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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY We went to the big roek thliutfd rnoon and placed our name on it A mill caught us while there and wo hail to shelter under the projictlug shelve of the rock We can see a burning volcano on tho mountains near us to night Juno 22 Wo forded Sweetwater river this morning nud passed near the Devils Gate This is a pars where the rlvi r has uashed n channel through the moun Â¬ tains While wo were nooning today there came up tho hardrst hail stoim that it had ever been my lot to witness Tho stones came down thick and fast and they were as largo as walnuts none smaller than largo bullets The wind blew bo hard and furiously that all tho nnlmals within our hearing stampeded All hands had a hard time getting them together again Somo escaped entirely but wo had tho good fortune to recover all of ours Some of our men got bruised heads and hands by the heavy haistones striking them I was badly frightened ami thought tho wind would snrley blow us away Wo are still at our nooning place Distance traveled ten ndles Juno 21 Wo havo concludi d to go to Callforhia instead of Oregon as was our first intention I am greatly pleased by this change of intentions as I had much My brother 11 rather go to California 11 Lamar is there and to seo him is a greater inducement for me than tho whole of Oregon can offer Distanco traveled twenty two miles Juno 24 We aro in sight of the Kocky Mountains now and we can see tho glist- Â¬ ening snow on the tops of the high peaks We camp with Dr Harkwell wife and little daughter to night I am so glad to meet them and I enjoy their company so much as they aro tho only persons that I have met ontlie broad plains that I ever knew before Forded Sweetwater river twico to day Distance traveled twenty seven miles We passed n trading post Juno 2 to day Tho keeper is a Frenchman Mr Sawyer exchanged his wagon for a lighter one as ours was too heavy for four mules to pull over tho mountains Tho wagon ho got In the trade is not as good as the one wo had but when you trade for anything on this trip you usual Â¬ ly give double value for what you get in return He also exchanged the wild mule that he bought at St Joseph for on Indian pony The pony is not half as valuable as tho mule but we never could break the mule to work or rido Â¬ FEBRUARY 28 1894 Â¬ NO 32 OVERLAND TO THAT OLD Mr Root- F Cart - BIBLE SIROCCO The sad lefralns of wedded life some times make us bachelors wonder if wo are so unfortunate after all The forlorn expreasion of Hush Thornsbirrys face the manner in which ho bewails his un Â¬ happy lot Was ever mortal so deceived Hush had christened it John Hush vhen lo and behold It was n sheboygan Bush was paralyzed Such aro tho fruits thou hast home to hlmohl nature such Is life The many friends of Air Charlie Smith who resides near Andyvllle will regret to learn of tho death of his wife At 0 oclock Saturday morning tho 10th lust her spirit passed from a bed of suf fering to tho mystic beyond leaving threo children with her husband to mourn her loss Mr P A Norris has also been freed from his sufferings by deaths harvester and nt this writing Hill lUght is in a critical condition not ex Â¬ pected to linger but a few days at most Henry Hickersons family and Harvey Days havo been indisposed but aro con Â¬ valescent at tills writing Tho most amusingscenolvo witnessed since tho concert was that presented by Father Herbuth the evening of tho 10th lust while en route to Hrandenburg He stopped at Sirocco to Intercept a letter he was expecting to receive from tho Hishop When I nrrived at Sirocco tho Nov Father was quietly seated In tho post oflico store patiently waiting for Tom Thornsberry with tho lagard the letter that came nt last Father Herbuth never was on a horeo untill ho made his debut at Paynesvillo a short time ago and of courso ids feats of horse manship havo been somewhat meagre After reading his letter ho led his horso up to the high platform at the back door of tho store and mounted seemingly with somo trepidations Tho horse seemed to havo been in the habit of sideling up to rcceivo a charge equipped with long flowing skirts and as docile an animal as one could wish to intrust ones self with Ho got one foot in tho stirrup and laid down on the horse while trying to incarcerate tho other at the same time the horso starting off in tho direc ion of Paynesvillo nnd the rider pulling all the timo on one rein caused the horso to describe a largo circle forcibly reminding ono of a steam boat rounding qiit with a view to heading up stream Had tho horso not been a very gentle one tho rider would havo been unhorsed beforo ho mado half tho orbit as it wos wo trembled for his safety and were about to run to his assistance when he straightened up and with a hearty laugh and jovial expression exclaimed I was alright now He heartily plyed the lash and the last we saw of him ho was lumbering down tho Bcwley hill seeniingly happy In tho thought of being master of tho situation When those who have seen Father Herbuth remember how short and fleshy he is they will have a better idea of the ludicrousness of the situation mingled with gravity Ho is not used to our ways speaks tho brogue with somo difficulty I saw a noto ho had written Tom Thornsberry on tho back of which was tho following address Pieaso to Mr Tliornsbery Ho is n fino looking man with smooti face appears to bo of a friendly turn of mind and when equipped with his tight leggins for a cauter somo how re minds mo of tho picture of Georgo Wash Â¬ ington in his knee breeches When once in tho saddle he doesnt heed obstructions a bit more than a rabbit To seo him ride ono would think that ho had been practicing cow boy feats on tho Western plains I havo just received a letter from my old friend and partner in tho photograph business J It Paul IIo with his family had just landed at Orlens Texas When wo separated at Urandonburg in the fall of 02 ho went to Green Wood Miss There ho built a boat and floated the Yazoo river At Vicksburg ho took tho train for Marshall Texas from Marshall ho traveled westward 1 wil hero transcribe a part of his lotion Wo got into West Texas nud found business to dull we concluded to turn back and wait for times to get a little bettor Wo soon got oough of tho West nnd mado our way hack to this part of tho State joining tho Indian Tenitory Wo are onlted river about 100 miles above Denison Texas You will see from tho inup that wo aro some distanco from tho old Mississippi by water Well I havo a nlco llttlo Photograph boat didnt build a very largo one for lumber was very high but I havo it nicely fitted up and so far wo have dono well Our boat is such a show when we movo tho banks aro lined with Texans and natives to seo us go by Well Hutcldo you aro not much of n water dog but I am I liko the river any way you had better como nnd stay with us a while when wo get down about Toxar kana That will bo a convenient place to strike us Well did you got tho homed frog I sent you last fall We havo several fino specimens of taran Â¬ West Toxas is tulas alcoholed noted for Jack rabbits centipedes taran- Â¬ tulas frogs aud windy dry weather Wo had to buy all tho water wo used and I soon got tired of that kind of g country I liked East Toxas vory much also this part This is a good country for our business Wo think our trip will bo a pleasant and profitable one My family enjoys fine health Mr Paul and Ids family and niself and Tom Haynes who is now in Cairo 111 floated tho Ohio and Mississippi rivers to Friars Point Miss on the Floating Art Gallery Little Maude Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CALIFORNIA Notes From a Journal Kept by Mrs Francis H Sawyor in a Jour- noy of LaDuo Miss- Â¬ ouri Knows Something of Its Past History to MAY Across tho Plains 17 Brought from Virginia by Leonard Cart His Grand father Many Years Ago HOW 9 TO AUGUST 1852 Â¬ SCHMIT GOT IT Rcvisjd and Compiled for the Entertainment of the Readers of the Breckenridge News ft IK r Juno II Wc are in sight of Laramie Peak now though it will bo several clays beforo wc nro opposite it We havo driven fust to day and passed a groat many ox teams though the dust is 80 heavy that it almost blinds in Distance traveled thirty miles Juno 12 Wo arrived opposite Tort Lnramfo in time to camp for the night llie Fort is on the south side of tho Platte We will lay over hero to morrow as Mr Sawyer wishes to get a nude shod and make some purchases of a few things that we need They keep supplies here but Bell at high prices Juno 111 Sabbath day and my birth- Â¬ day too Just hventy ono I have been In bed most all day taking n good rest and trying to shep Mr Sawyer got ono shoe put on his Cost mule and the others tightened him five dollars We had to leave camp late this afternoon and come out where we could get grass for tho mules Distance traveled six miles June 1 1 Wo are now in the Ulack Hills The scenery is very beautiful Pines and cedars are scattered over the hills and beautiful lowers are abundant I gather tulips and larkspuis and many other lovely kinds that I cannot name Distance traveled twenty two miles Juno 15 We passed an Indian camp to day A Frenchman living there keeps a trading post in a wagon Ho has a who has borne him squaw for a wif several childien Tin bo seem playful and happy Distance traveled twenty five miles June 10 Nothing has occurred or been seen worthy of note to day Same old weary road to travel Distance traveled thirty miles Juno 17 Wo havea heavy sand road to travel now It is very hard on tho mules Mr Sawyer killed a fine antelope this morning whoso fragrant flesh was quite a luxury for us Grass is not goo J hero and mosquitoes are very bad Distanco traveled twonty threo miles Juno 18 Wh heard to day that a murdered man had been found iu a de p hollow a short distance from tho road Tho men who found him had seen him beforo and know him They think that ho was murdered for his money as ho was known to have a considerable amount and it is thought that his murd erers are hi tho company with which ho was traveliug Ho had a wife and one chid Great must bo tin ir sorrow to bo thus bo truelly deprived of a dear friend and protector and left alone in this wild and friendless country Some men have gono in pursuit of tho murdt rrn Just ahead of us a wagon ran over a little boy and broke both his legs Distanco traveled twenty miles June It Wo heard of another murdered man to day In this case as in yesterdays tho man was murdered by a man in his own company hut tho proof in this instance was positive and the murderer was hung to a treo by tho in dignant emigrants Wo pased oppisito tho ferry on tho North Fork of tho Platto Numbers of emigrants were there waiting to got over but wo wero saved tho trouble aud expense of ferrying now by having ford Â¬ ed the main Platto several days ago We camped at tho Willow Spring whore the water Is cold and cooJ Distanced traveled thirty ono miles Juno 20 Sabbath day Wo left tho Platte for good to day Passed the famous Independencerock and went into camp ono mllo from it nar tho first crossing of Sweetwater river This rock is a great curiosity standing as it does hero on tho levll plain single and alone hundreds of miles from any companion It a a huge granite pile 000 fret long 200 feet wlJe and 75 feet high It should have been namod Emigrants Itegister as it contains thousands of names on Its smooth surface somo being carved somo being placed there with paint and others with tar Tho Sweet water runs alonu within a few hundred yards of tho rock Wo have had a long and tiresome march today without much water or grass for ouV mules Tho grass is not good to night and tho only fuel wo havo is wild sago Distanco traveled twenty two miles June 21 Wo havo laid by today as wo found good grass for tho mules not more than a mile from camp from Troy Indiana Dr Uarkwell caught up with us to day We would not havo kndwn of hlspresence had not ono of our boys seen him wlon ho was watering his oxen near us and called to him He informed us that Ids youngest chill had died on tho plains which I was very sorry to hear Tim trials and troubles of this long wearisome ttip aro euough to bear without having our hearts torn by tho loss of dear ones Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ill Mr Fmrou In last weeks issuo of tho News a correspondent from Tobinsport gives a description of nn old German bible owned by one John Schmlt of Perry county Indiana and concludes by saying that tho present owner knows nothing of its former owners savo that somo of tho Conners near Kome Ind onco owned It Now permit mo to say that none of tho persons referred to ever owned the book About tho beginning of the present century Leonard Cart my grand father removed from West Virginia then a pait of Virginia and settled near Union StarKy Ho brought the book referred to with him It remained in his possession until his death in 185S or 59 It then re- Â¬ mained with my father until his death in the early part of tho year 1803 Tho book then remained at my mothers un- Â¬ til the last of March 1S04 About the 10th of March in the last year referred to Mrs Margaret Connor livinc near Derby Ind removed to my mothers home in Kentucky and about threo weeks after Mrs Connor It T Connor her son then about 18 years old and myself went to Homo Ind to get somo Hour at the Model mill Tho old biblo was taken along as it was thought a man named John Schmit would nant it Wo crossed the river in tho old mill skiff free of ferriage and left the biblo in Stephensporthavinu forgotten it It was a windy day aud tho river was very rough after reaching tho Indiana side it was discovered that tho bible had been left behind No one could bo found to make tho til in a small skiff aud bring it over About n half hour afterwards Mr E II Miller of Stephensport brought it over It was taken to Schmit and left Thus tho old book disappeared from sight but not from memory These state Â¬ well ments may seem etrangebut they arc fads Wo aro ascending tho Itocky MountI hayo wondered many nevertheless ains but tho ascent is so gradual that times what had become of it ono would hardly know that ho is going Tho only person now living who can up n mountain We pass plenty of snow givo any further particulars is Mrs and had all tho ice water that we could Katherint Uasdiam near Union Star use Ky Yours respectfully Distance traveled fifteen miles It F Caiit Juno 20 Passed through tho South Pass to day and commenced descending It is not what its proprietors say but tho mountains on tho western side Wo what Hoods Sarsaparilla does that tells soon came to the Pacific Springs and tho story of its merit Hoods Sarsapawent into camp a few mih s from them rilla Cures Mr Sawyer started out from the springs to hunt a good place to pitch our canfp WEBSTER and we got lost from him Wo got on Wheat crop of this community looks a wrong road and did not get back to tho emigrants road till dark and Mr Saw- Â¬ very promising at present yer did not find us till ten oclock at II C Stewart has been very sick but night I was so worried about him and is some better at this writing for fear that ho could not find us oth- Â¬ Mrs Hagood and daughter Miss Cora erwise I got all tho men near us to firo were visiting Mrs Kurtz Sunday nir their guns and pistols Ho heard tho Mr Wm Hall is improving tho looks firing and can b directly to us of his farm by making a new fence twenty eight miles Distance traveled Farmers are almost through burning Juno 27 We crossed Dry Sandy creek plant beds through this section of tho this morning There are some pools of brackish water in it though it is not fit country Mr S II Adklsson is in favor of a to use Wo came to tho forks of tho road tho left being the road to Salt Lake stock law His fences aro In a dilapi Wo dated condition and the other the Fort Hall route took tllo Salt Lake road though wo do Mr Joseph Adkisson sold to A J not know yet whether wo will go by there Keys 100 bushels of corn at 15 cents per Wo aro all bushel this week or tako somo of tho cut offs anxious to see the Morman city but that Tho young people of this community routo is 00 miles longer than tho other enjoyed a social last Friday night given and we dont much liko to travel that at the homo of Mr Taylor Handy nnd far out of our way just to seo it all report a good time Wo forded tho Little Sandy Sirocco if you make a success of your Distanco traveled twenty miles and need a few more bache- Â¬ Juno 28 We forded tho Uig Sandy to incubator lors you can draw on Wibster for we day and camp twelve miles from Green havo an over production of them hero river on a beautiful meadow Tho grass 19 1801 Â¬ LDl e Mo Feb the boat starting from Hrandenburg four SAMli HAY UOllMIlT I IIAHK years ago this spring Wo had a splen did trip Wo remained at Friars Point O- all winter doing a good business In tho spring of ill Tom went to Hosedale WITH Miss where I joined him later nnd we spent that spring summer nnd fall in the --Mississippi Valley at Hosedale Gunnison and Hellevue Previous to tho time of joining him at Hosedale and during tho high water of that season Mr Paul nnd Eighth and Main Streets I I myself manned our little craft from from 803 to 811- Hoscdalo having had help to that place to Lake Providence La During the With Auction and Private Sales Daily and Storage Four Months Free whole voyage tho water was up to tho top of the levee and wo passed through a great deal of country where tho levee had been swept away and the country submerged For days at a time wo could seo no land nothing but timber nud water as far as the eye could scan Ono day we were caught out in the wind and were driven across tho Father of Waters with a velocity that would mako a steamboat ashamed of itself Hcforo wo could pull into a harbor we wero endeavoring to reach the wind shifted and drovo us back to the Miss Â¬ issippi side with a faster gait if possible But wo still havo nn than wo had just traveled the white immense lino of goods that caps bursting wo rode tho mountains of must go Every article angry waves liko a ship nt sea Hy that must go at cost timu I had gotten used to tho buniniss and really enjoyed it We would some- Â¬ Childrens Shoes for So cts times strike a scries of whirl pools and Womens Shoes for 55 cts spin around like n top then whirl into 20 lbs of Sugar every day tho next nnd tho next untill it would al- Â¬ in the week for 100 most make our heads giddy Come quick and secure I left Mr Paul at Lake Providence doing a rushing business joined Haynes the bestbargairs in Mississippi where I remained til the latter part of November when tho tun laria of that country IB TX723E3E3ILjE3I5 - Tobacco Crescent RAY - Warehouse CO Proprietors LUUloVlLLtL ff And rcal llKc irlm ihiulows MncKtn mc nn ctrv hand Drove mc tucK In friends Idmid To the old nrK on the sand Our Closing Out r Sales Have Been Better Than We Expe creci aSj Vours to Close Out Numerous unsolicited testimonials dally received by Its proprietors clearly demonstrate the fact that the reputation of Dr Hulls Cough Syrup tho infallible euro for all affections of tho throat aud chest has suffered no diminution in the last quarter of a century MEYER i CO Buras Ky LODIBURG Items dry weather wet Miss Hattic Bain is living in town now W N Hardins best giil wits iu town last week Horn to tho wife of A M Hardin an 8 pound girl Feb 17th For fast carpenter work call on J E Hardin nnd W II Gibsou It Is rumored there will bo another wedding in tho valley soon Tho houso on tho hill is still unfinish Â¬ ed WINTER GOODS Zero DOWN AT Wc want more room our SPRING STOCK in coming WINTER GOODS must go at Prices worth 5e Whats the matterUlakey You can make a good imvestment with u One hundred per cent can easily be made Double lock purse io Cedar lead pencils yer do 5o Ll sheets good paper 5e iood corset woith 75 tic Mack Avitt of Lodiburg is teaching a spring school at Irvington beginning Feb 10th Misses Deo Hasham aud Lillie Avitt will start to Hardinsburg in a short timo to attend school there Jim need not suffer any home sick His host girl is keeping uneasiness his road trimmed up for him Sirocco wo rejoice in your witicisms and hopo that you may live long nnd over bo a correspondent of tho News Preaching nt Walnut Grovo last Sun- Â¬ day by Itov Quinn IIo will reman in tho neighborhood this week and fill his regular appointment nt Walnut Grovo next Saturday nnd Sunday Tho many friends of Itov Rogers will bo interested to hear that ho has gono to Georgia whero ho has been called to tako charge of a church Wo wish him success there nnd hbpo ho may regain ids wanted health Iest heavy brown cotton 8ci Quilts at fit 71 and Se worth double the money Window Shades patent rolleis worth 50 cts for 25c llandsoniEt line umbrellas for 50c to f J 00 5c llest blue Calico worth 7Je IMe Itoys knee pants Seo our drives in Clothing nt 5108 1 OS and i08 Mens shoes Congress nud ace l3c SliM and 148 Ladies Kid shoes button and lace 75e lSc and 5110 etc Childrens shoes --Me ISe 5e 1 f nnd 71c CALL AND SEE THE Great Bargain Store Geo Yeakel BRANDENBURG -- Co KY - Mr C F Davis editor of the Hloom field Iown I can Farmer says recommend Chamberlains Cough Item edy to all sufferers with colds and croup I havo 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 It Fisher Cloverport and Kincheloe Meador Hardinsburg ni vi m Chas B 0 T Skillman ALL KINDS OP m PERSIMMON FLAT Quite a crowd attended church nt Hitos Hun from this place Sunday Mr Wlllio Tinues took his best girl to church Sunday in that fino cart Wanted Some good stout able bodied boy to help take care of H II Hawklus mustacho Misses Ratio and Eva King were tho guests of Misses Lucy nnd Mary Johnson Sunday evening Miss Mary Johnson who has been vis- Â¬ iting relatives at Hitos Hun for tho past week returned home Sunday Itov I U Argabright filled his regular appointment at Hitos Hun Sunday There was njargo crowd prcsont Miss Josso Hawkins attended church at Hitos Hun Sunday accompanied by Mr Chas Itiedel of Holts Bottom Farmers aro about dono sowing tobao co beds around this section now There will not bo such a largo crop as usual Miss Jesslo Kyler of Patesvlllo Is vis- Â¬ iting relatives at this place now She expects to return homo in a week or two Mr Sherman Weatherholt who has been visiting his parents hero for some Â¬ time returned to Illinolso Monday night Â¬ INSURANCE EMMMM g is so good that our mules nro feasting to night Distanco traveled twonty fivo miles covriNUEn next week now 111 YOU KNOW That Thomas Dooley has ordered a fluo buggy lxok out girls That Clydo Kuglish got a Valentine That tho weather is bad but that makes no difference with Henry Kurtz and his beet girl That It has been too muddy for Jim Kurtz to go to ceo his best girl That Charlie Claycomh is going to Hardlnshurg soon to seo his host girl 7 That Charllo Coleman has n base ball mustacho nine on aside That Miss Lula says come again Frank That Sash Jordan goes rabbit hunting eviry Sunday That Henry Kurtz wants his mother to divide housohold good and poultry with him That Abo Skillmau goes dear hunt- Â¬ ing twico a week That tho boyb of Webstar cant do as well as Axtol Cant marry with tin ir legtngson That tho Webstor correspondent wants tho News longer if Mr Argabright prepared to do all kinds of Havo your Horse and Jack printing bills done at this olllce Qtnevite ha had a gnat day From early morn she chased tho Buck and at dark brought him to bay In tho pres- Â¬ ence of tho hun-Â¬ ters Hut in tho chaso alio ran a thorn quits through her paw It has been extracted A bottle of Dr Fcnncrs Golden Relief has been poured Into a bowl and her paw dipped In it so that every part of tho wound Is saturated and brought under Its Influence There will never bo any soreness no Dwelling nomettoratlng no laying up Sho can run again to morrow Is such a remedy worth anything It cures just as readily any treth bound any cut bruise burn scald or old sore Inter- Â¬ nally it cures any colic dyspepsia pain in stomach diarrhoea dysentery or flux Also it euros promptly any sorethront bronchitis or consumption if lungs not already disorganized In a word It cures ahx inflammation anyuhen and the dlsensc whatever Its name vanishes No Inflammation no pain no Bwelltng no disease Could anything- bo mora simple or satisfactory Miners mill hands and everybody need It if satis Â¬ faction not given money refunded Contains no narcotics or mineral pois Â¬ ons Safe and certain Never disap Â¬ points Take a bottle home to day Wo uro - HIGHLAND NURSERY Wc have about 15000 Apple Trees mostly Ben Davis Rome Beauty and Winesap Â¬ which we propose to deliver to our customers at the following prices cash on delivery Apple Trees 2 years old 1st class 500 per 100 Applo Trees 2 years old 2d olass 300 per 100 Peach Trees medium 2 to 3 feet at 10 cts each I Owe It To suffering humanity to tell tho great benefit ray wife has received from Parks Sura Curethe truly great Liver aud Kid- Â¬ ney Cum Sho has been constitutionally wreckod for several years Tried every- Â¬ thing fruitlessly After much perrua sion front my druggist backed by his guarantee I bought a bottlo o Parks Sure Curo and tho results aro moro than wondorful W P Hayes2I0l Jones St Omaha Neb A It Fisher druggist All other stock at reduced prices Order dont Liver and Kidney Cure ParksSuro Cure Is tho only guaranteed remedy Its action is quick and positive Will stop that back ache and A posltlvo specific for all diseases of woman Why suffer when it will A II Fisher druggist cure you now as we do not expect to hold stock long at these low prices Address W e Asriby OLOVEEPOET KY V uu vri kmtmmtimmk W TIME TABLE OOlNO a umKWimi0WSli9G THIS BRRGKEINRIDGH NBHtfS GIxOVElRPORT KY Breckenridge News 21 1S9I L HARDINSBURG H WIRT cocntv cotmr mint Am tkiim An allotment to the widow of W Inynter was Hied STEPHENSPORT R A NAIL IN HER BRAIN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY WE Joel Clnyeomb guaidiau fur Clart A Pttunger Dally irr IUrllniburgl2t2 pm V 0 BaMitgei Editors nd Propilttn Jno D Claycomb filed settlement ootico lier It T Dempster guardian for Joccph FOR COUNTY JUDGE Ptiienger Dally arr lUrJInibarg 740 am A Houard tiled settlement It are authorltctt to nnnouncf J V J A Iltv I 1 ursirphrniiHittit u tancllilatr fur Wm II Bonnier guardian fr Vldnr Mr Arthur Hoard It in I In rily ountyjmlff nf llrrckrniider rotinly inlJrrt tt Ihr actKinof the Krinorratlr party and Th os Ikminer tiled settlement Miss Sal lie Kiucheloc is convalescent are iuthorlfril to announce Judge J A R A DeJernette Administrator of Miss Emma Smith is quite sick again a cimlldile for Countjr Juile John T DeJernette lied settlement nf llrrckenrlilge county lutijcct to the action of Where did you get that suit at Knye the Democratic party R G and Chis S Robertson execuCarters are authorized to announce KIIJA1I lrK tors of Wm 1 Robertson filed settle Â¬ HOAItl at a candidate lor County Judge A few more ginghams at cost at Witt subject to the action of the Democratic pjrty ment ifc Meadors K are authorired to announce JOSMlII M f MUIIKN at a candidate lor County Judge Marion Dowcll trustee for Mllley 1 Mr Jesse Payne of Lodlbttrg was Ater filed settlement and same was con tubject to the action of the Democratic party licie last Saturday firmed 1 If Hare authorized to announce V O II A II MissLaFayctteLnIIetstClovcrportwas HAOKat a candidate for County Judge J T Hanks administrator of David tubject to the action of the Democratic party visitingliere last week Hicks Hied settlement and the same was FOR COUNTY CLERK Mr Walter Qray returned to his home confirmed At TK are authorired to announce T II HUN in Meade county Saturday Will Miller executor of John Miller DKlthONot Webttcrat a candidate for County CourtClerk of Hreckenridge county tub Mr It G Robertson Rock Vule was who was guardian for Etila Miller tiled ject to the action ot the Democratic party in the city last Wednesday settlement are authorired to announce It C KICK was Mr George Jolly Owensboro AltlSONof Lnlon Mar at a candidate for Tavern license lias been granted to W County Court Ckrk ot llrcckenridxecouitytuba here a few days last week to the action ot the DunocMtii party It Johnson to continue his business in Jet Rock bottom pqiiopre down prices are IltidsoiDille - are authnriieil to announce JIISSK II MIIIKIIurcioiiiotl at a iniiilidjit fur in force nt Kaye ot Curlers EG Gregory depny sheriff for I I ounty Cnmt Clirkof llrccktiiridKt county miiIi jiit to the attioiMil the Dimocrntic ptrty Mrs Sallie Henslcy had a slight stroke II Severs tiled Mttleiiienl for school district No Hare authorized to announce IltANK A of paralysis last Friday night IIIAVIN ol thcUoiciyort District at a Ben T Miller Executor for Milton We understand that Mr Payne has candidate for County Court Clerk ot Ilrccken ridge County subject to the action ot the Demo decided not to take the llardinsburg Tate filed hi settlement and the same party w 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ llf 1 ciatlc Wl l to announce JOHN llardinsburg as 1 candl date for reeIeclion to the othec ol County Court Clerk of llrcckcnridge County tubject to the action ol the Democratic party are authorized Tli are authorized to announce JOHN I If llKKIhlt at a candidate for County Court Cerk subject to the action ol the Democratic ty FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR for f f OAKNKKol subject to the action til the Democratic party Deputies Mr ludwcll Alklson Me llieiiftmrt and Hubert Owtn Hock Vale Aiftsor to announce IIHNHY llTKare authorize Hudson us a Candidate C FOR JAILER arc authorized to announce MIII OS M 1AIK of the llardinsburg District at a candidate lorjailerot llreckenriogc county sub- Â¬ ject to the action of the Democratic part Wl are authorized toannounce WILLIAM It Clmirport as a candidate lor Jailer tubjttt to the action of the Democratic Wl party arc authorized to announce J SCO IT Itock Lickaaiandiditefor of llrcckcnridge inuul tinjtit to the Jailer uctinn ol the Democratic pirt n MOItroNiil are authorized to announce lKTKlt as a candidate ol Stcphensport Mihjtil to the for Jiller of llrcckt nndge count action nl thr Dcmncritic pirt IVUNb Karc authorized to nnnoiiiHi J SltAHT IKaHatandidate forjailtrof DcJIItNi llrcckcnridge County subject to the action of the Democratic party T I are authorized toannounce WM LYONS TT as a candidate for Jailer of lireckenridge county subject to the action of the Democraur lir pirtv FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Wl are authorized to nnnnnnce Judge MIL Â¬ HOAIIU of JlardinbnrKai a cam d itc for re election to the ofhee of County At Icrrnej of llrcckcnridge County Mihjicl to the action of the Dcmocrilic pirty Wl T are nutliorieil to announce lN of Cltnerport a a candidate for uh County Attrrney of lireckenridge County jtct to the action of the Democratic party FOR SURVEYOR arc authorized to announce A A Democratic partt are If LAHKIsr of CInerport for Surveyor ot Ilnckcnrldgeiouuty suhjeit to the action of the FOR SHERIFF to announce I K authorized IIIIODIS of McDanlels as a candidate for Sherlfl of lireckenridge count tubject to the V action of the Democratic partv Deputies hcott Cart of Lnion Stir Ilios L Wroe of I locrport and Chat II Miller ot llardinsburg six pagesT OmcEits are servants of the people not thu peoples bosses CoxtiitDwMAX Wilson is critically ill with typhoid fever in the City of MexiÂ¬ co IIavk you noticed tho label on your Bet Â¬ paper lately to see how you stand ter take a glance at it Tiiiiik are many ways to injure n town but nothing will do it so completely ns to have it officered by men who try to boss instead of servo the people Dont you feel for tho dear candidate plodding through nino inches of snow hunting up tho dear voter But therell be violets in April for some of them It is tho duty of every Democrat in Breckenridge county to vote in tho com ing primary It is also his duty to voto for the men who can pull us through in November Foit tho benefit of tho country at largo we wish to state- that James E Stono is still Chief Clerk of tiie Kentucky House of Representatives though many papers have reported that ho was recently hung at tho Jellersonville Indiana penitenÂ¬ Â¬ tiary its the same old story Peoplo should sweep their own yards etc Now theres old Dun who has been occupyÂ¬ ing his time by nosing into other peo Â¬ ples private HMuirs and neglecting his own to such nn extent that ho let Wl man his trusted confident break it oil in him to the amount of a quarter of a milVi Â¬ lion The Louisville St Louis and Texas Railway Company has moved its main olllces from Fourth Avenue Ixmlsville to more handsomo and commodious quarters on the fifth floor of tho Com Â¬ merce building Ity this move tho company saves in tho way of fuel lights and janitors fees about 51000 a year Â¬ Tins Louisville Courier Journal is now printed on a SoOOOO press tho capacity of which is 72000 copies per hour The Courier Journal is a great paper a pro- Â¬ gressive paper and tho leading daily of tho South Mr llaldennan its foundor and builder is a grand old man and wo aro glad to sc his life work his greatest ambition to make tho Courier Journal tho leading journal of tho South reach Â¬ ing the point of Ids fondest hopes and crowning his good old age with tho suc Â¬ cess ho so justly merits Long live Mr Hflldcraian and tho Courier Journal The appraisement bill of the estate of Henry Stewart deceased and of Warren Pullan was filed Miller Men of good standing in this town and John N Miller has purchased from country are standing in our shoes Kayo Matthias Miller administrator etc the et Carter old Kennedy farm A sale bill of the personal estate of W Mr 1 IF Severs has recently been appointed claim agent of the Ohio Val J Speak and of Oran Harmnn and of Warren Pullan was filed ley lallroad Mr J R Tho town has gone dry 11 M Jolly guardian for Dora Hensly Johnsons saloon was the last one to filed his report of settlement and the closo last Thursday same was ordered to record Mr Owen Holder was brought here James T Sublett guardian for Bettie last week from Rock Vale and lodged in Sublett and Maggie T Sublett filed his jail on tho charge of houe breaking report of settlement and the same was Meador will sell the famous confirmed Witt Germantown yarn at LJc per skein the Horace Scott and Cole G W Beard best Falls City yarn at Uc per skein man E Haswell have been appointed to Best cotton plaids at7Jc next best at appraise the personal estate of G P 5Jc Rest quilt lining at lc table scarfs Jolly deceased and shaw Is below cost at Witt k Meadors SIROCCO We will continue our at cost sales for cash for a while longer If you want The latest Forget me not Barny bargains in shoes call on Witt Si Meador Joe Brown has gone to Rockpott Intl News was received here last Saturday to spend the season of the illness of Mrs U M Jolly Louis- Â¬ S L Morgan wife ami his lovely little ville Her brother Mr J li llenslcy daughter visited at Sirocco Sunday went up Sunday morning to see Iter Rev J D Current of Hope Ind is John Dyer the Democratic candidate visiting his mother Mrs Ellrahtth Curfor jailer passed through here Saturday on his way to Cloverport He says he rent will remain in the race until April The dogs made a raid on M G Smiths sheep a few days ago and killed eight Â¬ The Womans Foreign Missionary soci ety will meet with Mrs Blanche Mosely and wounded a do n In f ire they stop- Â¬ Friday afternoon and will elect oflicers ped Mrs Martha Haynes and Mrs Nelia for the ensuing year They desire all Shacklett visited Mrs Nancy Haynes last the members to be present Ellis Stiff to Sa week Mrs Martha HayniHis yet quite Licensed to marry mautha Raisor Henry EJarboc to Annie feeble K Patterson J E Taber to Emma L If Tom Hamilton knows whats good Meador Win II Jolly to Aeratia Pate for him hell go to Paynesville and settle Michael Jungling to Winnie L Harris that ya ya ya business They are ringing it in against you Tom Erby Kininson to Cattie B Blissett Tom Smitli has moved to the WoodAndrew and Rosco Severs entertained a few of their college friends Friday son farm is in Cahoot with Sil Arnold evenintr some of whom were going Sil is almost a pigmy in siz4hut lies a home tho next day Those invited were hustler and a jolly good ftdlow Messrs Fountaine Board Shacklctt Mr Wm Tho condition of the sick Cashmau Gilliland and the Gray broth- Â¬ Rowley is convalescent Partridges babe ers all of Meade county is not exspected to live and Win Wright lingers with no hope of recovery One of the oldest women in the county is Mrs Matilda Mattingly the mother From all accounts Georgo Bewley and of Robert and Felix Mattingly living Charles Morgan received tho prize valShe is ninety three and entines of the season but they appear to near Kirk quite feeble Mrs Sallio Owen of Roek be perfectly resigned and seem to accept Vale is eighty eight and quite vigorous such as their fate Tho members of tho County Court I have often heard peoplo make uso of have been summoned to appear before tho expression You can get over a dif- Â¬ Judge Barrs Court in Louisville on March ficulty when you cant get across the riv Â¬ 1L to show causo why they have not er I saw a yoang man getting over a levied the railroad tax Judge Adkisson difficulty the other day Ho was riding says they are waiting on the decision in a donkey had his girl behind him and a the railroad suit which he thinks will set of double trecB for jolt wagon before bo rendered about the first Monday in him It might have been his way of March In case there is none ho will learning the donkey to carry double but ask Judge Barr to suspend his writ until he looked as if ho would like to have a meeting of tho Fiscal Court in April gotten over tho river to some Gretna If he wont do it then somebody may Green Tho picture didnt present tho have to go to jail howappearance of Loves labor lost ever it looked more like lov had just Tin iiwoitTii ikUiUk entliitainmuxt been found Coy and furtive graces Mack Tho Epwortli Leaguo celebrated the were tho predominant features Ixives young event of Washingtons birthday at this the Center of attraction Ha ha ha Mrs Bow mer dream place by a Colonial tea who is noted for her hospitality very The funniest thing tliat has yet hap cordially threw open her house to the pened hero relative to tho campaign Tho rooms took place during the whiskey famine at league for tho evening were gaily decorated with red whitoand Paynesville Tho bar room was closed blue bunting evergreens and flowers for a while on account of Mr Charlie and in u conspicuous place tho words Smiths unfortunate bereavement One Epwortli Leaguo in largo letters Tho of the Brandenburg cantUdates caught guests were received at tho door by a on not however till the last day of member of the League and conducted grace He loaded his sad the Itlth Mrs Piggott to their dressing room and dle pockets witlt who presides over tho social department turned his steeds head in the direction of tho League entertained the guests in of the as ho thought thirsty littlo city Progressive conversation Ho drew rein at Sirocco about 2 oclock tho parlor was an interesting feature of the evenp in to warm and learn whether or not ing The ladies and gentlemen were the Paynesville bar had been opened seated alternately in a half circle Tho Being answered in the negative he gentlemen wero to entertain the ladies shot Sirocco witli ono bottle then put The subject of conversation was Wash Â¬ spur to his horse and was soon lost sight ington and tho timo limited to ono of in the wind and snow Tho air was minute The ladles were to try to throw so cold and full of snow tho wind howl- Â¬ the gentlemen off tho subject and if they ed witli such dismal ferocity not a buz succeeded tho gentlemen had to pay a zard crow or winged creature of any de- Â¬ fine Dr Milton Board was awarded n scription was feen to part tho elements prize for tho best conversationalist At that seemed to twist all nature out of 10 oclock tho folding doors were tluown fhapc His last words to us Sirocco peo- Â¬ open and refreshments served by mem ple koto Remember mo in your pray- Â¬ Repairing to tho ers bers of tho League Wo didnt know whother ho want Â¬ parlor a page of confessions was handed ed us to pray for his safe arrival at each guest requesting them to state tho Paynesville or wanted us to ask the qualities they most admired in man and good Ixird to land him safely over tho woman also their favorite occupation primary I rather think though as tho flower poet and novelist Ono spirited Irishman said Both your honor young lady said the quality she most ad Â¬ On I they are wiso mired in man wasRushness in woman Who advertise chic Another winsome little maiden In winter spring in answer to question No 1 said Fasci Â¬ And fall Pantomime cha Â¬ nating man hike me But wiser yet rades followed Mr John P Haswell Are they you bel Jr in a short speech touched very del Â¬ Who never let up icately upon the story of tho hatchet At all and distributed some very unlquo hatch ets aa souvenirs with the words EpÂ¬ 1801 in gilt You feel comfortable only in tho Cel wortli Leaguo February letters At 2 oclock the assembly disÂ¬ ebrated Monarch dress shirt It still hold tho lead Bubbagos persed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hotel Miss Veva Miller of Cloverport was here last week visiting Mrs Charles B was confirmed tjtiito the snow of the season we haw1 C F Hartford hehlservlces in M E church Sunday Miss Emilia Stoseley leaves this wet k for Hattford Ky to nttend school Mr MciilliMk mid little son went to Irvingtoii Friday to spend a few days Two Miss Millers of Sample and Miss Alollie Stahluian of Chcnault aro here attending school Boarding witli Mrs Jns Biggs Mrs Pike Conn celebrated the Villi anniversary of her mother Mrs Will Pcttitfl birthday Wednesday Feb 21st Tho affair was one of the quiet and plea Â¬ sant occasions There belnit no per Â¬ sons present besides the immediate fam- Â¬ ily except Mr and Mrs Hewitt Haw- Â¬ kins and Mr and Mrs Ben Lay The w hole arrangement was the more enjoy Â¬ able by being an entire surprise to Mr and Mrs Pettlt who knew nothing of anything unusual being done until they were led in the dining room to behold a table as handsomely arranged and as w ell ladenedwith good things to tempt the appetite as is ones fortune often to sec in addition to which nil the children and some of tho grand children showed their affection for the good mother by presents from each to lier It was indeed an en joyable day and we hope our friend nntl neighbor Mrs Pettit may live to enjoy many many such anniversariis Again deatli has entered our midst and taken one of our oldest citizens Jas E Hiner 72 years this month who at our last writing had received n stroke of paralysis died Wednesday Feb 21st 1S4 at 5 oclock n in without ever re Â¬ gaining his speech or in anyway telling his suffering except by very slight move Â¬ ment though seemingly conscious It should be of great consolation to his family that ho was not left here to linger and sutler but was at once taken to his rest where there is no pain The de Â¬ ceased was an old and consistent member of thu Baptist church a good and citizen a kind husband and loving father and a man respected and loved by all his friends He leaves a wife three daughters and three sons One son Hartze Hiner of Texas could not bo here to see his father and receive a While it is sad to last and parting look give up this husband and father and while wo sympathize deeply witli the family they should feel to thank God that he was taken at once That his life was well spent lie had reached a good age and left them well prepared to meet his Judge and Lord The body was in- Â¬ terred in the Hill cemetery Thursday with short s rvico nt the grave Funeral services will be held at some later date Â¬ ho-or-- ed 1 Kansas Furnishes What is Said to be The Most Remarkable Caso On Record C ome in and sec our line of For Mx weeks Mis Frmik lluudsoii of Abilene lived with it miwnuy nail in her t ktill Remarkable ns this story may rreinit h never lih S3 true and Mrs Roudsou who is in lit r fifty ninth year will recovsr from this ten lble ordeal About eight weeks ngou physician was celled to see her she being apparently EtifTcring from paralysis or some kindred trouble One side seemed deadened nnd no amount of will ow er on her part could cause normal action Electric bat Â¬ teries wre applied repeatedly nnd ef Â¬ forts wero made to induce the paralyzed nerves to act onco more butwitli little nvail until tho physician thinking per haps better results might be attained ordered tier thick hair cut off Sho objected but it wvia done nnd on examination u sore spot was discovered with the head of a null imbedded there in upon the very crown of her head An operation wua performed nnd to the surprise of the physicians prci cut n tix Hnny nail 2 inches lung was removed it had penet ruled straight into tho brain its full length and nu abscess had formed upon the brain because of its presenco there Two days later another operation was performed tho abscess was removed and tho patient is getting along well apparently about to regain full control of her muscles The most remarkable part of this strange story was tho discovery of the cuuso of its being there At first she stoutly denied any knowledgo of it being there but at last admitted that sho had herself driven the nail into her skull pounding it dorti with n stone for the express ptirposo of ending her life Phy tho mast remarkable sicians say this case on record Topeka Special to St Louis Republic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Ladies 200 Shoes They EXHIBITS HIS HEART Tills Is Whut tlir Subject of a Peculiar biirKlcul Oiierntiun Dors Look Well bv Rev W II Dawson Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through Sucli articles tho mucous surface should nover be used except on pre- Â¬ scriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive- from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufact- Â¬ Co Toledo O ured by F J Cheney contains no mercury and is taken acting directly upon tho internally blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken inter- Â¬ nally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney k Co Testimonials free CSTSold by Druggists price 7oe per bot- Â¬ tle - Physicians of this city are receiving visits from nn unfortunate citizen of Buf falo who has had a peculiar experience Recently ho cnlh d on a professor in the College of Physicians and Surgeons who explained to u rerrter yesterday the condition of Ids visitor as follows The man had a discaso of tho chest somo time ngo nnd was operated upon by a physician in Buffalo who found it nec essary to removo a part of tho chest on tho left side exposing tho heart The wound healed but theopening remained so that now there is a considerable hole in his chest Thero is of course some covering of skin over the heart otherwise tho man could rot have survived but the action of the heart is observable and ono can put his hand through tho opening in the chest and feel the heart at work The professor was unwilling to say much about the ciso which he said was of special interest only to medical men Ho said it was an extraordinary case and was worthy of being mado ttie sub ject of a medical treatise He understood that tho man was traveling almut tho country exhibiting himself to pliysi cians for a small consideration He came to me ho added and 1 examined him nnd gave him a small sum Ho then went away and I do not know wliero he is now Another physician said that the hole was about a iuclic t square nnd that three ribs had been cul in the operation He said also that an opening similar to the ono in tho chest existed in the mans back under tho hurt New York Sun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fit Well Wear Well Wm Yest Sons V Money 0 Made k HOW By Trading at A Chinese Ilodus TOBINSPORT The present big snow will bo quite a protection to wheat Eld J F Winchel is expected to move hero soon from Moawequa III Waldo Simons went to Louisville Sun day witli a nice lot of fat hogs and cattle Tho meeting closed at tho Baptist church Sunday night witli six additions Some flno looking mules wero ferried hero Monday that wero bought at the Â¬ Prominent Chinamen on tho Pacific coast are predicting a big exodus of their countrymen from this continent nnd nil other lands to the Celestial empire within a year or two Tlicy will go to bo present at tho big fair which occurs there onco in GO years and at which every subject of the great emperor tries to be present Hundreds of thousands maybe millions of Chiuctie from all parts of the euipirp and the world will bo there sayf Interpreter Pon So of San Francisco All nations will bo invited and every- Â¬ body ought to go for it will be the sight Tlio fair ho says war of a lifetime founded many centuries ago and has been Ho is not suro of held regularly since tke exact date but it is within two years Great preparation are being mado for it all over the empire and announcement of It will soon be made to tho world San Francisco Examiner What Was ItT Kaye As they are the Cheapest Cash Men on earth Cash talks and money makes the mare go And we kind- Â¬ ly ask the few that are indebted to our firm to come forward and settle their accounts as we need the money We will let you have it back in the run of a year by trading with us As we are on the First day of March to commence a Carters Strictly CasH Business Prom the word go Cash or produce must come in when the goods go out And by doing this wo can sell cheaper and you knew it Como in nnd get your 20 lbs of Granulated Sugar for 100 Hoosier Cottons 5c Good Plow Shoes for flOc and 100 Ginghams at 5c And every tiling in the store at Rock Bottom prices Oglesby sale Miss Rose Polk notwithstanding the cold weather has been able to attend the protracted meeting John Elmoro will start in a few days on a trip down the river on Pecken paughs lumber boat The river banks nre in a fearful condition at i resent It is aim st impossible to get to tiie waters edge Alt Polk lias moved to his new homo lately purchased of Mm Cunningham Hope they will bo plensed Sol Peckenaugh and wife have at last returned home after an extended visit with relatives near Don Juan Alex Ciimiiiings of near Derby re Â¬ ceived the nomination for Trustee and F M Icaf was nominated for Assessor Tho result of tho recent primary elect Â¬ ion seems to give general satisfaction though some would have had it other Â¬ Â¬ A dispatch says a curious phenomenon was seen in the heavens by citizens of Wilmingtou N C from 030 to 7 oclock the other morning It made a grand sight but no ono seems able to deter mine just what it was Sotno describ it as a meteor and others as a comet Ono oyewitness says It had the appearance of a largo sar with a tail which to the naked eyo seemed ubout 100 yards long Tho end of It finally burst leaving a trail of fire of many beautiful colors A colored astronomer says ho saw the letters W W V distinctly outlined whllo another nvers that tho word Pre pare was there aa plain as day Ilusluesa Depression In llerlln Tho Berliner Zfcitung enlarges upon Â¬ Â¬ We mean business we are how and if we dont make good merchants say we yours And once more we Â¬ here to stay a while any- Â¬ any thing as some of our wont it is our fault not will ask you to come in and settle your accounts at once as we want to square Tour books and must have the money in our business CALL AND SEE US Respectfully wise We learn that Captain Wathcrholt he will make a thorough canvass for the office of Trusteo if it is tho deslro of tho peoplo Miss Carry Bruucr and Miss Laura Hale of Cloverport wero over Sunday tho guests of Misses Nellie and Minnie Lyons and Etta Polk Fanners are longing for winter to haste away and for the return of welcome spring so that they can riso with tho lark from their place ofsrumboratid pro pare their rich fields for the reception of tho grain There wero two or three young men at church Saturday night that had to much whiskey aboard and caused a right smart disturbance It is thought they got the liquor at tho school housu whore the election was held Bays the present condition of starvation in Workshops which Gorman Industries usually furnish employment to 20 men havo been obliged to reduco their forces to two The depression is felt most se verely In tho building trades including carpenters and cabinetmakers but itnlso extends to others Tho Christmas sales are reported by tho shopkeepers to bo small beyond parallel only the cheapest goods finding buyers Â¬ Kaye Carter HARDINSBURG KY -- This is The Fall of the Wlillo Cltjr Fifty carloads n day aro now being moved from Jackson park by various lines and at this rato threo months more will bo required to removo the Worlds fair exhibits The railroads derivo no rovenuo from this rafflo having agreed that exhibits brought to Chicago at full rates should ix retnrucd freo of charge Chicago Mall Balfsfylng Illm GEM SHIRT 4 AlwayB bo buo and ask for it if you want a good ono tK I havo called said tho captious crit- Â¬ ic to find out what reason you can givo for representing the new year as a nude small boy That Is done respoudod the art edl tor because the year does not get Us close till tho Bht of December Then the captious critlo went out and broke his nice now pledge Indianapolis OTn eze -- Axe JSTone Bettexl r tonic or children that want tmUeUof up should tako JIIIOWNs I HON 1I1TTEUS It Is pleasant to take cures Malaria InJM Uon anil liltlousneu Ali elcastn keep It KecJInk LAIHK1 Journal A public library and literary resort exclusively for tho blind has been opened in Chicago JNO D BABBAG E Sole Agent Jijrrfi vm j i m4i- - J w mm sr l e 0 i 5 ti An 1 XJL I 1 IT and Mystery of the t THE feRkQKRNRiDGcB KEWS OLOVERPOR Your Family J KY dent io Tin a American Story Full of the Romance t A STRANGE East WEIRD FASCINATING STORY OF LOVE AND HATE TOLD IN ANOV EL MANNER VIVID IN THE PICTURING OF EXCITINS SITUATIONS f nil of Virility and Dramatic Power Stlring and Effbctlvo and Exciting Charming THE READER FEELS THAT HE 18 MORE THAN A SPECTATOR THE EVENTS AND TAKES A PERSONAL INTEREST IN THE UNFOLDING OF THE PLOT OF A Masterly Talo By Americas Leading Author Julian Hawthorn derful glow and buoyancy of strength so that 1 became entirely unconscious of my body and seemed to bo all will and 1 power motioned Tom to lead tho way and ho went off at a run with mo at his heels Wo crossed tho lawn and plunged down tho slopo into the wood Just as wo turned to tho right to reach tho clilf wo met somo ono It was John At sight of mo ho uttered a cry of aston ishment I did not then know why forgetting that I had been a cripple live minutes beforo Comel como was all 1 said and ho turned and ran beside mo Ho asked somo questions but 1 only shook my head Tom beforo us dodged along be tween tho trunks and beneath tho boughs of tho trees it wasdark but saw all his movements distinctly and could de scribe every ono of thetuut this moment Every senso was dilated and intonmlied almost to tho point of suffering And when wo diew near tho fatal place 1 be- Â¬ lieve I pushed on in advance of the oth ers und was actually tho first to reach tho body With tho touch of my hand upon it camo a change Tho frantic uncoi ecious energy which brought mo to him was transfoimetlinto a no less unnatural scrcuity and self possession it might almost bo called coldness My nerves wcro steady my perception clear my voico calm and authoritative Tho others fol- Â¬ lowed my directions and waited ujion my movements with involuntary subAfter carefully noting tho mission position of tho body und assuring myself that no lifo wns left I asked for a knife which Tom handed me und cut off the coat and underclothing laying bare tho wound It was small and dark where tho bullet had entered but in tho breast waffn ragged hole half us largo as the palm of my hand Tho effusion of blood however had not been great death had been too sudden Tho left sido of tho skull wus slightly crushed evidently from tho fall and tho left arm was lractured at the elbow Tho face when tho leaves and clay which adhered to it hod been removed appeared calm in its expression I lit n wax match from a box that John carried aud scrutinized it closely Tho match burned without flickering in tho still air It was a handsoino faco never handsomer than then and a dignity in vested it which was seldom seen in lifo Tom shrank appalled at the aspect of those quiet features and John broko down and cried like a child I folt neither appalled nor iucliued to weep I was conscious only of a stern determination to sco justice done upon his assassin Somo trees had been felled near by a fow days before We selected some stout stakes cut from their boughs placed tho body on them and carried it slowly aud with difficulty up tho hill to the house and laid it on tho sofa in my library Then 1 sent Tom for tho coroner and wroto a noto to mother which John car- Â¬ ried It told her that Henry had had a bad fall and bade her retum at onco Vhcm ho had gone I was left alone with my dead brother It was about 4 oclock and tho dawn was already in the east That strange serenity of mind did not abandon me though I was fully aware of its strangeness During tho past week or two I had thought of this man as an enemy I believed he had done a great wrong and circumstances had brought the wrong homo to mo to bo shared with his iimnediato victim I had even admitted tho tboncht that his presence if t jt his very existence wits iiosiuo to my I appiness and now liko u swift answer to that unspoken thought ho was dead rud Ids body lay upon tho same sofa whore he had lounged and smoked so short a while ago But I felt as littlo fear as tmliuosity All passions both good and ovil wero absolutely still in me I stood and looked down at him for a long time It was to be aud I liko him was tho creature of destiny I stood with my back toward tho door I heard no sound but I wus suddenly aware that 1 was not alono I turned and thero stood Sinfire Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SYMOIXIS CHATTKU I Dr lrunk Malnwurtnir a Indent ami recline lives on the funlly estates at CeilarclllTe with his mother and eldest brother Another brother llcnr Isiovinjfabroad John The M ilnwatlnga arc Americanized ICnRllih people and the estate with an Income of Jiorjoo of primogeniture a j car Is subject to the II Mis Slnfire Ioiestal a hitherto unheard of niece of Mrs Malnwarlng arrives at Cedarclltle from KnKlandhriPKlnif a letter from her lather written on his de ithhiil and committing the girl tnthciaic of his American rclatles blnfirc Â¬ ed tho truth and with it camo a won- Â¬ las tu my mind no moro than u teaiuro ut I was not tho general circumstances prepared to consider her sep trato relation to tho event slit Wts 10 miles away at I supiKwd and hours would pues beforo any hint of what had occulted would reach her Vet hero sho was m vs terlously on tho spot almost beforo tho corpse of the man sho had loved and hated had stiffened into Its final rigidity 1 stared at her in silence striving to prepare myself for 1 knew not what Had sho witnessed tho other shock murder Had bIio any purposo to fulfill A score of wild conjectures flow 1 loved her sho was through my head tho great aud only passion of my lifo sho had transflguied me almost created mo whatever I might do or bohereafter would be duo to her but thcru uro n timo and a mood for all things and 1 was in no mood standing whero I did to think of anything tender and sacred My nerves and fucultles wcro tuned to something different and I could not divest myself of tho idea that sho was about to connect herself in somo way with tho omnipresent horror Sho was dressed in her scarlet riding habit which she had taken with her to tho lake intending us she said to rido back tho next day In tho darkness of tho night it would huvo been indistin guishablu from any other color but with the rays of tho lamplight falling upon it its vivid hue gleamed out with a strik ing intensity Her derringer hung in a sling from her belt on tho right side Her lips wero compressed her eyes bril liant with concentrated light Her glance seemed to question or chullcngo mo but nfter u few silent moments bIio turned her faco slowly toward tho couch which sho approached lingeringly Within n few feet of It slid paused and gazed down upon tho dead How camo this shonsked at length not altering her attitude Ho was murdered in tho wood Wt brought him here Murdered in tho wood Murdered I thought sho repeated In a murmur yon were ill sho udded glancing up and then beforo I could reply Who did it sho inquired Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mcht fiho demanded drawing her was reared in India HI Slnfire betrays a deep Interest In the ab- Â¬ sent llcnr Malnwarlng and John becomes In Â¬ An acci Â¬ fatuated wtith his bcniititul cousin dent rcvials tn Dr Frank Mainwarlng that John has the liart dls ase and the ownership of IV Cedan liflY may chinge at any moment Slnhre becomes a mystery In the Malnwitlng household John m ikts a conful ml of Frank and acknowledges hit lute for her lie declares that he will shout any rival who thwarts him and asks Franks jld in finding out whither her heart I free or otherwise V Hie mystery surrounding Slnfire grows deeper Frank saves her from the deadly stroke ofa cobra Ili4l collection and a bond of svm I ho an- Â¬ pithy is established between the two expected return causes nouncement of llcnr VI and VII Henry ar Â¬ confusion to Sinfire rives at Cedjicllflc lie makes a eonlidant of Frank and in a jnKlng way advises him to get He professes to rid of John and nnrry Siifire have hud no communication with the Forrrstal family while abroad VIII The depredations of a gang of burglars In the neighborhood cause the Muinwurlngs to Slnfire canics a dcrrlng look to their weapons ohn and Henry have harsh if cr constantly words eonecrning tkeir beautiful cousin and quickly following that Slnfire tells Frank that IX Slntirc tells rlie hates sonic man unnamed Frank that she has a bitter reckoning to make with one of his brothers but punUlunent Is with X In anticipa Â¬ held out of regard lor Frank ting of a visit Iroin the burglars the household ol vedarcllffc removes to a summer camp at Pebble The men propose to re- lake to miles distant turn to the mansion grounds at nllit and grap Â¬ ple with the burghrs ft Who did Tho murderer alono knows said I It seems cruel Ho loved to bo alivo and ho didnt expect it was tho next reI Sho fetched a long sigh mark would liavo spared his life Would you have him ulivo ngain I Â¬ Uf ihe Inquired Y Until ho Btooj within a vara or it no suspicion us to what it rcafl wus cater- id his mind Then in u moment ho know it was ti mans body but oven then he thought of u tramp ialleu Riloaji uuil not of Hery or of any one ha Unovr But When ho noticed how the body luy ftco downward with one arm doubled under it he recognized death and bending down ho eaw tho curly hair that could only bo Henrys With that a lit of tho horrors took possession of him Ho docs not know what ho did but thinks ho shouted in tho dead mans cars as If to awaken hiin from that irrevocable sleop and ho felt for his heart ami est his blood tua smeared with und ran tu juand hither oughly unmanned thither not knowing what to do but At Iirobaty hoping to meet John length he reflected that 1 was in my rooms nnl withort further delay ho made a straight lino for my door He was it ghastly looking object when tho door being unfastened I bade him como in My first idea was that ho had Limsell Ik en attacked and had baiely escaped with his life Ho wus whitoin tho face Imtless his dress disordered and Ho wus shaking all his hand bloody over liko a man chilled to tho marrow and ho could not commaud his tongue to speak clearly I asked him toveral cjues tlons beforo getting any coherent or couiprohensiblo reply At last ho said Its a murder thats what it is And soJiebodysgot to swing for it Â¬ V- f Ucuat white tn the fnce rj hatlcsx hi dfesi dUardcral uuil his hmul blood u Who I asked Ah if I knowed that wouldnt I telir Whos murdered I tnoaur Lord uvo mercy on us Vonr broth bir Myvbrothor John No sir uot im Master Enry sir Henry I cried out I jnmped up and caught tho man by tho breast of his coat Ilenry Murdered As suro us theres a Ood In Vaven r Frank ami Vs lyin under tho cliff That was tho way tho newit came to mo So fur as I can recollect my first feeling was ono of violent auger ugalnst poor Tom who us I imugined was tell ing somo hideous falsehood That Heu ry could bo dead was not possible Any body clso might bo dead but not Henry Henry my playmate In boyhood from whom I had parted only that afternoon alive and well Henry dead 1 was almost ready to kill Tom for saying so as If that would bring my brother back to life Dut after a fow momenta of dizzy In cjejlnUty I steadied myself ojitl confront Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ on is faco demanded How can I tell sho returned It is done Those words It is done had aoad uess and solemnity in them that pierced through my resentment and sternness and mado mo feel as I had not douo before that tho horror was uot only a horror but that it was irrevocable forever I turned and walked I could not speak down tho loom Lifo is all possibility Thero aro fow riddles that time cannot answer fow wrongs that years will uot remedy but death has no euro Everything must stop thero aud begin afresh Tho lifo that has gone out is no longer an element in tho problem Tho Gor dian knot is cut and tho severed strands are intractable and meaningless Then wo see what was invisiblo till then how much might have been saved by tho strong magic of patience But it is done it is no dream or imagination it Is done I turned again She had stepped near Â¬ er to the body and stooping forward took something from tho breast of her riding habit and laid it on tho dead mans heart As I camo toward her I saw that it was a gold ring set with an opal What does that mean I asked ounVwifcra8 to with It How camo you by it Cull it n bequest I always meant to It return it to him was her answer meant a great deal onco but now that ho is gone it means nothing It is his I have no curiosity to gratify Sin- Â¬ firo I said after a pauso I liavo al ways acceptod you and everything concerning you on your own representation and cared for nothing moro If yon wero compelled to answer any questions I put to you I would ask none Nothing that is past is any concern of mine or of ours and this is no timo to think of tho future Let that too tako caro of itsolf But I may ask you why and how you camo hero It seems strango to mo and might seom stranger still to others if they knew Oh theres no mystery about It Cous in Frank replied sho looking at mo with a half smilo aud speaking in much lighter tones than sho had used before You know 1 asked to bo allowed to stay and though topleaso your mother I agreed to go to the lako I mado up my mind from the first that I would come back So when they wero all asleep I saddled my horse and camo 1 was ready to do my part sho concluded touching tho derringer nt her side You rodo 10 miles through tho woods alone CHAPTER XIII I can VI feel at home in the woods There was nothing miraculous in her find my way anywhere appearing at that moment but It is cerHow leng havoyou been here tain that I was never moro startled In I dont know not long 1 left my my life So far as I liavo noticed genuine horso a mllo from hero in tho old bam surprises are uot nearly so common as and walked tho rest of tho way A lit- Â¬ they uro popularly supposed to bo For tlo whilo ago somo ono passed me 1 my own part at any ruto I have gener-Â¬ think it was John riding back I ally found myself in an attitude to ac- thought something must have happened cept whatever happens as somothlng to and I saw a light hero aud found tho bo moro or less expected It is not a door ajar so I camo tn conscious premonition but a kind of inI wish you had como at any other stant aud instinctive accommodation of time said 1 for I could not help er ones self to circumstances It simply ceiving that her presence in tho neigh means that tho man and his environment borhood so near tho hour of tho murder Dut now might prove an awkward clrcumatanco are essentially in harmony and then there is an abrupt exception hereafter It would bo best that no to this rule and then every tiling seems to one should know of it Aro you afraid break away and thero is chaos to go back to whero you left your horso Tho news of Henrys doath profoundThat is what I am going ttf do she ly though it uffectod mo and amazed replied It is almost sunrise me too did uot startle me at all Per Â¬ It will probably boat least two hours haps it struck too deep or that perhaps before tho others are hero I went on the dream from which I had just awak I advifco you to stay near tho barn un- Â¬ ened had been a dream of foreboding Be til you hear them coining Then ndo to that as It may it steadied even while it meet thorn and give them to understand appalled mo But this sudden apixtri that you lost your way In the woods tlon of Sinfiro at my elbow unmanned They will bo too much preoccupied to I had not been think Â¬ take any special notice and tho whole mo completely ing of hejclirectlyat U she had formed thing will probably bo forgotten Why should therAbe any conceal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ thero has been n murder and murders nro followed by Inquests Everybody who can bo sup posed capable of giving any information will bo examined If you wero put on tho stand you might bo asked questions that you would not wish to answer Thero aro things which you liavo not told me Slnfire Would you wish to tell them to tho world Nobody could make mo say anything I did not wish to replied she but after a littlo thought sho added I supposo your ndvico is good I wont bo impru dent But nothing seems of much con scquenco compared with this Tho last words wcro sioken in a lower volco and with n sort of momentary drooping of her whole figure But bIio pulled her self together promptly and faced mo Qoodby sho said holdwith n smllo ing out her hand I took her hand In mine Im not I cant bo said myself now Sinfire for somo timo to como Thero aro hard things to bo douo yet aud I must keep myself hard h us to do them But when it is all over shall have something to say Meanwhile good by Sho went out with her light vigorous step and I was alone again It was now daylight I put out my lamp aud throw I open tho Bhutters went into tho laboratory and drew aside the curtain of Sapranis cage I tapped on tho glass and called to her She camo out from beneath her blanket glided forward and reared herself up She knows me well now and will allow mo to tuko any respectful liberties with her For my part I feci an affection for the beautiful deadly creaturo that would seem absurd to any ono else This world is tho heaven of animals Thero is no past or f tit uro to them no memory or hope nothing but tho fullThey aro born into ness of tho present their sphero of life and they fill it completely whether It bo mischievous or beneficent But man poor fellow is littlo moro than a striving a regret a Ho never folly and a disappointment becomes what ho is capable of being and ho Is never satisfied with what ho is If it wero not for this effortless self fulfillment that wo seo in animals tho world would bo n grim placo indeed And so it was a comfort to mo to play with my queen of cobras kndwiug that sho was untroubled and content and that no rumor of tho grief and dread and evil that mado tho day hateful to tho rot of us would ever pass tho portals of her consciousness or alter tho serenity of her demeanor I could hold her in my arms and let her coil around my neck but though bho could feel tho beating of my heart no knowledge of what stirred it could over cross tho bottomless spiritual gulf between animal and human Wero I tho wickedest or tho most faultless bo Ing that ever lived on earth her relation to mo would remain unchanged pro vided I treated her with tho Bamo atten- Â¬ tion Tho denunciations of my bitterest enemy would leavo her as uumoved oa the eulogies of my dearest friend No ono but myself can disturb her confidence in mo tho whole world would be powerless to shako it Such an attitudo has in it something of tho sublime safety of eternity itself Presently I heard noises and voices without and I left Suprani with a mind onco moro composed Tom hud returned bringing tho coroner and tho vildoctor with him They made their lage examination and took my deposition and by tho time that was over the wagon with mother and tho rest had arrived Siufirorodp up to the door on her horso and gave me a look as she dismounted to say that all was well TO 1K continued Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ browd together Because1 said I id Hint ntimiKit gnrtltiiel raised tfgutabtisuii the hitul ttiu next muon mIkhiI child li of Wlcciiiwln nlnl fur a luli I in Tho lnnplo bad a largo majority vote lia GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CL0VERP0RT CO KENTUCKY fllOllltl 10 provided with the well known emergency medicine CHERRY AVERS The best remedy for nil diseases of the Throat nnd Lnngs Prompt to net PECTORAL Sure to Cure Yollow Pino Flooring and Colling P leader of tho Seamens Firemens Shingles Laths Lime union tells me that ho has been testing Hair Cement Brick public sentiment on tho question of the Doors Sash and Blinds houso of lords nt meetings which ho ad dressed recently through tho country Contrary to tho feeling in London he and all kinds or Building Material declares that no topic appeals so strongSole Agents for ly to workingmen in tho country as tha Homostoatl Fortillzoro and Troy obstruction of tho aristocracy Lvery timo ho advocated tho dissolution of the Bono Moal houso of lords tho suggestion was re ceived with wild enthusiasm Down Orders accompanied with the cash promptly filled with tho lonlsl would bo tho best election cry of tho nest campaign In his M Â¬ Oohii With the Lords A New Voik newspaper man wilting fiiiu London says Huvcloclc Wilson Also Wholesale and Itetall Dealers in opinion PROFIT AND LOSS ON FARMS Principles of n Consist ent anil lrulltiilile lHrni Iriictlee Sir John U Lawes has suid that tho advantage American farmers had lu tho present competition lu farm products couslsted In tho stored wealth of their TUf Ftimlumvntnl Bolls Â¬ flrrm uis Crovrn Trlnce Poor littlo crown princoof Germany H Tho drastic system of royal German IWU1 IV education has almost killed him according to nil account Ho has been seized OLOVERPORT KY with fits of trembling and nervousness and much anxiety is being felt about him It Is at onco gratifying and pathetic to itaTEstliiMtcs furnishi on applicatiiii learn that ho is to liavo as much as possible tho life of a child for a wholo HOST IX QUMIir nssTiiquLiir year Tills brief statement tells by contrast n volumo of what sort of lifo tho littlo poldier student has had New York Times Â¬ Â¬ James M Lewis ShoYo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in connection with climatic conditions that enabled them to grow lu perfection that king of tho cereals mnizo or American coin Admitting this Ftnndpoint of ailvautngo for tho American farmer tho diicctiou lu which ho should look in elTorts to iin provo his methods of practice is thus defined by Dr Manly Allies of Michigan through tho columns of Tho American Ho says Agriculturist llrondly speaking tho returns ft en it his soil and tho outcomo of his staple crop maize should leceive pronilm nt attention to enahlo him to letaiu tho commanding position in tho markets of tho world to which ho is justly ciititlid from the conditions with which nature has favored him Tho llrst consideration must bo to conserve und make avail able in tho production of useful crops tho elements ot fertility contained in tho soil itself which should bo supple mented with tho homo supplies of ma nure Tho largest returns from the soil can bo obtained by growing a vuiiety of ciops in succession among which corn should liavo a prominent place from its advantages as a cleaning crop its largo yield per neio of cattle iood and tho value of tho manuio ftoiu tho crop when fed out In connection with its influence In conserving fettility dur Â¬ ing its long period of growth by tho appropnation of plant food Thorough tillage drainage n judi cious rotation ot crops and tho homo supplies of manuro aro tho agencies that rcquiro attention in this prelimi Having nary process of crop growing obtuined fiom tho soil tho largest ie turn in vegctablo products under u rational system of management tho nest consideration is tho disposition to bo mado of Held crops in order to securo tho greatest profit from them It is difficult to placo u fair money valuo on theso products as they could not all bo sold if thtown upon tho market in tho form in which they nro harvested Tho coarser products would uot Vay tho cost of transpoitutlon from a glut of tho markets us thero would bo a dcmunA for but a small proportion of them out sido of tho farms wheio they aro grown It is evident that theso products cannot MubuEuny Streets In lurls The laying down of mahogany road all be sold to advantago without con ways sounds almost liko a dream of ori- verting them into moro marketable ental maguificenco but it is what the forms on tho farm itself and as an in- Â¬ Paris municipal council aro engaged in cident of this conversion should uot bo at tho present moment A portion of overlooked tho lurthor advantago of that almost iutcrminablo thoroughfaro retaining tho residue of this process in tho Ruo Lafayette that portion noarest tho form of manuro to imilutuln or in to tho Eastern of Frauco railway ter- creoso tho soil productiveness If farm minus has been pulled up and work animuls uro looked upon as machines ineu nro laying down blocks of real Bra- that aro needed for converting untfal zilian mahogany of a jieculiarly fiuo tex- ablo Held crops Into marketable prod ture and color It is confessedly an ex- ucts of greater value and for which periment as tho mahogany is dearer thero Is ti larger demand tho truo printhan tho woods ordinarily used for the ciples of tho feeding and manngenicnt eamo purpose Mahogany however is of the livo stock of the faim will bo not as dear as it used to be Tho actual moro readily understood Animal prodcost of tho now roadway will bo 50 francs ucts of tho best quality that will com a squaro meter which is considerably mand tho highest prices In tho market less than 3 a squaro yard It is hoped will usually bo tho most profitable Tho nutritivo ratios tho fanner needs that tho extra outlay Incurred will be moro than compensated for by greater to consider to securo profitable feeding depends upon the telativo nmotint of tho durabilityr London News eeveinl crops ho can profitably grow and their apportionment to secuto un appetizing variety In tho prescribed iu tlons so that all can be profitably utilized This system will determine tho available vaiiety of foods and tho farm should bo stocked with animals that aro tho best adapted to tho work of manufacturing thorn all without wasto Into mnrketutlo products Tho intimate interdependent lohitions of all depart Â¬ ments ot farm economy must bo recog nized and receive duo attention in planning tho system of management in order to obtain tho largest profit Errors from tho aggregate results that ariso from a too exclusive attention to purely theoretical details of doubtful r import will bo avoided by keeping Mr 3f Symom prominently in view theso fundamental JliltlmoreMd principles of a consistent and profitable Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TV 1nV rPtetnoti i ffUKMo FOR 20 YEARS fcy SRfK ftLX9 WAYNES OINTMENT I WHITES CREAM tt fttlttinat mij InUrnsJ rarrs i MUfiiirinf sVv mrtion en t ftctr ztFtt hinni un kt turlnr UlK lb shin elrirw hits ltd htsJlhi si H T dfnult ft urn I bf vnntl f r 60 cts A Up Pit tsrlTKia IK Ullvllmp- IsV All JVlif aPlitfglJt vf it Ut it h sUPJ VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Romodios EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED rrrpsml J D BRASHEAR Long Brick Houso KOI1 nil IHltllOI KVlltYWIIKUK JIHMCINK II XT H1CI TOBACCO BUYER QJ The first Him or American Newspapers Â¬ CLOVEKPORT KY Desires to sco all the tobacco CHARLES A OANNA Editor farmers of this and surrounding The American Constitution tho Americountry can Idea tho American Spirit These I first last and all the time forever Corm tly uetUj liy luinplirey V Iuifer Pro Â¬ duce nmmlsslfiii Merchants 2Sccoml SLhet MUn iiml Murkcl IoulslllcKy LOUISVILLE KY Feb 27 1S91 Shippers should mark all paeliugcs plainly with shippers natno and post uQico address BUTTE 11 IS Jul J Choice country Medium II Common Creamery ID 29 The Sunday Sun Is the greatest Sunday Xuwtipapcr in tho World Price 5c a copy By mall 2 a year G a year Daily by mail Dally and Sunday The Weekly by mall Mt 8 a year a year 1 KIUS Froth 13 14 I 75 to 1 R5 Michigan 1 10 to 1 8J ndlai a 5avy 1 DO to 1 20 Old or Common nnd colored D1UKI APPLES AND PKAC11ES choice bright quaitcrs Apples i to Apples average i i to b Applts old 4 to 5 Ieachcs new Peaches old 1IKANS hand picked Aildrckw Till cv Texas York R R Louisville St Louis Co TIME SCHEDULE At 6 00 ILTO 22 FEATHERS Prime white gooso Mixed Old 35 15 Q 21 25 111 oclek Aludiyr Sec STATIONS 17 18S3 No 1 duck 24 a QC Hrsl Hound Trains 13 Aaif Hound Tratm Kxprs Kxpra Dally 6 301HU 7 Mall PES 3 5 20 Kxr Mail A M Kapr Dally 8 t0prV 8 15 7 13 7 30 7 14 7 07 Oreen pood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins 3i 6 7 645 7 25 7W1 Daily un IHIIy 50 7 8UU 8 10 lOULTUY A liens per lb 7 47 7IVi 841 UCil lvUnn iitir 1245pm Kmtuck M 12 31 Westriiint lUdim Hock Haven I Howard KVruii 1147 1132 11 11 SU7 Hoo tors per It Spring Chickens per lb ouug Ducks per lb leese full feutberd 12 Jj fl at 7 801 8U 8 2 50 017 U as 0 31 9 45 lJ 84 10 04 Hramleiilmri Oustnn Irvinuton onifllranch i4 111 3 75 7 Turloys N J 8 21 8 VI 8 3S 84 HOOTS 2 25 16 75 35 u 25 8N U00 Wlrl Iln eng Ky and Indiana Yellow Hoot 1AME 1014 10JO 10 2S IcxIiliurK Stcphensport Addison Clovcrnort Shops Skill nan IVtrle Falcon Cayce Webster lierce Skuplc Holt 1107 Id Ml 1060 10 41 068 0 48 U40 10S1 10 10 UT 6 14 6 Oil 6 67 liffl 1020 014 917 9 28 1 IUll U 55 Rabble Squirrels Quail WOOL 1 1030 10 50 50 50 931 961 1002 10 07 10 12 9 4J IKS 11 105J HI lOHi 10US 9 48 5 45 5 40 945 5i 624 621 25 26 Tub washed 13 M 17 Urease Cine 12 a 14 Groase coarse 12 fa 14 Merino 5 10 hurry and Cuts MISCELLANEOUS Tallow m 21 lleeswax 35 30 Sorghum Molasses HAY ailAIN FEED on Louisville city We quoto price to day 1121 1130 11 llawe stillc Lewlsport Tales Owentloro Mattlngly tirinitli Stanley Towers 9 33 9i 911 853 6H 4 69 JI ii 36 1018 10 3 1048 10 53 11 09 1111 1119 1125 11 llYiiui 1212um 1222 1233 1238 12 42 1140 9 08 0 04 8 40 8 25 461 436 120 4 4 4li Ill 08 Ul 815 802 7 54 7 51 7 41 7 35 7 27 347 3 41 3 37 3J 1250 1267 wharf No 2 oats UMpm 1210un 114 108 330 321 310 114 lluskctts 719 310 130pm arIIendersn lv 705am 265pm t WorthlnKton Heads Spottsvllle OATS 32 HAY Strictly eholco Choice No 2 Uood Medium Good Ilrigbt Straw C0KN Choice whit Choioe shelled CATTLE Good to 10 50 00 10 00 4 75 11 13 12 11 5 00 00 00 50 LouisYiMeHadfnsburgVestern No 3 TIME TABLE 11 1891 TAKING West Hound Trains KFFEGT JULY 29 STATIONS Kast Hound Trains 42 46 4 3 3 3 00 50 40 00 4 3 3 3 25 75 65 25 Dally Daily ex Sun ex Sun No5 No 1 UOOani oxtra shipping Light shipping Heat llutchers Medium to good butchers 110QS 1140 II 654IM 1212 12 48 1INI Iv Garheld llarned Ilarillnsbure Jollv Rlcndcine Kirk Dally DaTIv ex Sun ex Sun No 2 No f lrvlnuton Ar 9 30am 8 20 8 Ul 7 40 710 7 CO 5 25 Chotce packing and butchers 5 20 Fair to good 50 Houghs Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under 75 5 40 5 25 6 75 5 00 3 25 2 50 4 75 4 00 118 125 145 220 2 32 2 41 SHEEl Oood to extra shipping Fair to good Oood to extra spring Fair to good Itockvale Huth Asklas 269 Oaks 330im ArKorilsvillelv Dempster ar KallsIlouKhlv 6 40 60 60 637 4 6 Hi 58 5 00 45am 2 75 I 50 4 50 2 50 LAM11S THE LOUISVILLE LE ST LOUIS AIR LINE LUR Run Down farmpractlco Value of Chemical 1erU Isers At tho Ohio station work has been carried on to ascortaiu tho real value of tho so called chemical fertilizers and after considerable thought and experi Â¬ ment it is summed up In bulletin 40 that they should bo uscil only In con nection with somo nitrogen storing ciop In other words nitrogen is too expensive an articlo to purchuso for tho soil and that this element must bo supplied by growing crops thnt produco it and then tho commercial fertilizers can bo used with profit Clover and all of tho leguminous crops supply tho iitrogin und they must como lu frequently lu the rotation to obtain tho best effect Unless wo supply tho soil iii this wuy vwlth nitrogen tho commercial feiti lizers will rob tho soil for a fow years and grow good crops but will nearly ruin tho land in tho end Â¬ AST That Tlrod Fooling Sovoro Hoadacho9 No Appotlte UearSlrst Ueforo using Hoods Sariapa rtlla I was frequently slclc and did not know vliat was the matter with me Oae day I would feel so tired I could hardly stand the next I would have n severe headache and so on not knowing wlint the next day would bring lot la 1 did not have any appetite and BANK oy SHORTEST QUICKEST AND DEST LINK TO St Louis 6lx Bottles of Hoods Sarsaparllla Bring Back Now Life C I Hood It Co Lowell Mm HAEDINSBUHG Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 87 600 1 F HEARD President WILL MiLLEH Vice President M II BEARD Cashier I O W BKAitD Dire tor MORRIS ESKRIDUE r R M JOLLY INTFRE8T PAID fN T E 0EP0SITS -- AND ALL POINTS Evansville West and South West Tims Cud is Effect Jul 31 1892 Lt Loulsrllla 805 am 835 ptn4J9 pm Arr St Louis Ti20 put 645 a m Â¬ EraniTlllo lilO lOiOOpm For further Information call on or address RA J CAMPBELL Denl Pass Was Greatly Run Down I tried a good many medicines but tbey did me Having heard a great deal about Hoods Barinparllla I decided to try a bottle I do good B CAMPBELL Agt UY A St I oats Mo Â¬ City Ticket Office St loulsvlllo Ky LnntSTllleKv 8 W Cor Third AMaln Â¬ Â¬ aro glad to say I soon felt better I have uoyr used six bottles and feel as well as ever It has been of great benefit to me as I have regained lay api etUe and HoodsCures Â¬ Â¬ A writer in Garden and Forest de Â¬ scribes a novel andeflectivo method for clearing some neglected land of Canuda As an experiment ho took a thistles clod crusher made of 3 inch plauk loaded it with as much stono ua tho FARM FOR SALE A Mullen on Tar horses could draw and broko tho this- Â¬ The old homestead of Fork one mile above old Ilsgsh church Will tles down flat and then plowed them sell cficap fur cash or on time with irood sre urity deeply undor Tho plan succeeded per- Â¬ Call on or address WM MULLEN Clovcrpurt Ky fectly It seems that their entire vigor Our Gem Shirts have arrived choice vitality and substanco fcro then in their tops as they wero ready for scat Â¬ 60 cents at ISabbages tering the seeds Thev were entirely Wo Now Enjoy Good Health I can strongly recommend Hood Sarsaparllla M fivuovi as an excellent blood medicine Canada Thistles Alsiultlt Htreet Ilaltlniure Maryland Hoods Pills act easily yet promptly and efficiently on the liver and bowels 23e CUV I OlITAIN A IATIATf Kor prompt answer and an honest opinion writs to nilS N iVltr who uavo bad nearly fifty jean ipeiienoa In tno patent business ConiniunlravA lluinluuiik of In Â¬ Ions strictly cnnflildiUitl formation ooncvruliur lntcnu and bow to obÂ¬ tain them sent free Also a catalogue Ol sioehao leal and selentlUa txxika sent free-1ateiita taken through Muim 4 Co rocelro fpecial notlcalnthe Krlentllle Atnerlrnu and thus aro brought widely bernnilbe publluwltb- to tba Inventor Tbla splendid paper ed Mklr eleaaiiily Illustrated has by far tho est nrculatlou uf any srlentlrlo work lu the world 83 a year f ampin copies sent f run Building KUltloo monthly fUO a year tllngla copies VIA cents ICvury iiumlcr contains beau Â¬ ot tiful pistes In colors anil photographsshow new house with plans onabllng builders to lu latest nnlgns awl seeura contracts Address MUNN A COTlLwr YuiiK a 01 UuluuwAY fEVlHAUtMARKaf P COPYRIGHTS NlSssWMstanK X ssiiiB s2mVUHHBHaLry 5rORP0RATr7SWF vUttyZtf JMjMaBBBPB -- - - jte hi jHii dfc w - Hw8fillsililiPA iwiwawaMMMWiHMMWMWWHWBWMIMI r w HiMmWlNiWiWiID uw sammim vmmmmmm mmmmmmm Â¬ notwithstanding tho Committees re ishing from the earth the shades of pa BRANDENBURG port Tho bill Is an amendment exganism infidelity and unbelief The empting from fine iiersons who sell liqWEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28 189 Tim McAullfu Jr was in town hut spread of the gospel throughout the earth uor to inebriates without having been Saturday Is the pn pent duty of the church and requested not to do so by tho wife or We look back now up Mrs Geo Caperko spent last week in all her children sumo near relative on history ns related to tho Jowp ami Louisville Both Houses adjourned till Friday wonder why thi y persisted In straying Miss Iula Lewis attended church at from morning becauso of Thursday being a the God of their fathers and yet Guston last Sunday holiday theso same prophecies have a meaning THE SENATE Miss Claudia Willi is with her sister for ui and the duty rests with us of ex Â¬ Thn Work of tho Logislaturo Quiot Friday Feb 21 -- A light attendance Mrs Win Ilewley tending the bounds of Christs Kingdom all around to day ly Procoods Noarlng tlio Miss Jennie Hardin is visiting friends till every form of ftlse religion and In Tno Senato to day passed n substitute in tho Irvington neighborhood fidelity is subdued Iu two ways can we Final End for tho hilt which abolished tho State Bob Yorcmcn his light guitar and his perform this duty to Insure success they Doard of Equalization Tho substitute barotonc must go together viz prayer and almsaro back in Owcneboro was so amended that it provides for a giving Prayer for the xtension of tho Mrs James Bland and Mrs Dr Wells to Sound meeting of tho Board onco in four years The Mombors Got Down church may bo offered by all It is The Board will have no jurisdiction over attended tho Swan Hunt wedding last offered constantly in public services and Deliboration and tho Groat Wednesday personal property is a proper themo for prlvato prayer Mrs D W Lewis has suffered for some Almsgiving for missionary Rush Is Over The bill which empowers physicians work is the tffaCt as druggists was killed This act- Â¬ time from catarrh of tho head She is duty of all for sho has her missions iu ion is greatly to the satisfaction of drug better at this writing all parts of the globe The responsibili- Â¬ Catlettsburg and Pineville Want to gists all over tho State It is to tho Mrs Xnnnctte Willis of Louisville ty for this work throughout the world tireless working of Senator Carpenter and her little daughter are visitors to tho rests equally upon the church A press Change Positions Bat the who is a practical druggist that the de family of Mr James I cwis ing call reaches us from Japan China Solons Object feat of the bill may bo attributed I was glad to receive Miss Eva Keaglys Liberia and llnyti All these and others Tho death of the sou of Senator Good subscription for tho News Would be it is tho bouuden duty of tho Christian loo was announced and a resolution of glad to have others to do likewise churches to support help bear the burMore Bills Introduced Notwithstandsympathy was adopted by a rising vote Mr Mahans house was burglarized den Our little baud here to extend Senator Hodges introduced a bill ing the fact That They Cannot Tuesday night Some money with a their influence and iiecd the far off cries which reclasses the cities and towns of practice self denial and spend less in Get Through silver watch and chain were taken the whole State dress and frivolities A reward is prom Â¬ Miss Mary Pusey Hampton College THE HOUSE ised them Mr May introduced spent the 2ii at home Her mother re Friday Feb 2 EASY a bill in tho House to day which pro- turned with her enroiite to Lebanon Wo believo that every case of pulmo Â¬ DIVORCE MADE vides that if a man fails to support a Ky nary disease if treated in time may bo wifo for one year this shall be sufficient Notwithstanding the snow storm last relieved and cured by Ayers Cherry grounds lor divorce and the wifo is Sunday tho faithful ministers of the Pectoral Fiunkfort Kv Feb 10 Special given all the household goods in such Catholic and Raptist churches filled their Prof Haywards bill which makes it a instances GARRETT pulpits Jelony to slioot or throw stones into a The bill which relates to taxing the Some items from the lower bottom passenger train passed the Senate to day Mr Joe Sanders of Ekron was here franchises of industrial and domestic reached mo last week too late for publi- Â¬ as amended by the House Friday institutions was reported adversely by A bill authorizing Commonwealths cation Im always glad to receive news committee yesterday but owing to There has been a few cases of measles Attorneys to collect a fee of o from de Â¬ the and please send not later than Sunday the eloquent pleading of Mr Saunders in town fendants in cases where judgement Tho Misses Lewis attended the the author of tho bill it was carried to a Mr and Mrs D S Roberts of Ekron amounts to less than 50 was passed Hatchet Party given by Miss Eva Car second reading to day were in town Sunday Tliis afternoon tho Senate devoted Mr Graham the Populist member riga The prizes were handsome and the most of its time to discussing tho Mc Rob Sliackiett went to Brandenburg who overdrew his mileage and was occasion was in keeping with all of Miss Perinott election bill which was passed Thursday on business Evas pleasant entertainments resmade return the same introduced a with several amendments Henry Jones candidtae for Sheriff was Percy Young and his friend Mr Dick which mentions that members of Tho new game law was alsopassed It olution tho last Legislature overdrew their Brown came down to spend tho 22d here one day this week is much the same as the existing law mileage and stationery and asks the Percy has finished bis course a I Weavers Miss Dora Funk is visiting her aunt with the exception that gray squirrels Treasurer to furnish the House with tan College and will remain here with his Mrs Ijuie of Garnettsvillo may be killed at any time without viola mother till he secures a position account of such expenses Mrs Laura Bureh gave asocial Friday For this lit- Â¬ itemied tint any statute provision A second reading was given to Mr Bro Cherry has all the religious fervor night in honor of Miss Wales tle pest there is no protection The wise Charltons bill relating to tho organiza- of Roger Williams just as bold and fearMiss Maud Wales of Illinois is visit Â¬ solons seem to think that his depreda Â¬ of Athletic Clubs notwithstanding less but without that overbearing spirit ing her aunt Mrs Laura Burch tions on growing crops make liiui a fit tion had reported history records Gentle and persuastarget for the sportsmans rifle at any time the fact that the Committee Miss Laura Sliackiett is visiting her it adversely Mr Charlton stated that ive instead of eager coercion How in the year the bill did not contemplate the holding could any one misconstrue his call for cousin Miss Neaus near Salem tub nousn Mr W W Miles who has been quite of prize fights aid on the chairs in behalf of the church Monday Feb The House scarcely A few bills were passed at tho after- Â¬ He simply made pleasant suggestions iu sick is improving at this writing had a quorum to day and but little busi noon session but none wero of general ids earnest zeal Tho chairstire ordered Mr Phon Rhodes of Brandenburg ness was done importance ho was a liberal contributor Everyboby was in town Wednesday on business Mr Finley a Republican from Whit- Â¬ THE SENATE Miss Buckler and Mrs Annio Funk ney county moved that the rules be sus Â¬ Saturday Feb 24 A bill was intro Â¬ is welcome to come and take a chair no pended that the bill to change Pineville duced by Mr Hays for the benefit of tho matter if lie or she has never contribut- Â¬ were visiting in Garnettsville this week from a fourth to a fith class city might be Filson club S P Woolfolk candidate for County It provides for furnishing ed a nickle F Lahertys views on reading and Judge was shaking hands with the boys taken up The motion carried by a the Club witli duplicates of books publish small majority and the discission bo ed by the Stateand of all booksjsent in dup- Â¬ books in Messenger recently were hero Widncsday gan The debate was warm and spirited licate fiom other States There seems to accepted as first class Apropos to the Quite a number of the young folks Tho Democrats intimated that it was a bo no opposition to the bill and it may subject of guiding the young iu a choice met at Mr Blairs Wednesday night and of books several amusing incidents pres enoyed the social move intended to put Republicans in go through before the final adjournment olIhCH now being tilled by Democrats The bill allowing the Fiscal Court to ent themselves One fond parent relates Several of the boys gave n willing hand and that Pineville was worthy of that appropriate any surplus fund on hand the precocity of a cliibl of ten being in at the rail splitting at Mr Blairs They of fourth class xs Miserables tread also enjoyed The bill was finally for the purpose of improving county terested in the nice dinner and supper lightly for fear of interrupting the menmade a special order for March 12 roads was passed fixed by Mrs Illuir tal effort French literature may not prove This kills it as the session closes The bill authorizing counties to re on tho MOth and a special order move stagnant water and reclaim swamp deleterious Another scion of a wonder- Â¬ NEW BETHEL ful generation is poring over Miltons will get no show after the eleventh as it lands for the benefit of public health Paradiso Lost takes all of that time for a bill to gc was passed Wonder how much is Weather is fine for the time of year through The bill designating who are eligible digested of the English Epic Lets send Tho sick in this vicinity are improv- Â¬ TIIK SENATE to hold office in cities of tho fifth class them poor Old Robinson Crusoe for n ing Tuesday Feb 20 Mr Pughs bill re was also passed It provides that Coun change and a relief to an overtaxed Mr J M H accompanied Miss B L luting to the assessment of railroad taxes cilincn shall be property holders and brain Children of a larger growth must was advanced in the Senate by a reading that a Marshal may be selected from the read to assimilate and what is interest- Â¬ II home Sunday Mr Irvin Barnes was at prayer-meetin- g ing digestible to some minds will satiate to day county at Ilites Run Wednesday night The bill for the protection of fish was The bill providing that jurors Bitting and tire others A few very few good passed by the Senate after a warm dis- on a County Court jury shall be paid works by standard authors and writers Misses Bettio and Mabel Hendrick read carefully and attentively will do visited Miss Jennie Karnes last Sunday cussion Filibustering was resorted to the regular per diem was passed by tbu opponents of tho bill but by the A bill was passed providing that any more towards cultivating a pure taste and Mr Adran Hawkins and Mr Jackson extension of the session tho bill came to ono member of a banking corporation strengthening the memory than a library were tho guests of Miss Cora Jordan last a vote and carried by a good majority can mako reports required by law in of miscellaneous literature Reading Sunday This bill prohibits dynamiting and sein- stead of requiring an oath from each should bo classified and one should read Wo are very sorry to hear of the death with a definite object in view not for ing in all the waters of the state except member of the firm or corporation of Mr James Hiner but death is a bless Â¬ pastime but for self improvement and by the use of the small net used in catchThe Senate and House both adopted ed command wo all have to obey ing minnows for bait The Lilt also pro- Â¬ Weisingers resolution authorizing tho to remember tho incidents and tacts nar- Â¬ We have some items from McLean rated But ono thing F liberty says I vides that the informant of its violation Secretary of Stato to purchase 1500 shall receive 50 per cent of tho line in copies of tho Kentucky Statutes for the beg leave to differcverso widely with him county and would like somo from others viz Hardin Lalluo Grayson and Hart To exclude tho daily news or her the event of conviction These fines aro use of public officials THE HOUSE There was n sale at Mr Pat Carneys papers from our homes for dynamiting from 50 to 1000 and Why banish Saturday Feb 21 By a suspension of mo to Siberia at ence I appreciate our last Saturday which drew a very largo for seining from 20 to 50 Tho law will not apply to boundry streams or the rules the bill making Catlettsburg a county papers and think every house Â¬ crowd and good sales wero made Ho city of the fourth class instead of the hold should have them as weekly visit- Â¬ leaves in a few days for the territory private ones fifth class was taken up Mr Blair ors but they do not and can not take TIIK IIOlsE Will tho Glendeano correspondent Feb 20 Comparatively offered an amendment making Pineville tho place of a daily Tho atrocities iu phase tell me tho whereabouts of Miss Tuesday a city of the fifth class instead of the detail are counteracted by tho many Fannie Green formerly of Louisville nothing was douo in the House to day Tho Senate Industrial School bill was fourth This brought fortli a lengthy other topics political educational Sue taught several schools at Goshen favorably reported to tho House by tho discussion which resulted in the Pine- Â¬ scientific and religious art musicin our and I was ono of her pupils Please ville amendment being rejected and tho own and the old continent tiie lives the give somo information and oblige your Committee on Charitable institutions deeds of our great nen and women all sister correspondent Mr Hogans bill amending the Con- Â¬ Catlettsburg bill being recommitted Tho Conference Committee on tho this and more too tho daily papers furn Â¬ stitution so that a three fifths vote may GUSTON move tho State Capitol was favorably Local Option Bill and substitute report Â¬ ish us Give mo contact with tho outconsidered by tho Committee on Con- Â¬ ed unanimously in favor of MrQuIgleys side world Keep mo in touch with my Mr Butler of Paynesville visited substitute The report was adopted by fellow creatures The dailies alono can hero lost week stitutional Amendments a vote of 50 to I0 This leaves tho do it TIIK SENATE GuflTabortho veterinary surgeon was Juigly bill which passed tho House Wednesday Feb 21 Senator Weis Tho Young Peoples Missionary Soci- Â¬ in town Saturday inger introduced a resolution providing last week still in force Miss ety was announced to meet last Friday Jarboc of Fordsville is vis Two bills of little importance was night for the purchase of 1500 copies of tho Four members responded to the iting Mrs C O Bowley Harbour and Carroll Revised Statutes for passed and the House adjourned till call As it was a meeting to elect Mr Jas Meador of Davis Co is visit- Â¬ EMS tho use of Stato officials and members of Monday officers it was especially to bo regretted ing in tho neighborhood x tho General Assembly Miss Jen Hardin of Brandenburg is Torpidity of the liver and disorders of And to induce tho members and others Mr Charltons bill providing for the the stomach and bowels cause headache to think along this line Miss Nellie visiting at Mrs Munfords protection of labels was passed by a unan Â¬ and tho failure of all desiro for food Lewis an ardent advocate of foreign mis Mr Bryan representing Baldwin Pi- Â¬ imous vote Ayers Cathartic Pills stimulate the ac Â¬ sions irna uskcu lor an arncio iroin my ano Co was in town last week TIIK HOUSE tion of tho stomach liver and bowels feeble pen Malachos prophecy shows Mr Ovorstreet our ablopastor preach Wednesday Feb 21 Tho IIouso pass cure headache and restore the appetite that tho Catholitcity of tho church in ed two splendid sermons Sunday ed tho Weisinger bill providing for tho eludes all nations It is in fact a marked Miss Lillie McGlothlan of Irvington increase of tho salaries of the Judges of characteristic After ho denounces tho visited Miss Clara Adklason STRUCK ON HAWES Friday Court of Appeals from 1000 to 5000 a laxity of tho prlctts who served in tho Mr W S Morrison of Hawcsvllle year and it is now ready for tho Govern- A Frankfort Lady Wishes to Keep temple ho records that prophecy that ors signature acceptable worship prefigured by tho visited at the Munford mansion Sunday the Hancock Representatives Mr David Hardaway of Buwleyvilie The bill taxing peddlers was also pass Â¬ incense should be offered to God in Clothing in Repair fs visiting his cousin Hugh Hardaway ed every placo Among the Gentiles Henry T Stanton in sizing up a few Now dont you know this began to bo Tho bill opening tho question of Georgo Lyddan just will come hero to capitol removal was referred to tho public men in tho Louisville Post last fulfililed when the Gentile wiso men church every fourth Sunday Who can Committee on Library and Public Duild Friday has this to say about R E the magi knelt before tho infant Sav- Â¬ toll mo why ings Tho bill had been reported favor Ilawes tho Hancock Representative iour and presented their gifts It re Â¬ Misses Eula Stitli and Clara Jordan ably by tho Committee on Constitutional Mr Hawes of Hancock is qulto a ceived additional fulfillment when tho of Ilowlcyvillc wero hero shopping ono Amendments youthful looking member of the AsÂ¬ Gontlio converts wero gathered into the day last wcuk The Johnson bill relating to tho sale of sembly and it is natural that ho should church through the ministration of St Miss Lula Lewis has returned to her weapons was reported adversely by tho bo mistaken for a boy At ono of tho Paul und others Now isnt our own homo in Biandenburg after paying a Committee Frankfort hostelries a fow evenings since membership in Gods church included in plcawut visit to Miss Eva Carrigan Tho Senates amendments to tho Reck a kind hearted Christian lady who al- Â¬ that prophecy Is tho fulfillment com Mr E E Hardaway is home from iter bill relating to tho property rights of though married was herself quite youth- Â¬ plete until tho missionary labor of tho wifo was not concurred in ful approached htm and said with ba church ure everywhere successful in ban Louisville where he went to act as best husband and inanattho marriugoof ono of his bro- Â¬ by tho House and a Confoienco Com Â¬ novolenco and sympathy gleaming from i ther firemen of both Houses was appointed to her bright eyes My little fellow if mittee Dr Rosolle of Louisville is talking of your trowsers should need any buttons adjust tho differences locating here I wonder what we will Mr Quiglys local option failed to meet or patches or any of your clothing need Children Cry for Pitciiors Castorja do with two Doctors or rather what with approval in the Senate and tho repairing just come to mo and I will at- Â¬ will they do with us and then House would not accept tho Miller sub- Â¬ tend to them with pleasure How do you liko your posi Â¬ When Bab was tick wo cto for Catori stitute so a Conference Commltteo was she added TheWaihington or Hatchet party When lb u a Child tho cried for CastorU tion as a page Thank you inudam appointed to try to adjust matters given by Miss Eva Carrigan Thursday The Barttnan bill was reported adverse Â¬ was tho reply but I am not a page I When ths became Ml iho clung to Castoris evening proved to he a most enjoyable ly by tho Commltteo on Criminal Law am a Representative and my wifo usual When sho had Children the fare them Qui oris affair It could not have been other- Â¬ but it was advanced to a second reading ly looks after my wearing apparel wise with such a hostess Â¬ 1 Â¬ Breckenridge News FOUND A FLOATER for the Lxait Monrjr TheDrttShOM J R Mitchell Â¬ WITHOUTBUSTLE Jr While Daok Hunting at Flint Island Runs Upon a Dead Body m aBliI 1 WW 3 SHOE 35 4 and GO i I DGUGU FOR GENTLEMEN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MooiEvviirE Kv Feb 21 Special J R Mitchell Jr while duck hunting at Flint Island today fntin I the body of ft dead nun ll luting In the Ohio river Mitchell was alone iu n skill but not withstanding the fact that ho is nothing but a boy he tied n rope to tho corpse and towed it to tho Kentucky shore The fact of the find will bo reported to the proper authorities this afternoon A slight examination revealed nothing by which tho mans identity might bo known Tho body is in an advanced stato of decomposition The clothing is nearly all rotted a way and somo of his fingers are gone He has on n pair of brogan shoes Tiro citiz ns hero think that perhaps he is one of the victims of the Louisville and Jeffersouvillj bridge disaster Lateu Our r gular Union Starcom s pondent Inforjis us that Squire R B Cox of that place held an inquest over the re Â¬ mains of tho deadbody and that the jury decided that tho deceased had come to his death from some unknown cause thought to have been drowned Noth ing was found that would lead to an identification The body was wrapped in a nice coun terpane furnished by Mrs Mitchell mother of tho boy who found it and was buried at the foot of tho island Â¬ fit CP vi IV T nfllWix K I vtflk VaeM 3 360 Dross Shoo Pollco Shoo 3 Solcc 200 2for Worklngmcrj 2 and SI 75 for Boys LADIES w-v ofTere Â¬ 3 KB r- - fflm n - MMT n XWL S-- AND MISSES 3 S2C0 T au moe c Lqi Mdiifrf 13 thiw t 1 flU HFCr eV HD t5tvij4ij-v-kJSpi KfflasggSB - O s owns YJSka CAUTION If nny ilcntrr you W I DourIbs hoes at a reiiuceu irlrr or aj Ho hne mem nunoat inn nnmo einniiienr i unttotn put run down as a fraud 2 17 r L DOUGLAS Shoes arc stvlfsh easy fittlnc and clvc better satisfaction at the nrlccs advertised than anv other make Trv one nalr and bo con vinced The stamping of W L Douglas name and price on the bottom KMcii guarantees their value saves thousands of dollars annually to those who wear tfiem Dealers who push the sale of V L Douglas Shoes gain customers which helps to Increase the sales on their full tine of goods They enn nHonl to sell lit a lees protili tnu vro DeneTo you can mtq manrj dj nujinsr nil your roorwenr or inn ueairr nurci tttea dio uatalogue iree upon application w I DOUQLAS Brockton mass W H BOWMER SON CLOVERPORT KY A DUTSCHKE WITH -- WHITE DTnsrEBRSOK FALLS CITY TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO Keep Salvation Oil in the gymnasium It is a soverlgn remedy for cuts strains bruises and sprains to which acrobats and athletes are Jiable at all times It is tho greatest cure on earth for pain oc Main St bet Ninth Tenth - Louisville Ky IRVINGTON Mr Caun Bland has moved to the Falls of Rough Mrs Ellen BisliolT is very sick at her daughters Mrs Alary Walls Nick Henry thinks that no body carries tticorrcct time but him Mr Geo W Bishoff went to Hardins burg Thursday to attend his trial It is thought there will bo another wedding close to Irvington real soon The negroes of Irvington dont like the Jim Crow They walk beforo they rido tho Crow Little Charlie Western son of James and Laura Western has been very sick but is improving Mr Pearl Carr says onco every two weeks is often enough to go and see his girl this bad weather Mr Geo Bishoffand wife have sepa- Â¬ rated and site has gone to Milon Mis- Â¬ souri where her mother lives Mr and Mrs Dave BishofT and Mr and Airs T BishofT all of Guston were called to the bed side of their sick mother Miss Bettio Bishoff will leave for Louisville the 22 to spend a few weeks with Miss Nannie Walls and Miss Bessie Sum mors Liberal Advances Four Months Free Storage Special Attention to Private Sales Ekron Qossiper Judge your neighbor as you wish to be judged Women gather nt places and some one sutlers from it Gosslpers Yes plenty of then in a little railroad town prying and peeping around trying to et something disgrace- Â¬ ful to Ray about some good woman who stays at horn i and attends to her own afÂ¬ Â¬ UNION STAR Miss Augeiine Ienix left last week for Yelvington whero sho expects to reside in the future Mrs I S Itichardson returned homo Saturday from an extended visit to rela tives in Hardinsburg Mrs Sarah Itruner and son nro visiting friends near Preston Mr Geo Cox ami bride returned homo last week and will make their homo iu Union Star Mr and Mrs Will McICnight of Lou- Â¬ isville returned homo Thursday after nn extended visit to relatives here Quite a number of weddings in our midst soon und more to follow very Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fairs 1 Why did our Heavenly father make Â¬ ltunning some women so treacherous from place to place trying to find out something and telling what they heard and if one should ask them who told them they would say Why I have forgotten who told me but I heard it the and then probably they other day never heard anything of the kind and just wanted to start somo disgraceful re- Â¬ mark about eoiiio good woman they though was prospering in this woild moro than they wero Tho bible speaks of tho live wiso and the five foolish One would think if they visited the little town of Kkron once that there wero fivo timis fifty five foolish aud a precious few wise ones at least they to not show their wiso qualities by gossiping about somo one far their superior When any one goes to speak disgrace- Â¬ fully about a woman only think one moment how much truth is in tho old Judge your neighbor as you proverb wish to be judged and if you had any feelings you would drive it back into your wicked heart and keep your envious remarks to yourself Some Old long tongued gosslppers never think of the old saying Think twice beforo you speak once but just blab out something that may throw a dark shadow over some womans life and her character 1b trod under foot That is all she has and when it is taken from her she has lost all We all have a thousand enemies w here wo only have ono friend and oh the day lias come wo never know who our friends areas there is so much deceit and envoy in some human bodies that perhaps they may speak well of you to day aud to morrow the meanest thing they can say Is too gopd A woman need not expect any bettor name than gossipper if sho never stays at home but runs from house to house and gathers all tho news and goes back to her regular loafing place and tells the audieuco of ten of ilfteon women what she has heard but dint you tell it Sure wo will not tell it but O gossipers you may not think that ono of your twin sisters willtell it but she will and it will bo euro to get back to the woman who was tho topic of your con- Â¬ versation It is n splendid idea to never tell any thing if you aro not going to tell your author as it will to a certain extent full on your shoulders and you will bo ex- Â¬ posed to tho wide world somo day as be- Â¬ ing ono of nothing but fatso Now dear friends this is only meant for tho ones that uro guilty gf tho deeds mentioned above Â¬ Â¬ soon Mr Newsom Gardner left Saturday for where ho will attend S school Harditibburg Â¬ Â¬ Miss Eva SCashman went to Stephens port Monday to enter school under Mr J O Cunningham Â¬ Â¬ SAMPLE V KIRK Another good rain Saturday Born to the aire of L E Rhodes the 13th a twelve pound boy Mr Demin Sherran was the guest of Miss Lcla Jolly last Sunday Miss Julia Cooms was visiting Miss Lela Jolly and Clara Crews last week Miss Lela Jolly and Lena McGary at- Â¬ tended church at Hardinsburg Sunday Miss Tula Lewis of Cloverport is vis Â¬ iting her aunt Mrs Frank McGary of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ this place Master Johnnie McGary was the guest of his aunt Mrs Thomas Lewis of Clo- Â¬ verport last woek School closes hero February 7 after a session of five months teacher Mr Warren May Every ono likes Mr May and we hope ho will come back again Â¬ The snow measured eleven iuehts on a level here this morning Mrs 13 Connor went to Rome Friday Two men with a bear passed through hero Thursday they wero going Kast Mr arid Mrs Miller wero visiting Mr jw and Mrs Eugene Connor Sunday Messrs J W Hunter and Clovii Walls were guctts of the Misses French V- Sunday Tho fine stallion Crystal owned by Thos Squirts and Milt Miller died Thursday night Mr Arthur Muttingly was tho guest of Mis3 Addie Jolly Sunday evening Mr Will Kroush and Miss Lishea Wheeler of Uniou Star eauio here nnd took the West bound train for Cnnnelton Thursday nnd wero married in Cannel ton last Thursday evening We wish them a joyous and happy life Ml MOOLEYVILLE Mr Ililory Greenwell of Meade county near this place departed this life Januory 7 Ho was a member of tho Roman Catholic church and received nil its rights Ho leaves a wife and several children and n host of friends Geo Egart Son Co aro preparing to make whisky at thn Little Dixie dis Â¬ tillery It will not have the wido repu tation that Davhts county sour mash lias but it will bo equally as puro and Â¬ MrJohnnio Rhodes Iowa who has Â¬ been visiting relations for three months returned to Cloverport Monday where he will remain a few daysand from there go to his home Messrs Nelson and John Jolly Bobby McGary and Miss Lela Jolly of Mc Quady and Miss Tula Lewis and Mr Johnuio were tho guests of Miss Lena McGary Sunday SlbBS33SS5a535HSH5ii5Ei5Sj good Â¬ - Germeuer Cures La Grippe La Grippe Is again In the Und claiming thousands of victims overy day Meet the enemy when he first attacks you Mr Sam T Elder reports that the fruit in tho Chenault bottom is all right yet and if ho gets tho crop that his trees promise now he will mako moro money than his farm would moke iu nny other crop even if ho sells at twenty five cents a barrel distillery prices Wheat is looking remarkably well in thisiu ighborbood y Â¬ Ireston StilT goes to tho table now with a baby on each knee both tho same age Â¬ Royal Qermetuer thing with whloh to fight the monster 8tay In tho house nnd tftko teaspoonful of Royal Germetuer In a teacup of hot wa- Â¬ ter every hour a little sugar makes It pleasant as lemonade It will reduce the fever arid stop the pain quicker than any other remedy and no doubt save you weeks of agony and loss of time Thousands have tried it and praise its virtues is the Control tucr Cough Syrup metuer Pills Cough with dcrme Qer- Â¬ Keep bowels open with Kings Royal Germetuer JVrxAJTAt OA Co Druggists or will be sent pre Â¬ paid on receipt pf price by us Itoyal Germetuer 100 bottle ex for 600 Germetuer Pills B0 in vial Mo Qermetuer Cough Syrup 60pf Qermetuer Remedies for sale by Neverbo without Mr Chas Yisscher FALLS OF ROUGH Lincoln Avo Springfield O writes Five doses of Dr Hulls Cough Syrup Weather is cold there is prospect of cured mo of a severe cough I shall al Â¬ getting ice to put up yet ways keop It Mumps Is raging in this vicinity Mr Willis Green has tho Lagrippe EKRON Mrs Lafo Green went to Louisvillo Sam 1 Cox of Stephensport was in last weok to visit relatives and friend town Monday the guest of his brother Misses Lillie and Tillie Stono wero tho Z T Cox guests of Miss Ireno Jewels last Thurs S J Drown wont to Stophcnsport Sun Â¬ dayoveniDg day to visit his parents Mr Fen will give Iter Judson Willett was iu town Mon- Â¬ Social the latt of tho young pei pie a the wet k day tho guest of his son Or J Max WIU Mr Sam Morgan was the guista or5 lott Mlsa Jenule Davison Sunday D 8 lloberts wont to Louisville Wed Mr Frank Doll was tho guest of Miss nesday Dello Davison Sunday J K Uratnlett and wife and little son Mr John Drown of Hardinsburg was Master Haden returned home Wednes Â¬ day from Alton Ind where they havo tho guest of Miss Lillie Stone Sunday Mifs Irene Jewels is visiting horslsfer been for somo time visiting Mrs Dram Mrs Oliver this week letts parents Mr A ford Poll is confined tn liU 11 Mr Tlioa Drown of Fayncsvlllp went with consumtion to Louisville Friday rs Slain has tho Lagrippe The party at Mr E W Richardsons on last Monday night was well attended Miss Allico LItsy is teaching schoel at and enjoyed by all his nlace f 44 Â¬ 1 Jk - i i - f AjuVfcf Fofct jAilJtA J THE m mOKKMRIDGcHX NEWS GLOVEXRPORT KY MrC Ament has gono to Elizabeth OGLESBYS STOCK SALE town to attend tho marriage of bis i nillMAKYLS WKDNlvSDAY 18UI brother Mr Arthur Ament to Mitts Brook tresap The wedding occurs today A Largo Crowd of People Present LOCAL BREVITIES Orville and James Skillmau nn I Will and Things Sell at Passably Bowmer attended the Oceoln club ball Goad Prices Merrily In lis mo riiiin at Owensboro last Thursday night They report na having had a cplendid llini llrls niul linys ire sIiikImk Meirlly on thoy yrn A rouplc of little wlinnl glils wtiewcn Notwithstanding tho cold and disa Hint II nuver walking down Elm Mreetyesteiday nfter Oer tlio bcautl greeable day tho snle nt Oglesbys farm do In the world noon laughing and they escaped with Â¬ last Satnrday was well attended The An old paying that can not bo moro appropriately applied out being nrrcfted Now ninplo stijjnr Snors Wbero was the bidding at times was Nplrlcd and tho Marshal V iahmnns Ycnst Suiters prices wire satisfactory All tho cows than to tho customers of JULIUS WINTER CO southeast tk Dave Henry Green Bandy J L Hen Â¬ nnd heifers were registered Holstelns lnpt retts In nil colors Itnlibngen corner Third and Market streets Louisville Ky Our loss is ry Dr Foote Win Bnsktrtt and Sash nnd wo give below a list of the pales and Nice now stationery nt ISnbbnges your gain Although we have heen selling at nn exceedingly Simmons of Irvington and vicinity were tho ptices paid Now lino of bnmtnocks llabbagos in tho city last Saturday attending the Ono aged cow to Cnlcb Hnwkins Clolow price our stock of Winter Clothing is still largo and must be Try our select 10 cent tens Oglesby stock sale verport 10 one cow to D C Stiff reduced In order to do this wo have again inserted tho knife Uutter benns pens bomlny Sulzers The citizens of Cloverport have some Union Star 5025 ono cow to Walker nnd so deep that tho cost prico is sadly disfigured and entirely Pure Mnplosugir nt tho City Bakery liberties left yet the church bells were Board Holt 4850 ono cow to Virgil tolled yesterday during tho funeral of Hardin Holt 40 ono cow to Lcn Cash Teas Miller went to Louisville yestei unrecognizable HEAVYWEIGHT OVERCOATS LIGHT Mr Wedding without molestation by man Preston 50 ono cow to Harrison day WEIGHT OVERCOATS SUITS for Men and Boys PANTA- Â¬ Dellaven Holt 40 ono cow to It C the Marshal Mrs S S Wat kins is visiting hi Owens 4l50 ono cow to Ed LOONS lite all havo suffered It 0 Smith nnd brother of Poidsvllle Mattingly YOU CAN SAVE MONEY boro 10 one cow to Brasbear llawesvllle worn in tho city Saturday and Sundny by buying now and laying your purchase aside for next Winter Ol Mattingly Is In Owensboro on busi 50 ono cow to They were nstrido of two as lino snddlo It C Smith Fordsvllle ness horses as havo pranced tho streets of B M Ilice 15 Ono heifer to Walker REMEMBER THE PLAO- E21 Board Holt ono heifer to J J Nico lino of pens nnd pencils Hab Cloverport for many n day Friel Victoria 2325 ono helfor to bagoV After the first of March there will bo n James Crow 2025 one heifer to Miko Tin1 Texas pay car was in tho city last dally mall service from Irvington via of TIerney 1525 ono heifer to U F night Bcwloyvlllo and Itosetta to Custer Cooney 1050 pyroot This will put tho News In every post Thlslshard weather on tho The horses were grado Normans and Ing candidates oIUcb In Breckenridgo county tho same Corner Third Market they went as follows Use Ileins preMrvcs beet on tho day that it is published 120 One gray maro to E B Oglesby market Sulzers J W Itlcbey is thinking of becoming ono bay horse 115 ono bay mare 100 LOUISVILLE KY Miss Jennio Wnrfleltl is still visiting n candidate for County Court Clerk in ono gray mare M Friel 10150 ono Hancock county though ho has not gray horse Sam Dean 81 ono gray in Ilardlnsburg Claud Brnsbear of Union Stnr was In positively declared himself yet ShouldJ horso to B F Cooney 10550 ono bay ho become a candidate Hancock may mare to M T Salmon 70 one bay tho city Saturday havo a Democratic primary or conven- Â¬ maro to Caleb Hawkins 110 ono gray rolled oats Oatmpal cracked wheat tion mare to Wick Owen 82 ono horse colt and rice Sulzcrs Felix Carter shipped two hogsheads to Wm Allen 18 Krnest Robertson of Olendeane was of tobacco to the Now Enterprise House Ono pair of largo black mules sold to in tho city Saturday In Iouisille last week and will ship W J Ilelwig for 285 one pair of mules Jr Cottrell lecturtd in llebbuds eight or ton moro this week Ho bits to John Knight 201 75 one pair villo Saturday night some I2 inch leaf for which ho expects mules to Fred Fox 18 to New box stationery 10 cents to CO to get a price well up into the teens A considerable amount of agricultural cents a box Babbagcs Miss Tula Lewis who has been visit- Â¬ implements sold at very low prices will sell Babbage tho leader in neckwear ing relatives at Jollys Station returned Tho proceeds of the entire salo aggre Â¬ latest designs anil shapes homo Monday accompanied by Miss gated 2500 O NOTTS Mrs li M Jolly of Louisville is re- Â¬ Lola Jolly and Mr John Rhodes Tho homo of Mr Ithodcs is in Iowa and ho ill Dr It L Newsom was the clerk ported to bo dangerously G will return to that State in a few days Hon W E Minor cried the sale Hon Will Miller of Hardinsburg A prty of young folks rigged up a went to Owonsboro Sunday Every business in town was benefitted 6 The river will probably take another sleigh Monday night and took in tho by the sale town sleigh riding Tho merry jinglo of small rise as this snow melts Both trains put off large crowds near tho bells and the happy laughter of guest the Oglesby barns Miss Bush pf Hawesvillc is tho youth as it rang out upon tho crisp air of her sister Mrs G W Boyd The lunch was nico and abundant and showed that they were enjojing them Mr William Hall of Webster is tho selves and the fires burned brighter on enjoyed by all free of charge is guest of his family in this city The irrepressible candidate was tbeie the heart lis at home because of it Joy Â¬ in number getting in his work Miss Lalnyetto Lalloist has returned ous aro tho sports of youth from her visit in Hnrdinsburg Everybody admired the exquisite The cattle receipts in Louisville last Born to the wife of George Pate Feb week were 910 head bulk of them very arrangement of the Oglesby farm 221 a bouncing 12 pound boy common to fair A few loads of good Ed Oglesby never grioves over spilt Mr George Mullen of Owensboro is cattle All grades except extra feeders milk Too many cows in his barn for in 15 to 20 cents lower with about 200 head that at homo on a visit to his parents left over unsold Hog receipts 4721 When you havo anything for sale ad Â¬ Miss Bettio Ilambleton of Lowisport head Market dull and lower all round vertise it Oglesby advertised in tho h tho guest of Mrs B II llaynes Best packers 50 to 505 About all BitHCKExniDOE News T C Blanford has moved his fnniily sold but market closed weak Clarence Sterette of tho Hancock back to Owensboro from Kvansvillc IIARDINSRURG KY lisv J B Cottrell D D lectured to Clarion was mixing in tho crowd in the Jtrscy butter crackers put up in neat a largo audience at the Methodist lecture interest of his neat little paper one pound drums at tho City Bakery room last nlght Dr Kelly introduced People were there from Daviess HanA number of tho boys nro having Henry M Howard of Connelton Ind HUES RUN him with some just eulogy Dr Cot- Â¬ friendship quilts made They surely nttended the Olesby sale last Saturday trell lectured for an hour nnd a quarter cock Grayson Ohio Hardin and Meade counties in this State while Perry coun- Â¬ mean business Curry Powder prevents colic or indi Ho held the rapt attention of his audi Items aro scarce ty Indiana was well represented Willie Furrow spent Saturday and gestiou from eating vegetables SuUsrs enco with his preentation of Itazor Still plenty of snow Sunday in Cloverport with his uncle Dr Foote of Irvington camo down Ills flights of eloquenco were invita- Strops New stylo visiting cards and Farmers aro still burning plant beds Wayman Furrow especially to see how Oglesby ran a tion cards envelopes to match Bab Â¬ beautiful and his spontaneous outbursts Mr Charlie Furrow is on the sick list Did you know that Forest had made a farm Tho doctor is going into tho of wit brought down tho house Many dairy Â¬ School will close at this place Tues trade bagcs Boys it is the latest style to same business and ho wanted to see if day Tho lectures in tho Catholic church expressed themselves sorry when ho he could catch an economical idea trado sweethearts closed Owensboro Messenger Â¬ It takes Will Furrow to go duck bunt every Wednesday night are growing in Will Fransmaa has gono to Newport ing interest Somebody over tho way is singing Oh IT WAS VERY TIIGE Jungling Harris lien Bates will start to Illinois Monday Willie comoback Master Johnio MjGiry of Kirk was The Jungling Harris wedding lust night When Dick Burdett goes to buy a calf the guest of his aunt Mrs Thos Lewis Wednesday evening was a beautiful The Pupils of the High School Cover Sherman Wcatherholt left for Illinois bo always gets on the woodpile and last week affair and was witnessed by a largo per last Sunday Themselves With Glory on says Will Fido bito V All tho best brands of inks writing cent of the population of Cloverport Ben Bates visited his mother at Skill Messrs Kinmctt Bates and Dick Gilli Washingtons Day fluids and copying inks may bo had at Tho Elm street Methodist church was man last week land wero tho guests of Misses Nannie Babbages crowded almost to overflowing an hour Bon Bates was tho guest of Miss Klla and Susie Johnson Sunday Tho entertainment given by the pu- Â¬ If you want a good strong cup of coffee beforo the appointed time After the Mr Samuel Johison sent a cow and of tho Cloverport High school in Wagner Sunday something real good uso our Golden ceremony an imformal reception was pils commemoration of tho birth of Wash Tho snow will put the farmers be Â¬ calf to Louisville for which ho received given in honor of tho joyous eventat the Itio Sulzers 2415 cts clear of expenses ington were beautiful entertaining and hind with their work There Is no spring fever connected residenco of the brides parents Mr nnd Tho Persimmon Flat correspondent instructive Allen Jennings was the guest of Miss must bo out on tho wing looking for with tho weather wo have had for tho Mrs Geo Hairis This lasted till tho In tho afternoon and evening of tho Bettio Hawkins Sunday departure of tho west bound express past three days somo items Hunt all the news you can 22nd tho program as published lost Will Furrow was tho guest of Miss and dont quit writing Silver prunes cooking raisins Cali- Â¬ when the happy couplo left for Evans week was carried out to the letter Newton Sunday fornia pears currants peaches and cran Â¬ ville Ind tho homo of the groom They The rooms wero handsomely decorated LizIo will visit New Orleans nnd other South- Â¬ Notice Candidates berries Sulzers Mr Frank Mingus was the guest of ern cities beforo they return to Clover- Â¬ with flags and bunting and the Stars and Idela Voiles liwt Sunday Chairman D It Murray wishes all Tho Gom outing shirt wnrranted port their permanent home Stripes gracefully floated in tho breeze fast colors length 10 Inches price 50 Itlcbard Hawkins was tho guest of persons who desiro their names to go on from tho cupola of tho building tho poll book as candidates in tho Dem- Â¬ cents Babbages Tho entertainments on tho 22nd wero Miss Lula Chapin Sunday FINALLY GOT HIM assess Â¬ given in the Principals room by tho pu Mrs U G Hill returned from Hen Charlio Hawkins was tho guest of ocratic Primary to know that tho dollars incut on each Candidate is fifteen pils of that department and those of tho Miss Zoa Johnson Sunday derson Monday where sho has been on and it must bo paid to him on or beforo 23rd in tho room of tho First Assistant an extended visit Frank Bates of Cloverport attended tho 2Urd day of March which is fifttcn Jim Casey of Webster Drinks days beforo tho Primary election Miss Allen Tho entertainment conMrs L A Dix of near Stcphensport church at this place Sunday Quart of Apple Brandy And Candidates will do well not to forget sisted of appropriate selections and is visiting her daughter Mrs W II Itev Argabrlght filled his regular ap-Â¬ to send tho money and their names as patriotic music These wero all present- Â¬ Dies Courtney Owensboro at this placo Sunday they want them to go on tho Poll books ed in good style reflecting credit upon pointment Mr Murray For tho benefit of our many readers Mrs Bovio Baker of near Hardinsburg to both pupils and teachers Tho musical wo wish to inform them that it snowed Last Thursday nt Webster n friend training had been done by Miss Annie visited 0 L Johnson last week IiumlcruTiun Tor 0ebtfiuber furiously last Sunday proposed to pay for n quart of apple May and the perfect presentation of all Kfllo Frank of near Hardinsburg is Ellis island reports state that during Frank Boyd is making one of the best brandy if Jim Casey colored a man who tho songs showed that it had been dono visiting her uncle C L Johnson December thero wero landed 11203 im- Â¬ Ho was always dry would drink it at ono well nnd fastest guagers in tho service Of theso Italy brought tho A great many of tho Persimmon Flat migrants draft This proposition was just to is located at Uniontown largest number 3781 Theso brought Tho entertainments wero well attended people attended church hero Sunday with them 15081 Germany contribut- Â¬ Master Pitts Babbago wont to Louis- Â¬ Caseys hand and the liquor was bought by parents guardians sisters brothers Mrs Emma Smart of Cloverport is ed 1821 who brought 31020 Russia ville last Friday to leceive further treat Â¬ and swallowed and friends of tho pupils and tho satiscontributed 1402 who brought 10101 Strango to say Casoy showed no symp Â¬ factory smiles that graced tho comely visiting relatives in this neighborhood ment from his pbysicion Â¬ Miss Maggie Tin ins of Cloverport has Hungary camo next with 755 immi of Quartorly meeting Saturday and Sun- Â¬ toms being tho least inconvenienced cheeks of many mothers plainly said grants and 9221 Of the immigrants been visiting her sister Mrs L V 05 bad professions 3050 wero skilled day preaching Saturday nt 1 1 a in Dr by tho linmerise drink Ho went homo My child did well nnd I am happy as usual and retired nt his usual hour Tho occasion was a happy ono for all Chapin mechanics 4701 wero of miscellaneous S II Hall presiding older Next morning ho got up and after break Â¬ Miss Mattio Mattingly has returned occupations and 4470 had no occupaCharlie Lightfoot has not yet entered fast started out In tho afternoon bo and whilo these sweet faced dimple from a pleasant visit to fi lends in Meade tions Of tho total number 2455 could tho rnco for sheriff but he has soma in- was scon sitting in a fenco corner along cheeked children youths and maidens county neither read nor writo The number re- Â¬ wero lifting their voices in commemo- Â¬ clination In that direction turned was 117 tho road that leads from old Webster to ration or praiso of tho Father of their Wall Smith has returned from Owens- Â¬ Mrs Eliza Taylor and son Alfred of now Webster but tho man that saw him Â¬ A Lone Level Under the IticKlc Country thero wero moro than ono boro and expects to crop with his brothItosetln camo over Saturday to vIsitMrs thinking that ho was drunk did not dis- Â¬ moist oyo Any persons Interested in tho work of in tho audience er Jim Smith TayloYs mother Mrs Elvira Babbago turb him but passed on by Later in tho vessels which surveyed tho cable routo between Hawuii and tho Califor- Â¬ Easter coincstlils year on March 23th tho day other persons saw him and at- Â¬ Stockholders Meeting nia coast who would like to see tho sur Â¬ It will bo nearly a hundred years beforo tempted to arouse him but thoy dlscov Ci ovERronT Kv Feb 20 180b Tho vey mado by tho Thetis cah inspect tho it falls again so early and on tho sanio oed that ho was dead though tho body chart now In tho office of this paper y was still warm It was probably tho re- Â¬ annual meeting of tho Stockholders of date Thoy would bo surprised to seo how Manu- Â¬ action from tho qffects of tho liquor tho Cloverport Paving Brick show Doplotod Blood poor lovel tho oceanbed is so level asvery Mr J B Honsley of Hardinsburg ono facturing Co will bo held at tho oflico ot nourishment passod through tho city Sundy on route coupled with tho cold that killed him of tho officers remarked that If on dry the Breckenridgo Bank Cloverport Ky to Louisville to seo his sister Mrs It M Thoy aro signs of land a railroad train could run over a bad on Wednesday March 14th 1804 nt 1 An Old Resident Dead stretch of COO miles of tho bed nt assert Jolly Ancomla of CO miles an hour without tho grade Mr Mark Wedding soventy two years oclock p in at which time and place an G W Boyd moved yesterday Into tho Pacific Com being altered any where of age died of consumption at his homo election will bo hold for seven Directors houso on tho cornor of Houston and Sec Â¬ mercial Advertiser to servo during the onsulng year 1 oclock in this city at p in Sunday ond streets recently vacated by James A B Skiuman Secretary jmmmmmwmmmwmmmmmmtmr February 25 His remains were inter Â¬ A Hustling Postmaster Ilambleton red In tho Cloverport City cemetery yes Â¬ Tho postmaster of Lccompton Kan Canned peas boans corn tomatoes terday Interested in Mrs Sawyers Journey hasaunlquo lottcrhead on his station Â¬ peaches pears plums apples blackberery It reads United States of Amor Mr Wedding bad been In bad health Feb 25 Mn Em Evansvillk Isn ries apricots Gooseberries an I pine Â¬ for somo time and his death was not a ica Postofllce department W 8 Biuscll toe My time of subscription for tho postmaster general Local headquarters tho Croam of Cod llvor Oil apples Sulzers surprise to those who wero acquainted News expires tomorrow Plcaso con- Â¬ Lecompton Kan W It Smith post Â¬ with hypophosphltos on Curry Powder an udinlrablo produc- Â¬ with bis condition Ho bos beon a re tinue sending to me and tho first day master Stamps sold good to carry mail it tion from East India a fine flavored spectod citizen of Cloverport for many that I lay oft I will sond you tho money rlchos tho blood purifies tho matter to nil parts ot tho world Prompt seasoning for fish and gamo salads soups voire and his death Is regretted by many in a registered skin euros Antemla builds attention given to all business intrusted letter Dont miss send and rich dishes SuUera Putrontze friends Ho raised a family of four sons ing this weeks papor for I havo become up tho system Fhyiicians the to me City Star homo institutions Kansas Dr Simons fays there is ono well on who aro filling lucrativo and honorable interested in the overland journey to YOU It Jlit il iiiiM world ovor ondorso It tho hill that developed six coses of gen Â¬ positions in other parts of tho country California Or you are all worn otil really koo for nothing Yours Truly li ii iceneral leil Itr lry uine typhoid fevor last fall Tho water Ho leaves a widow to mourn tho loss of Dnt be deceived by Substitutes J V Am mtowxs mux MTTiiits a good husband I will euiti you and KUe a good appetite 8eld from this well is still being used Hell get the paper frspsrslb Scott powns N Y All DrJfilsta Li all dealers la mvdtclue 5 Breckenridge iews ammmmtM TIS AN ILL WIND THAT Ryf BLOWS NO ONE GOOD Â¬ snumurci We were Not Awarded a Because our goods were not on exhibition there but Vi I Â¬ Surd 5 1 Â¬ JULIUS WINTER and CO Sts Medal Clearance Sale In order at the our customers tell us that every article purchashed at our store has proven to be exactly as represented This indorsement we consider more valuable than a car load of medals and our constant aim will be to merit enduring confidence of our patrons Try a pound or two of our Chase Sanborns celebrated Coffee as a start- Â¬ ld reduce stock i until March 10th Best Prints at cts Ginghams Sea Island Cotton and all Cotton Goods at and below cost Worlds air ei you will like it a a sSssssgv r VrX m J US mmm 53 - m im vm f hi MV S CLOVERPORT KY Â¬ Do This a genuine bargain sale The goods must go Country produce or cash taken exchange You If you do 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 JAMES E GAILD2TEE Â¬ v The easy running OLIVER The Mule strong BRINLEY Mans Favorite The BLOUNT Tn ono Â¬ horse Plows we plcaso everybody Points and Polts for all If you run a We carry ii WW II i lliWI J1yfW1fprffTI MM -- rtzB8rmr Â¬ 7m -- safca xWBr I Ml SwSSeiW i ai i I m We can astonish you in that lin c and if you will come and look you will buy a BUGGY Â¬ B F BEARD DILLON Q n CO KY IIARDINSnUItG s Keep your eye on this 5T4 spot and you will r- ftkJX save money -- Â¬ LOOK AT THIS Â¬ Wo want to sell our Â¬ Â¬ X in mPsK Saddlery Us Harness Pale Faces ovorything Scotts Â¬ Emulsion Wo want to soil our COILAIIS Do you want a GOOD PAIR of Wo want to soil our CHECK LINES if so como nnd BACK BANDS seo what wo havo and you will buy Wo want to soil our Wo will soil you next Saturday TRACE CHAINS March 3d Wo want to soil our HAMES 10c Canned Tomatoes And to do this wo will givo you somo bargains if you will como and 10c Cannod Corn seo us boforo you buy olsowhero Canned Peaches 12Ac wo havo a full lino 2o por lb Hominy Call nnd seo us ON1J DAY ONLY Very Respectfully John P Haswell Son KY HARD1NSBURQ Â¬ JACK FOR SALE Two If llUckwllli allthe tyllh and hitclily will be three Jnuc 15 t poinU 14 lundi hgli wry bred lor further Informa Â¬ tion or particular rail on or adilrcta WILLIAM IIHAIU llarillniljurc Ky ol cr Thirty rcart leate on New Holland Coil Mlnctlnrludini hiirien three raulei and other riiulnmcnte i his mine I titualcd U mllea Weit of Oweniboro on UM I ft H and It in irood operatinK condition Iff imall Only rath payment will be necettary to secure trade balance will be taVen in coal lor further par Â¬ ticulars call on or address II OSIMMONS Owensboro Ky FOR SALE - effiRlBPBWIIlMaWM2 6 Highest of all i THE BRKGKKNRIDGE NElWS GLQYEIRPORT KY Leavening Power MllM Latest U S Govt Per oil RoYal m Breckenridge News 28 1891 Baking Powder rights of iabor and for thoso fair wages which constitute the full earnings of tho labor is tho strugglo for freedom and ngnint monopolies and restriction mid in the effort to cut down protection it I shall supimit is timidly lieglnnlng tho Wilson bill with nil my ability unit Yours very respect Â¬ nil my strength Tom L Joiivmin fully If all this seems iipologetic cnuso I believe that If the proptneil bill needs nny apology It Is to thoso who looked and voted for u thorough mid radical overhauling of our tnrifl sys tem not to thO inteietcd clmse who nre now denouncing the mensuru us n it Is be Wheatley yi 111abjjJMTi ABSOUUTELY PURE WKDNESDAY FKBKUAKY Â¬ Ad Valorem Duties TO SPECIFIC TAXES WHY WILSON PREFERS THEM The Latter Are at Variance With the Law of Equal Taxation Enormities Perpetrated by the McKinley Act In the Name of AMERICAN LABOR Neat to releasing from taxation ttio necessaries of lifo nnil tho necessaries of labor tlio most beneficent fenturoof tho tnriif bill is tho general substitution of ad valorem duties for tho specific du- Â¬ ties of tho existing law i5ut oven conceding that underval- Â¬ uations may nnd do occui with ml va- Â¬ lorem duties it may bo answered that they aro not ns gross or us hurtful as tho constant nnd necessary overvaluations carried in nny system of snecifiu duties That system raises tho common and cheap article to tlio sumo level of taxation ns tho better and espensi vo one It is at fntul vnriauco with tho law of equal taxation and that variance is nil in tho direction of increasing tho bur- Â¬ dens of tho weak nnd lightening tho Taxation in burdens of tho btrong proportion to exact valuo is not only tho fair mode but tho modo which past ex perience shown to bosusceptibio of hon Both est nnd successful application under tho compromiso tnriif from 181 to 1842 nntl under tho Walker tariil from 1810 to 181 it was udopted From tho foundation of tho government it has prevailed in some of tho most important schedules of every law Aft er 10 years successful trial under tho tariff of 19i3 Mr Clay declared it justly entitled to tho preference both in theory and according to every sound principlo of justice Indeed tho briefest examination of tho present law will show Hint specific duties not only lead always in tho dito gross inequality rection of overniuing tor taxation tho common nrtielo but that they conceal many of tho enormities of that law I havo on my tablo ns I write two samples of woolen pile stalls such ns mako good nnd serviceable cloaks or sacks for working girls nbroad and which many hero would bo glad to get Under tho law of 1883 they wero duti ablo at 35 cents n pound And 35 per cent nd valorem making for ono sam- ploaduty of 207 percent of which 172 per cent was covered by tho mild look- Â¬ ing specific duty of 35 cents a pound and for tho other 171 percent of which 130 percent was carried in this specific Tho McKinley net raibed tho duty cents a duty on tlieso fabrics to 10 pound and 00 per cent ad valorem This would make for tho First snmplo a duty of 303 per cent of which 213 per cent is imposed by tho specific duty and for tho second samplo a duty of 253 per cent of which 103 per cent is likewiso imposed And this in tho tinnio of American labor Tho poor girl earning tho monger wages of 50 cents n day having by two days work mndo enough money to buy a dollars wot th of this material would then liuvo to work six days longer to earn sufficient to pay tho McKinley taxes upon it Those tuxes increase tho cost of tho ono from 31 70 100 cents to 128 mid of tho other from 41 88 100 cents to 158 Under tho bill now proposed tho cost of these goods would bo rait ed to 4 nnd 0 cents re Hpectively and thvso duties nro lo bo lowered one eighth with tho lnpt o of ilvo years Of course the present rates aro prohibitory and such articles never appear in tho tables of imports but these examples servo to show both tho work ing of specific duties on cheap mid com mon goods nnd the lucrciler s taxes im posed on tho poorest nnd most defence No such less of our wago earners enormities could bo perpetrated under uny civilized government unless they wero hidden from public detection in specific duties and tho mere statement of them is nil unauswerahlo nrguuient for duties assessed according to actual valuo mid stated in terms that tho sim plest can uiideiBtand William L Wil ton in Forum Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ American Competition In lneliind Sonio weeks ago wo quoted the com Â¬ ments of English nnd American trade journals concerning tho oxpoitntion from this country of a considerable quantity of carpets to London and tho halo of tho goods there In its review of English trudo for tho past year tho London Times temurks that tho Kid derminster carpet trado nml the screw making industry at Birmingham have felt tho effects of American competi tion that Is to Buy tho American manufacturers lmvo met these Eng lish competitors on their own ground without tho protection of u turitf duty and burdened by tho handicap of transatlantic freight charges And yet boimo of tho carpet manufac turers any that with free wool and n duty ranging from 3 to 33 per cent on English carpetd they will not bo able to compete with tho English iiiiinufuo turers hero at homo but must closo their mills That is not tho opinion of Mr Lyman who represents tho Lowell company New York Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hie Volti anil Mttle Ielltlom Every rtny or two tho public hears of ixtrenio nnd destructive proposition a petition nveril IIioiimiiiiI ttituig against a itfoimof the tin iff signed by Willlnin L Wilson in Forum tho dependent worklngincn of the chief An obedience to the simple laws of Since beneficiaries of McKinleyNin In en permitted to hygiene nnd tho use of Ayors Sarsapa when havn petitions The voters of the rilla will enable the most delicate man or Catarrh cured by using Dr Sagos Remedy roverso elections country have cominandud a reduction sickly woman to pass in enc ami safety of tho tartlf in two general elections from the icy ntmospliero of February to SAMPLE- each tlmo by more than 1300000 ma- Â¬ the warm moist days of April It Is the No perfunctory and interested jority best of spring mo licines Weddings aro becoming an epidemic petitions tun eanecl those commands ltev Sncrtl tiid not fill his n gulnr apÂ¬ Now York World REV W C BHAND0N pointment Saturday When the law compels mo to contrib Bom to the wife of Sanortl Whit ute my just quota to the snppoitof gov Writes a Friendly Letter and Sends wort li Feb 17 n boy ernment it is taxation when it com pels mo to contribute to the support of Mr Tom Brodie of Chenuult was the Greeting to His Many Clover nny private enterprise it is robbery guest of Miss Lena Gilliland Friday port Fiiends revonno tho Tho first Is a tariff for Mrs Lottie McGlothlan o Irviuglon Wil- Â¬ second is n tarilT for protection Mil ElITOH Tlie HllECKENIlllHlE Ne came down to seo her sister Mrs Mat liam L Wilson in Forum is a weekly welcome visitorto our homo tingly lost week MORE TOM JOHNSONS NEEDED It kee ps us posted on the news items of Prof Frank Jarboe attended the Jolly IU Ansuer to llm liinkiiiiikfru Ilen Fur interest Of couise Cloverport is n dear Pate nuptials nnd n turned home with Irotertlmi town to us nnd there is no church we nre tho more interested iu tlinn the Cloverport Miss Adtlie Jolly Tho following letter furnished to Mrs J M Mattingly we are itlnd to nowspapcrs by Congressman Tom L Methodist church It pleased nio very Johnson explains itself much when I saw that my successor hnd state Is still slowly improving nnd we Ciiviiam Dec 20 had n good revival nt Holts Clinpel He hope ere long to sec her out again To Joseph Laehnect Kinil Welsols Jo Mrs E T Hiiynes and daughter ltuth is the light man in the right place I seph Frankel and Others Tailors and I reilict n successful year for him I and Mrs Mary Dlluy of Cloverport Tailoresses In tho Employ of Messrs know he will do his best and I am sure wero gut sts of Mrs M Miller and Mrs Landesman Ilirseheimer fc Co Clonk Ids membership will stand by him llunterSatiirdny nnd Sunday Manufacturers We nro moving on finely hero in HenMr W 11 Jolly and Miss Cratter Pntc Lames and Gintmmin I have re- derson My congregations aro growing of Hardiusburg were married in that ceived your communication and that in number and interest and there seems city tho 15 mst nt 2 p ni May they from Messrs Landesman llirschcinier to be growtli along all lines of church have a Jolly and prosperous journey Co to which you refer asking mo work nnd enterprise We have repaired through life to voto against tho Wilson tariff hill the exterior of the church building and Mr Georgo Cox of Union Star and unless it is amended by adding to tho it is much improved in appearance Wo Mits Mattiu Boberts Mr G II Uoberfs duty of 45 per cent ml valoiem which will expend about 1200 on the building nntl Miss Alice Vurgason of Owensboro it proposes mi additional duty of 40 next summer putting in new pews nltnr weie all married in that city Feb 14th ocuts per pound rail pulpit carpet furnace etc My at 7 p in returning to their respective 1 shall do nothing of the kind My membership seem much encourag homes Friday Wo extend congratula- Â¬ objection to tho Wilson bill is nut that ed and I believe I have sonio as faithful tions duties nro too low but that they nro its and truo men and women as you can I will do nil i can to cut its too high wk have iiEvni find this sido of that Place where men duties down but I will strenuously op That two of tlie leading bociety ladies are made perfect You uex mo to pose putting them up My wife lias been quite sick with la of this plare netunlly have toy tli gs voto to iniiko cloaks artificially dear grippe and acute bronchitis By the That Mits Mary Bobbins best fel- Â¬ I do that without making it How can T stopped off harder for those who need cloaks to get wajIam now prepared to believe ns low of the L St L would benefit you true what a certain editor said about the to seo her Saturday morning Even if this clonks That Mr Muck Bobbins is iu great There aro French diseasethat the reason it is call- Â¬ would it not injuio otheis many cloakmakeis in Cleveland it is ed la grippe is because it lays for a fel- grief V true but they are few as compared with low ond when it gets him it grips nnd That Mr Lyons has more corres tho cloak users Would you consider grips and nover It ts go pondents than half the young men I would mo nn honest lepresentntivo if I was amused at a part of the little That Mi bsrs Oscar Irencli and Richatel thus consent to injure the iuany for tho piece in tho las t issue of tho Niws taken benefit of tho low even though tho few from tho lit corder anil like yourself Skillman wero in town Sunday guests of ill this case wero yourselves wondered who tho parties wero Hut Misses Mollie and Iillie McQimdy And you ubk mo to demand in addiThat the wedding bells will ring again tion to ii monstrous ad valorem duty of what amused me most was that man 45 per cent a still more monstrous being converted to lliptist principles by in tho near future when ho hail cents a pound a reading tho IJecorder weight duty of Best remedy for sprains and pains weight duty that will mako tho poorest not been conveited to such principles by Mr J M Spring Bennings DC writes sowing girl pay us much tax on her reading tho bookof books I have been using Salvation Oil nnd cheap shoddy cloak ns Mrs Astor or I hereby send greeting to all our Mis Vauderbilt would be called on to friends in Cloverport and Among so this includes have obtained great relief pay on u cloak of tho finest velvets and It K and Machine Shop men for they many remedies trietl Salvation Oil is tho Do you really want me embroideries hi st for sprains and pains in the back are a noble set of fellows to vote to thus put tho burden of taxa It kills all pain W C Bhandov tion on tho poor while letting the rich escape Whether you want ino to or Henderson Ky Feb 15 1804 NEW BETHEL not I will not do it That as your employers say a serv Joseph V Pory of Warsaw III was iceable cloak can bo bought in Berlin for troubled with rheumatism and trietl a Items are very Fcarce 120 affords no reason in my mind for number of different remedies but says Mr James Barnes is quite ill at this keeping up tho tariff On the contrary none of them to do it is tho strongest reason for abolishing good but finally seemed hold of him any writing lie got ono that it altogether There aro Jots of women There is talk of a welding in this in this country who would bo rejoiced speedily cured him He was much vicinity soon pit used with it and felt sure that others to get cloaks so cheaply lots of woiueu The health of this neighborhood is real who must now pinch mid strain to get similarly afllietcd would like to know a clonk lots ot women who cannot now what tho remedy was that cured him good at this time afford to buy cloaks and must wear He states for tho benefit oi tho public I guess some of the Republicans feel old or cnstolf garments or shiver with that it is called Chamberlains Pain quite sad at this time cold Is it nut common justice that we Bale by A It Fisher Clover- Â¬ Miss Iizhj Cooms school in tho Flood should abolish every tax that makes it Balm For port anil Kiucheloo Meador Hardins district is progressing finely harder for them to clothe themselves No I will do nothing to keep up burg Mr Clover Walls was the guest pf Miss duties 1 will do everything 1 can to Mamie Hawkins last Sunday 1 cut them down do not believe in Resolutions of Respect Mr Andrew Elder was the guest of taxing ouo citizen for tho purpose of en Whereas it lias pleased almighty God Miss Mabel Hawkins last Sunday You elected riching another citizen from this lodge on enrth to to reiuovo mo on my declaration that I was op Mr Snm DeJemetto attended Miss posed to protection believing it but u tho Grand Lodge in Heaven on Satur- Â¬ day Jan 0th ISO our esteemed friend Titia Atlkitson to church on last Saturscheme for enabling the few to rob tho mnny nnd that I was opposed oven to a nnd brother Gideon P Jolly M M day The New Bethel school term will extnriif for revenue believing that tho therefore only just wny of raising revenues is by Jttimlitil that while we bow in humble pire next week as will also the Ilites tho binglo tux upon laud values So submission to the will of tho Father of Hun long ns I continue to represent you in Nearly nil of ttio tobacco in thissection congress I shall net on tho principle of all our mercies we sincerely sympathize equal lights to nil nnd special privileges witli tho friends and relatives of the tie has been soltl and delivered and farmers to none mid wherever 1 can abolish ceasetl iu tho loss wo havo all sustained ure preparing for another crop any ot tho taxes that nro now levied on nml mingle our sorrows with theirs in Juite n number from this community labor or tho products of labor I will do tliis sail bereavement went to Hurdinsbiirg to nttentl Circuit it and where I cannot abolish 1 will do When a good man falls all should Court and tho Republican Conventon When you get weop my best to icduce Mr Hiclmrd Adkitson Mr Andrew tired of that you can elect some ouo iu Jliiuih al that his upright walk and the It you my place who suits you better Hawkins and Mr Jackson wero the want duties kept up you may get an amiability of his disposition won our guests of Miss Corn Jackson last Sunday esteem and confidence and now he hns honest protectionist that will servo you evening gono to tho grave wo will cherish his you cannot get nu honest free trader Rev Joseph Dtigglns filled his regular But 1 believe that you have only to memory and imitate his example think of tho matter to see that in adher JletolnJ that in respect for our broth- appointment at New Bethel last Satur ing to principlo I will bo ncting for tho er the members of this lodge will wear day He is nu nblo speaker anil ho de best interests of all working men mid tho usual badge of mourning thirty days livered two fine scimons to quite an atwomen yourselves among tho number and thut tho Secretarys desk be draped tentive audience This demand for protective duties for iu mourning as our deceased brother working tho benefit of tho American Mr Albeit Favorite of Arkansas City You cannot was acting secretary at the time of his man is tho veriest sham Kan wishes to give our renders the protect labor by putting import duties death AVWuJ that tho brethren of this benefit of his experience with colds on goods Protection iniikes it harder lor of our people to live It lodge sincerely condole witli tho bereav Â¬ He says 1 contracted a colli early lust tho limi--emay iucrcaso tho profits of favored cap- Â¬ ed widow and children of our brother spring that settled on my lungs and had italists it may build up trusts and believing that our God is peculiarly tho hardly recovered from it when I caught creuto great fortunes but it cannot God of tho widow and Father of tho fath- Â¬ another that hung ou all summer and You know for yourselves raise wages left me with u hacking cough which I what your employers pay you in erless that lie will sanctify this uflliction thought I never would get rid of I that had wages does not depend on what any tar to their spiritual and eternal good Ho used Chamberlains Cough Remedy iff may enable them to make but on will Temper tho wind to tho shorn some fourteen years ago witli much suc Â¬ whut they can get otheis to take your num cess and concluded to try It again places for You Lave to stand the com Jlfwlml that a copy of tho foregoing petition of tho labor market Why then When I hud got through with ouo bottle on tho minutes should you try to shut yourselves out resolutions bo sprend my cough hail left me and I havo not from the advantages that tho competi Â¬ and nn attested copy he sent to tho wid Â¬ suflercd with a cough or cold since I tion of tho goods market should give to ow of the deceased also n copy bo sent lmvo recommended It to others and nil jou It is not protection that makes to the IliiECKKNitinnE Nkws for publica- speak well of it 50 cent bottles for wages higher hero than iu Uerniauy tion snlo by A It Fisher Cloverport anil They wero higher hcio beforo wo had Jxo P Hahwku Kiucheloo Meailor Hardiusburg nny protection nnd in tho saturnalia of O L Pate rCeniittee J protection that huu reigned heio for Juik Hook A New Peach sonio years past you lmvo seen wages go Joiiv Mkioii Secretary Mr D L Talbot of ElizabetlitownKy down until tho country Is now crowded witli tramps and hundreds of thousands has originated a late October peach that AXTEL ot men aro now supported ly charity is pronounced by experienced horticul What Hindu wages higher than in Ger Â¬ tin Ibis to be the finest lato peach on The sick are improving many is tho freer uccess to luud tho earth It is u beautiful cling seedling production and us natural means of all Mr ChnH Bennett Is going to move on fine size nnd color and a most delicious that is closed up nnd monopoly sets iu tho Chick farm soon Mr Talbot has n small eating prarh wages must decline What labor needs Mr Ben Kuutel was the guest of Mr number of trees now ready for setting is not protection but justice not legal- Â¬ ized restrictions which permit onoset of S T Bennett several days last week which lie has reduced In price from one Men to tax their fellows but free op Â¬ Mr Henry Jarboo took unto himself a dollar lo fifty cents each and is ready to portunity to nil for tho exertion of their wife laU Monday fill orders at once own powers Tho real strngglo for tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nttneks of cold or chill on rilglit exixMtiro You Ret tired easily Tlio feeling is by ft tired illccstion which fnlli to asslmllato the food This often results hi wlint wo call Indigestion or Ilillousnens Dr Piercos Pleasant Pellet rouse tho liver to vigorous action and tUU In turn start the tnachtnory of tho body into nttnlty Livor stomach and bowels feel tlio tonic effect ana In conseouenco tho entire system l Invigorated Tho processes beqomo m If regulating and a rcservo forco Is stored up against ex- Â¬ posure to dlseaso If youro too tliln too weak or nervous It must bo that food assimilation Is wrong Tills is tho tlmo to tako Pleasant Pellets They permanently euro Const fruition Sour Stomach Dysiicpsln Kick or llillous Head ache Dizziness and Jaundice Â¬ L IT FOLLOWS AFTER a disordered llvor that youre subject to Afti r painful illness of m vrn wet ks Mis Ellen Whenlly of Rock Iltk Kv tiled Filtlay evening Feb nt 715 oclock Shu lure her suHerings with i fortitude and with ii i that calm ns Igiiilllon of the chtlrtiuil ulio is ever ready lo sty Thy will bo done She w s n tlevi tit member of the Catholic church nml was comforted nnd sustained by its hupis nnd pr mis h The kind ami tender ministrations of loved ones soothed her hi t moment- - nnd shepatsttl nwny surrounded byelill run mid friends I knew Mrs Wh alley but u short time hut believe sle was eiulqwed with many christian virtues She was n a patient kind and devoted mother nntl a fi lend to all with whom she canio iu contact She lenvt s fourchihlrn nil of whom nro grown to them I isp cially While oiler n word of soluet nnd hop your bereavement of mother is n sad one you can so live ns to emulate her example and pnpiro to meet her in Ileavm where thero nro no more sor-Â¬ Her earthly loss to rows or separations you can bo ono of on eternal gal n n link ironi earth to Ileavm where she is watching and waiting for you Mrs Wheatley was about sixty years of age Her funeral took plnco Sunday the 11th i list her remains being interred at Long Lick cemetery by thoso of her deceased nl Fruit Trees AT THE 50000 FOR EKRON NURSERY Spring Delivery Persons desiring to plant out an Orchard this Spring will find it to their interest to get prices from us as we are selling at liard times prices All stock guaranteed as represented Correspondence and patronage solicited J C X 1804 Massey J M Frymire EKRON KY DANIEL DltOUKd husband Rock Lit k Ky Feb 15 A 01 Fimxi BOURNE UAKPER WHY From old complaint when you can be permanently cured by an that SUFFER WITHOUT MEDICINE BOUENE HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILl KV ELECTROPOISE Others have been cured why not you DISEASE CURED Not an eecttlo belt or battirjr but a simple home treatment which causes tho entire body of the patient to absorb THE POPULAR FAVORITE your neighbor about It If he can not tell jeu wilte to us fur one of our books sent free MEGUM OXTG EN NearlyKISa Million Cakes Half llAtk - Consumed Every Week Nothing has over received so many Ufctimouials from trustworthy persons many of whom are known to us West ern lb corder Louisville The Flectropoise is a mystery to me almost u miracle Elder John I Rodgers Â¬ NO GRIT NO DIRT That is Why Everybody Chews 4j In ono night tho Electropoise relieved uie of congestion of the brain anil vertigo ASSORTED FLAVORS IN EACH CARTOON Rev Geo II Menns Covington Ky M M WrtnilllllM MMMMaMM A friend of mine was entirely cured of RATE8 0 2- - PER DAY 1 opium habit with tho Electropoise sJjISs- sRev W W Bince Houbtonville Ky The Electropoise is a wondeiful instrument and it is more wonderful as to how it tloes its work yet it tloes it T E C Brinley Plows Louisville Ky Â¬ KIS ME 1 AddrtssDuBoisA street Louisville Ky Webb 500 Foirth ONE HALF RATE I Â¬ Harvest Excursions to Arkansas and Texas On March 13th April lOtli nnd May 8th 1894 the St Louis Air Line Louisville Kvuusville St Louis Con It It will sell Harvest Excursion tickets to nil points in Arkansas Tixaa ami Kddy K M at one half rates for tho round trip Tickets good returning Ii0 days from elate of sale Tho Air Line is Ci miles tho short- Â¬ est route to St Louis tho west and LMJLxSc to euro nit nervous tllHtaeBuca a Weak Memory Loai of brain Wakefulness Lust MiinLoodNlKliU7 Kiulalous Nervous power In Generative Ortrttiu of either pox caused neMaUdralnsandloBHOf by over exertion ynuthfttl errors excessive use of tobacco opium or stlm- ulants which Ipad to lnnnmtrt Consumption or Inuinlir Can bo carrtedtn mit nnrkAL Kl norhniflfnrMii hr mull nrpnnld With a S5 order we fciiamnleeto cureor refund the in ftook irlvrt writtenforlUtakenoothpr WrltefnrfreftMedtrilney Hold br All druBfflstB seriteatd Ak In plain wrapper Address WKUVSKKJJ CO MaeonlcTempieCuiCAUO kkiuUkAu lUkillsl For salo In Cloverport Kybr A It FlSUKHandbj C C MAHT1N Druggists fuaranted ijaiISS18tLLEKY MANHOOD RESTORED SSfuK Southwest nnd the only lino running vestibule trains daily between Louisville nntl St Louis witli parlor ant dining cars Pullman ruibifM Rleneri4 nn iiIifM tniino For further information as to rates routes maps timo tables sleeper car icm At a Bargain lo the right man the Old Reliable Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Campbell G P A bt Louis or J Campbell U l A Louisville City Good stine tlam 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