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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r -- V i t W o 4 wh Tl BREOKENRIDG II lnil IV j tr i I PICKETT At r r Jht Turne Wrt - V ll lit IMM MM - Ml VOL XIX CLEVELAND Our Own and Only Grovor Soncls a CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY It is quite apparent that this qiicttlon of free raw material dos not admit of adjustment 011 any middle ground since tlitlr subjection to any rate of Inilff taxation girnt or Bmall is Alike violative of Democrat tc principle nnd Democratic good faith I hope that you will not consider it In Â¬ trusive if I say something in relation to another subject which ran hardly fail to be troublesome to the conference I refer to tho adjustment of tariff taxation on sugar Under our party platform and iu accordance with our declared party purposes sugar is a legitimate and logi- Â¬ Unfort- Â¬ cal article of revenue taxation unately however lucldeuts have accom- Â¬ panied certain stages of tho legislation which will be submitted to the confer- Â¬ ence that have aroused in connection with this subject a natural Democratic animosity to the methods and manipulations of trusts and combinations I con- Â¬ fess to sharing in this feeling and yet it seems to mo we ought if possible to sufliclently freo ourselves from prejudice to enable us coolly to weigh tho consider- Â¬ ations which ia formulating tariff ltgls lotion ought to guide our treatment of sugar as a taxable article While no tenderness should be enter- Â¬ tained for trusts and while I ami decid- Â¬ edly opposed to granting them under the guise of tariff taxation any oppor-Â¬ tunity to further their peculiar methods f suggesttbatwe ought not to be driven away fioin tho Democratic principle and policy which led to the taxation Of sugar by the fear quite likely exaggerated that in carrying out this principle and e policy wo may indirectly and a combine oi sugar rcfiuing Interests 1 know that in present con- Â¬ ditions this id a delicate subject and 1 appreciate the depth and strength of the feeling which its treatment has aroused I do not believe that we should do evil that good may come but it seems to me that wo should not forget that our aim is the completion of a tariff bill and that in taxing sugar for proper purposes and within reasonable bounds whatever else may bo said of our action we are in no danger of junning counter to Democratic With all there is at stake principle there must be in the treatment of this article some ground upon which we are all willing to stand where toleration nnd conciliation may be allowed to solve the problem without demanding tho entire surrender of fixed and conscientous con- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ inordinate-iyletiL-ourng- JULY 25 1894 AGE IN THENECK Friends Commtned 0 Throw Dirt CHEMISTRY aVa Erjr rNBaaaaa h KVaaaam Is Whoro Montcomery Got It Whon HI 3 All Things As Thoy Now Are Will Be Completely Revolution ized VOI DONT ACCEPT the mooTcn a camdix coa Message to Mr Wilson About Tariff Reform And Then Chomical Food Tells the Houso To Stand the Principles of Democracy Sink or Swim HIS HEAD by His Record in the Kentucky Senate eeism aaaaaaaaal Baaaaaaaal Jb HIS PAY Wo Will Live on Is One of Idloness and Absent- Â¬ aaaaaaaaaaaaaal Travel Through tho Air and Rogistor Thoughts WILL BE GREAT GAINERS for ordinary mortals to 99ioPURE miTATI0N5 W B H a pair 1 2 00 2 00 75c 35c 15c 35c 50c ontl IS LEVEL Â¬ BUT HE DREW fPMaWSHHaHRIHili Tho first break that tho Monoaomcry faction made in Marlon county wan to attack the record of Mr Murray while in the Kentucky Senate As is well known Mr Montgomery was a member of the same body at tho same time and the Marion Falcon pub- Â¬ lished at Lebanon has taken the trouble to examine his record and it gives the following interesting reading matter Since the article charging Mr Murray with absenteeism appeared in tho Mont- Â¬ gomery papers suspicion that someÂ¬ thing detrimental to that gentlemen was on record in tho same books was aroused from the fact that those books bad dis-Â¬ appeared from Lebanon and Bardstown and could not be found A copy was found at Springfield after a diligent search nnd the facts disclosed in refer-Â¬ ence to the absenteeism of Hon A B Montgomery makes the charge as to Mr Murray absolutely ludicrous Tho two Journals show that Montgom- Â¬ ery was a member of the Kentucky Sen- Â¬ ate at the sessions of 1878 80 and that ho was absent in 1878 twenty threo days for which he collected from the Treasury 5 per day and that he was absent from the session of 18S0 twenty four dnyrf for which he drew the same amount per day making 2i which lie drew fordnys ho was absent But the most amusing thing that was disclosed by tho Senate Journal of 1879 80 was on page 87 of that volume Jan- Â¬ uary 5 1880 a resolution was offered by Mr Murray in the Senate to exclude from the floor all except Government officers newspaper reporters etc and Mr Blackburn amended the resolution so as to provido that ladies might occupy the seat of Hon A B Montgomery and four others among whom was not Mr Murray Mr Montgomery woa abaont on that day and had mode a record for absenteeism Hence this resolution to give his seat to the lads Che days Mr-- Montgomery was ab ut wero a Allows ana can be vcriuod t refenco to the Senate Journal of cr79 60 which ought to be found at Uny Clerks office and can bo found at tho office o this paper 1878 January o4W iSH 1018255 March 6 a Vnbruary2 0 MarcFftr Ajjril 0 8 GEN P WATT HARDIN Theni itOovcrnorofKentiickjr o R I I BEATS THEM ALL I Just for fun Mens socks 3c Ladles Tan Shoes for 08c wortli Ladies Fino Slippers for SI 00 worth Ono Lot Children Slippers for 40c worth Ono Lot Baby Shoes for 10c worth Ladles Vesta for 5c worth Ladles Vests for 14c worth Ladles Vests Lislo thread for 10c w ortli July 10 InWasbinKton Bulletin tense interest v as created by Mr Wil It is difficult H sons announcement in the Jlouso to day that lie had a letter from President Cleveland which the latter had jter mltted to be made public The letter was In the Presidents vigorous style and was a stirring tribute to the Wilson Bill and a direct blow at any surrender to the Senate bill WashintonJuly 10 President Clove lands letter is as follows Pergonal Executive MansionWash To Hon William Jngtdu July 18 1804 L Wlleou My Dear Sin The certainty that a conference will bo ordered be- Â¬ tween the two houses of Congress forihe purpose of ndjusting differences on the subject of tariff legislation makes it also certain that you will be ngnln carlcd upon to do linrd service in tlie cause of tari IF reform My public life has been so closely re la ti d to the subject I have bo longed for its accomplishment and I have so often promised its realization to my follow- countrymen as a result of their trust and tonlldence in the Democratic party that lUope no excuse is necessary for my earnest appeal to you lhaf in this crisis jou strenuously insist upon paTty lion esty and good faith and a sturdy adher- Â¬ ence to Democratic principles I believe these are absolutely necessary conditions to the continuation of Democratic exist- Â¬ ence I can not rid myself of the feeling ibat Stlils conference will present the best if not the only hopo of true Democracy Tho aboyo is n true likeness of Gen P Walt Hardin candidate for tho Demo- Â¬ cratic nomination for Governor of Ken- Â¬ tucky P Watt Hardin Iti 0110 of Kentuckys noblest sons No citizen of Kentucky lias done more to make and hold our beloved State tho banner Dem- Â¬ ocratic Statu of the Union than has he He is tho greatest Democratic debater and tho most vigorous campaignerin tho fjtato His silvery tonguo can thrill tho bouIs of all true Democrats and many aro the enemies who have fallen beforo the irresistaolo blows of his convincing eloquence He is an honored son of one of tho most honored and famous families in Kentucky and ho has frequently held important Stato official positions with credit to himself and patty From nil appearances he will bo tho next Governor of Kentucky Brecken- ridge county is for him say what tho Twentieth century may have in store for us Mr Tesla tells us that we slinll be ablo to light out houses by disconnected globes glass of which we can make luminous or at will by placing them within or without the infinenco of electrostatic currents emanating from tho walls of the apartments Mr Eddison says wo shall be able to see long distances by electric- Â¬ G T N A A Y O R E Ayers Pills promptly relieve stomach troubles correct foul breath and an un Â¬ pleasant taste and euro constipation Patriotic Sons Various stories aro told of Americans abroad nnd their boasting of tho glories of their own county Perhnps the most extravagant story of this kind is told of three American students in Paris who celebrated the Fourth of July by a llttlo dinner r Before they separated tho toast of The United States was proposed and was responded to as follows Our glorious land bounded on the north by the British possessions on the cast by the Atlantic on tho south by Mexico and tho west by the Pacific The second student in patriotic fervor amended tho toast in the following lan Â¬ guage Indications point to its action as the reliance of those who desire the genuine the ful Â¬ fruition of Democratic effort fillment of Democratic pledges and the redemption of Democratic promises to To reconcile differences in the people the details comprised within the fixed and well defined lines of principle will not be the sole task of the conference but as it seems to me its members will have in charge the question whether Democratic principles are to be saved or ndoned victions misapprehending the feeling and the nfc of the rank and file of the Do- iney are aowncast unuor uie incracy ertton mat ineir parry Jans in aoiiuy t uianaae the government and they are J apprehensive that efforts to bring about Preform may fail but they are much mo I downcast and apprehensive in their fei timt Democratic nriuetnles may be eii viiiuiuruii do -- were ia no excuse lor misiaaini or JKiT -- - Jjtbythi YeatUil In thwd circumstances they cap J0 otherwise than to look witl8and those who dencet y lhave patriotically and- - slueeraJF DenMH lninn1 iu mim of tariff refjndence fs a VltfiSV IIMiInB IDeraocwrtte Hues and gulujr T ratic ptiMiples This0 lutlv atMMMBkxl by ttfow leadewbin rf thef and eyery sta ys that this bill tntativea upeHUte jd as Jt will be sub- iKwry tywL ace Jails iar short A tariff fmforwhieh we have Wit pHMSHt wkioli we have suffered nltted to ti diaeonKgement wbieh la ow cotwu gv m a rallying ery is rluinh-aiHl-wiiin its dtiet wiU Iblatiei i IHtmMrte and ouldaw aucoeaa that our abandon- mW mum km the principles upon age soum i reaia nMaaaf party peittdyWH 1 lr lkl fgNf ixplaiBed I bIioiumv op will b I ought not to prolong this letter If what I have- written is unwelcome I beg you to believo in my good intentions In the conclusion of the conferences toucbingthe numerous items whieh will be considered the people are not afraid that their interests will bo neglected They know that the general result so far as they may be concerned is to place homo necessities and comforts more easily within their reach and to lnsure1 the better and surer compensation tlinsA nlin toll Wo all knoui y a j1 nplff j- and 3tftttoS 5L tSTtoel ise x expect very lew or ua can ly when our measure is perfected that all its features aie entirely us we would prefer You know how mpch I deprecated the incorporation in the proposed bill of the income tax feature In matters of this kind however wliioh do not violate a a fixed and recognised Democratic doct Â¬ rine wa are willing to defer tq the judg Â¬ ment of a majority ol our Democratic brethren This is mora palpably appar rent when we realize that the business of our country timidly stands and watch Â¬ es for the result of onr efforts to perfect tariff legislation thai a quick and certain return of prosperity waits upon a wse aiijustment ana tnatu conliquig people still trust in our hands their prosperity ami well being The Democracy of the land plead most araestlyfor the speedy ecwpktlon of the tariff lexWatiofl whisk Mr repre Â¬ sentatives have undertakee but they de Â¬ mand not less MriiMtlyttMt no stress of necessity shall tewpt those they trust to the abandonment e Detooeratlc prlaei nle Yours yry truly GftovjHt GikVhianjj L On the weatjly k injMtfation JBiraw S Tl 1 nlaneta W hv again ad again prom- LaBraWyLslie pOswItUiu Hi of the enormously M una wwn m nwrum to our rifHly lights seen Mr manttlMttifeK as ikhw m Heaja Mars was toocralio partrwaa Imntthd i wttli j Mm wa twHtnraWMtxH Uie tartaaU opposition M lenti8t8 fl 1 dw years f eommu 3ii oold disdain the prlaeeea received M oMrtIythl if WBlwwipotKpWforin the gift from the moooengor More liROttd I suppose she dgb very way JtfMble declared ia which mbc4i sWkittd to the iL own Democratic mm not be Ome - VoghUkt lights Nljiutly iwer to the llgfci set in 1W I uuu17 - Am mjmmm oh uw r we fiWH WHlay m w i over ueu M hm great MMIt Mn d apcraa to Hm woMtvy tmmtitla-iratioa of tbli and iMttitlag 4tm4i UrMrkj um ii wm shkhiM AwlailbxtwmV natuM a mwPsisOf vyes tWrtot tract the Such 1im ba tizwrzzizzmz r S Ui TTmHTWI MH 4M urfitaithM jiiy 1 - v kmyvt kK narionwho 1 1m4 kw imImW Dwm 4 not t to 30 Uy tijiualiDK uk wiwe acn the conditlooa of t Dm mrmto M jfnk iwh ad my Ty first cUws m be - t fim at aarth lb www JJOUl 01 IM Um BMMaiac a otrvd ia 14 ibgrtas sovth aad tueof for Maw b liiaa Itklrhaa takt TV ti ooaatellatton Oapriooru -h Mtll dafla4 tonophaa ol Man ia Bd ll plain vMbfc or aatronvawrat can docreaaj iu the laoraaw 11 oirMpsaodU ponUou ia Naard to JUtf is wt Um Wbtrt akMtBPralMI1 mm mtw rfV tP gjgaWlM a 4 kfttaT or mmf ww wvnm - t8 Heros to our glorious country bound Â¬ ed on the north by tho north pole on the south by the south pole on the cast by Europe and on the west by Asia Tho third student rose and remarked While youre giving a toast why not give a good ono I proposo a toast to the iand of the free and the homo of the brave bounded on the north by tho D 30 28 May 1 3 4 5 0 WlM Recalls on tne south by tho easl In addition to this Mr Montgomery by the day of juifglfc68 on has beeu at home frequently in the last apJK81 They drank tho toast in silent eight years when Congress was in ses-- al of this tribute of their native land sion and drawing his pay at three times the amount per day allowed a Kentucky Mr Watterson- - On the Presidents Senator Message Mr Murray has explained his absence Tho moment the Wajs and Means from Uie Senatein various speeches so Committee conceded to tho Protection- Â¬ as to fully exonerate him from fanlt ists their schedules and classification it and especially at Bardstown in which lost its battle It was precisely as if the he said hat he had attended tho first General of an army should voluntarily session of the Senate in1878 and part of surrender to his enemy overy vantage tho second in 1880 when he was called ground upon a territory whore nil tho to Colorado on important business pivotal positions wero in his own hands Â¬ where ho was tekeifiick with rheuma Tho result wo see in tho formal disa- Â¬ tism which almost destroyed his life greement reached by tho two Houses and kept him conflaed for manyjweeks yesterday After all the delay all the that he returned to the Senate at the tergiversation all tho scandal all the latter eml oLtho session still diseased tosses or poettion and prestige wo aro and was again atUuked by the dread juet wneie we started with the Presi Â¬ disorder atidrvas taken to the dopot oi dent impelled to write a letter and iu a stretcher aad from there home In itself a strong and true letter denounc- Â¬ the meantime a sheriff on whose bond ing the traitors who have betrayed us in he was security bad defaulted and lie the Senate and recalling the House to had been sued as stieh security He had its duty to the pledges to which its surrendered ail of Ida property to lIs in your mouth indicates majority owe their existenco and on creditors and when he recovered lie Sue and shows that which we won the last Presidential bat your Woods wrong learned there waa money to his credit tle iu the State Treasury His creditors TEATS There was but one key to the situa eouUsot toak it by the law but they tion and that was the Chicago platform SARSAPARILLA waRUMLlt The law would- - give it to It ia too late The iron has entered him aad itwoald have remained in the into tho soul of the people will set your blood right 1 and The fruit of Treasury subject to Ilia order until a campaign pure your Dyspepsia Sick Head 0 education extending over doom4aylf habadweti disposed of jt nearly two deeades lias been deliberately ache NervouMinsi Aches and He gave Jt to MH Gfedltore and paid thrown away The work will all have to Pains Tone you tip all over Try them off He h4 acted under the be done over again But with changed onebottle and be sure to ask beet lights he had aatli believed he had leaders Tiie Demoeratio party will dose riglit He was willing to make the never again lrtwtt he false leaders who for Neats people hi judges o the matter ltaveufd it to to present dieoowfiture Now Mr Montgomerys friende have OBJ I iMtlal WilfHl h in 1 unprwwa raised tutaquaaUoJt Whatl4 sauea for Moats BarsapariU hi for aalo by Hotter ilt tlte whole aaueeou affair go tb goose is imuc for the gandor Mr to gram gentlemen some home whore A n FISHER Druggist Moatfeomaryiiii a rieu man and a lwnVer the greater number of you will and bus ClflVerpttrt Ky If those aeatiamoa wlto have been wak fneas of Iwjwtaoee awaKIng you lag the point Htur Mwmytbat tttaw- tJLT in pay without jtMag WWkdiqaUt HONEY LOCUST VmX No Miaott aaudklatt lotftJhott verify tapt 1 mnliwoa rnlMC AMSMTHiT Mrs Win Redman who ha boon vis tho aboy atatowaqhr ml wiUlww Uieir mm say uuiumu iting Hr naroato Mr aad Mm Whi Line wwMlhkto Bsaasaat fAa jAkg We IMMMH a OVRI Oatfeway Wit FrMay for LouIhyUIo fnutMotrx aLawHjAi where sho wlM jota huabawd who ia f The Mroalnwrito OmuiIv TbmwIwts arigapd in hualaoM at that place 0T M QUANTITY RUT IN Hardjaabu MaS W latiuU wiltU fcM la HHmb ooata for hf9 In thif neighborhood Ky ligiaala iniwat W MMtf and oom k 1mj all teat Uaataf Tahw im Mt Jno Oaltoway of aarlrvhagtoa toajhMS and tho wkM96j teaon taw ya with hb pamata Mr Um ajwat a duriag this athaot yaaf la aa4 Mm Win Galloway this wotk 4wllMna 1 otrttf TmatwM a aqajfa4 t Mtlfir all That Tom Jaff aad XH arc rlvala at MeGavoeka oltta liaia ami aaiaaai moIsa Tat0MMofor hjhbpr gtria 1018 ity Prof Houston that our thoughts will bo solf registering Prof Silvanus H HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS Thompson that wo will soon bo speaking by telepbono with England and Mr Preeco that wo shall somo day do the like witli tho planet Mars Now comes 25c Ono Lot Lnkies Wlilto Aprons for 10c wortli M Berthelot tho French chemist and O V ono of tho most cminaut savants of tho 25c patterns for 10c worth Wool Chnllie desirablo A day who assures us that agriculturo and Ono ot Shepherds plaid Cotton Worsted for stock raising is doomed and that our do R sccudanUfwllI feed on tho dainties of 20e worth I tho chemical laboratory prepared from 20c Ono Lot Dark Mulls for 10c wortli j carbonic acid nitrogen and hydrogen M Bertholot foreshadows with a gases Benin mts Calico 3Jc yard C very liberal hand all kinds of resources Y of which wo aro ignorant which will bo placed at tho service of humanity in tho year 2000 There will he no use for coal Ky GEO YEAKEL CO mines as tho problem of combustibles will bo solved by tho assistance of chem Â¬ istry nnd phjsliS Thoro will bo no mi Â¬ nors strikes no custom duties no pro tccionlBtn no wars nnd no frontiers wa- Â¬ tered by human blood Aerial navigaittion with ite motive pow or supplied by all chemical energy will rolegato such obsolete institutions to tho past 1 WE We shall then bo very near realizing SOLE AGENTS v tho dreams of Socialism provided we succeed in discovering a spiritual chem- Â¬ county in istry which will change tho moral nature ot man as profoundly as our chemistry FOR THE SALE V M transforms his material nature Berthelots blan for utilizing tho internal lieat of tho earth is ingenious He says that to obtain tho central heat it would suffice to dig wells 3000 or 1000 meters deep which tho engineers of the future should have no great difficulty iu doing At the bottom of these wells tho water would reach a very high temperature and would consequently devolop a press- Â¬ ure capablo of keeping in motion all the machines in tho world Thero will bo Quality Purity no more harvest fields no more vine- Â¬ yard and no more herds of cattle be- Â¬ fr aT Unexcelled Recommend- S cause nobody will eat bread or meat or ed by leading physi- t3drink wine but confine himself to his clans- Man will gain in chemical lozengo morality because ho will If tlon of living creaiutL 4t c b transformed into a vast garden ed by the effusion of subterranean BRANDENBURG KY springs and tho human race will live on 1 Xt it in abundance as in tho legendary age To tho charge of being visionary M Berthelot roplies that railways steam- Â¬ J 0 BOURNE J M HARPER DANIEL UROuTraT boats photography telegraphy and tel- Â¬ ephony aro no more wonderful than what ho predicts and thoy wero treated BOURNE as chimcrcial before thoy wero realized BROOKS CO However mythical M Berthelots predictions may bo they ore on tho whole comforting and contain nothing that is calculated to causo alarm Courier-JournÂ¬ S F o L T E W lc E T E Brandenburg Â¬ t - I t are mb vjy 4S I this i fthe j yij vS l l i I Ji If ill Ul sm r S x49S W 8sVx oioooovy and J 1 1 Iff xJOx WHVITT iff it HARPER Â¬ al Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVILl KY BOURBON STOCK YARDS mV Fxa - i- TftSTE TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENTBOWLING GREEK Business Colli BOWLING GREEN R hJ JV f COLLEGE - - l laucm w mm CSTABLIBHCO IN SOUTHERN Schoo 18TS Â¬ BUSINESS Theereat BujlnesjTralnlnB School 0 the South I EnulUh 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Aiigutt l8sH K8 WHt i40 m MfikisSTr orfcnoiiiifDA vro II - wqjfh- rr lUrjt Tlie bojjJifhV tliti 1 e d08fB ever Munnrcli Is Jav t in J wensboro lhiling 28 ttiUeif Day of rest Saturday July pcnlc at Elders spring Mr John Iloben was in Louisville a few days last week Mr Clayton Heard has the contract for aC rj- SIX PAGES MumiAV nnd Montgomery nro swlng ing around the circuit togethor now They spoke for two hours each nt 1 larl ford Inst Monday Arcs llio first gun in the county campaign in this issuo Now if any of his accusers havo any proof C pjt Richardson against him let them trot it out Fight the hattlo openly or forever keep your pence Tiik man who holioves tho last cam Â¬ paign lie when there is no time to suc- Â¬ cessfully deny it and goes hack on his man was just wanthigsomo littlo excuse to desert his friends nnd ten chances to one he has always been a traitor in the camp pretending to he with you for the sake of policy Now watch the Louisville Post and all the Montgomery papers in tho Fourth Congressional District givo flaming accounts of Hon David H Murray refusing to commit himself on the subject of a tax on sugar Kut they will nevor tell tho people about Alex abusing the farmers of tho Fourth Congressional Dis Â¬ trict and sneering at them in his accus- Â¬ tomed cold and disdainful manner as if it were a pieco of tho utmost audacity for a farmer to ask anything of him a Con- Â¬ gressman and a hanker Â¬ Rka our Klirabethtow n letter on this page and you will see just how sharp Alex Montgomery if nnd find out how that sugar question came up nnd was de Â¬ cided It was a trap of Alexs but Dave had n trnp set too and Alex dropped into it Instead of replying to tho ques Â¬ tion iuiiiit diituly Mr Murray let Mr Montgomery go on for two speeches nnd nliuso tho farmers of Nelson nnd Marion counties for having the audacity to petition their Congressman for anything and then Mr Murray said that lie was for freo sugar His friends all under Â¬ stood and are now laughing in their sleeves at how easily Alex was caught Â¬ 1 One of the most neatly executed town plots on record is that of tho town of Irvington this county in book 41 page 502 of tho County Court Clerks office Tho work was dono in Louisville Ky nt tlio instanco of Mr Edgar Bennett now deceased about tho time tho junct- Â¬ ion of tho two railroads was formed that pass through the place One passing through Irvington now wouldnt know where to look for tho Btreets thcro as they appear on this map There is Union Avenue Lnko Aenue Caroline Avenue Walnut Avonuo Maple Avenue and Grand Avenue There is also Elk Grove 1ark on the west side Hut when you go to Irvington tho houses look as though they wero so curiously set around that you immediately begin to wonder why they didnt construct somo streets lint Mr Bennett had it done on tho map with perfect precision and if the builders havent got in lino it was certainly no fault of his Mr Itennett took a great interest in tho town and had he lived it would probably havo made a growth Ho and Mr It M Jolly all of tho placo originally Â¬ building James Hooks residence Bills nro up for a moonlight picnic to bo given at Antioch church August 4 MissMabcs Colgan of Louisville is visiting Miss Fannie and Mnry Smith Dr Henry 11 Delias en Milwood Grayson county was here last Monday Everybody nlwayscnjojs himself when ho goes to a picnic at Elders spring Sat Â¬ urday July 28 Wo had a flue ruin hero last week and the crops in tho surrounding country wero greatly benefitted Tho most enjoyablo day I ever spent was when I went to a picnic at Eldors spring I am going thcro again Satur Â¬ day July 28 Dr Will Mllner Union Star was hero one day lost week Tho Doctor iu con- Â¬ versation with ono of our citizens was of the impression that wo still had a great many cases of typhoid fever here But tho Doctor is wrong Tho fact is wo have had hut little of it hero for ten years Kov S K Breeding began a protract ed mooting last Sunday out at Mount Zion In tliis inBtahco Mr Breeding has mado something of a new departure A few days before ho began tjio meeting ho took out n tent spreat it under tho tall trees close to the chunh Then ho camo back to town got a wagon took some of his household and kitchen plun- Â¬ der out and he and his family ore there living in that tent as cosily as one could wish He did all this so quietly that but few people in town know of it or about it until he had gone Mr Breed- Â¬ ing tells me that when lie holds a pro- Â¬ tracted meeting in tho country that his custom has been to take his family with him and ciinp near tho church He finds n gitMtl deal of comfort in it besides ho run take his needed rest and study undisturbed Ho said also that ono nl tho bebt revivals of religion he ever held was conducted under surroundings of this kind People camo from a distance and camped there and the interest iu the meeting in a little while was such that tho whole neighborhood was awakened and a great religious revival was the re- Â¬ sult The situation struck mo as being If in the present in Â¬ rather suggestive stanco a few of Bro Breedings members from town would go out to Mount Zion for a few days anil show a disposition to help him now much ho would ho en- Â¬ couraged But this rutting away from tho busy world if only for u few days is tho trouble Mount Zion is a historic old snot Some of tho cleverest and best peoplo in tlie world live around there They aro not gaudy and foolish nor hurt with pride but they are plain and substantial folks that one likes to mingle with 8KTTIK VOUtt ACCOUNTS ui -- urt I Owing to the death of our partner Mr Meador wo are compelled to ask all who aro indebted to tho firm of Witt fc Meador to come in and settle right away as I will havo to collect by law all failing to do this Wheat or produce of any kind taken in payment of accounts or for goods i DOola For tho next sixty iU T cost for cash or produce Uemember this offer is for only sixty vjtu days Very Truly alrsTR A Bhellman is sick at tills Wo aro enjoying an abundance of much needed rain Prof J II Pyio of Hardinsburg was iu town Wednesday Mre Robt Vaughn and son visited relatives at Irvington lasb week Miss Clark of Louisvillo is tho guest of Mrs Jas Crawford this week Dr Penny and wife of Louisvillo aro at tho Smith House for a few weeks Theodore Perkins of Lewlsport is tho guest of Mr and Mrs L T Roberts Miss Lucy Hendricks of Irvington is visiting Mrs It Watllngton this week Ilev Qulnn of Louisvillo filled tho pulpit at the Baptist church Thursday J A Witt Hows This We offer Ono Hundred Dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Ciiknbv Co Toledo 0 Wo tho undersigned havo known F J Cheney for tho last 15 years and be- Â¬ lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus Â¬ iness transactions and financially nble to carry out any obligations made by their firm West A Tiiuav Wholesalo Druggists Mar Â¬ Toledo O Waldino Kinnan night vin Wholesalo Druggists Toledo 0 Misses Cecil Ilaleigh nnd Lula Hall of Halls Catarrh Cure is taken intornally aro guests nt tho Smith acting directly upon the blood and Louisvillo liotel mucous surfaces of tho system Testi Â¬ luno Ilnynes nnd sister Esther of monials sent free Prico 75c per bottlo on lues- Star nttended the lecture Sold by all druggists Clit Florenco nnd Minnie Williams A Call to Sunday School Field Work- Â¬ aniVll m victim their sister ngton ers Vorrtf ami Mfffif f3nnifA Tho International Conference of Sun 8 MWHi1 tliu Kiinilnv Hfflmnl day School Field Workers is to hold a Irvlngtv iasfrWfik cCwho has been at meeting at Chautauqua Now York on X paiIifirmarVjlH nurso for the Thursday Friday and Saturday ug spews expectcVhome goon t0 lOtli to 18th The International Execu- Â¬ iisocuiioii tive Committeo is to meet at the same win iv oi tno UUNI- iiikIi time and placo According to our HluniiV tliu RnntiBtXi i Basis of Organization the Field Work Â¬ Ject being 0 U8 n eetta go to air its Mrs ers meeting Is to be informal and in heir homo by flriK fnw connection with tho International Com- Â¬ w 1 mittee There will bo time however for several sessions of the Conference by FAHartford College V1 lcl gn tltn w lbject which very r iw II1KIW w AUU vntnj itself atwork win be important features i our considered it is IJV rncatly desired that all members of the handled his subject 0forrnri- - nml nil Tntnrnnttnnnt fitata nv educator ot more iA Irovuclal Territorial and County Field tJ Workt wn0 can ponaibly attend will tru uo so B who can are requested to L Republicans bring forvCiauge fifty or Boveutyfive copies eachM the various kinds oi print Â¬ VU1 rerry countv Ind ed matter Provincial uflnear the center of of County uselrj their State meeting is worV The first Noijjtio 2M Inst and called for ten oWk Thursday morn Â¬ lot IjcKet in Hie neiil ing at ho CongrWional House At nenro- oiucea Clark township this season of thexyear all railroads make special rates tdsiphauUwqua ar Â¬ Troy township ioi loom town- - rangements for board byftqwevei should feldresalt tr Dr Ichell of Union b made huforehaiwl ue Trumpy or W A Duncan Cliaukunua New Ynrb IVess Dyer of For program and further information aorflS Wil- - address tlie President or Seeretary Mahmw Lawrmhhc Prw ecoiiil Die Llrtl Di- TeJdo0 Mini Mam lie F Huww Sesy Jtoom 18 Ljwfcrilb Trust H14 LMterltK Ky k Â¬ w the press for according o yotar Kb ar SHILOH gument as between Mills and Crisp they are not reliflhto Items an ftranv N James W of Brandenburg sajs Mack Roberts Is fctlll improving Montgomery cannot possibly carry iurnii is are busy iu the hay harvest nt Montgomery Sets a Trap for Meade by more thnii 100 votes if at all present nnd such an old campaigner as Judge T Murray on the Sugar Question It Mclicath sa s Murray is bound to win Annio Bonm It of Sample is visiting In and Springs It in the district on the Hit cf August by this neighboihood Mr Euiiiielt Elder iilleiulul a hop near 1100 majority XXX lu nc bvIIIu histSulunlay BRANDENBURG Mrs Paris Barr spent part of last wet k It Does not Work However Out with her parents near Hhlloh Montgomery Is Caught A card of thanks to friends for items Mr B F Kes of CloverpoH is tho furnished Himself gurpt of Mrs J M Shcllmnn Mrs Zollmnn lint Mrs Blanche Fon Miss Daisy Whcekr of Rome Is the taines this week gut st of her aunt near Shiloh Charley Moremm Jr Is here on a Aliss Grace Barger of Missouri Js the ABUSES THE FARMERS visit to his parents guest of her aunt Miss Allle Cart A R Watllngton was the guest of his Miss Vancleeve of Lebanon Is visit- Â¬ sister Mrs 0 P Busliam last Sunday ing Miss Mary Do Pusey EuAiiKTinowN Kv July 23 ISIM Mr Brown McCubbins of Stephens Miss Bertha Lewis spent tho iast week Nkwp Alexander tho BukCKKNiuixiH witli Miss Itliea Washington of Irving- Â¬ port has secured the Pleasant Valley w ho asks forn fouilh term in Great school Congress at tho hands of tho voters in ton Rev B Waid up will preach his last this district mado n speech iu Congress Mrs Chas Coleman attend d tho Nail sermon at Shiloh the st cond Sunday in before the Chicago Convention in 18W Mattlngly marriage Inst Friday nt St August advocating Hill of Now York for tho Martins Miss Carrie Slicliman will teach her Presidency Tills speech was published Mrs Dave Koberts Dr Max Willitt first school at tho Jarrett school house in tlie Elizabethtown News two weeks and wife spent last Friday with Mrs this winter before ho delivered it on tlie floor under Mary Malin Misses Grace Burger and Lena Clay flaming head Hues of warning and it 1b Miss Daisy Mclutyre has returned comb attended church at Watnut Grove even said that Proctor Knott wroto it from a stay with her grand parents near last Sunday for him Oh I tho greatness of some Mauckport Ind There has been a protracted meeting men Is glitteringly bright and should bo Mrs Kildoyle of Syracuse N Y is going on at the Roberts school house copied Hill was his first choice but if he could not get him ho wanted Senators here to see her eon who Is employed at but lias closed C II Elder of Ekron was visiting his Brico or Gorman with perhaps just a the Soda Ash Plant He is thinking of Mrs H A Alexander of Louisville mother last week littlo tiny hope that the people would recognize his greatness with a big G and Miss Sarah Aloran of Irvington are locating at Sample Misses Blanche Bashani and Carrie But Alack where 01 please tell us where guests of Mrs E Dowdy Shellman have returned from the NorBrice arc to lay Hill Gorman and Mhs Lafie Parr has been very sick Ixhosayetli with tho gold hugs where while at Mrs Rhodes She has return- Â¬ mal at Hardinsburg Miss Blanche Basliam will loach this Alex wants to be ed to her homo and is some better winter nt Walnut Grove whore she has Ho frrxo to his first choice and to his Mr Gregory ono of Clovcrports mott sub choices even unto the day of Clove agreeable was here Sunday to discuss taught twice before Misses Lizzio and Daisy Claycomb was lands eh ction no doubt the tariff question with one tho guests of their cousin Miss Ida next thing that camo was the of our fair damsels The Dutschke last Sunday election of Crisp and his condemnation I am glad to tell you Mrs Win Rhodes Miss Lena Claycomb gavo a nice en Â¬ of Mr Mills then a member of tho Dr Pusoy tells mo Is getting along nice- Â¬ tertainment a few nights ago All presHouse whom ho now confesses is as ly and if no complication sets up she ent had a very pleasant time good a tariff reformer as the former but will soon bo couyalesceut Mr and Mrs Tom Moredock of Con- Â¬ Mills silver ideas did not suit Alex nor The Ilev L W Itoso will arrive Thurs- Â¬ cordia wero tliu guests of Mre Juke would Mills reward him for his service by placing him on the Ways and Mi ans day to be the guest of Judge Kawllngs Curt Inst Saturday and Sunday Missis Lend Chi comb and Carriu Committee tliu Conference Commltteu and wife and will preach Thursday night Shellman were visiting relatives and not being then in sight Crisp had Come out friends to hear him Bro Cherry began a protracted meet Â¬ friends in tho Sugar Tree Run neighbor promised kiss for kits and scratch for O how we apples do swiih ing at Pleasant Grove last Sunday after- Â¬ boihood last week scratch Miss Blanche Basliam one of our And now tho Kllzibetlitown Ncwsaud noon It is a pleasant drive out d lie most charming and ambitious girls is the llnrdiii Independent lire publishing hopis somo will attend from hero very low with somo kind of fever but paid for praises of Alexs greatness con News reached hero last week from demning Davo Murray with the louis- Â¬ Muncie Ind of the serious llness of we think alio is on the road to recovery villo Post and Bun Johnsons paper at Mrs Shea neo Kato McAuliffo Prof BEWLEYVILLE Bardstown crying out me too hoys for F J McAullffe left Immediately to bo Alex is great Well no now Sommors witli her Tho Tennis club gave a picnic at Basin does not condemn Murray for he is Mr Andrew Fulrlelgh is engineering Springs Saturday smart enough to know that Muiray will some A protracted meeting is in progress goernuient work on tho river at win August 4th and he wauts to be Scufiletown this week at Bethel which willticcupy his time untrussedso ho can handle John W for a month or two His wife is Mr 8 P Drury and son Howard were here for Lewis at least that is what he said in his in Louisville last week tho present Miss Eva Clayton Of Parkland is the last issue So many ask about Odontunder Ivo guest of Miss Jennie Cox It hits cropped out that Alix is jealous of the Orphan Brigade for he frequently tried It and testod it fully and too much A uuraber of our peoplo attended tlie be said in its praise Dr J It shows his anger towanls Henry Watter cannot Garfield picnic Saturday last Dowden uses it to perfection and tho son Senator Bill Llusey Clifton Breck A picnic will bo ghen at Jordans is painless Grove near town Saturday July 28 B eckinridge of Ashland oporatiou inridgp Willie Mr Mcllyar of the Messenger takes a Mr D O Heron Cloverjiort is1 visit Â¬ fame and upon every occassion ignore own brother James Montgomery and great deal of interest in base ball and ing tho family of DrJ H W Frank his Miss Be ttie Cain of Darlington 8 C a braver Confederate soldier never drew especially in the Meade county nine a saber or shot a gun than he But Alex They played tho Elizabethtown club last is spending the Bummer at her u home says the Confederate soldies is asking Friday and Saturday which resulted near this placo Misses Mary Bell Mt Merino and too mucli and to provo he means it ho rather disastrously to our boys Sulphur Well Is if anything more of McGa y Hardin aro guests oi Miss knifed Luke Kennedy of this place who is a survivor of this brigade and had a a resort this summer than at any prev- Â¬ Celeste Beaven Sunday especially is it Mr Will Clarkson and mother of strong personal endorsement of Senator ious season Bouglit as a refugo- - for quietude where Louisville are t peuding the week with Llnsoy for a Btore keepership Thcro was but ono other Alexander in cool water and plenty of shade abound Mr and Mrs John Cox er irand Miss MarjfIo1IrsTTP Hardaway this world and his fame had been won and wliero a dinner spread is far sweeter and tarnished by tlie brutal exercises of and mora appetizing than in a dining STrsTMary Oreudorf of Louisville ac I liavo olten wondfin- s- ori r companied by her grand daughter Miss power and died in tho spring of 324 B C room 1U of a fever contracted in tlie unhealthy one Mary Orendorf of MlsslFslppi is visiting marshes of Caldaean - but lin lV Tho fourth and last quarterly services relatives in this vicinity Is rid tiiexahder Alexander w- vin this district for this conference year Rev Mr Murrel of Tennessee will 6 vio norso the King Crisp give him Ways and Means and Conference convened in tho Methodist church last preach at tho Baptist church next Sun- Â¬ on tho Committees but the old critter began to Saturday and Sunday Bro Allen the day at eleven oclock a m Services will buck jump with his rider here yesterday elder preached three ilne sermons continue through the week Is not a certain item gatherer just a when Murray pulled his tail at a Catho Jxvh feast at 10 oclock Sunday morning 11 weo bit previous in wishing1 that success picnic where they met in joint debate and holy commuuion and sermon at lie Â¬ but Alexanders friends held him down oclock with a largo congregation Bro may attend the wake of tire now Har Is it about to shuflle until they reached Itineyvlllo at another Ilngan delivered one of Ills gospel ser dinsburg paper It seems full of life speaking where Murray charged tho old mons at the Baptist church at the eamo off the mortal plug on liia blind side and ho jumped hour to a full house while Father Her and vigor and we should regret to know Cath- Â¬ that its wake was In the near future completely from under Alexander and butli full of zeal held forthat the when last seen he was on his way to olic church a day of spiritual feasts to Another Hardinsburg1 Ball Club Washington to ills owner Crisp with a hungry waiting souls Robt Nail and Miss Fannie Mattlngly Habdinshuuo Ky July 22 1804 I no good expression Hashing from his Rob and Fan Â¬ hern you writ a paper and everybody in good eye whilst Alex his would be were married last Friday owner is left behind a badly used up nie wero sweethearts in Garrett when the county read It after you got it writ they wero pupils in our school there I am mad your boys come up Friday Ioubo Conferee Duilng the speaking here Montgomery Mr Nail has a government position and and wallop our boys playing ball Now after having spoken thirty five minutes is ut Evansville hid Funnio or Vivian we havo got up a club of old women to Â¬ in an apology for having voted for Mr of Messenger is a young lady of attract- take our boys place so como on again You ought to hear the senses for our of ive personality and quite intelligent Crisp when tho people had demanded him to vote for Mr Mills Bald that he They have loved long and been constant boys some had lame arms some stone knew best what to do and knew the two and but I cannat congratulate as I once bruises and some had hung on front mon personally and that the people of did for my very heart surges at the gates too lato at night I think they the district only knew them by the thought of tho terrible separation an needed lighter bIiocs Somo of the boys newspaper reports which were not relia- Â¬ Inevitable one My dear young friends said they lost confidence in the club and 1 00 and six ble yet ho has the nffrontery to call beliovo and knowtliat a cottago of con- and one boysad he lost attention to the press which teems with tent is better than a palace of cold bits if the last will bet on us old women A next game ho will como out all 0 K Where love Is all Is his praises and announco that they are splendor Is true Ah I certainly of course that is crust well earned nnd love better than So now Johnny If you think your boys a feat inherited without it can do so again send them on and us old dont cher know alwut what I did women will show them how to play ball Before ho concluded he challenged Dave Yours hopeful Found Near Home to show up his position on the Murray Aunt Jkhkubky Murray was silent so It will be remembered that about four sugar bounty P S I learn our late ball club have came back at him la this months ago James Henry Drury ayoung Alexander son of Mr J P Drury of Elisor in Da Â¬ gone to practising auteey over and tlddy way Ah ha you aro afraid are you Well gentleman there is A cecret in viess county mysteriously disappeared winks so if yon have any anteey over this The farmers mind this farmers from home Advertisements were in- Â¬ or tldly winks clubs send them up AJ up in Marlon and the other counties serted in tho papers all over the United east of hero importuned me to vote- In States but from the time of his disap Â¬ Xo August Queuing Oentwt the bouse for the sugar bounty but as pearance from home his family had heard TheAVeekly Courier Journal has with Â¬ from him till last Saturday when It is tlie most infamous feature of the nothing McKinley Bill I would suffer my right Mr Drury received a letter from him drawn lis offer of 100 lo be given to the hottest arm pulled from Its socket first These The letter stated that he was at Sam subscribers who eoubJ farmers were for me In my other races IIamlltonsa farmer near Way rlyUnloi day ia August and guess closest to the and because they raise a lot of mules County This is less than fifty miles highest temperature on that day This actios was taken beeeuse ol the serious every year to sell to the southern planter from his fathers home Interruption of mails esneod by the they threaten to vote ngalsst me and Bob KawM KMigBtd great railroad strike A shfifrio shu libÂ¬ my bono able oppoaeat s silent he is Mr R E Hawes the popular youBg eral guessing iKHiteot or the November afraid he will lose their votes But at the Rhwyville speaking Dave representative from Haaeock county has CoRgrosstoaal Flectlowi is ew boiftg Murray declared Uiat he was for free sent In his resignation to Gov Brown poporod and will be HBRouMoed by the Woekly Courier Journal shortly sugar He would have Jone this here The resignation will hike effect at ow r wanted ftotgowery to express and Mr Hawes will asepet peoitkwja but he lowoHlt LoaffW himself and unload his latwwst in the the United SuU Hanois oee ot poop oi Ow KUa I w Wi Iko Louisville Mr Hawes ws om of Om farmer moot mm at So tliara is no nee for you to dodjp noKomeieni mm mom pefMuw miw kkiMMo4kttiuiNkWi fttmlay at 4 p in for the ekMfc now Alexuir or yqwr stat tar mum W oJ the last kttblftUr Astiwlt of osaaaisiaji an umrts ym out Tit fern ktm latere hM sdJottHMd Md H is M UMjr of the Bpjw you4ytwiWwVspiosod litfo ad UMtaUe4Mjiownil Wkl otaftbttM IpYitoi tksrq k m to toy tar Hm WIU voUbljr b M MI to Ml RG Bmuvv Faster U awH aiiWss la your inwi bf M IIb H i ll Ml fflHl M Wf TXT yn A VV lit Advertlso no balls they are misleading We believe In plain business methods to give each and every patron iqual value ii i f ll jjJf H 1 M BBJ Wfli n If Â¬ jJ Ht H I DONT IT HI f IrJ fri V IE v F illd jWf IHlHir MF You think that Is tho proper way for an What lasting honest rtllubio merchant advantage cAn a dealer attain who habitual- Jy deceives M IflHJ JI M - FA f f 1 ji ifiljt i I llnllhVr l i f Tr- - Ji no jffl jjljfl H - i ili f J I Y Us Chat we handlo the finest grades of goods reliable Mens Boys and Childrens Shoes und we always aim to be tlie Lowest in I - Â¬ m V Ijj lot I at ft Gents Furnishings wo handle only reliable Shirts Underwear Gloves Half Hose lies Collars Cuffs Etc H If x TO - Ah i M M W - Â¬ Deceptions ih M I V t Are to frequently resorted to by some but wo maintain our old honest methods that have stood the test of thirty five years with you and are here still B W yii A -- f C - Â¬ JLO Ij I X O w k V ml I 4 W m LAKE - YELLOW HrTOfe Mr Chi stcr Rhodes visited at Glen deane lat Sunday Littlo Walter Storms still remains in a very critical condition Miss Maggie Wlieatley is visiting her sister Mrs Laura Mattlngly of Kirk Mr Will Galloway of Fair View spent last week at Mr John Rhodes teaching music jMis Cretio Cannon is improving her iieajjy taking a dally drive in tlie fresh mfflvjjjgnir Mr Btl i it1 i i Â¬ ilieir sister Mrs fathers Mr Frank Rhodes lost Monday Naco Coomes and J W MeBsrs Storms attended the grand picnic and speaking at Leitchfleld last Wednesday Miss Lonia Itbodes of Mtllerino and Miss Mary Mattlngly of Axtel were vis- Â¬ iting at this place the 7th and 8th in3ta May your visit often be repeated We are sorry to bear of the serious illness of Mr Joe T Parson Ho Is one of our most estimable citizens a kind fa- Â¬ ttier ami husband and a charitable neighbor May he speedily recover Misses AnnieMcBeath and CubaFrank of Leltch field who have been visiting Miss MIttie Fralze tho past week re- Â¬ turned home lost Saturday 8ome of our boys are wishing May they soon re Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Mollie Akers and children Mr Frank Rhodes and your- - humble scribe were delightfully entertained the pro Â¬ ceeding night at Mr Matt Mattinglys where we were treated to a nice serer nade by Messrs June and Will Matting- ly Bob and Clarence Itbodes Fgr great kindness we extend our sincere thanks to all In a tick room thtio was a little rose bush in a pot in a window there was on Â¬ ly one rose on the busli and its faco was turned full toward the light This fact was noticed and spoken of when enfe-i-said that the rose would look no other way save toward the light Experiments ad been made with It it had been turti- fd away from tho window its faco tow ard tlie gloom of tho Interior but In a m timo It would resume its old posi- With wonderful persistence it re- to keep its face toward tho dark- iqm insisted on even looking to BBBjhi light The rose has its osson 4J facH novi surow into the AILii neyer llrui a Jn turn Under tho skilled treatment of Dr Miss Luella Wbeatleyhas so far recovered her health as to be ablo to resumo tier visiting among relatives and friends She is anxiously expected hero R Burvh soon Mrs Mollie Akers and little children Rhodes Lawrence Margie and Harvey Harcourt Hardin county after a pleas Â¬ ant visit with parents and relatives re- Â¬ turned home last Tuesday A merry little crowd composed of Miss Â¬ es Annie McBeath and Cuba Frank of Leitchfleld Miss Lona Rhodes of Irvington Misses Mary LenaMattte and Mr Jim Mattlngly of Axtel Misses MIttie Fralze and Maggie Rhodes Meesers Tom Bent Dockery Robert and McDoiiie Â¬ turn our he night darken over us quicken 3VM We should despair and truer h dnMbAt toward the light and always make US miriM for braver duty skill and power ice Grief should hearts softer our WKt i nd glvp us new touch more gentli puld make our us its tioly lessons unt kindlier our them and then go on should teaeh cred ordination upon us should leara- better service rrows sa ve ami ourselves to ushadows should We any the gimiuj of lv Is NOTICI Owing to the Â¬ treme stringencey money matters an slow collections 1 A forced to quit tl 1 I ai i 1 - nie yK owiit Mt Ut Frank Rhodes of- - MeDanlels spent a most delightful day at Mr W T Can Â¬ nons tlie second Sunday Miss MIttie Fraite aad Messrs Tom MeDoniel Frank Rhodes and Dr 0 R Robertson went the guests of Ml Mar Â¬ gie Rhodes laet Sunday sight Dr Rob rrtsoa has been absent from here almost three years The most of bis time h Colorado ami it is with pesaielliepreeol hie old pleasure he is received aflai friends as lie was always one of our most loyal entertaining aareeaple and high Â¬ ly respected youn mea Last Sunday was a gala day at Mr FeÂ¬ A reuokm of old lix Maitingiys Those areseat were Mm Hoi frfeatfa He Akers tmiy Ik Boney Barak Mr Bob Hfeodeaaod Wile Misses MaUW Yeronleaead MatMe Mottiaahr Misaea LoaiaadUisioBiiwiMMesta James inm ajM Jhavle 0 Mattiagly Fraak T BImxIm end Lata Casaoa BteMnd by Uto MattJ Oaahtr Eddie was bospitailtr credit Dusmess ani -- f u n bun lur ctmu In doing this I will endeavor to make it to the interest of my customers oy givm them the advantt of low prices V tne caan cusi should he entj Thankim a4 itine aj of sai Mi past i avoj neflW dKf smm - r 3ttiSMMKt if i gTT- ta Mam are -- CMa r J jSfiAt M aaGitltHmiJCxaEl NEWS i artiiViJiTniiiYT r ns rjivfr y Mis MWI f jJSKEIRlMEJVySi built by ila highly of the strange mysterious sounds which 3V have attracted hl attention while EdlsJn 86 Lazy has done likewfflc Thceo will require v dL Jctt ii lay that It worries lilin lo much etiidito decipher If Ibey nre nits breathe Theireeeo discovery e a alwaya lollln stretched out whefV the Begesfrom Mars on the othei1 hand iufs itin the power coolln thaddtre wreathe round with mingling lunllght a lookln of thepeople ol earth to send direct t electrical currents to Mara whose iiihaW at the skies B JEVft I J IM laity1 to keep the Ales Oil too laay to bat hit luwteare so much Inndvaneo pf our eye selves thatthey may be able to help us Ilea llicc from the minnlt the tun hrtt ttatta ortin the work of opening iiptconverec the day A panloniiinic electrical iutcrcMSgewlllj c there till the evnln drlteathe bcamln bencceBeary for some time bet wjiat rwajt AjmvniAsauria a urnln in lt ehlnln will be tho emotions of the auieniluo strike hleface is oet evit Ihat Ilea there calm contented too laay to change wofldwhen tho message qommuBlcatiou has been ofStabftulietl 14 place I f Tliere are those who fliiElyserttliat 4fX taliBn lLa ull wnniwHil lltf chrfnl i fefl HL Br UDMB8DAY JULY 25 1S04 Mr Preece says ho lias kept a record For Colds Coughs Croup Influenza Scllddl alUliiialitei How seriujed 1r ti - ly3Wfio responsible for it 7 Firisf Attempt sue picKett sess3tz ANd 9 sssmasA tHE ArcHIves - C Itoydl ty Methods to secure It Emma May Discussion Institute Noon State reading circle Report of County Board of Managers Explanation and remarks by Instruct-Â¬ or Eurolllng members Miscellaneous business Adjournment Apnnkw Daiskel Stipl j and tutl Bronchitis UHO -- AVERS CHERRY PECTORAL the best of all anodyne klJ r expectorants Prompt to act Law Ai It Is Written f 3k canitfdatr e ofii all a sinllln where the votera congregate la dldnLmuve a tnuoole when he heard the tneawige float Chit caah there a welter too laay now -- K N W to Yete I In Atlanta Constitution HELLO iifidPti MARS f EltW Jy I Hhabilants j nil WSTHlt- For f f alk KG to Salo arh US 30 UP That I yr l Enrollment Announcement Organization Course of study Instructor weowli Singing AVers flair Vitror has no eoual In Penmanship i merit and efficiency as a hair dressing What constitutes goodwriting Sam and for the prevention of baldness If Pate eradicates dandruff keeps tho scalp Relation to spelling Frank I Jarboe nllfnji js m 1 H1J Ant t HnHal IjiIkHM RECESS vifalitjrandifcoior to WeaK faded4 and Civics gray hair Tho most popular of toilet Why introduced when plain Joel II articles v future thatuliUielriiicttroiwlverBial force andthe oiie whereby tho planets will come into communication with each other if they ever do The mysÂ¬ tery of electricity is tho strange fluctua- tionaitjUndfoy If Ukefu ail earth property eoleiyit would lie steady1 as it would be were it common to all the universe and not interfered with Hut its strange goings and comings its apparent relstkiestOkUieisun aad yet its fidwn syfeipaiuywith pther hcjtvenfyi botiits Beem td show luat somebody somewhere is fooling with the dynamo and cutting off and turning on the cur w rent new iora wonu thlsJsaexperl84eolJVnuiiediat Sure to Cure Toftnheri Inititute Tho lireckenridgo Counly Teachers Institute will convene at Hardinsburg Ky August 20 13MtMl continue in session flvo days The law makes It the duty of every teacher and every person expecting to teach In this county during this school year toAattend tho full ses-Â¬ sion r BOO BA U MON DAY J JtTI Tho following is clipped by London Curiosities Truth from Croak o James of Law and Lawyers If a man were to give to another nn orange ho would merelyBfty T give you this orange but when the trans- Â¬ action is intrusted to tho hands ot a lawyer to put it in writing ho adopts this form I hereby giye grant aad convey tp jrou al arid fingutarjTOyjBetate and Interest rfglit title claim and ad vantage of and In the said orange together with all its rind pulp and pips and ail right and advantage thereinwith full power to bite cut suck and other- Â¬ wise eat the same or give the same away as fully and effectually as I the said A B O am now entitled to bite cut suck or otherwise eat the same orange or give the same away with or without its rind skin juice pulp and pips any Â¬ thing hereinbefore or hereinafter or in and other deed or deeds instrument instruments of what nature or kind soever to the contrary in anywise not- Â¬ withstanding A Grand Feature Vile if Ik I J Qeclric rr - A mV vww - jfr v communlca- - MHOIiDESTMNf- Â¬ Psychological featurcs Instructor tanlaofMare U 111 I i fI 111 conBidorcd at a ietyof Arts in Lon- 2K aUKsut II lrecco enKinecr HPS department of the i jUly H read a paper on Elis WlUiout Wires J plained how he had re- trated that wires were ibeeeary to establisli tele- v II J ih nppointe l to inquire into ointnuntcatlon between the tu HKtmiousea no iiou couuue nes of experiments which amply iwiinjl tills mtirt aiiuiw L na MW j liiuwu Atkta tnnl Tlinrk U1W Vf itv in eneakihe between the shore Lr iFlat ildlm three miles distance vFg ihe place of experiment Mr jce then wentqn to say that strange jkerious sounds- are heard on all og telephone lines when the earth is iid as a return especially in the calm AillncBfl of the nitrliL Earth currents 8aldhe are foundln telegraph circuiU ana the aurora borealls llgbts up our northern sky when the suns photo sphere is disturbed by spots ine suns surface must at such times be violently disturbed by electrical storms and if oscillations are set up and radiated through space in sympathy with- - those reiUo effect telephones it is not a filmMm fn hmv that Wn mav hear on earth a thunderstorm in tho sup after further doecribjngthe mysterious undfl which had ottractod his attention inthesUU watches of the night Mr 1reece Bald liany ofthese iplauetit be populated witK beings ilko ourselves of Bguage and the having tha gl knowledge to adapt the great forees of nature to their vants then if they could oscillate immense stores ol electrical fUfgrytoand fiO in telegraphic order It would be possible for us to hold com- Â¬ mune by telephone with the people of - J Sunlcation lie BunerviBion ot a royai J M These mysterious sounds wmcu bo puIe Mr Preece seem to correspond with tliosoneliced by Thomas A Edi Bon who has turned Qgden mouatoln in u w 1 - into a great magaet and of wire about it At the last opposition of Mars he noticed un inorease of the seismic mut terlngswwhich have recently been so Mr Edison and Mr lreeco are violent 0Dy wo of the Scientists who are now and the experuientingaec tiwpli whTifc scientific weird la waWhing the progress being Daade Neither Mr Kdtam nor Mr Preece - b been y that the to lagesoAHpwMrred to are mesa New Jersey Coiled inilos time of the aiW haM mm LpttlaWIl I there are many jOmt kand L 4lMaT iMawtot J I up Uie Mwywl1 witnessbetweeaopening two the i iminmUIIIWtlHll ulaneta WtiKtofli Ir tbe belief that the next Tim eeavutioa Oathe H nas ueen Lenormousfy rtwaigaifWjMl by he strange or T1V rMuwrvolnrv hn v HgUU o jr Mara wan under observation during its opposition oyer a year ago The three n a triangle lights were awmnged NlBhtlyasUatureet led orb rose from tbe ocean Utlje be wiUjtl beavea tbe Lt lAtaJabwottMwoaMdaJkneaMr L - f Mi teleeew Utey glowed with steady aiuvafltiouwl eAMawMe Waa this as tlie tavhy teats et Mars to at- - iHkd tW tnlaeMe 1V ofthl gl m lie tf attltw a 30 theea oo earth lias bean the e4km of PWuh JwgiMrtlB favor if wl MbeobMiwedlaUteaiemlac akwk SO mAmm wa W oeMW mmk m miles aeran It we ahewa the conditieM of Mat wve Mere aawut uejt any Hter V yAhose ofof tbe mw of be BoUi nl msh aad nay be mm wmk I WOoicooe ht Mamie m eay ifint siguaiina dwjk vm e veetr ca X - JtUewr Jmmm f ftJl - TSfe aV in Uie oeeetelhattoti QawioMa del d ataaoephe ot Man Mble and aatrouotaeis oas -- hy aJainlf Jj w the lMreow or Jenwae of ila VglWMlite poatOoa In to 9 k niA Opening exorcises Piactical aritlinletic How teach number and language R A Negro Who Has Lived Out a CenI Shacklett Definitions and rules George Gray tury and a Quarter Still Hale Practical thoughts Instructor and Hearty Mental arithmetic Hoods Pilijs are purely vegetable Why retain it 7 WtaUs it -F- rank perfectly harmless always reliable and IS Lyons beneficial Maggie In a little shanty on the banks of the Do wo need a separate text Osago river at Osage City Mo lives a Wilson The Cream of Current Thought negro named Richard Hoops Accord- Â¬ Public Opinion published at Washing- Â¬ ing to the statement of Hoops he was First steps in reading method out lin- Â¬ ton D C is a weekly journal devoted born in Clmthaw county N C Decem- Â¬ ed Bettie Taylor to the reproduction in condensed form ber 20 1770 and is thus in the one hun- Â¬ The childs idcafcln reading Lillian Of carefully selected magazine articles dred and twenty fourth year Corn a F Cooper and of editorial comment from the re- Â¬ slave he was taken to Missouri by- his Psychological views Instructor presentative daily and weekly press of owner John lvQIayden while a mere Study of words lwuWiij all political parties nnd from all parts of boy A fow years later ho was sold to Annie RnitU Oral and sight words ihe country Tho readers of Public the man whoso name he now bears and Relation to language pBecca Wilson Opinion get all sides of every question with him until the emancipation of lived noon It is just the paper that the farmer and the slaves Since thai time he has liVed Language lessons villager need for general reading It at Westphalia Mo but for the last twenty-fWhen and what age introduce them keop its readers fully abreast of the times ive years has mat his home at Osage Mary Moorman and supplies them with the best thought Hoops is remarkably well preCity Methods of instruction C Royalty of the day in tho fields of American served and lives alone in his shanty Grammar Affairs Foreign Affairs Sociology Com- Â¬ He fishes a great deal for the big catfish When and how to teaeh definitions J merce Financo Religion Science Ed- Â¬ that frequent the waters of the Osage H Blythe j ucation Art and New Books Public and is never happier than when he can Parsing and diagram 0onCunning Opinion and tho rural weekly supple catch a big one and make soup of its ham ment each other admirably Together head ne is still able to do some work Practical tlioughtsIaftructor they give tho farmor or villager and his and it is only a few years aiuce that he nQas8 i family more of current news editorial contracted to remove the stumps and Composition comment and magazino literature than roots of a newly cleared track of land How much it aids other studies M can be had in any other way for five He fulfilled this contract doing all tho Coke times the cost The price of Public work himself His mind is still clear on Method of teaching Instructor Opinion bos been reduced from 3 to many of the events that happened to- Â¬ WEDNESDAY 250 per year We have just completed ward the close of the last century and Opening exercise arrangements by which wo can offer recalls with prido that ho once held the Sclioo grading iBetrwtor Public Opinion and tho Brcckenridgo horse of Gen Greene ot revolutionary Geography JL News for cash per year fame Io appearance Hoops resembles First steps outllnebplan Walton Â¬ amummyt His skin looks like parch- Wheeler Day of amusement Saturday July 28 ment and he is toothless and hairless Essentials what are they 7 J F Jar- - picnic at Elders spring but his step is remarkably firm and his eyo is bright and rlcar He lives alone What a Bushel of Corn Will Do nkcEsar baying no relatives as far aa known How to use the text book 7 Charles From a bushel of corn says the New lie is a member and regular attendant of Cashman Albany Ledger a dealer gets four gal- Â¬ IkatftaW the African Methodist Episcopal church Practical thoughtaJInstructor lons of whisky whletv retails for 110 Of His neighbors do him many acts of kind Â¬ tills the Government gets 3 60 the re- Â¬ Noep CK ness and he would not have to work as History tailer gets 7 the dktiller gets 4 the they would supply his simple wants iMu railroader gets 1 the farmer who When to begin Uie BUjpr w J T DeJeruett gladly but he is Independaht and says How assign lessons raised the corn gels forty cents tho con- Â¬ he intends to caVn his own living for Recitations how to eiion oiuue sumer gets ten days or more in the many years yet There is but little Hall cooler and the policeman and Judge doubt that he iathe oldest person in the ft Instructor get good salaries for sending him there Essentials wbatwa country N Y Lodger u Terre Haute Gazette i ii Oral course RichAjJAdklsson spring We willall be therer Eldors Hlowahd when use textbook 7 8 A ROSELAND picnic Saturday- - July 28 H Pate t Experiments Instructor MrH J Cooiiib went to Leildifleld My little boy waa very bad off lor two on the 18th TnusTKxs iioub jjkv ScilSOLKXllIUlT months with diarrhoea We used var- Â¬ The funeral of Mrs Eroma Sheaffer THU aY ious medicines also called in two doctors will bo preached at Antioch on the 5th Opening exercises but nothing done him any good until wo d recitation Sunday bf July Daily program oLetu used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Mr Ed Rhodes sutlers a great deal How to be worked out school room Â¬ Diarrhoea Remedy which gave Immed with erysipelas MackAvHt iate relief find soon cured hint I Miss Dora McDantels Is visiting re- Â¬ Whether to use jJUftjiF ln a looeo consider it the beet medicine made and j latives n Paducah can conscientiously recommend it to all way Eya Hejrton Farmers are very busy cutting their Will it help teaclierjnd pupil Allen who need a diarrhoea or colic medicine meadow this week 4li E Hare Trenton Tex 25 and 50 Kincholoe J Mr Will Galloway js spending this Suggestions Instructor cent bottles for sale by AfK Fisher week at Mr Jim Rhodes Uloyerport Ky and IvInchjlooMcador Little Walter Storms the son of W J School governmeilWW Co Ilardlnsburg Ivy Storms Is on the sick list What is the trud bais W II Bell Quite a crowd of youngsters visited at What part beloaWto SJperintondent Cob14 KotJMhe Hiw Jaes W Miller Mr W T Cannons last Sunday Colonel Ludlow who was chief of the Teachors and Pjre8i Discussion By Institute We hear tiiatDr McMulJen has bought water department of a large city ono day out Christ Pranks confectionery received a call from a wealthy manufact- Â¬ Mrs Mary Aykers returned to her Science and art OTMRuai urer whose establishment hadmany fa Â¬ home in Hardin county last week Use of apparatus in BJiiool room Before vors to ak of tlfe department There1 was a serenade last Saturday thtaman made his request lie headed Ada Board the teacher night In the Mattipgly neighborhood What Instruction the colonel aflfty- - dollar bill which the WJiai a niee rain on Wednesday the 18th Jesse Payne eoloael laid upon the desk before him seed and it will be a great help to the crops Psychological yiows Instructor When his visit Â¬ vf ithout saying a word Miss Julia and Lula Rhodes visited at or rose to go however he inquired Schoollibraries Now my deer sir what i thw far their uncles Mr Billle Rhodes last Sun Millard Har day Are we ready for the tiowing up piu Oh thats tf buy cigars for the boys rjngton Mr Will Galloway spent a few days at lea then teuppoeu you are loau of is more legislation seeded to develop Roaekad giving lesdoaa on the organ the weed The Maaahnlntar aekaowledaed that If so wliat is It L B McCubbins and Guitar DlscuWoa Inetltute IttiUdUkeageorieigarv- - S Mies Aimer llleks is visiting at Me VTWa allow me aaM ttw el4al his TRACHkVa LIHBABY Daniels this week and she will return moot genial wanner to liMtet epoa your I Report of Library Committee trying eneefMwee1 home soon lie toek twe oigaM free a be United Do teaettera Heed aay aasletaace in the Dri Rebetteea relumed home last Tuee Msown wUatbe ftity dellar h4M0lit RPWweklett day aad his eoeeta Juett McDaniel weBt naiiinil the btttala payer te hk awaisd FWDAY vWtor Tke mm aaM MatW Intt he witti him o a vWt Opeelag exsrehn ever wade a seeowd aMeit to Wribe Mks Btla WeUey la NeveJ4mx rem Qotooel Ludlow YoutafeWwai ArtofteaeW tke avvars aad abe MyV with Ur sieter la ot Coatraet teaehlwg wMi what Happy day Saturday July SS ftofe Mr Laura MaHlagly t Uua JHlkil IMWaepriaf Mm Mettle MaW marred a nice WUt m a taMtaaW t tt W0 tlM of pillow atmMa d tyeayl her wtUt OtUfrweke pU img jaal Haatf ktltaWf IOh WUUmm Omttb Dvi es At wkai age o d-mte lax lag WBwk la mmrni f Mawm tummtnr tMvtvtiw 1 aw Wmm I lmAmattiat at tbe HAm mi Wkmm that while it purifies tho blood and sends it coursing through the veins full of richness and health it also imparts new lifo and vigor to every function of tho body Honce IIoods the expression so often heard Sarsaparilla made a now jierson of me It overcomes that tired feeling bo com- Â¬ mon now Of Hoods Sarsaparilla is JttL f ngrceablo expcrlenco just now said a young newspaper man nt ono of tho down town offices this morning I am going through tho tribulations of the housekeeping side of marital lifo al though I lmvo never yet led a brido to tho chancel rail Yesterday nil iny folks went nwny to tho seashore leaving only myself tho youngest of tho family nnd my sister who is next older than mo to assume tho cares of tho household Neither of us has hnd any experience in this lino and tho results bid fair to bo amusiiig if nothing more especially in tho matter of preparing for breakfast as both of us nre Into sleepers This morning tho first brenk occurred and thus it happened Tho sorvaut Is duo at about 0 oclock in tho morning and as X oui a sound sleeper I instructed her to ring tho boll vigorously and not to go away if sho was not very prompt- Â¬ ly admitted and I also told my sister if sho hoard tho boll to nwakon mo nnd I would let tho girl In Last night I was up till 2 oclock writing nnd con- Â¬ sequently four hours later was iu tho Eoundcst of my slumbers when tho ico man camo and left n cubo of his wares on tho steps Just afterward tho serv Â¬ ant camo and applied for admission At first her vigorous rings on tho loud gong which is only ono flight of stairs away from my room produced no iin prossiou on my morning sluinbors but sho followed my Instructions nnd con tinned conscientiously to make that boll startle tho wholo neighborhood except myself and sister whoso alarm clock also did not lmvo tho slightest effect of driving nway unconsciousness At last I was partially aroused so that tho ringing of tho bell caused mo to dream of flro engines and in a few sec onds all tho horrors of a destructive flro passed through my reviving brain and I saw my sol f running and shouting and tho cngino steaming and tho firemen pursuing thair lieroio work of rescue Then I supposn her arm was tired tho faithful sorvaut pulled slow steady strokes and Instantly my dream changed and I found myself on n railway station going to join tho family at Suddenly these visions tho seaside wcro dispelled and tho stem reality of tho occasion was forced upon my unwilling mind as I reluctantly jumped up and removed the bars thnt hindered tho servants entrance Sho was qulto cheerful over tho affair and said sho had not boon kopt waiting for more than 15 minutes Truly tho way of tho head Washington of tho houso is pleasant Star Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lliUiieior4 lliklilr In the TrlbuTatloha bf llouaekrcploc I am passing through n novel and ex Â¬ ceedingly interesting even if not highly A THE TOUCAN A Queer South American lllrd With an Ex Â¬ traordinarily Largo 11111 A queer kind is tho toucan It seems Â¬ i to havo been niado expressly to tako charge of its hugo banana shaped beak which in somo species is fully 7 inches in length and more than 2 inches in width entirely ont of proportion to its comparatively small body This beak is tho most brilliant possession of tho toucan being oronga and black scarlot and yellow or green and red according to tho Bpccies ot tho bird Its homo is in tho wild South Ameri can woods where mingled with the screaming of parrots macaws aud other tropical birds is heard its monotonous Tucano tucouol from whioh cry its namo is probably derived It is a fruit eater and climbing among tho bronchos it gathers its food with its long beak whoso strength no stem can Â¬ Wartime Itlatory Frank Rlggr tho sou of tho famous banker nnd his fathers successor iu the financial circlos at Washington toils mo an Interesting story thnt corrects a falso impression which many good pco plo havo carried tor years During tho cecoud term of President Grant a man of tho namo of Pickett sold to tho gov Â¬ ernment of the United States tho rec ords of tho executive departments of tho southern confederacy From theso documents was obtained much evidenco that prevented tho payment of claims of southern citizens who protended loy- Â¬ alty for losses growing out of tho war Iu n siuglo iustanco thoy saved several millions by showing that mail contract- Â¬ ors throughout tho south had boon paid from tho Confederate treasury for serv Â¬ ices performed by them for tho postofflco department of tho United States before KEV U U WELLS tho outbreak of tho rebellion They proved to bo of great valao in many othGLADLY RECOMMENDED er directions and tho price paid Mr hi x Pickett for them which was some WELL KNOWN EDITOR thing ilko 00000 proved to bo ono of Iter M II Welti of tba Alabama Christian tho most profitable investments ever Advocate Dr lllrnilocham Ala aayat mado by tho government Klnfra Ilnjral Gernietuer haa been ln ur lauilljr ilnce Ita dlacuYarj and la Pickett had been tho chief clerk of tho Confcdernto stnto department or THERE TO ABIDE held somo similar olllcu which made anrln onr natural Ufa or It retention of Tlrtue Our daughter baa been re Â¬ him custodinu of tho archives Whoii Ereaent Inherited President Dtvis and his cabinet fled NEURALGIA it RHEUMATISM from Richmond Mr Pi iUett carted tho bj its ate after the tAllure of all ether kneara records nway nnd hid them iu some medical and cllmatlo remtdle place that escaped the searchers of tho I USE ITI CONSTANTLY Union army nnd Uie manner of their for the prevention of neuralgia acaiurTou disappearance was n mystery until thoy yroatratlon It aervea were dolivored to Secretary Fish It AS A TONIC was alwnys believed that Mr Pickett and bracae agalmt nerroua agttatlea I aa pockctod tho money nnd ho was uni glad to commend It Oermetue r I not a nauaeoua compound but versally condemned by southoru people a Bleasant refrrahlne aqd delightful drink for betraying tho secrets of tho lost eoitalnlng no alcohol or opium ln an form and la bannleat alwajre for aid and youug causo for n price 1109 for 1500 Bold bjr DrugglaU Tho facts have nover been told Klngj iyal Oernttuer C Atlanta O said Mr Riggs for Mr Pickott exact Â¬ ed tho strictest pledges of secrecy from my father iu regard to tho disposition of tho money lint both of thorn are dead now and there is no reason why Correctly weekly by Pumphrey Laufer tho truth should not bo known Mr duce Commlialon Merchants aw Second St Pro bet Pickott never had tho benefit of ono Main and Market LoulevllleKy pciniy of tho money he rccoivod from LOUISVILLE KY July 24 16M tho government for those records Ho Shipper ahoulJ mark all packagea plainly deposited tho entire amount as soon as ho received it in our bank to tho credit with shippers name and rwat odlee address BUTTER of Oeorgo W Riggs trustee for and 13 14 it was distributed iu small amounts Choice oountry Medium II M 12 among tho widows of Confederate offi- Creamery 20 2i cers Mr Pickett made out tho list of EQQB the people to whom ho wished it sent Fresh 8 t IIEANS Tho checks wcro all signed by my fn 1 74 to 1 85 hand tbcr Each ono was accompanied by n Michigan Navy plcked 1 60 to 1 8S indlarja lottcr which ho prepared and which my Old or Common and colored 1 00 to 1 20 father signed saying that tho inclosnro FEATUERS 31 was forwarded at tho request of a gen Prime white goose 2Jg 28 tleman who felt an interest in their Mixed 15 20 welfare but for reasons of his own de- Â¬ Old 1 duck Mo 18 sired that his identity should not be HIDES disclosed Tho account was carried for Green pood 3 3K 4 yr eovcrul years and nil tho checks and Dry Salt good Dry 7 vouchers are now packed nway iu our Sheepflint good 20 a 40 skins Chicago Record bank Rooitera per lb UA Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tlit tlfc ht Turned on a llluded biiapUro it- j - j Stopped Smoking to Sare 11 fyf Tho toucan nests in trees and it is uncertain whether it excavates its burrow or builds iu a natural cavity Nothing more comical can bo imagined than tho hoad of this creature with its sparkling eyes and enormous gayly colored beak appearing from a hollow in the trunk of somo forest monarch It is said that tho young birds are subject to tho attacks of monkoys aud birds of prey and that when ho parent bird is alarmed all sho has to do is to poke her bead out of tho aperture loading to tho nest Tho assailant soeiug so hugo a bill fancios an animal of corresponding sizo behind it and leaves without bow- Â¬ ing or saying farewell Toucans are sociable birds and go in largo flocks Thoy make common causa against their enemies such as owls and falcons which they surround and mob Having as tho rooks do in England thus no need for protection thoy are noisy and clamorous like parrots and Â¬ Â¬ resist Xerxes Jones determined to quit smoking not you know that it had any baneful influence upon his health but sololy for the reason that ho didnt feel justified in spending 25 cents a day for tho weedy luxury Jones had n good disposition and licgau his now scheme Seeing Ivo quit smoking on Sunday Ill put an extra quarter in tho collec- Â¬ tion box today ho mused and iu the money went On Monday just to ploaso his littlo wife good Jones bought a 40 cent box of mixtures nnd handed it over with tho No my dear its no extravaremark gance Just about what I saved on cigars today and wo both can enjoy this Tuesday Jones bought a 50 after tea cent toy for his littlo boy out of the cash saved by nbstiuciico from tobacco Wednesday ho changed his diuing placo down town from a 25 cent to a 50 cent tablo dhote feeling justified in spend ing tho extra quarter saved oil cigars Apparently forgetting this on Thursday tho reformer remarked to himself Theres thnt now umbrella my wifes been talking about Ill buy that aud chargo it up to two weeks savings on On Fridny a now liunor sot smoke was purchased to please tho wifo of his heart and set over against 20 weeks savings from tobacco and on Saturday Xerxes Tones spent 25 cents for cigars having lost six days of his luxury and figured up that ho had saved on tho wroug sido of his books just about Philadelphia CalL 3800 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hens per lb Spring Chickens POULTRY 6 o 1 SO 2 50 per doz DRIED APPLES AND PEACHES Apples choice bright quarters to Apples average 4K to Apples old f Peaches new 4 to 6 Peaches old WOOL Tub washed 20 22 18 Orease fine 17 Qrease coarse 12 14 Merino - 12 M 14 i Burry and Cits 5 10 MISCELLANEOUS Tallow 4J Beeswax 321 Sorghum Molasses 30 W 35 HAY ORAIN FEED We quote price to day on Louisville elly r wharf OATS No 2 oati 32 l 36 13 12 11 6 Strictly choice Choice No Good Medium Qood Bright Straw 2 BAY 10 50 11 00 10 00 ft a 4 75 CORN 00 Olrtl OuA 50jg CATTLE flood to extra shipping Light shipping Best Butchers Medium to good butchers holce whit Choice shelled 42 Gl 48 4 00 3 50 3 40 3 00 25 20 50 75 5i S 7i 3 4 25 3 3 J1 3 25 5 40 5 25 8 76 5 llOQ8 6 Choice packing and butchers 5 Fair to good 8 Rough Shoals and pigs 100 lbs and undar4 SHEEP flood to extra shipping Fair to good LAMBS flood to extra spring Fair to good 3 00f 2 74 1 40 3 25 2 50 4 50 3 40 Eaklmoa anil Tobacco 4 75 4 00 i monkoys Tho plumage is generally black but tho throat is whito tinged with yollow and commonly edged beneath with red Tho tail is nearly square or moderately rounded with tho upper feathers rod and tho lowor scarlet Alternations of tho brighter colors are displayed iu tho feathers of the throat tho breast and tho tail Tho bird is kept easily in confine- Â¬ ment and co doubt from early times many wcro brought alive to Europe Somo of its brilliant tints ore very Hooting and thoy often leavo little or no traco after death so that littlo idea of its beauty can bo obtained from a stuffed jPhiladblDhla Times SDOclmen Â¬ CATCH QUESTIONS Bams luiilliiff - Qoertea That Appear Not Uard to Anawer Titer o are many Interesting features about tho Eskimos of Alaska said A C Bruce who is in chargo of Lake Charles Roiudccr station at tho Gibson One of tho most interesting features of this peculiar pooplo to me has been their habit of smoking They are invet- Â¬ erate smokers without regard to sex Their pipes are mado of walrus tusks and are hollowed out in such a manner that a great deal of tho tobacco as well as tho smoko is inhaled They will moot every whaling or other vessel and al- Â¬ most any kind of n trade can be mado for Bmokiug tobacco Thoy will deliver up tho ivory of tho walrus at very much less than its valno and tako iu oxchango smoking tobacco at several times its real worth Tho greatest punishment you can luflict upon on Eskimo is to deprive Ciucinuati Enhim of his tobaoco quirer Â¬ These are our Negligee Shirts Look Right Mado Right Size Right IL W y 203 Ji Price Right tu 1 r r- Wad si im mmMmm trijw m 1i r- - BaMHIaL iu MaooIwnibatUlrtt Mmfct AatWat How many days would it tako to cut up a piece of cloth 60 yards long one yard being cut off every day A suull climbing up a polo 20 feet high ascends flvo feet every day and slips down four feet every night now long will the snail take to reach the top of the post A wise man having a window one yard high and one yard wide requiring more light enlarged his window to twioe it former sice yet the window waa still only one yard high aud oae yard wide How waa thle done Tale ii a oatofa question la geometry as tke preeediHff were eatekqaeaMoaa Tke wmdew waa dieV 1r ariUimeMe moatd thaped at iiet aad waa afterward wade MBare AaM tbe two former eermtea It k eareery tmimary Herlowdy to petit v Haec Hie iiwvfw hi uie mrm w aw tea tat 1 aad to the wmwd aot M dmya tat Unoe Hmt eaatL wk gafc jm foot eoh day far It dajn eUmUi m tm vUtaawUi amy lo the top of tike pult and tbere remaiaa HttrtiBra Dta- - If a goose- weighs 10 pounds and a half A secret is a thing which you com Its own weight what is tho weight of mauicato to ono whom you can trust Who has not boon tempted Ho tho gooHO in turn tells it to somebody that to reply on tho instant 15 pounds the ho can trust and that somebody reveals correct answer being of conrso 20 to another somebody whom ho can pounds It is astonishing what a very it trust Aud bo It goes the rounds but simple query will sometimes catch a secret although everybody Even the follow- it is still a Boston Transcript wise man napping knows it ing havo boon known to Huocoed Â¬ A Secret Defined MP 125 160 and 250 r if1 P JNO D BABBAGMi One hundred years ago the Japanese were so separated from the remainder of mankind that so far as any Inter- Â¬ course waa concerned they might almost a well hve inhabited the moon J Elder S 8 Beaver of McAUiatervlUe Co Pa says his wife Is subject to cramp In the stomach Last summer she tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and DlarrhoM Remedy for it and was mueli pleased with the speedy relief it afforded She has sluee used itywke ever ueeewary aad found that It jwvw fall For sale by A X Fieher Ctovec port Ky and Klncheke Meader A Co HardiaetHMg Ky Juniatta et Cool feffeeldHg water few aaaele a goeddtaaW aet tybi jmrttjr gMa will J SaWlaaiaaHW cyAaaaaaV MajL if Pure FW aaa July Ibia tJfftW fcTFeftil of Illustrated Mta itajma ol ah JP nle 9 L MaaaaS taaaaaaaaaM ImKuII ST ML- W A v iJWr f jf J StvaaPT3 4 The Bronze Medallion Tho pcoplo who drop into my Btudio ncd cxamino tho various objects of art nml virtu which n long life and n con eiderahlo BnctxsH in my profession havo enabled mo o collect together would no doubt lw very much surprised to henr thnt of nil my treasures tliero is nono no dear to Hid m tho bronzo medallion that lies enshrined within n crystal enso on my mantelpiece Many of my visit- ore havo glanced at it and turned away to esamino a rare bit of carving or an almeet priceless example of some for Kottaj art To them tho bronse medal llonJqggested nothing Possibly they thought if they gave tho matter any thought at all that it was some m win 1 won in my student days and thereforo treasured with care That it represent Â¬ ed n wholo life history and had tho power to rovlvo many strango memories thoy had no idea Soino peoplo per- Â¬ haps seeing it In a placo of honor among my knicknacks may havo fancied that H was something for which I had the samo superstitions rovcrenco that othor Tho bronze men give to a horseshoe medallion however is neither n fetich nor n memento of an early artistic suc Â¬ cess It is simply an insignificant ob- Â¬ ject worth perhaps n fow shillings which has plnyed no small part in my life and on one occasion saved me from sudden and violent death Thirty years ago when I was n young man of 20 and had fame and fortuno still eluding mo I was attached to tho artistic staff of Tho Illustrated Weekly n journal which was just then beginning u career of great success Black and white work was not then what it is now but peo- Â¬ ple thought highly of tho illustrations wowero nblo to give them for sixpence and there was no lack of encouragement My own spe Â¬ for proprietors or artists cial forto was animal life as it always From the timo when I conld has been first hold n pencil I had spent my hap- Â¬ piest moments in drawing horses To mo a horso was a creuturo of infinite artistic possibilities I had drawn him sitting in tho ring of n circus and gal- Â¬ loping at express speed over a raco course and it mattered little to mo whether ho wiih n high bred or n shaggy I had already begun Bhotland pony to paint him in oils and my first picture Young Horses at Play was con- Â¬ sidered worthy of n pluco in tho acad- Â¬ emy It was this success in depicting horses that kd tho editor of Tho Illustrated Weekly to suggest that 1 should go down to Doncaster and make a sketch of tho St Leger of that year There was some famous horso running I for- Â¬ get his namo for tho moment and tho public Interest in tho raco was greater than venal Consequently tho proprietors Vstermined to give a doublo pago illustration to the scene nud I trav- Â¬ eled to Doncaster a day or two beforo tho event and began my work by getting nn accurate idea of tho raco courso and selecting n fuvornblo standpoint from Vtbich to focus my sketch Tho day of tho great raco came and durirg tho morning I was busily occu- Â¬ pied in interviewing tho various horses engaged and in filling my Bketchbook with bits that seemed likely to bo use- Â¬ ful When tho afternoon camo round and tho racing began I made my way to a certain part of tho tourso which had seemed to mo very well suited to my purposes and tliero I took my stand Tliero wero two races to bo run beforo the St Leger nnd while tlieso wero being got through and dur ing tho intervals between them I occu- Â¬ pied myself in watching the doings of tho crowd which filled tho upper part of tho town moor Tliero niuht havo been 200000 peoplo present on tho stands nnd in tho rings nud on tho moor and from them camo a perfect bablo of sound nbovo which tho stentorian voices of tho bookmakers blended with tho shrill cries of catchpenny adventurers of all sorts Hero two or three members of tho three card trick fraternity wero endeavoring to gull n group of round faced rustics tliero a similar gang wero shouting tho praises of a sort of lonlctto table yonder a betting man had screamed himself hoarso and was reduced to shaking tho money in his bag as n means of attracting attention Beyond the shouting swaying bustling crowd stretched a long lino of vehicles of all descriptions from tho lordly looking coach to tlio farmers light cart nnd oh tlieso men nnd women wero eating nnd drinking and discussing tho prospects of tho fuvorito for tho great race Across tho conrso rose tho long lino of stands thickly pneked with fashionable racegoers and these made u dark background to tho pkturo I had in my minds ejo I was noticing nil tlieso things nnd tak- Â¬ ing a sly sketch now and then of some faco or figuro that attracted my atten- Â¬ tion when I caught sight of a ltfle gen- Â¬ tleman evidently a Frenchman who seemed very much out of placo among tho rough crowd Ho was very neatly dressed from top to toe but as ho passed mo I noticed that his black frock coat was somewhat shiny at tho shonldors and that bis carefully brushed hat had certainly seen hotter daj s Ho went in and out among tho crowd staring at tho bookmakers and glancing curiously at tho three card fraternity I thought tliero was something wistful about his eyes as ho looked at tho gold which thoso gentry displayed so lavishly Presently I lost sight of him in the crowd but about 10 minutes beforo tho Be Leger was to bo run I saw him again He was engaged in confidential conversation with an individual whom I Batdewuat onco nsa betting mans toarassVagalnst whoso wiles nnd bland Â¬ ishments I should have liked to warn the evidently innocent foreigner Pres- Â¬ ently however there was a groat cry of Thoyro oft and I had to turn my attention to tho race However great the excitement nnd howover long it may havo existed prior to the event which ronsea if it takes but a few voiy brief inpiiionjs to allay Within four minutes of It forever the err of Thoyio oill tho horsea bad flashed past mo and past the yn niag post and the great race was over I Mrolied round tho crowd and amused nyaelf by watching the faces of the peepje who had lost tbelr inonoy and the Jeyful manlfeetationa of those who I poet ed eyond had bet euccewfully the lino of carriages and carts and walked aorotw be mow to the alight bill at the bottom of the coarse from wmm there in an excellent view qt ttMjay4jtfttbefed before the stands T4R wee Vey few people about Mil r Mm fwrca Uithm which cover It aL tttitae were oaUt there after the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THS BRROKMRIDGE tated for there closo beforo me waa the little Freiich gentleman evidently in distress He wit on the ground behind one of tho furze bushes with bin bands hanging helplessly over his drawn up knees nnd his head drooping forward in abject fashion it wih evident tuat 1 went ho hud fallen among thieves up to him nnd spok feeling thnt hit distress warranted mo in doing so I am afraid ou iiroin trouble sir I said Ho lifted his faco from his hands nnd Ho spread Ah msleuri looked up liis littlo fnt hands abroad with a ges tnro that wai half pathetic half comHelast I have been rob swinical dled I have lose all my money Do ou mean that some one has If so picked your pocket I asked you should inform tho police Ah but it is not zat zey hnvo peek It ho answered quickly my pocket is zat I am ono big fool I bet I stake I gives my money to zo inekcr of books and phot It is gono Ah you havo been betting Helast mslcur yes You see I am I am profossor ah but I nm poor of languages nt 6eoxty pounds a jear It is vcr lectio for madam my spouse nnd for Jules nud m self and I often sink of how I can mako heem more A young man say to mo You should bet You should put yonr money on zo horses Ho talk to me zls young man of tens to one of seex to one and I lis- Â¬ ten Zen yesterday comes and zey pay Zey pay me zo salary at my school 3 and I put heem in my pocket nnd say Tomorrow I will go to zo horso raco and wiu much money Solar rivo hero at zo course msieur and 1 walks round nnd see tho mnkers of books and I talk with a gentleman of sport who knows what ho calls a suro tcep and ho tells mo to put my 5 on Crocodile nnd takes me to n man who gives me n teecket nnd lajs mo secxty to ono against zo horso Crocodile Zen I say zat Crocodile will win ino 300 and wo will ho happy and my leettlo Jules shall havo a new coat and ma dame my spouse will buy herself n now gown and I shall have great joy And zen zey run tho horses nnd when zey havo finish I go to my maker of books And ho say and request my money Crocodile is no litre at all and my 3 is lost and ze man zat gave mo zo sure tcep is gone and Helast inajeur now I hnvo no salary to take home And hero tho littlo man broke down and wept Half amused as I was at his story I fi It sorry for him for I could well imagine that tlio loss of 5 would menu a good deal to him nud to mndnme his spouse and their loy Jules When he had recovered himself a little I talked further with him nnd found that ho was a political refngeo and that ho taught French in u toys Convinced that 6chool nt Doncaster his talo was genuine I determined to help him I had n 5 noto in my pocket for which I had no immediate need and I inailo up my mind that ho should have it As I did not desire to pose as a benefactor however I resolved to Well sir said ndopt n littlo ruse theso fellows havo swindled you of I course To begin with you should not have talked with the man who professed to know of n suro tip All ho wanted was your money Hclns msieur I nm grcnt fool yes ho interrupted smiting his fore- Â¬ But head I havo a head ot wood it wag tho desire to carry homo much money to my spouse and to cry Behold a fortune And havo yon really nothing to go on with sir I inquired Ah Ho blushed nud hung his head msieur ho said not a centime It is hard work to livo on zo i n mouth And now I havo gamble heem nway my beautiful X note and zero will be no money for ze baker nnd ze butpher and madamc my spouse will weep and ah wretched traitor zat I am Come Iomo sir said I dont givo way Here you stay tliero awhile and Ill go and seo if I cant recover your money Which of the betting pien was it that you gave your note to Tho gertleman called Old Toby Ho zntt stands from London msieur near tho refreshments with a wonder- Â¬ ful hat upon his head and a long white coat Well stay there said I and I will seo Old Toby and try to get your money nnd nway I went hack to tho crowd But I hud no intention of go- Â¬ ing near Old Toby from London and after I had taken a turn through tho pcoplo I returned to tho furzo bushes with my own 5 note in my hand I hold it out to tho littlo Frenchman who roceived It with extravagant expressions of relief and delight Thero is yonr 5 sir I said and I hope youll never be tempted to bet again Ah msieur indeed no I promise you on my sacred word and I beeeecli you to accept my Here ho broke otf and looked fixedly from mo to tho note which he had smoothed ont He turned pnlc then red then pale again Whota tho matter sir said I Isnt thnt right Msieur Ho drow his littlo figuro to its full height Zis is not my note Beo I take ze nunibalro of heem it is i00U17 And see zo numbulro of zis noto is r810jU Ah msieur I seo how it is Your generous heart weeps tor my poor leetlo Jules nud for ma dame my spouse nud you givo me zis money out of your own pockect Ah beautiful sympathy it makes mo And ho began to shed morn Wecp tears I turned to go feeling somewhat Good duy sir confused I said Tho littlo Frenchman seized my hand ho said I tank you msieur simply I tank you from my heart Yon nre very welcome said I and hastened to leave him Before 1 hnd proceeded many yards ho ran after me Msieur said he take zis leetlo object as a memento You will zluk of Hector Malan nml his gratitudo when you seo it It is noth- Â¬ ing u tootle medal zat iny son Julea win nt ze school mniour I tank you agiln and I pray ze good Uod to re Â¬ ward you I took the littlo bronzo medallion which ho put into my hands nnd went on ray way again That night on my way to town I looked at the memento of my somewhat amusing adventure It waa a bronae medal rather larger than n crown piece One side bore a flgnw of Learning bestowing a laurel wreath oil a kneeling child the other informed ne that the medal had beep preewted to Maeter Jules Malan for his pro rjceaoy in matheMatiee I tmt the little token in my parse and thought no mom of it until tome week later when bap uened to be diaiag with a fellow art let at a reetoMfMitawlbMM mtumtmm Â¬ Â¬ NRS mfl OlkOKBliPOHLr KY KhioO to towivbut Lsuddonly pauecd and hesi Â¬ t wh MfMT eMfc LiKIlrlffl vm i h broiu medallion bark into my purse I attached no sort iml thero it staid of value to It but it seemed somehow to bccoiuu n ixluro and had nn inner compartmeut of iny purse all to itself Some years wout by I worked hard nt my piofeesion and began to bo known as a painter of animal llieand especial A battle scene of mine ly of horses brought mo an in Â¬ Cures Scrofulai Salt Jtlicura Horses In War Sorts Bolls vitation from my old friends tho pro- - Pimples and all other affection cauicd by prletorsnf Thu Illustrated Weekly to go J Impure blood Dyspepsia Billoutneii Sick out as war artist during the l ranco Headache Indigestion Debility Catarii 1 was disposed to campaign Prussian IUieiunatlsm Kidney and Liver Com 1 go beforo tho invitation reached mo plaints It Is Not What was unmarried 1 had no ties and we Say but hat Heels thero seemed no reason why I should Saraapsrllla Does thai not seo something of war at first band Accordingly I accepted tho invitation Tells the Story Hooda and within n woek I was with tho Prus Â¬ Sarsaparllla I am not sian forces uenr Saarbuck Writing tho history of thnt famous cam Â¬ paign and I shall thereforo pass over i tho prcjlminaiy events of tho war and Heed fa FHhi wfQUk NI4 at4 egtU4 go on to the timp when the Prussians having easily recovered from their first mo Uo turned to me again mink roverses ponred over Alsace pud Lor Â¬ over my offer Mr Spy If yon accept raine and began to besicgo Strnsburg it well if J on doiil you will bo shot and Metz I In company with several iutiio morning other English war correspondents and Tho young ofilcer and theitwo men artists was with the advance corps of marched mo out into the fog ngainjnn4 Â¬ tho attacking army and had considerI waa took me to a cottage close by able dlflluilty in getting on nt all Tfio placed in a room where a lire hurried on Prussian military authorities had small tho hoarth and an oil lamp shed some Iqvo for special correspondents nnd wo littlo light on a plain deal table My were indebted solely to ourselves for guardian signed to mo to sit down and whatever information wo got To mo then one of tho soldlors niter a whis Â¬ this official Mtandolnslinesi did not so pered colloquy witlj the lieutenant left i much matter as to my companions lho tho cottagOimd presently returned with My business special correspondents food and drink which hcsetbuforpino was to make pletntes theirs to find Desperately plaVed ns I was I atp my news Nevertheless I found it hard supper nud when I hud finished filled work sometimes to get materials for my and lighted my pipe I thbught things sketches and tho risks I occasionally l an over and could boo uo chauce of escape were greater than those which I should said 1 addressing the Monsienr havo incurred had I mixed in tho thick young officer whoisat xieanueion the of tho skirmishes which went on con- Â¬ heartln I shalLcertaiuly havo to die tinually tomorrow morning if your colonel per Â¬ It was a cold damp afternoon in Oc- Â¬ sists in his foolish conduct niul 1 should tober and wo wero lying bnlf way be- Â¬ likei writo n last letter to my friends tween BonzouyillenndGravelottcabout Wilvou bavo the goodness to provide Tho Prussians li I no miles from Metz mo with writing materials wero slowly advancing upon thnt city Tho lad responded in tho affirmative and tho air waa continually disturbed and bade ono of his men fetch pen by tho vibrations of their cannon A ink and paper While ho was gone tho regiment near which I had remained young officer who was certainly not nil day was engnged in skirmishing nore than 18 or lp years of agejtudiiad operations with u French battalion nnd n frank open lace looked at mo curi- Â¬ from tho top of u slight eminence I was ously and presently inquired if Lwa endeavoring to mnko an ellectve sketch really an Englishman Ho spoke EngSuddenly a white fog lish ho well that 1 was surprised of tho scene rolled over tho valley and wrapped both 1 Certainly 1 am nuswercd bodies of combatants in its thick folds And anybody but yonr colonel would I endeavored to regain my quarters but havo recognized as much I am nn Eng the fog increased in density und I soon Ii8hmnn nud what I represented myself found it imtiossiblo to mako headway to he when questioned against it For koine time itmaiiicd I urn sorry for you sir said he motionless Tho noise of e union and I wisli I could help you musketry died nway and I heard tint Then promise to forward this packet bugles Bounding a retreat on both sides You can showit to for me said I Then I determined to go slowly back your colonel if you like to my quarteig near the village of Bon Ho replied that hotvould do his best zonville Unfortunately I found it im Â¬ to oblige me and I uettotwotk ntitny possible to decide which was east and letter I wrote out u lull toccpunt tff I had been stationed on a which webt my afternoons advent pres nnd ad Tound knoll or eminence and I had dressed it to tho proprietors of my jqur walked about Its crqwn so many times nnl Then I took off my watch and during my observations that I was now chain nnd rings nnd laid them on tho unablo to decide on tho exact spot nt tetter interning to wrap them all up to which I had ascended it At last how- Â¬ gether I had another ring in my purse ever I camo to a tree of which 1 seemed and I drew tho tlettert from iny i pocket to have some recollection and I de-Â¬ and opened it As I ilid so the bronze scended tho hill and walked as I medallion escaped and fell fropithe ta- thought toward Bonzor ville By that ble to tho floor Tho young qlicer time the plain was qui at and 1 heard stooped and picking it up laid t by my nothing save an occasional farolf bnglo hand The light from tho lampshone noto I walked on for an hour through Ho uttered nn full on the inscription tlio thick whito fog Bcoklng for somp exclamation nnd picked the medallion None came 1 be- Â¬ familiar landmark 1 looked nt him ia astonish np again I stood gan to realizo that 1 was lost menu Hi face waaiusbwbttidieager and wondered what to do Then 1 wept Bo stared at mo wlthtwidQnpneyes forward again A church clock struck Monsieur he gasped mooseurl thq hour 0 close by Clearly 1 was For tho love of heaven tell mo this I came to a road and uear a village medal wherodid youget it I hastened along It und presently fell Tln irxulal iill HI I nt into tho hands of a French picket I it soma years ago in England hnd walked west instead of east I was Whore he said But where at Gravclotto Ah do not triiie withmQ monsieur The picket marched me Into tho vil- Â¬ tell mq where For see you- monsieur lage and led me beforo their colonel a I nm Jules Malan I fierce looking milltnire who glared at I looked at4iiinwouderinglyj Thhv me from behind n tnblo at which he then was tho Jules over whomttbe lft- was evidently writing dispatches tlo Frenchman Jiad waxed so eloquent A spy Whats this said he On tlio race course at Doncaster Now unfortunately for me I cannot I said So yon aro Jules TJien spenk French bat my kijowledgo of yon nro tho son of the man who gnvo German is extend ve I replied to tho me that medal colonels question in English Ho shook And you are my fathers benefac- Â¬ his bend I then i poko in German nnd tor he cried It was you of t whom his faco grew daik A toldler interbe told us that day when hecamq home preted my answer from tho race So said the colonel A pretty Well this is Grunge said 1 story iudeqd1 He speaks fJerioin like But come tell me something about a native and professes to bunn English Â¬ your father la he back in his native I have often man Everybody knows tbatnu Eng Â¬ Franco Is he well lishman 9aii sponk no language other thought of him than his own An English artist eh Alas sir my fiithcr ia dead and my Beo what papers ho has mother also But let metell you wo I drew nil my papers from my breast prospered in England tor my father pocket voluntarily and handed them ljad money left aooq after your meeting jfith him aud he secured freo pardon over As ill luck would have it I had that morning made a plan of tho sur fjor his political offenses and we re Â¬ rounding country in my sketchbook Wo were very happy turned to Paris Tho French colonel looked at this nar- Â¬ monsieur until last year aud then my rowly and nodded his head Ah 1 parents died They never saw me in thought said he What is this but rjiy uniform ho added with a broad a map Come Mr Spy what haVQ amilo as he turned the bronao medal yon to say Toll the colonel said I to thq in lou over and ovej In Ids finger Ah terpreter that 1 am no spy but the monsieur how well I romenibjf wjR special war correspondent of a great rjlng this ut the school q your foggy English newspaper und thnt what lsud England I My father used often fo talk beforo is true These are my credentials cjf you and wonder if you preservod his bid him IoqV nt them ipeinoiHo eeu0U Juies newooiu Tlio colonel tossed the papers aside any if eyes thou should meet my contemptuously benefactoq and eapst servo bimido it What of them They may have been stolen said he fpr my sake And mow I hava raetv forged how do I know Ho speaks you monsieur and I would help you Gormau be lookq liko a Geruinn he T aud I canupt haa maps charts drawings ou him Kovor mind said I Perhaps en flu ho is a spy Take hlu put and your colonel will see reason in the morn shoot him JB A corporal tnppod moon tho shoulder Hq shook his head at teat edreUpd 1 and motioned mo toward the door Into silence For a long time mo oua was so surprint nt the colonels last Bpoke The two soldiers nodded on the wprds thatl stopd iiiotionlmbnt wbqu ling settle but Jules and I were wide I realized their fU meaning I sudden Â¬ yake Ho kept looking wistfully at ly found tongno und rated the whole me I for my part found It foapetelble group in forcible English The colonel I to sleep Somehow I could noto think shrugged his shoulders aud repeated hhr tjie fierce old colonel meant toihootuie comuiajids andhe file of soldier hespn tait the mere idea was bad enough to to bnMlq ma out Before we reached bowl over the door however be stopped ns Morning came gray cold cheerless Spysald he we will give you a lAVithe bugle aouadedjouteMe Jales chunco Toll ns all you know of the apd bis men macVednailte the Prussian movements nud we will cot reels presence The o4HijhijsA waa elder your ase aa stern and unbending ae ottku night I shall do no mcb thing said before He eyed taekeenly I aw afcngjlfb gentleman ad 1 Wli Well Mr Spy aaM hi do yew not uoulrty work for either Freaetar qr accept my offer of laM 4rti i I jay neauuegaft ut UMi4pyMwi rV Take time wld he WidcH po Mr f HWfWMre- I Then over CacftoraLiMill in a jnhu liepWty be ehet Uvtm ant UeatetMHt wea A prvtet ea iI But Julea mulihsiily lnterftpt4 Wieu teMdMMtnowUC- - the farmhaiwe u Nat Mi m saw aiilaasjy he eeetVt fcHlt t4 wMghejHefraiiif ao4 ttfti4 r HMfljWljMI M4 I Â¬ I banded H over to my friend and told him tho story us wo walked away If that medal wero mine said ho I should nttnch n sort of superstitious reverence to it I should look on it ns species of lucky penny and alwajs carry it about my person 1 laughed at tho idea but I put tho s Sarsaparllla is carefully prepared by experienced pharmacists fronSrt parllla Dandelion Man- drake DodcPlpsiiiewa Juniper I terries and other weJL known vegctnMo remedies TboCoinbluatlon Pro- Â¬ portion and Process are Peculiar to Hoods Sanaparllla giving It strength and curative power Peculiar to IUelf not pos Â¬ sessed by other medicines Hoods ft mv T OODS 4f EIS wtWTi 2fOYA iTIfOloJ A WAT FRE For v arsaparilla i vuu 5 URES Ni Subscribers WEST HE American fieverMovement It wlllkeepsccurate time and 5 1 a 2 Get up a club of f new subscribcrentHlget one of these watches free THE n -- GHM Requires no K o order and In every way give entire aatls factlouj It is an American Watch the like of which haa never been offered beforo on Will not get out such terms Secure five now subscribers to the BRECKENRIDGE IMW The colonel Ljred at tut as if we had said be gone mad Whats jthis Speak Jules here la some mystery Jules told tho story nsnlyiii Frenchman could tell it When tir finished the Â¬ - 1 NEWS Aud sccuro one of thvse Watches LouisvUle St Louis Texas R 3STO 22 Â¬ i 1 old lnilitairo shookmy band embraced We aro me nnd bade ma go my way said he not ungrateful we French 1 said farewell to him and to naively Julea and within an haunregained iny quartern at Uonzonvlllo Well tbatis n long tlinoiago nndisinuo then lbave often called on Jules Malan and bis pretty wife in Paris We aro great friends for thero is n tie between us which nothing can break I shall never forget it nor will thoso of my friends who know1 tho history of my carefully Cham treasnred bronzo medilllon beffai TIME SHEDU TaklRff Effect it6OgotIckUSiuisajJeoj Wttt Bound Tratnt St Mali AuilioMiJ 62 STATION8 Kiptj Dally 12 11 Mall A Pally D43 Dslly 8V0 8 40 620pm 7 45am 73S 7 47 765 843 900 907 917 926 934 9 45 IvUnn Kentucky bt ptar Journal Occupied and llusy 80t There isnt much of any dlfferenco betwocn occupied nud busy is there inquired Jnke Potter who wud pa studying his definitions for tho next lesson i an 8 21 830 8SS 845 865 900 U09 Howard Hoc Haven Long Branch Urandenburg B roo Wert Point uL tow 45pnd V 964 1004 1014 1020 1028 1033 1030 10 60 1063 1105 1113 1124 1130 1134 1140 11584m 12 12pra Gutton Irvinrton Wcbiter Lodlbur Pierce Â¬ V there Â¬ hp bill an slidin daown 1 calklato you w ont get an extry high murk tomorrer ef yen cant hit off no beitern that vas about aa jnacbtdiUreaco betwixt eni na there is between wakin I should say answeredhls father Sll 9 28 917 Stephentport Addlaon Shops 31 Iman Hawesville PeUle Falcon CVC Siiuple 1Mt Cloerport 1002 1007 W 1018 10 as 10 9M - B ku Iwuport Powers Well what is the difference Id 1048 Pe 1069 to know said tho crestfallen Jake 1109 Owentboro like 1233 MaUJnely j Aint Abe Haw kins okkypation 1114 1238 1119 1243 plumbiu iuqniredilfr Potter Stanley 112S 1250 Worthinftoa Jake admitted i that it was 1133 1267 Read 1143 Hqv you ever aeea him busy 108 SpoUavills 1153pm 114 Baa etti askod the father 1210am 180pm arlltndetan Never pa responded Jake prompt y Ah Ive heerd tht Jeems Spoara j waa aoiokkypiedbecouldnIttlnd time L8ufsvIMeHadfnsburg Western io fetch iuwoodifenhls vrifo When he FW3 TIH TABU feta bytliobaourdaowii t thq storo 1 reckou you couldnft hardlycalhhlm a lAtvirtu EtPEUT JULY 29 busy man An ycu Jake continued Katr Bound Mr Potter turning to bis son for tho weiuidund Trains iAlIlT Daily Dailv jast illustration Ive known you ex bun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sua No 5 Vol naow ah again okkypied turntu No S nOOam L Itvlnjrton A Somerset iu them hoop pobyehavina 1140 babk oJ thUwoodboneeyoai couldnt 1165ain Harned 1212 HafdinaburK-bear moallt yoa uiorujjjef you was 1248 Klrk deef though Id holler till I was all 100 Jollr 118 boarsed up anryct l never appeared Gleadeane 123 Demmter mo an ef yon was precisely busy thum 145 arPallibouithlv 220 tlinea Homo Queen vucaraie Jake I 1 1 tbdo f J as 269 2 44 Â¬ J A graduato of Swartbmore college proficient in the languages aud noted for his devotion to1 cipher reading or as be prefors to oallL ititho crypto grammio art baa recently had his atten- Â¬ tion directed to tbodeoipberiug of In dianWflmpums It 4aijcownonjmlsbike he says Yto refer to waiimuibeUaaa Jndian iioney ThoIndiuua prized jheia high Â¬ ly not only as ornaments but for their feistorical value becauso iii reality they were records of tribal traditions Eaeh shell quillt atoae or piece of curvediwood attuobedi to tkelbelt had a have to JioaningyijnsfcBBpintdiword N a 30pm 0k ArPonlirilloUr AsUns Ruth SPECIL tv how i to read ndcompoee tbeuu There is a famous wampum belt owned bjr a rem Â¬ nant of the Iroquois near Syracuse composed of nearly 7JO0O Jileces of shell quill and bolje vfhlch rglato ho story 4f Champlaiaa invasion- - I claim it is BOtl necessary rto bavoanyi kuaVsledgo qt41ttUoqcJa tongue in order to de cipher that belt and ftespnifl pre liminary practice wiih specimens in tho Delaware County institute aud else wtiere I purpose seriously to undertake Hie deciphering of the grearIroqnois cryptogram Philadelphia Reeord Â¬ ffllsisfotra ONLY FOR ONKi H -- n IjwtyfalltliwasUkea with a kind of ummcHiios9pkiBi aceempaaled with aj woWeHl diawheca wta alter my Kea alster who Uvea with be waa takea In the same waf Vfo ueed al rtoetevetything without beneRtj Tlwm Oqljl Foil Box Paper lljeabU 1 Ml try CbawbwkOaa CeUe Cholera aud Diarriwsa Rewedywhtyh MournlBgllox lper Tutea edld and HrfHgtiJ away I think much of It aa it 1W loa BAaiiat Jt iR Ji tatlrja al hV tkr f4V yw aeein4ea teeter Jobs Ilertxiri Uw Box iapK ka UiBefsal 0f Pa MaaeVWawt 3Qte4iet Paperriilu U4tle iw by A R Flaar CfoW- -- riKyfBMJCWreWlMebxA lfarHweWrgKy Co M at Wdera Spring three mlleasWw saei Ge TkepieHieoiUlawlllb an4p yqwll I yiW1HMwe Wbu i 1r Ut Vpft8atuAMr JuJy Ji IIP JpfnUSM Qmi t iSitl W ty OBM LaiJIaSrHX sm H AMeV 8 eJUIQll 4 Mt ejMMM aaAttJfttSjfcifjMf JLaMB MUM Uoy tt Uisv I WMor iftfctWWWeafe X KMifimHti wJBhtay m mdm94 J IS fp V tyJX y 1 V w t s 3 THR BRRCKENRIDGR m Awraa H1iest Honors WerMA Pair CHAMPIONS NRS OLOYRRPOfeT KY - 5 JN WE MUST WORK DH Cloverport Ball Club Beati the liar- Our Bullitt County Correspondent dlnsburg Boya Again and lmpro8303 This Upon tho Wins tho Series Murray Mon The Cloverport ball club went to liar dinsburg ogaln last Friday and won another game from the boys of the county Bent Â¬ CREAM And Tells How ing Montgomery Has Â¬ I At times the game was interesting and plapcd but as before Cloveriort got sucli a bulge at tho start that tho Hardinsburg boys never bad any hope of winning Henry OBrien did the pitch Â¬ ing for Cloverport and Hardinsburg just MOST PERFECT MADE As usual our simply cant hit him Free cure Crane Cream of Tartar Powder boys pounded the life out of the ball and from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant kept it Hying out Into the Held at pleas- Â¬ 40 YEARS THE STANDARD ure At the closo of tho Becoud inning tho Breckenridge News game stood 12 to 1 in favor of Cloverport In tho third Hardinsburg made a littlo WKDNESDAY JULY 25 1894 spirt and scored six runs Cloverport making threo The remainder of tint Notice to Sobioribers game was interesting and was marked by The date on the label Indicate the time to some splendid fielding on both sides but Thlt tervet which your aubscrlptlon It paid more especially was this the case on the both at a i receipt an expiration notice every Examine the date printed after vour part of Hardinsburg week For four strait in Â¬ namr on tfee margin nfthla paper and tee If it It If nings Cloverport was unable to score MrWtjMtaJMHit corrects pirate to let uf know your llmtlijtejllrri ptjte renew at once though sho did some splendid batting In the mean time Hardinsburg was gain- Â¬ LOCAL BREVITIES ing one at a time but she had already lost the game Elders spring picnic July 28 Following is the score by innings It baa come to stay the Palace saloon Innings v For milk toast go to tho City Bakery Hardinsburg 1 0 6 1110 1 2 1 Cloverport -- 4 8 3 0 0 0 0 II 220 Our teas excellent for iced teas Sul Jer PERSONAL We lend and others follow Palace fOUIUUII Till Groves went to Louisville yeaterJsy It is nn established fact the lalaco 8 N Hall bai gnno to Louisville to ipentl ISaloon a few dajt Mr Houston Jolly of Joll Station waa in Feet transplanted in shoes while you wali- Suit rs the City Monday Mr Frank Boyd came up from Owenaboro Fresh crackers and cakes just received to spend Sunday with bit family hat tho City Bakery Mrs- - Emma Ilarrli of Phllpot ii spending Look out for the big picnic to be given a week with her father Mr J J Dyer at Holt AugUBtll Harry Moorman visited hit nnole Mr Horn to tho wife of L L Waggoner Thoi Newman at Skillman last week the 22ud Inst n flne boy Mr Mtlea Chancellor ol Ruth waa in the Kemetuber Ihe picnic at Elders Spring city last Thursday enroute to and from Ilawet Tiilv 28 ftid dont fail to attend Title M Watch tho feet twenty pairs of shoes Mri Ken Wathen and Miia Kllen Wathen and they all came from Sulzers of Webster visited Mlaa Nannie Murray last walking I uet week Do vour feet ache from n paiiof our comfort giving shoes Sul- Â¬ a number well BAKING Deceitfully Used the Appoint- Power HUSTLE POttDIR White Sulphur Well Crawford County Ind rikufT7tV An Offer Like the one now made by Sulzers is sure to be fol- Â¬ lowed by LET US i 123450780 - Dont fail to order a pound of Chaso Sauborna excellent cofleo this week rSulzers Gordon setter pups for sale pure Sticiand beauties Clarence Davis Clo- L effort Ky Ji Mr Thos Rooney lost a fine gold ring fbetween Cloverport and Ilites Run last Jjiriday night Crystalized wafers just tho thing to eat with ice cream You can get them at tho City Bakery Five well bred Gordon setter pups for palepure stock Address Clarence Davis JClbverportKy What everybody says mnstbe true they say that tho best and eoldest beer is Bold at the Palace Saloon Brass and string music and prominent speakers aro among the attractions at iWs spring Saturday July 28 What will vou have for dinner That question is easily decided by inspecting Sulzers our grocery department stricken The cyclone prices never before in the history of the hotlSp in ol departments Sulzers When you g tour prices tills week on summer coats and other seasonable goods Sulzers you will wilder what is up The Cloyerport Normal closed a sucÂ¬ cessful term last Friday and the pupils have all bled themselvts home for a va- Â¬ zers Miss Mamie Ireland entertained of gueita from Cannelton and llawesvillo last week Mra Kennedy of Louisville who visited at Mr Bullitts last week returned home yes Â¬ terday Jesse Owen was at home Saturday and Sun day leaving again on the ten ooock train Monday Mr John Buiks and son Buwmer of lion derain are the guosts of Mr and Mrs W II Bowmer Â¬ f Mlsa Atherall of Meado county who haa been visiting her sister Mrs Dave Culley returned home Monday Mist Sudle Ilayden who had been visiting retatlvea here returned to her home near Mooleyvllle last Monday Mrs L P Burk and daughters Rena and Sada of Owensborovlsited at Mr Thos New Â¬ mans Skillman last week Mr Claud Brathear of Union Star was a patienget on the east bound train last Friday enroute home from Skillman Sheriff Thos Wroe went to Ilaweivllle yet He la a wit terday to attend Circuit Court nets there in one or two ojtes Miss Bessie Logan of Troy Ind who has been visiting her uncle Prof J II Logan for several days returned home Monday Mrs S Q Shelly Is visiting her brother Bhe will alto visit Mr Uus Dowell at Kkron her parents near Big Spring before sho re- Â¬ turns Misses Maud and Bra Ilerndon of Brand Â¬ enburg who have been the guetts of Miss Forrle Hardin at Holts bottom are now In the city visiting Mitt Sallle Murray Mr W II Bowmer and Miss Little SkllN man returned from the French LI ok Springs last Thursday and Fred Fralte returned Sat Â¬ urday Tbey all reported aMellfchtful trip Mrs sale-r-pan- ic cation Mr RB LaGrand moved his housbold goods and family to Guston last Monday which placo be will make his home in the future Mrs Mollie Jolljt of Union Star has moved to this city and will keepa board- Â¬ ing house on High street between Sec Â¬ onal andiThird About all the Cloverport people who have been tustlcating at Tar Springs have returned but pleasure parties are there most every day Tho managers of tho picnic at Elders Spring say It will bef the biggest affair of the season They want everybody to come and have a good time Fishing on the gravel bar In front of tliecltyis good Every ovonlng thero are skiff loads of people anchored out theretrying their luck with the rod Weare hewing prices this week tliroui our clothing department no matter where ho chips may fall the prices will make tho clothing go Sul- Â¬ 0 W Short Mrs C W Moorman zers i Dr M M Pomerpy the quack doctor whose arrest we mentioned last week waaune4 960 in Squire Mullins court for nracticlnK medicine without a li cense and Mra Robt Moorman were off for Old Point Comfort yetterday but they ttoppod off at Holt to spend the day with Miss Nellie Burkt Mlta NellIeLewlsone of Brandenburgs fair eat daughters after a very pleasant visit of two weeka at the Tar Springs and this city the guett of Mitt Alllone Murray returned home yesterday t Mr John N Jabine Jr and ton James of San AntonIaTezaaare In the city visiting his He Is spending the summer In mother Owensboro and will be here occasionally through the aeaaon Prof J H Logan and family left jetter day to attend the meeting of the New Albany Methodist District Conference at Qrand View Ind after whloh they will go to Owentboro to visit Prof Logans unole the various county papers in this district have been copying alleged articles of a very eulogistic character from tho east ern press setting forth In racy language the many miracles of statesmanship performed by Mr Montgomery tho herculean Congressman from the Fourth Kentucky District Let us look if you pleaso at his official acts at home and sco what this gigantic political magician has really done to endear himself to tho people First wo will take tho post office at this place Let some of his in- Â¬ spired champions explain why be promised tho office to two of our best men G W Maraman of tho firm of Mara man Bros went to Klizabcthtown to see Mr Montgomery and was promised the office when Mr Montgomery knew that by hts own personal recommendation another man had been or was about to be appointed Is this official integrity In tiie second place ho secured tho ap Â¬ pointment of lien Johnson tho most ob- Â¬ jectionable man applying or tho place Ills every act has been detrimental to tho interest of his party His voto for Crisp was an insult to the district And what excuse will the gentleman offer the people for his inactivity in Congress when factories and mills wcro closing and hard times Btared theworkingmanln the faco Liko the largo majority of tho members of this weak need time killing Congress will ho say he did his best Do the records show that he urged im- Â¬ mediate action and warned the party that delay was dangerous Did he use his great talent to secure an early passÂ¬ Did ho do any- Â¬ age of the Wilson bill Mr Montgomery is a great thing statesman about election time according to some of bis eastern clippings the greatest on record No ono can blame him tor staying in Washington for while ho can make some admirable explana tloustho people have somo hard questions to ask him and it is so much easier to stay away Quito recently twenty four Ilopublican storekeepers were reappointed no doubt at the suggestion of Mr Montgomery There are no fewer than fifty good ap- Â¬ plicants light here In Bullitt who have been promised places but instead of ap- Â¬ pointing men who have worked for the party and fought for it instead of keep-Â¬ ing their promises nnd rewarding life- Â¬ long party sorvice Montgomery John- Â¬ Co for political effect have seen son cause to go to tho enemys camp for men to bold paying positions under our Dem- Â¬ ocratic collector The cry that Murrays followers are disappointed office seekers is a falsehood Your correspondent nevor was an appli- Â¬ cant and never expects to be under Mr Johnson The sturdy farmer is follow- Â¬ ing Mr Murray so is the laborer and a majority of our merchants lawyers and doctors He is gaining ground every day and Montgomerys friends see tho handwriting on the wall Mr Mont- Â¬ gomery can neyer buy his way to Congress again The people know him too well and want a change The free born lib- Â¬ erty loving voters of this grand old district will never sell their votes Patriotism manly deeds mental ability and concientlous party servico will buy our votes Nothing more nothing less Ono moro issue of tho Nkws and the bat Â¬ tle is on us Wo want true hearted soldiers to holp us hurl back this vote buying un Democratic gang Let every mau come out and voto for Murray Wo will need every vote Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SiiKHiKHMViiLE Ky July 20 1801 To thk Nkwb For two weeks or more sip Address III New management Excellent table Good String Band All kinds of amusements For rates etc Â¬ Acceptance on the part of all who are in need of Clothing be Elsby Mbgan 1ost oiiico Props Sulphur Well Crawford Co Ind cause it is WARMING UP Breckenridge County HARNEO One moro nico rain It L McGuliin ot Burns was in town lost week S M Hennlnger of West View waa in town this week Capt Ahl Ilepublican candidate for County Judge was In town Saturday Mrs Jeunle Gideqn of Loulsvillo Is visiting Mrs Mich Meyer this week Henry Harned has a correspondent ln London England move them out Henry Is Getting Â¬ Stirred Up Over the Congress- ional Race The Congressional race is warming up this county The people of grand old Breckenrldgo county aro getting aroused and afTatrs just now are approaching a fever heat Up to this time there has been but little stir among tho peoplo here becauso It Is so one sided but as tho day for tho primary approaches the peo- Â¬ ple are getting moro enthused There has been a Murray club formed in Cloverport which now numbers more than three hundred members and is still growing Tho first meoting at which tho organization was perfected was last Friday night the 20th inst John D Babbage wasmado Chairman of tho elub with Clayton Crosson Secretary and tho following persons composo the Ways and Thos Wroo C E Means Committeo Lightfoot J A Harry Jas Ilambleton and F J Ferry The second meoting was held Monday night and it was a rouser Brass bands paraded the streets speeches wero made by prominent Democrats of the county and tho crowd cheered to tho echo of MurrayB name This same enthusiasm is spreading all over the county and the county will givo Hon David It Murray tho largest majority that ever was obtain Â¬ ed hero by any man Tho sentiment of the people in this couuty is practically ono way and tho voto of the county will be practically solid for Murray The only danger that haa ever threatened Mr Murray in tills county was the in- Â¬ activity or indhTerenco of his friends thero not being enough opposition hero to arouse them but the demonstration here in Cloverport last Monday night shows that overy mau has been giving the matter moro thought and attention than was suspected They will all get to the polls on the 1th of August in A Regular Bargain Even the weather doesnt interfere with such a chance Syclone Forest Haynes and Iron Iuyno went Somo people dont understand Miss Ida Johnson of Phllpot passed through town Monday en route for her old homo West View C W Downs tho president of tho bachelor society is attending the Breck enridge Normal College Mrs Julias Locb and lirtle ones Honry and Delia of Louisville are visit Â¬ ing Mrs Mich Meyer tills week Ben Ed Gray is digging a well in his yard Tho people seem to pray for the time to come when the well will be to West View Friday finished Mich Meyer was appointed postmaster after the death of our former postmaster Mr Zach Green who died while on a DO YOU WEAR Suspenders We - Alex Will the people be forgiving Will they give me back my living Will they tend me back to Congrctt Aa they illJ of yorel If tin my arint receive them Can I once again deceive themr iQyoth the people Never more I J KZ IT IS FALSE Carlt Richardson Is Not an A P As Has been Reported by His Political Enemies Union Stab Kv July 23rd 1891 To the people of Breckenridge county As tho report has been circulated that I am a member of a certain organization known as tho A P A it becomes neces- Â¬ sary for me to make a public donial I wish to state that I am not now a momber of such organization nor have I over been and all reports to tho con Â¬ trary are absolutely false They are put Into circulation and kept going by my political enemies the reanon of which Is obvious to all fair minded citizens I furthermore wieb to state that if the published and generally accepted reports of the object and workings of said order be true all of which I personally by my own knowledge know nothing about I am not in sympathy with aueli organisa Â¬ tion believing it to bo undemooratk and foreign to tbe fceaehlBft of Amertean inotittsltona I am a baliayer U both political ad relltjlow liberty Keepertfetry youra K O RlCHAROOX A Fnblio Speaking Hon David R Murray Democratic candidate for Congress will address the people of the Fourth Congressional Dis-Â¬ trict at the following places on the fol- Â¬ lowing dates Hodgenvllle July 25 at 1 oclock p m Caneyvllle July 28 at 11 oclock Stithton July 28 at 4 oclock p m Guston Monday July 80 10 a n Brandenburg July 30 at 2oclock Andy vMe Tuesday July 31 10 a in OtherafpolBiiaeBta will be arranged byhia frioada la the apparent gaps in the dates JPrleoa vl U VI theres a little Heres a little thing thing yOi may not need it now but it Our great i ecotwmy to take It In storm driven liigh wrevking sale Btlll pw Sulzers Winter lingered in tne lap 01 spring and an early fall in prospect we are ptbound to make room heres a bargain theres a barjjain once twic- e- three takers times awl go Bob Moowmh had hts hand severely eut last Friday while working at the brick works lie waa stopping briek at whoa eae same lite end of a shoot down that Uad a knite on It An art ery waa severed and the wound bled pro- freely The new reetdenee of Mr R 0 Wll- oot of jdaa- U3 U IWV rlviBg lU ler at the kaude of Jfal WkUabwul and jit will aeon ba iady to b eoawpUd H h r went to tta iMlfUborkoMl of aa mmOak wharu titans aw Second lrt XlgahaJHlwllH4 iLNMtliMIiMtaAMM w ttir Itut ad htllail tar Clovornort for Friday night July 37 Mr Prioe alwaya roaaajiesto getaloBgby CloYrnort just about the time tiie people ari intngry for a good bow awl a beatty bMMlt He always baa a geodabow aad mm people of Gto- yorport knor it and kwwUly Mil Mia FlMtlsg Opr It Cowing PrWs Mammoth Floatliw Opera to visit near Caneyvillo Wo have eight school teachers in our town seven of which hold first class cer- Â¬ tificates Beat us if yon can nccording to our population only 100 Murray will carry this place twelve to one It would have been an impossibility to have put a better man on the track So seven cheers for than Dave Murray The boys of Harned seem to think thero is no uso to have any girl in tho summer because they take a trip the the Fourth of July and neyer return until X mos Among tho number that attended the For- Â¬ picnic at Garfield the 21st wero est and Frank Haynes Ironi and Matt Payne Bob and Everett Weatherford WITH A HOE Geo Gray and Payton Scott Itev J C Duggins of Leltchfleld pur- Â¬ James Barnett a Road Hand Came chased the property of Kellogg Smith and will hecoino ono of our citizens Near Killing David Ewan about tho 1st of August Wo aro look- Â¬ The Overseer ing forward to that time as one of note and to our interest for wo bellevo him Mon- Â¬ to bo a model both as a minister and a Tho Ilawesville Clarion says day evening two miles east of Pellville citizen David Ewan received a lick from a hoe FOB SALE In tho hands of James Barnett that came Six bead of hortct and colts three lieail of Is overseer on near killing him Ewan cows and calvet aid eleven head of sheep Will tho road and Barnett is a road hand tell dirt low for cash or bankable note j E KEITH d SON Ky They wero out with the other bands at Address ClovcrrHrt work on the road and Barnett bad his yoke of oxen plowing He plowed a 8TBAYED ditch down the center of tho road and On sorrel bone 10 yean old tore on back F A DEAVIN Ewan told him to mako the ditch in an- Â¬ stir In forehead Clortrport Ky other direction so that It would convey branch Barnett tho water to a main Statement of tho Condition of the if mo and my team replied must be bossed I will take them home and he did so his residence being near INCOUrOKATED by Ho returned In n few minutes wltli Of Cloverport Ky a hoc and began working with tho other At tba close of business June 30th 1891 bands Overseor Ewan came around In ASSETS a few miuutes and said to Barnett that 1118 014 2S tho ditch be was working in was deep Notts and DUIa dlaoounUd 2 000 00 and Furniture- enough and that needing dirt on the Hanks Fixtures and Lot 3 000 00 Hanking House 1 M0 S i other side of tho road ho could work Debts In Bait 1 40 87 Overdrafts there Barnett remarked that ho had J9 684 04 Bonds been bossed as much as he Intended to Catb 24 OSS B0 34 403 7 bo and aa Ewan passed ho struck him in Out from Hank S8 440 77 the side of tho bead with a boo and he Â¬ fell senseless remaining so for some 214 017 SO MAIlIUTIESi time Barnett Immediately made his f 15 100 00 escape and it is believed that be crossed Capital Ptock 5 000 00 Surplus Fund tho river here early In thd night Monday Undivided Profits 6 018 29 1 233 Si making bis way to Indiana where he Fund to lity Taxes 1 804 00 4 formerly lived eight or ten years ago Dividend No 40 3 per cent 135 601 12 Deposits AVarranta wero Issued but of course r 24 017 t8 were not executed Tho condition of A 1 SKILLMAN Cashier Ewan waa thought at first to be very dangerous but now he is getting along Statement of Condition af the well and will likely recover Barnett is considered a worthless fellow and la known to have treated hta wife very I INCOXrONATaU badly He neyer worked much but AT IIAHDINSHUKa KV boys whom he left at made his wife and At the dote ol business June 30th iSvf home earry the burden have a- beautiful line in t 1 r all colors and sizes for only 10 V i Sty J r A cents BFBeardCo HARDINSBURG KY Breckinridge Bnk II Dry Goods Notions Furniture Carpets Mattings Oil Cloths Shoes Groceries THE STORE tmmmmmmmtt To buy goods reasonable is the store for you to go to We only advertise what we mean nnd no Try us and then be your own We arc selling all our Judge Summer Goods nt cost for we do not want to carry goods over J from one season to another1 Visit our store and purchase1 some of the great bargains Old m m i Bank of Hardinsburg RESOURCES Hardware Glassware Chinaware Tinware fJ II Reliable Store Neff Kagin ILIUT10F0I8X Two XaatVi Km IS 60 Bora Wtba wife of Iter W tUatnutM mm hua taSMwaia fWi bta v 1 TU dV-- MtHatB Mj MiTi A limHod number of liwiruawats will be ieaU4 at tWa twmlal prioe simply a lor Um aa aslvwiiaaaaent The Lexlirtti Cow Total You can aotalford powlltwr dr Dtatrlet M ebfti etila LIAHILITIH ia waHtMr m on Dm iUm to wltM tiiifc-- opportunity k Has savor my m m Ui mmma m two tkmmk fralfMt fiiMlar 8um big anion TtMrjrav and will Hot laat toag OaHt Hek pW In I aa toad bfaf r UetiaWtthl NdkttariktV lttWt Addttaa MvMaa Ms 7 July 1st aM In MtoBtWkaittt MitkUiffMPjMraA M- - 8m tdwtritMflMiU alaowboM i par UM mimn DvBola A Wabb LoJrUk Ky Bub PtoMt vw Jttving bJa aa m41tUJ hOW ltatt TTw ropalrod DcPrWay MDlfataaMtH I mm m nmtem Furniture and Fliturai Banking House and Lot Catb Id taft and In other btnka 6teka and Beadt Netts and bills IGm 133 7W 478 3 497 9 17 84 80 4 975 M 04 1 it GUSTON KY WiMUlUiWUWii 10 MaUe U M ri ftjrut uwYTurLfflrfiJTLTuriiiTVJ rizi xsnooxi i4ixiKiyayanMnxyMiiKi3iaMyiiuajnAr dm MV Mill M4 M MHHMH Mf Fa all all a maalfif wititrt writ M fl W WiaslVII TaHatfOtt Ib4 paw- yt riikf at MM ttUtt W bM rofctUii - t4tte 1- ItMW TW M Oh Uy born M uuUWb Cbet far twah 144 iMMsda tUU X rJ A AtV J XT 1i T4 xi g4 srit7 w vr 111 wore wtt utlSowi Otortaryafi r wacfct timA m ttM wttlj m E9 m f CT XW i- - f iTx 6 hJ Highest of alt ii Leavening Tower i tho flnist in every respect nt nny expo Thcro were 000 vMktlw of sition correspondents ndmltted that they did potatoes exhibited by flOO growers lo Yet Stilled not know but each expresaod opinions cated in tho 22 counties of tho stnto both regarding tho cause nnd tho pre where potatoes nre a leading crop Wb Professor L II Bnlley eald These potatoes wero grown by contract vention Ho Takes the Newspapers Jo Task that ho had always supposed hollow in counticH that produce iiniumlly not hentt to be due mostly toovexgrowth aUr less than lnooonubnshels A progies and Handles thorn as Easily as ivo farmer wIiohiiw thin exhibit repott though somo vnrletles aro more subject to it thnn otheis Ho thought that firm ed upon it as follows for tho Ohio FarmHo Doos tho Politicians fleshed varieties of medium sizo grown er Ho says continued to spin around llko tops until Breckenridge News on soil only moderately rich in nitro- Â¬ The exhibit ns n wholo was n valuMessrs Hew ley and Berry man set the gen would bo most freo from tho trou- Â¬ able object lesson to potuto growers ov Jno D 4 V 0 Baboage Editors and Froprletn buggy up on all fours then they had erywhere furnishing n solution to the ble to hold to it for several minutes to keep MURRAY GOING TOWASHINGTON What number of eyes Dr W C Sturgls of tho Connecticut vexed question WEDNESDAY JULY 25 1894 it from running off again station named us the causo of hollow to tho hill will produce tho htrgest ro Tho test If Dio had como along directly after heart Pytophora infestans n potato turns of marketable potatoes WHIMSICALITIES OF A C0NC0R the wreck and cast Ids eyes iu the di Â¬ Ho said nathingjiut abso- Â¬ rovcals tho fact thut one eye produced the rot fungus Ky July 21 1SL Elizaiiktiiiown CORDIA MULE largest potatoes whilo three eyes yielded rection of mother earth he would have EuiToit Nkwh A very long time ago tfie lutely sound seed should evorbo used It Is not n peculiar characteristic of tho lurgest number of pounds ot market Â¬ thought that coffee grew on oak trees when cortain varitics though as n rule wisest of uien King Solomon For example on a given able tubers writing on the subject of friendship gave early varieties nre less liable to attack Telephono Post Split Into Kindling In the vicinity of Sirocco piece of ground planted with but one The boys patched up the buggy and to tho world a provirb that Is as true Dr Sturgls doubted tho accepted oyo tq tho hill tho J leld was 000 jMUinds Wood Trees Barked But No harness and mule hitched her up again now and forever will be as It was then theory that there is greater frequency of of uniformly lurge smooth iwtntoes Lives Lost and went on their way in great trepidawith no small ones On n pieco of hollow heart in largo than in small ik A man that hath friends must show tion One was up in the buepy pulling himself friendly tatoes Dr Byron D Hoisted did not ground of the snmo size nnd similarly why treated with two eyes planted to the AVIillo tlio Ekrouites were enjoying back on n pair of new cotton lines with Tho inference to be d uwii from this is know tho causo nor tho reason as much force as If he was driving a ild that a man must continue BtetulfusUin largo potntocs aro oftcner hollow heart Â¬ hill the yield was 770 pounds of mcr thoinsolvcB with picnic and base ball the Ho thought prob Â¬ chuntnblo potnlots and on another ed thnn small ones 14th inst Sirocco was treated to a scene elephant the other had the old lines being friendly or else the friends ho has ably largo tubeis were oftenest affected strip planted with thrco eyes to the that caused some of tlio oldest inhabit- Â¬ fastened about the mules nozlo and gained will desert him when another bcoauso tho excess in sizo permits all hill tho yietd was pouiult of good ants of the neighborhood who chanced was walking by the fcide of the mule proverb on the same subject will apply this iibsmco of tissue at tho center not merchantable potatoes Tho hill testa were Intended to show A brother uMended Is harder altogether for the sumo reason that a to be present to almost split their sides with lines tightened both prepared for to him to be won than a strong city and their largo tree Is often hollow while n small the possibilities in tKitalo growing unwith laughter They were awakened to emergencies der extensive cultivation nnd revealed ono of the satuokind hai it sound cenWhen they started to hitch the mule contentious are like the bare of u castle a full sense of what a whimsical mule Â¬ somo remarknble results For instance can do in a very few seconds when he up after they had gotten things in runApioposof the first mentioned sacred ter to n tho Early Mitiue yielded at tho rute of As half way nnswtr In thonunt quicken- - ning order I persuaded Claud Brown to truism and which all men should heed once takes a notion to test his 1 100 but hcls per acre Duttons Seed tor hoKUggestedtlmt tho- entral- - por woods where tho mule may bo explained the stcret of Mr Mur go down in the ing powers tion of u potato is tho mot nonliving ling which is very large and adapted Troutman of couldnt see him Juno Bennett and rays exceeding jmpularity wherever he portion it being the storelionso for to poor soil yielded tit tho rnto of 900 The funniest part of the business was goes and the hearty enthusiasm he material to bo used Jy tho yonnu buds bushels per ucie and Chicago Market Concordia drovo to Brandenburg and laid in a supply of cofleo and etc the maneuvers the boys cut in trying to awakens In tho hearts of his friends when ithey unfold these buds and the G74 bushels per ucie In ncurly every instance whero a which was sown by the way side by the quench their rage without giving vent to While tho second mentioned proverb Is vital parts associated with them lying laigoj yield wns reported high grade cuss words which wouldever and anon appropriate for explaining tho causo ol somowhat midway between the surface of that capricious mule The evolution In the commercial fertilizer valued ut 2 per potuto and its center boys were driving the mule to a bupgy find vent in tho most awkward fashion Mn Montgomerys decline in tho matter of tho development of a potato wo can see 100 wns town and not infrequently as Old Had their invocations prevailed top and they liked to have been minus a of friedship aud the general apotliy that thut there might bo n cavity developed much ns 000 pounds to the aero was ap minus a turnout before they reached Marsttr would have sent that mule to pervades the ranks of his friends The In tho center by tho failure of the plied It is only fair to say thut the Paynesvllle on their return home if in Â¬ the bad placo and those boys would one is warm kind smiling pleasing and sufllciont development of storage tissue Eurly Maine vurkty which produced so deed they were not When last seen have had to wulk home I think from friendly to all men while tho other is to occupy nil the space As to the enormously received especial euro nnd In addition to tho liberal breeding out it would seom probable attention they acted like they thought they had n their actions they came to theconcluslon cold distant vacant offending and unapplication of high grado fertilizers mighty fair chance for Heaven by the that the Sirocco eoplo had no more friendly to all except to the rich and tho that it could be done to Homo extent because anything like hollow heart it tho pqtutoej wero regularly irrigated sympathy for unfortunates than no many great way of mules heels Such treatment of coureo would not be likely to bo somewhat n mutter of inheathen would have had My funny 1 nasal Sirocco when they arrived Men may prate loud and long of a it a weakness If yon pructicublo with tho uverago farmer tliero from Brandenburg about It oclock box got turned over then tho fun broke mans exalted position and power but I heritancecull pleaso and thercforo ono should use but it emphasizes tho fnct that it is not in the afternoon They drove up with out like a conflagration spreading from tell you if he is devoid of these magnetic strong instead of weak seed tho cost of production that counts but tho pomp of Cincinnatiis and hitched one to another until every thing about attributes characteristic of friendship Professor W F Mussey hazarded the tho profit over and nbovo tho cost of If nn application of 000 their donkey to a post near the hack en- Â¬ Sirocco was in a blaze of mirth their praises are as tinkling brass and a opinion thnt hollow heart is duo to un production Claud Brown acted like somebody had Bounding sjmbol and ho will ultimate excess of nitrogenous food in u moist pounds of fertilizeu per acre costing trance to the store seemingly with all stole his biscuit thinking that he in ly fall to please the people and will fail soil Thcro may bo somo fungous f 12 will odd to tho yield 100 bushels confidence In tho donkey came in and seemed to be enjoying themselves in some way caused tho smash up but to recoive their support even though he growth connected with it but ho can of potatoes worth 00 it will certainly jovial conversation which was soon cut when he anil the owner of tho cranky might have the foice of olimuter and not think there is nuy fungous cnuso for pay to use fertilizers In connection with the foregoing are The potato tuber is tho plants it abort by the appearance of Claud Itrow u outfit had somewhat recovered from the the towering intellect mid the executive reservoir for the storing of starch for mentioned the extraordinary results ob excitement usually attending such situ- ability of a Napoleon dixwed in his best tained by the celebrated Frenchman tho food of tho plant another season We Sirocco people had been used to ations and were persuaded to see the But I shall not pursuo the theme If tho excess of nitrogen btiinulntes the Girard that are exciting tho French nnd Ho has proseeing Claud and didnt think he was ridiculous side of tho affair they seemed further for fear that my reades may vital principal ot tho plant to an acEnglish farmers today ugly enough to scare any common mule to enjoy tho fun as much as any of us think I want to ttflhct them with a dry tivity in cell formation in advunco of duced us much us SOO bushels of pota- Â¬ We went back over the track after the tlio supply of mineral food needed foi toes per aero over largo areas His plan but you see wo didnt mako allowances dissertation on friendship building materials thcro is sure to be is briefly to plow 8 inches deep and for mules that had been raised in the boys left and found several pieces of Louisville Evening Post whose The plow 0 where lower eon of the county and of such inulo skin hair coffee cheese and methods are as unfair as tli y aro quix- Â¬ a gap somewhere nnd usuallydoes not follow with a subsoil ho nppliesinches Ho from deeper Of fertilizers there is greatest activity capricious natures as this Concordia crackers otic and which Is regarded here as mere- Â¬ believe there is any heredity about it 8 to 12 tons of munuro to tho acre toani mnlo and whon Claud hitched his ly a stick to rake tin stunts out of the With nn abundant supply of potuslilH gether with 250 pounds of superphos Tho value of a good name was well horse and came walking up to tho door thinksthero would bo little of it ftli phate nnd 200 pounds of sulphnto of exemplified the other day when a man flro with in its issue of tho loth inst of tho storo next to where tho donkey and adds u dressing of SOO If Mont- Â¬ plenty of nitrogen and n deficiency ol potash has an article which says for a bottle of pounds of hitrutu of soda was quietly resting wo didnt note any asked one of our druggists gomery is beaten it will probably be potnsh tliero will bo hollow heurts usu inquired the Whose Tab Cut7U1 actions or looks of a disturbing nature Sarsaparilla brought about by ha d times Why of ally Whoso why Ayers of course clerk Aunt Maria I think you nnd Mr about him But not so with the donkey this is one of tho fucturs that go courto Inarcta In Stored Gruln Monti ought tp get along nicely together who seemed to bo suddenly filled with Yo dont suppose Im going to run any to make up tho cause of his defeat risky with Hannah do ye In a bulletin from the Deluwaro sta- You know you both liko tho samo peoconsternation although It had a blind disputes it Mr Post but will you tion fanners aro- cautioned about their ple bridle on and some said It couldnt have be so kind as to come to time and give stored grain nnd seed which is liable to Matilda Yes nnd what is better wo WILLOW DALE seen Claud when ho approached It bo attacked by insects The first indioat hato tho samo people Just think what us the reasons for theso hard times must liavo been one of those remarkable Now if you under take to do this of Hon of insect attack is u marked increase nioo long talks wo shall liavo together Weather is hot and very dry Boston Transcript cases where coming events casts their coureo we expect tj hear a great deal of of temperature in tho mass of grain as Howsoever there was Miss Catherine Kincaid Is on the Lick spouting and flimsy theorizing but what though it had becomo damp from some shadows before Two chemists of Hamburg MM For causo nnd fermentation had commenced a sudden start as if a tintinnabulation list we want to especially ask you is this Thesoigrain insects breed and mo most stor nnd Nljiaml liuvo published somo of hells accompanied by tlio rattling of Mr Tom Ilaynes nnd sister Fannie Was not tlio killing of silver one of the active during warm weather nnd there studies pu tho cholera infection from tin pans tho popping f giant shooting are visiting in Vine Grove main causes of hard times nnd did not is little danger of their in juringi grain or widely it appears that Foap is ono of tho crackers and sizzing of roman candles Mr Montgomery vote for unconditional seeds iduring the winter except those best knoMiLstorilizcJs of water suspect Mr W B Withers was in Louisville had suddenly turned loose out of a pan on r peal which means undoubted death to stored in heated rooms All four form ed of infection business one day last week detnouium in close proxmlty to its cau- Â¬ ThoittTelioctor Pleaso come of insect life tho gg the larva tho put tho dollar of our daddy V Mr M J Doylo and wife of Louis- Â¬ pa and the adult insect are destroyed dal extremities Tho great curative agent Electropolse to timo Mr Post and quit your monkey g Hearing a sound as if ville spent Thursday with W F Ger ing In tho same Issue of the Post there when i subjected to the fumes of bisul rented two months for 5 phido of carbon -- Tho bin or the gran glass factory had capsized scatter- Â¬ kins nnd family jwino is also an article which lays special Dont miss this opportunity of leasing ary should be inadeipracticnllyt airtight Mrs Fred Key is visiting her mother ing its contents over a quarter section of emphasis on tho fact that Mr Montgom or at least tliero should bo no drafts of the most skillful physician in tho State land Juno Bonnet swung himself out at Cave City She also expect to visit ery is a personal friend to Speaker Crisp air when tho bisulphide of carbon is ap makes no errors gives no medicine but at the door nonchalantly vociferating Auburn and Glassgow while gone Your foot is into it again Mr Post Of plied i This vobitilachemical evaiwratos does i cure disease where all else falls Miss Anulo Smith returned to her course he is a personal friend Did he rapidly and tho fumes being heavier One thousand of tbise instruments will Wo mulei I tell you Wo mule 1 iay home in Louisville Sunday after spend not barter for his present position by than air will sink through the grain so bo rented for the nbovo nominal price Jutt keep you teat Miss Iiza that it is not necessary to pluco the liquid ing two weeks with Miss KttaGcrkins voting directly against the wish of tho beneath the grain though it is better to After this supply lias been exhaust d And hold on to the sleigh Miss Julia Baldwin one of Louisvilles great masses of the party when ho voted spread tho gruiu in as thin u layer as pos- old terms which were much higher will His net strain was lost in a cloud of bo resumed Tho Elcctropoiso proves dust which obscured everything except charming young ladies Is visiting her against tho great apostle nnd votary of sible Tho bisulphidoof carbon is highly in- its worth by its works Head tho follow- Â¬ tho hitching post where the mule iiad cousins Misses Emma nnd Maud With- Â¬ tariff reform UogerQ Mills thus delay iny tariff reform the very ground work flammable und no lightaorifiroiof any ing letters which give testimony of its been from view Ho then seemed to ers kind should bo allowed in or near the merit Mr J 0 Smith celebrated his sixtieth and bed rock of the Democratic platform realize for thu first time the gravity of buildings in which it is used for at least birthday last Sunday Those present and the vi ry Issuu upon which a grand a day ufter its use and not before all the situation IrviiH Ky Feb 7 18Jh triumphant victory was scored the ex Â¬ smell of the substance has disappeared Denr8ir8-T-- 1 was very much pleased Illackcholcr filIM Mulircatt that bolld with from a distance were Mr Chas Crawford Ire and wife of Long Brance Mr Harry tent of which was u surprise to tho Dem Tiio oxpenso for the chemical will he with yourm ply to my letter of January And from hit eye ball flathd the living fire Of coureo ho aboutiond half cent er bushel of grain 20 Smith and his sister Annie from Louis- Â¬ ocratic voters themselves Such candor is not to be found is n personal friend to the Speaker No Â¬ treated at the rate of one half toouo June seemed to be suddenly transform- Â¬ ville among quacks It gave me moro faith body doubts it Mr Post But what we ouncoiof bisulphide i of carbon to each In Ho call- Â¬ ed into a cusslnj machine you and your Klectropoise I will want io Know is tins win you justuy a bushel of the infested grain ed on tho Lord and turned around just HOLT rent it and take tho chances of being man for selling ids birth right for a in timo to witness the crush in the tim- Â¬ cured Youn truly Ou tlio Country Uoad ber aftor tho mule had made the orbit Wheat threshing about over with us mess of pottagoand that too against the E A McCluub J W 8anbprn director of the Utah will of tho people he is supposed to re Â¬ Methlnks it Miss IUi had been in Jeff Hawkins Toblnsport was in town station reports that two years oxtri present that vehicle when it struck tho tele Sunday In tio letter to which Mr McClure meuts in sowing oats at different It is to bo hoped you will bo ery deal showed a markeind vantage in curly datcs refers we stated to him that his disease phono post it would liavo been fun to sow Mr Joo Bowers is lying wry low with on theso points in a leading editorial ing Gee typhoid have seen her keep her seat was of such a nature that wo could not fever very soon and it is also to bo hoped that v hlz some operator must have thought Goubers called in tho north peanuts assure him of a cure even with the Mrs Jennie Duncan went to Owens tho ALontgomory papers in tho district nre sometimes culled gronnd pens In Eleetropoiso hut thero was a chance that lightning had struck tho polo boro Saturday will copy them as usual tho south They are not profitably rulsed and certainly nothingelso would do him When tho turn out left tho hitching uenry J ate mini visited relatives Tho Post and its satellites labor hard for market north of Kentucky and Ter good if the ElectropolBO failed This post and mado tho curvoat tho jump oil to get tho impression over tho district ncsco at the side of tho main road in front of hero a fow days last week second letter received a few days ago Funny Field in Tho Prairie Farmer shows that we wero mistaken nnd that the store the wheels on the upper sido Mark Newton Hardlnsburg is visit- Â¬ that all this discontent is duo to dis-Â¬ gruntled otllcoseekois But this is en- Â¬ says Build ono house thut will uccom of the buggy quit tho earth and I dont ing his mother Mrs John Pierce his cose though pronounced hopeless modato 100 fowls Put a partition think they had timo to touch it any James Johnson Persimmon Flat at- tirely too thin You might eliminate through tho middle and keep your fowls was not bo when the greatest of all mo this clement from the contest and still in two flocks of SO each moro until tho inulo made another curvo tended church hero Sunday night Divide ono dies was npplkd the majority of the voters would glvo aero into four yards and uso tho yard around the yard and the opposite side of Mrs Dr S 1 Harris Phllpot is tho Irvine Ky June 10 1801 Murray their hearty support I think tho buggy struck tho telephone iwst guest of alternately her sister Mrs J 0 Tin us Doar Sirs I am well pleased with the Tho peoplo have grown tired of tricks tearingHhe whole sido off of tho post a II Stewart says that thcro is no part Miss Annlo Kaisoy Cloverort visit Â¬ and tho representation of n more gang Electropolse Have thoroughly tested it slab Bonrfslx or seven feet long throw- Â¬ of tho corn plant but is digestible when ing tho buggy over on tho the side that ed friends and relatives here a few days which is not representation at all ac- Â¬ rightly fed And if tho whole pluut by four months use and found thut it has done all and more for mo than you cording to tho spitit of our fathers could be torn or crushed into shreds Tho inulo got a last week had beon resting said it would A friend who has been shredded would be u good term Miss Jonnio Tinius is visiting her That only is representation which repre Â¬ down hill move on her there directing doubt th ore is her coureo in tho direction of Currents grandparents Mr and Mrs J J Dyer sents the poorest aud huinblist as well economy no feeding of the fur greater watching Its effects ou mo caipe this of ft morning and asked mo to send for one Cloverport as tho richest and greatest and they house dragging the buggy on the side See that the calves have proper rare for her Yours truly Misses Annie and Daisy Cox Toblns- Â¬ have an ubldlng faith founded upon his until it caught against a tree and tore Glvo them choice clover JJ A McCuinit Just as port were visiting relatives at Tucker character and capacity that Murray will a llttlo meal everybits of if it is hay and looso from tho frenzied animal day only a supercede Montgomery when ho will handful It will pay if given regularly the mule parted from tho buggy bIio ran tint lust week Dimois Wkuii 600 Fourth Ave against a tre- e- the collision knocking Misses Eva and Maud Herndon Bran- Â¬ proyo hlinuelf tho best and ublesti repre Â¬ Much depends upon the first yeat Louisville Ky her down and tearing the bark off tho denburg spent lost week with Mr and sentative the district has had for many f rowih years tree Slio arose with tho appearance of Mrs Y Hardin and family OurGemShirU have arrived choice Conuiclox ThtivtotH1 Tho people are in tho saddle and their having been stunned soniewbal by the 50 cents at BabbagWa Mrs Melissa Stowart and two sons of Sergeant Kelly a celebrity cf tlie Irish swift horse Murray is bended for Wash Â¬ almost adhesive contact and moved Owensboro spent two days last woek ington and has the bottom to make bar had a remarkable habit of ilrawlug off in a dejected trot down the hill to with her brother Mr Joseph Stowart the journey without even fLtggiug so conclusions directly at variauea with Currents gato whero tho boys caught Mrs It McJohnson and daughter Miss tune your harps boys and prattles your bis premises and was eonsequeutly nick her and brought her hack then viewed Be4e will spend the week at- - Elm Miigs continually for there must betsow named ConHeelorTMirWorcL iHoeturb the wreck of her mad career When the boys started off after the wood the guests of Mrs Hatlio Smith pie to melody in the music that Is to 11 tw Mary The case ii to dear gentleman gtwrltti U 8 gunner W A Smith from the hearts of a hitherto weary and that yon oannot poaaibly Bjlwndewtaud iul Meean William Bewley and Sot fa it ami I should payyoarwMUwtaaiHnfii j Serrymaa ran to the buggy to see if life who has been in collector Powers dis-Â¬ disappointed people a very poor oenjHwent ilIldwelte tOKRBKlpWIIKNT iwae extinct Though flu body was in a trict at work the past month Is at homo it fenajKHhermhwt JSUwntfmilatly tvlL0 MULiILIIaa IIia tny lt1 i f f - for h weeks reet CaHTAMOIIMrZ 2A UM nnd KS yaara Something nobby jalftdiw purewi at at eneejoed UxWmU to up in the air ware vary much alive Mlea Mollle Wattlgly Balltows ami I tertnnUly as possible rVrOwB JU aa th known for RahiMgea They got sueli a rooya o em widta they Mitta Susie Matting Ctoverport were You will mm tk pienie of the mmop imwvr HKiwM ft r twere avunuinft hi iioum Mare Ute tueetq of Mr and Mm K 8 Carirr 8ai mt Al1TJ8Siara Bv PriaV Ci ewN Baiting yOM fail to jrtttad Hw one at CbarUeV tUay Hfdayiand Sunday I butty truck the telepboM wMrt rwr mmn M attars tyring aaUtria RoYl Fbwder S Baking Mtm BBEOKMRlDGfi NRWS OLOYRRPORT KY Latest U S Govt Kcroit ammmmmmmtnsmmwMtnitw WORTH READING Oljrct lrtnn lrirer iVi lr a - - - lVk MIMMfMriM HOLLOW HEARTED POTATOES A CHAitER ON POTATOE3r Correspondents Facile Delight- Â¬ ful and Dissecting Pen Is Hot The Cnnao nmt Prvvmlls ufTliU IcculUr nml InJnVlnun CliurwrtairUtlc Wlint causes hollow heart In pota Â¬ toes This qneiy wui recently answer Â¬ ed by n number of ngilcultural author- Â¬ ities in tho columns of Tho Iturnl How Yorker A huge pjicentngo of their Â¬ to IVtMlo flow riiciKiiiiriml YlrliU Aro Iriiiturril Ono of the most instructive 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Because we give the most for the least money Because Big Spring is tho garden spot of tho world in bargains Becnus j tho public finds every Â¬ thing ns represented Because Big Spring and Jacob and Meyer aro tho greatest town and firm in lireckcnridge and Meado counties Btcuuso- - with cheapneai wo give novelty nnd durability Becnuse every wholesale houso in the count y seeks the advantage of our Cash Advance System Because we nru konwu at homo and through the country and appreciated everywhere Because mt whacks old fogies and tliuirwuys aro things of the past Grit nush and enter- Â¬ MatlVLA WUDOUCLAS 19irJBROCKTON MASS money by purcbasluii W It Vou enn eaTC Iloiislna blinca Because we are tne largest manufacturers ol adverUied shoes In the world aud guarantee the value by stamping the name and price ou high you the bottom which protects profitsagainst shoes Our prices aud the middlemans custom work In style easy fitting aud equal wearing qualities We have them sold every where at lower prices for the value given than any other make Take no aubstltute If your dealer cauuot supply you we can bold by S L SULZER Clovorport Ky C M Hr SENO FOR CATALOGUE CO McGLOTHLAN Union Star Kyt Â¬ Â¬ BANK or HAEDI3STSBTJES Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 7 600 D F BEARD President WILL MILLKR Vice President M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ II DRAKD Cashier -- I x 1 Nobody QW Â¬ Â¬ RM riKAKD 1 MORRIS ESKRIDOK Dire tor JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS THFII THE BEST PHOENIX Ky v Â¬ h H Â¬ rattle-ty-ban- Last but not Becauso Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i wn have over 20000 worth of clothing shoes dnss goods carperts lurnituro wall paper gioctries hard- Â¬ ware tinware saddlery China nnd glassware which we aro putting now before the people at and below cost to make room for our fall anil winter goods Dont miss tl i oppor-Â¬ tunity us every at ticlu in the house is Bold at great reduced Call and examine figures and bo convinced tot LIME CO Stephensport ASK FOR IT POSITIONS GUARANTEES under reasonable conditions Our TriFI 9Gago caulogua will explain why wn ran afford it w I Dranglions Practical Business College NASHVILLE TtfN Write tor catalogue Book keeping Shorthand renmanth In and Tela- graphy sptnd moro money In the Interest ot Jacob Ml Meyer EuiploymentDepartuieut than halt the Uuslness CollcKeatakelnas tuition 4 weeks by our method icacning book keeping Is equal to 12 weeks by the old plan 1 1 teachers 600 students natt VMr nn vacation enter any time Cuiar IIoako We have recently prepared books especially adapted to Sent on 60 days trial Write us and explain yonr wants NB We pay cash tor ail va Â¬ cancies as book keepers stenographers teachers clerks etc reported to us provided we 611 saiaa 1 HOME STUDY GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT CO KENTUCKY Â¬ Agents Wanted SOLICITING FOR Also Wholesale and Iletatl Dealers In Yellow Pino Flooring and Ceiling Shingles Hair Doors Laths Ceraeat Lime Lovings Protective AND Brick Blinds Sash and Sole Agents for Collection Agency THIS IS PAY NO HUMBUG Â¬ and all kinds 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