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Digital page images are linked to the text file. pgnnwni - -- - - THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XVIII THE THEATRE c V Are We Toy Dofond its Claims or Humbly Apologize for Its Existence It Is Not tho Lovo of Amusomont But tho Necessity of It That Catchos Us CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY is not wrong In itself then It must bo Judged solely by tho effects it produces It is not merely the love of amusement but tho actual necessity of it which sends most peoplo to tho theatre A Comes Back at Babbler andMakos few hours respite from business cares Somo Woll Choson and so far as women aro concerned Explanations from tho harassment of domestic life is very desirable and In most theatres It can be had without Injury A hearty Together with Somo Torso Criti- Â¬ laugh nt a farce an evenings nonsenso cisms of Hor Lottor and which drags ono out of tho ruts of daily Arguments routine and forces one to forget for tho litno being that tho morrow has heavy burdens is not only innocent but help QUOTES MUCH SCRIPTURE APRIL 11 1894 NO 38 SIROCCO IVORY RACKET Just opened out in my little Bkb STORE Hive a complete stock of r 1 thai obtains with no other subject under ful Wo venture to declare that In this re- Â¬ In my letter alluding to sanctified To everything there it a KA on nd a time to gard the stage is accomplishing great Methodist and drunken Baptist I should every parpoe under the heven Ecclenaterp good and fills a place for which thero is havo beon more explicit I mako no Instead of abolishsng it war against tho genuine article of sane placo which tho thentro occupies no substitute The Â¬ In our niodern society whether wo aro if society wero itsolf puro enough to de tlflcation as taught in tho blblo and bo mand only tho best kind of drama the lieved by an overwhelming majority of to stoutly defend Its claims or humbly apologize for it as a necessary ovll this theatro would respond at once for tho Methodist I was only criticising an is a question which is always in tho air manager is a business man who must Ism nearly two thousand years too now It htwexci ted almost as much controversy1 please tho public In order to reap suc Â¬ for the bible so now that there aro thou- Â¬ as religion but while both parties havo cess The theatre never leads but al sands of pious gray bended Methodist boehcqually honest they have not made ways follqws its patrons They find to day who never so much as heard of it there just what pleases them and aro till their lives had been hid with Christ ninth progress toward nn agreement The peculiarity of the debate is ono themselves responsible if the stage falls in Qod for years I am aware that I 111 1 INNOCENT AND HELPFUL Â¬ Fh Drugs Fancy and 50AP Staple Groceries r9 99ooK Ladies and Gents Furnishings Farming Mens Tailorings PURE Machinery a Specialty r Si AS - i v dispute for while tho advocates of tho stage speak from a large personal expe- Â¬ rience those who denounco it havo gen- Â¬ erally had no poifo ml experience what-Â¬ ever If the clergy whoso motives aro by no means to bo impugned should seo Mr Jeffereonls Kip Van Winkle or Mr Irvlngs Becket and then declare that tho spectacle lowers tho moral tono of tho audience wo might differ with them in opinion but their Judgment would deservedly havo exceeding weight It is not nec ssary for a man to visit n gambling dive in order to discover that it is harmful because it is universally conceded that games of chanco aro an unmitigated evil and cannot bo defended by any show of argument Dramatic representation has been wrongly classed in the same category but assuredly it does not belong thcro Tho drama is not essentially evil and must therefore be criticised by tho effects it produces on society and the individual What aro some of these effects and to what extent are they to bo deplored There is no reason why we should not lay aside all proudice and precon- Â¬ ceptions and Judge tho caso simply on its merits We can always afford to bo fair and there is no good ground for being unjust First then it is charged that actors and actresses have a codo of morula of their own and that there is a degree of looseness in it which is not to bo toler- Â¬ ated Thlsisat least partly true and it is unfortunate that it is true It is very desirable that both actors and actresses should be abovo reproach but it is desirable that tho men and women who applaud them should bo above reproach also If every actor were a Bayard the stage would undoubtedly bo different from what it is but wo are bound to add that if every man in tho audience were a Bayard society would take on a different complexion Therule which Unapplied to the stagq should bq usod elsahero and it is not qaitagenerous to spurn an i actor for a course of life which is such Is the laxity of public morals easily condoned in other people There is no excuse forimmorality any where neither on the stage nor in buslt ness life nor in the fashionable world If however a genuino crusade were to be undertaken and the attempt made to reconstruct human nature it might be well to begin with tho stage but it would neveril6W end with it and wo venture to say that wo can name a score of actors and actresses who wonld hail such a movement with enthusiasm for good men and women in a profession ought not to suffer for the shortcomings This is true both of the unworthy behind and In front of tho footlights We migljt refer to the lato Mr Booths career in illustration of this fact He was a noble self sacrificing charilablo and patriotic citizen as well as a great actor Take his life as a whole and thero are few men in any profession who have exerted a more manly and uplifting in- Â¬ To had a great soul and fluence richly tleeervcd not only tho farao he woto but also tho respect of tho world wliich was so cheerfully and abundantly given Actors and actresses aro public prop Â¬ erty Whatever they do is known If they havo faults or if they commit a crime against existing customs it is at onco spread broadcast A business roan a lawyer a doctor may bo equally guilty but his obliquity is hidden The world sees the worst side of the actors char-Â¬ acter always and forms its Judgment from that side it sees tbor best side of Â¬ below par A clean play can harm no one but an unclean play and for that matter an un- Â¬ clean anything else whether it is found in politics in law or in society is not to bo toleratetlfThat is the only rule by which our judgement should be con- Â¬ trolled New York Herald should not have said sanctified Mctho distsfor that term includes a vast host of pious christians not aimed at in my let Â¬ ter Modern sanctificationist so called convorsloniet sccond blessingist those Who say Brother you must havo a Bccond dip in the blood of Christ any of tho above terms apply to tho cose more fittingly than sanctificationist I am sorry I didnt uso ono of the above terms in tho beginning then all truly tanctificd Methodists would havo understood that they wero not aimed at Babbler I bellovo in old fashioned regeneration and sanctification I mean tho kind that is so old fashioned as to be tauht in tho blblo So if you have a mind to call mo an infidel wait till later on just hold yourtonquo between your teeth on that point till I commit myself At first I felt that thcro must bo somo mistako about your name I thought surely a sanctified lady would even ob- Â¬ ject to being called a babbler If I wero to call a sanctified person a babbler I would excuse him for getting mad if ho didnt get too awfully awful mad I cant see why you apply such a namo to yourself Webster says a babbler is an idle talker a toll tail Solomon in Proverbs seems to think a babbler uses wine until his eyes become red still I ought not to complain at your namo you applied it yourself and I ought to bo willing to say Sister you know your- Â¬ self better than I do so I will agreo with you Tho Lords prayer seems to bo a puzzler to you You ask how one who com- Â¬ mits sin can pray that part of tho prayer which says Thy will bo dono on earth as it is in heaven You conclude by saying you would leave that part of the prayer out Please dont do that but read the 18th vorso of tho lost chapter of Revelations and seo tho reason why But yours puzzles mo What do you do with that part of tho prayer which says Forgive us our debts sins as wo forgive our debters Remember you living speak of a person being holy abovo sin wouldnt it bo mockery for that one to pray this part of tho prayer I have heard modern sanctificationists from tho pulpit Bay they had not sinned in five years others In ten and somo even for a longer period whilo this licensed preacher at Cold Spring a mod- Â¬ ern sanctificationist who took another mans wifo away from him and is living with her to day at Shawneetown 111 in open violation of tho civil law and has been for about two years only claim- Â¬ ed to havo lived without sin for about two years Now what about that one who nasnr commuted sin in ion years If ho should get on his knoes onco dur- Â¬ ing tho ten years and pray without ceasing wouldnt ho utter a falsehood in oskingforgivness for sins whon ho had You duro not say not committed any ho may pray that part of the prayer at any time during tho ten years notwith Â¬ standing Christ taught his disciples to pray this prayer without ceasing Then I denounce your ism because it annuls Christs command either you or Christ is mistaken about this matter Christ commanded- - his disciples to pray for their sins forgiven and He also said Yo aro my Wends If yo do whatsoever I command you Your ideal of a true christian knocks Paul clear out of tho ring He said Jesus Christ came into tho world to eavo sinners of whom I am chief Since I have como to think of it tho Lords prayer dont hardly suit you An inspiration forbids that you should cut it shoit rather than do that Id hunt a prayer I could pray w ithout confessing my sins when I hod committed none Let mo seo O yes hero ia one that ia in keoplng with tho whole tenuro of modern sanctification if it isnt sinful to judge folks by the great burden of their God I thank theo that I am not talk Luke 18th chap- Â¬ as other men are etc It is true wo ter 11th and 12th verses cannot all see alike and so we need tho I Christ says different churches am the vino ye are the branches am going to mako you an object of prayer from this yery hour on You surely got your exegesis of tho vine from hearsay or perhaps you got it from that UtUe red back book which I hoped on Iwsty reading of your article waa the new testament but your explanation of tiie vine shows that it could not have beep for the very next word after yoHr quotation is the pronoun lie and I defy you to show that the ohureh isnt repre seated as being the bride of Cbrht It Â¬ If you decide to tako Hoods Sarea parilludo not bo induced to buy any substitute article fake Hoods and only Hoods A NEW NECK Ea- - A Wonderful Surgical Operation stores a Man with a Broken Neck to Perfect Health For years Ohio county has enjoyed tho distiction of being the only placo in America w hero a man whoso neck had really been broken was to be seen going about the every day Job of earning his own living Such has been tho fact here lion over until jealous science robbed us of even this small claim to public notice Several years ago Kick Hocker of McIIenry received an injury which shattered the principal bones of his neck Fortunately tho spinal cord was not infringed upon and his general health was preserved At Louisville he was given medical attontion and finally recovered entirely except that ho had no power to maintain his head erect or to raise it from his breast or to turn it in any way To provide against this disa Â¬ bility ho was furnished with a steel head- Â¬ gear which was fastened to his shoulders and by a band around his head and a complicated contrivance of plates bands and buckles his head was kept upright but he was still without power to turn it or to use the muscles of his neck as others do He was able to do light work however and was always employed at something Last summer he wont to tho Worlds Fair and thero his condition attracted the attention of some eminent surgeons who became interested in his case After an examination of his neck they expressed thoTopjnion that if ho would submit to snoporatlon they could cure him and would do so in the interest of science Ho consented and was taken to a hospital at Hot Springs Ark where an incision was made into his neck and the bones so relocated nbd set that lie was soon ablo to use his neck again as other peoplo do He was at home last week and appeared io bo sound and well churches represent christian men and women and no allusion is made to churches whatever Get you a testament itnlll only cost you ten cents then look this matter up carofully then tell tho readers of tho Nkws honestly whether or not you are correct in saying tho branches represent the different church- Â¬ es It will help the cause of truth along tho causo for which Christ died Wouldnt you think it tho funniest vine you ever saw that would bear toina toes watermelons muskmelons pom granatcs cucumbers cantalopcs and dew berries Every one differing so materially in kind yet their ine Isnt a circumstance to tho ono you tried to poke off on me Now let us see Christ talks about tho church Ho says I will build my church not churches It is true wo cant all seo alike and bo wo need tho different churches You aro waving against tho word of God again You seem to want churches to suit mens prejudices and on that lino there can bo as many churches as prejudices Hear Paul Now I beseech you brethren by tho namo of our Lord Jesus Christ that you speak tho samo things and that there bo no division among you but that yo bo perfectly joined together in tho samo mind and in tho same judg Â¬ ment 1st Corinthians 1st chapter and -- I nm going to give my customers as near a hundred cents worth for tho All Mighty Dollar as any other houso in the country I am going to tear tho Old High TarilTcr into carpet rags I am going to grind tho Old Hundred Percenter into sausage meat I hear tho old Regulars singing Shoddy Stuff is spoken of as being a woman but never I will sell Auction Trash hut come and get some of tho benefit in my Sledge Hammer Prices as being masculine Turn to John 15th you goods 50 per cent cheaper than tho house which buys of runners and makes their customers pay that chapter and begin at the 1st verso and Compare my sledgehammers with these of other concerns read ten verses and seo how clearly tho runners expense and buy on eternal time ths piocTen a oamolp co ciirn FOR CLOTHES I underbuy because I can I undersell because I will GL Nicest Torchon Laces and nicest Edging lowest prices Nicest Inscrtings all prices and qualities 5 per cent cheaper than any other house Ladies Vests prices according to quality I givo bargains in this line Best Hose both Domestic and Imported Come and seo for yourself what drives Dost Patent Socks 3 for 25c Beet Lisle Socks 15 to ioc Best N Y Mills LaundoredShlrts 25 per BURCII Proprietor Mooleyville Ivy Ladies Gents Furnishings Tailoring Ilepresenting ono tho best concerns In tho Fast I can show you sample suits of all tho latest Clay Worsteds Serges and Korsies Guaranteed a fit If measure is not correct and not an exact duplicate of Saniplo suit Ill not want you to take tho suit as I want to treat every ono right Those goods ara of good value guaran I take teed according to price paid your measure and you have a perfect fit otheruise you arc not expected to take the suit Come and examine and Ill make you prices that will suit you Yours Truly Â¬ Groceries Etc Best Granulated sugar 18 and 20 lbs for 100 00 Best grades C sugar 20 lbs for Fancy Groceries are cheaper In propor- Â¬ tion 1 Farming 3Iuchincry Solo agents for all kinds of Fanning Gents Wants Implements 300 horse Double Shovel 210 All plows kept in stock Special prices on Binders and Twine Best Binding Twino at cts per lb Best Sisal at 8J cts per lb Sole agent for the Buckeye Pony Binders and Mowers Come and examine my stock I shall bo pleased to givo you prices and tho very lowest in this line Everything kept in a first class Drug store Terms spot cash or produce G L BURGH 1 1 Best horeo plow all steel cent cheaper than elsewhere 50 75c Best Vnlaundored Shirts 50 and 10 cts Best Working Shirts 35 and 50 eta Best 4 ply Linen Collars all styles and always tho latest 10c 3 for Joe Best 4 ply Cuff per pair 20c Best Cuff supporters per pair 10c Latest cuts m Neckwear Best Silk wide ends only 25 and 35 cts Nicest Cravata 10 and 15 cts d Nicest ties 25 and 35 cts 1 dozen Collar Buttons bone 5 cts Best Elastic Sleeve supporters only 5 cts 4 nico Percalo ties for 5 cts Thk PniDK of the Hall Outfitter G L DUUCII Four-in-Han- Best 1 g l nuitcu 10th verso Now dont Paul knock every kind of fruit oil of that vino but one You seem to know as little of tho nature of a buz Â¬ zard as of tho bible God made the buzzard and gave it lta nature to rid tho earth of its filth and uncleanness You ask Why not say something of tho Nothing but good Goods carried in stock and these aro sold at such a low prico that will attract the Come attention of close huycrs Thcso goods remember aro not shop worn hut fresh clean stock Como and and you will get suited in anything legitimately belonging to a slock of first class goods you will find prices as well as goods always right Will do tho right thing by all my cuttomcrs and friends Terms spot cash or produce Q Ia BURGH ZLvoole37vIllQ ZECr ninety and nlno just men and not pitch I on the one who has gone astray reply becauso tho blblo says Leave tho ninety and nlno and go after tho one that has gono astray Its a wonder you didnt call Christ a buzzard Ho is spoken of in the blblo as a Fountain opened in tho houso of David and to tho house of Jerusalem for sin and unclean- Â¬ Tho good dollar was mado first ness had there never been a christian thero I en Â¬ could not have been a hypocrlt these statements they prove w hat dorse I said abovo that tho old fashion blblo sanctification is tho only article that is With thanks genuino Sinocco Ono might as well try to stem tho rapids of Niagara as to expect perfect There is some excitement prevailing with somo of tho citizens cause 1 by tho frequent visits of ono of our business men to Jollys It is believed that ho is negoclatlng a co partnership with that placo or with some ono near there and if terms can bo met it is thought that the business will bo carried on under the namo of Kirk Jolly Co Wo notico from your correspondence that the word Old Bachelor has gono tho round and received tho comments from different places and whilo reading wo think wo can hear that soft sound so famHarmado by an animal belonging to the foil no family and occasionally it is broken by a hectic cough brought on by rata and ashes Tho reason there aro so many old bachelors Is becauso the old maids have married off My wifo was confined to her bed for over two months with a very severe at Â¬ tack of rheumatism We could get noth Â¬ ing to afford her any relief and as a last resort gavo Chamberlains Pain Balm a trial To our great surprise she began to Improvo after tho first application and by using it regularly she was soon ablo to get up and attend to hor house 13 II Johnson of C J Knutson work Co Kensington Minn 50 cent hot tlen for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky and Klncheloe Meador it Co Har Â¬ dinsburg Ky Special Wo have a big Globe Bone Meal that wo sell cheap Such aro the wonderful feats of medi- Â¬ cal science and such too are sooioi of tho results of the great Fair Whilo many of us who went thero only had our legs pulled Nick had his neck pulled for hfct lasting good Hartford Herald A Broad Bat Truthful Statement Professor Georgeson of tho Kansas propounds tho agricultural college startling inquiry fllas your attention over been called to the fact that when you feed 1000 bushels of corn to a lot of steers you waste 600 bushels of that This seems llko a broad state Â¬ corn ment yet it has much truth in it when said of some of the feeding donoin the west whero manure is not properly saved health whilo a Scrofulous taint exists in the blood Through its alterative and purifying properties Ayers Sarsaparilia removes every vestige of Scrofulous poison from tho blood Bargains This Week In our Closing for Como early for Clothing as wo will mako that lino ono of our specials this week and havo some bargains to offer supply of and Fertilizers KIRK Weather cool and cloudy Give us lots of your tariff reform Corn planting is tho order of the day Mrs Lewis will teach the Spring school here Miss Etta Ball spent Tuesday with her aunt Mrs M Tate Miss Una Pato has beon visiting hor aunt Mrs S S Furrow Miss Maggie Miller spent several days last week visiting in Hardinsburg Win Mattlngly of Glendean was here Thursday on a business trip Mr Glyma represonenative of Creelo A Co groceries of Louisville was here Wednesday hunting our merchants Lonnio Rhodes is smitten with Iowa fever and ho long3 to bid old Kentucky goodby and seek a fortune else where Charlie Sherron has about complotod his now house so you need not bo sur Â¬ prised if you lwar tho wedding bells soon Mrs Wiuchol who lias been confined to her bed for five weeks by disease wo are sorry to say Is but very little better if any at all The farmers have about concluded their talk about damago done by the re cent cold weather and their conclusions are that clover is killed wheat and oat are damaged and tho tobacco crop i not shortened will be lowered In quality The patrons of the school here met on Thursday to make sucb furniture or the school house aa U needed to fill the re Â¬ quirements of the law They think this cheeper than buying from agents that hv bees representing different manu faqtorjea Out M MEYER CO Btiras Ky Sales W W A McQUADY Farmers aro very busy with their Spring work Tho lato freezo got In its work on tho early gardens Miss Alicq Brown of Fordsville Is vis- Â¬ iting Miss Kato Alvy Tho latest cry of tho kids Is Mamma may I go barefooted It is thought that all kinds of fruit aro killed In this vicinity Quito a gay crowd of young ladies call Â¬ ed on Dr Unroll Monday evening Mr Don Rush and famly visited Mr William Ball and fumlly lost Sunday Mr Cliff Duncan visited his brother Eld John D Duncan at Falls of Rough last Sunday Mrs Will Pato and Miss June McQua dy visited Mrs Granville Wilson and Miss Lida Lyons lost Tuesday Misses Annio and Lula DeJernetto Leila Annio and Llllle Jolly Lida Lyons and Jennie McGary woro the guests of Mrs Fred Wetherford Monday evening The annual election of officers was held In tho Corinth Baptist church of this place March 3ist ana kov ji u White was recalled Rev White is a splendid pastor and it is to bo hoped that ho may live many years to labor fn the good cause overyonoiolseandfreqnentlyiover-estl-mate- s - it his worth Tho actor can hide nothing other men fn the community can hide a great deal We aro defending no ono by these Btafetaeatetktt simply tryingto tell tho plain unvaTnfshed truth Tho stageJs nothing more Ui us than one of the fac tors of our social life which wo would criticise with eAndotanda regard for U general welfare But wo must needs bo careful not to overblamo ope class whose faulte we made glaring byiekciwnstancea and ignorevthe fauita of other classes who havejjthe op pomwltyl to epnceal their misdoing Sffeond kite ehargwl that JlioUlieatr is an nnwhblesdmo utlutulanr which cannot fallteW fejekrr U tltk be tni it is a very serious matter Bui is it true It i questJet wlchwh rose U9trarwerforhinelfJ and his answer should govern his conduct If a thing W E We Are Right in It And Dont you Forget It N Stocks upon Stocks N Spring and Summer Goods E No Tho largest variety wo over had Visitors you will find a consideration of hard times houso full of desirablo c Spring and Summer Goods usoless to mention prices thoy aro not in it Our motto for tho then you can not cry hard times coming season IpM TMnyi rv dlfftrtnt Chili could Just Jump on a Utile unarmed band on hor to avoid lenrry of American wtlora and astonish them with her military prowesa Hut when it unit to tho American nation the lost the alow to angerbu t terrible when aroused Uncut Sam was there and t hero was no queatlon but what he Iwas In III worth somethlan after all to be an American Citizen It means a qgou diau The same la true of Dr Fanners Kidney and Dackacha Cure It means erery talng when it ia known and used by thosawho arelnaaed Jfyou are bowed down with kidney dtaeaaet feaaala weakneM or blood Impurities R E A Its L L P T S i Honest Goods Latest Styles Fair Dealings Dresa you woll for Httlo money and good times Mako happy homes If P A P Great Bargain Store PrPriMtf Crtwm Baking1 Pwfer tUstPcrfe M4c together wltn tbalrreauVUofhaAksabeMoiard akin eruptions scrofula dysnesela con atlpatioa the blue weariness hraoteW ery Â¬ sipelas salt rheum or any kindred ad ecttoa ai dswaMjTBMBsatUca dfojjsy eta weil aa Ita uh means m restoration to health an eiaiUa ate florid 4em stMHglb and happiness In beta ItsaaaubeUuf on daok If yoM a la awe4ak a Sotlia Mm to day U Mt looks kat Geo Yeakel DRANDENBURQKY Co E R aln UUartam m itra moaay rttoaUi O Hmnr wNt i nn JWiiwOWIW THEX Breckenridge Jbo D BRROKRNRIDGE NEWS GLOVRRPOBT KY ITS Sfl Via SV jLoroner I i I 70 Battaga News Edlton ui Freprlttn 11 Primary Eleotion Eeturns April 7 1894 J TouiftT Judge u Count CIciT j T Jailer o S 5 S County I I I WEDNESDAY APRIL 1801 M SIX PAGES Owex Cunninoiiam bling In Ills boots IauiiiMiucTR Is puiiciNcrs Â¬ S S C B already trem Clotrnor NnV Nn I to nil of oi They aro nn HaiJImliirit thu Democratic nominees Stephcntt excellent set of fellows every ono of Union mat Mooltjlllt them of tlio season Wtbtter IlirSptlnff llcwleyvlll CloJ tt nS I ill 4 a I g a T t I a ell SJS SIB a 2 S 1 J5 S H 1 rf rt I o I I A 5 5 S o 3 g I J 5 r g J J 3 3 wiPSBv JRs2L t l 12 s 41 44 VJ S VLj SJ 40 41 47 61 7 ti 7 ft I J la M 1 la a III ii l I Ti VI M 1 g f3 tula lie l I a S x 8 1 A I lo la III A QUEKll WOMAN who cannot umlorntancl trio benefit to bo derived from tlio uso of Doctor riercos Favorite Pro- DM you over Tltitlon co A BiCKiy woman wuu oyca clear akin bright nnd rony checks f Or a healthy ono without them I A woman can live In full health do more woric uavo rvVvivvvH ttttffVtttVfVVWVTTTTVTVTTTTTTTTTT - tnoro S a Ill I 1 Ill 31 10 M 9 75 A SI llrt ffl 1 2 X III 2 Ill 15 31 M 17 S S til 31 11 ft II 1 H U i 01 tl II ft f M rt it 11 17 xur WlW 31 o g 1 41 l 21 tl S7 7 tlM 75 76 i 91 J WITH i In III I7J I HjrJy II 21 o I 8 IS 12 H 4 4 1 7 38 27 25 IS 10 23 361 27 22 M 4 2 2 3 42 29 33 WS I 101 5 14 14 1H 0 I 1 K Ill 21 13 21 A 8 31 11 Last Saturdays poll books throw out the slight hint that there are a few Dem Â¬ Cutter Hudson MclUnlelt Itock Vale Majorities 12 29 11 39 18 31 13 10 3 31 C 24 24 11 Hi 3D ai 2 nn XX oi 38 31 fiO 41 iffrti fit 41 43 S 0 7 13 1 15 21 43 31 3 5 9 10 75 321 7 ocrats left in Breckenridgo county not- Â¬ Total withstanding the slaughter of last fall Pluralities and 20 63 M6 113 27 3 159 72 22 fi2 1 18 22 29 24 3 1 8 1 4932 8209 I 47 42 S3 3D 67 CS l 114 123 U3 111 3 311 21J 23 16 2 7 25 4fi0 132 23 10 30 31 27 47 33 fO 06 63d 4U0 7JI2 4037 MK 41 41 33 39 40 31 R 110 119 91 79 77 76 172 52 400 Ml 101 328 109 228 C2S I M Wbon Uie Iwdlly are not reirular tlie woman is delicate A a suntiort lor nerv ous cxbatuicu overwore- lit-l i fa women ivb- an iuikuimhhjj Innl soothing and strengthening nervine besides tho only remedy for lessens jxifii It Its womans chronic weaknesses and Irregulari ties thats pimrnnfml to benefit or cure or the money paid for It refunded If sufTcrinu from Catarrh try Dr Bagos 3o0 reward It you cant bo cured Remody us amount to more by taking the Prescription pleasure V w ssE 4m a lwit M S Â¬ T ALK ABOUT 1J -r- - T That call of tho Republican County Committee to meet in Hardinsburj April 10 is probably to consider what they aro going to do about that 1700 Democratic primary Tiik Kkws wants it distinctly under Â¬ stood that It is not going to throw any mud in this canvass It proposes to make a clean square light for the Democratic nominees and nothing more Ik theres a man in this county who can do more hustling or get over more ground than Carlt Richardson we would like to see him Its not in the books to beat him for County Clerk Compare 1700 the number who voted in the Democratic primary with the paltry rOOwlio took part in the Repub Â¬ lican convention and you will then real- Â¬ ize how much nearer our method comes to getting the true voice of the party In another column will be found an tabular statement of the primary which is as complete as could bo obtained While it is not lull in somo Goes Under few particulars the official count will A Four Days Session of the Dads Tho Union Star Hustler not change tho rrsulta of the County Creates Interesti- Â¬ Tho String With a Milo of Day- Â¬ K0TE8 ng Reading Matter light Bohind Him Somo of tho Hardinsburg voters took camphire in theirs Carlt Itichardson demonstrated his The Delinquent Tax List and Other Nobody Elso is Even a Good Second hustling qualities Subjects Bring Up Many In tho Race for County It will be teacher and pupil against Discussions Court Clerk each other for Clerk next November Judge N McC Mercer received eleven THE CL0VERP0RT BRIDGE Murray Is An Easy Winner for votes in tho Hardinsburg district for Coroner Judge With Opponents The Court of Claims met on Tuesday Many funny things occur on election Far Behind day if a person just had time to laugh of last week and continued in session for four days Tho first day was taken up in at them Â¬ DeJernette For Jailer Cantors Out The fur will fly when Owen Cunning- allowing sundry claims for various pur With tho get to chasing poses that usually come before that body ham and Carlt Richardson Pull THURSDAYS SESSION Â¬ RICHARDSON unofficial Â¬ FISCALJGOURT The court met at 0 oclock with all tho members present Minutes of the previous days business were read and ap- Â¬ proved G W Beard was allowed 15 for services as special Commisioner at tho poor house Ho reported in this con- Â¬ nection that he hod rented out the old jail property at 100 a year The claim of John Kennedy amount- Â¬ ing to 20 for twenty loads of wood for which ho was only allowed 12 was reconsidered and the full amount allow- Â¬ ed Morris Kskridgo 4 Mens - Shoes at IS Why We give you i 300 thebest V Â¬ Under a Heavy Others Distanced The News is freo to admit that it was Board and Brown Both Whip in the very much deceived in the result of the Flank and Board Wins Only Judges race Wc didnt shed tears as By a Neck it is said that our young friend Frank Beaviu did when he learned of his de Â¬ A ROUSING PRIMARY feat but we came devilish near it How- Â¬ ever at this writing we have fully re Â¬ covered and bow gracefully to the will Till TICKET of the majority The ticket is a strong J A 91UUIIAY Couiily JiulBC one from top to lwttom and wo feel more II C ItlClIAUnNONCotuitrClerk than confident ns to its success In 1IIITO IIOAHD Coutlly Atlnriie l It IlUOnrS Sheriff Now let every Democrat November IICJIHMTTR Jnllcr put on his fighting clothes and keep II O liAHM11 Aneiaor second Tuesday in them on until the A A I IIICHT Mirveror November and victory will be ours AVIMIAII i1lltlIV Coroner JS STEPHENSPORT Monday raining gloomy and cold Mr Allen Rollins was in Louisville for a day last week Seems that the cooing of the doves availeth nothing ns winter is still with us Mrs John Weisenburg of Clovcrport is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs W 13 Hanks lawyer Trewitt of Columbia Mo is in town this week to see alwut the old ISenefield proierty on Third ttreot Rev Robert Glasgow of Montana is here for a three mouths study under Rev C V Hartford of the M E church of School was closed Friday on account illness of Prof Cunningham but Monday found him at his post of duty I ast Saturday April 7 was Democratic day in Dreckenridge countv beyond the reasonable chance of any doubt For six weeks the candidates before the Demecratic primary for the various offices had been scouring the county and so complete and thorough had been the canvass that there is not a road or by path in the territory but that had felt the tred of the hoof of a candidates firey each other Judge Board will forever remember that there is sucli a man in Breckenridge county as Gus Brown Joe Buzby says that he voted for Beeler but he will wear a Richardson hat paid for by Thos McClure Republicans who are always boasting of qualifications can now size this ticket up and compare it witli their own It is said that some of the bottle holders at Hardinsburg became so enthused that they wore their spectacles crooked and looked cross eyed It may be easy enough to get a drink of whisky on Sunday but the invariable expression of those who tried it on elec- Â¬ tion day was Blast the luck The election officers of one precinct in the county took tho pains to fill out all the blank forms in their ballot book sign their report and oath of office and then burn the book Joe Buzby tells it on Bill Vessels Tammany that at the M I Mattingly Â¬ WKDNE8DAV t V 0 The Hardinsburg Hotel was another center of information and as fast us re Â¬ turns were received there they were disÂ¬ patched to Clovcrport and distributed along the lino Tho Union Star and Stcphensport returns soon placed Murray Itichardson DeJernette and Drown in tho lead and at 10 oclock p in this order had not been changed with Dig Spring and Hud Â¬ Deafness Cannot belCurerl son yet to be ho ard from Drown howJly local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear ever was leading Hoard for Attorney by only fifteen votes and it was admitted There is only ono way to euro Deafness and that is by constitutional remedies by Mr Drown and his friends that Board These Deafness is caused by an inflamed con- Â¬ would win by a small majority dition of tho inucons lining of the Eu predictions were proved to be true Sunday stachian tube When this tube gets in Â¬ morning This was the only close race flamed you have a rumbling sound or and Drown is actually surprised at him- Â¬ imperfect hearing and when it is entire- Â¬ self He was comparatively a stranger ly closed Deafness Is tho result and un Â¬ but it seems that ho made a good imless the Inllamation can betaken out and pression everywhere he went and his this tubo restored to its normal condi race is a phenomlnal one Ho is a rattling good fellow an educated gentleman tion hearing will be destroyed forever nino cases out of ten aro caused by ca and a Democrat that can always bo de Â¬ tarrh j which is nothing but an inflamed pended upon to bo at his post This race is a feather in his cap even if lie condition of tho mucous surfaces Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for is defeated and the future lias honor any caae of deafness caused by catarrh and wealth in store for him that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Many lcrsons Are kokafl dawn from overwork cr household Cure Send for circulars free Brown Iron Hitter 1 J Chb nky Co Toledo O rebuild tha iTtm alJa dgUoo rcwoYM ex BeLSold by Druggist 76c mm o Ute b4 cum tniUrU 01 Uw fcsuUtft Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Misses Nellie and Jennie Miller spent Saturday and Sunday at their home in Sample accompanied by Misses Lena Payne and Myra Hanks We now have spring hats and bon Â¬ nets in the very latest shapes and styles as Miss Georgia Hawkins after a weeks stay in the city has returned with a full line Mrs Sam K Hank and daughters Viva and Allinc of Penn are expected here this month to spend the summer with her parents Mr nnd Mrs II Lay and relatives The Primary caused but very little ex Â¬ citement in town Saturday and tho got left candidates realized at a late hour that they were not in it and the victor ious ones are smiling ready for flic next degree of hand shaking Mr and Mrs M Blain and sons Mess Â¬ rs Kirby Arthor nnd William have re Â¬ turned from Florida to spend tho Summer The boys brought with them n number of baby aligators which are quite a sight to some of us we not being used to beholding them in their infancy Sirocco I beg leave to borrow tho loan of a large slice of your nerve and wit to enable me to likewiso demand two or three columns of our Editors valuable paper criticising and ridiculing my neigh- Â¬ bors in every act of theirs Just think of it even your good old farmer dtro not do so harmless a thing as ride or drive his favorites Buck and Berry to town without being writ up Its reallydan gerous to bo safe in your neighborhood and yoube you he she or it need some Â¬ thing or some body to stop your mad career before it is everlastingly too late Hut you aro all right Sirocco not a lino of space do we envy youbut anxious- Â¬ ly look forward to tho time when the Biieckeswugi News will bo ono full sheet of unadulterated Sirocco Â¬ Â¬ steed In every Held every farm house every every store piece of new ground d every shop the solicitous songof oflice seeker had been sung Last Saturday was tho day of the bat Â¬ tle of tlie ballots and it dawned fair and bright though in the afternoon it was raining 15y sun up hundreds of bravo Democratic warriors armed with sword and lance ranging in size from half pints to quarts were on their way to the various scenes of battle As the canvass had been so complete everybody was looking for a fair vote to be polled but they were not prepared to believe that more than 1700 true sons of Jeflerson and Jackson would march to the i Kills and express their choice as to what they thought would be tho best and strongest ticket next November making tins the largest primary ever held in the county Everything was quiet and orderly not a single disturbance having been heard of in the county The candidates and their friends worked hard all day with Â¬ out ceasing as there was no way of knowing what the result would bo until the polls were closed and the ballots counted Immediately after 4 oclock p in poli- Â¬ ticians began to assemble at the office of Hon DIt Murray Chairman of the County Committee to await tho arrival Of course those of Clo-of the returns verport were the first to be received and with them came the first surprise when it was knowffthat Carlt Richardson had carried the Third ward over Frank ISeavin and that lleavin had carried the city by only thirteen votes The next surprise came from Hardinsburg when it was learned that Murray had carried that place over Habbage for Judge At night the crowd assembled in the lobby of the Ileyser House where disÂ¬ patches wero received from every tele phono and telegraph office in the county and tho information distributed to other thesilv-ery-tongue- places The Court convened promptly at 9 oclock with all tho members preeent The first business was the delinquent list offered by Sheriff Rhodes who asked This claim for an allowance of 41800 brought out a spirited discussion in which a majority of the members took a part joined in by a number of jiersons who were not members Squire Jarrett was in favor of allowing tho claim for the reason that there were n great many lists in tho county that were not collectable A number of people have left the county and a still greater number aro wholly unablo to pay They have no money to pay w ith Ho thought it would be a great hardship on tho sheriffs nnd tho poor tax payers ns well to compel tho she riff to go out and forco collections Ho was In favor of making tho sheriff a liberal altowanceand moved the adoption of the proposition Harned and Judge Squires Black Adkisson opposed the proposition and spoke in opposition to it Squire Black inivioUanniii loou Priiav thought there was not a man in the iiiiirv im mum iUmJM vWu John Blacklock introduced Vessels to county who was not ablo to pay 150 the cattle pens when he made the follow poll tax and Squire Harned was of the Fellow citizens I am an sanle opinion They were in favor of ing speech humble revenue man from Breckenridge allowing tho sheriff a liberal list but county and I am going home to morrow tliey thought the amount asked lor was to cast my vote for John Beeler as tho entirely too large Judge Adkisson thought tho list en Democratic nominee for County Court Clerk I consider you all as personal tirely too largo and it would be a re- Â¬ friends of mine and I want to say that I flection on the tax payers of the county will deem it a personal favor if you will to say that there were 1200 men in the all get out to the polls and cast your suf Â¬ county who were not ablo to pay a 150 Continuing ho said ho was 70 Ves- Â¬ poll tax frage for my favorite candidate sels says that it is true that he did make years old and if it was necessary he could the speech that there were just four go out and work at 50 cents a day and hundred head of cattle In those pens mako the money to pay his tax There and that the returns of the primary show is a certain amount of money to be raised that they all to a steer were at tho elec- Â¬ to pay the expenses of tho county and h thought all should bear their portion tion and voted as he had requested It was working a hardship on tho men who were able to pay The Meade county primary resulted Mr Eskridge as Attorney for Mr as follows County Judge S P Wool Rhodes spoke at length in favor of the folk 4S3 votes H C Rawlings 108 J proposition saying that it would work a V Vessels 224 County Clerk R II great g hardship on the honest WP Nevitt 708 J R Willett 250 tax payers who were getting only 50 Mattingly 181 Sheriff R P Hagan cents day for their woik and they were a 070 II P Jones 418 Jailer II II not able to get work all the time even at Harringto no opposition County At- Â¬ these low wages Ho said taking tho torney Thomas II Hamilton no oppo- hard times into consideration the large sition Assessor T Bland no opposi- Â¬ number of men out of employment all tion over the county and the number who To the Democracy of Breckenridge had been compelled to leave the county on account of no work he thought it County would be justice to the sheriffs and the Fellow Citizens To those who sup- people in particular to make the sheriff ported me in my late race for County a liberal allowance and ho was of the Atty lam thankful To the will of the opinion that the amount asked aim not majority I bow in submission With my too large most earnest solicitation that you stand Messrs B F John Alexander firmly by the Democratic Nominees I Beard G W Beard and Hon Will fall back with the Boys In tho trenches Miller took part in the discussion from whence I came These gentlemen were in favor of a lib-Â¬ Respectfully Yours eral allowauco to tho sheriff and spoke in Gus Buown a very conservative way both for the Notice Republican County Commlteemen sherilTand the tax payers Squire Martin moved to amend Mr You are hereby notified to meet at Hardinsburg Monday April 10th Coun Â¬ Jarretts motion by making the amount ty Court day to attend to some Impor Â¬ 1000 list or equal to 1500 which was tant business let every committeeman seconded Squire Harned proposed COO but withdrew it be in ills place Fit a sic Habwell chairman A vote was finally taken on Squire Martins amendment which resulted in A Short Notice for Peace 7 yeas and 4 nays Tho original motion Mil EniTon In answer to tho sum Â¬ was then carried as amended and the mon by Babbler I sally forth clad in all amount of 1500 was allowed 10 per cent of which is paid by the sheriff to the armor of peace Isnt it strange that humanity is so thu county making the net amount of frail that it will summon a Ghost from delinquent list 1320 Its lovely habitation for no other pur- Â¬ A claim of 135 was allowed for tho pose than to command peace laying of tho new pavement around the I am for peace but they aro for war court houso square an improvement which every tax payer who has a spatk War and love are strange compeers War aheda blood and love hedi lean of county prido in him is justly proud hard-workinÂ¬ Â¬ Judgo Adkisson was allowed 15 and 5 for services as com- Â¬ AT missioners to build tho sidewalk around tho coart houso Judgo Board very generously contributed his services It was ordered that tho commissioners appointed at tho last term of the court to let a contract for a bridge across Beech Fork at Pates mill bo continued and that they go ahead advertise and let a contract for tho building of samo at a cost not exceeding 440 A covered wooden bridge was recommended Squire Hainbleton presented his re port on tlio Uloverport bridge- - lie was instructed by tho last court to have the bridge examined by somo competent person In accordance with his instruct- Â¬ ions he wrote tho King Bridge Co to send a man to examine it and the follow- Â¬ ing is his report Dudley Hamhletov 3 P Cloverport Ky De An Snt In accordance with your request we have made a careful examin- Â¬ ation ot the Cloverport bridge nnd beg leavo to submit tho following report and recommendation Upon examination we find the bridge to bo in fairly good condition but with- Â¬ out tho necessary capacity to carry with safety the present traffic While the bridge is not to be considered safe for the present traffic as it stands it is not in bad condition and would Btand years could the traffic be reduced to nn amount which ordinarily travels over a country At Cloverport this bridge is in road constant uso carrying loads passing in either direction day and night ami con- Â¬ sequently it is frequently called upon to carry more weight than is safe We have prepared n pan which is hereto at- Â¬ tached which shows how the bridge can bo re inforced so that it will be perfectly By this plan we recommend an safe entire new floor system consisting of 17 rolled solidteel I beams 18 panels of bottom laterals a new system of top laterals bracing consisting of 5 new head streets and four panels of ton laterals We will rebuild the bndgo in this manner and paint all tho iron work for the sum of 2 000 This price does not include a replacement of tlio wood floor and joists out contemplates that this work will be done by your county It would be more satisfactory for you to do this work yourselves as there is a large quantity of good flooring and joist in the bridge now which you could use again We earnestly recommend that you rebuild this bridge as it is entirely unsuited for the present heavy tiaflic Hoping that this report will be satisfact- Â¬ ory wo remain Yonrs respectfully at that Price Vest U o ZZflHHflHHIHHBHHMHBHi Chas B 0 T Skillman ALL KINDS OF-- j INSURANCE 1 It was Morris Contracting Agent ordered by tho court that Mr By V The Kiso Bridge Co Sam Davis of McDanlels was oxhon orated from paying poll tax in tho future Dear Sisters1 do not abuse tho sanctity A petition from the Cloverport School of your profession by going to war or War haa ipeara and love baa darts War breaks heads and love hrtaks hearts By all means Dear Brothers and of court Now Ghosts like women when de- Â¬ prived of tho power of speech seize a pen and so I take this method of com Â¬ manding peace My name ia neither Bab Trunx or Babbler but for reasons best known to myself I sign my best name Very Respectfully Banoqs Ghost Chas Compton John Avitt and Jaa P Stewart Bheriffs of the eloctlon at 8tephenport Union Star and Webeter came down Monday Ui return their bal Â¬ lot books to the County Chairman The Mooleyvllle Sheriff did sot eowe Board asking tho court to place tho levy for school purposes at 25 cents on tho 100 worth of property and 150 poll tax In said district was granted and the levy made Mr Geo A Cubbage of Leltchfleld presented claims amounting to 23 due certain merchants of Leltchfleld for work done on Peter Cave bridge rejected Mr Johnson Dean was before the court with a petition signed bya number of citiaena in the Glendeane district ask iug or a bridge over Daniels creek near that place On motion Geo Hook and Joe Mattingly were appointed com- mkl oners to look into the matter and I report to the next court Hambleton employ an expert bridge man have tho bridge tightened up painted and restored to its original capac- Â¬ ity Col Zack Green was exonorated from paying poll tax EYKXINO session Mr Monarch reported settlement with Sheriff for Cloverport School District It shows a balance of S38 38 due tho dis-Â¬ trict for the levy of 1893 also settlement with ex Sheriff J S DeJernette This settlement showed a balance due for tho year 1891 Common School District No 1 of 10738 also balanco duo the same district of 44771 for the year 1892 and a balance due tho county for the year 1892 of 130008 Tho Commissioner was ordered to take steps to collect balance due common school districts and the county Morris Eskridge was retained as Com missioner and receiver and tiled his bond with Allen M Klncjieloc John P Has well and Rosco Eskridge as surities John E Monarch presented settlement with Shcriffwhich showed a balancedue the couuty 320503 samo was received and the amount ordered paid to tho Commissioner and Receiver said Com- Â¬ missioner to apply same to the payment of the bonded debt of tho county WcsBatywas exonerated from pay Â¬ ment of poll tax in the future Morris Kskridgo was allowed 125 for services as County Commissioner and Receiver Tho county levy was placed at 20 cents on 100 worth of property and 150 poll tak J E Monarch waa allowed 100 for services as clerk of tho Fiscal Court Claims of officers of election magis trates claims for attending the Fiscal Court and tho eateries of the county oflicera for six months were all put through In double quick time Â¬ Wanted 2d day of April Witt it Mendor will positively sell for Cash or Produce We quote a few prices Hoosier Cotton at 5c per yd All Calicoes at 5 and 5jc Dress Goods 7J 8J lOand 2c A 1 Dress Goods at 22Jc All kinds of Dress Goods reduced in price to suit purchasers Come in and see for yourself Every Man Woman and Child in HardinsMrg to Know that on l11 And after the Witt Meador 1 Hardinsburg Ky Pezeons D Indebted to Witt cash of note Meador will please come in and settle either by MEADOR WITT This on motion was reconsidered and the araouut placed at 10 ccnta on the 100 There being no worth of property further business the court then adjourn- Â¬ ed to meet again tho first Tuesday in October next H WILSON AND SALOON Hotel Feed Stable Bewleyvllle Ky i BEWLEYVILLE The court then adjourned to meet at 030 a in Friday to read and approve the minutca in time to take the early train for home Fridays shmon The members were all on hand at the stated hour 030 Clerk J E Monarch read the minutes which were approved HII1 At wAtH f me -- I nun mo caewimirti ut 4- iwuer fHuntig the county levy at 90 centi on the f 108 1-- Tho primary passed off very quietly at this place SOLICITING FOR Mr Will F Paul left Wednesday for C Clinton Mo Protective Mr Alfred Payne visited Hardinsburg AND Saturday and Sunday Mr O V Pennington and wtfe have Collection Agency returned from Louisville after a weeks visit THIS IS NO HUMiUG Rev Buck Morganof Missouri ia visit Â¬ ing friends and relatives here and in the BIG PAY TO THE RIGHT vicinity KMdiartm BQWLIM fiREEN KY Mrs Gas Dowell and Mlaa Eva Rich Â¬ ardson Ekroa were the guest of Mrs A Bennett Friday j The marriage af Mr Me II Richard Â¬ Two jura oU will bo thrM June it iSoi son and Mhw Katie Surekbardt ia an Â¬ Black with all IfltilHli 14 handi MV vary nounced to take ptoe at the M r Jjllah an1 Itiihlt VwJ Far furUu fefoma ohuren April 11th at 4 tfwik p HnriilUUnMlfliHi4jH Agents Wanted Lovings J JACK FOR SALE WH1IAM KKAHD lUr4lawg Ky Mill UMlgjHM - OVERLAND WITH THE BRRGKMRIDQR NEWS GLOYERPORT KY Easy to Take and keep two in quick succession and nt the SIROCCO second shot wo thought our couinulo rather winced Mr George Adams littlo sixteen Another instant would havo brought tho combatants together when tho red months old boy died tho second Inst warrior threw down his bow nnd wo Miss Lolllo llcrrytnan is visiting her saw tho gleam of steel as ho poised his brother-in-laEd Miller and family tomahawk in a last bravo effort at de Â¬ at Orell Ky fense useless weapon futllo valor in Ex Vivian of Messenger fame Is vis- Â¬ such n fiirhtt iting at tho homes of Messrs James I lay lies and 11 11 Shauklctt C Mrs Elizabeth Current Is expecting Funk- Salllo Mrs her daughter Ind homo for hotisor who resides at a visit Jack Wrights old cow camo up tho other day with tho prettiest little bossy you ever saw and his plggie wiggles 0 my 1 wouldnt attempt to count em Walton and Lock Gray Gabo Board Charlio Shacklett and Henry Morgan have relumed from tho Normal college at Hardinsburg From Honrys account ono would judge that Hardinsburg Is Ho the placo to get your education ardently praises Prof Hayncs and tho wholo fraternity I regrcat to learn of tho Illness In our The quick cal mvaqc threw hlmtclfjtat alomj the off ultle of htt pout sister Brandenburgh correspondents uno more bound ot tlio mitre another May Ho Who doeth all things powder flush and only tho whito man family well assist in a hasty recovery to health lived to hear tho pistols report Answering our exultant though faintTho compositor is responsible for at ly heard cheers by a wavo of his hand least ono mistake In my letter last week Elliot quickly dismounted gathered up where ho had It ten thousand In place as trophies tho amis and accouterments of two thousand I should not havo of tho dead man and pony picked up his mentioned it only it gives smart clles a own riflo and started on his roturn But now from out tho narrow pass clianco to crow That was changed on Ten thousand persons read yelling liko demons and mad with fury purpose rushed nine mounted Apaches bent on thd Breckenriimib News every week cutting off tho conquerors retreat and Ed avenging their slain comrade On noThe howl that is set up from a certain ticing this demonstration Elliot coolly stopped and deliberately reloaded his ri- quarter reminds mo of a little dog I flo and tho ono empty chamber of his re-Â¬ once owned I couldnt induce him to volver whilo wo tho wholo 13 of ns sal Â¬ tako hold of anything until somo one lied out on foot to act as circumstances elso had taken hold then ho would run might roquiro For a littlo way tho In- up and snap and jump back just raised dians rode in a bunch then took open cane but was too much of a coward to order nnd ranged themselves directly hold 6n Ho was such a deceitful and across tho lino which Elliot would nat- Â¬ worthless purp I took my gun and urally take to reach camp Matters looked rather serious for the blow his brains out O wad somo power tho Glftio gio us young man but no experienced plainsman To see ourselves as others see us could havo behaved more cluverly than ho now did Instead of dashing off It wad frao monlo a blunder freo us at onco with his lialf blown mare ho And foollsu notion walked hor quietly until within 200 yards God In His infinite wisdom will judgo of the waiting bucks by which timo she had recovered her wind Then giving people according to tho amount of brains Those who havo her tho rein he mado a wido sweep on that they possess tho open plain and led tho savages a nono of course will not havo to account merry chaso around and around playing for what thoy havent got It would be with them as ho pleased until nt lust liko praying for the forgiveness of sin whon frantic with baffled rage he lured that they had not committed So I dont them within long rango of our rifles boys shoot to killl yelled think it worth while foe McDanlols him Now Dick Harding and wo all fired together or her whatever it is to give itself any knocking over four warriors and three uneasiness it Isnt In tho least danger ponies whose riders wero untouched Our pcoplo nro looking down in tho Bofore we finished reloading however mouth The recent cold snap has taken the three dismounted braves had caught the ponies of their fallen friends and the tho stiffening out of their under lip fivo survivors leading ono riderless Tho early bird instead of catching the worm caught its nest lull of snow They pony mado good their escape Whilo we wero congratulating Elliot will of course nest again and the farmers on his generalship somo of us noticed will have to sow again Tho county Is that ho bore on his person a rather novel gradually recovering from a sickly hue ornament in tho shape of nn arrow pro- Erins favorite color Is again brightening truding from his left side Examining moro closely wo fouud that our hopes If there is nothing in this to suit the the missile had merely pierced the flesh outsido his ribs and that its barbed head whims of a fastidious mind cast your after plowing its way beneath six inches eyes over in another column Wo cant of muscle was now lodged against the all eeo alike inner back of his flannel shirt O Gypsio Maid If you only had Carefully cutting off tho feathered s tho heart-ach-c- s end Charlie Blako drew tho shaft clear known tho through and out of tho wound That and tho that I havo suf-Â¬ was a pretty closo call Hugh said fered whilo ousting tho old depredating Fred Bronson cow and sow you never would have har- Â¬ Closo enough carelessly replied the young stoic and in this caso a miss bored for one moment tho thought that isnt quito as good as a mile for I sup 1 was Thinker poso that confounded hole will feci kind Whoop co der dog was howl all night of Bore for a day or two Ho sees der faco In der moon mit der tongue stiken out mlt blood on der end CHAPTER IH of it Ho barks une howls uno wags After collecting tho weapons of the hlsrdail une dont vas happy von lectio dead Indians wo returned to tho wagons and again led the horses out to pasture bit Derleedlo Demogratlc buppy docs For a time they fed quietly but by and look squaro at der moon mit a vonder by ono of them Old Whitoface who bow gumro so hexbression bcamen had once before crossed tho plains sud- Â¬ fordh Do eyes were vide open now but denly raised his hoad pricked np his oars da nil gant sco erlike and qnivered in evory limb as if scont Qur old playmate now Ilev Buck inc dancer Morgan delivered an Interesting sonnon TO I1E CONTINUED at Oak Grove school house Sunday the lsti Inst and will preach at New High- Â¬ He land the third Sunday tho 15th will leavo coon afterward for his Hold of Ho has caro of six labor in Msssouri churches in that part of tho moral vino- yard Though full of life and vigor he is not tho Buck ho used to bo when he and I and lots of other kids rodo the lying dutchman down in tho old apple Wo wero goodns then orchard wernt wo Buck Im a goodn yet Wo but dont mean any harm by it cant all see alike so we scatter over the world and meet again onco in awhile at our childhoods happy home down on the farm and then what a good old Mr D E ThomaB linhd shaking wo indulgo in But it XvMvineWcstYa dont last long our business and duty calls us away wo part alas I somo nev- Â¬ er meet again on tho shore of this life but pleasant reminiscences follow us From Loss of a Limb hither and yon Ere long in four or Dreadful Caso of Whito Swelllng five months tho Sirocco scribo will A Perfect Cure probably be sending in news from cot- Â¬ One ot the moat serious forms ot scrofula and ton land most difficult to oure Is that ot white one o KENTUCKY ASPHALT GREGORY WHARFMASTERS Â¬ CO KENTUCKY KIT CARSON by w r v 0Ho3yLSO3sr Â¬ the system in Perfect Order Tho Mines in Brcckcnridge County Are Beginning to Attract AttenCL0VERP0RT tion Also Wholesale and ItcUtl Dealers In AlXfeto 1 Cumin wits tlminldrstruck Outwit ted by tlieBO miserable skunks at lust he bitterly niomieJ As for tho young husband nnrt Ills friend Frank they wero Uko men bereft of reason and tho former literally toro his hair in tho extremity of grief and imotcnt anger Wo afterward learned that this little band under tho snbehief Lono Wolf and led by that warrior in person had Mbccn camped on tho bank of a stream a milo or bo from us and hearing our first volley had ridden down to tho wagons but seeing how the fight was going had not dared to take part in it nor even wasto timoin getting at our horses con tenting themselves by carrying off tho women whom they found standing out Â¬ side tho corral listening to tho sounds of battle Almost in a moment Kit Carson was himself again and tho mans sternly set calm faco was a perfect study as ho is Â¬ sued his clear incisive orders You four men Wells Secord Aus- Â¬ tin and Wilkinson will saddloup reload rifles and revolvers take water bottles and three pounds each of hardtack along and start with mo in five minutes You other 14 men will stay right hero i two auya it wo clont rutin u sooner and keep tho stock alive at all haz- I rds Thoso whipped Apaches will hardly I ttack again but youd better stick to sump as closo us possible If wo dont got back by the morning of tho third day youll know wovo gone under Then push ahead to first military post and get a new guide All ready men Then mount Tho reds are making for tho mountains and wovo got a long chase be fore us Good by boys and before the flvo minutes wero up Kit and his com Â¬ rades hud galloped away Tho savages were two miles ahead and were doublo the number of their pursu Â¬ ers but we know that tho latter would rescue the captives or die in tho attempt Carson was a host in himself und we had littlo fear of the result The only question wub Could our eastern bred torses run down the tough Indian ponies and do it in time For it was u mutter of vital importance to the well being of tho women that their brutal captors should not be permitted to halt for oven a half hour Wo who were left watched our fivo gallant comrades until they wero lost in tho distance and then prepared to pass the remainder of tho night or rather tho first hours of tho morning in obtaining much needed rest Feeling certain that the ambushed Indians would not again molest us unless themselves re enforced wengreed to keepgnurd turn and turn about ono man at a timo whilo tho others slept On drawing lots tho first watch happened to fall to me and with my riflo on my lap I seated myself in a position commanding a clear viow to tho edge of tho canyon I had not been 10 minutes on duty when thojond snoring of my tired com- Â¬ panions proved that they were already buried in profound slumber ond 1 smiled to think how easily men bocomo famil iurized to danger It was now past 2 oclock Tho days wero at their longest and tho sun would rise at 20 minutes past 4 As it would bo nearly daylight at the expiration of my watch I deter- Â¬ mined not to disturb tho fellows at all but to lot them sleep until they Bhould awako of their own accord Ono of them an embryo surgeon had put a couplo of stitches in my cut cheek and tho wound was painful enough I thought to drive away nil drowsiness By and by as I sat comfortably on one of tho wagon poles that peculiar dark- Â¬ ness which precedes tho dawn camo over the landscape and I congratulated my Â¬ self on feeling so alert and wide awake Only a moment afterward as it seemed to me 1 looked around in positivo af- Â¬ fright I could havo sworn that I had never closed ray eyes and yet tho sun was now nbovo tho bdrizon Stranger still every last one o tho fallen Indians had been carried away I had slept on my post with a veugeauco and doubtless nothing but tho fear of p possible interruption in their supposed sacred duty of securing their dead had prevented tho savages from slaughtering every man of us I felt uncommonly mean and cheap at my own negligence but mado a clean breast of it so soon as my comrades waked up None of them roproached me however each ono generously blam Â¬ ing himself for having slept so soundly through it all Dont you suppose Will said Dick Harding that tho Indians have been re enforced Surely the 14 we drove into tho gulch could not have got away with 20 corpses in that short time I dont beliovo thoy have Dick J replied oven 10 men about tho num ber of the umvounded warriors could easily removo tho bodies in two hours They were scattered along you know all the way from here to tho canyon If the reds had been numerous enough to fight and tako care of their dead too wo would not bo albre to talk of it They got such Bsurpriso on their first attack that I guess thoy thought wo might be playing possum again and wero only too glad to got away without another battle Getting their dead comrades out of tho hands of any enomy is consid- Â¬ ered an Imperative duty among these plains Indians Theyre superstitious on this point abovo all others and will risk everything rather than leave their killed and wounded behind said Harding reflectively Well the devil himself la not imito so black as hes painted Even these murderous villains possess some virtues it seems But WW the horses must bo taken to water at once Thoyre beginning to 1 Â¬ wo heard no shooting from tho direction of tho river but three quarters of an hour passed away and our men hud not returned Shortly afterward however thoy hovo in sight riding very slowly and apparently bearing sotuo kind of burdens strapped on tho backs of tho three led horses Tho coast being clear wo walked out to moot them and soon to our infinite horror saw that their sad freight con sisted of tho scalped scorched and mutilated bodies of six whito men I In a littlo hollow closo to tho river bank our comrades told us thoy had found tho irons of two recently burned wagons and mixed with them tho charred remains of what a few hours before had doubtless been n party of hopeful emi- Â¬ grants Whether butchered by tho band which had abducted tho women or by that which hod attacked us they could not tell Neither could wo bo suro that the unfortunato party had contained only bIx men Others there may havo been now prisoners in tho hands of tho mer Â¬ ciless Apaches and reserved for hellish tortures Whilo digging graves in order to give tho pitiful fragments decent burial tiono of us could refrain from shuddering as wo thought of tho cruel fate which had overtaken tho hapless travelers and re- Â¬ flecting how easily that fate might havo been our own wo bitterly regretted that we had left a single savugo alive Churlio Blako exactly voiced tho gen Â¬ eral sentiment when ho said I only hopo thoso hellhounds may pitch into us again If they do not a mothers son of them shall escape this time And remember boys added Dick Harding thoso innocent women are in tho power of just such scoundrels Its an awful business put in Hugh If Kit Carson fails io rescuo Elliot tho girls all tho gold in California wont comfort Secord no nor Frank Austin either He wont fail confidently rejoined Blako Hell bring thorn back all right Why Ive read some boo if he dont where that Kit single handed once fol- Â¬ lowed n squad of six Indians for fivo days killed every man of them and saved a whito woman and her baby Yes Cha- - Ho said Elliot but on another occasion when ho and his party had wiped out all but ono of a band of Apaches that ono tho Instant before ho was himself shot down cut tho throat of a woman prisoner whom tho villains had tied and hidden behind a bush be Â¬ fore tho whites overtook them While thus conversing wo reverently smoothed tho earth over tho humblo graves of our murdered countrymen for tidings of whom relatives and friends perhaps wives and sweethearts would long wait in vain no book paper scrap of writing by which tho bodies might havo been identified having been found by our men All had been consumed or carried away and who and whenco wero the victims of this ono among scores of similar waysido tragedies might never bo known yet over all in tho azure vault of a heavenly sky tho sun shono as brightly wandering birds soared as joyously as if the demoniacal passions of men had never stained with the blood of their follows the rolling surfaco of this vast solitude Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ head-ach-e- v Wishing to economize our dry feed as much as possible wo led tho horses about tho middle of tho afternoon a lit-Â¬ tlo way out on the plain to graze It was very pleasant to see how greatly tho animals enjoyod the sweet buffalo grass after their 24 hours deprivation They had fed for somo minutes and wo were interestedly watching them and tho mouth of tho pass by turns when wo saw a single mounted warrior ride out of tho latter and speed away northward parallel to tho courso of the canyon It nooded but this to convinco us that so far from having beonro enforced the savages were only now dispatching an onvoy to summon help and wo instantly realized that the salvation of our wholo party depended upon tho arrest of this messenger Among our stock there was a thoroughbred mare exceedingly fleet of foot but not taken by Carson on his presumably hard rido bpenuse of her ten- Â¬ der ago At tho momentwo caught sight of tho flying Indian Hugh Elliot was holding tho rein of this beautiful creature Quick as a flash ho put the tem porarily displaced bit in her mouth snatched up his rifle sprang to her back and was off liko tho wind When tho warrior first emerged from tho pass he was of courso 800 yards from us and although riding furiously he was not much farther away now as his route lay alongside tho canyon which might bo said to form thobaso of a right angled trianglo of which the line from tho wagons to the pass was tho perpen dicular and that between him and us tho Along this latter Hugh hypothenuse Elliot was now racing at a flight of speed so rauoh greater than that of his enomy that it becaino at once evident tho chaso would not bo along ono Probably no other horse in our outfit could have out Â¬ run that swift pony but it was no match for the blooded mare each ono of whoso sweeping strides lessened the distance beÂ¬ tween them Boforo pursuer and pursued had gono a lialf mile the former had gained quito 160 yards and was then within possible Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 In speaking of paving material tho Louisville Post has the following to say of our usphalt mines On tho lino of tho Louisville SU CATHARTIC PILLS Louts Texas road flfty soven miles A specific for from Louisville in Brcckcnrldgo coun- Â¬ Headache ty Is a deposit of asphaltum rock of Constipation and great value Dyspepsia Bullalo has threo miles of streets mado of this asphaltum rock Tho streets Every dose havo been down threo years and give perfect satisfaction They aro smooth flexible Cosily cleaned and become moro compact from exposure In Buf Alt Taylor Is having the front of his falo bids for this street aro received on store house changed It will look very tho samo terms and it answers tho samo much improved and bo a great deal requirements as tho Barber asphalt handler A gentleman is in Louisville to day Mr Harvey Paul Big Spring was the on his way homo from BrecKenrldgo guest of Curran Kasoy this week Mr county who says 10000 tons of this rock Paul has been through a spell of typhoid will bo called for in Buffalo and tho Hast this year and ho is now making and looks badly John Priest who has been under med Â¬ arrangements to ship that quantity Philadelphia has experimented with ical treatment In Louisville has return- Â¬ Â¬ ed home greatly benefited Thoro Is tho rock and tho results aro entirely satisfactory nnd in a littlo while this prom Â¬ now every prospect of a permanent cure ises to contribute very largely to tho ton Tho frost did not do as much damage age of the 1 ouisvillt1 St Lois Texas to crops in this section as was at first fear Â¬ road ed Tobacco plants arc scarcely Injured Ten thousaudtous will beshipped this thero will be enough left to set n largo season and each year the business is cer Â¬ crop tain to increase Tho womans prayer meeting met at Tho subject is one of importance to Mr G T Mercers at holf past 2 oclock Louisville not simply because it aug Â¬ Friday afternoon From now on It will bo ments the tonage of one of its railroads held regularly every Friday at llio samo but because tho city needs more than hour anywhero elso a cheap paving material Fred Kayo Vino Grove showed his Certainly if Buffalo is satisfied Louis- Â¬ face to his friends in our town last Satur- Â¬ ville might mako an experiment to de day the first time since his mother lived termine its value In this climate hero some seven years ago Then he MAY WANT IT FRANKFORT was a frequent visitor While Frankfort has an inchoate Idea Mr Eleazer Nicholas wife and baby of making vitrified brick streets what John Robert Slaton Clovcrpott are in harm would thero bo in looking into tho It hits Hosetta visiting mother and father It Breckenridrlo county asphalt Is tho first visit of baby Slaton who was been tried at Buffalo N Y for a num received with much pride by aunts and ber of years and found to bo n complete The Capital success uncles Preaching at tho Flat by our regular pastor Ilro Cundilf at threo oclock on Saturday beforo tho Fifth Sunday in Cornrllj wirklr liy luiiilirey A I infer Im April and at cloven on tho Sunday fpl ihuv tonimliifcioii Slcrihunlii syiSiitriul Mtict lowing Brother Georgo Moiris will Mlln mil Mirkit lmitivlllr Ky give us a talk on religious matters on tho LOUISVILLE KY April V IbU second Sunday in May at eleven oclock Shipper should mark all paoktse plainly Citizens please do not let our church with shipper name and post office addresi fall through after going this far on the BUTTER II IS road Tho church cant build itslf Choice country 12 Medium Wo are tho ones to push tho matter nnd Common -8 wo are tho interested People aro not Creamery 2t EOQS inclined to help thoso who will not help 9 Freh themselves BEANS 1 75 to 1 86 picked hand Mr Sam Kasoy and wife Irvington Michigan Navy 1 60 to 1 8b ndlaoa visited Mrs Malinda Kasoy tho mother Old or Common and colored 1 00 to 1 20 of Mr Sam Kasey Monday Tho occaDKIED APPLES AND PEACHES 5Ji to sion was tho eightieth birthday of Mrs Apples choice bright quarters Apples average 4f to 5 Kasoy Several of her children thought Apples old 4 to 5 of tho day and visited her at tho samo Peaches new timo It was quite a nico littlo timo Peaches old 35 Mrs Kasoy regrets that all of her chil- Â¬ Prime white goese 26531 Mixed dren could not be present s Old 25 Mr and Mrs Slatons dining was quito No 1 duck an enjoyablo nflair all tho elito ol Ho 3J3 food setta was invited which was consisted of GreenSalt good 6 Dry 7 tho following families Mr and Mrs Dry flint good 50 20 Isaac Whitworth Mr G T Mercer and Bheep skin POULTRY 6 daughter Miss Argent C W Kasey Hens per lb 12J4 wife and daughter Miss Ivy Mr F II Boosters per lb 2 ft 4 60 per lb Priest wifo and children Mr A Taylor Spring Chickens lb 7 Young Ducks per 3 50 and wifo Mrs E B Taylor Misses Bet Jccse full fialberd 7 8 Turkeys tiu and Snllie Taylor BOOTS AVERS Effective Yellow Pino Flooring nnd Ceiling Shingles Hair Doors Laths Cement Lime Sash and Brick Blinds and all kinds of Building Material Sole Agents for Homostead Fortilizoro Bono Moal and Troy Orders accompanied with the cash promptly filled Â¬ BANK OF HAEDINSBUIta Capital Stock 825 000 Surplus 7 600 B F BEARD President WILL MILLER VIoe Prestdent M II BEARD Cashier G W BEARD Dire tor MORRIS ESKRIDOE R M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSIT S -- J D BRASHEAR 5 TOBACCO BUYER Long Brick Houso CLOVERPORT KY Desires to seo all tho tobacco farmers of this and surrounding country Â¬ James M Lewis Contractor Builder OLOVERPORT KY ItaTKstiinutta furnishd on applicatiun PAX I UtTMN A IATKNTf Tor a prompt anwpr and an hoiioat opinion wrlto to flit NN iV CO who bavo bad nrarlrflflj years experience In tno patent buMiiPM Communica Â¬ A JlnnillHiiiU ot In Â¬ tions strictly cnnftilcntltit formation conccrnlUK IlitrnlN nnd bow to obÂ¬ tain llivra tout free Alo 11 rataloguo of mechan Â¬ ical and fckiitlllo bKiku rint free Co rccclvo IM cm s taken tbroueh Munn special notice In tho rrliiillllc Anirrtmii and thus aro brousbt wldcljr before the public with Â¬ out onut to tbo Inventor This splendid paper 1 jjuoU -ecklr eleeant lr I Hum rated hiu br far I ho largest circulation of nnr scientific work In thu world Si n year fcainple copies sent freo liulldlnir Kclltlon ruonthlr fiJOn year Hlnulo cents KyerT number contains beau conlca Mini plates In colors ami photrvraphs of new houses with plans onabllns builders In show tbo latent destims ami pecuro contracts Address MUNN CU MW YUUU HUl UllUJLiwAT Â¬ Louisville St Louis Texas R R Co SCHEDULE TIME Iakinir urrcct At 600 oclck S3 51 A 2 Into 22 Sunday Dec 17 S853 ifttf Bound Train Bxprs Kxprs Dally Dally 630pm 7 45un 6 45 800 7 25 Eatt Hound Trami STATIONS Mail 52 V Â¬ Mull M Dally 8 30pm 7 35 Kxprs Kxpr Dally 12 12 IvUnn ptar Kentucky M Howard Hock I Liven Ionf Branch UramUiiliurg Kkron Guston 7- 730 7 47 8 40 8 41 woo West loint 45pin 30 1150un 1147 11 X 1121 815 7V SOI 8 13 907 917 9 20 9 31 9 45 9 54 1004 1014 1020 10 28 10 11 10 730 714 707 668 6 48 6 40 8 21 8 SO 833 84 PIERCE Items are very scarce Farmers aro very busy fixing for tho crops Miss Oda Roberts made a flying trip to Sample Friday Mrs Belle Bcauclmmp was visiting her mother last week Miss Pearl Beauchamp made n Hying trip to Sample Thursday MIssGertrudeCoshman and sister wore visiting J W Beauchamp Friday Mr John Weidman and sister Maggie are visiting in Stephensport this week Mr Carlton Dutschko called to sco Miss Pearl Beauchamp Monday ovonlng Miss Pearl Beauchamp was visiting Miss Ida Dutschko near Lodiburg Tuesday Mr William French of Kvansvillo is expecting to return to seo his best girl Â¬ Olnseng Ky and Indiana Yellow Boot GAME 2 25 16 75 1 2 50 yirj UK 50 1 50 9 9 9 9 17 8fV UU Rabbits Squirrels Quail WOOL 35 25 28 31 41 25 Qfl 28 Tub washed Qrease fin J7 1 Grease coarse Merino 10 5 Burrjr and Cuts MISCELLANEOUS 4 Tallow 21 Beeswax 35 30 Sorghum Molasses HAY OBAIN FEED We quote prlcei to day on Louisville oltj 954 1102 10 07 1012 1018 10 a1 1031 10 50 10 53 1105 11 10 1121 1130 1131 1140 11 3J Sample Stephensport Addison Cloverport bhops Sklllman Irxlngton Webster Lodiburg fierce Holt 1107 10 69 1060 10 41 630 614 1033 10 25 10 20 1011 10 00 1101 9 48 9 45 9 33 6U1 557 552 645 5 40 53t5 Hawesvllle Ialcon Cayce Lcwisport Towers Owensboro CfriflitV Stanley Ictric lates 922 914 908 9 01 8 58 8 40 624 621 6HI 4 69 4 51 4 45 4 42 53am 12pm wharf No 2 oats OATS 32 38 10 41 1069 1109 1114 1119 1121 1131 1141 1153pm 12 10am 12 825 8 15 8 02 12tl 12 12 Mattingly 436 420 408 4UI 38 42 1250 1257 Worthlngton Heads Snottsvllle 754 751 3 47 3 41 7 43 735 7 27 108 114 130pm arllendcrsn IlaikttU 1 719 705am 337 330 321 316 310 2 55 pm Strictly choice Choice No 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw JIAl 10 50 3 13 00 00 6 12 00 10 00 G 11 00 4 75 Q 6 50 H LouisvilefHadinsburgWestern No 3 TIME TABLE 11 f CORN Choice white Choloe shelled TAKING No5 flfowl the j42X 40 4 00 2 4 25 3 76 3 50 3 J 5 3 65 3 25 3 00 West Hound Trains EFFECT Daily Dally ex bun ex Sun CATTLE Nol 20 1801 Hast Hound Trains Dally Dally STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun No 2 No IrvinKton Ar 9 30am Garfield 820 800 Harncd 7 JULY A Narrow Escape soon Miss Fannie Davenport ot Louisville is visiting Miss Maggio Weidman this week Miss Maggie Weidman has returned Good to extra shipping 11 Light shipping Best Butcher 1140 1165am 1212 1248 00a in Iv Medium to good butohers 1IOQ3 homo from a very pleasant visit in Roberta Bottom SHEEP Walter Stiff of Roberts Bottom is Good to extra shipping getting out his saw logs and boatding at Fair to good LAMBS Mr John Beauchamps 5 Choice packing and butchers 1J Fair to good a Rough ShoaU and pigs 100 lbs and under4 25 2 6 40 6 25 20 0 75 50 75 3 5 00 3 25 2 50 2 75 18 100 118 125 145 220 232 244 269 Ituth Asklns Oaks 3 30ln ArKordsvillelv Glendeane Deiti niter ar FallsIlouKhlv Kockvale Hardinsburg Kirk Jolly 40 710 710 6 40 630 610 6 37 6 26 518 600 4 45am GOLDEN WILLOW Prayer mooting twico a week Charlio Hcnningand wifo havo separat Â¬ ed Good to extra spring Fair to good 4 50 2 60 3 4 75 4 00 THE LOUISVILLE SI LOUIS AIR LINE L E A 8T L R K riflo j ery motion of both men was distinctly visible to us and as Elliot drow still nearer wo saw him raiso his gun but A Mass of Corruption while study lngiijs aim the quick eyed sav ago throw himself flat along tho off side I could get but little ease and comfort and less the medical treatment I received of his pony and Hugh lowered his weap- Â¬ benefitoffrom friends advised me to have the leg Borne jny on again Looking on then with breath amputated but I hesitated not wanting to lose lees interest we saw him press tho littlo a limb 1ercbauce I saw an advertisement In testimonial for Jloous Bar BufTor mare to a fresh burst of speed and when a paper embracing aMr John McMurrav telling ssparUUi from one poor beasts Within 100 yards of his quarry the piece It was quite true The bad passed 18 hours without drink and was once more brought to his shoulder were now showing unmistakable signs This time he pulled tho trigger A flash of distress Whatever the possible dan Â¬ a puff of smoke and before tho report what Hoods Sarsaparllla had done for his ion I ger an Immediate trip must be made to reached our ears the pony fell to tho concluded to try HoodsSarsaparlllasoI bought ago I had Ix of It the river So after a hasty breakfast ground rolling over and over by its own not bottlesIt twoabout three months see It was months when I eould Ukon we divided our foreo seven fully armed impetus and hurling its rider 80 feet doInK me mhre good than anything I iad taken I have now mud about three bottles The SOttS men riding off with the horses and the away julte unhurt However and quick as Lhave all healed up ami same number remaining to guard the My Limb It Perfeotly Sound a cat the savage sprang up fitted an wagons general party had little over a arrow to the string and stood defiant It has also benefited mymy trade health and I The waterlnar Hoods 8ar am now able ta work at mile to go and could not be molested by Elliot never wavering in his career MPArllbt receives all the praise and I cannot eofliRUiid It euouiili for the ged It has done the shmII band of sayagea left in the can Â¬ dropped the empty rifle drew a revolver bis an4 rode these bad some way of egress from his beltthat dJtttwuMstraight at set me B K Thomas Kvansvllle W Va yon ual we could aemy Si tfw mouth of the pass on see othw than HesMa PHta eure liver Ills MtsjiiXeo the arrows iy bat knew front kia MUfliHimi JwtiMHee ttok headacheconstitution smarting from which they ma be discharged the Indian had fey m All seamed to be going wall as motiou that shot In that highly rorefjedatmosphero ov Howls Sarsaparllla has accomplish swtllliiif ed many wonderful cure of white swelling one of which Is relatod below by Mr U E Thomas a manufacturer of harnesses saddles etc at EvansYllle W Va Head his lettert C I Hood SCo Lowell Mast In 1802 1 was seized with a severe attack ot Five years biter I liad to have white swelling the flesh on my limb cut open and the bone scraped After the flesh healed up I was not troubled mpilii until January 1KB I was token clown with thu grip which settled In the previous Iy ufTected limb sores Katherlutf where there liml inii imrs nut lii niirtlcnlar nenetratlnE to tho bone The whole trout of ruy log from knee to ankle seemedjo be ROSETTA Our eaw mill seems to bo enjoying a rest Mr J T Mltchitn was in Louisville Monday II B Head spent a few days this past week on his farm Wm Beard lias tho contract of finish Â¬ ing up A Taylors cistern Rev Goorge Morris preached at Lib Â¬ erty Sunday Quito a nico little congre- Â¬ gation was present The popular Cincinnati drummer J A Cone was howdylng with the Rosot ta merchants Friday Mr Willis Hardin proposes to start a sheep ranch presumably Ho has 160 sheep and 160 lambs All bcautioa too Mrs Isaac Whitworth entertained the strng band Saturday after tea Herbert and Judy1 were thereby a large jnajt ority The Custer circuit rider Rev Jas Gal loway preaches regularly every second Supday afternoon at Dranes school house Farmers are gottlng ready to plant corn Miss Mury Hafley Is visiting at Kirk Station this week The littlo son of Mrs P Ilennlng is very sick with pnoumoniu Mrs Sylvanlo Glascock has brought suit against her husband for divorce All tho tobacco plants which were not canvased when the frcezo camo aro de Â¬ stroyed Wo hear that the road workers on tho Glendeane and McDanlols road had a fow cross words with ono another last Wednesday Hmt spsOMiwa r uiAvyrft siElJH MMariT niuTuruTHr Tk4 NiV JB PBHM1IU vvrai ui ism sun ftssl Mi fthak Fertilisers on SHORTEST QUICKEST AND BUST LINK TO St Louis Time Evansville 31 and Farmers needing West Cird in South West July Fertilizers should call Lt Louisville 805 am 825 pm 429 pm a Effect 1992 AND ALL POINTS Mays Cooper Shop west end Iron bridge J J FEIEL at m i45 Arr Bt Louis 7t20 pin 1080pm Kransvllle 120 For further laformation oall on or address Ft A CAMPBELL lms iust received a I P A Lout Tills Ky City Ticket Offloe S W Cor Third AMaln uy St LoulsTHit J B CAMPBELL Onl Pass Agt St Louis Mo HoodsCures it Mv ssWI nH vitbMl fcr SJBK V IU1 1nZCl Mikst u ni7 Pn PrtlIWlMMlf3S Hit rt Sktft cm Utl M- n fit Da SUM lilrutliu w isTKrUWalfU t tll kr - M IMrtnuUlfefUi Â¬ 111 uTiaST5ftlM yhMM ty Ulurwus suetiaaoa aVNiMsVI IMVMfi mt faVWof dffi SUUTOLTS car load from The Cleveland Dryer Co Cleveland O Prices made satis- Â¬ factory and delivered at various points in MVAYsMtLwWI I the county Apply to sjSw Pr Prkaa Cream BakUg Pewttor WtfUi Pmlr I4lhsif BIIQIIVOk Tom Bolder WfllTCnlnfTnwr lllWII aJ rtlalftMi rtuut ojfr 3 JlWggJ5gBJ-ll-iiSJllL-iLSL- g jBgr whofft would tho manifest greatness of And yet if ho had Grant havo been lived through a tiino of profound pence and wasted tbo inngnlftont energy of his bruin in th rent rstntn office rt in potency in pofTbi1ily ho would havo been ns great ns tho world nckuon ledges him to lie Suppose again Bo tako Lincoln thero hod been no war supposo thero had been no slavery agitation it is probably true that Lincoln would tiover Ho might havo havo been president distinguished himself locally ns a law- Â¬ yer bat tbo chances nro that in popular estimation nil over tho country Doug Â¬ las who was tho incarnation of smart Â¬ ness would havo ltccii regarded as tho greater man of tho two And yet with no opportunity to manifest what was in him ho still would havo had tho pos Â¬ sibility in brain nnd heart nnd soul of reaching that towering position of tho highest nnd grandest American who has ever lived r 7nTi5WS8WMC3BBWBBBSBiiri tit r rgM m THEl BREOKENRIDGH Breckenridge WEDNESDAY AlItlL NEXWS U GLOYERPORT KY BE CAREFUL M News 11 1891 In The Right Place SUC- Â¬ THE CONDITIONS FOR A CESSFUL ANDHAPPY LIFE A Sermon by Rev J M Savage at the Church of the Unity in Boston Men Â¬ Do ft ing tho question of human freedom nnd of responsibility in the kind of lives wo lead If you look over tho matter care Â¬ MANHOOD IS THE THING fully and candidly I think you will ngreo with mo that wo must limit this responsibility in tho most nerioiis way LordwLat wilt tliOUuac mo tlo Actslxfi Apply it this morning to this matter of Tbiso words ns doubtless yon nil re Â¬ finding ones placo in tho world We member vcro tlioso tbat fell from the aro born without any consultation ns lips of Saul ns tbo story is told ns on to where wo shall bo liorn whether in his way to Damascus Starting toper Africa or Boston whether white or Eecnto tho Christians feeling that that black whether our parents shall bo was his lifo mission ho is met by this ignorant or educated vicious or vir- Â¬ vision which puts nn end to what he tuous Wo aro born and that in tho had intended to nccouiplieh nnd recog Â¬ main determines all that follows nizing this for n higher authority ho Then during our youth the question as nsl Lord what wilt thou havo me to whether we shall bo properly edu cated or not whether wo shall be to do trained into fitness for this thing or Something to do some one to love that or havo n bins implanted in some these accord Eomething to hopo for ing to tho great German Immanuel direction all these things nro deter Kant nro tho three conditions of n suc Â¬ mined beforo the question of tho free cessful nnd happy life Tho last two dom of our own wills has any chance will not concern ns this morning but to nssert itself Here then is ono of tho first something to do finding onos tho great difficulties that stund in the placo in tho world is what wo nro way of finding ones place Thero is one other thing that I wish seriously to consider to speak of in this particular nnd that A BPUK TO EFFOUT I enpposo that there are not many is ono which tho met of you will bo nmong us today who so interpiet that surprised to havo mo class under this I think ono of tho most rerious providenco which overstis tho affairs head of men as to fiel in any degrco Eure things in our modern world that stands in tho way of nny mans finding his that God has given him his position tbat God is desirous that be shall stay placo is being born of parents who hap I be Wo pen to poswKS too much money whero ho finds himself placed ought not then to be content But lieve that this is ns serious and some Â¬ this statement needs to bo qualified and times moro serious than uny of the qualified in n very serious manner Wo causes that I have had occasion to refer ought not to bo discontented in the to I know young men by the score eenso that wo aro unhappy that we are in tho great cities of this country in bitter envious or jealous or in any New York in Boston in Wiihingtou way havo tho swtetness nnd tho lx nuty in Baltimore in New Orleans in Chitaken out of our preMiit life I have cago in St Louis in San Trancisco Mid moro than once in this place that young men who will never find nny tbo greatest happiness killer of tho placo that is worthy of a manly mans ambition who havo not waked up to world even worse than tho anticipation of evil or somo overhanging calam- Â¬ tho idea that it is important that they ity is this kind of discontent that makes should find nny place simply because they can say as they aro growing up ono perpetually thinking Father has money enough and it docs When I get there when I havo ac- Â¬ complished this or that when I havo not muko any diilerenco whether I beI think that is reached such nnd such a place then 1 come anything or not a very serious danger that men with nm going to bo content then I am going to bo happy then I am going to lead money specially need to guard For nn unselfish life then I am going to do tho young man who thinks that there this or that orn thousand things for my is nothing morn for him to do in this world except to get rid of tho money 1 havo talked often with follow men that his father has earned is one of business men who havo set a flguro beyond which they do not propose to savo thoso that wo can sparo with tho least He is n dollar They say when they get bo conceivable nmount of loss rich they aro going to begin to bo gen- Â¬ worth nothing to tho world WHAT MKN MOSTLY CAKE FOIL erous but 1 have never known n mau What is it today that most men care to get to that point when ho had set it for In this country at any rate and very much nheul of his present position I never havo hopo of any mans gener Â¬ it is coming to be more nnd moro true in Europe tho one great thing that osity who is going to begin to bo gener ous by and by 1 havo no hopo of nny peoplo long for and beein to euro for mans unselfish lovo who is simply goÂ¬ und which seems to promiso tho most I said this is comis of courso money ing to begin to bo unselfish nest week It has not como yet or next year Wo ought not then I ing in Europe think to bo discontented with tho place becnuso thero Is still n remnant in Eng- Â¬ whero wo find ourbelves in such n way land nnd in Franco and other parts of as shall prevent us from looking round Europe of the old days of chivalry nnd finding nil tho happiness there is when nobility meant something ami in that place all tho good thero is all when to belong to un old nnd houornblo tho opportunities thero nro offered of family was the ono greatest thing that making other peoplo happy nil tno niran could boast In theso conditions chancts of doing something tor tho rest to belong to tho nobility or to coino un- Â¬ der tho shadow of tho nobility to bo of mankind como associated or allied with it in OUT of place And now wo nro fuco to faco with tho Eomo way means moro than money nnd money hy comparison is regarded Do men generally second question But in this coun find tho real placo which belongs to ns vulgar and poor them which they ought to fill I have try whero wo have no nobility where wo say that ono mau a just as good as not had tiino to rend Mr Mozoomdiirs nddress of last Sunday but I am told another though we do not believo it in this country tho ono great thing that that ho outlined tho belief of the Hinseems to piomiso most to give a man doo world in n destiny which rules and position and power and all tho things I do not determines the lives of men think wo are accustomed to bclievo in that ho desires is money So when u that kind of destiny here and ytt now young man is looking round for n place and then you will hear peoplo say of in the world tho ono thing which is up Â¬ ono who has failed It was no fault of permost in liis mind is tho opportu nity tho promiso in that place fur get- Â¬ his condition of his circumstances there was soino weakness in tho man ting rich how much money is thero in it Tho position niuy bo a poor ono I remember somo years ngo himself may havo somo servilo aspects about it reading an nddros by tho late President at first but is thero an opportunity to Garfield I think which was given bo riso to get near tho firm to perhaps get Referring foro ho beenmo president to tho difficulties nnd struggles of n into tho firm Is it n business that will great many men nnd of tho obstacles roward ono who faithfully devotes him they havo to overcome ho rxprffcscd to Eclf to it with a largo nmount of mon ey This is tho great motive tho young men who heard him tho beDE8IHK FOR rOWEIt AND PLACE lief that if thero was anything in a Thero is another thing that men do man it was suro to come out In other Biro They desiro power From the words perhonality was ahvajs mightier than condition nnd if n man had it in tiino when tho boy likes to bo strong him to bo great ho would be great if and admires nn athlete up to tho tiino when tho man looks out over tho world ho had it in him to bo n poet ho would be n poet if ho had it in him to be n nnd sees higher nnd higher manifesta tions of forco thero is in nil an honest soldier ho would bo n soldier If that principlo bo allowed any whero it must admiration for power nnd many a man bo a universal principlo If wo really who is immensely wealthy if you could boliovo this there would bo no very analyzo his real feeling cares not so tender sympathy in our hearts toward much for tho monoy itself ns for tho power that is in it Ho loves to organ Wo should feel that thoso who fail combinations peoplo had got nil they were cnpablo of ize thoso larrcaching nnd to show himself n king in his pargetting that they receivo nil that bo So many a ticular financial realm longs to them I3ut I do not beliovo that this is truo I do not believe that man who 1b looked upon as simply n people in spite of conditions nnd cir- Â¬ money getter is really nmbltious for cumstances find their places that they power And hero aguin it is wall Power is a magnificent thing if mag Â¬ always havo opportunities or nro cupu blo of making opportunities to show nificently used but it means cither selfishness cruelty despotism or it I rather bclievo nil that is in them that it is n common and melancholy means service If you seek it for tho truth which Gruy has given ioetic ex Â¬ ono end you will becoino mean and un Â¬ pression to in his great Elegy lis developed in your manner but if you tells us us ho looks over tho graves of seek it for tho other you may bo nmong tho weary peasants tho people in tho tbo grandest of yonr kind Then thero is still uuother motive main unknown who nro buried in tho that lends men to seek for their place churchyard that probably and that is ambition the desiro for Borne niuto inglorious Milton hero may rest fame I onro seeing n JJo talks about hands now turned to fjoy higlilyremember over ttio r3ct little excited tnat dust his name was actually in print It was Handi that tho rod of empire might liar only among tho arrivals at a summer awayed hotel but it did not matter hero was Or waked to ecstasy tho living lyre tho first touch of famo hero was some Â¬ I bclievo that this is ono of tho sad Â¬ thing that other peoplo would read dest truths of tho world And right They would sco his unmo iu print and hero is ono of tho things I hopo to see this is something that appeals to and in somo other life I hopo to sco the touches us all Wo lovo to bo of repu Â¬ tho outflowcring of tation wo lovo to havo outbloseomlng our names and thousands ami millions of souls into our doings iu tho months of our folio wi greatness and beauty and glory In this If wo can get n reputation that reaches or that who hod no opportu Â¬ beyond our town over tho stato and direction nity here oven to put forth a bud beyond tho stuto limits or across tho gappoeo thero had been no war lea thero is n swell and Impulse of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DIFFICULTIES IX TIIF WAY Generally Find the Let us noto n few of tho difficulties Placfc That Belongs that stand in tho way of peoplo finding their places I was asked only this to Them last week to civo my opinion concern tefghbotluKKl was oivtaged in building a cabin home his former one Imving been destroyed by fifo n week or two ago nnd was busily n work on its roof when be saw mi animal steal out of the woods bnnl by nnd fliig itself upon tho pail containing his dinner of cold boiled bacon nnd br d Ho recogm I this animal ns n puma THE IIIOIIEST MOTIVE or mountain lion but thinking ho might But let ns go one step further nnd frighten it rway threw his piano nt it Tho Tho tool struck tho animal on tho head find tho highest motivo of nil grandest men of tho world have not cutting it badly and rendering tho crsa been thoso who havo desired power tnre furious It rnslml at tho structuro they havo not been thoso actuated by a on tho peak of which tho herder sat nnd desiro for fame Tako ono illustration tried to leap tip to him But this was For we all not to bo done nnd after soveral at- Â¬ tho supremo ono of nil was a tempts tho lion abandoned it and pro Â¬ tho moro beennso wo believo ho man tho outcomo of humanity its ceeded to patrol the spot growling furi Â¬ blosom its glory wo nil tho moro ously ond showing its teeth can nfford to pay our rovercnt regard Tho man lmvlngno weapon nnd being to the grandest soul of tho world the out of reach of any ono to whom ho might Ho had nowhero to lay his call could only sit still nnd wait for tho Nnzareno head ho sought not money ho never puma to become tired of the watch or desired power nnd when somo of his for deliverance Night nt last came on disciples enmo to him anxious for and still ho did not daro vcntnro to quit places in his kingdom ho Biiid Yon do Ills perch though it was so cold that he not know what manner of spirit you nro feared that he would f nezo beforo mornof The pi tiers of this world desiro ing In the meantimo hs wifo who was power that they may oTereiso their in Santa Anna n litllo mountain hamlet lordship over their fellow men but it of the vnlley grew uneasy nbont him is not to be so in this kingdom that 1 and with rt lantern started to look for Ho tbat is great wish to establish him It was too dark for English to see among yon must bo of service nnd her but tho lion did nnd mado for her Yon aro not great only in his service with a scream of rage to lord It over others you nro not to As tho great beast came leaping nt her call yourselves father or rabbi for you out of tho darkness she dashed the lannro all tho children of one Father in tern full in its faco Tho puma Btartled heaven gavo way and English guessing who tho It is said constantly and hero is tho nowcomer was shouted to her to run point I wish to havo clearly in mJnd bock to tho village Sho turned to do so by thoso who do not believo in tho high bnt the puma was nfter her nnd she won You obliged to wheel about every few feet est possibilities of civilization cannot get peoplo to work or to devoto and shake the lantern in its faco again themselves to a cause except on tho Tho animal would recoil at this and each It is said timo gavo her n few moments to run on basis of tho lower motives by those who opposo civil service you In this way sho mado her way to Santa will pardon me for being enough of a Anna screaming as sho neared it A politician to refer to that by woy of liont n Hon until come of the men of illustration That is n high nnd fine the village hearing her armed them dream that certain reformers cherish selves and camo out in time to sco the but if you expect men to work for a lion break away to run back They pur Â¬ party or a canso you must pay them sued him and killed him nnd then went I do not believo it If on for the half frozen herder for their work His wifo tho dreams that wo chcriBh of tho high Â¬ n bright oj ed chatty little iloxlcan wom- Â¬ est civilization aro over to bo realized an claimed the skiu of tho puma saying wo must find men who nro willing to that it was rightly hets ns she nlono had work even if they do not get paid in brought tho lion into tho village und it cash for it Wo must find men willing was presented to her for tho new home to work without regard to tho power in tho valley Tombstone A TSpecial that men exercise over others We must find men willing to devoto themselves WASHINGTONS BIRTHPLACE without desiring nnything in tho way of The Government Improving nnd Making We must find men like Jesus fame Acceuible a Historical HpoL who make themselves of no reputation A contract has been awarded for the THE BEST PLACE erection of it 10000 wharf on the Poto-Â¬ Ono point more must I refer to Yon might think perhaps from what I havo mac river near Wakefield Westmore Â¬ said that 1 should advise you to lie very land county Va General George Wash humble nnd to take n small place Men ingtons birthplace and tho steamer Suo nro nnxious for a largo place but tho will prcdiably mako it A landing place Tho house in which Washington was fault I havo to find with most men born was destroyed by firo during his pardon mo for using that word fault boyhood but in 1815 a stono with n suit is that they do not seek for places that I find a man who is nolo inscription was placed on the spot aio largo enough willing to have n place that is not big by Georgo Washington Parke Custis It enough to hold him nnd his conscience was while living at Wakefield that Washnt tho samo time Ho is willing to go ington attended tho neighboring schools into n placo uud leave Ills conscicnco where instruction did not go further outside Thero Is no opportunity in than reading writing nnd spelling with thero for his moral nod spiritual na- Â¬ the addition which must have been ture I have heard a great many per Â¬ somewhat exceptional of bookkeeping sons in my lifo say that it was very fine nnd surveying In after years whilo Washington was spun ns n theory but that it would not surveying the vast estates of Lord Fair- Â¬ work iu practico that if you are go ing into business you must fight with fax tho birthplace was burned nnd the Â¬ business methods that business nnd re- Â¬ family moved on tho Rappahannock rivligion nro two things nnd should be er near Fredericksburg The now wharf will bo built by the government as a kept ns much apart ns religion nnd polod itics Tlio moro religion you mix witli meansof access to theisruins of tho burn a certain kind of politics tho worse it house and congress to mark tho place Â¬ will bo for the politics I know nnd if with a monument A steamboat landhistorical spot now a certain typo of religion bo mixed with ing will mnko the to reach of easy ac Â¬ somewhat difficult business it will bo worse for tho busi Baltimore American cess for tourists ness But n man cannot nfford to go into n business that is not largo enough Death Among the Duke for tho freo play of his moral nature Including tho Duke of Leinster w hose for nil that is highest nnd best in him death was recently announced eleven as n man In other words in seeking dukes have passed nway within the last for n place do not bo content or long three years the Dukes of Buckingham engaged in nny busiuess that would Cleveluihd Devonshire Leinster Manbetter not lio done Do not be content chester Marlborough Roxburgho Som with being engaged in nny business the erset Sutherland and two Dukes of Bedgeneral outcomo of which is an injury ford Three years ago there were 20 to tho world Get a place largo enough dukes apart from thoso of tho royal for your conscience blood and it will bo seen that more than Then get a placo largo enough for a third of tho number havo died As one degreo of your intellectual lifo result of this mortality tho dukedoms soino nnd then fiud n placo largo enough for have been reduced to 27 tho titles of your nffectional nature for your gener Buckingham and Cleveland having be- Â¬ ous impulses that bring you into touch coino extinct Only 24 dukes can vote with your fellow men and mako you howover as tho new Dukes of Leinster feel that you nro n part of a worldwide Manchester and Roxburghe are minors humanity London Nows And then nbovo all things find a How Muon Bain Will Fall plnco Inrgo enough for your soul largo enough to lead into tho divine life so has Tlio Weekly Courier Journal that you can riso into u conception of yourself as a child of God tho iufinito struck a popular note in its weather spirit so tbat you need not cramp down guessing contests A wonderful amount and shut in your life In other words of interest was taken in its offer of SIOOO do not fit yourself into your placo nnd for tho closest guesses to tho coldest day lot that shape your manhood Keep and temperature during February at your place flexiblo and compel it to Louisville and much valuable informa- Â¬ adapt itself to your manhood This is what 1 would have you do tion was gathered by subscribers on tho Make your placo subordinate Remem subject This contest has just beeri do ber that your manhood is worth moro cided there being twenty eight lucky than your condition moro than tho guessers Tlio weekly Courier Journal house- you live in or the street on which now makes another offer on tho same It stands worth more than tho position lino For tho closest guesses to the you occupy Itemember that your man- amount of rain that will fall at Louis hood is the great thing Put that first vlllo during tho month of May tho make that dominant Bo somebody do something devoto yourself to the high Weekly Courier Journal will give 1000 est thoughts in you and you havo mude This money will bo divided into nine yourself n place whero you can render teen presents one of 600 two of 100 servico to your kind and where you can each two of 50 each four of 25 each fulfill the highest possiblo destiny and ten of 10 each Each guess must Jeople Willi IuckuKht bo accompanied by 1 to pay for one Tho man who has tho courago to bring years subscription to tiio Weekly Courier-homo a dishjwin or a roast of beef under Journal tho best Democratic paper his ann ought to bo cither canonized or published Tho rain fall is scientifically ostracized society is not quito certain which in viow of his sublime pluek measured to tho hundredth part of an The heaviest rain fall in May This being truo of a man certainly no inch woman wonld ovor willingly bo seen during tho past twenty years was seven with so much as un onion in her hand inches and forty six hundredths of an Yet somo peoplo seem to bo devoid of tho inch Th6 lightest was one inch even first principles of gentility in this re- Tho measurements are mado by tho spect for you will see them going com- Â¬ Government officials of tho Weather Bu- Â¬ placently through the streets with bonds up carrying washboilers coalhods iron reau at Louisville Sample copies of kettles lamps jugs of vinegar kerosene tho paper with full particulars of the cans brooms crockery ware mops contest will bo sent free to any address clotheslines and heaven knows what not Write at once ns under no circumstan- Â¬ some of theso nrticles being totally de Â¬ ces will any guesses bo received after void of any wrappings or palliutions April 30th Address Weekly Courier whatever But theso aro doubtless of Journal Louisville Ky the vulgar herd who enro not for etiquette t all Kate Fields Washington Writing Friendly Letter Friendly lotters should bo full of de- Â¬ tails telling all tho interesting little Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla facts ouo friend would ask another if they could sit down side by side to talk Bits of nows tbat seem very trivial to tho Bonder aro often welcomed with joy by When Baby vm tok wo cars her CaatorU s diitd ah cried for Caster tho recipient Do not grudge a little Jfha aha time and pains to keep those nearest and Wtn aba beeamo Ml alio clung to CaitorU dearest to you in touch with your daily When aba bad CUIdraa aba cava tbasa Caatoria life even though yon are widely separat ed Ladies Home Journal Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ prldo nnd satisfaction in having at tallied this reputation in tho minds of And here again if ono wishes men to bo known merely m n feeder to his vnuity It is a very small nnd poor con corn Indeed lint if ono wishes to nso this ns n iower for spreading over tho world nn influence that shall teach that shall enlighten that shall lift mankind then indeed ho may forget himself in viow of this help nnd ho may become noble unselfish grand in the typo of his manhood hero as well ns in other direc- Â¬ tions A BFIAVE WOM CRAPAUD mi flow Httt Urf rttl Her llnlinil From lh Viigf nnr vt u Ptiinn Inbez EnnHli n rhirii herdrof this they are made aware of it in ways that offend them or even render their stay This is something in thero unpleasant which we arc not concerned For an other rcnwi however it is our duty to give the Parisians n warning Life in Paris has b cn mado disagrecublo to some h Americans of Inte becauso the Frenchmen have failed to draw the line between Englishmen and Ameri cans and as Americans speak tho English languago havo assumed that they were English nnd havo acted accordingly This will not do Wo tell theso shoulder shrugging and mustache twisting Parisians that they had better look out when they aro in the presence of Americans Americans will not tolerato their blaguo They cant treat young Brother Jonathan as if he wero old John Bull They must bo re- Â¬ spectful toward Americans in Franco if they want to get tho money of American tourists Amoricans aro a selt asserting people not destitute of patriotic pride not so patient as Job not at nil arrogant or ill tempered yet conscious of their inviolablo Americanism They have grown beyond dueling but it is not safe to act toward them as if they wero of n timid disposition True they speak the English language but they cant help that and we may say that they like it Thero wero 8509 Americans living permanently in Paris three months ago when the census of foreign residents was taken and hundreds of American tour ists visit tho city every week of the year These Americans spend lots of money in Paris It is possible that they spend 20XK000 francs there every year and this sum is but a small part of the ag gregate amount which Parisians draw from Americans annually Let the shoulder shruggers think of this when they see an American dressed in French clothes nnd shelling out his dollars for their enrichment The Americans liko France well ond they give proof of their liking for her They appreciate tho good qualities of the French and givo them full credit for all their merits It is to be regretted that thejo aro somo coxcombs among the French mostly in Paris Thn craziest thing that M Crapaud can do is to confound Brother Jonathan with John Bull New York Sun anti-EnglisÂ¬ Â¬ The frenchman Allowing III DUIIke nl inglaml to Annoy American French hostility to England has liccn unusually volent for somo months past and the English in Paris complain that 254Q433ifl 3a5a3sPSayatFa -- w XTTALL T TTfcAPER rr Wo aro now prepared to do your paper hang Â¬ ing in tho latest stylo SH MeCraeken JUST FROM LOUISVILLE K Is with ns and will be at your service when called upon Consult us on your work bo for letting any further contracts v D- - Jno k The Best Shoes tor the Least Money D BABBAGE CLOVER PORT KY -- WM afT UU I Li DOUGLAS if i wP 1st 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in ouo body planted to hops and the Lilienthals of San Francisco own a yardnt Pleasantou Alameda county Cul of 850 acres to which they aro ndding 400 acres more Which when fully planted will bo larger than tho Yakima yard buttle Telegraph ilr us Ill lornrer Six young ladies each wearing a white chrysanthemum created much comment by serving as pallbearers nt tho funeral of Mrs James McGiven manager of n local shorthand school Tho girls study class of St Leos Catholic church had charge of tho funeral services and tho pallbearers wero members of it On tho woy to th church the young lady pall- Â¬ bearers walked behind tho mourners and continued in charge of the remains until after tho interment Tucoma Letter in Scattlo Post Intelligencer Â¬ give fitting W L DOUGLAS Shoes are stylish easy Try one and and bebetterÂ¬ conpair satisfaction at the prices advertised than any other make vinced The stamping of W L Douglas name and price on the bottom which guarantees their value saves thousands of dollars annually to those who wear them Dealers who purh the sale of V L Douglas Shoes gain customers which helps to Increase the sales on their full line of goods They can nfford to sell at a lens profit and ire bellere you can aave money tiy burlng all yonr footwear of the dealer adver Â¬ Catalogue free upon application WX DODO LAS llrockton Mass tised belo O M McG lotlilaii Co union Samuel L Sulzer oloverport ky star ky WITH WHITE DUnKEHSOU FALLS CITY TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO Main St bet Ninth Tenth Louisville Ky Liberal Advances Four Months Free Storage Special Attention to Private Sales Hangnil ni Â¬ DPRITCHEY 24 Hurled Under III Snow Ilouie MANAdtR Charles Prendergast aged 11 years was playing recently in n snow house near his residence 110 St Martin street TWENTY SIX HOURS Montreal when it collapsed and he was buried in the snow His companions ran away and left him When ho was The Longest Speech on Record Was dug out after lying thero for eight hours Delivered in the Legislature of ho was nearly frozen and besides a broBritish Columbia ken leg he was Injured internally He died from his injuries Toronto Globe Our Gem Shirts have arrived choice Tho longest speech on record is be Â¬ 60 cents at Cabbages lieved to have been that mado by Mr De Cosmos in the legislature of British Col- Â¬ umbia when a measure was pending tho passage of which would take from a great many settlers their lands De Cos-Â¬ The mos was in a hopeless minority job had been held back till tho eve of Unless legislatho closo of tho session tion was taken before noon of a given day tho act of confiscation would fail Those who would insure to Tlio day beforo tho expiration of tho themselves the greatest de- Â¬ limitation Do Cosmos got the floor about gree of safety and the en 10 a m and began a speech against the jovment of that good health bill Its friends cared little for they which is lifes greatest bless- Â¬ supposed that by 1 or 2 oclock ho would ing should be careful to do be through and the bill could be put on these two things One oclock camo and Du its passage Cosmos was speaking still had not PURIFY THE BLOOD moro than entered upon his subject AND Two oclock ho was Baying in the sec- Â¬ Three oclock lie pro- Â¬ TONE UP THE SYSTEM ond placo duced a fearful bundle of evidence and insisted on reading it The majority be For doing these things in gan to have a suspicion of the truth he the safest surest and most was going to speak till next noon and pleasant way kill the bill For a while they made merry over it but as it came en to dusk they began to get alarmed They tried interruptions but soon abandoned them becauso each one afforded him a i3 pre eminently the great- Â¬ cbanco to digress and gain time They est of all medical remedies tried to shout him down but that gavo him a breathing space and finally they It is a pleasant to take as lemonade acts like magic settled down to watch tho combat be Â¬ upon the blood and nervous tween strength of will and weakness of system expels all the waste body Tlioy gave him no meicy no ad- Â¬ stimulates digestion and journment for dinner no chance to do gives appetite puts roses more than wet his line with water no on the cheek and joy in the wandering from his subject no sitting heart down Twilight darkened the gaa was lit members slipped out to dinner In re- Â¬ SOLD BY ALL DRUGQISTS lays and returned to sleep in squads 100 six for 500 but De Cosmos went on The speaker to whoa he was addressing himself was Manufactured oaly by Kinos Roy alternately doting snoring and trying to AL Germetuer Co Atlanta Ga Â¬ A Paris beggar has been living very comfortably by hanging himself He would chooso a tree near where young children were playing string himself up and groan to nttract their attention so that they would run for help He would be cut down and restored and a letter in his pocket Would explain his attempt- Â¬ ed suicide by a statement of his destitu- Â¬ tion Ho knew how to attach tho noose so ns to avoid strangulation Paris Cor responden i Illmelfto Live f oo Rt7E80A Jouisyille Ky Day dawned and the majority slipped out in squads to wash and breakfast and the speaker still held on It cannot be said It was n very log- Â¬ ical eloquent or sustained speech Thero were digressions in it repetitions also But still tho speaker kept on i nnd at last noon came to a bafiled majority liv- Â¬ id with rage and impotence and a sin- Â¬ gle man who was triumphant though his voice had sunk to a husky whisper his eyes wero almost shut and were bleared andjjloodsliot his legs tottered under him bis blackened lips were crack- Â¬ ed and smeared with blood Do Cosmos had spoken twenty six hours and saved the settlers their land look wide awake In the Spring Â¬ Fair Atlanta is the name A W Young gives to an excellent historical account of tho origin vicissitudes growth and present prosperity of Atlan- Â¬ ta which has appeared jn tho April Southern Magazine Louisville Ky Tho stylo of the writer is vigorous and she does not hesitate to say what she thinks about General Shermans beha- Â¬ vior in Atlanta during tho late war Tho article is well illustrated with por- Â¬ traits and views of builbings and points of interest in and about the city ONE HALF BATE Harvest Excursions to Arkansas and Â¬ i Dr Kings Royal Germetuer cr Texas April 10th and May St Louis Air Line Louisville Evansvlllo St Louis Con It R will sell Harvest Excursion tisketa to all points in Arkansas Texas and Eddy N M at one half rates for the round trip Tickets good returning 3Q days from date of sale Tho Air Line is 61 miles the short Â¬ est route to St Louis the west and Southwest and tho ouly line running vestibule trains daily between Louisville and St Louis with parloranddinlngeaw Pullman palace sleepers on night trains tor further information as to rates routes maps time tables sleeper car reservations etc call on or address K A Campbell GV A tit Louis or 11 Campbell D P A Louisville City ticket ottlee 8 W corner 3rd and Main street depot Htk and Main street Loukvllle Ky On March 13th 8th 18H tlio 1 2K ass mi iiiiii iii mmmmmmmint MWflMBMMHBMMBMBWMMMMnMMni m - vmw j - vrwssri - - - - - jjij tJ i iinllfcMiitl THE Awarded Highest HonorsWorlds Fair BRE1GKRNRIDGEX NRWS GLOYRRPORT KY CORRECT v rV- - v HARDINSBURG Wo havo a warm welcomo for the ladies who aro just looking for we LH W TIME TABLE know that in a fow days they will como O01RO WIST back and bo just buying Babbage Passenger Dally arr lUrdlniburg llill pm OOIKO IAST Miss Tillio OBrien who has been sick 7i40 atn for many months died last Wednesday Passenger D1II7 arr llardlniburg nt 2 oclock p m Sho was interred at Mr Jolly Mcndor is still quite ill llardinsburg In tho Catholic cemetery How do you account for this thusness If thero isnt a racket already at Voo A nice lot of canvased hams Hardin leyville thero will be one when this pa Â¬ Ilnvo secured for us tho largest Bro per Is read In that neighborhood Read it Mr Wither Haswcll is here tolling his busiucHS of tho kind in thin Burcli what has to fay on our mother vicinity Our stock of first page Judgo Mercer mado acllpper race for Dr Burgess preached three very Inter Â¬ Coroner esting sermons at his last appointment Rev Georgo Hayes of Henderson was at the Presbyterian church Two wcro hero last week on the judgment and tho third on the Mr D II Severe has somo idea of mov- Â¬ MOST PERFECT MADE resurrection ing to Henderson Ky A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free Clint Stiff of Stephcnsport was in the Tho best lot of canned goods on tho from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant city yesterday on tho hunt of lost saw market Hardin Bro 40 YEARS THE STANDARD logs Ho reportsthat ho had COO to run Tho wlfo of Mr Henry Jolly living out of Sinking creek on tho high water near town died lost week J3RECKENRIDGE NEWS Monday night iurjnsi- - btonc 01 ixtuisville was Rev W B Rutledgo and family have hero Saturday and Sunday WEDNESDAY APItIL 11 1804 Can not bo cqualod Jones Mercer of Louisville was at moved to tho city and will mako their Rov1 homo Saturday and Sunday permanent residence with us LOCAL BREVITIES joun ai twisi8 Duiiuing a new res- Rutledgo will have charge of tho Baptist idenco in tho South end of town congregation at this placo Now sitka Sulzers Hon Georgo W Jolly Owensboro Boys cut this advertisement out re Now lino of prints Sulzers turn it to us by mall with six cents and was here last week on legal business Mr W B Hensloy contemplates build Â¬ wo will send vou a nice ono bladcd Childrens loco caps Sulzers knife Address Sulzeks Advkktisino ing a new residence hero this spring Boys clothing all sizes Sulzors Musical goods sowing machine find Deiaiitment Cloverport Ky Get a now carpet for spring Sulzers Mew wall paper coming in every ings a specialty with us T C Lewis S ECornorThird and Markot Sts Louisville Kv Fishermans headquarters Sulzerls week A variety of pretty gilt paper at Co Fancy toilet soaps all kinds Suhers 5 cents single roll Hotel rates as reasonable as any in town 0 inch gilt border 1 Strong value and weak prices Bab cent per yan and good paper 2jc and and accommodations first class Hardin Bro bago 3a samples free at T F Sawyers Mr J B Buzby camo up last week to GLENDEANE HOLT Boys clothing a large and select line A man stepped up to tho shirt counter visit his family and bo at tho primary Sulzers toe other day remarking l never election Cella Robertson is quite ill Mrs Sue Carter is ill at this writing had a siiirt to fit mo any better than a Base balls bate gloves and masks Gold is good and our goods aro as John Dean is in Louisvillo pillow slip would What can you do Sulzers Pearl Stovons Patesville was hero ono gold Wo mean our gold watches T Jim Dean is in Cloverport day last week Futz Pasta the great silverware cleaner forme We have this order and we will C Lewis Co Com planting is tho order of tho day do tho rest Babbage tho leading shirt Sulzers and Sun Â¬ R L Carter spent Saturday Judge Elijah Boards story about the collar and cull dealer Tho roar of tLo Lyon is heard no more day in Mcado county Richard Adkisson was in tho city books didnt win but his books aro all Miss Carrio Owen is undoubtedly in Thursday right just tho same Miss Rhea Dyer Cloverport Is visit Â¬ tho swim Mrs Percy Beard and baby and Miss ing relatives at this place BRANDENBURG Pretty patterns in room moulding at Bessie Beard aro visiting Mrs Beards Babbago s J F Carter Webster was hero on Miss MattiC Owen was in Hardinsbunr last week business two days last week Herbert Worland is at homo fora short mother at Union Star Completeness is our point of superior- Â¬ a pneo wguer man ours is too iiign Mr Nat Jarboe of McDaniels was In stay Toblnsport ity Babbage Lawrenco Weatherholt a lower price means poorer goods every was here Sun Jay to seo his grand par- Â¬ town Tuesday Very pretty designs in room moulding Mr and Mrs Sargent and his mother time T C Lowis CoJewelers Miss Eva Ileston returned homo last ents aro visiting Mrs E Dowdy at Babbages Wanted 50000 lbs hurley tobacco Frank Carter was the guest of Miss week accompanied by her sweet Will- Â¬ Miss A e ties Worland is at homo from and 50000 lbs of first class prior tobacco Wo divide our prices but never the Lusio Mattingly Bnlltown Saturday and iam q ual i ty Babbage St Benedict on account of indisposition at llardinsburg Wm Winebrinncr Messrs Allen and Godinan Dean were Sunday Spring clothing correct weaves shapes Miss Etila Neafus plays beautifully on Mr Frank Wade who has been absent tho guest of their father Mr W J Dean Austin and Juno Ollryan Uhodelia tho harp Hear her by all means and bo about six years is at homo on a visit and styles Sulzers Mr Wado is editing a paper at Omaha spent last Friday and Saturday with Mr lost week Paint your bicyclo with our new bicy- Â¬ convinced Miss Edna Robertson has another and Mrs Carter cle enamel Sulzers Mr Marion Childs of Louisville was Nob string to her beau Hurrah I for Cin AVllliam Burcli and Richard Brown Tho public is invited to assist in tho in town last week the guest of Mr and You should call and see Babbago for Ephworth Leaguos spiritual meeting on Rhodelia were hero on business Thurs Â¬ cinnatti Mrs G L Neafus nico room mouldings Mrs Eli Dean and Mrs Jess Moorman 3rd Tuesday ovenings and Sunday after Â¬ day and Friday Father Hcrbuth and Bra Hagau held Dr John R Barr of Preston was in noon Boys tho next hat you buy bo sure visited their parents ot Irvington lost services as usual last Sunday at their tho city lost Saturday Miss Jessie Schull of Ohio county and get a red one Ernest B says they weok Midget repair kit and elastic cement respective churches who has been visiting her sister Mrs aro all the style now Mr Dave Moorman and Dick Owen Dick Ditto has been to Amsterdam to Frank handy for repair work Sulzers Haswcll returned to her homo Misses Aurorca Adams and Lena are prepared to furnish the public with Born April 8 Paul Keith Lusk Moth- Â¬ seo his undo or cousin I believe he last Saturday Lamb Toblnsport were tho guesta of phosphate and gas found all things lovely er and baby are both doing well Thero aro mighty fow fellows who put Mrs Weatherholt Friday E L Robertson tho Iinchecoe poli- Â¬ Dr Shacklett of Ekron held a consul- Â¬ up that 15 that could set down now and When going fishing order your lunch Tom Wheathorholt and littlo daugh Â¬ tician went to llardinsburg Saturday tation last Friday with Dr Pusey at tho give you a written opinion as to why from our fancy groceries Sulzers ter Eflle Tobinsport wore visiting his night via Mlllertown bedside of Mr Grinnell they camo to do it flying dutchman Mr Gilmore of tho Si two days last week Miss Fannio Green will begin school Preston Grinnell was called homo from Carlt Richardson tho Democratic parents at this placo was in tho city several days last weok Oh Rosette if you only know how at Glendeane Monday Sho Is qualified Chicago by tho illness of his father Ho nominee for County Court Clerk was in Bring in your boy and let us fit him will remain month or town Monday receiving the congratula- Â¬ ono of our young men likes to read your to teach tho young Idea how to shoot a more out for spring in a new suit Sulzers Miss Eva was heard to exclaim Oh items you surely would write oftener Wonder why Lida Haynes has such a tions Of his friends Tho recent hard rains have filled all A defeated candidate in a Democratic Hon J D Powers Owensboro and that parting would be brief and absence the creeks and branches to over flowing brilliant complexion and why such primary election feels certainly akin to Col John Nicholas of Dayton Ohio but a short timo then separation would bright smiles wreath her ruby lips Mr John II Oelzo died at his home in evening with W A bo endurable Mr Dick Braughn has returned to that other fellow who hasnt a friend on spent Monday tho county Monday night aged 82 years Mr Charles Owens fence around his Smith the fiat sldo of creation Louisville but it only requires a certain Mr and Mrs Arthur Haynes of Un Â¬ magnet to Induce him to como ugaln It only takes 15 minutes and a little Miss Allie Greenwood requested mo now farm meets tho oyo of every ono ion Star were visiting in this city last money to chango your old watch for a to say that she was ahead af Miss ArÂ¬ and as ho goes to and from his work you Gordon Moorman was here last weok good one that will keep timo all weok the gent Mercer of Rosetta for sho has tomato can hear him whistling I want to be I drumming for a grocery house Yes plants largo enough to set out and lota somo bodys darling 0 L Hawkins was in tho city Thurs- Â¬ ho was drumming for a heart too if I am j ear round T O Lewis Co Tho troublo about a Democratic pri- Â¬ of young chickens nearly big enough to day talking up the interest of his favorite not mistaken Program mary is that tho blamed thing is likely fry candidates Miss Lizzie Rawlings will leave Kansas to get out of repair just about tho time Tho children of tho Presbyterian Charley Moorman now rides a 125 City shortly for homo Mr and Mrs Jako Miller wish to ex- Â¬ Her health in will glvo the cantata Spring at Victor bicycle purchased from Sulzers very much improved and wo all aro you are ready for her to go off press their many thanks to tho people of church Jabe Jordan hasnt concluded which this vicinity for being so kind and help Â¬ tho Red Front hall at an early date last week ready with a cordial greeting would pay him tho best running for ing in tho lost illness of their beloved for tho building fund of tho church Hon Geo W Jolly Owensboro was Tho following is tho Miss Lena Richardson has been quite office or raising elephants Either ho Â¬ in the city a couple of hours lost Satur- sick and Mrs Dr Dowden has been on thinks though would lead to bankrupt- Â¬ babe Dennis Monroe who departed this rilt ritoaitAM lifo March 10 1894 day night Spring sick list Dr Dowden realizes that cy the Mlis Mary Ialllest Weep not dear parents lor your babe now Ilea Mrs Annio McGavock wife of Ran Â¬ Joan and Darby of fourth reader re- Â¬ Crocuses Lilian Slpple Ilallle Warfleli At a Democratic Mass Convention Id its happy home up In the skies and Sallle Swaggot Grade Hank dall McGavock died Saturday April 7th nown has moro truth than poetry in it held at tho court houso last Saturday This short life will aoon be oer Dandelions Itunlcc Crosion Mary Fnrbcr aged 09 years Then youll meet your loved one on that and Cteona Weatherholt Mr Wevitt s menus aro moro than re- Â¬ Leo Bishop was nominated for constable beautiful thorc - Mrs Minor and Mrs Holt and Miss and Junius Marshal for magistrate in this Lena llamman Salllc Gregory and Hyacinths joiced at his big majority If I wasnt And If your loved one God doei take Lodoscli May Nellie Burks spent the day in Cloverporf for R II Novitt I couldnt write for this district lilt answer to thy heart Marian Ilowmar Huttcrcups Maggie Skill Len Coahman was hero tho other day last Wednesday He sure that he will quickly make column bo your correspondent informed man and Stella tVcalhcrholt Your troubles all depart 8 II McCracken will decorate your me An excellent ticket was elected shaking his big fat sides over tho way in Daisy Sudle lleverly which some of the boys himself among Jane rooms nicely with moulding He can bo and tho people are bound to admit it I havo bosn informed that tho cold Lilies Nora Ilambleton Annie Hambleton and lerrlgo the number got fooled Leus a good spell did not kill all of tho fruit in this found at Babbagos Your regular correspondent is worn Edith Itcron Mary Slpple Ileislc Violets section but it is feared what littlo tho Master Vernner Barrett of Skillman out watching by tho bedside of her sick Democrat McCoule Gracie Gary Ksther Jackson Don Â¬ Dr J 0 Bush will be in llardinsburg freezo has left is all blasted and will ald Murray and Kthal Heron camo up Monday and purchased a nico husband and I am trying to supply her April 10 17 18 10 and 20 Positively drop off Halnbow Drill from Sinbad bicyclo from Sulzers placo for this paper but as Im a novice no longer Will bo prepared to fill your Dr Burgess has received a call to in tho business dont expect anything Tho wheat is injured a great deal es teeth as well as extract them without preach for tho Presbyterian congregaga peciaIy on wot land where I notlco in racy or spicy I cant imagine how she pain by a now process many places it is all gone All young tion at Mansfield Ohio collects such a weekly bundle Im at Qwing to circumstances tho Ephworth of the tobacco Vests have placed no cabinet show my wits to send oven a fagot of reason Â¬ League thought it best to postpone tho clover and about half plants were killed Oats too look very able dimension windows in their new building Eugeno library social until the 17th instead of bad and some of our farmers havo been Kingsberry did the work In offering to the public the services ot the fo tho 10th as it was previously announced resowlng tho past weok lowing breeding stock we do not hesitate to say Tho spiritual meeting will occur tho 10th IRVINGTON Tho City of Vovay is running in tho that we believe it to be as irood as can be found in the state Not only well bred on tbe side ot Gus Brown is nothing if hes not a placo of tho crippled Toll City as a Louis- Â¬ Owensboro District Conference their sires but equally as well through their dams a very Important thing In a breeder Miss Bradley lias returned and resum- Â¬ Democrat Ho mado a strong race for and Henderson packet ville Tho Owensbor district Sunday school County Attorney and whon he ascer- Â¬ Wo are sure to catch your eyo and the ed dressmaking conference M E church South will bo tained his defeat wrote his opponent a No NS II It oyo is the key to tho purso whon neck- Â¬ Mr Robert Pennington of Owensboro held at Llvermoro commencing Thurs Â¬ Was sired and foaled at Lexington Kv This letter congratulating him on his success day April 10 at 0 a m was in town Friday wear is to bo bought Babbago Tho district high styled Kentucky Saddle Stallion will make and saying he would help put him in in 1894 at my place coavcntlon will bo hold at the same the season of on the Louisville one mile Kast of Mr 0 0 Canoyer left Tuesday for his John Smith whoso lifo had long been Ilewleyvllle rod November placo commencing Thursday April 10 despaired of died last Friday evening home at Galesburg 111 Tho literary department of tho Eph Â¬ was UouuroN Ho was taken to Fordsville noxt day Miss Ada Drury of Bewleyvllle at- Â¬ worth League promises to bo an interest Â¬ at 8 a m Two days will bo givon to Denmark he Dinmahk Galnes sired by Fayette by Ned Denmark he by each Let no minister or layman remain racehorse Dlomede he by Imported Ilcdgeforu for burial tended church here Sunday ing department of that organization St dam away Come and como in time Much Crockett by llall Stocking ad dam by Davy jd dam by lionoak 4th dain by Her Spoon Wilkereou says that if ho Mr R Protheroo celebrated his 13th The 23rd of tils month being Shakspearo dam by Highlander could manipulate a coon foot like Carlt birth day by giving a party Saturday day the league will celebrate tho occas- Â¬ of success depends on a full attendance trand 5thYou will notice from this renowned NOTK Brethren in the ministry must not fall sires breeding that he Is backed up by the Richardson can ho would run for Presi- Â¬ evening ion Tho observance of it will occur on families ot Denmarks to havo tho quarterly coforonco records strongest back to thoroughbreds on the sire dent side clear On his dams Mr G G Marshall has purchased tho the 24th that being tho next regular at tho district conference Editors and side ha has some of the best crosses of saddle strongly backed up by Arthur Harris has moved his barber property of Mr Paul Frost arid will meeting in- Â¬ families to be had connectlonal officers are cordially thoroughbreds both on sire and dams side Notice Bhop out of tho Short building to the movo in soon S X Hall P E uisouiixion I handle all kinds of steel and iron vited west end of tho iron bridge Longs old IIoukbon Denmark Is a beautiful bay 16 Mr Herndon McGehee has returned 025 Clay street roofing imitation brick siding and re- Â¬ hands hiirh and has as much natural stvle as stand homo from Valparaiso Ind where ho baa any stallion In the state and is as line a pair all kinds of tinware All kinds of He breeds his colts breeder as can be found There was a small blazo started in the been attending school with style and finish solid colors and plenty of carpenters work done Call and got roof of Frank Mcgloys houso last Thurs site llrceds very strongly after himself eight Mrs Charles Anderson and children prices John M Lewis out of every ten going the gaits by the mothers day but it was extinguished before ser- Â¬ of Guston were tho guests of Mrs Stlth He transmits his saddle qualities very side readily because his gaits are all natural and not ious damage waa dono The Last Charter Member sovoral days last weok acquired He goes all the gaits easily but es pecially to be admired I his running walk Tho Ladies Sewing Society of the Mr David Adams an old and honored Goodson Misa Frances attended leads to Consumption Stop Methodist church are requested to meet church at Webster Sunday and waa tho citizen of Hancock county was buried at tho Cough heal tho Lungs at the residence of Mrs J D Babbago guest of Mrs Laura Kennedy Canary llmu Is Inbred Black Warrior black Hawesville by the Masons last Sunday Â¬ fine with mealy points Is and strengthen tho System did action with heavy ofbone carriage and splenof this afternoon April 11 As a breeder Bate Washington and littlo neph Â¬ Mr Adams waa born In 1800 and waa Mrs AVe hang paper as cheap as any other class mules his character Is well known hrst with tho last charter member of Hancock TttUinB paper hanger A liberal discount will ew Logan Holm left Thursday for Lex Â¬ Lodge No 115 to visit Dr Larue Helm Veiiliiurk 1000 to Insure Hourbou payable on all wall paper when wq ington be given a living colt when colt Is foaled If The funeral waa largely attended by mare should be sold or traded of the money will Misses Ermine Muuford left Monday hang 11 T F Sawyer Masone and other friends there being be due at time of sale nr parting therefrom Cuuury Hlril 800 to insure a live colt Bishop Dudley baa been appointed to for a weeks visit to Louisville and will delegatea from Cannelton Cloverport payable when colt Is foaled If mare should be officiate in Cloyerport in tho evening of attend the Robea Tydinge nuptials Lewieport and other places The follow soled or traded off the money will be due at the No rcsponsl time of sale or parting thcrclrom Thursday the IStii Inst and will be the while there ing persona from Cloverport went down Mares kept on bllity for accidents or escapes easy terms jaBlBSSSSBSSSSelBSSBSSSSSSSSeSSBSSeSSSSSSfaSaW guest of Mrs Watkins Misses Ermine Ellen and Kitty Mum and took part in thefuneral ceremonies CIIAS II DRURY Mask Smith and Ed L Porter of ford accompanied by Mr Hudson of F J Ferry O W Moorman A B the Cream of Cod liver Oil BKWLKVVIIIKKV FordTlllamu over last Suatky after- Louisville were the guests of Mrs F P Skillmin J D Gregory F P Payne and hypophosphites It Is cattle that had been bought1 at the Og- Hagood Sunday V S Long Ja A Boyd Wm Ashby A GREAT BARGAIN palatable and easy on the leeby sale gome weeks ago Three hundred acres of land In Duncana ValMr R M Jolly and fatally have Geo A Harris Mike Jungllng J O well watered Fhjiicians the ley for sale three good dwellings the rest up moved back tolrvington and are at the Forter II 0 Brandenburg Beside one hundred acreu valley land vsi a nvapflMIA land well timbered a splendid sugar camp world oyer endorse It McGlothhm houee we are glad to eh tbeee Mr and Mrs W II Bowser Mr ltd atmayft lataratn taio well set In blue grass Will sell on easy terms give possession any time Bounce that Mm Jelly ami Morris are ad Mm J 0 JarWoe aad Mrs Dr Jesse AHM lkssy0Kil P MM CtaWMMt OKOHOK W NKFF Bunts Apply to recovering their health Owen wereproflont Hrcckenrldge county Ky N T Alt aVwUU Vf S wit RM 7Nw4 STYLES RELIABLE GOODS I iBfflfflgfflffiggggsggBggffigBffiaBflaBBBgis AND LOW PRICES CREAM BAKING POWDER Piece Goods Ready Made Clothing And Gents Furnishing Goods I iko doughnuta are hand Now Is The Time To Buy JULIUS WINTER CO that a man stands about sixteen chances to bo struck by lightning to ono of getting a good pair of shoes tlteso days mado and lastere Wiso tnon say Whole i SULZERS are the people who want to meet you when in need of a good honest faithful pair of bIiocs A few crumbs of comfort VVV flVsV Loaf of MsVVV1WVV may be gathered hero and there but If you want 1 i 1 t Satisfaction vvvvvwwwv MsaSSmmBSMSiS For MFVXMIXTlTJK iwtei mmemtm SHOES mAKvIPPI hTAia1BBEtw iSfr WUUKKA r1 Carpets Straw Mattings SPECIALTY OF i ni It ill lull ulltlmllt li liitllhi T A - Oil Cloths Rugs and Curtains Come and see us and no will astonish you with our low prices Now is the time for you to purchase a carpet or mat- Â¬ ting for wo 8urelv havo enough to Bclect from Wo havo tho best selected stock that has over been shown in this part before AVe also havo a largo anil well selected stock of 1 1 Dry Notions Shoes Groceries Hardware Chinaware Etc G oods If you como Bt You will surely save money and insiiect our stock ETEFF OKI HUM li KAGIU GUSTON KY 3 Reliable Store llilil III ill HIH tH 1IIUIII illll III till HHlMltllNII HlrlHllllMtHHI TlltlHIHIItlllillllllMI 1IU ttllllllMllMIIMIHttlMmlllltlHMll JTummrrmrmrrrrmsmsm1Vrm UnlllllUllMllHHIIH HI IIIMl rS335SsaS3-SB-3MlllHI lllil Ht EAUTIFY DRURYS Your Home This should bo tho d one Your homo should bo as comfortable and beautiful as your means will allow Littlo expunso is necessary to decorate your rooms with our BREEDING STOCK Bourbon Denmark iiuigiiii Wall Paper Wo havo tho largest stock in this section Our stock of attractivo designs at all prices is large and varlod and each price is tho low Â¬ est for tho money Como in and seo us before you mako your pur Â¬ Â¬ Coughing chase Jack Canary Bird VeryRespectfulIy Scotfs Jd llAnDiNsiiuna 3 wiitriMiimiintsiiistMWMltihltWiiiiittt Emulsion r Kv -- V Jdeard imti Co nrrrrwwr stomach Â¬ wffTrw A Fight for Millions Soon aAuppesix tbs IAMU IWPMHVwipi ap 6 Highest of all 11 Titm Leavening Power bSleioeinridqh news olovbrport ky INVENTION tho Comforts of Man Havo Boon Incroasod by Amorican Genius tion and MoASichuselts one for every 1055 of here North Carolina takes one for every 21288 and llho 1o Island one for every 1101 Georgia takes ono pat Â¬ ent for every 14817 persons and New Alabama York 0110 for every 1035 took ono for every 18157 and Illinois ono for every 1014 Wbcro wo find tho largest general intelligence the widest diffusion of the benefit of free schools there wo find tho largest inventive ac- Â¬ tivity and the best fruitage of mechan- Â¬ ical talent Many great American in- Â¬ ventors have earned world wido fame Fitch and Fulton for steam boats Whit Â¬ ney for cbtton gin Evans for milling macliiifory Whitmore and Jcnks for looms Terry Ives and Jerome forelocks LotilUrd far tobacco making Edwards for leather making Wood for plows Bladchard for lathes for turning irregular forms Spencer for geometrical lathes Hoe Adams and Gordon for printing presses Collins nnd Hoot for nr making Ames for bIiovcIp Woodward for wood machinery Fairbanks and Howe for scabs Howe and Crosby for pin making Knott and Mott for stoves Stuart for sugar refining Baldwin arid Wlnans for locomotives Pullman for sleeping cars McCormack and Ketchum for reapers Colt Sharp Spencer Smith and Wesson for flrd arms Phillips for matches Wells for hats Goodyear for India rubber Ericson for naval construction and hot Wilson Singer air engines Howe Glbbe Grover and Baker for sewing inachieB Mdrso for tho telegraph Tat ham for lead pipe Whipple for screws Chlckering and Stein way for pianos Burden for hotse shoes Yale for locks Itocbling for wiro cables Collis for steam engines Disston for saws Stephenson for horse cars and Gatling forqulck firlng guns The result of tills activity is to bo seen in tho comfortable condition of the work Â¬ During the ing classes in America term of hs patent the inventor or his assignee may make money out of it but when it expires it practically be- Â¬ comes a gift to the masses The pro- Â¬ ducing power of tho world has been in- Â¬ creased manifold without any corres- Â¬ ponding increase in tho comsuming power of the upper classes The wealthy do not eat more bread and meat to day than they did years ago Yet the output of the commodities has been vastly aug- Â¬ mented and they aro consumed in largo quantities by a section of the population which onco soldom got llesh food and of- Â¬ ten went short of bread And so of nearly every other industry the working classes take tho bulk of what is produced for tho vary good reason that they are able by the aid of machinery to turn out several times as much work in a day as could their forefathers At tho saino time that their production has increased their actual labor lias diminish- Â¬ ed A man witli a lwavy job In a foot latho not only worked slowly but pain Â¬ fully When a long day was ended every faculty was exhausted and he tramped homo to rest exhausted both in body and mind Now lie looks on while the latho does tho work and In tho evening discusses tho provisions of tho Employers Liability Act ling Â¬ H JUFJT I II JLtUlmJllJ I HIIIW Latest U S Govt Report tMBRRPflnSHH RoYal Breckenridge News 1S9 A IM J 11 Baking WILLOW DALE Mr Crawford of Long Rranch was up on business last week Mr Creed Hayncs left for Uranden burg Monday morning Mr Jim Smith of Vino Grove is visit- Â¬ ing Mrs Suo Hayncs and family Mr Willie Gerkins attended prayer meeting near West Point Sunday night Mrs Ilulel of West Point spent Wednesday witli her friend Mrs Gerk- ins Mrs Wortli Withers and daughter Maude spent the afternoon with Mrs Iiegbtol Sunday Mr Harry Smith and Miss Gerkins spent tho evening with Miss Fannio Hayncs Thursday Mrs Newt Withers and daughter Mollle wcro tho guests of Mrs Ben Winterbower Thursday Miss Alico Kose Miss Katie Withers and Mr ISoyd Hayncs attended church at Gmnettsville Sunday Miss Alico Hose Miss Kate Withers and the Misses Heglitol spent tho even ing witli Miss Etta Gerkins Friday Mr Tucker leaves to night for his homo in Cave City Ky his sister Mrs Key will accompany him as far as Lou- Â¬ isville Mr Harry Smith has returned to his homo in Louisville after spending a few days witli friends and relatives in this community Miss Fannie Hayncs attended Sunday school at Muldraugh Sunday They have good attendance and an excellent Superintendant Mr II Smith Cleaning the yai da and gardening are the order of tho day while this pretty spring weather lasts but tho melodious songs of the frogs tells us that rain is not far oir Miss Annie Smith of Louisville spent Sunday with Miss Etta Gerkin There seemed to be groat attractions for a cer tain young gentleman whilo she was there or at least ono would imagino so could they have seen him galloping his horso in that direction Take care Clarence Â¬ How DONT COME TO TOWN Without Coming Around to tho Mammoth and getting ABSOLUTELY PURE sm Powder Tho Records of tho Patont Toll a Tale of Wonder- Â¬ ful WE STILL wo Olflco Progross GO MARCHING ON A WATCH FREE FOR YOUR BOY NEW SPRING GOODS LOWER PRICESTHAN EVER KNOWN IN LOUISVILLE 1 OOO I f at- Lv compare tho condlon of WEDNESDAY eMMkJia I SACKS FROCKSlCUTAWAYSr A tho poor to day with that of previous ages AT that we seo how much tho inventor has AH done for humanity To know how hard A BOA life must havo been before the advent of machinery we only have to imagine a fam- Â¬ Tho handsomest JU I W A T 0 II ily set down on an island and called upon A Civil Engineer Has a Hand to to provldo all their food and clothing v over presented to tho Customcra JfVfrt mimic Hand Contest with a M Chllds SultM at 1 without the aid of modern appliance--ts American Lever a R It Monster Sorpont tliM JRiL plough and reap to thresh winnow m Hoys Illnck Cheviot Suits 1 in nicklo or black and grind to raise cattle kill nnd dress OJBiMovcment Ifcll y for 5 them to shear card ppln and weavo Prize Fight That Meant More CaS0 anc a kklc pMed or oxi- - aV their wool to make and mend their Than a Friendly Bout with dized Chain and Charm exactly fiUtJl COMBINATION SUITS clothes to provide soap candles tools Two ounce Gloves cutlery earthenware paper pencils as illustrated go with each Watch Our colobrotcd Combination nails medicines leather boots ropes Suits for Children at 4 1460 and the thousand and one things that HE WON THE BET Tho manufacturers desired to introduce their Watches and sold 5 and 0 splendidly made and are needed in a home Evidently it them to in at such a ridiculously low price for tho advertising wo would an extra pair of Pants with each Â¬ could not be dono oven if labor were conÂ¬ A Newark engineer who had sen e 1 on give them that wo aro able to give them with all purchases of 12 or over Suit are selling faster than any- Â¬ tinued from dawn to eve and then thing wo ever offered and winthe engineering corps employed in the far into the night And this under the ning new laurels for the old construction of the Nicaragua cannl nnd EXAMPLE favorable conditions of a yeomans fam Â¬ EXAMPLE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE Mammoth was home on a short furlough tells the How much ily without rent to pay Buy a 12 Suit Buy 12 worth Buy S12 worth Buy 12 wortli story of a duel with n hon constrictor hy worse must it have been under tho ex- Â¬ of gooda for your or Overcoat nnd for all your fam ior anybody nnd DONT SPEND A DOLLAR a fellow engineer Life in the canal Two thirds actions of a feudal lanblord you get a Watch boy and get a iy combined you get a Watch country is dreary and various schemes In Louisville till you como to the of what we consider necessaries must free Watch free Watcii free free nre resorted to in order to relieve the Mammoth and see our attractive have been omitted from the list of that monotony One of the parties stated stock of Mens Boys and Chi- Â¬ day and to sore toil must havo been ad Â¬ 12 Mail Order1 one evening that ho could kill n boa ldrens Clothing Shoes Hats and ded wanty fare and insufficient clothing single handed The rest of the crowd Purchases may be made in any department of the house all at orfe time or at Furnishings and Ladies and Long before America was discovered tried to convince him he was wrong hut different times bringing or sending tho purchase card with you every time to get Mens Shoes the inventor had commenced tho ameho stuck to the assertion Finally a the amount of jour purchase punched out You ought to have our New Spring The lioration of the lot of tho race handsome bet was made that ho could Catalogue Send your address rig- Â¬ man who devised a form of ships not kill a boa alone if the reptile was In ging that would enable a vessel to beat its natural condition The young engi- Â¬ the wind unlocked the fetters of thous- Â¬ neer promptly accepted the term of the -- AND ands of gaily slaves and by rendering wager The next day a gang of natives communication easier and cheaper 11 ml a boa were sent into the forest to made matters better for both buyer They came upon a well grown specimen and seller The wind mill and water Market bet 4th and 5th Sts fully fifteen feet long It had eaten LOUISVILLE KY wheel released woman kind from tho heartily a few days before it was discov Â¬ of grinding at the immemorial task ered and being torpid was captured wheel to provide tho daily ration of without dilliculty and taken back to Hour The movable typo and printing ramp It was deposited inn room where J M HARPER DANIEL BROOKS What tho Olergy Say About J 0 BOUKNE press did a still greater work by convey it was securely bound nnd then left until the ing the knowledge of tho few to the its sleep should be over many thus putting tho ignorant and the BOURNE CO BROOKS The young engineer who was to meet inapt in possession of the experience of the monster of the forest in a duel to Besides such no the wise and skillful the death probably repented of his rash table inventions as theso hundreds of a Kev Robert M Barrett Baptist Semi Â¬ bargain many times but ho never let less imposing nature had been made and nary Louisville Ky I gladly add any ono know it and was dead game there authors had passed away and been my testimonial to that of many witnesses as the saying goes from first until last forgotten It was only when tho patent for the Electropoisc Besides other ser- Â¬ ttaas often remain in torpor for three CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP law was passed in this country that an ious troubles I havo cured a sovere at Â¬ weeks and it was nearly 11 fortnight be enduring record was commenced of tho tack of la grippe in ono nights treat- Â¬ fore the pinioned snake showed signs of names of those who have endeavored ment BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILI returning activity The engineer then KY Six days slialt thou labor says the to use their brains to sai their time and appointed a nijht for the combat and great lawgiver To do good Itev W W Bruce Hustonvillo Ky work man the young man who was to face the sei must be at his best This condition is muscles With tho Electropoiso 1 havo cured a Tho colonization of America com Â¬ pent went into active training It had attained by the usoof AyersSarsaparilla bad case of opium habit in less than two JrifJeadaLeVyakeJuliM8lAtManboodiNlxbtl7KnilJloni auiuniri NerToat been stipulated that his only weapon It overcomes that tired feeling quickens menced from an Anglo Saxon point of months time the patient now has n uiuiwiiutunvi error exccMlre uso or Ul eilDCr 10 caucd view witli the settlements in the early lr overexertion youthful uvnoimuunDriiiruurKDlJtobacco odIud xoratlm was to be a knife and the young man desire for tho drug uinnia wnicn ipaioinnrtniET ennaumnnnn n inn IV I n lis ASM Art In tho appetite improves digestion nnd part of tho sixteenth century By that Teat pocket St per box O or HSi br mull prepaid With 81 order wo relied on his clear brain iron nervo and makes tho weak strong Editorial from Central Methodist t5 nrntelocBrj or refund the ra nrv period on immense progress had been Jdnwrirlsta Arkrorlt takennnther WritnrnrfnAiiii inrj- Sold brail il Catlettsburg Ky Itev Z Meek Editor supple wrist to carry him through the A muouaaju irfKnliujiu lnDllnnrDDer AddreiaAfKllVJ3J8RKiiiiinniTdmniA n made in arts and manufactures but still For tats In Clorerport Ky br A K F18IIKK and by C C MAIIT1N DrogglM encounter in safety When work was Unless ten thousand men mainly pro- Â¬ tho load of labor pressed very heavily on ROUGH RIVER fessional men lawyers doctors editors over on the appointed day those who Physicians clergymen and scientists preachers and all classes including tho ings to keep the lower classes It was only when tho were in the secret entered the room and up the interest Not so wind mill and the water wheel could be unite in recommending Ayers Cherry proceeded to cut the ropes witli which writer aro very much mistaken the with tho average church membes any Money Appropriated By Congress to utilized that work could bo undertaken Pectoral as an invaluable remedy for At a Bargain to tho right man the serpent was bound It had been Electropoiso effects cures gives relief other place Is more interesting than the on a large scale The sickle the scythe throat and lung troubles Put the Stream In Navigable coiled up and several bands placed about where all other remedies have failed weekly prayer meeting and yet God the Old Reliable the flail tho hand loom tho spinning Condition it These were all bevered hut one and especially is it efficacious in delicate pays better wages to his servants than wheel the sledge hammer tho as tho CAR TRUCKS the snakes opponent entered while his feeble women the devil docs to his The Hartford Herald in speaking of hand saw the file the wagon theso companions beat a hasty retreat to Itev Geo II Means Covington Ky were tho implements witli which tho coignes of vantage from which to watcii tho River and Harbor appropriations EKRONi In ono nights Hrao the Electropoiso clearing and peopling of the forests of How Fixed Wheels on an- Immovable tho strango battle and to give succor in comments in the following manner relieved mo of brain congestion and ver- Â¬ S J Brown was in the city last week Good BtHie dam everlasting povyer New World were commencod Axle Are Forced Bound It is gratifying news to the peoplo of tho a last extremity tigo My wife was relieved of a severo B Guedry went to Long Branch last and doing a good business All in a Curve The young engineer was lightly clad Ohio county that by tho present Kivcr Much progress was mado by their aid attack of neuralgia in one hour week and Harbor bill 12500 is to be added to but only as the result of great suffering first class order and carried in his right hand a long For particulars Itev John I Kogcrs Danville Ky Gus Brown Cloverport was in town knife highly ground and sharpened the present fund to the credit of Hough indomitable perseverence and endless Tho degrco of perfection attained in A kinswoman of mine who was appar Â¬ last week address or apply to The monster half famished as it was river This makes a total of 52500 ap-Â¬ labor In some cases whole settlements mechanical production is wonderful Mr Tom Brown Tayncsville was in ently rapidly sinking into the grave suf- Â¬ was in a most angry humor and its hor- propriated for this stream About 0000 perished for want of supplies cut off said a mechanic to a writer for tho fering with sciatic rheumatism and in town lost woek for lack of means of W CARY Mr Joe Buren Louisville visited rela- Â¬ rid head oscillating to and fro and of tliis has heretofore been wasted how- Â¬ from civilization Pittsburgh Dispatch In almost every cxtretno pain day and night in a very with distended JawH and viciously shin Â¬ ever in a so called cleaning out of the communication and in others it was line of mechanical inventions you seo short time obtained freedom from all tives here last week Clifton Mills Ky Mr Thos Roberts and wife returned ing beady eyes must have made tho river bed Two years ago a force of only the bounty of nature in respect of faults and difficulties overcome which pain walks without crutch or cane nnd homo from Lima Ohi6 last week young mans Ihsh creep Ho strode hands were put to work removing logs fish and game that turned the scalo make it seem nearly impossible to ad- declares that she is well It is a mystery Tim MoAulifle Louisville was shak straight up to the be a and witli a light and obstructions of all kinds from the Tho rigorous climato prevented out door vance further Viewed in this light to me almost a mlrcie ing hands with friends hero Sunday river Timber on the bank was also work during several months in the tho Imperfections in the construction of ning stroke of his knife cut the remain Rev W F Wyatt Morning View Ky 3Ii8se8 Lydia and Laura Lee Guedry ing band that bound it Ho jumped deadened Tho bed of tho stream is in year and manufacturing operations were our railroad car trucks aro strangely I began to improve from the first ap- are visiting relatives at Laconia Ind quite tho samo condition now that it was not sufficiently advanced to enable labor Inconsistent for they aro palpably at plication of back the imtant the stroko had fallen Mr T Elbert Laconia Ind was visit tho wonder working gem with the celerity of a tiger cat but his before but tho timber along the banks to be fully utilized under shelter It variance with our high attainment in my general health is better than it has Ing his daughter Mrs A E Guedry last was the policy of tho homo government li a ten page eight column Democratic New- week swiftness was snail like compared with can bo easily removed mechanical construction I refer to the been in years I bclievo it to be a God piper lt contalni tbe belt of everything Rev A R Willed and wife were in golny lliNBT Tho sum of t5000 or flOOOO now to make tho colonists purely agricult- Â¬ custom which has never been improved given that of the serpent Quicker than WatiiokIi tbe Editor remedy town last week the guests of his brother soon to bo available for tho purpose uralists and to pay for their food stuffs upon since railroading began of using thought tho boa descended upon his Dr J M Willett and raw products in goods and for a long enemy Ueforo the man could ecarcely ought to put the river in good condition Price -100 a Year wheels securely fastened to rigid axles Address DuBois Webb 500 Fourth Miss Mollio Board went ti tho city lost move the snake had fallen upon his for navigation as far up as Hartford time tliis was successfully pursued Tho It would seem that on such an all- - street Louisville Ky week to take Items and to purchase her Tbe Wiiily Codkikr Jouixil makei very spring stoek of millinery goods arm had wound its way up its entire Tills will give us ready and cheap com American inventor had scarcely a mar- Â¬ impo taut matter as this some improve- Â¬ SSPSend for circulars free liberal S M Henry went to Louisville last mlumi terms to agenti and glvei free pre length and was biting at his shoulder munication witli the cheapest markets ket until tho connection with England ments would bo made but there has forclubi Sample copies of tbe paper week and had a tumor removed from his and four page Premium The arm around which the snake had to buy in and the highest markets to was snapped Then the aspect of nihil is been none Tho running gear of cars Supplement lent free McDANIELS shoulder Dr Dugan performed the to- any addren Write to wound itself was the young fellows sell in that are to be found in tho coun- was changed and a desire to becomo a as now constructed is only adapted for operation knife nrtn Luckily the hand and wrist try It will give to our peoplo a ready manufacturing people soon found ex- Â¬ uso on straight tracks But as there News Is scarce Courier - Journal Oompany were free He did not wait to transfer and active market for all thoy ran pro-Â¬ pression in tho passage of a patent law must bo curves on roads the trucks aro NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Misses Dora McDaniel who has been Tho first patents were granted in tho LOUISVILLE KY the knife to his free hand but summoned duce and will enhanco to an immeasur Â¬ simply forced around them It is said quite sick is now convalescent Breckenridge Circuit Court all his power and cut at the coil of the able degree the business and agricultural year 1790and there were only three of that it requires one third more motive THE BEECKENRIDQE HEWS J D Deelcr Plff Bro Allen was here and preached them for that year The first was to serpent nearest his pinioned hand It interests of this part of the country power to carry a train around an ordi- Â¬ In Eqaltj vi ad Tine Ohio county has wealth enough to Samuel Hopkins for a process of manu- Â¬ nary curve than on a straight track with power as usual Wo are so glad Taylor Heard Vo DefU I was a splendid stroke a backward cut Weekly Courier Journal that wo have a religious proisldng elder facturing pot and pearl ash tho sec- Â¬ This is duo to tho strain to All jienoni having elalmi agslmt tbe late and it was clear through tho body Tho make rich a county five times her size Will which the lent one year to any addreii for 200 Our Quarterly meeting tho first Sun- Â¬ firm or Beard Berler of Hardlnibiirg Ky upper portion of tho slimy coll dropped and one of these days she will ariso and ond was to Joseph Sampson for manu wheels are subjected In making a Addren JNO D BARRAGE are requetted to flle tbe tame with me properly facturing candles though tho method of day was well attended considering the verified as required by law on or before the Cloverport Ky to tho floor and the Intrepid engineer feeling her strength and importance curve the outside track is longer than had won his bet Tho entire contest she will demand tho consideration to dipping candles was very generally fol- Â¬ tho inside one Now with a wheel on weather and the deplorable condition lit day of May 1891 alio all penoni Indebt Â¬ ed to tbe above named firm are requeited to The lasted but a few seconds and so quickly which she is by natural blessings en- lowed for sixty years after that each track and fastened immovably to of the house call at my office In Hardlniburg Ky at onee prayer meeting in the Jarboo and tettle tame and avo coiti pass that tho breathless onlookers titled All wo need is an opportunity third patent was awarded to Oliver the axle both wheels roust make tho did it Tho Evans for method of manufacturing flour Tbe member of tbe above laid firm are iub scarcely realized what had happened and that will soon bo here Bamplea and Boob How to same number of revolutions In round- neighborhood still continues with power Joined and reitralned by order of court from Thirty tlireo patents were and meal Piper mailed rues iovovKbbV There have been about forty conversions making any collection or adjuitlnir anr olalma Tho young man was pretty thoroughly ing a curve how is the inside wheel of the above t Id firm Persons who aro subject to attacks of granted in 1701 nine In 170- - twenty In which has a much shorter distance to and snnctiflcations up to this time llandtome Paper 3s exhausted His shoulder was quite MATTHIAS MILLER Receiver Qtt Paper 6c badly lacerated by tho teeth of tho bilious colic can almost invariably tell 1703 twenty ono in 1701 eleven In 1705 travel to make an equal number of Rev E N Metcalfe wlfo and llttlo Appointed by tbe Breckenridge Circuit Court Ollt Paper 16c snake Tho strangest part of the episode by their feelings when to exspect an at thirty seven n 1700 fifty one in 1707 revolutions with tho outsido wheel March 3d 181 Velma Misses Deo and Neddy Hunter Hmboad Oold13o If Chamberlains Colic Cholera which appears to have been a year of It is dono in UiIb way Tho inside and Sliss Cooper spent the day Friday was that tho young mans orm was lame tack 9 ln Border 3c yd unwonted activity in the demands for o ln Ollt for weeks and all up its length was a and Diarrlia a Itemedy is taken as soon 3c vd wheel slips upon the inner or shorter at the hospitable homo of Mr Sam Par Â¬ Park Ohisitv Jillb will reduce your weight spiral black and blue mark where the as these symptoms appear they can patents as only ono week passed with- Â¬ rail whijo tho outside ono covers the sons 3xUauwKVRobt Montana PERMANENTLY from 11 to 15 pound a month In 1708 tho longer dUtanco At tho same snake had encircled it St Louis Globe ward oir the disease Such persons out ono being granted Ickneii or Injury NO lime the MtBlleo ibif paper- The most of the talk is about tho de- Â¬ MO HTAltVlitri buildup Ihehealth and IUIJ I bey UCITV beautt should always keep the itemedy at hand business fell off ono half only twenty inclination of tho track required in mak Â¬ Democrat struction of the h uit vegtables oatp ly the complexion leaving MO WIUMKLES or ready for immediate use when needed five patents being awarded and in 1700 ing curves throws most of the load upon STOUT AIIDOMFNH and dltllcult wheat and clover But good friends JUbblntu lurely relieved NO EXPERIMENT breathing Tho more Chamberlains Cough rem Â¬ Two or three doses of it a the right time thirty nine were granted the wheel that is slipping causing a havo patience God rules tho world yet but a acientlric and rtoiltlve relief adopted only Among tho patents for theso ten years edy is used tho better It Is liked Wo will save them much suffering For sale All orden great strain upon both wheel and axle and he says Trust in tho Lord and do after yeari of experience rrice IJoo per aupplled packa ua uireci iroinour omce know of no other remedy that always by A It Fisher Cloverport Ky and we find sixteen for nail making ma Â¬ It lias been computed that this strain or three nackagee for xo by null potlpald good and thou slialt dwell in the laud leitlinoniali and particular scaled icti chines though nearly all tho nails used gives satisfaction is good when you Kincholoo Meador Co Ilanllnsburg It is equal to double that of tho rolling and verily thou shalt bo fed All Correspondence Strictly Confidential even during tho first years of this coun- Â¬ first catch cold It is good when your Ky pressure on a straight track To meet PARK REMEDY CO froslon Mass Our Sunday school will bo reorganized try were mado by hand as blacksmiths cough is seated and your lungs Boro It this tho axle ia made much thicker be- Â¬ on the 6th Hope will not die a nat formerly made horse shoo nails Dur it Is good in any kind of u cough Wo Mass Convention the wheels than at tho journals L ing tho last decade of the lost century tween ural death as jt did last Summer There havo sold twenty five dozen of it and There will bo a mass convention of tho where all tho weight of the car and load are too many only 210 patents were Issued by tho gov- Â¬ children in this couimu every bottle has given satisfaction Democratic party held at Ilanllnsburg on is carried Though It has been long nity going the broad road to eternal ruin Fven as lato as Joflereous Stcdman Friedman druggist Mlnno Monday April 10 1801 for the purpose ernment coming I think the day will finally dawn for the peoplo to bo so indifferent How administration cabinet meetings were sota Lake Minn 50 cent bottles for sale ofnppointing delegates to representllrcck- wlicn these hfeUiu car rucks will be much happier people would bo at Sun Â¬ by A It Fisher Cloverjiort Ky and euridgu county in tho Democratic Con Â¬ frequently called to consider applications oyercomo day school than they are in desecrating A thousand patents are for patents Klncheloe Meador A Co Ilanllnsburg of the Second Appellate District vention now issued for ono during the last ten From as far west as Missouri lilted Gods holy day by visiting Ky on Thursday April 10 1801 to bo held years of the last century men have written ta learn what wages Prayer meeting was held Thursday at Howling Green Ky and to transact Tho Itubslan thistle is fortunately an It la curious to note that while Missis aro paid in tbo dairy districts of New night at the iwreonaKe uniy a ieier nr rTTrrTjrTirr w wa such other business thereto Ky sippi takes one patont for every 30 190 York state The Itural New Yorker ably good attendance annual and tho seeds aro short lived The children D It MuiiitAY Chairman of her population Conni cticut takes one says In these times the man who la Of thk Wtrld rri llf tlutr aanaril 1P Y If then tho plants aro not permitted l KMI f or every 1018 South Carolina takes doing fairly well would better Vtjck to I wW than the children of Uatf to go to seed for two years the weed Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder ono patent for every 23 100 of her popula khflaat know that they must attest their meet fcU nuraaUeJ World frill be exterminated HlgbMt Award fair It is when MENS PlNEf SUITS WHIPPED 8 rfoaaaaaaaHaHlaKaa Hf J S VSlfTrs 10 V1U M 9vn 8r0 tw55 kJm BfcjSJvlJfl jfcrrrMr 1 1 Send a and get a Watcii Free Â¬ H KLEINHANS SIMONSON MAMMOTH SHOE and CLOTHING COMPANY ELECTROPOISE HARPER Commission Salesmen of Live Stock Â¬ MMHQPPlESTOREP 1 Clifton Mill Y - Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ The WEEKLY Â¬ Â¬ C0UKIEfi J0UrH Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Wall Paper Â¬ r i FAT PEOPLE 1 THIS IS THE Dr J Moorman BEST PHOENIX Resident 1IfS Dentist LIME CO Stephensport 0 fhv fi ASK FOR IT - f