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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XVIII OVERLAND TO CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY I am getting n little tired of this wea drivers yelled wo tried to balance ourrisome trip and nm very anxious to get selves on the top of n big load and on wo through hut I intend to tako it patiently go Herring sung speed away but tho rest of us did not All at once some one as it comes for I know that it will not be very long now till we reach California said whats tho matter Itoyal was My husband has n very had soar Rov Crockor Writos Another Inter- Â¬ picking himself up oil tho hard ground mouth and throat and ho sufTered with nearly dead The donkey had dlcldcd esting Lotter from tho Land to lighten his load twas too sudden for thinn very much last night Bttko llnll of Opium Smokors is tho only one of our party who has not Itoynl Kvcry ono of us got n grovlous been sick on tho trip nor have I ever fall beforo the trip was over except Ble lock seen him mad or out of humor When At night wo put up at a Chlneso others aro angry and fretted tho sooth- Â¬ Drosses in Nativo Costumo and inn A Chlnrso inn is a place whero ing balm of his good humor and ready you can find a room n place whero you Lives in Nativo Housos with jokes always quiets tho troubled waters can make your bed a table and also you Distanco traveled twenty miles can get a meal from tho landlord It is Modorn Furnituro July 28 We aro not bothered much n square inclosed by low single rooms by mosquitoes of nights now and on ono sido an entrance way tho Mr Sawyer shot somo sago chickens Sends Greeting to tho Irvington donkeys tho mules nnd cattle stay in this afternoon and we had them for sup- Â¬ tho open court you do too except when Brethren and Asks for Their per Mr Sawyer ate heartily and says Yoti furnish your in your own room lie thinks they will cure him Prayers own bedding nnd after traveling all day Distance traveled twenty three miles wo had to mako our own beds It is July 20 We had a march of eighteen very much liko camping out Our miles this morning without water or nights lodging cost us food and all GETTING TO HIS WORK grass Forded the river for tho last time about six cents apiece to tho North side and we will travel on Tliis Shantung province i a fine this sido to the sink country I will try to tell you more of CiiEioo NoitTit China Dec 20 1893 Distance traveled twenty miles it later Brethren wo ceaso not to urge Dear Brethren I sent you a July 10 Our road la -- better on this from Shanghai but as I havo now letter you to pray for us I will send quarter Â¬ come sido of the river than it wason tho Yours to my placo of work I wish to send you n ly report at end of the quarter AV K Ciioikkii other affectionately few more lines AVo arrived at Cliefoo Wo had a nice shower of rain this af- a little moro than a week ago and after Tennyson on Spring ternoon which is a very uncommon oc- Â¬ five days travel find ourselves hero in currence hero at this season of tho year Pingtu 150 miles inland from We have tho word of A ford Tennyson Chefoo It settled the dust and was very refresh Â¬ Hero wo find Dr and Mrs Crawford for it that in the spring tho young mans ing Bro and Mrs Bostlc Bro and Mrs fancies lightly turn to thoughts of love Distance traveled twenty two miles Leagrie Miss Fannio Knight and Bro It is singular that the great laureate July 111 Arrived at tho noted Mead and Mrs Scars The hearty welcomo omitted to mention the fact that it is in ows this afternoon and will remain here these veteran missionaries gavo us did the spring that a considerable portion of until to morrow Then our men will cut our hearts good Wo arrived Sunday tho human rnco turn to taking Hoods enough grass to take tho mules over tho tho day beforo Christmas Probably nothing but the and in tho Sarsaparilla desert It is sixty miles acrossthe desert evening our hearts were poured out be- Â¬ diillculty of finding a good rhymo for and we will have to tako all the food and foro tho Lord for His protection on our that invaluable remedy deterred him water wo can from here long journey and for our safo arrival Certain it is that the old time domestic Distance traveled seventeen miles Wo had left home tho first of November remedies aro generally discarded in favor Wo went August 1 Sabbath day and two months of travel had mado us of tho standard blood purifier Hoods down into tho Meadows this morningand long for some settled place hut wo say Sarsaparilla which has attained the the men cut some splendid grass then that God has led us and wo country are safe greatest popularity nil over the went on down below the sink of the This has been a merry as tho favorite Spring Medicine Itpuri Christmas here Marys or Humbolt river and camped though in the midst of tho heathen I fies the blood and gives nerve mental water near the Sulphur Springs but the am now writing in my study a nativo bodily nnd digestive strength is not good this year room and right by is my bed room also Had plenty mosquitoes last night WEBSTER native and all of Bro Leagrios houso is Distance traveled twenty miles native Tho insido fitting is fixed ac- Â¬ J It Mays has sowed a lot of oats August 2 AVo made a start across tho cording to our own taste but wo are ac- Â¬ great desert this morning a little after cording to Sunday will be our regular church day tho principles of tho gospel sunup and took as Mr Sawyer thought mission living in Miss May Kurtz was visiting at Hard nativo houses It is tho old Truckco route but in about six comfortable not peculiar nor conspic- Â¬ insburg last week miles we came to an alkali pond which uous to tho natives is cheap and very Tim Jordan sold Mike Matheny a fine it was impossible to cross AVo then convenient All of our party arc at fat hog this week This went over to the Carson route present boarding with Bro Lcagrio and Mr Amos Kincheloe was visiting at mistake tired our mules that much moro we expect to spend tho winter hero in Bellview last week than they ought to have been but we tho study of tho language Not far away traveled slowlyto save them all we could is the houso of tho MissGoIa Orandorffis tho guest of the Crawfords and Bos AVo stopped at noon and fed thorn then Misses Claycomb this week tic and MissFannie Knight and on tho went on until sundown when we stop- Â¬ other side of Mr Cliarlio Claycomb paid Uewley tho city is Bro Sears somo supped again and fed and cooked As soon as spring opens up somo of us ville a flying visit last week per with the remains of an old wagon will move furthor west to Oh ma why is it that tho railroad- Â¬ somo other as fuel Wo stopped at n trading post in stations The fields aro white unto tho man is nlways behind time tho afternoon and bought somo water harvest and tho laborers aro so few Ao Miss Lula Coleman was tho guest of for the mulespaying seventy five cents a do not hear firecrackers and general re Â¬ Miss Annie Jordan last week gallon for it The gentleman who keeps joicing over Christmas as at home No Mrs Mary and Mollio Adkisson went tho post sent me a glass of port wine Sunday no Christmas no Christ no to Irvington trading Saturday and I drank it with good grace for I God to love needy wo havo como to tho was tired too Dr Boll Kurtz of Hardin county is place where there is need neighborhood Distancotraveled up to to night twenty-But let mo go back and tell you some visiting in this two miles The farmers aro plowing and making thing of Shanghai and other things on AVo started again at dark and traveled tho way AVe were compelled to spend preperations for a large crop this year com- Â¬ till midnight when our mules Spring is coming and Jim Kurtz can about a week in Shanghai because there menced failing fast Stopped and fed was no steamer going up to Chefoo It shinglo Ids hnir and no danger of taking of them and bought six buckets more is one of the most wonderful cities in cold water paying one dollar a bucket for it the world AVhen you first land it looks Mrs Lizzio Kendall of Louisville is wo would not got I thought for sure that just liko a foreign city electric lights visiting her father and sister who are our teams through for the last twelve fine high houses and so on but back of very sick miles was a heavy sand road Ben got tho bend or river front aro nativo houses Miss Bessie Mays who has been visit in the carriago with me whilo Sir Saw Â¬ in all their purity You seo the Hag of ing her parents tho past two months sido yer and Uuko Hall walked on each every nationality almost in the world has returned to Cloverport of tho four mule team driving and whip Â¬ and tho river lies full of ships and boats ping them up but resting them often from everywhere Henry K did you go off in a tranco At tho stern of a I3en and I were in front and as I heard 10 ship of swan like beauty Isee flapping Saturday and did it last until tho tho whips popping and cracking I sin- Â¬ in tho breeze the stars and oclock train came Monday stripes and cerely pittied the poor beasts with all my Miss Bessie nnd Henry Mays attended I strain my oyes to seo it for it looks camo in sight of heart But when wo like homo English iufluenco predomi- Â¬ church at Clifton Sunday and took din Â¬ Carson river my mule stuck up his head nates in Shanghai all tho foreigners as ner with Miss Gola Orandorfl Look outi and started oil in a fast walk and tho a rule speak tho English language Tho AVathen other mules followed suit I was afraid fact is tho English is tho greatest and Axtel wo havont brass enough to nsk my mulo would run right into tho river most universal languago in tho world tho girls and leap year conies but overy as he was so hard mouthed and resolute that Ben could hardly hold him Wo Thero aro about sovonty flvo mission Â¬ four years and how can wo get them to arrived at Hagtown on tho Carson river aries of nil denominations in Shanghai say yes about sunriso this morning August 3 AAo havo now only two Mr and Mrs Sirocco if you will send us a lot of mar Â¬ Distance traveled forty miles since Latimer Bro Boyan will occupy tho riageable girls that will say yes wo will dark yesterday evening This desert and lower part of Marys houso Bro Herring left when ho went furnish you ncar load of eggs to Bet your river havo been tho worst sections of our to America Thero aro very many for- Â¬ batchclors on trip and I am truly glad that wo are over eign residents in Shanghai and they as Mr Thomas Dooloy Is improving the them safe Though tho desert is easier to cross this year than it has ever been nrulo aro a Very great hindranco to tho looks of his houso and farm very much beforo There are soven or eight trading gospel But tho missionaries havo many widow down toward Clifton posts on it now where iOfreshments nnd schools and hospitals and qulto n good Tho little supplies of all kinds aro kept for sale work i3 going on You cannot appre Â¬ had better look out There aro also somo trading posts hero V G Babbago was in AVebster AVed Â¬ ciate how hard it is to do this work till on Carson river looking after August 3 AVo went up the Carson you havo seen and tried it AVo left nesday shaking hands and river five miles Irom Itagtown and camp Â¬ Shanghai ou tho China merchant ves Â¬ his intrest for County Judge and lie ed for tho remainder of tho day We sel and camo to Chefoo nativo faro knows just how to do It too bought some fresh beef and have been Abo Sklllman Forrest Claycomb and Foreign fare is about 22 nativo faro is feasting on beefsteak to day 12 Wo had on nativo dress and fared Cliarlio Coleman havo retired from Grass is scarce Distanco travored five miles very well As to nativo dress let mo say society nnd gone to Lous Corner to keep CONTINUED NEXT WEEK that nearly all tho missionaries in China bachelors hall and to take chargo of wear it except a few in parts whero tho Charlios mustacho Adress 214 Chlneso aro used to seeing foreign dress It must bo a good artitlo that will in- Â¬ Tho dreis is cheap very loose and com It fortablo and saves ono a world of annoy duce a man to go forty miles to get Mr K It Swetnam of Fairfax Station ance I am not wearing a cuo at presont Va says a party camo forty miles to but that makes no difference Cough Rem Â¬ Chefoo is a beautiful placo by tho sea Â¬ his store for Chamberlains Tho side There are sovoral missions thero edy and bought a dozen bottles Itemedy Is a great favorlto in this vicin Â¬ and two or thrco days would havo bcon pleasant there but for tho fact that wo ity ho says and has porformed somo i- It is intended Wf lit utmCV hud been vaccinated at Shanghai und wonderful cures heje -a for Coughs Colds Croup and were very sick until tho timo camo for especially For sale by A It Bro Leagrio had AVhooping Cough to start for Pingtu riV IIo said wo would Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kincheloe como to meet us Tht trui gotpil tzpouniti Mcadortfc Co llanllnsburg Ky II ridge t bits bcr band against tho utoro nd start Tuesday but our train was fifty cries out with pain She applies Dr Fennera years behind time that is thero is no HITES RUN Ooldcn Relief sad the pain Is gone train at all but wo heard the braying of Johnny awolc la tha night screaming for the some donkeys A lot wero engaged to Ben Bates lias gono to Illinois pain in stomach the cherries had brought on A Mr A D Barrlngor was in Clover- Â¬ teaspoonful of tho Ilellef is gtren Immediately bo there Tuesday morning and they ar- Â¬ rived Tuesday oyonlng and wo could not port Saturday Johnny Is dreaming Tha stole mother Just returned from ber start till Wednesday morning and when Allen Jennings went up into tho Southern trip is no better The hectlo flush that tltno camo tho Chinaman sent word mountains Sunday is still on her cheek and gloom bangs oyer tho Tho health ot this neighborhood is family circle Tha Golden Itellcf is used a ho could not come mqntb and a cur results The explanation 1st Theti Lcarlo went out and engaged Very good at this writing dolden Ilellef eura inflammation No Inflam Miss Koa Johnson visited hor aunt mation no sore from burn no hurt from chcrv some more and then the first man came Finally tho second Mrs Nannlo Frank a few days ago rlfts no consumption Contains no opiates nar Â¬ and there wo wero cotics or mineral poisons Safo and certain man was taken AVo started a caravan Littlo Eflle Frank w ho has besn visit- Â¬ One tablMpooaful cures La Grippe It never de Little bolls tingled at tho donkeys necks ing her aunt Mrs L O Johucpn re- Â¬ celTM nor disappoints Money refunded if sat their long ears Hopped in the wind the turned homo a few days ago isfaction not Irea Tuko a bottle borne to Â¬ MARCH 14 1894 ROSETTA NO 34 ORIENTAL NEWS Â¬ CALIFORNIA V Notes From a Journal Kept by Mrs Francis H Sawyor in a Jour- Â¬ ney Across tho Plains MAY 9 TO AUGUST 17 1852 Â¬ Revisjd and Compiled for the Entertainment of the Headers of the Breckenridge News V- - K v July 18 Sabbath day I have not been feeling well for several days I liavo taken cold My chest 1b sore and it pains me very much I am taking medicine for it and think that I will Boon bo better Wo eatno to Marys river or Humbolt as somo call It to day All the emi- Â¬ grants dread this river but wo found some grvs which is more than we expected as Mr Sawyer says that there was very little here when he came out in 49 Instance traveled thirty miles July 10 Tho Digger Indians came to a caiilp near us last night and stole two horses The man on guard wont to sleep and let the Indians slip past him These are tho most thieving Indians on this route and I will ba glad when we are out of their range Wo forded the North fork of Marys river this afternoon Distance traveled twenty nine miles July JO A company of men went out yesterday in pursuit of those Indians who stole tho horses Neither tho water or tho weather is good on this river and the dust is very bad Wo forded the river four times to- Â¬ day within n distanco of ten miles to avoid going over the hills Distanco traveled thirty miles July 21 Wo had a hard march of seventeen miles to day over the hills without stopping except to water our mules at an excellent cold spring which we found in the hills had to keep trav- Â¬ We forded eling till we camo to grass to tho North side of tho river and went into camp We will travel on this side for somn distanco now as wo were informed by somo packers to day that tho best grass was on this sido Distance traveled twenty five miles July 22 Mr Sawyer kified another nntelope to day and we aro feasting Uamo of all kinds is very scarce this year on tho road and I have been wish Â¬ ing for some fresh meat for some timo My husband took some of the meat over to another camp neat us and made tho people a present of it In return for his kindness the men came over to our camp with a bottlo of old whisky and treated our men These men keep whisky for Bale and they retail it at two dollars a drink That seems like a high price for liquor but these men have to haul it from the States or from California over the mountains across tho great desert and up this river for two hundred miles so you sen it is houud to bo a costly drink Wo had more mosquitoes to night more than we had ever caught up with Wo drove ofT tho road to tho before river intending to camp there but tho pesky insects were so bad that wo were compelled to abaudon tho idea of camp Â¬ ing I thought that they would surely eat us and tho animals up before Wo wo could get back to tho road traveled till ton oclock at night beforo they left us It turned cool at that timo and wo pitched our camp Distanco traveled thirty five miles July 23 The mosquitoes were so bad this morning that wo had to leavo camp Wo at daylight without our breakfast traveled till the sun got too hot for them then stopped and cooked our breakfast Thoy aro not quite so bad to night Mr Sawyer is not feeling woll to night Distanco traveled twenty five miles July 24 We have laid by this after- Â¬ noon because Mr Sawyer is too sick to travel He has a high lover and a bad headache His boues all anho and ho thinks he has a touch of mountain fever lie is doctoring himself to day and hopes to bo bettor soon This river is the worst place on tho trip to bo sick The weather is bad tho water is not good and tho mosquitoes annoy you to death of nights Distance traveled twelve miles July 25 Sabbath day My husband is better to day though he dont feel apy too good yet Wo had tho good fortune to get a camp tonight whero there are no mosquitoes Distanco traveled twenty- - three miles July 20 Thoy changed my carriago mulo into tho wagon today and put one of the wagon mules into the carriago I did not admlro tho change but submit Â¬ ted and suro enough bad luck camo of it While crossing a slough tho mulo I was driving mired down and beforo they could unbaruass him ho began Jumping and kicking and broko one of tho shafts to tho carriago I was so sorry that I felt like crying fori thought that wo would have to leavo my carriago behind How Â¬ ever Mr Sawyer went to work and men Â¬ ded it bo that now it is almost as stout as it over was Distance traveled twenty two miles July 27 Wo paseed a tradlug post to Â¬ day and were informed that it was onb hundred miles from there to the Bink of thha river and wont I bo glad to see the end rink out of sight Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Gardening Is being talked about Mr Kit Martin was In ltosettn Mon day AH Taylors Is the placo for parlorties Quite stylish Occassionally a drummer calls in town AVI11 Poolo was the last C AV Kascy is building an addition to his dwelling Bosetta is looming up Mr Cliarlio Anderson and Frank Smith took tho prisoners to Hardins burg ltosetta makes her best bow this morn ing and promises to loom up in the Nis columns as of old Everybody is rejoiced at getting daily mall AVo do not feel quite so remote nnd out of tho way Alfred Taylor is having a cistern dug Lumber is also being hauled for n kitch- Â¬ en and meat house Mr Whcatley from Big Spiing passes tliis way frequently Query What at Â¬ traction is down tho road Cal Basham says they need not put him on the jury if they dont want to suffer the full extent of tho law AV L Turpin nnd brother have been visiting Mr Jeff Turpin for tho last fow days They returned to Jefferson county Sunday The ltosetta string band was entertain ed at Mrs Taylors Monday night Some good music was played and all enjoyed the occasion Quarterly meeting for this district will be hold at Bewloyvillo commencing tho last Saturday in May and continuing over the first Sunday in Mny Itev Fouutaino Cundiff filled his reg Â¬ ular appointment nt tliis placo Sunday at 3 oclock IIo will continue to do so now the rest of hisconferenco yoar People aro getting tired of tho littlo thieving that is being carried on so skill- Â¬ fully in this neighborhood Every thief caught will bo tried nnd convicted from this on Miss Fonza Sipes who has been stay Â¬ ing at her uncle Curran Kaseys in order to nltond school will sinco the school has closed make her home with Mr Frank Smith G T Meicer who took the continct for the bridgo on tho Baltimore turnpike has about completed it It will bo ready for tho public passing by tho time these items roach tho Niwtr Tho youngsters nro talking something of storming Dent and Herbert Head in their bachelor quarters ono day next week nnd then James Thomas Mitchnim look out Your timo next Herbert Head has named his volin Juda Juda gives down onco in a causes whilo much cmbarassment Judas bridge refuses to stand and gives way always at tho most beautiful parte Strayed from tho barn lot of F II Priest a sorrel mare fifteen and one Any one seeing or half hands high knowing anything of it will please notify Mr Priest It has been gono three Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 50000 FRUIT TREES AT TIIE EKRON NURSERY FOR priiigr Delivery 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 times prices All stock guaranteed as Correspondence and patronage represented solicited Massey Frymire EKRON KY Our Closins Out fS Sales Have Been Better Than We Expected aSj Yours to Close Out But wo still have an immense line of goods that must go Every article must go at cost Childrens Shoes foi35 ets AVomcns Shoes for 55 cts 25 lbs of Sugar every day in the week for 100 Como quick and secure the bestbargairs M MEYER CO Bums Ky WINTER GOODS weeks Â¬ Jim Mltchoin ennies a cotton biscuit in his pocket to show the girls how well he enn cook lie tells them if they cant cook as well as that thoy aro no go for him This is a secret girls dont tell Jim I told on him Dr M S Allen ono of Bosettas old citizens now residing in Pitts Point is talking strongly of moving back here IIo says this is moro like homo than nny placo yet to him Como on Doctor we would like1 to call you neighbor again Mr Blco Carlton closed his school somo two weeks ago expecting to start immediately for Upton to nttetid schcol Ho took tho mumps nnd did not get oil until Satin day Bico is a very deserving young man nnd wo wish him tho greatest success Monroo Tucker nnd Alex Snolling wero tried by a called Magistrates court at tliis placo Monday forstonllnga hatch Â¬ et from AVill Bush nnd sentenced to tho rock pile for ono year Perhaps n few moro such sovoro penalties as that would Zero One hundred per cent bo mado Double lock purso DOWN AT Wo want moro room our SPRING STOCK is coming WINTER GOODS must go at Prices So You can mako a good imvestinent with us can easily 5c 5c 5e Best heavy brown cotton worth Best bluo Calico worth 7le f Boys knee pants See our drives in Clothing at 5c 5e --Mo Cedar lead pencils per doz 21 sheets good paper Wo Good corset worth 75 Quilts at 09 71 and USc worth double tho money Window Shades patent roller 25c worth 50 cts for Handsomest lino umbrellas for 00 50eto CALL I1U8 US and 018 Mens shoes Congress nnd 1 1 jico 18 lSc Sl M and Ladies Kid shoes button and laeo 75c DSe and 110 etc Childrens shoes Me Sc Je and 7 Ic AND SEE THE Great Bargain Store stop chicken stealing nnd corn crib rob bing Â¬ Geo Yeakel RRANDENBURG Co KY Clergymen lawyers public speakers singers and actors all recognize tho vir- Â¬ Ono of tues of Aycrs Cherry Pectoral our most eminent public men says it is tho best rornedy that can bo procured for nil affections of the vocal organs throat lungs HIGHLAND Notice to Stockmen Tho now revenue law requires license of all kinds to bo taken out beforo tho season or term of servico begins other Â¬ wise tho law dlrecta that twenty per cent additional bo collected on tho li Â¬ NURSERY We have about 15000 Apple Trees mostly Ben Davis Rome Beauty and Winesap which we propose to deliver to our customers at the following prices cash on delivery Apple Trees 2 years old 1st class S500 per 100 Apple Trees 2 years old 2d class S300 per 100 Poaoh Trees medium 2 to 3 feet at 10 cts eaoh Â¬ M Jim I cense ment bo of interest to you m frjZ Thinking that tho above would I offer tho state Â¬ Bespectfully J E MoNAitnr Clerk Vi Â¬ dj Â¬ Three days is a very short timo in which to cure n bad caso of rheumatism but it can bo dono if tho proper treat ment is adopted as will bo seen by tho following from James Lambert of New I was badly afilictod Brunswick 11 with rheumatism in tho hips and legs when I bought a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm It cured mo in threo days I am all right to day and would insist on every ono who is aflllcted with that terri bio disease to use Chamberlains Pain 60 cent Balm and got well at onco bottles for salo by A It Fisher Clover- Â¬ port Ky nnd Klncholoo Meador Co Hardlnsburg Ky All other stock at reduced prices Order now as we do not expect to hold stock long at these low prices Address OLOVEBPORT KY - t jfix jtLtoE oaf Ji jiV rfUK HrfH8H THR BRROKRNmDQE Breckenridge WEDNESDAY MARCH Jno D V NR8 Â¬ GLOVRRPOM KY DOWN THE OHIO Moatlo County Limo - - News 1 1 HARDINSBURG L H 1891 W TIME TABLE 121 ESCAPED piti JAIL 0 BiHagei Editors tod rroprltln 00151 WIST 1iMCDKtr Dally arr llanllniliur County Court next Monday Mm Hook hasgoun lo Springfield III Mr Joel Pile went to Custer Saturday But Tlioy Oriloroil tho Railroad Tax ate aulhorlird to announce Julir J A WK U imtilalr lur t inly Jnl MIsh Avt Hoard Is visiting at Webster nt IHickcMtlilni Liinnly tulijiil to the iiiliim ut Cotloctotl in tho Taxahlo Dithe Democratic party Dr Milton Hoard went to lxnilsvillo stricts IITK are authorited to announce KMJAII Monday IIOAIMIniacnmllilttc Inr County Judge Mrs Jctse Wliitnortli was visiting nt uhjcct to the action ol the Democratic pitty Holt last week M A Recent Docision of tho United judge WK are authorlrid to announce JOSKIll FOR COUNfYlUDG E are authorised to announce J W JAIL HKTT ofbtepheniiiort ai n lanrlliUie lor til Cnunty Judge of llrrckenrlilcc county the iHtum ni thr Irinixrtllr p irty larjeniter 00110 ICART Dally arr liarJIuiburg 710 lJt Thu Breckeiiritlfjo County Court Ditl Not Tunnel Out or Filo aio tho Bars IIAi m a canlldilc Inr county subject to the action of the Democratic urly subject to the action ot the Democratic patty FOR Uo to Kobort A Smiths for first class AtTKarc authoriied to announce V it UAH IIAOKat a candidate Tor County Judge COUNTY CLERK AITK are authorised to announce T It llhN Y DKHSONol Wcbater a a candldttc for tounty Court Clerk of llreckenttilgc county ub Ject to the action ol the Dctnoiritic party are authorized to utiiimince It L IIICII- a candidate lur sub Â¬ County Court Clerk ol IlrcckcntidKecount ject to the action ol the Democratic party V7I AUOMJNtit InUmMiraa rii arc authnrlrcd to aiinoume JKSSI MM I hit ol Cluterpott a a iiitidllue lounty Court Clerk of llrcekentiilge county Jcil to the action ol the Democratic party ul lr II candidate for County Court Clerk ot llrctlMn ridge County aubject to the action ot the Memo ciatic party announce iHANK ltrK arc authorized toClot erMrt District a Aa UlIAVIN ol the arc autlioricd to announie JOHN K MUNAltUInl llardliitburg a a can II dale fur re election to the otlice ol vounty Court aubject to the Clerk of llrcckcnriilge Count action ol the Democratic party ltrKare authorized to announce JOHN If IIKKIHIt as a candidate lor County Court Clerk subject to the action ol the Democratic I FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR luthorircd to announce IlIINKY C CimtliiUte for iAHMlul JliuUon the Pemotrallc subject action AeMrDijuiticd to the Lmlwcllot AilMsson Mc Mr party jihcnsport and Hubert Owen Itock Vale TK arc ua FOR JAILER are authorized rbannouncc WIIIIAM It KMllltVof Clnverport a a candidate lor Jailer lubjecl to the anion of the Democratic party Jailer ullon rK are authorized to annouiue J MO VT MOIt roSol llink inlidile for nl llrct krlirldgc miinM suhnl lo the ot the D hiocrtiii pitly Uikaai are authorizeit to iiiiiouncc IKlKH an a candidate ol Miphcimport for Jailer of linckeiiridgu muni Mtbjcct to the action of the Democratic jurl WK Ilrcckenridge County the Democratic party MlAItT lirK are authorized astoa announce J lor Jailer of candidate IKJKItNIIlK biihject to the action of i arc authorized to announce VM IYONS Tf as a candidate for Jailer of llrickenriilge count sulijict to the lutluii of the Dcuiocruir party lf FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY are authorized In tnnnnncr Judge MIL ION IIOAKDiil llardiiiliirgiacauili late for reelection to the ohVu ol County At lorney of Jirtckenridge County subject to the action of the Democratic party W I to announce are authorized ilS IIIIOWN of Cloverport as a candidate for County Attrrney of llrcckenridge County sub ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR SURVEYOR A ol ol the subject to the action Ilrtckmridge county Democratic party lirK are authorized to announce A IAIIUM of Cloverinrt for lurteynr FOR SHERIFF T I arc authorleu lo announce r k VY HlttJiit oi MCuamciB ttctnuiuiic ior Shcrifl of llttcktnridge county subject to the V Deputies action ol the Democratic parlv hcntl Cart of Inion httr llios I Wroe of t lotcrport and Chas II Miller ol llardinsburg blacksinlthing Mrs Hen Hardin of Kosotta was visit- Â¬ ing huh last week Judge Mercer sets up n claim of o000 to the railroad bonds is Mrs Hiram lhelps of IouIsvIIIh visiting hero this week Mrs - A Koote Is visiting her daughter Mrs V 0 Ilahbage Mr J K Monarch has withdrawn from the County Clerks race Misses Minnie and Nannie Murray went to Jxmisvillc Saturday d Foil Sam maie good work animal H F Heard it Co Mr Wheatley of Hlg Spring thinks of putting iii a distillery at Garfield Mr Charles ltyno has been appointed a deputy clerk for J K Monarch Thu Kpworth lengno will give another of its interesting socials very soon r George Htker has been at Irving ton for some time in thu telegraph ollice Two prisoners wero released from jail Saturday They had served out their term Forever bring your plows and other farming implements to It A Smith for repairs If you have any fine crops of hurley tobacco forsalecall on Mr Winebrlnner of tills place The boys will havo to put up that 15 now or be shut out Only a few more days remain Mr John Smith who ran as express II A W for a long time agent on the is in vury bad health Hoards new Work on Kincheloo drugstoru is progressing rapidly The building will be a valuable addition to main street Mr D W Fairleigh Louisville and I K Murray Cloverport were here bust Saturday to look after the levy of the railroad tax The Hlytho brothers have a Kile of their farming utensils and stock cattle horscH vtc at their farm near this place next Saturday Hev S K Hreeding has been ut How Ieyvillu during tie past week assisting in a protracted meeting He will begin n meeting at Miis own church in this place to day News was received hero hibt week that Mrs Mollio Pulliam had become insane and would have to be taken to an asylum Mrs Pulliam has been living In Louisville for hometimo and her many friends here will be fcorry to learn of her Had nllliction Her mother Mrs Judith Miller and her sister Mrs Taylor Heard went to Louisville last Thursday to see IÂ¬ Kight-year-olIV 1 Â¬ Statos Court Mado this Ne- Â¬ cessary And They Had to Lovy tho Tax or Go to Jail for Comtempt of Court JUDGE MERCERS CLAIM her Win I Kamsey Licensed to marry The leaders of the Third party move- Â¬ to Miss Olliu Castle J A Haynes to ment in this county say they will have Miss Jessie L Hoyle OUalow K Meador to Miss Lydi1 A Hall Win H Early to no ticket in the field this year Miss lettiu Lee Pryor Win Franzema time of the Kentucky Legislature to Miss Lillio May Thiirman Tin Thu Kpworth Leaguu gave a public is up The members have done fairly meeting Tuesday night for thu purpose well considering their opportunities of bringing Leaguu work before the peo- Â¬ Some people in the taxed districts are ple Each ollicer read n paper explain curious to know how Judge Mercer got ing his division of the work Thu following program was carried out his claim on six of those St000 bonds Â¬ Â¬ VESIEIl BKISVItT and Ulackbtirn aro the pronounced candidates for the Unit ed States Senate in 18JO As Senator Gross drew for a long term ho may have an opportunity to get in his work for n Western Kentucky man lbtowx McCreary Tub protectionist Democrats seem to bo getting all they want in the Senato Sugar coal iron and lead oro and nu merous articles of minor Importance have been taken from the free list and put tinder the wing of protection Â¬ Â¬ Address hy the lrcsidcnt The League Hallying Song The duties ol the Secretary MUs Mary llowincr Scatter the sunshine Song Iaper The duties of the fourth Vkc- Mrs W J Piggott 1resldeiit Solo March of the League Jesse Kskrldge Itecess How they saed St Michaels Itccitation Miss Nellie Cox Taper Hows This Wo oiler Ono Hundred Dollars Re ward for any casoof Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney it Co Props Toledo O We the undersigned havo known F Â¬ Jukie Mercer says there has been ar Â¬ ranged among the Democratic candidates of this county n conspiracy of silence There wits another conspiracy of the hamu order in County Court tliu other day in which the ludge was also sojue what interested J Cheney fortho last lr years and believe him perfectly honorable in all liusiiietH transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation madu by their linn Wkst it Titiuv Wholesalo Druggists Toledo O Walmso KivNtv it Maii Â¬ If President Cleveland would turn his vi v Wholesalo Druggists Toledo O attention to some unruly Democratic Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken intermembers of the Inited States Senate nally acting directly upon tliu blood and and try to bring them to terms on the mucous surfaces of thu system Price tarill bill ho would be doing thu coun5e pur bottle Sold by all Druggists try a greater service than going to North Testimonials free Carolina on the hunt of thicks Catholic Church Notes Ir tliiaCitiona Council of Clover Thu Biibpciiptlou for thu Catholic port wishes to make amends for souiu church recently burned is making a line loads that It has already imjiosed uixm progress thu people and build for itself an ever Nuxt Sunday thu Catholics will cele lasting monument for which thu peo Â¬ hratu Jahn Sunday at thu Red Front ple In tlmo to come will hlcNt It let Ituv Georgu Niuhaus was actlvo In thu it favor tlio water works past week and deserves credit for thu Â¬ Â¬ Thu Catholic Church Committee held primary have spotted their man in this hist evening Thu remit id race and are going to help nominate a meeting not known its yet but undoubtedly thu him The rules governing thu primary will hu drawn up in n fuw days aro us liberal as any that could have been plans The benefits in Bpito of the weather made anl will shutout no one who calls were well attended himself a Democrat Hoys how far can you htep Try a JIecavse Homo persons do not fuvcr littlu harder and increase your wilrcrlp water works Is no reason why others Hon lMII OK THANKS should bo deterred or faint hearted In To Ihu Cloverport Dramatic Club I the work All such improvements havo to be forced on to some people If Clo am mora than Indebted for their benefits vorjwrt wero being cursed by thu Bcourgu WordH aro too feeble to express what my of yellow fovur somo people would havo heart desires to utter Thank you Hev Geo Nikiiacs to bo made to clean up their back yards If the loathsome small pox were In our iMany PcrHoiiB uildftt the authorities would have to Are Iralcn doirn from ourvrork cr koutthob JlrownH Iron IllttorH coBipeJsoino parents to vacinatu their rebuilds Ilia lyitein alJs digestion remotes ex children ccm of bile uuil rua 1 roalorU Oct the fen ulna Democrats are hoping to reach un old tlmo majority at McDaniola precinct Many good men who in November have not heretofore taken any hand in a The work Ituv Geo Nlckaus has made temporary ollice hours at thu Third Street Plan Â¬ ing Mill Â¬ creek to thu In ginning 1 Tho County Atsetsor Is orderod and directed lis speedily as may be to make out and return a sejmratu assess Â¬ ment book as by law required showing thu assessment hy proper There was quite n Hurry among the of property specifications within said Tax for taxation magistrates of the county last week District 3 caused by a writ In the hands of a United Thu Sheriff of this County under States Deputy Marshal ordering them his bond to colli ct tho county levy is to collect said tax to appear before his Honor Judgo llarr oidered nnd directed same ns follows to- Â¬ and to tay over thu to answer a charge of contempt of court wit On or before thu oOtlt day of June The Judge bad been praying and plead ing for mmv than no years with this 18111 he will pay to thu Fidelity Trust and Safety Vault Company trustee of august body In the vain attempt to get Ixmisville Ky the sum of eighteen them to act in the matter of levying a hundred dullcrs In trust that it will pay tax for tliu payment of certain interest to thu respective holders of interest cou- Â¬ ptssed due on bonds issued by thu Har pons duu on tliu 1st day of July 1SM amount of said coupons held by them dinsbnrg district in favor of tho Louis- thu respectively upon presentation and sur Â¬ ville llardinsliurg and Western Hall render thereof at Its ollice On or before the ulst day of Decern road better known as Thu llmnch Seeing that they could not bo moved Lur 1804 hu will pay to said i idelityÂ¬ Trust and Safety Vault Company trusby any poretiasivu means lie pounced tee thu sum of eighteen hundred dol- Â¬ down on them with a writ thu end of lars in trust that it will pay to thu hol- Â¬ which appeared to be n short term in ders of Interest coupons duu on tho 1st said his honors jtil This last orderbrought day of January 1805 the amount of upon coupons held by them respectively the gentlemen to time nn I they made presentation and surrender thereof at haste to do their masters bidding They its olllcu Receipts of said Trustee for monies so met last Satu day and in a very few paid it minutes satisfied Incle Sam and he ers totohimby tho Sheiill shall be vouch Thu resin his settlements strait way released them idue of such levy collected by thu SheriH Thu Court convened nt 10 oclock a shall after p oper allowance to him for The collection bu paid by him to thu Com- Â¬ Ju lge Adkisson presiding in following members were present and missioner herein after lamed I H F Heard is hereby appointed a answered to their mutes Dudley Ham Commissioner who Is authorized and di Â¬ bleton Jou M Mullen J W Jarrett rected to receive from tho Sheritl the It U Cox Itiley Dowell C C Martin said residue of said luvy collected by And thu siid Commissioner Geo Harned S W Parsons Don T him when he shall havo received tho same Miller C P lilack and II C Drone is ordered to pay and apply said residue Judge Adkisson wiid by way of intio of said luvy as follows fcirst to the pay Â¬ ducing the subject of the meeting he ment of tlio cost of the mandamus suit W V McCracken it Co vs llrecken- Â¬ presumed it was not ncccsiry foi him to of ridgo County Court next thu payment state the ohjct of their Hireling as they of so many of said over duo and unpaid alreadj knew that He said further that coupons witli intenst thereon not em W Karleigh attorney for the braced in said judgment as tliu remainMr I will to bondholders was present and had an ing money in liis hands mora sullicu suf Â¬ than pay and should there bu order prepared which hu would lead for ficient money in his hands to pay nil of said over duo coupons with interest their adoption ami approval sucli excess bo by and Mr Fairleigh cimu f ranl and in his as u credit on said linn applied of W paid V judgment quiet dignified and pleas tut address said McCracken t Co against Ureckenridge to thu court that a dt cision rendered in County whereof the said Columbia Fi Â¬ the Inited States Court at Cincinnati nance and Trust Company is tho bene ficial owner last Tuesday determined beyond quesThe coupons paid by tho Commis- Â¬ tion thu absolute validity of thu bonds sioner sliali bu delivered up to him by and under that judgment they as a court tliu holders lleforu any action was taken by tho were bound to mako thu levy for n sufÂ¬ ficient amount to cover that judgment Court Judgo Mercer asked to bo heard Thu wholo amount now due ho said was Hu said that he was personally interested vury largu and to provido for Its pay Â¬ in this matter tliat ho had requested ment at once would bo burdonsouio on Mr Fairleigh to add something to that the taxpayers This hu did not desire order but thu gentleman had refused to and hu would only ask for a reasonablu do it That ho would now ask the Court amount to hu levied now and witli that to grant him thu favor Hu said hu was in view hu had prepared thu following ownei of six of tliu bonds ono of which order which he would read and submit he had already been paid for what ho wanted thu Court to do was to add to for their approval WiimtKAS tho judgment in thu case of the order presented by Mr Fairleigh the W V McLracken Co against llreck following clause That ho N Me C uiiUge Ac have been allirined by tho Mercer was present in Court nnd claim Â¬ United States Circuit Court of Appeals of five qf tho and the validity of thu bonds of the ed that ho was thu owner Tux District composed of thu Hardins aforesaid bonds and entitled to the proÂ¬ burg Magisterial Distiict and a put if ceeds thereof tliu Itotigh Creek Magisterial District is To this Mr Fairleigh in yery emphatic sued in jtiyment of its subscription to terms objected Said it was not n digni Â¬ the capital stock of thu Louisvill liar dinsbiirg ond Wettem Itailway Compa fied proposition and it was not right to ny has heed thereby finally adjudged encumber thu records with any such or- Â¬ liiif Wherim the County Fiscal Court der If Mr Mercer owned six of tho of llreckenridgo County by mandamus awarded by tho Circuit Court of tho bonds ho had n perfect right to bring Mr D It Murray united Mates tor tlio District of Ken- Â¬ suit for his claim tucky lias been ordered to leVy a tax nttomey for W V McCracken Co sufficient to pay tliu judgment in favor objected to the order also and said there of said McCracken A Co rendered by said court upon over due interest cou Â¬ was a contest over tlio matter Mr Mercur said in reply to Mr Mur- Â¬ pons on said bonds And WlifraiH it is represented to tho ray that theru was no contest between Court that tho Mechanics Trust Com him ami McCracken only that Mcpany now tho Columbia Finance and Cracken had failed to deliver tlio bonds Trust Company of Louisville Ken Mr Hoard as County Attorney Bald tucky is thu heiiillcial owner of said judgement as well us of all said bonds that hu could not add anything to what and over duo and iinpild coupons had already been said by Mr Farleigh thu t nid judgment and Ami Wlimu only that ho wished Judgu Mercur could over duu and unpaid iniereht coupon not embraced In said jtidiinunt and cou get his bonds and he would bo glad to pons for thu instalment of interest duu see him get them hut ho couldnt sou July 1st 18M and January 1st 185 nro how tho order would put him In any bet- Â¬ as follows viz ter shape for getting them and ho ob- Â¬ Amount of said judgment ox elusive of Interest and cost S 7270O jected Over duo and unpaid cou Â¬ Sqtiiro I lamed moved thu adoption pons not embraced in said of tlio order ns read by Mr Fairleigh and judgment Ixclu ivo of interest Vqulru Hamblcton seconded it thereon being coupons from 1 to UO Mr Monarch called thu toll and there both inclusive for in- Â¬ terest duu July 1st lMM and was not a voice against it coupons from to 00 both in Judgu Murcr mado another appeal to cliuive for iutcrct duu Jan- Â¬ thu Court for thu adoption of his order uary 1st 1801 Gmoo and the question brought out consider Â¬ Coupons lor interest duu able dibcussioH between tlio Judgo and July 1st - 1SH mid Janyuary 1st 181100000 attorneys Finally Mr Mercer by his Making a total exclusive of plaintive nppcals succeeded In arousing 1 interest and cost of 7l7 00 It is considered by tlio Squire Hlack to tho point ot making a And Whrreit Couit that thu levy at one time of a suf motion to enter thu order A votu was ficient tax to piy said sum of 1 172700 taken and Mr Hlack was thu only mem and interest and cost would bu unduly ber In favor of it thu others voting burdensome to thu taxpayers of tliu District and thu said Columbia Finance against it The judgo madu somo vury and Trust Company being present in pathetic appeals to the Court but they Court by its attorney David W Fair- Â¬ all strayeJ of their mark and he was loft leigh Ixi concurs in this view with the bag to hold with nary a bond And Wluruii it iscofisideredtherufore There was a good deal of sympathy expedient that there shall he levied at forthe Judgo but wo saw no tears Tho mis nine u tax upon sain District which Court then adjourned will not bu unduly hu dunsomu but which will at tho rdiuu time nrodiicu u Malaria Is ono of tho most Insidious of sulllclent revenue to meet nt tilt I r ma- health destroyers Hoods Sarsanarilla turity thu Interest coupons of said counteracts its deadly poison and builds bonds which will mature on the 1st up the system day of July 1811 and the 1st of Jan nary IKii and itlso provide in addition Louisville Marlceti thuroo a considerable sum for the pay Â¬ Oattik The fresh receipts of cattlo ment of said heretofore matured cou Monday wero 185 head t curried over pons not Included In said judgment from Saturday 250 head on good cattlo Ami Whtrmt the suld Columbia Fi Â¬ the market was steady Common and nance ami Trust Company by its afore Â¬ medium wero 10 to 15 cents higher said attorney now suggests Its willing- Â¬ Good breeders and stocVcrs firm Pens ness to bu content with such a present about clear levy upon the faith that thin Court will nous Receipts 3730 head market at its next October term levy a tux upon dull and lower Host packers sold at said District of not less than seventy 180 Light weights very slow Mar Â¬ five cents on tho hundred dollars of tax Â¬ ket closed quiet able property within the District for tho siikki and lAUUs Receipts light payment oi tnu two succeeding install- - market firm on good Common very incuts of Interest coupons on said bonds dull and hard to sell at any price Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and duo next nfler January let IS for pioviding a further payment on the amount of mid over due coupons and judgment tine iiOH thu faith that this Iourt will niakeii like lcy at curb reg ular October term until all of wiid over tlut coupons with iutcrcM and said judgment piincipal Intcrett and cost me pdd ami that thereafter it sulllclent levy will bu regularly madu to provide for the payment of tliu intenst coupons on wild bunds us they mature nnd to provide a linking fund for the payment of tin1 principal of inicli bonds ntllnir maturity It is therefore now ordeied as follows towit 1 That n tax of eighty cents upon each one hundred dollars of value of all property subject to taxation Is hereby levied upon the property ot said Tax District which District is described us Thu llurtlinsbiirg Magisfollows viz terial District and thu Itottgh Creek Magisterial District except that portion included in the following boundary be ginning at tlie mouth ot North Fork of Rough Creek thence up the samo to thu mouth of Cnlieinsu Creek tiunco up said creek to tliu line between Hudson villo ami Hough Creek Magisterial Dis- Â¬ trict thence with said line to thu South Fork of Itough Creek thence down said Â¬ Â¬ Boats aro Bo- jnnino to Hoist Thoir Sails and Float Away S ec that nice JLine oi - Mn Kiiitoic- - I with tnpt Gin Pck hoisted wills on in lime boat March lith nl 515 p in ami started fromStlirs Lauding March 10th at 7 a in we made our first landing nt Addi Â¬ son nud put out some lime for Addison Dick The next landing was nt the beautiful little business city of Cloverport 10 oclock a in March 10th where wu put out some limu for the Gregorys Tho next place wo touched was at Itock Island where the wind blow usushoro on the Kentucky side of the river At etipaioh Â¬ v - 2 oclock this morning the captain Order- Â¬ ed all lines let loose uud wo are now bound for the little Dutch town Troy Ind where I will put out some lime for My Mr Heck man of Ferdinand Ind next stops will bo Lowisport Ky nnd Kockport Ind wheru I will put out somo lime Then weevil hoist sail for tho beautiful city of Kvansvllle where the remainder of u y load is sold to L M Hard the hlg lime man of that cltv Tlio men I have with me aro Edward Greer Helm Stiff Noah Suell nnd John Gnrdner This is Johns first trip nnd I havo last night ho said to the bnys got enough of flut bonting He Is not yet used to tramping the stages at the dead hour of midnight Tho boys nre all jolly fellows they aro nil lively toÂ¬ day after losing last nights sleep We will have company when wo get W M Greer nud M C to Kvnnsvillo Thompson are lying there with their boats and we will till be together next N Ladies Muslin UNDERWEAR HiUUUnUUuUUuiiUMMUUnuUUnUmU n at week John Johnson while burning limo across the river opposite his boat a few day3 ngo sank n ferry boat with 180 bar- Â¬ rels of lime and lost the whole cargo Johnson is loading for tho South He was Inking his rest On his boat last night across tlio river opposito Wolf Creek Ky when I called him out to come down tho rivur in a skifTa fuw hundred yards to see mo on business M J Bknnktt Men and officers of tho police force who are exposed day nnd night to nil sorts of weather should keep Salvation Oil the infallible cure for rheumatism and neuralgia nt their homes They not afford to be without it 15 cts can- Â¬ PERSIMMON FLAT Items of interest scarce Mr Jack Wnlker is on the sick list now Miss Kntio King was in Cloverport shopping Saturday Walter King attended prayer meeting at Hites Itun Sunday Mr Thomas Burdett was the guest of Miss Kittio Elder Sunday Miss Lorena Hawkins was visiting rel- Â¬ atives at this place Sunday Miss Lillian Greenwood was tho guest of Miss Dcnio Elder Sunday Emmett Bates was visiting his parents at Skillman Saturday and Sunday It is thought that the peach crop will be an entire failure in th s section Miss Alice Seaton of Cloverport was the guest oj Miss Junniu Blake Sunday We learn that Benedict Elder hits como borne he has been near Owens boro Ky Thero will be church nt Ilitis Run Sundny tho 18th nt 11 oclock p in All nro invited to attend Mr Dick Gillian nttended prayer meeting nt Hites Run Sunday and at Â¬ tended Mica Delia Viols of Hites Run home Hites Run we rejoicj in your criticisms and hojlo that you may live long ond ever bo n correspondent to the Â¬ VESTS Money Made By Trading ut v I Kaye As they are the Cheapest Cash Men on earth Oash talks and money makes tho 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 Carters v V Strictly Cash Business From 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 and get your 20 lbs of Grtnulated Sugar for 100 Hoosier Cottons 5c Good Plow Shoes for 90c and 100 Ginghams at 5c And every thing in tho storo at Rock Bottom prices HllKCKKNIllDOE NEWS Ed Greenwood says that onco every two weeks is often enough to go to see his girl this bad weather Ho was out in tho big snow nnyhow Mr J B Klrlg has been Botting out a nice lot of fruit tiecs the past weuk Ho says ho expects to engage in the fruit Mr business generally in the near future Wo nro pleased to learn fliat a spring school will be taught here commencing Monday tho 12th Miss allio Daniels of Cloverport will teach Wo wish her success Wo aro glad to leurn that there will bo a protracted meeting commence at Tuckers Flat very soon We tiope there will be many souls converted bo fore the good work comes to a close I was riding along the public road the other duyand as I came near tho railroad I heard a curious noiso I becamo alarm- Â¬ ed it was a strango one to me thero seemed to bu some ono weeping not far off so I crept up as close as possible We mean business we are how and if we dont make good merchants say we yours And once more we business while any- Â¬ any thing as some of our wont it is our fault not will ask you to come in and settle your accounts at once as we want to square our books and must have the money in our u x here to stay TVf i f CALL AND SEE US m - Respectfully Kaye Carter HARDINSBURG KY -- Little Miss Vanda Fry mire is the happy possessor of a beautiful poll par- Â¬ rot which is a sourco of delight to her little frleuds Jubez says ho thinks it looks nice and appropriate for a young man with a sorrel horse to attend a young lady riding the same colered animal Dr Frymire lias been kept busy hero of lato answeilng the calls ot the sick but wu bcliovo thero Is no sickness of a serious naturo at present Mr Samuel llassett has abandoned tho Idea of emigrating to Missouri and Is about to locate permanently with us Thats right Mr IJassett when you are with good people stay wltji them If you wish to Bee some of the pret- Â¬ tiest u idts and most manly bridegrooms Bud Graham left lost Monday for of tho season you will havo to attend church at Raymond where you will find Oweiiiboro Miss Nettio Caslunau will shortly en- quite a number ol couples who havo re- Â¬ cently taken upon themselves connubial ter tho Hardlnsburg Normal schcol vows Miss Lena Gllllland of Sample is Itov J N Martin discoursed an ele- Â¬ visiting her many friends and relatives gant sermon at Raymond last Sunday on tho imagery of man to God and in his hero Many of our farmers aro sowing oats own earnest manner impressed upon his hearers the fact that mankind lias been but there Is not much land broken or creted in Adams Image over since the corn as yet all nnd that our souls will never ho without being detected and listened I saw who It was it was Marion W Sit- Â¬ ting on the trestle just abovo his home ho was crying and would say If she dont coma back from down there I will drown myself right hero In two weeks If I could only get monoy enough I would go down thero to morrow Right then ho jumped up I thought ho was going to jump then so I went up to him as fast as possible He turned and saw mo coming and he spoko to me ho said ho was very weak and had been sick for nearly two weeks ho asked mo to come and go to tho house and we will try and play a tuno on tho old guitar then he would tell tne all about his troubles satisfied until wo aro restored to our original imago in the words of tho Psalmist When wo awake In his liko ncss Iroin another correspondent Mrs Charles O Graham was tho guest of Mrs S J Urashear Friday 75 HP ill Stur Is Mr Hugh Frymire and sister nifjnlp1 tho Ilayncs Iloylo reception at Union J w preston Â¬ Mr Joe Robertson of Walnut Grove moving on tho McGIothlan farm at this place Mr Jabo Urashear seems to be very bnoly since Miss Maud Smith lias re-Â¬ turned home Mr S J Urashear our young mer-Â¬ chant seems to bo doing a good business at this place yau of Cloverport has Pip i wa8f visiting her cousin Mrs 0 A Hendry tho past week Mrs E 11 Gardner of Union Star vialted her daughter Mrs O A Hendry of Raymond Wednesday Messw Joo Wiles Albert Bewley Ruck Ducan nnd Carlt Ncafua passed through last Saturday on their way homo from Hancock county whore they have bi en visiting relatives and friend r MpS35SgWlBlgMIWWWi V rmmiHKtw t i iw mwkw - fMBmiiiw5iwifW rw Wufi1 iiiWTrf- - iHMHHHBHHHiHBHBHaHHBHMMlHHHHHHBlHHHHHHHiBHHHiBHIHIIHHHHHHHMBMIHH gTragjjBjgTrTiiuUTrrr- - 1 1 wthim kxixi i t f - - - - 8 n 1i i ifniVnKYTH rifiTTfilrtf liYlir t ii ri raiTisfliiMi niiif ifi - liriiii imni ifiiiMiiiHii nt n- r il r nm rim n n lnin ii wrrit NEW YORK CITY Oijllxlll asw An 3 American Story Full of the Romance and Mystery V ANGE WEIRD FASCINATING of the East AND STORY OF LOVE hATE OLD IN A NOVEL MANNER VIVID IN THE PICTURING OF EXCITING SITUATIONS drive over to Judge Dalys and ball jou out it wont take nil hour and be back beforo 8 oclock People accused of murder vnnunt got out on bail I beliovo said she quietly At nny rate I will not allow bail to bo asked for Mr Faxon will tako mo where Innt to go Thank you Miss Forrestal said the I was thinking may sheriff gratefully bo iny wife could fix you up pretty cozy nt my honso for tonight Thatll bo se Â¬ cure enough I guess ho added with u dismal grin But I niut going to hurry you Finish your supper Miss Forres- Â¬ tal and when youio ready to start Im here I havo had nil I want sho answered I will get my hut and cloak nnd como At this juncture John appeared nnd Halloo Whats tho matter said I am going with Mr Faxon said They want to examine mo Sinfirc nbout the murder Its my orders Mr Mainwaring reÂ¬ And right marked Faxon dejectedly fcorry I am for it What shouted John in u terriblo voico and seeming to grow a foot taller as ho Btepped forward threateningly He stared fiercely ut tho poor sheriff Then his eyes passed over mo mid rested upon Sinflro After n moment he added doggedly This lady shall not leave my house ngninst her will while Im tho mas Â¬ ter of it It is not against my will John slu said stepping up to him and laying her If I cannot defend hand on Ids arm myself against this charge no ono elso can defend me I am not afraid Why And Indeed sho showed should I be no Bigns of fear Thero was color in her cheeks her eyes wero bright and her Sho oven voico was full nnd cheerful seemed to havo been stimulated nnd in Â¬ spirited by thosinlstcr event for her closo attendance on mother nnd tho reaction from the excitement of our calamity had mndo her1 unusually silent nnd depressed But tho sudden blow of tho arrest had restored her to herself as great natures uro restored by what would crush lesser She was ready for battle ones John and I accompanied her to Fax- Â¬ ons honso and saw that sho was estab Â¬ lished as comfortably as circumstances nllowed Then wo returned homo and botli of us wero silent only as wo fcepa rated for tho night John naid If any thing happens tomorrow Frank youll find n bundle of papers in my desk Tho estate is entailed of courso but I havo my personal property and can do what I liko with it I hardly grasped tho meaning of thi3 announcement and do not understand it oven now for ho could not possibly have foreseen what was to happen That night I took Sinfiros placo besido mother who was happily unconscious of what was going forward and appeared to boon tlievergoof a still further rolapso into vacuity Sho re- Â¬ quired very littlo attention and I was ablo to givo all my thoughts to a consid- Â¬ eration of what was to como on tho mor- Â¬ row and to tho com so which I might pursuo in case things took a bad turn Toward morning I had made up my mind and then I got somo threo hours sleep I believe John paced his room all night I shall not attempt any orderly record of what happened tho next day A crowd of persons filled tho room in which tho examination was beiuu held v o met binuro outside Sho looked bril linnt and superb but thero was an ex- Â¬ pression about her mouth that troubled mo a defiant curvo which at such a moment was not auspicious A chair had lieen placed in tho dock in which sho took her seat She held her head up and her bearing was Indo Ecribably vigorous and buoyant ns if she wero brimming over with lifo nnd health But no sign betrayed that sho was oven conscious that hundreds of eyes wero scrutinizing her They op Sho was as self pressctVlier not n whit poised us a princess Somo preliminary formalities passed Then What is your name Sinflro no lii lii for it I mid hi Binllre nsJ chrrr I anticipated that fjillyus possible Vott would bo examined lint I didnt if think theM o quite so far hh IhK WU ffiurw itn only n matter of form iiinitiliijttell tt iimrn4iiiitiiuci liierrrt nt onco Virility and Dramatic Power Stiring and Effective Charming and Exciting IEADER FEELS THAT HE IS MORE THAN A SPECTATOR 0 THE EVENTS AND TAKES A PERSONAL INTEREST IN THE UNFOLDING OF THE PLOT Masterly Tale By Americas Leading Author Julian Httwthorn SVVOIilN n tu TICK I Dr Frank Malnwftrln recline lives on the family estates ut life with his mother and eldest brother Another brother Henry Is loving nliroatl alnwarliijfs arc Atncrlimlzcd KnirlUli nnd the estate with an Income of Ajoo is subject to the laws of primogeniture Sinfirc Korestil a hitherto unheard of Mr Mainwaring arsives at CedarclllTe kigtanil bringing a letter from her lather on hl deathbed and committing the girl Sinfirc tare of his American relatives jtrol In India in the ab Sliifite betrays n deep Interest Lnry Mnlnwarlng and John becomes In- An accl d wtlth his beautllul cousin eals to Dr Frank Mainwaring that John e heait disease and the ownership of IV IllVc may change at any moment becomes a mystery In the Mainwaring old John makes a confidant olTrank anil Ivledges Ills Ioc for her He declares that I shoot any rhal who thwarts him and ranks aid in finding out whether her free or otherwise The mystery surrounding Sinfire grows Frank saves her from the deadly stroKr bunt in his collection and n bond of svm- Is established between the two The an- cmcntol Henrys expected return causes klnn to Sinfirc VI anil VII Henry su- Â¬ He makes a confidant of nt Ccdnrclifle and in a joking way advises him to get He professes to John and m irry Sinfire imd no communication with the Forrrstal while abroad The depredations of a gang of burglars neighborhood cause the Miilnwarings to lo their wiapnns Sinfire carries a derring lolin and Henry have harsh pnstantlyt concerning tkclr beautiful cousin and ly following that Sinfirc tells Frank that IX Sinnre tells ates some man unnamed k that she has a bitter reckoning to make one of his brothers but punWhmentls with- lout of retard lor Frank A In anticipa te a visit from the burglars the household ol rclilTe removes to a summer camp at Pebble The men propose to rc- to miles distant to the mansion grounds at night and grap- with the burglars Il f f -- r tf - of a Ho boro different compksioii self throughout lilo a rami mid llko cntleinun with u dignity and com uro which vero never so uiirked ir Ho proved himself iu every t before lect wortiiy or tno namo or jiamwar f Tho legal Kcutlciuen treated him cspcncivr Tis naturally myself and they might havo found it difficult to get satisfaction from that quarter But John would run no risks of drawing Sinflro into tho scrape So ns tho least of two evils ho replied after n pause thai ho was willing to admit the existence of such a situation as had been outlined in tho precediug dialogue And I want to say tills ho added my rea Â¬ son for keeping back information is not to save myself from whatever may come of it If you can show any motivo strong enough to mako mo guilty of such n crime us this you aro welcome to do it It is only becauso tho motive you wero trying to get nt would mako nu in- Â¬ nocent person suffer pain that I wished To this tho to say nothing about it lawyer bowed u polito assent It occurred to uie however that there might bo some object behind tho osto isi bio ono iu tlicso questions and this suspicion was strengthened by tho fact that Johns examination was continued but a short timo longer and concluded with the decision that there was not sufllcient evidenco to warrant his being held But just beforo lie left tho box tho counsel requested us if froin an afterthought permission to refer to another matter After leaving Dr Frank Mainwarings rooms ho went on what did you doV I rodo back to tho lake replied John to bring back tho party there Exactly And of what persons did tho party at tho lako consist There wero threo boj ants said ho and my mother Mrs naming them Ho hesitated Mainwaring and No ono clsei I believo I noticed no 0 hers at tho lako Was thero not a youiirf mijy a rcla tivoof youm Sho had been thero but I didut seo her nt that timo said John hastily But sho joined us on our way back I supposo sho must havo ridden on in front nnd missed her way or something of thnt sort I was occupied with my mother and didut notice Thank yon I beliovo I need not de- Â¬ tain you nny longer Mr Mainwaring said tho other with iv bow And John stepped down smiling nt mo and not knowing what ho had done Â¬ I understand what X am doing I shall betray nothing that I care o conceal Tho judge muttered something and liushed bark his Kpeetaeles Tho lawyer eoniinued Do you care to conrenl tho reasons for tho Futility you havo admitted If Mr Henry Mainwaring were I should tako sho answered alive pleasure iu telling iu tliirt placo tho causo 1 had to hate him But ho is dead nnd 1 havo no furMier quarrel with him He has paid his debt though not to me Tho nudienco were by this timo as much excited ns attentive and no move Â¬ ment nor intonation of this beautiful nnd mysterious stranger was lost ujion them Tho next questions referred to her proceedings on tho nfternoou preceding tho murder to which her replies wero in substnuco ns follows When I was told of tho plan to en Â¬ trap tho burglars I nsked to bo per- Â¬ mitted to join tho party but they would not allow it I mndo up my mind to bo there nevertheless but I said nothing to I ac- Â¬ any ono nbout my determination companied the patty down to tho lako in tho wagon All wi it except Dr Frank Mnlnwaiing v o win unfilled to h horse room by illness I had iny gr which Mr Join Mainwaring gave ine brought nlon ri C th o ley riding habit Tho reason I gave was Unit 1 wished to ride round tho lake thcntxt morning but the real Jt a1 n vt h that I intended to rido back tolVdnrcliffo that night After arriving at tho lako wo un packed the wagon stabled tho horses nnd mado our preparations for the night in the log cabin Then Mr John Main Â¬ waring took Tom tho gioom nhido and told him of tho scheme ti capture tho burglars Tola had not known of It 1m fore Tho threo other servants wero not told Wo hnd our supper and then tho two gentlemen and Tom laddled their horses and rodo off It was a dark night though it did not threaten rain After they had gone Mrs Mainwaring and I Bat for awhile iu front of the door of tho cabin looking out across tho lako By and by sho beenmo sleepy and proposed that wo should go to bed Tho servants were nlrcndy asleep I helped her to bed nnd then lay down myself I dont know what timo it was it was dark When I felt sure that Mrs Mainwaring was asleep I got up and put on my riding habit and went out to the stable I took out my gray horso and saddled him I understand tho management of horses I took with me a small pistol n derrin- Â¬ ger At this there was a murmur among tho listeners which tho judge silenced Where is tho derringer you speak of demanded the lawyer I gave it to Mr Faxon last night sho replied It is in tho same condition ns it was tho morning after tho mur- Â¬ der Mr Faxon hero advanced and handed nu tho woaooii which was nassed round between tho jndgo and tho lawyeis Sin tiro continued her story I rodo toward Cedarcliffo through tho wood and I rode fast I hud b en to tho lake on horseback before and I am fond of tho woods and never miss my way I remembered it deseited shed or barn n mile or two from Cederclilfo and nsido from the path on which I was rid- Â¬ ing nnd I decided to lead my hoiso there and go the rest of tho way on foot I found tho bam without any difficulty nnd unsaddled my gray und made him comfortable Then I walked toward tho 1 Â¬ M ftfUOUESS IN For Stomach Uowel Li vim GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT Alan Wholi i1e ami Hi Â¬ CO KENTUCKY Of ii Complaints uiitl use AyeRs CATHARTIC PILLS Tliiy tiro purely vcetublo sugnv contcdj speedily dissolved and easy to lake Every dose Iloadiiilio Inhn JubhiiiKit Pnru gutw wan held for trial by luxllco irailyat tho Yorkvillc pollen court under chitrgo of stubbing n policeman Tlnri U untiling uttitiiKo or rullur about tho arrest of a man charged with stubbing or attempting to stab a police mar but tho oddity connected with Uuhhlns is tho fact that tie Is a Portu Tin ntlnrday 0000 lrniulU III fllii Unltnt ill in tlio Mo lln lint 71 HI tiil Pmlera In Yellow Pino Flooring Laths Cement and Coiling Lime Â¬ Effective BSRKIPClIfeB ALL ABOUT mn Â¬ HARROWS i Tliu Dlrrerent Ilirma of Tlirso Initi imiiti ami their Illtvriu i rillinia In nil tho inipruveincnts and changes mado in lurin InipleiiientH within a third of n centtry nono bus boon equal to tho tlilTurcnt forms of harrows Not Including thoso mndo with tho old vertical tooth thero havo been tho Shares tho RinoothiiiK hariow tho Aenio and the dish in all of which thero havo been unions modification While they have proved of tfreat benellt generally wtfio loss has ocelli red by not niliiplinj tho right ono to tho special purpose to which it is best suited It is well therefore to call the attention of fiomu farmers to tho subject and this Country Gentleman does as follows The old square and triangular harrows with eieet tooth formerly did all thostirrtngand pulverizing on ordinary farms Soils varied iu chaiacter but they wvio nil treated alike sandy heavy clay covered witli cobblestones rendered mellow by plowing and baked hard by lying long weio variously benefited by tho woikwhich rcipiiied passing over many times and good fanners wero noted for tho many times they harrowed their innd Of thu various implements now used Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ guese How many Portuguese do you think thero nro among tho 2000000 inhabitants of Now York city Just 70 Thero aro 70 of thorn nnd it is said in pollco circle to bo it fact that Gubbins is tho first Portu Â¬ guese over under nrrost In this city Tills would bo n very creditable showing if thero wero moro than 70 of them As it in tlio only wonder is that there aro so fow In tho wholeUnitedStntostheronro 10000 Portuguese Nino thousand eight Hun dred and fifty nino of them nro returned by tho last census ns residents of California 51031 as residents of Massachu setts KM m residents of Hhodo Island and 71 as residents of New York city They aro n maritime people most nu merous iu such seaport cities ns San Francisco Boiton Providence New Or- Â¬ leans nnd New Bedford but curiously enough almost unknown in Now York tlio greatest center of commerce iu tho western hemisphere Emigrants from tho lands of Canioens nnd thu Urnganzas nro famous as sailors nnd navigators and their descendants nro scattered in many lands notably in Hawaii whero tho Portuguese population is considerable and tho Kast InilioH where tlio Portuguese colonies nro numerous New York is u cosmopolitan city Men of every race and nationality nro to bo found heie Tho total immigration to tho railed Stales through 15 Kllis island from Ian I lull to was SKlrd and towijrd this total Por tugal contributed thoulmost infinitesimal total of 70 persons Tho Portuguese are generally speaking thrifty hardy industrious and matter of fact Thoy havo littlo of tho sentiment of their Spanish neighbors They nro law abiding nnd undemonstrative and Gubbins appears to bo a backslider stimulated perhaps to deeds of unruly violence by New Jersey whisky or Med ford rum both poor sub stitutcfl for tlio lino wines of tho Oporto district shipped from Lisbon and famous the world over- - New York Sun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Shinnies Hair Doors Sash and Brick Blinds and all kinds or Building Material bole Agents for Homestead Fertilizero and Troy Bono Meal Orders accompanied with the cash promptly filled BANK OF HARDHTSBURG Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 7 GOO D F BEAHD President WILL MILLEU Vice President M II HEARD Cashier O BEAHD MOKRIS EHKKIDOE R M JOLLY f Dire tor I INTEREST PAID fV TIME DEPOSITS J D BRASHEAR J TOBACCO BUYER Long Brick lr House Â¬ Â¬ IvV Desires to bee all the tobacco farmers of this and surrounding country CLOYKUIOUT James M Lewis Contractor BnildiT OLOVERPORT KY CwTIstiiiKitts furiiislul on npplicntii Cedurcliffo woods Will you state interposed tho law- Â¬ yer whether your object in this esca pado was to assist in tho proposed cap- Â¬ ture of tho burglars No I took no interest in that at all I wished to seo Henry Mainwaring For what imrposo to ii k continue CO Our Gem Shirts have arrived cents at Babbagos choico V h tho highest respect but it was ovi- it tutit liis examination had aroused acli greater interest than Touts had lie Tho most critical feature of it was unexpected oxliuuitng of tho old arrel between John and Henry about ifiro How this affair had come to tho owlcdgo of outsido persons I cannot tend to soy but I remember that tho o went to tho btublo after tho recon- iation and may perhaps have talked nil over there in tho hearing of the enr with tho assistances of Henrys audy flask At all ovents it was evident from tho icstions that they had tho whole story n cood part of it and John who is tho ost wretched failure in tho world at ying answered directly and unliesitat- so far as tno queries luui fgly quarrel itself But when reierenco thoy Lo an to probe for tho causo of the troublo e took another attitude nt onco I got angry about something Iget ngry easily ho said It cant mako Iny dlfforenco what I got ungry about In ordinary cases certainly not but It prcsont wo wish to jndgo wliotlier flio pccaslon was such as might ranklo in your mind after tho iuimedlato reconcili- Â¬ ation had taken place j I dont bear u grtulgo John replied I break out and am tlono with it for jood and all Wliuii I forgave jny broth r I forgave him Precisely But tho causo might bo ro-bewed If fir oxamplo two men aro paying attentions to tho same lady n dispute might uriso and bo settled but further inquiry might develop hitherto unsuspected facts or fresh objectionable acts might occur Theres no need to bring any ladys namo into tho matter said John curtly All irrelevant disclosures will bo avoided But it is not irrelevant to in quiro whether you woro particularly in- Â¬ terested in any young lady at or nbout tits timo of this altercation I never said anything to her about it roturuod John his face flushing and I dont soo why I should say uny thing to you Nevertheless you were conscious of feelings toward her which would render liberties taken by n third party objec- Â¬ tionable I havo no right to say who shall or shall not meddlo with what does uot bo long to mo We dro not discussing abstract rights but facts Mr Muinwaring I havo always understood that facts were things that could bo proved uaid John who was becoming restive Your impression is perfectly correct sir and we havo evidence in support of tho intimations which havo been ad- Â¬ But lot mo pollit put that vanced should that evidence bo culled it would involvo a mention of names and details whch you havo expressed n desire to ayoid If on the other hand you admit tho points I havo raised no further def- Â¬ inition would bo required This argument told upon John visibly 1 dont know for iny part what witnw thflv could have called unless it hud been CHAPTER XVI Somo cynic onco declared that tho heaviest calamity that can befall u man is to seo all his hopes fulfilled It must bo nn old saying for tho legend of Ti thonus illustrates it nnd many nn un Â¬ happy victim of success lias proved its truth siuco then It seems that I too nm to realizo its bitterness When Johns testimony was concluded yesterday afternoon an adjournment was taken until tho next morning but v lull wo luiU nearly nuisuv a euijjer a risitor was announced nnd I wont out to seo him It was tho sheriff Mr Fax- Â¬ on looking very gloomy and oinbar rasscd Anything now Mr Faxon said I Ivo como on n disagreeablo errand doctor ho replied and thats a fact Is that young lady inside Miss For rcstal Sho is nt table paid I affecting an indifference I was very fur from feeling What about her I must seo her doctor said tho sher- Â¬ Ivo n mes iff with a sort of groan sago for her A messago for her What is it Cant I deliver it No sir you cant And if giving up my placo would savo her from it Id havo resigned nn hour ugo But theres no help for it Shell bo acqnitted tomorrow of courso but I have u warraiit for her arrest tonight Arre3t Miss Forrestal Oh thats ab Â¬ surd Fuxonl exclaimed I forcing n You might as well mako a laugh clean swcop and arrest Mrs Mainwar Â¬ ing nnd mo I havo my ordors doctor ho re- Â¬ turned gloomily and I must carry em out As ho spoko a figure advanced from tho darkness nt tho lower end of tho hall nnd camo forward into tho light It was Sinflro with n proud smllo on her lips Good evening Mr Faxon sho said I havo heard I am ready to go with Â¬ A Mothers Story Strongth Hor Boys Suffering After Diphtheria Hoods Cavo Cood Health and you And Christian namo I havo nono Tho law Btarted and put upits spec- Â¬ tacles Tho peoplo murmured aloud with a hundred voices John caught his breath and was about to start to his feet but with an immense- effort ho sat back and folded his arms und set his teeth upon his lip An intonso stillness fol- Â¬ lowed tho first sensation Will you explain your meaning said tho interrogator at length My mother was a gypsy She was novo married that is all was tho steady reply Have your your friends been uiado awaro of theso facts This is tho first timo I- - havo men- Â¬ tioned them And you bear no relationship to tho Mainwaring family I havo a claim upon thorn Of what nature I doclluo to say Again tho murmur and tho stir Sin- Â¬ flro looked at her oxnmiuor and smiled Ho turned nnd whispered something to thoso near him Then ho said You probably had some object in coming to them Yes I had What was it I wished to meet Mr Henry Main- Â¬ waring Mr nenry Mainwaring Tho gen- Â¬ tleman who Who has been murdered Yi Whnt was your business with him Sho paused n moment and during that moment her eyes rested fur John and me To return him n Then slio replied thero aro two kinds tho which tun undei tho top soil and loosen it up and those which cut or press dowmvard Tho first succeed bcHt by producing looso and mellow giotiud ns tho epilog tooth harrow and tho others aio most efficient on stubble ground nnd Mich as has been rendered mellow by plowing Therefore tho former whoso land is sandy or otherwise easily loosened or rendered friublo may procuto for his work such harrows as thu Acme tho smoothing implement and tho weedcr which rrpcrnto by cutting down as thoy pass and tho disk harrow nnd cutaway winch both cuts down and raises tho soil Tho owner of a hard boil or ono which is lilled with nu abundance of small cobblestones or coarse gravel will iind tho hairows which have tho lifting character best suited to bis purpose such ns nil tho spring tooth impleminster Gaaette ments and tho Acmo when set to cul TO ilmi tpplteltioa oi tniEferk tho gang plows when used as deep and Afi JIT- WAYNES S harrows S -- Trt Tho farmer who Is preparing his land OINTMENT rii without ftnj lntrntl i for sowing grain or for drilling in any u tnditint cnrel tt SsS v seed in rows should observe well tho iti h ftll fart tcf ptoll i wi- vPt il 4ruttlon on tha fact jSiil V operation of tho liar requirements and iikm WV hndi eltr lolvinr WiTV row ho uses If tho ground is hard nnd LI by Is Iht ikln rnt brwMu tod60bilthr trt tH inll for lU draff 11 or So rbllhlaltbl stony ho will iind somo of tho biht ft Ak jourilruullwij forms of tho spring tootli implement to operate moro satisfactorily than tho Acmo nnd others of that class Those which cut downward will not break the crust that has become quito hard Correctly wciklv liy lliinphrcy A I aufrr lro ened hut nny snrfneo that lius been in- iluce Commission Mtrcliants sjubccoml Mltt verted by plowing within several weeks MjIii anil Market loulslllc Ky thoy will rcduco and lovel to niitir surfaco und condition than other tools LOUISVIMi KY March 13 IblU A sod recently inverted may bo reduced Stunner should mark all packujes lilalnly by them to a finely pulvetized surfaco with ihlriperi namo anil post oOlce ailjrcis for planting In somo instances n combination of tho work of two unliko liar Choice country BUTTEU IP Q 17 rows answers well as for instance Medium 11 IU tho breaking up of tho hnrd surfaco iy Common 2U tho spring tootli into clods nnd lumps Cruamcry KUGS to bo followed at onco by tho weeder nnd tho Acme iu giving n well pulver- Â¬ Fresh 1IKANS ized surfaco 75 to SJ Michigan band ilckcd Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For the hist Miow pea Knglbh gar denoiB Hioininend Pnsident laifnld We want u i od table p a mid ns i n ly Sow any t f the hi t ns it ran le had carlifs ns eailv as you an preprie tho Itiouid in spring on heavily milium d land and you will get peas good inougi und telly enough Aillil Ir in Til 3 In its to IliillliiHL Tim Fan field Shipbuilding company nt Uovnn lias jiHt laid down iu its works at Oovin a new light draft pud dle steamer wnieh is to bo built on tho American principle with four decks This vocsel ordered by Mr Arnold Williams and intendid for a new company registered as tho Palace Steamer com pany will cost iUOOOO and 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310 310 255pm il LousvileHadinsburgWestern TAKING No5 R R FEATHUKS Prime white goose Mixed Old No 1 duck 33 230 15 25 31 20 No 3 TIMt TABLE KFHKCT JULY 29 1891 WiStllmiiiil Trains Kait lliiunil Trains Daily Dally Daily Daily ex Sun ux Sun STATIONS ci Sun cxSun Nn 1 1100am I Hood Co Lowell Mass Hoods Sarsaparllla lias tlono so much for my boy lliat I wish to say a few wonts In jiralso Clifford was cry of tliti wonderful medicine 111 Willi diphtheria nnd It left lilin suffering with llrlghts disease Ho was wy weak poor in flesh and could lianfly walk Malaria fever soon overtook Mm nnd together with trouble with his liver Ho Was In Much Misory At last almost discouraged I decided to have Ho lias takeu tiim try Hoods Sarsaparllla only a few bottles and yet It has dono him more good tlian nil tlio previous medlcil treatment C ring Good acwirtj flfr Faxon the tatd Faxon ducked his head put his hand In his breast pocket mnttered something unintelligible and then glanced appeal Â¬ ing at me aa if he expected me to Tho lawyer hnd another whispered consultation resulting iu tho question Hnd you known Mr Henry Main Â¬ and medicines combined Ifo has regained strength and flesh and looks quite healthy It waring beforo meeting him hero will ulnys give us pleasuro to tell others what Sho bent her head und answered indifferently I lid previous knowlodgo of n valuable medicine Is Hoods Sarsaparilla Mas 0 VT MAHLKTT Carrollton Kentucky him w N It If you decide to tako Hoods Barsapa iWero your sentiments toward hinrof rllliv do not bo Induced to buyanyoUier a a friendly character bilHoods Pills cure liver Ills jaundice 23c No she replied flnnly and distinct Â¬ iousness sick hcadacho and constipation regarded him ns an enemy I ly At this point Jndgo Daly interposed FARM FOR SALE I consider it my duty to inform you The old homettrad of 0 A Mullen on Tar ho said that you stand in a very crit- Â¬ lork onu mile abnv old llituh church Will ell clitaii for cath or on time with irood ciurity ical position dfou are suspected nji WM MUILKN in Connecticut with tho murder pf tho Call on or addren Uluvcrport Ky aro gravely deceased gentleman You Â¬ and it would appear recklessly compromising your owncaso r I adviso you beforo going furthor to select somp legal Two yean old will be three Jnue JJ lK lllack with all he points 14 hands hgh very representative to watch your interests You need to bo protected against yqar- - stylish and luphly bred For further InformaÂ¬ Â¬ HOODS Sarsaparilla CURES or and their stores sealed up If tho owner of tho Lees lias sealed combs of honoy it will bo n very simple matter to insert them alongside of tho bees Tho best but I presume ho hus none wny now is to fill tho combs with sirup in this way Punch holes through a tin fruit can with a 10 penny wire nail from tho inside hold this cau above the comb four or fivo feet and pour sirup through it It will tall in a fine spray and should bo as hot as possible without melting tho combs say 00 degrees When theso aro filled plnco them warm They can feed along sido of tho bees from them when it would bo too cool to Tho airup should feed from a Iccdcr bo mndo from granulntcd sugar nnd of tho consistency of their honey and should not bo burned for humid simp ns n winter food is donth to bees Â¬ HIDES flreonyood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Hbeeii akins 35 Su U40 12 12 Iv 1156iiii 1OUITKY 7 118 1 loo 48 U5 it llarneil llardlnburK Kirk Jolly No 2 No IrviiiKton Ai 930am iarnelil 8W 8 7 7 C 00 40 710 01 llen per lb Koo tera per lb Spring Cbickeni per lb Viiuns Ducks per lb leese full foatberd Turkey HOOTS mi 11a 7 ItS 2W 2 20 2 32 2 41 8 2 Deinjittcr ar KullnllnuKlilv llockvalc Ituth Ankliis filinik mie 6 40 6t0 till MS 4 3 75 7 ilOpw ill 64 ArHonliyillcIt 48am Oaks ST LOUIS Al L 6 37 llnieng Ky and Indiana Yellow Hoot GAME Rabbits Squirrels Quail WOOL 2 25 16 75 60 THE LOUISVILLE LIKE 35a I SHORTEST 1 i K A ST U 11 QUICKEST 25 AND BEST LINK TO St H 10 Louis AND Tub washed Urease flue Urease coarse Merino Hurry and Cots 25 16 12 12 5 West and South West Time Card in Effect Jul 31 1832 Louisville 805 a in 825 pm Arr St Louts 720 pin 645 a ui Ermnsvllle 120 lOsOOpm For further Information call on or addresw CAMPBELL RA nenl ass Agt St loula Mo J B CAMPBELL D P A J miUtIIU Ky City TUVrl OfuM S W Ctr TblrJ iMln St LnulSTllla Ky Ly ALLIOINTS Evansville pu4iJ I Iiiaecta Aniclliic lliruyd Ilunta In a paper on methods of treating in Â¬ sects alfectlng grasses umi foragoVhmts Herbert Osborn of Ames la recom mends In a general way A general rotation of crops especial ly for clover nnd for meadows generally nnd chango nt tho eud of four or iivo yenra nt tho most Whero it is dehirublo to keop the samo field continually iu grass or for a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tallow Heeawaz Sorghum MISCELLANEOUS i 4 Q 21 35 Qi i 30 S Mnlassea HAY MAIN FKKU We quote price to day on Loullvlllo eltj tp wnnrfi OATS No 2 oats HAY 32 36 13 00 12 00 II 00 5 50 Strictly choice unoice no Good Medium Orod llrlght Straw i u 10 SO uu 0 00 47 JACK FOR SALE Â¬ Thank you but I have already deolliifd to emmiro counsel sho renlled - tion or particulars call on or addrets WILLIAM UBAM Hqrillnihurfr Ky qpRN long series of years as in rough land or rbolr e white woodland pastures attention to tho Choice shelled QUI CATTLE maintenance of trap lights tho ubo of lood to extra ihlppiog i 00 4 4 75 arsenical baits or applications burning 3 50 Q 3 Lleht shipping nnd tho tar pan should bo practiced 3 Ileat Hutchtrs especially uftor tho second year 3 25 3 00 good bulohers Medium to To allow ground squirrels moles and II0OS 5 25 Q 5 10 nthor natural enemies to curry ou their Cbolee packing and butcbera 5 25 5 20 work unmolested and iu caso their Fair to good ffl 50 ii 6 T5 multiplication affects surrounding crops Rough Iba and to adopt means of protecting such crops fihoats and plgi 100SHEEP uuder4 75 QU 5 00 If lood to extra shipping without destroying theso animals 2 75 C 3 25 1 80 y 3 50 in localities whero fertilizers nay bo Fair to good LAMBS used with profit to adopt the use of 4 60 to extra I 75 such kinds us may have Insect icidal Good to good spring 00 2 50 ft Fair properties f iOiti Mgy In- tii1 umM mimmmmfmttmm THH BRROKHNRIDGB NEWS OIaOVEXRORX KY TTTET7IT7r 1 MarcU SUNDAY OTTMra 5 121926 Ja r3 n 4S V m - WW 1 jr a V THE sKVATK ml The delude IMS ed one little bill today nnd then most of the Senators visited tho Iloimo to watch the light mi tho Husband nnd Wife bill SnlllhlaV March 10 BRANDENBURG Howling in nometVhlit linpfoVuli Aliw Miiry AlcFarland npcM last wek Mr 49U Monday Wstf Friday 5aTVRDAt TVedav I ZflSE hl fc s ltrA aJiYfjjt A flk It met in the afternoon and lirmul- lately adjournal till Monday TIIK HMhG m jj - TmUBJW Hi ijyLAC 2330 n l ErSrSfr c 0 H TBtf it LU 09 on 1 -- JbTm Vf AWfW MiWJ j iui -i 2916 ifi 6U 1AM AM j - i lgi yiTliial v4tf3 Vjfm if kwMmBtom y V Siii Of u - - tfvWfflCl -- I - u tm wiis rrrr-- Vs 1 fm SggM v y3B 7W vik -- f iaJUffi27 iS7j i i i Saturday A arch 10 -- The Husband and Wife bill enmo up this moiiiingtooh after tho House convened nnd n pretty fight was declared on Filibustering nnd nil kinds of parliamentary tactics weru resorted to by those who opposed tho bill nnd n v to was delayed for many hours A quotum was fnquently bro ken though the roll call on some amend Â¬ ments showed that a sufficient number of Itepn sentntlves was prtsent to trans act business The Senators all left their hall nnd came over to watch tho battle und tho gnleriis wero crowded with vltitorri mnny of them trout distant parts of the State Tho bill was finally piswd by n voto of GOtol und the only thing that may keep it from b coml g a law will bo the breaking of a quorum in theSenato when that holy rails it up for comparison though tl if 3 is hardly probable IS friends hen Air ami Mrs Thus Ditto penl Sunday with Airs Phillip OnrgrMitul Slrreco correspondent wns in town lust Saturday All Cilinnell spent last Sunday villi Dr HhnckhU of Ekron Mr W II ltichnrdsonof I ouUvllle is here for to day Alondty Leo Ditto hni li id fever for ten days and typhoid fevt r U feared Good Sjrmons last Sunday by Father Herbuth mid Brother Hngan Air Dick Brown ppent Sundnywith Percy Young nt tho St Cloud Mrs Lizzie Boards little daughter fell from a horse last week nnd broke Iter With M a Elderly people n member their spring bitter with n shuddir Tho present generation have much to bo thankful for not tho least of their blessings being sucli a pleasant nnd thoroughly cflective spring medicino ns Ayers Sarsaparilln It is a health restorer and health-main-tnin- UNION STAR Breckenridge News 1 1 WEDNESDAY MARCH 18M NEARING THE END Tho Legislature Is Vlnding Great and Laborious Work Up Its And tho Members Aro Preparing to Bid Adieu and Wend Their Homeward Way The Senate Is about Done But the HousoWill Leave ished Business Unfin- Â¬ The Charier for Second Class Cities and Other Belayed Bills Through Go A FEW MORE DAYS Â¬ Fisankioiit Kv Mar Special Several bills wero pnseri by tliu Sen ate to tlay and that putting Pinevillo in the fifth class was one of them This bill was refused an action in tho House but with the sanction of the Senate it will now bo brought before that body again The bill classifying cities and towns was passed Tho bill appropriating 52000 for additional clerical help in tho Auditors Â¬ requiring foreign insurance companies doing business in this State to pay replevy or huper sedo judgments renderred against them passed without a dissenting voice Com Â¬ panies failing to comply with tho provisions of this law shall bo suspended by the Insurance Commissioner Mr Salyer had his bill relating to tho assessment of property belonging to non- Â¬ residents called up and it was passed Â¬ ollico was also passed Mr Martins bill TIIK JlOCbK B Monday March The Ituform school bill which has passed tho Seuato was hotly discussed in tho House today Judge Sims favored tho bill while Gen Hanks opposed it Tho bill will como up from day to day until disposed of Messrs Weaver Tompkins nnd wero appointed a committee to with one to bo appointed by tho for tho purpose of adjusting tho enecs regarding the Equalization Searcy confer Senate diller Board bill Mr Durkhead of Daviess oflured a resolution requesting tho State Exami ner to investigate tho Jailers SheriHd Clerks and Master Commissioners who have failed to submit a report to the Auditor Tho resolution was adopted Â¬ TIIKSKNATK Tuesday March 0 Early this morn Â¬ ing a request from House members to withdraw the Husband nnd Wifo bill created quite a llurreo in tho Senate tfhey wanted the bill for tho purpose of making some changes in tho amend Â¬ Senator Gross Martin and ments others resisted tho effort to recall tho bill and Sonater Weissinger headed tho other side Tho Gross side finally had to break the quorum to keep the bill from going out Tho Senate sustained the Governors veto of the bill allowing tho Trustees of the Jury Fund to anticipate tho jury fees and draw the samo in advanco for the purposo of paying jurors as soon as their services wero rendered though Senator Fulton tho author of tho bill made a strong argument in favor of pass it over tho veto Tho Conference Committee on tho State Hoard of Equalization retorted in favor of Senator Elllstons substitute which llmlU tho time of meeting of tho board to once in four years and their ju- Â¬ risdiction to real estate only Tho re Â¬ port was adopted By receding from some amendments nnd concurring in others the Fenato Born Feb 27th to the wifoof Emmett Faith a girl passed the charter for second class cities Mr C M McGlathhtu was in Louis The charter is so amended that it is ac Â¬ villd this week ceptable to tho cities affected by it and Mrs Thompson of New Albany Ind as friends of tho charter have frequently consulted the Governor it is thought is the guest of her daughter Mis Sam that it will be readily signed by him and Cashmnn Misses Blanche Frymiro nnd Ada become a law Tho bill requiring peddlers to pay li- Hanks were tho guests of Aliss Richard- Â¬ cense nnd tho bill requiring occupants of son last week shanty boats to pay license wore passed Irof Gus Brown of Cloverport nnd Another big rumpus was raised when Mr Elijah Board of llnrdinsburg were Senator Gioss bill to repeal tho present in town this week primary election law was called up Mr I C Richardson was the guest of After a spirited discussion it was passed his sister Mrs leicy Hoard Hnrdins to 1J It will probably be by a vote of buig Wednesday warmly contested in tho House and its Mrs Adams and family of Stephens chances for getting through this session Is generally conceded port spent a few days this week with are slim though it her mother Mrs Fenix to be a good bill Mrs William L Milner left last week tiii norsi for Louisville where sho will spend The bill providing some Tuesday March time with her husband for tho establishment of two industrial Mrs Sarah Hruuer Mrs M J Crosson schools was discussed during tho entire morning session nnd tho adjournment nnd Miss Malissa Cashmnn visited Mr nnd Mrs Keeso Fnnch several days this enmo while tho vote was being taken The House passed the chnrter for week Mr nnd Mrs J A Haynes were given second class cities early in the afternoon a reception by Air and Mrs C M Mc session The bill to prevent the publication of Glothlnn Friday March 2d of which obscene literature and pictures was the News failed to make mention It was quite a pleasant occasion and a passed Several bills were advanued to a second number of friends nnd relatives present reading Tim people of this vicinity insist on The bill relating to stray stock was amended and passed It provides that haying Chamberlains Cough Itemedy says John a stray must he kept for four months and do not wnnt any other V Bishop of Portland Mills Indiana and then sold That is right They know it to bo tiik skvati superior to any other for colds nnd as a Wednesday March Nothing of preventive nnd euro for croup nnd why great importance was done in the Senate should they not insist on having it 50 today cent bottliB for sale by A It Fisher Mr Fromans bill relating ro revenue Cloverport Ky and Kincheloe Alendor taxation nnd asseastneuts was passed Co llnrdinsburg Ky by a unanimous vote The vote by which tho bill increasing EKRON of tho the salary of the Sergeant-at-arni- s Court of Appeals was defeated was re- Â¬ Mr Smiley lleury went to tho city considered nnd the bill passed Friday Mr Abo Ditto Brandenburg was in tiik house Wednesday March 7 The bill to es Â¬ town Wednesday Mrs S Dooloy and baby Long Branch tablish reform schools occupied thetimo of tho House again today Tho friends visited Airs Alico Brown this week Airs Alary Afeador and Mrs Ida Ale of the bill were out voted and tho hill This practically kills Alillon from EIreno O T nro visiting was recommitted it and it is not likely to become a law rrt Airs Thos AlcCnnns Airs Alice Brown nnd daughter Nel- Â¬ The constitution especially provides for lie went to Long Branch Wednesday to it Tho House rejected tho report of tho visit her aunt Airs Dooloy Aliss Kntio Burchuut who has been Conference Committee on tho Equali Â¬ zation lioaid bill which made tho board visiting her aunt Airs Gus Dowel for meet onco in four years and tho old law some time returned to Bewlyvillo Mon- Â¬ will remain in force Tho Equalization day Airs Bello Payne nnd Aliss Alattie Tay- Â¬ Hoard will not bo abolished and it will lor Owensboro are visiting at Air J T continue to meet annually Miss Taylor will teach music Jones tiikskvatk here this spring 8 Tho Senate Thursday March DiKir At Ids home near Hill Grove adopted tho report of the Attorney Gen Â¬ February 27 of consumption Jesso B eral Investigating Committee which Shacklett Ho was fifty years of age of Mr Hen- Â¬ practically clears the skirts und was horn in Aleade county where dricks he spent his entire life Ho lias for Tho report of tho Conference Com many years been a member of the Bapmitteo appointed to adjust tho diller tist church und was nn actlvo dovout nnces in the Husband nnd Wife bill was Christian By his deatli ids family of rejected by tho Senate flvo children loses n kind nnd loving The bill prohibiting medical colleges protector und his community a worthy from conferring tho degree of M I citlz n upon others than students completing a Weep not dear friemli far lie ha none Tolila Father up In Uciveu three year course was defeated Where the weary pilgrim h nil a home Tho biirnpproprating 51500 for mark Anil enilleiibllMlt given ing tho gravo of Joel T Hurt tho Ken Â¬ The pirtlng though It may he hard tucky sculptor was passed Yet one tweet lioiitht remulna Â¬ 1 Â¬ Joe Woolfolk was with her daughter Airs II C Woodson last Sun day Aluj Fowler has many friends in this community who wish him success in Ids candidacy Airs Casperko is having the millinery store papered nnd painted to receive Airs Barnett Aliss Minnie Casperko will bo in Louisville this week buying millinery goods for Airs Harnett Brother Cherrys two sons aro home from Bowling Green where they have been nttending school Bishop Dudley will preach nnd also confirm a class at Grahampton Wednes Â¬ day evening April 18th Wonder if Airs Bowlings is mnd If I only hnd the cosh Id send her nn in- Â¬ cubator und I know shed forgive me Airs Blanche Fontaine has some beau- Â¬ tiful floral gems in her pit Shes saving them for you nil know but dont fell it Â¬ arm Airs Â¬ in Gnth Little Lena Nevitt has oined the music class Tho exercises and practico on Wednesday tor the junior members nro very interesting Atrs Harvey English of Stephensport is with her sister Aire J K Ditto She lias rheumatism nnd will go to Hot Springs Ark shortly The gentleman who came to spend the holidays still lingers to pay hom Â¬ age to tho fair blonde and matters are as dream like as Aladdin and his wonder- Â¬ ful lamp A few bright spring days suggest yard sweeping gardening house renovating You remember how this treacherous month came in nnd you know all about tho lion Look out for his roar yet and go slow for the present Im scared Aliss Nellio Lewi Mrs THE IIOLNK Thursday March 8 Tho House did nothing to day only clear n batch of rubbish from the calendar tiik sknatk Friday March The Senate held two sessions to day but did not do ns much in both as could have been done in an Evidences of the hour of active work adjournment aro beginning to show themselves and the members aro in- Â¬ clined to frolic liku school children ns the last day of school approaches A bill regulating elections in small towns nnd tho bill regulating weights and measures were passed Tho bill relating to country policemen was passed tiik nousi Friday March 0 A bill to increaso tho allowanco to tho Insurance Bureau i000 was passed in tho House this morning The husband and wifo bill was dis Â¬ cussed again in tho House today and it bids fair to become n law yet Bawling nnd Mrs Bichardson wnnt gautling guns Ive mndo overtures to Airs Bnwlings and when I toll you Nell was not on tho street at all but out riding aud tho very impersonation of Die Vernon shell accept tho truce Airs Bichardson well sho will soon have n directorio tie to How to her feet and of course Ill rave over it when presto veto Biclmrd is himself again At Airs Aloremons mask party tho Hood Sarsparilla Doctor attracted marked attention nnd excited much cu Â¬ riosity ns to his identity Conjectures wero numerous Ho suddenly vanished nt unmasking hour and left us wonder- Â¬ ing Imagine my surprise a few days since when one of our professional citi zens very religious und populn said I am tho doctor Guess who Yoq rcant do It Can a woman keep it D S It of Ekron in Messenger in Â¬ sists on pupils learning more thoroughly English language and less of tfio dead Yes if you please what does It profit to cram pupils crnniums withLatinGreek or isms ologies and seo then a letter inlljted by them or hear them engaged In con- Â¬ versation murdering Kings English mis spelling witli no conception of dict- Â¬ ion analogy or composition in tho most beautiful tongue known puro English Airs Barnett Vino Grove has fought tho millinery stock of Airs J Casperko nnd will continue the business at the same stand assisted by Aliss Minnie Casperke Airs Btrnett is a sister of our popular post mistress Airs S C Malin aud is well aud kindly know by us all as a lady of business like qualities afliible and accommodating Minnie has served ino puouc nero long an lattlitully Her good tasto is proverbial kind sweet and amiable why should theso ladies not meet with merited success A young music teacher says Pltjaso write something in your column to en- Â¬ courage inn I get so disheartened when I strive to please und fall This young friend goes on to recount many woes many trials incident to tier calling First I would rernind you that people as a general tiling nro more ignorant about music tbnn upon almost any sub Â¬ ject The more Ignorant nn individual is on any subject the more ho or she ar Â¬ If were obedient to our Lord rogates to him or herself Blamo from In lleiuen i ell meet ijaln such a source is often more lisoful to n teacher than praise aud a teacher whd KIRK falls because bIiu Is censured deserves This place is booming failure Never attempt tho to degrade Several candidates hero this week another with a view toexult yourself Billy Downs has sold a fine horse It is islnful onthuslasm is ono of the most powerful engines of succebs John Monarch is oil tho track Now Aire Hirum Wincliel is very sick to answer your questions Touch in its Farmers aro busy sowing oats vulgar sense is mechanical and belongs Milton Tate sold his tobacco at 5 to technlc In its nobler sense it is a gift unteachublo and belongs to talent cents all round Charley Sheuren is building a new and emotion An inborn sweet ouch house nnd rumor Bays there will be a charms without brilliant tVchnfc ijont wedding when it is completed worry then because you are unable to Milton Tuto lias withdrawn from the control a pupils touch Godjtjiparts to tho soul and it comes out at the fingers Jailers race There ure such a vast number of excel lent exercises Instructors etc Each teacher has a preference or an individual Children Cry for PiMors Qastorla opinion I wouldsay Use your own judgment and discretion and bo thor- Â¬ ough A pupils capacity anil physical When Baby wai ilck wo care her Caitorla strongth must bo considered as to how When tho waa a Child the cried for Caatorla long u lesson is given and tho hours of When iha became Waa the clung to Caatorla practice A child should not he required When aba had Children aha aro them Caatorla to practico mora than thirty minutes if lie or she is nervous or irritable Re 1 Aliss Lizzie Brad fey of Black- - Rock aro Two such jolly hero visiting friunds girls Will bnliveu our social circlo very View He rrports n splendid dinuernnd a good time Mr John Mercer and family left last week for their new home near Lodibnrg The good wishes of their ninny friends go with them A number one cough cure Mr Jas Bro Allen will hold tho third quarter- Â¬ II Burnet 243 Cedar St Buffalo N V ly meeting nt Pleasant Hill on March 1 writes thus I am using Dr Bulls Cough 1 Everybody cordially Syrup in my family and deem it n num- and April invited to attend ber one medicine for coughs and colds Hov K N Metcalfe wifo and little and my house shall never be without it Velmn visited at Mr Win Driskell last week and also attended tho celebra- Â¬ McDANIELS tion of Miss Matthews 21st birthday Jarboo Bros have rented land of Jns Bob Alercer is on the sick list Spencer nnd wo suppose Mr Matt will J T McDanlel has the mumps soon retire to rural shades to dream the Air John Moore is in Daviess county hours away while Nelse plows tho corn vb iting relatives The familiar faco of J Nick Mercer He goes with his Airs Suo Mercer of Rock Vale is the will be sadly missed brother to Lodiburg Nick is a thorough- Â¬ guest of her sister Airs Sam Parson ly good fellow and wo hope he will find Miss Nettie Parsons visited her sister ns many good friends in his n w home as Airs Will Lampton at Antioch last week he has left behind Air R E Rhodes has just returned Mr ClifTord Bruco and Miss Essie Paul from Cloverport where he has been to wero married Feb 28th at tho residence seo Ella of tho brides brother near Walkers W E Rhodes and II I Coomes at Â¬ Mill The young couple were given n tended tho primary election at Leitch handsome reception by the mother of field last week We wisli them long life and the groom Miss Maggie Rhodes is merrily sing Â¬ happineas ing When my wanderer comes home It is by all odds tho best liniment Mr from the West Clms Metzjer 217 Geyer Avo St Louis Air Clay Rogers of Leitchfield was Mo is of the samo opinion lie says over Tuesday nnd bought some hogs of Salvation Oil is tho best remedy we J F Shorshell have ever used in our family It is tho Willis Green of Falls of Rough was best remedy on earth hero last week looking after his interest TOBACCO MARKET in tho timber business Miss Sarah Mercer of Fvqlqigh a guest No Special Features with Prices at Robert Frank has been quito ejck Fluctuating One Day with An- Â¬ is slowly improving but other William Frank nnd Will Burnett are opening a coal mine on Tom Franks The market last week was without farm Success to you boys special features Thero was moro irregAir David Cliambliss and two daught- Â¬ ularity in prices than usual and tho ers of A r William Cliambliss were vis- Â¬ opinions of buyers ns to tho condition iting relatives here last week of tho market nro moro conflicting than Messes Delia jnd Neddio Hunter are usual Tho prices fluctuated with every ranking a pleasant visit to tlielr sister days sales Tho highest price reached for now hurley was 1750 Old hurleys Airs Sain IIeuingcr at West View wero neglected One of tho Worlds Fair Airs Tom Hall and pretty daughter AJiss Lizzie of Cave Spring vhiited at premium hogsheads which was bought a year ago by tho Louisville Tobacco at Mrs Ed Cannons a few days ugo Exchange expressly for tho Chicago ex Â¬ Miss Ola Bradley of Irvipgton and hibit for 2o was sold lost week and it Â¬ Â¬ sume prnctlco after a refct Tho nvcrnga jdrl or boy works with the easy portions 1 say ut a piece of liulii work there is In reality no work nhollt it simply passing again and again over tho easy Always neglecting tho dilllcult spots ones till weariness sets in and the whole piero is dropped In an unfinished condition Time and money gone nnd the teacher dlscouragi d Neer mind here is nnothr r hrgit Indii trfous pupil progressing nil right nnd surmounting tho Intricate passages She will redound to your Interest nnd prove you n success- Â¬ ful laborer Never fear you aro not Infallible do your conscientious duty nnd lazy pupils exacting patrons will not in- Â¬ jure you For every dull pupil I evtr had three or four bright ones would inoio than balance For each dlgsntiefli d patron a half dozen to the contrary would come to thori8cup Diagnose all disaffected patents am by a few iogicnl conclusions the sent of trouble can be easily rendu d Finger wrist and nrm dexterity must all bo developed Exercises scales etudes technical btudies nnd finally classical gems wllld it it wilt take years of patient practice untiring application with touch nnd taste to boot I hnvo taught for twenty five years and in not a singlo instance has a pupil who continued with mo for four or five years or longer been a failure In every in- Â¬ stance those who commenced and stop- Â¬ ped began again or took irregularly have been entire and complete failures Aluch very much depends upon a teacher but far more upon the pupil and the encouragement received at home Teaching under some circumstances is a pleasure Under others it is simply drudgery but you know it 1b so in all tho avocations of life Cheer up and do not I beg of you let the fault finding of Incompetent people nnnoy you The belter chws of society always appreciates an earnest conscientious teacher Rely on them for support and treat with in Â¬ difference tho others Remember you cannot please every one so please yourself Dont allow any one to dictate Have yt ur own method and adhere strictly to it in spite of wind water and the universe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Brit Bhoei e lieml W SO L DOIJ DO 3 SHOE 4 and S3 ttfK ra aWt asau rod GENTLEMEH t i Am V jaymj r JX rJfl X fBv 3350 Police Shoo 3 SofC 250 S52forWorklnsnrCiJ 2 and 175 for Boyc LADIES AND Dross Shoe QH M - KTUIQ IS THE llllk 1LT 11IL wfcvz WJWPr TT-rira- s- TtfXMKWm XfcSL miuMln -1 MISSEt yi V WxJm yWvyvA lfiWVfmxmito2SJ2zssis iMii lirrGrn Jt THJ SjSJHHBW easy flttlnc nnd give better W I DOUGLAS Shoes arc stvllsh Try one pair and be con satisfaction at the price advertised than any other make vtneed The stamping of W L Douglas name nnd price on the bottom whici guarantees their value saves thousands oi dollars annually to those who wear incnv ucalcrs who push the sale ot W L Douglas Shoes gain customers which helps to 1 nfInoMAiA tut tilai nn fhoii1 fli rvt- llnfw nf rrnAflo lt w w i tuuD Aifiiar uiii hiiiiiii n nrii ib ions iuuii i iiivihdv tt Diiio and we tallern you can sure money by buying nil your footwear of tlin dealf r ndTOi 1 Catalogue froo upon nppllcatlou W X UUUULAHi jirocuiou rims I Used belo 1 HiMa wMwwm zzmkLz wwr il ijriWJ il l4a W KiZi3VijrrSiiy lK lH H lI Imkjriur in Tr CAOTION If any drnlpr offers you W I Ilitugica alioca nt a reduced tlrr fv or mija ho lm tliemwltnrfjtk oiu no iinnio atninpcu ftt lint lilm e VTx on the bottom down lutaimuui It x 3 8250 2 7J I 4V v MWMMmiVyti rn W BOWMER SON CLOVERPORT KY A DTJTSCHEZE WITH CO FALLS CITY TOBACCO WAREHOUSE WHITE DUNKEESO Main St bet Ninth Tenth - Louisville Ky Liberal Advances Four Months Free Storage Special Attention to Private Sales J Nick Mercer attended the birthday dinner of Miss Kssie Mathews near Weft A HYPNOTIZING SERMON Iatik W1mhi In Clmrcll und IiIIh Sliinihprrt Sixty Hour lii Methodist church nt Evmistou Sunday night and fell nsleep while tho pstor Itev C E Wilkinson was preaching Ho did not thoroughly awuken until Wednesday morning nt 80 oclock Drs Palmer nnd Gray worked over the unconscious man tho greater part of Sunday night without nvnil When Wilson awoke nsido from u slight weakness ho said lie felt ns well ns ever Wilson is about 25 years old nnd is a student in tho Gnrrett Biblical institute Evnnston He is of slight build nnd of fair comploxion nnd of lato lias been complaining of not feeling well Ho nnd Harry Boyes another student went tc church together Shortly nfter tho pastor began speaking Wilsons eyes closed and his head dropped on his companions He was apparently sound shoulder asleep Boyes knowing that Wilson had not been feeling well nnd thinking that on account of tho excessive heat in th church ho had become faint did not nt tempt to nrouso him After the congregation had passed out at tho close of tlm servico lid tiied tj awaken his companion Repented shakings seemed to make no impression on the sleeper nnd Dr Palmer who was present advised that Wilson he carried out to the fresh air He was immediately taken outside nnd given a vigorous rubbing and restoratives administered At ono time during tho operation Wil ton appeared to bo regaining consciousness und opening his oyes said Whats tho matter Where nm K Then he went back into a comutoso condition Seeing that tho case was of a serious na- ture Dr Palmer called n cab nnd the young man wus taken to hiaroom at Dr Grays home Hero both physicians con tinned to work over him All Sunday night Wilson respiration was low but regular and his pulso at times was very feeble Ho came out of his unconciousness naturally and now nppears to be nil right Neither Dr Gray nor Dr Palmer can ivo any explanation of Wilsons long sleep Thoy do not think that nny serious res ults will follow Chicago Herald Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rrnnk Wilson attended the Ilemcnwny Â¬ V V KIILED DY JOY much i nrigggggggtr After tho H H N M Many persons find that their general health has been imEffects linger in the paired system which if not promptly et and rcmqvd njay and often do result in great dancer These effects arc indi cated bysuch symptoms as a lingering cougtv uisoruercu digestion nervousness pafhs and general weakness with loss o energy Is Over Â¬ Â¬ h M H N N nnn r 100 Is the greatest of all remedies in such cases It acts so pleasantly andyet so prompt ly and surely lha it almost imperceptibly sweeps nut of causes iiiat me yem produce these troubles and restores the vigor of joyoushealth This is the experienced of thousands who have tried it lilies pleasant to take as lemonade liarmless ajyaysta QnmXmx ie - - -- - wnim aii ntXXXXXXXXTXXXXX t or SA 00 All Dmpirliu r WanufketorKl only by UMlMfU KMHTUCR CO Atlanta 6i par bottle mining camp in tho Midwinter exposition when ho suddenly expired only brought 1550 He had como nil tho way from Vic- Â¬ Dark tobacco is ea y and soils slowly toria B C tj occupy tho samo old cab Â¬ in in tho mining camp that had been his at insido llgurcs abodo when Iio dug for gold in tho days Quotntiosn aro about as follows of the gold rush and just ns tho steamer 00 Daiik Toiiacco Trash 2 00 to nrrived in port nnd n representative of common lugs J 00 to 405 medium lugs tho mining camp wns telling him of the 400 to 500 good lugs 500 to 0 00 com grand old times tlint awaited him when nion leaf 550 to 700 medium leaf 7 00 tho fuir opened his heart swelled with joy nnd burst nnd ho fell over dead to 800 good leaf 800 to 0 00 All this happened on tho deck of tVe Hurley 1893 Trash 200 to 300 common lugs 1100 to 4 00 medium lugs steamer City of Puohln nnd ns soon as bo 400 to 000 good lugs 000 to 000 com- it couldhomodono his body was1 removed to tho of his son W Downio mon lea 850 to 1050 medium leaf 1050 1022 Telegraph nvenuo Oakland to 13 00 good leaf 1300 to 1800 Major Downio wu3 ono of tho best Tho Farmers Iloubo sold 0 hhds of known pioneers of tho state Ho was Breckenridge county new dark leaf and tho founder of Downieville the ono time thriving mining camp and of which lie lugs 7 0 20 430 400 410 275 Tho Falls City warehouse sold 2 hhds wns tho patriarch nis cabin ut Downieville hns long been of Breckenridgo county lugs at 4 452 05 a rcllo that wus cherished by tho inhab wnrehouso sold 1 hhd itants of that section Tho Crescent of tho stuto becnuso of Ureckeuridgo county short leaf atl 50 of its old associations und tho promoters Tho Growers warehouse sold 2 hhds of tho mining camp enterprise nt the of Ureckeuridgo county old leaf at 10 75 Midwinter exposition hnd it romoved to and 1025 2 hhds Meado county lugs and tho fair grounds as nn uttiuction for fair visitors As nn additional attraction ar trash 503 205 rangements wero made through Major Downies son for hint to como to Stn Notice Candidates Chairman D It Murray wishes all Francisco nnd occupy tho cabin while persons who desiru their names to go on tho fair lasted San Francisco Exam tho poll book as candidates in tho Dem Â¬ iner ocratic Primary to know that the assess Tho llaliy Didnt Cry ment on each Candidate is ilfteon dollars An Albany couple hnvo received a sil and it must he paid to him on or beforo ver medal for their baby becnuso it did tho 23rd day of March which is fiftt en not cry The parents are Mr nnd Mrs days before tho Primary election Candidates will do well not to forget Jeremiah D Robertson of 023 Clinton to send tho money and their names as avenue In tho autumn they went to they wnnt them to go on tho Poll books tho Worlds fair and took tlio bnby along They occupied borths in n Bleeping car to Mr Murray and tho baby endured the joltipg with KUItTIIEIt NOTICE I would bo very glad for the candi Â¬ out a whimper In tho morning a wom dates to submit to ma the list of oillrom an who occupied a berth adjoining ask they desfre appointed in each precinct ed Mrs Robertson where sho nud the to hold the coming primary election baby hnd taken tho train Mrs Robert during this week so that I may not be eon said sho had been on tho train nil rushed in sclectng tho officers night in fact ever since leaving Albany oak tho Committeeman In each pro Â¬ The woman and I others duct to seo that tho voting booth pads at having n baby in nwero ao surprised sleeping car nil and stencils aro obtainable so that tho night without hearing it cry that a sub Sheriff of each poll may not fail to have scription wus takon up on tho car with them on the day of the election the rwult that the silver medal for the Davih It Murbay Chrmn baby arrived a few weeks ago Albany 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ llc Umlor Ta- tltetlo Circumstance Mnjor William Downio is dead nnd no old pioneer of forty nlno ever passed away under moro pathetic circumstances He wns on Ids way to rejoin hts old associates of pioucer days nt tho forty nine Major William Downlu Â¬ 4 V lftytW1 -- fti w ffTrrniirrr -- MfiBMRGKMkRfflG tifctByanfjaifc WEkW OkOYRPOHlN KV -- ai 2 1 1 am I J 11 - lidblingoo for neckwear Neckwear neckwear at llalilwgen See our new dress goode Sulzers New lettuce kale beets onions nl Sul zcrV The bfbt shirts fur the uiuiiuy at Bab ALMOST ANOTHER A Big Â¬ - Ono iiiclVhlgli Perfectly Upright Firo Was Baroly Avortotl in WE INVITE Your utkiilioii to our Season 1894- - J am Quite Handsome Wlio Imvo hccii mo say I nm very BtylUli bages Shoit es ele tho Thickest Part orciovor- - A Haynus for oilo paints blush Â¬ port Last Friday Tho Staplo Pulls Out r2 People NEW SPRING STOCK Noa line of title noap at Short Hay nos A of a Coiling Which is now complete and beg to ndd a word with reference to tho advantages offered by us Tho particular caro exercised in tho selection and mdnufiicturo of all garments tho perfection of pattern and noveltv of desian all cuarnnlco tho host value at no higher prices than arc frequently asked for goods of inferior workmanship tj V J no Come And 8co me at vcrport CloÂ¬ Minco meat and plcklts at tho City Bakery James G Harris spent Sunday in Owcnsboro Morris Heard of Hardinsburg was in and Lots a Largo Hanging Lamp Como Down DESTRUCTION WILL COME D Hnbbugc Will soil mo Satur Â¬ day March 17th for 10 cento BRECKENRIDGE INEWS 14 WEDNESDAY MAHCII 1804 LOCAL BREVITIES Jlitbbagos for writing paper Pure maple sugar at tho City Bakery Frank Ballman spent Sunday at Holt Have you n blcycle7 If not gut one now House cleaning time use bon ami Kulers Mrs H L Newsoin went to Louisville lust week Ed Whitehead of Homo came down Monday Box piper in nil tho new styles at Babbages Have you bought your garden seeds of Lcwisport was in tho city Sunday A friendly word Sulzers have a nico lot of lubbers Kugcuo Gofl returned to St Louis Monday night Tho very latest patterns and shapes in ueckwear at Babbages Jesse Graham has accepted a position as brakeman on tho Texas 0 T Sklllman made a business trip to Owcnsboro last Saturday Fresh fruits oranges bananas lemons and figs at the City Bakery Try our sweet cider It is tho best you ever drank City Bakery Fishing made easy use one of our Sulzers fish nets with wings Prof J Owen Cunningham of Steph ensport was initio city Sunday Mrs John Slatonof Bosetta is visiting her daughter Mrs L Nicholas Miss Addio Ditto will leave next Fri- Â¬ day the 10th inst for Brandenburg Have you seen our new lino of ties Sulzers Conio in and let us tie you go to Supers family groc- Â¬ Join in and ery for jams fruits preserves and pick- Â¬ les Get a Catch on to this hump hump on you and get a bicycle Sul z TrySulzers Mr J C Poll tho city Saturday Auction horso salo at Pierces stable Saturday March 17 MissSalllu Murray of Hardlnsburg is visiting in this city Thirteen heavy trains passed over tho Texas road Monday Haudsoino room mouldings at bottom prices T F Sawyer Born to tho wife of Elisha Nicholas March 7th a 7 pound boy Born to tho wife of Alvin Pate tho 1st inst a llj pound girl See our display of suspenders now in our show windows Sulzers Horses sold cheap for cash at Adkis ons stablo Saturday Marcii 17th Miss Ilia ltichnnlson of Louisville is tho guest of Miss Jennie Warlield W M Frymire Preston was in the city ono day last week on business Attend tho salo of horses at S B Ad kisons stable Saturday March 17th W S Smart of Owensboro spent tho Sabbath with his parents iu this city Miss Francis Clarkson Big Spring is the guest of Miss Forrio Hardin Holt Jesse Miller who has been in Louis- Â¬ ville for sovcral days returned Monday Miss Pearl Miller is the guest of Mr and Mrs F C Ferry Stephensport Ky Short Ilaynes carry a full and com Â¬ plete line of paint and whito wash brush es I frBftyreatgffifrlkv Tho citizens of Clovorport wore start Â¬ led by another nlarm of firo last Friday evening but fortunately tho flames wero extinguished beforo serious damagu was CONFIRMATION SUITS In great vniicty and at nil prices A careful inspection will vince you of their value conÂ¬ y jrs A new and novel display in our show window next week watch for it Sul zers - Win Downs of Kirk was in town last week and sold a very fine young horso to Dr Newsom Tho Brazilian trouble does not Inter- Â¬ fere with tho growing coffee trado at Sulz jra Tho survival of tho fittest is a natural result of tho fitter at Sulzers Clothing V Department Bald Head Protectors Just arrived bco them all dont rest until you seo them Sulzers Protracted meeting is in progress at the Elm street Methodist church Con Â¬ siderable interest seems to bo manifested Tho steamer Frisbeo touched hero early Monday morning and took a barge of staves for tho Cincinnati Cooperage Company Go to Blytho Bros closing out sale Saturday March 17 to buy good stock cheap and hear the plea of tho county candidates Beautiful now spring wall paper at T Good paper at 2J cU F Sawyers single roll and pretty gilt paper at 6 cts Samples free Miss Leila Jolly of Jollys Station who had boon the guest of tjio Misses Lewis for roveral days returned homo last Saturday Miss Mabol Whito who has been visÂ¬ iting her sister Mrs J G Harris in this city for quite a while returned to her homo in Michigan last week Glover Frymiro of Preston passed through the city Monday en routo to Pntesvlllo to seo his brother Dr K W Frymire and stopped to make a pleas Â¬ ant call at the News office Chas Lishen our popular butcher says he has been hi his business 18 years and not until last week has he slaughter Â¬ ed an animal too fat for his customers The beef was purchased of the Blytho Bros Mr 0 M Bullitt and wife of Louis villo wero In tho city Sunday looking after their residence on Font Hill Mr Bullitt will repair same and move his family hero to spend the summer months Gregory Co aro solo agents for the Clover leaf Bone Meal also fcfr tho Michigan Homestead Fertilizers Both of these brands aro reliable and well known and you take nq risk in buying them The alley betweeiv Wall and Second ami Elm and Poplar streets has been ordered by tho Board of Health to be cleaned out This alley is tho most filthy place in town and in its present condition it would ho capable of breeding most any disease FOR DYSPEPSIA ftumWH 1IIIIN HlTTbHS AIMlefikr4iittnperlA4l UouiitoehM wd Hsmou wrapper trt4u ware a IndlfcoUen and Stomach Ugcmltn lake Suspend your notion of buying suspen ders until you see our fancy line Sulzers First choice is wortli being unusually eager about paints and oils Short Ilaynes Clovcrport was crowded with peoplo last Saturday and tho merchants all had good trades The last few days of beautiful spring weather is developing no pencil bloom in this vicinity Em Hargis started to New Orleans last Sunday which city ho will make his permanent home Mr John Adkins of Patesville was in the city yesterday and made a pleasant call at tho Nkws ofiico j Farmer needing horses should not miss tho sale which takes place at S B Adkisons stable March 17th Stock on exhibition Thursday till Saturday Sold at auction Saturday at Pierces stablo CJoverport Ky Rev J T Bushing of Elkton Ky is conducting the protracted meeting at the Elm street Methodist church 25 head of fine brood mares and horst s Illinois stock will bo sold at auction at Piercos stablo Saturday March 17 Genial clever hustling Carlt llicbard- Bon of Union Star was In tho city last Saturday mixing among the voters No Montana or Oregon stock but fine Illinois brood marcs and horses at auc- Â¬ tion Saturday Marcii 17 Piercos sta- Â¬ ble Clovorport Ky August Dutschko of Union Star passed through tho city Thursday en route to Hancock county in the interest of tlo Falls City Warehouse Illinois brood Four and mares and horses at auction Saturday March 17 Piercos stablo Cloverport Ky Sale begins at 10 oclock a in Dr J M Clayton has returned from Music Ky and will resume his practice in this city His many friends are glad to welcomo him to Cloverport again All animals broko to work must work or no pay singlo or double nativo Illinois stock at auction Piercos stable Cloverport Ky Saturday March 17 Mr Win Franzoman and Miss Lillio May Thurman wero married March 12th at the homo of the brides father W H Thurman Key S G Shelly officiating The recent pretty weather has develop ed spring fever almost to an epidomtii in Cloverport and tho balmy atmosphoro has placed tho maples and elms in full bloom wil 0 D IJonderson of Webster was shaking hands with tho boys and other wise making himself pleasant and agree Â¬ able which ho always is in Cloyerport Monday Somo miscreant has scratched thp plato gloss front of Vests store with somo hard aubtftanco and tho officers aro on the look out for the trespassers Tho glasses cost 50 each When you go to Brandenburg drop in at Geo Yeakel Cos and seo their big pile of prints at 5 cents a yard Just think of it a beautiful dress pattern for your wife only costs you 60 cents A successful protracted meeting is In progress at Hardins school houso con ducted by Itov 0 S Jupin There have been thirteen conversions twenty soven additions to tho church and people generally aro religiously revived Mr Henry Whitoloy aged 70 died at his homo iiear Whitesvllle last Thurt day the 8th inst His funeral took placo next jlay under tho direction of tho Masons Mr Whitoloy was a roan high up iu Masonry and his funeral was at Â¬ tended by about 75 Masons besides a largo assembly of other persons Mr Win Hopper has been appointed receiver for tho Breckenrldge Company limited in the place of J A Murray andIoicy Hopper is made superintend- Â¬ ent in the place of J It Dellaven All persona baying btwinew witli the com- Â¬ pany shpuld transact it with these gentle- Â¬ men -- The community of lhamleuhnrg was shocked early this morning to hear that the body of Mrs Win Howling had been found by her son Mr John liowling in the pond near tho Hraudenburg ceme Â¬ tery As has been mentioned in tho GUSTON Brandenburg column of tho Nkws sho Mr Jus llendrick of Sandy Hill is in had been suffering from nervous prosLouisville had improved and was up Mr 0 0 Canoyer camo up to church tration but and going about It was palpable to all Saturday night 0 E Bryant attended church at Irv that her mind was unbalanced still no ington Sunday ono thought of such a serious result C Helt of Irvington was hero on bus Â¬ Since tho death of her daughter Mrs iness Saturday 1rice last November she has been de Â¬ Dr Walker and Henry Drury of Bow spondent and unhappy loyville wero hero Saturday About 3 oclock this morning Tuesday Miss Sallio Baskett of Sandy Hill vis- Â¬ March 13 sho was missed from her ited Mrs J H Basket last week was immediately in- Â¬ Miss Eva Carrigan and Charlie Patter- Â¬ home and a search son attended church at Irvington Sun- Â¬ stituted for her Sho was found in the day pond as stated above and was still alive Mrs Chas Stith and daughter Nollio though she died soon afterward There of Irvington visited relatives hero Fri- Â¬ is no doubt that sho had started to lcr day daughters grave had wandered into the Mrs Tims McCans and Mrs J K Bramlett of Ekron inado us a short vis- Â¬ pond and was chilled to death by tho cold water Sho had taken quilts with it last week her and probably intended to mako her Itov W E Hardaway of North Piatt Neb is visiting his parents Mr and bed by tho side of the gravo that contain Mrs B A Hardaway ed tho form that was dearest to her Mr CullomIrvingtons pastor preach- Â¬ Theso aro tho facts as received at a ed hero Saturday evening to a largo and attentive audiauco We hopo to have very early hour and while thoy may not bo minuto in every particular I suppeso him witli us again soon Mr Wni Both proprietor of Lewis they aro authentic portFlouring mills formerly of Chrisnoy Ind was in town Thursday looking af- Â¬ The A F A in Cloverport ter busiuess interests perhaps social in- Â¬ It is reported on good authority that terests also as he spent part of tho timo renewing his acquaintance with our op- Â¬ an agont of tho A P A was working in Morris erator Miss Boso Cloverport last week in the Interest of that order trying to effect an organiza- Â¬ GARRETT tion at this placo It is also said that several Clovorport citizens aro already Mr Ora McCracken of Flaherty was members of that organization and that visiting here this week others went to Loulsvillo tho latter part Mr Jas Iticketts of Brandenburg was of last week for tho purposo of joining in town this week A News representative was given tho Mr John Funk went to Brandenburg names of all tho alleged Cloverport mom last Monday on business U II Nevitt candidate for County bers and thoy are all without a single Clerk was here this week exception Republicans It should bo Our school is progressing nicely with added however that thoy do not coin Miss Eva Buckler as teacher poso tho most Intelligent portion of tho Mrs W B Mattingly was In town this Republican party of Cloverport and week tho guest of MrsVKato Crutcher vicinity Mr Tom Simmons of Grahampton has moved near horoonDrWimps farm In Memory Dr J E Wimp of Louisville was hero tills week tho guest of Mr Joo Mrs Tillio Connor wife of Mr Rob Â¬ Blair ert F Connor died of brain leaver at Miss Maud Wales who has been visit- Â¬ Rome Ind March 8th 1801 Thursday ing here for sometime has returned to morning at 0 oclockaged 20 years Aftor a her homo Mr Hugh Buckler and bister Miss short and painful illness death has called Eva woro visiting friend3 in Garnotts from earth to vlow Kternitlos vast realm villo last Sunday ono of whoso likeness tho poet has said Miss Mamie Dougherity of Ekron None knew thccbut to love thee was in- - town last Sunday the guest of None named tlicc but to praise Miss Lulu Crutcher Bright cheerful iu disposition amiable In reply to Brandenburg correspon- Â¬ beloved by all who know her sho moved dent I will sav that I will writo as many a glittering star In tho flrmathontof puri- Â¬ letters to tho News as possible ty At tho closo of tho services hold ly Rov Henry Groves all took a last look at tho sweet calm faco which would soon be hid in tho cold grave to await show Doplotod Blood poor tho resurrection morn but tho happy nourishment spirit has winged its way to God She They aro signs of will bo missed iu the comuulty whore bad sho has lived so long missed in tho Ancomia church and moro than Inaiy other placo will sho be missed in her own home Thus truly can we say Blessed are tho jmmmmmmamammmmr dead who dlo in the 13 rd they rest from their labor and their works do follow Hut so dearly wo have loved her Â¬ Â¬ done About G oclock p in when tho lamps wero being lighted a great commotion was heard iu Arthur Harris baiber shop on Wall btreet between Elm and Poplar Men came rushing out of tho shop half shoved with lather all over their faces followed by n gro barbers yelling and brandishing keen edged razors over their heads The citizens in tho immed iate neighborhood were startled but not until thoy discovered clouds of smoko issuing from tho doors of tho shop did they learn that it was firo instead of a fight that was causing tho commotion When ho property holders saw this their si reams for help were actually pitiful and men rushed iu and extin Â¬ guished tho llames before headway could bo calned The firo was caused by tho staplo sup- Â¬ porting a largo hanging lamp pulling out of tho coiling and letting the lamp como down with a crash Tho oil was soon afire and a fow moments tnno was all that was necessary to have wiped out the business portion of Clovcrport InthisFquarc is where tho greater part of the business of Cloverport is cen tered and with only an occasional ex ception the largest business houses nnd wealthiest stocks aro situated here Tho square is perfectly solid with large two and three story buildings Tho citizens of Cloverport have long realized the fact that if firo over gets started in this square that tho wealth and beauty of tho city will bo swcjit away and it was thinking that tho time had como that caused the pitiful wreaius for help last Friday evening But for- Â¬ tunately tho dreaded day of destruction was postponed a little while longer though it is nssuro to come sooner or later as it is that tho day of judgement is in tiio future Â¬ Â¬ No Doctors Bill Supers Safety Bicycles hmss JULIUS WINTER Merchant Tailors Clothiers and Gents Furnishers CO Corner Third and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY JOSEPH IF YOU positive remedy for all Bilious and Liver Complaint Dyspepsia Ague Constipation Rheumatism Etc Â¬ A IN THE POND MT J F Carter See what inducements we can offer you this season to purchase a Bike Miss Rosa Miller has the mumps of Irvington was here on Tho Body of a Brandenburg Lady business Friday Mrs Lucy Norton Was Found Early Yesterday Morning Mrs Wm Bowling Starts to Visit Her Daughters Grave and Finds Her Own HER MIND WAS DERANGED Too late too appear in our regular lirandenburg column wo received the startling news of the death of Mrs Wm Howling at llrandenbuig early yester Â¬ Our correspondent de day morning setibes the ciiiiunstaiuc in substance us follows of Cloverport is visiting relatives here Miss Ray Dyer of Cloverport is visiting friends and relatives here Mrs It L Carter was confined to her bed most of last week with la grippe Mr I H Greenwood was the guest of Miss Hrook Tinius Sunday evening Tho littlu daughter of Mr and Mrs J C Tinius is quite sick at tiiis writing Chas Rieilel was the guest of Min Jessie Hawkins IVrsiuiinou Flat Sun day Miss Lydia Houltiiighouse Addison was tho guest of M iss Rosa Miller Sun day Rev S G Shelly filled his regular ap pointment at Holts Chapel Sunday evening at oclock Miss Herthu Hawkins of IVrsiinnion Flit attended church here Sunday accompanied by W A Tinius Misses Mollio and Llllie Johnson Per simmon Flat wero the guests of their aunt Mrs Miller Friday and Saturday Tho infant child of Mr and Mrs Jake Miller died of Bronchial Pneumonia foverat 730 oclock Monday morning Mr James Johnson of Persimmon Flat was circulating among his many friends at this place Saturday and Sun Â¬ day Mr JISampIoyof Addison was hero last week He expects to go to Iowa soon whero his brother has secured him a good position Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ USE Chas B will 0 T Sklllman VI I EgfSifcJi - Cloverport Ky KIND- - or INSURANCE BHBHmM9iKgaannnnaannB9asBmaEnaBseanBHHiiBBWi r V--V- 3 9 8m SMfeimga stWWJ 30lf BigK J Fertilisers Farmers needing Fertilizers should call on We have them that you cant afford to miss Our Spring stock of J J FEIEL at ttwnm hand and if you want to be in it this season come in and see how nice we can fit you up It matters not whether you are big or little long or short old or young black or white straight or crooked we can fit you all and at such a low price you yourself will be surprised Also we have a beautiful line of Hats The Swan Brand- that cant be beat for style nor quality Dont forget the Brand for we are the only people that handle them is on - Mays Cooper Shop west end Iron bridge has just received a car load from The Cleveland Dryer Co Cleveland O Prices made satis- Â¬ factory and delivered at various points in fc the county For Sale 35 Horse power Saw Very Respectfully IIARDINSBURG KY Pale Faces ovory tiling Scott Mill -- full attach- Â¬ ments 6 yoke work cattle 1 span horses Log wagons chains ensilage cutter etc Apply to A WWV All pirtlci indebted to mc by note or account are eurnehliv rcuucieu 10 come lorwuril Ml oiili Dont ilclity mat and settle their Iniltbtednet tor tcrs longer than the loth day of April on und alter that date all unnuM notes and ac count will be placed In the hands ul un o nicer tor collection Iay up and dont force me to put you to any unnecessary trouble or cost My wife haschari oT my books and nates and will make settle ments during my absence Intending thanks for rust favors and hoping lor prompt settlements i am very Trulv Yours VVyfry FOR SALE NOTICE J 10 liit One fourvenr old mule 16 hands hlih one bay twiiarnld cusn lillyonand one large brood mare ill sell for or credit W DIIOlT Holt Ky PUBLIC SALE Ilavinif sold our farm we will offer nt auction on Saturday March 17th iS our farm stock farm Implements feed etc consisting of horses mules cattle and hogs a full assortment of farm utensils alsu a quantity of corn wheat aits nnd hav Terms mai e known on day of sale Emulsion by Substltutts NY AM Heron Cottage March ist iSo JJSKVKKS Union Mar Ky jnnivTinvnuo tho Croam of Cod llvor Oil vlth hypophosphltos on rlches the blood purifies tho skin cures Aneomia builds Yes Obt yet we lovcil her Hut Jesus loicd her more Vet Ohl yet we have parted Hut not forever more Nor Tillio Is an angel now Liliik Romo Ind March 11th up tho system Physicians the world over endorse it DMt bs dftclftd PrtpifatrSwUJkBoo DraHUt M 189 1 Connor Cloverport Ky P Hoppek Hoyser House Cloverport Ky Notice to Tax Payers A party ol Clovoriort yotinu ladies I will be at Howleyvillo on March gentlemen wero handsomely enter- Â¬ anil tained at dinner and tea last Friday by Union Star tho 21 Stephensport the Mlsa Forrio Hardin of Holt in honor of her guest Misa Clarkson of Dig Spring for tho purposo of collecting your taxes 22 ricaso remember tho dates and meet me those of you who havo not paid Cou 1 1 Nail of tho Farmers Iloino Journal is bolng favorably mentioned as a candidate for State Commissioner of Agriculture W S Oakt 1 8 II C Mr I T Williams of Owonsboro was in tho city ono day last week and bought Notice n lot lying on the hilt of Mlsa LaFayetto Any ono haying Hickory La He 1st Ho made the same a present p polea to his daughter Mrs J A Mayliall and or Hoops will do well by uamm N a dwelling will 1k built on it at onro AV - ii tnaaiMBMiifflHjhrr-hT- - - r mr r Tr r- - - 6 Highest of nil Leavening Power THR BRRGKRNRILOGEl NElWS OLOYERPORT KT Latest US Govt Pc jot t Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Modern Christians Terrestrial Saints and the Duty of the Hour that Stares Them in the Face tic Id to tlimli i n lilglurui string or pole Thus the wiiiideis of tlio middle ages did not unvill any piiuciples In deed they ruined tho study of princi ples because they made the people think only of miraculous incidents Thus nt Â¬ Â¬ last witchrralt lueaino moic pievalent and attractive than science and philosophy Minimi lltllcf Irnrtlrnt Tho American saint Is n much less wonderful pciMin hut his exploits maku permanent changis in the whole con A sermon by Rev David tinent and unveil muiio general orders Ho cannot mako a treo of HUciiie grow in an instant and fade away while Swing- - at Central Music you an- - climbing it but he can icdou Hall Chicago bio tho public love ot trees can turn tho bruits or itits toward great parks whcie tho millions can bo cheered and taught beauty Ho can tho fruit How Intelligence and Educa- Â¬ grow large and sweet on makebranches tho Ho cannot ninli- litiiist f invisible whilo tion Have Developed and ho is journeying thinttgh an enemys country but ho can mako enemies into Grown friends and thin travel through their territory In a living car Tho neigh Â¬ bors get in and ti iwl with him In tho MAN AND BEAST LOVE FOR dark ages if u man wandered outsidoof his township he might never return Each castle had a wall and a ditch The Creator fuiiitctli not He ulvctli power becaiibo foes weru only n few miles to the falnt lsjiluli xl apart In thojo places it was a pieco of As innn loves beauty bo ho loves to somo one saint could witness power Tlio enmo mind that good fortune if render himself invisible but tho Amer Â¬ tlio most deli cau extract pleasure from cato tono of music or from tlio gentlest ican saint takes away all tho hostility and zephyr of summer Is ready to find that cau harm takes away tho wall safe- Â¬ tho moat and travels ilOOO miles pleasure in tlio awful force of Nuignra ly not hrcnu u he is concealed hut be or in contemplating thu anger of tlio caueo ho has GUimoUUO of friends in thought that sublimity is oceun It Thus thu greatest miiaclo is not that otio of tho shapes assumed by tlio seuti- - one which snatches a Christian away from a frenzied niob but that ono which educates and civilizes thu mob Tho former was only an ophcmcral event tho latter a widu and lasting salvation Thu student of history can easily find the linuat which tho world passu from fctrango events over to tiuu and beautiful pniK iples Â¬ 1 Â¬ upon romo vnlunulo mission Ho limit know nil things but ho cannot do all things Thu musician must love till beauty but ho cannot mako It all He cannot grow our blossoms paint our Ho must pictures biild our houses pimply iiink music Tor us Thuinmiiii or it woman vide in idiicatioii mid sym Â¬ pathy must e incuntrnto upon some ono task and thus becomo a power Thus our ago is creating Itstrircstilalsufnts A saint is a soul so condensed as to bo a power It does not spread over a vast expanse llko n sen it tumbles over a ledge liko Niagara Men become gieat not by their entiling and wldo sentiments hut by their limitations Orecce and Homo helped cducato Olud stonc but Ireland mado him Ho reads tho classics with ease and has written on nil questions of criticism In classic letters hut his power appeared only when ho camo to tho rights of a distinct race IIu hud to concentrate to becomo visible Charles Sumner and Wendell Phil Â¬ lips wero broad in all tho meanings of that word but their fiuuo camo at last They cspoueed from their narrowness tho causo of tho slave ami became Im- Â¬ mortal St Francis was n poor saint of the birds when wo think of theso Peilmpp no Amer Â¬ saints of tlio slave ican ever surpassed or equaled Charles Snmnir in learning language tnsto and rlietoiic but all these equipments were turned into an avalanche by a sin glo cause Ho smoto a great wrong and thus tho vast fuel of learning turned into flame SalntH of Wimitinliood looking hack not far wo can see tho saints of womanhood Fifty years ago woman had little ambition little education littlo hope iy slow steps somu soul begun to plead in her behalf Thoso pleadings wero teceived with de rision or anger Thu pleaders increased in number and in courage Theso now orntors had to bo narrow that they might bo strong Whatever their edu ITS their beauty to Dr Pierces Fa Â¬ vorite Prescription Tlio reason beau Â¬ owe grace radiate from tho common center health Tho best bodily condition results from good food fresh air and exerclso coupled v Mi tli tho Judicious In maid two of tho Prcscrlntlon enhood womanhood and motherhood its a supporting tonlo thnts iwcullnrly adapted to her needs regulating strengthening and curing tho derangements of the sex If hero Iw beoilaclio pnln In the back benring dotvn sensations or general debility or if there bo nervoui disturbances nervous prostration and sleeplessness tho Prescrip- Â¬ tion reaches tho origin of the trouble and corrects It It dispels aches and pains cor- Â¬ rects displacements and cures catarrhal inflammation of tho lining membranes Its guaranteed to liencflt or euro or tho money paiu lor it is roiumnxi Â¬ Twenty seven said the country cop pointing to hU bat Whats become of OKiley I thought ho had that beat ty of form and They changed hlni oiTthls morning fnce as well ns that many women A SECRET MONARCH Â¬ I guess Well why alnt you on your beat Look hero pardncr I believe you are giving me a stllT You dont belong here do you No I was just Joking I dont belong here I am hurrying down to the Seventh street depot now to tako a Texas t nln for home Oood Ill walk down that way with you Where did you say you fto from I didnt say but I am from Stephens SHI R T S For highest attainable workirmiiBhij Tlio employment of materials of highest quality The elegant finish Tho strength of button holes and eyelet holes The manner in which the parts subject to strain arc strengthened - port Stephcnsport see whero is Stehcnsport place anyhow let me Kound JEbouI Its about sixty miles don tho Texas How many men have you got on your force down there I see you nro No 27 that f Iy Â¬ AtliiiiitUKf of Abolition HEV DAVID 6W1XO ment of power Whilo wo nre reading tho hymn written at tlio foot of Mont Blanc wo seem to bo in company with somo living giant that can pierco tho sky can nmlco tho stars halt that can fling avalanches down into tho faroff valley Tho power of tho mountain rivals in charm all its foliage mid colors nnd lifo When with some astronomer for a guido we reflect for a timo upon tho bulk of the sun and the silenco with which ho flings tho planets around him self at snth distances and for so many ages wo reach scon that iippressivo feel ing of power Tho heart laughs at those children of thu far past who thought two horses hitched to a gold chariot carried tho sun over our fields oneo a day That old story was full of the curious tho story ot modern astronomy 1b full of power Iurce Alvraja Attractive So attractive is force that man will often walk away from a picturo gallery or n tropical garden that ho may Bee somo enormous engine performing its giants task or that ho may sou some vast gun thut at a distance of threo or four miles could beat down tho walls of a Ciesar or tho castle of a haughty knight Whilo tho Knglish were exca vating tho Manchester canal they em- Â¬ ployed somo massive digging machines each one of which did the work of 000 men Tho human heart is so made that it would leave at times a hall of mu sic that it might t eo thoto machines work Man does not know which 1h thu more attractive a delicate butterfly or a moving steamship When wo wero all young under 10 thero camo into tho heart not only visions of common romance but great waves of power such that wo could of Â¬ ten throw houses oier hills and mako half tho world becomo pnlo with fear grow out of Tho Arabian Nights theso dieams Tlio heart loved to tell a palaco to rieo up in a moment the heart could touch a talisman and the uky would thunder and a troop of genii would como to do thu hearts bidding Tho evolutionists would say that man baa been so reared among oceans cataracts thunderstorms earthquakes mid volcanoes that at last ho loves to MO tho play of awful force but tho defect in their theoiy lies in tho fact that a similar environment does not mako the other animals reach a similar fondnebS for tho falls of Niagara or tho pages of tho Arabian Nights IlBijlueM Iroin Moral 1ontr Tho mcdficval saints wero not practical enough to meet tho wunts of boci oty Their wondors did not reveal any law for tho mechanic or farmer or thinker They weru more like1 thu mar vels of those magiciuns who mako u palm troo rieo up in a moment in some public street or who mako a rope stand up in tho open air Wonderful exploits but tho gardeners cannot grow such palms In their fields nor can thosnilorf nnd houso painters mako tiso of such ropes Thus thu saints of tho middle ages could not in any manner blend their power with thu daily needs of huA Druid madu a littlo biiow manity fall and a Christian saint commanded it to melt but thu affair was too local and limited to bo of any national vuluo Tho Druid made darkness come and tho Christian turned it into light but tho public did not dare count upon a longer day in winter or hope for nights with out need of a cundlo or lamp tilx saints traveling through a hostile country mado themselves invisible but tho pub- Â¬ lic could never make any general use of their art Thus much of tho spiritual power of tboso centuries was ablo to produce only a lonely event Tho story of Jack and his bean stalk tells us thut bis vine wound around the horns of tho moon but that story has never been able to bcjp tho common vines of our Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Texas On March 11th April 10th and May 8th 1801 the St Louis Air Line Louisville Evansville St Louis Con B It will sell Harvest Excursion tickets to nil points in Arkansas Texas and Eddy N M at one half rates for the round trip Tickets good returning 80 days from date of sale Tho Air Line is 53 miles the short- Â¬ est route to St Louis tho west and Southwest and tho only line running vestibule trains daily between Louisville and St Louis with parloranddlningcars Lure It Not Divided Pullman palace sleepers on night trains For further information as to rates Li ono of tho comedies of Mollcro A Neriiiuii In lints routes maps time tables sleeper car thero is u pompous old philosopher to A certain minister when preaching among strangers und h talking about reservations etc call ou or address B whom tho slmplo villagers all repaired on cleanliness mentioned how he had his home place When this oportuuity A Campbell O P A St Louis or J for wisdom and advice When they seen monkey in his town set up P presents itself the better and bigger U Campholl 8IJ W A Louisville City camo with certain common topics he in a a brass ticket ofllce store witli a cigar1 In its mouth corner 3rd and Main on his left side but if mado them stand name ho gives his town tho moro lie is street dopot 14th and Main street The cigar was lighted and by machin any ono camo with n philosophical in patted on the back by his home people Louisville Ky ery the quiry ho mado that person talk into his from monkey could draw the suioko Now I know of a marshal of a little the cigar and puff it out again right our IIu said ho kept thut ear Tlio works stopped on ono occasiou A New Peach nnd city on thu Texas road who not long for thu hearing of nothing but philo Â¬ tho monkey was taken apart to discover since was making a big play of this kind Mr D L Talbot of EliiabethtownKy sophical problems As man bus only tho cause when the woiks were found in Louisville and lie surely would have bos originated a late October peach that one senso of hearing so ho has only one to be clogged and iu u filthy condition won the game if he had not fallen down is pronounced by experienced horticul- Â¬ bcnovoleiicu and if ho cannot love a The wus druwn by tho preacher horse or a robin or a dog his left and thus moral tobacco last shot turists to be the finest late iwach on If smoke will step thu on tho right ears aro both gone Ills wholo works of a brass Ho was walking hurriedly down Main earth It is a beautiful cling seedling monkey what will It senso is shut lienovolenco has no limi- Â¬ street dressed in a bran new uniform fine size and color and a most delicious do for you Let our weed indiilgini tation in its nature ItmayLo too weak people rise in unawey lth shining brass buttons gold braid eating peach Mr Talbot has a small lUuis Horn to reveal much passion but the true heu he met a Ioulsvitle number of trees now ready for setting Thciuanda of persons certify to tliu and silver stu benevolence is Infinite in scope which ho has reduced in price from one Thus man having a wide knowl speedy cure of all throat and lung uflVc cop Hello said tilt Louisville ofllcer dollar to fifty cents each and Is ready to edge uud a wide sentiment becomes tious by tho prompt use of Ayers Cherry fill orders at once what beat aro you on uv concentrating irrcui ins power i Pectoral Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A thoughtful writer said not long since that tho ovei throw of slavery has not brought in great blessings to our negrots as it has to our whites Our Africans aro still idlu and aimless but our whites oru full of now truth and new zf al They aro taking hold of tho present and aru catching glimpses of a great future This tho northern man can believe for ho notes tho new prog Â¬ ress of manhood and womanhood and finds hero and tliero largu and imprcssivo areas of a new moral power To tho impatient the change for tho better is not rapid enough but it comes with that pacu with which all goodness has come Christ has been coming to tho church for 1800 years and has not yet fully reached pulpit or pen Ono of the sweot pictures ot tomorrow is thut of 8iilnt uf Pence Needed tho south cducatid moral poetic popSaints of arbitration ouglK to arise ulous happy and beautiful who will disarm Europe and mako tho So fur as tho Chrihtiau saints over lived tho lives ascii bed to them they thousands of millions of dollars that aro going into war go into the world of aro worthy of somo honor Wo hope St peace Within our century 70 disputes Sebastian helped the archeis that St between nations havo been settled by was kind to beggars that St An Oiks thony was a friend of tho Seville and arbitration aud perhaps 70 wnrs havo Â¬ been averted that St Catherine would help men out der its debt of Italy is now sinking un ari0it000000 Franco of unbelief hut wo must admiiu moro Thus all the tho modern advocates who aio mado by owes 0000000000 monarchies aro l endured poor and mis Â¬ tho widu teachings and demand of tho erable by tho awful taxation that robs now civilization St Anthony was tho peaco and enriches war Whence shall frierd of dumb brutes but our ago pro Â¬ fers tho method and lovo of Henry como tho men who shall turn their learnBurgh or President Angell Tills now ing their rhetoric their eloquence their euro does not nssumo the form of a genius against the old barbarian resort of murder in battle and shall mako peaco It is tho visible sweep of sci dream stand forth in an infinite beauty These ence and morals saints of arbitration need no help of Kmiuliilgu iullj Ulitiilncil miracle or magic They can stand on A mind not indolent and not iudilTcr scienco nnd morality and happiness and ent cau easily becomo acquainted with smite nn old monster to tho death its surroundings and can learn that the Isuiah said in ono of his inspired mo- Â¬ moon shines not with her own light and ments The Creator fainteth not Ho is not as larawayas the sun can learn giveth power to the faint Whoever that water seeks i level and that snow will look ut the heavens uud tho earth is more common in winter than in sum aud attempt to count alltho wonders of mer When a mind loves truth and is all thu innumerable stats and all tho not loud of stupidity it can in 30 or 10 natural marvols on this one globo will years acquire a mass of knowledge of soon bo lost iu tho feeling that mighty which mi old Socrates would have been works aru the iufinito pleasure of Uod proud Small details aro not essential Tho scooping out of tho ocean was a or valuable We need not know how old joy sowing tlio trees and flowers a bliss Ciesar was when he died nor whether 3lllon or IMiicntlon Cleopatra was smuggled back into her Tho educated soul ought to find and kingdom as a roll of carpet What all follow such a path Ood will give power may easily acquire is all tho general to tho faint The heart will lovo to valuable facta uf this little planet This overthrow an ww and found a truth acquisition is to bo continued while is ojiiy a statuo n man lives To this breadth of knowledge a learned at a task is a living soul learned man ono must udd a similar breadth of direcTho learning of Christ may have equaled tion Iovu or sympathy must boiufiuito that of his country but his action and Wo because it must include a world narrowness made him divine He did havo no right to disliko an Arab or a nothing for music or science or art or Wo havo no right to causo Chinaman inventions but ho set Palestine on iro pain needlessly to tho lowest form of His footsteps made nu impiint in life The heart must think no lovo wor- Â¬ stones his mild voice was a strange thy unless it is infinite Suppose you thunder his tears Were a delugo He had treated kindly a thousand poor chil so concentrated his heart upon tlio mordren could you tlteiefore afford to kill als of earth tlfat paganism never re or torment just ono small child Tho covered from tho shock It was as though answer nt ouco comes that benevolcuco the lightning had struck the temples of has nothing to do with numbers It Jupiter aud Diana It is in the works of must lovo tho ten millionth waif or Jesus we behold the marks of Uod Liko dovo as it loved tho first Cn you say the Creator he fainted not Ho gave I shall treat till human beings kindly power to thu faint but I do nut intend to waste my sympa Thu lesson is clear Possess broad thy on horses and dogs If you can say education and a broad I6ve butado not this then you havo no sympathy it and bo nn urn that may hold but bo drop you arostrungcrs Vou navo never met of sparkling dew bu some flush of alight- Â¬ You might as well say that you will ning or a flying sunbeam a falling tear lovo beauty on Monday and Tuesday nn eloquent wuid tho friend of somo and will hatu it all thu rest of tho week helpless one the heioof the home or of Tho huiiiuu soul is a unit it cannot bo the nation or of some great human dhided and mado to lovo u Ireo inun vance and thus ull be eniolled as ad tho and liato u slave terrestrial sotnts of your God Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cation and their taste they must mako their blows fall upon one obstacle Last summer many of these toilers met and saw that their concentration upon a single tink had mado a wido and deep impression upon modern life Narrow Â¬ ness had becomo breadth fanaticism Wo do not know had becomo beauty what St Cecilia did for music nor what St Oeorge did for England nor what St Nicholas did for tho children of tho fourth country but when wo como to tho lives of these latter day saints wo sto tho nation grow uolih f where their steps have fallen Oh these teriesttial saints Tiny havo no angel wings no halo no calendar in tlio church nc incense no prayers hot they havo a great happy worldl Tills nation ho longs to them its crude oio melted by their fire and molded by their art Great Other saints aio to come minds educated and informed will tako up somo task and inqiiro it and complete it Thecal th is a vast arena of Ood is its wis o aud generous action His children aru all mado taskmaster great and happy by their labors Ho would not have permitted Jesus uf Naz Â¬ areth to toil so patiently for humanity if a great task weru not u gieat des tiny Out of tho education and high emotions of our ago statesmen ought to arise Tho great past ought to como back nnd redouble the wisdom aud power of tho Hamiltons and Jetfursons and Jacksoiis Â¬ Â¬ Out IliiMriNd It is a matter of his- Â¬ tory that a woman cannot pass a mirror without glancing at it and when she sees her beautiful self reflected she is sure to notice some little nddition to the make up of her toilet that needs adjust Â¬ ing and forthwith proreuls to right the wrong Only a few days ago 1 saw a lady placing her hut appropriately on her Grecian brow by tho slight reflec- Â¬ tion mado by a card which hod printed on it in big black letters Box Bent Due standing rquare up against the back of the glass in her lock box at the postoflicp She got her mnjl and went Trunx across the street to Sulzers store to see 1 RATES Men of all professions and trades min- Â¬ some ladies shoes that weru neatly did I eVaPERDAY played in tho show window In the isters lawyers merchants and mechanics back of the window was a handsome unite in indorsing Dr Bulls Cough glass that reflected the handsomo lady byrup the old reliable euro for all bron- Â¬ on the sidewalk almost from head to chial and pulmonary troubles as the best foot When she saw this tlio shoes no household remedy in the market longer had any attraction for her and AXTEL she immediately began fixing her bangs This little hank of blondincd tresses was too straight and a few twists around n Tho farmers aro up hustling for an- dainty finger ndjusted the irregularity other crop -that bunch of curls was too much matdprmi7ncho j Mr George Clark had a hog killing ted and a few slight quick brushes by last Wednesday a snow white hand more evenly distrib Â¬ Ab Speak will soon havo his new l 0 BOUKNF DANIEL 1IK00K3 J M UARPER uted the clusters She then started house completed down t wn and ns I was getting inter Â¬ Mis Kllon Winchel is on tho sick list ested in her toilet I kept an eyo on her CO BROOKS BOURNE She met n lady friend right in front of Mrs Allen Hiutou is very sick but is Mattinglys saloon and stopped to ex Â¬ slowly recovering change compliments Sho noticed her Mrs J Compton who has been very handsome likeness in the large plate low with lagrippe is convalescent glass front cans tl by tho dark cherry The Bennett brothers aro clearing screen that stands a few feet on the in- ground on the Chick farm CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP side and she smoothed out the wrinkles Mr Jack Allen will move on tho in tbn front nf hnr clnik Then ornan Bough ing the lapels in each band she drew r John Jttrbo llaco in Forks o LOUISVIj1 r KY BOURBON STOCK YARDS them taut straightened up turned soon Mr John Rhodes is olTering 25 to any around nnd looked over her shoulder to see how the cloak fit In the back nil the man who will put up a raft of logs for nctvi hkedo DcrcTrtDrrniT Tills wunuurlul retocili wartawa guaranteed tocuruttincrvuuadliteaBetiiuclias Wtnk Memory lofliruln tunu carrying on a running conversation him IftwerlienilacboWakelulneM LostManlioodNlKlitljr HiuIfkIoiis Neirousneisftll drains and lotm of power Generative Otvnn a ot ellutir fwxcauppd with her friend on some other subject br overexertion ynu thru error excessive uro or touacrooplum or etlm uiantswhlclilPnatolnunTiltv Consumption or lithanliv Cun lie carried lu than tho ono occupying her mind most rem Docket HliwrhnxAfQFHA br mull nrenald With a order wo jgtfj Klve a written warnntee to cure or refund tho m nty Sold br nil her good looks She seemed satisfied druKlsts Auk for It take nn other Wrltn fnrfrfmAlGdli tl Monk sprit kphImI wrapper CO Masonic TciouloCUICAao with this inspection and passing her imuuAu ttULi tiuiMi In plain Kjr bjr A Address NEK VJB SEED MAUT1N Druggists For sale In Clovcrport It tlSHEIlandtijr c V friend started on down tho street Sho could not pass Vests however without From that old complaint when you can be NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC a liiiult Sho stopped and bending over permanently cured by an placed her face close to the plate glass Breckenridge Circuit Court At a Bargain to the right man and scrutinized her countenance closely J D Heeler Plff the Old Beliablo vs In Eipilty Tho fa jo powder had loiged on her ori Taylor Heard to Dofts ental eyebrows and she spat on tho tips Others have been cured why not you All persons having claim against tbe late of her taper fingers and wiped it ofi He It r of llardlnsburg Ky firm of Beard ara requested to file tbe same with me properly This donu she went inside and bought a DISEASE CURED WITHOUT MEDICINE verified as required by law on or before the package of chewing gum Good stwc ilam everlasting 1st day of May 1891 also all persons Forty two Tho good feeling qualities Forty two why that must bo a pret Â¬ ty big place How many inhabitants The commendable method of attaching the collar and culTd to the Itight here is where lions failed for it was no body else than Hous Morgan shirts tho efficient admired and well liked Tho great varitty of effectivo designs in plain white negligee marshal of Stephcnsport and ho went down on a rabbit too Ho could just colored embroidered and piquo shirts as cosily havo said a hdndred thousand A fly neck band of ingenious pattern by whioh the collar button but before be knew it he had let slip Uout two hundred is prevented from touching or chafing tho neck The Louisville cop dropped dead and with his last gasp be was heard to mur- Â¬ mur Great heavens but that Stephens port must be a h 1 of a tough place Two hundred inhabitants and forty two of em cops Just think of it BABBAGE W THE LEADER w Â¬ ISIouisyilleKy HARPER Commission Salesmen of Live Stock Â¬ MAMunnn iihu iif V f afcr 11 WHY SUFFKR IfTSKA Â¬ ELECTROPOISE Clifton Mill J W CA RY Hes Dvikii His Haih Frequently theso bright sun shiny mornings one of tlio staid citizens of Clovcrport may be seen walking up and down the street and standing around iu the neighborhood of Ills place of business bare headed To see him ono would naturally think that the gentleman had stepped out in haste for just a moment and had forgotten his hat or hud not thought it worth his while to bother with just for this little trip to the open air in fact his actionsiind bearing would lead ono to think this But alas alas such is not tho fact Ho camo out bear headed coolly deliberately and for a purpose Tho impress of age is on this mans brow aud the natural shade of his hair is a Norman grey He is trying to cheat oldTimu by dying his silvery locks and when you see him sauntering Hound and About bare headed he has just ap- Â¬ plied the lotion afresli and is giving the bright suns rays an opportunity to set the color tho more sunshine tlio black er the gloss See A Bad maiisimi It is generally sup Â¬ posed that an ofllcer of a town never loses an opportunity to speak a good word for tlio place of his his homo and tho citizens who give him employment Ho holds his plhce by tho confidence that is reposed in him and ho is always a favorite with everybody The people all love him because of his gentlemanly and pleasing behavior and because he preserves their peaco and happinets and protects their property IIu is never a bluHtr a blowhard a blackguird or a gospot He nover stands about wag ging a villianous tongue trying to black Â¬ en tho nauio of respectable citiz uis but when he knows of any violations of tho law he Kiys nothing but goes after it Tho only circumstances under which lie is expected to stretch the blanket a little is when he is away from home Not an eteotrio belt or battery but a tlmple borne treatment which eausei tbe entire body of tbe patient toabiorb RjrAik your neighbor about It if he can not tell yeu write to ui for one of our booki tent free OXYGEN Â¬ ed to tbe above named firm are requested to call at my office In llardlnsburg Ky at ones and settle same and save costs Tbe members of tbe above said firm are rub joined and restrained by order of court fr m making any collections or adjusting any claims of tbe above said firm D USKVEUS Receiver Appointed by the Ureckenrldge Circuit Court 1891 February 19tb Indebt Â¬ power and doing a good business All in first class order For particulars address or apply to V- - Clifton Mills Ky Nothing has ever received so many testimonials iroin trustwortuy persons many of whom are known to us West ern Becorder Louisville The riectropoiso is a mystery to me almost a miracle Elder John I Bodgers In ono night tho Klcelropoiso relieved All mo of congestion of thebrain and vertigo PARK REMEDY Bev Geo II Means Covington Ky A friend of initio was entirely cured of opium habit with theElectropoise Bev W W Binco Houstonville Ky The Electropoise is a wonderful instru- Â¬ ment and it is more wonderful as to bow it does its work yet it does it T E O Brinloy Plows Louisville Ky Address UuBois Webb 609 Fourth street Louisville Ky ONE HALF BATE fy the complexion leaving NO WKINKLXS or ffabbln ss STOUT AIUIOMKNS and dilhcult breathing surely relieved NO KXIKHIMKNT but a scientific and positive rellel adopted onlv All orders supplied after years of experience Price i 00 per packuge direct from our ottice or three packages for cco by mail postpaid Testimonials and particulars sealed sets GO will reduce vour weight 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