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UAPU PVWW TTrT i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XVIII OVERLAND TO CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY colt Is not worth much but we wereglad lo get Hint much for tho pony ns it was nearly given out So you sec Hint we lost money on thnt plaguy wild mule that wo bought at St Joseph Traveled over two largo mountains and camp in n valley Â¬ MARCH 7 1894 AVERAGES NO 33 THE END IS DEATH Tho Protty Skirt Dancor is Com- - GLENDEANE CROP CALIFORNIA Notos From a Journal Kept by Mrs Francis noy MAY H Sawyorina Jour- - Across tlio Plains 17 9 TO AUGUST 1852 Â¬ Revised and Compiled for the Entertainment of tho Readers of the Breckenridtre News IV Juno 29 Soon enmo to Green river nnd jjot ferried over it and camped one mllo from tlio ferry There is n trading jiost nt tlio ferry and somo Indians are in camp around It Wo have taken the McKinney cul ofT as wo thought it better to tako all tho advantages of the trip wo could than to Ratlsfy our desiro to seo Salt Lako I saw somo beautiful bloom of cactus to day They wero of many different colors Distaneo traveled thirteen mike Juno 30 Mr Sawyer went oir tlio road this morning on his pony and killed two sage hens We ate them for dinner and thoy wero delicious Ho was in eight of us nil the time though I drove along fur several miles beforo he got back to the road I drive a great deal now as I ain very fond of handling the lines Our road has not all been Wo passed ono good spring of water and went in camp near another ono On the top of a Shoshono hill Distance traveled thirty miles July 1 Wo traveled over somo very steep mountains to day and again came Into tho main load Wo are now in the Bear river moun Â¬ tains Iasucd through a pine grovo and a pinking aspen grovo To night wo visited an adjoining camp to see a lady and her little daughter who had been turned over in a enrringe to day while coming down n steep moun- Â¬ tain bUIo When tho husband and fath er got to them he thought that they were killed but now it is thought thnt they nro only painfully and not seriously good-to-day Â¬ hurt We saw somo very beautiful landscapts to diy Tho principal stream crossed was Hams fork of Bear river Distaneo traveled thirty miles July 2 Came to the main Bear river to day and forded Smiths Fork It was a very reeky and dangerous ford We went into camp on tho bank of tho river and thought we would fish some but tho mosquitoes wero so thick so bravo and so resolute that all our tlmo was occupied in lighting thcinofT I neversaw tho like of mosquitoes in all my lifo before and wo thought that thoy would surely eat us up The grass is good here but our mules could not eat any until S oclock or after when tho mosquitoes left us Distance traveled thirty miles July 3 Crossed Thomas fork of Bear Cost us ono dolriver on a toll bridge lar per wagon There is a ford eight miles out of our way but it is not very good so wo concluded to toll Wo wont over somo very steep mountains to day Â¬ too- - Ben Sampson is real sick this after noon with high fever and a headache He lias taken cold but the mountain air is so bracing that I think he will soon feel better Ho has stood tho trip bo well this far that I have hopes of his health being greatly benefited Tho mosquitoes are nearly as bad to- Â¬ night as they wero last night Distance traveled thirty miles Wo arrived at July I Sabbath day the noted Soda Springs this afternoon Stopped and weut out to see them I made some soda drinks and cream tartar with the water and they wero very nice and cool I brought somo to Bon and Said it mado ho enjoyed it very much liim feol much better The Soda Springs Jsc noof the natural curiosities of our country that is worth seeing Tho water is so beautiful foaming up out of tho crevices of tlio rock It is quito cool hero this evening and it snowed on the mountain and rained In tho valley whero wo wero Wo camped three milts boyond tho Wo Soda Springs under a mountain liavo plenty of good plno wood and lots of grass I traded a string of heads to an Indian boy for some fish and wo ato them for supper Distaneo traveled twenty sovon miles July 5 laying by to day to celobrato the Fourth as wo had to travel yestor diy Wo went flUhlng this morning then enmo back and cooked a good dinner Wo had canned vegetables fish rico ctkes and other little dishes Wo boo lots of Indians now and some nro at our camp mot ull the time Thoy usually want to trado fish for fish hooks and something to eat Wo found ico on tho water in camp this morning so you can bco how cold it sometimes is hero on tho glorious Fourth Wo wero glad to got tho Ico JulyOWe took Subletts cut off at six miles from Soda Springs Wo have been old that it is ninety miles shorter tlmu thu Fort Hall route but wo had Bomo vory bad roads to day Distance traveled twenty ratios July 7 Mr Sawyoi traded our Indian colt to day The pony for a ld water to drink polled to Continually Go tho Distance traveled seventeen miles Paco That Kills July 8 Went over two more moun tains to dny nnd pitched our camp on It is Gravel creek about 1 oclock p m twenty fivo miles to tho next water so Evory Musclo and Tendon Is Train- Â¬ wo concluded to remain hero till morn Â¬ ed and Koptto tho Highest ing and tako n fresh start for tholong dry march Pitch of Perfection Wo went fishlug this nfteriijon but did not get a nibble so wo had to give i up as a bad job LAST LONG Distnncc traveled fifteen miles Is very warm and dusty to- Â¬ July 0 It day but tho nights aro alwnys cool and The popular dancer or rather artist pleasant In this country who does the rainbow net tho split Wo nro out of the mosquitoes for tho will not catch up or tho latest French solo Inthotcrpslcho present and I hopo wo rean lino is a complex pleco of machin- Â¬ with nny moro of them soon two moro largo moun Â¬ ery which requires a great denl of care Wo went over tains again to day nnd one of them was She has to be oiled up and rubbed down very hard to descend Theso mountains plastered over and heated to tho proper aro very tlrcsomo to travel over ns wo temperature and then cooled off again walk up most all of tliem and I neverj until tho human principles on which she was originally constructed aro entirely rule down one lost sight of twenty fivo miles Distance traveled Even tho vigorous constitutionals and July 10 Wo commenced descending ono of tho Bear river mountains this scientific training of the champion pu- Â¬ morning nnd wo nro not out of it yet to- Â¬ gilists fail to convoy any idea of the night Most ofour rond lay in a ravine physical education that the averago with frequent small branches to cross skirt dancer gets First of all she has to Wo camp on one of theso branches acquire an almost abnormal development whero wo have splendid bluegrnss for of tho muscular organization in order to do the laborous dancing that constitutes our mules her share in entertaining and edifying Distance traveled twenty one miles July 11 Snbbath day Wo aro lying the public Tho skltt dancer has most of the ills to by to dny as there is such good grazing wjiiclt flesh is heir to combat with Per Â¬ here for our animals We have been traveling slow for the haps tho roost common of her fitful aches last week and wo will continue to tako and ailments is a general derangement our time till we get to Marys river of the breathing apparatus Any com- Â¬ fortably situated person who views her Wo want to get our mules in good cou diton for that river valley As there is spasmonlc action from the audience can gasping so much nlknli water and grass in it wo realize why tho writhing will have to make quick time over it convulsive celebrity Bhould bo the most After that comes tho Great Desert so short winded creature on earth It you seo our road will soon bo a difficult seems a marvel that somo of the cords dont snap and tho wholo tension sud and weary one Indeed We picked some currants and goose- Â¬ denly givo way and let her down Into an berries to dny nnd hnd somo tnrts for inartistic heap in tho uilddlo of tho stage dinner But to get a comprehensive view of July 12 Wo eamo on to tho Old Fort Hall road to day and passed the carcass Â¬ her collapse when bIio does collapse We it Is necessary to tako a peep behind the es of n great many dead cattle At the ecstatic moment when crossed several bad branches of Baft curtain river and had to make a bridge for one tho audience sees the last bow the fare- Â¬ well wave of tho hand or retiring beforo wo could get over convulsion of tho hip joint at that Distance traveled twenty four miles July 13 Had a nico shower of rain same moment the overexerted breath Â¬ to day which greatly to our liking less and panting artist falls exhaussed settled tho dust and it has cleared off into tho arms of a faithful attendant who bears her gently away to a bottlo of cool and pleasant We are in camp to night at Steeple brandy and ono of horse litrimcntpfhrr Itock There aro a great many names ored with turpentine Somebodys embrocation is then vigor- Â¬ on tho rocks ously npplied and restoratives aro used Distance traveled eighteen miles July 14 The Salt Lako road meets us in a startling manner Everything again and all tho California emigrants known to sciegco in tho reviving and Tho Oregon emi- Â¬ invigorating lino is administered to the aro now on this road grants have all turned off on the Oregon sufferer and her recovery is awaited route The Digger Indians stole thirteen with a painful expression by all con- Â¬ mules and one ox last night from a cerned When a dancer can afford the luxury company just ahead of us Wo camp with somo company overy night now and of moro than ono attendant one is as- Â¬ keep a strong guard out all the time for signed to go over the weary area of arms tho Indians will steal tho animals if and legs with horse liniment whilo tho others enjoy the exciting occupations of thoy get half a chance Wo traveled over tho Goose creek readjusting her wig fanning her in front mountains to day and had a very steep behind and on all sides and then depos Â¬ ono to descend Wo aro in camp on iting her remains on some pleco of stago scenery until tho audionco has finished Goose creek applauding These are tho simple nnd Distaneo traveled twenty four miles July 15 Our four mule team got mir Â¬ essentially fomlnino parts of tho artists ed in a bad slough this morning but wo training which aro common not only to got them out without much trouble dancers but to tho wholo race of Wo have had to make a long march to Â¬ tragediennes It is when the stago dancer reaches day to get to water and we find tho grass Camped in Thousand tho seclusion of her boarding houso or very scarce hotel apartmonts however that the Springs valley really interesting part of her performance Distaneo traveled thirty five miles July 10 Tho Digger Indians killed a begins Eating and drinking aro proÂ¬ white man a few days age at tho place hibited by her codo of digestive ethics Wo saw both boforo and between dances for whoro we camped last night his grave but did not know ho had been obvious reasons When tho embargo is raised and tho killed by tho Indians till to day when somo emigrants informed my husband curtain goes down tho hungry celebrity repairs to the nearest hotel or table that such was tho case Wo camp in Hot Springs Valley to- Â¬ dhote restaurant and thero follows tho proclivities that naturo has endowed her night Grass is good Distance traveled twenty eight miles with If all this occurs after a matinee July 17 We camo to the Hot Springs performance tho dancer next takes a of which is in In verso this morning and stopped to seo them nap tho duration amount of Ico cream and to The water comes boiling out of tho ratio the has eaton earth and It is so hot that I could not wrtermelon sho When she wakes up again with her moro than touch it without burning my wasting tissues re- Â¬ Wo camp near Canyon creek head cleared and her self paired there are interesting baths whero wo found splendid grass and massages and applications of electricity clover Distaneo traveled twenty threo miles In tho electrical treatment the tonder or defective parts of the dancers anatomy NEXT WEEK C0NTINUK1 aro usually electrocuted first Sup- Â¬ posing she inherits any lung trouble her The great need of Is awry or her spinal organization the age It is not liver improperly strung a tingling current is i i tho discovery of a medicine that turned on and some heiolo voltage is will cure all kid locally and scientifically applied Then noy diseases comes a general onslaught of electricity lame soro or oyer the whole body An electric bath aching backs live water is quito tho proper thing that will euro all in the dancer can afford it it female diseases There 1b a noticeable something about restoring Amerl can woman the overstimulation to which the skirt phyiically to the dancer Is subjected that makes this high piano in grade of terpslchorean temperament civilization sho an Interesting psychological study Tho occupies Intellectually morally and socially giving1 tone to her muscles zealous nnd enterprislug high kicker elasticity to her step a glow of health invariably has a nervous constitution to her cheek and swcencM to her dlspo that is Btrung many degrees higher than sitlon nor that will purify tha blood that of tho well behaved and orderly curing all skin eruptions scrofula rheuÂ¬ young woman She is irritable hys Â¬ matism dropsy heart diseases head terical spasmodic fretful and has an acho and nervous languor No that is sensibility and tempest not what is needed for that la already overwrought emotional capability that of done The medicine has long been dis Â¬ uousness vicinity a dangerous one to make her covered It is Drt Fenners Kidney and all but the initiated New York Re Backache Cure But what is wanted la a uniterial knowledge of the fact And corder that is just why this article is rtrittea Tho greatest of liniments Mrs E M to ffiu knowledge of the fact Dr Fenner Devllblss Triadelphia Md writes I knows it will do these things for he has sold It for 90 years money refunded if use Salvation Oil for soro throat rheu Â¬ satisfaction not given It will not de matism etc and find it Is one oi thebesi ojIvo or disappoint just expectations liniments out Take a bottle home to day John Demi Is on tho sick lint Jim Dean Is at homo from Owensboro Rev V II Rutlcdgo and wlfo were Whoro Cortain Products Aro Raisvisiting hero Inst week ed Least tho Avorago Yiold Mrs Dick Owen has been seriously ill for tho past six weeks Is tho Best Wo enjoy rending Mrs Sawyers trip Overland to Calafornln Miss Amanda Dean is nt homo again Massachusetts Connecticut and Penn after a lengthy visit to Owensboro sylvania Beat Kentucky and John Beelor was here Thursday shak Â¬ Virginia on Tobacco ing hands with friends Luck to you Fruit Trees AT THE 50000 FOR EKRON NURSERY John MissSallio Dean who has hnd typhoid fever for several weeks is not so well at this writing Mrs Ellen Bowmcr near here died tho 1 tth leaving a husband and six small children Mr EH Dean goes to Owensboro Mon Â¬ day to bo with his brother S M Dean whose condition Is critical Mr Fcrd Owen has been suffering with his head caused by la grippe Ho has been to Louisville twico to be treated Mr Eugeno Robertson leaves soon for California whero ho will mako his fu Â¬ ture homo We wish for him much success Tho marriago of Mr R L Haynes nnd Miss Lou Denn took place Jan loth at high noon Wo wish them a happy future Those present from n distaneo wero Mr and Miss Philipps Daviess county Misses Bromm Fordsvillo and W V Wortham and family Leitchfield Law has an ejo on Glendeano at last Trying to stop so much card playing and riotous living Now if this can bo checked and something dono to stop tho Station Riders who sit around on goods boxes and gossip Glendeano and suburbs will bo better morally financially and religiously Â¬ CANT STRANGE BUT TRUE The report of tho Statistician of the Department of Agriculturo presents facts that aro probably surprising to thoso who aro not familiar with tho average yield of crops Iown leads on com averaging 115 bushels per acre with Massachusetts second closely followed by tho other New England States Tho great corn States of tho West though devoting a larger area to corn do not equal Now England Now York or Penn Â¬ sylvania in the averago yield per acre Idaho produces tho most potatoes per acre her average being 153 bushels with Montana Wyoming Nevada Oregon and Washington following in tho order named In tho East New England leads in the averago of sweet potatoes per aero Is 125 bushels with Florida second at 111 bushels Virginia and North Caro- Â¬ lina following Tho averago yield per ncro of potatoes for tho wholo country is only 722 bushels 1 Spring Delivery times prices represented solicited Persons desiring to plant out an Orchard this Spring will find it to their interest to get prices from us as we arc selling at hard 1894 All stock guaranteed as Correspondence and patronage Massey Frymire EKRON KY T0I1ACC0 COTTON AND HAY It may not ho known that Massachu Â¬ Â¬ Economy and Strength Vnluablo vegetable remedips aro used in tho preparation of Hoods Sarsaparllla in such a peculiar manner as to retain tho full medicinal value of every ingred ient Thus Hoods Sarsaparllla com bines economy and is tho only remedy of which 100 Doses One Dollar is true Bo suro to get Hoods Â¬ Â¬ Hoods 1iim do not purge pnlu or gripe but net promptly enslly nnd effi Â¬ ciently IRVINGTON C C 0 is stuck on his benrd Everys rrotheroo got lost in the snow Sunday night Prof Avitt is making quito a success with his school Dr C P Bush of Ilawesville arfived in town yesterday Misses Kurtz and May were the guests of Miss Cora Hngood Suudny P E Carr continues to get his regular sleep on the soft sldo of n board so tho boys on tho lino say Mr N B Netherton of Millwood has been appointed assistant agent at this TRR place for tho L St L P E Carr will go to Brandenburg Sunday to tako charge of the station during tho absenco of his brother Mr W A Williams went to Guston yesterday on tho hunt of his friend who borrowed a twenty some tiino ago Three days is a vory short tlmo in which to cure n bad caso of rheumatism but it can bo done If tlio proper treat Â¬ ment Is adopted as will bo seen by tho following from James Lambert of Now I was badly afflicted Brunswick III with rheumntism in tho hips nnd legs when I bought a bottlo of Chnmborlnins Pain Balm It cured mo In three days I am all right to day and would insist on every ono who is afflicted with that terri ble disease to usu Chamberlains Pain CO cent Balm nnd get well nt once bottles for sale by A It Fishor Clover port Ky and Kincheloo Meador Co Ilardinsburg Ky Â¬ setts Connecticut and Pennsylvania produce the most tobacco per aero In fact Massachusetts averages about three times as much as Kentucky or Virginia which liavo tho reputation of being specinlly ndnpted to tho culture of to- Â¬ bacco Florida which has been long considered as unfavorable to cattle and grass comes second In average yield per acre of hay Nevada being first and Florida Is the only state on the Atlantic sidooftho Mississippi which exceeded the general averago Tho returns by States range from half n ton per aero In Delawaro to 200 tons in Nevudn Flor Â¬ ida averaging exactly two tons North Carolina nnd Arkansas mado a tie for second placo in averago yield of cotton Louisinnn being first with 175 pounds per ncre Strange to say Virginia pro duced moro cotton per acre than South Carolina Georgia Florida Alabama Texas or Mississippi which appears in credible considering tho difference in her climate compared with her com Â¬ petitors toius AND CROPS Tho crops reported have been grown on all kinds of soils On tho seacoast tho soils aro light but tho averago crops of tho several States do not appear to bo effected by the quality of the soil en Â¬ tirely as may bo shown by the fact thnt Floridas nverago of corn per acre is only 07 bushels although she was second on hay and also on sweet potatoes but was tho lowest of the cotton producing Stntes Buckwhent docs not appear to bo grown in tho extreme North west or in tho Southern States south of South Carolina yet It Is a quick growing crop delights in a warm season and is adapted to tlio light soils Crops that appear to bo adapted to certain States only aro produced moro abund antly per ncro in States that aro far away and tho inllucnco of climate and soil remains somewhat of n problem upon which work for a solution luay bo per- Â¬ formed Globo Democrat Â¬ Our Closing Out Sales Have Been Better Than We Expected Yours to Closo Out Hut wo still have nn immense lino of goods that must go Evory articles must go at cost Childrens Shoos for U5 cts Womens Shoes for 55 cts 2G lbs of Sugar every day in tho week for 100 Come quick and secure the best bargairs M MEYER CO Buras Ky WINTER GOODS DOWN AT Zero Wc want more room our SPRING STOCK is coming WINTER GOODS must go at Prices You can make a good imveslment with us Ono hundred per cent can easily bo inndo Double lock purse 5o Cellar lead pencils per do 5c 21 sheets good paper We Good corset worth 75 Best heavy brown cotton worth 5c 8c 5c Best blue Calico worth 7o -- Ic Itoys knee pants Seo our drives in Clothing at 11KS I8 SIOS mid Mens shoes Congress and Uico OSc 121 nnd W8 IiuIIlh Kid shoes button nnd lnco Too OSc and 110 etc Childrens sboes 21c I So 5V Sr PSXCE3 Â¬ Quilts at 09 7 1 nnd OSc worth doublo tho nionoy The firo Department in evory city could not do bettor than to keep a doen of Salvation Oil at each station It instantly relieves all burns scalds and bruises and in a few days makes an efflectual euro of tho wound 25cts Window Shades patent rollerx worth 50 cts for HniulHOiiKSt lino umbrellas for 50c to 200 CALL 25c- - mul 71c AND SEE THE HONEYLOCUST Mrs Landlu McGavock has been on tho sick list for somo time and is worse at tills writing Mrs Win Galloway who was called to lrvington ono day last week to seo her fatherwho has been very ill for somo time has returned home Prof Dun closed his school lust Tues Â¬ day with quito a largo crowd preseut Tho pupils entertained tho visitors with rcsltatlons and dialogues I C1UKSS Great Bargain Store Mm School Report of District No 20 Lucy Noblett 000 Eddlo Scott 004 Kolly Watts 055 Thomas Driskell 02 Stevo Fray 008 Clifton Payne 800 Hettlo Harned 89 Asa Harned 80 Mlu nlo Brock 832 Toyton Scott 88 Elza T Harned 88 Pleasant Payno 88 Claud Harned 875 Allio Wcatherford 873 Lizzie Harned 872 Lou A Payne 87 Victor Harned 87 Mattlo Taber 87 Percy Macy 80 Leo Robertson 80 Lawrenco Taber 80 Ernest Driskell 85 Clarenco Ufacy 85 Amos Black 85 Julia Payno 85 Our report includes ouly those who liavo mado 85 per cent gonoral average deportment and class iq attendanco A Duiskell recitation Teacher He Likes Overland to California Sammk Ky March 1 1801 Mn Bahhaoe Dear Sir You will pleaso continue my paper for another year and I will send tho money to you In a regis- Â¬ tered letter I am deeply interested in your paper especially in Overland to California Yours Respectfully Jons C Wkidmak Geo Yeakel BRANDENBURG Co KY HIGHLAND NURSERY We have about 15000 Apple Trees most- Â¬ ly Ben Davis Rome Beauty and Winesap which wc propose to deliver to our customers at the following prices cash on delivery Apple Trees 2 years old 1st class 500 par 100 Apple Trees 2 years old 2d claBB 8300 per 100 Peaoh Trees medium 2 to 3 feet at 10 cts each That Oscar and John McGavock are making frequent visits to Stcretts Bot Â¬ tom That Mr Mora Galloway is thinking of visiting tho Bottom too ns ho likes to look at a pretty Meadow That James Holders health Is vory bad as ho goes to tho doctors most every Sunday That Marlon Campbell nnd Mora Gallo- Â¬ way liavo been rivals at Tindlos That Marion Campbell fell In love with his girl nnd then fell in tho well All other stock at reduced prices Order The people of this vicinity Insist on haying Chamberlains Cough Remedy Notice to Stockmen Tho now revenue law requires llcenso and do not want any other says John of all kinds to bo taken out beforo the V Bishop of Portland Mills Indiana season or term of servico begins other Â¬ That is right Thoy know it to bo wise the law directs that twenty per superior to any other for colds and as a cent additional be collected on the li Â¬ preventive and euro for croup aud why cense Thinking that the above would should they not insist on haying it 50 be of Interest to you I offer the state Â¬ cent bottles for salo by A R Fisher Cloverpprt Ky and Kincheloo Meador Respectfully ment A Co Ilardinsburg Ky Clerk J E Monarch now as we do not expect to hold stock long at these low prices Address OLOVEBPORT KY THE BRRGKfetmiDGR NltfS GLbYBRPORT KY Breckenridge Jno D News 7 1891 Watkh worka will honufit every citizen In tho community L HARDINSBURG H WEDNESDAY MAKCH T 0 Babbage Edltori and Froptletri FOR NJUMTY JUDGED Ob Statu Early of Louisiana lottery fame Is dead Jubal A W TIME TABLE 1111 ITS pm tn A FAKE Coun- Â¬ BRANDENBURG Clins Coleman was lu Ixtlsvillu lttr t week rGunu Gucdry whs in Sunday to nee his Desdomona Miss Jennie Ditto Is in LouIbvIIIu to visit Mr Thus Ditto Mrs J W Richardson is practicing pnits of the Holy City Mm Win Howling has been very low from nervous prostration Mr Klishn Houduranl ninth nbnsinew trip to louifiville last week Miss Nellie Lewis was beyond n doubt on tho street Saturday Mrs I W Lewis has had catarrh of the hand not the head but is about well Ml WKKT laucnger Dally arr Ilrdlnaburgl2il2 EAST Notices Postotl all Ovor Tho ty For ho Candltlatos S ce that nice Line of arc aullioritcil to announce J W JAIN UHrrorStelicnioit ai a tamHJjtr lor Juilgc of llrtckcnrlilec iminly uljKt to Ininitjr the action ot the Democratic Tim campaign lu Meado will open up in full blast Tuesday March OOIMO rasienger Hatty arr lUrllnslmrg I 710 III utr Wmu works will reducu thu price of insurance in this town one third or one half to annnuhiu Judge J A WR are aulhorUcttcandidate for County Judge AY aa a of llrcckcnriitgc county audjecl to the action of Ihr DitiiocMtic parly rl are aulhorlfd In nnniiiimc IIII J A IIOAItllniiitcnniliilite lor Lounly Judge MiUjccl to the action ol the leniiKrilic parly I f K arc authorltctl to announce JOSKlll M V MULIKN a a cundliUlv lor county Judge ubject to the action of the Democratic patty HAIL V llTKarc anthorlrcil to announceCounty Judge llAOKas a candidate lor uoject to the action of the Democratic party Quarterly Court next Monday Mr D R Murray was in the city last week Miss Lula Monday Tolly returned home last nt Knyo Spoaklny Done Without Authority or Consent From Committee or Cf Illll Miilill has more women saloon In Â¬ nli keepers than any other rlly country the Where did you get tlinfuuit k Carters dates THEY WILL MAitcii camo in very juicily but it is only an indication of some pretty lively weather before she goes out FOR COUNTY CLERK are authorised to announce T II 1 K N irK DliltbONol Welilera a cindliUlu lor County CourtClcrk of llreckcnndgecoiinty tub JiCt to the action ot the Democratic party Vhitk of Louisiana hai been nominated and confirmed as Associate lustlec of the Supremo Court Mn Jcct lu the action ol the Democratic party I arc authorized to announce It C RICH a candidate tor County Court Clerk ol llreikcnildgecouPlyub AIIIJSUSoll nlonMiri Tiikrk was many a sod turned under lost Monday Tho farmers are going to work in earnest and preparing for a big crop bn indifferent to tho water works jiicstion Dont say they cant he built Hay they can and must bo built and wo will havo them authorized to announce JKShK II Wli are lilt ClerkCloefMil a candldaie itib lor ol llriikenridge county County Court i Dont Ject to the action ol the Dcmoratie party id f IJare authorlml Cloverport FIIANK fTT J UKAVIN ol the to announce DUlrict Aa candidate lor County Court Clerk ot llreckeif ridge County luljjeii to the action ot the Demo ciaiic party Wllor l are authorized to announce JOHN V AllUI ul llardinliurg a a candi re election to the othiu ol County Court date Clerk of llrtckenridge County auhjict to the action ot the Democratic party are authorised to announce JOHN D f IT IIKKIKIt at a candidate lor County Court y Takino stock in tho water works is not a contribution It is an investment and it will pay a better per rent than govern ment bonds or bank Mock either Â¬ Cicrk aubjeil to the action ol the Democratic FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Ik the moss on any mans bark isthiek enough to ratiso him to oppose water works let him keep his head closed till we gel cm then do the kicking after Â¬ ward arc authorized to announce IlKNItV C fffK AKNIlol lludiunasa Candidate for right to make win ly speeches tho county the Democratic action subject AesorDcputiet to the ltitlwellot AilkUson Me over if he wants to but he should re Mr party phemport and Itobcrt Owen Hock ale FOR JAILER arc authorized to announce MllTON M of the llardintbiirg District as a candidate lorjnilirol llreckenritigeiount sub Â¬ ject to the action ol the Democratic put Of course any candidate lias a perfect Â¬ member that the voters have their say April 7 Wi party are authorized toinnoiince WILLIAM It iMIIKVot Cloveriort u u candidate lor Jailer subject to the action ol the Democratic Major C W Kowler is an announced candidate for State Superintendent of Public Instructions Thu Major is ono of tho best educators in the state and his election would add much to the cause of education Tiifiik is not a man in tills town but who can if he will tako a little stock in the water works If it w only one share it helps that much ami makes you interested to that extent in the success of tho enterprise Â¬ WII to announce J bCOTT l Hock Lickabiraiiilntateror Jailer ol llreikenilile nunt Mihjett to the aitioiitil the DemocraiK pirtj are authorized are authorized to announce lLIKIt as a candidate of Mephmspnrt subject to the for Jailer of llreckenndge count action of the Democratic party Wli Mrs K Rhodes was visitng in Clover-Â¬ port last week Go to Robert A Smiths for first class blacksmlthing Miss Owlngs of Wolf Creek is attend ing College hero Mr R N Jolly Irvington was in town last Monbay It is a five dollar fine to throw a snow ball across the street Miss Jennie Wnill Id returned to Clo verport lust Sttuidiy Mr Krnest Robinson of Glendeaue was in town hist week Mrs P 15 Henderson Webster was visiting hero last week Mr Thos Tieir of Chicago is hi ru vis- Â¬ iting his fathers family Mr J R Johnson was able to get down fctairs n few days ago Rock bottom squeeze down prices aio in force at Kaye it Carters Miss Pearl Miller of Cloverport is visiting Mrs Charles 15 Miller The candidates seem to ho putting in their time this pleasant weather d Fon Sale marc good Co work animal 15 F Heard Thero will be a regular meeting of tho town trustees next Tuesday night Godfrey 1 1 as well planted tliu first po tatoes of tho season last Saturday Dr J C Hush is nt tho llardlnsburg hotel and will remain several days Mr Napp and bride nee Miss Dora Ilensley wero visiting hero lat week Please send in the name of your visit- Â¬ ors wo will bo glad to note their arrival Drown it Co will give an excursion to Ixiuisville on the I II W on March ist Miss Schull of Ohio county is visiting her sister Mis Frank Haswell of this Â¬ Fight-year-olÂ¬ NOT SPEAK Some i neiny to Democracy or person whodcflrcs to ecu tho peace and har- Â¬ mony which now hovers over tho demo Â¬ cratic party in Hreckonndgq county dis Â¬ turbed has published by posters a list of appointments for public epetking by tho candidates before tho Democratic primary This was done without tho knowitdge or consent of Iho candidates or consulta tion of tho Democratic Committee It Is purely without authority and it is un Â¬ warranted Tho people dont want it thu party dont want it and tho candi Â¬ dates will not bo there Tho following notices explain tfien selves Â¬ Georgia Ilelmatetter has a handsome upright piano nnd Is justly proud of it Mr Richard Hngan candldato for sheritT was n guest of Mr Rhodes last week Hon 15 F Willett ami his brollur Richard for County Clerk wero here last Saturdiy Hon Chapezo Wathcn spent Sunday with his wife nnd went to Kllzbethtown Monday on legal business Brother Cherry and his two little daughters Mary and Dasid are visiting relatives in Bowling Green Mr Geo Lyddan not only gots toGus ton on fourth Sundays but comes to Brandenburg on week days I was pleased to meet Mrs Ella Ditto on tho street last Saturday She is not entirely well but improving steadily Mies Kliza Johnson and brother Mr Albert Johnson were In Louisville last week combining business with pleasure It is quite the fad now so n society lady informs me to bo like tho chame- Â¬ leon Dont think tho MreJW Rich- Â¬ ardson is my informant Mrs Geo Clarkson spent last week hero with her sisters and brother She will visit her daughter Mrs OConnor of Klizabcthtown shortly Little Lula Wool folk is a bright music pupil Orla Mclntyre has taken a piece of Ruth Phillips has begun the music Tho older pupils nre progress Â¬ H mmmmmmmttiitmmmmmmmmtt Ladies Muslin NOTICE ncMOCIIATK VOTERS UNDERWEAR amumuuiuaiua uuuuaauuuiaaua the Democratic party llrtckenridge Count STUAUT firL are authorized astoi announce J lor Jailer of candidate DeJHHNlJTIK subject to the action of authorized f X as arccandid He fortmnnnuncc WM LYONS a Jailer of llrcckeuridgc county subject to the anion of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY are authorized to annonncc Judge MIL f Feiihv is made out of tho right Ho dont say go on boys kind of stun but ho says come on and at tho same time planks down his money This town ought to havo moro men mado out of the saino kind of material as Mr Per- - Jin place ry WlION llOAHDofllardinsburgaiicandi At of dale for re election to the olbce torney of Ilrickcnriiljjc County action of the Democratic party Â¬ County subject to the Wl J i are authorized to announce lUh Cloverport as a candidate for County Attrmey of llrtckenridge County sub Â¬ ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR SURVEYOR AA to announce LAIILISr of Cloverport for Surveyor ol llrecktnrldgecounty subject to the action ol the Democratic party That was a wiso tiling in the commit- Â¬ tee to make thu shares of stock small It enables tho working classes who are striving to lay up n portion of their earn ings to invest in a good paying stock and at tho same time help to build up and improve their town Â¬ Forever bring your plows and other farming implements to It A Smith for repairs Thu coldest day in February was the LM th the thermometer registered R t degrees Tho lllytho Pros sold their farm near this place last week to Dennis Flood for 2800 Men of good standing in this town nnd country are standing in our shoes Knyo it Carter If you havo any fine crops of hurley tobacco for sale call on Mr Winehrinner of this place Mrs Will Hell has baen sick all winter and wo aro sorry to say sho is not able to sit up but little Miss Klllo Smith and Miss Mamie Mc Gary returned last week from a visit near Hewleyville Tho Hardiiisburg Normal College is on a boom it has about one hundred scliollars on tho roll Hardin it Hro aro still running low prices on giocerics at their new stand in the Uamblcton house II Severs has resigned the receiver Â¬ ship for Heard t Heeler Matthias Mil- Â¬ ler was appointed in his place jlr Joel Allen of Cloverport who has been visiting Mrs J A Witt for tho last two weeks lias returned home Miss Flla Smith hits gone to St Louis Mo She goes from there to Chillicotho to engagu in tho millinery business Miss Hettio Haswell has returned from a six weeks visit to her grand-mothMrs Win Schull of Ohio county Misses Lillio Avitt and Deo Ilasham of Lodiburg camo in last week to attend College hero They are boardingat Mr John Stitlis Dont forget that Hob Smiths black smith shop is on the lot adjoining his residence and he is prepared to do first class work in this lino Thero will bo a district convention held hero on April 7th to nominate candidates for Magistrate and constable on tho Democratic ticket Will S Heard who has been confined to his room fir tho past four months with rheumatism is sufiiciently improved to bo out on tho veranda and if theso balmy days continue ho thinks ho will get down town soon Tho merchants here look for u good trade this spring notwithstanding thero is some complaint of hard times There Is considerable tobacco moving tho far-Â¬ mers uro preparing to make big crops and business generally is bound to tako an upward tendency 1 are nuthorlzed Wl FOR SHERIFF are authorized to announce I K Tor I IODKS of McDanlels as t candidate Sherlll of llreckcnrldgc county subject to the Deputies W ul the Democratic party attion Scott Cart of Union Mar llios L Wroe of Cloverport and Cbas II Miller ot llardlnsburg We want bold brave dead gamo Democrats to do our lighting before thu enemy Men who can stand up and de fend Democracy its principles and doc Â¬ trines Men in whom every Democrat can tako a pride in voting for and talk- Â¬ ing for Givo us live pushing energetic nominees and well carry tho day in November Â¬ Â¬ To the democrats of Hreckenridge county Thero has been circulated throughout Hreckenridge county within thu past week it list of appointments for the candidates to bo voted forat the com- Â¬ ing primary election to bo held on April 7th next Wo wish to say to tlie Democrats of Hreckenridge county that this list of appointments was mado by n man who is neither a committeeman nor a candidate nnd that none of tliu undersigned wero questioned as to whether such appointments would bo mndc nnd that it was dono without our knowledge or consent Wu further wish to say that we aro op Â¬ posed to public speaking on the part of Democratic candidates before tho primary Such an action would bo contrary to the courso Democratic candidates for county olllces have adopted in nil tho pieceding history of Hreckenridgo poli- Â¬ tics would generate bitterness within our own lines as a result of dealing in personalities and be detrimental in every way to tho intereUs of tho party nnd of its nominees in the coming campaign Resides this being a very busy season ol tliu year the farmers have no timo to lis Â¬ Wo ten to chimney coruer orations take this method of notifying the Demo crats of Hreckenridgo county that wo had nothing to do with the making of the aforesaid nppointments that it does not meet with our approval and that we will not participate in any public discus-Â¬ sion during this campaign Owing to the fact of our not being able to seo all the candidates beforo publication this paper does not represent tho sentiment of all the oilice seekers M M Tate J S DeJernette Milton Hoard Peter Lyons F K Khodes Chits 15 Miller Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ If at ing Now this is not n snnko or fish story hut Mrs Judgo Rawlings actually has bought n wagon load of straw from Wui M Ditto to make hen nests sho has such prolific fowls Miss Fnnnio Price entertained a few friends very pleasantly several evenings since Progressive conversation waltzing and refreshments constituted tho program Saturday morning nt 6 oclock a fino specimen of tho female persuasion arriv- Â¬ ed ot Dr Robt Dowdens Still another girl bady to swell tho number of Bran- Â¬ denburgs list Mother and babo doing Â¬ Klijah Hoard R C Richardson V G Habbage J W Jarrett T H Henderson J D Heeler Thos L Wroe well Mrs Alonzo Moremeus little grand- Â¬ son Drury about eighteen months old fell from a second story window last Thursday and wonderful to relate receiv- Â¬ ed no serious bruises or broken limbs Dr Wells reports him all right Tho sun shono as brightly last Satur- Â¬ day as May day hence tho street was thronged with pedestrians and equestrians Miss Nellie McGehee was a ver Â¬ Money Kaye Made r HOW By Trading at SIX PAGES HTOl Hows This Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Ho Â¬ ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure P J Cheney Co Props Toledo 0 We tho undersigned havo known P J Cheney for tho last 1 5 years and believe IT n notico of lu another column appears Binned by u nuinbur t thu candidates protesting against a list of appointments sent out last week for speaking before the primary The appointments were gotten up without thu knowletlgo of tliu candidates and a nuinbur of them do not give it their sanction This gentleman who made out the list and sent them abroad did a thing that thu people nor tho party will at this time hardly approve It has never been tho custom of the candidates for county olllces hero to make a list of appointments to speak before a primary election and it is not probablu that there will bo a deviation from tho rule in tho present instance Of courso tho right of free speech is denied to no one but in an organization like the Democratic party tho members of which aro supposed to bo governed by rules customs and regulations adopted practically for the best interest of tho cause thero should bo a concert of act ion by all else wo may go down in de- Â¬ feat Speech making at this time is not considered practicable if so tho subect would doubtless have been discussed among tho candidates earlier in tho action Such u course among tho friends of tho party only serves to bring about a great deal of disorder and contention that is not easily gotten over Thu Gross Hichardson contest last fall is a pretty fair sample of what too much speaking brings on before a primary Tho can didates really have but little to speak about and our opinion is that this matter should bo nipped in thu bud and tho bulk of thu firu reserved for tho enemy Tho News in expressing this opinion does so for tho good of the party at largo and not to gratify tho notions of any par- Â¬ Thoso gentlemen aru ticular candidate able to look after themselves but let us maintain tho success of our party nt all hazards Givo usaipilct canvass Â¬ Â¬ him perfectly honorable in till business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm West fi TitiAv Wholesale Druggists Mau Toledo 0 Waldino Kin nan vix Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Price 5c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Â¬ STEPHENSPORT Spring is with us so bu prepared for tho raving of the poet at any time Miss Ilirdlo French and sister of Union Star attended church hero Sunday Miss Caslimau of Union Star and Mr Adkifchon started to school hero Monday Wanted to know what occurred cuto and funny on water st Fiiday call on or address our physician Mrs llato Washington nnd her little nephew were the guests of liersisterMrs L 15 Helm Saturday and Sunday The six n outli old babe of Mr and Mrs W II Hanks was called from its homo by death Tuesday Feb L7 1801 hurried tho following day Mrs Jas Crawford and daughter Ka- Â¬ tie who havo been in Louisville for some time returned hero Saturday to again make this their home Mr and Mrs F J Ferry son and daughter Tom and Grace and Miss Pearl Miller of Cloverport spent Thurs Â¬ day with Mr and Mrs K II Miller and Mrs Frank C Ferry Mr nnd Mm Arthur Hayucs and a bridal party of quite a number passed through town Thursday onrouto to his homeiiear Union Star where a reception was to bo held Miss Ada Hanks joined tilem hero He v 1 A Copass was with us Satur Â¬ day and Sunday to fill his regular ap pointments in tho Haptist church but Ashbumu of tho Western Recorder being hero in behalf of his paper deliv- Â¬ ered three splendid sermons in hi stead Our town escaped allmost miraculously Friday of being consigned to ashes Tho storo of J W Wadiington caught from u defective lluo anil in five minutes from tho timo It was discovered it would have been bovond tho control of any ossistanco tho buildings being so close tho entire rijuare and pcrlmw ono end of town would have gone had not Mr Roland Smith in passing uccl- dently seen tho smoke issuing from tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RAYMOND Mrs J F Claycomb Is on tho sick list this week Mr mid Mrs Hloom Parr visited Miss Xettio Cashman Sunday ovo Mr Cray ton Claycomb spent Sun lay with Messrs Karl and Ernest Head Mr Kdgtir Adkisson and family havo moved in tho house with Mr Ralph lias been set for tho coining of tho end of thu world J K Willis a faith doctor of St Louis says tho tiumpet will sound Thursday March Cth 1690 at 1 oclock p m Tho Doctor must bo a little oft wo havo understood that that event was to occur hi tho early At last a definite timo morn To thoso Republican editors who aro still shootln anvils because Pennsylvania went Republican wo would say Just wait till wo hear from Texas Â¬ Any candidate who has tho arroirance to persist in f peaing when nobody I wants to hear Jilm will do It at tils own roof peril Knott Little Willie Dutschko got his leg broken Saturday evening by a tree falling on him Miss Deo Hasharn and Lillio Avitt started to school at llardlnsburg last Monday Messrs Henry Cashman and John Claycomb attended church at Paynes vllle Sunday Mr and Mrs Kills Still nnd Miss Net Â¬ tle Cashman went to Cloverport shop Â¬ ping Thursday Messrs John nnd Nick Morcor of Mo Daniels havo bought one of Mr Ralph Knotts Linus and will move on it this week Mlw Nettio Cashman contemplates going to school ut llardlnsburg the first of April That dont look like she will need tho house on tho hill itablo Diana in her riding habit while Miss Emma Dee McGehee was attired in a handsome walking costume Mr and Mrs Gough went to Louisville last Thursday to attend a concert in which their grand daughter Miss Agnes Malin took a prominent part She ren- Â¬ dered two violin solos and accompanied several numbers with piano Miss Ag- Â¬ nes returned last Saturday night for a rest but expects to resume her violin studies I welcome dear old Garrett items to this paper and hope we shall hear regu- Â¬ larly from that pen Guston too returns after a slumber Keep awake and use MT JOSEPH your quill weekly So many letters last Mr Retibln Reynolds is ill nt this week and all first class Dont grow writing weary but let us knep right along in Mr Davfd Kingsley Rowe was here line till 85 anhow Will you all on business Friday Answer James King went to Illinois Monday When wo are tempted to repeat gossip where he expects to work this summer should we pause long enough to ask Miss Nannio Adams Toblnsport was three questions often tho tonguo would the guest of Mrs Weatherholt Saturday cleave to the roof of our mouths First and Sunday Is it kind Second Is it true Mr W A Smith has sold his farm to Third Is it necessary Liko feathers tyr Joshua D Powers of Owensboro scattered by the wind our unkind words Candidates are not so plentiful now cannot bo recalled but bruise and wound but plenty of them yet forever Messrs Hoard A Claycomb insurance George Bcuhams little son three agents at Holt wero hero insuring somo years old was burned to death last Frilast week day Dr Pusey was sent for and found Mr and Mrs Sam Ahl aadlittlo datigh tho poor littlo follow fairly charred His tor Hula Cloverport visited relatives mother had stepped into the yard and here Saturday and Sunday she supposes he must have been playing Joseph Carter left for Moweaque 111 in tho lire when his clothing caught last Thursday His brother Frank will His screams reached her when she ran follow in a few days In seized him and Immersed him in a Wo havo pruyor mooting overy barrel of water in the yard burning her Wednesday night Sunday school every hands fearfully Death was not imme Â¬ Sunday evening and preaching tho sec Â¬ diate but Doctor doesnt think ho waB ond nnd fourth Sundays in each month ever conscious of bis suffering Our Sunday school Is progressing nice- Â¬ Gipsy Maid in Messengers waxes ly Mr W K Minor gave us n nice lit- Â¬ eloquent and gets all her latent ire tle talk after school Sunday ovenlng aroused ovor the candidates using intox- Â¬ Tho few pretty days last week made it icants to ingratiate thoruselves into the look a great deal like spring had come good graces of a community She handl- Â¬ and the farmers wero moving things ed tho subject without gloves the only lively Candor Black camo homo with truo way to deal with it Let candidates two or three new plows in his wagon use capability and competency as their Saturday evening Nothing never sucweapons of euccces For all tho rlvor was very rough Sunceeds but what is based on reality Pro K was on timo Junt tho day Waltor tonsipn never wrote an Iliad drove back same said he know It was a llttlo danger- Â¬ Xorxes nor christianized the world ous to cross but ho had a book over Sincerity honesty and competency pay thero ho was bound to go after a hundred old in tho end Try it from A ccitaln young man of this placo did now till the 7th of April look at thi west bound train awful hard Sunday We supposed It was because Notice to Taxpayers Miss Minnie Houltlnghoiue of Addison I will be at Bewloyvlllo on March 10 was on it going to Cannelton to make Union Star tho 21 Stephensport the 22 that place her homo Died at her horns near this place Sat Â¬ for tho purpose of collecting your taxes urday nlgnt the 3d Inst of heart trouble Plcaso remember the dates and meet me Mm Harrison DoIIuven Tho deceased thoso of you who havo not paid Vf 8 Caut D S B 0 was a good colored Christian woman nnd leaves a husband and several chil- Â¬ bADIHS nr children that dren and many friends to mourn her Keedlni r toate upahoubl take want bultdlsg I HON H1TTKRB loss We sympathize with the family in BROWN It li pImmbi to Uk our MtUrlt IaJifM their sad bereavoincnt UeaM4HUouiM AUUnkKpU TAKE NOTICE CANDIDATES learn that a list of appointments for speaking by the candidates for the sever- Â¬ al nominations by the Democratic pri Â¬ mary havo been posted throughout tho county This list has been mado with- Â¬ out any authority of the County Commit Â¬ tee and I am informed without the knowledge or consent of tlo candidates The candidates nro not undernny obliga- Â¬ tion to take notico of tho appointments thus made and I think should not unless nil those running for any oilice agree to fill them D R Murray Chrmn I Carters y- - As they are the Cheapest Oash 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 Firs day of March to commence a Strictly Cash Business Prom the word go Oash or produce must come in when the goods go out And by doing this we can sell cheaper and you knew it Como in nnd get your 20 lbs of Granulated Sugar for 100 Hoosier Cottons 5c Good Plow Shoos for 90c and 100 Ginghams at 5c And every thing in tho store at Rock Bottom prices Â¬ We mean business we are here to stay a while any- how and if we dont make any thing as some of our good merchants say we wont it is our fault not yours And once more we will ask you to como in and settle your accounts at once as we want to square our books and must have the money in our business CALL AND SEE US Respectfully Kaye TOB1NSPORT Cass Gardner is preparing to plant out Carter HARDINSBURG KY Â¬ John Ambers and wife John D Cock rell and wife and Jas England and wlfo all went to Cannelton Sunday to attend a young orchard a baptizing The Baptists at that placo W K Polk went to Dorby last Friday havo organized a church and nre doing a on a business trip good work having had about tbirty flvo Thero was a debato at ono of our school additions to tho church at this meeting houses ono night last week between a eighteen of whom wero baptized Sunday Republican and a Prohibitionist Cannelton nover saw such a sight beforo On Monday tho farmers began to think in all her history that oat sowing would soon bo in full blast but on Tuesday they thought dif- Â¬ Jim lay and Gene Haynes landlords ferent Mr and Mrs Kugono Haynes returned Louis Whitehead who has been teach from Gas City Ind Sunday While ing ttio Finch school this winter will there Mr Haynes nnd Mr James II start for Homo on Wednesdays boat to lay as paitners began negociations with visit relatives for a week and then will tho owners of tho Mlssissinnowa Hotel start with bis new bride for Mouwcqua to get chargo of that noted hostlery On 111 where he oxpecU to make bis futuro Monday Mr Haynes got a telegram to home return immediately that the tradt had School closed hero last Thursday been dosed and he started yesteeday Quito a number of tho patrons wero The Mlssissinnewa fs the finest hotel in present and some of them made brief Jjorthern Indiana and with these hust Â¬ ling business men In nice talks The burden of the teachers as a favorite botwo for charge Its successÂ¬ the traveler la as talks were tho neglect of parents attend sured ing the school 8vhool closed at the These fare both Hreckenridgo county Frank Bchool house Wednesday and at boys good business men and perfect tho Finch school house Friday All gentlemen in ev ry respect Success to were largely attended by visitors the Miwisainnewa c2 up mwt urn wpnwmwwwwf- - THl iiiinf ire 5 XI I X VWeo - An American Story Full of the Romance and Mystery v of the East AND A STRANGE WEIRD FASCINATING STORY OF LOVE hATE TOLD IN ANOV EL MANNER VIVID IN THE PICTURING OF o i EXCITING SITUATIONS Full of Virility and Dramatic t Power Stiring anil Effective Charming and Exciting OF THE READER FEELS THAT HE IS MORE THAN A SPECTATOR THE EVENTS AND TAKES A PERSONAL INTEREST IN THE UNFOLDING OF THE PLOT Masterly Tale By Americas Leading Author Julian Hawthorn till night Ho will accept no advico A Dr Prank MaliiwarlnR n In- Â¬ to tho caio of his health If 1 can only on the fnnlly estates lit catch tho Bcouutli el that shot him dent nml recluse- - U ho OiLircllflu with his mother anil clikit brother 1 says dont earo what becomes of brother Henry Is immifabroul John Another Ho avoids Sinfiro more than ever me The Malnwarlni atu Aiiierlcuilwil lltujlUIi I prcsuino because ho hates to leincm Ith an Income ir Cnono people and the estate ber that ho and Ucnry wero in the posi Â¬ a ytar Is subject to the laws of primogeniture for her favor 1 dont II Mini Slnfire Imestnl a hitherto unheard of tion of rivalofMrs Malnvnrlngnrrles at CeilarclllTc know how ho would feel if ho knew as nkce much about that matter as I do I do lctcr fron ntr a1 from Kiiland lirliiKB written mi his ileithhed nnd committing the lrl all 1 can a keep up Ids spirits but Tho only inedi tnthcrire of his Aimrlciti relitUcs Slnlirc nothing nppcases him in re ired In tndl i a deep Interest In the ab Â¬ cino that will do mo good is to seo a Ill Slnfirc lietras hanging ho declares But though 1 sent Henry M iliiwarlng and John becomes In- Â¬ do not tell him so it begins to look as If An acci Â¬ fatuated wtltli his beantllul cousin comfort would bo indefinitely post- Â¬ dent reveals tu Dr Prink Mjlnw irlng that John that poned has the lieait disease and the ownership of IV Cedaicllfle may change it any moment Tho burglars havo proved an alibi Slnfue becomes n mystery In the Malnwnlng Â¬ liouuhnld John makes iranlid int of Prank mid They wero captured yesterday in Chi Thcio are thieo of them all knowledges his Ion for her He deel lies tli it cago in he wilt shoot any riwil who thwarts him nut known already to tho police They had niks Franks aid In finding out whether her in their possession somo of tho property heart Is free or otherwise stolen in this neighborhood and havo V The mystery surrounding Slnfire grows But their moveÂ¬ confessed tho robbety deeper I rank saves her from the deadly stroKr ments sinco threo days beforo tho mur-Â¬ ofacobriin his collection and a bond of sym der have been traced and it is perfectly 1 he an Â¬ pitliy Is established between the two they wero all in Diiirtlo at tho nouncement ol Henrys cxrected return causes clear titit John is thun- Â¬ VI and VII Henry ar- Â¬ timo it was committed tiinfiikliin tohhilirc Hcmiles i innfid int of derstruck and bowildered Iand I amÂ¬ rives It Cedirclllli greatly disappointed though must con I rank and in a JoKlng way advises him to get He professes to fess that 1 was not eutirely unprepared lid of John and marry Slnfire have had no communication with the Forrest il for this turn of affairs f unity while abroitl There was si strong prima facio proba- Â¬ 1111 he ieprcditlons of a gang of burglars bility that tho burglars wero guilty but In tlie neighborhood cause the Malnwarlngs to on tho other hand apart from their sup Â¬ Slnfire cirrles a derring Â¬ look to their weapons posed presence in tho neighborhood nt er const intly lohn and Henry have harsh why and tho time thero was overy reason words concerning tkelr beautiful cuuslr abstained from any quickly following that Slnfire tells I rank tliit they should have If Henry had cornered IX Slnlirc tells capital crime she hates sonic man unnamed Frank that she has a bitter reckoning to make them so that they could not cheapo it Â¬ with one of his brothersbut punishment Is with Â¬ would havo paid them better to surren X In anticipa- Â¬ der than to get away by tho sacrifice of held out of regard for Frank tion of a visit from theburglars the household ot his lifo and tho fact that Henrys pistol Ceilarclifle removes to a summer camp at Iebble was found undischarged in his pocket is The men propose to re- Â¬ ovidenco tho more that lie could not havo lake 10 miles distant turn to the mansion grounds at night and grap Â¬ put them in peril of either lifo or liberty ple with the burglars unawares and so far aa at CIIAlIKIt I CHAPTER XIV Death is I liavenlwujs believed Is no ivil to hosowho die but distreia re 1 aii8 bdiinil thoin It semis its if ono Ininity had a tendency to breed others I nil when tho anllercr most needs peaco lud reposo ho te incut ccitain to bo con- Â¬ fronted with fresh hcstilo influences Vhere is only ono sure consolation to look forwaid to and that i3 that tho too will iiy will como when you behind youdio untl tu your turn leavo all Mothers condition gives me anxiety John managed his mission clumsily and allowed her to discover too abruptly that her favorito eon was mutderod A I pedes of hysterics immediately seized upon her accompanied by a tremor of tho whole body that has remained ever Sho is hinco and yields to no treatment old and for yeara has led an indolent and in bOmo respects telf indulgent lite and her vital energy Is at a low obb Sho insisted upon seeing tho body before it had been propoily arranged and this mado her worse Sinco then her memory seems partially impaired Sho ever and anon forgets what has happened and then again remembers it nnd her anguish begins anew If sho dooa not soon recover thero is a probability of her sinking into complete forgetfulness and that peihaps would be easier for her than to continuo in her present btato Sinfiro is constant in attendance on her and has taken charge of tho household routine much to the benefit of us all Â¬ - this opportunity to satisfy it Thero was ono circumstance too which struck mo at tho time but which I mentioned to no ono that may have had something to do with his being sur prised in tho way ho was This circum stanco was a flask of brandy uoarly empty in a side pocket of lib coat 1 know that tho flask was full just beforo he started for the lnko because he pro- Â¬ duced it in my room when ho and John looked in to say goodby and took a pull at it As ho had already drunk a good deal even for him during tho day it is fair to surmise that ho must havo been eomowhat overweighted by midnight John it is true does not scorn to havo noticed anything especially distraught in his behavior but then John is a man who has room in his mind for but one thing at a time nnd just then it wus full of burglars Moreover ho could have toen but littlo of Henry uftor tuov took up tncir nllottca stations in amuusli Tom tho groom would bo a moro ox pert witness if I choso to interrogate him but I did hear him observe as if recalling a consolatory circumstance that Master Enry was a feolin mighty It iaovcn good tho night it appennd jiossiblo that ho may bavodropped asleep But theso speculations aro unimpor- Â¬ tant Sinco it is proved that ho was not killed in tho way of business as tho detectives put it it follows that ho was a victim to somo enemy and tho next step is to find out who his oncmies were At first sight this would not seem dilli cult for Henry was a man to mako friends with ovcrybody Mid theroforo his enemies should bo few But upon second thought no ono can bo said to know much about Henrys real lifo and it is often tho good natured easy going men whoso enemies when they have any ure the bitterest and most unrolent Â¬ Ho was attacked can bo seen unprovoked that is to say by somo enemy who had been cherishing a grudgo against him and had improved Ing v Slnfire 2Tio examinations and investigations John aro still proceeding in full vigor has engaged tho best detectives that aro to bo had nnd thero is littlo reason to fear that tho burglars if they wore tho It la a singular inurdorers can cscapo circumstance however that as yet no traces of tho gang later than throo days beforo tho fatal uight havo been discov erod In this vicinity tior do the detect Â¬ ives agree with our theory that tho bur glaries wore tho result of local enter- Â¬ prise They think they wore tho work of experienced and scientific profession als ami aro apparently at a loss to un- Â¬ derstand why they should needlessly havo compromised thomselves by staining Such mon kill their trail with blood only in tho last extremity John is restless and irritablo and is constantly liaving speech with ono or other of his detectives and making all sorts of crude and impracticable sugges tiont Ho sleeps badly ha tells we and He is looking hag Ium fearful dreams ijrd and ill and sinoken from taojning Â¬ Â¬ it comtnnt In attendance on her Who can say into how many desperato scrapes Henrys lax ways with women for instance may Havo led nmif some rovengofnl husband or brother may havo been following hint half way round the world waiting his opportunity to strike his blow Manifestly wo could hopo to apprehend such a erson only by tho merest chanco Ho might buy ahouso lioro and sottlo down tomorrow and wo should never rccognizo or even suspect A habit of secrecy and retlconco him may bo all very well so long as n man lives orgots into uo trouble but then it is liablo to react ngalnst him Henry has prevented us from knowing how to aveugopr help him Meanwhllo tho detectives as their man Â¬ ner is seem disposed to exhaust what- Â¬ ever material may bo nt hnud beforo go- Â¬ ing on to the regiou of speculation In other words thoy nro aiming to find out what Henrys iclatlons wero with the people with whom ho was in contact hero at homo This list would include practically no ono besides John and my Â¬ Wo self Tom tho groom nnd Stnflro saw littlo company during his stay with us and that only in the most formal way No ono oxpects of course that the Inquiry will result in anything None of the jiersons named la likely to bo seri- Â¬ ously susjiccted of any share in Henrys death but it is uo doubt right and prop- Â¬ er that tho form of investigation should be gone through with It will leave the field clear for further Investigation o Jost tip platot flit ilro In tho hair up mi John ngrofii with io In this and as an iothers on us will won un the Idea w us furcated to him liab ein o says Ho hoff Master Enry tin expressed himself im aiitlmis to have nn I goes ono ono way nn tother tho If I shot him I want bother nn l uvcfl Master John where o it carried out to know It ho said with a touch uf av was Wll 1 mieaks up an I sneaks on down nn I stops nn listens au oncrt I Youre not In II ago humor know Prank ho went on your gouty thought I ad Im sure enough but toe that oii found such fault with twas only h labhit ur honor Au So thinks 1 This tres a rum way of hervod on that good turn at leist 1 thinks Well It lies between Tom and mo And nKti passln tho night my wqrd ho added after a moments it might be 2 in tho moriilu J er hoi or thought either he or I might havo done when I cais eomethiu an sajs toinyself It so far as opportunity goesl We cant Wns that n pistol says I or wasnt It prove an alibi like tho burglars nnd With that I begins uoslu lottud a bit gottin more au moro ho er toward Master youl I laughed but tho fact Is I felt ti littlo HeLrys boat a it might be but nothiu uncomfortable not so much on Johns at all does I see J er honor till says I pr Toms account as for another reason Youro naught but n fool to bo thinkiu of which John as yet knows nothing It Tom says I I was just below along Ho thinks as everybody elso does that sldo tho cliff when I spoko them words Sinfiro was miles away nt tho fatal mo- yer honor when what does I sec it ment But In truth no ono but sho her might bo 10 yards holf but a but a At self knows oxactly whero sho was after black a black eap o soniethln Should this leak this point Tom sniveled and broko down 12 oclock that night out It might lead to disagreeable com- Â¬ nnd thero wits n pause in tho proceedings plications Something might bo discovIn short j on discovered what turned ered of tho reasons sho had for hating out to be tho deceased tuid tho exam- Â¬ Henry Indeed wero I to tell nil that iner has come to my knowletlgo it might ac An it went nigh for to break my art tually endanger her lifo People have it did said Tom in a treitiiloiii volco been hanged on circumstantial uldence Ardly cold V was au twas honly no stronger than that Of course I know when I seo is ntr that 1 known im an ns certainly as I know anything that 1 thero waz an oh- clean tluoiigh hiinyer caunot prove that sho is utterly Incapa honor au ilang the devil what did it ble of such a deed but of course also whoever ho be exclaimed Tom with this certainty is based upon my intimate sudden vehemence and then ho broko personal knowledge of her character down onco moro and wept bitterly which would bo of no value as ovidenco SJ 5 iu a court of law If my testimony Is m IsZdir CktS called for I am resolved to piofess Ig noranco of anything but tho most external acipiaintanco with her movements or motives and for tho test she is am ply able to protect herself if sho chooses 8 mVJ I ha o just said that my knowledge of her character is Intimate and yet it Is not for I do not know whether or not sho will chooso to protect herself It is impossiblo to foretell whero a womans notion of independence will begin or end It is moro than conceivable that Sinfiro out of mero wanton defiance or waywardness might tell in tho witness box tho whole story of her previous lifo which sho has permitted oven mo only to guess at A jury might seo in that story motive enough to warrant a conviction Fear of that samo waywardness with- holds me from speaking to her on tho subject If I wero to toll her that sho is in danger she would bo as likely as not Ardly cold c vat nn tttrt hnnJinhcn to go deliberately off nnd thrust her head I gee Is tlr Unit I hnmatl Im into tho lions mouth If on tho contraAfter nwhilo ho went on to tell how ry sho discovers her danger herself the ho left tho body lying there and lettirn instinct of self defenso and of justico lagtotho houso knocked at my door may prompt her to repel it If hers how ho found mo just awaking from wero a uaturo that I could control 1 sleep propped up in my chair with pil- Â¬ would put forth my power without hesi- lows and bandages and how at first ho tation and give her a lesson to repeat by had great difficulty in making mo coin rote only tliit if I could control her I prehend what had happened But ns should care nothing about her and sho quick as Master Fiank got tho rights of mlglit do what she liked it ho added ho ops up an hoff o stui ts Fortunately or unfortunately neither with no moro eed to his bad foot than sho nor I havo any leisuro to pass In each nothin at all an thinks I to myself Tho others society Her hands aro full with doctors a quiet man till Vs awake household cares and nursing mother thinks I but Vs got tho grit of a and I nm sufficiently employed iiion winner when o gets started think Then ho related our meeting w itl other business But In the evenings I after tho work Is done I retreat to my Tohn und how wo carried tho body mo and how ho w ent for tho coroner library and write or play with Sapranl I have au idea that I should liko to put and thus concluued his iutci eating depoon gypsy attire and wander off on foot sition which had stirred both tears and through tho world with Sapranl and smiles in many At tho end ho left the Sinfiro Sapranls performances would stand without a stain upon his characearn us a living and Siufiro und I would ter as tho newspapers say mako caeh other happy It would bo a to he continued truer and sweeter lifo than all the wealth could give and resources of civilization us for wo possess all wo caro for in our- Â¬ in selves A few months ago I thought my I highest happiness would consist in gov- Â¬ erning mankind now I know that my ouly happiness is to bo found in serving inherited Scrofula Cured this mysterious girl But shall I ever realizo that happiness I say yes But I havo my doubts for Road tho Statomcnt all that I havo nover asked her she Popular Teacher lias never promised and all may turn out a dreain CHAPTER XV Thoy havo not yet found out whomur lored Henry Mainwaring Tho authorities more out of considcr itlon for us than for any other reason undertook to focus their suspicions first apon poor Tom Tho coroners jury had como to tho conclusion that deceased camo to his death by a bullet discharged from a pistol in the hands of a porson or persons to this jury nt present unknown Now Tom had been provided with n pis- Â¬ tol on the night in question a brand Wesson revolver with now Smith soven cartridges aid various automatic nnd other improvements and ho had further been fitted out with a belt to sling it in and all this apparatus ho had Mr Oca A XlrUle faithfully bomb from sunset till sunrise ilt Iloruli Term Tills and his presence in tho forest when Henry was Bhot were tho damning facts f The statements la tho testimonial below nr against him familiar facts to tho Immediate friends o Mr Toms English straightforwardness Geo A Zlrkle school teacher of Mt Ilorcb combined with his evident nffection for Tenn very w ell know n throughout tlio county i here ho u as born anil 1ms alv a s lived Head It tho dead man his indignation at being supposed capabloof working him injury C I Hood It Co Lowell Mass Bear Sirs I believe In Hoods Sarsaparllla and his consternation at being arraigned InI havo suffered law wero both I will tell you why child hood When from beforo tho majesty of tho 3T years herited scrofula from comical and pathetic When tho ro of age my eyes becanio strangely affected I volvor was produced moreover all tho could not read after sunset and when I would soven cartridges wsro still In It nnd closo my eyes I could not open them but oa thero was no sign of its over liaving been whichever sldo I lay on that si Jo I could open discharged No ono of tho witnesses my eye This condition continued about two called to testify as to his character could years nnd was succeeded by An Intolorablo Itching find a word to say against him nor could I my it bo shown that ho had ever had any all over my body and limbs I had to havo me misunderstanding with tho deceased or littlo boys lako shoo brushes and scratch w ns a mouth and It w as dreadful 1 1 had anything to hopo from hs deuth followed Immediatelycontinuedtumor In tho right by a to answer for And when ho was put up etdo of my neck ns largo m a small egg I nt himself his testimony was as convincing onco commenced taking physicians prescrip as it was involved tions and continued till I lost hopo In tho mean Twas this way please yer honor tlmo tho tumor changed Its pUco to tho Imme- Â¬ Wo was to drivo to tholako diate front of my neck suppurated and was folho began for to spend tho night Thero was mo lowed by others till six had formed and broken Finally tlireo jears ago another larno tu- Â¬ an tho young gentlemen barrin Master my collar bono seated itself Frank ns was laid up with a bad foot mor In months on the point ofway back oa tha sir an tho mistress nn tho young lady nnd six of another half them soon began to illsclmrco bone Hoth So when wo got thero Master John and continued to do do till about sovi innathi o says an ago I tried everything Including pros iptlous o Saddlo up Tom says take tho pistol o says an back we goes 1 was oUen so weak that I Could Scarcely Walk o says So I to wallop thorn burglars could so confused that didnt know whatod bo hup to yer and my mind was my business schoolI teach-honor not avin ad the tip 0 wsomever ftcarcclv attend to discouraged And now my I saddles up nn hoff wo goes mo nn Jug I was utterly closo 1 began tho use ot tory draws to a Master John an Master Enry An thero was tho young lady sho was achln to go too an they wouldnt avo it but says she to me privatolike sojs she Ill bo Hoods Sarsaparllla a littlo less than a year ago I and took Ave bottles When I began I liad no hoyen with cm yet Tom sho says fjjtli In It In lesi tlian three months both the knows ow to put on a saddlo myself luirei oa my shoulder wero healed 1 was cured she says so look out she says Well n u troublesome cntarrlu nnd kcrofuloiis habit apparent iirown hoff wo goes lelaurelyliko an the young has meadlly ever did hiless lite and am 1 weigh my 1 gentlemen a chaflln an a luughiu an inure than In the Best of Health Mostor Enry o gives me a pull at is flask Uod bless iin for to keep my gall considering my constitution Do you wonder Harsaparllla I np o Bays Well twas that darjc aj that I bellore In Hoods It every where andcan do every no lets man recommend wo missed our way oncet or twicet nn way J bo A ZiMKtH Mt lloreb Tenn it might boalf after 11 when we was Hoods Pills euro liver Ills constipation back in our hown woods yer honor blllouinejs Jaundice sick headache Indigestion wa dismounted au tied up to Well Try to bo more succinct interposed FARM FOR SALE How did tha examining gentleman A The old Tr you dispose yourselves after arriving in fork one homestead of CI tisgahMullen on Will churcli mile abov old sell cheap for cash or on llm with iriiod security the vicinity of Cedarcliffer WM MUIIUN Master John says e Yon keep by Call pn or addrcsa CluverportKy an along ere Tom e says au Enry side o says do you look out for that Our Gem ShlrU have arrived choice aa Ill do this ere slice e says an if 60 ceuU at Ikbbaa any otw oa us raises tba game a says Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BRROKRtstMl3GE NEWS OLOVBRPORT KV rlou sijs If You Have Scrofula Fores a or any other skin diBense take 13oiI ThiijieM thopiiwnt jcni at 122 0010011 bill put iniiiti fresh Inimuro tm tiur tut rot giniitid Tho Prtiirh wlnocrnp this year Is better than it has been iu many years is estliiiiitod UUU0U galloiM against 050 GREGORY ti CO WHARFMASTERS CL0VERP0RT Alan Wholtuli KENTUCKY mil IUU11 Dealer In joar AYERS SARSAPARILLA the Superior Blood Purifier and Spring Medicine Cures others will cure you UTILIZING THE CORN CROP Opinions Kxprrsscil by n farmer VVlio Dora Nut lleilsn Corncobs DlvcrsoopliiioiiH aro yearly expressed on tho milijeet of eiihineal iw feed for stock Hero Is what ono fanner and a sticcehsful one too haa to say on tho subject In a coniiiiiiiiicatlou to Country Oentlciiimi Perhaps tho silo gets all tho feeding valuo out of tho corn crop but overy farmer will not hnvo u silo nnd tliiio should ho soino uulistituto for It This might bo n mill Into which tho stalks nnd cars might bo fed and Then no part of nil ground together this Invnliiulilo plant will bo wimtcd It IsMitno ears ago that I suggested tho utility of a mill for grinding tho com in tho hiik imd now 1 mo such a mill Is In tho mii ket although I havo not jet tiled it Hut for stock feeding it must bo u great economy ns tho husks nru nutritious said by somo of tho ev poits to bo pieferablu to tho blades or tho fctalks This 1 bellove ns I find my stock of nil kinds horses mules und IiIiii ki Pilsonera A Chili ro prison im ulh d n onnguo It i until door Is bariid Willi bamboo and is guarded by petty wildiers or io liceincn Tlio ciinguo tontiiiiiM two rooms nnd two yards Ono loom nnd Tho other room ono yanl nro for men and yard mo for women Tho space set apart for women Is very much smaller than that fur men Hut tho womens qnnitcrs and tho mens quarters aro alko in being en tirely devoid of nny provision for i r sonnl comfort or for personal decency Chinese prisoners nro by tho govern Â¬ Yollow Pino Flooring Shingles and Coiling Lime Hair Doors Laths Cement Sash and Brick Blinds and all kinds of Building Material bole Agents for Homostead Fertilizoro Bono Meal and Troy Orders accompanied with the cash promptly filled Â¬ ment provided with absolutely nothing but tho Bpaco beyond which they may not pass If their friends thrust food to them through tho bars of tho prison fence tho law docs not Interpose Oth Pitts crwiso tho prisoners innystnnc bmg nir patch How rt BANK OF H AUDITS BURG Capital Stock 825 000 Surplus 7 GOO Urn Slre ps Q rrl iS Â¬ Jt rr r Â¬ D F BEARD rrealdent People often wonder why n hen docs not full oil her peich wlTcii sho goes to WILL MILLER Vice President sleep Tho fnct is sho cuiinot As long M II BEARD Cashier ns a hen is standing up or wnlking about I QW BEARD tho tendons of her toes nro relaxed but MORRIS KSKKIIMiK Dire tor I by a very curious arrangement n natuM JOLLY R grip tho moment who ral mechanical INTEREST P4ID 04 TIME DEPOSITS sits down on her perch tlio net of bond ing tho knto joint tightens tho too sin D ows nnd they aro drawn taut thus clasp ing tho foot around tho perch with a viseliko clutch Mho can only loosen it by rising nnd that is tho reason why a hen or bird that has biiii fioin toibMth Long Brick Houso is found firmly IKedontliopeiilt Ileus orbiidi that dio iu convulsions Mnnd CLOVJiKlORT KV up or tiy to lly nnd nt full but u bird thnt has been frozen slowly to death Desires to seo nil tho tobacco Exchange remains on tho peich surrounding Â¬ BRASHEAR TOBACCO BUYER J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Believe Hoods cattle even tho calves eat tho husks leadily and get rid ot thein whilo tho wholo stalks nro only putly eaten Dut the cobs scum to bo despind by tho mnjorlty of farmers and it is alleged that tho haul plates in them can This 1 not bo ground or digested know Is u mistake Onco I had u grist mill on ono of my farms and tho fai nuns thereabouts biuught coin in tho ear to bo giound foi all tho stock They inistid horses nnd cittlo alike upon having the cobs ground fine and I did this by using ono ot tho eccentric steel mills then used for grinding quartz for tho gold mines liit bieaking the Tho cobs in a bark crusher reveised meal was imitu as lino and suit as that Wluu mado fioiii tho grain nlnni magnified tho haul paitsuf tho cobs appeared liko tho scales of tho eleanul On bian now usual in tho market fettling tho meal to my horses iindeiue fully examining tho manure no par ticle ot theso hard parts of tho cobs could biiseen They seemed tobodigest ed fully as well as tho bran of tho grain It is well known that tho stomach of nu animal beats tho chemists uppaia tus in tho digestion of tlio food untl that by skilltully mixing foods moro of them will bo digested than if ono wero Somo part of tho success in fed ulono feeding economically depends on this mingling of various foods and it Is well known by observing feedeis who thus mnko a prnctico of using sevoial kinds of foods together nnd find ns n result thut tho pioducts of this uiixtd rntlon is better than thoso from nny Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Atrrso to tlio Ciimora Roscco Coiikling took u very cynical When I step view of picture making ped up to his dibk ono dny in Washing ton nnd nskid him togivo mo n Bitting ho gavo his curly blown locks u toss nnd leplied A picture lir Afl mo nnylhing never elstl Hut n picture tther photogiaphi is had no better niece ks AlfMiuder T Siewmt was simply Ho would not even tutu tain callous n pioposal t isit before n cnncia Whin ho dud thero was n mtmoiibli tough and tumble bciimblo among tho news paper meii to get im thing in lb way of iilikeniFsoI him most of them be ing compelled to uly upon tin if Htol Itttltui of him and hi it iiuntion -G 1nth iu New Yoik Hi wild Â¬ Â¬ farmers country of this and James M Lewis nlraetor l Itaildci OLOVERPORT KY Tstimutes hirnusliil on npplieath Crriimtloii In IriniHi hulilii The ci filiation of Sir Samuel Raker tho All lean exploicr calls attention to tho fact tliit many prominent Iluladel pliians hivo hi en citmited and others havo provided by will for that deposition of their remains All tho Pennsyl vania furnaces for burningupbotliis aro kept quite busy This disposition of 10 CO NMV UUNN Uih ZJU1 lUUMDUAY inains usually implies tho absence of Christian burial as few evangelical mm Louisville St Louis Ttxas R R Co Istciswill ofllciato ut ft cicmntion It 1STO Las been decided that n member of a lodgo who is cremated cannot havo a Mv Fonio funeral in this btato Philadelphia Times At600 oclckXHllundayTbec 17 1853 Â¬ Â¬ For a C I OUT IN A IMTCNT prompt answer and an boncia opinion wrlto to who havo tmrtniialTtifiy years Ml NN k-nco In tlio patent tuxlntss rnnimunlui iKrli A lliinillinoU nMn tlimgrtrlitlyrnntMinitiii loriniuioii rnnnrnnm Ilitril anil bow to obÂ¬ Alo tain tlicm sent IriO Kiks n rainlOKUO ut lucuiaii sent Ino lcil anil sell ntlllo b 1itenti taken tlironuti Muiin A Co rccelTO ppoclalnotlcotntho clotillfir Atiirrlinn and with thus aro brought wldoly bcinroltie publicpaper out mat to tho Inventor I bis splendid Issued eekly eleirantlylllat rat ed his by far tho larvosi rlrculatlnn ot any scientltic work Iu tho world VI a rear banipio coplpusent mJrcp 1S11I flBllastJInnlA litUln llltlllllll J f lPJIn J a aJU U Illlt CllltllU tnnln- - l rnntx rvcrTiHHUDcr comamn noau- tlful plates in colon nml Iholornph of mw onnbllnir iulliljrstothow tho with liouut itptltnix pi in PptumcnntriKin latpxt ami Adilrtea COPYRIGHTS TIMESCHEDTILE Weil Hound TVmns M 63 A 22 ITCHING FILES A1OIA7TELY C0PX3 UnltiiH UllOtts llllilClll I tnlrno Irhlntr ami r oywi Mciilnir 11 sllnillicllu U Miu l cnlni iiim - r nn unl iimirutr iT I M iiMliinlnlruiil iVVN ii Mil I llMlSe it ori fatUlvlfcxKU If j I iNurliUiifrls4 B1 Katl Hound Tratm Mail A ofa Binglo food Somo years ago I suggested to n farm Implement maker tho uso of n number of small anws mounted on a shaft as a nMTrWFNT Itxprs Kxprs Daily 6 3Upin 6 72 7 Mill M Dally 8 30prr bTAHONb Kxprs Kxpr Dally 12 12 11 Dally 7 8 8IU 40 HO nun IvUnn U ptar Kentucky St lnnK llranch Hramlcnburtr Kkron fusion Hock Haven 4pin means of thus shredding tho stulks and other parts of tho corn plant with tho grain so as to mako a mixed feed lor cattlo that would bo easily eaten and digested Sinco then this method has been adopted in tho preparation of tho cano for sugar making tho cells of tho plant all b ing broken up by this shred Â¬ ding and thus releasing tho sweet sap much bettor than it can bo dono by Thero is littlo doubt that if cuishing such a machine wero olTored to stock If feeders it would becomo popular tho wholo waste of our enormous corn crop could bo neenrntely figured up it would nmouut to such a largo sum as would add greatly to thoaggrcgato prof Â¬ In overy other its of feeding stock industry than agriculture overy small saving is mndo and it adds considerably to tho iucoino Â¬ f tii J 841 907 017 y Id y hi J Wist Ioint Howard 7 47 7M HOI 8 8 11 0 Oiiii 1147 1122 1124 1107 1U5J ION 1041 10 10 10 111 815 714 707 7H 7 JO Ulii t5S liK 614 HilMllli MAItKET HEIVS 8 21 8 Correctly mikl ly lliitiphrey A I infer Pro- btlict dnce Commission Merchants yitici Main and Market Louisville Ky H RJi HU DUO DIM ai Irvlngton Wtbster LodibuiK 0 48 U40 6 mi 6 67 1004 10 10 ion 102O 21 CI btepliensport 1letcc Skiiple 2J i 20 11 J14 a 17 U2S lOJn 1060 11 11 11 LOUISVILLE KV March 0 IbUl Shimiora should murk all imekires plainly with shippers name and poat oilic uddreds BUTTER 18 Choice country 1 Addison Holt Clovtrport Shops ion 562 545 6 40 6 24 6 21 4 4 4 4 ion a 48 a 45 a 31 a 22 a 5rt UJl U51 uu li 10M 11 in 111 bkilliuan Hawcsvillc 1IIU2 10 07 10 I JO 1018 10 1011 111 1131 1140 11 lctrlc lalmii Caycc Medium Common Creamery HUGS 11 It 2J 13 11 W IM Fresh 11 11 II I Â¬ Sueur lleet Web Worm Tho stigiir beet web worm is n moth which nppoiirs in great numbers in July laying Its eggs on tho loaves wliich aro eaten by tho young larviu to such nn extent as to kill tho plants Tho remedies suggested by tho depart ment of ngirctilturo mo tho deep plow Â¬ ing of tho noil bo ns to bury tho imma ture iiibects and harrowing of tho land tooxposo theni to their natural enemies Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11EANS 1 75 tu 1 85 Michigan hand picked -- 1 to I 85 ndlai a Navy 1 00 to 1 20 Old or Common nnd colored DRIED AITLUS AND PEACHES hA to Apples choice bright quarters 4Jf to 5 Apples averago Apple old 4 to 5 Peaches new Peaches old HUTi 11 ll 12 lJpm 12 22 12 U 12 38 12 42 12 Ml Sun Iewisport Sowtrs Owensboro rilhth a us a ei 8 u 5ia 51 45 42 08 HI 8fS 8 11 8 02 7 54 7 51 latcs 40 8 25 4W 420 4 4 Mattinely 3 47 141 1111 im Upm 1J lOxn Ubl 108 114 1 30pm Stanley Worthlnuton ItenU Spotlsville 7 4J 337 3 30 735 7 27 arlUndersn It llasketts 710 7 05 323 310 310 2 55lin LoulsvileHadInsburg TAKING Daily ex bun e Western li9 RR 1891 No 3 TIME TABLE FEATHERS Prime white goose Mixed Old No 1 duck Oreen food Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skint 35 I Q OS 2 West Hound Trains Nnfi Daily x Sun Vo 1 11 00 mi 1140 11 65 mi 12 12 12 4S KFFKCT JULY Ktst Hound 1 ramt 7 Dally Daily STATIONS ex bun rx bun Darned Haidinsliiir Kirk Dempster Irvlnirlon Ar OartiLld No 2 No 9 30am 8 20 8 HO C 25 HIDES Iv 3K 20 ft Â¬ Â¬ quail meadow larks nnd other birds as well ns mico and many small quad POULTRY rupeds which devour them in great Hens per lb numbers Hoo ters per lb Another means Biiggcbted is thofipray Snrinir Chickens per lb Ing of tho leaves with paria green iu Young Duckt per lb Oeese full water which uhonld bo dono Into in Turkeys foatbord or eaily in July As this pest Juno 11UU1S appealed for tho first tlmo In 180 it llnieng Ky and Indiana spread Yellow ltoot is most likely that It will boon MMK to other localities and as is n common Rabbits rulo attack other plants Squirrels ArlouHuriil Nous and Notoa London Times estimates tho wheat aiea In Great Hrltaln ut 170S 8G9 acres nnd tho crop tit 10420 107 Moro land is devoted to bar bushols loy than to wheat or 225720a acres nnd still moro toonts 4410011 acres A schemo has lately been devised to uso electricity as a fertilhtor o tho soil Tho French farmer has learned that raising sugar boots Increases tho yield Tho process is nn Indirect of tho land ono Tlio rofuso from tho beet roots en ables him to keep moiostock nnd heir innnuro Improves tho soil Tho poultry buildings on tho farm of Hon Lovi V Morton recently burned down nro almost rebuilt and it is esti Â¬ mated will cost about 10000 Tho Incubators mid broodors will bo run bj electricity whilo n number of other features will bo Introduced which liavo horotoforo beou unknown iu poultry fix Â¬ ings Tho largest hopynrd In tho world Is eald to bo In Yakima county Wash and contains 000 acres Thoro aro sev- Â¬ eral In that rtato of 300 acres and up- Â¬ ward For carrots no soil can bo superior to a fibrous loam Take for instance a They aro rich sod recently broken ftilvUurbvklndnm however Unut Tho Â¬ n 7 60 7 40 1I 118 125 145 r 12H 6f7u 7 3 76 7 2 20 2 32 2 41 2 6J Mpm i Jollv ilimleanc ar Pallslluughh ltockvalt Kuth A skint Oaks ArForilsvillrI 710 t Id A 40 CM 637 6 Id 518 lila 50 4 45am 2 25 16 2 50 THE LOUISVILLE L E ST LOUIS Ala LINE ST L R K 7i 1 SHORTEST QUICKEST Quail WOOL Tub washed Orease finev Qrease coarse Merino llurry and Cots Tallow Beeswax Sorghum 35 3 1 50 24 -- AND11ESTLINKT0 12 i lflft 5 4 St Tim Louis Evansville 28 17 14 AND ALL POINTS 12TyM 10 West and South West Cird in Effect Jul 31 1892 Louiirllle 805 am 825 pm4i2tl pm Arr St Louli 720 pin 845 a m 1000pm KvansTille li20 For further lifnrniatlon eall on or address Lv S5 30 Molasses HA l uuAin i crei Wa auoto price j to day on Louisville city RA CAMPBELL Hoods5 Cures 1 wharfi No 3 oats lenl Past Agt D SI lojlt Mo OATS 32 HAY 1 J D CAMPBELL 38 90 12 00 00 5 50 42 City Ticket Offiee VA S W Cor Ttitlavlll Ky Third AMaln Strictly chclc Cholco No 3 flood Medium Good llrlght Straw C011N Choice whit Choice shelled It 10 4 75 a 00 80 00 tit lnulsTllle hT It CATTLE 4 00 3 i0 -- 3 40 S 00 6 25 20 fi 50 under4 75 2 75 1 JO flood to extra shipping Llgbl shlpplux Medium to good butchers 11003 Choice packing anil butchers Fair tu good S heats llest llutcbers llue and plgi 100 lbs loud to extra slipping Fair to good LAMliS Oood to extra spring Fair to good Dinger and 5 00 3 25 J 60 4 75 4 00 VftSsKbaHisisiHHslHl 4 50 2 50 vWTf PTRPOflATm VXJ p mrA Breckenridge WKDNESIUY M THE BRROKRNRIDGE NRWS OLOYERPORT KY News 7 - i UICII 1811 Tho llnevillc amendment wan ruled out of order and tho bill was pusscd The amended turnpike bill was pawed D cmocracy II ANOTHER WEEK Tho substitute for the bill d lining the penalty for falling to pay taxes waa purs ed Â¬ Has Passed and tho Logislativo Mill Grinds out Sovoral Moro Now Laws Tho Qulgly Local Option Law is Finally Disposed of by Both Housos Tho Asylum Appropriations Got Through and Jack Gross Is Happy John Hardin Makes His Master Speech and Defeats the Gas Well Bill MORE DOUBLE TAX mitNoox erMiov PVUTV VVMIX The House passed the bill raising the Pirly names seldom Indicate tin1 riai V to principals of a party lunatic asylum per capita from They are g- neral 150 and also the bill making approprialy conferred by their adversaries and tions aggregating 100000 for the im not unfrcquently In derision and to ex Â¬ provement of asylums Whig Tory and Hound cite prejudice These were Senator Gross pet meas Â¬ head are terms not Indicating political ures and ho should justly feel proud that principles They originally meant horsethey will become laws men robbers and men with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ short-cropped TIIK SKVVTK NO Feb 20 Special In tho Senate to day Mr Goebol called tip the bill to give fiscal courts control cf free turnpike roads in accordance- with the law governing county roads The bill was slightly amended and passed The Conference Committee- report on the Husband and Wife bill was taken up and after a thorough discussion It was passed with a few amendments The main features of the bill remain as they originally were The bill providing for State reformatory schools was taken up and discussed but it was recommitted to the Commit-t- on Charitable Institutions tiik itof i Monday Fob -- 0 The House went to suspending rules to day and discussing only important measures Realizing the fact that they have but two moro weeks before them tho members deem it best to wasto no more time on unimportant measures Tho bill to prevent the wasting of natural gas and petroleum and to provide for plugging all abandoned wells was taken up for debate Tho debate was a hot one and it grew very interesting Mr Kirk of Johnson was the champion while John Hardin of Meade opposed Old Hods speech was loud long it and at times eloquent At least his argument was convincing for when the vote was taken the House was with him by a vote of 10 to -- 8 and the bill was defeated Mr Hardin is from a natural gas county and he was well posted on the While Mr Hardin has always subject been an active and influential member this was tho master efTort that he has made during the session and he covered himself with glory A report sent to the House from the Auditors ollico to day developed the fact that every Itepresentative with the single exception of Dr A S Janice of Muhleuburg county overdrew his mile age and stationery in tho last session of the Legislature Dr James finds that there are still 20 due him All tho others drew mileage and stationery three times during tho session they made drafts at the beginning of the extra session and at the adjourned session Fkankfoiit Kv - Â¬ Thursday March 1 Pursuant to the Constitution and a resolution adopted early in the session this was the day for deciding which of tho Senators should Tho numbers were hold for two terms all put into a hat and after a thorough shaking tho drawing of numbers began It was discovered that evens had it by by a majority of one and following are tho names of thu hold over Senators Hon ling Deboe Klliston Fulton Goeble iross Harp llnyward Holloway Iuid es Lay Martin C II Martin H LXell Salycr Stevenson and Noe Oglevic Weissingcr The citizens of tho Tenth will bo pleased to know that the star of their efficient Senator Gen A J Gross still floats high in tho Heavens There s not a better represented district in the State than tho Tenth He reflects credit upon the good judgement of the citizens of Meade Hreckenridge and Hancock Tho Senate does not agree with the Houso in regard to abolishing the Hoard of Initialization entirely and tho House will not accept the Senates substitute for the board to meet onco in four years The Indications are that this little cross will cause the board to remain unmolested as it is at the ptesent The charter for second class cities was passed by sections to day there only re Â¬ maining onesection to be consideieil to Â¬ Â¬ morrow Tin iioiHi Thursday March The bill appro priating 20000 to extend the walls of tho Frankfort penitentiary was passed to day by the House A bill appropriating 250 to buy Iibles for the penitentiary also passed A resolution petitioning tho U S Senate to pass tho Wilson bill without delay was introduced by Mr Heckner It was referred to the Committe on Judi1 Â¬ Â¬ hair In this country each stuto lias hail its local party names while tho National Goverment has had several mostly un Be Â¬ meaning terms arbitrarily Applied fore tho adoption of the Federal Consti Â¬ Federalist tution the party name meant those who favond the adoption of the Constitution Afti r the adoption of the Constitution thu name wasapplicd to those who sought by stretching and construction to make it txtend beyond what its fraiuers intended it should em- Â¬ brace and still afttr this the name was born by tiioso who opposed the war of 1812 They were the successors of tho Tories nud tho Tories were persons who during Hie time of the war of thu Involution synipathid with the mother country and gave aid and succor to the Knglish against thu American Patriots In contiadistinction to tho Fedeiallst where there was a mixture of aristocracy who was one we had thu Hepublican who favored a Hepublican form of gov- Â¬ ernment where the will of tho people should bo thu controling power The Hepublican party at that time included all those who were opposed to federalism These names continued till tho administration of Mr Monroe when many of the leaders of tho Federal party acknowledged that they had no longer any ground of principle to stand upon and disbanded It During tiie administration of the second Adams the remnants of the old Federal paity got together and formed tho National Republican party though they put forth no formal platform of political principles Then it was that thu Republi cans assumed tho name Democratic party which appellation the party still Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bears ciary TUP SKVVTK Â¬ Â¬ Friday March 2 The Senato passed the second class charter bill this afternoon by a unimous vote The Local Option bill as amended by Mr Quigley and concurred in by the House also passed the Senate and this is at last ready for the Governors signa ture It is thought that the Govrenor will not withhold his signature us the bill is amended to concur with the ob- Â¬ jections found by him in a similar bill passed at the last session Â¬ TIIK IIOUNK Â¬ Friday March 2 This was bill day in the House but none were introduced The Committee icported favorably the resolution providing for a Committee to visit other Mates and investigate their free turnpike systems The bill fixing the salaries of tho em ployes of the Senato and House lit the same per diem as followed by tho last Legislature was passed by a vote of 5i to Â¬ 32 TIIK SKVATK Â¬ TIIK SKVVTK Â¬ Tuesday Feb 27 Tho Senate passed a joint resolution making an appropriation to pay for daily newspapers and also the House resolution to purchase 1500 general statutes The bill in relation to sixth class cities Judge the Superintendent and two ex Â¬ was discussed at length and passed aminers instead of by tho Trustees as is Tho bill tho object of which is to now tho law This provision is object- Â¬ avoid double taxation was discussed at ionable and will probably bo repealed length and Anally passed Tho Anti Double Tax bill was finally disposed of by a passage in the Senate totiik jiouhi Tuesday Feb 27 Hill day in tho day Tho Governor will no doubt sign House developed tho fact that some it and it will no longer bo lawful to colmembers were still loaded with new lect taxes on laud and laud notes for tho measures Three bills were introduced same piece of property A resolution was offered asking why Tho resolution appropriating 500 for the Attorney General had not complied marking the grave of Joel T llnrt tho with the request of tho House to furnish great Kentucky sculptor was adopted a report of the business of his oflico and Tin Horn demanding that such report be made Saturday March Tho House this Mr Hart of Flemming tried to make morning unanimously passed tho bill an ajmlogy for tho Attorney General but making tho residents of shanty boats pay a license TIiIh not only effects Ken tho resolution was adopted Tho Senate substitute for Mr Searcys tucky but all tho border states Tho bill to abolish tho Initialization Hoard ltcpresenlatives of counties that front on came up next and was discussed at tho argo water ways stated that as a length resulting in thu substituto being class tho people who lived on shanty boats were pirates who pillago tho veg rejected by a vote of fill to 2 etables and poultry of farmers UTKIINOOX BKMHIOV The charter for second class cities was Thu bill to increase tho maximum liquor license in towns of thu sixth class referred to tho Committee on Municipalities to 500 was reported favorably A long discussion arose over tho bill Attorney General Hendricks sent in a communication in reply to the resolu providing for two Industrial Schools ami KMS tion passed this morning Mating that it will bo continued Monday SIROCCO thu delay in making the report was Street car drivers mid others who aro Mr M H Dugfin has been indisposed caused Irom thu fact that ho had never constantly exposed to all kinds of weath for tho last few days received a copy of tho demand pasted It is thought that thu peach crop will Mr Muthews bill for tho protection er and cannot find time to lay by should ever bear in mind this plain fact that be an entire failure here of food fishes was reported favorably Dr Hulls Cough Syrup cures coughs nud The party at Mr G II Dugans Thurs TIIK SUNATK colds It is uncquulcd day night was quite an enjoyable affair Wednesday Feb 28 Mr Miller of Mr and Mrs D S Neafus spent Sun Â¬ Calloway called up tho charter for Notice Candidates day 25th tilt with J K Wiles and family second class cities and wanted it prompt Â¬ Chairman I It Murray wishes all Noah Squires and sister of near Fkron Ho said that ho thought ly considered persons who desire their names to go on were visiting friends and relatives hero it tho most important question remain Â¬ the poll book us candidates in thu Dem last week ing to bo acted upon Ho was informed ocratic Primary to know that tho assess Miss Annio Jones Is visiting Iter sister that tho Committee was not yet through ment on each Candidate is fifteen dollars would probably nud it must bo paid to him on or before Mrs Charles Kirk of near Mauckpoit with the bill but that it tho 2llrd day of March which is llftion Iud this week report to morrow Many thanks Lodibtirg and long may requiring railroads to fenco in days before thu Primary election Tho bill Candidates will do well not to forget you live to lutigh at thu whimsicalities their right of way was passed witli some to send tho money and their names as of thu Sirocco scribe unimportant amendments they want them to go on thu Pull books Good heavens Webster it is jour Tho report of tho Conference Commit- - to Mr Murray eggs wo want Wo have bachelors plen teo on tho Husband and Wife bill was ty to set a car load of eggs right now Tho bill presented by Mr Welssinger Miss Matilda Ashcruft of Sandy Hill finally shaped gives tho wifo authoras visited her sister Mrs Horace Atwell Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla ity to own personal property and man and attended tho concert Friday night ago her estate Tho bill was under dis- Â¬ Dr John Haxter of Mauckport Iml was called over to fee Win Wright tho cussion when thu Senate adjourned When Bbjr wu lick wo 25th ult who Btill lingers on thu verge TDK HOUSE eto her CutorU the grave Wednesday Feb 28 Tho Houso this WTo iha u Child ibo cried for Outorla I understand that Deunio says If I up tho bill to transfer When the became Mlu sbe clune to CMtoria morning took dont mind Ill got in It Wont you Catlettsburg from tho fourth to tho fifth When lo h4 CUMrea ib gae tbm CutorU lend a helping hand to pull mo out fection Oh Dennle did the tjipo fit you class cities Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Saturday 3Iarch li Tho Senato re- Â¬ solved to day that it would hold three sessions a day whenever necessary to do so An effort was on foot to day to get a reconsideration of the Educational bill As passed that bill provides that all teach Â¬ ers shall bo employed by tho County Tho term indicates certain well settled principles broadly known to mankind and exercising an inlluence more or lets extensive throughout the entire civilized world and are ever found where self government has a permanent foothold These principles have grown with liber- Â¬ ty and they have been adopted ono by one afttr a severe contest as standard maxitims by the enlightened portion of the human family The adversaries of the grand principles of Democracy have always included all other politlcil us well as many profess ed moral and religious associations by whatever nailie designated Federalists I oose Constructionists Anti Masonic Socialists Free Lovers Perfectionists Whigs Prohibitionists Populists Know Nothing A P As and all other isms aro at heart anti Democratic nud opposed to individual liberty and the general wolfaro of the people adopting and prac- Â¬ ticing the distinguished characteristics of All tho Hepublican party of to day these adversaries of the Democracy t lie people prefer controverting Democratic principles by indirection to manfully denying their truth and importance In governing thu world attempting to prove that their beneficial consequences have been overestimated Against all this opposition Democracy lias ever steadily pursued tho oven tenor of its way From before tho days of Athens it has battled for tho people against the assaults of unscroupulous selfish tyrants At times it has hi cu beaten to the earth and its lights extinguished for years yes centuries while tho world rolled on in the midnight darkness of ignorance and superstition nud tho people trembled at Hut tho tread of their oppressors Democracy was never dead Plneuix dike it would rise again from tho wreck of its aspirations spread its beneficent wings oer the earth and mankind would maku another long stridu towards the milleniuni Iti principles were never invented by human being They aro immortal They never had a beginning they never can end They have always existed but it remained for intellectual man to discover them and put them into practice for tho benefit of his fullowman When known thu grand truths of Demo Â¬ cracy aro as self evident as algebraic theorems and tho facts aro as easily demonstrated and as readily accepted by every man who loves his neighbor as himself I shall define and illustrate these principles and those of an opposite character in another article Oii Tuimi Â¬ Tho ark tuok a start hist week and vent up several cubits but thu inclem ency of tho weather has caused woik to Miopeiid nuil it will probably nit be re Â¬ sinned for ft season MiHtra Itui k Dugau Albeit Henley Joe Wilis and Cnrlt Neafus start d Tues day the 27lh ult to Hancock county to visit Mm l eandir Itruner TIuti Is no doubt that thoH i bays will have a j illy time Hev I C Argibright has been called to continue his services tills year at Cold Spring It blng the eighth call from that church ho having served six years and failed to nee pt one call He has accept ed the call to continue tho goo work that assumed a business liku attitude a short time ngound I for on will sty God speed thee Hev Argabright Tea Audi rson and James Messrs Wiles spnt Saturday and Sunday tho 21th and 25th ult witli tho Mifscs Hun Hoys I didnt envy dry of Raymond you your trip hoineSutiday evening but I suppose after hen jt with those charming ladies your liearls were as light as thu snow flakes which fell upon your Di rby hats The Sirocco Merchant was left solo occupant ono night last week and when his better half returned tho sceno which met her eyes closely resembled the one which met the eyes of poor Joan Inlikc Dai by lie had himself oer turn Â¬ ed the milk and bread trough too and amid thu confusion he spies thu window Hence- Â¬ He says curtain a bhizi forth ho is content to lake tho scythe the hoe or rake As J II Trent has withdrawn from the race for County Attorney Tom Ham- Â¬ ilton will have a walk over in this campaign and it will tako a moiistorous good man to keep Hgnry Harrington from walking over to ring the court Â¬ Henry has dead oodlens house bell of friends who would light for him to a finish if necessary Tho closest race in this county will lie that of Judge Raw lingx and S P Wool folk Both splendid men and 1 hate to vote against either of theuibutPatch and I wore boys together so I guess Ill havo to polo my vote for him Though Patch was tlio oldest boy of the two many was thu time wo knocked our shins together in cutting tho pigeon toe in the sweet long ago Patch dont you remember how wo used to Lincoln keep time toRun Nigger Run Gunboat DixieStunrts Long How Of course you do and Grey Kagle Well you can just hang your harp In the Judges otlice for Ive got my head sot Mr Iko Melton lias lost his fine black horse Wyandotte Chief tho result of flatulent colic A horse that has attract- Â¬ ed a great deal of attention in this county Many of his descendants are scattered over Meado and adjoining couutits Mr Georgo Lyddan of Web- Â¬ ster has one of them Haywood a fine traveler 1 have seen gaited hors s in the blue grass region of this State the homo of the saddles and I think my Â¬ self a competent judge of saddle horses I havo rode Mr Lyddans horse and think ho is by far tho best horse I have backed in this county He is none of I saw in the Nuws your side jerkers last spring on advertisement of a horse at Hardinsburg of the Denmark stock I dont remembei tho owners naiiio but can say for his benefit that they aro the best strain of saddle horses in existence Of a docile nature easy to manage and easy to gait in fact many of them go all tho fancy gaits from thu thnu they aro Old Washington Denmark left foaled n name that will live as long as bluegrass grows In that country and thats long- Â¬ er than W H Argabright wants his paper Hless the fathers that old proverbial ground hog overslept himself and didnt como out till thu llHh inst when he not only saw his own shadow but saw mine also Oh my you ought to have seen him run It was such n bright sunny day I was afraid if ho got back in his den it would be a ground hog case so I took out after him with a stick and for about two hundred yards it was pull ground hog pull scribe Tho ground Â¬ hog was running for dear life and tho scribe was running fur fair weather He got the start of in but I got tho I was under such foot- Â¬ stop of him way I ran clear oyer him but you know a ground hog aint like n rabbit ho never changes his course when hes on tho I got ids bearings und homo stretch being afraid to check my speed too suddenly fearing I might turn a somerset into his hole and he would land on top of me and I knew that with thu speed I was then going I could jump clear over his den if I saw It In time I slowed up gradually liku a steam car faced about and brained him right on tho briuk of his own threshold Say this old ground- Â¬ hog was awful big and fat looked vory much tomo liko hed been slipping out aforetilno Tho Oak Grove concert was tiito entertaining only tho house was so chuck full of spectators it couldnt breatho freely Will Atwell wild Its sides went out and in in its respiratory actions like an old cows after she had spent the first day of the season in a field of bloom Â¬ Ho paid ho passed the ing clover school houso next morning alter tho con- Â¬ cert and thu houso was still breathing Tobacco tquet zois used one anothers pockets for spittoons as there was no pos Â¬ sible way for tho extract of the weed to reacli the floor Only thoso of us who was fortunate enough to prooum seats next to thu stage had any de greu of comfort and as It was wu felt liku wo were being pressed down by an avalanche of human ponderosity Cou tillering their most uncomfortable situation it was tho roost quiet crowd I ever saw and withal an enjoyable occasion Thu actors acquitted themselves well considering the short time they had for practice Some of them reached perfec-Â¬ tion others showed an inborn talent for thu stago This occasion has roused the dormant spirits and as concerts aro be Â¬ coming more and moro fashionable in tho scholastic world our Oak Grove troop will soon vie with thu best In their theatrical feats Henry Shacklett and Hen Hamilton dramatised Satulio to per Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ resi-rv-eÂ¬ LAW -- MAKING A TiM for the Iaat Ttt NhMM Money W L DGUGl its GENTLEMEN CiizonofClovurport Has Snmo thing to Say About Our Logislativo Bodies Â¬ 3 SHOE Â¬ Proposes an Amendment to the Charter of Fifth Class Cities that Might be of Benefit TO SIP MMS HBwi k Jt SMil tiiLSfM -- jr riMMCHr r TfO t m S5 S4 and S350 Dross Shoo S3 GO Polico Shoo 3 Sole 250 2 for WorkingmoH and SI70 for Boya xmrm 2LttLMCO mu miaor OK sT irV 3 S250 32 178 iL THE TAXPAYERS 1 KThis is the VfcSfefriii imr IfWmtMi rr r BEsOa s - xm Sun iiiil IN T OAOTION If nny dealer offer you W I JDoiikU lioci at a reduced price t or Buy lio linn them wllli mil fit tinmn tnmfintl ffik on tho bottom put him down ax it I ruuu iT- k n1 1891 Law Ci ovKWOiiT Ky March making in these times Is becoming the most serious obstacle to our q ilet and Nothing so tins t steady advancement tles our national and domestic affairs as the vast Hood of laws conjured up by excentrio and cranky persons who lost into legislative positions an dstrnlghtwuy go to banging away on thcoiies which are impracticable unnecessary and perhaps injurious We have our national Congress in session more than half the time and alhvays in tho fiercest agitation over some sectional or paternal measure Rarely has that body with in tho last fifty years considered measures of any kind that did not have a sectional bearing and more or less favored ono section of the country to thu detriment of the other It seems almost impossible to get a Con- Â¬ gress broad enough to consider and feel that the people of all tho Slates dis rvu So like consideration and protection strong docs sectional sentiment yet exist with some that it is utterly impossible for them to find merit in any measure that does not directly confer a benefit on one to the loss of another Such an unfortunate statu of feeling and bias causes thu setting of Congress t be greatly feared by a largo number of our best people and gives tho coun- Â¬ All feel try relief when it ndjoiirns that while in ss sioii they do much in- Â¬ jury and rarely do any good The great work beforo tho present Congress is the repealing of bad laws made by previous Congresses the effects of which have caused this the greatest financial depression and period of hard times the country has ever known Tho infamous Ftderal Flection law has already been repealed and tho odious McKlnly tariff law is now trying to be remedied by the passago of the Wil- Â¬ son bill Then will come tho repeal of the law that destroys state banks then tho repeal of thu laws that prevent ship building and ship buying which have destroyed our commerce and trade with the world If this Congress docs no more than repeal these scandalous and outrageous laws it will immortalize it- Â¬ self Hut the fact that It has to repeal them shows bow dangerous to our peo- Â¬ ple has been the law making in tho past If these laws aro not repealed after ex- Â¬ perience lias shown us how much they retard tho advancement of tho country It will only bo another proof of how dan gerous aro the actions of the legislative Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ give fitting W L DOUCLAS Shoes are stylish easy Try one and and bebctt X con pair satisfaction at the prices advertised than any other make vlnced The stamping of W L Douglas name and price on the bottom which guarantees their value saves thousands of dollars annually to those who wear them Dealers who push the sale of W L Douglas Shoes gain customers which helps to y Increase the sales on their full line of goods They enn nffonl to sell nt n leas profit und wo believe you can savo money by buylni nil your footwear of tlio dealer nJvcr Catalogue froo upon application WX DOUGLAS llruckton Mass tlicd bolo 1 i W H BOWMER SON OLOVERPORT KY WITH WHITE DUNKERSOU FALLS CITY TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO Main St bet Ninth Tenth Louisville Ky Liberal Advances Four Months Free Storage Special Attention to Private Sales This if thu history of a few of our larger legislative bodies to siy nothing of the many municipal Councils that about monthly spring something new upon their respective localities Now if this present Kentucky Legislature will inako threo or our correct- Â¬ ions that experience has taught us to bo necessary it will bo all that the people requiro of them Among these correct- Â¬ ions I would suggest thatthc charter of fifth class cities be bo amended that it will be unlawful to run tho Marshals office the jail and a boarding houso all Tills would surely prove in cahoots beneficial to tlio tax payers Ilespeclfully oil Â¬ Â¬ THE SICILIAN Duo til Hi I I REVOLT if Ilio 1iinr Over A X Onscnvnii except pimples and All signs fail blotches These never full to indicate an impure condition of tlio blood which may bu thoroughly cleausod and renuw ed by tho use of Ayers Sarsaparilla Tho most efficacious and economical of blood purifiers GARRETT Mr V V Miles is still confined to his room Mr Will Pool the dry goods drummer was here Friday Mr John Ditto the hat drummer was in town this week The social at Mr John Funks waa very much enjoyed by all V U Mattingly candidate for County Clerk was hero this week Several of the men from hero attended tho salo at Muldraugh Friday Mr John Miles drummer for Kugle- hardt Sons was in town Saturday Mr J C Crutcher was in West Point visiting ills brother Dr V K Crutclur this week Mr C Haynes of Muldraugh was- - in town Thurs luy the guist of his aunt Mrs Crutcher Mr John Blair and family of Hardin county wero the guests of their brother Mr Joe lilair this week Mr Jas Ilickelts und family of Brandenburg were visiting Mrs Kate Crutch- Â¬ er and family this week Mrs Win Hilf and daughter Miss Dora were visiting at tho homo of Mr Dan Shacklett of Uuck drove Wed Â¬ nesday Mr I S Koberta and wife Mrs J G Shacklett and son una Mrs Laura Hurch and family wero tho gut sts of Mr Hod Shacklett Thursday MrJessoB Shacklett of Hill Grovo died last Tuesday His remains were interred intho Uuck Grovo cemetery the following day Tho grieved family has our fclucero sympathy Mrs Julia Ann llitehio met witli a serious accident last Sunday morning By stepping on a rock her foot slipped and she fell and bruised herself very badly Drs Shacklett and Miles were called in nud dressed the wounds Â¬ bodies After Congrtss comes our State Legis- Â¬ latures They pour out upon thu coun- Â¬ try a vast crop of petty laws that cant possibly work any good but are so many pitfalls for tho pcoplu to tumble into A large number of these law makers are devoid of any kind of education suit- Â¬ able to tho making of laws and without the slightest experience in tho affairs of the world Their reading experienco and education are often of tho most lim Â¬ ited nature and yet witli tho coolest ncrvo imaginable they propose laws that aro to efTect two millions or more of people in their daily lives and control them in their most sacred domestic affairs So prolific is law making that if any one State legislature wero to pass all the laws proposed at any one session they would becomo so numerous and cumbersome that it is doubtful if thoy could be read and understood in a lifetime Tho lust Kentucky Legislature had tho honor of leaving threo largo vol- Â¬ umes of laws of over 1200 pages each This looks liko a farco but unfortunately it is truo What could bu mgre ridiculous than thu making of such a number of laws for au almost agricultural people Two or threo hundred pages of well considered laws aro all that could possibly bo need- Â¬ Â¬ ci di t nil Hint Iitx The i iu trouble began at Mnzznri The sysa town of 1000 inhabitants tem of local taxation which is thegiiev ance of thrt masses throughout Italy ex ists In Sicily The rich escape through corruption mid tho poor carry the whole burden Tho pcoplo mot in mass meet ing and voted to abolish tho municipal taxes The authorities after pretending to yield sent for troops Tho mob was enraged and burned all tho public build Tho troops attacked thuin but ings wero overmatched surrounded and un They able to return to their barracks tried to bivouac in tho square Themol renowed tho attack and this battle lasted all night and many wero killed on both sides In tho morning tlio people went homo and more troops cnniQ and prevented a renowal of tho hostility v Then tho peoplo of Salenil followed the cxamplo of Mazzaru The officials had warning and garrisoned tho public buildings When the mob attacked them il was at first reptuWl The rebels turned their attention to other buildings nnil houses Tho rich half of the town win destroyed und much loss of life occurred before tho troops gained control At Custelvctrano a mob of 7000 at- - 1 tacked tho jail freed thu prisoners and then held a meeting and voted to lynch the tax collector nud dismiss tlio munic ipal officers Both resolutions wero duly executed The president of the Workmens Icaguo was installed mayor or sydic Tho inhabitants of Pietraperzia madci demands upon tho local authorities which wero refused and tho troops were y called out After a bloody battle in which many fell tho troops retreated Tho inob burned all the public building nnd houses of tho wealthy Only the poor quarters of tho town romaiu These scenes wero repeated ut Valgiiarnera Murines CanicutM Trapani Santa Nifa and other pluces Now York Suns Lon1 Â¬ Â¬ imi a asr 1 don Letter A REMARKABLE ESCAPE nrrrrrrrxsrar-Tsr-mr-X- s M Grippe Many persons find that their general health has been impaired Effects linger in the system which if not promptly met and removed may and often do result in great danger These effects are indicated by such symptoms as a lingering cough disordered digestion nervousness pains and general weakness with loss of energy Â¬ After the Is Over fi H H Â¬ Â¬ Qermetuer Is the greatest of all remedies in such cases It acts so pleasantly and yet s6 prompt- ly and surely that it almost imperceptibly sweeps out of the system the causes that produce these troubles and restores the vigor of joyous health This is the experience of thousands who have tried it It is as pleasant to take as lemonade harmless always ana when all h h Royal fVrK3t3frjjr3nryi CO I r ft 00 Mr brittle 0 fur S30O All Dnifftrtltl lUnurfcutuiuil only liy i MM1 Cufac Sl rCfa Mttl ELSE PAILS 4 UtWCTIKR tUli0i Hunter Iouiul u Ifc oil a Sunlteii Meiimer A big Newfoundland dog in the last ttages of starvation was found one duy last week in the hold of tho wrecked tank steamer Gluckauff which went ashore cast of tho Lone Hill life saving Btatiou on tho south side of Long Ihtiul in a blinding snowstorm about a year ago A party of duck hunters from Say ville clambered insido tho wreck out of curiosity and saw tho dog crouching on ono of tho boilers Tho boiler wns sur rounded by water and the dog was so weak that ho was unable to get off How tho animal got there is not known but he must liu vo been washed overboard from soino passing vessel nnd while mak ing for tho shore must have been carried into a big hole that exists in tho side of the wreck There ho found lodgment on tho boiler Iiy means of ladders the duck hunters succeeded in rescuing tlio animal und ho was taken to a cabin on the boach and fed Ho is now in tho posses kion of Vinu1 Terry A Duy Tluit I u llluuk After lying months in fl critical condition resulting from the hovero injuries bo received in tlio wreck on the Harlem railroad in August last Mr Do Witt Ueeimanco is on the road to recovery In connection with tlio fearful nccidont Mr Heermanco remembers nothing hll TERRIBLE DEATH OF A HORSE mind is a blank He fuils to call to inluiKf even his getting on tho train on that nif The Coitly tiilmul Doe Mh und Tear Ilnelf Alinot to Here fortuuato day and of tho accident nnd J E Seclirlst of this county lost Ida what followed ho of courso knows fine stallion Fleetwood in a peculiar ami nothing Ho is unablo to call tajuind terrible manner Tho animal was n very he says tho least thiug connected wifli fine one an inbred Ilambletonhtn both his movements or tho trauspiriugs of that powerful and speedy A few days day as i elating to his businesiJrip agolt was taken with blind staggers Poughkeopsio IJagle and its sufferings were terrible Tho A Colnclileiiro climax of tlio disease was reached on Ono of those coincidences that tiro Tuesday morning when thounimal went mysterious as tlwy aro interesting oc- Â¬ crazy He was tied in Jtia stablo but in curred in connection with tho his agony ho broke the 6trong rope hal- Â¬ John Nolan an officer nf tlm death of iininrinn ter as if it wero a thread and driving court of New York One day recently his head against tho sitlo of the barn cov- Â¬ he took a notion to make his will and ered everything with blood as howa in excellent health waa ehaffetTsj Finally he mado a desperato effort at by friends whom ho uskedto witness it the door and tearing it from its hinges It was signed and seuled that went at a run through the field Ills and tho uext day ho died of afternoon Â¬ heart dis speed was terrific and lie stoppeiLnot for ease New York Nows paling board or wire fences but took everything in his mad ruu He ran Graml Vtnlr Hunt through u paling fenco six times and The farinors of Kossuth county la through n four wiro barbed fouco 18 had a grand wolf hunt on times tearing Ids legs and body in a hor- Â¬ day They have lost hundredsChristmas of Bhecp rible manner It was just before day this wiuter through tho depredations of and Mr Seclirlst says that every tlmo he wolves nnd psoposo to the wlrq the fire flow and the pests Tho county was oxterminoto the struck ring of the wire could be heard a lonij ties of horsemen who scoured by par Â¬ distance Finally from exhaustion nd Moines valley from ono 6wejit the Des end loan of blood he fell and died Mr Be ty to the other The scalp of tho conn are worth christ valued him at fgQOO and brought 6 each and hundreds of thorn wore se him from Kentucky Oklahoma Special cured Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Tbrty of Ouch J ifskKfi lf ug2 pjfHilB 1181 MiWWI MmMHBMHHiMMMMI ijjt tjiil jri Ffl iiJji WB Iftf i n fctEiaiaifa iji rW SW j- Tti BKECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY MAIICI H SM6ttHMtiirGEl NM SWEPT AWAY St OLOVHRPORT kV ELEGANT JNEWS 7 ISO I LOCAL BREVITIES Dabbiigi for neckvMiir Uitbbngos for writing paper Seed Irish potatoes Sulzers Gnrdcn seeds nil kinds Sulzcrs Xockwenr neckwear at Unbbiiges 3 c 1 Tobacco Pure maple sugar at the City llnkcry canvas still she noes Sil Fresh vc tables from tho South Sul r its zers ilny 5r Eugene Vent went to LouiBvllIe Sun The best shlits for the money al JJnh lingos Chris lerrigo moved on to the hill Monday Mr John Rhodes returned to Iowa Thursday llox paper in nil the new styles n Babbngos The very latest patterns and shapes In neckwear at Bnbbngus Try some of our extra fancy blue grass for your lawn Isulzers Mr C 1 Mattingly wentto Rig Spring on business last Thursday Mr Frank Landers of Hnwcsville was in tlu city Thursday night Fresh fruits oranges bananas lemons and figs at the City Rakery Try our sweet eider It is the best you ever drank City Rakery Rayles Reviled cheese a now condi Â¬ ment and appetiser Sulzers Jersey butter crackers put up in neat one pound drums nt the City Rakery J C Jarboe has sold a half Interest in his storo at Sklllman to Wm Wheatly Mr L T Roberts of Roberts Rottom wns in the city on business last Thurs- Â¬ day Mr J A Witt and wife of Ilnrdins hitrg were visiting relatives in town Sunday The fashionable flavoring in the city just now is East India Curry Powders Sulzors Mr Ed Kissam and Miss Pearl Miller went to Ilardinsburg visiting one day last week Mr and Mrs Dully have gone to housekeeping in Mrs Annie R New soms house Conductor Geo W Deane was laying off a few days last week visiting his homo In this city Mr and Mrs Marion Hambleton re Â¬ turned from an extended visit to Hen- Â¬ derson last Monday Havo you a ladder to use in caso of Call and see our new and desir- Â¬ fire able fire escapes Sutlers Mr and Mrs Ellis Still mid kiss Nettie Cashman of Raymond were in the city shopping last Thursday Everybody should havo a good ladder about his place See our new lino of light cheap ladders Sulzers Renedict Beavin and C F Mattingly went to Owonsboro yesterday in the interest of the Catholic building fund Mrs Capt Smith has traded her beautiful farm in Holts Bottom to Col J D Powers for Owensboro real estate Miss Veva Miller who has been visit- Â¬ ing relatives in Ilardinsburg or several weeks returned homo Monday evening Courtney V Duncan has been pro- Â¬ moted to the position of shipping clerk of the American Grocery Co Louis Â¬ Â¬ lv el v I s A r- - 3 If IVoplo nro beginning lo plnnt gardens This town wns full of drummers Mon day Charlie IIghtfoot is out of tho race for sheriff Mr ami Mrs Jungllng returned last Thursday Leon McGavock and family have moved to Leitchlleld Joe Stewart nnd son Willie of Holt were in tho city yesterdny Mr John llestou Holt wns the guest of Mr II A Oelze Sunday V Dr will Fisher of Louisville preach in the Baptist church to night Miss Leila Camp has been appointed ns an extrn teacher in tho High school Miss Sallle Daniels began a privato school nt Persimmon Flat Monday Miss Mnirgiu Farber Is visiting her cousin Miss Flora Smith Cannelton Ind The Third Street Planing Mill has just put in a lino machine for making weath Â¬ erboard tig Tho Baptist church held n wceding out meeting Friday night ami some promi nent citizens were lied Miss Alliene Murray gave n Hyacinth tea on Thursday last in honor of Miss Addle Ditto of Louisville Misses Lissio McGavock and Maimo Ireland accompanied the Haynes Hoylo wedding party to Union Star Miss Anna Sanders of Louisville and Miss Sarah McClure of Rome On wero tho guests of Miss Addle Ditto last Wed Â¬ nesday Six brakemen two engineers and one fireman were discharged by tho Texas last week for drunkenness and other violations of the rules Judgo W D Holt nnd wlfo returned from California last Sunday The Judgo comes homo very much improved in health which will bo good news to his many friends Messrs Juno Ilayncs Hubert Rruner J T Milner and Carlt Richardson and Misses Esther Haynes and Minnie Hoyle of Union Star attended the Haynes Hoyle wedding Alf Root of Union Star was in the city yesterday Alf was Rreekenridge countys represenntivo as chair boy at tho Worlds Fair and ho has many won Â¬ derful tales to tell of the wonderful White City D S Richardson of Wolf Creek was in town Monday Sack is tho proud fa therof a 14 pound boy born on the 14th of Feb His name is Dick Nevitt Rich- Â¬ ardson named in honor of Meades pop- Â¬ ular County Clerk Jesse Owen camo in ftom hisSoutheru trip Monday night Jesse is making quite a success on tho road aud is building up a fine trade for his house The Nkws is glad to note this and hopes his trade will still continue to grow The colored school closed last Friday Prof Wm Poiuterof Nashville was tho teacher and ho wa3 greatly beliked by all tho patrons He is tho best teacher that tho Cloverport colored school has over had W B Dowell is a candidate for Magis istrato in the Big Spring and Guston dis-Â¬ trict subject to tho action of tho Demo- Â¬ cratic primary Mr Dowell is n good Democrat and well qualified for the office and if elected will mako n good Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Rosos Catholic Church and Parsonago aro Licked Up by tho Firo Floiul HAVE YOU ONE OF THOSE Spring Overcoats JUST RECEIVED BY Tho Hottost Firo That Evor Visitod Clovorport Was That of Last Wednesday CO WINTER JULIUS have not you flhouiil handsomest most If stylish nnthoy nro tho and tho best over oflered in this section for so little money Two Largo and Boautiful Build- Â¬ Do You ings Ornamonts of tho City Aro No Moro Other Property Saved Only Untiring- - Labors Through the of Brave Workers Need a Pair of Pants SJacFJlSElKl Now is the time to buy tlicm Profits aro things of the past too much slock nnd scarcity of money aro things of tho present and that is what compels us to Was SBXxL AT ANY No one can furnish good work at prices more reasonable than PRIGE CO ORIGIN A MYSTERY Tho beautiful StRoses Catholic church and parsonago were destroyed by fire in this city last Wednesday evenlngthe28th tilt At about 230 oclock a heavy cloud of smoko was seen issuing from the top of the church Tho alarm of firo was given and the ringing of the church aud school bells soon brought almost tho cntiro poj ulation of tho city to the scene Tho firo seemed to bo between tho ceiling nnd the wnll near tho roof at the cast end of tho church Soon n hole was burned through and n drnft almost in- Â¬ stantly swept the flames to tho tower nt tho west end which nctcd ns a fine and tho whole building was afire on the in- sido next the roof The pastor Rev Georgo Niehaus was in tho study room nnd knowing the bad shape that the town was in for fighting Willing fire he prepared for tho worst helping hands responded to the alarm but there was no hopo of saving tho building nnd the peoplo began to re- Â¬ move tho organ and articles about tho niter The lames roared like n railroad train nnd soon tho flrey tongues wero shcotlng Heaven waid from all parts of tho build- Â¬ ing The great bell in tho steeple burn Â¬ ed loose aud camo crashingdown through the tower scattering fire brands in every direction It struck the lower lloor with n resounding crash where it laid and nujted in the intense heat Tiio iron roof swelled and heaved liko tho waves of the ocean then curled up into rolls and crashed down through tho building carrying with it the floors and tho walls and whero a few minutes before stood the beautiful little Catholic church was a raging sea of wicked flames Tho parsonago stood only a few feet away It was a largo two story frame building used as a home by the pastor nnd JnmesGalligan At about the time the church fell in this building caughf and tho firo spread over it with a Hash while the people wero still In it carrying out furniture It was soon a blazing mass and wns entirely consumed The next nearest building was a dwell- Â¬ ing owned by R 13 Woods but occupied by Georgo Harris and family All tho furniture was removed from this build- Â¬ ing but it was saved by covering it with blankets and carpets and keeping them wet All tho out buildings nnd fencing on tho Catholic lot wero destroyed and other buildings in tho square wero fre- Â¬ quently on fire but they wero watched and put out bsfore headway could be gained Both the buildings were nent frnmo structures only recently built There wns an insurance of 2000 on the church nnd 1000 on tho parsonago Tho esti Â¬ mated loss is 10000 Tho furniture was nil saved though it was greatly damaged by being scarred and broken up Early Thursday morning while tho ruins were still smoking a subscription list was in circulation toassistin rebuilding at once and as wo go to press wo learn that success is crowning tho effort On Sunday services wero held in tho Red Front Hall nnd steps wero taken to push the work of rebuilding Messcrs Joo Friel Benedict Beaviri and Naco Lowis were appointed as n building com mitteo to assist tho pastor The congregation lias tho sympathy of tho community and the News hopes that it will have the pleasure of soon re- Â¬ porting tho laying of the corner stone for a now handsome brick church Â¬ JULIUS WINTER Merchant Tailors Clothcrs and Genls Furnishers Corner Third and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY Tho Cloverport Dramatic Company will give benefits for tho Catholic Â¬ How Does This Please You Its just about tho thing for wear on tho Days of Balmy Spring When tho balm is about equally divided and you feel it is fmmiwm ii f WELL HAVE EM a church this evening March 7th and tomorrow evening March 8th at the Red Water Works for Clovorport Is Front Hall As the proceeds go to n Probability in tho Near audiences commendable cause their should bo large Futuro CAIll One liall Balm One half Spring Then you should keep your Feet Dry in r With heart and soul wo hereby ex Â¬ press thanks for the kind assistance A Rousing Mass Meeting of Citizens rendered to us during and after tho fire Which Had a Business Ring Rkv Gio NiKiiAfB to It JamkhGamiuan To the many good peoplo whoso exer- Â¬ tions prevented tho destruction of my property by firo on Wednesday last I desiro to express my gratitude ItoiiT E Wooih Nono better Mr Thos Ruckley writing from tho Iron Works Elm St Dr Bulls Cough Troy N Y says Syrup is one of the finest cough syrups for colds None better I always use it A CAM Of THANKS riffKrsS inimi fc40 fT st ftNvNiitarfAj yj - 5j FORMING A COMPANY Â¬ f SHOES n THREE AND THREE Â¬ Was the Council Vote for City Tax Collector but Mayor Barry Readily Undid tho Tie The Council met in regular session on Barry in tho chair By order of the Council the Mayor wns advised to tako tho proper steps for opening Center street A contract for printing new ordinan- Â¬ ces and tax book was let to J I Bab bage Claimes amounting to about 00 wero allowed A motion carried that tho Cloverport Dramatic Company bo charged no licenso for tho entertainments that they give ns benefits for the Catholic church build- Â¬ ing fund A motion was made and carried that tho Council proceed to elect a City Tax Collector G W Jordan and R L Nowsom offered themselves as candi- Â¬ dates When tho vote was counted it was found that three councihnen had voted for Nowsom nnd threo for Jordan This almost paralyzed the Mayor but ho quickly recovered and declared Jor-Â¬ dan tho Tax Collector elect Mr Jordan then submitted a bond with tho name of II AOelzoas bondsman which was accepted Tho water works committee submitted a resolution of encouragement which af- Â¬ ter some discussion was adopted by a Uncle Si voting No votoof5tol John Shouso was then appointed Fluo Inspector after which Council adjourned Monday night with Mayor officer Â¬ - - i- - Ir fc - ab JrUS ft Vji - j Mr James II Johnson found a grasshopper on Persimmon Flat last Wednes Â¬ day February 2S in nino inches of snow His hoppership was brought to this villo office alive kicking and doing well but Mrs R E Moorman who has been he has kicked tho bucket since because visiting in Holts Rottom returned homo of having had a pin driven through his Sunday accompanied by Miss Nellie head by tho dovil Burks Cut this out nnd bung this advertiseTHE TEXAS REPORT ment to our storo with 5 cents and get a nice bottle of ripe tomato catsup Sul Receiver Attilla Cox Files His Re- Â¬ port of the Texas Business in Mr and Mrs Noah Greenwalt and the Circuit Court children of near Stephensport visited Mr and Mrs George Carlisle Saturday The roport of Receiver Attilla Cox of and Sunday the Louisville St Louis and Texas rail- Â¬ Beautiful now spring wall paper at T road was filed in the Federal Court yes- Â¬ F Sawyers Good paper nt 2J ctsat terday morning Tho report is for tho single roll and pretty gilt paper at 5cts months of November December and Jan- Â¬ Samples free uary last In November the gross earn- Â¬ E Keith is visiting her ings wero 3270759 as against 55 Mrs J daughter Mrs W A Lusk Huntington 43104 for November 1802 Tho operat- Â¬ W Va She will return in April accom- ing expenses for November 1893 were panied by Mrs Lusk 2827419 as against 3l41578 in 1802 The many friends in this city of Mrs and tho net earnings wore 452340 as George Chick Mt Sterling will be glad against 2201085 in tlio corresponding to learn that she is Blowly recovering period of tho year provious from a very long and serious illness In December last tho gross earnings Mr Samuel L Suler of Cannelton wero 3220305 and oporating expenses camo up Criday night to attend the 2742148 as against 5889004 nnd 33 water works meet ng Mr Sulzer is a 980 21 respectively in December 1892 In January 1891 the gross earnings were strong advocate of water works If you want to bo in the swim order 2938124 operating expenses 2718585 n bottle of curry powder did you over net earnings 10540 ns against 50590 10 3175983 and 1883033 in January eat curried steak ham eggs or rice of 1893 nwful nice directions with each bottle Tho court authorized the receiver to Sulzers When you go to Brandenburg drop in mnko such expenditures as aro in his nt Geo Yeakel Cos and see their big opinion essential to presorvo safety in pile of prints nt 5 cents a yard Just operation but until further orders the think of it n beautiful dress pattern for expenditures shall bo limited to the keeping of tho road in safe condition your wlfo only costs you 50 conts Gregory Co nro solo agents for the Courier Journal Clover leaf Bono Meal also for the EKRON Michigan Homestead Fertilizers Both of these brands are reliable nnd well N B Dowell went to Louisville Sun- known and you tako no risk in buying day them J T Massoy went to Cloverport Sun- Geo 0 Patton general superintendent day of the Patton Vitrified Brick Company Mrs Kato Norton went to Webster was in Owensboro and Evansvillo last Wednesday weok talking brick pavements to tho Mr Georgo Wrather Falls of Rough Street Committees Mr Patton is a wns hero Friday hustling business man nnd ho never Mr Crawford Lyons of Satnplo was hears of an opportunity 10 dispose of here Wednesday brick but that ho goes and Investigates Mr B A Knsor shipped a car load of it Ho is the right man in tho right vory nice hogs to Louisville place Mr Ben Clarkson went to Louisville The U S steamer Golden Rod laid by Sunday to servo on tho United States over Sunday nt the lower wharf in this jury city Sho Is a beautiful little steamer Misses Mamie Dougherty nnd Mollio finely equipped and a number of Clo- Â¬ Board spent Sunday with Misses Mattio verport peoplo visited her In tho after Â¬ nnd Jennie Roberts Wed Â¬ Mr noon Tho Nuws Interviewed Capt nesdayLou RIebardson came out to at- Â¬ night from Brandenburg Vandegrift and has an artlclo on tho tend the party at Dr R W Warlield government light system but it was Mr M W Clarkson of Big Spring crowded out of this Issue to make room shipped a car load of tobacco to tho Green for local news It will appear in the River Tobacco Warehouse Louisville Friday near future Hon S M Wrather returned from jfvoait HMKAVitra Vine Grovo Wednesday It is rumored Or you art all worn mil really kou1 for nothing that Mr Wrethor will w candidate for Magistrate in this district but he has not yet announced himself Â¬ zts Â¬ HAYNES H0YLE Mr Arthur Haynes and Miss Jessie Hoylo wero married at tho homo of Mr Â¬ James T Sklllman in this city Wednes day Fob 2 at 8 oclock p in Rov S The attendants G Shelly officiating wero Messrs II C Richardson J T Milner and Misses Lissie McGavock and iVuimo Ireland Tho ceremony was performed in tho presence of near relatives and n few se Â¬ lect friends nfter which tho party par Â¬ NOTES took of an elegant lunch nt the hospitNext day able board of Mr Skilhnan Stand firm Catholic friends the happy couple accompanied by a few No one wns hurt at the fire frionds took a train for tlio home of tho nmnma nnrnntn Mr nml Mrs Jnliez Tho firo department did noble work Hnyncs near Union Star where an ele Every church is tho prldo of a town gant entertainment was given in uonor Boys ffhero aro tho hooks to fight fire of tho happy oventa prosperous young Mr Haynes is Tho bucket brigade was promptly on business man of Union Star while the brido is ono of tlio most handsomo and hand lovable young ladies of Cloverport the Tho Nkws heralds Chcor up and try adopted daughter of Mr James T Skill- hard man liavo tlio The happy young coupl The Catholic church bell is silent congratulations of tnu Nkws melted Tho Catholics worshiped at tho Red Front Sunday Go to tho Red Front this evoning and to morrow who nro thin hollow-chost-- od Mrs Galligan was among tho last per Â¬ or growing too fast aro sons who escaped from tho doomed par Â¬ Â¬ Pursuant to a call tho citizens of Cloverport met in tlio City Hall last Friday night to consider tho water works pier tiou A large crowd of representative people was present ad the meeting decidedly had a business ring to it Judge J R DeHaven wns chosen Pres ident and J Giegory Secretary of the meeting Messrs F J Ferry Frank F raize and S I Sulzer spoke favoring the project and were willing to encour Â¬ age it libcraly in n financial way On motion of Hon I R Murray a Committee was appointed to form a plan for forming n company nnd report at another meeting when if the plan wns accepted a book would bo opened for subwriptions Following are the names I of the Committeemen It Murray F J Ferry Frank Fraisse J C Nolte ano II A Oelze The meeting then adjourned till Tues day night Tlio Committee met Saturday afternoon and formed a plan of organization It was thought that 15000 would bo sufficient to erect efficient works to sup ply tho city of Cloverport with all tho water she needs considering our natural advantages Of this amount 7500 will bo paid in by n company of Cloverport citizens and bonds to tho amount of 7500 will bo floated in shares of 10 each This will give the man of small means an opportunity to assist In tho en terprise by subscribing for few a shares Tho Company proposes to pipo tho city and furnish 18 fire plugs for which tho city will bo requested to pay annual- Â¬ ly 1000 This is thought to bo fair as there of courso will bo many property holders who will not put any money in the works but will get their property protected all the same Never beforo did Cloverport realize so completely her helplessness in caso of fire as sho did last Wednesday when tlio Catholic church was burning About nil that wo can now do is to stand by nnd watch our houses burn when they once get undor good headway and if wo mako no better defence than we now havo it is only a matter of timo when tho beautiful little city of Clovorport will bo swept from tho faco of tho earth Tho citizens of Cloverport rcalizo this fact and every enterprising man will aid tho water works schemo To say nothing about the luxury of a water works it is actual economy to havo thorn Mr Ferry gave figures nt thu meeting Friday night showing that in a single square of Wall street wo would pay out in insurance premiums nt tlio present rato 1000 and this would bo reduced to about 1000 with waterworks Resides tlio money will bo spoilt hero nt Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- saasazi iwir rn Ift H mil ihihl y ChasBSOTSkillman KINDS I Hj H O- F- KBEaaaanBBEnnaaiHaBiBBamaaBeBaBHaMim If you arc going to raise a crop of tobacco dont fail to look at our CANVAS Wc arc headquarters for such and can save you money from us by buying The same Canvas we sold you last season for 3c we will sell you now for sold you for 2c and that wc 3c will sell at 3c sea- Â¬ It is getting a little late in the son and we want to make room for something else Very Rcspty homo Now Is the most opportuno timo to Children dammmmmmmmmr construct tho works Material and labor aro cheap and wo havo lots of idle men anxious to get a job Let tho work pro Â¬ and its good ceed as soon a possible effects will bo felt In overy business Following closo onto the heels of water works will come manufacturing estab lishments to utilize our many natural products and businesses that aro now dragging will leap Into prosperous activ- Â¬ ity Speed the water works Â¬ 1 S P Beard Co KY IIARDINSBURG NOTICE All rirtif ImleliUil to me liy note or itccnunti aro sarnoitly rcijucitnl income forwunl ut ome Dont iloluy mat Â¬ iiml cttlo lliflr iiiilcbteilnoM S ter longer than tlio loth ilv or April and lor ao on nnd alter that Jute all unpaid not ot un ollker count w 111 be plated in the lundi lor collection lay up and dont force me to put you to any unncceiiry trouble or cot My wile hacliirir of my booki and notcii and will mako kittle mcntiduruiK my abence Kulcndini tluinxa for lul fasori and hoping lur prompt tcllieincnu I am very Truly Vouri SKVKIIS Union bur Ky March ut lS Louisville Stock Market Fresh receipts of cattle In Louisville Monday wero Oili head which added to what wero carried over from last weok Never made 1170 head on tho maiket beforo In tho history of tho Bourbon Stock Yards at this season of tho yoar havo cattle sold as low as thoy did Mon- Â¬ day Tho butchers aro soiling nothing comparatively and the markets every Â¬ where clso are in tho same condition Prices for Butchers ranged all the way from CO cents for old cows to 3 IO tho latter prlco being for Extra fat steers weighing 1200 pounds Hog receipts 1524 head market about steady on 200 to 225 pound fat hogs at 0 cents per pound Sheep and lambs receipts light mar Â¬ common vory ket steady on good s dull JACK FOR SALE Two cnr old will be three June JJ lllick with all the point 14 hand hKh cry Kor further inforuu ityilth and highly bred tlun or particular call on or addren WIUIAM IIKAItl llardlntburg Ky Thirty years Icate on New Holland CoM Mines luiludlnir horci three mules and other 1 his mina Is situated six miles roulpiueuU It It West of Owensboro on I ht Only small and is In good operallritf condition cash payment will be nccesary to sreuru trade balance will be taken in coal lor further par Â¬ ticulars call on or address sonago More than a thousand peoplo men women and children witnessed tho con- Â¬ flagration The heavy biiow just going off tho roofs was all that saved tho West End of Cloverport A telegram was sent to tho Bishop at Louisville while the fire was in progress notifying him of the fact Carlt Richardson of Union Star was among the hard workers carrying out furnature and saving property Wayman Furrow was careful enough to pull off his coat and hang It on some shrubbery In the parsonage yard The coat was never taken off that bush made Strong Healthy by Robust and Scotts FOR SALE jMmmmmmmmmmmmr Emulsion DmI hi duelled by Substitutes All DnjHUU JJ IVT tho Croam of Cod llvor Oil It contains matorlal for mak- Â¬ ing healthy Flosh and Bonos Cures Coughs Colds and Weak Lungs Physicians tho world over endorse it Prft4bfSettJtVwoNY RAMSEY CASTLE II O SIMMONS Owensboro Ky Kx Deputy Sliorlll Win I llnmboy unci Miss Olllo Custlo wero married Wed Â¬ nesday Fob 28 nt 7 oclock ji m Tlit wedluK took nlttco at the home ot tho brlilos mother Mrs John Citatlu In this qlty In tho presence of a low select frionds tlio Hey S Q Shelly oflkiatlng PUBLIC SALE HivliiK sold our farm we will oOer at auction on Saturday March nth lioo our farm stock farm Implements feed etc consisting of horses full assortment of farm mules cattle and lions utensils also a uuantity of corn wheat oats and hav Terms made Known on day J ILHlMuKoV HllO 6 Highest of nil it thex Leavening Tower brrgkrnridge INCUBATORS AND BROODERS nexws glovrpqrt AXTEL Prajer nici ting twice a week The sick nro Improving sfywly II C Speak Is going to Illinois Boon II F Illntoii has bought tho Chick farm ky Latest U S Govt Bcr ott Rcyl National Revenues DIRECT VERSUS INDIRECT TAXATION DISCUSSED Baking Powder they paid to the huidwaro merchant Had they paid it without u murmur it hern n direct tax they would havo known tho reubon why they wero pay ing it before they submitted to such n grievous burden Two hundred years ago Montagu conceited tho idea of taxing men upon each window glass in the windows of He drafted a bill im Â¬ their bouse posing such u tax nnd tho English par Â¬ liament made it a law When tho as Â¬ sessors went troin houso to house to count tho glasses and assess tho tax n Btorm of Indignant protest went up nil Why Becauso it was over England a direct tax and tho peoplo were deter- Â¬ mined to know why they wero taxed Tho nnd for what they wero taxed ctranl vigilance which will prcservo freo institutions is promoted in no way A eo effectively as by direct taxation system of taxation which directs tho at- Â¬ tention cf every voter to tho disburse tnents of governments is tho only possi bio healthful thick upon cxtravagauco and political corruption Tho question whether laxatit n shall bo direct or in- Â¬ direct is moro than an economic ques- Â¬ tion it is a question of preserving our national existence Â¬ MONARCH ABSOLUTELY PURE Principle of Taxes For the Support or the Stat e as Laid Down by Adam Smith The Amount and Manner of Their Payment Should be Clear to All i Mr Franklin Tierce n member of tho tnrifT reform coinmitteo of tho Re- Â¬ form club hns on excellent nrticlo in GOLDEN RULE RECIPROCITY BEST American IuJustries on Diiect or In- Â¬ direct Taxation llo considers indi- Â¬ Couimcrco mill Trade Will Itcspontl to a llemuvut of Duties rect taxes such ns duties on imports in Tho difference between tho Wilson connection with tho first two cardinal principles of taxation laid down by way and tho McKinley way of encour- Â¬ Tho iirsi Bays that sub Â¬ aging foreign trade ia well illustrated Adam Smith jects of n etato fihouldpay tnxeH in pro- Â¬ in tho fieo wool clause and its receptionÂ¬ portion to their abilities that is in pro- Â¬ by tho Argentine government fbo Ar portion to tho rovenuo which they re- Â¬ gentine milliliter in Washington declares spectively enjoy under tho protection that tlu removal of tho duties on wool of tho blatc To illustrnto tho unbound will givo n great impetus to couimcrco between the two countries Already tho ncBS of tariff taxes on this point ho considers tho 5 12a422 duties paid on Axgcntiuu congress is moving to reduco em one of our 13280841 worth of women and chil Â¬ tho dutiesexportpetroleum opening of n and tho drens dress goods imported in 1801 principal new market to tho Argentina farmers Ho Bays Â¬ A poor mechanic with n family of will quicken tho demand ior agricultural implements which tho United fivo persons to Bupport and receiving for his labor 2 per day out of his States is in tho nt position to furnish This is emly tho common senso scanty wages must purchaso t Ik mi im Â¬ theni woolen goods mid actually pays way of building up trrdo by removing ported Tho McKinley to tho government as his portion of tho tho obstacles to trade way was to invent new obstacles to duty of as largo a Bum per threaten tho Argentines with differen- Â¬ haps as tho Fifth avenuo millionaire What is truo of tho duties paid upon tial duties especially directed against imported woolen goods is almost equal Â¬ them a threat which President Ilarri ly truoof nil dutiable imports But tax- Â¬ boii distinctly made in the matter of ation for tho support of our national Argentine hides nnd then did not exe Â¬ government under our system of duties cute nnd to establish a great scheme means in fact that tho millions of for chafferij and bargaining whichÂ¬ wogo earners without property nncl tho was excellent fooling but was not busimillions of farmers staggering under ness Bounties to ships without cargoes burdens too heavy to bo borne must had to bo voted in udditiou to mako pay from their ncunty incomes tho cost tho system complete and linesof steam Â¬ ers wero thick on paper though they of tho most extravagant government It is something tu on tho faco of tho earth whilo cur never got off it 4000 millionaires owning a consider- havo Been all that huckstering ah able per rent of tho wholo wealth of tho doned and tho natural method adopted of making it easy to get what wo want country pay but a figment of this im menso tax for tho support of govern- Â¬ from foreign countries with tho result ment Under this pysteni of indirect of leading them to follow our cxamplo Now York Post taxation the amount which each individual contributes to tho expenses of Tho TrlliunoH Mistake government is regulated solely by his Tho Tribune seeks to lay tho founda Â¬ consumption of tho nrticlo taxed and tion for factious opposition to the Wil can bo and is in no woy apportioned ton bill by saying that tho peoplo upon his ability to pay tho tax Man- Â¬ havo condemned its principles in tho hood is taxed womanhood is taxed most emphatic reversal of votes for tho childhood is taxed Tho cravings of last 30 years hunger and tho rigors of winter mako Whew What a whopper I as tho tho paymeut of a tax necessary whilo founder of Tho Trilmno and tho respect property which is guarded by tho er of its almanac would have said national government goes unburdened Thero was no reversal of tho voto on for that protection tho tariff in tho lato elections becauso Tho second maxim says Tho tiinoof Tho only tho tariff was not in issue payment of tho tax tho manner of its congressman elected was a Democrat in payment tho quantity to bo paid ought Michigan But few of tho states held to bo plain and clear to tho contributor elections and Now York was tho only and to every other person one carried for Cleveland in 1802 Mr Iierco says It is hardly neceswhich tho Democrats lost Even Tho sary to say that a considerable number Tribuno will hardly claim in view of of tho peoplo who pay tho expenses of tho revolt against Maynard and tho our national government are ignorant Democratic bosses that tho tariff conof tho manner and of tho amount which trolled tho result in this state they contribute Mr McKinley seems When it cones to emphatic roversals to bo nblo to convinco thousands of our of votes has our neighbor forgotten honest but ignorant poor that they nro 1810 and 1802 Benjamin Harrison not taxed at all nnd n Republican congress wero elect- Â¬ HotlmtUrobUil ed in 1888 Tho Sherman silver pur Let him not know it nnd liea not robbed at all choso act tho McKinley tariff and tho A system which takes mens monoy from their pockets without their knowl- Â¬ billion dollar appropriations wero pass edge is certainly one which encourages ed in tho summer of 1800 In Novem- Â¬ ber of that year n general election was I can insolenco and favors corruption Tho Democrats obtained a ma held understand how indirect taxation pro1 motes tho ends of an autocrat liko tho jority of 10 in tho houso ami tho Re publicans weio in n minority of 13112 IiusHlan czar who is interested in hid ing from tho peoplo tho sight of their 000 on tho popular vote In 180 Mr Cleveland received nmo burdens and their wrongs but I insist Cuttlni Cum Foilcler jority of in tho D A Kent nnd U E that it is important for tho peoplo of n plurality 1101183000 electoral college n tho of in tho popular voto Iowa station report that Patrick of Â¬ republic to thoroughly appreciate the chemical analy and carried tho former Republican sis shows that tho nature and extent of their burdens maiio plant first Â¬ Ho then examines direct taxation and states of California Illinois and Wiselaborates plant food and then uses it consin with five electors in Michigan reaches tho conclusion that it is just largely in forming tho grain The nnd hence that no argument against it one in Ohio Mid one in North Dakota ripening cf the ear results in consider Theso wero reversals that reversed will bo availing Tho verdict tands Judgment has been able loss of the nutrient matter in stalk For justico all places aro temples 12 per It is for congress to givo it and blade the loss being aboutpercent nnd nil times summer But there decreed cent oilfield weifst and 17 New York World to bo mi ar Â¬ effect teems to me ho sayB on dry matter with a probable increase gument in favor of tho wisdom of diof loss in very wet weather Tho ex A Gimilno Wall or Distress rect taxation that can not well bo an Tho shoddy industry is just now in a periments showed that ordinary field swered Tho grossest abuses luivo al wo get fieo wool to will corn did best If cut and shocked lato in ways prevailed whero tho system of in- Â¬ bad way li The Tho peo- Â¬ September and early In October havo cheap woolen clothing direct taxation waiinvoguo Kxtravn time to coiumeue e cutting corn is when plo much prefer real wool to imitation gant uso ot public money and xlitical Ilcnro freo wool will bo tho the blades and husks huvobun to dry corruption flourish under indhect tax- Â¬ wool death of shoddy This tho shoddy man Â¬ and all should bo cut by tho timo that ation half the blades and husks have dried up ufacturers foresaw in Is it to bo supposed for n moment petitioned ngninst tho 1888 when they This gives about 10 days for cutting Mills bill Their that our peoplo would iiniwso n burden industry has prospered greatly under corn but tho fodder is even better if of 500000000 upon themselves anMcKinley rule But thoy tremble at tho grain ripens so fast that tho harvest nually for tho expenses of government eight of tho Wilson bill and havo issued would last but fivo days instead of 10 Jf that sum was paid by them annually a protest to congress against tho The great value of tho fodder the im directly to tho government Wo havo ruinous effect of reducing tho present portance of having tho ens as ripe as not a singlo ubuso of disbursement by duty on wool extracts shoddy to Hi possible nnd the largo sizo of the tho national government which cannot per cent ad valorem and impress upon prairie cornfields call for u machine To bo justly traced to this easy convenient congress tho importance of their indus Â¬ that will harvest the corn crop witi the method of taking tho poormanB money try they say tho number of plants en Â¬ same facility that the self binder harin indirect taxes without his know Â¬ vests tho emaller grain 100 in this ing wherein ho is robbed Queen Eliz Â¬ gagedn combinedbusiness is nearly capital of millions of It must bo u good artlilo that will In with abeth lovied duties without tho consent dollars wool extracts duco a man to go forty miles to get It They sa of her parliament nnd her unlawful ac- Â¬ and shoddies aro not if biifllciently pro Â¬ tion created but little op petition K cmibo tected wo may expect tho suspension Mr K It Swetnnm of Fairfax Station tho peoplo paid tho taxes without know Â¬ of our mills and a total loss on our high Va says a party camo forty miles to his store for Chulnborluins Cough Rem Â¬ ing that thoy wero paying them bnt priced machinery which will havo to Charles I in imposing direct duties in Ip sold as scrap iron edy and bought a dozen bottles Tho tho nuturo of ship money without tho Of courso the shoddy makers want to Remedy is a groat favorite In this vicin Â¬ consent of his parliament lost his havo their say while all ot the other ity ho says and lias performed some crown and his head nro raving wonderful cures here pauper manufacturers It In tho 10 years from 1880 to 1880 against tho Wilson bill but wo hopo especially for Coughs Colds is intended Croup and inclusive wo imported upward of 000 WlioophiK Cough For sale by A R that their particular cry may bo genu Â¬ 000000 pounds of window glass valued ine Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kinclieloe at upward of 10000000 and upon Mcndorifc Co Hardlnsbiirg Ky As a toilet luxury Aycrs Hair Vigor which we paid a duty of 14000000 or Wo arc prepared to do all kinds of upward of 02 per cent of its value Our cannot he equaled It is uglily per Â¬ printing Havo your Horse and Jack fumed nnd keeps the scalp clean and people paid this enormous duty and cool bills done at this office because it was nn indirect tax which Â¬ 1 12il-122 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Of w hut n veil tlio plow or Full Or Inml or llfo If f ri eilom fall Thero aro many structed machine kinds of incubators that will do good work so that tho choico is not closely limited If ono is about to purchase it will bo well to get tho advico of Bonio friend who has bad cxpcricuco in this Ono of tho first es kind of hatching sentials is that the machine bo accurate ly eclf regulating for though a person may in timo becomo skillful enough to run n machine without n regulator t e risks aro too great even in that case says Webb Douncll who writes as fol- Â¬ lows in Tho American Agriculturist Tho question of moisturo is nn im- Â¬ portant one for this is the most artiIn ficial part of artificial incubation the natural way tho hen seems to cover tho egg with a secretion that causes it to shine n secretion that presumably keeps tho fluid part of tho egg from Tho presence of evaporating rapidly moisturo in tho egg chamber of an incubator is supposed to answer the same purpose At any rate it is Important particularly toward tho end of the Without moisturo tho lining hatch membrano of tho egg would soon bo enmo tough and dry when tho shell is pipped and this brings us to another difficulty that many experience Their eggs begin to hatch well but tho chicks havo great difficulty In getting out of tho shell Much of this trouble is caused by opening tho egg chamber too fiequently during tho process of hutching This lets out tho moist air It is a wiso plan to open the egg cham ber not mnuj than onco during tho hatching prriod and then to be as quick as possible in taking out tho chicks Incubators will iilwuyn give tho best results Inn placed whero the tempera ture will not cliangu to a very great ex- Â¬ tent Tho gu atest difficulty that arti ficial incubation encounters in tho winter and early spring is the infeitility At this season ol the year of tho eggs tho hens exercise very little aio frequently overfat and aro often frost bitten either in combs or toes Want of exorciso is specially disastrous to fertility in tho eggs All of these conditions nro largely under tho control of the owner however for the pens can be kept warm tho fowls can bo kept scratching ard fed uonfatteuing foods which will thus be egg producing foods To successfully run nil incubator ono should understand fully tho physiology of tho growth of n chicken from tho germ till it breaks the shell Those who uso incubatois aro of necessity compelled to uso brooders whilo they aro very frequently used by thoso who hatch their chickens by natutos methods considering that tho advan tages of such n plan outweigh the disadvantages Without debating tho soundness of this idea there are certain points in tho management of brooders that may profitably bo discussed Tho great disadvantage to bo met in run ning n brooder during cold weather is tho difficulty that is found in getting tho chicks to exercise sufficiently a matter that is of vital importance if ono would nave them grow thriftily At least two inches of chaff and Band should bo kept upon tho bottom of tho brooder nnd finely cracked wheat and corn thoroughly mixed through it Unless thoy cnu run out upou tho ground they must bo kopt scratching in tho brooder Another source of trouble is that of temperature Little chicks mu9t have plenty of warmth If thoy onco get chilled it is eloubtful if they ever fully recover from it Ninety degrees is about right for the start and it must bo remembered that chicks as thoy grow havo less and less protection until their feathers appear Tho brooders must bo kopt clean Plenty of dry chaff and road dust will assist in this direction Ex ercise warmth cleanliness together with plenty of easily digested nitrogenous food and water so arranged that the floor cannot becomo wet will causo chicks to mako a very respectablo showing whilo it thoy can run out upon tho ground thoy will grow rapidly ami escape many of tho disasters that befall those reared by hens Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Weill Donnoll Tell llmr These Machines Otiulit tu llo Mmmgeil Machines for the artificial batching of chickens ducks and turkeys are now In uso by thousands of individuals all over the country some of whom mako tho work a buctcbs whilo others make snlpwrcck of tho business Tho fact that many have excellent success shows that theso machines nro practical nnd vnluublo assistants in the raising of Tho first condition necessary poultry for success Is to Bccuro n properly con- Â¬ IT FASTENS ITS HOLD upon you before you know It It la rare bo hi tho nlr wo lirenfho tho wntor we to drink The fjerm of consumption l ewery tvliero present The germ licgins to grow as Boon ns It rent lies a tvenk tpol In tho body Catarrh Jlronchltls and a scrofulous condi- Â¬ tion furnish theso wenk cpota Tho way to fight theso genns begin early render tho liver oetlvo and purify the blood with Dr Jlcrcos Uoldou Medical Discovery Besides It liullik up healthy flesh Its guaranteed in all bronchial throat and lung affections every form of scrofula even Consumption In Its earlier stages If the Discovery foils to benefit or euro you havo your money back Fortify yourself against disease by making tho body germ proof then you will save ourselt from grip malaria and many of ho jiassing diseases -- Too woll known to need lengthy advertise Â¬ ments Dr Sagos Catarrh Remedy DELIGHTFULLY ROMANTIC A Stnee Meld Up and a Muld Carried Off by n loud Lou l I hi llud Sinn A romantic casoof kidnaping occurred tho other ilay in tho country back of Maznthm The sluga between Rosario nnd Mazatlan which left the former place stopped at t a in tho next day at Agua Culiento where another pusseuger n young nnd pretty girl was taken on Sho was Carlottn Newman daughter of n poor blind woman living at Mazatlan Thero wero two ether passengers a man and a woman Tho stage left Agua Caliento at 2 a in nnd had gone only n couple of leagues when the driver suddenly reined up at a call from tho roadside whero fonr men on horseback sat coolly pointing revolvers at bis head There was no deÂ¬ mand fur coin mid from the quiet man ner of tho highwaymen tho driver could draw no idea of tho nature of their de mands While one man held n gun pointed nt tho driver and another atÂ¬ tended tho hows tho others dismounted stepped to the end of tho coach and courteously i quested tho young lady to comeout Tliogirl recognized tliolarger man u magnificent looking fellow as Jose Vuldez her rejected lover and di viniugthe plot she begged tho passengers to save her Vuldez warned them to do nothing and as they had no firearms they dared not piotest against tho actions of the bold robbers After urging Miss Newman to come out without avail Vuldez and his com panion laid hold of her and carried her to the horses placing her upon one nnd tying her to the saddle Tho girls shrieks and tears had no effect either In hurrying the men or arousing their anger When they wero again mounted nnd ready to leave Vuldez turned to tho Go friend driver and said calmly nnd excuse me for molesting you Tho driver lost no time in accepting tho permission and tho agitated passengers iusido did not breathe easily until they saw tho party with the girl in tho center gallop over a hill The driver and passengers reported tho matter on arriving at Mazatlan nnd gave tho names of Librado and Bernardo Vuldez nnd Rufino Zutnraiu as tho accomplices of Jose Valdez tho first two being his cousins Vuldez is u daro dovil nnd spendthrift nnd though of good family bears n very bad reputation Ho was rejected by Miss Newman who is a highly respected girl of American birth Tho prefect of tho district of Concordia in which Agua Ca- Â¬ liento is situated has chargo of a party of rurales searching for Valdez and Btrong efforts aro being made to enpturo tho villain His hiding place is unknown News of her daughters capture pros- Â¬ trated tho mother in Mazatlan San Diego Cor San Francisco Chronicle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Farmers aro very busy breaking corn ground Miss Silliu Bciim lt has another siring f to her beau ij Floyd I Union is smitten with a I lard liisbuig girl Mrs Horner Winchel Is quite ill ut this wilting For lnghuHl atliiinublc workmanship John Hlnton lost his young horse Wednesday night The employment of materials of highest quality Miss Mary llafley fell and crippled The elegant finieli herself a few days ago John McClellun was the guest of Miss Tho strength of button holes and eyelet holes Mollie Jarhoo last Sunday Floyd Hlnton was the gutst of Miss Tho manner in which tho parts subject to strain aro strengthened Clara Jaiboo a few days ago The good feeling qualities Miss Victoria Brown visited her sister nt Fordsvlllo a few days ago Tho commendable method of attaching the collar and cuffs to tho Tho candidates are nyrootln round and about Axtel this week shirts The Intention of Ab Speak is to get Tho great variety of effective designs in plain white ncglgec him a cook as soon as he gels his house colored embroidered and pique shirts completed Chester Rhodes has left Glendeane A fly neck band of ingenious pattern by whioli the collar button and gone homo to stay He sold out to is prevented from touching or chafing ihe neck Richard Olvey The reason that the Webster boys cant get married with their leggings on is because they cant get anyono to say yes SHI R TiS i BABBAGE -- Ive tried all sorts of blood purifiers said an old lady to ncutter and you cant persuade mo that any other is as good as Ayers Theres whero sho had him Sho know that Ayers was the best and bo did he but it paid him ter to sell a cheaper brand bet- Â¬ THE LEADER y i iwiii rir RATES i JIT mmm HUES RUN EUi JiEJljiJJlK 113SJ Y j if iff f il t J i TsyT I Items are scarce We are having fiiw weather now Miss Viola Frank and her sister Ada were visiting their aunt Mrs LC John- Â¬ son last week Mr D L Johnson is on the sick list Miss Kattie Rhodes is visiting her J 0 BOURNE aunt Mrs John Furrow We had a fine treat the last day oi BOTJENE school ha ha Charlie Hawkins went to prayer meet Â¬ ing Wednesday but got thero most to soon -- Sly0UlSYlLLEKY M j J HARPER DANIEL BK00K3 HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock V WHY Allen Jennings goes up in the moun- Â¬ tains pretty often to see his best girl CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP Several boys got caught from homo by t the snow last Sunday Willie Johnson KY LOUISVILl BOURBON STOCK YARDS for one J Willie Furrow will probably go Duck hunting soon MANHOOD RESTORED Kuarunteud tocura tut nervous UlffcaBeBUcli as Weak Memory Lub- of Drain Tho boys in this vicinity all have an rower llendnche Wakefulness Lost Munbood KlKiiUy lCixlOQS Nervous nesall drains and loss of powertnGeneratiToOrvcaiis of either ox canned Illinois fever on them broTcr exertion youthful errors excessive uto of tobacco otum or slim ulants which Iau to InHrmltT Consumption or Incnnlly Can bo carried la O fortfS by mall vest pocket 91 per order wo or rcfunu the vltlia niinrnnte brail ims9 jty rtr i el ven writtenfor It box no lo cureWrite forprepaid m mey Sold sealed other free Medlrt Hook sent take druffslnts Ack If Hf TrrurrSV I Front that old corriplalnt when you can be permanently cured by an SUKKKR cured- UUUUKAail irfKi iiuisu lnplalu wrapper Address NltV8CED CO MasonloTeinplo Chicago For sale In Cloverport Ky by A H FISIIKU nnd by C C MAUT1N Druggists NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Breckenridge Circuit Court J D lleeler PlIT v Taylor UeirJ A THURIFER GUILD Others have been why not you MEDICINE Kngllnh Clergjnien Agitated Orer the Question of Incense Hunting Two subjects nro at present greatly exÂ¬ DISEASE CURED1 WITHOUT Not an eectile belt or batter home treatment which causes ol the patient to absorb ercising tho minds of many clergymen of tho Church of England one is the startling falling off in their incomes ow ing to tho long continued and increasing agricultural depression and tho other is tho uso of incense in churches The latter is always a prominent topic of cler- Â¬ ical discussion libout Christmas time but this year it seems to create more interest than usual owing to the growing provalenco of tho practice Thero are now so many servers acolytes nnd other altar assistants engaged in lighting and swinging thurifers in the churches of England that they seriously propose to form themselves into n guild or society for tho promotion of incense burning Tho name suggested for it is tho Thurifer Guild One of its objects will bo a study of the history of the prac- Â¬ tice and the best manner of manufactur- Â¬ ing orthodox nnd sweet smelling incense In un expeditious and economic maimer London Telegraph Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ but a almple tie entire body Ask your neighbor about It If he can not tell yeu write to ua for one of our booki4- acnt free jSSsJ OXYGEN All peraons having clalmi agalnt tbe lato Ky lie ler of llardlniburg firm of Deird art requested to file tbe tame with me properly verified as required by law on or before tbe 1st day of May 1891 alro all perioni Indebt- Â¬ ed to tbe nbnvo named firm are req ieated to oall at my fce In llardlniburg Ky at once and settle itime and save costs Tbe members of tbe above said firm are sub joined and reilralned by order ol court fr m making any collections or adjusting any claims of the above said firm D 11 SEVERS Receiver Appointed by the Dreckenridge Circuit Court io Defts j In Equity At a Bargain to tho right man tho Old lteliablo t Clifton Mill Good stne dam everlasting power and doing a good business All in first class order For particulars address or apply to J W CARY Clifton Mills Ky February lath 1BV1 British traders already realize the vast possibilities involved and nro nctively preparing to obtain n share of the new trade Tho road nt present oxtends from Matadi to Keiigo and thence wilt bo pushed as rapidly as possible to Stanloy pool Tho list of freight charges has been published in the chief European ports and two British and ono Gorman steamship lino havo made Matadi a port of call It is confidently predicted that n Congo boom Is about to commenco and that King Leopold will soon bo within measurable distance of reward for his courugo and patience London Letter The Singer family Abroad The CoU Ilullraad Tho openicg of tho first section of the Congo railroad passed almost unnoticed In this country chiefly becauso it is duo to Belgian enterprise But for nil that Nothing has ever received bo many testimonials from trustworthy persons many of whom are known to us Western Recorder Louisville The Flectropofse Is a mystery to me almost a miracle Elder John I f Rodgers In one night tho Electropoise relieved me of congestion of the brain and vertigo Rev Geo II Means Covington Ky A friend otmiuo was entirely cured of opium habit wjth the Electropoise Rev W W Bince Houstonville Ky Tho Electropolse is a wonderful instru Â¬ ment and it is more wonderful as to how it does IU work yet it does it T E 0 Ilrinley Plows Louisville Ky Â¬ Ohksity will reduce your height PERMANENTLY from is tn 15 pounds a month Ickness or Injury NO PUBNO STARVING LICITY Thcv build up the health and bcautl fy the complexion leivine NO WRINKLES or nabhln ss STOUT AllIIOMENS and ililhciilt breathing surely relieved NO EXPERIMENT but a scientlnc and positive relief adopted only All order supplied after years of experience Price Jjoo per package direct from our office co by mail post mm or three packages for Testimonials and particulars sealed 2cts All PARK REMEDY CO Boston Mass FAT Tills PEOPLE Have Park been looking Correspondence Strictly Confidential for Dr J L Moorman you IT TV rO VJ W I all To tell you to bo sure and see our stock of now 1 day Address DuRois A Webb 609 Fourth street Louisville Ky ONE HALF SATE Resident -- Dentist Itakl OLOVERPORT KY Office with Dr J T Owen Una of llrldico Harvest Excursions o Arkinsij and All kinds of Dental work done and satis faction guartntrad Wall Papers Bcforo you placo your Spring order Wo havo them from 3 cents a singlo roll up to 25 cents It Is extraordinary how tho Singer family has managed tomix Itself up with tho aristocracy of France With nothing but it huge fortune and a large stock of eccentricity the original old Singer married no less than 10 women cover- Â¬ ing u wide range of position nnd character llo numbered his descendants by the score and theso It is who havo man- Â¬ aged to ally themselves with eomo of tho proudest families in Europe At tho re- Â¬ cent weddingoC Mrs Wlnnarottii Singer in Purls to Prlnco Melclior do Polinac there was a great gathering of tho Singer clans and they boro such names as A Hew Peaoh Rochefoucauld Decazcs Mnrat Modena MrD I- - Talbot of EllzabethtownKy and Dudley Cholly Knickerbocker in has originated a late October peach that Now York Repprdor is pronounced by experienced liortlcul j turista to be tba Mwt late peach on llroke Into J nil The keeper of the Portland Mich Jail earth It Is a beautiful cling seedling left tho jail tho other evening to visit nn fine siio and color and a most delicious And as it contained nq eating peach Mr Talbot has a small acquaintance prisoners ho neglected to lock it during number of trees now ready for setting his absence When ho returned ho found which he has reduced In nrlce from one that three men had entered built a fire dollar to fifty cents each and is ready to r in tho stove and were occupying three ot fill orders at once tho cella Portland Dlecatch Â¬ Â¬ Texas On March 11th April JOtli and May 8th 1894 tho St Loujs Air Line Louisville Evansville St Louis Con It It will sell Harvest Excursion tickets to all points in Arkansas Texas and Eddy N M at one half rates for tho round trip Tickets good returning 30 days from date of sale The Air Line is 53 miles tho short- Â¬ est route to St Louis the west and Southwest and tho only 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