â¬ Have been looking for you nxpoaltlou Iellca curious illustration of womans tendency to lose tilings is furnished by tho collection in the lost and found bu- Â¬ reau of tho Columbian exposition Thero remain in it COO womens wrups C20 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