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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS l V VOL XVIII GERMAN CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY work and sewing and mending by turns She must help her children with their lessons arid must be content for amuse Â¬ ment to go out occasionally for a walk with her husband stopping always for a glass of beer at a restaurant and this especially on Sunday afternoons A few ball 8 in winter witli tho simplest social entertainments sanwlched in between is about all she over sees or knows of tlio world A woman is considered old at 25 and if not married before that is dab Â¬ bed an old maid and set on ono side and what can sho havo known before that as they seldom travel and aro very strictly brought up On the question of bowing Americans would do well to tako a few hints from tho Germans who aro careful when they be w to friends and acquaintances both men and women to look one directly in the eye which seems to emphasize it greatly Children aro taught that at onco in the schools and thero is nono of the hang dog bashfulacss among them when they respond to a greeting and neither do ladies when they how in tho street look down on tho ground or round the corner or anywhere except at the person they meet a custom only too Boston Transcript common In America JUNE 20 1894 NO 48 PEOPLE TOBACCO MARKET Tho X 4 fc IVORY IE cZIIHjiIC1 1be -A-gpe 3lXGJbidELj HPxogfXGSsion How tlio Do Pooplo Livo What They What Thoy Earn and How Thoy Spend It Prices on Burley Fluctuate Do causo of the Condition and a The old dead Hystem of oppression and destruction has had its centuries of wrong to run Marches abreast with science in her onward sweep Order It May Be In of 3Eercantilo Tholr Daily Ufo at Homo as Com pared with That Exporioncod by Amoricans WASH DAY Chancos for a Red Crop Are couraging But the Price Remains Low QUOTATIONS Dis- Â¬ ONCE A MONTH A FEW 60AP 18- The tallow candle the ox team the flint lock and the old sweat book are relics of ages gone by CASH BEFORE DELIVERY Electricity and gradual tariff reduction aro tho advanced ideas of to day Follow tho crowd and buy from the concern that demands tho SOLID STUFF before tho goods leave tho counter You will come nearer getting a DOLLARS worth for your hundred cents than you will to buy of a concern that buys on credit and sells on ktkrkal time Look over the following prices and you will find that wo have tho Heal Bargain bought right ami stripped of tho middle mans per centnge hlch Is of no small circumstance theso days We can save you 20 to 50 per cent on the bulk of goods you havo to buy I am Yours for Success 99Xop n PfUBE - 4 V f HV x I U Straubiiurci May 12 1894 House- Â¬ keeping taking It nil in nil Is easier iu Germany than In America and In many ways wo Amorirona havo much to learn here It I3 cheaper not because food costs much lets for comparing market prices we sco that meat is about the same in both countries and some staple articles sugar Hour and lard much cheaper in America Itcnts and wages nro of course much lower in Germany but it is cheaper principally because every thing is used and nothing wasted A family hero will buy pieces of meat that In America wo should think too poor and cheap to use but they under Â¬ stand cooking them better than wo do and make them very appetizing and we learn to livo moro simply and altogether on n smaller scale Everything is bought in small quantities for ono reason there are no storu closets and poor cellar ac- Â¬ commodation in these houses and it is largely the custom to pay every day for what is brought into the house The cook receives every day money to pay for the milk and bread meat and vegeta bles are paid for whon ordered Ger Â¬ mans aro pcoplo of small incomes and to pay for each days needs simplifies arranging for other expenses which must perforce run slrongor Servants havo quite a different bill of fare from their employers which is as it should be and they aro perfectly satisfied with it Thoy do not expect to cat meat every day and are not accustomed to it in their own homes but they get a strong nourishing soup always made principal- Â¬ ly of bread and vegetables as iu France plenty ot vegetables cooked in ways pe- Â¬ culiar to them selves generally with a bit of bacon of which thoy aro very fond and bread and cofleo ad libitum gener- Â¬ ally three times a day but no sugar and each one half pound of butter per week Neither do they expect the choice cuts of meat and poultry common iu Amer- Â¬ ican kitchens yet are well fed and con- Â¬ tent and excellent workers A German servant is olwa3s taking lit- Â¬ tle lunches all day long and one general- Â¬ ly finds them with tho mouth full and a large slico of bread and butter is always lying near by where they happen to bo at work polishing tho stovo or ironing as it may chance This difference in feeding servants makes an enormous one ii expenses Wages of cou Be are in proportion to other things A cook who is also a gen- Â¬ eral servant for very few families keep moro than two oven where there aro children gets from 15 to 20 marks per month 375 to 5 and sho is always neatly and comfortably dressed but she never wears a hat or bonnet except on Sunday and invariably knits her own stockings Tno housokeepcr always has in her stock of household linen a largo quantity of aprons for the use of her ser- Â¬ vants so many ol white and colored be- Â¬ ing given out each week and accounted for when a servant leaves But they wear no fine feathers or silk dresses and every one of them men and women pays a small tax to tho Government of about 50c per month credited to them In a bank book at the end of each year and called the hospital fund entltleing them to care and support during illness This small amount is often though not always paid by tho employer and cred- Â¬ ited each month by small stamps Issued for the purpose and for salo at every poet office These are affixed to a card in scriped with the name of the owner and good for ono year or moro as it may be and when full must bo presented at the head polico office for registration whoro they receivo credit for it Arriving at old ago or incapacitated from work each ono is entitled to a ponsion which though small is better than nothing t There is no home made bread in Ger- Â¬ many but washing day has its own ter- Â¬ rors especially so whon it comes but onco a month as in most German fami- Â¬ lies Tjien tho servants do not hesitate to tell the visitors Nein dio gnadigo Frou t nlclit zu hauso wir hnben grosso wasche No tho gracious lady is not at and home we havo our big washing very likely this servant may be a soldier drewed iu his linen suit and bare ted arm looking boiled from the wash tub Most ladies help in some way with the washing and Invariably do all tho cook- Â¬ ing on that day and on tho next they awtlet In sprlnkllug and folding the ilothes to go to the mangle Every Ger Â¬ man girl is taught how to fold the sheets fciul table cloths and it is quite a feat of Kvuinaatlea as they stand one at each end holding the linen with the right foot planted firmly forward and the left ona baok and hen pull with all their wigfit to stretch it and a very fatiguing Â¬ FALLS OF ROUGH Mrs B F Storms has been qulto ill for soveral days Mrs S Quertermount Is visiting her mother In Louisville Miss Mary Payton is visiting her cous in Irene Moorman of Glendeane Mr Sam Davison and wife left Satur Â¬ day for Owcnsboro to visit relatives Mr Sam Davison went to Louisville last week witli two cars loaded with hogs and sheep Mrs Frank Payton and Mrs McDaniel spent several days last week with Mrs D Moorman John Kay has hcon quite sick with fever for several days Hope to see him out again soon Miss Jennie Green left Tuesday to spend a month visiting friends and rela- Â¬ tives in Louisville Misses Ida Shumate and Victoria Payne of Gustonwcro the guests of Mrs Wratlier last week Our gallent agent of this place has an idea of giving up telegraphy and learn Â¬ ing to be a Shumaker Miss Jennie and Bell Davison attended tho funeral of Mrs W Woolsley at Shady Grove last Sunday Miss Maud Iluer of Louisville came down last week to spend tho summer with her mother Mrs John Iluer Mr Bay has his pump factory all up and ready for work Ho has fino machin- Â¬ ery and hope ho will make a success with tho business Miss Boso Todd of Owcnsboro and Aiss Julia Lawrence and Miss Chastine McGregoryof Louisville were the guests of Mrs L Green last week Mr Clide Shumate says he cant de Â¬ cide which is the worst feeling to have a Green heart or ft Painful one but ho thinks ho will come out Victorious Mr A T Landrum who has been teaching school in Arkansas for tho past seven years will teach our school this QUOTATIONS coming term beginning July 2d He quotations are for Bound mer Â¬ Theso will leave for Traskwood Ark and tako chantable packages If otherwise prices up school at that placo range from 1 to 3 lower Professor 0 Armstrong of Virginia DARK closed his school at Mr L Greens last Trath i 50 to a 00 1 oo to J oo Friday but alas ho still lingers at tho Common Iugi Medium 300 to 400 mansion with the ltose Wa regret very Good 4 00 to 5 00 much to glvo him up for ho baa won the Common Leaf 4 50 to sso of all those who had the plea- - Medium friendship 5 jo to 700 Good 7 00 to Soo sure of meeting him Fine Mr Glint Beauclmmp received a tole UKLSY gram last Thursday saying his daughter Traih 1 50 to 350 3 50 to 500 Mrs Julie Cummins of Texas was not Common Lurs 500 to 700 expected tq uvq t Wo werq very sorryj jlkledluin Lui Good Lug 700 to 1000 to hear such 144 news for sho wju ono1 Common Leaf goo to 11 00 Medium Lear 11 00 to 14 00 01 iiemucKy b luir ami sweetest uaugui Good Icaf 14 00 to 18 00 ers 18 00 to ai 00 jlne Leaf Quito an interesting game of bail was Farmers Home Journal played hero last Sunday afternoon be Â¬ Among recent sales we notlco that tween Glondeano and Falls The game tho New Enterprise Warehouso sold 5 resulted in a score of 27 td 5 in favor of hhdsof Breckenridge county lugs at 15 GO Glendeane Quito a number of visitors 5 20 4 85 4 75 and 4 35 were present Como again boys and wo The Falls City Warehouse sold 2 hhda will see who gets tho flowers Breckenrldge county common leaf and trash at 17 10 and 3 00 Â¬ Â¬ 4 The Burley market this week has been At some ware houses the bidding would seem irregularly high and at others irregularly low It has certainly been irregular Tho bidding too has seemed to drag considerably The market has shown very little snap or activity The excessive hot weather has probably had a depressing influence on the energy of buyers Then too it is the kind of weather and the time of year that causes buyers to discount prices heavily for soft order A great deal of tho tobacco now being broken is found to be iu the midst of the sweat and only those buyers can tako it who can uso it immediately Again when buyers And a hogshead in soft order thoy know that tho fur mors can not hold It consequently they aro not afraid of its being rejected All of theso conditions contribute to give us rather an unsatisfactory market this week It should be added however that medium and good leaf when specially sound and in keeping order usually elicits strong competition and the hogshead brings near Its worth Very common lugs and trash Is also sell- Â¬ ing reasonably well Colory grades still has tho call on other types Dark tobacco is steady and fairly strong at the low figures quoted If thero was any way to securo a reasonable amount of competition on dark tobacco this type would seem to be in n strong position The stocks hold aro not excessively large and the reports from the dark dis- Â¬ trict as to tho condition of the now crop is not encouraging It is well known that tho plant beds in the dark district suffered much moro than in the Burley country tho ravages from cut worms were much worse and now they aro suf- Â¬ fering from drouth with a large propor- Â¬ tion of the crop yet unset In some sections thoy have had no rain since early in May and tho drouth caught the later planting before they had fully taken root and now it is probable that a great deal of this will either die or prove almost worthless With tills condition surrounding the dark market prices should Improve and as stated abovo if there was any way to obtain competition between foreign buyers prices would improve But when the foreign buyers agree with each other that one of them will buyal Jhe dark at one warehouse and another all at the next house and not hid against each other there seems little hope for tho dark tobacco grower getting rich at his business rather puzzling ttw FOR CL0THE5 THC PROCTER Money Exchanges GcnU Collars jc Heat Patent Sox loc Laces Embroideries a QAM OLE CO CtNTl WILLOW DALE Rain is needed badly Mr Creed Haynes has gone to Hebards ville on business Mr J 0 Smith is visiting friends ami relatives in Louisville Mr Jim Geohagan sjwjnt Sunday with his parents at West Point Misses Fnnniti Haynes and Tena Perry were in Louisville shopping recently Miss Mollle Withers wont to Louisville Wednesday to spend a few days witli friends Will some ono of tho correspondents please send mo tho song of Tlio Brides Farewell Mr E T Ilickcreon of Kkron was tho guest of Miss Fannlo Haynes Satur Â¬ day and Sunday Mr Kilns Highee and family and Mrs Walker of Gnrnettaville spent Sunday with Mrs Florence Smith Mr Ovid McCrackon of Garrett was at Mrs Suo Haynes Sunilay I wonder what can bo tho attraction Mrs Katherino Kincald Mrs Fred Key Misses Kmma Withers and Fflie Perry are all on tho sick list Rev Cherry preached ot Muldraugh Saturday night Several from this place attended and were well pleased with his sermon Dr Wm Crutcher of West Point was called to see Mr Elliot Monday who had the raisfortuntfof getting fiis ankle very seriously sprained Dr M J Davis is a prominent phy Â¬ sician of Lewis Cass county Iowa and has been actively engaged in tho practice of medicine at that placo for tho post thirty five years On tho 20th of May whilo in Des Moinesen route to Chicago ho was suddenly taken with an attack of dlarrhcca Having sold Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrluea Remedy for the past seventeen years and knowing its reliability hn procured a 25 cent bot- Â¬ tle two doses of which completely cured him Tho excitement and chango of water and diet incident to traveling often produce a diarrluen Every ono should procure a bottlo of this Remedy beloro leaving home For sale by A It Fisher Clovorport Ky and Klncheloe Meador Co Hardlnsburg Ky Ileit Irench Ual IlrigKan other placet Co and 65c Umler hlrt 40c A l lne LUIe Sox 15c two lor 15c A nice Imitation IlalhrigKan Undenhlrt 15c Heat N Y Mills Mualin Unlaundred Shirt 50c other house 1 can not duplicate It for less than 75c Sne you big money In this line llest Laundrcrl Shirt N V Mllla 75c other houses loo and f t35 Fine 4 ply Collars loc better gradea at lj llne Culls 4 ply 15c better grades roc Hcaullful Designs In Neckwear from 10c to The latest thing out Flowing Ends at n llcaut JjC A beauty in style 35 and jjc can not be hid at any other house for less than jo and 60c Tics already nude up from to joe The nicest thing nut In lawn Mows at 15c Come Hoys and git rigged for the Grand Fourth you have seen our locly designs in thesu goods We have the neatest and most complete line ever shown In thlt town they consist of Fine I Incus Torchons Yaltncieniict and lolnt Dclrland We have the neatest pattcrna In Hamburg andSwIst Kmbrolderlea and tnstrtingt ever opened In thlt country and our prlcet are at least 30 per cent lower than other concerns Nicest Valenciennes Laces 5 Inches In width only loc a yard Nicest lolnt Dclrcland Laces 10 and 15c finest quality Nicest Torchon any width for only 10 and 5c common Torchons for i tojc per yard Save you from 30 to 50 per cent In this goods Come and examine sundries llest Domestic Hose Irom 10 to J5C Imported best grade 10 15 and 35c Childrens Hose I defy competition in this line Wc cant describe the beauty in this line Your visit to this section it not complete until LadliV Vests lllcaclicd 10 and 15 cts Unbleached 5 10 and 15c Come and get suited I What I advertlw is not Jugglery throw no bait I came here and am going to stay let It suit who it may Yours truly G L BURCII Clothing Sawed Down n new lot of samples In nil Wool Cheviots and Clay Worsteds and will cut ou any style suit far below the figures of any other house When 1 say nil Wool I mean It 1rtcc on Chcvlota from io to f 11 00 Serges from Scp to I J00 Clay Worsteds from f 1500 to f 1S00 Prices on Summer Clothing from fS50 to lu50 are of good value and I dont try to misrepresent a single article Come and let me cut you an Outfit worthy ot ilosc inspection Yours Hespctttully Having Just received GL BURCII Last But Not Least I oiler to tho public tho following no hero goes the most beneficial sale of Mens Furnishings Everybody knows the character of our good and when I advertise anything its just as advertised and you will And no Jugglery here no baits no Money theso davs in scarce and deception and whon I say all wool I mean it people with a DOLLAK want it to do tho work of two You can almost do it here now for prices have been Sawed Down Put tho dollars to work while thoy can work double 00 takes tho best Serge forS1I100 takes tho best Clay Worsted Suit I cut Y merly pold at 1400 Fine Shirts both Ijtundred and Unlaundred Lauudred Mills MuBlins Two of the best Inlmiudred Shirts for 00c or 45u for a single shirt 10c takes tho best doublo re inforced back and Irish linen bosom and bauds 15c takes tho best 4 ply cuffs formerly sold at 20c 4 ply collars Ou record 1 Â¬ 3lfc9p mmmmmmmt START EARLY AND Terms Spot Cash I Dont take Wool Wool VHMtJNEv G L BURGH MOOLEYYILLE KY A LARGE StreamBargains ARE FLOWING AT DONT GET LEFT Dont miss any of the Bargains we are offering -- GEO YEAKEL Goods never sold at such prices before Best Indigo Blue Calico at Hoosier Brown Cotton Good Ginghams Gents 10c socks for Gents 50c shirts for Gents all wool Suits worth 800 for Youth suits for CO S 4c 4Jc 5c 5c 25c 103 Unprotected Manufactures A protectionist organ ought to be careful about citing census figures on manufactures The factory product of boots and shoes grew from 100000000 in 1880 to fJO 000000 in 1890 Nobody ever claimed that n protective tariff has had to do with tho development of this industry On tlio other hand tho product of rough iron and steel increased from 2UO000000 In 1880 to i20000000 The number of establish In 1800 ments decreased from 1005 to 015 The decrease Is duo to trusts and consol- Â¬ idations Carpentering a single branch of tho non protected industry of tlio country employed 240000 persons in 1800 The 045 iron and steel establishments em Â¬ ployed 152000 persons Thero woro 50 000 blacksmiths and wheelwrights un- Â¬ and 45000 glass workets protected protected In painting and paper hang Â¬ ing 50000 persons woro employed unprotected In silk mills protected there were 50000 In printing and pub- Â¬ lishing 101000 persons wero employod Iu woolen and without protection worsted mills thero were 120000 persons with very high protection Iron and steel products Increased no faster than boots and shoes Protected woolen mills gave employmedt to less labor than unprotected carpentering Without mentioning farmers and mer- Â¬ chants at all tho census figures prove that wages and employment aro entirely independent of the tariff and that the unprotected part of tho manufacturing industries ought not to pay bounties to iiie protected part f Porter swindled all ho could but with all that he did not make the census glorify protection HtLouia Republic Â¬ BARGAINS Are Flowing at - Boys Cut right half in two suits wortli 150 for 75c 08c Genis lino shoes for Ono lot I miles shoes was sold tor 2 00 250 and i00 165 going at 40c Ladies low Shoes -- 250 JACOB MEYERS Our trade has never been known to bo so immonso before Houso jammed with Bargain Seekers early in morning till lato afternoon You unfortunates readers who havo not been to nee us dont delay got in the push AT ONC12 Your dollars aro in clastic form whon with us strelcheH nlong Littlo monoy buys u load of Goods at tho ways BIG SPRING KY Just come and sec our beautiful line of Goods and the sacrificing prices at which they nre sold We can and will gratify the most ex Great Bargain Store Geo Yeakel BRANDENBURG KY Co HITES RUN Ayers Hair Vigor Items are scarce There was a largo crowd at prayer meeting Sunday Misses Bettte and Florence Hawkins were tho guests of Misa Bertha Hawkins t Sunday t Miss Cordelia Cashman entertained qulto a number of her friends at the residence of her aunt Mrs WFtlVr Hawkins last Sunday U In atore for you when you is a universal beau acting and DO YOU WANT The World with n fenco tiflor Harmless effective and agreeable it has taken high rank among toilet articles This preparation causes thin and weak hair to become abundant strong and healthy and restores to gray liajr Its original color around it and Economical Buyers PAINT TO PAINT Tho fence LOOKOUT The country prayer meeting la pro Â¬ gressing nleely Mrs M Basham wm the guest of her mother last week Rev Wm Eaglhh will preach In RobÂ¬ erts Bottom next Sunday Mr M FFmiah ha31iudertho treatmeat ot Dr WmMilnir ia hepW True economy consists in buying the best goods at the lowest possible price and our If you do givo us a cull you will Â¬ find our stock immense STORE Is just the placo to practice that economy Vc keep the best and ask the least When you sec our WARE ROOMS Packed with Ready Mixed Paints Lead Oils etc We got big reductions by buy ing in largo quantities and are giving our customers tho bonoflt of tho low prlceB Wo aro Headquarters for all kinds of Oils Fruit Jars Pure Drugs Whiskies Homo Mado Brandies AlwayB como or Bend to Headquarters A PLEASANT SURPRISE prce it is Jlut he average German woman Is vwyeiroBg she mut be to do all that la required o her She ha little or no time lot reading or any aoQoaplMintent iter iMrrfny Tt to kltouw m house H JL f buy Dr Herqrt Fleaaant rel Â¬ icts If you over took the ordinary liver pill big wd bulky nasty too youd apÂ¬ preciate ft good thing espe Â¬ cially when It U iugar coated tiny m lamuiitard eeed but very effective Other tblara boJur equal the tmalleet the beet la Urer plll Ueaee rieawntreUeU- If you are troubled wit Indlgeetlon ConrtipaUon BU Ioumhm nilloiu HeadAcbei and a hundred and one ill which depend upon aa tee Wve liver ue Dr PUreel reilete With theee j4U yo set not only temporary relief but a poelMve cure theyre awtrantftd to give eattelao Hon or yotir money le ra- BARGAINS or fat people who Mtffer from ImUflMeMoB tor aeertr jBotteen Ruwky eaten anTblh Uvera thoea tUe wboM M vera are ea toaf m im t pev m maAMM peieppx - You will thoroughly appreciate them Purchasing at our store is such a The Kev Tabor of FoAkville paaWa Tooth brushes from 15c to 5oc at pastime that you will Burely call through eur country eomeMHi agd iud Jabbages ngajn stopped to see bto beat girl Mta Esther Box paper at 25c this week at Bab Dont forgetyour Luck and make Hayaea bagea - S us an Mke JEathar Hayitea sjidltootbor Mia m Birdie ad Xie Frweh aad Mies Min- Â¬ TaTB mJT mmWr m m t t nie Canary aUetwkd ehureh i Sober Louiavllltiire gaeaia ol her rUrettvMii and Mrs VFrenoh 4f i NEVITT GOUGH Wholesale and Retail Druggists BRANDENBURG KY KSRTK t Tl WOuUMHM MM M - TfcWAAW2I m wm J ku aM awaaje ijcgjpHyau WJJZaViBKTriniM--ejunee auUiaae 0 LTJir vV EARLY CALL IS 13 t MANHOOD RESTORE BMaUarla aa4 loa of Miwai lit 0sirfi y brant V MtUan AriasuHirjMttWWf UiUiUiliiiiUiUiUiUi J TVaaWHaW aHaBaaaMUaBaaWlBat In j imr IM Hr zrrrzzx iilMm z rr M frrm ii t tt - caacMlM Baa o toOMeo c Orgaa oTuE HHtfTtial SMaauaM vtttw twSTSvti3St tfff In CWfMfwtt Kf br a rwuHH t4 bftVe SrarH t wv man t - m n- - hMMt iaMiistt iMi no t v 2 Breckenridge News 1891 A THEX NATURAL SODA FOUNTAIN I Kentucky Parmer Mrlhr an Ilnln Hotla lloe Meaner Wlilln DIcKlnst A wonderful diucou ry liss been made BRRGKENRIDGE NRWS GLOVKRPORT KY A VOTON0FJLHUSBAN1 Snllmrfr Deep and widespread is the regret In Serviii at tho untimely death of Dr Do- - WEDNESDAY JUNK 20 Iisl Disarmament of Europe There is Now a Strong Reactionary Sentiment Against tho War Spirit tion or Europo Hint disarmament is only possible as the result of tin oilumsting general war and that it is impossiblu to postpono that war ntter tho limit of pre Â¬ paratory resources has been reached There is a widespread feeling that cer- Â¬ tain nations are already beffinninR to pay the penalties of overtraining while others have attained their maximum fighting power This is tho real explana Â¬ tion of tho prevalent war scare It is tot surprising therefore that tho leg- Â¬ ibility of a eaceful attainment of tho desired object is earnestly considered Nowspapers reflect this spirit from various continental capitals Tho Times quotes an unnamed foreign statesman as authority for a proposed project for partial relief from tho present situation says It is sought to remedy the present stato of things not by disarmament but In a way offering tho advantages of dis- an tho farm of Mr Anderson Miller who lives about nhio mllei southeast of Unrboursvlllp Ky Wliiln digging a post hole- in the ground Mr Miller had gone down probably four or five feot when ho truck what appeared to bo n very hard substance and ho jionnded nway a time or two on it when ho was suddenly - Easy to Tke ami kooj tin1 syntom in orKlncAlriiilerMliilstrj Kml of Ilr Ilukltseli PrMliUcldf 41 yLI M S jft K M M 111 VrtUI VJ AMERICA The Land of the Free And tlio Home of bo the Brave Perfect Order It Ins longbeon tho universal comic lie Â¬ armament and without affecting tho principles on which armaments aro being increased Universal military service now ox ists in military couutrle i and cannot bo meddled with Tho averago length of nctivo service is three years Now it has been proved that a single year in ample- for drilling conscripts and teaching them how to handlo arms Tho other two years aro devoted to movements and marches or in other words to what is called seasoning tho men Many good judges hold that the training which makes old soldiers is acquired only by five or seven years service and that in time of peace threo years service has not such superiority over ono year as to justify triplo the expense Tho only means which I can seo of putting an end to tho senseless outlay is to make- a 12 mouths scrvico obligatory on all If anybody should proposo a universal service of five or seven years Universal ho would be thought mad Bervico has been considered compatible with a reduction of seven or five years to threo thus materially lessening the expense After years of experience it is now seen that threo years aro also incom patible with universal service Nothing therefore is more logical humane or couformablo with economic exigencies than to reduco by two thirds the burdens which are getting intolerable and from which beforo long the only way of escapo will bo by utilizing the engines of destruction so that war will havo to be made for its own sake and it will bo better to ierish in action than at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ startled by rumbling and thundering sounds and hissing of gases or what ap cared to bo steam and his digging tool was lifted clean out of tho liolo and thrown several fee aud a volutho of boiling and hissing water shot forth ISO feet high Mr Miller made a run for his life as ho thought tho water was billng hot as ho expressed it After getting over his excitement ho re Â¬ turned to tho sceno and looked upon some Â¬ thing wonderful a steam of water nearly six inches wido and as clear as crystal shooting its way upvmnl fully 150 feet and forming a crystal urch beautiful in tho sunlight Bomethlng liko tho geyser Old Faithful In tho great Yellowstone park Miller stood still and watchedthls phenomenon for about 80 minutes Then of a sudden as if done by some mysteri ous hand this great fountain of water was shut off The nppcaronco in and around tho place was entirely changed After ii imo of nbont UO minutes again came forth tho mighty volume of water as iK fore Mr Miller thinking ho had enjoyed enough of this grand sight by himself started off in haute to call his neighbors that they might also seo tho wonderful thing Word was brought in Â¬ to town and n party immediately left to view tho sight Tho water ttpircnrs tobe heavily charged with carbonic acid gas and Is pleasant to tho tasto Cincinnati Enquirer Â¬ Â¬ AVERS CATHARTIC PILLS A specific for Headache Constipation and Dyspepsia kitsch tho young president of the ministry under King Alexander after hli recent assumption of full jiower It was a heroic death however for Dr Do kitsch whom many of hi countryman considered the most promising man of his time met hU end through his devoThe romance of hli tion to his wife life had already endeared him to his Â¬ Â¬ About 18 montiiB or two yoara ugo my wifoa health guvo way ami alio grow stoudily Sho pould not rotuin Iroreo tlio enso Breathes there the man uith Foul Who never to liimwlf hath sahl This Is my own my native land I dead 2uiytUiiiiiatuiiU aiidr 1 finally asmmiud tho Horat form of DYPEPSIAiam1 CHRONIC 4 Our Own Country Uiprt tented in moro than jieojile Every dose Effective INTHE il AHIARY SURE ANTIDOTE FOR MORPHINE the Most Wonderful Discoveries uf Modern limes Is Irovul Dr William Moor a specialist on ther- Â¬ apeutics who is a member of tho staff of the West Side German clinic in West Forty second street has dlhcovered that permanganate of potassium is an antidote for morphino poisoning and that it will counteract within a reasonable lapso of time the effects of uuy of tho salts of One or At tho North American beekeepers convention in a paper read tho writer opposed mall lilcs or tho contraction of tho brood nest on tho ground that such hives nnd methods require moro labor Tho opinion was expressed it was more profitable to havo good strong They always colonies in largo hives eecuro milllelent stores for winter If they did not swarm thty superseded their queens when they became old and when there was a leiHou that allowed of tho gathering of a surplus It wns secured and there was nu time lust in tinkering with them In tho dihcussiou following thebO remarks wero made C P Dudant Wo havo uttxl large hives for years Tho bees must ot course supersede their quoins Superseding is quito likely to lead to swarming I havo not found It C E Meade profitable to feed bees in thu spiing for It induces bees stimulative purpoMH to fiy and they become chilled and aro Â¬ on Subjects of General Opinions Express Interest at a He keepers Convention lost opium peace This is tho most significant utterance thus far evoked in tho reaction against tho war spirit which for tho moment Is checking tho monotonous storm of gloomy foreboding London Cor Now York Sun MANCHESTER VERSUS LIVERPOOL Hitter Jealousies Aroused by tlio Success Â¬ ful Operutlou f tho Ship Canul ally starting a boycott against Liverpool shipowners who aro accused of organ ized efforts to hindor and delay tho no cessful working of tho ship canal Tho bitter feeling is growing in both cities and a kind of Kilkenny cat war uppears imminent Manchobter is certain to win becauso economic laws are in its favor and becauso Liverpool is nervous and frightened beforo tho fight has actually Â¬ and manufacturers will shortly bo held at Manchester for tho purposo of form- Agreat meeting of merchants traders Â¬ commenced The Mersey dock and harbor board is being loudly accused of incompetency and tho Liverpool Land and House Owners association is claiming tho right to place- a noraineo on tho board in order to Â¬ help save tho city from threatened ruin Liverpool is certainly having a run of bad luck just now apart from tho canal trouble Fighting in Africa and tho French and German competition are playing havoc with tho onco very profit Â¬ able west African trade Southampton is undeniably cutting into tho business that onco belonged exclusively to the Mersey port and now tho great Lanca Â¬ shire export cotton trade to Japan is seriously threatened Hy tho reduction of cotton freights from India to Japan from This means that 17 to 2 rupees per ton it coots the Lancashire manufacturer inoro than 12 times as much to send his goods to Jupan ns it costs rival makers in India Manchester Letter Itecovers IMrate Treasure Ten days ago a man who refused to give his naino landed on Shaws island opposito Vancouver with a crow of men and began diggSg near two cottonwood trees on a small island adjoining Shaws Bench island leased by Jay Dench asked tho man what ho was doing He replied that he had come from England to find a treasuro buried by his brother during tho time of tho Hudson Day com- Â¬ pany The brother was a pirate Ono man in tho party kept a sharp lookout whllo the other men wero working Monday morning all suddenly quit work and in tha afternoon left without dis Â¬ closing the result to any ono Tho Englishman had a chart showing tho coun- Â¬ try all along the river It is thought that ho found the treasuro Vancouver Â¬ Letter- - illxiil tha llrldes While two wedding processions wero fighting for the road at one of tho gates of Hankow the chairs holding tho brides got mixed and each lady was taken to tho wrong bridegroom Tho gentlemen never having ecn their bride before according to Cliimo custom knew no mistake until the mothers of tho brides cutno to call upon them Then It was found that ono of the brides who was richnnd intended font rich husband had fallen into tho hands of n very poor man Tho problem remains unsolved Han Â¬ kow Correspondent John J IagaUe Ingalls looked more attenuated than over when ho made hisuddressin Kansas City tho other day His long frock coat closely buttoned accentuated tho gaunt uom of his figure and this with the streaks of whito in Lis hair mado him appear to bo a compromise botwevn an illuminated spook and nn animated The ex statesman is said moonbeam also on this occasion to havo resembled Lis cartoons mon than his portraits New York World lemovid aiu to treated If they to fill another story with blood laloro tho opening uf tho honey harvest it is added but If they do not why add another story to bo tilled with honey that would other Inwise havo gone into the sections nance such madness by their presence stead 1 put on taction hoxeH and I have But Dr Moor persisted in committing been amazed to see thot c littio colonies suicide with tho utmost cheei fulness occupying only one section of tho Iltd He thereupon swallowed threo grains of don hive store as much smplus us any morphino in two teaspoonfuls of water colonies In tho yard Of courso I Iiuvm and immediately afterward drank a so- Â¬ to feed them sugar for winter stores but lution of four grains permanganate of this is douo at a great piolit potassium in four ounces of watt Alleu Ptinglo 1 gi t moio comb hon Deadly languor and death mut have ey by reducing tho number of brood followed ordinarily for Dr Moor swalcombs to iix or hcveu lowed threo giains of tho drag a posiR L Taylor When I havo n colony tively fatal doso in his case as ho is su that will fill a 10 frame hive I givo persensitive to tho effect of narcotics them such u hive Thu hlvo must havo But tho permanganate of otassium did n capacity In pioporliuu to tho sizo of its work well In tho business of tho tho colony meeting which followed tho experiment B Taylor 1 havo seemed tho best no head was clearer than Dr Moors nnd results troin n hivo having tho capacity when it caino to eating di inking and only equaling that of five L combs making merry somo hours afterward ho On this question a vote was now tak- Â¬ was quito as nctivo a participant as thero er Forty ouo favored nn 8 frame hlvo party New York Herald was in tho 10 a 10 framo hivo ono man hud changed from uu E to u 10 frame hive while 22 CHEAP DIAMONDS had changed from 10 to 8 frames J A Uueii A 10 frame hivo is be llnlverml llnrcl Times Sulci to lie Unset yond thu rmgo of uu averago queen Ulnc the Mnrli t Inr tlio Sparklers Meriitt Hlanchard Will a good boo It will not be r prising if the univer- Â¬ kecper allow a queen to bo cramped for o n great crash in the c sal hard times room at u timo when tho eggs that she diamond market It is well known that lays will become woikers that is bees the great syndicate which has controlled that will ioiiio on tho stage of action tho price of precious stones in the past when theru is honey lor them to gather few years finds the enormously increased It L Taylor I do not want a queen production combined with the Bteadily to extend her brood nest when thu time condishrinking market a very difficult urilvcs that her eggs will not produco tion to deal with workers in timo fur tho honey harvest Cecil Rhodes tho virtual king of South In my lot ality this timo arrives ubout Africa told tho stockholders of tho conJuno 20 With many frames thero muy solidated De Beers mines at Capo Town bo brood in them till but it might be on Thursday that the cause of thu presbetter in lower frames ent depiession in tho diamoudtrado was J A Green I hnvo nlwnys found it to bo found in America which took one moro profitable to restrict some of the third of tho worlds production These queens rather than to allow sumo of the mines havo long been tha greatest pro- Â¬ hives to Ituunprufltably filled with hon ducers but ono of the two other South ey African companies has recently much in gouo that K honey that ought to huvo into the sections creased its output in spite of tho control exercised by tho syndicate It is now pos- Â¬ The Arlil Ilf slim of ICunsns sible to obtain small diamonds in Loudon In this at astonishingly low figures No cutting comities almost rainless region Allo 10 of tho stato of Kansas state of prices has yet been mado by reputable census mado in 1888 showed tho popujewelers in tho retail trulo but the sup ply of small stones is so enormous that lation of thesu counties to bo at that Protracted droughts thoso who know the ropes can buy them timo 2000110 fulat 20 to 50 per cent of tho prices of 1D2 occurred in 1888 and in 1800 nnd foodÂ¬ ly SO 000 people lolt in search of Cable London und abandoned their farms and homes us woithltes Although tho seasons of In tlm Qiilcksnmls 1801 und IB02 wero favorable und An Atlantic City corrisixmdcnt of tho largo crops wmo raised tho population Philadelphia Times says that J P Her young Philadelphian stopping nt in tho rpring of 18til was only 140000 aty a Tho past yt r thu harvest was a fUluro tho Mansion Houso had an oxciting ad Mr O Wod Davis states that tho re venturo which but for tho opportunear rival of assistance might havo resulted gion extending from tho ninety eighth In his death Heraty was driving a pulr meridian to the valleys of tho Pacific of spirited horses along the beach from coant legion aro unfit torcultivultou ex South Atlantic City when thu animals copt by litigation and that theio it iter to irrigato not more plunged into quicksand Heraty held sufficient tho lines and was pulled from tho car- Â¬ than 5 per cent of thu region riage Ho was kicked several times by Agrlrulturnl llreiltlei tho floundering horses and was lying unTho Noith Dakota station furnishes conscious with tho waves washing over him when several laborers who wit Â¬ tabulated info illation uf cxpcilmeutH with bo nli mix mixture corrcslvo subnessed tho accident came to his aid Tho horses wero buried breast deep in tho limate and potassium sulphido to test sand and were taken out with much dif- Â¬ their valuo us fungicides fur the con In thu field tests tiol ot potato suab ficulty tho corroHhetuihlimuto gave U0 per cent A Clover Kseupe of potatoes free from scab bordeaux Jasper Hill escaped from jail hero at 7 mixture 15 per cent and potassium sul oclock Monday morning by a clover phido 5 per cent Tho untreated rows trick Tho sheriff had tho evening be produced tl per cent of hcubby tubers fore admitted a couple of tramps to tho Tho number of cuttle slaughtered in jail who applied for lodging At 7 Knnsiu City dining tho last II mouths oclock this morning tho sheriff opened is cstimuted at over 710000 The in tho door to release them when Jasper crease of thin year over tho lust Is 200 disguised as one oi mu iruinjis jiasseu 000 out to freedom It was 15 minutes be- Â¬ Thu results of planting corn at depths foro tho officer discovered tho deception and tho escaped convict had reached tho of from oun to seven Inches during four years nro tubulated at tho Illinois stawoods at the outskirts of tho city tion The yields deci eased us tho depth 1ml Social In Chicago Hor Frankfort of planting increased ald Tho Illinois corn crop Inst year la given as 0110488 ucres ln08U08 acres moro than in 1803 Tho average yield was 20 butdiuls equal to that of tho preceding year and exceeding it in Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria tbo aggregate- by more than 112000000 bushels Tho total yield is given at 109010371 butdiiils vulucd at fil When Bby wu tick wa cave her Caitorla 038070 Irben she was CtilM she cried for Cutorla South Dakota has 00000 farms val When she became Wis the dune fo CutorU ued at 170000000 on which aro raised When she had Children ibe gave thorn CutorU 17000000 bushels of wheat nnd 32 000000 of com and various other cegrass yields 1000000 Tho Tooth brushes from 16c to Coc at reals hay wild tho wool clip exceeds tons of and BabbogeV 0000000 pounds Box paper at 25c this week ot Bab Dr Prices CrMtn Baking Powder bagog WM Vttt HJffcert Me4l Mt DlfloM can ho Dr Moor in tho presenco of 12 mem bers of tho clinic who assembled on Jan I swallowed what is ordinarily a fatal doso of morphine Ills fellow physicians attempted to dis suade him Some of them left tho room declaring that they would not counte- Taylor Would It not ho better Then to feed In tho t ill feed sugar in the spring thu hlvo will be full and all honey that Is luoiight in must go in1 use the lleddon di to tho sections visablo brxxl chamber hive In the spring all hum which tho lower section KL Â¬ become strong enough Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ When a student n few ydabs ago In Belgrade Dokitsch one of tlio mostbril Hunt men nt tho university saw a girl pass tho houso in which he lived Shu was poorly clnd nnd her appearance proved that she had como from it poverty stricken homo But thu beautyof herfaco and her kind eyes Impressed the young man Ho learned her name later and found that tho was if seamstress De tho main support of her family spite their diflerenco in rank ho fell deeply in love with tho girl nnd asked her to be his wifo Soon after his grad uation he became professor of law nt the university and prominent in politics und then led her to the altar But the young wife was already af flicted with consumption und tho disease soon made rapid progress KiilurnllyMif a melancholy disposition she became despondent Then came the hApofli spiring message from Berlin Robert Koch had discovered a crtrofur tuberculosis Dr Dokitsch endeavored to induce his wifo to go to the German capital but the young woman wits con vinced that her case was hopeless and declined to carry out his wishes He tried to raise her spirits and prove that her condition was not dangerous Ho gavo up his work spent almost every moment of his timo with her drank from her glass and tried in other ways to convince her that he had no fear of her life or tho disease Tho Koch cure was tried but in vain and Mme Dokitsch dlod The coup detat came and the professor was summoned to the highest office tin der tho young King Alexander But he had contracted consumption by his de- Â¬ votion to his wife nnd his constitution A few months ugo he was undermined had become so weak that he was com Â¬ pelled to resign much to thu regret of his king Ho sought relief in vain and u few days ago the jieople of Belgrade heard with sorrow that ho was dead The causo of his untimely end was known and 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There is such a tremendous quantity of wiuo in Spain this year that they absolutely do not know what to do with it Good rod wines are being sold for 3 farthings a quart and even ut that price Â¬ nto 11 1212 12 48 Mam ttarnciu Ilarned Ilsrdlntburg Kirk 820 800 710 700 7 40 6 40 K vjf 100 118 121 Â¬ Â¬ there are not enough purchasers to take It all and in many places tho winejrowt ers aro simply throwing it away because thoy have no room to keep it and cannot sell It Near Liria in Valencia a vineyard proprietor put out on tho highroad a little cart with a barrel of wine on the top of it bearing tho inscription Wan dorer drink as much as yon liko but do not forgot to turn off the tap London 220 233 241 2 69 SSflpm 1U Jolly Olendeano Delimiter ar Hallilloughk KOCKVSIC 830 610 5 37 B2U Desires to seo all tho tobacco farmers of this and surrounding country Laulsvllfe St Louis Texas R R m ArFnrrlsvillrlv Ituth Asklns Oaks 818 800 4 41am Price Right Co YT 125 160 and 250 200 lETO 22 y JNO D 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lovo you Sho did lovo Laurence dearly and for tho sake of his honor sho will marry you but sho would say to you that sho can never love again To vindicato him sho gives you her band but hor heart will rest lu his grave brother though ho was I accept If sho does not return my love 1 will know no other living man baa it and will rest content al ways hopeful that my devotion will somo day cause her heart to beat with throbs responslvo to my own After tho funeral I will secure tho dispensa Â¬ tions for tho quietest of matrimonial ceremonies in keeping with tho cir- Â¬ cumstances Can wo view Laurcnco s body nsked tho nun whoso mind reverted moro to tbo death than to the murriage Tho newspaper men will bo around until it is laid in the vault said Ray- Â¬ I uin going to suppress u stoiy mond in ono paper Would you suggest tho Becrct toothers by appearing thero with her Tbo less said or done now tho let- Â¬ ter Then again if she saw him she would receivo n shock in tho knowledge that ho must rest in uucoustcratcd ground if biH honor Is not redeemed by investigation that will show ho was not a suicide no moro than ho was a de- Â¬ Â¬ A FIGHT POR V Copyrighted By JOHN r MILLIONS J McGINNISS lrcss Association American Raymonds factotum wus not n nows Ho wiisuii in Â¬ paper timii by training telligent fellow who could wiilo fairly well and drew two salaries onu from tho paper and ono from thocity govern incut for doing nothing with a facil- Â¬ Ho had seuso enongh ity unequaled to realizo that it was none of his bust ucss to bo inquisitive It did not como within tho province of bis duty to ques- Â¬ tion motives to ask tho why or where foio of this or any other matter ho wroto from dictation Tiiat his instruc- Â¬ tions woro sufficiently clear to enable him to execnto his task satisfactorily was all ho sought lie realized that no nioro would bo given if ho did ask and tnnt ho might incur displeasure if lie pressed for nioro information than was volunteered Ivo got a littlo picca of work for You said Raymond you today must bo cautious about it Thuro is u lody in tho morgue I understand tho reporters aro going up to view it 1 think it is Manguus yon know Man gau dont you und I want you to bo You around and help to identify it understand Put in a word hero and thcro to convinco them it is Ill ex Y6u havo plain when you como back uo timo to wait About two hours later tho man ro Raymond read in his features tnrued Ho drew n tho success of tho ruso chair nearer to his own motioned his imisaary to sit down and asked What news Why it is Mangan was tho state Â¬ Tho morgue keeper ment evokcU identified him as did all tho boys Tho Tha Bugle faco was badly battered reporter also recognized the body and said that Mungan had been missing tor sovoral days and that thero was h let tor from Denver in the office for him Frptn Denver Yes Â¬ ij Lead tho conversation around to Mother St Uertrudo will get excited and ask how tho publication can Hint that I own most bo prevented of tho stock in the paper that if she know any ono who had influenco with mo 1 could begot to suppress tho Btory Volunteer She will want to meet me to bring the message 1 will do as you say was Raymonds warning Mind this is uot for tho office There is no story iu it This Is between you and mo Â¬ f T f K Well - r boys aro going to hold u meeting and arrange They say there must for tho funeral havo been foul play that Mangan noy er committed suicide Do you knuw where tho Convent ol Mercy is Yw Go there roiircsont yourself from The Trumpet ask for Mother St Ger- Â¬ trude tell her the facts say that tho mo tive ascribed for tho filicide- your paper alone bos in n special dispatch from Remeiliber one of The Worcester Trumpets men had Iearaedtbat he came from that town telegraphed ojvaad as Â¬ certained that he was a defaulter Hay that the story will be published tomor Â¬ row and that it is too bed he should die with the stain upon him and tltt yon believe it to be undeserved Thats nil except that the goon Whi thea No sooner had the man departed than Raymond communicated by telephono with ouoof tho coroners and summoned him Tho coroner caino He felt hon ored at tho attention of his leader Anything up he asked us he en- Â¬ tered and reached forward his hand to Raymond Thero is 1 want you to go over to Tho Buglo office and under tho mag Â¬ isterial authority with which you aro clothed domand n letter that is there for Mangan The morgue keep- Â¬ I was surprised er just telephoned that tho body up there had been identified as Mangans You know I had no love for Yes him Bring tho letter hero 1 want to read it and urrango for a jury that will bring in n verdict of suicide Im not much on religion you know I suppose Im a freethinker but 1 understand that the people interested in Mangan would consider it nu etornul disgrace if ho were buried in unconsecrated A suicido cannot reet there ground cau ho I believe that is the churchs law Youro Rotting squuro Mr Raymond arent you Never mind that now When over there ask about Mangan with n view of eliciting facts to guide you in select- Â¬ ing witnesses for tho inquest Leave it to me now leave it to me said tho coroner as he hurried across tho street to Tho Buglo office When ho returned ho had the letter no ambled into tho office hesitatingly evidently puzzled I dont know what to make of this ho said The letter is from Mortimer He invitee Mangan to Denver He read aloud the letter from Morti- Â¬ mer Raymond whistled and taldi Thatll do coroner I have got an appointment about this time If there is any change in the programme I will notify yon said I have made a bad break Raymond to himself when the coroner I ought to have humored had gone Mortimer by writing But his pbysl ilan says Mealn Ifte But a lew month and Matigau ahull never get that letter But what can Mortimer tell of Lslaad Be sever mastered the case Pshaw Â¬ me - wny should 1 worry And yet it is If beet to force tlds marriage now Mangan is alive and hears of it he will Tho news never return o this city will make him a wanderer over tho face of creation Will he not come back to persecute and prosecute you Whoso voice was that It staggered His eyes surveyed tho room him Thcro was nobody there but himself The shadows of evening wero darkening the place He walked around sharply peering into ovory corner It was the voice of conscience that startled him In his ojrelted mood it broko in upon him and its very suddenness shook his framo as if ho had run up against a spector and had been ctiilled by its icy touch You are wanted Raymond fell back no saw a tall form entering Ho was completely unt uorved His moral strength had been sapped by tho intense passions wrong- Â¬ doing hud engendered and when tbo moral fortress collapses physical cour- Â¬ He age lies entombed In tho wreck bent down to see clearer the man who addressed him Who is that he asked in a hoarse whisper It is I You are wanted at the con- Â¬ vent he said as he I was dreaming rallied his shattered nerves and stead- Â¬ ied himself I nwoko from a night Â¬ mare I bad doted oif now do things run Just as you had anticipated You can go Good night sir good night Raymond followed him out The registrar of arrears had patiently await Â¬ ed hin outside Ho bad feared that his chief might have been offended had he He saw that gone out with the clerks Raymond was not looking ail strong or as cheerful as when ho came in some hours before Is there anything I eaa do or yen he queried wtth lan Mr Raymond Ypa aw look Â¬ assumption of 89oeri ing 111 Yes yon oan call a oab It M only The air will a Momentary illnW bring me aroaadall right1 JtayHKmdoatttered The oab arrived and the order be gave1 setae days belOM was repeated i Drive to the Ceayeat U Mm J nJioe rofce wis thatT CHAPTER XIV baymondb noun ov iiiiumpii Im M glad youve couiu said Is Mother St Gertrude to Raymond abel is frantic and this coming so noon places all tho responsibility upon mo for opposing your plan Aro you buro it is Laurcnco I just heard tho news fioni tho re Â¬ porter who brought mo your message I havo no doubt of its truth His own comrades havo identified him ThoTrumpot is going to publish tbo I un- Â¬ story of his trouhlo tomorrow derstand you havo tlio iullneucu to sup Â¬ press it I unlet nek you to do bo I assuroyou I will To at Then ubont tho funeral tend to that is tho least our order can But do for ouo who was such a friend will you aid our agent in securing tbo necessary permits Lot me look after the wholo mattor and pay tho expenses No wo cannot do that Havo you thought of tho burial place Tho case is considered ono of suicido Suicidol Â¬ Yes And that means tho denial of Chris- Â¬ tian burial What shall wo do My idea is to placo tho body in n re- Â¬ ceiving vault far u time Events may demonstrate that he was killed or that it was tbo result of an accident Mean Â¬ while continue investigations I will consult Isabel seems to get strength from tbo desire to vindicato bis memory Sho had not thought of this now feature denial of Christian buiial It may not bo tho proper time to suggest it Mother St Gertrude but from iny worldly moro experienced point of view sho ought for tbo sake of bis memory place herself under my protection and with mo proceed to make Sho cunuot do it here investigations and sho will not trust any ono but her Â¬ self 1 feol under tho circumstances You cannot with peace of mind allow her to procoed alone I interfered onco I will not do so again It shall bo as sho snys But tbo denial of Christian burial I It is terriblol Terriblol 1 am certain that we can prove that it was uot suicido Perhaps his ex Â¬ oneration will incriminate another we may bo able to jirovo thut ho was foully dealt with I will go to Isabel Raymond iiad determined to marry He was afraid that Mauguu Isabel might learn just enough to justify tho Jssuoof an injunction tbutcould bu con- Â¬ tinued for some timo Tbo publication of these proceedings might elicit tacts to undermine his hold on the property If un order to restrain him from getting the deed was decreed Mother St Gertrude eyed him critic- Â¬ ally She was suspicious still of this man She beleyed hit profession of love for Isabel Ills reputation us a man of wealth dispelled the idea that he was after her property Again thonuu bad net learned of the vulue of the lands that were defined to be convert- Â¬ Therefore his love ap Â¬ ed into parks It was the peared to be disinterested intensity of his ardor its velocity one niht sav that she could not account now is she Sho is bearing up bravely Sho for but his cageriHss to remove any and all aspersions troui Laurences dim actor sprang from a broad spirit of enerosity sho concluded Whoro gen Â¬ erosity was great other nfiections wero proportionately developed she i easoned and their outpour as impetuous ho ndded thero Before you go aro n few things 1 should say Somo uno must get an order from tho public administrator for Laurences effects His sister can get it Naturally if sho conscuta to a Bjieedy marriago I will take charge of that seo what is neces- Â¬ sary to bo dono to straighten out bis af- Â¬ fairs satisfy all claims if any and carry out tho designs of Miss Le Le land I will say with your permission und I hope to bo allowed the privilege of calling her Isabel It is a sad uffuir this death said Mother St Gertrude her grief at hist mastering her and driving out of mind nil elso Tho tears long suppressed in tho presence of Raymond forced their way and aB a stream just breaking through confining barriers roars in triumph at its freedom these lachrymal rivulets signalized their victory over her power of mind by wrenching from her heart sob after sob that gave sincer- Â¬ ity to hor flow of sorrow Even Raymond was touched Hero was a woman who bad stood at many u bed of sulfering alleviating human ills who bad been so accustomed to death that it became almost an everyday in- cidont in her life yet weeping like a child crying pltcously as tbo lamb that vainly runs and bleats amid tho heath Â¬ er of tho Scottish mountains for tho mother that bus slipped from sight and lies mangled in tho treacherous ravinol What agony ho was causing her und Isabel Raymond appreciated und if ho could retraco his stops with safety tlio face of bis pi titiou and on tho an swors coining to iuquiiies iustitutod it could uot bo mine than a wiek until Isabel became Mrs Raymond Mangan can whistle thought Ray Â¬ mond Wherever bo is ho can hard Â¬ ly interfere CHAPTER XV MANOAN AT WOltK IN DIXVKR 37ie frarsorccrt their uxiy even his strong determination to proceed onward to the goal ho hud in view wdnld have wavered mid deserted him But the danger behind the ruin of his reputation lessoned in his eyes the con Â¬ sequences with which defeat might con- Â¬ front him He did not interfere with the expres Â¬ He saw his inabil Â¬ sion of her grief ity to offer effective eotwolatlon and he delicately refrained from speaking The sympathy shown on his countenance was uiit feigned He was hearth lit poltir but his activity in that tsjfl She will Insist Tho liody will lo carefully prepared and will bo tempoiarily placed iu tbo vault In u few months we will bo able to placo it iu tlio grave with all aspersions from his memory removed Then she will no stronger iu tbo victory she has won for him ulid cau seo the Inidy which will be preserved us tho best embalmcrs cau Raymond took leave and Mother St Gertrndo went to Isabul to otTer her hope of reunion above the only hope she could extend and to reconcile her to that other union which was to bo ac- Â¬ cepted us the only means to do justice to tho character of hint whom Isabel had idolized and Mother St aertrudo had respected aye revered Isabel bad a purpose to buoy her up Sho learned of the preparations and agreed to the suggestions of tho sister while tbouctionof Raymond in person Â¬ ally looking after tho arrangements of teued the disagreeable features of the union sho was ubout to enter with him Raymonds conduct wus leading her to the belief that her sacrifice lor the re Â¬ demption of Laurences name was not a little due to Raymond for his own sacrifice prompted as she imagined by his love for her and hit regard for the dead Raymond had aliemly taken steps to seenre dispensatioas and to hasten the The eccjeeiasUcal iwpedi ofrewiony wants alone stood In ttw way awl oh faulter Where was Miiuguu Even his professional associates had como to tho conclusion that bo it was whoso body had lain in tbo morgue Tbo newspapers had notices of the death Tlio Bugles managing editor said that Mauguu must have had a lew hundred dollars about him and that ho had probably been clubbed robbed nnd But tbo coro tlirown into tho river uers jury declared that Mangan had committed suicide and that settled it us fur us tbo public wus concerned And all tbo while Mangan was very much alivo Tho day aftor tbo peniteutiaiy inci Â¬ dent ho drew somo money troin u trust company where ho bad u Biiiall ac Â¬ count and a few hours later wus on tho fust oxpicss to Denver lie had never been iu that hustling city know abso Â¬ lutely no ouo in it and bad not made up his mind what particular course to pursue It was six days nfter ho met Ray Â¬ mond in the penitentiary und livo days before tlio innouncement thut tho body iu tho inoi guo wua his own corpse when ho reuched his Journeys end lie had taken a couplu of days lu going around town It wot Id do him uo haiin to get a view of the place and gain a slight acquaintance with tlio topogra Â¬ phy Iloinight leiiuiln thero for weeks and tho knowledge would bo of borvico to him Had ho parted with Isabel under cir Â¬ cumstances mure encouraging ho would But as he bad intimat Â¬ havo written ed to Mother St Gertrude ho had no intention of writing to either tho mm or Isabel until bo knew the probability of success or defeat Uo had been giv en no bint thut Isabel herself knew of tho heritage that was bors and ho deemed it unwisu to hold out hope until ho had pushed his investigation fur- Â¬ ther Ho hud thought of writing n note giving bis iiddrcss bo that Isabel if she felt to inclined might write u let- Â¬ ter of explanation that would rcliovo him of tho mental btraln her bat recep tion had placed him under But ho re Â¬ Hu would continue solved not to do so to prove his loyalty and light for tho millions that were rightfully hers in Ho was too proud to her possession jxact any premise while engaged in this mission and tho enigmatical ut- Â¬ terances of the girl and tbo mother su- Â¬ perior though puzzliug gavo no indi- Â¬ cation that their solution would bo un Â¬ favorable to his conduct and character He would wait the outcome patiently But his plana to ferret out tho crimo ho was certain Raymond was guilty of remained undefined Ouo thing he had decided on Ho would seek a stwtlou on a newspaper Ho could learn more of a city and its people in a lMwenauer oftee than anywhere else The plac would afford better advantage for o serVatioa than aay other aad ihere would be at least a tew mmn m the staff auMoieutly wall yosUs ip back to tha days of fislaml and bl Maayw tit as aitasONjy jcoxTWl Â¬ Â¬ a o TTTItlBlTOWMMmil yvitfsmij r I1 II j -- ysr o Hi T TT THE BRBGKENRIDGK Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 18M NEXWS OLOyKrPQPrT KY ot August IOH JONUKIJSS authorlteJ to announce A n MONT V OOMK11Y Hi candidate for Congress subjeet to the action of the Democratic Patty In the Primary Election to le held on the 4th day lir K are 1S91 AITK are authorised to announce DAVID It V MUllltAYof llrrckenrldKe county a a candidate for Congreea subject to the action ot the Democratic Patty In the Primary Election to be held on the 4th day of Augmt They never fall to calcli n crund at the picnic at McDaniels They hnvo some Â¬ thing to nmuso tlio crowd and thats why they go and tako a day oil You cannot find a better time to spend n day oil than to attend tlio picnic at McDaniels June 10 Thero will bc something there to amuse every one Mrs Tula 0 Daniel Mrs V O Bnb bago and Mrs L A Foote are in Louisville this week attending the meeting of city The tilth hoy who was bitten at the wiine time his father wa liaj as yet One or BreckonridyB Countys Best shottn no sign of the WrlbleJjfllotionJ though it h not jet loo lata mijlliiiiiju Citizens Dies in tlio Horrible sick n and die HowevfV It inajr never occur which Is to be 1iOhcI Tbroos of Hydrophobia John B AWFUL DEATH Mrs Hunter is a sister of Dr J T Owen and Mrs F T Hoyser of this 5Ot lt SFv 4 s Baifc3EfceEHkettaBef yVHHAA ffVvVvWAAHH I ss3wser isielsl ii BBriraa WAAVW W J22Siy--33KilvM V - asffi - -- fclfty V ir Â¬ EIGHT PAGES The Republicansdiavo put out n full county ticket in Hardin county The wheat harvest is now on in South- Â¬ ern Kentucky Tlio yield Is said to be very large General Bisscll does not approve of post ollice employes meddling in politics PosTJiARTEii IIov Chnpczo Wathen ot Owensboro has been favorably mentioned for States Attorney General President M C Alton has issued a call for a meeting of the State League of Democratic Clubs to be held at June 28 ISv a vote in the United States Scuate last Friday wool was retained on the free list of tlio Wilson 1111 The vote was strictly a party one and stood Lt to IS Ieffer voting with the Democrats ft i t 7 hand Three days uftcrwaid the pup showed symptoms of the rabies and Mr Hunter killed It He then went to Owensboro and had a mndstoiiu applied to the wound on his finger but It took no effect Ho was in Cloverport tlio 0th Inst two The Breckinridge men got up a Settle weeks ago to dty contracting for mate boom up in the Seventh last week just rial with which to build a new hoiiBobut to prove that Owens wasnt in it a little he did nut talk much nbout the dog bite bit and now that the boom shows indi List Monday the 11th lust he went to cations of sticking the Breckinridge men Hardinsburg to apply a mad stone but themselvesaro getting uneasy in another again it would not stick direction He was well posted on the symptoms JAMES A MOORMAN McDaniels JunTso Com Hj of hydrophobia and it seems that he V B Buktov Miss Madeline 1oiLuin is doing the Mr Will McDanlel nnd sbnJcwett Thomas L Cuitnsi i had read up on the subject after lie had northern lakes and rivers on a pleasure aro stillon tho sick list Y received the fatal bite Ho was sitting excursion She is traveling under a in Horace Scotts storo at Hardinsburg Mr Bob Robertson life insurance to avoid gossip but she is THE CONVENTION ngeut wag hete uesday on the evening of the fith after the mad recognized wherever she goes She will stone had been ineffectively applied to Willie vCnnVorf nndHFretl McDaniel round up in Chicago within a few days his wounded finger when he felt a little Wonder where she gets the money to were in lcltchfleld Thursday tingling pain in the finger and he then Republicans Moot at Hardinsburg cut such swells on shes a poor little Mrs Suo Mercer after a pleasant visit and Elect Delegates to Go to remarked that there was the first symp Â¬ innocent orphan and pauper you know to friends hns returned homo of hydtophohia tom Lebanon j MissiNettfo Parson is spending I week He went home that night mid by the A hold doctoral Hunt- Â¬ in ii mm iici uiumeir 111 jt eucuueiur Â¬ time he arrived his whole arm was painingdon Pa administered a knock out Messrs Herbert Roberts and Eves ing him Ho was thirsty and wanted 1 By call of the Chairman thu Republi Â¬ shot to a prominent merchant in that drink of witter but when he attempted cans of Brcckenridgo county met nt were here Wednesday selling maps city and he has positive proof that the to take it nu oHViimvo Hhtidih r went llatdinsbnrg Monday Junii 18 to elect Mrs Sam Parson is visiting her moth Â¬ man will never drink nuother drop of over his frame and he flew back fiom it delegates to tho Congressional Conveij er MrClminbliss near FttHj of Rough liquor It killed him This brings into ElWOIITlI iKAtiri as if It were n poisonous reptile rjj CftSafed He tion which meets at Lebanon Juno 27 U memory the fact that a prominent LouistfcS Mji P6icyStonejfLeitchfieId was hero The Vesper servico on Sunday after- Â¬ J VVVArSaANAtAAtBfatVV Tho erowd was very small nnd no en Thursday setting rup a reaperJ for Dr then remarked to his wife thalthero was ville drummer was sobered up in noon was conducted by Miss iEs-wrais-Florence sa isctai raesssr u thusiasm was manifested Cloverport nbout a year ago by the same Smith The 27th Psalm was read and another symptom of hydrophobia Hart Ho grew worse through the night and Hon Clin Blanford was made chair- Â¬ treatment and dropped dead in the the usual talk on the lesson was given j Mjs Majtle Howard spent Jast week still worso on Tuesday His arm shoul- man of the convention nnd W A Smith Seventh street depot at Louisville when by Mr John Haswell here visiting her old friends and neigh The meeting secretary The following bors he got ofl the train going home It also closed with the use of the responsive der throat and clust gave him much was chosen pain He craved water hut could not persons were elected delegates District reminds us that a prominent citizen of Vesper service Born on the 13th to tho wife of Mr bear to look at it However he made No 1 J orris Eskridge G N Taul alter- Â¬ Cloverport sickened and died of a disorThe Devotional meeting on next Tues one desperate effort to take n drink on nates Felix Hambleton J 1 Haswell Joe Glasscock a little daughter Joe is dered stomach soon after receiving the day evening will be conducted by Rev Tuesday and when the cup reached his No 2 V B Burton W A Smith niter smiles treatment W B Snend All the members of the mouth he seized it with his teeth and it nates John B Bates Sam Spotsman Mrs Mary Ifarrel is visiting her cabinet should be present to assist In the had to be wrenched from him but he No 3 E II Miller John Daniel alter- Â¬ HARDINSBURG service for the reception of members swallowed no water lie then said to nates It T Coshmon Geo GIIHIand Let the literary department get to his wife That settles It I have hydro No 4 A Bennett Seth Parks alternates Refreshments of all kinds will bo found LH W TIME TABLE work and givo us a good program for the phobia and am going to die of It Geo Miller II G Stewart No 5 Geo on tho grounds at McDaniels picnic OOINO WZST To the fact that trade has opened Up Ho grew still worso Tuesday night Nottingham Joe Drain alternates John June 30 Panenger Dally arr Ilardlniburgl2il2 pm 4th Tuesday with a boom since we filled our house Let us all in every department of the and was getting to he a very sick man W Butler Peter Bennett No 0 M M Mr It L Mercer one of our nicest ooiito CAST VflK Passenger Dally arr lUrdtniburg Half On Wednesday morning ho called his Chandler Milton Coke alternates Virgil young men is attending the Normal at 740 a in work be zealous and enthusiastic with a fresh new stock with the hearted work helps no one and impresses family together read a chapter in the Mathews Thos L Curtis Hardinsburg Miss Mary Smith returned home Mon latest styles etc On motion of Hon Chas Blanford the no one Let every olicer bring a good bible and had family prayer as was his Mrs Kate Lamptm Antloeh spent day custom After this ho grew rapidly delegates were instructed to cast their lost week report of work done in Ills department We propose to continue the boom with her parents Mr and Mrs Bom to the wife of I McGill Juno 17 Call a cabinet meeting if necessary and worse nnd nbout 0 oclock ho expe votes for John W Lewis for Congress Thos Parsons through this season with unusually On motion of V B Burton the dele Â¬ a girl i mako a plan of work then all enter into rienced his first convulsion These conMrs S M Hennineer and children of low prices and good goods instead of execution of it with earnestness and tinued at intervals through thu day and gates were instructed to Invite tho nom- Â¬ Miss Ada Beard is visiting at Big the night His thirst was so great that he inee to visit this county during the cam- West View are visiting her mother Mrs may God blebs the effort Spring cheap trashy stuff like some will offer H A Hunter T bcyged his attendants to try to got him paign Mrs Charlie Miller is visiting at Big you and say it is as good as ours Mr N W Wilson and wife visitetlher Live Stock Market Tho following delegates were then some water in some manner that he Spring Market lower on good to could not see it and for them not to let selected to nttend the Lcltchfleld Appel parents Mr antf Mis George Burton Cattle We buy all kinds of produce at Mr George Getzendanner is in town extra butchers mid J lower on common him hear them pouring it They conse Â¬ ate Convention July 18 John P Has- Â¬ uenr Rock Vale ast week this week high prices Oome and see us early Hustling handsome Carll Richardson and medium cattle and very dull quently filled n bottle with water and well Jr S Pate John P Haswell Sr Miss Belle Mattlngly Is visiting friends Butcher cattle quotations areas follows Chas It Jarboo was here Tuesday gettlngln some good wrapped n cloth around it completely Milton E Dockery and be convinced in I ong Lick hiding it and conveyed It to his mouth Chas Oelze 1 N Howard Thos Jolly work Success attend him Extra fat steers 800 to 1200 lbs 3 2i Mr Tom Downier is at home this week t 80 Fair to good steers 1000 to 1200 lbs He took nbout two swallows when ho and nil good Republicans who may desire Messrs Will and Marcus Mattingly from Louisville II SO 3 23 Extra fat heifers 100 to was thrown into another convulsion nnd to attend Long Lick wore the guests of friends These delegates were then Instructed hero last Saturday and Sunday Klncheloo and Board will go into their 1000 lbs3 23 fj 3 50 Fair to good heifers could ttiko no more of It From this on COO to 800 lbs 2 23 00 Good fat the convulsions grew more frequent and to cast the vote of Breckenridge county new drug storo this week We very much appreciated the sere Â¬ moie severe All thiough Wednesday for B L D Gufly of Butler county for nade to which our friends The largest picnic of the season will bo smooth cows 1100 to 1300 lbs 2 B0 treated us night he had his attendants to walk him Judge of thu Court of Appeals 2 75 Fair to good cows 000 to 1100 llu given at McDaniels Juno HO Saturday night and hope they will call Tho Chairman then introduced Mr 2 00 n 2 25 Common thin tows M0 to nbout ami keep him moving He beg again soon Miss Mary Bowmer returned Sunday ged them to be careful whllo holding uuiiy who was present ana maue a 000 lbs 1 25 to 1 50 from a visit to friends in Cloverport Messrs Reuben Miller Si Puto Owon Â¬ thanking the Republicans of Hwis Market slow C to 10 cts lower him when he was In tlio horrible con- short talk EKRON NEW BAPTIST ASSOCIATION Misses Sallio Murray and Lizzie Skill Quotations are as follows Good to extra vulsive throes and not to let him bite or Ureckenridgs county for sending their Cunningham and others wero here Tues day shaking hands and making their man Cloverport were visiting hero Sun- Â¬ strictly corn fed 180 to 225 lbs SI 80 otherwise injure any of them He delegates instructed for him Mr Thomas Brown of Paynesville day A committee had been appointed to pretty speeches begged them to keep women and children Good packinglSO to 200 lbs 1 70 75 Delegates From Churches in Salem was in town Thursday Mrs Jim Henning Mrs Pick Alvey away from him and when a woman or draft resolutions of respect iu memory of Mrs Hiram Carlton Rosetta Good to extra light 150 to 175 lbs Mr and 75 Mrs J D Roberts went to Loujsvillo and Goshen Will Meet at Irving were here last week visiting among their child would attempt to come near him John B Hunter which now reported as Glendeane and Mrs Sam Bonnett I 80 Fair to good light 100 to 180 lbs Monday to visit friends Astel visited their sister Mrs James follows 6 relativos he would motion them back 4 70 Fat shoats75 to 150 lbs 3 25 ton July 4 00 Mr J T Mossay and S J Brown have Wiiekeas John B Hunter has lately Rhodes last week When thu convulsions were on him ho 160 Looking brings with it no obligation Miss Addlq Parsons and little sisters started a huckster wagon Sheep andLamiis Market extremely would scream so that ho could bo heard departed this life be it to buy Well thank you to look TC In view of tho fact that certain church- Â¬ after a llewhed by his follow Uopubliclans of have roturned to Loitchflold Several of our citizens went to West dull and hard to sell at quotations for n mile and a half and the neighbor- Â¬ Lewis Co es in Salem nnd Goshen Associations hood for that distance around was kept Breckenridge county In convention as pleasant visit with their grand parents Point Saturday to see Robinsons show Mr Cal Bosham wife and children Market everywhere is full and selling at have not immediate and easy access to Mr and Mrs Thos Parsons Miss Daisy Cox of loblnsport Ind were hero last Friday visiting Maj Hor the lowest prico of the year with no re- Â¬ awake all through Wednesday night He sembled Mr Lon Glasscocks horpe rnn away tho principal portions of those associa- Â¬ llnt That IlrcckcnrlJc couatjr hna lost a would froth at the mouth and utter un lief for several days yet Sheep accord will visit hor uncle Mr 55 T Cox next ace fccott a family with him Thursday considerably dam Â¬ tions Wo tho undersigned feel that it tiibUntlil citizen of honor and integrity ing to kind and condition go from 1 50 earthly howls like those of a dog Second That the ltcpubllclan party haa lost is to the best interest of these churches Sunday Dont forget the 1th of July celebra- Â¬ 2 75 Spring lambs extra shipping Nothingcould keep himstilland apuffof a subatiinlUI member who alwaya curncitly aid aging his buggy but fortuuately lie and Mrs J K Bramlett left Wednesday tion at Hardinsburg Look out for bills and for the advancement of the cause of his little son were unharmed 3 75 Fair to good shipping 3 00 wind would throw liiinintoconvulsions 3 25 fcarlculy upheld Ita principle Hardin A Jarboe Mp Lon GJasfcock is tho only one of Cliritt that said churches viz West Dig for an extended visit to her parents at Third That we Jeplore Ills Iota not only aa a Ho still grew worso on Thursday one 25 Extra butchers 3 00 3 3 23 Spring Hill Grove Otter Creek Buck Alton Ind aa an Miss Annie Jones who has been visitFair to good butchers 2 00 Oj 2 50 Culls severe convulsion rapidly following ataunch Itepubllcan but citlien ettremed Intelli our progressive farmers that Wo know of at well Kent and upright lellow The Kkron Base Ball Club aro making that has more ice than ho needs for fam- Â¬ Grove Urondenburg Salem New High ing hero for some time returned to Big and scallawags 1 50 1 75 another when about G oclock in tho lourth That we tender to bli family and relaland Bowloyvllle Raymond Spring rapid strides towards champions of Spring last Saturday afternoon ho sprang from off tho bed tive our alnccre aympathlea In their bereave- Â¬ ily use We think wo shall treat our- Â¬ Creek Cold Spring Blue Rtvor Wolf Meade county selves to some Ice cream Boon Mr John P Haswell was called to with a more horrible scream than any ment NARROW ESCAPE Irving Misses Llsate nnd Dora McDanlel re Creek Little Bend in Goshen our secretary present a copy of Hon D II Severs was hero Wednes Â¬ llflh That before and as he was laid back he Eordsville last Saturday to see his sis thisc rcsolutlnna to his uniily andjlial they be ceived a pleasantjcall Sunday afternoon ton Sandy Hill Walnut Grove Steph day looking after boiho stock that waa ter who Is quite 111 expired to the Hreckenrldge News Forilsville Mar sent from their friends Mr J P Haswell Jr ensport Cloverport Hites ltun Clover killed on tho road hero He was perfectly rational up to the and llailfnrd Itepubllcan for publication Mrs Kmelino Rhodes wlfo of Mr John Slaton Comes Very Nearly and sister Miss Linulo Mr Kd Beard Creekj Corinth Hardinsburg New Beth Â¬ tlmo of his death except when in a conMiss Mamie Daugherty ail sister V B Burton Thomas Ithodes died at her home near Shooting a Man Aocidently and Miss Lilllo Scott Mr Godfrey Has- el Lost Ituu Goshon do ask for letters Ella went to vulsion Jesse B Eskridge Com Then it took five or six stout Getliseiuano college to see this place last Saturday night While Hunting well and Miss Becca Wilson all of of dismission from the abovo named as- Â¬ j W J Piggott men to hold him He realized that he there brothers Wednesday Tiie fourth and lost Quarterly meeting sociations at their next sitting in order Hardinsburg was going to die and made all arrange Â¬ Mrs B B Shacklett has gono this of the M E church South will be held to unite in forming a now association ments for tho disposal nnd completion Robbed the Store week to McLean county to spend some BossETTA Kv 18 Special June 100 Reward 9100 at Mt Ion next Saturday and Sunday We have theroforo after careful con He Instructed One day recently Mr John Slaton start Â¬ of his business affairs Special Rosktta Ky Juno 18 The readers of this paper will be siduutlon decided to call a meetiug of tlmo with relatives and friends We sell at a profit not at u grasping We would consider it a favor if you ed out ground hog hunting when he his wife to complete- tho house which ho Tho general storo of Alexander Pile pleased to learn that thero Is at least one representatives from these sovcrul usurious forty or fifty per cent but a would give us the names of your visitors met Jerome Board Tlio two stopped to contracted and move to Gleudeanu situated nt Custer was broken into last dreaded diseaso that science has been churches to meet in consultation reasonable living profit T 0 Lewis A at Irv- During their chat in and educate their children have a little talk Friday night and the money drawer able to euro in all lis stages and that is Ington on Friday before the second Sun Â¬ if you wish their visits mentioned Co Ho was followed to thu gravo next day rilled of its contents The robbers how Boino way Mr Slatons gun was accident Miss Frankle Conway who has ueeu Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the day in July 1804 at 10 oclock a rn We handle nothing hut the best in ly discharged The ball barely grazing by a large concoureo of grief stricken over were not paid so very woll for attending school at Hardinsburg is visit- Â¬ their only positive cure now known to the We earnestly request and urge that watches Jewelry and musical goods Wo Mr Board and striking a steer belong relatives and friends risk and trouble as thoy obtained only medical fraternity Catarrh a con Â¬ at your first regular meeting you appoint ing the family of Mr R S Dowell cant ailbrd to handle any but the best ing to Mr Slaton Just over a fenso from John Hunter was one of tho best citi about 10 in change If anything was stitutional disease Tequjrcs beinu Mr J K Bramlett and T James left a constltii a committee of pot less than two and T 0 Lewis Co where thoy were standing The steer zens that Ureckeuridge county afforded taken out of thu stock In tho store it has llonal jreatment Halls Catarrh Pure Instruct said ccynmlttee to express the Wednesday for Big Spring where they Mr E S Foote Owensboro was hero was struck In tlio left sholder and it is He was indeed a most lovable man A not yet been initsed Tho thief or thieves is taken internally acting directly upon sentiment of the church in regard to the go to build a store house for A R Morris Monday Ho came up to attend a meet badly hurt though it will not die christian gentleman strictly honest are supposed to bo of local talent Mr Albert Schlndler of Irvlngton was the blood and inucous surfaces of the movement at tho meeting to be held at of the Masonic Lodge and to confer the Mr Slaton was the worst scared man exact and fair to 11 fault In all his dealings They made an entrance to tho store by system thereby destroying the founda Irvlngton horeTuesday Mr Schlndler is plastr Master Mason degree in this neighborhood for u long time and with his fellow man forcing the front door and they left their tion of the disease and giving the Let all the churches nrge their com Â¬ er and bricklayer by trade and a first lie most thankful that tlio accident was implements consisting of an ax and a patient strength by building up the mittees to attend as this is an Important class workman See his eard The land of II 0 Morton deceased Hu leaves a widow and two children elsewhem was not sold by the Master Commission Â¬ no woreo than it was hut through his lifelong uprightness and bar of iron lying in the doorway constltutlonaud assisting nature In do Â¬ matter in this paper Â¬ Industry they are fortunately not loft Tho robbers have not yet been appre ing its work The proprietors have so er last Monday because of an error ap Â¬ W B Ilutledge Teaohen pearing in the Judgment lu want They aro thu posessors of a hended much faith la Its curative powers that spoUitcad sreevfy- B F Hagai It te a fact that the picnics heretofore Applications for positions in tlieClov large and valuable farm well stocked they offer One HudrejdIkilhus for any U DKimble AaUvUfi Ui gives at McDaniels have sot been fail erport High School will be received un- Â¬ and not a dollar of debt hanging over it ease hut It ails to cure ScimI for list 0 FOK nVSPElSIA W II WillkHM BIMMt HJm aaj dOo cswatW la kBtutkya nd uasau Indltfftrttoo ajwl Ptemaeb UjUom take Â¬ 2 Experienced teachers desir Bcidesthe deceased husband and father urea They always have a good erowd til July testimonial Address D F Muwklett NKOWN H IKON MITTHMM o ImhMU UtftmiMhM had a policy on his life for 1200 He atud it will be the oase this time Every ed For particulars address AUuVankiKn m4 ItoMeu F J dnmnr k Co Tslwto O XHMtlu taut wars aiu4 r4 wmiwc F N DHvv feWy Cloverjwt Ky was about flfty nv years of age ody la going Jar6oM ly Druwisi Tfe WILOlllkMII n Â¬ the Womans Foreign Missionary society Wo hoe you will have no objection to our saving you 25 per cent or mart on the purchase of a piano or organ Come in and have a talk with us on that Co subject T C Lewis Mr J W Glasscock was before the County Court last Monday asking for a cliango In the road leading from Ilinos Mr 1 lines was Mill to McDaniels present and gava notice that he would oppose any chango being made The parties finally agreed to submit the mat- Â¬ ter to arbitrators Those agreed upon were James and Samuol Parsons thoy to pick a third man A petition was filed in the County Clerks ollice last week asking for a vote on the Local option question in the Hock Vale precinct The precinct as it stands is a I ocal option one but those on the other side of the question want to test it again Tlio law requires a sixty days nitle before the vote can betaken and this w 11 put the ejection oil until the last of August Miss Mary Allen of Louisville has agreed to come to Ilardinslmrg thlsBum mer and teach a Kintergarden school two months provided she can secure- as many as twenty scholars Her terms will be 0 per scholar for the session of two months Miss Allen is favorably known to the people of this place and she should hnvo no difficulty in securing the requisite number of scholars slio de- Â¬ sires to open the school The Commissioners appointed by the County Court to mako some changts In the public road leading from Cloverport to Holts Bottom tiled their report Monday The Commissioners make several changes In the road as it now stands which they think will itnprovo it and muke it better than it has ever been The proposed cliango will run over the lauds of A B Skillman John Gregory Mrs Mary Miller the Acme Brick Com pany and Mrs Jos T Miller These parties agree to surrender the hind to the county on favorable terms it the cliangi in the road is adopted Â¬ Â¬ Hunter a Farmer Noar Is the Un- P Kranltiltniik Ailnptral y Unl Â¬ it ran r Similar Mliool Glondoane - fortunato Victim HIS SON IS BITTEN One of the most horrible deaths that ever occurred in this county was that of Air John 15 Hunter at his home near Glendeane last Thursday evening lie died of hydrophobia and tle particulars of the awful taking ofraro about 11s folÂ¬ lows Some weeks ago one of his neighbors made him a pnscnt of n small pup lie took tlio animal home and on the 7th of last month it got fastened in the crack of a fence Mr Hunter and his little son or twelve years of age assisted It out but in doing so tho animal bit the father on the linger and the son on the WiiEitKiw An nllwisu God in His lov Â¬ ing though mysterious providence has snatched from among us our worthy cltl7sn anil Superintendant John B we in modest testimonial Hunter spread upon our record and to those who knew him the following resolutions Jlenuliwl That his interest in us as n School and for us as individuals renders the loss great and seemingly irreparable lUmlifil That we commend him an example of humble christian grace sincere friendship and worthy citizenship and point with pride to the achievement of building up for himself a character so replete witli the many beautiful modest adornments requisite to The noblest Silverware A 1 If- - H P Jill vv 0enten Â¬ WITH NATURE m Ao tj Not exactly as the W2oJtonra Wheel ifTv tvr - iv anoyo avoid collision uykeeping on the right side of the road But get out aifd have a good time You will enjoy life the more No misplaced confidence in our High work of God Grade Wheels lletolmt Thnt we tende tbhja loved Alf He latesnmprovcmenU GeTn ones to his family In this dark hour the Wheel jnt lalliappy m m tendercst sympathy and beg them share deeply with us the consolation the Great Bicycle Dept Being whom he loved nnd has striven so Bicycle Sundries hard to serve mid to Whom his faith looked up even in the last the uiot II H fvictiANieds trying moment to which mortal could be subjected Doeth all things for the good Everybody went to thu show of his loved ones nnd that Neath tho J O Carter was here Wednesday shadow of His wing there is sweet rest night for him whom we lament Tom Critcliolow is visiting his mother Jlr totted That our Secretary spread this week this testimonial upon the record of the tMrJjPliaiWcflJJr attended court Sunday School send a copy to tliefarhiiy here Tuesday of the deceased and also a copy to our county paper the Biikckenkidok News jJijD FrankLeitchfield was hero last with a request that same be published wcBKiouying sueep W J Deaxe Jr 1 Iontrforgetthedateof thojpicnic at AND CONVERSE -- via w i ifaMr o ij SULZEFTS f1 Hi Given away to every r 8Bit ft Customer at lafOUlA j it Is II m S PMv v 1 Tj1 VES If j 1 1 Â¬ 0feffi5SJ3S3 if m sisrsBasiif Â¬ Â¬ We Gall the Attention Of Â¬ Â¬ the Public Â¬ t v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 M MEYER CO BURAS KY 0 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jajl Â¬ Â¬ 4 81 1 wJftW WANTPn V2N2i3Ffs FffK- - tt THR BRELGKlElNmi3QEl NRWS GLOYRRPORTKY LOCAL BREVITIES Now water melons Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Pair i fcv A in BAKING Supers lee cream ovjry day at tho City Bakery PASSEDJS Gen Kelly and His Army Morning BY Passed I Picnic outfitters gt our prices Sulzers Fresh iikes an fill nice try a lot Cool As a Cucumber Cloverport Early Monday No Better Sabers All kinds of cool drinks at the City Ilnkcry Now Yorks 100 now ride blccles Sulzers That is wnat you will bo if you wear one of our SHOES Are Made we carry POWER MOST PERFECT MADE Free pure Grape Cream or Tartar Powder torn Ammonia Aluro or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD 5RECKENRIDGE ISEWS 1804 X1 B 4 4 un i r had been many suggestions as to how they should bo treated when thoy ar- Â¬ rived Thoy gavo Cloverport notroublo PERSONAL however but slipped quietly by without making n stop or oven blowing a whistle father Niehaus went to Louisville In fact their passing was so quiet that yesterday not twenty five persons in tho city know Mrs Elvira Habbngo is visiting lier of their presence Not a hail or a call eon at Ilardinsburg was made nor was there even a word OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIERS spoken on the fleet loud enough to be Ilussell Davis of Kvansville was in heard on shore tho city one day Inst week S ECornorThird and Markot Sts Loulsvlllo Ky The fleet consisted of tho steamboat Miss Katie Glasscock of McDaniels is all Rosedale and two excursion barges tho guest of Miss Sallie Daniels pretty well loaded with men Miss Leila Camp niul Bister Linnic Thoy passed on up the river to Addi Â¬ are visiting relatives in Fordsville son where they lauded for breakfast BRANDENBURG Mr Will Watkins of St Joseph Mo A Kkws reporter followed them but is in tho city tho guest of relatives got to Addison just as thoy were leaving A largo congregation listened to Bro Miss Alico Dixon of Henderson is tho However through the kindness of Mrs Cherry last Sunday An Interesting Lottor Comes From gucet of Mr and Mrs 0 B Skillrnan L D Addison he learned of their actions Miss Emma Dee McOehco is enjoying Whoro It Could Least Bo while there Mrs Virginia S Duncan of Owens- herself in Vine Grove They landed about 8 oclock and came boro passed up on tho train yesterday Expected Mr Frank Ditto Jr has 11 position at ashore They Immedintely set about Ohio ltiver Salt Works Mrs It II Ilaynes of Lev isport was preparing breakfast Thoy stacked drift Â¬ Dr John Hardins mother spent last tho guest of Mrs A A Knlleist lust David R Murrays Friends Are wood in long rows and set fire to it week with him and his family week Then they placed frying pans as closo Legion in tho Very Hot Bed Mr Z T llerndon and son John will Stuart DeJernettc nnd Lee Bishop of together as thoy could set for the whole leave to day Monday for Akron Ohio of Montgomery Ilardinsburg were in the city Monday length of tho fire and proceeded to fry Miss Nellie McGeheo will see Ameri night bacon cus at the Auditorium on St Johns Mr W J Sherman of St lwis is in IT IS WARMING UP There wero 1200 of them on the fleet Day the city the guest of Mr ami Mrs W II accordiug to Gen Kellys count though Will Casperke spent last Sunday at Bowmer EiUAiiKTiiTowv Ky June 18 18M tho number appeared to be several hun- Â¬ homo with his father who has been ipuHo Carl Dellaven and George Gregory you cool Kditok News Inasmuch ns your distin Â¬ dred short of this to an outside observer sick went ovor to Fordsvillo last Thursday to Probably 800 would cover them all A good band has been engaged to dis Mrs Henry llawllngs is having a guished county man Davo Murray has attend the show When the people of the community saw pleasant visit to relatives in Louisville becomo a candidato for Congress In this course music at the picnic tit McDaniels landing they thought they would his many district nnd supposing Mr John T 0 M Louisville are Ditto nnd sister Addic of Junemakes your lungs strong gives you them nothing left that could bo carried and Indiana McGlnsson nnd her mint friends in Breckonridgo that liko to would havo the guest of their sister Miss May It a clear complexion by riding a bicycle off but such did not provo to be the case Mrs Bradley aro at Mrs 1iiiinie Dittos know how his candidacy is considered Mrs J D Rabbagc Hulzurs Tfiey were orderly and well behaved for several weeks here in tho supposed hot bed of tho ire Mr Erdix Connor of Cnnnelton was Absolutely bargains with 11 big B on touching nothing that was not given guest of army is hourly expected nnd pent Representative I thought it not Kellys tho city Wednesday tho SulTs prices on their hot weather coats them An onion patch of an aero in If they are allowed to land we expect the amiss to pen a few lines to your paper Miss Berthn Multlngly vests and extent belonging to Mr Addison and town to bo almost dovestated for publication in order that your readers Clint Adkisson of Webster wnsln the Tho finest drinks any way you want lying close by tho landing was not oven Will Woolfolk and sister Jennie went may know tho status of tho race here guest of his bro- Â¬ city last Saturday tho the in at J W Bates Star Saloon opposite disturbed Small bands of tho men to Owensboro last week to seo Mrs I assure you that ever sinco it was first ther Dr S 15 Adkisson tho post olllce went out begging at the neighboring Elvice Wimp and to witness the bicycle intimated that Mr Murray would make Mrs Ellen Fryo of Louisville who I am no more a poet than a sheep is a houses but thoy did this not in a deÂ¬ race the raco thero has been much shaking has been visiting her brother Mr Fal- Â¬ goet but I keep the coldest beer in town manding style and they were thankful Misses Lula Mary and Bess Lewis going on among tho dry bones of tho lon returned home yestciday Palace Saloon for what was givon them took an excursion up to Kentucky river vnlley and now that ho has positively Miss Ethel Oelza returned home from Hats They need no advertisement Those who had money bought every- Â¬ last Saturday with a party of Louisville decided to make the raco thero is a tho Georgetown Female College List Fri- - onco n lady sees them Mrs II V Dun- Â¬ thing eatable in Addison Dicks store friends peaceful undercurrent that is well nigh Â¬ can the Milliner ilay night to spend the holidays and then their wants were not supplied Mrs It II Nevitt and family Mr and driving tho stalwart followors of his opDrlt II McMullin nnd Miss Dock- - For Rent Two elegant rooms either Mr Kelly seemed to be a gentleman in Mrs 8 P Woolfolk and somo others ponent to desperation though they try Apply to every respect with good manners and cry of McDaniels were the guests of Mr furnished or unfurnished went to AVest Point last Saturday to take to appear as confident and assuring as good address He was dressed in the in Robinsons show They thought they can possibly bo Robt Lewis and family Saturday and Jno D Babbage Get you a latest out Prince Albert coat of good How will I spend Sunday thoy had so dexterously manipulated Sunday Miss Pearle Wimp is at homo from some other town and go to see hei goods light trowsers of first class mato- things that no one could be so bravo as Mrs Christ Abl tire accommodating girl in Stuart College Owensboro for the sum Â¬ to try on a bicycle Sulzers rial and his other apparol was goodnce tho question ngainst them They toll gate keeper nt tho Ilardinsburg end n dear girl and Happily Slighted Kelly gave us the and clean He is a young man apparent- Â¬ mer vacation Pearlo is had succeeded in mnnnging nlfairs so of tho pike was in the city last Friday we aro glad to claim her ngnln go by nnd our grocery is chuck full of ly 30 or 35 years of ago Other members tbnttwooftho districts best and most shopping Miss Errlily Mumford of Guston spent promising young men did not feel dis good eatings Sulzers well dressed and none of the army were Â¬ Mrs T J Miliary and Mrs Caldwell From now on wo w ill make you first were ragged Everywhere they went several days last week with Jennie Har posed to risk so much expenditure of Norton are the guests of their parents class tin types on short notice at tho old thoy were well behaved and courteous din who returned with her nnd will visit money though each of them had assur Mr and Mrs J G Stephens at Alata reliable gallery C L Knight They said they were not tramps and Miss Rhea Wnshlngton of Irvington anco of a very strong following from all Vista Addison Our bicycles miy bo a littlo craiky They I saw the other day In somo paper over tho dissatisfied old Uh would not steal or destroy anything Hon Chns lllnnford and Dr J II W but you press the treadles the wheels They inquired for work and said they tho Cincinnati Enquirer I believe that thought it better to forego the pleosuro Frank of Bowloyville wero in tho city come round all right Sulzers would work if they could get anything to there Is never an odd number of rows of moklng the race than to suffer possi Â¬ Our bicycles dont eat buck jump or do Mr Kelly was told that tho cities on an ear of corn but always even Is ble defeat becauso of a lack of money to last Saturday to attond the regular meet-Â¬ You press the treadle and get contrary ing of tho Royal Arcli Chapter Somo of you correspondents expend around tho falls wero preparing a cool this bo And now since so good and the wheel does tho rest Sulzers Miss Sallie Taylor of Rosetta and riding bycy reception for him and his men and ho who know more about such things than great a man as Dave Murray who is a A party of 100 ladies aro Master Taylor Babbage of Ilardinsburg man of nnd for tho people oven though clo from San Francisco to Now York on replied that he did not mind that Tho I answer He can trace lilt lineage higher wero the guests of their grand mother a pleas ire trip get one to day Sul people he thought had a falso impression The work of harvesting wheat has be- Â¬ Than the llourbnn dare aiplre zers Mrs Elvira Babbago last Thursday of him His men he said were peacable gun We wero told that tho entire crop to make tho raco things Mr R O Willis is building a new resi- Â¬ law abiding American citizens and there We are has decidod was killed by the Mnrch freeze Mrs T II Bates and son of Tar Fork dence on the corner of Oak and Railroad was no just law for molesting them as now informed that a fnlr averngo yield is havo assumed all at onco a decided som Â¬ have returned from a visit to Owensboro streets ber huo in the Bourbon camp It will cost when completed long as they behaved themselves by her Providence will provide and assured v 4 nd Whltesvillo accompanied who will 1500 Just now tho Elizabethtown News is Mrs Addison and other ladies of Ad Â¬ wo could always if we would make tho sister Mrs Birdio McCarty making horculean efforts to convince its Geo Boyd and Willis Clark had a lit- Â¬ dison went on board the fleet and wero i nir vocal with our blessings remain two weeks tle scrap last Wednesday evening but readers that it Is ready to strike every woro in com Bro Cherry lias organized a literary head that bobs up that straddles on tho Mr Wash Gregory and his two sons the beligrants were separated before uicely treated Tho boats mand of Capt Douglas Jonesj Tho society which meets eyery Sunday at James nnd Scott of Mowcqua 111 are in any serious damage was done silver question though it is red hot for a wife and daughter and siBter half past six sharp The object is for innn who voted for unconditional repeal tho city visiting relatives They will County Committeo captains Tho Democratic Miss Jones and tho pilots wife were on muttiul discussion of Biblical themes remain ono week Mr Gregory says will meet at Ilardinsburg June 23 to too when board making the trip They all gave The subject discussed last evening was of tho Sherman law and that there is now tho finest prospects forcrops accept the resignation of Chairman D amendments wero being offered In tho Ln Illinois that there has over been for R Murray and elect somo one to fill his the commonwoalers a good namo Capt Laying aside tho Spirit Â¬ Noahs Ark on a better footing Jones sayed that he would leave tho ual comfort of searching tho scriptures Houso to got silver twenty fivo years place than tho Sherman law afforded In view He army somewhere near New Albany the historical Information gained is an of the fact that there is not now a dollar Several of our boys attended tho bicy Â¬ HOLT had taken them off of Indiana soil and inducement to become a member cle races nt Owonsboro last week James in sllvor being coined on account of ho said he would not leave them in Ken S Sklllman and C AV Moorman jr 1 see Hon David R Murray has an vicious legislation against this metal and tucky bat in the samo State that lie Wheat harvest began here last week went down on their wheels and O T nounced himself as a candidate for Con Â¬ also in view of the fact that this Congress The oat crop will be very light in this Sklllman and W S Bownier went on pickod them up Ho was paid 700 to gress from tho Fourth District If ho will not reconsider the matter giving us tow them as far as Leavenworth Ind section j prove a strong man in tho raco a much better law than was tho Sherman the train and at that place tbey hoped to raise doesnt next Sunday at 11 Preaching hero Born Juno 11 to tho wife of Thomas his friends will be very inucji deceived law It wonld seem tho heighth of incontheir expenses oclock Mattlncly Water Valley Miss a ten- - enough money to defray and in tho language of tho iniuiblo sistency for any paper to claim that thoso to New Albany Charles Dickons Davo Murray Is ns who voted for unconditional repeal aro Joe Stewart attended church lit Sam pound girl and now Tom will soon be Tho fleet left Addison at 10 oclock wanting to make a visit homo to show and true as steel and if anything else than gold bugs But the plo Sunday Leaven- Â¬ good as gold Monday expecting to arrlvo at Â¬ wife of G A this little Water Valley Miss to his Clo- worth lata in the afternoon and at New sent to the halls of Congress will tnako a Elizabethtown News has promised to Born Juno 10th to the verport friends record for himself and tils district knock straddlers on tho head Wo shall Baurri a girl Albany Tuesday morning Mr Wm 1 Ramsey who has been in Sunday a number of the pulpits see Lost Latkb Kellys fleet was met at West W A Smith went to Ilardinsburg on ill health for quite a while Is gradually Tho oroat maioritv of tho poonlo here of the M E Church South of Louisville business Monday to Point at 2 oclock yesterday morning by were occupied by women in connection greatly bellpvo in tariff reform and can- Â¬ growing worse He is now confined Henry Dick Addison was tho guest of his bed His nervous system is greatly a Now Albany police boat and Mr present Represen Kelly was informed that his army would with the Womens Forolgn Mission not quito seo why tho lf milium Titlrtl Cuatliiir jvciuuij juuw Yiuum C shattered and it is now thought that his I dont know what St Paul tatiyo engaged in tho fight ngainst Roger Society tiot bo allowed to enter either of the Mark Newton Ilardinsburg is visiting mind is becoming effected cities aboutthe falls This both enraged would havo to say or whothor ho would Q Mills tho greatest of all reformers of Mt Sterling Mrs John Fierce Major OW Fowler fcUhls mother rovoko his sentiments about women uukss It was done through sluister mo is in tho city circulating among his old and dlsappoluted Mr Kelly nnd he B- - F Boultinghouse Rockport Intl I- - Y He dis being heard in public and asking of their tives II this Congress was determined is hustling for Superintend Â¬ ordered his fleet to turn back friends Ho was in town two days last weot hiiBbunds at homo One thing sure and to do what thoy wore elected to do in Ho ia a embarked ut Evans Landing Ind ent of Public Instruction A largo crowd from this plnco attend Â¬ practical educator and a man eminently would seem to a man where his men went into camp Ho certain our church women aro doing a this particular it ed church at Hltes Run Sunday suited for the place It fa tho hope of will mighty work in the mission lino and up a tree that tho greatest advocate of go on to Louisville and rent a hall Most of the latn setting of tobacco died his many Cloverport friends that he may Â¬ have been made and deliver lectures till he procures then our christian work is somowhat dif tariff roform should receive the nomination of the hot dry weather on account ferent from the conventional system of Speaker of tho present House and that Â¬ widow of enough aid to take them on to CincinMrs W E Tonkinson James Minary Loutsvlllo is visiting other days Id like to know what man is Roger Q Mills Billy Tonkinson who was killed at the nati parents Mr and Mrs J G hU grand the Much ado is mado by our papors about would becomo of the churches Cloverport Brick Works a low weeks ago tyephons woridjmanklnd If it wasnt for tho our present incumbents exulted position Broke Hit Arm to Colo Dale Ala last Thursday Miss Maggie Abl Cloverport was vis went weaker vessels Wouldnt you Mr on the Ways and Means Committee Union Stab Ky June 18r 8peial she was married to Mr iting friend and lelatlvea here Saturday and on Sunday But thon our people aro aware as to why Mr James Watlingten Vjarraer ro Editor Alfred Morgan the man who superin- Â¬ I tell and Sunday So many of our girls aro getting he is thero and how he got there tended the building of both the Clover aiding near this place met wltti a serious Miss Lyda Boultinghouse nnd brothor you that tho people in this county aro a last Saturday lie had been dotted swiss which for a long tlmo has Blnw Addison were vlsltlug hero Sat port and Acme brick works to Fords accident and was riding a mule in from been relegated to tho back ground In sonslblo thinking people and pay but plowing Mr W G Smart wont over urday and Sunday little attention to the dictum of any man ville last Thursday and came back with work From some causa the animal be Â¬ qur younger daysjt was quite the ad Hf8vWu Smith came upfromOwens exalted Ideas of the place and It people came frightened and threw Mr Watllng and we made tliem low neck abort as regards things political It may be Wrp Friday to spend the remainder of What ia doubted if a single vote is made for a He says that Fordsville is a hustling lit Â¬ ton breaking his arm In the fall Dr sleeves with infant waists U summer at hei homo at this place tle town and tho people have never ex Â¬ Wm Milner was called and set the In Â¬ sweeter fresher more girlish than a sim- Â¬ man through the aid of these papers Mr and Mrs J H Weatherholt gave perienced hard times In his estimation I for one am so glad Tinio and again men and measures have jured member and at the last reports ple dotted Bwiss ah lee cream supper Saturday night they are the cleverest and most hospita Â¬ the patient was doing well tljat young people will again wear their gone down overwhelmingly before the nnd he ia not far wtfWk was largely attended and enjoyed ble people on earth thin fabrics lor dress ana II l could lseuo people thai had been warmly espoused wrong Tim minQMN nl Ilia nlnnLaoi Me- Wyall present papers won ther first blcyjle LaiftMdfteen dress it would be that no by the press for And we love our this or Percy Hopper their activity for too but not of lwyer meeting b been changed race at the Oweiwbwo uuet It wm a Diw W wiH i Mhat tie gruunff iWfll lHijyoii suuum uo Therefore I law Wednesdays to Sunday nights and half mile dash for noiea ud the Clov- Â¬ raw prevails am uum tvwpwwawuu loweu to siirouu uenwu m wjuiure cuiuto that man or meature should couruvel the friends of Murray to 8 In the afternoon erport boy captured the prise ia 121 funky school from attends will be well treated and especially black Keep the hearts rest easy so far ss his friends here are tie now sports a nanusgine o iuwhi mlegion for to 9 1 Ow forenoon and minds of the innocent the happy conoerned and they are nor breadth ia Justly proud In the Kenwhich he Long Branch Maay Par heighth nor debtb length Uk Aota championship raoe lie ran miru tuoky robed la contrast to those whose lives things present nor things to come will ImiwhaM MkliMie Kerft HardlMburg and Mies In a close floiah and these exhibition of Am kokM 4mn Inm www to wW ad- - all HhhuM kep Utem from votiim for bin an sivaa UrowMa ire jfcjllif Wrileld Cloverport spent a tew speed indicate that tu will aoo wak as OoRNiWiKMIMUiT w imrtea w ins past mm of the hat wImvImm of Um oonatrjr WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 Light weight clothing for hot days cheap Sulzers Seo our lino of gents and ladies low shoes Sulzors Sulzers hot weather clothes nt prices not to ba missed Nothing poetical nt the Palace Saloon nil straight goods Everybody is going to tho picnic at McDaniels Juno 110 Pure Meado county Burch brandy sold at tho Palace Saloon Keep cool invest in Sulzers summer clothing coats and vest It sparkles as you drink it ice cold beer at the Palace Saloon Our remnnnt counter contains big special bargains Sulzors Leave your orders for ico cream and sherbert at Riedel A Cos Louisville beer is the best I sell it fresh and cold J W Bates Miss Katie Boyd was severely bitten by a dog onu day last week There will he son 0 good speaking at tho picnic at McDaniels June SO Coldest beer in tho city 0110 door be- Â¬ low the post olllce Palace Saloon Louisville beer fresh ice cold and sparkling at J W Bates Star Saloon Nice cool drinks aro refreshing these hot days I sell them J W Bates Cream sodas lcinonndc milk shnko ice cold sweet cider nt Riedel Cos The best wliiskoy that Daviess county can aflbrd is sold at tho Palace Saloon Keep cool by wearing some of our light summer weight clothing Sulzers Doctors all recommend bicyclo riding for out door exercise get one Sulzers Talk nbotit hot weatheo clothes just seo what Sulers can do for you to keep Â¬ Wr Itti Suiz ra t 111 for prim 011 blijychM They Touched Breckonridgo Soil at Addison Where Thoy Had rti 1 Serge Luster or Drap dEte Goats and Vests These goods are sold so cheap that the price alone will make you feel cool Any thing you want at prices from 275 to 8 Single coats from SI 25 up Any color any size any price tt i 1 r- - Breakfast GENTLEMAN ACTED THE Than the several lines which Our Shoes are Â¬ About 0 oclock Monday morning Ke- Â¬ llys fleet was sighted in tho bend of tbo river below Cloverport They had been expected hero for several days and thoro JULIUS WINTER CO backed with the guarantee that they are the best possible that can be bought for the money Its a great thing in buying Shoes to know that you are getting something reÂ¬ Â¬ liable About the fit and finish it is hardly necessary to1 say anything that they are as near perfect as HARDIN COUNTY Our guarantee is possible Window Shades A 1 In beuutiful colors ws With patent rollers and Fixtures for only -- Â¬ WlPPtK i ff 25 Cents at 1 Â¬ B F Beard Cos HAIIDINSBURG KY ih V 1 Â¬ ANOTHERAT STRIKE G -- Now is the time to get bargains We want to begin closing out our Spring Goods If you want a Bargain come now Mattings Mats Blinds Window Poles etc cheaper than any man Come quick before all the Ouesses a e gone See our new line of Custom for the Dresser Clock anil Toilet Set Mmln Ladies nnd Childrens Oxfords ami remember we will sell our t Spring and Summer Dress Goods under regular prices Chickens Eggs Butter Wool and every thing tliu1 We want your farmers raise Wc want the people to know that wc want their TJSTOIT Carpets Carpets 1 We will sell Carpets Â¬ Â¬ A Â¬ We are making some fine Tin Roofing Guttering Bucket Work etc best Tin made Wc will make your Screen Doors Buckets now from the I j and Windows and have them to order Come nnd see us wc arc always in the fight with cheap Cheap i Goods and wc can accommodate you with what you need Now do not forget this we are the men and the place for Good Quality reasonable prices and prompt attention With thanks for your many favors ana your much kiiutncss we arc yours TIN WORK J nsriEiF1 3s ie bt Old Reliable Store Ka xiLT GUSTON KY zzm Hiyi Yinr Worked Don Right AI WUtT SCHINtHHH Fotato itaUvwkwftfeMiarorrta nn srswaffa f w Pur m SIM HIHI or WTft jlyK BMllMSlBBnfc MM YA0AXT LOT VWmammn VWU Tl rm Eramras u vkVMWrl i u HMjpfcU - i l - - iitltJfrM HMMMMI mH t wm r- - jjUMhit -- - rirtrirrrtirtri-gr-ilffJlit- l1 wwww - T ZlL LLZm K rT i 6 THE3L BRELOKEiNmDQEX NETWS OIaOVEIRlFORF KY 1 T 1 1 nP 3ioi724 J4 15 16 QffitSKffWtT QIP oU S0 liem everywhere g SATURDAY JHtM ii t I JUNE 30th jwwi TMlDAY toWlISlolz 7 Friday S ATURPaY TuEjDArTT2i9 26 21 28 19 2 8 2229 2330 6MWM 2 M- A M - iJggzhii rit Vj HfefWr- - SfH jP8iiP rXOw S2F MP It DitjKiI RiittyIp ft liffl mv P vOiUlTlDla 1 K Their sales attest their popularity CUnWue free t our agencies r mailed for two 2 ccnl stamps iii i 1 I fL W sie jsSSsl Ii iii ttr J i M ti n i iW i QFrMJflbJH I SI A5YlUftRg6y3 H J IwrvOkilftl Kt klljlifPi P0PE MFCL C0 Doiton New York ChUo Hartford PICNld t itiil THE LARGEST Agent CI6vei portfay Of the Season will be given at ti it lV vVfli ViiiBi W I f - x baby of his He can now bo heard say- Â¬ ing Vcrna The dance at Mrs Pollocks Saturday Mr Highland of KvansWlle was In evening was a succets and everybody town Sutuiday Ilereollardaway of Hew ley villi was present enjoyed tho good music furnish Â¬ ed by Kininelt and Leo Kichardsou and in own Saturday Peak-a-bo- SILAS M DEANE Dies at His Home in Owensboro Atcr An Illness of Several Months Duration Silas M Owensboro Beano died at his homo in at 1230 oclock ihursday Tlio funeral morning tbo 14th inst services wore hold next dav at the First Baptist church by Hjv Fred D Halo after which tlio remains wero interred in the Kim wood cemetery of that city Mr Donne linn many relatives in tills county being an own brother of Fli Penile mid n half brother of Johnson Dcancot Glendeane His death was not unexpected as he had been very ill for several months with lirights disease and was in a critical condition for three or four weeks before the end came In giving a short sketch of his valuable life all of which the News can verify the Owensboro Inquirer says Kverybody admires beautilul hair So more highly respected or useful citien ever lived in Owensboro than and every one may possess it by using was the deceased He was a very suc- Â¬ Oyers Hair Vigor Keeps the hair soft cessful business man and had always pliant and glossy been public spirited being ever willing Ladies card rases at Babbages to contribute liberally to those enter prises which had for their object the upbuilding of tho city He was held in the highest esteem by uveryonu who knew him was a member of both tho First Baptist church and the Masonic order Mr Ueaue was a native of llreck enrldgo county but came to this city before the war and was engaged in the drug business for several years Ho was in the 50th year of his age aud was largely interested in many of Owens boros leading enterprises being presi Â¬ dent of tho Owensboro Savings Hank His estate is estimated to he worth at least li0XX M the beginning of the eivll war Mr Deano enlisted in the Confederate army going out from iavless county in tho command of Capt 0 T Noel who led one of tho most valiant band of soldiers that battled for tho south His wife and four children Metsrs Guy M Allen Kdward and Mrs II 1 Kaglcs survive him Miss Mary Hell spent Wcdmsday with Mies Helen Iollock Miss Hose A Morris dined with Mrs Louise Nell Sunday 1 IthodcH deputy sheriff Hrauden burg was in town last week Miss Mary Manning of Hhodelia is visiting Miss Helen Iollock Miss Clara Adkkson aud Gen Lyddnn attended church at Mt Moreua Sunday It J Patteson returned from a visit to his sister in Metcalfe eiunty last Thurs- Â¬ Steve Towel Messrs Mike Flalierfy Miirk Ijuicast er and Tom Whelan of Flaherty were McDANIELS THIS COUNTY WESSBSBSB9B2EB2BE i j shaking hands with the boys here Satur Â¬ day They are all jolly fellows and we are always glad to see them A J Thompson C H Bryant d K Anderson J II Basket Dr A A Bax- Â¬ ter aud F M Otborno wero out on one of their famous fishing txpeditlons last week They captured several fine carp Itev Donald McDonald nn eminent Presbyterian divine will be here Satur Â¬ day day Juno 10th for tho purpose of hold Â¬ Jno Masey and Mr Jones of Kkron ing a protracted meeting at the Patteson were among the number of visitors here Memorial church All who have had Thursday the pleasure of listening to Itev Mc- Â¬ Miss Lillie Cowley of Sandy Hill and Donald pronounce him an interesting nnd instructive speaker as well as an Miss Mary Hell of Mt Morena attend All are invited the dance at Mrs Pollocks Saturday earnest christian worker ed to attend the servicts beginning evening Allen Slith of tlio Mciulcvillo neigh Â¬ Sunday Juno 17th borhood who has been attending school ELECTItOPOISE at Hardinburg lelurnul homo last Two Months Rent 35 00 Wednesday A limited number of instruments will Sparrel Osborne who has been at be rented at this nominl price simply as Union Star having his eyes treated has You can not afford returned homo tnueh improved vo are an advertisement to miss this opportunity it has never glad to announce been made before and will not last long Misses Mary Manning aud Helen Pol Â¬ Address See advertisement elsewhere lock nnd Mr C K Anderson spent one DuBois Webb Louisville Ky Â¬ day last week at Uig Spring They report a good time despite the inclement Full line notions at Babbages weather C K Bryant wants all joking frionds Something nobby in ladies purses at to understand that lie lias named that Babbages Â¬ Â¬ i A Saturday June 30th Everybody is going Therell be some good The candidates will all be there A Speaking good band of music Refreshments of all kinds Something to amuse both old and young Dont fail to attend or youll miss something H J krsa - Kellys Aririjr durability The Gem for an outing shirt is the ideal of every man As a work Â¬ Would miike a better impression every where it goes if its members were fitted out in our haberdasher establishment We still handle the MoNAftOH Duess SfilRT It is unsurpassed in beauty comfort and f k w shirt it is the thing goods It IS Still -- our intention to surpass all competitors in Gents Fine Neckwear C611ars Cuffs Hosiery Handkerchiefs etc Nice cool Underwear is also needed - for comfort during these hot days and we are the 6 leaders for such As dealers in Notions wc are Mioviix v the front and we constantly keep Combs a large iX 8UPPy on hand Tooth Brushes Hair Brushes Cloth- Â¬ ing BrusheB Curling Irons French Harps d p i Pxii 3v lhj wL Shawl Straps Lunch Baskets Collar and Cuff Boxes Base Balls and Bats Baby Battles Bath Towels Toy Wagons Toy Chains Dolls and Doll Heads Purses Card Cases and other articles too numerous to mention We are well stocked fat Paper and Envelopes may always be found in our stock Fine Inks Pens and Pencils are other specialties while we have books of all kinds too numerous to mention In fact as long as be found complete and just that long will our prices be found the most reasonable thorough examination If you dont see what you want ask fox it Up Ttoe Olxio - in Hammocks which all the ladies enjoy these sultry days and our Croquet sets are beauties As Stationers we have no competitors in this section of Kentucky The finest of Package Stationery Note Paper Letter Paper Legal river continues to flow just that long S will our stock in every department All that we ask o our friends is to call in and make a Respectfully E C BABBAGE Manager V w JNB H i 4 p 4 f WU wi 4i4 i4 - OLOYERPORT KY 5 m Wpww - T 1 3K JT JIMpTT1 THia BRRGKLENKLIDQ NElWS GLOYERPORT KY - VC i ifiu Still I r8 i I k-- Rx I iinriIUiI IIII I ill III I L I II IL r in I n - II ii If II II II II 0 mm i r I m mL BHfc Wm Ir l 1 I I HB I g tl J m V J V V m I rM IJ 1 --I At the LaHeistj Palrk I Cloverport Kentucky Every thing New and Novel Dinner and Refreshments on the Grounds Amusements for Young and Old Appropriate Addresses will be made by prominent speakers St Rose CHURCH WORKS 4 SfssIFOEBs BALLOON ASCENSION MIKE ODONAHUE Managers Breckenridge Jed D V f R S GARTER OHAS ELDER JEFF MATTINGLY PATRICK TIEF of Hardinsburg MIKE LYDDAN JOHN NEVITT JAMES KING of Irvington DANPRIEIr of Oloverport VICTOR HAGEMAN W 0 KELLY HENRY WALTZ of Hawesvillo News 1804 0 Batbage Editors and Proprletrs WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 ER GIVE3 UP ITS DEAD onc vhlrd moroinilic proaucmg qualities it is cheaper aj present prices to feed it than corn or nnytliing clso By actual test it was learned that CO pounds of wlieat make moro milk and of botter quality than tho same quantity of corn or almost nny other class of feed and it is stated that sinco Schuylkill val- Â¬ CANT QET MARRIED AT HOME A Situation TCllcti Is Cauilng- - lletrothed Midwinter Surf lUthlnsr Sea bathing in lata January Couples Considerable AiinojHnee 1 I f U V T r At 1 Yoarjjin from tho depths of Cayuga lako by means pf electricity na I seo thoy in Â¬ tend to try to doBaid a gentleman who prow up on tho shores of Cayuga lako KENNEDY SAW A COMET it will bo tho first tiiuo in tho history of tho lako that tho body of any person Manifetutlon Fulfilled tho rrojihecjr of drpwtied In its waters was evor seen Hick YVuniuii ngain I always had a liking for geolog Â¬ William H Kennedy roslding at 405 ical research and indulged it for many Westford street this city says ho saw a years in investigating tho bottom of Cay Â¬ comet last Sunday night uga lake Walking on Middlesex street near My experiments satisfied mo that the Branch his attention was attracted to u bottom of the lako is n series of large luminous object In tho sky to tho northopenings and cavities many of them ward Tho sky was clear and the moon cratcrlike Somo of these nro 100 feet in was shining in the southeast Wheu ho Theso craters as I beliovo diameter firsUsaw tho comet tw lib supposes it them to bo Ho at different depths or appeared to bctlio sizof ufijll moon as rather their raised edges aro of different bright as mi eltctrio lilit and Hiirrouud heights Their depths aro fathomless od by a halo They havo undoubtedly become there Tho object moved slowly across tho coptacles of tho bodies of tho hundredi sky to tho south diminishing in bright- Â¬ of pcoplo who aro known to havo been ness until uttainiugH lvddish hue and drowned in tho lako since that country the size qt an orange it disappeared Ho was settled and of tho undoubted thouthinks ho kept thu object iu sight half an sands of ioople killed in tho fierce bathour and called the attqntiouof u friend frequently waged on the to it who also witnessed its disappear tles that were shores of tho lako botween hostilo tribes ance of aboriginal warriors during tho cenMr Kennedy considers tho manifesta- Â¬ turies preceding tho coming of tho white tion moro remarkable as apparently ful- Â¬ man filling the prophecy of u sick woman by It was in Cayuga lako Hint tho fiend whoso bedside ho was watching tho pre Â¬ ish murderer Ruloff lowered tho bodies vious night About 3 oclock u m tho of his wifo and child 50 years ago nftor patient with closed eyes drew a diagram ho had mnrdorcd them The bodies were of a comet which she predicted would inclQscd iu a chest as ho confessed bo soon appear iu tho north foro ho was hanged at Biughiimton for Mr Kennedy said ho was thinking of another inurder Tho weeks thatworo this prediction when looting up into tho spcut in dragging tho lako for this chest sky ho saw it apparently fulfilled wore simply wasted for it was sunk into Anaerolito is reported to havo fallen in tho mouth of ono of those bottomless Now Bedford that night striking within openings and if it is not sinking yet is 10 feet of a woman It may havo booa etill floating about in thobo mysterious Mr Kennedys comot Lowell Special dopths in Boston Herald Within half a century more than 100 Klulue louilule Itidluu HuabniiD persona havo been drownod in Cayuga Interest is again centering iu Dr East Â¬ lake to recover tho bodies of whom tho grappling iron and drag wero used in man tho young Sioux Indian whe was dustriously but in vain If it wero pos beforo the public a few years ngo It siblo for one to mako tho rounds of this will be remembered that Eastman grad Â¬ lakes cratorliko bed ho would without uated from Dartmouth bud soon after doubt encounter hideous charnol houses surprised tho public by marrying Elalno lioyond number caverns where hosts of Qoodale tho Borkshiro poetess The pair ginning skeletons havo found sepulcher soon after their murriage located in the nubmarliio catacombs without end Per Â¬ west Thou Dr Eustuau obtained an haps the electricians exploring tho laku appointment us physlclau at the Pine bottom with thoir intense lights as they Ridge Agency South Dakota All ran purpose doing may make somo such dii smoothly for tho time being Then dis- Â¬ Rochester Post Express satisfaction arose and the government Vfrie authorities couoludod that it would be best to transfer Dr Eastman to somo MILK INSTEAD OF FLOUR other agency To this he entered a re Â¬ fiuy That It Vy Thui to monstrance and finally tendered his res RtoMiar Ylio leeil Wheat to Tlmlr Cow iffDation To St Pan Dr Eastman hied PMladeljdila milk consumers may htmtelf and began practicing medicine probably be interested innuixperinieut hanging out his shingle of C wiyesea oHm farmers of the Schuylkill valley the Sioux Hard times have gone vMM that city receives la wiuantitlei Against the Indian for he Is again beÂ¬ Recently increased ship-- fore the government1 asking for reap Â¬ t ite wHk mante of milk have been made Wlieat pointment as physician to one of the t round figure sells at 1cm tlm 68 ageolg Cmiiunaii OoBitorclal Qa CMtto and owing to its Jow price many MtU inwrt are chopping theirs and feedlug Nw eard easaaat to oitttk Tbttytay that brttn U a Kabbahs it cut pound corn uearlyaoeut pounda Ijt you need a guqe dont tail to w ftount m iKiuml and wlwak a atnt fount a4 Uut m whouj aa t 1mm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ijrtisa LakP Prom Which No Drowned Iersuii Wiu Uvrr Ilrentornl If they succeed In recovering the bodies of Instructor Mcrriam and Miss ley shippers aro feeding wheat to their cows their milk is pronounced of a higher standard of excellence Farmers say that thoy cannot nfford to ralso wheat for flourmaking purposes unless they get 00 cents to 1 a bushel Reading Cor Phil adelphia Ledger A young man and a young woman came over the line from Now Brunswick tho other day and were married hero rays a Calais correspondent of the Bos- Â¬ ton Herald They had no difficulty in finding a minister to unite them al- Â¬ though they very frankly explained that they couldnt havo got married in thoir native place in Now Brunswick The reason for this seeming anomaly lies in the fact that Governor Boyd of Now Brunswiok is dead and that every marriage licenso must bo signed by the governor to bo legal It is truo that it was Governor Boyds custom as by statute he was authorized to do to sign quantities of these licenses in blank and to distribute them to tho various officers throughout tho provlnco whose business it is to attend to such things to bo filled in as circumstances required Now there is a very fine legal point involved The question is whether dur-Â¬ ing the interregnum causod by Govornor Boyds death and until tho Dominion government appoints his successor theso marriago licenses signed by Governor Boyd aro good Can thoy bo used until a new governor is tent down or aro they useless as not bearing tho signaturo of the actual governor of tho province This is what is agitating tho minds of tho ITew Brunswick lawyers and es Â¬ pecially of tho betrothed couples Thoy muy indeod adopt tho pld fashioned method of calling tho banns but that takes timo and timo counts when the wedding day is set and tho invitations aro out Perhaps they hud best do as tho afore mentioned couplo did go to Calais and thus meJiO assurance doubly sure Â¬ BIMETALLISM IN ENGLAND oclock in tho morning and hero aro bathers just out of tho surf Tho tern poraturo of tho water was 70 degrees just right for a salt water plungo and much warmer than tho ocean will average at tho New England coast resorts in The air was only slightly Bummor warmer than tho sea Tho mercury nt There was noota registered 70 degrees a good sea running and the surf combed over toward the sands most gracefully and invitingly It would break ovor tho bead and shoulders of a grown person standing up to the waist in the water Tho color of the sea hero appears to bo paler than that of the ocean farther north nnd at high noon today with a cloudless sky overhead nnd the rays of tho sun glint- Â¬ ing on the crests of the waves few havo ever seen a moro strikingly boautiful combination of sea lund nnd sky Or mond Fla Cor Atlanta Constitution Drained u Luk by llorlng Iloie In Florida Lifois an nrticlo from tho pen of B W Partridge of Monticollo with tho iibovo title In it ho describes tho effect of tho drought of 1891 on Lako Miccosukie ono of tho laigest lakes in iniddlo Florida when about 0000 acres of water becamo dry laud for a spoil Tho rainy seabon of 1893 filled it with water again Mr Partridge conceived tho idea that the lako could bo drained by boring holes In its bottom aud organized a company to try it Experts wero engaged to cxamiuo nnd report on the plan and tho result was that tho company has bored u number of holes in the bottom of Lako Miccosukie and tho water is rushing down through them via a subterranean passage to tho gulf In a few montjis thoy oxpect to permanently drain tho lako and thus recover 10000 acres of valuable land Â¬ It is 11 BIG Hill IIElIffl J 0 BOURNE J M HARPER DANIEL BROOKS Correctly weekly liy Iumphrey V Jaufer lro tluce Commission Merchants no Second bthet Main and Market Louisville Ky BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO LOUISVILLE KY June 12 1694 Shippers should mark all packages plainly with shippers name and post office address BUTTER Choice country 10 12 Medium Creamery EOOS II 21 Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE BOURBON o 10 HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVILI 3- a 10 25 11 Fresh HEANS Michigan hand ploked Nnvy -- ndlaua Old or Common and oolored 1 STOCK YARDS MiiilililH in RATES F KY 1 1 FEATUERS Trims white goose Mixed Old No 1 duok 75 to 1 85 60 to 1 85 00 to 1 20 35 twwi minium - f nisi urn TTl nil 25M34 15 25 20 HIDES Oreen rood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins Rooiters per lb 3 Q SJ EttrSTy iltVkjfeSrtl HfcKjLr7 rfVf AfliiSilJiSl 7 20 M 50 1211 It 7 0 Hem per lb 50 Spring Chickens per doz 3 00 DRIED APPLEd AND PEACHES Apples choice bright quarters i to Apples average 4f to 5 1 POULTRY A i arji r7- - jrL 0 VsyILHIilS Wll irvL jjtsTrfflHmJUss rZ -- d jTJj- 84 - rXMaFAVlW i v i rI-J-U-yu- 1 lr H Us B1VJJ1fl rf 1 aVLJJi wl A t Jr la MBsaaaasasslMsVsSBssssiasSBsassBaMss Apples old Peaches now Peaches old 4 to 5 -- VTWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT GREEN HERN WOOL Tub washed flreaso fine Oreaio coarse Merino liurry and Cuts Tallow - 25 26 16 a 17 12 5 14 12 14 5 10 BOWLING Business College ESTABLISHED BOWLINQ IN 10TB hm BANK or MISCELLANEOUS iii lleeiwai Sorghum 21 ii 36 m wharfi 30 M 35 Molasses HAY ORAIN PEED We quote prices to day on Louisville cltj GREEN BUSINESS COLLEGE I SOUTHERN NORMAL SCHOOL Teachers Scientific and Classic The great Business Training School ol the South I Knglish Music Art and Elocution provided hand Telegraphy Type 1 Courses IloolcKeeplns bhort bend lor Low rates ol hoard and tultlun Pupils can enter at I or Writing and Penmanship I catalogue any time Send for catalogue OHEBBT BROS Proprs Bowling Oreen Ky Address Oonrsa desired tSTMeutlon OATS No 2 oats 32 Lord Rullsuurys Rcceut Speech ami What It Is Thought to Forecast ot t is regarded as a definite pronouncement Itifuvor of international bimetallism It is possibly destined to have momentous consequences Sanguine bimetallists preÂ¬ dict tho early inclusion of their currency scheme as a plank of tho orthodox Tory platform but that is scarcely probable until tho numerous Tory monomotullista have been converted The subject acquired considerable prominence iu tho Accrlngton election contests but thut is scarcely to be won dered at becauso Lancashire has long been the stronghold of bimetallism Even the Liberal newspapers of that county aro compelled owing to thepres snro of local opinion to keep an open mind on currency matters and some of them at present are giving considerable space to the discussion of the sliver prob Â¬ lem The Liverpool Post an influential Lib Â¬ eral organ gave promluenco the other day to a letter advocating tho adoption by England and lur dependencies aud the United States of a second or silver in terastionalsUudnrd without relation to the irstorgold standard all contracts Biade through goW eurnwoy being set tled by geld okneaey and alleeatraete made ty Uw international dollar our renoy being settled by the lateraattoual dellar currency the latter being ike sil Â¬ ver dollar dtvieible into 100 Trk Sun Idost Letter - house during thodobatoon Indian finance Lord Salisburys speech in tho upper Hark Tnnln Mark Twains hair has grown white and his physlquo is not so stalwart as it was a few years ago but his mind is as juvenilo as ever Ho has n hacking cough which when ho gives way to it is almost convulsive in its tendency hv tho humorist seems entirely indlfforeit to its violence Ho sat in a promlnotT Now York club a fow days ngo running spasmodically from one story to another and commenting upon tho talk of his companions with a perpotual smile lurking around tho corners of his mouth Yet at short intervnls he wus bent Over almost doublo under tho violence of his cough When his companions roferred to it as they did on ono or two occasions Mr Clemens seemed qnlto unaware Of the act that ho had been arousing u good deal of sympathy as well as incessant laughter Exchange Â¬ Strictly cholc Choice No 2 Oood Medium Uood Bright Straw- - HAY 10 11 10 4 50 00 00 76 13 12 11 6 00 00 00 Agents Wanted SOLICITING FOR CORN 50 Choice whit Chotoe shelled 42 46 4 3 3 3 00 50 40 00 4 25 3 75 3 65 3 25 Lovings Protective AND HAHLIUSBTJEG Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 7 600 B P BEARD President WILL MILLER VIoe Preildent M II BEARD Cashier Q W BEARD CATTLE Oood to extra shipping Light shipping Best Butcher Medium to good butchers Collection Agency THIS IS NO HUMBUG HOOS 6 Choice packing and butohen 5 Fair to good 6 Roughs Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under4 Oood to extra shipping Fair to good LAMBS Oood to extra spring Fair to good 25 5 20 6 50 M 6 6 75 40 25 75 00 BIG PAY TO THE RIGHT Headquarters BOWLING GREEN KY SHEEP 2 75 I 60 4 50 3 50 3 25 2 SO 4 75 4 00 THIS IS THE BEST PHOENIX Dire tor MORRIS E8KRIDUE R M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Our Gem Shirts have arrived choice 60 cents at liabbagoa -- Eeduced Bates to Louisville Account St Johns Celebration at Louisville Juno Sth Tho L St L T railway will sell round trip tickets from all stations to Louisville for train 52 and 64 of June 21th and train 03 of June 25th at one fare for tho round trip ticket limited to return till June 27th Tickets will be sold on the branch June 25th only This will be tho grandest celebration ever given by tlte MasoBe They having arranged for Ataerieua tlie most elaborate and tnagniHeettt sneo taeular pyroteebnleal production ever aywt- t GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT Also Wholcs Uo and CO KENTUCKY Shlng lo Money In tho Corner Slate Shinglo certificates operate as a circu- Â¬ lating medium in Blaine Wash A cer- Â¬ tificate for 10 recently circulated until it had paid nearly 300 in local debts be-Â¬ fore finally reaching the place wheuco it started The basis of tho certificato was shingles and it would purchuso flour mea eoffee blankets fuol cjothiug for the wife ad babies and perform all the fuaeiloBS of a gold basis certificate Portland Oregoman Viul lltid notions ut ftdhhauAa Ilctal Dealers la LNM Yellow Pine Flooring awl CiIIIng LatM ShlRjIM LIME CO Stephensport Ky CwneBt Hair Brlek Dwrs Sash ami Rllnfe aad all klatfs or lalMtng Material Sale AgvuU fer Honwjteai Something nobby la ladies purees at ASKFOfrlT Or4u FertHlzin mi TrtV t nmmM wrft j yyiinwwuitMjM ttj y ilUWCP i wjii ivB vimiAn in7rwpfrjii ii IJf VI HI- - - 11 v fl y yjSiT II II1 fly f WV- - 8 vc rs A n WvyiVw fefk - v J lTi v t- - ilii yVV iny T Â¬ iu T t x THR BRROKRNRIDGR Latest U S Govt Pcrott NEkWS OLOVELRFOKLT KY WATCHES irsy ItVtll Highest of all u Travelling Power OBSEiwiTions II Dkaii Nkwh YELLOW LAKE Baking m Breckenridge News 1894 Powder AEVSOUUTELY PURE WEDNESDAY JUNK 20 Several from this neighborhood took Agnin I havo madeeomo In tho big show at Hardinsburg observations among the creatures of huMr Joe Hlieatley visited his sister manity Tho peoplo aro crying union Mrs Lnurn Multlugly last Sunday union I all over tho land A fisherman from down the river This cry for union prompts the spirit of inquiry which is not dangerous to passed through here last Friday blowing truth only fatal to falsehood and error Ills horn and selling his fish which were God certainly requires unity but the very nice peoplo fall to distinguish between the Miss Mary Pool who lias been attend Â¬ Can two ing school at Danville Ky is expected two words union and unity home next Thuisday Our much appreciated friend Mittle B is smiling more sweetly now than over sinco tho vltit of Dr Misses Sue Willie Julia Lulaand Mr Frank Rhodes spent last Sunday after noon at tho pleasant home of Mary and Jiminio Mattingly Judging by the goldon huo that is spreading over our wheat fields and the shrill whistle of the Bob White har vest is not far distant The little fledgeling that camo to the home nest of W E Rhodes May 13Jb will be christened Irene Agnes Mr J L Rhodes returned from Evans villo last week He had fctter luck this time as he sold his logs for more than he expected Miss Maggio Goodman of Hardlns burg gavo us a call last week as applicant for the fall school at Jarboes school A house Our former friend and associate Miss Luclla Wheatley passed through the teachers examination at Hardinsburg successful She obtained a first class certificate The nice rain that fell last week caused the farmers to smile but the clatter of hall as it fell made somo of us shudder for wo strongly remembered a cyclone hero once that was proceeded by a hall storm Master Edward Rhodes who last week was beyond recognition has now about recovered his natural features Ed says ono consolation is that a fellow dont have the mumps but once When we see the nco band saw in operation in tho hands of Mr Bob Rhodes our excellent voimg carpenter we cant imagino why many of us dont havo nicer houses and prettier yard Â¬ SENT FREE Toeery purchaser of goods In the amount of fu or over we presnt one of our hit diotne Premier American I ner VValrhrsj Mctccl or Week Case wild Chain and C liar n If purihate Is If si than fu a card Is given with amount of purchaie punched on it and when lis Is punched on the card the watch Is ilrlltrrrd WAY OUT WEST Another Breckenridge County Boy Writes a Lotter to His Fa- vorlto Homo Paper He Is Deeply Interested is in a Strango Affairs If Land Far Away In Ho Homo CURE FOR CUT WORMS National City Oal Juno 4 SU4 In looking over tho paper this week I Bee that the Garfield correspondent falls Keep awake Garilcld to contribute or there are peoplo in California who I am glad to feel interested in you know the jeoplo in and around there has taken tho steps that they have 1 say hurrahl three cheers for the inlhieneo some of her noble people huvo i en in helping to keep their town from the evil drug whisky I think their heads ore level when they oto and veto it every time Permit mo to say again hurrah for old Garfield I nm also glad to hear of the lady missionary Miss Fry mire I hope she will meet with success in her great work and that tho Sunday School will continue on and on and never stop hut keep spreading tho good work all over tho globe and especially till it reaches some of the forlorn lambs that are scattered from tho fold I say have courage and never despond Miss Frymire for I know you are on tho right side It is fine Well now for Bonita weather here Thero was about eighty one hundredth part of an inch of rain fell lost month It has been very dry this season thercforo causing tho grain to be very short But what would Cali- Â¬ fornia be if they could not irrigate That is ono of tho best inventions that man has ever done for this State I see the cut worm works here on the grape vines as well as it docs on tho corn in Kentucky Tho peoplo hero feed these worms by giving them bran and paris guLcn mixed Just moisten a little and sprinkle it around tho vino or any plant that theso worms feed on I should think this would do for tho corn and gardens in Kentucky as w ell as in Australia or California I think the Custer folks are alarmed about young Mr Urack Never mind Miss Fannie ho has good care if ho is in tho far west I dont think he will go any farther west soon Ho always seems cheerful and happy especially when tho east mail comes in Mr Editor I hope I have not taken too much of your valuable paper for this I am sorry to say I bid Bonita Ranch good bye in a few days for tho Block Hills There are attractions here that arc very fascinating Success to tho Nkwh Bomta 1 Â¬ walk together except they bo agreed God rtquires of man to believe his word accept and practice accoidingly JOLLYS STATION To bcllcvo tho gospel accept tho gospel and practlco tho gospel is perfect unity Items aro scarce Let God speak and throw on the Nelson Jolly Jr went to Hardlnsburg electric light of Ills Holy Spirit and Saturday Great mens opinions with standard Will Moorman ofGleudcane woshere and classical works will sink into noth- Â¬ last week Let God bo true If it makes ingness Charlie dont let tho onion joko get every man a liar Let Gods word come away with you For w o wrestle not against to tho front Tho boys of Kirk dont seem to get flesh and blood but against principali- Â¬ quite so Jolly here of late ties against powers against the rules of tho darkness of this world against spirit- Â¬ Miss Leila Jolly visited her cousin Mrs Chas Lyons Saturday and Sunday ual wickedness in high places Eph Miss Eula Miller of Hardinsbuig was 012 Homogonlal things will combine and the guest of Miss Lida Lyons last Sunform a perfect unity while unhorao day genlal things will form a mere union Miss Annio Jolly visited her cousin Christ is represented as n Stono which Miss 3iia McGary of Kirk ono day last shall become as u mountain and fill the week whole earth Dan 2 115 A stone per Mrs Samuel Jolly visited her father fect mlxturo of material Thero is no Mr llichard Alvoy of Glendcane last mixture hero From center to circum- Â¬ week ference the stono is real There is no Fanners aro about through planting deception no shell to cover up other tobacco and all were glad to see the rain substances but real stono through and Tuesday through And wo havo but ono Christ in the Mrs Dudley Miller and Mrs Martha Ifendrick wero in Hardinsburg shop- Â¬ gospel Thero is no other Christ to participate with him in tho salvation of ping last Tuesday of man but the samo oneness which is tho Mr and Mrs John Hendrlck Clover Creek visited Mrs Win Jolly warp and woof of the gospel Tim perfect prayer of Christ was for and family Sunday unity That they all may Imj one as Mr and Mrs James DeTernettc spent thou Father art in me and I in thee several days witli their son Mr Joseph that they also may bo ono in us that the DeJernetto last week world may believe that thou hast sent Miss Gertlo Wilson who has been visme John 17 21 This is perfect unity juisen in belief in feeling in viows and pur- Â¬ iting her grand mother Mrs berry returned home Saturday morn- pose ing When all christians unite and accept Tho girls and boys of this place are the plain teachings of tho Son of God anticipating a nice time the 4th Sunday tho world will bo constrained to believe which they will spt ml at tho Tar and tho stono will roll on and on and Springs Become a great mountain and fill tho whole enrth and all will seo alike and Miss Bessie Hemlrick and Mr James Miller of Clover Creek attended church tho Watchmen on tho wall speak the at Corinth last Sunday and took dinner same things Then no more religions tyrants will with MibS Daisy Miller lord it over Gods heritage with their Taylor Tate of Kirk was tho guest of despotic ruling but all will liayo equal Miss Lillio Jolly Sunday Look sharp rights and equal privileges in tiio house Taylor or the one that calls you her felof God and all will be free in Christ w ill go back on you low Jesus Virgo Wilson says he didnt know his Jesus said to ids disciples Ye know mule could jump until last Suturday that tho princes of the gentiles exercise when it jumped five fences Thats why dominions over them and they that aro ono of our girls was so dissappointed great exercise authority upon them But it shall not ho so among you Math 20 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PREPAID I ef 1 v i ANYWHERE rm f- l- A 4- - KENTUCKY or INDIANA Mcichnnilisc to the amount 5 ordered BY MAIL from THE MAMMOTH This is our ofler to people who want to trade at LOUIS VILLES GREATEST STORE Wc give then every advant age they could get by walking right into the store and taking the goods out with them MORE THAN THAT Wc tcml goods C O D with privilege of examination before taking in of n Â¬ CLOTHING flUH SHOES HATS AND FURNISHING GOODS The VERY best of everything in all of these lines at prices 25 to 40 per Cent lower than any other Louisville house can make Watch the Louisville papers for our specials Order them quickly always stating WHEN and WHERE you saw the advertisement Return express will bring you the goods charges prepaid on 5 worth or over TO ANY POINT IN KENTUCKY OR INDIANA Send for catalogue and tiy It THE MAMMOTH on a Mail Older MONEY REFUNDED without question if goods aic not entirely satisfactory fences Mattio your Sweet face at the win dow last Monday eve did me good to gazo upon and I could almost taste your savory supper and feel tho pleasure of your enjoyable company but I was duty bound homeward We caught a glimpse of our worthy friends Messrs Will and Marcus Mat tingly last Saturday evening as they were leisurely plodding their way over near McDaniels Judging by their handsome appearance and particular inquiry thoy were expecting to favor somo of our cb young maids with a call When passing through our thriving little city McDaniels one cannot help admiring tho home of Miss Leila Cundlff beautified by the climbing roses that blossom by the door the bed of beau- Â¬ tiful and fragrant grass pinks blooming in the garden of Mrs Albina Cannon and the elegant cabbago patch of Mr Stevo Critchelow Lost Monday Maggie Rhodes accom panied by her brother Ken spent the day with her aunt Mrs Emily Rhodes near Kirk Mrs Rhodes has been a suffering invalid tho most of her life but during the lost four months the angel of death seems mora determined to claim her for his own and now the end ap-Â¬ pears very near indeed As we gaze on the pallid features of tho fond mother and loving wife we feel all sympathy for the surrounding loved ones made sad by the approach of broken ties yet when thinking of her well spent life retired by disease from a vain and sinful world always in the quiet sanctuary of her home we feel her passage from this life into eternity will only be Out Into Into Out Out Into MAMMOTH Kleinhans Simonson RHODELIA Base ball is the order of the day SHOE AND CLOTHING CO Louisville Ky 424 to 434 West MARKET - wi BALL TOWN 25 20 Fred Frank is suffering witli a boil Wo aro having Borne warm weather Miss Lulu Brickey is on tho sick list Miss Euola Furrow visited lather Frank Sunday W L Frank called on his uncle S C Frank Sunday Miss Ada Brickey is visiting Miss Docia Bates this week Fred Frank says he is going ti leavo his bushes for shado trees Mr Furrow and family visited Mr C B Fate and family Sunday Master Damon Beavin is tho guest of his grand mother Mrs Sam Taul Mrs Leticia Brickey has been visiting her son Wm Brickey tho past w eek Brother Duncan filled his regular appointment at Fisgah Saturday and Sun Â¬ day Dud Baum went to Fisgah got sick and could only get to Tom Brickoys on his way home Â¬ Jesus here admits that the civil gov Â¬ ernments of the gentiles exercise domin Â¬ ion and authority but it shall not be so among you Mark tho shall not More Anon Bamiuob Ghost If not now is the Are you insured time to provide yoursolf and family with a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as an insurance against any serious results from an at Â¬ tack of bowel complaint during the summer months It is almost certain to be needed and should be procured at once No other remedy can take its place or do its work 25 and 50 cent bottles for salo by A It Fisher Clover port Ky and Kincheloe Meador Co Hardlnsburg Ky If You v ThV RAYMOND Mr WillloT Allen visitel Miss Cora Happy days and restful nights result Tired Natures Sweet Restorer from using Ayers Sareaparilla It so regulates all tho bodily functions and INSOMNIA CONSTIPATION AND strengthens tho nervous system that RHEUMATISM worry and fatigue aro comparatively un- Â¬ and life is truly enjoyed It is known -- CURED WITH Tlin certainly a most wonderful medicine Oneis for 81000 The Weekly Courier Journal has an nounced another of its popular guessing contests taking tho temperature at Louisville during tho month of August as the basis Ono thousand dollars in cash will bo given free as presents to tho now or old renewing subscribers who guess the hottest day at Louisville during August and give the closest guess to tho highest temperature tho Weather Bureau thermometer will reach on that day Tho subscription prico of the Weekly Courior Journal is fl a year Each guess must bo accompanied by ono year- Â¬ ly subscription No newspaper publish Â¬ ed in the United States has been so liberal to its subscribers or has offered such liberal prizes to secure new sub Bcrlbere as the Courier Journal During tho past eighteen months it has given away in presents absolutoly free 17400 in money not to mention such premium articles as sewing machines watches guns etc This in spite of the business depression that is felt as much or nioro in newspaper offices than in any other business The Weekly Courier Journal has just announced the lucky gucssorsin Its May rainfall contest There wore 222 of theso guessers distributed over the States of Alabama Arkansas Kentucky Texas Tennessee Mississippi Indiana Virginia Missouri Louisiana Illinois Iowa Ohio Pennsylvania Nebraska Indian Territory Michigan South Caro- Â¬ lina South Dakota West Virginia New York California Florida Washington and Oklahoma No better indicator of the circulation of the Weekly Courier Journal could be had than this list Sample copies of the paper with full de tail and blank may be had by sending a request on a postal card AddreM Weekly Courier Journal Louisville Ky The eon test elosea July 31st Â¬ Â¬ ELEGTROPOISE I am delighted witli tho Electropoiso It has cured mo of rheumatism insomnia and constipation Have also found it ef Â¬ fective in croup and bilious colic Noth ing would tempt mo to part with tho lit- Â¬ tle instrument I sometimes call it tired Â¬ Often when tired after some unusual exertion I use it for an hour and feel afterward as though I had takitn a tonic Yours truly Mrs FRANK IOCKETT Henderson Ky -- natures sweet restorer st vituFdance m Tho Electropoiso makes the patient dance for joy that this annoying and serious disease has been cured Mp little girl had an attack of St Vitus Dancu last year and by careful attention and medical treatment was relieved still her health was not good and tho attack Wo gave the returned this spring Electropoiso a trial and it gave her great benefit curing her quickly and her health is hotter than usual Wo are very much pleased with its effects Mr A It Jones and his wifo have received great bouofit from the uso of the Electropoiso Yours truly 0 II MUllIIlY Madisonvllle Ky A poise GREATFUTURE From what I havo seen of the Electro I think it a good thing and am sure It has a great future J D ItEEVES Owensboro Ky For a abort while only the Electro poise will be routed for two months for 600 For particulars address Or Prk CrMm Baking PewtUr fab- HJf kMt - DuBois SOI WHI Awsvr t Fttrth Aw LMlivtfJft Ky Webb Hendry Sunday Miss Jnnio Hendry still prefers Steele to any other metal Mr Nick Mercer was tho guest of Misa Janle Hendry Sunday Mr Henry Coshman was tho guest of Miss Katio Hall Sunday Mr aud Mrs Tom Fayno visited Mr and Mrs J F Claycomb Sunday Mr J W Board of Holt visited this neighborhood Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs C M McGlothlan of Union Star attended church hero Sun- Â¬ day Mr New so in Gardner was the guest of Miss Ella Stith at Mr Len Cashmans Sunday Bro Wood of Louisville preached an excellent sermon here Sunday to a large congregation Mr Henry Head visited his sister Mrs Frank Claycomb last week who has been on the sick list MlBsea Nettle Cashmarf and Ella Stith of Hardinsburg visited Mrs Len Cash man Saturday und Sunday Miss Cora Hendry has gotten over her wlldness and would bo Mercerful but thoro Is a Will in the way Misses Mattio and Elite French Kittle Basham Bettlo Pay no und Messrs Tom Robertson and Wesley Hunter visited Miss Nellio Shaw Sunday Mr Jerry Basham and Miss Carrie Pollock eloped and went to Cannolton Wednesday and were married We wish them a long life and much happiness Mr Charlie AdkiBgon of New Bethel will teach the fall school at this place Mr Charlie is an excellent teacher and we aro fortunate in getting hlra to teach Items of interest aro so scarce in this neighborhood that I had given up the idea of writing to tho Naws any more but oa the sun is shining bo bright and everything looks so fresh and summer liko I will try to wrilo a few Items to my favorite paper Mrs Mattio Mercer Mrs Addle Parr and Mrs Maggie Coshman went straw berry hunting one evening last week and came back just tired to death as they expressed it They say they were all over Meade and Breckenridge and didnt get the bottoms of these long tin buck eta covered of the shadows of sadness the sunshine ofglsdness the light ol the blest of a land very dreary ot a world very weary the rapture ol rest Out of a life ever mournful Out of a land very lornful Where In bleak exile we roam Into a Joy land above us Where theies a Father to love us Sweet Home Into our home Fifty cents is a small doctor bill but that is all it will cost you to cure any ordinary case of rheumatism if you use Chamberlains Pain Balm Try it and you will be surprised at tho prompt re Â¬ lief it affords Tho first application will quiet the pain 50 cent bottles for sale by A R Fisher Clovcrport Ky and Kincheloe Meador Co Hardinsburg Ky COOL SPRING Farmers aro vory busy now Wheat is very good in this section Wo aro needing rain in this neighbor hood Wake up West View let us hear from you Soveraltook in the picnic at Center View Saturday Mr J5 II Pile wont to Hardinsburg Wednesday on business Thero was church at Antioch Sunday sermon by Rev B A Cundlff Most all of the tobacco planters in this section aro through planting Siroccos hat is right admirable but the man is more admirable than the Miss Ellon OBryan is visiting in Moo loyville this week Miss Emma Manning was visiting in our midst Sunday Mrs Jennie Stiff was the guest of Mrs John Ray Tuesday Miss Emma Vessels was the guest of Mrs G G Barr Vednesday ovening Mr William Vessels and wife visited their daughter Mrs Old Barr Wednes- Â¬ day Miss Eva Roberts was the guest of her grand ma near Shiloh Saturday and Sunday Mr John Burch one of our charming young men started to the Hardinsburg school Monday Miss Helen Pollock of Guston was tho guest of Misa Mary MannlngSunday Mary returned home with her where she will spend several weeks Quite a crowd attended tho party at Mrs Miranda Roberts Saturday night In tho number wero Tom Rhodes and his best girl Alt report a splendid time Messers Joe Fackler Gus Hardesty and Neff Smith Paynesville attended church at Flint liland Sunday Gus and NelT wont to the pase ball in the evening but Joe said he was tired of base ball and he preferred staying with his best girl as he lives so far away he can not call yery often Messrs Edwin Eagert Gabo OBryan and John Raymonds family wero the guests of Mr and Mrs It A OBryan We imagine they will call Sunday again soon as on entering the dining room what should meet their eyes but a big fat hen and a bottle of delicious Chenault liquor Some of the farmers of this vicinity are aiming to set tobacco though tobac-Â¬ co plants seem to be an object as Mr Sam Hardestys fine bed was entirely stripped of plants last Tuesday nlghtand they are hot in pursuit of the thief Sam says if they dont catch him the dovli will Â¬ Want the For Your Highest Market Price to buy your 0r Produce and want Goods at Rock Bottom Prices Call on h U C E BRYANT GUSTON KY HILL GROVE Mrs R N Simpson visited Mrs Board lost Wednesday Essie Mottle says there is no such word as fall then Wilber why despair Mrs A M Simpson spent last Friday with her sister Mrs W P Shumate Messrs Pave Shocklett and Max Wil- Â¬ led attended church at Ekron Sunday Mr and Mrs J E Jordan and little ones of Ekron visited his mother Mrs Rachel Jordan Sunday Mr Wilbur Shumate called at Grove Call again House Sunday evening Wilbur you are always welcome Mr Allen Stith oneof Meadecountys brightest and most intelligent young men has returned home from Hardlns burg at which place he has been attend Â¬ ing college After a few days sojourn with friends in this vicinity P T Noel has taken his departure for Hardinsburg to resume studying in order to do justice to the July examination We learn at this writing that Miss Anna Board Is quite 111 but hope era many days have passed she may be re restored to that most precious blessing in life perfect health Saturday evening Misa Anna Barnes gave to her many friends a delightful entertainment in honor of her unele Mr Ben Barnes After the company had assembled they were treated to ex- Â¬ cellent music by her uncle whom as a violinist cannot be excelled WK WONDEn What attraction there is at Flint Is land for Mr Ora Barger Why Roland Elder stays so close at borne Who sent him that threo headed Val entine last tebruray Why Owen OsUafnes cat thinks he Is an old maid How Ed Kroush felt the morning after the croquet party at Mr Tom Bargers Why the boys never came back that night How the boys came to lose track of the hat social that night Mr F R Glasscocks house burned to Why Joe Hardesty is wen so often the ground Monday morning at eleven passing through our vleialty oclock BEWLEYVILLE What John Cart thiaks about It Messrs E E Glasscock I L Milner s 4dlea with bohm Why some oae Miss Anna Johnson Is visiting her and Joe T Bradley dlaed at Robt girls Ittatix tar it matters net te bin grand mother near Custer Glasscocks Sunday bow dark U the road nor bow often he Misa Maggie Paul Uk Thursday for an Rev B A Cundlff and daughter Mjs goes sxtonded yiait to relatival In Ofalo Leila dined at Mr Xnbatt GltvtMoeka Uomm hut MIm Leah Payne AlMMMsVatwl Bunday alao Ufa If ywt Mad ft MM doat ail to I Monday frow a visit to HattnUirg aMMsgta Uswa vary mm VMm Mr Ernest Hurdaway of Louisville visited his parents of this place lust Sun Â¬ day Misses Vic Piiyno and Ida Shumate are visiting at tho Falls of Rough this week Mr and Mrs W J Piggott of Hard Â¬ lnsburg have been visiting relatives in this vicinity Mr and Mrs M P Payno aud daught Â¬ er Miss Leah paid a flying visit to Brandenburg Friday Several of the young peoplo aro ex Â¬ pecting to attend tho commencement nt Vino Grove this week Why is it our boys like to go to Brand Â¬ enburg It seems like there is somo very strong attraction What is It boys Misses Mattle Leo Moorman and Em roa Dee McGeheo of Brandenburg paid Miss Lena Drury a pleasant visit hist week Miss Florence Cain who has been at Â¬ tending the Hardinsburg Normal cama home Monday Glad to seo you back again Miss Florenco r- - is- - For Sale Trotting Bred Stallioa I-- in uiyiicsi Hinder at pm llu Is a bay o W Hnd -- by berdeen ha bv l his Dam by Uxlnvton Chief JOK lllANii June 5th ity i10 IrvlnxtonJu pthata Fb telEKiu uu rhewri Ate Ulk irnllini FAT PEOPLE tAic Ohbsitv PiLLt will rcdiK your wsWbl IKKMANiNTlY from u to u a wml M 8TAHV1S0 Ickneis or laiVry t IJC1TY Thsy build up tho health and ly the complexion leaving NO WKlNKLIUt i- lZ3 - bresthlBjr surely relieved no EX PfcHlMIUCT but a Kientlitc and positive relief fter years of esperlerite All orders suoolUd f three pMs et for Ujoo by mall postuifa Jn rttntd All CrrpW TAK ttkUIT Sritly Confidential CO lUtH Mitt ln