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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4lW-f--r - i1MriritKWr MIMIHW tov-t-- -t II lwV V A brgM af -- faJ-VVtt iWNNy y- - oyyfvv I t t THH BREGKElSfRIDGR Breckenridge Jno KJEXWS News nd HARDINSBURG L H McDANIELS PICNIC BRANDENBURG Jerome Yeakel Is visiting his father 001X0 WIST A Large Crowd Plenty to Eat Candi- Â¬ here WEDNESDAY JULY I 1801 Iaiienger Dally arr llardlniburR lJitl pm date Speaking and a Oeneral Brother Cheny pleached two 11 mi ootnn kakt ton Tt4i am PaMenger Dally arr Ilardlniliur Good Time HcrmoiiH last Sunday announce A nuthurUcil MUNT Mrs 11 0 Woodson and Mrs Geo as a Wit lirethe action oftocandidate for IICongressIn Meyer went to Iuissvllle Mon Â¬ the Democratic Party sunjcetto CitHperku hiiw Atnerlciis the Primary Klcctlonto be held on the 4th ilajr day What wiih Intended to 1m only it local ol August xH Miss Grace Allen of l oulsvlllc Is tho picnic at McDaniels last Saturday turned Hanin Mrs Dr announce DAVID lffE are anthorltrd Ilrtockrntidge county a Ita cock countyJ T Baker is visiting out to be quite n big allsir owing to its guest of Ml a Agin a Worland MUHllAYof candidate for Congress tubject to the action ol Mrs Abram Ditto of this pine has a extensive advertising The crowd was the Democratic Party In the Primary Election Miss Neda Beard has irturnrd from a largo and there wero pcoplo there from house full of summer boaiders to be held on the 4th day of August 1804 visit to Big Spring all sections of this county and from Mrs II 0 Rtwllngs hail n pleasant Tfe are aiithorlied to announce K KMcKAY y of Nelson county a candidal for Con No better evidence ns to tho sojourn In tho city notwithstanding tho Tho county candidates all spoke nt Grayson gress mihlect to the nrtlon of the Diinocrallc value of advertising in tho News can be torrid weather party in in e rrlmarr election to be held on the McDaniels last Saturday ay ath da of August iji MissMattlo Adkisson left last week given than tho gathering al tills picnic Miss Aurclla Drosta a pleasant young last Saturday for Chlckosha Indian Territory lady from Jouersonville is the guest of Tho management was not taken by Brother Cherry nnd wifo Miss Eliza Moorinan of South Carroll surprise however for they expected n ton is visiting Miss Irene Board This Is the day wo celebrate Miss Kate Flaherty pent last week big crowd and wero fully prepared to ac Â¬ Before which tho majority of riders bow Â¬ Miss Eliza Moorman South Carroll commodate It There was plenty to cat witli Miss Annie Bouduraut Miss An are the Ramblers and Victors and theres id visiting Miss Ireno Board Natural gas has been struck near ton Ky No ono nie entertained a number of friends last good reason for it too for in them are and that of the very best Ciawfordsville Ind Mr Georgo W Jollys daughter from knows how to get up a picnic dinner bet- Â¬ weok combined all tho desirable- features Owensboro Is visiting Mrs G P Jolly ter than Mrs William J Glasscock A soaking rain came in time to redeem known to modern devotee to cycling It Goon roads are the only salvation for Wheat a Ave some riders worship their wheels Mr James Meador who had his leg was the general expression of all who gardens pastures and crops Brcckcnrldgo county amputated somo time ago is not getting partook of tint dinner that it was tho fair average whats tho matter now 7 almost that 1b how much they are in The prico of course along well best they ever ate on a picnic ground love with the High Grades Caiut Richardson will handlo himself Miss Jennie Ditto has a position in tho It is The county candidates wero present Then wo have much cheaper ones to Miss Mary Pulliam Is quite sick all right on tho stump tho opinion of her physcian that sho has and spoke in tho afternoon Judge Mur- Â¬ asylum at Lexington Ky while Miss show ray Democratic nomlnco for County Lucy is clerking in a variety store Mrs Come to us and let us talk it over typhoid fever Tub coal miners havo most all returned Judge lead off and made one of the best Ditto is much better Yours for n ride Mc It is reported hero that Thomas to the mines to work in Ohio county of his life It was full of Dem- Â¬ Mr nnd Mrs Toomoy and daughter Cluro failed to give bond and Is now in speeches Ho told tho Democrats of that Miss Florence nre guests of Mrs Blanche ocracy Montoomkry newspapers are extrava Â¬ jail at Owensboro Bicyclo Dept if they will Fountainc Miss I ruin Gordan and a All kinds of Sundries to Min- Â¬ district some truths which Mrs W S Beard was called gantly eulogistic when speaking of but heed and study will do them good young lady friend will arrive shorlty eral Springs Ind last week by telegram McKay Tho Judge has faith in Mr Cleveland FROM I am in receipt of tho Hardinsburg BULLITT HEARD to see her husband and Mr Carlisle and has no patience Leader with Mr Frank Wade as local expert to witli The News is glad to see County Judge It is not necessary to bo an Democrats who aro setting up a editor and manager congratulations Adkisson waking up on tho subject of buy n musical instrument from us howl against them and tho leaders at hoping success may attend its wake The County Is for Murray Ico- good roads T C Lewis Co The banner of Demo- Â¬ Washington s to the Contrary Tho ladies of the Baptist Missionary People never find fault when satisfied cracy is safe in tbo hands of Judge Mur Â¬ Society will give a supper at Woodson The bill to admit New Mexico Notwithstanding Nobody who buys a prico of jewelry ray and is sure to bo planted victoriously Hall Friday evening July flth Every Â¬ a State has passed the Lower hotiso Co over complains in November from T 0 Lewis body cordially invited and a pleasant Congress Capt Alii followed Sir Murray Ho Look around before you como here Shepiierdsvilie Ky Juno I0 18SM time guaranteed the more you look tho better youll bo merely announced his candidacy as the Editor News Sir Whilo favorable A BociuiBT doesnt want anything he Fred DHuy Jrof CloverKrt returned reports are coming in froai Hardin pleased when you reach us T C Ihjw Republican nominee for County Judge must work for but he docs want what is Co your Jewelers Judge Board and Cnrlt Richardson witli Miss Ella Dowden last week to re Â¬ Washington Nelson Grayson LaRue otiier people work for main for a stay Miss Ella has had a and other counties let not tho Demo Â¬ We dont mean to pose as philanthro- Â¬ both made short speeches They said in protracted visit to Cloverport and reports as anxious to savo tlie absence of ther opponents it was not crats of Breckenridge think that the tro Â¬ pists but wore just u charming time Tut information comes through the Â¬ The Salt pic of Bullitt aro asleep you money as you aro to save it T C necessary for them to make any extend most reliablo sources that Montgomery Miss Maggio Green of Ixniisvllle ed remarks River Tigers are very much awake as Iewis it Co your jeweler cant carry Hardin county V B Burton was present nml said spent tho past week with Mr and Mrs Montgomery and McKay will find out to Tim IlardiiiBburg nine got licked by that he was just hack from Lebanon Albert Johnson and is now in Ekion to their sorrow McKays candidacy is team last Satutday It whero ho had been attending the Re Â¬ seu Miss Mollio Board Alex Green is Tiik Supremo Court of tho State will tho Cloverport bound to weaken Montgomery and any expire by limitation on January 1 next was a poor gamo all around Neither publican convention and ho wanted to hero for a stay with old friends other great leader except Ben Johnson sido played ball worth a cent Three Judges will bo retired say to the people of his native county A handsomo stone now marks the tho internal revenue iceberg could have Mrs Wm II Bell formerly of this Marion Murray Bill Coiiinh of Owensboro can start county died at Ijbanon Ky last week that Dave anywhere would carry to 1200 resting placo of Brother I D Dowden seen that much at a glance But wrap Â¬ from 00 county It was erected by tho different churches ped in his impenetrable cloak of conceit more circuses and then go broke than Her remains wero brought here and in- Â¬ majority Ho said he was no Democrat of which he was pastor at tho time of and selfishness and borno onward by Bill Sterett of Hawcsville can news terred in tho Weatherford grave yard and he know there was no chance for a his death and was executed and designed his unscrupulous political ambition ho papers The Populists held a meeting at Pleas- Â¬ Republican to bo sent from tho Fourth by Mr John Howard eeoiBB blind to the fact that his avaricious That Davo Murray was his Col Edwin Forbes is writing some ant Grovo last Saturday and elected tho district Mr J Al Smith a commercial traveler greed will finally overthrow the Demo- Â¬ interesting letters to tho Fordsvillo Star following delegates to tho District Con- Â¬ friend and countyman and he felt a well and kindly known here died last cratic party in this district If the know- Â¬ R S Ban- Â¬ personal interest in his behalf He urged on his recent trip through Breckenridge vention at Elizabethtown Saturday in Louisville Mr Smith was ing ones know Davo Murray will carry county dy Georgo Morris Riley Dowell and Ills home people to stand by him He a lino amateur violinist and tho father Bullitt county by n small majority A thought f i oin what ho had heard in the of Master Georgo Smith the musical B Montgomery E E McKay and Ben James Ilerrington How long sinco ypu read the Declara Â¬ Miss Mary Allen Louisville arrived upper end of the District that his chances prodigy Johnson to the contrary notwithstanding tion of Independence If you are not hero last week and is stopping with Mrs wero good for the nomination Ho urged Cold blooded bossism is dead in Bullitt Miss Jennie Hardin joined acavo party familiar with tho document read up on V Daniel Miss Allen came to open a his home people to come out as one man Just why Mr McKay is making tho race whilo at Irvington to visit a subterrait to day Klndergarden school Ono evening last and support him With a big voto at see unless as your Elizabeth nean resort on Mrs Richard Herndons no one can of homo he thought his election sure ho is seeking to The Populists will hold 11 mass meet Â¬ week sho gave a talk to tho mothers farm She reports soveral different town correspondent Bays Following this announcement Mr Mr McKay is a injure Mr Murray ing at Hardinsburg tho third Monday the town on tho subject and those who Â¬ im Â¬ Burton took occasion to roast the Demo- Â¬ apartments with stalactites and stalag good lawyer but not as popular as his in July That looks like they want to were present wero very favorably perfect and beautiful as Mam- Â¬ with tho system Sho has se Â¬ cratic party for their actions in Congress mites as pressed would havo us believe Tho get into tlo light again moth or Wyandotte A merry time and trainer cured enough schollars to begin tho and n failure as ho claimed to carry out idea of his being nominated is out of the an elegant lunch sum up the verdict Murray lias a good followingin Meade school any part of their Chicago platform Mr question Mr Johnson can control the Read Rev Cherry on cigarette smoking county His friends say ho will carry Mr Jolly Meador died at his residence Burton got loaded we think up at Le Â¬ Read and reflect that with all of his men undor his management but things tho county whilo Montgomerys friends in this place Saturday evening after a banon and took advantage of the occasion when he eeoks to concrol earnestness that with the portrayal of are different claim it is two to one for him freo and independent voters Our votors Mr Meador was thirty to let it off long illness all those pen pictures the half of the McDaniels is tho headquarters for the remember the timo years of ago and leaves a wifo and evil consequences cannot be told Boys The Executive Committee of the Ken- Â¬ four When Itussla bowed beneath the yoKe one child Ho came here soveral years Populists in this county It is the only if you will be slaves put yourselves in tucky Leaguo of Democratic clnbs havo And Austria bent and 1rutsla broke ago and entered as a clerk in tho drug precinct in the county whero they seem chains and bondage let tho fetters bo decided to hold tho next Stato Convenbut they are not longing for a repetition Beeler Subse- Â¬ to bo alive and are keeping up their or- Â¬ the lesser evil cigars yes a pipe if you with Beard tion at Lexington Ky some time in business Let the sturdy yeomanry of old Breck- Â¬ W T Cannon the Mr quently ho formed a partnership with J ganization please anything but tho deadly poisonenridge and other counties in tho lower September A Witt which continued until his leader says they will not put out a coun- Â¬ ous cigarette end of tho Fourth unlto and when the Every American can rejoice to day in death Mr Meador was a good young ty ticket and will voto as they please be Â¬ Is an smoke clears away Hon D R Murray How shall I spend tho Fourth Ho has it in his own particular way It is the Fourth business man and popular in the com- Â¬ tween tho two old parties Warm absorbing question juet now A big will bo our standard bearer He came hero from Long Lick for Capt Alii for County Judge and all of July and tho American eaelo still Hops munity picnic at Sulphur Springs will attract tho friends will guard his interests in Bullitt He an- Â¬ his wiugsand crows over a great country this county where his fathers family Judge Board for Attorney gayest A quiet day down at tho old and all political schemes will be exposed resided Tho funeral took place Sunday nounces publicly that tho Populist voto and a free people Many of our best men lnivo declared for will be cast against these gentlemen if mill is tho program for others while an evening under tho Masonic order Mr Montgomery is in Washington with it Mr Can- Â¬ excursion is billed for the lovers of such Murray simply because they like to see ho has any influence fair play Hows This I and gives it out through his friends that non has an old grudge against these men attractions A fow will content them Murrays friends will work hard to ho will not como into tho district until Wo offer One Hundred Dollars reward and ho says now is his time to get even selves at home read the Declaration of and meditate upon the havo him hero at tho July term of our Independence Congress adjourns If it holds on till for any case of Catarrh that cannot be Thero is more politics in tho McDaniels County Court and if he comes tho pill August ho will stay with it cured by Halls Catarrh Cure district than any placo we havo yet glorious thought of independence and liberty Tho lesson for tho day any Â¬ tlcal situation will undergo a great Co Toledo 0 struck in tho county The populists aro F J Cheney The friends of Chapeze Watben think We tho undersigned havo known F doing most of tho talking Democrats where Is It Is not enough to sit down change In tho meantime let his friends he is too good a lawyer to fool his time J Cheney for tho last 15 years and bo to accomplish great organize and go to work fully determined aro quiet but they aro at work all tho and remain inert And in doing away with a Stato office Tho News liovo him perfectly honorable in all bus- Â¬ untiring perse- Â¬ to secure his nomination will carry tho results wo must possess same and claim that they advice to Mr Wathon is to let politics iness transactions and financially able to verance and notwithstanding tho long this tho Voters of the Fourtli will admin Â¬ district by an Increased majority in severely alono and stick to tho law stretch of years our freedom still blooms ister a lasting rebuke to petty bossism carry out any obligations made by tholr November soilless ambition A century a crushing defeat to as a single summer day There are about four Kentucky Con- Â¬ firm Fight for Murray and political Independ- Â¬ West it Truax Wholesale Druggists Short Talks With Well known People full blossomed on the stem of tiine gressmen and no less than three Indiana ence J R A May we never say Peace farewell Mar Â¬ The wheat crop in my M Lydban Congressmen each claiming tho solo Toledo O Walmkci Kinnan but over havo truco with all nations and section is fine Tho yield will bo any Â¬ TEXAS CHANGES honor of getting tho appropriation vin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally where from fifteen to thirty bushels per truce with God for tho improvement of Navigation on find much interest Is being taken in I acting directly upon tho blood and aero It is clear of smut large plump Green river mucous surfaces of tho system Testi Â¬ grain and the Btraw bright and clean tho Montgomery Murray race Our General Manager J K McCrackon For tho benefit of tho many inquiring monials sent free Prico 7oc per bottlo and will tako tho placo of hay for feed Â¬ little burg has been the goal for numer- Â¬ Resigns His Office Having ous political conferences and our streets friends who wish to know where Davo Sold by all druggists ing My crop will bo between three and Boen Abolished tho place for notable consultations Murray is at wo will say that ho Ib four tHousand bushels between prominent citizens Numerous GUSTON advertised to speak to day at every J E Kino I had apieco of wheat on political hopes and aspirations are bud Fou picnic in tho Fourth Con- Â¬ J K McCracken General Manager of my place for which I would gladly havo ding no doubt in case our man makes tho Louisville St Louis Texas railroad gressional District taken a yield of ten bushels early in tho What a refreshing rain wo had lost the homo stretch The dally life of a has resigned and the office of General season It turned out 20 to tho acre week Hon A B Montgomery man Ik Judge M 1 Brownof Hopkinsvillo FtiADQK Carter Potatoes aro my office like he has filled icannot in an Manager has been abolished by Receiver W II Dowell was in Louisville on like havo Cox taking offect to day Mr McCrack- Â¬ is as honest as ho is handsome tho News going to raise season Im hobby this failed to possess much public interest en has for sometimo been thinking of is for him for Lieutenant Governor of business last week enough to supply tho town of Clover and at tho same time caused as much retiring from tho railroad business aid Kentucky Send us his picture brother Miss Ellen Munford returned from port comment nnd criticism for or agalnBt Meacham and woll let tho readers of Louisville Thursday devoting himself to the oil business Ho Was It Murder every act is carefully sifted and laid has for the past sixty days given somo of tho News take a look at him Â¬ Our boys are busily engaged in pick A co n pi o of negro women wero walking away to bo used as weapons of defense or his attention to the latter and he has at ing dewberries at present across the railroad bridge over Clover attack at the pending moment Some lost decided to go Into it altogether The Collego Edition of tho Georgetown The Tho glorious fourth of July Is at hand creek Monday evening with a small dog of our strongest and most influential men Times was an interesting and attractive scene of his new work will bo at For wo colobrato Whero shall When about midway hero are using said weapons for Mr Wayne Ind Mr McCrackon had been following them number of that good old sober paper It Miss Ida Shutnate called on Miss Rose the bridgo they were seen to push the Montgomery whilo others aro brandish- Â¬ was a splendid advertisement for one of General Manager since September 1800 He struck ing thorn for my friend Mr David R to which position ho was promoted from dog down between tho ties tho best colleges in tho State and tho Morris ono morning last week Charllo Bryants genial faco was seen tho hard ground near tho waters edge Murray a mo lei of healthy mind in a the ofiico of General Passenger and beautiful little city of Georgetown among us last Saturday and Sunday seventy feet below and never moyed healthy body of business industry and Freight Agent which ho had hold for A man two years Ho was instantly killed integrity of every civic virtue Judaic Murray made-- an excellent He was Jormerly Auditor Bring out your ico wator and palm afterward Who the cruel wenches wore could not of a distinguished family notable for and Freight and Passenger Agent of the speech over at McDaniels last Saturday leaf fans for wo are thirsty and warm brains and heart He is by far the Toledo Saginaw and Muskegon railroad It had Its effect too Tho boys drank it Rev Cullom of Louisville was the bo learned strongest man yet who has opposed in like an old fashioned Methodist roviv guest of the Misses Munford last week Mr McCrackeus resignation has caused Qood Days Bun A Judge Montgomery We his friends tho desorved promotion of two other al sorrnon Democracy like religion Mrs Fletcher and Overton Blanford Messrs Harry Roberts E N Rounds all regret that he entered the race at a 111 does the soul good whon it is dealt out took time when it will bo impossible for him o cow of the Louisville St Louis made a flying trip to Lonisvlllo last week and F T Rounds of Owensboro pure and simple Texas Taking effect to day A M Mc- Â¬ Messrs Thompson and Anderson ship Â¬ dinnor at tho Hoysor House Monday to make a thorough canvass of tho dis-Â¬ Cracken is General Superintendent and ped a car load of stock a piece last week They wore on their way on wheols to trict Let this be considered and ponder RIdgely Cayce assistant to the receiver Juixik Adkisson ought not to delay his Louisville whero they expect to enter his claim well before deciding for whom order calling tho Fiscal court togothor to Miss Mary Peyton of Falls of Rough The General Superintendent will have They ox- - youll vote adopt measures for tho improvement of will bo tho gucBt of Miss Ethel Adkisson the bicycle races to morrow full charge under the receiver of all de pected to suppor at West Point and go our roads If there is anything this this week partments of the companys business Lost a Pine Hone cool of the eve- Â¬ county needs it in good county roads Ed Smith who has been In Louisville into Louisville in the A Mr Bally had a tine stallion to die and all duties heretofore performed by ning Call the court together at onco Judge for tho past few months is at home for a of tho effects of tho severe warm weather the General Manager and Superinten Â¬ and let the good work proceed fow weoks A Good Woman Gone on tho streets of Cloverport last Friday dent will be performed by him Mr Â¬ Messrs Fletcher and Overton Blanford afternoon He had lead the horse from McCrackens position was that of SuperTjik Republicans of the Fourth Con Â¬ Mrs J F Claycomb nee Mary Head sltonded tho Masonic jubilee at Louis- died ut Iter home near Lodiburg last Garfield that day ami when he got here intendent gressional District assembled at Lebanou RIdgely Cayce lias heretofore been oar weok last Wednesday and nominated Hon ville last Tuesday tho 20th ult and was buried the animal could go no further but McDonald and Ovcretreet wero next day at Walnut Grove cemetery dropped on Wall street and expired accountant and General Mansger He Revs John W Lewis of Washington county is well known in railroad circles as mi Mr Lewis is probably tho tho guests of Goo J Nell and family Mrs Claycomb was a daughter of the withlu a few minutes He had gotten able railroad man Courier Journal for Congress ono day last week late Rev Wm Head and was an estim Â¬ too warm at Garfield the day before but beet man that the Republicans have and Mise Henry Cain is expecting her sla- Â¬ able christian lady The presence of Mr Dally thought that he had sufficient Â¬ Many Persons he will make as good a race as could be Art teokao down froa PTwwork or houfluM expected of any Republican The con Â¬ ter Mrs Parrett and Misses Thompson her cheerful happy face will be greatly ly recovered to be lead through to his Jlrowtta Iron Bltura The hone was vention wm the largest the Republicans and Cain of Sumptor 8 0 to spend the missed among her relatives and many home at Hawtwville wortli About mo friends summer with her ever held In the district D4 V 0 Bribtg Editor ProprUtn W TIME TABLE GLOYERPORT KY THE WHEEL li conuis lo Â¬ If ll 1 We mWHJBil llli L Advertise no baits they are mMtadlntf We bcllevo In plain luiria methods to give each and every patron t Tjiial valin SIX PAGES ID ONT to i B You think that is tho proper way for an honest rtliablu merchant What lasting advantage can a dealer attain who habitual- Â¬ ly deceives fnA - W Believe Us that wo handlo the finest grades of goods reliablo Mens Hoys and Childrens Shoes and wo always aim to be the Lowest in Prices SULZERS In Gents Furnishings wn handlo only reliablo Shirts Underwear Gloves Half Hose Ties Collars Culls Etc Deceptions Aro to frequently resorted to by some but we maintain our old honest methods that have stood tho test of thirty five years witli you and aro hero still Â¬ VESTS m m n Â¬ Ladies We have em in J C U Â¬ Â¬ 88b Just come at startling i FOOTWEAR The very swellest thing prices The celebrated Without laces and buttons Padam Bros Co PORTSMOUTH OHIO SOLD BY W H Bowmer STtPHEN8P0RT Mr Amos Boaid of Hardinsburg was in town Sunday Miss Lulu Mudd of Louisville spent a fiwdaysof lust week with Mrs F C Ferry Miss Cecil Raleigh of Louisville will spend tho summer with Mrs R A Smith Prof Wm Foster vice president of Hartford College was the guest of Miss Mosely last week 0 Walter Moeely of Washington D 0 is spending several weeks vacation with his parents Mrs Nora Lennin of Hardinsburg spent last week with her parents Mr and Mrs RASmith Mrs Dot Styles who has been very low with typhoid fever for soveral weeks we regret to say is no bettor Mrs J 0 Cunningham who lias been visiting relatives at Chenault has re- Â¬ turned home accompanied by her sister Miss Gertie Elder Rev Martin of Louisville and Rev Rutledge of Cloverport conducted ser-Â¬ vices at the Baptist church Sunday morning and night Rev A A Nilesthe baptist evangelist is conducting a series of meetings at the M E church He has ben greeted by large and attentive congaegationa SEASHORE Son SEA Â¬ THE GREATEST TRIP OF THE SON TO THE OLD POINT COMFORT AND THE 41 Â¬ In an abrasion test of vitrified brick held In Louisville last week the Acme brick stood first and the Patton second These are both Cloverport brick The test was tlie severest known and all other eotnpetiHg brick were eruslisd to pUaes The Host Enjoyment For the small est Expense The regular Annual Excursion to Old Point Comfort in charge of Mr W A Wilgus T P A will bo run Thursday July 20th via L St L 5 T and 0 0 Railways from Cloverport on regular train leaving at 1005 A Mconnecting with Seashore Special which leaves L N Union Station at 1 30 P M The round trip rato to Old Point Com Â¬ fort is only 15 and the tickets are good until August 17th with stop over priv Â¬ ileges returning only This trip surpasses any ofTered tho travoling public when you consider tho small expense and the many delightful diversions offered Grand and beauti- Â¬ ful scenery invigorating mountain air surf bathing ocean voyage palatial entertainment at the llygeia Hotel and a visit to the capital if desired Tho low rate of 250 per day has been secured at tho Hygela for all who go on the special Evory attention and court Â¬ esy will be extended to ladies without escorts Cholco of routes returning be Â¬ tween Richmond and Clifton Forge will be given euablelug those who desire to visit Lynchburg Natural Bridge and other points of interest Sleeping ear rates will be ft tor berth Louisville o Old Point to be oeeupie by one or two persons and pppllnaHan for sleeping oar spaee slwuW Im tnnrftt at once to W A WIIkms 3A8 PourU Street Lowkyilhi Ky For further par Â¬ ticulars address as above or eal on iynt w iw - I BftTt u a jMMtwsty Tirrr IBI i J n- VS - V HfTOHHflHHHHHMHraMHHHMHHHHMHHP9BHHHHHH jnjaTrPXTPTnaTa TVJI giWS GLOYRROH jviwjj w wfn - - j v r KY - THR BRRGKRNRIDGE NEWS GLOYRRPORT KY GETTINGJHERE 3 HILL July Monday5 VfoKsjW Q 2330 TvEW HJ6 ww I 8 15 2229 Qjfera Pix IylPi Dave Murray Will Carry the Upper End of tho District hy Largo Majorities ILL 16 6 13 5 ThudaY FripaY 20 27 fowprf 1 5 new moon 3b OHSMMR ma moon lip 5h 3MF3 lS iwJSJiW rrKi V nlPl MPTil Everywhere Ho Goes He is Ro coivod With Rounds of EnthuÂ¬ siastic Applauso NOTES FROM THE PRESS iAiuiKiY aiiiai i lion David it Mutray lias been mak Â¬ ing n hurried canvass in our county dur Â¬ ing the last week and has by the speeches ho has made shown himself to bo a man of ability and culture As between tho two candidates now on tho track hu 1b unquestionably largely ahead in this county If tho election was to come off to day his majoalty would bo somewhere lielwcen 00 and MX Tho Marion lal eon two to ONK Hon David It Murray spoke alSpting field Monday to a largo crowd The opinion is that he will carry Washington county from 300 to 100 majority and re- Â¬ liable news comes fiom Taylor that ho will carry that county two to ono over Montgomery Tho Marion Falcon A ltKSI ONSIVK C IIOUI Breckenridge WKHNEFDAY JULY News 4 1891 BEARING FRUIT is worthless in the way of general hap piness than tho life of tho humblest artisan who has mndo the most of his environment and tho best of himself Tho object of religion then is to draw out your liner qualities and that is inot elTectiveiy donn by giving you ideas Â¬ V Which of the Many Systems of of Religion Now Prevailing Will Suit You Best A Christian Civilization With all its Faults Is Tho Highest Yet Known T I I fTilODUCES THE BEST EESULTS lirlngeth forth The truth of the Gospel fruit CoIIoisIimb I i 5 6 i si t r Of - ei i TlWSXk l a- - - All m J - r Every Ireo tliut was designed to bo fruit bearing will accomplish its mission but in its wild atnto it will produce very poor fruit It may be n beautiful symmetrical and vigorous tree but the apples or peara which load its branches are quite useless for domestic purposes The intelligent farmer recognizes the fact that he can change the character of liis wild trees and force them to produce something of marketable value In tho course of a few years he can go altar the complexion of aflairs that ho will have a He may possibly profitable orchard throw a fow bushels of compost about tho roots in order to give them n bettor opportunityor in the lauguage of mod furnish them with a ern psychology new environment but something more Is necessary The roots are perfectly will- Â¬ ing to do their proper work and tho sap runs through the ordained channels with freedom and avidity but the apples uro still poor and small and bitter Then he purchases at somo nursery a number of slips from a famous kind of fruit bearer whose apples are rosy and largo and luscious With his knife ho lops oil tho branches of his wild apple tree close to tho trunk and grafts there- Â¬ on thcso purchased slips The roots of the wild tree do not object to tho change for they send tho sap to heal the wound and seem to bo proud that the substitution has been made In good timo tho useless wild apple tree heroines the king of tho orchard and its fruit repays tho farmer for all his troublo Human nature is also wild Left to Itself unchecked by restraints unim pelled by lofty aspirations it Is vigorous and In many respects admirable but it does not produco the beat results of which it is capablo Man has an unmeasured if not an im- mersurable capacity forself dovolpment and it may be true for aught we know that with time enough he inightgradual- ly evolve into a philosopher and a saint but it is also true that by furnishing him with certain Ideas and hopes and motives you can glvo him at once what it would requiro ages to acquire In liko manner it may bo possible for tho wild apple tree to change its character and by slow improvement pioduco tho kind of fruit which the farmer forces it to bear in threo or four years by the process of grafting Now religion supplies us with the in etmtlves which are necessary to the best quality of manhood It takes our caprices and passions und recklessness and srude ambitions in hand appeals first to tho brain and then to tho heart places be Â¬ fore us an ideal tells us wo are quite ablt to accomplish grejU things and of making our lives valuable to ourselves and to the community and then com mands us to light tho good light llko a ebevalier without fear and without re pwrteh The man who is not conscious of an obligation to leave something bettor in th world at his death than was to bo ohhU thwre at his birth does not under itaiul the highest purpose of life Every ettVsywun and example and character oujtiit to count for something It may ba mow or it may be wt but it should A purely telrkh ift Im ouit hloK va when it la crowned with a kind o m Bucii aa weaun or n of itsahi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ moral principles and such convictions as will represent n noble present and a hopeful future for you must liavo a Say future In order to liavo a present whut you will a belief in immortality is necessary to a thoroughly developed and symmetrical soul Well which of the many systems of religion which prevail in different quar Â¬ ters of tho globe will serve you best Will you go to Buddhism for this divino impuls- or to Confucius or to Zoroaster or to Mohammed or to Christianity Kemember we liavo no prejudices either for or against any of theso movements Wo stand outsido of them all determin ed to judge with absolute Impartiality Wo look with a critical eye because very important interests are involved in our Wo have only ono rule to decision judge by and thatimist bo applied re- Â¬ lentlessly The rulo is this Whatover system of religious thought produces the best results is tho ono for us to adopt Wo shall not wait long before reach Â¬ ing a conclusion A Christian civilization with all its faults is tho highest yet known a Christian opinion is tho fairest and most just a Christian man Â¬ hood Is closest to tho ideal Theso facts are indisputable Throw your mere creeds to tho winds for thoy aro a snaro and a confusion Thoy have dono moru harm than good You have no uso for them and thoy aro only an Impediment Hut take the words of the Teacher and incorporate them into your life 1egin with that love for your kind which makes every sufferer your neighbor convinco your- Â¬ self that there is a meaning in all tho events of lifo and that a kindly Provi- Â¬ dence would overrulo them for your good look forward to a lifo beyond in which loved ones will meet Theso truths aro all you need They will mako you a good father citizen patroit friend and man A lifo based on them will bo tho best lifo that tho human mind can conceive Christianity rests solely on tho fact that It cau do moro for us and mako more of us than any other religion known to man There is no mystery in it It helps us to llvo honestly and to die bravely therefore wo defend and sup Â¬ port it New York Herald Â¬ David It Murray candidato for Congress addressed a largo and enthu slatic crowd of our most representative citizens Saturday night After review- Â¬ ing the iictn of our present Congressmen and especially when they gavo such n black eye to tariff reform in supporting Crisp instead of Mills for Speaker lie gavo as lucid an account of true Democ- Â¬ racy pa t and present as it has been our pleasure to listen to in years Mr Mur- Â¬ rays remarks were frequently interupted by applaus which coming from a crowd of comparative strangers showed very plainly that ho had struck a responsive chord the vibrating of which would be felt in his favor on August 4th Now lion Haven Echo ruoiONiii AiTiAUHi Hon David It Murray Democratic candidate for Congress in this tho Uh District delivered an address here Mon Â¬ day to a large and cnthufiastic crowd His speech was woll delivered and to Ho handled the questions of the point dissatisfaction in tho Democratic ranks and tariff reform in a masterly way and when ho referred to tho defeat of Roger It Mills for Speaker of tho House his remarks elicited loud and prolonged ap Â¬ plause Springfield News Leader KAVWICK attended tho funerul of their aunt Mn Emily Rhodes tho 18th ult which took place from St Roinualds church liar dhiHUiug at 11 oclock after Requiem May her soul rest in peace iniuis News has just reached us that Miss Limlla Wheatley Is lying at tho point of death at her cousins Mrs Hue Newby Rock Lick Ky Luella is a dear sweet girl and we trust if it is Gods holy will she may ho left with us a while longer to gladden our hearts by her bright and smiling face and cheerful disposition It certainly will be a pleasure to tho Democrats of Breckenridge county to vote for their political brother Hon D It Murray Ho has always stayed with the boys in the hot political contests of past years helping them fight tho good light and aiding the Democratic party in many respects Besides that ho is a worthy gentleman well fitted for tho halls of Congress His noble heart and nature always seemed to hold forth for his fellow man just what the puro and honest old Democratic partywhich Dave would llvo and die for holds out to tho people Equal rights to all exclusivo priveleges to none Democrats show your county pildo tho Uh of August Hardin or any other county cant send out a better man than Dave Murray Have you all ever heard Hilly Rhodes One morning mysterious fish story bright and early ho buckled on his hunt- Â¬ ing pouch and slincing his fowling piece over his shoulder started out to enjoy his favorite sport squirrel hunting He wandered on and on for somo timo be fore ho came across anything upon which he felt llko exhibiting his markmanship At last ho entered Into the heart of a thick forreft known as Tanners bend when suddenly a very strange noiso attracted his attention At first it appeared to bo on the ground but on closo inspect- Â¬ ion ho found it to be up in n tree With great nerve something llko that of lluirtlo Bill he pointed his rillu in tho direction from whence the noiso pro ceeded and fired tho fatal shot A hitter and a rustle of leaves and a thump aud there lay his victim what appeared to him to bo an enormous catfish There Ho had known ho stood In amazement the art of fishing all his life went gigging seining and trapping but never before had he captured a fish up a tree A repeated succession of thought and he must solvo tho mystery Up in the treo ho went and what do you suppose ho found A mother crane witli her nest of young Now ho knew how his cat fish got up the tree carried there by tho old blue crano to feed her young brood Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GROVE Thurs Â¬ iEaSKIRlgl ragstew ixilnlnril In lliij Fiinnerxby The Nmv Yurkrr I S Shacklett wont to Ekron HELPLESS INVALID About 18 months or two yours ago my wifes health gavo way and the grow stoadily worso Sho oould Dot retain icarcoly anything she ate and tho oase finally assumed tho worst form of DYSPEPSIA and CHRONIC DIARRHOEA bMgM Itural WHY IT PAYS TO GROW CLOVEH GOING UP ThePricoof Tobacco Took a Decided Upward Tendenoy During Last Week The features of tho market this week have been the largo receipts and offer iugs the increased proportion of good and firm Hurley leaf tho active competition and high prices obtained There wore probably moro hogsheads reached 20 and over this week than in any pre- Â¬ vious week this year Tho record for high prices or vi crop was also again broken 2450 was paid for a very flno hogshead of Scott counfy bright leaf Thoro wero several hogshead in the ship ment from Scott county which brought overS O The Ilrown Warehouse also mado an excellent salo of about eighty Hvo hogsheads Thursday Whilo there was nothing specially fancy to stimulate very high prices tho average for tho break was good and sellers wero well pleased Earlier in tho week tho Now Enterprise reached 2250 for ono hogs head and tho Farmers IIouso sold one for 23 Theso prices In the face of tho largo receipts and offerings Is very encouraging While tho most activo competition has been on tho bettor grades all grades have been strong and Bteady and we under stand tho percentage of rejections will bo low thus indicating that sellers aro satisfied Tho activity of the market must bo understood as apply Â¬ ing only to packages that open up sound and in a good order A very littlo soft Â¬ ness just now will knock off several bids Wo advance quotations 1 per hundred on medium good ana fine Burloy leaf Tho activity in tho Burley market has to some extent overshadowed the dark market This typo has ben quiet but steady and strong at quotations Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ is KOlt IIIM Â¬ Hon David Murray candidate for Con gress presents his claims to tho people here to day A careful inquiry convinces mo that this precinct will go for him Wliile Mr Montgomery lias raailo an able and painstaking representative the people think that ho has had tho place long enough Hero as elsewhere the people think that a now set at Washing- Â¬ ton may better tho financial condition of tho country Correspondent of tho Now Haven Echo It Is a fact that the roots of timothy ire about up long mid heavy ns those of rlover When timothy is cut for hay und permitted to grow np again tho occond growth to bo plowed under it will probably weigh qultuu littlo moro In rowen and roots than n clover crop treated In the samo way very nearly twlco as much iicconllng to experi Â¬ ments at tho Storrs Agricultural bchool It Is olso truo that clover dies out nt tho end of two yeais for tho aanio reason that oats wheat and ryo dio at tho end of ono year because they liavo lived to tho end of their lives and will not con Â¬ tinue to put up now blades mid stems from their roots year nfter year as tim- Â¬ othy does As to soiling prlmo timothy ranks far ulwvo clover in tho markets This Is not becauso It Is moro nutritious or heennso it contains moro actual food to tho ton hut because It is better suited to feed to hones You never hear of peoplo preferring timothy to clover for feeding cows sheep or nny other stock tlmt provido anything but work In return for their food Timothy Is peculiarly the hay for horses becauso it is tho best rough forngo to feed with tho big rations of grain theso animals receive It is also surer to seed cheap er to cut and euro and easier to hnmlln nnd will sell lor n greater prico per pound Why then should n hay farmer ralso clover at nil The chief reason is that It docs a work that timotliv nnvnr rnn do Floating nil about us In tho nlr are vast stores of nitrogen which liavo es caped from former combinations that hold It in u Rolid form Nitrogen can tako tho form of n solid or n gas liko Ico nnd steam Nitrate of coda for ox ample is a solid that looks much liko salt Heat this with a fierce heat nnd tho nitrogen in this nitrate would go nway in tho form of n gas nnd remain in tho air And so from our fires and from tho decay of plants and animals nitrogen escapes into tho nlr where it is lost so far ns most of our plants can mako uso of it unless It bo washed out of tho air by rains and snow This nitrogen is tho most valuablo of fertilizing substances Whou wo buy It in fertilizers it costs 17 cents n pound Tho chief reason why clover Is moro valuable than timothy Is that tho former can in somo way mako uso of thisfreo nitrogen In tho air whilo timothy can uso only tho nitrogen that is in tno son iiio timothy gives you back what you feed it whilo tho clovei not only does that but also brings back to the soil in a solid form n part of the nitrogen that hud previously gono away as a gas Your timothy makes you buy nitrogen for It whilo tho clover makes you n present of It By using crops or clover anu cneap phosphoric acid and potash you can keep up the fertility of your farm and coutinno to sell good crops Uy raising nothing but timothy you will liavo to buy nit Â¬ rogen in addition to tho other sub Â¬ stances Just look nt tho difference between a ton of clover and a tou of timothy Â¬ Â¬ day on business Mr Joseph Foushcu went to the city Tuesday on business Juito n crowd attended tho singing at tho church Thursday night There will be slnglngjat the church Thursday night by Irof Hicks Mrs It N Simpson spent n part of last week with her sister-in-laMrs J L Simpson GtiBton Rod Shacklotto and wife of Garrett visited his father and mother Mr and Mrs J G Shacklctte Sunday Mrs Bewley of Big Spring was in town last week as a solicitor for the school for her daughter Miss Essie Miss Raclile Shacklctte and your cor- Â¬ respondent spent tho day Wedensday with Mrs J II Shacklett near Garrett I learn while writing that Mr 1 F Noell is quite 111 but ItIs hoped that it will notdovclopo Into nny thing serious J E Jordan and family of Ekron Irof J L Simpson and family of Gus ton were the guests of Irs Rachel Jor- Â¬ dan Saturday and Sunday Miss Lilly Shacklett nnd Mr John limner wero tho guests of Misses Sallio and Wllla Shacklett Sunday also Kleb Smith Will Carrico Arvin nnd Strother Stith Mox AVlllett and Wilbur Shumate Once again I will try and give you a few Hushes from our little town for I no longer can resist thu temtatlon of writ- Â¬ ing but I feel almost perplexed as did Rip Van Winkle in making n feeblo at Â¬ tempt to give you tho news and liko poor Rip havo como to explain with a deep sigh It seems that my very dog has forgotten me but nevertheless I will put forth my best efforts and uso only tho talent God has given me for I feel tho timo spent in writing to vour japer is not lost but to tho contrary --rz Well spent 2U3ir w ffMisses LilHe Wllla and Sallio Shack letto in company with Messrs John Uruner Will Carrico and Arvin Stith had the blissful pleasure of having their respective futures revealed to them Sun day evening after which John Bruner walked homo with slow nnd measured steps and sad countenance thinking very seriously upon his Lillys future Wllla lingered in tho rear whilo Sallio and Arvin with a bold and daring courage stepped to tho front as neither of them care nothing for any one Arvin just making his debut wliile Sallio is on tho retired list Â¬ Â¬ and sho becamo a holploss inva- Â¬ lid At the age of 18 I had hor undor tho treatmont of a good physician but his efforts to re Â¬ lieve hor wore of no avail 80 after matters had continued thus for 8 or 10 months and my wifo had givon up to dio I took tho enso in my own hands and purchuscd a bottle of Dr Kings ROYAL OERMETUER bogan giving it to hor in water aa hot as sho could drink it boforo and aftor each nioul using a mild purgutive occasionally on retiring at night Suffice it to say in loss than a woek thoro was Sop A WONDERFUL CIlANOn a woll woninn Sho used nlto gothor possibly 4 or G bottlos In my opinion GERflETUIiR HAS NO EQUAL Harry L Watts Winona Miss could eat a littlo of any Â¬ thing sho dosircd nnd today is Mr Watte Is triTclnc saesman for II Zii- kerbler Co vrliolusile grocers New Orleans Kings Royal Oermetuer Co Atlanta Ua -- AS W0ELD IlVEo vers Jacob BIG Meyer euaLcL SPRING aie on 1 rfr-4-JM- n SARSAPARILLA ITEATS TOP X7JE32 Because niORslmcks old fogies nnd tlnur ways uro things of the ast Cirit push mid entvr jirino have taken their stund liecniiBo we meet the views of thP people in prices Iieciuisu wo Kvo them tho very best in quality Because we nive the most for tho Because Bijj Spring is the pinion spot of the world in bargains Becauso the public llmls every Â¬ thing ns represented Becauso Big Spring nnd Jncoh nnd Meyer nro the greatest town nnd firm in Breckenridge nnd Mendn counties Because with chenpness wo givo novelty nnd durability Becnuso every wholesale bouse in thu country seeks thu nd vantage of our Cnsh Advnnco System Because wo nro konwn nt hotno nntl through the country nnd l Timothy Clover allium summTKits David It Murray candidato for Con- Â¬ gress spoko at the Court House Saturday afternoon to a good audience nearly all all of whom wero plaiuly his supporters Ho made a cry good speech and was freely applauded JIo dwelt principally on tho failure of the Democratic party to carry out tho principles of its platform referied to tho defeat of Mills for speak Â¬ er as tho first blow to tariff reform and was severe upon our present Senators and Representatives for their dilatory methods of attending to tho public busi Â¬ ness libation Enterprise MCKAY A HACK NUMIIKH tV That shows you that timothy is mado to sell while clier is mado to feed and this differeuco in valtio also shows about thu difference tho two plants have in collecting nitrogen As to feeding value for nil animals but horses tho clover is of very much more value than the timothy and will make moro meat or milk pound for pound To sum np the reason why u hay farmer should grow clover is that this plant will gather nitrogen for him while with timothy alone sooner or later ho must buy nitrogen or feed his high priced timothy at u loss to mako ma- Â¬ nure Â¬ OUNIIS IN ONK TON Nltio- - 1lion lot- nrlil Ken 10 40 II 40 IVtf It nli Manurlal value 1117 IM BEST BLOOD PURIFIER in the world It cures Nervousness Dys pepsin Sick Headache Boils Tetter Scrofula ami every trouble arising from bad blood Try it and be sure to get Neats For sale by A R Â¬ least money FISHER Druggist Cloverport Ky PEEDY and LASTING RESULTS etn get thin tr JFATPEOPLEy CV No Inconvenience Simple f tJ Prlpo Hlooiier bottle Send 4c lor treatise rilKaiUNT MEDICAL CO IJoston Mtua LOUISVILLE thIR M from any injurious substance LIS3Z A2B0UZH3 EIEKID baa We GUARANTEE CURE or relund your moner appreciated everywhere Last but not Least Because wo have over 20P00 worth of clothing shoes dress goods carperts furniture wall paper gioreriee hard- Â¬ ware tinware saddlery China and glassware which we are putting now before the people nt nnd below cost to mnku room for our fall ntn winter MAKKET HEMS Purine In the United Statea In Memoriam Died at her homo near Hardlnsburg Breckenridge county Ky Mrs Hester A Miller wifo of John N Millor aged 50 years and -- 0 days She was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Win II Stith deceased Tho subject of our remarks was a christian lady a kind and affectionate wifo and mother and neighbor ami beloved by all who know her She was ever ready to lend a helping hand In sickness und distress Surely she will be greatly missed at home in the commu- Â¬ nity In which sho lived and in the church YELLOW LAKE Truly a good woman Is gono Weep not dear husband children and Mrs Frank Rhodes still eontlnnos very friends for her for she is basking in tho of eternal bliss around tho feeble and unwell sunbeams Little Mattlo Mattlngly la visiting rel- Â¬ Saviours throne in hravou singing atives at Mt Merino praises forover and ever She bath gone from tho triuli anil lorroni Mrs Mary Rhodes who last week was below on tho sick list is now convalescent To that where tbe riven of pleaiure do II iwj She bath gone from tho tiouLlei and trial of Miss Gtjorgeauna Lewis is spending earth poveral weeks with friends and relatives To thatreglm where Joji ererUitlug have at Hardiusburg birth She halb gone the bright region of bllit to Miss Mary Lewis of Kirk Bpent lost explore Whither Jmui ber ialour batb entered before Saturday and Sunday with her sister To the ellraet of bright glorr the oily of light Mrs F K Rhodes To tee brtied tuition of heavenly delight Our accomplished friend Miss Kate She llvu tn tho haven of bovn above Kehtanlng the atory of Jeaui kind love Glasscock has tho promise of the full She play the aweet amnio of that bleat abode school at Jurbers school house And ilugt hallelujah of prulies to ber Ood A Fill UN u Funners in this locality are almost through harvesting Tliu wheat crop promises to be a pretty good yield ELXCTJtOPOISE Mr John Rhodes and little daughters Two Montki Rest 1500 Julia and lula visited the family of Mr A limited number of iiwtruintnte will W T Cannon last Sunday afternoon be rented at this nouiUl price simply as What has become of our handsome Tou can net afford an advertisement We to miw this opportunity it Lias never young friend Mr Chester Rhodes made before and will not tat long hear he is sick but perhaps he Is staying Address at home playing Judy and PiuieU - at UewUere Louisville Ky Measn F K Ithodes aiH 1 WMmum Â¬ Â¬ Tho candidacy of E E McKay for Congress is certainly a joko as ho is a back number in politics and could not expect to run half as Well as ho used to do when ho always was beaten Mi McKay is certainly just having a little fuu with tho boys as he is to sensible a man to mako a fool of himself as to seriously bo a candidato would imply Mr McKay in his best running days was but a quarter horse and now when ho is tamo and stringhaltho wilt hardly under- Â¬ take to beat such thoroughbreds as Montgomery and Murray If ho does he will cither bo left at tho post or the dis Â¬ tance flag will bo waived in his face Ellzabcthtown News QUOTATIONS These quotations are for sound mer- Â¬ chantable packages If othorwiso prices range from 1 to lower DARK Trash uommon lugs Medium Good Good 1 00 U0 1 i i200 00 3 00 4 00 Common Leaf Medium 4 00 4 5i D 5 b0 7 00 6 00 C 60 7 00 8 00 According to the eleventh federal cen- Â¬ sus thcro aro in round numbers 4SG0 000 farms in tho United States con- Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY June 12 t894 trasted with 4008000 at tho opening of Shipper should mark all paokfcges plainly tho docado or a gain of 550000 In tho 10 with shippers name and post office address years Over 600000 now farms were BUTTER created but tho absorption of over 50 10 Ci 12 Choloe country 000 farms into larger ones in the New Medium U a 10 20 to 25 England and middle states and Illinois Creamery EGOS reduced the net gain to the number stat Â¬ 8 ed The gross gain in tho number of Fresh DEANS farms is about 20 per cent Tho decrease Michigan hand ptoked 1 76 to 1 85 1 00 to 1 84 was 557 per cent leaving a net gain of Indiana Navy 1 00 to 1 20 18J por cent In the number of farms in Old or Common and colored FEATIIEKS the United States for the 10 years 31 Tho increase In tho number of farms Prime white goese 23 58 Mixed at tho west and tho south is remarkable Old IS 20 The decline in numbers In tho Now Eng- Â¬ No 1 duok IS HIDES land and middle states whilo from nat- Â¬ S ural causes is decidedly noticeable In Oreeni ood 5 somo states tho decline is largely duo to Dry Salt good Dry flint good tho natural law of solection in others to Sheep skins 50 20 the great growth of towns and cities Root tors per lb 12f POULTRY to wostern emigration and tho fact that fl 6 larger farms have followed the increas Â¬ Hens per lb 1 00 1 25 Spring Chickens per doz ing ubo of labor saving implements DRIED APPLES AND PKACIIKS What Crop Statletloe Teach The crop statistics of today compared with tho reports of tho agricultural col Â¬ leges of thu west show that tho yield por aero in many of tho western states is less than it year ago Un thu other band thu yield is found to be larger in tho cast both as compared with thu west und that of 10 or 20 years ago The auso of this is obvious us is hint- Â¬ ed at by sovoral of tho receut bulletins Then are better tlllugo and cultivation iu tho east where land is expensive For- Â¬ merly tho west had virgin soil and good wheat crops could bo grown with- Â¬ out much cultivation Today this is not truo The soil has degouoratcd and the farmers of tho west are not making tho most of their farming lands Meaf urlng Corn In the Crib For western dent coin in a crib that flares both wuyj says Tho Prairie Farm- Â¬ er multiply the mean breadth by thu height of corn and again hy the length of tbe corn in tho crib Multiply this product by 03 for tho heaped bushels of ears or by 43 for the number of bushels of stalled corn estimating three heaping half bushtik of ears to the bushel of shelled corn Of course all rules for measuring grain of whatso Â¬ ever kind are approximate Imt near enough to enable tlie owner to know the quantity fairly of the grain CrMM Bahim Powder Dr Price ffWW eTVvOT Correctly weekly by Pumphrey Iaufer Pro duce Commission Merchants iio Second St bet Main and Market Ioulsvllle ky i goods tunity ns every nrtlclu in the house Is sold at great reduced llgurcs Cull nnd examine nnd hu convinced Dont miss tl 1 opjor Jacob Meyer These nro our Negligee Shirts Look Right Made Right Size Right Price Right 125 150 and 250 fl vjf- riuo Trash Common Lugs Mediun Lugs Good Lugs Common Leaf Medium Leaf Good f Fine Lent Ieaf Farmers Homo Journal AMONCI uumRY 2 50 1 CO 3 50 5 00 5 0OS 7 00 7 0010 00 0 0011 00 11 0015 00 15 001U 00 10 0024 50 RKCKNTSAlfcs Apples choice bright quarter Apples average Apples old Peaches new Peaches old WOOL Tub washed Orease fine Orease coarse Merino Durry and Cuts MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeswax Sorghum Molasses We quote price Hi Vi to to 5 4 to 20 14 12 12 i M t 200 - JNO D BABBAGE Notice Notice Is hereby given that tbe undersigned will tuaVe application to the Urtckeoridge Counts Court at Its July term 18V4 to change the publlo road leading from the Hardiusburg and Leltobfled road to MeDopUli Theonenge to begin at the oroeatag of the Rocky Branch and end at the old or present ruad at the corner of At 0 Glasscocks fence J W OtasMOok Clyde Illeks 3 SO Tho Falls City Warehouse sold of Brockcnridgo county common leaf lugs and trash at 1750 to 375 Tho Crescent Warehouso sold 0 hlul of Breckenridge county lugs and trash lthhd HAYdRAIN FEED OATS ui to day on Louisville olty 32 HAY 10 50 11 00 M 10 00 6A 30 wharfi No 1 oats at 1130 to 2 00 Strictly choice Choice No 2 Oood Medium flood Bright Straw- CORN holoe white Choice shelled Local Showers If you wunt to know how tho rains have been skipping about this summer ask Tom Graham of Casky Chris Ian county It is reported that one night last week a splendid rain fell at his house aud getting up early next morn Â¬ ing he drew a bountiful supply of tobacÂ¬ co planU aud started out to a distant field on the same plaoe to set the remain Â¬ der of his crop When he got there not enough rain had fallen to lay the dust Tom will look at the field before he diaws hla ulauts next time Farmers Hoom Journal 4 75 j J John 1 Oarner Ktebard Mortis W J MoDaalel CATTLE Oood to extra shipping- Light shipping - Best Butchers Medium to good butefaerf 11008 4 00 3 60 -- 3 40 S Have Your Work Don Right 1 00 I am now prepared to Jo Srt etaM wrk at hard time price in HrKklaleg aad rUstoil II you are golag to have aay work d hi my mm at IrtgWaKy line call o or aridr Fair to good Xeught Batata and pigs IM lb aud SHEEP Oeexi to extra afclepUg Fair to iw4 c Chlee packing and buteheri ub44 75 76 6 24 6 K l 64 AIHRRT SCHINMBH eU Mkdakd Grocery IIoum os t 8lfvtU la ireysoa HarMn Mead HtacAekVaWkM Keatvcky aiU patois ridge and Okia cottntie tfeael aaaan un the Air Uae M a I t4U with ea iublUe4 lfa Maewaraval liiuu a WANTED tSSSatZESSh eneysWe eOTeOTeeS eHel I lair to to aU setta 4 TT MUSI I 4 G 64 I Msf 4tt i A V -- pHpe K ytiiiti1 iiVvC -- ft i i wmmmMiw myKmmi v WgSafftWWWpWWWglfigg vf wsr 77 r x r - r yaBrvVyr sBKxttatxxxxxtxxtx TrcwfT- - PSfrfTO IJPfl1rtTr V tit H 111 4 not was it not likely that his zeal to win isaiiei net ncriiago nilgai ue iookcu Mangan was nut will- Â¬ upon as selfish ing to leave grounds forsuchati imprrc sionnnd when tlio suggestion ot ltd probability flashed to Ills mind ho said I am grateful doctor for your kind words But your sister has changed her opinion of me 1 nm hero to bring You nro glad at nbout her happiucMH tho prospects she will be doubly ho 1 will now drop my ijncst after wo tee Mortimer I mean and you will sottlo Uy JOHN J McGINNISS But I imiht nev- Â¬ tho rest as suits you er Bee her again American Ircs Association Copyrighted S Why What is the matter I do not know Somn day Isabel that you were coining ncro on n news Â¬ thnt I can fix you I dont know 1 must pay a visit u may explain why sho has discouraged enld tho city editor of tlio Denver paper mission Youre lrom tlio cast you little later a professional visit and me And yet I havo never doubted Times Thero is something wrong Do you know unything nbout arrango for nn interview with Alorti- - her love say But its all ended now consumption What can I say 1 know nothing I havo somo medical knowledge Thero is nothing you can say or do Well wo linve decided to givo n I will now return to The Times office prlzo of 1000 to tlio physician who and resign so that they may assign an- Â¬ caa suggest tho best remedy for con- other man lo tho work You see Moi ti Â¬ sumption Wo havo tried all tho other mer and I will call upon you Inter schemes coupons nnd tho like yon east Â¬ We The newspaper ninii never forgets his ern nowspaper men havo started duty to his paper Ho may bo surWell want to boom tho circulation rounded by danger the man most ex Â¬ get physicians Interested and thero nro posed or injured but ho never regards enough floating consumptives in Colo- Â¬ his own comfot It is tho credit that rado to give a big circulation in them Â¬ will attach lo his paper through his la smiling as ho selves to any paper bors and the discredit that may issue said it through his neglect that como first to Wo havo sent to Koch and other Hence Mangan retraced his Ills mind eminent European scientists for their Bteps to Tho Times office to apprise tho opinions of tho public servico this con Â¬ city editor of his determination to leavo the city editor con- Â¬ test may render Deliver and risigu thu work ho had un When wo git these views wo tinued dertaken will push tho Bchemo by Interviews Where next ho queried of him Â¬ with local physicians Wo want a mnn God only knows Ill finish tho self who can talk intelligently to theso men story of that park commission send it Woll try you Call in tomorrowand meet 1 amijhvl Buglo give Raymond ono Ill havo a list of names and addresses mer If ho Istostrongtou mid Dr Leland to The shot nnd since Isabels situa- Â¬ enough She would parting But Wo must havo theso interviews ready She tion is changed and her future showing liko to hear of n Miss Lo Clair Of courso if tho first do not show your up bo brightly thero is no reason why aptitudo for tho work wo will havo to dolayed writing until she was settled Shall I bring her any nows I should ever stay near he convent let you go That is good home Dr Leland gives up tho fight That sho is well Thnts proper remarked Mangan nows to you too Ilo has enough I for tho property Ill call in nbout 12 am not wanted nnd Ill seek in other Tome That will wilt Yes Beetles the waters of Lethe that wil Neat day Siangan received tho lifet I may na well tell you since I am drown thu memories of tho past from tho city editor Ho went over to a desk looked over tho unium nnd was satisfied I nm dealing with friends not CHAPTER XVI foeM Sho is your sister surprised to sen among them this MOKTIMKItB LAST WOltUH TO MANGAN My Bister George Leland M D St James Yes Dr Leland went up stnirs to the hotel npartments of the Mortimers whero Explain Ho returned to tho city editor nnd I simply know this Sho was placed Inez welcomed him ns warmly as if ho pointing to tho nnino on tho list asked Do you know unything nbout tho in n convent when your father came had been absent years instead of hours west In the short time they had known LelandsV Bringing mo with him each other these two had become great Tho Lelands Thero was a sympathy be- Â¬ That I only know from you Thero friends Yes Theros only one tho doctor him Â¬ wns no ono to clnim her heritage and tween them that had spoken moro in self His fathor was killed many years yours bo Raymond proposes to take actions than in words nnd Inns as sho IKWsessioii It is to get proof of his vil- Â¬ searched herhcatt to account for thu ago when tho present doctor was a Jit lainy that I am here Havo yon any Â¬ htrnngo fascination he exercised upon tlo fellow His father was an eccentric man nnd it is believed left i oino prop- Â¬ thing to show that your lather mado her was convinced thnt tor the first was lo- Â¬ those investments nnd that bIio is your timo in her life sho loved erty in tho cast But it In nil her intercourse with Raymond cated Dr Leland doesnt need it any- Â¬ Bister I havo not Tho lawyer who had bIio had never been swayed with the how What mado yon ask I thought ho bolongcd to n family churgoof his affairs in tho east is dead emotions that had lately stirred her Mortimer tells me nnd Raymond has Sho had respected Raymond becanso in whom I am interested ho had been her brothers frcnd and tho papers Youve mado u mistake 1 gncss Raymond has the papers nos away up on lung complaints and Jier brother himself had frcquenllynpo Yes He and Mortimer succeeded ken toher of Raymonds attentions and his will bo one of the first interviews I It was gratitudo to wantS Youll find him n sociable fel- - tho lawyer in whoso offlco they were I their significance should say that Raymond Hucceedcd n benefactor that she showed not love low him for Mortimer nllowed Raymond Buch nswas now surging within her SInngan was fovcrish with excite to ussumo the control although tho busi Â¬ and in the innocence and simplicity of ment But ho looked self contained Mor- Â¬ her untttro she was b ing dragged into Theio was no visible sign to betray his ness wns willed to both jointly emotions Ho left the office to collect timer said you would understand him deception a deception to herself moro Now lovo iu its his thoughts in tho cool uir beyond the better limn to Raymond But did your father leavo no papers fullness cleared thu viaitui of her affec- Â¬ city editors notice ho asked to show his business dealings Is this Isabels brother tions nnd brought before her a truer Tho papeis relating to ills eastertt appreciation of tho eccentricity of feel Â¬ himself as ho walked in tho direction What is tho investments and n bealed will wero ing that refuses to play upou the sub- Â¬ of tho St James hotel mystery surrounding this Ill talk to with tho lawyer whom Raymond suc Â¬ tler benses till the song of thu emotions him on tho assignment until I havo ceeded Raymond must have known has mi nffiiiity for its audionce stxidied him Then Ill sco what ho of our location The sealed papers told When wo last saw hor she was read Â¬ that My father when stricken down ing tho home paper that r sported her knows of his relatives And yet luiiylx He brothers resignation could only say Telvraph east Phili i explained it is only another coincidence Ho sent up hi card to Dr Leland had faith in the luwyer it appeared it to her Ho did not thoroughly re- Â¬ count the details with which wo aro and was ushered into tho physicians from this and wanted him to hear lh presence news He lost consciousness before he familiar and tho suppression of his own said Dr I am glad tc meet yon could mnko n statement llo was very inner questionable relations with Ray- Â¬ nncommunicativo nnd had so much mond gave to the story u stronger sem Â¬ Wo were expecting you Leland faith in his strength nnd purposo that blance of in justice to her brother whom Havo yon seen 3Ir Mortimer of- Â¬ Inez deemed the bouI of honor It was Mr Mortimer Hero was a surprise If Dr Leland Bincowondered why told me I have n this devotion to her brother tho attriho ever inndo knew Mortimer and tho latter was in ten tion of years of study for his happiness Donvor something wns wrong Thero will to preserve which Dr Leland would What has become of tho papers wero threo in the scheme instead of sucrilico millions and forego vengeance Raymond has destroyed them Mr EIso how could this uddrcss bo ono Â¬ He did not want it un Â¬ on Raymond accounted for If his mission wns Mortimer believes In fuct when Ray dermined and his physicians judgment for tho took known and tho languago of tho doctor mond first now tho certificateMr Mor- Â¬ told him that its destruction might ho holds ho told left that inference it was Siangans property timer that tho heirs had died and tho mcun her own policy to bo bold Tho physician saw Give woman an ideal in which her family had becomo extinct Tho gnard his words had not a pleasant effect ian and executor named by the public affections aro centered and her own Mangan surveying him with unfriend administrator hero to manage affairs for reason is overthrown with it if the ly eye nnd ho said iconoclast succeeds in toppling her lit- Â¬ that to Mr Morti Â¬ mo has frequently assured me my rel-it tle god whatever it may bo There You camo in answer Â¬ wwl impossibloever to discover mers letter I beenmo reconciled to thnt lire women who turn to fads pastimes I did not I know nothing of him atives long ago I can hardly beliovs of tin idlo hour Theso fair daughters view nothing of him at present I mean to meet my bister of Evo susceptible to the legnant frail- Â¬ I I am n reporter ot tho Denver Times now that ho am about Clair ties of hunfanitypass from ono allure- Â¬ called Lo Why is sub- nnd called to interview you on a It was a whim of hers tho nnino ment to another untouched by trio deep joct connected with your profession guardian was known in er passions But tho woman with a Then you havo not como in answer by which her sho assumed it I am heart and soul spurring the exercise of and tho tb this note You are not tho Mangan euro world sister will bo restored I am mind cannot be fickle and the man your ho knows Mangan of Brooklyn Â¬ or cuubo she warms to can bo dealt no Mangun ho known jf ho is afraid unless Mortimer can be depend blow she does not feel as keenly as the I am tho ed on your property will not tlio Mortimer who knows that rascal Property Norer mind tho prop Â¬ direct object of assault It is this con- Â¬ It ay m on d erty I want my nister and whomso- Â¬ centration of sentiment created nnd Tho same may have tho land But If crystallized in undivided interest thnt Then 1 nm sorry to meet you as a ever wishes Raymond has been responsible for our keeps tho memory of first lovo safe friend of cither lie has Ill from everything but tlio grave and that Mr Mortimer talks not that way of long separation as I think punish him warms tho mother moro to tho first spend every cent I have to yon Ho Baid you wero the ono man to born round whom cluster the delights unravel tlio incidents that the death of for his perfidy And yet tho greatest punishment and the anxieties that ushered in the my father have shrouded in mystery I Â¬ crowning glory of her womanhood have depended on you to restore me to you can inflict tho deprivation of mil lions you will not avail yonrself of maternity Mr Mortimer may give iny sister Tiiero was Inez loved Dr Leland Why not get Mortimer to testify you somo clow a tenderness in his words and actions Ho will never leavo his bed nlivo Why does ho do this toward hor that evidenced reciprocity Ho was sent out hero to die Ho camo to understand Raymonds There was much in com Â¬ Tuko his statement then attested of feeling character and tho nature of his own mon betweon them in their tastes outboforo n notary work for hlin by recent news received side of tho peculiarities of his profes Â¬ No In looking ovei tho home papers ho You sional researches that brought thein toYou aro a strango character saw ho had been sent out hero to lie out gether in conversation and exalted each He is acquainted with aro setting Hide millions nnd what of tho way mu others view Thero Raymonds schemes to gain control of would bo moro to me iu a case like iu tholovo for certain pursuitswasn just and tuul yours venganco Â¬ property my father owned Ho be True but his sister will livo I as men or women separate or jointly lieves Raymond knows where my Bister mean to concoal from her the purt her beget from enthusiasm iu one work is and sinco ho wroto tho lotter you say work agreeable mid commanding united you did not rcceivo ho has read in Tho brother has played Ho was weak and nllegianee u regard for ono another Bugle n story of tho work of tho com Â¬ not culpable I havo promised you nro people draw closer my n man to bo frank with to protect her so did theso young mission that will select tho lands grow more dour to each other Be Â¬ father left and have tho city purchase Tho promise was given to him after my and confession of love for her as nn answer yond that they had n special cause for them nnd pay Raymond But tho story esteem- - building from nu in- Â¬ did not cxposo tho scheme fully and to his appeal to hold no resentment mutual Mr Mortimer snid you could not havo against her for any wrong he might sight to each others churucter an ideal have done to me or mino Do you real that had a vivid personality typified in written it tho pictures each saw while looking at izomy position I did I do Thero 1b an old saying that tho other Then yon did not know I have brought you news of your tho devil takes enroot his own Ho I did all that you have told nnd said Dr Le friend Miss Lo CJnir more but the ends of justico would bo is saving Raymond Well IctB leavo that for tho mo- Â¬ luud to Inez ns ho entered beat subserved by delaying its publica- Â¬ who exclaimed delight Â¬ Havo you ment Talk about yourself I want to tion Oh Im so glad How is she know more of you I have had it edly Ilnvo yon any clow to my sister She isulivoand well worthy of tho dinned constantly iu my cars of late Was it Mr Mangun who brought it Ob that you nro a manly fellow That I wish I could seu him I Toll me how wealth she is helrcsx to was Mr Mortimers view and Im glad she is WheroisBhe Miss Mortimer iu speak Â¬ You will not let mo You can learn no more until I see to meet you ing of her friend my sister has re Â¬ Ill bo so quiet Goon how innttora stand It is the old story Sho is well But hit didnt seo her When roguoi fall out honest peoplo get ferred to yoa iu termt of no less praise I understand your affection for a sister when ho left Do you know they havo their due never seon I would not say that said Dr Le- Â¬ I have honorable is I am delighted that quarreled thoy couldnt She thought Oh no to dear to her land might travel nnd puin his ono so It Mangan was unublo to check tho flow bo much of him sister If you knew her well you You cannot uccount for it Here in Denver where ho of speech would understand how sensitive sho Is No hut why did ho tell yon this expected to find no frionds his affairs find as ho has not long to livo his acqui escence to Raymonds schemes should were no secret no had read that Mor- Â¬ la ho so worrlod timer was seeking health in Colorado Ill answer later Do you know who aot be made known to her Isabel Le Clair is Mor Â¬ but Mortimer he had always consid I would do anything for Inez I fancy she is some relation to the ered a friend of Raymond and he timer mother superior of the Convent of would be about the Inst he would visit Yea she was telling me about you Dr Leland really know Manganr Mercy but I never inquired Thats why I spoke Bite said she Did latter Hha is my atitnr M hlweelf Tf be did like to see you when she learned the yVW A FIGHT J 7 THR BREOKHNRIDGR To Restore which NJELWB I Â¬ GLOYERPORT KY It is Mangan said Dr Leland Nniio ndullt him Muiigiin was ushered In and wns tin prepared for tho eceuo before hi in Inez buried her face in tho pillow and sobbed aloud Mortimers hand raised perceptibly lo was no longer nhlo to lift It high Mnngaii divined his intention unil advanced to tho Itedside took I bo hand and mild Phil Im sotry begged Forgive me tho dying man I vtf nothing to forgive Bald Man gan Dont give way Von may pull through yet Mortimer shook his head Ills volco Ho motioned to was growing fainter Mangan to bond lower und the news paper man i ompllcd In my library nt home Is a diary kept by my old friend with whom Ray mond and 1 studied On his deathbed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r MILLIONS hnir has become thin and keep the ncalp clean and healthy use A AVERS HAIR VIGOR It from falling out prevents the hnir Dressing We wero long story parted when oung and circumstances kept ouo ignorant of tho others exist- Â¬ ence Mr Mangan will bring ns to- Â¬ gether And ho nnd Isabel part I hope not Wo shall see but I judgo it will bo hard to indtico him to I can see that ho is not will- Â¬ return ing to make advances Sinco her posi tion is to ccisu to be dependent I know I can tell him something how much sho cares for him And just think we shall all go homo together Ho had Dr Leland said nothing in many little ways tried to suggest to her tho impossibility of her brothers return Mortimer had contracted In Â¬ sidious pneumonia on the journey sneaking pneumonia somo physicians term it from the fuct that its geruiB imperceptibly dovclop and givo no out- Â¬ ward sign of their annihilating influ Â¬ ence until they huvu intrenched them- Â¬ selves in thu system nnd eatiibinetl to down the victim almost nt the first on- Â¬ slaught Inez attributed his silence to tho reÂ¬ trospect suggested in tliestrango revelation he had received from Mangan In reality he did not want to concur in her expectations and hesitated to make known the truth that her brother would soon bo summoned to appear bo- Â¬ foro tho tribunal ol the Most High How is your brother today he asked turning from tho subject of the homeward journey Ho seems tome to be better but tho nurse shakes her head when I say so Im afraid if the nurso do snt ngreo with you that yon aro wrong I hopo not though Ill go in and boo him In n few minutes Dr Leland and Philip Mortimer wero alone The phy- Â¬ sician saw that the sick mans vitality was rapidly ebbing and that his hours Tlio breathing was wero numbered moro laborious nnd each word of tle greeting to the doctor was punctuated by asthmatical intenuptions Philip srid the physician who had become friendly with his patient did you seo tho clergyman 1 sent here Ho camo ns the pastor of thjs today parish and Inez has not suspected ho tells me But what 1 have told you cannot now bo concealed from her You will soon leave us all Havo you been prepared 1 am ready but oh what would I not givo to bo uhlo to go back with oul Tho words camo slowly Tho doctor took Mortimers right hand nnd held it Everything will bo all right Phil- Â¬ ip And youll caro for Inez 1 love her Ask her to como in It is best 1 will Hp Mangan has arrived He has found my sister knows all Site is known to you as Isabel Lo Clair Dr Leland volunteered nil this to spare tho energy of tho dying man who would bo su ro to usk questions on all tlictu points Thats good 1 would like to see him Ho will bo hero later Ill call u Â¬ Â¬ or turning gray The best WATCH FREE For 5 New Subscribers and Get up a club of 5 now subscribers and get ono of these watches free Wliut Yes It is lonrsistcrr Ir1 Â¬ 500 JF EARTH Â¬ THE CHEAPEST Til KEEPER OK Â¬ American Lever Movement Requires no Key give ontim satis- Â¬ Watch tho liko ofTertd before on - jyfe He tnntUmcd to Mitnynti tn lietul loucr ho expressed tho desire that it should bo 1 locked It uway never Bent to rue reading it get the key from Inoz Mnybo tells something the book 40 It will keep accurate time of order nnd in every way faction It is an American of which has uovcr been Will not get out such terms Secure flvo now subscribers to tho -- BRECKENRIDGE - NEWS ler about Inez was bewil The voice tnltered dered Sho did nut understand thu purport of tho words She looked from her brother to Mangan then tamed to the doctor A gurgling suuud welled up from Mortimers thioat the feet of the dying mnn grew colder tho hearts Gradually the power depreciated frost of death crept up his limbs Ho battled against tho giant that camo to itranglo him and Inez appealed to tli dorter to givo him relief Never did his profession seem less powerful to him never did the science of medicino appear lehs potent less worthy ot prac- Â¬ tice than now when ho had to express his regret at his inability to ease tho pain that tossed the sufferer from sido to side Then God bo merciful cxclaimod Sparo him this suffering Inez Tho eyes of the dying man wero di- Â¬ rected to her then wandered to the doctor A momentary glnuco at Mangan mid tho eyes rested again on Inez and again beseechingly on tho physician Tho icy progress of the great conqueror had advanced to tho vitals Faster it went tho nearer it approached tho heart Thero was a sudden shudder tho body writhed tho seat ot lifo had been shuck unconsciousness camo and Philip Mortimer awakened in eternity Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ And secure ono of these Watches WW lleiiovutluc Louisville St Louis Texas R Rt Co Tho Btormy cold days may bo profit- Â¬ ably spent by apiarians in overhauling hives und giving them n coat of paint IfcTO Advico Is given by Tho Prnirio Farmer i to tnako n calculation of how many hives will bo needed nnd make u memorandum of it lie euro thnt there are Tailing Effect frames for them all Seo it there are At 600 oclck A H Sunday Dec 17 1893 sections enough for another season und cases enough to hold them Examine Wtit Bound Traint Halt Mound JHraltu the smoker nnd seo if it will stand a52 - 61 S3 MMall When tho mem Mall another seasons uso S Bxprs Kxpri STATIONS Kxprs Rxpr K orandum is made out writo for n catalogue of beekeepers supplies from the Dally Daily Dally Dally uearest trustworthy apiarian who keeps 630pm 7 45am WUnn ptar 12 45pmf8 30pmMM 12 30 800 Kentucky M 815 these on sale and order everythng 0 43 7 25 8 40 Wert lolnt lUOttn 735 needed at ono time It will bo cheaper 8 43 7S0 7 30 Howard 1147 Hal Hoc Haven 910 7 H u 32 fmwm und you can bide your timo now with 77 Long llranch 1124 907 7M 707 MtB much better graco than if you wero 804 917 Brandenburg 1116 658 9 2IS E ron 1107 6 48 losing u honey crop for tho want of 813 BIB 8 21 10 59 934 Guston 6 40 When the supplies arrive tho 830 them 945 1050 Irvlngton 630 NuflnB 8 34 10 41 954 VqRLm Webster 614 hives should be nailed painted and 8 45 10 Ol 1033 803 Ioillburi O- stored in n convenient place with the 865 1014 lMerce 1025 557 1020 1020 Siuple 552 frames in them ready for uso tho 9U0 UW 1028 6 45 Stephentport 10 11 cases nailed and painted the sec 014 1033 Addison 10W 540 1036 1003 Holt tions put together with foundation in 917 536 9 23 10 50 Cloverport 948 624 them and tho cases filled ready to put 931 1053 Shops 945 621 t l lman 1105 on at a moments notice Cure should 9 43 933 609 1118 4 69 9M 922 Hawesvllle be taken in piling up tho cases that thoy 1002 1124 914 4S1 Iltrie 7 fit closely ouo upon another mid tho 10 07 1130 908 Falcon 14 1012 1131 Cayce 4 42 9 IU v top ono covered closely to prevent tho 1018 1140 858 43d Ie win port Ji During tho 1035 accumulation of dust 1158 im 8 40 4 20 loweru Tatea 4 08 825 press of other business it will take hut a 10 48 1212pm Owensboro 1059 1222 4 on 815 moment to slip on ono of theso prepared 1109 12 33 Matlingly 802 347 1238 Griffith 754 341 cases was not ready 1114 otherwise if it 12 42 Stanley 761 Ul 337 tho honey would go to wnsto for lack of 1125 1250 Worthlngton 7 43 3 SO i 11 33 12 67 13F Reads 323 J timo to preparo tho caso Spoltsvllle 1145 lleelilveH 22 Â¬ TIME SCHEDULE - Â¬ Â¬ - SI - 91 SI jM Bfl Â¬ CHAPTER XVII Â¬ THE BECIIET OP THIS DIAKY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lclnnd left thu sickroom and sent tho nurso to notify tho clerk that Laureuco Mangan when he called should bo sent up tj tho Mortimer apartments Then turning to Inez ho said I must ask you to Ik bravo A cluiftgo for the worse has taken place The long neglect uf himself has sapped your brothers energy und he cannot combat tho disease For his sake bear up Ho wants to bco you It is the worst then Tho best tor him His suffering will not lie prolonged The cuitalns of night wero drawing cla er and the rooms wero growing darker The doctor reached up to the electric chandelier iu passing und the light soon streamed down through the tinted globes a mellowed subdued and harmonious radiaiice Dr Leland and Inez entered together She went to Philips bedside fell down on her knoB put her arms around his neck arid kissed him Hu felt the warm tears on his cheek ho said Dont cry Inez It is all for the best Oh Philip dont talk that wayl God will Bjioroyou No Inez Dr Leland will toll you Oh doctor is it true she im- Â¬ plored Too true Jio answered as ho also knelt down appearing to feel tho pulse of the dying man but really to bo nearer with consolation Mortimer moved tho other hand until ho had brought It to his sisters He placed hers in tho doctors and instinc- Â¬ tively they looked nt each other then cast down their glances on the hands on which Mortimers tested Doctor will you protect her if sho will have it sol 1 know she loves yon said Mortimer Am I right Inez Tho head was still bowed and no ro sponso camo Wbilo her brother asked the question tho doctors hand pressed hers For answer bIio returned tho pressure and the quick Impressionable souse of tho dying mun noticed the con- Â¬ sent and understood tho meaning so dollcatoly convoyed Let not my death deter the realization of your happiness said Mortimer Talking was becoming painful to him Tho thirst that comes upon one dying from the complications Mortimer was afflicted with annoyed him The nurse was near wetting his parched lips with champagne or helping him to small drafts A tap on be deer startled tbew la the stillness of tbU seme the seaad oawe like therapptBg of the ueeeenger tftdajsth Â¬ Â¬ Inez Dr Lanrenco Mangan supervised the ar- Â¬ rangements for tho temporary entombment of tho body of Philip Mortimer which was placed in n receiving vault in Denver until such timo ns prepara- Â¬ tions would bo completed for its transfer Some days later Dr Leland Mangan and Inez left Denver Dr Leland had been very attentivo to Inez Ho had been assiduous in her Interest assum Â¬ ing tho manner und privileges of the guardian moro than thoso of the physi- Â¬ cian and his care und lovo soothed her anguished heart Mangan had a strange presentiment that tho diary Mortimer had referred to contained somo allusions that would jivo tho motivS of Raymond nnd afford i clew to lead to his humiliation and lethronemout even if it no further elucidated tho mystery of tho Lelands Thero might in that diary bo somo iec 3rd that could bo used as n club over Raymond to compel him to do justice What was meant by Phil about this diary His words sounded eo queer This quest on was asked by Inez dur- Â¬ ing tho courso of conversation one evening as tho train sped eastward Ho thought it might be of somo use to Mangun in his newspaper work I suppose said Dr Leland I can soon tell when 1 seo it re- Â¬ marked Mangan Inezgavo tho keys of tho houso which sho and hor brother had occupied to Dr Leland They reached the city aft er nightfall and bo eager were Dr Le- Â¬ land and Mangan to seo tho diary that they excused themselves shortly after arriving at tho hotel and started for the Mortimers old homo Inez nover suspecting the object of their nocturnal walk Thoy were soon in the library and from a drawer filled with odds and ends of various sorts municipal reports prin- Â¬ cipally thoy dolved the old diary out of tho placo whero it hud lain for years It was frayed and worn looking with knocking nbout by continual rummag Â¬ ing for papors Mortimer hud evidently not prized the volume had not oven deemed tho gift of his old preceptor worthy of examination nnd had cast it asido as tho repository of u cranks out- Â¬ pourings But Mangan handled the book reverently untied tho ribbon that scaled its pages most likely us its original owner had left it nnd opened it the pages parting where tho last memoranda hud been written Their eyes scanned thu page Mangan holding up tho book under tho chaude lior Thero was nothing thero concerning their quest Thoy turned over tho leaves to roach tho introductory pages until tho namo Leland In each third or fourth line iu zigzag fashion attracted their attention Under date of Feb 10 1874 tho memorandum was written Tho Introduction indicated that tho writer was confined to his homo when engaged in writing in tho diary The Lcjuud record read Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I From tlin Kxperlment Station In an experiment continued through three seasons at the Utah station a com- Â¬ parison is mado of deep und shallow R R tillage and no tillage for potatoes Tho LousvileHadfnsburgWestern average of duplicate plats for threo Nu 3 TIME TABLE years gives tho yield of large mid small potatoes on shallow tilled plats as TAKING EFFECT JULY 29 1891 20088 bushels per aero on thu deeper West Hound Trains Kast Bound Trains tilled pints 20487 bushels und on the Dally Daily Dally Dally ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun unfilled plats 1817 bushels No 5 No 1 No 2 No f At the Pennsylvania station in tests 1100am Iv IrvlniftonAr 93Uam varieties of outs tho most desirable 1140 of Garfield 8 20 1155am Harned 800 Borts were Jupauund improved Ameri1212 llardinshurg 7 40 can 12 48 Kirk 710 10U Jollv 7 00 W II Caldwell of the Pennsylvania 118 Glendeane 6 40 station recommends ns of most promise Dempster 125 630 145 arPallsRoughlv 610 tho following potatoes Freeman Green 2 20 Hockvalo 5 37 Mountain Burpee Superior Ben Harri2 32 Huth 5 26 2 44 Asklns 518 son and Monroe County Seedling Oaks 269 500 T v Sjnom L R Jones of tho Vermont station 45am advises tho hot water method of treating oats seed nut only fur the immedi Â¬ ate benefit but for the eradication of smut from future crops Experiments bearing on tho two methods of tilling aud check rowiug corn wero made in 1891 03 at tho Utah stutiou Corn checked tilled both ways and not hilled yielded ilD04 bushels per acre checked and hilled both ways 3ti bushels checked then tilled and hilled ono way 4384 und 4U5 bushels drilled aud tilled ouo way 438 Â¬ Â¬ 108 1153pm 114 12 104m 130pm arllenrfersn Has etta 727 lv 706am 7 19 316 3 10 J 265t 1 T Wtllf Â¬ V Â¬ PISGAH Success and a long lifo to tho News Miss Ruby Ryan is attending tho Nor- Â¬ m mal at Cloverport M K llamhleton and Misses G L Taul attended church at Hickory Lick last Sunday Mr Dixlo Potrlp tho popular drum- Â¬ mer boy of Nashville Tenn and Mr E 0 Morton took dinner with Mr O I Ilambleton lat Saturday Miss Alice Rrickey is on thu sick list Mrs Susan Dates of Tar Fork who has b cn spending a few weeks nt Mr W B 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GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT 20o un- Â¬ CO KENTU0KY In TO BR CONTINUKD soft fair skin is the result of pure blood and a healthy liver to secure which Avars Sarartparjlla is the Superior Medicine ladies who rely upon cos Â¬ metics to beautify their eoniplexion should make a note of thie bearing in mind that they cant Improve upon nature A Also Wholesale and HeUll Dealer Gold Foil Box Paper Mourning Box Paper ruled aud ruled 200 Linen Box Paper ruled and unruled 20c 8 Quires Best Paper 20o Come and make your purchases Yellaw Pine Fleering awl C Shlnalw Latha Llw Hair Cwneirt Own Saih ami Sale Atfentafor lrlk Wfotta WtdltHkltfBlrlWMitKll Fatttiiteart Md Trty t KMpulcd w4tatk cast praiaptlr JNO D IUBBAGR bageg Dox paper at 25o this week at JWk K 0 Bawuok MiuLmh aB xrfwH iVuII v w- - THR BRROKENRIDGE T NRS KEEP GLOVRRORT KY 5- - t Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair -- PERSONAL DR CREAM BAKING POWER MOST PERFECT MADE A torn Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free 40 JV YEARS THE STANDARD 1- M tt - Breckenridge WEDNESDAY JULY News 4 1894 The tUtc on the label indlcfltei the time to which your lUDictlptlon Is plcl This serves both as a receipt in expiration notice every week Hxsmlre the ilate printed lifter your natnp on the margin of this paper and see If It Is If not correct please in let us know If correct your time hasexpired plcise renew at once LOCAL BREVITIES Drop in tho 4th Siilcre Mr W G Smart Is sick Fresh Yeast to day Sulzers Hot weather clothing Sulzers ko cream every day nt the City Bakery v All kinds of cool drinks at the City J Bakery Fans to raise a 4th of July breeze Sulzers White Duck Suiting cool comfortable Sulzers Shooting Crackers ami Eating Crack ers Sulzers Hot weather demands cool clothing v woiiavo it Sulzers Write for what you want is nn easy way to shop Sulers Tlie town talk let us go to Sulzers for something good to eat More of that highly prized FleiHliiuans Yeust to day Sulzers Umbrellas protect you from the hot sun see pur lino Sulzers Leave your orders for ice cream and sherbert at Kiedel Cos Goto G WShorta barbershop for first class shaving and hair dressing Easy to fit comfortable to wear try a pair of our Ian shoes Sulzers Keep Kool wear White Duck nice clean and comfortable Sulzers Born to tlio wifo of WJ Sherman the 2d inBt a girl Margaret Sherman Nice pickles forplcuiclunches Sulzers Gents light weight shoes cool and comfortable black and tans Sulzers Cream sodas lemonade milk shake Cos ice cold sweet cider at Uiedel forget if its now and Iresh and Dont in the city you will find it at our store Sulzers For Kent Two olegant rooms either Apply to furnished or unfurnished Jno D Babbage Tlio pensions of James AV Seaton Fordsvillo and William Petit Stephens port have been Increased There will be a supper and moonlight picnic at Holt July 17th for the benefit of Holt Memorial Chapel From now on we will mako you first class tin types on short notice at tho old reliable gallery 0 L Knight If you are going out for a 4th of July outiilg let us lit your lunch basket out with some of our good things to eat 4 - Sulzers The Ohio river is getting so low that tlio large Mcmpis and Cincinnati packets are beginning to go into summer quarters f Mrs Matilda Osbomo aged 82 years died suddenly at the residence of her daughter Mrs Cunningham on Elm street Monday night All tho miners have gonoto work in the Falcon mines and Mr K B Pierce is now able to furnish all thecoal that may bo needed by Cloverport parties for manufacturing or other purposes While Mr 0 C Martin and wifo wero at church Sunday night some sneak thief stole a bunch of bananas which ho had hung in the open air on his back porch so that they would not spoil by beijpg shut up in a closo hot store room Little Jim Miller in at home on a Ho has been running as cub vacation pilot on tho Stato of Missouri but the boat was obliged to lay up at Cairo this trip because of thero not being euough water in the Ohio to permit so large a craft to navigato Wo call attention to tlio new adver Â¬ tisement of W L Douglas 3 shoo which appears in our issue to day We have eyory assurance from tlio manufacturer that the recent improvements In style and quality will glvoinoro satisfaction than over to tho wearers of these pop- Â¬ ular shoes Mayor Barry has issued a proclamation that all dogs within tho city llmlte must either be kept confined at homo or muz- zled when running at largo on tho streets between tho 7th of July and 15th of September The Marshal is instructed to kill dll dogs found not in conformity with tlio law Hon 0 M Clay candidate for GoverÂ¬ nor of Kentucky was a passenger on tho watt bound truin lost Thursday evening He had spent part of tho day in Ilawes- vllle but ho deferred his visit to this K Mr Clay WMinty till some later day expects the instructions of Breckenrldgo county lie had better not slight her too long for the woods are full of Hardin t wb In fheJ parts Off For the Races rlWey Hopper who met with such suc mm iu the bicycle races at Owensboro a few weeks ago left yesterday forCin einiiati Ohio where he will run in a tlftoen mile road race to day There are hundred entries in the reoe lie will come dawn to Louisville to where be will be a ooiUeeUnt la t Mr Aaron Miller of Stephtnsport was in flic city last Friday Mr and Mrs Mlko Jungllngnrc spend Wlioro and How tho Glorious ing tliii Fourth In Kvansille Fourth Will Bo Celebrated 0 W Moorman Jr has resigned Ids position with Short I lay lies In This Section iSmith Mark of Stophcnxport mine down hist Friday to bco tho ball game Mr and Mrs Taylor of Oacnsbnro AT CUVEhT0llT aro tho guests ofvMr and Mrs LIlMia Tho big Catholic picnic nt laHei9t Collfnsi Park to day promises to Ixj tho largest r MnTTltMattinglyof Planters Hall gathering of the kind of tho season All lallio guest of his brother Mr E F arc familiar with tho circumstances that Mattlngly havo brought it about Tho recent de- Â¬ - of Jlilpp fi struction of tho St lloso church by lire is Mr E At RichardsonIticliardeon Louisville wiih in tho city still fresh in tlio memory of the mulcts of the Nkws nnd as this picnic is itiven yesterday as n benefit to the fund for rebuilding Mr and Mrs Nelson Jolly of Jolly in n cliaritnblo cnuso rather there is no Station aro tho guesU of Mr and Mrs doubt but that largo crowds will gather John Yeager there and spend their money freely George Deane lias gone to Mauwcqua There will bo amusements of all kinds 111 whero he will accept a position iu a and lots of good things to ent canning factory Tlio committee received a telegram Mr J K Sims and daughter Una of from Hon David It Murray yesterday Princeton Ind are tho guests of his stating that he will address tho assembly brother Chns Sims in the afternoon Misses Anna Fuchs nnd Delia Macv AT TAH 81IIINOI of Evansville aro tho giusts of Mr ami Mrs W II IloIIlcns Tho Cloverport Baptist Sunday School Ex Nrs Judfn Coomcs nnd children of will picnic nt Tar Springs today eurntti trains will leave thu Breckenrldgo Owensboro are spending tho summer depofTevery two hours beginning nt 7 with Mr and Mis Hotlius oclock a m going to Victoria and re- Â¬ Miss Maggie Bowmer w ho has beeu turning will leave Victoria at 8 oclock visiting friends at Wincluster nnd Louis- Â¬ a 111 nnd every two hours during tho ville returned home Sunday This will enable tho jieoplo to day Mr Holmyard Maiager of tho Breck both conio and go nt pleasure and they enrldgo Company was tlio guest of Mr can spend the day either nt IiHeist Bullitt at tho Castle last week Park or U13 Springs or at botli places Mrs F M Ityan of Jeilersonville Tho laro for tho round trip will be 25 Ind who has been visiting relatives in cents Baptist Sunday School children this city will return homo to day free Mr and Mrs Horace Bland of Jolly Station were the guests of Mr and Mrs AT IIAIIDINMIIUIKI J J Dyer a couple of days last week The Second Annual Fourth of July Mr Chns Miller of theCannelton En picnic will draw a largo crowd to Har quirer accompanied by his friend Frank uinsuurg to day Thero will bo all kinds Clemens was tho guest of Oa Holder of modern amusements nnd regaling re Sunday fresliincntM linn I It Murray will ad Mrs J B Brown and little daughter dress the gathering in the forenoon and Jessie Louisville were tho guests of Mr then come to Cloverport Excursion rates will bo given on the nnd Mrs Orfila Dellaven Saturday and W and special trains will leave L II Sunday Mr Will Watkins after a very pleas Â¬ Hardinsburg late in the afternoon to ant visit ol soveral weeks to relatives convey tho peopld to their homes Yon nnd friends returned to his homo in St need never count Hardinsburg out Tho people there know how to net the part Joseph Mo Sunday of accommodating hosts whether public Â¬ Mr Henry Wendelkiu and family and ly or privately and all who go their toMr J T Hampton aiutyfamiy went to day will be handsomely entertained by Earlington Ky yesterday to spend the tho clever proprietors of tills picnic Fourtli with relatives and friends Mrs J A Donaldson accompanied by INI AT UUIillV her little son and daughter Lyter and Tho usual Fourth of July ball will Eula and Mrs J T Snowden returned come in off tho new Social Hall at Derby home after n visit of a week to Mrs S C to day This is a famous place of amuse- Â¬ Yeager and family ment nnd everybody knows of what great Tho times aro had at the Derby balls BEWLEYVILLE ball room is almost as largo as n picnic ground nnd thero is plenty of room to Plonty of rain nnd good crops accommodate tho large crowds which of Gustonwas in Hugh Hardaway usually attend town Saturday of Louisville is at Mr E1 Smith Death of James M Cooper homo for a few days On last Thursday Juno 28 Mr James Fresh bananas oranges nnd lemons to- Â¬ M Cooper aged 78 years died at tlio day Drury Bennett Co homo of liis daughter near Owensboro Misa Mary Board of Hardinsburg is Mr Cooper was well known in this expected at Bell View right soon county having been a resident of tho Mr L E Horndon and wife of Sara Â¬ county nearly all his life Ho was born toga place were in town Saturday 1 181G was mado a Master Mason Mr S W Kasey was tho guest of Ids May at Hardinsburg by Breckenridge Lodge relative Mrs W N Drury Sunday No 07 in 1840 and was a charter mem- Â¬ If you dont go to tho Sulphur Springs ber of Cloverpoit Lodge No in5 char- Â¬ to day you aro not in it for tho Fourtli tered Sept 1 1853 and was the first Call for our ladies oxfords at 03c its Junior Warden of this lodge His re Â¬ simply n beauty Drury Bennett Co mains wero brought to Clcverport last Mies Maggio Paul is spending the sum Â¬ Friday and wero interred in tlio Tobina mer with her cousin in Gibsonburg Gu Cloverport Masonic Henry Drury and D C Johnson spent port cometoryby ttio Lodge As far as is known Ills death soveral days in tho city last week on removes tho last chartor member of business Cloverport Lodge No 13X MissMablo Hawkins of Hardinsburg Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Independence Day HOW TO COOL Take advantage of the great reductions in Keep Cool Dont get excited Dont suffer from heat Warm Weather f Suggestions Under a In a Stylish Luster Alpaca Drap dEte Etc Coats and Vests Suitable for hot weather and in Sea- Â¬ sonable Pants which we have in end- Â¬ less varity in style size and price No special sales Reduction in every department Straw Hat Under a Roll Collar In a Neat Light SunUmbrella In a Nobby Negligee Necktie You can complete your Summer Suit and defy old Sol JULIUS WINTER S E CO Ky Cor Third and Market Sts Loulsvlle 7k iuuuwumuuiKuuwmuiuuwwwf THEIR CLOCKS Shirt FIXED Clovorport SUIT FOR DAMAGES Base Ball Club Boats Marshal Jordan and His Bondsmen Union Star and Hardinsburg Will Have Trouble Over ArrestTo Doath ing Ben Bates Â¬ The Union Star Ilaso Hall Club came to Cloverport last Friday and played a gaino with tho homo boys Tho game proved to bo nn uninteresting one from tho fact that tho visitors were never In it from tlio very start They did moderately well up to the seventh inning In tho sixth Mitchell caught n foul tip on tlio tips of ids fingers and tills mado a cliango of battery necessary in tlio seventh which proved disastrous Thoy went to pieces nnd tho Cloverport sluggers piled up twelve scores The other two were not worth mentioning When Cloverport was nt bat tho batters tried to retire ns soon ns possible and tho visitors seemed not to caro particularly whether thoy got them out or not The gaino however was not entirely Tlio without some brilliant points playing of Henry OUrien short stop and Hoy Iloysor first base for Clover- Â¬ port was without an error whilo liruner and Mitchell for tho Union Stars played n good game Thero was but ono double play made during the game and this is In credited to liruner nnd Mitchell the ninth liruner washolding tho second bag down when Yeager of Cloverport grasped the stick Ho sent n burner through the iutlcld which promised to bo n safo hit but Bruner made a dash of several feet for it and mado a splendid stop Then running to second he retired a base runner nnd casting tho sphere to first Yeager was cut off by several feet Following is tho scoro by innings Innings 12345G7S0 7 14 1 0 4 12 3 2 31 Cloverport 1 0 2 0 0 Union Star By Struck out By Cloverport 4 Union Star 4 Â¬ Â¬ 11117 CLOVKIirOKT AT IIARDIXSIlURd The Cloverpoit boys went to Hardins Â¬ burg last Saturday and crossed bats with that horetoforo invinciblo team They went with blood in their oyes determined to win if hard playing could do it They wore not in tlio best of form being a little soro from tho oHects of the game the day before but they proved to be- equal to tho occasion and showed their superiority over tho Hnrdinsburg Invlnciblea Irvo OBrien first went into tho box for Clovorport but Ids hrm being glassy from pitching the day bororo ho was forced to retire after tlio second inning Henry OBrien then faced the Hardinsburg sluggers for tlio remaining seven innings and ho had n veritable picnic Hardinsburg could do nothing with him He struck them out without mercy and but fow good hits wero mado AVhilo on tho other hand Clo- Â¬ off hini verport was coutinunlly lining out two baggers tlireo baggers nnd home runs No such heavy slugging was over wit Â¬ nessed on the Hardinsburg grounds be- Â¬ fore nnd tho spectator looked on mysti Â¬ fied while tho players wero completely pnrallSfd At ono time a Clovorport slugger lost tho ball In left field and time had to be called for ten minutes or more whilo both clubs and half tho spectators wont to hunt for it It was ilnnlly found away over toward Stephensport Tho game was such a soft snap for Cloverport that it was not necessary for them to do hard Holding and thoy let Hardinsburg run up a largo scoro just to keep them from quitting before the gamo was out Following is the score by innings 7 8 I 1 2 3 4 6 Innings fl 0 0 1 0 1 1 3 2 23 Hardinsburg 0132 3 2 4 0 2 0 41 Cloverport fctruck out uy uaruinsuurg - uy Cloverport 14 Homo runs By Clover- Â¬ port 0 Lewis 0Hrlon JasSatterfiold Henry Yeager Charles Hambleton and Henry OBrien 3 1 h f W v - t iBilrS m1 1 r crrUre fwn MVWftl spent Saturday and Sunday witlt Miss Eula Stith Mr Jcsso Eskridge of Vino Grove yns in town Sunday the guest of Miss J Mary Paul Mr E E Hardaway fi omen for the 0 0 S W was expected at Wave land Sunday Mr S W Kasoy of Vino Grovo filled the ltev CunditPH regular appointment hero Sunday Miss Eva Clayton of Parkland is spending a few weeks nt IJiver View with Miss Jonnio Cox Mr Carrol Board and brother of Cus- Â¬ ter wero guests of Misses Aunio Johnson and Ella Trlplett Sunday Miss Victoria Payno who has been visiting friends and relatives near Har Â¬ dinsburg returned Saturday A genuine frencll kid ladies oxford with patent leathor tip at 125 beat it Co if you can J Drury Bennett Miss Zelma Strother of Big Spring attended church here Sunday with her family and cousin Mr 0 D Hardaway Mr Allen Slith an 1 sister of Hill Grovo passed through town Tuesday to seeafter tlio Fourth of July at Hardins- Â¬ burg Tlio Itov 11 M Murrel of Greenville Tenn will begin a series of sermons in tho Baptist church of this place on tho fifth Sunday in July Miss Nora Henderson who has just returned from the Logan Female College at Husseilvllle Ky is now visiting rela- Â¬ tives in Louisvillo Wo aro just receiving a nice lino of summer drew goods you should boo those lovely1 pink anil blue percals Co Drury Bennett Miss Honrlo Cain and parly attended church hero Suuday and quito a numbor of our young gentleman went back to Cedar RIdgo with them to dlno Missea Jessio Pate Mahlo Hawkins o Hardinsburg and Misses Lena Drury andf Henrio Cain spent Monday at Guston tho guest of Mr B A Hardaway Examine our lino of French ginghams and duck dress goods You will always find our Btock full and complete in every Co Drury Bennett particular All persons having accounts with us are expected to settle at the end of every thirty days A statement will be sent every thirty days Drury Bennett A Co letting Now whjle ether merchants their stock run down for what they Wriu the dull season we are stocking up with nice ireali and seasonable good all soW at the closest eab priieaDrury Nen- ueU Co Torn by Dogs Georgo Garrett a small boy son of N J Garrett of Hltes Bun was severe Â¬ ly bitten by dogs ono day last weok The little fellow was at tho watering trough on tho plko just half way from Tho Nkws is in a position to know that Ben F Bates will through his next best friend John L Hall his brother institute suit against Marshal G V Jor dnn nnd his bondsmen for as thoy allege his illegal arrest and imprisonment Tho suit will be brought iu tho October term of tho Breckonridgo Circuit Court Tlio Nkws gave an nccount last week of liis arrest and delivery to tlio author- Â¬ ities of Springfield 111 for forgery Tho family of young Bates whilo they do not excuso him for the offenso he committed in Illinois say that lie was unlawfully arrested and imprisoned in Cloverport and they nro going to appeal to tlio law for redress Tlio law which is claimed to bo vio- Â¬ lated reads as follows A person guilty of felony anywhere in tlio United States if found in tills State may bo arrested and confined iu jail and delivered ovor to tlio propor authorities in tho following manner A warrant issued by any judicial authority upon affidavit of tho facts shall authorizo his arrest by any minis terial officer or othor porson to whom it may bo directed by namo Tlio person arresting tlio accused shall immediately tako him before the Circuit Judge tlio Judgo of tho county court or tlio police judgo of a city in tho county in which ho was arrested who shall upon hearing tho ovidenco if satisfied of the guilt of the prisoner commit him to tho jail of the county where ho was ar- Â¬ rested there to remain sixty days unless he bo legally discharged or removed upon tho demand of tho oxecutivo of tho Stato or Territory in which it is charged that the offenso was committed This courso of law it is claimed was not conformed to but that Bates was arrested and thrown into jail and de prived of his liberty without warrant trial or investigation of any kind nnd kept there for more than thirty hours Without excusing Ben Bates for his crimo his family claim that his arrest was also a crimo and thoy nro resolved that the offenders shall bo punished Excellent legal talont has been employed and tho case will surely bo prosecuted to the oxtent of tho law Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Have Just What You Need Window Shades V In beautiful colors With patent rollers and Fixtures for only Y Cloverport to Hardinsburg whon tjireo at n house nearby attack Â¬ ed him Ho was severely bitten 011 tlio arms legs and body and would havo been killed had not help arrived The dogs wero savage but not rabid and tho boy though ho had to Is now about well recover from seven ugly gashes Mr Garrett was bo enraged when ttio thing occurred that ho Bhouldered his gun nnd went to the owners house and killed the dogs dogs belonging Changed Places Mr Sid Willlnghnm tho clever young gentleman who has beon night operator at tho shops for soveral mouths has been transferred to tho Texas olllco at Heu derson Jack Moorman a young man well known In Cloverport will como from the Henderson oflico and take Just cliargo of the ticker at tlio shops a change of places to tho mutual satisfac Â¬ tion of nil tho parties concerned A New Iron Bridge Tho L St L A T will commence this week to build a new iron railroad bridge The over Clover creek In this city wooden structure that is now spanning tlio stream is deemed insulllcient for the support of tho trafiii of tho road besides tho continuous repairs that aro neces Â¬ sary to keep it in a safe condition is an exti avngant expense Tlio building of the now bridge will not interfere with tho passing of trains II s Mrs R L Oelze Is Bead Mrs It L Oelzo died at tho Jonnio at about Casadoy Infirmary Louisvillo 5 oclock p 111 Monday Juno 25 This is n Bad death Mrs Oelzo nee Miss Sallio Neal of Danville Ky had only beon married tho short period of fivo months to Mr It L Oelze a prominent young business man of this city Soon after tlio marriago what promised to bo a long and happy wedded lifo was Im Â¬ paired by the falling health of the brido After some timo of Illness bIio was removed to Louisvillo with tlio hopo that by tho assistance of probably more learned medical aid than this city can afford her health would improve How ovor such proved not to be tho cose nnd alio passed away as mentioned abovo She was intorred nt Danville June 27 25 Cents at B F Beard Cos HARDINSBURG KY f Now is the time to get bargains We want to begin clobiug out our Spring Goods If you want a Bargain come now ANOTHERAT STRIKE a- - TT s a O IT - Jennie Keith Lusk At Home Mrs Jonnio Lusk and llttlo son of Quyendotte W Va arrived ono day last week to visit her parents Mr nnd Mrs J K Keith This is her first visit homo since her departure more than a yenr ago and sho will spond the remain- Â¬ der of the summer in Cloverport and at Hor health has been tho Tar Springs bad during part of her absence but is much Improved now it Carpets Carpets We will sell Carpets Mattings Mats Blinds Window Poles etc cheaper than any man Come quick before all the Guesses arc gone See our new line of Custom for the Dresser Clock and Toilet Set Made Ladies nnd Childrens Oxfords and remember we will sell our Spring and Summer Dress Goods under regular prices We want your Chickens Eggs Butter Wool and every thing tlm farmers raise We want the people to know that we want their Statement of Condition or the Bank of Hardinsburg INCOHXOHATED AT lIAJtUINSIIllllfl KY At the close ol bulne June 30th 1 4T8 S 697 17 68 4 97S 105 987 Now Is the Time To Buy Your Winters Supply of Coal I will sell you screened Lump coal from Falcon mines at 7Jo per bushel de Â¬ livered to all convenient coal houses within the city limits orders to bo for not lean than 100 bushels cash with Coal to be delivered in reason Â¬ order Nothing but spot cash with able time the order goes at this price It B PiKHCK fuu nvsi uiHiA it 91 wrttU UuulBeUM All liuM om w uptwr Iruil tukiu mmI WMM4 Mm kti iiowv ri mow HrrrftHH Good Business Men There is nothing on tho moss back order nbout the enterprising firm of Jacob A Moyqr Big Spring By referlng to our advertising columns it can readily bo seen that they aro merchants with modern business ideas Industry atten- Â¬ tion to the wants of their customers and fair dealing seem to be hewing out for them a path to success In business life Head their ad In this paper and be con vinced of the truth of their aaeertiona by giving them a veil Â¬ HKbOUItCKS Furniture and Fixture Hanking Home and Lot Oath In tafe and In other banki Stooki and Bondi Note and bill Total IIAUIUTIUS Capital Stock paid In In oaih Dtpoeltl Dlt ldaa No 7 July lit 4 per oeat Surplui and undlrlded profit Total 59 60 80 00 64 Wo are making some fine Tin Roofing Guttering Bucket Work etc now from the best Tin made We will make your Screen Doors Buckets and Windows and have them to order Come and see us we are always in the fight with cheap Cheap Goods and we can accommodate you with what you need Now do not forget this we are the men and the place for Good Quality reasonable prices nnd prompt attention With thanks for your many favors and your much kindness we are yours Old Reliable Store TIN WORK f 131 703 tl GUSTON KY J5 000 00 98 84148 1 004 00 8 841 08 70K SALE One 18 horie power baetlea Mflse m dwiMVpanT aw Ut and ose SurlagdeW tep 101 SALS Oa bey bone 15 hand Mtb welfbt abett pou MM U6MB for eee m m Heae good Meurity WW to mum 131 70S 63 rl Dr Prices Mt Perfect M4 CreMM BaklHf Powder Tooth brushes from 15c to 5oo at Kabbahs rater all fa J running order tut full BattUaU i write ta W WIMOKKtLiTvUMfMw i lad lt sAref awRji wt IhHM uma lX L Jtitomm wfi wwiiiyr aiirf iTKHie i HHXiKilMKillll njwfci rtfci o t - f 7 jBfv - 1 n rHBgJaaaattfiiB6a to dfrlfif NEWS Hi htii otvvP6M nail -- T KV - 1 na lV JiHfStt Tvrff tt3-fr r 1 f M 30th the name of our post office will be LODIBURG LONG BRANCH written with a little v thus Westvlew Weather hot items scarce Mr R A Pumphrey who hod his leg Items of interest are scarco at this broken so badly sometimo ago we are Hurrah for the News and Dave Mur- - writing glad to sayis improving rapidly and will ray Frankie Farlelgh of Louisville is vis- Â¬ soon be out again attending to his busi Â¬ You see them everywhere iting his uncle A Ditto Jr Mrs J F Clayeomb wo understand ness is convalescent A party of six younfc men of Loulsvillo Miss Essa Matthews was paid a visit by Miss Tuga Jordon was visiting Miss are camping on the farm of Win Ditto Dr II 0 Board dentist last week Bettlo Payne last week Miss Nellio McGehee spent Sunday in Result she now takes her bread baked Misses Bettlo Payne and Tuga Jordon Brandenburg with the Misses Lewis soft and wishes her feller may not wero visiting MIhh Bobble Hardin last Mrs W L Dooley Is visiting her couie to see her for a few weeks Friday daughter Mrs J II Sullivan in Ixniis- Tho fourth quarterly meeting of tho Mr Steve Kelams of Texas is visit- Â¬ vllle M E church South met at Mt Zlon the ing friends ami relatives in this neigh Little Iogan Fountain of Branden Ith Saturday and Sunday of last month IkhIhxxI BRANDENBURG BRECKENRIDGE NEWS burg spent last week with heraunt Mrs Revs Allen and Breeding delivered three Their sales attest their popularity Mrs Henry Gilxwn of Sarriplo was W C AIcGehee very ablo sermons Deferred from Inst week WEDNESDAY JULY 4 1894 visiting Mrs Henry Gibson ofthls place Misses Anna Fountatne and Mary Mc Major Fowler of Mt Sterling was A dog belonging to tho Rev Duff Farlarid and James Bickerstaff went Catalogue free at our agencies here last week Benjamin went mail last week He bit last Saturday or mailed for two 2 cent stamps Misses Georgia and Murny Bashnm down on tho excursion Thursday to a cow and made an attack on a man but Â¬ ltro Hagan preached to a large confailed to bite him when it was discover- Â¬ were visiting their sister Mrs ijitira Leavenworth gregation hero last Sunday Mr M A Myrls train dispatcher of ed to be a case of hydrophobia and the Hardin last week POPE MFd CO Uougli trinncll is in tho llig Ilend for animal was dispatched Mrs George Basham was visiting her tho L St L A T R R family and Boston New York Chicago Hartford a visit to his cousin Dr Gait W Booth aro boarding at Mrs A During tho passage of n shower of rain daughter Mrs Laura Hardin Inst Satur mother-in-laWhon And Where The Democratic Ditto Jr An excursion round trip on tho last week over our section lightning day and Sunday Owensboro is tho next social event struck a Mrs Gus Gibson of Cloverport was tree standing in the yard of Misses Edith Liver of Paris Nannie Sago Wrote Tho Declaration talked of Rev M D Pumphrey shocking the in Â¬ visiting hereon W II Gibson lost Sat Brashear of West Point and Virgil A fence is being put around the Cath Â¬ mates of the house badly and killed a urday and Sunday of Independence Rhodes of Brandenburg are expected to olic church and will bo a great improve- Â¬ hen and fifteen chickens that wcie in visit Miss Ella Hendrlck next week Most farmers are done setting tobacco ment the yard at the time About one half of a crop set on account Sufferers from chills and fever who Agent Cloverport Ky Gen Kelley gave us the go by but His Being Selocted to Write tho Mr Isaac Berman our little Jew ped- Â¬ of a scarcity of plants have used quinino as a remedy will neither friend nor foe raised a fuss at the dler has gono to Louisville to see his Mrs Thurman Smith was visiting her Papor Was Not Morely appreciate Ayers Ague Cure This cold shoulder mother who has just arrived from Ger- Â¬ parents Mr and Mrs Boh Cox at Har-Â¬ preparation if taken according to direct- Â¬ uaranieed to cure alnervousdlneases such as Weak Memory LossofUrala A young lady from Jeffersonville is many He and his father left her in the dinsburg last week ower Headache WeolneMJoit VunhotKlNlKti llf Knjlonj Neriou Accidental nets all drains and lonsor Dowerln Generative Oriraiis of either sex caused ions is warranted a sure cure Residents visiting Sister Cherry but her name 1 old country somo years ago and embark Â¬ brorerwhich I adynuthrul errors eicesslvoueof tobacco opium orstlm Mrs Walker Board of Holt was visit Â¬ in malarial districts Bhould not nlantj eiertlon tnlnflrmltr Cnmumntlnii or imanllr Can be carrledtn be with Â¬ did not learn ed to America to seek their fortunes ing her sister Mrs J F Clayeomb ono 1 per borHf orgs or mall prepaid wllhaSS order ws rest pocket out it ktveaY vrrltienatmrnnteeloriirenrrerund the nt ney Hold brail Charlton Ditto is visiting in Ijuisville Now she joins them to make Louisville or two days last week TWAS AN EVOLUTION Jdtatttt Ark font tare nnnihrr Writ for fre Medic nook sent Main nrxu sua in plain wraDWjr BkoaiuFor aale IIn Cloverport Ky by A AddreuNUVHKKlC0MasonloTeiupleaasao and lleall Grinnell is his supply at Mr their home n KlSllKlt and by C C MAIIT1N Druggists Miss Miirnie Hardin of Owensboro is Mission Meeting H C Woodsons Little Evans Cannon son of Ned Can- Â¬ visiting relatives and friends in this The Goshen Fifth Sunday Mission Misses Bertha Lewis and Pearle Ditto non of the firm of Cunningham CanUNION STAR Tho Declaration of Independence una neighborhood this week Meeting convenes at New Bethel church written by Thomas Jefferson nt some returned last Friday night from a pleas Â¬ non of Leltchlield who is visiting his Rev Frank Quinn of Louisville filled Breckenridgo county Kentucky Satur- Â¬ THE BEST grand father Rev M I Pumphrey met his regular appointment time between the 11 and 28th of June ant stay in Louisville Our little town is very dull almost 8QUEAKINGL at Walnut day July 28th 1894 at 1000 oclock a with a very painful accident last Tues Â¬ Grove last Saturday 1770 monotonous no energy no enterpriseno A lot of our best people took the It mis completed on the -- Stli m and Sunday 5 CORDOVAN which fell on Friday and presented to excursion last Thursday to Ix avunuortli day while riding a horse to water FRtNCHi ENAM EliED CALT The pretty girls 110 gallant beaux but hold IIKMIIIAM Mr and Mrs Nelson Jolly of Sample 43ynNECALftoNGAM horse he was riding bit at another stand Â¬ congress by its author on the morning of and all spent a pleasant day on some of the girls might see this then Dcvntlnnnl exercises ami org mlratlon K were visiting his sister Mrs Nancy B Address ol welcome 33P0LtCE3SoLl3 woo be unto me and too I am domiciled that day To the curious it affords Miss Ella Flaherty and sister came in ing at one side which caused it to kick Hardin last Saturday and Sunday Itlchard AdMstonJr another illustration of tho distinction of and took the excursion to Leavenworth striking the boy on the knee and fractur- Â¬ somewhere within the marble halls of Mrs Nancy B Hardin who has been Itesponsc by Samuel T Dcjernctte ing the bone He seems to oe recover Â¬ Friday In American history It was on lost Thursday on the Sunshine this Eden on earth and it behooves me 2J7BOYSSCH00lSH0S The Sunday School as a factor In church work ing from the wound but it is wry pain Â¬ very sick for the past two or three weeks Friday that Columbus Hailed out of tho W II ItutledBeJ U Ward as a law abiding citizen and home loving LADIES Mrs Anderson nee Annie Taylor of we aro glad to knowis slowly improving Are the heathen saved without the gospel ful harbor of 1alos in search of a new mule child though not a weo little fellow to rvansville 1ml is hero to visit Mrs M Washburn Duncan give my homo and home people a little to tho Indies It was on Friday morn Â¬ jiiiss reari uidsou 01 uioverjxm was A yens Ague Cure is warranted to cure bMU f VK A ALUQUL Upon whom rests the hurden nfglinfrthe goipel ing that ho caught sight of the low coral John Frakes and Mrs Taylor Haynes visiting her brother W HGiljson and pufTin our much loved county paper WLDOUCLAS to the hcilhcn r all malarial disorders when taken ac Miss Sanders a lino vocalist came BROCKTON MASS reefs of Watling island It una on the BhkckenhiihIk News and you know II H WhltcJ N Inch cording to directions Sold by all dealers other relatives in this neighborhood last Yon can enve nionrr by purchasing W 1 Dougln rjhoea The Christian law concerning giving fur the we are always so well pleased to see our week Friday that the Declaration of Indeixjnd down on tho excursion and was enter- Â¬ in medicine Because we are the largest manufacturers of support of the gospel enco was set on its passage through tained by her friend Mrs John Frakes name In print that wo will take it shoes in the world and guarantee I think all farmers faces ought to bo AC Capcrton J Armstrong down rather than not to see it upside advertisedby which protectsname and price on the value Mrs Stokes little daughter Bertha congress It was on Friday and the day at all the bottom stamping the you against high wreathed in smiles such weathef as this IRVINGTON Tho Goshen Mission Board will trans Â¬ Our shoes is still remembered with grief by thou Â¬ and Mrs Hofferman of Louisville spent iow 1 win oegin ami serve up our prices and the middlemans profits fitting and Crops are looking well and hard times act in style easy their business at such time during merchants first Richardson McGloth equal custom work We have them aold every sands that Abraham Lincoln died a last Thursday with Mrs Clios Moremen wearing qualities are past The cold hand of want and the session as may Mrs Dr Henderson is a guest at Sara- than suit their conven- Â¬ Ian are the cleverest men on earth if you where at fower prices for the value given your martyr to the exalted principles immor- Â¬ Co have improved their toga Place Teakel any other make Take no substitute If the pale lips of famine will never visit ience dealer cannot supply you we can boiu oy tally set forth by Jefferson 8 years ago business house on East Main immensely once get on the right side of them but Dr Helm is down from Lexington to the American people Preaching on Sunday under the direc S L SULZEB Clovorport Ky Jefferson was then 53 years of age Quite city if you please with the stylish Quito a crowd gathered at Walnut tion of the pastor and deacons of New you will have a hard hunt for that and see his children He came from a family of tho middle glass fronts think more than once that they have no C M McGLOTHLAN CO Mrs Robin is visiting her three aunts Grove lost Sunday It being the funeral Bethel church right side beforo you get there see if you class in Virginia as did Washington Union Star Ky Father Herbuth had moss last Sunday in the neighborhood service of Mr Marvel Jordon conducted W V Harrell J Com Henry Marshall and Madison He morning at oclock dont They aro all right though Call then left for Clover by Rev Quinn Those from a distance JOS uuggius became related to tho Ilantlolnhs by port to assist in the ceremonies of and see them it will do you good Miss Iula Lewis of Louisville is a laying were Mr Gus Gibson and famllyClover marriage There is our good old Dr Milner now but tho proud old fam Â¬ tho corner stone of the Catholic church guest at Summer Seat Circle Meeting port Mr and Mrs Joe Robertson or ilies of tho Old Dominion looked up at that place understand I dont mean to insinuate at Dr Dugan a well known specialist of Preston Messrs Nick Norton and Tom The circle meeting of the Blackford all on him as an upstart and a levcler foi I love every child of earth but Louisville is here summering McCoy and Miss Mary Norton Garfield Association will meet with Hdpowell Miss Knte Flaherty of Flaherty is They never sympathized with his Dem Milner is the most Useful highly respect Â¬ Mr and Mrs Harry Knapp left last Mr and Mrs Nelson Jolly Mr and Mrs church Breckenridgo county the 5th spending tho week with Miss Annie ocrotic ideas At the time of writing able and sensatlve man in our town A week for an extended tour of tho West Henry Gibson Mrs Albert Bennett Mr Sunday in July 1894 and Saturday pre- Â¬ Capital Stock 25 000 the Declaration Jefferson was lodging as Bondurant Misses Ella Flaherty Katie true iustanco where flue dress and Mr Helt is preparing to build It and Mrs Jas Jolly and Mr anil Mrs ceding at 10 oclock Surplus 87 600 ho records in a letter written nearly 60 Foushee Edith Craycroft Messrs Frank haughty bearing does not make tho man Broomlleld Sample We think 1ltOflRAM years later in the house of a Mr Groaf Brown and Dick Burnett visited Miss seems that our town is on a little boom Pomp He has been the servant and friend of Duty of churches to pastors D F DKARD President Mr G T Marshal will soon have an Rov Quinn preached one of tho most n young bricklayer situated on the south Annie this week W McOanlel K Jolly tho poor as well as the rich aid all feel WILL MILLKR Vice President I prcsumo some of tho town people imposing store house on West Main St appropriate sermons wo ever had the Puty of pastors to churches sido of Market street probably between that they aro under many obligations to M II BEARD Cashier pleasure of listening to He is one of C II Coleman I Ilurdette A V Seventh and Eighth streets Ho will take the excursion to Louisville on the doctorand be goode Mrs W J Piggott has returned to ho kiiows it O W BKARD St Johns Day and will see Americus f Hardinsburg after a pleasant visit to the best aud most eloquent speakers we What mians can u preacher best use to secure a thought that it was tho cornerhouse and Just over on the corner is our hotel MORRIS KSKKIDUK 1l pastorate Dire tor havo had to fill the Walnut Grove pulpit posterity has approved the idea by at the auditorium If this torrid weather friends and relatives keeper Mr Dick Cox an all over good R M JOLLY W II OhamJ Wllrlstow for several years continues you had better robe airy fellow nnd ho will give you a Fquare bronze memorial tablet on the Systematic giving Mr Spillman of North Carolina gave INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS The other evening as Mr Birl Robbins II WMorton It T Uruner orth wall of the national bank since fairy order a batch of palm fans and a most instructive talk to the meal and all that you can drink at the Sunday was slowly meandering his way lie ft means of raising mission money prepare to enjoy it gracefully naturally home erected on tho spot where the Graaf bar and will wait upon you Just as nice School last Sunday II T Crow W II Swope and agreeably from church never once dreaming of liouso stood as pie but will most invariably ask you to j Can the heathen be saved without the gospclf Messrs John and Marvel Bewley are ghosts hobgoblings spooks wizards or Tho Sunshine brought down an excur- Â¬ In that house Jefferson rented the II D Ilurch 1 I Rice step outside before givlrig vent to the Park Obesity Iills will reduce your Weight on the sick list We hopo to hear of witches when all at once there appeared Can prolessed Christians be saved and not send PEHMANKVrLY from 13 a second floor consisting of a parlor and sion from Bro Buck Overtons church sweet thoughts that surge In your soul I0 STAItVIMJ ickness to 15 poundsNO month or Injury POB the gospel to the heathensf right in the road before hiin a great LIC1TV They build up the health and boun Methodist last Thursday Bro Over- Â¬ their improvement very soon bedroom and in that parlor says ho and you so long to tell somebody ty the complexion Icavlnif NO WHINKLKS or W II Uruner C II Phillips Miss Ellen McGehee has returned white object Birls hairbegan to bristle I wrote habitually and in it wrote this ton was a pupil of Mr Culley hero about Well Mr Editor 1 will not consume flabbln ss STOUT ABDOMENS and dllhcult Prime object of Sabbath choolf breathing surely relieved NO EX PUUAIENT 58 I reckon and was one of the most from Louisville where she has been at- Â¬ up and all stand the wrong way yet paper particularly space by telling veryinlichaboiitAuthbr II V Uruner W B Clark but a scientfnc and positive relief adopted only thinking he bad as well advance as re- Â¬ All order supplied The choice of Jefferson to writo tho promising young men in our school and tending the public schools Ministers not assigned subjects will Carlt and Gebrgo this time sufllce to say after jears of experience direct from our office Price joo per pac aire Mr Jim Smith is the hustler of the treat he went on to further investigate prepare one of their own choice paper was not accidental The course of today ranks foremost in tho Ixmisville two of the number have lately gotten or three Dickipeh for ltcn hv mall rvnctaf7i Testimonials and particulars sealed acts events led to his selection witli the pre Methodist Conference A good many town You can see him making a when tho object parted orie half Vanish Â¬ R T BitUMEK Chairman Com wives All Correspondence Strictly Confidential ing into tho woods the other sinking all cision of fate At tho time when he from Louisville took advantage of the move at all hours day or uight PARK REMEDY CO Boston Mass Last fall I was taken with a kind of Wed wrote tho Declaration tho idea of Ameri Â¬ excursion and came down to spend a few Is homo from St Josephs in n heap on tho ground Burl Ventured Morris Jolly SWeet Restorer up to see what was left wlien lo and summer complaint accompanied with can independence was scarcely six hours with friends here Inflrmery where ho has been under behold thero lay a sack of corn with no a wonderful diarrhu a Soon after my months old Tho history of government treatment and is improving rapidly WEST VIEW one to claim It We suppose the thing wifes sister who lives with us was INSOMNIA CONSTIPATION AND affords no finer illustration of tho evoluCone tho popular traveling Mr John that was conveying BurlB corn lo some taken in the samo way Wo used al- Â¬ tion of an idea than in that of the idea RHEUMATISM salesman has retired from tho road and secret place Master Virgil Roberta is sick became frightened at tho most eveiythlng without benefit Then of American independence Tho anglo gono into business in Owensboro Well unexpected meeting with the owner of I said let Us try Chamberlains Colic UItE WITH TIIK A fine rain fell here last Monday Saxon is not born a political conspirator miss you Johnie tho corn so ho became mystified evapo-Â¬ Cholera mid Diarrhwa Remedy which He thinks out tho state invites his Mr Seth E Richardson of Ekrou was Tho Tennis Club is well attended and rated and passed away we did and that cured us right away I fellow citizens to con eno with him in here last week heartily enjoyed They will begin their Truth is stranger than flctidn Wd think much of it as it did for me what it open discussion and tiiero obedient to S M Henninger made a flyini trin to sories of entertainments soon Tho havo a man in our neighbdrhooM that was recommended todo John Herlzler parliamentary forms ho reduces his Lcitchllold last week Care Party is now much talked killed orie hog He sells inert rind buys Bethel Berks Co Pa 25 and CO cent I am delighted witli tho Electropbfse thoughts iu orderly manner in a written M M Cundiffwentto Hardin county bottles for sale by A It Fisher Clover-Â¬ It has cured me of rheumatism insomnia Miss Emily Munford has purchased Hour raises no tobaccd yet sells tobacco instrument which ho submits to tho last week on business several lots of Dr Bewley and will erect If yoil are a tobacco chewer call on him port Ky and Klncheloe Meador Co and constipation Have also found it ef-Â¬ considerate judgment of mankind Such Wheat harvest is about over anil the a handsome residence soon Come on and he will accoinmoUate you though Hardinsburg Ky fective in croup and bilious colic Noth Â¬ was tho history of tho Declaration of good people this is what makes 11 good he would have Jo go ten or fifteen miles ing would tempt me to part with the lit- Â¬ Independence It had Ha origin in tho yield is said to bo fairly good Ky Gnesi for 91000 to get It Very accommodating man ho Zeko Rhodes of Hardinsburg tle instrument I sometimes call it tired Anglo Saxon mind and character Its was town is so thinks Mr Gibson when ho tries seen in our town one day last week restorer ideas aro generic with the race lliila The Weekly Courier Journal lias an natures Often when Why is it that we only seo Mr Wor adelphiu Press nduhced another of its popular guessing tired after somo unusual exertion I use Mrs Press Hunter mother of Mrs S land Carter passing through town now to force his dog on him contests taking the temperature at Lou- Â¬ it for an hour arid feel afterward as and then Well he cant help it if M Henninger is visiting hero this week NEW BETHEL GARFIELD lsvillo during tho month df August as though I had taken a tonic Yours truly there is attraction in another direction Undo Harrison Henninger and wife Mrs FKANK LOOKETT the basis One thousand dollars in cash aro visiting in tho Forks of Rough this Luck to you Mr Carter Mrs Mary Barnes is on the sick list will be given free as presents to the new Wheat harvest is over in this section week Henderson Ky Tho Missionary Meeting bore last Fri SIIOIITIIAND and PUN1IANSIIIP Mrs Juda Squires is on the sick list or old renewing subscribers who guess day was of great importance and well Mr Will Hook has tho contract to re Â¬ We have recently prepared nooks on the above Mr Will II Henninger and wifo spent especially adapted to Home Study the hottest day at Louisville during attended Tho essays wero unusually now Sent on paint Freedona church DANCE 60 days trial last Sunday with Mr uud Mrs C Roy- Â¬ good Hundreds have been benefited and well rendered It gavo the hundreds of dollars by ordering our publications Our good Lord blessed us with one August and give tho closest guess to tho Mr Robt Bell has gone to see his sick alty Youf The Elcctropolso makes the patient Why notyou later decide to highest temperature the Weather Dureau people n now Idea of China and the more good rain Should mother at Lebanon junction enter our College uev iM Jiasliam lined ins regular ap great work being conducted in thermometer will reach on that day dance for joy that this Annoying and you would receive credit for the amount paid that Harvesting is tho leading industry for Inurwees by our method of teaching book Mr James Tabor and son are building pointment at tho O P church lost Sun Â¬ The subscription price of the Weekly serious disease has been cured keeping is equal to 13 weeks by the old plan heathen land abo much food for future tho present time in this vicinity Mr Enoch Norton u fine house day Mp little girl had an attack of St Vitus Pokilinim uuruiileod under certain con Courier Journal is fl a year Each thought and labor Thero was a repre unions ncnu tor our roe Illustrated OS pave There are some extra wheat crops in guess must be accompanied by ono Mr Burl Beard was in Town Saturday Mr 0 C Weymoth traveling sales- Â¬ sentation of a Chinese foot exhibcted a year Â¬ Dance last year and by careful attention catalogue and state your wants Address U V lJrauithon lrest Draughona Practical shaking hands with his many friends ly subscription No newspaper publish Â¬ and medical treatment was relieved still lluslness Culleie and School nr hhnihni man for II Wedekind A Co was here queer object indeed Every one should this and the surrounding country Mrs Mary Barnes and daughter Jen- Â¬ ed in the United States has been so her health was not good and the attack Telegraphy Nashville Tenn II Tearhrirmn Mr James Nicholas and wife visited last week see it There will be another meetingat oiuucuta tnc Kntcr nie wero in Cloverport shopping last lilieral to Its subscribers or has ollercd returned this spiing N n We gaVo the arty time vueuu siouru vacation Miss Laura Sipes last Saturday and Sun Â¬ Rev F R Roberts is treating his some future date 1500 cash for all vacancies as book keepers Saturday such liberal prizes to secure now sub- Â¬ Electropoiso a trial and it gave her great tenoKranhers teachers clerks etc reported to day Tho Sunday School of this placo is dwolling to n new coat of paint and Brother Dugglns filled his regular ap scribers as the Courier Journal During benefit curing her quickly and her us provided we fill same now juuneni over me prospects ot a Rov George Morris and family visited paper Second Saturday and the past eighteen months it lias given health is better than usual We are very Mr and Mra Will Dowell Saturday and Wo understand that our trustees havo handsome library- - The movo has been pointment here tho away in presents absolutely free 17400 much pleased with ita effects Mr A It Sunday not employed a teacher for tho fall term on foot for some timo and tho persistent Sunday efforts of many will soon be crowned Sunday School at New Bethel every in money not to mention such premium Jones and his wife have received great Miss Lola Norton is expected home of school yet SOLICITING FOR with success Miss Sallie Harris of Sunday evening at 4 oclock All are articles as sewing machines watches benefit from tho use of the Electropoiso from a long visit to her brother George Wo understand Mr Will Skillman has Yours truly O II WUKPII Y guns etc This in spite of the business Loulsvillo who is indeed a friend to this welcome to attend in California the contract for teaching the fall term of Madlsonvllle Ky movo has generously donated a baud Rev I C Argabright will preach at uepression mat is leu as mueit or more Mr Burnoy Carman of Custer passed school at Buraa AND somo book caso and many volumns for New Bethel the third Sunday evening in newspaper offices than in any other through Town from the Hurned picnic The now firm of Durham A Son gen- Â¬ same iho buncJay bcliool collected at 4 and there will also ben Sunday business The Weekly Courier Journal A GREAT FUTURE Saturday evenlngenroutu home eral merchants here seem to be doing a 15000 Our people can now enjoy a School organization at 2 oclock has just announced the lucky guessers in 01 Clifton Mills what is the matter fairly good business THIS IS NO HUMBUG From what I havo seen of iho Electro- Â¬ rare feast We seek knowledge as we Thero will be if not provldenclally its May rainfall contest There were 222 with you cant you pen a few lines Mr Win L Matthews and his son would wealth because it constitutes the hindered a Baptist MissI6nary meeting of these guessers distributed over the poiso I think it a good thing and am nextweok Wo all took an interest in Joe E paid his aged parents living at true wealth of mind and wo can never at Bethel on the fifth Saturday In July States of Alabama Arkansas Kentucky suro it lias a great future BIG PAY TO THE RIGHT reading tho California letter last week Ruth a visit last week be bankrupt in intellectual luxuries and also services onSunday J D KEEVES There will Texas Tennessee Mississippi Indiaua Headquarters BOWLINQ GREEN KY Write us h fow lines from Nebraska Miss Rena Roberts closed her summer while we posBcss it Owensboro Ky bo dinner on the ground Saturday All Virginia Missouri Louisiana Illinois please Iowa Ohid Pennsylvania Nebraska term of school here lost Friday The My little boy was very bad off for two are invited to attend Indian Territory Michigan South Caro- Â¬ For a short wlillo only tho Electro Â¬ patrons wero well pleased months with dlarrluia We used var BALL TOWN X of H Officers lina South Dakota West Virginia New poiso will be reuted for two months for Carter salesman for Warren ious medicines alsocalled in two doctors Mr J 0 Tho following odlctifs were elected at York California Florida Washington 560 Miss Alice Brlckey who has been sick Doll A Co spent Saturday and Sunday but nothing done him any good until wo tho last meeting of Valley Lodge No anil Oklahoma No better indicator of For particulars address the guest of Mr E McDavIos used Chamberlains Colic Cholera aud for some timeIs better They say we are to havo a now school Diarrhuco Remedy which gave immed 2778 Cloverport Ky forJjfieteVm end the circulation of the Weekly Courier Mr Thomas Keenan is yery low at liouso this full This is something 04 Ed iQjflgPry dictator Journal could be had than this list that iate relief and soon cured him I lug Dec 31 Long Brick House this writing Dj Wnt V Sample copies of the paper with full de 509 FoUrth Ave Geo J GeUeudanBiwrWv Louisville Ky has Leon needed badly for sometime consider it tho best medicine made and AaL D II W8taderi D O W tails and blank may be had by sending Mrs Alina Iatos funeral will be Miss MHttio Pumphrey who has been can conscientiously recommend it to all Perkins a request ou a postal card Address preached the third Sunday at Clover teaching school near Hardinsburg closed who need a dlarrlm a or colic medicine Sattertleld Rep J M Br II T R B II Weekly Courier Journal LnulHvlll kv KY FofrSfile Tr6ttiHfrBi4a Stalllbn M Allen 0 G L The contest closes July 31st Creek her term last Saturday aud returned settle the business of the company Aber J E Hare Trenton Tex 25 and 60 HayneeTreasJ Taul S ditn 6t4t vjll b sold to the hlKheAbWder Desires to twe all the tolmoo cent bottles for sale by A R FUher Wilkerson G Nat Messrs George Taul and M E Ham home lMlKtwJij yiMiM P m Jl Is a bay 9 We want a daily mall at this place in Â¬ Cloverport Ky and Klncheloe Meador laoo church at Hickory Lick bleton attended Something nobby In ladles purse at Dr Prlce4 Crtum Bakbsg Pewtfer Ateraefthe by iCysdyks Jbs Was sired ifarnwa of till mad surrounding ItimbltonlanVaBa stead of trl weekly as now After June A Co Hardinsburg Ky his Dam by Lexington Chief JOK BLANU Sunday W fMa Pah- Htgfcwt Award Babbagea ooontry Juan jUi 180a Highest of all ui Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report J Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Â¬ Columbia Bicycles I f JEFFERSON rrw JM MANHOODRESTOREDIrr - u Â¬ W L Douglas 3 SHOEk H JI JBSFor I Â¬ 1 BANK Â¬ HAEDIUrSBUEG 3 -- R fc I ft FAT 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