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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - S 3f rj vfci THE BRECKEMRIDGE NEWS VOL XVIII Al 1 CLOVEEPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY But when wo lmvo done our littlo part t lien there is no more required of us God governs and directs all tilings Let us work simply where he has put us willingly as unto Him We visited several largo towns At one of these we took a walk through thn htreet They were narrow and filthy and the housts low and old As we walked n crowd of hooting naked hoys ran after us The rough looking fellows standing beforo the stores and on the corners laughed at us and somo culled us devils As wo proceeded the crowd incieascd yelling hooting running by us and stopping in front to stare in our faces creating a hubbub on the street One almost naked fellow nearly grown ran up to me nnd stuck his faco right up to mine and leered at me I must con Â¬ fess ton feeling which if I had followed would lmvo landed my fist on his noso anil sent him against tho neighboring wall lfolt that a crowd of wicked de Â¬ mons was about us Wo got back to our inn safely and were glad to escape the noise I dont supposo there was any real danger as they looked at us much as ono would an African baboon This town was tho worst I struck It is noted for its extensive whisky manufacturing Brethren steer clenr of whisky We were nt n largo town in a beautiful valley about sixty miles front here when Brother Bostic rejoined us and told us that ho lad received word from Herring and King that all of us wero wanted for a consullation as to going further west Wo nrrhod here at Pingtu last Wednes Â¬ day having been away fourteen days on our trip Brother King brought word that there is a beautiful V shaped valley bpjond the mountains westward from here which they thought would bo an excellent field for us all This alloy only has three Episcopalian missionaries in it It is filled with populous towns and cities and opens toward the great heart of the empire It is about 300 or more miles inland from Chefoo though Chefoo is still our post ofllco as China has no postal sjstem We have decided to go there Herring and Blalock go to u the great city of King and League go to Mung Yin and Dr Craw- Â¬ ford and I go to Lai Woo Ill tell you more of it later Brother Bostic and Miss Fannie Knight will stay here a littlo yet I feel that you ure praying for me as I go out into an unknown untried region where Jesus is not known May tho Grace of God bo with you always in all things Will not many of you writo Sincerely Yours tome W U Crocker do Tai-aw-t- JULY 18 1894 NO 52 rk CHINAJOWNSi Rov Crockor Writes Another teresting Lottor to His Irvington Brothren His In- Â¬ And Vividly Describes Experl encos in Oriontal Homos and Inns PREACHIHG THE GOSPEL April - i Iinotu CitKKro I 0 China 0 1891 To TIIK CHURCH OK inVISOTOV My tloar bretlireii mul staters ngnin 1 greet you Tinio litis swiftly sped nwny I try nnd mnny tilings lmvo happened In this to tell you some things about my ilret trip on n preaching tour in China Your musnKcs and remembrances lmvo Leon a constant source of help to me hero In this land whero sympathy Is bo I want your love your prayers senrce your sympathy as much as I want your money or more I feel always that 1 am not ttlono lit my work here for 1 have you and our common Master with me I am glad you are going to study China and I send you a small paper May tlie Lord guide you to learn so as to really love tin so poor people When we do for them all wo can then God will do the rest M health continues pood and all 1 my wants are abundantly supplied lmvo heard from your quarters payment but It has not yet reached ino 9th of April I have received some from other churches and I have receipted the church for the face value of tho check that is the same amount they forwarded from tho church treasury God lias been good to me aid all of us all the timo and everything has moved smoothly and pleasantly Hut now I must tell you of my trip A NICI11T WITH A HIC1I CHINAMAN A large open Â¬ in the court completely ing is made through oho of the buildings into tho sU eet and on oither side of this opening lives the linjl master who can see all who go in and tmo out On one side of the court is a shed with troughs for tho animals On tlfo other two sides nrp tho rooms Tot gucdts Then looms lmvo mjlrt lloor lmvo absolutely r no furniture cxtviit n table n rough bench n brick bed with a straw mat on it and plenty 6f soofobwebsbugs leas scorpions and various little animals that might bo expected to lake upthelrabodo in a room which has never a cleaning is occupied by all sorts of folks and has a initio court for its yard There is no back part but vou must come and go through carts uheelharrows mud nnd in close proximity to mule heels Thero is senrcoly any privacy to bo had for if you shut the door they tear tho paper from tho windows nnd peep in and if your door is open crowds bolt right into the middle of tho room spit on tho lloor and bring mud on their shoes and staro at on and examine everything that is tho least bit curious asking usually so mo foolish question If they wish to be specially friendly they smoke Often they hao eaten onions or garlic and then they smell Most of those who como into inns this way aro dirty beyond my power of description One day one fellow sat there unconcernedly nnd opening his garment began to hunt for an unmentionable little creature which ho found along the seams of his dirty dress Tho Chinese know very little about being by Wltoii they go1 Into these UicmsoUen iirinslheycroyd in like cattle in a pen Souio inns aro better than 6thcrsbut the best aro such as ntoH of you would scarcely etioy visiting Â¬ VIEWS OF DEATH Doaih Comos To All Aliko Whothor Wo Livo in Fino oltho window nnd read tho Arabian Nights Talcs as our daily food But wo may venturo to declare that tho universe is not crooked The crook is in us Wo daro to assort also that Christian- Â¬ ity witlt its warning to live honestly because thero is another life in which wo must gIo an account of ounwlvos contains the highest spiritual truth tlmt the mind of man ever contemplated The kernel of corn which produces an ear of corn is truo corn Tho applo seed bONT ACCEPT which produces an appln trco is a truo THE PROCTER a QAM OLE CO CINTU seed The idea which develops all the noblest qualities of manhood is a true idea We judge from results and it is 1 1 1JkTTT t safe to do so With the spirit of Christ in your heart and tho principles He announced in your lifo you aro ready for any fato WE ARE Your days come nnd go bearing in tholr f arms whatever experience God sees fit to SOLE AGENTS send and when the last ono has been IN THIS COUNTY counted you lie down saying It is not tho end but the beginning Death FOR THE SALE rings your bell and you bid him wel Â¬ come for ho is only tho doorkeeper who OF THE ushers you across tho threshold of the present into the palaco of etornity New York Herald Palaces or Poor Huts 99 Ho Is tho Doorkooper Who Ushers roooPURE IMITATIONS y Us Across tho Throshold of the Presont into Etornity IT IS NOT A ttttvt mTfr tt irw Tr Tyyyyr r- yy v t t t VI THE END If therefore tliou limit not watch I will come on thee as a thief unit thou halt not Know what hour t will conto upon thee ltevclalion tii3 f swy Tho death of President Carnot furnish Â¬ es us with a very serious topic for consideration this morning For our present purposo wo may ignore tho fact that he was the loved and hon- Â¬ ored Chief of the French Republic and that ho was tho worthy representative of an ancient family whoso record of probity and courage is unbroken These serve to lend an added emphasis to tho incident but the impreRslvo truth is that Death steals upon us unawares witlt slippered feet and that neither wealth nor ancestry will stayjhls hand for a single instant He comes to all alike and it makes no difference to him whether the person for whom ho holds a summons lives in a palace amid the elegant surroundings which sometimes make life tho moro desirable or iu tho hovel whero tho only guests aro want and hunger Death noer yet took n bribe Ho always achieves his purposo without hesitation It matters nothing to him whether tho body from which he has wrenched a soul lies in Btatc in tho midst of a mourning populace or is cheaply coffined and carried to an ob- Â¬ scure corner of some country churchyard He is an inexorable creature and when he says come you instantly lay aside your work however important it may seem to be whisper a few hasty farewells and then your tearful friends remark with bated breath Ho has gone Tho strango part of it all is that you cannot reckon on a year or a month or even a day with anything like certainty You must bo ready for this imisible messenger at all times If therefore thero is anything in philosophy or relig ion which will give you quietude and serenity of mind you must possess your- Â¬ self of it at onco and hold it for an emer- Â¬ gency It is wortlt moro to you than riches for riches have a way of deserting you in the pinch of fate Tito fact that you are worth millions does not give you comfort wlten you aro in extremit neither do you find consolation in the honors you ltavo won or in tho high position which jou must vacate The stoic of olden timo ground his teetlt when Death knocked at his door Ho met the conqueror with gilm defi- Â¬ ance and surrendered with a shrug of tho shoulders He summoned whatever indifference ho could command and died with a scowl on his face It was bettor so than to cringo in cowardly fashion and we cannot refrain from a certain degreo of admiration for tho man who belloved in nothing and yet took whatever came without a groan That brutal bravery is worthy of imitation if wo can get no nobler view of the subject Tho agnostics of to day are the lineal descendants of these ancient Stoics Thoy must needs cling to life for it is all they will ever have To give it up is tho gravest misfortune but still a mis- Â¬ fortune which must be met in a manly way The future is eternal darkness for body and soul disintegrate and resolve themselves into natural forces as a tree does when It is riven by lightning or as a house does when it is consumed by fire There is nothing lo look forward to and when Death comes he Bimply takes the record of your years and throws it into the wasto basket ot the universe The agnostic does right to live with all his might and if ho lives recklessly we can scarcoly blamo him for in the last analysis we must admit that if this life is all it is foolish to examine too closely into the character of our pleas-Â¬ ures Tho fact that they aro pleasures ought to satisfy us and a short life that is merry is better than a long lifo that is omblttered A lew years more or less count lor nothing and if we can enjoy ourselves who cares what it may cost others It is logical and consistent to get what wo want without regarding too closely tho way of getting it Thero is another way of looking at the matter however Yon may tell us it you plcaso that Christianity is a tifsuo ol tables and legends but the rf ply is that a fable which makes a man moro manly is better titan a truth which makes a man cowardly If tho world is sp constituted that a legond or a false Â¬ hood accepted in good faith will enable us to endure the ills ofjlifo with serenity ot temper ant dio with a smile on our lips whilo the truth makes us cold and hard and selfish then by all means lot us abandon the truth and adopt the false Â¬ hood We may posslbjy wonder how the universe got into such crooked shape bu it that is its shape we must make the beet qt things as we find them and jf the Arabian Nights Tales are practically worth more than the propositions of Euclid we dq well to throw Kuolid out 1 ELECTROPOISE Two Months Bent 500 A limited number of instruments will be rented at this noinial prico simply as an advertisement You can not afford to miss this opportunity it has never been mado before and will not last long See advertisement elsewhere Address DuBois Webb Louisville Ky I Quality and Purity ROSETTA Miss Lillio Ritchie Big Spring is vis- Â¬ iting her sister at this place Mrs Elvira Babbage is hero to spend quite awhile with hor daughter Mrs E Taylor Mr Willis Hardin sold ono hundred of his Iambs to Mr Mark Carter Vine Grove this week Easy easy now Rosettas tlmo for a wedding next and from tho signs of tho time sho is going to have one too Fonza feipes not being satisfied with ono head lias three fact those of our readers being incredulous come nnd see Wo aro much obliged to thoLedger for giving us such n nice conspicuous place in its columns Rosette to tho foro every time MissSallie Mitcham has returned from Louisville whero she has spent a pleas Â¬ ant week with her sister Miss Lucy Stitlt A protracted meeting began at tho Church the second Sunday Their paa- tor will bo assisted by brother Love from Vine Grove Quite a largo congregation was out Sunday Miss Mattio Slaton has returned home from a six weeks visit among friends at Louisvillo and New Albany bringing with her several of her cousins to stay awhile in tho country Heber Roberts is canvassing this part of the county this week in the interest of a Chicago house selling a double map one side representing the United States whilo the reverse side represents tho for- Â¬ eign countries MessersJos Mitcham Jos and Joe Beatly accompanied by tho Misses Sipes TItYINO TO IliKACIl A wealthy chinaman was visiting in Iingtu just before wo started on our preaching tour and as ho lived in a town about thirty miles on the way wo intend Â¬ ed to go ho invited us to visit him Wo J it r reached his town about four oclock in of course first drove into an inn I noticed just by tho side of the inn door as we were going in two fellows working with a big black hog which had just been killed Tho hogs hero are all black lmvo long flap ping ears long coarse hair nnd bristles and have a general lank lenn flabby appearance 1ork is not so good as is to be found on your tables I was curiour to know what they were doing nitlithis hog They had him upon bench nnd ouo fellow had hold of one of his hind legs blowing in a slit in the skin the other was beating the back and sidesi with a stick The hog seemed to be bloated I found they were blowing him up They fill liis veins with water and then sell him by weight Water is cheaper than meat In tho court yard of the inn a crowd at onco gathered around us Presently our friend canto with bis servant and our goods was conveyed into his house A chinamans house 1ms some differences from yours It is always enclosed by a wall tho buildings are only orie story high and are built of brick and mud tho finer ones covered with tiles tho less fine by straw Inside tho walls which enclose tho buildings frequently there are small open courts where sometimes trees grow and sometimes flowers Wo entered one of these littlo courts and from it entered the guests room a low long room with various articles of furni Â¬ ture irv it Tho floor was of stone and tho roof was tho ceiling Tho chairs wore of largo size and always set by tho side of a table Tho chairs by1 the sido of tho tablu opposite tho door are the scats of honor Wo were made to sit in these as honored guests presently a din ner was brought in and served in natlv style on a bare table polished clean an blight nnd wo ate with chop sticks ouf of bowls which sat in the center of the table Our faro was a bowl of fish a bowl of pigs feet eggs and pome pork with jbread and millet soup It was good We brought our own bedding as wasexpected by the host We spent the night very pleasantly our host doing all he could to make us comfortable Wo did not eat with tho family ond did not see any ladles of tho house A littlo girj peeped u at tbb window aJljUl while Mpthor wlfo Blsterdaughtor aro not honored names like they aro at home The poor woman has to endure and suffer Nothing can rave die poor women of China but the gospel of Jtmis ho ieiL noxi morning iur a city auoui M Item wo Btoppc j abput H niIes away lour tinys preaching to tho crowds tlmt Wo stopped in a CHMie the evening and Â¬ interested iu watching the arious types of men Ilint came hit Some were curious some conceited sonic jolly and wanted to have a pleasant chat with tho foreign- Â¬ Some seemed serious nnd some er asked intelligent questions An jnn is a very good place to preach and you can always get all of it you want to do Bostic left us Saturday and Saturday evening Dr Crawford just had to stop He asked rno to try said it wouldnt do any harm A man was in thero who had with him his littlo grand daughter and I saw he loved her I tried to preach to him and the others mound a little while I ask him if ho loved his littlo girl and ho said he did I told him sho loved him TheiiI told hiiuthat thero is but one God and lleloved men that the idols could not loo men thatman made them and God mado inau so uodwas greater than man and man greater than tho idols It was the first time I had crowds came in and Dr Crawford and Brother Bostic preached till they could hardly talk I was much Eery day tho 0 w 1 Unexcelled Recommended by leading physi- Â¬ cians Â¬ s asTnuviTi Wholesale o-ottg-- h nnd Hetail DlUfnliti BRANDENBURG KY Dont Join Kellys Hard timo party fall in rank with tho Good timo party inarching to tho July Clearing Sate Goods Sold at Kelly Prices prico prico 1 Jc triedtofeJllheptofGodsloveintlieirown tongue Dr Crawford helped mo now and then Tho crow d listened to me and seemed to get hold of what I said Lata in tho evening we took a walk up beyond the city to tho West on the sido of a rolling hill sido and sat down thero nnd enjoyed the beautiful landscape stretch Â¬ ing out before us Clusters of trees hero and there hid the low houses while patches of green carpeted tho open Held with living beauty On Sunday night wo had n prayer meeting with two men who seemed to be christians though they have not joined tho church They had had previous instructions and seem ed eager for more There with the dim candlo banging shadows on tho dingy walls of our littlo room in a great heathen city with two chinamen we knelt and lifted up our hearts to tho God of us all Tho darkness covered us the silent stars swung in tho heavens tho city slept but as wo sang and prayed we felt that Gods eyes are not blinded by dark Â¬ ness nor his ears dulled at any timo Oh how we ought to love 111m who is ablo so willing to help aud save and us I tried to talk and preach evory day and of course gradually learned more expressions I do long to be able to tell these lost souls of Jesus and his love It will take a year or two to become able to preach much but to be able to tell them a littlo is better than nothing Tney always want to know why I have como I toll them that I have friends at homo they wouldnt understand church who lovo God and love tho Chinese and as thoy could not como they had sent mo to tell them that Jesus is their saviour too and God loves the Chinaman as well as tho American This is strango doc- Â¬ trine to them because they dont have any love in their religion Brethren I feel that what I try to do is you doing it ai much as myself Are wo not working together dear brethren ond sisters to do Ho knows who of us our MastorB will ure faithful Let us all try to work dilll gently faithful for thero is so much to Â¬ Whether Pasteur and Kochs peculiar modes of treatment will ultimately pro vail or not their theoy of blood contatni nation is tho correct one though not original It was on this theory that Dr J C Ayer of Lowell Mass nearly fifty years agoformulated Ayers Sarsaparilla GARRETT Mr Tom Hamilton of Brandenburg was in town Wednesday Mr Frank Ditto the clever shoo drum mer was hero last Tuesday Misses Lizio Hilf and Rose Rickelts wero bora Thursday shopping Mr Curt Smith was in town last Sun Â¬ day tho guest of Mr J C Crutcher Miss Eva Buckler has returned homo after several weeks stay in Garnottsville Mr Eugono Wright of Ekron was in town ono evening this week on busi- Â¬ ness Â¬ cut cut cut cut cut Gents Nainsook Undershirts sold for 10c cut Gents Net Undershirts sold for 35c cut Gents No 1 Unlaundred Whito Shirts sold for COo 1 lot Organdy Lawns sold for 12jc cut cut IVosello Suitings sold lor 15c cut Gents Tourist Hat sold for 150 1 big lot of now and desirable CARPETS at a big reduction lot Remnants of Prints sold for 5 and Gc Lawn dcblrable patterns sold lor 5 and 7 Jo 10 pieces Flanenletts sold for 15c Ladles Acsts sold for 15c tjc c price prico 10 c price-- 5 c 4 10 prico 3 c price c prico 7Jc price 7Jc price 03 c Remember the July Clearing Sale Great Bargain Store GEO YEAKBL C0 MandaBelloFonzawenttoHardlnsburg alas Mr John Funk spont last Sunday with his sister Mrs Kate Hunger who is still vory sick D S Roberts and wife of Ekron were the guests of their mother Mrs Burch last Sunday Mrs II L Rhodes and children spont last Sunday in town the guests of Mrs KateCrutchcr Mr Will Kendall of Ccmentville was visiting W M Hilt aud family a few days this week Mr Sara Wrathor of Ekron and Mr F J McAulino of Braudenburg were in town Thursday Mr James Ricketts and children ot Brandenburg wero tho guests of Mrs Crutcher Sunday Miss Dora Hilt spent lust Saturday night and Sunday with her grandma and family of Woodland Joe Hilf and Will Kendall have re- Â¬ turned home after a short visit to their undo Mr John Nevltt ot Irvington Mr D W Burch aud J 0 Crutcher are in Brandenburg attending the Teach Â¬ ers examination We wish tho young men success Mrs Leo Meyer ot Hardinsburg and Mrs R L McGullin and children of Bums have returned homo after a few days isit here Aunt Tulhi A Ritchio pawed through hero Friday on her way home from visit Â¬ ing her son Frank Wo wero more titan pleased to see hor out again after loIng confined to her room so long to the 4th of July picnic Other parties intended going but gavo out tho notion DANIEL BROOKS J M HARPKIl J 0 BOURNE at the last moment Cllf Slaton while cutting clover hay with a mowing machine ran over a much prized flco dog belonging to his father CO BOURNE BROOKS and cut off three of its legs Tho littlo dog had to be killed It was running about in the grass and was not seen Ho did not know it had followed him in- Â¬ to the field until he heard its cries of distress CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP Brother Sparrel Kasey local preacher of the Vine Grove M E Church South LOUISVlU F KY BOURBON STOCK YARDS filled our absent pastors pulpit Sunday Ills unassuming piety affable manners and sweet gospel talk won him many -- TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENTstaunch triends He has promised to preach for us the fifth Sunday if brother BOWLING GREEN SOUTHERN Cundlff will permit him aud scold us for not building our church and the remiss Â¬ ness of duty Business Normal A young lady and gent of our town returning from tho show got tired of dis- Â¬ BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS COLLEGE cussing politics turned to coon hunting SOUTHERN NORMAL SCHOOL English for amusement and were very successful Teachers Scientific and Classic The great Business Training School ol the South lady wants to advise all other suc- Â¬ Book Keeplnir bhort hand Telegraphy Type Courses Music Ait and Ktocutton provided The or Writing Low not to carry their game any time and Penmanship Pupils can enter at catalogue rates o board and tuition Send or cessful hunters Send or catalogue in parasols as they are liable to get broOBERBT BROS Proprs Bowling OreenXy 7Montloii Course desired Address ken BRANDENBURG KY HARPER Commission Salesmen of Live Stock Jf f Collegep -- U Â¬ m THE TURNING POINT y E RATES Th mostcentrallli locnUH 2V PER DAY Hotel In the city adHHMCL 3tmltm reachedwhen you begin to have Jalpua thn o f t h e Mart dim cul t y in lias been IT SHARPENS tlto uppotlto Inw ritoreu heiiltb and o tho txxly nro roused proven digestion and irtatking vigor oil tbo organs turning Your blood is Impure you need a exxr J JOHNSON Vim ua tiinrn SJt5 0U 1 8 YILLE KY CHINESE IN IT mi This is an tBtnbllshtuent so tiriiqmi 1 wis to try to describe it tp you Tho Uvcl and transportation In China Is all dib by either pack mules two wheeled carts wheelbarrows and sometimes cam ebi Tio product are carried from ope section city or province to another and ofUn the mukteeisare gone for weoW JtometiuiM thero are many in onocura- vttn These have W Miva fcoine means of spending the uljjhlnthe towns and vlUm 11 tlmtoiHi TlIj want a plM fwrtMieir HWmitin asaflfplace to hvtjwr load of good and some piece tq ekf theweevee --The Inn k an open court about SO by thirty yards with a low bulUliug on each side tlta shutting to hualthy action by Dr Iloryu OoMuu MnUeal Discovery Mora than all tba Uur anj thatll tho key to the wliolo syn tem You have puro Mood or poUonoiu bloal just as your liver chooses The AXTEL Mrs TO BEATS FISHER writing Joel Mattingly is very ill at this health th liver control th blood tliu Ul covory controta tbu liver You cn sci Jut ttboet half Ao lib that iUJj U heir to by belinf rwdy tor tluim Braoo Uw ytoiu up with thin medicine For all utar which biwiiIi m well m our MuuacauMd by a dUordcrod liver or unpuro blood ajHiopIia WliotwnM tb imU ul soidp wul wrofulou aSeetieiu born kl MDboovry U ttw ouly wmedy Kwrt Uln Mil wMmMv llMt It enH l 0uarpH It It dooiut UnmUK or care you kv your Ywf py wily toe tba good you gut very bad Corn is drying up iu the field for tho want of rain Mr Jno OConutdl Ja voting tho vicinity of Clover6rt The oat crop Is all harvested and from what I can learn it Is very fine Miss Clara Hlnton paid her grand- Â¬ father Mr Allen Hiuton ot Kirk a visit last Sunday Mr Charles Beanett was the gueet ot his fotuer-ln-UMr W K Uwls at the Falls ot KohIi Liet Sunday It is dry ami hot and wo need rain It will set you up aud make a new person of you Fer sale by AR Druggist Cloverpert Ky - Try Babbages 50c Shirt T - ui LASTINS m vaMhBi MS trrr U1K1 a V7 lut m jtrtmt y hfitcww f m pr Price WoidA -- - til mil n Cream Baking PwW - - iui- -- fWHWUWJL nLimra J intiiMM V iL itt - - i ta x itir Tw fjfr- - r -- j fr -- V Tv THR Wli STILL ARK DEMOCRATS Many persons liavo given up all hopo Ibo p V 0 Btbbkgt Editors and Froptlitri and aro of tho opinion that wo will never have a Democratic reform tariff bill J WEDNESDAY JULY 18 1891 passed by tho American Congress but that wo will forover bo cursed with proÂ¬ Intittlptlon Price SI 00 i Yr to Adtsne End ofthTer 8125 tection that the fow may bo made lfPldtth wealthy at tho cxpenso of tho many run vonuukss This opinion however should not bo announce A II MONT rB thorlted to AUr encouraged The timo will come and YY OOMKIIY n candidate for Congress In action the ublt to the lIcctlonofto be Democratic laityday it is to bo hoped that it is not far distant held on the 4th the 1rlmary ft August 194 when this cloud of disappointment will bo lifted It is true that wo cannot look are authnrltH to announce DAVID It Jtrecacnrtdue cquntjr as a to the present congress to do anything ot randldate for CAngress tuhjcct to the action the Democratic Party In the Primary Klectlon for our relief The present tariff bill to be held on the 4th day of August that Is now being Conferenced will givo us little relief and what is worse than all it will pour tho filth of disgrace Mn Henry Watterson sailed for Kuropo upon the Democratic party ot having had a protective tariff bill passed by a last Saturday BRROKEX1SIRIIDQR NB1WS OLOYKRPORT KY Mn Montgomery could save himself HARDINSDURG lots ot money and a political death by L H L W TIME TABLE coming off the track His prcumtlabors OOIXO WIST at Washington would glvo him a suffi Pansnftr Dally arr lUrdtmbargllill pm cient excuse and the pcoplo would ac- Â¬ Â¬ OOIXO HIT cept it in a forgetful and forgiving Murray Badges Were Worn at ParoPaiMnger Dally arr Ilrdlniburg 7i40 am light quet Springs in Bullitt County Breckenridge News FIVE HUNDRED Â¬ 4 Mt hjr iu HIP V 4 Ji WK SIX PAGES Tuts town has two of the largest Sun Â¬ day schools in tho county and yet they were not represented in tho County Con- Â¬ vention which met at Irvington last Fri- Â¬ day Not a delegate from this city was present If the Sunday school workers know how entertaining and how much good these conventions ato doing for tho cause of Sunday schools thoy would wake up to the importance of being represent- Â¬ ed Last Saturday In a Speeoh of Forty five Minutei the Breckenridge Boy Makes Many Friends MUCH ENTHUSIASM SHOWN at Irvington Mr Juno Mattlngly is visiting at Kirk Prof It P Shucklett is on tho sick list Mr O P Bryan spent Sunday in this Mrs Bush Is visiting placo Mr Amos Board hits gono to Prince- Â¬ ton Ky I We tttF ir lr PuTTi rfiHi Advertise no baits they nro misleading Wo believe in plain business methods lo give each and every patron equal value Democratic Geo W Jolly lins entered llio rmo for Ho Congress in tho Second District Bjioko nt Hnwesvillo Inst Monday Congress Wo uro opposed Patrk k Eugeno 1roiulergast tho asÂ¬ sassin of Mayor Harrison of Chicago was hanged last Friday at 11 18 oclock We aro requested to announce that Hon A 11 Montgomery will not ho at the Garfield picnlo next Saturday as is ndvertised Moiie than 3000 confederate veterans met nt Augusta Gil last week and in doraed President Cleveland In using federal troops to suppress tho strike riots TiitKos look brighter and are growing brighter every day for Murray in Mendo county If Montgomery carries tho county at all it will be by a small majority The friends of Montgomery openly loast that he can buy his nomination Is this tho opinion that Montgomery and his friends have of the people ot tho Fourth Congressional District fie last week before tho primary Mn J E Monarch chairman elect of tho Democratic County Committee should at once give his attention to n thorough organisation of the patty and put every man on duty Mr Monarch possesses tho elements out of which should come good to tho whole party if ho will hut give them active play President Clevelands prompt action in putting down the strike lias been in Â¬ dorsed by nil political organizations of tho country irrespective of party Thero wni snide objection to Mr Cleveland in terfering with tho States by Federal authoritybut tho situation seemed to demand it and ho acted accordingly Tho strikers didnt stand long before Federal bayonetts Â¬ never was a nun so pitlcnt that It didnt make Mm mid to Kit n line under the horses tall while out driving Cunnclton Tele Â¬ phone Tiirrr h to Tho most appropriate thing to do un Â¬ der such infernal circumstances is to Aikv Moxhiombkv Is no fool He stand straight up in tho carriage right next the dash boardgrasp the line firmly knows It is easier for him to stay in in both hands and up end tho scoundrelly Washington and pretend to work than it is for him to come homo and luce his quadruped constituents and give satisfactory ex Â¬ T nu Populists of this county held a planations why he and his associates secret meeting at tho Court houso in havent done a whole lot o work before Hanlinsburg last Monday Tho Nkws this The very fact of his having con- Â¬ mado two unsuccessful nttemps to get nived with Speaker Crisp to get called tho proceedings it heard how ever that back there Is conclusive evidence that he committees from each magisterial dis- was cither afraid or ashamed to face the trict wero appointed and a permanent people who sent him tltero to represent organization effected and that later on a them Law zee I if lie and the others up full county ticket will bo put out There there had just exercised one tenth the were about twenty flvo present industry months and months ago that he is pretending to do now what reform It seems to bo a great surprise to many people that President Cleveland took and good prosperous times we might such n decisive step in suppressing tho have now rioters at Chicago and they talk as if 1 he IIheckenkhioe News it moved to re they actually expectod him to join the mark We have never entered a country strikers and go to tearing up railroads house yet where there was not plenty to eat and and burning property It is an actual that of the very best Country people dont otf shamo how borne poor ignorant pcoplo know how well swapthey are11 Why doesnt places with some of the Urother llalihagc aro taught by their political bosses to dcludid Jays Louisville Times believe that when tho country is not in The Nkws is perfectly well satisfied tho hands of Republicans that it is being with its home and surroundings and run to hades by tho devil and his imps wouldnt swap places with any man WnKitii Hon George W Jolly made not eon excepting the Times the mistnko of hit life is that ho tried to make nn honest servant of the people Wk aro getting a genuine Democratic when ho was Inited States Attorney for tariff reform hill with a vim wo aro tho District of Kentucky nnd bo a He Tho tariff Is just in tho same shape now publiciln at tho samo time Tho conse Â¬ that it always has been since the Mc quence is that he has lost the support Kinley law went into effect But from of that great honest V and moral nil reports that great Conference Comparty and it is now hardly probable mittee will have things straightened out that ho will receive tho Uepublican nom beforo another century rolls round ination for Congress which lie seeks in tho Second Disttict Wk called the turn last week on that Messenger says its Louisville Post editorial Not only did The Owenshoro Montgomery pajer in the Fourth business or tho first half of Hi shows a every Congressional District publish it but our gratifying increase over tho samo period Elijbcthtowu correspondent informs in lll Tho Nkws is glad to hear of its neighbors increased prosperity and can us that many thousand extra Posts weio also distributed say that the books of tho Nkws show up Nkws believes with tho samo way Tho SoMKof the sweet scented geraneum tho Messenger that keeping everlasting away hard times and that epithets that tho opponents to Mr MurÂ¬ ly at it drives pcoplo who take a cheerful view of life ray apply to his friends aro Hoodlums Soreheads etc get more out of this existenco than those Toughs Deadheats who aro always indulging gloomy fore- Â¬ Such campaigning as that is likely to bodings The Messenger is a mighty make their man a gient many friends good now spapor and richly deserves its success The good sisters of the Irvington church gavo tho visitors to tho Sunday It is gratifying to tho people of Breck enridgo county to know that her worthy School Convention one of tho most de lightful dinners of which it was ever our hon Hon David It Murray is being so enthusiastically received all over tho pleasure to partake It was a feast fit Fourth Congressional District We feel for Kings proud of Mr Murray not becnuso lie is Thk corn crops in the river bottom a son of llreckenrldgo sol but because wo know him and know his actual farms uro standing the drouth remark said worth and there will ever remain a ablj well but not so much can be warm placo in our hearts for the bravo of the tobacco crop and honest men and truo women who Tint tobacco crop in this county is es in other parts of tho district are so timated to be sixty per cent short la valicutly helping him fight the battle of right Wo now toll our friends in other some sections only u fourth of a crop is counties to have no fear for old Brecken reported rlJgo Wo will give Murray such a ma Â¬ Tiik best crops of corn and tobacco we jority as was never kqown Ja this county before Every Demmipr la the county have seen in the county are on the pike Ith of August between this town and Hanlinsburg will be at hli po4 and that mwWgpjkdly a solid vote Tiik Nkws is one day late this week for Murray VrflWfry1 heir from the re know that Breckenridge toeause of the breaking down of our en Â¬ you turns gine kte Tuesday evening got to tbe polk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to a protcctlvo tariff We tho people have been voting for many years for a principle we have fought and arguedand worked for it and taught our children to defend it lo these many years and now it is truly discouraging to see our ser- Â¬ vants our representatives in Congress so far neglect their duty as to let slip the only opportunity which wo have had for thirty years of passing genulno Demo cratic laws But wo should not waver in our duty or dovollon to tho princi- Â¬ ples we love and believe to be right Becauso men whom wo have trusted and in whom we have reposed confidence have betrayed that trust and confidence it is no reason why wo should desert tho cause of the right It may bo that this shadow is only the darkness that pre Â¬ cedes the dawn of day Tho people aro aroused and thero is a determination apparent that all public servants who have proved themselves derelict In their duty towards tho people who elected them shall be relegated to the shades of a quiet homo life and new men put at tho helm that guides tho Ship of State This will surely bo done but not in the manner that is almost universally pre- Â¬ dicted Because the members of this pretended Democratic congress have wasted these many months of valuable precious timo in bitter quarrels among themselves Instead of legislating for tho relief of a heavily burdened and bewail Â¬ ing people is no good reason why it should ho predicted that tho next Congress will bo a Republican one The people are not tired of Democracy and they have lost no faith in its im mortal teachings of justice and right but their stomachs are distended out of all shape completely pot gutted as it were on tho base political trickery that lias deprived them of getting the laws passed in accordance with the principles they hae so long battled for They are determined that traitors to party princi- Â¬ ples traitors to the welfare of home peo Â¬ ple shall be left at home to repent at their leisure and Democrats are to bo placed in their stead Democrats who pass Democratic laws in harmony with the principles the people voted for Let no one deceive himself by imagining that the next House will be Republican Â¬ Â¬ SiiKiiiEiinsviMK Kv July 15 18t4 Fkom the present outlook It is safe to EuiTonNKWs Standing on the classic say that Hon David H Murray will de Â¬ and historic grounds of ParoquetSprings feat Hon A B Montgomery in tho com Â¬ fanned by the gentle bret zo and enliv- Â¬ Tho more information ened by sweet strains of music a large ing primary that is obtained tho more flattering it crowd of Bullitts representative citizens seems for Mr Murray It sounds almost listened to Br ckenrldgos eloqubnt and incredible but it is a positive fact that talented son The merchant and farmit will push Mr Montgomery to the very er the lawyer and doctor were all thero verge of desperation to curry a single Mr Murray was introduced to tho crowd county in tho district Thero aro two or by Bob Zimmerman as a man of courage three counties that are considered doubt- Â¬ and honesty nnd a man of atnplo ability ful but Mr Murray is constantly gain Â¬ to fill the high office to which ho aspir Â¬ ing strength in these He Is traveling ed In a speech of forty five minutes rapidly making two or three speeches Mr Murray presented ills caso in a clear every day and it is not an exageration fascinating manner and tho closo atten Â¬ when we say that his reception at every tion accorded him showed the drift of point is a perfect ovation Tho Nkws is sentiment Ho was liberally applauded not given to exageration and we unhesi Â¬ and mado many votes One of the featatingly say thot if the primary were to-Â¬ tures of the day was the distribution of day Montgomery would be defeated by 500 Murray badges The Ben Johnson 3000 It is not likely that he can rally racing stable created no little excite- Â¬ his scattered and demoralized forces to ment by scratching one of its entries in any degree of success for tho Murray Lack of the Congressional Derby forces are as active as thoy It Is a land training weak backing nnd treacherous slide and tho people of the district the jockeys are the reasons assigned state and tho nation had just as well pre Â¬ Mr Montgomery has been called to pare themselves for hearing tho result Washington by Speaker Crisp to bo re Â¬ on the 4th of August warded for voting against the wishes of Â¬ Â¬ Hows This 1 We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Co Toledo O F J Ciiknkv We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and be- Â¬ lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus- Â¬ iness transactions and financially ablo to carry out any obligations made by their firm West Toledo A Tiiuax Wholesalo Druggists 0 Wauumi Kixnan Mar Â¬ vin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Testi Â¬ monials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists A Breckenridge County Woman and Little Baby Is in Want In Oweniboro Elira Penny nn illy clad des w ith a baby arrived in the city yesterday from Breckenridge county Fire Chief Gentry took the woman and child to the Iloby House last night where they were cared for at the expense of tho city Mrs Penny is in search of an uncle who is said to live somewhere in this county She has an honest face and bears a good name The case is a pitiable one Sho was walking about the streets this afternoon with not so much as a hat to protect tho babys face from the burning Mrs Â¬ constituency The people aro going to punish him in tho primary for the samo offonso The voters of Breckenrldeo must go to work No stone should be Murrays friends up here left unturned are working night and day We must fight to win Throw off tho lethargic spell that binds you cast uside petty differences and trivial grudges and go to work nnd let there be no laggards or stragglers but remembering that in unity there is strength let us close up ranks and sweep proudly on to victory Tho serried ranks of tho enemy can be seen in front on our flanks and in the rear but stand to your guns my bravo ladsand tho Murray cause shall triumph The administration is against us but wo have the oppressed laborer and honest farmer on our side Vote for D It Mur- Â¬ ray and better times Rebuke political ownership of Congressmen and elect a man who will represent the people of the Fourth District and not the gold bugs of Wall street Then let us fight II fight we must Our arms are new and bright Let every voter keep the trust And battle for the right Come comrades cornel the bugles call la sounding loud and clear Well do or die well stand or fall Our hearts are strange to tear work for Murray night and day work with might and main The working man shall have his day Come ride the Murray tralnl Mr Sidney Hull went to Irvington Saturday Miss Lucllo Longucmaro is visiting at Irvington A more apoogy for a price TO Lewis Co Thdy have a great picnic at Garfield next Saturday Miss Eva Henstey is visiting nt Irving- Â¬ ton and Webster Day of rest Saturday July 28 picnic at Elders spring Mrs Thomas Withers is visiting her mother in Virginia Mr Burrel Beard had a very valuable horse to dlo last Saturday Mr and Mrs Joseph E Wright Louis- Â¬ ville aro visiting here this week Mrs Weutherford nee Miss Annie Pullem is visiting here this week Mr James Baker and family Hancock county were visiting hero last week Our object makes us reckless in the sacrifice of prices T C Lewis Co Wo find our stock too heavy and want you to help carry It TC Lewis Co Mrs George Short canto up Monday from Cloverport to visit Miss Mary Al len Miss Blunche Snyder has returned from a vielt to Fordsvllle and Owens- Â¬ Â¬ 1 DONT ill Irfrll i it AM V 1r lift lift if You think that is tho proper wny for an honest reliable merchant What lasting advantage can a dealer attain who habitual Â¬ ly deceives 3 q In Believe r Us that wo handle the finest grades of goods reliable Mens Boys nnd Childrens Shoes aud wo always aim to be tho Lowest in Pucks 1 IN if Gents Furnishings we handle only reliable Shirts Underwpar Gloves Half Hose Ties Collars Cuds Etc lL t horo Mrs Perrlgo of Slephensport is here this week visiting her daughter Mrs John Hook Everybody always enjoys himself when ho goes to a picnic at Elders spring Sat Â¬ urday July 28 Mrs May Lewis Cloverport who has been visiting Mrs John Hoben return- Â¬ ed homo Saturday Our assortment of jewelry and musical instruments covers the whole field as a Co bridge spans a river T O Lewis Tho most enjoyable day I ever spent was when I went to a picnic at Elders spring I am going there again Satur Â¬ day July 28 ElWORTII IEAOUK NOTES De CEPTIONS Aro to frequently resorted to by some but we maintain our old honest methods that have stood the test of thirty live years with you and are hero still 4i S3SS VESTS sSisn swesiiii eg3s5 o i 3CE3faSSS n3Jar5HFSrCiRJ-17 -- titute widow Well Well J It z MEADE ALL RIGHT Bun It is Reported by Good Authority gw jjl Editok Nkws We want the Democrats of Breckenridge and our sister counties Public Speaking in tho Fourth Congressional District to Hon David H Murray Democratic know that Murray has many warm candidate for Congress will address the friends in this part of old Meade Dur- Â¬ people of the Fourth Congressional Dis Â¬ ing the presidential campaign Mr Mur trict ut the following places on the fol- Â¬ ray made a speech ut this place by lowing dates which he won many friends who al July 10 at 10 oclock a m llowletts though many ot them have not seen or Uno July 10 at 1 oclock p in heard him since have not forgotten him Horse Cave July 10 at 730 oclock pm and who will go to the polls on the 4th Hardyvllle July -- 0 at 1 oclock p in or August and help to send him to Con Muufordville July 20 at 730 oclock gress Itlneyvllle July Jl at 1 oclock p m I have been told by a well informed 1 oclock p m Hartford July 23 at man that Murray will carry Meade so I Hodgenville July 25 atl oclock p in am sure that he will get two to one at Caneyville July 28 at 11 oclock this placo Mr Montgomery came home Stithton July 28 at 4 oclock p in to renew his false promises to the 1 oclock Brandenburg July 30 at boys but found the truth itself is not Other appointments will be arranged believed by one who often has deceiv by Ids friends in the apparent gaps in ed So he has gone back to Washing the dates ton to try to make the pooplo believe that CriBp stmt for him to fix the Wilson A Perfect land Slide Wo think we know why Smart Ky July 17 Editor Bill Nkw Haven Aleck was put on said committee On making a trip Nkws Dkak Si it Tho best and only remedy for Mr Mont through here for tho cave I have asked gomery and his friends is to prove an as to how Hon I It Murray is running If he can prove he wasnt there Mr Dowson proprietor of the hotel here during tho workings ot that all wise com Â¬ says there is a perfect land slide and mittee then wo will defeat him on gen Murray will take all that is in sight I Montgomerys friends eral principles find tho people fully enthused and work- Â¬ say his appointment on the Ways and Dawson further says thero ing hard Mr Means Committee shows him to bo one are prospects now of Murray carrying of the most influential members but county and lie thinks Murray Hardin they fail to show us where he has used will carry nearly every county in the Dis- Â¬ his great Influence to carry out the Yours truly trict pledges made two years ago Mr Mont GAN gomery has missed the chance of his life he has had tho golden opportunity has Popular at Sonora played and lost so it is not our fault Sonoha Kv July 12th 1801 Enrron Come out fellow Democrats and help to Having received BiiKtKKNittiKiB Nkws send Murray to Congress and Mont a copy of your paper and noting the po gomery to tho rear where ho properly ularlty of Hon David It Murray I want BA belongs to say that he will also liavo a largo fol Â¬ lowing in tho South end of old Hardin Bwigned Hit Plaoe Wo have no particular objection to Mr Waltor Smart who has been a deÂ¬ Alex only we need liltu at homo and want to Bend a bettor man and some ot puty clerk in the revenue office at us think we find that in Mr Murray and Owenshoro has resigned his position want to try him one time and longer if However Cloverport will not be-- with- Â¬ out a representative iit the revenue we like him office for Orflla Do II aye n will succeed Respectfully Yours Mr Smart Mr DoHaven is at Owens- Â¬ EFD horo now learning the duties of the The work on the railroad bridge oyer office and the change will be made Clover Creek is progressing rapidly August 1st The atone being used is obtained at the The Owenshoro Inquirer gives Mr quarry just below the eity and in Stuart this deserved eowpllment No beauty and worth it eanaet be surpassed stranger ever came to Owetuboro and in the werW Mr F P Hagood is wade more friend than Walter Swart superintending the wwk mm daring um way Here Mayor Hickman furnished the woman with a pass to Henderson and she will go there in search of her people who are said to have moved from this county Owenshoro Inquirer That Murray Will Carry the County Paynesville TCy July 12 1804 Bible reading on Sunday afternoon conducted by tho First Vice President The subject of the lesson was The lost sheep and seeking shepherd Luke 15 3 7 The meetings grow in interest Every one interested in church work literary work charitable work or social work is invited to attend the League meetings at the M E church oil tho first third and fourtli Tuesdays The social entertainment given by the Epworth League on the 10th at the residence ot Mr and Mrs G W Beard was a special bucccss Instrumental and vocal music was a special feature of the entertainment Misses Warfield and Longucmaro con- Â¬ tributed much to tho enjoyment by their singing Miss Mary Bruner Mrs Mosoly and Mrs Piggot wero tho Instrumentalists Tho large double parlors wero beauti- Â¬ fully decorated with flowers and Ep- Â¬ worth League emblems Refreshments wero served in the long front veranda at small tables presided over by members of the League In ad- Â¬ dition to the lovely floral decorations the League colors wero draped and festooned from walls and ceiling and caught here and there by Japanese lanterns the Ugats from which shed a mellow radi- Â¬ ance over tho scene Tho League em- Â¬ blem was the maltese cross in red and white and the motto Look up Lift up covered the north wall Above the en- Â¬ trance were two large letters E L work- Â¬ ed in daises The Leagne colors were reproduced in the ices and the music prcgramms were tied with the red and white ribbons The League members who so successfully assisted in receiving and entertaining wero Misses Jolly Bow mer Heston Cox Cooper Gardiner Mrs Mosely Mrs Meyers Mrs Piggott Messrs James Kincheloe John Hoswell Everett Jolly Herbert Beard and Alfred Heston Among the guests were Mr and Mrs C L Beard Mr and Mrs Percy Beard Mr and Mrs Frank Hoswell Mr and Mrs J II Gardiner Mrs Burrell Beard Mis Busby Mrs G W Beard Mrs Bowmer tors Jolly Misses Mercer Ireno Board Eva Smith Scott May Minnie Read Hensley Hello Buzby Jakio Owen Miss Baker Mar ing ion Jolly and Lucille Longuomare Messrs Frank Board Milt Board Joe Cox Jessie Eskridge Godfrey IHaswell Allen Kincheloe J II and Allen Guth Â¬ rie Percy Taylor Frank Mercer Lee Meyer and Morris Beard BKTTMS YOUR ACCOUNTS OOME PREPARED FOR THE BALL AT NIGHT Grand Picnic VI - The Garfield Picnic Co Will give will be one of their fifth annual Picnic at their park at Garfidld July 21st 1804 This the grandest picnics of tho season Como nnd bring your best girl and enjoy a pleasant day with us Attractions Nice shady grove and a good dinner I Plenty of everything to drink of a temper ance character All the county candidates will be there with their pleasant smiles Speaking D R Murray at 1 oclock Dont fall to hear them being made to entertain a larger crowd then was over at a Preparations are Garfield before and will try to please both old and young V Hon AB Montgomery and Everything will bo under the surpeivlslon ot the Garfield Picnic Company Owing to the death of our partner Mr Meador we are compelled to ask all who are indebted to the firm of Witt Meador to como in and settle right away as I will have to collect by law all falling Wheat or produce of any to do this kind taken in payment of accounts or for Very Truly goods JNA Witt Tho plculo at Elders spring is on Sat Â¬ urday July 28 - Only American Glass Finisher Mr Samuel D Cashman accompanied by his brother J D Cashman of Union Star was in the city last Wednesday and Thursday It may bo of interest to our readers to know that Samuel D Cashman is the only American plate glass finisher in the world all others being mostly Belgians Frenchmen Germans and Englishmen About fifteen years ago young Cashman went to New Albany Ind and wont to work in the DePauw glass works as a common laborer in the yards By In- Â¬ dustry and good behavior he soon got a place in the works and the same indus- Â¬ try and aptness obtained for him one promotion after another until he at last about two years ago mounted tho last rung of the ladder and was mado a boss The DePauw finisher ot plate glass glass works were moved from New Al Â¬ bany to Alexandria in the Indiana gas bolt two years ago and closed down about twelvo months since Mr Cash man then brought his family to Union Star where he has since remained He has recently received notice that tho works would soon resume operation and to hold himself in readiness to come at an early call It is gratifying to know that the manu- Â¬ facture ot tho largo beautiful plate glass fronts that adorn our large business houses in this section is superintended by a Breckenridge county boy Sam Cashman having beon born ami raised at Union Star in this county NOTICE Owing to the slow collections ex- Â¬ treme stringencey of money matters and forced to quit the credit business and sell for cash In doing this I will endeavor to make it to the interest of my customers by giving them the advantage of low prices which the cash customer should be entitled to Thanking you for past favors and soliciting a continuance of same I remain Most Resptfy Â¬ I am fl V I J Now Winters Supply of Coal I will sell you screened Lump coal from Falcon mines It the Time To Buy Your Mr Murray in Hardin Eluadktiitown Kr July 10 cial Spe- Â¬ de- Â¬ Hon David U Murray spoke here livered to all convenient coal houses to night to 800 people He was in within tho city limits orders to be for oeaeultation with the anti Montgomery not less than 100 bushels eash with crowd and they claim that they will oarry the county for their man Murray Coal to be delivered in reason Â¬ made a great impression order Nothing bftlpei oah wltk able time K 8 KiNKtun the order 0ea at this ptW I JKALLB a 1 1 ad 1- - M w asV r TtM03 KH at 7c per bushel WC Moorman- GLENDBANE KY ITXAYID 0M Mftt Vctm 19 JMH M MM an A JlllAVIjr twIafcwUid Wk ia pgrppijijMiii WtK jr - MMMHMIHHHHMHIMHII WpwP- TTT - sip Ml Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 181804 LOOKSBETTER An Elizabothtown Mrs C M McGlothlan of Union Star was in Preston last week Mies Carrlo Buzby of Hardlnsbnrg Is visiting Miss Illnncho Frymlrc Miss Cora Hendry has returned from a brief visit to frlonds In Louisvillo Miss Etta May Allen hns rt turned homo from n visit to friends In tho city Miss Katie Iluzby a charming little miss of Hardinsburg Is visiting Miss Etta May Allen Miss Nettle Cashman Is at homo from tho Hardinsburg Normal to thu delight of her many friends Mrs Jenny Druncr and Mrs Jos Robinson wero out driving lust Wednes day and visiting tho sick Mrs Graham did not go to Hardinsburg to attend tho Normnl but for tho purpose of attending tho Teachers examination which was held at tho College Tho farmers hnvo about all completed the plowing of their corn and aro now busily engaged in harvesting thtir oats Corn and vegetable gardens aro needing TOR BRRGKRNRIDGR PRESTON For Stomach Bowel NRS RHODELIA GLOYRRPORT KY his discourse except a low second bless ingist Tho doctrlno of men pulling up into tho Celestial world by their boot Liitlo Clara Wimp is here to see rela- straps old boots and all dont stand tives much show when he is around Charllo Casperke is at homo with his Tho Congressional race is warming up wheel but thero dont seem to bo enough en Â¬ I hear they really are making Soda thusiasm for Murray although he will Ash Eureka I Excelsior get a largo vote Did Breckenridge ever Ever so many from hero took in the havo tho honor of sending a man to Con Â¬ gress We think not Now Is tho gold Â¬ Ekron picnic and all had a gala day Mrs Joo Woolfolk and son Georgo en opportunity let tho men who wanted spent last Sunday with Mrs II C Wood to know last summer why aro you going out of tho county for n Senator tote son Its n poor rulo that wont work Don aud Ray Richardson aro down fair Every Democrat in the from Louisvillo to visit Dr D C Puseys both ways county ought to cast his vote for her family honored son on the 4th of August Miss Lula Lewis will attend services at Guston next Sunday at tho Presby Â¬ Happy day Saturday July 28 picnic at Fillers spring terian church Mrs S P Woolfolk and family havo LODIBURG had a pleasant visit to Mrs Jess Clark son of Big Spring We had a good rain last Friday Lula and Minnie Bland entertained Rov Frank Qulnn Louisville Bpent a their llttlo cousins tho Misses Hunt of few days in tho Valley last week Woodland last week Mr Thurman Smith and family took Miss Agnes Malin has gone to Evans tho West lwund train last Sunday villo Ind for a visit to Mrs Annie Mr W II Gibson and family were Anderson ond other relatives visiting Mr F W Basham last Sunday Misses Mattie and Emma Deo McGoheo Miss Bobblo Hardin was visiting Mrs and Jennio Hardin attended tho S S Gibsons family Cloverport last Thurs- Â¬ Convention last Friday at Irvlngton day Deo Pusoy is home from Ackron Ohio Mr and Mrs Ben Hardin and Mr and for his summer visit Dee is looking Mrs Vest Bane wero visiting Mr Perry Ohio well in spite of strikes nortli of the Roberta last Sunday Mr and Mrs Sack Richardson and We understand that Mrs Dave Ater is Miss Rebecca Owlngs of Wolf Creek vory low not expected to live She is havo been visitors of Mrs It II Ncvitt clghty soveu years old this week Mr F M Basham and daughter Kitty Miss Ella Hendricks visited Misses Daisy Mcfntyro and Vlrglo Rhodes last attended tho Irvlngton Sunday School Miss Lallo Pair of Chenault is Convention last Friday week Miss Bcttio Payno and Miss Tnga Jor also a guest of the Misses Rhodes this dan has been visiting Cloverport and tho week Dr Tar Springs for tho past weok Mrs Wm Rhodes is qulto sick Mr and Mrs Wm Roberts Hazel Dr D C Burch of Paynesvllle and Puseyheld a consultation last Sunday Delle was visiting their son Mr Perry and they diagnosed tho malady as Roberts last Saturday and Sunday Misses Dee Basham Nettle Cashman typhoid Will Howard has returned from an and Lllllo Avit nil returned homo from outing at Holt which ho reports as a Hardinsburg last Saturday where they land flowing with milk aud honey A have been attending school Mrs Tom Payno Mrs M W Hardin mixturo much enhanced by a galaxy of Mrs Henry Gibson and Miss Bobbio pretty girls Hardin all attended tho Sunday School Mrs Judge Stuart late of Owensboro now of Brooklyn N Y is at her Convention at Irvlngton last Friday but Mr Adam Condor was hauling staves brothers Judge C C Fairlelghs Her ono day last week and in driving under sister Mrs Wilson of Pinknoyvlllo 111 a tree that had fallen aud lodged on an- Â¬ will join her here shortly Tho Rov L W Rose of tho Episcopal other he was dragged from his wagon church will bo here July tho -- itli and His collar bono was broken and somo romain till Sunday tho 20th IIo will internal injuries sustained but wo un- Â¬ only preach at night except Sunday derstand that ho is not fatally hurt morning Mrs Rawllngs will entertain About ono year ago thoro was a lot of him hoodlums took tho train at Lodiburg on Tho young peoples Literary Society an excursion and tried to run the train had an interesting meeting last Sunday cut up some of tho seats The boys got evening Tho selections were good nnd a llttlo scared about it aud have been tho topics discussed aflbrded valuable quiet ever since Yet ono of our town information Brother Cherry makes an boys took In thu Sunday School celebra- Â¬ tion at Irvington last Friday and also excellent President and I had a pleasant visit last week from took on rather to much red eye Â¬ my friend Mrs Mollio D Carrico from had not put in his nppearecne on Satur day How strango it is to think a young llopkinsville where she is a leading go to an entertainment of this Sho will romain in Meado till man will modiste kind and so far forget himself and havo September when she will return to her so llttlo respect for himself and his business establishment friends as to get too much tanglo leg Joe A McGehee of the Mammoth is and act tho beast But such is human down for a two weeks stay Joo still nature with some holds tho fort at tho big clothing Your correspondent and family had house where ho always gives his old friends a cordial reception nnd cheap tho pleasure of attending church at Wesley Chapel last Saturday aud Sun- Â¬ goods if you please Remember him in On Saturday they had ono of tho day ids line old kind basket meetings of long ago Brother Cherry gavo us an unusually Rov Wm Suead gave us a fine sermon fine sermon last Sunday morning which in the morning his text was St Luke ended his series on tho prophecies In 23 chap i to xxiv v inclusive from tho series ho has torn infidelity and which he preached a sermon long to bo skepticism up by tho roota and proved remembered by thoso that had tho that God a spiritual Godruleth and that pleasure of hearing it After services IIo will prevail and that juBtico must tho congregation repaired to tho grove reign or nations and individuals will whero thero was spread a dinner fit for suffer tho penalty tho Gods About fivo hundred peoplo Wo will all bo thero Elders spring partook of tho generous repast after which being recalled to tho church wo picnic Saturday July 28 wero treated to another lino sermon by BURAS tho Rov Breadin his subject boing Faith from which ho preached not Farmers are busy saving their grass only an interesting but a vory instruc- Â¬ The crops of this vicinity an very tive sermon Rov Snead will preach at Wcsloy Chapel on Saturday before tho good second Sunday in August at 11 and 3 Wo are glad to hear that Tom P Davis oclock is convalescent We had tho pleasure of seeing nnd Wo aro sorry to hear that Mr J It talking with Mrs Kathorlno Basham a Drano is still on tho sick list fow days ago and learning all about that son of Rod oH Bible owned by ono Schmlt of Rome Tho llttlo Shacklett departed this life last Saturday Ind Ono Louis Slielman came over here night from Gormany and sottled in Pennsyl- Â¬ IIo was Rev It Roberta of West View passed vania about tho year of 1750 through our town to day en route to about 22 years old at this timo He mar- Â¬ ried in Pennsylvania then moved from Hudson their to Greenbrier county Va thence Mr Sam Tuckor who is attending to this county and settled on school at Hardinsburg paid his homo from thero what is now known as tho old Barger qulto a pleasant visit last Saturday and place on Sugar Tree Run near Union Sunday Star Mr Shelman brought tho bible The quarterly meotlng held at Alexan- Â¬ with him from Germany It belonged der Chapel on last Sunday was quite to Mr Shelmans father at the death of grand Peoplo of yarlous churches pres- Â¬ Mr Louis Shelman Mr Lonard Cart ent Brother Allen gave them a good took tho book at his death his eon Wm talk Cart carao in possesion of it and at his BRANDENBURG Liver Complaints nnd llcuduche use Says It Will Push Montgomory to Carry Man AVERS CATHARTIC PILLS They are purely vegetnble sugar coated speedily dissolved nnd easy to take Every doso te V 3 Hnnlln flnimtv to tho Slick Tho Pooplo Aro On Tricks of tho Wily Troach- orous Conyrossman MlWrtAY IS GAINING Â¬ Effective GOTTRELL IN LOUISVILLE Tho Paternity of the Divine Government Postulates Retribution Only in Love Mr Charles Avltt is on tho sick list Mr John Burch has returned from tho Hardinsburg college Mr Gus Hardest Paynesvllle was in our midst Friday night Mr Mack Roberts Shiloh has a severe attack of typhoid fever Miss Martha Barr spent Tuesday night with her aunt Mrs II G Vessels Mrs Joo Burch returned homo last week after a brief visit to relatives In this vicinity Miss Evn Roberta spent several days last week with tho Misses Hcndrys near Raymond Mrs Jano Elder spent several days week before last with her laughter Mrs Ray Mrs Joo Burch of Bowling Grcen is Â¬ 1 Â¬ John nEV FAST n wells RECOMMENDED 11VA 3 Ky July lJ 1801 Ttiib Editor News Having read sev- Â¬ eral articles in your paper relative to tho Montgomory Murray race for Congress I herewith endorso every word Corre- Â¬ spondent says Davo Murray will be elected or rather rceclvo tho Democratic nomination if his two homo counties Meado and Iireck- iifiilir will mtntmrt Iittn rnnnrlnllv till later county I liavo been in every county in tho district except tho nbove and II ml that Murray has thu prcstage and such n cinch on thu people ho is bound to bo a winner From soino cause Montgomery had such a control over the Congn sional District Committee that thoy ordered tho present primary knowing tho amount of money it would tuko to make tho race would cut oir all possiblo opposition This is giving tho poor man a chanco with n vengcuce now isnt it Montgomery is us cold as a snako and does not caro n cuss for any man in tho district unless ho can use him to his own advantage IIo hasnt any lovo for brother nor sister for if ho had lie would have urged tho iippointmentof his broth Â¬ er James Montgomery for tho collector ship instead of 1en Johnson lten had a Congressional bee in his hat buzzing and singing with winning music and Alexander tho First know it so for self interest ho ignored his own flesh mid blood and a man who has done moro for tho Democratic party than either Den Johnson or Alex Montgomery In tho distribution of patronage Alex indorsed evory man in tho district but secretly recommended tho leadew who hud formerly opposed him to tho detri ment of his friends Ah but ho is a trickster but not sufllciently sharp to fool tho people this time The boys in tho trenches aro doing piquito duty now but when tho battle of ballots bo gins to fliigp shot and shell grape and canister will lly so thick and fast that oven tho newly invented bullit proof coat will not save Montgomery from his political death Tho people aro dissatisfied with Alex in this district and ho must go llissil- ver argument cant bo forced down tho throat of the masses for they know his sympathy goes with tho gold bugs His whole course has been to legislato for them draw his salary singo his friends with tho red hot iron of contempt draw his salary again come home and ask tho tjjjeope to re indorse his battle for Crisp ind tho gold bugs W Hero Is one of his present schemes Tho Louisvillo Evening lost of the 7th inst contains a column editorial praising Montgomery to the skies making him as it were the greatest man on tho earth Dubs tho striker not excepted He has purchased 4000 copies of this paid tor advertisement of his greatness to bo distributed in each county in tho district Packages of 4000 for each cqunty aro dovided in smaller packages and sonl to tho postmasters of each county with a one cent wrapper so tho postmaster can send them throughout the postollico district as though tho edit- or of tho Post had sent them compliment- Â¬ ary Davo Murray has been hero two or three times lately aud is making lots of friends His following is so great in this county that it will push Montgomory to tho very edgo of desporation to carry tho county by a majority of 400 votes if ho curries it at all Yesterday the County School Teachers who aro in their annual session at this place asked Mr Murray to address them this morning on an educational question Mr Murray consented and returned from Lebanon Junction to comply with their request but tho Montgomery men per Â¬ suaded Superintendent Ashock not to permit him to do so and as a matter of course nine tenths of the men and all of tho ladies are vory indignant and declare they will support Murray The raco is warming up lively and Montgomory Is losing ground day by day and the read- era of tliii communication can without l doubt accept it as a true statement of the case lor tho writer is a conservative mau who desires justice dono to tho Sn masses by n warm hearted justice lu- of cold neglect on tho part of an v5PWold selfishness given at tho hands of MrmtomrV Thoro aro so iiianv nconlo imUio district who have caught up with vi tiio trfeks of Mr Montgomory that all the compliments that aro paid for in the Louisville Post will never save his skin W 3 fiH the goneral result Tho people 4dcr8tand why Speaker Crisp selected Montgomory as a member of the Confer C4 Committee along with Yoorhces l McMillin and fMHW HarriaWtWlIson ikriwr Tho causo has been apparent t wi evtr since ho was appointed a member ef Ways and Means Committee by Mr Cttap as an award for his services T Ttii people aro too well informed to be MMttfht by such political chair and are too fcft mart to be run by tho Poet of Louis- or by machine polities of the die- l foatered by papers who have sold out in the race Klixaiiittiitowx Â¬ Â¬ v rain badly Mr Eugenu Oillilaud is at homo from Hardinsburg whero ho bus been attend ing the Normal Ho acquitted himself with high honor at the Teachers exami Â¬ nation iu that town In June Mr Andrew Steele of Louisville is expected hero next week to spend tho summer vacation Wo believe the at traction hero for Mr Steolo Is a certain young lady to whom ho is paying at tention Mrs J Mattlngly of Sample is at tho homo other mother Mrs Evo Drashenr for n short visit with a hope that tho chango will produco nu improvement in her health which wo aro sorry to state is in n very precarious condition Â¬ Traditions and Rubbish Contrasted With Truth By Tho Rev Dr Cottrell Cottrell preached at Methodist church South last night His text was tho fifth verso of tho fifteenth chapter of tho Gospel of I am tho vino ye aro tho John branches Dr Cottrell claimed that each ono of tho human race is from the genesis of his individual being so organically incorporate with Christ that ho is qualified for all to which lie is obliged by tho law of righteousness as also for all the fran- Â¬ chises and privileges of tho kingdom of life and lovo and glory Tho nexus of each soul with tho Word is in its origin Immediate so that out of a Christian In fancy there may bo the evolution of a Christian youth and thence n Christian manhood Tho catholicity of tho king- Â¬ dom postulates this Tho natural is as much of God as is the supernatural so that what is denominated conversion is after tho anology of the conversion of a loop of cotton into a thread by tho whirl of a spindle or tho hatching of an egg that Is sound of course so that wo have a bird Regeneration is not dissideratcd by what theologians denominate orig- Â¬ inal or birth sin but Is according to tho original order or law of mans nature This great principlo or law of our being strikes root in tho soverign wisdom pow- Â¬ er and love of God Furthermore the paternity of tho divine government pos tulates retribution only and over in lovo Do hell ultimately what it may it is in benevolence and not in vengefulness We by authority of God aro to benevo- Â¬ lently minister to our enemies To char Â¬ Charity never ity there is no terminus falls And wo nre to be godly godlike Is ho over to come to an about faco and go into tho damnation business by whole- Â¬ sale belching out fire and brimstone Mercy mercy throughout eternity mercy whrtt a monster Is portrayed in tho plcturo that a rotten breath orthodoxy gives us Wo get thu key to the solution of the fire problem as it comes metaphorically in tho scripture by the promise of a flro baptism and by what is suggested and implied in the injunction to feed our en Â¬ emy when ho is hungry and thus heap It is a puri- Â¬ coals of firo upon his head fying flame benevolence kindles It is not in any spirit of profanity but to ful- Â¬ ly emphasize the principlo that wo may say that the apostle tells us if our enemy By hunger to give him hell and how feeding him I How much of rot and rub bish traditional drift may be gotten rid of by a free and honest mind coming at truth according to tho analogies of nature history experience and verbal revelation Hut alas I ho that breaketh a hedge Yet must shall bo bitten by n serpent thoro bo enlargement of tho horizon of religious thought and life and utterance inspitoof snakes Dr J 11 Teller-son-stic- Â¬ These aro days of excruiating toituro to tho averago school trustee of tho Ho has his thankless ollko State thrust upon him by friends and then lives a life of perpetual clamor and vicissitude until his term expires Ho very naturally wishes to retain tho good will of each applicant for his school and when tho applicants aro friends and neighbors ho is doubly embaressed We say all honor to tho trustee thnt will toll a teacher iu plain terms that he docs not intend to employ him and stato his objections at tho same time Teachers have a great deal moro respect for a trustee of this class than for ono who is n fawning adept at flattery Tho latter will tell each of tho applicants that ho is tho only teacher and that he is simply dying to employ him to teach but is prevented by somo unremovable barrier All this tituo ho has somo ono in his minds eye perhaps utterly foreign to the provious applicants that ho is deter- Â¬ mined to employ It is a great thing for the children of tho Stato that all trustees do not rcFcmblo tho ono I have described but I think that tho patrons of schools should try to appreciato the responsibility that rests on a school trustee and elect for the office only men who have personal interests in schools and who aro reliable good as their word and who will employ tho best teachers and bo invincible to favoritism A select gathering of tho friends of Mr and Mrs Win M Frymiro occurred at tlieirspacious homo last Thursday even- Â¬ ing Tho party comprised a portion of tho olito of Preston nnd Union Star society and was entertained in a most pleasant manner by their host and hostess until 11 oclock Tho supper table was brilliant with lowers and silverwaro and fairly groaned with its weight of good tilings All kinds of seasonable refresh- Â¬ ments wero served ice cream lemonade and nothing was lucking to render tho occasion a happy memorable ono Among the guests wero Mr and Mrs Geo Frymiro Mr nnd Mrs Chas 0 Graham Misses Cora and Janio Hendry Lena Gilllland Carrie and Katio Buzby Etta Allen Blanche Frymire Sara E Kichnrdson aud Messrs Carlt Richardson Nick Mercer Jabez and Claude Drashear Eugene Gilliland W T Allen Charlie CashmanItoscoo HeudryHubort Ilruner II Frymiro nnd J T Milner Â¬ spending the summer with her mother Mrs SallloStUr Messrs Edward Payne John Itay and wives wero tho guests of John Roberts and family Sunday Messrs Xavler and Paul Burch of Daviess county spent the 1th with their father Mr 0 F Burch Several of tho youngsters of this vicinity spent an enjoyable day at Hardins- Â¬ burg and Cloverport tho 4th Miss Susie Burcli returned to Eliza bethtown with Mrs C L Burch whero sho will remain somo weeks Mr C L Burch and family of Eliza bethtown have lately paid a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Bill Burch Miss Julia OBryan has lately gone to Mr Charles Hay her brother-in-law- s dens where she will make her future homo Quito n merry little crowd attended a social at Mr Garrett Vessels Sunday night given by Miss Rose OBryan From All reports it was simply grand Misses Maud and Carrie Barger spent Saturday night and Sunday till noon with Miss Maggie llardcsty In tho aftotuoor thoy were joined by Miss Precious Barger Ida Wheeler and Mr Charlie Kroush at Mr Bill Browns Miss Eva Roberts has just returned from a visit to her aunt Mrs Joe Fack ler near Paynesvllle While thero sho and her cousin Mr Tom Fackler attend- Â¬ ed the Fourth picnic at Clovorport whero tho day was passed In untold pleasure Â¬ GLADLY Advocate Klnp illrnilnRhm All mtu Dr noral Qenuetuer haa been la our amlljr ilnce Iti dlacoverr and la WELL KNOWN EDITOR Iter It n Weill of the Alabma Chrlitlia THERE TO ABIDE during oar natural life or IU raUntlon of virtue Our daughter haa been reÂ¬ lated of Inherited NEURALGIA I RHEUMATISM by Ha uie after the fAllureof aU ether knows medical and clluiatlo rtnedlei U8E ITI CONSTANTLY AS A for the prevention of neuralgia anAnarvotu proitratton Itaertei TONIC andbracea against nervoui agltatlea I am f IM to commend It Oermetuer la notanauieoua compound but a pleasant refraining and delightful drink containing no alcohol v opium In anr form and li harmlcjt altraye for old and young 1100 6 for 1500 Bold br DrujflsU King Royal derinetuer Co Atlanta La LOUISYILLE Â¬ Correctly weekly by lumphrey A Laufer 1ro duce Comtnlitlon Merchant 136 Second St bet Main and Market Ioulivllle Ky HIT IIEIITS LOUISVILLE KY July 17 1684 Shipper ihould mark all package plainly with ihlpperl name and poit offlce addreii BUTTER Choice country Medium Creamery EQQS Fresh I1EANS Michigan 10 12 y yj ID 20 g 2S 8 ft hand picked FEATHERS 1 indlana Navy Old or Common and colored Prime white goeie Mixed Old 75 to 1 8S 1 60 to 1 8i 1 00 to 1 20 S3 I 23l IS 18 Â¬ My little boy was very bad oft for two months with diarrhica Wo used var- Â¬ ious medicines also called in two doctors but nothing dono him any good until wo used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhca Remedy which gavo immed- Â¬ No 1 duck Green pood Dry Salt good Dry Slnt good Sheep iklm Kooiteri per lb HIDES 3 20 I iate relief and soon cured him I consider it tho best medicino made and can conscientiously recommend it to all who need a dlarrluua or colic medicino J E Hare Trenton Tex 25 nnd 50 cent bottles for sale by A R- - Fishor Cloverport Ky and Kincheloo Meador Co Hardinsburg Ky 5 Hem per lb t 1 00 1 26 Spring Chickens per doz DRIED APPLES AND PEACHES Applet choice bright quartera SJJ to Applet average Vi to 5 POULTRY 12K - Applet old Peachet new Peachej old 4 WOOL to S Tub washed Qreate WEST VIEW Mr J II Mattlngly and wifo aro both very sick Blackberry harvest about over The crop was very short Mr Heber Roberts will teach tho school at Fairfield this fall Master Owen Drane of Hudson Is visiting his sister Mrs E MeDavis Mr James Norton wears a ten dollar grin now It is a girl name Celia Han nah Prof Sam Pate of Hardinsburg will teach the full term of school hero this year Miss Cora Matthews Is visiting her relatives at Fordsvillo and Ruth this Â¬ Qriase coarte fine Merino Hurry and Cuts 20 18 12 12 b 1 MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeswax Sorghum th n 21 4i wharf Molasses 30 a 3J HAY GRAIN FEED Wo quote prlcei to day on Louisville city OATS 32 HAY 10 SO No 2 oati 38 13 00 Strictly cholc Choice No 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw CORN holce whit Choice shelled 00 10 00 11 3 12 00 11 00 S SO 4 78 ilW 48 1 Â¬ week 1 1 HILL GROVE Mr T E Guedry was in our midst Monday Mrs Elizabeth Thompsou visited Mrs Sarah B Shacklett Saturday The Misses Brooks of Louisvillo will spend this week with their aunt Mrs Jordan Mrs J A Shacklett visited Dr War ileld and her sister Mrs D It Shacklett at Ekron last week Mrs J L Simpson and little ones spent a few days last week with her mother Mrs Rachel Jordan Mrs It P Shacklett and little ones accompanlco by Miss Wilson of Hard insburgj aro visiting at Mrs Rachel Wil- Â¬ liams Mrs A J Thompson and daughter Miss Katie of Guston and Miss Beatrice Brooks of Louisvillo visited Mrs Joo Fousheo Tuesday Mrs Sarah B Shacklett in attempting to roplace a gloss of water on a stand near her bodside last Tuesday morning toll and sprained her ankle NOTKS OK TIIK IAKTY y Jabez says next time lie attends a partylt will bo in company with a young lady who is not quite so popular as Miss Carrie Ho says ho couldnt get a word in edgewise on account of tho otlior fellows Jim Tom didnt after supper find his best girl until Mrs Geo Frymiro neo Miss Fannie Wool folk tho bride of tho party looked fC- lovely in a handsome black costume Claude Drashcar couldnt bo scon on account of his coats and the immenso amount of stylo ho put on Carlt Hichardson thought ho would mako hay while tho sun shone and so talked at tho rate of COO words per min Â¬ ute to Mies Lena IIo knew that if a certain somebody should haye happoned to drop in that lie would bo decidedly Tho infant child of Robert Norton has been sick for some days but is now improving Misses Cora and Essa Matthows at Â¬ tended quarterly meeting at Alexanders chapel last Sunday Mr and Mrs E MeDavis paid her father Mr Joo Drano of Hudson qulto an extended visit last week Misses Ada Goodman Rena and Bes sie Roberts spont last Sunday visiting Misses Mattlo and Eula Pumphrey Mr Willis Drano was out last Friday trying to fell our trustees a bill of lumb- Â¬ er to build our prospective now school house Mr C Royalty made a trip to Hltos last Wednesday Run neighborhood Ho will remove thero about the L5th of August so as to bo with his family whilo teaching at that place this fall Three children of Marlon Mattlngly who has worked at Mr John Jollys this sumnior but whoso family reside in Owensboro came up to seo thoir father last Monday Ho was nowhere to bo found and tho children wero taken care of by Mr Cal Huff until Wednesday when Mr Mat Brown raised enough monoy to defray thoir expenses and started tho llttlo tots back to mamma Wo have hoard somo pretty hard things spoken about Mr Mattlngly charging him wih neglect and Indifference Â¬ Â¬ 4 Good to extra shipping 3 Light shipping 3 Best Batcher 3 Medium to good butoheri HOGS S Choice packing and butchert S Fair to good 8 Roughs Shoatf and pigs 100 lbt and under4 CATTLE 00 SO 42S 3M 40 M 36S 00 3 25 25 of 5 40 20 5 25 8 75 50 75 5 00 3 25 2 50 4 75 4 00 Good to extra shipping Fair to good LAMBS Good to extra spring Fair to good SHEEP 2 75 1 60 4 50 2 SO Tliiso aro our Negligee Shirts Look Right Made Right Size Right IL Price Right 125 150 - 200 jstead outofit Charllo Cashman says he thinks psyche knots and Lillian Ilussoll bangs are quite becoming to somo girls Wo bo llqvo he pronounces it psychnipo Nick Mercer said that amongst such a bevy of beautiful glrla ho waa non Â¬ plussed about which to admire tho most IIo Anally concentrated liia attention to ono dainty little maiden and beemod happy thereafter Heaver of McAlllstervllle Co Pa says his wifo is subject to cramp In tho stomach Last summer sho tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarrha a Itemedy for it aud was Eldor S8 EKRON Judge Woolfolk went to Irvlngton Saturday II D Brown and son wont to Louis- Â¬ ville Thursday Clint Crutcher Garrett was in town one day last week Dr Wlllett was called to Weldon Thursday to see a patient Prof Dick Shacklett of Hardinsburg was in town Friday night Mlsa Green of Louisvillo is the guest of Miss Mollio Board this weok Mrs Alice Brown went to Long Branch aiquuay evening 10 visit menus Q W Wrather Falls of circulating among in Si WHITESVILLE Junfatta Vl IS- tff ita much pleased with the speedy relief it aflbrded Sho lias since used it when Â¬ ever necessary and found that it never telle For Mle by A It Fieher Ky and Ivjnoheloe Meador Co Iter Hardinsburg Ky Box papar at 25c Times are hard with those who are too lazy to sit down and get up all in the same day There seems to bo a good deal qf sick Â¬ ness in the country but nono in town that I know of Hot hoter hotontotj and now the busy bumble boo getoth up tho grangers breeches leg and bumbletu Harvesting Is about ovor Threshing is now the order of tho day The yield of both wheat and oats is said to be large Tho corn and tobacco crop is large and both look well With seasonable rains woeic Mr Daviess county will raiso the largest bu general crop uu nwi rniueu lor yearn There is an announcement or an cursion or picnic or about every me remainuer oi me summer low were to take them not get sober befoj tor a death Mr Robert Cart gavo it to Mr Sch mi t who has it in IiIb possession now Miss Ivy and Master Arthur Coleman It is more than 150 years old and wo sus Â¬ aro visiting relatives near Brandenburg pect it is tho oldest book in this country Miss Nora Board of Weldon is visit- Â¬ Day of amusomont Saturday July 28 ing the family of J L Rush picnic at Eldors spring Edgar L Wheeler of Louisville is visiting relatives in this section at pres- Â¬ LONG BRANCH ent Joe McGyieo of Louisville is visiting Misa Annlo Jordan is visiting Mrs r I ma Gus Gibson of Cloverport and taking In III d lour tinier tAT Henurick ol tiuston is tho Tar Springs while thero Now wAr son Calvin Hendrlck The Nolin Presbytery lattlo and Deo McGoheo spont v uuiion ays last wook at Irvington Sunday Black of Louisville is visiting ol iV d mother Mrs Agnes Rlcketts nusom1015 Hendrick and sister Miss Ella lltUW -- 1 KI1U a Sunday at Guston with Miss Reua 4 I CLIFTON MILLS nnd 250 JNO D BABBAGE f Jmv JMBa In OV j BnUP I ivira - rrtaAi M1MUI ToUL i It f UFl a8Ui 8 8M 8 1 va I L 000 Ml 1 X Jt will U jttat what piciitoa used to be Ut oue at Ttc O Kyana Saturday 3 Mr at If any if SI IwW it uooiey spent Bovcrai nays week with her sitter Mrs Will ieo near Ekron L atnes Agnes Rlcketts W ey J II Sullivan Mis Ella Hen- Messrs 6 Pure ltd II Dooley this vyaak at Bab- - 1151 703 53 I I - rtfl Jim RleketU Kurta rick kttended tbe maim at Kkroa lay Jin Biekar- itaok mi Jm Fertilizers Ma ottXMiiVJtr i rJ0Kr OUilsirtt JF GiMJMttiD6sieakGi LM 1 1 V 8 J t I if i - r J Two monuments faco each other in n CHAPTER XIX cemetery that within tho past decado OM tOVK GETS A NKW MFK has seen tho growing city of Brooklyn When tho priest nun and physician rush by It in a mad race to circle tho returned announced tho programmo to great county of Kings By JOHN J McGINNISSS tho lovers nnd asked their wishes Man Ono of these monuments is of white gnu turned inquiringly to label whoso mnrblo and beam tho name of Francis Copyrighted ltyli- - AmerleanlressASiinHsUnn f eyes expressed her happiness at tho sug Â¬ Raymond Tho Inscriptions show that gestion of tho ceremony that would end It was uprenrrd by popular subscription nil doubt nnd tin toiler toher lover nnd Maiigan had thrown tho charity of si I cannot allow this said ho Why should ho do it her idol for nil tlino Her silenco gnvo lenco over Raymonds record Tho peo Thocatnto belongs to tho woman ho consent Tho brother stopped forwnnl plo know nothing of tho politicians sennd kissed Iter then to tho priest said tried to lead into marriage Mtnigiin Tho public manifestation cret doings You can proceed explained was nil they saw nnd they considered It covers tho ground of ex- Â¬ Oh thero is Inez Mortimer tho park sites Ho has secured It by his tragic end the natural result of menimproper weans and fearing ho might claimed Isabel a3 she saw through tho tal aberration superinduced by tho ex- Â¬ loso it sought to gain control of its window her old classmate and friend actions of a pnlilio spirit that assumed tfwner You will know tho dotalla coming up tho courtyard Im so glad tasks of municipal development too to seo her sho said as sho inn out to great for ono man to fulfill Inter Mr II F Han Is Is this honest and justnsked tho open tho door and bid her welcomo On Decoration day passcrsby drop grip w Ith piln In my back nnd hinlu Different Wo expected her to como huro and flowers upon his grave and the warden priest Ill beliovo you Tell 1110 medicines failed to benefit me The lint proparo you for us said Laurence ad morgue keeper and others who had nil in Â¬ of Hoods Snrsnnarllla relieved my stomachduseI It 13 dressing Mother St Gertrudo All right then It sight of his character but shield them- Â¬ hate continued and I am now permanently RaVmond took tho pen again Ho seems wo havo prepared tho woy for selves in not exposing it stop thero for dipped it in tho ink and While carrying hor a timo to meditate They aro serving Incs seemed surprised when Dr Lo Â¬ other masters now nro ns useful to tho cured it to tho paper questioned All piln Rood May I ask whero you found this land appeared and it quickly dawned new ns to tint old and unlettered nnd my sleep suuinl has left me my oppcttte Isstrong nnd refreililnc nnd 1 11m ami w ell I ne er enjm ed better health li K upon her that the services sho had como unfeeling as they aro tiny think thorn diary fyiftlp Mortimer had it Ho died to perform wero unnecessary Mangan selves in tho words of tho fairy in Haiuiis White Illuft Tennessee in Deliver and it was a legacy to mo advanced until ho stood at Isabels side Midsummer Nights Dreum Hoods PlTla euro nil liver Ills 25c Tho muscles of Raymonds faco nnd Inez looked nt both and kissed her What fools llice mortals bel Mimgnu us notary public old schoolmate saying The other monument of brnwn gran- Â¬ til noloopholo was lcrt for tho sea to twitched attested tho paper tho priest acting as ite erected to ono unknown excites work upon Im so glad But with tho ndvent of iron in tho witness Raymond naoso never said a curiosity through Its anonymity And they all knew whut sho meant It building of ships tho old menus failed word and passed outjniiiiolestcd that tho reconciliation of Mangan nnd frowns upon tho whited sepulchcr JiXmrfto over to tho convent paid Isabel had given her joy second only to beyond It was erected by Mangau over for whero copixjr was placed over iron W chaplain nnd tirenaro them to ro- - that of tho two themselves the gravoiu which rested the body that tho iron becauio tho negative poloof the ceivo you Ho great battery mid was eaten away quickThero ts something going 011 in hud been represented us Jiis own But Mangan wo crll which you nro interested said Dr thought you wero dead secured a plot without regard to loca- Â¬ ly riddling tho bottom of tho ship with tion and it wus simply 11 coincidence many leaks Many dovices wero tried Leland to Inez I linvo been in Denver Mother St Qerfnulo will understand Wo will And what is that bIio inquired that tho two graves wero so near It tho under wati r portions of tho vcssols Well Laurence uud Isabel will wed was not vindlctiveness on his part but wero covered with 11 wntcrproofloyer of follow you over in n littlo whllo This is ono of Jtayluonjls moves wo arrived tomorrow Shall wo iulllll our prom- Â¬ thero aro some who did they know the wood which was then coppered us bo foio but where vrr thern was any me ise to each other in tino to checkmate circumstances might take it ns a visitallic connection between tho copper Sho oiTcted him her hand and bent ble testimony of tho certainty of retrishortly niter ho had left tho two proand iron tho w hole forco of tho battery ceeded totho convent Tho priest had her head as ho drew ueaier He would bution explained ull to Mother St Gertrude lift up her faco to his but sho hid it on in another cemetery a whlto Bhoft acted thevo and holoswero eaton lu un Â¬ uud sho was awaiting them But for his shoulder and ho let her head rest points upward towering gracctully expected and inaccessible plucos bring tho habit bIio wore sho would havo cm thero whispering soothing words while ubovo tho other memorials within tho lug in nn element of uncertnintv nnd braced Mangan Her joy was munis- - tho tears suggestive of her mixed emo Â¬ bronzed ruiliug that maik tho spot enforcing great caro in sheathing the takablo and Dr Leland as ho received tions olieved her surcharged heart and whero generations of tho Mortimers Ho vessols as tho coating of wood Is called her welcomo and read her kindly na- Â¬ carried on their low the thoughts that buried It is to the memory of Philip nnd tho ships still had to go moro often than over to tho drydock ture at onco concluded that his sister brought happiness with resignation Mortimer erected by Dr George Lo Then tho viulous methods of painting had not been reared or taught by an un- Â¬ Sympathetically ho led her into tho ro land and on days sacred to tho remem- Â¬ coption room where sho gathered brance of tho dead days around which tho bottoms with protoctivo paints havo sympathetic soul uoen tiled and nro used iu nil of tho Oh I must go and tell Isabel the uatieii has tluowu a sactid halo uho strength to drive back tho welling Hood said four friends of 0111s whom tho reader ornlscrs of our navy Tho skill of him But recovering ua sho is from of feeling as sho said will tecogiiizc place their iloral offer Â¬ dieds of chemists lias been exerted to taintucss Im afraid sho cannot stand That promise is sacred Sacred through him sacred through ings on tho plinth that rests on 11 cod find a paint that would net ns tho coptho good news per docs uud throw off tho barnacles and whoso beauty is evidence of care conJoy seldom kills said Dr Leland our own love added Dr Leland seaweed They all camo In ignoring tho inter- Â¬ stantly bestowed Groat prizes havo been offerIt will boon ontidote Ono moment mother They who aro true to tho dead aro ed and 11 fortune nwalts tho successful said Man- Â¬ ruption as if all had been as joyous as tho beams that suddenly broke through gan never false to tho living Mother St discoverer of such n coating for slvlps I must leuvo beforo sho comes I havo found her brother I huo ful- Â¬ tho windows as if tho sun as it is said Gertrude could tell jou this if you yet so fir 11010 has been disovercd that nets completely and tho iron and Btcol to do on Haster moiuing had danced knew the convent had her confidcuco filled my assignment and kept my word You know why I do not cjro to meet out from behind tho clouds to cast its and asked her about tho characters who ships which i tart from port with freshly painted sides nnd bottoms leturn in a dazzling lights into tho loom and give to figure iu this tale Isabel fow months coated with barnacles nnd You will stay Tin end said Dr Loland that circlo of friends 111 tho splendor of sea weed which iu it trails iu tho wafirmly its presence a bright omen of future Ho must stay bliss tho nun declared When by reason of a cold or from ter very materially cuts down tho speed You ought to tho priest remarked But havo wo not forgotten Mother other cause tho stomach liver and kid- Â¬ and power of tho ship Then sho must St Gertrude But I will not asked Dr Loland insisted Mangan neys become disordered no time should bo put in tho dry dock and scrubbed aud scraped and repainted Still worso than think I ought to state that I mean to bo It would bo painful to her and painlost in stimulating them to action livo hero iu Brooklyn and that her intho barnacles and tho seaweed is tho ful to 1110 whom sho has lejected Ayers Pills act quickly fnfely and surely water itsolf whoii it finds an entrance Sho uoer did said tho sister stitution shall bo my care Sho was led to beliovo by This news had tho effect oi bringing Sold by druggists and denh rs i niedi bo it ever so small through tho paint warmly to tho steol bolow Slowly but buroly Mr Raymond that you wero her broth- - Mother St Geitiudo and tho two girls rines It rusts out n littlo pit which extends ana sho declined to marry you together in a congratulatoiy embrace t er sometimes almost through tho plato be Isabel saying Her brother Tho infamous scoun DOCTORING SHIPS foro tho paint scale diops olf aud disdrel did ho say that But why did sho And whatever 1 havo is yours closes tho defect which can oven then nottejlmu mother when joh need it What woudor tho hours sped then IARASITES THAT SEND OCEAN VEiV only bo seen by putting the ship in dry Because sho had been enjoined dock and examining overy squaro foot against doing so said Mother St Ger- Â¬ until they parted to meet tho next day SCLS TO THE HOSPITAL of her bottom plating trude who brielly reviewed tho story in tho icctory whero tho two weddings wero solemnized This nil shows how necessary it is for while tho three men listened and exSure Tradition 1or Iron II11IU Ilux tho ships to go to their hospital nnd changed meaning glances that indicat- Â¬ Thero was no display in tho ceremony llcen round Tim Old nnd tb ew Man how caieful her doctors should be ed their surpriso at tho ingenuity and A short trip had been planned and aft- Â¬ ihth of CoiiKlriu Hull Souu tlilni About for millions of dollars worth of property er tho marriage hud been performed tho rascality of Raymond DrylM lis hiii 1 1n Ir L i s two happy couples weio driven to the and millions of priceless lives aro car I now understand said Mangan why a reference I onco made to Worcesried overy year on these messengers of ruilro id station to begin tho journey of Tho sea is n grand aud yet n trencher tho sea Tho greatest docks iu tho ter in a distasteful way gavo u sem- - tho honeymoon that promised to be in ous mother to tho thousands of ships world nro thoso of the great shipping bianco pf truth to tho story I havo a perpetuity their own Washington Stur Mungau went to tho bookstall to pro- that sail over its bioadcxpauso and aft- 001 1 oi Liverpool fowrehitivus thero who havo never been overkind A family difference accounts cure some light literituio and the littlo er bufleting with Its storms tho ships Tbo IlfiirmrU tho Umbrella et ceteras that suggest convolution and must go to their hospital for repairs for it How much danger Thcroyou arc You havo helped to entertainment in travel hy tiaiu His This hospital is tho drydock and tho pound iu 11 wild black is thero to tho bear when Can you not bto how eyo caught this ilaring announcement doctors nro tho iiimy ot careful work moot him in his haunts accidentally you deceive her and great is her lovo for you iu nu afternoon paper men who look over carefully and repair at cloo quarters Mrs C F Latham Mangiln Raymond a Suicidol said Dr Leland grasp- overy faulty seam or bioken rivet wifo of miiio host at Oak Lodge on the ing him by tho hand Eagerly ho scanned tho successive let 1110 appeal Salt water is teeming with parasites Indian river peninsula Brevard county tovjoy Bister I hopo sho is worthy of head Hues that hinted at the details of plant and animal life that cling to Fla was letuming from tho beach It would not do to acquaint tho young tho bottoms of ships eat slowly yet alono and nrmed only with nn yoicJ know you aro desorvingof lxir flwlll remain Tlo rest will bo as brides with tho news just now and his surely through wood and iron nliko or When just n quarter of a mile umbrella from this BfloWisheB delay might prompt leading queries as rust it away whilo they net as 11 check very porch consented Mangan slio heard tho rustling of Then Ill go said Mother St Gor- - to what was so deeply Interesting him on tho speed by vastly incieasiug tho some anininl coming trudo Ill tell her of all jour adven- - Ho folded tho paper bought tho sup- - resistance and friction of tho water tho saw palmettos toward her through tures whilo preparing lior to meet you against the ship Tho gods of the Thinking it must bo a raccoen sho both storms seo everywhere nnd nick out quickly pited up it chunk of palmetto Minutes passed that dragged liko each weak t eiin or faulty rivet and wood and held it ready to whack Mr hours Mother St Gertrudo appeared slowly and hurely eat into tho vitals of Coon over tho head tho instant ho tho ship so that every few months it emerged All nt once with ft mighty M at nst lrecctnif Ishel whom sho in- trcdueed to Dr Leland without much becomes necessary to examiuo nnd ro rustling out stepped n big black bear form pair tho vessel To do this sho must within hix feet of her Tho surpriso was Your sister doctor eho said como out of tho wutcr The drydock is mutual and profound Naturally Mrs They embraced each other Bhiddlng just n rrcnt box of wood iron nnd stono Latham was sea d but not out of her tears of joy but no word was spoken connecting with tho sea by n great gato wits and sho decided that to run would Mangan was pleased at tho reunion his way When tho ship is icady to enter bo to invito pursuit and poslly attack work had brought about sharing no tho gate is shut mid tho water all pump Sho stood her ground and said nothing J less in Its bliss than tho sister and t ed out then tho workmen with pracuud the bear rose on his hind legs to get brother Dr Leland was not tho mun ticed skill place tho blocks at tho bot- a better look nt her making two or to bo inconsldcrato of others and loostom of tho dock for tho keel to rest threo feints in her direction with his ening his affectionata hold led his sister upon taking tho dimensions from tho paws to Matigun saying plans and drawings of tho vessel Theso Feeling that sho must do something I Mm selfish in place tho dock is Hooded again tho Mrs Latham pointed her umbrella at Muilgan looked at Isabel Sho held gato opened and tho ship hauled in tho boar and quickly opened and closed her head down fearing that her con Â¬ Tho gato is now closed ngain and while it two or threo timos Woof I said sent to marry Raymond had been mis Â¬ tho water is slowly pumped out and tho tho bear Turning about ho plunged construed and that forgiveness would ship settles down tho dookcrs pull hor into tho palmettos uud went crashing not bo oxtended Mangan surmised tho this way or that until sho rests ovonly nway whilo tho lady ran honiowurd as cuuso of hr dlilidunce outstretched his lUicycciiuiihtthlnjUirltiQiinnouncDncnt on the keel blocks Then shores or fast ns sho could go So much for tho nrms urnl- with 11 iorver tliut leit no UilUinunil n bulcUhl hoavy wooden beams aro braced from savago and aggresslvo disposition of doubt of ills lovo simply said plies ho desired and returned tho sidos of tho dock to tho sides of the tho black bear W T Hornaday in St Later Isabel on tho car ho read tho story and de Â¬ bhip and as tho water is pumped nway Nicholas What u charm thero is to woman iu spite the tragedy of which it was tho tho ship stands high and dry n ver her own namo when uttered pussionato Solid Emery Wheel lecoid hud to smile itablo fisli out of water tho bottom ly and with endearment by tho 0110 sho It was Tho Trumpet ho was reuding which wus bolow tho water lino cocr Ill tho production of solid emery loves Tho head of tho fair girl raised It ascribed Rnymonds suicide us tho od with seaweeds and parasites thai wheels tho best cement that can bo em nnd her eyes met his Theio was tho net of man temporarily insane He hldo tho defects they huvo caused ployed is 0110 that binds tho emery to old glad light iu tho orbs of each and had everything to livo for power and Theu tho workmen sernpo and scour gether with that degroo of strength tho wo lovers united again iu spito of wealth Why then should ho blow his tho uiiwolcomo barnuoles and grass which will resist tho oontrifugal strain tho muchiuvclian schemes that had brains out if ho wero not doranged nwny tho seuns and rivets nro nil ex duo to tho high speed nt which emery temporarily separated them quickly Ho had been too active of late the nmind and repaired a frosh coat of wheels cut best about 6000 foot spood uriugou ttio inter vening space and story ran had labored hurd iu matters paint goes on again aud us tho dock is per mlnuto It must not boftcu by frio lockoddh each others arms forgot ov Â¬ nliccting municipal growth and his ngain iloodod the ship rises from hor tlonnl heat nor glaze nor burst nor bo ery una clso and tho world to them was mind becaum unbalanced Ho had left hospital bed nnd tho wooden supports como brittlo and break with cold uor simply tho zono of their memory and no clew to Uho causa of his suicide nro knocked nwny until sho floats out to must it hold the cutting grains uutil thought their nnd tho theoryof Tho Trumpet was the sea again honlthy nnd strong to thoy nro too dull to cut uor roleoso Mother St Gertrudo walked outside popular verdict battle with tho wind and sea and tho them so readily as to wasto nway tho to tho corrider motioning to tho priest My theory is this enomiei of tho flag shu proudly files wheel too fast It must bo capnblo of whispered Man uud tho physiciun to lollow They being thoroughly mixed ovonly with tho When wood was used almost excluInn to Dr Lelund whilo their fair com Â¬ walked across to tho couvent office panions woro wrapped in Viitemplatlon sively in building ships- a very easy nnd grain emery so that tho wheel may uot They havo many things to tell each of n particularly cnchai veJeco of convenient nioaus wiw found to protoct havo cither hard or soft spots and bu other said th4 sister and I waut to natures handiwork nu v tho under water portions of tho shin out of balance nnd must also bo capnblo know Isabels brother better 1 beliovo sV lowing in tiPIu no lldious nttucks of barnacles of being tempered to suit different ting by You will said Dr Leland kinds of I exposuro tuat wouh ol Ilmc mm f iVflri sVW Wo havo no t u TibycovoriiutftIlla whole skill aroniQtal or workthoGroat caro and Will not soon forget you or your con Â¬ required in matter of so tho had no charm to Av need j vent Now that wo nro alone however looting only puro nnd strong chemicals tho populace up Vs -- V want to sena a better man ftiidsoiriea nctiou of for theso cements Cnsslera Mngoluo I want to buttlo ono matter Can wo no enjoyed y Bv us think we find that In Mr Murray ana havo u doublo wedding tomorrow is to vV A doublo wedding want to try him one time and longer if HowfiVef Bo broad is tho bcopo of modem char repeated tho 11 priest and nun almost simultaneously a we like him Particularly in out a repreVemJk4muyCftS vv iiuvau- - a Yes vn musinrK Respectfully Yours for Orflla MYbo nro tho couples nsled tho three or four xr a xr tvti EFD aYU m uvoso establish priest V rtSP V A t uurouow learning me uutlea of tmr mml do Well Isaliol niid Maagor and u The work on tho railroad bridgo over oillce e1 lV X Mis Mortimer nod myself and the change will be made Hvertew t vVxO lover Creek is progreMlng x ranldly August 1st Knowing tho circumstances so well within tlitTc ll8 BWD0 being used hi obtained at the I think it caa bedono o 0 The Owensboro Inquirer gives Mr uui tew man mrry Jurt ulow the 1 y I WOHliiaVil It will end nil bo cp Smart this deserved compliment rVial In luVi No ontar ww iniivlB4ifrjWpeace and that senso InaiTti atV ut ni1 wortu H BHQt be surpassed stranger ever came to Owensboro aud able time ro Nothing btt4sf VV1 11 y-lo WArll U V of raurftyeMtVMfl to Isabelto us jtagvuu ui A made more friend than WalteV Smart the order gees at nil M m ay at this time The vil- - Cityon 0V lv I BtaJPiWntendlmjthe work Um daring his stay here tJaiuy 0 UiU loan Haymow surpasses 1 j tu o drcr yerytlilfjr 1 have ever heard 1 Jje appeHrtid to be ao geucroue ulc at Kldert Bj riAn4 li FiIiI for HilHojis nnd so friendly remarked tb6nnn Lcavo him to God said tho priest Let the past remain buried niK tomdstonks CHAITfiR XX tkm tub nirr I Hvtrj Was Sick tiny suffering Willi stomach llrer find kldnby trouble Alio from alter effects of llit WWW t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WATCH FREE J t5 Â¬ Hoods5 Cures For 5 New Subscribers and -- mi dp f 500 EARTH 1 SI 7 a Â¬ a W Xlie Get un a club of C new subscribers nnd get one oi these watches freo I IHE CHEAPEST TIE KEEPER ON American Lever Movement Requires no Key Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It will keep necurate timo Will not get out of order nnd in every way give entire satis faction It is an American Watch tho liko of which has never been ottered beforo on biicIi terms Secure five new subseiibers lo tho Â¬ BRECKENRIDCE And secure ono of theso Watches NEWS -- S- I 0 Texas HE WAS A HUSTLER Louisville St Louis V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tj Â¬ 0 M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ z I r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ z - Opportunity Was Golden One nnd II Ilnsteniil tu ntai It When Major General Schofiold went to Keokuk la nnd married 0110 of tho holies of thot town Miss Kilbourno an amusing incident occurred which Ar thur Clarko business manager of John Drew tho comedian enjoys telling nbout It nppenrs that Mr Clarkos fa ther is editor and proprietor of Keokuks leading paper Tho Gato City rmd in his counting room ho has a particu- Â¬ larly oueigetio Hebrew by namo Joo Klein Josoph is a hustler in overy eeuso of tho word aud tho day is bleak indeed when ho gets left Ho heard of tho approaching wedding of Miss Kil- Â¬ bourno with tho distinguished officer and early on tho morning of tho dato Bet for tho happy ovent ho called at tho Kilbonruo homestead rang tho doorboll nnd inquir-e- for Mrs Kilbourno moth er of tho bride Ho was informed by tho servant who answered his ring thai Mrs Kilbourno was very much engagod nt tho time but ho insisted that ho must seo her on very importnnt busi ness In n moment sho camo half way down tho front stairs Sho know Mr Klein very well ns pooplo nlwuys know each other in small towns und when 6ho saw him nt tho door sho said I caut seo you now Joo Im dress ing for tho wedding Call another timo But I cant said Mr Kleiu I want you to present mo to Major Gen eral Schofiold I must moot him Thnt is impossible Joe said Mrs Kilbourno Tho genoral is dressing for tho church But tho 6oldier had overboard tho controversy from nn up per lnndiiig nnd rather than creato troublo ho came down and was duly presented General Schorl r 4 gan Klein impressively do rJizo that you nre about to take from us ono of the fairest flowers wo have in Keokuk Do you know that when sho goes Jicnco with you sho will long for news of hor old neighbors In order that sho may bo really mado happy by these tidings I ask you now to placo your honored liamn upon tho Mibscilption list of Tho Goto City which is tho best paper in Iowa Our rates nro 8 for tho dally per an num and 150 for tho weekly Think or your young brido And thero wero tenni in Kleins voico as ho pleaded for recognition Mr Klein said tho gonoral after regarding tho bnsinohs manngor with undisguised admiration for sovcrnl mln utes I do not liesitato to proclaim that you nro n wonder You descrvo success Come ill and wo will havo a bottlo of wino together I will not subscribo for your dally but you may put mo down for your 1C0 weekly nudThoWook ly Gato City now finds its wny from Keokuk to General Schofields household with great regulurity Chicago Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RR Co 1 r f iro At 600 oclck Mail 51 A 22 - I TIKE SCHEDULE Tuklnir Uffcct If Sundaj Dec 52 17 18S3 Wnt Hound Tratni if y f 1 I Kxprt Kxpri Djuy 6 30pm 72 I J I Eail Hound Tratnt Mail 64 oy 40 43 STATIONS Kxjiri Duiiv 12 11 Hpr V - dm7 8 SOom 7 451 m 800 IvUnn 730 7 47 7 804 8 90 907 917 8 8 81i 21 830 845 855 000 8 31 0 00 014 917 928 931 9 4J 10 02 10 07 1012 1014 1020 10 28 1031 1050 1063 1103 1110 1124 1130 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1891 WeatBound Trains East HoimdTrln ually Daily Dally Daily ex Sun x Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun No5 TAKING Nol Nn 2 800 11004m 1140 11 65am 1212 1248 Iv lrvington Ar warjicja llarned llardlntburg Glendeane Dempster Nn f 9 SUaiu 8 20 7 40 llockvale Kuth 2 44 Asklns 2 69 Oaks 330pm ArKordtvilIelv 100 118 125 145 220 232 Jollv Kirk 710 700 630 610 637 6 26 618 600 4 45am 6 40 ar Kallsiloughlv SPECIAL - Â¬ 11 Â¬ The Tenor1 Littlo Joke A populur tenor whoso disllko to on cores is well known had been singing Como Into the Garden Maud when thero nroso a vehement outcry for au en core Ladles and gentlemen said the sjuger as soon us tho noiso had somewhat abated I am sorry to inform you that Maud is laboriug under severo oohi Iu fact her mumiha has just sout her to boil Under theso circumstances it will bo quito useless for mo to ask Maud to come into tho gordou again this oven iiig As booh as sho has recovered I shall only bo too hnppy to obligo you Loudon Tit Blts Â¬ ThisisforYou ONLY FOR ONE Â¬ - ttft ft Aeoy -- iJfr vcA v Tt ll W fiAec c vt v G01 1 Ilehlud the Age When the Mothor Hubbard tollot was abroad iu tho laud 0119 Ohio town dis tinguished itself by passing n law pro hibiting tho wearing of tho gown out Gold Foil Uox Paper sldo of houso limits Aud the landlady 0a of n small village inn iu Englaud has Jrourninj Uox Iuper ruled nnd un- handed herself down to posterity iu Bimllur fashion by refusing to let two ruled womou pyolats clad iu kiiiokorbocker suits sit down to dluuer iu her public Linen Box Pajier ruled and iiurulod 30 coffcu room n iTsiits- inAi mpor iMvo iJifli it Sin Wnslilugtou has salmon fisheries worth if 1000000 a year and catches 1 0 000 fur seals It exports 8 000 000 worth of lumber and coal nud raises Â¬ WEEK V i 7 - iouuuuuu busltels or wheat Tll 1 thHS L VtV f KV Ttt Tweed as a oloth namo arose from a mistake Its namo was twill but in a blotted invoice sent to a Loudou mer Â¬ chant Um word looked liko tweed aud bo it oame into use The plenle of all picnics will be given atluWagpriHgUirtio fcdhw from Ctoi vorport Saturday July 88 XC Come nnd make yourjuirel laaes Jiio JlAWIAttK 1 - BAIIBAQJC MjlKAIHk hi ii i THR BRRGKHNRIDGR Awarded Highest Honors World NRS OLOYRRPORT KV 5 BUilttieasNaMSMstssftssMsMMiMiMiBMiMiMaMii Da Pair jconomy is nn income careful buying is liko placing money in n saving bank by buying winter shoes nnd clothing now you can got eomo special bargains CHAIRMAN MONARCH Dem- gmmmmmmmfflsmmmfflmmiTOg It Is a Comfort to you to wenr Clothing suitable this season cool nnd light for izzzzz zzzzz BHBHHHHHssWsMHMsIH V V rf Sulors One of tho best hotels in nil tills sect- Â¬ ion la nt Ekron Mr G A Ouedry nnd Their tnhlo Is wife nro the proprietors always loaded down with the best of everything that is good to cat lnst week those who struck our weed Â¬ ing out sale went nnny pleased they told their friends their friends enmo nnd went away plensed Seeing is believing Sulzers Notwithstanding thu hard times the J E Keith Son Marble works Is doing n better business now than it has over done before Thoy hnvo averaged 100 n week since the first of March A fow local showers within tho last fow dn8 have helped to keep up the spirits of the farmers in this section hut wo have had nothing liko n good rain nnd complaint of drought is becoming quito general fall Tho Ohio river still continues slowly Thu large Louisville amnion derson packet City of Owensboro has been obliged to go into summer quarters and the Phillips n much smaller boat Is limning in her place High street is nil torn up nt tho Thud street crossing for tlio purpose of placing a sower there that will conduct tho water and drain the ponds nnd puddles In that neighborhood which hnvo caused so much complaint recently Tho dog proclamation of Mr Harry is in full effect All dogs that you see now nro wearing the regulation Union League tnuzle All persons who have favorite or valuablo dogs arc complying with tlio law and thero has only been one or two dots shot by thu Marshnl Tho only noticnhlo effect thnt the great strike has had on Cloverport is to make ice scarce Both our ico merchants han dle beer nnd they were nlrnid that ico could not bo shipped as it was perish- Â¬ able nnd consequently they began to economise Hut this is nil over now Tho game of base ball thnt wns to hnvo been played between tho Cloverport and Hardlnshurg teams Inst Friday was postÂ¬ poned nt the last moment because of the illnefs of Clint Hook tho Hardlns- Â¬ hurg pitcher However tho game will come oil at Hardlnshurg next Friday tho 20th Inst Â¬ Tho Brockonridgo County ocratic Commlttoo Accopts We Keep V Murrays Resignation They Pass Resolutions and Roquost tlio Papors CREAM m It Is a It Is a Pleasure to us to relieve you nnd to bo thu meant of making you happy BAMNG Ak of tho Fourth Di- Â¬ strict to Print Them THE PLATFORM You - OWDfR OST PERFECT MADE Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free mmonta Alum or any other adulterant YEARS THE STANDARD Necessity for us to reduco our Btock nnd in order to do tins wo combine INDORSE Awake To tho fact II dliZl iw 1 J 4 RECKENRIDGE n NEWS iVICDNKSDAY JULY 18 1804 Notice to Subsqribers f r I I 1 time to The date on the Jnbcl Imtlcites Avhich our milucrlptlon I uUI Thu serves both us n receipt an expiration nntlce evtry week Jute printed LI name on Kx amine the thi paper ami nftcrn your see H is the margin nt correct please to let us know correct If not If your lime litis explrtd ptetsc rtnew at once Tho members of tho Democratic County Committee met hero last Satur Â¬ day and accepted tho resignation of D Mr J E Mon R Murray chairman nrch wns elected in his stead There being no further business the following resolutions were presented and adopted and the Committee adjourned Wiikkkas Hon David R Murray lias become a candidate for Congress in this district which necessitates his rcslgna tlon as Chairman of this Commtttco Pleasure and Business nnd oiler you that hot weather Vt Unparalleled Bargains in every dopartment or cold you can save money by trading iieror6rouu iv JULIUS WINTER S E CO Ky At Sulzers morn till XV LOCAL BREVITIES J l ldors spring picnic July 28 r It lins coino to stay tlio ltilnoo saloon For milk toast go to tlio City Hakeiy Wo lend mid others follow lalaco Knldon Hot weather clothing nt cooling prices Sulzdrs It is nn established fact tlio lnliiro Saloon Low shoes r low in cut low in prices Sulzers Look out for the big picnic to be given nt Holt August 11 Fresh crackers nnd cakes just received nt the City IJnkury Clinrlio licit is building an addition to his hotel at lrvington Klher Hall and Marion Coats nro get- Â¬ ting to bo expert bicyclists Eyo pleasing pocket charming com Â¬ fort giving shoes Sulzers Bring your to us woll make them Stretch like rubber Sulers S S CONVENTION Remember the picnic at Elders Spring July 28 aul dont fail to nttend Thoro were over n thousand peoplo at The Meeting at lrvington Proves To Be a Pleasant and Bene- Â¬ tlio picnic at Ekron last Saturday ficial One prospect for an improvement of Tin business on tho Texas is Haltering Tho Breckenridge County Sundny 1 Tnnrtaxn nrrt Mnviir rrftnnwl nf litca v School Convention convened at lrving- Â¬ pense than we are crowning thein now ton July 13th and was called to order -S-ulzers by county president G W Beard of Gordon setter pups for sale pure Hardinsburg stock nnd bcnutiestIiirence Davis Clo Tlio exercises were opened by singing verport Ky Traiso God from whom all blessings A badglrtu makes n bitter enemy How jooU jnio friends Wo are making Invocation by Rev Murphy of Rus mus Sulzers sellville Ky Crystalized wafers just tho thing to Scripture reading by Rev Cullom from eat w ith ico cream You can get them tho llllth psalm nt tho City Ilakory Singing hymn No 203 in Gospel hymns je Fivo well bred Gorden setter pups for No 5 Tho address of welcome was delivered salo pure stock Address Clarenco by tlio pastor in charge and was respond- Â¬ Davis Cloverport Ky Tho Helping Ilnnd Society will give ed to by tho president Nearer my God to tlico wns then nn ice cream supper in Mr Geo Jordans sung by Miss Ellen Munford Tho yard Friday July 20th music of tho song wns composed by What everybody says must bo true Henry Barton thoy say that tho best and coldest beer A short timo wns dovoted to reporta sqtd nt the Palace Saloon is from vnrious Sunday schools The fol- Â¬ There will bo n picnic at Thos O lowing schools wero represented Bew Ryans on tho Cloverport nnd Howling leyville Webster lrvington M E Green road Saturday July 21 Church South of Hardinsburg tho Bap Â¬ Tho black berry crop in tills vicinity tist church of Hardlnshurg Garfield vns not a good one and they liavo been Clifton Mills Union Stitr and Stephens n great demand in the market port Every school reported with ono or two Brass and string music nnd prominent ponkersnro nraong the nttractions nt exceptions complainod of n lack of inter- Â¬ est nmong older church members in ders spring Saturday July 28 Thoy always have a largo crowd nnd a Sunday school work All the schools re- Â¬ ported savo ono or two continue twelve iod time nt tho picnics given nt Thos Ryan 8 Saturday July 21st is tho months in tho year After tho reports from tlio schools nn y- address was given by Hon G W Beard Rov S G Shelly will preach nt Holt At tho closo of the address Miss Chnr hapol next Sundny nt 11 n m nnd nt lotto Hcrndon recited n poem entitled 10 Elm streot church in this city nt 8 the Lesson of tlio Stars in Singing hymn 21 in No 5 Tho Acmo nnd Button brick plants aro Prof Murphy of Russellville n ado a both running full force but the Clover-Â¬ few remarks in regard to tho state con- Â¬ port is Btill hanging fire from some rea Â¬ vention nt his city nnd said thnt nil who son nttended would be cordinlly welcomed Cool refreshing wntor flno music n Miss Nellio Henderson sang The good dinner and lots of protty girls will lamt of Rest words by Mary Mark reel you nt Elders Spring Saturday Lemon Music by Ciro Pinsuti Jly 28 Tho convention then adjourned until Jlyouwantto liavo n general old- - 1 00 p in After adjournment nil retired to the ashibned good time for ono day dont ail to attend tho picnic nt Thos Q grove near tho church nnd enjoyed the dinner prepared for the occasion pans Saturday July 21 The afternoon session oponed by sing Tho managers of tho picnic nt Elders Spring say it will bo tho biggest allair of ing Rov Cullom then addressed tho con- Â¬ the season Thoy want everybody to vention on Who nro benefited by tlio came and have n good time Sundny School nnd how You heard about tho man who wont Singing hymn 201 in No 5 over town trying on shoes ho couldnt Address Mr Jesso R Eskridge of And any to fit him ho caino to us and Hardlnshurg The necessity of Chris Â¬ lie now wears Sulzers shoes tian Education to tlio Young Djck Beavln has a copy of a nowspaper Song Come Thou Fount Miss that is liko Daisy Bcavins ducks Nora Henderson composed by II Mil- Â¬ away back back back It Is tho lard yorker and is dated in 180 Paper Miss Lillian Cooper Religion fill Groves who has been quite sick in the Sunday School as taught by song stills homo in Tohlnsnort for several Hymn No 4 in No 5 w0fes is so improved that ho was able Addresses by Messrs Tlios J Jolly to b over In Cloverport yesterday and Y G Babbago on Tlio duties of the Ypu will ask tho prico twico you Superintendents The following delegates nt large to pt liardly realize it like a dream tho state convention at Russollville wero ut Jt no dream wo nro simply weed- selected Miss Sarah Richardson of out our clothing stock Sulzer s Union Star Mr William 11 Cain of Miss Lillian Cooper of form you always find us bene-- Bewloyville Ruth Mr V G Babbage of Hardlns seo- the public just now we aro burg aud Mr F N Diluy of Clover- Â¬ Kow far wo can stretch a dollar with- - port Hardinsburg was selected as the place akiugthe eagle scream Sulzers for our next convention which will be ly all of Cloverporta four hun- - held on Thursday before the fourth Sun Â¬ society witli their visitors have day in July Mr G W Beard was re electaj presi Â¬ out at the Tar Springs rusticating era days and they still continue dent and Mr Jeseo R Eskridgt secreÂ¬ tary In tbr Last night as we went After the election of officers Mlaa they were all in the giddy whirl Bulah Bennett sang Not ashamed of id ball ami onjoying tbuielvM Ohrit by 11 P Danka The convention ruecrowu I being ciiapwoeed Onward Ciiriaelau closed with atoning Soldiers and a turn KvMurmy Mra W GHuupt diction by JWv Qullotn P K 8 Watkitja JwsW K Kk wuaji Sec Jlewlted Firstthnt we the Democratic Conimitteo receive with regret tlio resignation of our Chairman Hon D R Murray in which wo loson hard worker nnd safe leader JlctoUed Second thnt wo rcindorso tho principles of tho Democratic party as promulgated by tho party nt Chicago in the National convention assembled in 1812 nnd that wo regret with humiliation tlio failure of tho present Congress to enact such laws and bring about such tnrilT reform ns tho party demands and tins just right to expect Jletolted Third that wo cheerfully endorso tho candidacy for Congress of our friend nnd county man Dnvid R Murray nnd thnt wo rccogniso him ns a gentleman of high honor nnd nbility peculinrly fitting him for tho position to which ho nspires nnd in presenting him to tho other counties of the district assure them that confidence in him is not misplaced llemhed Fourth thnt wo request tho Democratic papers of this Congressional District to publish these resolutions Done at Hardinsburg Ky July 14 1894 J E Monarch Mike Miiiun Chairman Secy Â¬ Cor Third and Market Sts Loulsvile UUUUUUUUUUiHIWiUimUUWUiUlUft PERSONAL N Hall Ii at home this week Tony Nicholas Is at home this wetk Miss Maud Hendricks Is at Webster S Wherbthinga are stirring from Cas Whitehead went to LculiTllle yesterday Mr Julius C Nolle went to Louisville Tues day Â¬ JUDGE MILTON D BROWN Candidate for IltutenantGovernLr of Kentucky The above cut Is a likeness of Judgo Mrs- - Martha Haynes Dead Jesus while our hearU nre bleeding Oer the ipolla that death ha won We would nt this solemn meeting Calmly say Thy will be done Though cast down were not forsaken Though afflicted not alone Thou didst give and thou hast taken IllcsscJ Lord Thy will be done Milton D Brown of Hopkinsvillo Judge Brown is seeking the Democratic nomi- Â¬ nation for Lieutenant Governor of Ken- Â¬ Ing Mrs Jno D Roberts Ekron tucky nnd has tlio universal support of M lis Marlon Duncan of Kavares Florida the Penoroyal section Ho is a cultured Is visiting her aunt Mrs 0 W Short Mrs Laura Jolly of Jolly Statlonspcnt the gentleman of a fine Kentucky family At the Fourth with her sister Mrs Thos Lewis tho youngest of ten brothers Mrs Mollle Jolly of Union Star was In the present timo lie is City Judge of tho City city Monday the guest of Mrs Clayton Cros- of Hopkinsville son Arthur Matting of Sample was In the city last Friday Mr Starling Thompson of II enderson is at the Tar Springs Mo Payne of Lodlburg was in the city last Thursday night Frank Fralie and Hal Murray went to Uawcsrllle yesterday Mr Henry Temple of Tlwhopltjr came up Monday to see his parents HonD H Severs of Henderson was In the city Thursday on business Mrs J W Porter of Owensboro is visit Note the Dollar Notes That you can savo by coming where the crowd is DO YOU WEAR SHOT Mrs Wm A WOMAN Mrs James Mattingly and baby lluth are spennlng the summer with her parents in this city Mr W 11 Bowmer has returned from Frenoh Lick springs very much Improved In Suspenders We have a A y Tlio message came tho tired feet hnvo trod for the lost time tho rough and thorny road of life and lie resting in the silent tomb whllo tho spirit passes on to An unfortunate and singular as well the spirit world the mystic beyond as serious accident occurred in HardinsSurrounded by all of her near relatives burg early Monday morning Beard of Hardinsburg Accidently Receives a Painful Wound Â¬ health James Macken of Honeylocuit was In the city Saturday night circulating among his friends Â¬ children and grandchildren and her only surviving sister Mrs Eliza Barnott who arrived from her home in Evansville Ind the 28th ult Mrs Martha JHaynes passed from tho stage of life about 4 oclock Sunday afternoon July 1st 1894 lacking only fivo days ol reaching her seventy soventh mile stone along the march of life Her remains were con- Â¬ voyed to tho family burying ground on her sons J II Haynes farm by under- Â¬ taker A Right of Brandenburg and thero removed from tho hearse nnd low- Â¬ ered into tlio tomb by her grandsons Haynes Gabo and Harvoy Board Henry and Clinrlio Shacklett and Gus Haynes Appropriate verses were read from tlio book of lifo and prnyor offered by Rov J D Richardson floral offerings by Mrs J D Richardson Dr nnd Mrs Wells Mr and Mrs James Bland Mrs Dowdy Mrs Hem stetter Mrs Jim Fontaine and Mrs E A Coleman of Brnndonburg attended the funeral A lengthy funeral train followed her remains to their last resting place the most lengthy procession of tho kind Ive seen for quite a whllo Mrs Haynes was a most estimable lady A good conversationalist she made herself agreeable to all whoso ac- Â¬ quaintance she made In one sense ol the word it might be said that sho was cccontric for she would soldom dovlate from a standard rule But it must be remembered thnt she was born in an age when Independ- Â¬ ence was a watch word It waa a maxim of hers as with Miles Standish of Longtellow momory If you would hnvo anything done well you must do it yourself and not leavo it to others al Â¬ though willing hearts and willing hands would gladly liavo administered to her Too many of us of late every want years are pnjne to accept tho opposite for a maxim extremes though can ho reached on either side therefore we should tempor our efforts in that capac- Â¬ ity to a happy medium A About 5 oclock in the morning Mr Robt Mattingly shot witli a pistol at a dog in his yard and missed tho dog He was both surprised and grieved to learn a few minutes afterwards that Mrs Wm Beard Sr had been shot Tho Beard residence is nt least 150 yards from tlio home of Mr Mnttingly and rather nt a right anglo from tho di- Â¬ rection that the ball had been fired Mrs Benrd wns lying in bed nt the time and the ball entered the open door striking her in tho mouth Two of her front teeth wero knocked out nnd her jaw was broken by the forco of the ball It is supposed that the ball had first struck tho ground and then glanced up nnd in tho direction of tlio houso Mr Mattingly was very much grieved over tlio unfortunate accident John Slaton of Rosetta came down Mon day evening to visit his daughter Mrs L Nicholas who Miss Lorena Mattingly of Long Lick has been visiting Miss Alice Mattingly re Â¬ turned home last week Mrs M Ulaln and son Kirby of Steph ensport spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Henry Davis Airs Minnie Carroll of Louisville who has been visiting bir mother Mrs Welsenberger will return home to day Mrs Jack Elmore who had been visiting relatives at Toblnsport returned to her home beautiful line in all colors and sizes ii Barn Burners Ono night last week Mr Clay Cooper a farmer residing near Ruth thiscounty had n barn and its contenU destroyed by an incendiary fire All his corn a wagon and other farming implements aud a fine mule was destroyed by tho flames tho total loss amounting to nearly 500 Tho fire was evidently tho work of an incen- Â¬ diary though Mr Cooper cannot nccounj for tho devellsh deed He is an honor- Â¬ able just man and did not know that ho had an enemy in the world It scorns that thoro must be a fire bug lurking in tlio neighborhood for this makes tho fourth barn that has been burnt in that neighborhood within the lost month at Fordsvllle yesterday Col Arch Johnson and Maj Jenkins of Louisville were In tho city last Sunday the guest of Marshal a W Jordan Mr Ditto Miss AddlDItto and Mrs Far letgb of Louisville were guests of Mrs F P Straus last week Bullitt Pioneer Mr D W Fatrlelgh and sons Frankle DuKelle and Huston Louisville went to Chicago aid Denver Col last week Prof Murphy president of the Logan Female College Russellville was the guest of Rev 8 O Shelly Sunday and Monday Charlie Hook and Marvin Heard of Hardinsburg and Misses Tliha and Elisabeth Hall were guests at the Tar Springs Sunday Mr H I Weaver and wife left Monday for the Nlagarla Falls and to visit his parents at St Catharines Canada to be absent a month Â¬ for only 10 cents B F Beard HARDINSBURGKY Co Statement of the Condition of the Breckinridge INCOHIOHATXD Bnlr 1891 t Of Cloverport Ky At the elose of business June 30th ASSETS 118 044 24 Notts and Dills discounted 2 000 00 Banks Fixtures and Furniture 3 000 00 Banking House and Lot 1 530 93 Debts In Suit 1 418 97 Overdrafts 29 684 64 Bonds 24 03S80 Cash 31 403 97 Due from Banks 58 440 77 fRIKND OF THE DECEASED SlIlOCCO Acouied of Being a Quack An individual who calls himself Dr M M Pomeroy of New York dropped down in Bulltown neighborhood n couple of weeks ago and began to practice medi- Â¬ cine It was soon suspected that he waa a quack and he was consequently arrest Â¬ ed for practiceing medicine without He gave bond last Monday in license tho sum of 1100 to appear before Squire Mullens court for trial to day Mr Joo Noe of Hardin county was his bonds Â¬ man Mr Isaac N Parrish ca8hlorof the Citizens Savings Bank Owensboro was at tho Tar Springs last night for the pone of making arrangemen commodation of a plei that city who will the near ful The Roof off His Barn Down in tho Fourth district Hon David R Murray is preparing a surprise for tho outsido public in tho returns of tho congressional primary to bo held August 4 Mr Montgomerys vote against Mills giving tariff reform its first back- Â¬ ward step and tho selfish purposes to 214 017 58 which ho has applied the public patron Â¬ age have raised a storm of opposition to Capital Stock IIAIlIIITIISi 45 100 00 tho present Representative that is going Surplus Fund 25 000 00 5 018 29 Undivided lroflts to lift the roof off his political barn if it 1 233 95 Fund to doesnt lovol tho whole structure to tho Dividend pay Taxes 4 per cent 1 804 00 No 40 135 861 32 earth Tho danger signal is up and the Deposits raU are going into the ground Louis- Â¬ 214 017 59 ville Times A 118K1LLMAN Cashier Gone to Betting Two prominent Hardin county men met in Louisville a couple of days ago and made three bets on tho congresslon- al race in this district The Murray man bet 100 oven that Murray would carry Breckenridge county by a larger majority than Montgomery would carry Hardin Then ho bet 9100 against 20j that Montgomery would no din county 400 w 100 agai Sure to Jjreak at O nee If thoy do not hold a closo hand With them business times arn tnn linril cf mon to pay or goods witli rood talk and slick tonuues aud their scheme is to sell goods cheap an uin uoflt lliailiv lor tlie uioHt reasounlila tir r They will da that They soil to all men women ana DUIOl and ono good thing thoy have ono prlco o use to bsk jor any otner price lor their prices are marked on BiiKo ciiiiuren inu uuuuh uiiu uint ia wiitu muy bun mum tor If you get pfMMlA on timo vin will have to promise with a tear in your oyo that they will bo paid for within sixty lava without any defalcation After sixty days you will surely get a dun for thj money and that is right Business is dull and scarce and they must have monoy to pay for goods It must como sure for wholesale mon will not wait threo days for their luonoy They say this is notice enough and all persons having an open account with them may consider if thoy aro sixty days old that they nro thereby notified to settle them at once Thoy have plenty of the boat dry goods notions hate Bhoes hardware carpets groceries tin and wooden ware and they want to soil thorn JUrfiJy will pay a big prico for marketing They are closo clever busi Â¬ ness mafisjrhev pay you tho cash and they want the cash Thev have some fur- nojrTnd cash will get cheap goods from them sure They soil granulated sugar ojp t 5 cents window poles and trimmings at 25 cents a fine laco curtain eu viEa lour yanls long and two yards wldo at 125 a pair Go and see them PflCUlT imlmr that if you own thorn and tlio account is sixty davs old vou must Now we aro writing about Statement of Condition of the Bank of Har AT II AH At the clu - am Hit n fJr G- 2Z - l K7w itsWff SEFF r -I -- - KAGIN J KENTUCKY 7MSALI Wut k4t Mk m e 44 wMi Mm ric Proprietors of the Old Reliable Store Tz f ooo oo iii rnrON W aM 10 SALZ toN power troetioa nl i ftM 04 8 8M mi TM -- n Ml lw ja ruu WIKCHKLL ulu Vt oae toll orSef TWjrt IJ gM leseflu t Om Uy bMeeJA 4M peuaJey Cfoof fer WW mt bl44 wiiunrir Aariv VK f w 6 Highest of nil n Leavening Power THE BREGKENRIDGE Latest U S Govt Report YELLOW LAKE F K Rhodes went Louisville week I boliove the mad dog scare sided Mr Nathan Tuckor has a littlo child right sick NJEXWS GLOYERPORT KY I I ADC UC MKt ty r 1 Mr Dave Rhodes attended tho big picnic at Cllfty Grayson county on the The Acmo and tho Patton Go To 4th and visited friends in that vicinity Tho Front and Neither Portor day following on tho or Bannon Aro in It Little Walter a three year old son of J W fatorms Is suffering severely from Breckenridge News a supposed abscess growing on his spine At Rest WE ARE THE STUFF On Tuesday mornlnjr Juno Sftli nt Miss Ixma Hhodes a sweet and amia Their sales attest their popularity Jao D V 0 Babbage Editors and Froprletri 630 Mrs Mnry Claycoinb of Itoiytnontl ble littlo lady of Mt Merino is visiting The result of reccntsovero tests of pav Â¬ neighborhood brecthed lierlast In tho relatives on Ixmg Lick and is anxiously WEDNESDAY JlLY lg 1894 Catalogue free at our fluencies ing brick is giving by tho Iiulsvillo loss of dear Mrs Claycoinb how many oxpected at ellow Iako soon or lilcd for two 2 cent stamps Commercial as follows Tho Acmo nnd lossesnro united She lias lelt o hus Â¬ Mr Joo WJieatley went out on Hock band to lament tho most lovely of wives Lick last Sunday to visit his sister Itiln the Patton nro of Cloverport manufac- Â¬ Three children to long for a mothers who lias been wery ill Ho reports her ture POPE MFQ CO Several weeks ago the memboiB of the lovo which can never bo restored Tho much ImprovcVl nnd wo trust sho may Boiton New York Chicago Hartford General Council determined that the church ono of Its brightest ornaments soon no well again w U vitrified bricks being used in the streets and tho world ono of its fairest examples AClovorport Citizon Truly Says T10 JASical civeinit Jff JeUttJiuwL ttr7oTiiplLUlSfllaari nnl appoint All all havo fallen a victim In this most i Uk That thn Strimnln Must Rn ti I IJWaturday night was dlliused sweetly ed n joint committee from tho two Wo n1 -excellent woman p j with her husband and cl Idrnti WV1 and harmoniously by Mr WillGallowav bonrds to make u test of tho brick used for this On is a stroke which must mit nnl crely felt in of Fair View and Mr Finley Drown of The Boatd of Public Works aided the Axtol and heartily enjoyed by all the committee In its work the tendcrest man ITpr Tho result of untiring listeners present Agent Cloverport Ky that test was tho following report mado i Know tnohrt wien recety WOund Sizos Uptho Timos anil Shows Bo ed5Ki95rboTndulged Who would daro scorn the good advice by tlio joint committee nnd read at tho In tho luxury of 4 and experienced Aunty yond a Doubt Why This Is fJrlef nnd if there is ever an occasion of tho aged grateful for your kind ad- Â¬ Council meeting last night MANHOOD ncrtousiilcaonuoli u Weak Memory RESTORED WlVZ8SffiSUraln To tho General Council of tho city of tocurenl could justify tho most poignant wo are truly GARFIELD losof which ower Headache Wakefulness LuitManli oixl Nix hllj lMilloni Ncrr oun Thus monition last week Profiting by It I Louisville noeaalldralnsundloriinr poworlntiunerallreOrimiis of either roxcnuied regret it is the present in which we laby orer exertion youthful error oxccuslreuro or tobacco orlmunriUm trust our letters in the future may givo Gentlemen Your commltteo ap Â¬ -- prvcr ulanu which Irnd to Intlrniltr Consumption or Insanity Can no carried In Mr It Sliellman went to Louisville ment the loss of so much excellence by mall prcpnlj Willi 1 S7 order wo reit pocket VlpcrboxctorV Klven written irtittrnnt to turnntiriiml tho m lurv Hnld hrall Wo should bo most happy if it were pos- Â¬ you less cause to frown and more plea pointed to mnko a test of the vitrified last week lerbtuud legists Ask for It take nn other Wrlto fnrfreeMpdlcil Hook sent scaled sure to our worthy editor and moro in- brick now being used in tills city re- Â¬ VrlEu ioimj STANDThlaiitf 3lalnwrabDer AddressNElVJ2fil221 tOAIiiHanlQTemtlaCllinAnti Ultima OCR ATS sible for us to Impart any influence that Mr Henry Head was in town last ForialalnC1oTerportKrbyA It FlSIlKUnndby C C MAUT1N Druggists to all spectfully report as follows KayiuoiyFr could alleviate the oppression of the terest week Summer is with us in earnest When Tho samples submitted were the heart AVo may look around for every --V Mr Abo Itlchardson is on the sick it is 10 degrees hot how wo long for a Acme tho Patton re press the which Atr Cinr rfJhri KV July U The strng-- truth and every hope to for tho Heaven sea breeze and somo shady nook where McManigal Block the Mack Bannon and Hist and the sako of rkuiuBt go on It is evident to all that has Imparted sweetness Miss Bessie Long who has been visit- Â¬ ISTHEBCBT C1 this Congress can not now givo us n real minds in grief Hut wo daro not indulge tho scorching rays of tho mighty sun tho samples of each were taken from off fTTliS TlWb NO SQUEAKING tho work where tho same wero being ing Miss Nannie Board returned homo reform measure Tlie present Wil so pleasing a hope We know too well never reaches tariff 5 CORDOVAN ilnst week FRENCHENAMO1E0CALF Itain is badly needed and tho farmers used son bill changes tho iMcKinloy rates a that suffering clings to tho sufferers self FINE CAlfKANGAKU Littlo Katio Simmons lias been quite Tho bricks selected wero submitted to little and and adds a few itoms to tho and that any other mind though actuat Â¬ aro becoming n little discouraged yet they 35PP0LICE3 soles sick free list and takes a few from it and we ed by the kindest wishes is still a should remember that all things cometli there seporuto tests The first forabnuion 2so2W0RKINGMEN will bo some little better oft than with foreign mind and inhabits a seperate to him who knowcth how to wait Mrs F M Board and daughter Miss that tlio second for absorption and the third EXTRA FINE tho McKinlev law but it is far short of sphere from which it can but faintly God always rewards great patience and by their ability to stand pressure or tho Katie aro in Louisville this week BoysSchoolShdes what tho people voted for and what they breathe consolation sentiments Hut we that Ho has many blessings for us in dis Â¬ crushing test LADIES- Dr Harned and wife went to Custer rfOS0J2j7S The first test or tho ono for abrasion Saturday hope her loved ones may dwell less upon guise expected to get was made at tho Drummond Manufac- Â¬ What The Democrats bad it in their power their loss and more on her gain 5END F0R CATALOGUE The assembly on the picnic grounds nt Miss Nannie Board is visiting in Bow V iiBPftplHKi WLDOUCLAS to give us a good Democratic tariff law a glorious display of tho power of Chris- Â¬ McDaniels the 0th lilt was highly en- Â¬ turing Company on Main street this leyvillo this week v BROCKTON MAS3 but thoy havo failed to do It Tho Wil tianity what a triumphant departure tertained by tho able discourses of our city where four of ench of tho samples of You citn snre money by purcunsluir IV L Mr James Boil wife nnd little son of Donglna Mines Oh thut wo may die tho deatli of Mrs respected candidates Ron bill will givo no rest to tho It is always tin- - brick selected wero placed in nn iron Lebanon Ky wero in Because we are the largest manufacturers of town last week advertised shoes In the world and guarantee question A largo majority of the Claycoinb anil that our lost end may be uerstoou that too people in tins com- tumbler together with Uogrnnito blocks the value by stamping the name and price on Miss Maud Smith was visiting Mrs Democrats of tho nation think that they like hers Her life was an ornament to munity nre delighted in having Judge and fifty four iron blocks of about tho the bottom which protects you ngainst high prices aud the middlemans profits Our shoes havo been tricked by unworthy repre- Christianity a pattern to her sex John Allen Murray in their midst and to samo size nnd general conformity as the Dr Harned last week equal custom work in style easy fitting aud wearing qunllUes We have them gold every sentatives and tho discussion will go on Immortality dawned on her enrapt- listen at his truthful and inspiring words brick tested Mrs Joo Claycoinb Irvington made a where at lower prices for the value given than The tumbler was then revolved at a visit to her old homo Saturday Tho tariff taxes up to 1852 did not go ured mind even before it quilted delivered in his easy and eloquent manany other make Take no substitute If your dealer cannot supply you we can Sold by over the average of 15 per cent While its earthly nbode and her pure and eo ner The handfcome faco and few re- Â¬ low rate of speed for about two hours S L SULZER Cloverport Ky HOLT now tho SIcKinlcy tariff is r0 per cent vatedsoul made nneasy transit to the maining hoary locks of Judge Milton Two things wero tnken into consideraC M McGLOTHLAN As wo grew older wo demanded more society of tho blessed Her career was Board we nro always glad to seo and en- Â¬ tion in arriving at an estimate of the re- Â¬ GO Wo are needing rain very much First the size tarifr under tho pretext of home protcct- - short but illustrous and sho crowded joy his mirthful and seusiblo talk and by lative value of the brick Union Star Ky Wheat threshing began here last week idn Our vast Increaso of capital for in- - Into her littlo sphere the virtuesofalone his clnborato eulogy on tho good pcoplo of tho piece of brick taken from the vestment in manufacturing ourimmenso life Short as her continuance was upon of tho Forks of ltough feel ourselves tumbler and second the loss in weight Born Juno 23d to tho wifo of Joe Tlio Acme stood first in this test After Powers n boy increaso of railroads for transportation earth sho was permitted to exemplify highly complimented especially us OF ST our wonderful Inventions in labor saving the duties of every charater and to im ladies Our personal acquaintance with being tnken from tlio tumbler three of The tobacco crop will be fully one half machinery all counted for nothing and print hi indelible characters on the our gallant young candidate for clerk H them were found to havo kept their short in this section jtj all of our industry and entorpriso wero memories of nil who were honored with C Richardson has been somewhat limit- Â¬ general shapo and showed a loss ill Because nmsshacks old fogies and Mrs Geo AVolf of LouiBvillo is visit- Â¬ of no moment a tax must bo put on im- - her acquaintance tho perfections of a ed heretofore as that was the first time weight of 48 per cent their ways are things of tho Capital Stock 25 000 past Grit push and enterÂ¬ The Patton which stood second in this ing Mrs Hnttie Smith ports to shut off trade with tho out side friend a sister a mother and a wife It he had ever addressed us publieally but Surplus 7 600 prise havo taken their stand Joshua Fdweis Jr Owensboro is visit- Â¬ world and givo it to a favored few on the is true she has slept tho sleep qi death however wo were glad to seo him in our test showed n loss in weight of 50 per Because wo meet tlio views of tho D P BEARDV Jresldont inside Tho country was in n good con- but she sleeps in Jesus sho has gone be- midst and felt when ho gracefully cent but otherwise compared very ing Mrs Win Smith and family peoplo in prices I was very much pleased to see so WILL MILLERVlw Pnildont dition for a low tariff but it gradually fore you into tho holy of holies sho will mounted the stand making his speech favorably with the Acme Because wo givo them the very M II BEARD Caihler v best in quality The Mack repress which your com many out at Sunday School Sunday grew until tho figures of McKinloy law meet you nt the great rendezvous of be- brief but to tlio point there was much Because wo give the most for tho were reached and what was tho result ing tho assembly of the just and in the more eloquence concealed behind those mltteo plnced third only showed a loss Q W rtEAKD Mrs Jake Miller who hns been quite least money of its passage MORRIS ESKRIDOE Importations were practi- Â¬ mean time instead of being an object of blushes and that pair of intelligent eyes of 31 per sent but enmo out of the ill the post two weeks is convalescent Wro tor Because Big Spring is tho garden I R M JOLLY cally prohibited and tho unfortunate fin our pity probably looks down upon us than lie cared to disclose just then but tumbler badly broken having lost all spot of the world in bargains Miss Lula Tate Tobinsport was visit- Â¬ Because tho public finds every Â¬ ancial situation has destroyed all the with ineffable tenderness and compass at INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS semblnnco of a brick ing relatives hero a few days last week soino future day ero this campaign Is thing ns represented weak firms in trade and caused a general ion I must say I never heard on the over he would reveal Mr Deatley the Tho McManigal block which stood Because Big Spring and Jacob nnd Robert and Annie Ball Hardinsburg economy in all our domestic affairs fourth showed a loss of 44 per cent in As whole of mi calm so triumphant a deatli Third party man and Mr Dasterfield Meyer nre the greatest town nro visiting their sister Mrs Jas Tinius a direct result of this high tariir wo now It peeincd as if she had been permitted Burton a Republican mado themselves weight but like the Porter came out of and firm in Breckenridge nnd Miss Mary Willett Big Bend is visit- Â¬ sco a general depression of all business to step into Heaven before her final de- Â¬ very entertaining Mendo counties but as they had no ax the tumbler badly broken Because with cheapness wo givo and hunger and want staring hundreds parture that sho might then address her- Â¬ to grind and owing to tho rapidity of The Bannon which stood fifth in the ing her mint Mrs L D Addison at Ad- Â¬ novelty nnd durability of thousands of our citizens in tho faco self to her friends with more serenity their speech and laborious effort they test showed a loss of 71 per cent and dison Because every wholesale house In vjactories have closed down and thousands dignity and effect besides its great loss in weight came out Mr Fred L Graff of Parkersburg W What my dear soon exhausted tho country seeks tho advantage of honest workmen aro forced to tho al friends besides Christianity can scatter of tho tumbler in very small pieces Va Is visiting tlio family of Mr Chas of our Cash Advance System Because we are konwn at homo tcrniitivo of either starving at homo or tho horrors of tho soul The next test to which tho samples of Riedel Druggists and all others who sell What elso nnd through the country and tramping over the country begging from could enable our friend in tho bloom of Ayers Ague Curo aro authorized to brick were put was that known as the Charlie Tinius Jr and Miss Kay appreciated everywhere those who aro but littlo better off than lifo with a prosperous future befor her 7 guarantee a curo in every instance absorption test Tlio samples were Dyer attended the piciiic at Hardinsburg they are idle laborurs havo collected in Divine Christianity It is thine only to Try this medicine first placed in water for seventy two hours the 4th largoarmlcs and tho greatest strike tho comfort nnd support tho languishing nnd and the percentage gained noted This Michael Hnmmon B Bolder Win country has over known is on riots havo dying Weep not but rather rejoice test is considered an important one show Â¬ CONCORDIA Smart nnd son Walter wero in town occurred millions of dollars worth of val ing as it does the porous character of tho 1itANK II Quins Sunday Mrs Fannie llarfison is on the sick brick and also its ability to Ky juablo property has been destroyed Lodiburg Ky stand frost XsMr and Mrs John Shumate Ekron Because wo havo over list nnd also Newton Tyler 20000 troops havo been called out and precious which has nlways been an important worth of clothing shoes dress Thousands of new patrons havo taken blood Miss Carrie Pollock returned from factor in vitrified brick streets the theory wero guests of Mr and Mrs J A Heston has been shed nnd who goods carports lurnituro Wednesday Ilcods Sarsaparilla this season and real Louisville one day last week knows where or when it will all stop being the least moisture absorbed other wnll paper groceries hard- Â¬ Miss Maggio Ahl Cloverport and Miss Of course under such circumstances ized its benefit in blood purified and ware tinware saddlery China things taken into consideration the bet Â¬ Miss Rillio Pollock of the Little Bend and glassware which we aro Lydia Boultinghouse Addison were this rebound was bound to come but it Btrength restored ter the brick is visiting her sister Ftta this week putting now before the people POSITIONS GUARANTEED would not havo been to half tho extent In this test tho Patton stood first only guests of Miss Rosa Miller Thursday Mr and Mrs John Willett and family nt and below cost to make The Last Request of Wesley Craig is jf a proper Democratic tariff that it under reasonable conditions Our FRRE 93 page showing nn increase of 170 per cent room for our fall and winter moved hero from the city hist week cataloguo will explain why we can afford It The Little Dootor bill had boon quickly passed last spring goods Iuvixotov Ky JUly 9 18iM Uncle where they expect to mnko their future Dont miss tl 1 oppor- Â¬ The Acmo stood secoial showing a Draoghoiis Practical Business College tunity as every articlo in tho The great curative agent Electropoiso instead of postponing it to this lato day Wcstley on his death bed requested me luine gain of 205 por cent house is sold at great reduced NASHVILLE TENN Write for catalogue rented two months for 5 and eveti then giving us tho misorable to thank tho whito people through the Tlio McManigal block stood third Call and examine figures Miss of Paynesville Bookkeeping Shorthand and TelePenmanship Dont miss this opportunity of leasing raakhift thoy have Had tho country News of this community for their kind- Â¬ visiting KII Flahertyrelatives of thlsplacois showing a gain of 221 per cent and be convinced graphy We spend more monej In the Interest ot friends and our KinploymentUepartment than halt the Business several months ago been launched on a ness to hii during his last sickness The Bannon stood fouith with a gain the most skillful physician In the State Colleges take hi as tuition 4 weeks by our method of our little debutantes are hop low tax scale it would now have been Especially Mr Ken Wnthen makes no errors glved no medicine but teaching book keeping is equal to 12 weeks by the For he but somo of I 83 pur cent ing she will soon take her depurtuiu old plan I Iteachers 600 students past year no comparatively prosperous and tho peo dono moro for mo than anybody could Tho Mack repress stood fifth nnd last docs curo diseaso where all elso falls vacation enter any time Ciisap Doasd We have recently prepared books especially adapted to Ono thousand of these Instruments will plohappy Should this oneo bo dono expert for any white man to do for an while somo of the young men nro griev Â¬ showing a gain of 4 54 per cent HOME STUDY it would not bo long till you could find old darkey he even had my wood cut ing nt tho idea The first threo in this test aro the only bo rented for the above nominal price Write us and explain Sent on 60 days trial Mr Arthur Gillespie our clover mer- Â¬ ones to come within the limit allowed In After this supply has been exhausted no advocates who could or would put a for me I want to thank Mr Peyton your wants N U We pay SB cash for all va- Â¬ cancies as book keepers stenographers teachers chant returned from Lebanon last week tho specifications governing this test in old terms which wero much higher will Carman for what ho dono for me and high tax on tho country again clerks etc reported to us provided we fill same And this would not bo tho only service Mr F 1 Hngood for tho money ho gave He reports a pleasant time but is sorry other cities the limit being 250 per cent be resumed The Electropoiso proves to stato Meade county showed up so rendered the country Tho ineuns of mo In my last sickness Tlio third nnd Inst test which the its worth by its works Read the follow- Â¬ WHARFMASTERS Undo Wesley died with a dollar in his poorly ho being the only delegate ap- Â¬ samples of brick which wero submitted ing letters which give testimony of its forjnlug trusts and combines to hold up priijes would bo forever destroyed CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY Tho hnnd that Mr Hagood gavo him saying pointed that attended was the ono known as the crushing test morit Coiiritry could then march on to other to his wife It was not tho lovo ho had Misses Ktta Stiff and Klla Flaherty of and for tho purpose of carrying out this SOLICITING FOR Also Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Irvitw Ky Feb 7 1894 Improvements and reforms worthy of for tho dollar but tho feeling lie had for Paynesville came in town Friday even- Â¬ test it was necessary for two of your DearSirsl was very much pleased Yellow Pino Flooring and Celling a great people and suitable to tho pro Â¬ Mr Hagood Proteclive Ho also told his wifu to ing calling and were tho guests of Miss cornmitteo to visit the Itoso Polytechnic with your reply to my letter of January Shingles Laths Lime gress of tho ago There is a largo numb- - raise his son littlo Johuy to respect the Biddie Gillespie They report a pleas Institute situated at Terre Haute Ind 20 Such candor is not to bo AND Cement Hair Brick rr oi tlio people who profess to believo whito people and bo polito to them for time Miss Biddio being tho possessor of The test was made by tho City Fngineer among quacks It gave mo moro found fuith Doors Collection Sash and Blinds in tho sophism of protection but wo ho might need their help In a dying nn organ and a musical voice which adds of Terio Haute assisted by a Mr Pago In you nnd your Electropoiso I will have in tho past had no full tcBt of these hour as ho had to the enjoyment of a home circle ono of the employes of tho city nnd a rent it and take tho and all kinds of Building Material chances of being questions If wo once get tho question THIS IS NO HUMBUG WK ALL WONDKIl graduate of the institution in tho pres- Â¬ cured Sole Agents for Youn trulv 0 ALLEN TEXAS of high and low tariff compared we can ence of Mr Ray G Jenckes a prominent Why Billy Livers is so attentivo to tho E A IcClubk Homestead Fertilizers and Troy BIG PAY TO THE then end all controversy Wo havo test- citizen and the two members of your hotel RIGHT MANrl ed tho high tariff and wo now see Its Hot hot andstill hot Bone Meal commltteo Tho samples of brick to be In tho letter to which Mr McCluro Why Myrtle Humphrey looked so sad effects upon the country If we could crushed wore cut or ground into two Inch refers we stated to him that his disease OrJeri acoompanlned with the eath promptly We aro having the warmest weather at tho ball Headquarters BOWLING GREEN KY now havo a low tariff with all our natur Â¬ that over was known in this country cubes before being put under the crusher was of such a naturo that we could not filled Miss Oilie Harrison stayed at Why al resources and skill Improved appli and tho cubes marked A B 0 D and K assure him of a cure even with the Threshing is aboufovep with a large home Friday night nnces and machinery for only one third yeild Oats aro making sfthat those making the tett had no Electropoise but thore was a chance 7fimVels per Why Clarence Campbell quit work so idea of tho brand of brick being tested tho time that we havo been laboring un acre wheat 22 per and certainly nothing elso would do him acre paM pnrlv Friihiv nlL lit der tho disadvantages of burdonsomo One of tho cubes of the Acme was first good if tho Klectropoise failed i This no thought to duy was a LllllllllllBtW convn high taxes wo could then cease talking iuidorWtB8ufclrISBOatntlvo to that placed under the crusher and stood a second lorter received a few days ago No one but Kontucklans Te and writing on tho subject for actual ex Â¬ pressure of 102000 pounds tho limit of shows that wo wero mistaken aud that mW ALiiHrj rnitTTsV iHHHUVHK InsldiTms perience will have taken tho placo of nover go wild over tho hoi plant u f Jr iookeii MM the machine before it gavo way The his cose though pronounced hopeless ny ipppppMuuy theory This wo could havo but for tho thoy do in Kentucky voriiiK COPYRIGHTS n 0 fuce second cube of the Acme abo stood a was not so when the greatest of all reme Â¬ I do not seo what will becom Jo CAN I OflTATtf A PtTVVTi IUU lesortion of somo who profess to bo Dem Â¬ r test of 102000 pounds at which pressure dies was applied iHHllllimL oPnlon write to luilyBinEf - a fioW near IrdftTToaiV nctv Kate John ocrat but prove by their actions that peoplo if It stays hot and dry one sido of tho cubo gave way but three Dontn Din eipeneoee in IM patent Communlca scarce and tho rays of the sun is rail Irvine Ky June 10 180t of fourths of tho cube remained intact tloni strictly oonndentleV A Handbook ot lu they are not Willett so formation concornlna Patents and how to ob the crops up So tho farmers ai abouiav night Dear Sirs lam well pleased with the One of the Patton cubes was noxt Tho battle will havo to be fought over Ei TriivELrluMatiwaiogue u meccai 0 tr Electropoise rjUm tAken tbrouah Wunn Co Tecelre again How Ioug it will bo befo o it will to get loft and so will thocily im i U ofllceorVriSif tliejsnuher and was crush by four months Havo thoroughly tested It SSr itfiiuHiu tRH Rclenii0 rirnu ina use and found that It ill IK l WUB UIKBI1 Willi There is n great dual of talklabjt the wlrfagain is hard to predict Tho faith MrlOBntPSO pounds The has before lb public with n -a WW brtHuht i WtJV Ml H unlaint accompanied wlfTrHr Mr Smart dpno all and moro or mo than you Hg ful and true must stand firm and select governors raro In this stato Iffl are stood the boronow learning the V illnrrluiMl 7 fHNHlHHJ WOTK IB 118 tevin nffur Z75Ti Wwi said it would A friend who has been better men in the future Set backs in flvn rnntnillltftu III ftlm rnr llvona WGtf office and tho change will iaUrnnlJW watching Its Ka wihi lie effects on me came this public measures like those Jn private tiunks lie will get there When I hM T ulN kTaryDWolw fopleaoefiw wMu bSSS August 1st c lfalrsrequlre yuan of labor tuul effort iiowioi your hand mashing thlmwB We usedi ngand asked ma to send for one Owensboro Inquirer gives Mr The n totw mpulu motored The mwhaf pro- - any oi us win tell him wo will A K1MVIW Yours truly we llUvir No onler press ftHU reform oa nauowtvHeiions is Smart this deserved oowpllwenti iberlaiq K A McC lVkK v ijiiji jlini lO get 10080 wii rejwHieu do slow HWl WW wiaic came io Oweaeboro and ablo stranger ever Give us a trial of your --w te JKpntMM m eats TmWWM cwnmw reforms wasn jr made more frietulfl than WalteV Swart tUe ardor Something nobby in ladles Have Your Work Done Right e rarely liv to m thsm a nuitorin Tilings work Jtlie Jfer has during UU stay here eau foresee Itabbajfos aaU awmhIs bo human I I i Kv v DMDrtrad rst claaa work at j iJOttles f ant of jwfaa im mum ttefaot bat iwmwK hard time ricBrkkllsir and PUmsiIbc Dr Prices Cream Baktag Pol right Port K effort ana many ouap in my Ti ii can ua ur suaou as at if ylagUM Ky WwUi fUr HIfaMt AwwJ 1XSK M ww to trmnipn 1 wp j Hard AUtKRT SCHINULHM Rotel Powder j ABSOlUTEDf PURE Baking lit Prea8Uro of 37700 pounds ami D DIP 1J H I I K tY J0lnls respectively IO HV BO Tho Clovorport Surpassed All Vitrified Articlo Others In tho Known- Soverost Tost Â¬ t FIGHT IT OUT v f T Tho Bannon samples which stood last n tho test woro crushed nt 41 iff I nnd inauo respectively Our tests have proved that tho Acmo and the Patton are practically nllko nnd Hro Incomparably superior to the other samples tested The Mack repress In tho estimate of your committee stands third the Ale Monignl block fourth nnd the Bannon brick lost Tho whole test wo bolievo to lmvo been in every respect a fair and Impar Â¬ tial one nnd wo would recommend that such action bo taken by tlio General Council as will in tlio future necessitate tho laying of only the best brick In our Btreet work and to this end would sug gest a stand ird to bo gleaned from the foregoing tests that will conform with this suggestion Your commltteo further suggests thn more competent supervisors bo employ- Â¬ ed by tho Board of Public Works as in tho estimation of the cornmitteo tlio uimiu una iiuw empioyeu somo men wnony incompetent to perform the duty requircu oi tiiem Tau C Bnrth Chairman PM Olteilloy Joseph Schneider Ben I Lelght T P Satteftvriflo Jr Â¬ faWMSSS TTflmw U- tffifiL fS5S - VzEnSs - - g j ftsYW I A tsIV You sec them everywhere Columbia Bicycles sip I f Â¬ Â¬ ii W VJ CUnl L Douclas 2Is WOBLD Meyer Jacob M2nk 4 Â¬ Â¬ aaad BIG SPRING Â¬ Â¬ are on Â¬ TOP WJKC BANK Â¬ HAEDIETSBUHG Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M Â¬ THIS IS THE BEST PHOENIX LastW not Least LIME CO Stephensport t - ASK FOR IT Â¬ Jacob Meyer GREGORY CO Agents Wanted Lovings Agencyfi Â¬ rjJ4Jwlra W I J 7 iiHteLu t ifSfPbrr t1 mt niJnway i1n uVj IStfERed 9f0tf9tKllfMBm tlej atW i n 111 JOB WORK WwlUpltMtypu