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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS vol xix si DICTATORS Ben Johnson and His Gang CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY Base Ball Notes Tbo Fountain Field club made a very iinnlsu move In accepting a challenge to play lreston at Iaynpsvillu tho 2Ut tilt Some of their best players wire off at Kllabethtown attending a gamo be Â¬ tween the Klizabethtowns and Meado couuty club the latter of which they bad brcomo members taking tho pledge at Ekron tbo 14 But our boys always eager for nil and practice mustered up the n quired num ber by enrolling tender feet whoso hands wero as soft as eider down and whoso courage would rise and fall with tlio volocity of tho ball falling wltun they would see n red hot ball coming at em and rising when it had passed safely by put on a bold front and stood before the galaxy selected from thrco clubs namely lreston Union Star and Mooley vllle Fountain Fields madou splendid start hut Gabe Board pitcher gotBtruck not by a ball but by some one outside of tho game and retired to the Held where lie would have more time to feast his eager eyes He complained of being sick all out of whack tho symptoms wero such as to justify me in diagnosing tho case as above Ho pitched three innings and when he left the box theBCore stood 3 to 5 in favor of Fountain Fields When Gabe retired from tho box it seemed as if an Achilles had withdrawn his powers luck took its flight Henry Shacklott taking bis placo in tho box pitched one inning but being off bis feed and in no condition for work re Â¬ tired while the score stood 5 to 14 so I have been told by ono of the Fountain Fields but I was under the Impression that it was to 12 in favor of lreston who steadily gained until the close of tho game when the score stood as fol- Â¬ lows Fountain Fields 10 Prestoii 33 The game was highly interesting from start to finish Both sides composed of nice young uiunno bickering all seem- Â¬ ed to enjoy themselves and to know how to make spectators feel at ease Sirocco 1 AUGUST 1 1894 NO 2 THREE CHEERS For tho Breckonridgo County Boy and tho Bravo Men Who Aro Standing by Him Eight Counties Aro Safely Conceded to Murray by a Disinterested Observer Â¬ RATHER MIXED WATCHTHEM Bon Aro How a Country Telegraph Operator Got Tangled in a Big Ofllce Trying To Run tho Earth and Evorything on It A Rovonuo Man Johnsons Mon Aro Out District Working for Montgomery in tho I4 JKwNsv a i v V Occasionally a funny uiistuko occurs witli telegrams said Charlie Secrest of Â¬ in tho Bo Louisville District Must for Montgomery OR LOSE HIS JOB HURRAH FOR MURRAY I i liavo had occasion during tho present race for Congress to allude to tho fact that it appeared that tho Collector ofllce at Louisville was undertaking to Wo H j W control tho elections through its em ploycsall over the Fifth Internal Reve nu6 District That it was a violation of law and a violation of good morals and that it should bo resented by the people Because Mr Montgomery gave his ier sonal influence to secure the ofllce of Collector for Mr Johnson it is no reason why ho should tuako a inachlno of his ofllce and its employes to elect Mont- Â¬ gomery Mr Montgomery nominates the postmasters In his district and tho Internal Ilovenue Collector names bis subordinates the two amounting to hun Â¬ dreds located at the most serviceable points during nu election and their whole force thrown in favor of any indi- Â¬ vidual in an election Is a tremenduous power by which the ins could defy the peopleand prevent rotation in ofllce Add to this the promises of place in the future for political services in behalf of tho candidate of theso officials and active election work required of thoso al Â¬ ready appointed and we have an engine of demoralization that is a menace to Democratic government and good morals The postmasters all over tho district aro for Montgomery and thoy ought to be Mr Montgomery bos showed that bo considered their appointment a perquisite that attaches to bis ofllce and one in which tho people have no right to dic Â¬ tate He appointed bis friends and they nrnperly remain bis friends But there ifno reason why every reyenue man in tho district should bo for Montgomery and tearing bis shirt for him unless the head of the department has solidified him The balance of the people who are under no obligations to the revenue department are reasonably divided wbv Is there not tho same division among the storekeepers gaugeiB etc and why are thoy out scouring tho country in the interest of Montgomery We see the regulars laid off in the middle of the month a thing unheard of before and specials put in their places the regulars taking to the woods immediately for Montgomery and the specials flopping over to him with their kin as far as thoy can cpntrol them Mr Clovolaud when be was first president called this offensive partisanship and a violation of civil service rules endangering the perpetuity pf Democratic government and be lop- Â¬ ped ofT the heads of those engaged therein It is a most dangerous effort to debauch the ballot This combination of Mr Montgomery and Mr Johnson to dictate to the Democratic party whom they shall nominate as candidates should be resented by tho people as a wholesale debauching through public patronage We do not mean to say that any man in the revenue service bos sold bis birthright for a mess of pottage but we do mean to say that the unanimity of their sentiments for Mr Montgomery in indicative of political organization in the revenue service not contemplated by the civil service rules or promotive of Democratic success nud those who abandon their official duties to go out electioneering aro flagrantly violating the laws of the land and of good morals and cannot complain if they aro repudi- Â¬ ated by tho people in tho future Tho Internal Revenue Collectors of Â¬ fice wants to run the earth as is shown by the following extract from the Louis-Â¬ ville Evening Times of the 21st inst Mr Athertona organ serves notico on the postmaster ut Louisville that he roust keep bis hands off the Congress Â¬ ional contest in this district A like warning to tho Collector of Internal lUvenuo botb ag to the contest in this ttiid tbo Fourth Congressional district might be conducive to civil service re Â¬ form which as everybody knows is the sole point at which the Mugwump Dickey Bird la driving Marion Falcon Â¬ Origionof the Dollar Mark Five Theories Below aro given five theories of the origin of the dollar mark they being selected from about twenty seemingly plausible solutions 1 That it is a combination of U 8 the initials of the United States 2 That it is a medification of the figure 8 tbo dollar being formerly called n piece of eight 3 That it is derived from a representa- Â¬ tion of the pillars of Hercules consisting of two neodle likgtowors or pillars connected with a scroll Tho old Span Â¬ ish coins marked with tho pillar device were frequently referred to as pillar dollars 4 That it is a combination of II S tho ancient Rowan mark of money unit 5 That it is a combination of I and S from peso duro signifying hard dollar In Spanisli accounts peso is contracted by writing the S over the P and placing it after the sum According eo one writer the symbol of the dollar is a monogram of tbo letters V S and J the dollar being originally a thaler coined in the val- Â¬ ley of Sankt Joachim Bohemia and known as Joacliims thaler nnd the monogram tbo Initials of the words Valley Sankt Joachim A writer in giving his opinion of Iteason No 3 as given above says Tho American symbol for dollar is taken from the Spanish dollar and tho origin of the sign of course must bo looked for in associations of Spanish coins On tho roverse of the Spanish dollar is a representation of tho pillars of Hercules and around each pillar is a scroll with the inscription plus ultra This dovlco in course of time has de- Â¬ generated into the sign which at present stands for American as well as Spanish The scroll arcAind tho pil- Â¬ dollars lars represents the two serpents sent by Juno to destroy Hetcules in his cradle St Louis Republic in mythologic lore HUES RUN Success to tbo Nkws A very pleasant rain fell here Friday A soaking rain came in time to redeem gardens pastures and crops Miss Cordelia Cashman Saturday night Mr Chintz Royalty got our school this winter Miss Rosa Oelzo assistant teach- Â¬ Mr Jess and Bettie Hawkins visited er Miss Zoa Johnson was on tho sick list last week but is somewhat bettor ut this writing SAMPLE vaS Rev W B Snead filled bis regular ap pointment Saturday Misses Lena and Gertie Brown and Miss Ella Gibson were the guests of Miss Nellie Qrautdne day last week Mm Mu ride Harden of Owensboro hi visiting relatives and friends lit this Â¬ lar appointment hero Sunday quite n crowd preasant The moonlight picnic at Mr Abe RIcketta Friday night was quite a suc Â¬ cess Good order kept A large crowd attended 1lenty of refreshments on the Managers Abe Ricketts L V hanln and Charlie Hawkins Good music by Furrows string band la glass vial Biwujr Rev I 0 Argerbrlght filled his regu Â¬ with commercial traveler who by the way is something of a politician as well and can siz up a situation about correct has been all over tho Fourth Congres ionol District and lo writes this interest Â¬ ing letter to the Marion Falcon Glasoow Junction July 28 1894 As to the Hon 1 LiuronFAicoN It Murray gaining ground dally is a fact indisputable Certainly he is a forciblo speaker and a man full of magnetism drawing closo to him friends who will adhere to him strongly all through life As a matter of course Mr Montgomerys friends think it is a great sin and a piece of stupendous impudence on the part of Mr Murray ever thinking of opposing a man who is a banker out of debt and lias tho money to throw away besides his son is tho cashier of the bank and can throw away money at will but tbo battle is not always to the strong but often tho true win Mr Montgomery has fallen far below par and his stock is begging buyers or sellers Having disappointed tho people of his district his heretofore warmest supporters declare a change is Inevitable and must come His excuse for not dis Â¬ charging his duties islliinsiuilas he says peoplo should not blamo him for what Congress or Senate will not do is a song sung so often that now there is no tune for it the fact is the result is all the same At Lebanon Junction every man I conversed with was a Murray man and Bullitt county would go for him same opinion at Colcsburg At Elizabcthtown I was surprised not to find every man a Montgomery man The excitement is not so high and as far as I could ascertain no ono could get a bet over 50 on Mr Montgomery Votes were counted and on the street running down from the courthouse to the depot 48 wero for Murray and 20 for Mont Â¬ gomery The probabilities are that Elizabethtown will go for Montgomery by a very small majority if at all Hod genville Rowlett and Sonora are for Murray At Upton the county lino be Â¬ tween Hardin and Larue runs through the town and a quarter of a mllo below Hart comes in Here Mr Murray will speak in a few days and draw a large concomso of people from each county At Uncle Alexs old homo whero be Aas raised recently ho visited thero got a negro band for an escort and spoko to a small crowd but so loud and constant wero the yells for Murray that Mr Montgomery was not permitted to speak over fifteen minutes Ho being on tbo Ways and Means Committee and a com- Â¬ mitteeman on fiee trade matters are becoming so seriouB notwithstanding his presence is absolutely needed at Washington ho is now at home to atÂ¬ tend to personal matters He has no easy horse to rldo if he is a good ridor Murray way be a little behind but will reach there in tbo long stretch As far as can be learned and tbo people con- Â¬ tinue in the samo mind as thoy aro now in tho following counties may bo safely conceded to Murray Bullitt Nelson Grayson Breckinridge Ohio Marion Taylor Washington and perhaps Larue leaving Montgomery with a small ma- Â¬ jority in Hardin Hart and Meade Green it is thought will go for Murray Should Mr Murray get tho eight counties it will certainly send him to Congress He is a fine organizer and has the best of lieuten- Â¬ ants He is truo and courageous a per- Â¬ fect gentleman and honest and should ho bo dofeated this time which he will not be he will havo made a host of friends that will call him out again The people did not seem to know that Mr Montgomery drew large money for absent days when he was in the Senate of Kentucky or in Congress and put it in bis coffers and that neither Mont gomery or Ben Johnson aro the dictators for the district I will now closo by giv- Â¬ ing three cheers for D R Murray Annex A Denver a tolegraph operator at the It is not very diillcult to Southern avoid thcmand it does not happen often but sometimes a dispatch will get bulled by getting mixed up with another A country operator went on as an extra to tako tho associated press report Ho had boosted of his experience and ability until it was supposed that ho was way up as an operator His first night was a heavy one and the wires wero rushed Ho got rattled and two dispatclies one of u shipwreck and tbo other of a noted wedding read Ono of tho largest and most fashionable assemblages ever gath ered in this city awaited tho coming of tho bride Tho first seen of her was as she hoved to off Sandy Hook floating tho signal of distress As she camo up tho aisle with her stack already gone and drifting helplessly the great organ pealed forth the strains of Mendelssohns wedding march the cannon boomed and the helpless peoplo wrung their hands while strong men wept as sho approach- Â¬ ed her doom Sho was accompanied by twelve bridesmaids and tho frightened crow seeing no hope if they stayed witli her dropped into tho sea and battled witli tho waves Tlio impressive air of Lohengrin was played as she struck upon tlio chancel beautifully decorated with rare exotics and went down amid tho shrieks of tlio dying Tlio bodies will probably be washed ashoro with to- Â¬ morrows tide and tlio people dispersed delighted with tho completeness of detail tho beauty and artisticconceptlon which marked every feature of the St Louis Republic happy event Â¬ Whilo Republicans Aro Running tho Louisvlllo Rovonuo CoOffice Â¬ bONT ACCEPT IMITATIONS TH6 PROCTER 99o PURE I llectors DEMOCRATS a GAMULE CO CINTI ARE IGNORED SiiEiitKRDsvniB Ky July 28 Oh Editor or Tin News Head us some Â¬ body Goldam our souls were comln iu spito of Montgomerys mint of money and Ben Johnsons army of Republican gaugers Bullitt is only a small pig pen of a couuty but tilings are getting hot here on a small scalo of course and David It Murray tho gentleman from Cloverport is a snakin in tlio votes both comiu and gwlno Tho press generally speaking would have tho peoplo of the district believe Montgom Â¬ ery lias a cinch on the county of Bullitt and well tho autocrat from Elizabcthtown did havo a little showing here until bis yes his collector Bennio Johnson pushed asido 109 Democratic applicants for storekeepers and gaugers and appointed in their stead some ene Â¬ mies of Democracy and violent Haunters of tho bloody shiit Who is it that will 1 o R I I BEATS THEM ALL Just for fun Mens socks 3c Ladies Tun Shoes for 03c w orth Ladies Fine Slippers for 1 00 worth One Lot Children Slippers for 19c worth One Lot Bahy Shoes for 10c w orth Ladies Vests for Cc worth Ladies Vests for He worth Ladies VesU Lislo thread for 10c worth w E 75c 35c 15c 35c 50c a pair G f i 00 2 00 T N A H A V O R E S F HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS HBHBMBBaHnaaaiHMMBgBgiMBHBHBHBnHBH One Lot Lnkies Whito Ap ons for 10c worth Wool Challie desirable patterns for lOo worth One Lot ShepherdH plild Cotton Worsted for 7Jc 25c 25c o O T H E V A L R 20c VY ry T J Ague Cure never fails to neu- Â¬ from Georgia tralize tho poisons of malaria and Tliis neck of the woods is for Murray eradicate them from the system This suro Wo mean by tho term preparation is purely vegetable contains Bullitt is for Murray no harmful ingredients and if taken Nelson is for Murray according to directions is warranted to Washington is lor Murray Ayers stand up and swear these Republican appointments wero made without Mont gomerys knowledgo and sanction Alex has a cinch on Ben and what Alex says Ben docs so docs Bens storekeep- Â¬ ers and gaugers The Democrats of tills county wanted Mills for Speaker four years ago but Alexander Benjamin Montgomery didnt need Mills iu his business and voted againsttheBciitiment of liis constituents for thoparty-disorgan-iz- worth Ono Lot Dark I Mulls for 3 Ic 10c worth 20c E Remnants Calico yard E GEO YEAKEL CO T Brandenburg Ky Y euro fever and ague Try it IN THIS COUNTY valley excepting storekeepers and postÂ¬ masters who has in his make up stupid Â¬ FOR THE SALE ing at tills place ity enough to bo gulled into voting for OF THE Tho trustees of this placo want to en Â¬ Montgomery tho man who bo damed gage a good teacher Green River instead of darning it tlio Mr M A Myers of Louisville spent largest pair of stogy boots in tlio Fourth district ought to riso up in judgement Sunday at this placo Charlton and David Ditto visited in against him and kick him into tlio yawn- Â¬ ing abyss of oblivion Cloverport last week Watch Murrays majority in Bullitt M Phillips of Chicago is visiting J Democrat relatives ut this place Miss Daisy Richards of Warsaw is vis During the dog day season the drain iting Miss Kellio McGehce of nervous and vital energy may bo Quality Purity Mr Andrew Carrlco of near Garrett counteracted by the use of Ayers Sarsa parilla Iu purifying tlio blood it acts visited at this place last week Unexcelled Becom mend Â¬ Miss Nellio Fousheo of Newton Kans as a superb corrective and tonic and ed hy leading physi- Â¬ enables tho system to defy malarial and is visiting Miss Ella Hendrlck cians other climate influences Mr G W Brown of Irvington spout Sunday with Miss Mattlo McGohee The Meanest of Them ch Stuart Young and a friend of Louis- Â¬ A man may use a wart on tho back of Wholesale nnd HcUll Diuegists ville spent Sunday at Mr W M Dittos his neck for a collar button ride on the BRANDENBURG KY Miss Nellie McGcheo who has been back coach of a train to savo the interest visiting in Cincinnati returned homo of his money until the conductor comes Monday night around stop his watch at night to savo Miss Ella Hendrick spent several days tlio wear and tear leave Ids i and t DANIEL BR00K3 last week with her aunt Mrs Joo Hen- Â¬ without a dot or cro33 to save ink pas J O BOURNE J M HAKPER ture his mothers grave to save com but drick near Guston Mr J II Sullivan of Louisvlllo spent a man of this kind is a gentleman and Sunday with bis family who aro visit- Â¬ scholar compared to a fellow who will BOURNE CO BROOKS take a newspaper two or three years and ing Mrs W L Dooloy when asked to pay for it put it in the Meudames Jeremiah Cherry and Tom ofllco and have it marked refused Tear of Brandenburg spent Wednes Â¬ Bill Nye day with Mrs A J Bickerstaff Mr Kortoy Black who has been visit tAb Ufc jJt CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP lug bis grand mother Mrs Agues Rick Â¬ etts and a particular friend has returned to his homo in Louisville BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILl KY Miss Peggy Ditto who has been visit Â¬ SARSAPARILLA ing hor sister Mrs Rees near Columbus TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT Ohio is expected homo this week Her BOWLING GREEN SOUTHERN sister Mrs Roes will accompany her home to spend the mouth of August LONG BRANCH Meado is for Murray and and Hardin is for Murray Any gentleman of tho Green River 11 WE ARE SOLE AGENTS Hugh Phillips of Owensboro Is visit- Â¬ and W in evii q-ottg-- i Â¬ HARPER Commission Salesmen of Live Stock ITBA TS Mr J C Boswell one of tho best known and most respect d citizens of Brownwood Texas suffered with di Â¬ arrhoea for a long timo and tried many different remedies without benefit Colic Cholera until Chamberlains and Diarrhea Remedy was used that relieved him at once For salo by A R Fisher and Clovorport Ky BEST BLOOD PURIFIER Kincbeloe Meador A Co Hardinsburg in the world It cures Nervounes Dys Ky pepsia Sick Headache Dolls Tetter Scrof- Â¬ Â¬ tei TAT PEOPLE BusiQGSs COWLING Iloolc College I foamMemA ud J7 AE8TABUSHED COLLEGE 1078 BSHNI HIHIII1 GREEN BUSINESS any time bend for catalogue tSr Montloa Course dsslred Teachers Theirreat Business Tolnlng School ot the South I English Scientific and Classic Music Art anil Klocutlon provided Keeplnj bliort lund Telegraphy Type 1 Courses Writing and Penmanship Pupils can enter at I for Low rates of board and tuition send lor I catalogue Address OHEBBY SOUTHERN NORMAL SCHOOL BEOS Propn Bowling Oreen Ky l l EVA 2V PtR DAY RATES The most centrally located Hotel In tho city plftoe Mim Annie AdkiMon of Louisville is YfeiUng the Misses Miller Wtw Nfellie Grant wm the guwt of Miss Lna Brown last ffefunky Mru Jact Mttigly wlro had been 4 vMting her mother returned home last Saturday morning Mif Brniy Gillilatd is the guest of Mm JMk Haltingly M and Mrs VwUr BrttwaWid of fawtwill mm Um gMNta of Uwir bw t ill Utar Mm NUoa Joiiy wk hi with bUttotM tovw MkMtUt JtmUuiiim HdUurt- M mmjkmm of KtasM QUI NMl they have wiual kto eagth1 and efflcaey Youll Hud what yeu want la tluw llttlu liter nilU at Dr Theyre wit up la prjerce ra better way and they art la m uviMT war ituuj hug oldiuirioiiedpllb What TOH U out of mutt wbea youre grumpy thick headed I grW ald take a Kkwtiiy Tie w of life k these Pellet to elearwi yew system and start yevr liver Wck into healthful action Seadacbe Uilloue Beadaehe liHHceetlou Bil toue Attacks1 aad 2H deraaoc- wattle at Mm Mwr rtotneuh and bowel are prevented re-- NiuUt buportaut jxiiut to provided Tjr jr lWuin lluituuit FUU come VrLm you tulv ft plU its oa irMt--vuu harnietleally sealed ami Imve them sTedadcM d TWt mtutmnmnefr your - moos I nkwaseL T atJtaflji yaja fat rsrjs m Is Utim M fcv Robt Froze of Fells of Rough visited Cloverport Ky friondsat Axtel last Sunday what I can learn and hear it is tPJBEDY attd XASTINQ RESULTS From Hurrah for Murray in this section IM No Mrs Ben Hinton and daughter Mlttle 6Mt Hurt lacoortnltnc Simp1 1 let stay 1 AMOLVTILT 71 IMU visited relatives in the Forks of Rough from uy injurious substance T UNI AJMlffsW UHHO last Sunday W SUsHANTEE a CUflEMH fW hi MM irlea SSSOOnarl otti 8MNJ 4C ISflfSIM Mr Robt Rhodes of McDauielo was fKJIMONT mjco 1UAX jo jsottea Mi up about Kirk last Sunday visiting MOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITY friends Mr Chess Rhodes was the guest of bis aunt Mrs Nancy Alva of Gleinleano last Sunday Ifetlet Mr Charles Bennett and wife were tlio The BreeketiridM County Teaahera gvteeU of Mr W R Lewis at the Falk of WHITES Institute will be bald in llardiabwK Ueuglf last Sunday Ky bofilniiiiMr AHfWet X 18ttl and soh Mr Jaaaee 0 Mattingly ami ltk slater tin ill ug Ave days The law require all teachers awl those wlw expect to teaeh Uim Mary of Axtel attd Mies Laura 2 during tuia aebool year to aUesd the Jiltedee of Irviajjtwi we the gueet of YKAUt FOR S all WORM 5 full Urn Trustees are required to aotlfy all Mr Yf T Canaan laet fttwlay JIYttY BOTTLE UAIAitTW2 tboje who expect to team teaebem wejathag oittotiioe ami Ammww PaiaKKu Sua The success of Mrs Annie M Beam ol McKeesport Pennsylvania in the treat Â¬ ment of diarrhoea in bor children will undoubtedly bo of interest to many I spent sevoral mothers She says weeks in Johnstown Pa after the great flood on account of my husband being employed there Wo bad several chil Â¬ dren with us two of them took tbo dlarrhwa very badly I got some of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di Â¬ arrhoea Remedy from Rev Mr Chapman It cured both of thorn I knew of sever-Â¬ al other cases whore it was equally successful I think it cannotbe excelled 25 and and cheerfully recommend it 60 eent bottles for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky and Klneholoe Meador Co Hardiusburg Ky AXTEL ula ami every trouble arising from had blood Try it and be sure to get Neat For sale by A R FISHER Druggist J JOHNSON TSBfe8 joUISVfLLE Ky I v A WORMS MEW f 1 9 - i I VERMIFUGE ao Huld Rmil - Try Cabbages SQcShirt TiS ft Kttt v al Drtritf i iMMMgOiMBMsssssssssBsss aM sTiVJ 4 i m TT- - Wjiaimig - w - - i THE BRROKHflRIDGR NRWS OLOYRRPORt KY Breckenridge News D VQ r ir li 4 fit v f w ington vote do nothing koep his mouth shut Raw wood and then como homo Great Blacks of letters of which the W TIME TABLE LH and ask the people to re olect on his re- Â¬ 1111 following is a truo copy have been sent OOIXO WIST cord of absolutely nothing except his WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1 1891 Into parts of tho Fourth Congressional Paiisnger Dally arr Ilardlnibargl2it2 pm ways and meanness noma east District wheio tho slick Congressman Bnbicrlptlon Price tl00 Tent In Adrance Did ho out keep his promises made to thinks that ho can still Ho and deceive Passenger Dally arr llardlnsburg- - 7t40 am Our Other Elizabothtown CorrosIf Paid at the End of the Year 125 No indeed the pcoplo politicians tho people rospondont Turns Alex never do and still ho has the impudonre IOR COMJUUSX Mr 1 II Severs was hero last Thurs- Â¬ House of Ilepretentatlvc tl S Washington 1 to again try to enjolo tho pcoplo into his D L July J4 iS Dear Sirj Duty to my con day AIT K are authorised to Announce A lliMONT Right Sido Out tltutenU the country and the Democratic party YY CSCJMKIIY at a candidate for Congress re election and among his many flatter- Â¬ I stay at my pott here and a Mrs Wm Beard is improving grada subject to the action of the Democratic larty In demands that ies lie resorts to tho old silver dodge of the Primary Ulectlon to be held on the 4th day member of the Tariff Conlerence Committee ually Ml fight lor the relief of the people from burden ol August i8y 189J which hn failed to keep and here tome tarlfl law While I am doing this a can Miss Ola May Adklsson is visiting at they are misleading no baits vass of misrepresentation Is being made agilnst Advertise Tho Pooplo Can Look Upon Ills is his legislative record to prove it He TK are authorUed to announce HAVtll II We believe in plain business methods to If MUUIIAYof IlrecHentidge county at a inc at home which I feel sure will not mt vnur Webster B Buzby will come homo to Democrats voted for tho unconditional repeal of the candidate for Congress subject to tile action ol approval and tint the fair minded not see you of Mr J give eacli and every patron equal value Record and Judge for me district will resent As I can in the Democratic Party In the lrimaty Klectlon Sherman Silver Art but did it give tho person I write to ask your vote and Influence at tho primary to be held on the 4th day of August tSf the primary on Aug 4th If you feel Interest Themselves He then voted for people any relief Mrs G 1 Jolly has been quito ill for enough to write me what my chances are In your section 1 will greatly appreciate It the Bland Silver Bill which he knew soveral days Yours truly from a gold bug stand point would be Mr Jesso Whitwortli went to Irving A II Montgomery WHAT AUK WE GOING TO DO vetoed by Grover Cleveland and when CRACKS IT TO SOMMERS Now the truth of tho matter is Alex ton Monday the Bland Bill came up to coin the Seign Â¬ ABOUT ITt Mr B F Beard is at French Iick Montgomery was not in Washington at iorage he was still found to ho playing my post fighting for tho relief of the Springs Ind with the gold bugs although ho knew The candidates went to Elders spring In a recent debate between Mr Mont-Â¬ pcoplo from burdensomo tarift taxes r Euzaiietiitown Kv July 28 1894 You think that is the proper way for an thero would bo left in tho vaults of the gomery and Mr Murray Montgomery when tills letter was written but on last Saturday BuncKENitiiKiE New sTlio following will laotlng What honest rtllablo merchant Treasury at Washington 55150081 to Mr Frank Waldo went to Bewieyvillo speaks for itself advantage can a dealer attain who habitual claimed that Murray bad taken advan Â¬ July 21 1891 ho was down at Hartford remain idlo to tho detriment of the busi Â¬ last Saturday ly deceives Tlie llreckenrlde News ol this week con- Â¬ tage of him in coming into Hardin coun- Â¬ in Ohio county debating witli tho Hon Claud Mercer camo homo Monday tains an anonymous communication dated from ness men and farmers of tho country David It Murray and ho had been in KlUabethtown which Is very abusive of Judge until tho cry Is going up all over tho land ty during bis absenco to which Mr tho district for more than a week before from Washington City H has two references to the asking why Mr Carlisle was forced to Miss Lucy t ay who has been ill for Montgomery Murray replied You can go spend the camping on Murrays trial to say noth- Â¬ rHllzabethtown News both of which are untrue issue 50000000 worth of extra gold some time Is improving It states that the News published a speech ol remainder of your time from now until ing about tho canvass that ho in ail 0 in bearing bonds for the people to pay at Miss Monarch of Owensboro is visit- Â¬ Judge Montgomerys ndtocatlng Hill for Presi the 4th of August in Breckenridge cou- Â¬ tho upper counties tlireo weeks before ing Miss Mury Bowmer dent No such speech was eer published and some future time Bight on tho heels Now in honest candor reader that certain knowledge no such speech ntymy county and I will not bo afraid Mr and Mrs Judgo Milton Board went to ourmade Judge Montgomery never was was of this tho Ellzabethtown News ono of who is it that is conducting a canvass ever for as Montgomerys mouth pieces against of you taking a single vote from me Hill for President It also states that the News of misrepresentation Think of a great out to Mount Aon Sunday MrsW B Sneed is visiting her fathers and Independent are publishing paid for praises Davo Murray and the people comes out Us that wo handle tho finest grades of goods ltreckenridge county pcoplowhat does big Congressman who openly boasts of of Montgomery in an editorial on the Otli of April 1894 reliable Mens Boys and Childrens Shoes As far as the NeWs Is concernfamily in Eastern Kentucky Wo bco by this that our sitting next tho throuo of Crisp getting this teach us and wo always aim to be tho Lowkht in Mrs J A Witt has returned homo ed not a single line that has appeared In this predicting that it would not be a great 1niCES paper in reference to Judge Montgomerys can countyraan has confidence in us Ho down to so small a thing as writing a from her visit to Meade county calamity to the Democratic party if tho dacy Is paid or to be paid lor and It has been delibcrato falsehood to his constituents loves and trusts his homo people and Republicans would elect a majority in Â¬ The board of trustees will meet in reg- published gratuitously and without solicitation that lie might again deceive thein Into We trust our anonymous friend will confine Congress next November pins his faitlt on this rock Ho has gone voting for him and thereby retaining ular session next Tuesday night For shame Alex Montgomery if you A new brick pavement is going down himself to the truth in his reference to this out single handed and alone faced the him in Congress one more term If he paperln the future are the pure statesman you claim to be on main street near tho stono cornor Well Mr Ellzibethtown News when why enemy among strangers with not a friend will try to deceive you in small things did you go over to tho gold hugs Mrs Susan Alexander of ouster is a boy tho writer of that communication Well may you squirm and from home or a familiar faco to stand by what might he not do in larger things flinch when hero visiting her sou John Alexander you alluded to often heard and still his side and give him encouragement Mrs Dillon arrived Sunday from hoars that whenever a Ho is told on a Murray gets hold of you on the stump Tins BitKCKENitiixiK News is giving for In your secret selfish cold heart you He has fought the battle over the twelve Hon David It Murray splendid stippoit Indiana to visit her son Patrick Dillon Gents Furnishings we liandlo only reliablo fellow thero is seldom any fuss made for Congress know that your Legislative work was Tho Shirts Underwear Gloves Half Hose Ties Every Democrat should put in a voto remaining counties making from ono to in his race best papers published News is tho stinking little truths and is oppressive to the poor but whenever one of the Collars Cuds Etc in Kenfor his countyman D It Mur- Â¬ are told tho aii becomes cyclonic with tlireo speeches a day and traveling hun- Â¬ tucky clean in toncck an in typography Saturday Truo greatness never had to bo adver- Â¬ ray loyal in its friendships Mur- Â¬ Gratuitously why certainly denials dreds of miles Everywhere ho has and is fortunate in having suchMr homo tised to make itself known and I want Mr Estell E Sutton w ho was visiting ray a every body knows a publisher can run to pay right to Mr Sommers been received with open arms by the organ Owensboro Inquirer that Davo here last week has returned to Ixmis ids paper that way and live Well yes Murray if elected will never glvo mo a Tho News appreciates this compliment ville people and his canvass has been one of course tho truth hurts you and secretaryship for my friendliness towards Tho Hardiusburg nine should coino off continuous ovation Now what are wo and it will add that when it is for a man it believes in being for him with all its the field until tliev learn how to play Montgomery and that is just the reason him and I wonder if tho store keepers Breckenridge county people going to do that the truth was used instead of a lio might when it is not for a man it be- Â¬ ball and guagers think that they are not Now the fact is if any ono fails to con- Â¬ Dave Murray trusts in us be lieves in being for tho otiier man with about it paid for working for Montgomery The Mr Ernest Henderson of Bewleyville cur with tho Editor of News upon any News has a right to do as Are to frequently resorted to by some but causo ho loves his home people and be- Â¬ all its might la Mr Murray it recogit ploases and was here last week on tho hunt of stock wo maintain our old honest methods that question that man or woman is not in- Â¬ so have as long as tell tho and I they entertain the same kind- Â¬ nizes tho ideal cultured gentleman and hogs I lieves that truth havo stood the test of thirty fivo years with formed or else dealing in untruths for I will leave tho readers of tho Brecken Â¬ you and are hero still Rev S K Breeding will begin a meet- Â¬ ly feeling towards him Are wo going has enough faith in his honor and ability tills Editor is greatly pleased with him- Â¬ ridge News to judgo of to bclievo that he will make the ideal ing at Ephesus when he closes at Mount that and not Col to betray tho trust ho reposes in us self and takes pride in posing as a mascot statesman he who will have the wel- Â¬ Sommers ion upon all issues From every nook and corner of tho fare of his country and his people ever Besides the above charges tho Murray Keep up with the times and follow tho Before the last Presidential election Fourth Cougrcssional District through at heart and will not pander to the close buyers to T C Lewis men of this county havo it in for Mont Co the this paper came out boldly for Senator gemery and his friends for not giving a Murray men who aro stanch and true interests of a few gold bug monopolists jewelers Hill for the Democratic nomination but fair divide as to tho ofllcors of the pri- Â¬ There will be a moonlight picnic nt tho cheering words come up Stand fast to the detriment of tho many millions of honest hard working American citizens Antioch church Saturday night Every Â¬ recently Hill did not consult the News mary election on the 4th of next month old Bieckenridgo do your part and we relative to his position on tho Wilson Tho Murray mon can see through this body is invited Bill so its Editor at once began to conv will elect your countyman to Congress Ty w packing scheme and demand their rights We sell jewelery watches clocks and The Louisvilles Collectors office is demn and abuBO him long and loud but for a poll of this town was taken very Aro wo going to do it 7 Are we going to turned into a political machine to try to any kind of a musicsl instrument T C in the last issuo of his powerful sheet recently and it shows that out of the 250 if defeat Davo Murray Ben Johnson Is Lewis Co have it said after this election he takes the back track in the following Democratic votes that Murray has a safe ltevs W B Sneed and It B Cox aro editorial Dave Murrays homo people had come down in Nelson county G us Richardson majority of ten votes This speaks loud- Â¬ Senator David II Hill Is standing squarely on their society Goand you w ill not regret to tho younger children and companion up and voted for him ho would have his chief clerk is in Meade while all tho at Mount ion assisting lie v Breeding store keepers and gangers aro at their in his meeting the Chicago platform on the tarlfl question and ly for Alex Montgomerys greatness it I do assure ou as well as daughter to her father Sho been elected if ho should happen to bo respective homes csng tho lash for coming from his home town and tho M id summer low price jowelery he Is the only Democratic Senator who Is Miss Mary Vanclevc accompanied by leaves two young children never to Now this little squib was seen in tho Murray men all over tho district are defeated Montgomery All this w Idle the revenue watches clocks and musical goods T Leba- Â¬ know and realize a mothers love Her Globe Democrat just 0 week before It appealed to to stand firm and solid with Miss May Dee Iusey returned to All over this district Murrays friends office is not being run by extra Demo- Â¬ C Lew is Co brothers were with her in tho last mo- Â¬ was published in tho News co workers in this town and county non Ky last Thursday where Mary So you seo their Circuit Clerk It S Skilimau was away are fighting day and night against ring cratic force but by reinstated Republi- Â¬ ments and to them and the father and how consistent this worthy gratuitous and vote in mass for David It Murray will spend two weeks politicians government store keepers cans who wero turned out a few months a few das laU week on a visit to his son Editor can be and is Six brothers with their families from sisters wo all extend sympathy But you seo Hill and tho rights of tho peoplo X X X in Grayson couuty ago People of tho Fourth CongressionAlthough society is gay just now Mr gangers and postmasters for his success al Distaict does Ben Johnson and his Tennesseo purporting to be horso trail Miss Colgan of Louisville who lias made a Bpecch defending Grover Clove ers have pitched their tents on tho Ind- Â¬ Rose our Episcoplcal minister had a BRANDENBURG Aro wo going to gang carry their respective neighbor- Â¬ been visiting the Misses Smith will land who wrote a letter defending Alex What are wo doing good house at each sorvico and most ex- Â¬ iana slioro opposite hero Montgomery Crisp and Company and fold our hands ami sit down and let tho hoods in their vest pockets that they return homo to day Skiff parties aro quite tho fad that sugar coated inulo they refuse to Bro I lagan assisted by Bro Hunt of cellent attention which speaks volumes Mr Jeesd Miller of Sample was hero bravo and truo Murray men in other can hold you out and barter you oil at swallow in Sommers opinion will not Mrs Rhodes is still improving Louisville will begin a protracted meet Â¬ ever for a community Mr Rose gave parts of tho district fight tho battle their pleasure for their own self agran last week and was appointed deputy ing in tho Baptist church next Monday us great spiritual consolation In the Will Grinnell has been right sick hurt Alexander 0 no David B Hill is Ieoplo of Breck- Â¬ County Clerk for ins town dizement and profit series of sermons and imparled many through single handed to success or go enridge county people of tho Union Mr Fred Meador came in last Satur Â¬ night All are cordially invited Mr Ben T Miller Kirk was in town no longer a Benedict Arnold or a Judas beautiful wholesome truths Bro down in ignominious defeat because of Star Magisterial District aro you to be last Saturday Mr Miller will not stand Iscariot The News has always been for day Why can we not have the same ex- Â¬ Cherry and his congregation showed the politicians and is still freezing to tho No A sold by a Bardstown gambler that Dave for re election as magistrate Hon Cbapeza Wathen was hero Sun- Â¬ cellent music and singing for our own our cowardico or indifference every courtsey for which we return sin- Â¬ Judge Mercer went to Brandenburg tail end and every man knows how day minister here and at each service that thousand times no Tho Biieckkxriihik Murray your own countyman your cere thanks Mrs D W Lewis presid Â¬ who lias personally favored Monday 10 me speaking lie reports a truthful those gentleman aro during Miss Agnes Worland is visiting in Con- Â¬ we had last Sunday Singing ia one half ed at the organ News has too much confidence in the friend a man rendering such music as and benefited many of you may bo de- Â¬ large crowd there and Murray gaining elections the service cordia only a musician can bring forth The patriotic people of Breckenridge county feated for Congress and Alex Mont- Â¬ friends It hasnt been long since the News Mrs C G Moremen gave a dance last choir assisted by Hugh Ditto is homo for a visit fioin Mrs J W Itichard to believe any such thing The News gomery the man who lias deceived you A young man named Fraizer was was teeming with the merited praises of Wednesnay night to her sons Charlie son sang in ito sweetest Owensboro chords Tho brought here from Glendeano last week tho poor unfortunate Thomas Itobertson believes that every true Ilreckcnridgo all may be re elected Little Lena Novitt has for her guest and Bob who are home for a visit communion service was impressive lodged in jail on tho cliargo of grand and condemning Alex Montgomery but and county man will stand by the tide of Bodonstadt was on hand and a pleasant a Kinsman of Tom just informed me her cousin The boys in town are twitting Reuben larceny evening was tho vordict tho son of her soil We all recognize in Miller on every corner about tho ROSETTA Mrs Zollman returned to New Albany If you have a watch that is not keep that Sam Itobertson now deceased paid Mrs Hawes Wilson sister-in-laof Dave Murray not only a ilreckcnridgo News for services rendered in that last Saturday raking Judgo Board gave him out at ing good time bring it to us and let us tho Sparrel Kasoy will run 0 AV Kaseys Mrs D W Lewis writes from London county man a brother a friend a com- Â¬ Elders Spring lost Saturday Iteuben put it in good running order T C race But during tins race Montgomery Little Marietta Baruett has returned England of her safo arrival aud tho deÂ¬ saw mill looks wise and mad and says Lewis imported a press called the Hardin coun- Â¬ to Vino Grove Co panion who would sited his lifes blood sits still lights of the trip Site will spend a part Dry weather has nearly killed tho nothing It is very evideut that when Mitchel Meyer and wife Harned ac- Â¬ ty Messenger with Ed Colgan as its for ids friends but wo can see in him n W Lewis is out after quite a spell of the wedding trip in Tans France blackberry crop by Mrs Tulius Loeb of editor aud using that gentleman as a of P they next meet on tho stump Iteuben companied indisposition man far superior to tho man who opposes will bo loaded and therell be some lively Ixmisville wero hero lost week visiting mouthpiece he called the Editor of rs Letitla Wilson of Pinkneyvlllo Jesse Trent Custer was Miss Addio tho Mr Leo Meyer Miss Cora Neafus is visiting her cou- Â¬ 111 has joined her sister Mrs Judge Brocks guest him Morally ho is Alox Montgomerys word shooting News an interloper and evory diabol- Â¬ Sunday Mr James Meador who had his leg Stuart here and thoy will remain some ical name in tho political calendar sin Miss Euia Neafus equal if not Ids superior in any resjMjet Jordan Carlton Hardin county is vis Â¬ Mukuay has a host of friends in amputated some time ago died in this accusing him of being directly Dave Mrs John Hardin is vory low and her time for a visit to their brothers iting his cousin or indi- Â¬ Mr Meador leaveB a Rice of this place intellectually ho is positively his super- Â¬ Meade Tlioy aro working friends tried place last week Judgo 0 0 and Mr James Falrleigh death may occur at any hour wife and several children rectly untruthful C II Drury Bewleyville spent Mon ior in every respect To seenro his elec- Â¬ and truo They aro for him because Judge Adkiason recoived information D W Falrleigh and little daughter But as time waged the breach was Mr Barnett of Leavenworth was hero day in our town transacting official tion evory Democrat in Breckenridge thoy love him and have faith in his abil- Â¬ by letter a few days ago that his brother-in-la- healed and Alex in lilsmagnonhnlty last week and I suppose he too came to business Florence wero hero last Sunday S G Miller of Gentry county county wants to bo up and stirring ity to represent them They are not gave Col Sommers of tho News a fat discuss tariff the dead lock in the Capi- Â¬ Littlo Herroon and Itoy Dowden are 0 W Kasoy will not movo his mill na bought with fair promises of reward in Mo had committed suicide Every man wants to get out to tho polls Squire Martin of Big Spring locality ofiico at Washington City and bo goes in Louisville to visit their grand mother tal City etc anyhow lie looks as pleased soon as expected as the future They are rallying around unforseen division the pauoiama oven to this day with tho as if the almlglity questions wore settled next Saturday thu tth of August and him with no motives other than those went to Louisville Monday Tho Squiro Mrs Henry Harrington and children troubles have arisen reports considerable drouth in his sec- Â¬ sunlight of gratuouslty shining have had a pleasant visit to GaruetU Mrs Warmoth an aged Individual seo that Dave Murray is benefited by that bind truo friends to each other A protracted meeting is in progress at tion No rain since the 22d of June through the old cracks But when Alex died last week after a lingering Illness A vote for Murray your having come The Epworth League gave an enter- Â¬ had done with Colgan that gentleman villo Drs Pusoy Martille Wells J P Shack Bethel church conducted by Beys Next Saturday there will bo primary tainment at Mr It A Smiths lost night removed to Mrs Julia Ditto Reese and Miss Peg Â¬ WashSt Clair and Geo Morris is not only a vote for justice a vote for Iinoville on another boom elections in the First and Fourth Con- Â¬ One of the principal features of the even- Â¬ gy Ditto will arrlvo this week from lett Willett and Henry Shackiett held a But what the people of tho land want Mr and Mrs Hiram Carlton have re Â¬ ing exercises was a cake walk A small tho people against monopolistic political gressional districts post mortem and decided that deceased It is reasonably to kuow in this district is why a few Ohio turned from Hardin countv wimm timv camo to death from stomach trouble rings but it is a vote for your county n certain that Murray will win In tho admission was charged MlssSallio Murray of Cloverport is W W Vessols received information a great Congressman liko our Alex can The Hon David It Murray will I havo been visiting Mr Carltons brqther vote for your homo a vote for your own Fourth and thero is no doubt concerning few days ago that ho would get an asÂ¬ meet at Washington and repudiate the spending a week or two with tho Misses hope Mrs Abe Gross baa n tho result in tho First where Stono will signment in the revenue service ono day be greeted by a large audience family and your own fireside In tho Lewis The third leg being at the this week Tho primary will bo held Democratic platform given them at here and I ulso hope every friend lie has chicken succeed himself Owcnsboro Inquirer name of all these tho Biikckknkiixik Not a single plank of Mrs Homy Parmelo Mrs McSarloy is hustling for him Saturday and hu may not go until after Chicago in 1812 Mr James Lewis right hand knee Joint and as perfect as tliis platform can be broken with impun- Â¬ and daughter of Louisville are at Mrs WkIiuvo very great faith In Meado mat Nkh s appeals to the people of Ilreckcn Â¬ says that Mr Montgomerys majority in the two natural legs Tho llardlnsburg base ball nine have ity by any man or set of men in Congress Fannie Dittos ridgo couuty and this is tho last appeal county Thero is not a man in the Meade will be small if a majority ai all The dance proved quito a nico little county but that knows Davo Murray and been discussing ways and means for a Such pledges of the party are inviolate Mr Lum Craycroft has inv sincercst week as to how they can down Clover- 1ot thero bo such a shout go up for Mur- Â¬ Miss Maude Herndon entertained a affair for the country The beet of our is Ills friend I Io Is closo to their hearts Heard trying to and thoso who havo tampered with it sympathy in the sad death of his prom Â¬ few of the young peoplo Frldav nipht neighborhood was thero and all seemed ray from Breckenridge county next Sat Â¬ And our prediction is that when it comes port itBurl for themlias been ho thinks must go so Alex make up your mind too but work out ising son Alex and Misses Nellio and Bertha Lowls had to onjoy themselves urday that the hills and valleys mou- Â¬ to a test thoy will rally to his support to the inevitable for the National Demo- Â¬ hell have to give it up as a bad job Will Falrleigh and his children aro open house for the same party Thursday Soveral from this placo attended the will catch the echo and cratic Conventions must be respected in ntains and plains Til1 WITT dead here His wife Stand up for Davo Murray lies Tip Witt met his death suddenly while Kentucky Thero can be no mitigation join him shortly is in Louisville and will evening Waltzing and music consti Â¬ Bewleyville picnic in the afternoon to Washington that carry tho nowa tute the program for all the gatherings Threatening weather kept quite a feW at your homo boy Hes worthy of your on a visit to Meado county last week for oflbnsivo neglect of the people and Montgomery Is defeated It all depends support Its not because wo lovo Mont- Â¬ Tip got out In bad company and wliilo their rights even If the guilty have been Miss Lena Richardson is spending Somo people are so deficient In man Â¬ home that did intend going What aro wo going to do gomery less but it is becauso we lovo strolling about on anothers premises exalted to a tail end upon us Sparrel Kasey is rusticating at his membership on tho some tlmo with her cousin Miss Eva ners and education that thoy ought to was shot unaware Death was almost Richardson of Ekron icluity Murray more Stand for your homo man Instantaneous about it live in a tent where all men are equal or fathers now for the rest of the summer Miss Alley Witt with Ways and Means Committee of the always Mrs Murray will come with her hus- Â¬ upon a throno where all things aro per He reporta his crop looking flno and be Â¬ whom Tip went In company to Meado Notion couuty was deeply grieved over the sad MuiirtAY made a splendid speech at The ouly trouble with tho Democratic band Mr David Murray and bo the mitted and we would have to follow the ing In flue condition All it needs now With this issito wo begin our new calamity Mlsn Alloy and Tiphad been party guests of Nrs James Falrleigh Brandenburg last Monday Ho had a analytical forma to separate into distinct is rain just now eerie Tho Fucj of Kosonfel It is an close companions for a year or bo and top and just so Is thatastho bottom Is on largeand enthusiastic audience of both long tho peoplo elect Incline Thine Ear was beautifully forms tho soul the heart the mind for Cttrran W Kasoy traded his Hardls the separation was painful so say those Interesting story and no one should fail ladies and gentlemen and his speech had who witnessed it Miss Alley had tried such peoplo as Alexander Brooks Mont- Â¬ given last Sabbath by Mrs J W Rich no oue of hem evor will blend county farm to Mr A B Palmer for an to make au oxaraplery dog oat of Tip gomery our country will bo In a telling effect If he dont carry Meade to read it Satolll has condemned tho liquor eleven horse power sinnm troublo ardson with a full chorus by choir Sho often carried him to Sunday ti county ho will ocaro tho man to death stop the press to thank Master and church and other places forschool up to the waist We He speaks with absolute au Â¬ lie will attach to his circular saw and act Mlse Lida Ilayuea gave a pleasant traffic good does that Sommers and Montgomery aro both in evening last Wednesday Mechanic F J Ferry for helping us out purposes but when he got awav from Waltzing thority on the subject too Millions have at this place Oj course Roeetta hn home he forgot these good influences the Bumo boat paddling along in tho singing playing beguiled of u very deep holo spoken before hhn and It remain tn ia provee who said she the hours you atiy pride In your county or Have didnt and strayed off after a flock of sheep and quiet waters of the bankers with a golden your countyman 7 If so now is the Meedamea Fontaino Toomey Rich Â¬ seen if his condemnation will have any iiro uinuur our pastor preached was Kineu v It Blew Hard oar Both ol them are directors of our to show it Go to tho polls next more efTect In this direction than theirs beet sermon for time ardson and Herndon inatronized a tall v ua he pa Sunday hat Saturday and vote for Murray Tho hardest rain that has fallen in homo banks tho former of the First SETTLE YOUR ACCOUNTS ho party to Sulphur Springe last Mon- - The causo morality and religion will he lias preached during his juuttarfd Cloverport for many a day came yester Â¬ National and the latter of the Bank of cerMuly bo advanced by feeing our charge here Owing to the death of our partner Mr Is you are a Murray man go to tho notwithstanding he wm It seemed to be u per- Â¬ Meador we are compelled to ask all who Ellzabethtown Call the friends of Dave uay churches from all afllllation with the somewhat polla next Saturday and vote Sou that day afternoon disabled from a kick froiii hie MiaseeEva and Maud Herndon and rum traffic fect cloud burst It was also accompan Â¬ are Indebted to the firm of Witt A Murray abusive l you so desire Mr your neighbor doee the same thing 1 horse some two weeks ago Ha ied by a severe wind which did consid Â¬ Meador to come In and settle right away News the sting of the real facta is still Nellie U Lewis are back from a delight- Â¬ hft aa Mrs Shea of whose Ilneaa I 4f appointment for ua ut oclock ful trip to Cloverport Tar Springs and osu wo should have no ballot erable damage the roof woe torn off as I wiM have to collect by law all failing left to tho contrary notwithstanding Suhi tkt tut for mention htet week died at MoatpeKw Sunday In Auguat Wheat or produce ef any todothi books over here in Breckenridge county Oelsea flouring mill ami the gas well kind taken In payment of account or for the people all know in tliia Dhttrlet that Holt Ind inetead of Munoie lust ThHrsday on the 4th of August A whirl wind proved Vary Mr BeH lUehardeea in frowi Chisa Â¬ Mrs Shea derrick standing back of the mill woe Boode Dave la a poor man and Alex U ideati dMetlv mmssss or Katie MeAHliH the tn sa varal parties Th n For the next aixty days I will tell yon fled with the gold huge whilst the go to spewl atmtal weka He is look Â¬ blown acroee the engine room auaaahlpg A Cl el the city of Elizabethtown okUrhHHle he know her WMmred and oompleioly dry Kooda o4ob tutte kaniware boot ftom Hurray tw majority oyer Mont- - the roof in The old wharf hoot eUUag and sltoee at oett ing well ajM rajsoHa itU praepeeta en from Louisville Ioath prying out wait wrecked a hunt mi earlieet infancy among ua and m Jw muk er urvtluoe boyeforl am in slghtand know for me couragJatf on the bank at the lower wharf wm how to chiklir and woman waa loved farhar ds the 1m of Usuiltn Murray badge ww In demand at blown over and aeyenU auada tree were blow Ahm4ta how in thegostieit Mut 10 Ohwtjr pntdm n at Sabbath at oerity aad ainibllltv --- m Vnwdeuburg last Monday wiatui amount rr T kid low in diWwewl parte of the city aititva ItottlKMuery li right mo to WaA- ha tkjw jweflakave wmii uM yoMog t wAhet 1 fcooka beloagiug to t Jt JL Jm W1IBREALEX ftAS AT HARDIN8BURG Bbbg Editor and Frtprletri SHOWS THEM UP 11 n I Â¬ Â¬ i 1 VV V in SIX PAGES DONT w Â¬ Â¬ Believe In Â¬ Â¬ Deceptions VESTS Â¬ Â¬ SsatsSHtssssa i lit Â¬ Â¬ tWnini Â¬ nia u j itZti jTL fc unMAa LadaiMri t S nwf inH1 Mf -- nr t VT tr NEWS 1 Wipr - TT7 JLlli kJ Hl Miwua thi f ut rr irrrftfryil Lgyt BRgCKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY AUuUfaT My Love Oh I love you are false and emit Vou cause itly heart to ache Ami t tlilnV iminv tune nut ngiln that It mutt luril suicly break oner thought love wai n blcsklng 1 1 illil not know Oh I hitve lmrtnl n nail sad lesann hat crutl cruel blow 1 I MM lint oh My love was so handsome and brave Ited llpsas toft as down fabf h d Inrlnif eyos that never lookJ grave Of tin softest sweetest brmvn came to ins with wordi ol love and sweet lie reminds one offt cooing dose Gentle good nnd twtet lie lilt voice to low Y AnJ I billeted he loved me loor thing I wa4sn blind That he did nut love me I could not tte lie spoke In words to Kind For awhile 1 believe he did love me Till another cime between With a beautiful free to lair to tee And he mjde her hit love his imecu Wc were already engaged to be married lie iKl I was oh I ao fair s Itut soon by Ihe other he tarried And praised her golden Imlr He asked from hit prnmlte to be released lilt engagement ring to take lint he should not see that my happinrtt ceased That my heart there and then did break Of course I gave him his promise Hit ring alto he took And so he left mc all alone With never a pitying look The day dawned his weddlg day Oh I how could I bear to tee Hut none shall know whtt I uflVr this day No one not even he He lead her to the altar So beautiful joung and fair And I ting with neve a falter The songs wc often tang together there The wordi are tpoken the it his own He wears Mich n proud glad smile Never thinking nT the young heart that moans Though the pale lips try to hard to mile Ills friends are all wishing him Jo- - sublime I walk proudly his hand to tike And as I My may Hints blessing he tblno My hraif will surtly break And sn I live alone in sorrow lr lying lor the end Kach day I pray that on the morrow iod bis angel of death will send Cloverport Ky May 35 1S91 GREATMEETING The Bowling Green District Conference of the M E Church Meets in This City Full Account Â¬ of tho interesting Proceedings and the Good Work Done THEY GOT HAPPY Tho oitT Kv July 24 18 Green District Conference of the Lexington Conference of M 12 fchurch convened at ABbery Chapel Hov T L Fergu- Tujtfday afternoon BonyP E in chair Devotional exer Â¬ cises wero conducted by tho 1 E by reading tho 2nd ch of 2nd Tim Hymn Prayer was made 798 M E Hymnal by Kev 0 H Pylo Tho conference then joined in n hearty hand shaking Tho P E made somo peitinant re ma ks touching the work of tho confer enco after which 0 T Lewis was elect- Â¬ ed Secretary and AViu A Hinton was J AV chosen Assistant Secretary White was elected Statistical Secretary Ada Moredock was elected critic of con- Â¬ ference She selected J V White as her assistant The following committees wore ap pointed by P E and confirmed by the Cioviiii Bowling Â¬ From sources which are reliable It ap Â¬ pears that Hon David It Murray is leading Hon A 11 Montgomery handsomely for tho Congressional nomination in the Fourth district Our information is that Mr Murrays majoiity in tho several counties will he aboutas follows Green 150 Taylor 300 Nelson 500 Marlon 800 Washington 300 Bullitt 250 Larue 200 Grayson 400 Meade 100 Ohio 300 This leaves ond Breckonrldgo 1000 Hardin and Hart counties for Mr Mont- Â¬ gomery to go to for majorities and ho SECOND DAY EVENING bES3I0N cannot hope for any vote In them to Devotional exercises began with sing Â¬ change the general result This general Â¬ Invocaing hymn 0t M E Hymnal disposition to retire Mr Montgomery re Â¬ tion by Itev W II Pope sults from his action ns a member on the P E introduced tho speaker He silver question nnd his tardiness as n took for a text 1st Epistle of John 2 20 member of the ways and means com- Â¬ Tho sermon was delivered with power mittee in giving to tho country a genu At tho conclusion tho beautiful song ino tariff reform bill The Democrats of Old time religion was sung and tho the Fourth district mean business and unction seemed to 1111 the people demand silver as well as gold fortlie peo- Â¬ A call was made by P E to the sin- Â¬ ple as also a Tariff bill free from protecners and ono eauno forward Many held tion features Mr Montgomery has not up their hands for prayer used his position and influenco for these A collection of 350 was made measures and must therefore give place THlltD DAY to a Democrat who is in touch with his Third days session opened w 1th de- Â¬ party Owensboro Inquirer votional exercises At 9 oclock a m tho remaining pastMr Thomas Batte editor of tho ors made their reports from Princeton Graphic TexarkanaArkansns has found Eddyville Cloverport Auburn Bowling what he believes to bo tho best remedy Green and Mr Grifiin editor of tho in existenco for tho flux His experi- Â¬ Unionist of Owensboro ence U well worth remembering Ho Other business of minor Importance says Last summer I had a very sovero was transacted attack of llux I tried almostovcry known At 110 a m regular business of con- Â¬ remedy nono giving relief Chamber Â¬ ference was suspended and Brother Eli lains Colic Cholera and Diarrluea Board Local P preached an instructive Kemedy was recommended to me I sermon from Jno 1 ch 1 1 vs purchased a bottle and received almost Committee on public worship an- Â¬ Immediato relief I continued to uso tho nounced that Bro Crooks would preach medicine and was entirely cured I take Brother Noel Boll was appointed to pleasure in recommending this remedy preach at 1110 Friday to any person suffering with such a Benediction by Bro Board at 8 oclock disease as n my opinion it is tho best p in 25 and 50 cent medicine in existence Kev Crooks was introduced to the bottles for salo by A It Fisher Clover-Â¬ congregation He took for a text Luke port Ky and Kiucheloc Meador Co lY ch 1 vs Tho brother preached with Hardinsburg Ky power Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nljleiltlltl it Hlletits groat credit Itlld pto lldfinlilllltllllt lilt II r fbr tlit llloCrltt ttohltf of cotti Several brethren mendation touching thu 1 1 report Committee appointed on District Kp worth Lcaguo It Acton L C Harris Claria Footn Win Crooks and Eli Hoard Itev S I Lock of tho Baptist church was Introduced to tho conference and IJov G W made a slioit speech Weirs of the Ion M E church was in Â¬ troduced to tho conference The afore mimed brftliern wore given n hearty welcome bv tho P E and Invited to take part In the conference work Iteport of pastors was then taken and the following pastors reported Owensboro Itev C II Pyle Hawesvillo Itev F Hinton Irvington Kev Tlios Summers Hardlnsburg I W Horton Vino Grove J W White Tho conference then suspended its Conference sang routine of business Proyer Saviour moro than life to mo was ollered by Itev Tlios Summers local prearhet from Bro S Duncan Gormantown preached a soul stirring sermon from the text Woman behold The I E spoko very en- Â¬ thy mother couragingly of tho sermon pointing out modestly and with good spirit wajs of improvement Hev Schuylar G Shelly of tho M E church South was introduced to tho conference Hev Shelly in his lnfppy mode addreesed the conference intelli- Â¬ gently showing hiuisulf to bo a man of broad mind and principles A collection of 110 was tnken up The critic made a brilliant report and was received with enthusiasm Committee on public worship reported that Hev W II Bloomer of Beaver Dam would preach at Asbery Chapel M E church at 8 oclock j in to local preacher Bro Ell Board preach at 1130 a in Benediction by Bro S Duncan Â¬ THR BRROKRNRIDGR NRS GLOYRRPORT KY lwtfpJ IN THE MADEimiAciaMrNAi To Restore 8jko - - t M- - wwrr i i wii STEEL MILLS HIS itiii which hiw become AN OPEnATIC N THAY HAD AN UNFOR- Â¬ A thin TUNATE EFFECT flrcw Ali linriimlly After Ili Whs Trrpliinril lint tlin StirRfim Htimil All tlin lllnmo nnd Corrected the Krriir WORKMANS ACCOUNT OF FIRST DAY AT HOMESTEAD 111 M nnd keep tho scalp clean and healthy nso llojs liitniiif Ariulsllltpnr A wcil by AYERS HAIR VIGOR It prevents the hair from falling out or turning gray Tho best Did you Deafening Nolnonnd Itnarlng ami llllstereil tho Terrible Heat The Intnnf Onn loor Man Tossed With ArllllK Hours nt Night llmnr j ciso clerk Do you think criminality is n lis naked tho drummer of thu hotel Conrso not Dressing oil to bo turned to hear tho baby of the conference Kov Wm Johnson A wonderful out pouring of tho holy ghost was poured upon nil who attended tho meeting for a good purpose Total conference collection 15308 JW MURRAY LEADS WllITK The Owensboro Inquirer Makes an Investigation nnd Gives Us tho Following Figures KOITUT1I DAY conference Cominittco on examination four years course of local preachers Committee on tho recognition of orders Committee on liconsing local preach- Â¬ ers Committee on examination of candid- Â¬ ates for admission on trial in tho annual conference Committee on the examination of can Â¬ didates for orders Committee on homo mission Committee on systitnatic report of local preacher work Committee on conference grievances Committee on S S and Kpworth LeaÂ¬ gue work to draft a program for next session of conference Commltteoon public worship After other preliminary work the con Â¬ ference adjourned to meet at 8 oclock to hear a sermon by J W White who preached In his usual way from Col 1st ch28th va on ho subject of preaching After the stf mot the congregation join el in giuglng nmia few earnest prayers The P K madu au earnest Mem rtiftdt appealitosinneni to be eaved A col lection was taken up to the amount of 150 during the session Pieuihwlon by J W White Saturday morning session opened at 8110 a m First half hour was devoted to singing and praying At 0 a m regular conferenco business was transacted Bro W Hlntotl was granted licenso to preach A hymn was sung and tho conference joined n prayer Tho following local preachers were recommended by tho commltteo for tho traveling connection L Kobidson J W Wnltu Thomas Summers and G W Burnett Tho District was divided by tho Com Commltteo on Kpworth Leaguo wo k into four district leagues to meet at tho following places 1st District Leaguo to moot at Sonoru 2nd District to meet at Greenville Urd District chapter to meet at Prince- Â¬ ton 4th District chapter to meet at Har-Â¬ dlnsburg Tho ministers expressed themselves vory freely on temperenco when tho Committcu made their report A resolution of thanks was offered to the people of Cloverport for tho kind ness showed tho conference and to the secretaries and critics for their work The following local preaehors were ap- Â¬ pointed to local mission work Auburn J E Board Grand Kivers Muyfleld and Paducah It H Kllgore Halls Creok and Whitesvillo S Dun- Â¬ can Henderson and Lewis Station Nool Â¬ THE GOLDEN FLEECE 1L Most Illclily IrlzeU of All tho Surf Ir lnjt OrilerH of Chltulry Of all tho orders of medioaval chiv alry which havo survivod tho shock of tuccessivo revolutions on tho continent of Europe siuco tho great cataclysm of 1780 thut of tho Golden Flccco is per Â¬ Â¬ 2 hf by Bro I 6KC0N1 DAY J Jtoblueon Great interest and enittief was shown in the meeting and the blessing of the Lord was abund Â¬ antly poured out Promptly at 0 oclock the conference routine of business was taken up llev W II Pope was elected assistant Statistical Secretary A committee waa appointed to exam Â¬ 0 II Pyle ine candidates for order loonier K HIbUmi W H CominiUee on temperance eoMieting Wh Crooks 0 W Burnett K II Kilfora CuiuW on mUwIotw R Aoteti TUo- - ftunuwrs Broi MePttpU report wWelt m full muI clear mm enoMi4jlf om el great aolrttueJ switicMiM bid TUerjpenaUJe The report vm oorjiMMlirrioilMrfi U fpM bf the P haps tho most distinguished and tho most highly coveted by personages of royal birth or of illustrious patrician lineage Students of tho history of tho art or scion eo of heraldry ill loam with interest and pleasure that tho Or dor of tho Toison dOr of Spain having been conferred on tho Duke of York his royal highness was on Tuesday invest Â¬ ed at Marlborough IIouso with tho in signia of tho order by tho Princo of Wales hluiNolf n kuight of tho order acting in the liama of tho queen regent aud on behalf of tho young kiug of Spain The hocrctary of tho Spanish embassy as chaucollorof tho order road tho royal commission creating tho dnko a knight and tho august ceremony was nlfeo attended by tho Duko of aud tho Duo dAumalo as knights of tho order nnd by tho Span Â¬ ish embassador aud tho Earl of Kimbor ley hor majestys hccrotuvy of stato for foreign affairs Tho Dnko of Yoik only received tho badgo of tho order in tho shape of the figure of a thoop ill embossed gold sus pended from a hoavy chain of gold but nt a chapter of tho order or at groat court functions at Madrid ho would bo entitled to wear tho full robes consist- Â¬ ing of A long mautlo of crimson velvet cnt in tho fiuhion of a sacerdotal copo richly embroidered nt tho borders with emblematic devices of stars half moons aud fleeces iu gold and lined with white Bell satiu over a doublet and hoho of crimAssistant at Sonora Circuit N D son damask Tho full robes also comJackson or hood with a prise a cliaporon Orendofr Kabbitsvillo and Logan long flowing streamer of black satin school house G AV Burnett but this headgear has in modem times Wesloy Chapel B 0 Yarber been generally dispensed with Originally tho rubes of tho order Sacrimento Calhoun and Central City which was founded in 1430 by Philip Lewis Robinson Hopkinsvillu and Unlontown Jeesio tho Good duko of Burgundy wero of orlmsou cloth lined with white lambs Mundy wool and this ciruumstauco has some Â¬ Tho seat of the next District Con Â¬ what strengthened tho theory that the ference was fixed to meet at Hartford golden flooojo was instituted by Philip Bro D T Burclt preached at 8 oclock tho Good iu grateful recognition of the a holy ghost sermon immense treasures which tho Duko of Tho coiomlttea on Public Worship Burguudy had acquired from tho reported that tho Conference love feast wool of tho locks reared on his vast Bo it as it way estates iu Flanders would be held rem 10 a in to 11 changed in Preaching by Itev C T Low Is at tho tho woolen costumo ww Valeneieunea H 7a at a chapter hold at Â¬ M E chureh and by Itev T F Wil for the wore costly materials of velvet liams at the Baptist chureh taffetaf dHwk and gold embroidery- 430 sermon by Itev W II Pope Loudon TelegTuph T Summers wm appointed to preaeh II INdnt OWec at the Baptiet chureh The eommunio Bat my dear sir said the huh of Ute Lords spper was participated Ih who uertiiiati if pay you this J by a jrat number All seemed to be Money 1 win Haw to borrow U of setae one else filled with Uie helyjkpWt Very woll replied the cold bloated Hev Ww Johnson pftteked at lgt so louf y pay iriutt ynn K ohjifek Bev Q fyU wm oifchteu at U we I oWt ofcJHt toyonfawtoni pmtsttlMiBtHPtUtehQttbtot d vbac Indita MM bMMtw wmr ones attention seem- - tot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ said tho clerk It is nn acquired habit nnd thoro wouldnt lw any criminals if children wero trained right Thatll what you think but sit down thcro whoro you will bo comfort- Â¬ able and Ill toll yon something It was after midnight aud as tho clerk hadnt anything elso to do ho accepted tho invitation aud sat down Not a groat whilo ago went on tho drummer I was in nn eastern city and it happened that I had a packago of samples stolen by a boy on tho street I caught him in tho net nnd a policeman boing on tho spot for a woudor I turned tho thief over to him nnd ngrced to appear against tho boy just to teach him n lesson Tho next morning I was in tho pollco court on tlmo and thcro I was met by a physician who told mo something which led mo to lcavo tho coso to him When tho boy was called tho physician appeared with him and desired to mukonstatoment to tho court It was granted and ho said May it pleaso tho court I want to nssuimo responsibility for this offense and for a number of others of a similar character which I understand tho no ensed has committed within tho past year Your honor ho said until somo thing moro than n year ago this boy was as correct a boy ns any I over know Of good parcntago nnd oxcollcnt training thcro is no reason why ho should not havo been so Two years ngo ho sus tained n sovero accident by being thrown from a bicycle in which his skull was fractured directly on that spot which phrenologists havo designated as tho I was called bump of acquisitiveness in to treat tho case and upon examina tion discovered thnt tho only thing to bo dono was to remove n part of tho skull and trephine tho fracture This I did exposing n considerable nrca of tho Tho trephining howjver was brain quito successful and I had tho pleasure in a fow weeks of neeing my patient onco moro on his feet nnd to nil intents and purposes as woll as over or very likely to bo soon At this time nnd until several months later nothing was noticed about tho boy but after several mouths it was observed that ho began to purloin Mnall thingu about tho housa Ho was not suspected nt flrht but ono day his mother caught him in tho net nnd ho was punished I may add that nt this timo ho was per Â¬ His parents wero haps 13 years old greatly grieved over this discovery and afterward kept n closo watch on him Tho habit howovcr seemed to bo grow- Â¬ ing on him nnd nil their efforts to check it wero in vain They oven went bo fnr ns to havo tholr pastor talk to him but thnt did no good Ono day they wero painfully bhocked by his ar Â¬ rest for n theft of trilliug character Tho matter was sottkd as quietly as possible and it was hoped that this would bo a lesson to him It mado ub solutoly no difference and tho boy went from bad to worse What ho has stolen no ono can toll for iio is as cunning ns a fox in his work as a rule nor is it known wliflt ho does with his stealings unless ho has hidden them bomowhero Ton days ago tho caso camo directly to my notlco by a theft from my own house I had hoard of courso of what tho boy had been doing but it did not occur to mo to think I had anything to do with it Tho parents camo to mo whon tho theft occurred nt my house and in tho talk about their boy tho suggestion struck mo that perhaps I could offer nn explanation I said nothing to them but sent for tho boy nnd mado an exam ination of tho trephined fraoturo and discovered that whilo I had saved tho boys lifo I had also given his bump of acquisitiveness un opportunity to devel- Â¬ op abnormally aud that it was growing greator every day I did not reach this conclusion defluitoly until n day or two ago and this is tho first opportunity I linvu had to maku an explanation of what to thoso who know tho boy previously is n romarkablo coso of moral retrogression Having mado this ex planation I wish to ussumo tho responsibility for tho boys acts and as tho prosecuting witness is willing not to appear against my patient I would ask to havo him discharged His parents havo agreed to let mo perform another operation on him nnd I fcol assured that I can render him n servico which will make au honest man of him As ho now is ho will coutiuuo to grow worse and thoro is nothing bofoio him oxcopt n prison for steal ho will until h s offense becomes such that ho will go to tho ponitcntinry whero his opportu nities may bo minimized but his dosiro to steal will continuo to grow couoluded tho drummer Woll this bort of thing knocked out tho court and everybody clto but the prisoner was turnod over to tho physician as his patient aud ho took him away with him to a hospital whero ho said tho op Â¬ eration was to bo performed nt onco That was n year ago Today I mot tho physician ou tho street hero and tho first thing I asked him about was tho boy Ho smiled all over and told mo that over sinco tho operation tho boy had been steadily improving and for two mouths past ho had stolen nothing although tho temptation was constantly put in his way by his orders I think ho said as wo parted that tho boy Is cutirly oured and here Â¬ after when I havo any trephining to do I shall koep an oyo ou tho bumps and not mako a paHcnt oithor bettor or worso Detroit Free thou nature intended Prow Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ever Wear a When I went to tho superintendent nnd asked for work ho said What can you do Anything I am largo strong active and willing I havo been about machinery ull my lifo uud want work badly Ho touched a button and a boy appeared Show this man down to tho converting mill nnd ask Fred if ho can do anything for him Good morning I ho said and my intorviow was over I put on my now overalls and jumper and followed my guidu down through tho mills Wo mado our way through piles of stock raw material tolls eta and cuno nt lust to tho huge converting mill Thu kupuiiitcndent was found mid tho woid delivered Ho glanced at mo ft moment then Kiid not unkindly You look good aud htrong lump in nnd liolp thoso fellows thcio on thoso Â¬ nKV M It VKIL8 A Alabama Christian Ala sajst Dr has been in our and Is GLADLY RECOMMENDED 11V WELL KNOWN EDITOR ot the Jllrnilnnham Klncs Itojal Ctmietuer fimllr t lnco Ita dlscovary Advocate Iter SI II Wells Shirt vcssols THERE TO ABIDE during our natural life or Its retention ot presont virtue Our daughter baa been re Â¬ lieved of inherited that was Everlastingly and Eternally crawling up your back I haidly knew vlut ho meant but through tho smoke and steam I saw somo men beneath one of tho vessels or oouvcitcro working with sledges nnd bars to get tho bottom off Tho mill with its pondetou i mid massive cranes tho immense vest els nil covered with black scale and soot the flying sparks tho l oaring flames tho lights coming aud going tho air tilled w itli steam aud smoke and finally tho shrill and deaf Â¬ ening noise nwul confused and oven disconcerted mo moro than I should havo liked to acknowledge 1 seized a slcdgo lying near nnd jump ed in Wo at hist got out tho keys as they call tho wedges which hold tho converter together nnd by tho holp of n hydraulic rum took tho bottom off This left a whito hot opening 8 feet in diameter and about 0 feet from tho ground under which wo must work It seemed to mo ns though tho skin on my neck and hands would burst with tho heat My clothes even steamed nnd smoked How I wished I had been niiy wheio under tho sun good old Sol rather than under this fiendishly hot sun hanging so very near usl When wo hud tho new bottom ou wo went up to tho platform abovo tho converters and dnnotho keys homo moro securely aud stopped any small hole theio might bo with ball stuff A shrieking engine passed by mo and swiftly poured into tho converter a heat of iron Then tho blast was turned on and n cloud of yellow and saffron flame mixed with sparks mid small particles of metal ru hed out of thu mouth of thu converter into tho air Ono of tho men caught mo by tho arm and pullul mo away just intimotosavo mo from being seiiously burned for I was not exacting tho flame Dy noon I was so tired I could hardly stand but I stuck to it for all I was worth During tho afternoon I frequent ly fell down because my knoes wero too weak to hold ino up My hands wero burned and blistered and my new ovor alls wero rtlledwith holes burued by flying spaikv About 4 oclock in tho afternoon whilo working under tho platform I was stuitled to seo u stream of red fiio inn over tho edgo of the plat- Â¬ form aud strike iu tho midst of somo woikmen As it touched tho wet ground it oxploded with n leport liko thut of a cannon Tho molten metal flew in overy direction Many workmen wero burned moro or less severely nnd in tho caso of ono prior fellow it makes mo sick still to think of it I tho steel camo down directly on tho head and back Wo got him out of tho steam and smoko and carefully nud tenderly cut his burned clothing from him As we placed him on tho stretcher tho burned flesh drop pod from his bones When I was rolioved nt 0 oclock it Gccmed as if it would huui been utterly impossible for mo to live iu that mill another hour I dragged myself to my room and went to bed nt once All thnt night I tossed ami turnod my aching bones trying to get into some position loss painful than tho last I was tortured by a thousand grotesque fancies and by tho picture of tho poor follow who was burned so badly At last I got into an uneasy diowse but I folt as if I had not been asleep a miuuto when my alarm clock announced to mo that it was 445 and that I must get up to my 610 breakfast Oh tho misery of that rising aud goiu to tho mill I Every bono and Biiiow seemed as if mado of redhot iron and tho joints as if rusted together It wus n dork foggy morning I found when having dosperatoly got up enough will power to dress I tumbled out to Tho Pittsburg my boarding house smoko and fog nro proverbial but I really think that ou thut particular morning ono might havo cut tangible chunks out of thu black wet air Tho board walks iu Homestead nro uovcr in repair and ou tho way to tho mills I stumbled along through mud nud stones over boards and into holes carrying in my hand my tin dinner bucket which contained my midday meal On my flrst Sunday wo relinod tho converter and it bocanio my duty to Btaiid up in tho inverted vessel mid hand up thu ball stuff nud limestone with which to rolino it Tho vessol had been left to cool simply over night nnd I suppose thu temperature of tho dry air inside of it stood at about 140 degrees I worked us hard ns I could but near noon I fainted for tho first timo inmy lifo My experience nt noiucstcad was tho experience of tho majority of workmen Homestead as Seen by Ono of there Its Workmen iuilcClurosMagajino Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEURALGIA by Its use after tho failure of all other known tuudlcal and iJluiatlc remedies I USE ITJ CONSTANTLY for tho prevention of neuralgia andmrvota prostration It sorves i RHEUMATISM AS A TONIC and braces acalntt nervous agitation I am glad to commend It Oerme tiler is nut a nauseous compound but a pleasant refreshing aud delightful drink containing no alcohol or opium In any form and Is harmless always for eld and young gold by Druggists 100 0 for tsoo Kings Royal Oermctuer Co Atlanta da L0U MAItKEI REPORT Correctlv weeklv bv IlimDhrev A Lsufer Prn duce Commission Merchants 3 j Second btbct Main and Market Ixiulsvllle Ky LOUISVILLK KY July 31 1BB4 Shippers should mark all packages plainly with shippers name and poit office address BUTTER Choice country Medium Creamery EGOS 13 a 14 11 12 20 3 25 8 1 Froib BKANB Michigan hand ploked inJIaDa Nnvy Old or Common nnd colorod 1 FEATHKHS Prime white goose Mixed Old No 1 duck Green pood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins Uooiten per lb Hens per lb Spring Chickens 75 to 60 to I 00 to 1 1 85 1 85 20 Si HIDES 3 5 2328 15 20 185 3Jf 06 G7 20 G 50 12 5 IOULTllY o 1 50 per doz l 50 DRIED APlLEd AND PEACHES Apples choico bright quarters to Apples average i to 5 Apples old Peaches new 4 to 5 Peaches old WOOL Tub washed 20 1A Grease fine 13 i Urease coarse Merino 121 Hurry and Cuts 5i ii MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Ueeiwax Sorghum i wharf Molasses 30 HAY UKA1W tHHU We quote price to day on Loulivllls OATS 32 city 3S No 2 oats HAY Strictly choic Choico No 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw CORN hoice whit Choice shelled 10 50 13 00 12 00 II 00 10 00 u 11 00 5 50 - 4 75 2 45 4 Good to extra shipping 3 Light shipping Best Butchers -- 3 Medium to good butchers 3 HOOP 5 Choice packing and butoher 5 Fair to good Roughs Shoati and pigs 100 lbs and under4 CATTLE 00 60 40 00 S 4 3 3 3 25 75 85 25 25 5 40 20 ft 6 25 50 a 8 75 75 5 00 3 25 2 60 4 75 4 01 Good to extra shipping Fair to good LAMBS Good to extra spring- Fair to good SHEEP 2 75 1 60 4 60 2 60 These aro our Negligee Shirts Look Right Mado Right 4 Size Right II IWPf V L Price Right lf s S125160v20p and 260 J J - 11 si 1 JNO DfBBSBAGV The resurrection plant a nativo of South Africa becomes dry and appar Â¬ ently lifulcbs during drought but opona its loaves and aaaumes nil tho appear onco of lifo when min folia Catarrli oW- J J What It Wat What is that gash on Finders facer Oh that ia a mark of respect A mark of respectr Yea hosgot more respect now for the man that put it there than ha had Atlanta Commutation befoce essl LIH in wtwio from his mother who waa a dieMajieialteil phwlet Ila wou the uuid prhw at the Paria eotwervatory wkeu he waa SI Th ay afr fu and woman wMgluki i Boston waa Um 1413 pouudaj woaieii 1UK t it weight of 10006 Goauod received his fintt inetntetion Many cases of catarrh might bo avoided and others greatly rolioved if at tho flrst sign of any trouble iu the early period tho noso and throat Bunftics wero thoroughly sprayed at least once n day with one part of liateriue mixed with two parta of water Jl throat spe Â¬ cially thinks thia treattoetti aa much a part of the good mi eleanly toilet aa brushing the- - tMHfLjr bathing New Yeric SiMCt 8pit f Â¬ ymat Tor inuatnioit elrriiUr arhwtat Fertiiteeirs- - who he a iMOtygM wj nanism eaoh 7iWaMAiMB diftttvut letter of aJaJsthet V jaaMBMiMia - - f ---- wiatoiMMiiiiiMUiidiaL -- - - -- OBiTiniTO lardfin HBHi7StiBffi0W a - - - - - i 4 THEX iBRRGKENRIDGE NKWS QlAOvklPOKLI KY 1 1 IUH lFmKk4x IF k tr cr-- S C3gS1inPcHnwAttn WArLC5lOPA0WlAGV o npa UmJ3gy FSm r rLK5yfe3i4 gr- fTLf p lr9rSllrf KSfe 8 SCT B kZ ar 12 I 1 I MffiWAEW WMWlWk ll I sVJfWJx Scrofula on His Head tllat ll lt0 fMIflu i JW tm- MrnipiloiiiiprelM l orc decided Ho lmd taken leave of tho youngci manntihoiloor nioirnictilloiicrBtUI BT r J -- 3S Iffiflrsfll iiM tiMM WiilmfiVmM JjJliWtfmMPffMlfflÂ¬ Â¬ MIWMiW MmwJmrsm IJmifiSM iM SKtSJIi rtloi W lV W 2zHPRlIk mr WL m fSSm V - KrSjB CX 4 M W VR nwntof uiinitcniM1tIoroSiiSSi it would imnnniim tongrcntu risk it something moio likely to result in harm Tho mcdiclno la strong but I havo not supremo cxnfldenco in it Ho sure sho is not dlGtnrbcd tonight Good advice Dr Lamar Excellent advice And you hnvo tho will of u do termlncd woman to back yon but there iHiiuiuetliliiuuHiru potont oven than this luiiUtimiyuotlwiKiBflblo with tho best of caio to do your bidding Tho younjr doctor turned from tho bed sido to a ooutemplutiou of tho serious faco besldo him It was natural that his mind should wander from tho sick girl to other affuiiu I havo not ecch your brother today Miss Maxey Whero is he Mits Maxoy informed him Before her nnuwer can bo intelligibly recorded it is necessary to go back a lit- Â¬ tlo Mdghtreultligxdbutltwouldb 4 txsftPlwrSf USSr WltLfl Jx ill f 4 CHAPTER L TUB PATIKNT ll A fixed and changeless expression A luglo sentiment in tho dark eyes tuni ing restkly from ono serious faco to tho other A single seutlmeiit in tho timid trembling of tho palo lips in tho expression of tho dolicate nostrils in tho nervous contraction of tho brows that accompany it For a mind which betrays itself in a countenance such ns this all tho possi bllitics of existence all that remains of life and happiness can bo summed up In Henceforth ono terriblo word fear this was all that tho inflnlto world of thought and all tho endless pleasure of being eould mean to this poor creature In tho midst of tho sunshine tho free nlr tho song of tho birds tho whisper of lovers tho voices of friendship she must continuo to livo on as unconscious of them all as if her lifo had been nar rowed down to tho darkest dungeon of an inquisition To deprivo n faco that beams with intelligence and boauty of tho ono light that makes it pricoless to blet out in tho twinkling of an eyo that unmeasured universo that exists in tho brain of an individual and lenvo in its place a soli- Â¬ tary candle liko this glimmering In tho night what a measureless criino And such a criino has been committed Does it add anything to tho depth of tho in fumy or to the burden of tho guilt that tho poor victim was but 10 and had been struck down in tho fullness of health and strength Tho patient sat on tho odgo of tho bed from which she had lately arisen in an nlcove chamber opening into a largo apartment furnished liko a sit ting room Two grave and interested physicians ono gray haired and advanced in years tho othor of middle age were watching her There was no ovidence that either of theso mon comprehended anything of tho unutterable pathos of the situation Thoir problem was puroly a physiological ono Tho moral aspects of tho coso concerned them only whoro thoy aided u diagnosis Tho coasoloss uneasy motion of tho poor girls hands clasping nuil unclasping themselves in her lap tho patliotio cry without an attempt ut nrticulatiou that sho uttered from timo to tlina thosso wero tho mattors that in- Â¬ terested them I havo observed a very curious thing tho elder physician was saying It is possible of course that I may bo mistaken but if I am not then this girl possesses a curious power in a remark nblo degree Tho younger man rcpeatod tho phraso with no littlo wonder A curious pow- Â¬ er Yes a very curious powor I should say of what for want of u better term I will cull optical retention You know whnt I mean No I moon tho faculty of retaining a sccno in tho mind uftor tho eyos are closed or tho bcens removed Wo nil havo it in varying degrees You men Â¬ tion tho writing tablo ut my ofllco and immediately an imago tolerably distinct of tho size shapo and general up pearanco of tho tablo rises beforo my mental vision I mean simply if this girl wero familiar with tho looks of that tablo and sho could bo mado to under stand what I nm talking about sho would seo tho object in question so vividly that it would bo to her almost tho reality perhaps I might say practically tho reality Tho younger physician regarded tho ipoakcr in silent wonder You dont tako my meaning Oh perfectlyl My term for it is vis- Â¬ ualization What puzzles mo is that you should seo any evidences of it hero What has sho done to bIiow it Not any ono thing no much as every- Â¬ thing I generalize it from a careful observation of her movements Do you call it a symptom No that is I dont know It may be abnormal or it may bo natural to her iu a stato of health I havo studied tevcral cases One n vory young child who could And his way unerringly about a familiar place blindfolded His family called it instinct but it was simply a phenomenal power of retaining tho pio turo of tho room in hU mind combined with an accurato idea of distance Unseen by him I disarranged tho furniture and ho lost his head at once Yes but I didnt supposo an idiot eould possess such a faculty Nor L Dut is this an idiot Tho younger physician Ham ha Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ was altogether too emulous to commit hlmsolf but ho fixed upon tho palo faco of tho patient a look of doubt and uncertainty that was plain enough of itself Ho shrank an much as did his gray haired colleague from tho humiliating I dont undenitoud tho cute confession at all Tho elder physician was certainly in no hnsto to pronounco n verdict Called for tho purpose of aiding his younger associate to arrive nt a deflnlto conclu- Â¬ sion as to tho nature of the mysterious malady under which tho patient suf fered ho had as yet refrained from ex pressing nit opinion and now ho spoko in tho most guarded and cautious man ner It seems to mo Lamar that tho problem iu this case narrows itsolf down to n question as to whether tho patients present condition is due to tho blow sho is known to havo received upon the head or to tho purely mental results of tho terror caused by tho accideut Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ gPKawaMMEMHW wl1 K1 fS Jk T wimmimiiii iiwinii iTOirMfffi jaiiMiilHI rr I i Vl A J B K gjj ft I ImmSMvSjt Xi v3 p A I l JNSfiLi Or K vtxx-JL--K- JL At S TX - V b I X nOmJl njKjJHB iWUllMWfc X I Olrtrmice Orocfcett W MM OjB tLv TvisB fa m11Jb Surely said tho younger man you do not wish me to understand that you belicvo it even possiblo that such a condition should be tho result of simple tenor or pnro mental action of any kind It seems almost certain to mo that thcro was somo structural or functional disor Â¬ der prior to tho accident Very possibly I did not say to tho contrary Some of her symptoms almost indicate a prcsMiro on tho brain but a long experience in an accident hospital has mado mo wary of jumping to a conclusion when tho symptoms aro sovnguo and unprouounced I havo known fcuch widely different and unexpected mental states to result from tho fright incident to a los of couKciouKiiohS under a pros suro of excitement that I am almost roady to attribute any abnormal mental Etnto to tho chock or the terror pure and si nip a Last year wo had a man who had been thrown from a carriago while his horses wero running nway Tho man completely rorovered fcut ho always persisted in n denial that ho had over gono out to rldo Tho accident robbed him of his memory not only of tho timo after ho fainted but of Hie time preceding that event by somo hours He uovor lias been and undoubtedly never will bo nblo to recall that timo Threo or four years ago I was called to attend n lunatic who had been troubled with a suicidal mania Ho had at last succeeded iu eluding tho vigilance of his keepers and had hung hlmsolf Wo restored him and ho has been tho sanest of sane mon since I have geon a person absolutely nn idiot from fright You havo doubtless yourself noted insanity orumnlafrom that cause In view of theo facts I say it is well to think twice beforo dismissing that hypothesis iu n case liko this Tho younger man listened attentively but ho did not seem convinced Doubtless terror is n powerful factor sometimes ho said but nover tholes I do not see how it can bo all iu this caso Tho patient is not exactly an idiot I nm very suro that in her way bIio thinks Tho elder physician made no reply but ho laughed quiotly I do not mean that sho can follow a conscious train of thought but that thero is an unconscious undercurrent so to speuk which never rises into cou Eciousuess It is tho upper turfaco of the mind only that exhibus itsolf hi intelligence and in my opinion there is some thing moro than reflex action in tho great undercurrent that throws up tho littlo wavos tho tops of which only wo call reason This mind is not dead oven though it appears to bo Tho elder physician looked both puzzled and amused ho said you I am afraid Lamar read too much Herbert Spencer and aro inclined to ignoro us plain fellows Tho younger man shrugged his shoul ders at this mild sarcasm and ho an swered without tho least show of sensi tiveness At any rate you would not object to trying an experiment with mo Certainly not Very well Let us eonoeal ourselves I bollevo that our presence irritates her The younger man arosofrom the chair in which ho had been Hitting and went into the larger room Tho gray haired physician followed him Thoy rotined into tho farthest corner and coucoalod themselves from tho patients view be hind aenrtainod bed where by slightly disarranging tho drapery they could easily watch hor Either because thoir Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ They could uinlly utitch her departure had startled her or beennsti tho mysterious forces at work in her dis organized intellect hnpcucd to manifest themselves at that moment she had uttered as the- moved that strange faint inarticulate cry which was so terriblo to tho good peoplo who took care of her Tho two phiidcitiuH himply noted it as a curious fact After thev had disappeared from tho range of her vision tho girl sat for n long timo without any apparent change savo that iu lieu of scanning tho faces of tho physicians her ejvs looked with tho same dreadful fear into tho flro in tlw open grata Over and over again with a persistent monotony that of it- Â¬ self was enough to niiiko the sympathet ic observer shudder this embodiment iu motion of the unnatural and unvary Â¬ ing condition of tho shattered mind this altcruato clasping and unclasping of tho hands went on Tho white palms came together tho Augers intertwined tho palms moved slowly across each other tho lingers lost their hold and wandered nervously and then tho dreary round began again and so on ceaselessly and always Is sho nover still tho elder physi cinn asked Never wholly so Nervous motion of Bomo Bort is necessary Nothing but actual interference from without can stop it even for an instant It happened then that an external in terference unexpectedly occurred to il- Â¬ lustrate tho practitioners statement A eat which had been curled up by tho fireside crotbcd tho floor and sprang into tho girls lap With n repetition of tho peculiar cry laid u sudden intensification of tho dominant expression in her faco tho patient started to her feet Tho cat jumped down and ran awny Tho girl gavo no heed to his departure Her gazo was fixed immovably on tho hpot whero she had Beeulliin and she continued uninterruptedly for several minutes to movo hor IkuhIs as if driving back Bomo palpable object which persisted in remaining in her lap Sho bees tho cat still I whispered the elder physician Just u I thought Tho impression produced on tho retina by an object that startles her is too vivid to leave her even alter its departure This is a more remarkable retention than I had deemed jKtssibla Dut thcro is no evidence that sho thinks ut ulL Not us wo think No Gradually tho repulsing motion of tho hands gave place to tho old nervous clasping and unclaspiug Tho timo camo when tiio poor creature seemed to forget tho Bpeciul terror caused by tho cat iu tho general dread with which nil things seemed to inspire her But sho still con tinued to stand Thiiikl murmured tho elder physi- Â¬ Why sho doesnt even know cian enough to sit down when sho is tired Iu truth at that moment tho girl be Â¬ gan to Bwuy violently and had not tho foremost physician gone promptly to her assistance she would have fallen Her limbs aro too weak to stand so long said tho younger man But dout put her to bed yet I want to try on experiment Of what nature Simply to bee what effect music will have I have known downright idiots who responded to scarce another provo cation than tho sight of food to have their interest visibly aroused by the sound of a musical instrument Hiss Maxey will favor us with a few selec- Â¬ tions Ill cpeak to hor Ho rapped ut tho door of an adjoining ohamber and exchanged a few words with tho person who responded Iu a few minutes a pretty young lady with black eyebrows wid a damask color iu her cheeks had taken her beat at tho plana The two phyjiciaus had retired to their former position behind the bed curtains and the patient as before sut on tho edge of her bod What shall I play tho young lady asked Somothing loud nnd cnorgetla There whs a rustliug of leaves nud then tho drastio ojHming chords of a Liszt rhaspody made tho vases shiver on the mantel Tho Bounds startled tho pa Â¬ tient as a blow might have done Tho dark eyes seemed to grow darker tho pale lips quivered more percoptibly with tho utteranpp of that plaintive cry the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ipread over lils neck and wa thought ho would li buna 1 lie doc tors fulled we gave lilni 11 owls Sarsnparllta Several buttles cured him after wo lad despaired ut lils ever getltui well He Is now a bright and lienltnv child UM OitocKUrr Jit Murfrcesboro Tennessee fF WJO MMlPll Ll llMv X - IH IV IH IH J 11 tH IH I H fB iWmmwTHE CHEAPEST - For- - i I Hoods5 Hoods Pills Cures Do Kren when all other preparations all to get Hoods and only Hoods sure 5 New Subscribers and Get up a club of f new subscribers and get ono of these watches free 500 EARTH should be In every household CHAPTER IL HAL pitiful a Hint was lelt to her of voico and speech But sho seemed to realize tho origin of her fright Her glauco went immediately iu tho direction of tho piano mid remained there fasci liatod us if sho momentarily expected an unknown horror to rise up out of tho cheerful red cover which adorned tho case of the instrument Never for nu in Â¬ stant was tho forlorn monotony of tho moving hands interrupted Novortholcss tho younger physician scorned satisfied Weve got her attention Now lot us change our humor No more of that kind please Miss Maxoy Something quieter and moro soothing Miss Moxcy choso n volumo of Bee- Â¬ thoven and began a favorite sonata Tho clasping hands- still moved tho dark eyes still watched for tho coming of tho unknown horror but thero was a clyingo in tho indcscribnblo details that went to make up tho dominant expression of tho patients face slight gradual Bcarccly perccptiblo oxcopt to practiced oyes ex- Â¬ pecting it but still a change Tho younger man whispcrod energet- Â¬ ically Shos Hstouingl Slowly bo slowly that it seemed an ago to thoso who hoped to boo tho end the clinging fingers forgot to soparato themselves and tako up now positions ho heretofore incessant motion of tho nervous hands becaino less and less ceased altogether tho palms rested against each other quito still Tho younger physicians growing excitement could restrain itself no longer beol ho cried Sho sits quito mo tioulessl It is tho first time in days And thero is another means which wo havo not yet tried Wont you sing to us Miss Maxoy Sing us tho most tender und pathetic thing you know Tho sound of tho piano stopped abrupt- Â¬ ly But tho patient did not change her attitude In all tho many minutes while Miss Mnxey wiw searching for tho song she sat seemingly iuthrallcd ns if she listened stilL Tho men of science felt themselves iu tho prcsenco of something of which their learning told them nothing Gradually as the miuio went on she had inclined her head u littlo to ono Bide iu the poiso of a listener So sho still remained now thnt tho instrument was mute It was hardly tho posture of ex pectancy No It seemed moro as though tho fee ble responses of tho mysterious faculty that could riso up iu a mind quito blauk at tho sound of a tender melody had not ceased to vibrate as if tho mournful ca- Â¬ dences wero btill echoing through the vacant chambers whenco thought had flown Thcro was few in tho dark oyes Btill but it 110 longer seemed tho sum and bubstanco of hor life In tho very midst of her abstraction a sound escaped her lips that caused tho listeners to start That was a sigh I tho younger man whispered Ah murmured his collcaguo so I thought Thcro may bo something in your modiciuo after all Miss Maxey had now mado her soloo tiou II was Schlerts wftuderful Ava Maria a song thnt has moro depth and power of tenderness in it than tho soul which feels it can expross Miss Maxey had a Bwecti voico and sho sang as though tho inuslo had a meaning Suddenly both physlciaus uttered a cry nud sprang forward With a changing faco and trembling limbs and reuchiug outward with her hands like one groping iu tho dark tho patient had ariseu had essayed even to wnlk Tho attempt was far beyond her strength She faltered swayed uttered tho plaintive ciy and fell like load into tho arms of ono of tho men Sho had faiutcd What a very curious caso thought the gray haired physician as ho took his departure It is unliko anything in my experienca All tho way through tho city stroota which led to tho hospital ho walkod Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IS T11H lOAD You are an crtlst said tho man on tho froiit scat of tho Kloigh turning about that ho might talk moro easily with tho young man who tnt besldo tho protty girl on tho rear seat You aro ui artibt What do you think of tho workmanship of this Ho had taken from nn inner pocket a small leather case which ho now passed to his companion When tho vouuk mnn had brought to light tho contents ho hold in his hand a medallion Bet in a joweled frame a medallion upon tho convex surfneo of which was graven tho attrnctlvo features of a handsomo woman Tho work was bo delicato tho si tting bo rich tho effect of tho whole so ox quisito that the artist involuntarily ut Â¬ tered a cry of plcasura Why this Is really admirable La- Â¬ mar Whoisit Whero did you got it Tho man on tho front scat answered in n voico as cold and unemotional as a voico could well bo Inasmuch as this is tho woman whom I am to marry I thought a toler ubly fair counterfeit of her faco would bo interesting to my friends Tho pretty girl who had been admir- Â¬ ing the dainty valuable became as he spoke somowhat pala Oh sho said in a constrained con- Â¬ ventional way this i3 Mrs Forsytho Mrs Forsy tho assented tho man on tho front beat Sho Is very protty said tho girl in tho Bomo tone Ab sho spoko sho put tho medallion quickly into tho hand of tho young man who sat beside hor and averted her head Another choice oxclalmod tho man on tho front scat in a brisker tone glancing at a fork iu tho whlto road which tho fleet horses wero rapidly np proaehing Shall wo tako tho inland road direct or go by tho roundabout sea load Wobhall too inoro lifo by tho first way but wo snail liavo bitter eloigning nnd plenty of cold wind by tho second Â¬ TIME KEEPER ON American Levor Movement It will keep accurate timo of order and in every way faction It Is nu American of which lias neer been Requires no Key Will not get out give entire satis- Â¬ Watch the like ollt rtd before on such terms Secure five now subscribers to tho -- - BRECKENRIDGE y - NEWS Aud secure ono of these Watches A I 4 Wldch shall it be Ellen ropcated tho young man to the pretty girl It makes no diffcrenco to ma Then let us have tho sen road and tho sleighing Wo aro In no hurry aud n littlo cold wont hurt us Juctacst ulea Tho tea road it shall b Tho sleighing party was now within eight miles of tho city tho location of which was marked by a vaguo glow iu tho wintry hky Gradually thu laughter had ceased aud words had become infrequent Tho bells on tho horses jingled merrily ns ever mid tho rapid hoof beats on tho hard crust camo to tho ear through tho biting air in tho same inspiriting pulsations but for all that It was cold riding after sundown along tho sea road with tho bitter breath from tho darken ing ocean fuH in tho face Every moment tho fences and hedge rows wero becoming moro indistinct and tho dreary white landscape between tho observers nnd tho fading streak in tho horizon vhcro tho suu had lately been was rapidly losing all significance or intelligibility as u prosiiect Truly Dr Eustace Lamar had forgotten tho flight of time In his enjoyment of tho ex Â¬ hilarating sport or ho had sadly miscalculated tho distance Not that thoro was anything to bo dreaded in tho ordinary oourso of events of a ride iu tlio palo starlight or under tho mellow rays of tho moon The road was a good one aud very soon it would bo well lighted Aud if tho threo ploasuru seekers were a triflo cold they could console themselves with the comforting reflection that thero was n nlinarfnl flrn wntttur tlm rti tlintti ugrceablo sitting room of tho uppermost flat at 20 Ballavoiuo place It was not an olaborato alfair this abode of Julian Maxoy tho artist but it was a pleasant interesting and certainly on n cold night ko this n vory comfortable and deslra- iu place iu which to be Perhaps it was not owlug altogether Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Whichhhallitbo Pretty men Macy tho artists sister who sat biildo hi r brother on tho rear boat had dealt a d athblow to tho cou- vcrbatiun when sho ceased to take part in it Ett sho was not asleep and her faco protected from view by abundant wrupi aud tho growing obscurity had gradually settled into un expression at onco wistful pathotio nud resigned Maxoy wlioso ixiwer of observation was not wholly a matter of eyesight had bucomn unnoyed and solicitous but ho tool pains not to betray this fact Ah for philosophic middle aged handsome Dr Lamar tho primo causo of tho whoJo trouble ho was supremely unconscious c any uuhappiness on tho part of his fricudj lo sat bolt upright all by himself en tho front scat his hands busy with the reins aud his attention apparently completely absorbed iu bcnuuiug tho road as far as ho could eco in front of his twif t team Tho truth is that Dr Luuuu had blunderingly und unwittingly touched upon a topio ex Â¬ ceedingly disagreeable to his friends be Â¬ hind him when ho mentioned his approaching marriago with tho wealthy Widow Forsytho If Dr Lamar had only known how fiuo and handsomo ho appeared in his pretty neighbors eyes it would havo astonished him a great deal and lie would havo been henceforth very much moro discreet iu his remarks If protty Ellen Maxey had imagined how well her kocn nud penetrating brother had guessed her becret undoubtedly bho would havo dls bimulatod a great deal of glco aud mer riment in a despairing endeavor to havo thrown him oil tho scent for tho heart beats proudly in tho breast of a girl liko her and this was such a secret aa sho would wish might dio with her They wero all young Tlmdoctor was tho eldest and ho had burjVy reached 40 Ho was n brilliant young man who had made something of a uuuio iu the medical world by a recent remarkable publication and whose practice was al ready established on a firm basis Julian Maxey was 28 Ho had painted Eovorol hundred very unsuccessful pictures Their merit however was plniii Jy recognized by his friends by reason of which accomplishment ho was called an artist Ho was enabled to keep up this nonlucratlvo pursuit aud to satisfy tho craving iu his soul for counterfeiting tho beautiful by a comfortable nunuity which he had inherited from his grandmother Ellen Maxey was 24 Sinco tho death of her parents she had held the proud though exacting position of hor brothers housekeeper than which tlioro wa only one other place in tho world she would havo been better satisfied to occupy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ldlcu lo i apt 11 tat an unwiutcdof silence had tho occupants tho sleigh Louisville St Louis Texas R R C ILTO 22 TIME SCHEDUL1 TaUliifT Effect Ai 600 oclekA V Sunday Wet Bound Traint M Dally 630iin 45 2 30 47 Dec 17 183 Katl Hound Tra Mall A MI Hxprs Kxr Mall A Dally 745im SOU 8 40 STATIONS Kxri 12 Hxnrl 6 7 7 7 7 8 8 43 07 17 IvUnn ptar Kentucky St Writ Point Howard Hoc Haven Lon Branch 12 30 1147 11 Dally DAllyj 45m TSopd at 8 15 7 7 30 T14 7 07 1168 1 llCUim 1124 11 IU 11 W I 65 liro U2u Hi 8 21 lit llrandenburi Irvlngton Webiter lodiburK Guston E ron 934 9 45 1004 1014 1020 1028 10 3d 1036 1060 1063 1105 1116 1124 11 SO 8 30 8 38 8 45 8 65 964 1069 1060 10 41 0 48 6 40 900 9 09 914 917 9 28 9 31 9 4J 961 10 02 10 07 1012 1018 10 35 10 48 10 5i 11 Oy 1114 1119 1125 113d 1134 1140 11 631 m 1212pm 1222 123d 1238 12 42 1261 Stephemport Addlton Holt Cloverport Shopi SI Iman Hawciville Petrle Falcon Cayce Lewisport Power Patei Owemboro Mattingly Stanley Worthlngton Head Spoltivllle Dai ClriOith Sple Pierce 1083 1025 1020 1011 1016 lOOd 9 48 9 45 9 33 630 614 6Hi 6 67 662 6 4S 6 40 53G 6 24 6 21 SOU 922 914 918 9 01 8 4 69 451 45 4 42 4 36 4 20 4 08 4 01 4 868 40 8 25 815 802 7 64 1145 1163pm 1267 108 114 1210am 130pm etti trHendenn lv 7 05aro 761 743 735 727 719 347 3 41 3 37 llfl hma 330 323 u fPL 2 65wj LoufsviFleiHadinsburgWestern No 3 TIME TABLE R R TAKING EFFECT Weit Hound Tralni JULY 29 189J t Dally Dally ex Sun ex bun No 6 No 2 No Xol 11 00 im Lv Irvlngton Ar 9 30am 11 40 g 20 Garfield 1165am Harned 8 00 12 12 Halt Iluund Tnilni Dally Dally STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun f 1248 100 118 1 llardlmbure Kirk Jolly Glcndc4ne Hock vale 7 4U 710 7 CO 6 40 6 30 25 145 2 20 Demniter ar KalliMoughlv 610 5 37 lluth 2 44 Aiklni 2 59 Oaki 330pm ArKordivilleLv 232 626 518 4 5 00 45am lTen uhil TolitoU TO IIB CONTINUED The word pharaoh was not strictly speaking a name of an individual hut of a class or race For ages nil tho Egyptian kings called thoinselves nlia raohs just as the Roman emperors were oach styled Augustus Blumenthal tho great theater man Â¬ ager of Berlin was ouco talkingwlth Tolstoi about Ibsen nnd said T havo put a good many of his plays on tho stage but I cant sny that I quito un Â¬ derstand thorn Do you understand them Ibsou docsii t understand thou hlmsolf Tolstoi replied Ha just writes them und then sits down and wnits After nwhilo his expounders and explainer como nnd tell him what ho meant San Francisco Argonaut leLleLleLleV t ft dps A general old fashioned Barbecue and Picnic will be given at v MINORS GROVE NEAR HOLT KY i WL WiH tmm m - A grand annert refreshments of all kinds various amusements and PUBLIC SPEAKING will be the order of the day t HON P WATjuXRDIN candidate for Governor has been invited to attend and the Congressional and County candidates will be present and addfp xne peupiw uou v ryDOay come ana pasi a uay pieubauuy witu uioir muuui 0 way station Excursion the Texas from Owensboro up and from Irvington down and all MANAG1BS J A Btaton J C Smith gTURDAY ratn jM- - titemqqmwmm JLixgusf UiylSHJUL M0CC4- iiSKSfflfflffiffi rrTTnjl Iff WOPHJl wM fl m C jitf w T 4Htt TMmuf Lkin v - riUff bMf7fssnl V JOJOFfyiPW - I r MtaJtfMMfatfiNMaMiMMBMfttft--MfctWbMafetfMtf- jap IV m MfJ M it 1 III Ilium ilffilV Mi miiii i iliJwimril- - HE BRRGKRNR1DGR SRW8 GLOVRRPORT KY uiinii n n ii wm I f9 I f Ii f M Pgp Awarded I Ugliest PERSONAL Honors Da Werld4 Fair LASTJJCKS Correspondent W 8 llowmer wont to Holt Sunday J M Shows tho Incon- Â¬ Mra lcorgo llojril llnvrccvltlo Saturday Mr Duck Moorman tho city last Saturday Dames went toa Loulstllle Sunday and children Trent to of Jlcndoane was tn sistencies of tho Elizabeth town Nows CREAM And Shows Whoro It Straddles for Can- BAKING thoSako oflts Pot didato MURRAY EiizAiihTitTOWN POttDHt r MOST PERFECT MADE Free A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Vom Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD IS ALL RIGHT BreckenridgeT News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1 1894 La Notice to Subscribers the time to This serves lioth nil n receipt an expiration notice every Kxamlrc the date printed after vour week namr on the margin of thin paper and see If It It correct II not correct please to lct us know If your lime his eiplreil please renew at once The date on ttic label Indicate which your subscription Ii ptlil LOOM BREVITIES It liacotuo to stay tho Palace zers Va lead and others Saloon saloon For milk toast ko to tho City Bakeiy Hardware all kinds at low prices Sul follow Palace Ice cream freezers at frozen prices Sulzers It is an established fact tho Palace Saloon Wo havo hammocks at tempting prices Sulzara j Bofnto 20 tho wifo of It H Pierce July a flno boy look out for tho big picnic to be given H at Holt August 11 Fresh crackers and cakes just received at tbo City Uakery The Old Point Comfort excursion last Thursday had a good crowd Claude Carlisle got Ids hand badly mushed at the shops Monday Prices floating Opera drew a large crowd last Friday night us usual J A lloyd had two lingers on his left hand mashed nearly oil last Sunday Tho Tkxah has let the contract for a how iron bridge across Sugar Tree Itun You 8eo it today tomorrow its gone Our bargain counter is melting away Sulzers Crystal ized wafers just the tiling to eat with ico cream You can get them at tho City iiakery If so we can fur Â¬ Will you -- build nish you locks binges nails and other material needed Sulzers What everybody says must be true they say that tho best and coldest beer is sold at the Palace Saloon While China and Japan are fighting wo will soil the best tea you ever saw for summer drinks Sulzejs This week we aro going to muko Jiis tory on fancy lace curtains A Joss to us a bargain to you Sulzers When money is scarce now is the best time to make it go tho farthest Our great mid summer sale still goes on jASulzsrs Owen Cunningham Carlt Richardson Iteub Miller Judge Hoard and Judge Murray candidates for various county oillces spoko at Elders Spring last Sat Â¬ urday T F Sawyers now house on Huston street ifc nearing completion Thu plas Â¬ terers and painters now havo it in band It will bo a nice two story residence when completed Mrs Ada Winter sister to Miss Dell Ilollingswortb of Iowa who is well known in this city and cousin to Mrs J KKcitli of this ctydled at her home in Iowa Monday morning Mr James S Tinius residing on the bilinear Holts Bottom lias surpassed all bis neighbors this year in n yield of wheat IIo only had 7 acres but it averaged 25 bushels to tho acre William Kendall living in Quality Corner this county had tho boss yield of wheat His crop averaged 35 bushels Ho the aero John Louis Henry comes next wilh an average yield of JO bushels tfnclp Joe Tmil of Taulton was in the city fishing a couplo of days lost week IIo had fishermans luck but said that ho did not coma to catch fish Just came fishing and looking for votes for coro- Â¬ -- ner The farmers report from all over the country that there are absolutely no to- Â¬ bacco worms this year Bob Mattingly of Balltown says that ho has actually not caught enough worms oil his flvo acres this year to makon blackberry pie Percy Hopper has iust completed an excellent Bicycle track in tho lower end of tho town Any one desirous of using it can do so by applying to him 250 for adults and 1 tor boys entitles any one to a ticket for tho remainder of the sea Â¬ son 1804 A The picnic at Elders Spring last Sat Â¬ urday was largely attended aud tho day would havo been an enjoyable one to all if it bad not been for tho disgraceful oc curranco late Ju tho afternoon an ac- Â¬ count of which may bo found in another column Mr W 0 Allen Agent has received a complimentary letter from the Man agcre of the Adams Expreett Company on Rrcuraey and neatness of his monthly reports Ave who know him and know liU good and accurate buMHees qualifica- Â¬ tions know that the compliment Is well deserved A little excitement was created down at Vests corner one day hut week by tlie Jiorse atucnea to Vtwts delivery wsson taking a notion tjiat ha wished to make au exquretoit over the city unas sisted ant inencq inhered by a driver The result was a swashed up delivery wstfon but the horrt U still doing duty stuie stuns old stand Tits Bowling Greu IXstriet Confer met iu this city hist enV which the prominent eolorsdweekbrought all itsojNVswtKe Green Hlyer section TMr westings wers very intorstHnic ami crowds of white peopls ipUMMwd In Urn stntets adjacent to thajjr putt liultj church to listen at tha lastfMtUiff w uious and excellent aliwiag Ths vbofe 1 mMtfaMft i NMMl k city last Saturday Tho Picnic at Elders Spring Is Misses Bertha Matttnglr and Vanda Carson attended the dldlcatlon of the Baptlat church Almost Marked By a at Cannellon Sunday Murder Walker Board la down at Paducah with the State Encampment He Is eecretary of the CQinmlsary department Mra lonnlo Wedding leaves to day for BOTH ARE DRUNKEN TOUGHS to make her home lor a time with her Texaa son Mr Clel Shacklette The picnic at Klders Spring last Satur- Â¬ Mrs II W Atwell of Brandenburg who day camo within lcsa vote than a quarter of Now I havo no objection to this but has been visiting her sister Mrs David Cul an inch of ending in a murder loy returned home yesterday About 000 peoplo were there enjoying it was written for the benefit of a certain David Culley who haa been quite sick ws Congressman and not that any interest are ploised to say is able to be out themselves in tlie usual picnic fashion again was felt for any senator and everything went oil smoothly till And it pur- Â¬ though ho la jot quite feeble posely ignoies another free article or Mlaa Bettle Bowmer after an extended visit lato in the afternoon Among the crowd was Lloraco Gilbert should bo to draw tho attention of its to her sister Mra John Burka of Henderson and George Blair These two men had readers from the issuo and for which it returned home last Thursday has always posed as n champion I Mr and Mrs W E Wroe of Utility Han- Â¬ filled up on boozj and to keep up their allude to free silver What can tho cock countyare In the city the gueata of their reputation as rowdying toughs they proceeded to raise a row They had Elizabetlitown Nows say for Mr Mont- Â¬ son Deputy Sheriff Thos L Wroe Miss Ltiite Skillman came in from tho Tar two or three little spats during tho day Nothing absolutely gomery heio Springs Friday afternoon to be present at the but uot until about 5 oclock did tho nothing thing como to a head At this time they And its readers will remember that reception given at Mrs Dr Watkina Mr Wm Lyons of Jolly Station waa In had called each other bad names for somo six weeks ago it said Hint it was He reports that a while when Gilbert drew a large pock ready to Btriko every head that bobs up the city last Thursday ovcry body la for Murrsy Jn that section ot knife aud started for Blair Several that straddles on the silver question Messrs W C Moorman James Dean and Why havo you not struck my good Vlck Robertson of Ulendcane who are now at men grabbed Gilbert but he tore him- Â¬ Nows Ah you know you cant do it the Tar Springs were in the city Saturday Blair was unarmed and self loose started to run Gilbert pursued him without hurting tho man who is a very Mrs Jas L Patterson after a very pleas great straddler but a very uncomely ono ant visit to her brother in this county went across the dancing floor through the It must be admitted my good News to Cannclton last week to see her son Robert crowd the ladies scattering in every Around the baud stand they that ho is about tlie most awkward two Mr F A Klder of White horao fame was direction horse rider you ever saw and that he looking over pastures at Tar Springs last Sun- Â¬ went Gilbert slashing at Blair with the cant straddlo a mule with gentility day trying to llnd an animal of his favorite kuife whenever ho got in reach Blair oolor stooped to pick up a club hut being Dont you really think bo M laa Sallio Murray left last Thursday for very drunk ho got it tangled botween Hurrah for David who has killed Goliah with his sling and round stono Brandenburg whero sho will remain several his legs and fell down Gilbert rushed of truth and purity Just as did David days the guest of the Misses Hcrndon and onto him but Blair lay on his back and Lowls of old ho came into the arena with used his legs so vigorously that ho kept P Dittenbaeh and son Louie went naught on his sido but God and right to Mrs J Gilbert kicked off for a short time At Cannelton Ind Saturday to attend the and ho has won and will como out of the dedication uf the Baptist church lost Blair grabbed Gilbert and pulled and visit fight without scar or blemish himself up and started to run again relatives By this tinio mon had caught Gilbort Then again I say hurrah for Murray and M iss Jennie D Patterson who has been attho star spangled banner and the star tending the Normal left laat week to spend a again but he had already done Ids ne- Â¬ eyed goddess of reform farious work with tlie knifo few weeks with her slater Sfra A 0 Wright ComtKsroxDEXT Blair rau about 150 yards climbed at hyonla Miss Anna Iriffith who has bsen the guest over a fence into a field and back again Deafness Cannot Be Cured of her cousin Mrs Dr Watkins for several into the woods where ho fell On ex Â¬ By local applications as they cannot weeks returned to her homo in Owensboro amination it was found that he was severely cut A long gash was cut in reach tho diseased portions of tho ear Monday Mlaa Scott of Lakeland Florida who tho back of tho head ids chin was split There is only one way to euro deafness and that is by constitutional remedies has been visiting Misa Brook Stephens of and his left wrist was slashed clear Deafness is caused by au inflamed con- Â¬ Holt for several weeks will leave this week across Tlieso cuts while painful were for Georgia to the sorrow of many dition of the mucous lining of tho Eus- Â¬ not serious but ho had also received a Mr und Mrs J D Babbage and family tachian Tube When this tubo is spent an enjoyable day at the Tar Springs stab in the left breast about 11 quarter of inflamed you have a rumbling sound or laat Sunday They were the gueata of Mr an inch below tho heart This wound imperfect hearingand when it isentiroly and Mrs It 0 Robertson and party was n severe ono tho knife having pene- Â¬ closed Deafness is tho result and unless Mr Bon F Richardson of Chicago Is in trated to the hollow A messenger was sent to this city for tlie inflammation cun be taken out and tho city circulating among his old friends this tube restored to its normal condition Mr Richardson left Clovorport four years ago Dr S S Watkins who repaired to the hearing will bo destroyed forever nine and Is now doing well in tho grooery business sceno and dressed the injured mans in Chicago cases out of ten are caused by catarrh wounds pronouncing the ono under tho Mrs Dr Smith Mines Lafayette Lalleist which is nothing but an inflamed con- Â¬ heart very dangerous and Mayine Griffith left laat week for Louis- Â¬ dition of tho mucous surfaces Blair lay on the ground near the pic- Â¬ We will givo One Hundred Dollars for ville to join Mra Lafe Green and a party from nic ground several hours into the night the Falls of Rough From there they leave any case of Deafness caused by catarrh beforOa wagon was procured to inovo for Old Point Comfort for a ten days sojourn away that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh IIo was then taken to a The following party from Qlendeane are at him Cure Send for circulars freo Tar Springs occupying the cottages t Mr nrrtl relatives house not far away but this F J Chunky Co Toledo 0 Mrs R Q Robertson Mr and Mrs R W relatlvo would not permit him to come into tho house Ho was then taken to a Owen Mr and Mrs W R Moorman 8TSold by all druggists 75o Misses barn whero hu was made as comfortable Edna and Georgia Robertson Carrie Mr Alvin Skillman of near Hardino Owen and Mr Vio Robertson as possible On Sunday he was takon to burg was in tho city ono day last week The following party from near Hardlns Â¬ his home on the Lutherllendricks farm Mr Skillman is ono of tho hustling Blair is a young man between 125 and youug farmers of tho county evidence burg spent Sunday At the Tar Springs of which may bo found in tho following William JaVboe and wife William Beauchamp 30 years of ago married and haa one I have a fine ciop of wheat and wife Sam Fatit and Milt Llisie Pate child That ho will get well Is very remark this year and I am feeding it to my hogs Lee Miller and Miss Mabel Hawkins Ernest doubtful as he was in a critical condi- Â¬ I did the same thing lost year and my rate and MI11 Mamie Hnkina and Frank tion when lost heard from He belongs wheat brought me 1 a bushel Two to a family of lllairs who aro noted for bushols of wheat will fatten any hog and Jarboe Mra W E Minor Holts Bottom enter mako It ready for tho market Mr their shooting and cutting scrapes tained at her residence last Tueaday evening Skillman also said that ho had the best Gilbert left the picnic ground somctimo prospect now for good crops that ho over Among the gueata were the following perioni after the fight saying that he was going had in his life Meadainos C W Moorman R E Moorman to Hardlnsburg and givo himself up Ollio 8 White sou of Dr W B and Geo W Short Cloverportj Tyler Owenl White died at their homo in Louisville boroj Barrett Loulivlllc Holt Burkt and This ho did not do however and at last accounts tho ofllcers had been unable to yesterday morning He was taken sick Stepbent Holt of typhoid fever about two weeks ago IIo is a son of George Gilbert Mr 0 P Buah and Mr llldgely Cayce of find him and was not able to stund tlie ravages of the Texaa pay train were accompanied laat a respected farm or and good citizen re Â¬ that dread disease trip by Mias M A Bush a very bright and siding near Stephensport unarming little lady of Michigan Mitt Good Company And Good Agents Horace Gilbert is about twenty live Clayoomb Board agents for the Buth It tpcndlng a few weeks with her broth Â¬ years of age an I has madu quite a repu- Â¬ Continental Fire Insurance Company n er in Loulivllle The party were entertained tation lately of being a tough citizen BreckenrldgtY Meade and Hancock coun- Â¬ at tea while here by Mr and Mrs J 0 Bab Ha is the roan that Marshal Orfila De ties havo recently received a reappoint Â¬ bage Haven shot in this city about ono year ment This Company is one of tho old Dr and Mrs S 8 Watklnt gave a delight Â¬ ago reliablo first class insurance companies for resisting nrrest while drunk and It has a surplus of 11000000 for the pur ful tea last Friday evening jn honor of tbelr disorderly If ho Is caught for this last pose 01 paying losses ami ineee are al Â¬ gutiti Mttses Anna Orlaith of Owwiboro ways promptly jmld The company Jewel Seott of Lakeland Fla and Brook ollense ho will doubtless get a good term could not have obtained two belter men SUffhws of Hott TUoe present were Mlie in the penitentiary where he will bo out to represent titer lute rests in this section Msggl nd BeiMo Bowmtr of the way of respectable civil people than Frank Clayoomb and Walker Board Maul Klllli Mary MoenaaaLlle SkllHaam Allhwo Mur Â¬ They aro both good rallsbht ray Worgla White BuU Owm men XLIOTROFOISE HlwbUUa Nellie Berstlifr nle Murray Tar Spring Two Koaths Best 95 00 0ryfll tlragefy Fred Maws ButM BmjVtiariUffe Oowpaay Limited will Frb W S Hew VMer Bewawr Hal A llwiUd number of instruments will at title nomlal prloe simply aa thh mother exeuntiou to the IferSyieimp MJwray BHMtO BabUf fyray XafltK be 0T cm Afti mit Twins will Kmsj aad B 8kllraA B Balttaaa You can ii afford Meortuul 6 W Uwwua JMwm Ua to liiitw Ihte opportunity It ltM never twf 4T Uwse hoars and WWto Kiaa Bay H49 r aad C laaku oomwettofi at IN ihoat vttii all Men iMultj keJaii fuul will not Uwt letig T tntm Tmm tft t gtMajlwriiittweitt esMvttjara Ad4iM CrtMiltaktac Â¬ Â¬ Ky July 28 1894 In this weeks Issuo of tho Elizabetlitown News Us readers are treated to some glaring inconsistencies some of which I shall notlc If you pleas- In ono editorial squib it says It took Hon D It Murray three weeks to tell whether ho was for or against tho sugar bounty In another squib he Tho statement in tho shoots thus BitKCKKMiiDoK Xbws that Mr Murray said he was for free Biigar in answer to Judge Montgomerys charge that ho Murray was in favor of a sugar bounty is no answer at all A man can be for free sugar and also bo for sugar bounty In ono quotation it will be seen that tho Elizabetlitown Nows admits that Mr Murray is against the sugar bounty though as it says it took him three weeks to sayVjpIn tho other quotation it admits that he is for frco sugar but tries to leave tho impression that Mr Murray is in favor of a bounty Now in all candor I desire to ask all fair minded peoplo what they think of such stuflas this Can the editor of any paper be so presumptuous as to think his readers would not notice the unfairness in all this But I quote again from thu Eame paper of tho same date Every Democratic senator who votes against free coal free iron and freo sugar had better read tho hand writing on tlie wall Tho peoplo aro not to be deceived and tho political death of every ono of them is universally scaled with lha EnrroK News Mlaa Anna Hyan of Henderson l rWtlng Mr and Mra J A Doyd Mr W K Barnca and wlfcof Hardlnalurg were In the city last week Mr Fred May and Mlaa Sarah llarnman visited In Canneltnn Sunday The Misses Hawkins of Leltchflolil nre the gueata of relatlrea In the city Mra A D Eklllmen and family and Mrs lloyser aro out at Tar Springs Mr James S Tlnlua and family attended church at New Bethel laat Sunday Mra II V Duncan It visiting her brother Mr V 0 Haulage at Hardlnsburg Mlaa Capple Deacon haa gone to Oirenaboro to visit her uncle Dr D II Daaham Mr Chaa lato of Texas ta In tho city and county tajlng a lslt to relatlrea and friends Her 1 1 Ttmberlake of New Albany la V In tho city the gueit of Mr and Mri C Moorman Mlaa Vcva Miller who haa locn visiting In Itockport for several weoks icturned homo ro day Fred Dlluj la up at Brandenburg having a good time as ovorj body does who visits that good old town Mrs J W Porter of Oirenaboro and Mra Koberta of Kkron aro visiting Mr and Mra K II Oglosby W D Wilson of Jollytf Station was In tho city yesterday He aaa hla country la solid for Murray Mr W K Wlthera and wife of Kirk Sta tton are In the cltv visiting her slater Mrs Fonnle Wedding Miss Nannie Murray and brother Allen have gone out to Mrs John McOarockc to spend several days Messers D C and J T Bell of Hardlns Â¬ burg were visiting Mr J M Bell of this White Sulphur Well Crawford County I ml CHINA rrra TfisFfVtWifc V WARE Is Â¬ trr New management Excellent table Good String Band All kinds of amusements For rates etc Address a Summer Ware Although it isnt exactly Summer Wear but when you put on the Summer wear you need our E sby NEAR Mogan Post ofiicc Props Sulphur Well Crawford Co Intl -- JPL CHINA WARE SetS- - THEHEART a Is Whoro Goorgo Blair Roceivd Stab from Horace Gil berts Knife oelock Saturday morning the 28th hist Sho was at the residence of her daught Â¬ er Mrs J J Dyer neo Mollio Barnes which place she had made her homo for several years when tho angel of deatli came Mrs Barnes was in her 82nd year at tho time of her deatli and her long life has been ono of usefulness and Christian benevolence Sho raised a largo family of children and leaves flvo sons and two daughters to mourn her loss She was tha venerablo mother of W K Barnes lawyer of Hardlnsburg David Barnes merchant at Smlthland John Baines of Missouri Clias Barnes of Home Ind and He v Kdmon Barnes a prominent minister of Illinois Funeral services were conducted at tho residence of Mi J J Dyer by Ho v S G Shelly on Sunday morning at 830 oclock after which tlie remains wero taken to Union Star iier old home and interred in tlie cemetery at that place Died On July 2518D ilittlu Walter Hennesy infant son ol Mr and Mrs Chester Beavin aged 8 monthsbreathed his last He was buried at St Marys Catholic Death of Mrs- - Margaret Barnes Mrs Margaret Barnes widow of Id mon Barnes deceased died at 8i0 For TEA ICE CREAM LEMONADE Complete outfits for TABLE SERVICE of every sort and description Inexpensiv- eare displayed by 7jir S ssi5cjv DO YOU WEAR church Tho grief stricken parents and relatives have the sympathy of their many friends lis true it is hard to givo your little darling up but Weep not dear fuhcr and mother lie has only gone lieforc1 To prepare you lioth a dwclliii On yonder beautiful shore plicc Suspenders We have a That wo may nil meet in Heaven to part no moro is the wish of M C W Mattingly Ky Still Champions Not being satisfied with their other defeats tho Hardlnsburg base ball dub came down to Clovorport lost Friday and got licked again Thoy were never in it from tho start as usual Following is tlie scoro by innings 12345 I78 Innings 3 5 0 0 2 3 2 0 217 Hardinsburg 8 3 6 0 9 112 x 23 Clovorport Murray Meeting at Webster A rousing Murray meeting was held beautiful line in all colors and sizes for only 10 cents at Webster last Thursday night A largo crowd of representative Democrats wero present and listened to speeches by Gus Brown F J Ferry S B Adkisson Jno D Babbage Thos L Wroe and Jas 1 Stewart Tho crowd was enthu Â¬ siastic for Murray and Webster is for him by a handsome majority SSIONERS OK VAIUA1UE SALE FRUIT LAND IN BFBeardCo HARDINSBURG KY Meade Oounty Ky lly virtue of a judgment and order of ale rendered by the Meade Circuit Court In the case S Halls Administrator against his heirs and creditors I will ofler lor sale sit the Court houe door In the town of Uramlenburg Ky to the highest bidder at lubllc Auction on of John Monday 13th day of August94 At is oclock M or thereabouts and upon a credit of six months the following described property lying in me neart 01 me rruit lieu anu as irood lrult Land as can be found In the Mate Six tracts or lots numbered from I to 6 Lots Lots Nos I and a containing iij acres each acres 4 containing Nhst andcontaining 187 14575 1000 and Loteach No Lot No 7 10 acres Lots Nos and a 6 containing 31 64 loo acres will be first offered separately and then offered together The best bid will he accepted and the same will he done with Lots Nos J and 4 The Surveyors lleport and IMat shows the de Purscription and boundary of all said lots chasers will be required to execute bonds with approved security bearing legal Interest 10m day of sale until paid and having the forte and Didders will come pre eflect of a Judgement pared to comply promptly with these terms 1 Â¬ Â¬ THE STORE Dry Goods Notions Furniture Carpets Mattings Oil Cloths Hardware Glassware Chinaware Tinware 701 IALI Two haroaUfsJrMytMlt calves These calves arc bcwMUsw aws will b sold vary 7 Xiinm Pedigree furlJC WTiIVAINTjs HwltlUKy tmmmmmmmn To buy goods reasonable is the store for you to go to We only advertise wlmt we mkan and no Try us and then be your own We are selling all our Judge Summer Goods at cost for we do not want to carry goods over from one teason to another Visit our store and purchase some of the great bargains Old Â¬ Coin Meade Circuit Court NOTICE TO CREDITORS BREOKENEIDQE CIRCUIT COURT It M Jolly Plaintiff Notice vs to Louisville Trust Co A ssignee of Creditors Hlchard and Kendrlck Wathcn Defendants All partnership creditors of Itichard and Ken- Â¬ drlck Wathcn aro hcieby notified to produce their claims before the undersigned Commis- Â¬ sioner at his office In Hardinsburg properly proven on or before the first dayof October ilvenunder my hand ns Commissioner of said court this first day of August 1S11 V 0 1IAII11AOK Comr II C C l4 Shoes Groceries bulnjj JU W K Ilarnct Atslgnee or Win 11 Notice vs to Hell llalntUrf It C Armstrong ct at Defendants Creditors All persons having claims ngalnst the cttatc ol Win II Jlell are hereby notified to produce the same before the undersigned Commlssiouer on or before the first day of October S4 at his office In Hardlnsburg properly proven as the law directs liven under my hand as Commissioner of said iScj court this August V 0 llAllllAOi Comr II C C Reliable Store Neff Kagin GUSTON KY it Vt IUIUMIUUUUIU - 8iky lJ wy J anlvtsiiHt retd i Krama O Iaynter AdmxctcVialn Notice vs III la Hallle laynlcr Chas P ryntcrln creditors isms etc rhu uHKnowN ircuHors iieaaaia All bcruMt having claims again be esUlc ar funky sf Walker R iaystuc ttt vutdcr claim tUd la wadww sigsHHl CotHlloflral hltottce ia UartUiifcliuii Ui ttrat uy 14 btttrly 00 or WfeU Pr tHw A I -J Pw Wttfi DttBqfaAWerLcmirMlUlCy - bffe tr ail mm bor Olvoa U i31r toy kand as CowmlstloMr of sl4 t ftiHtitite c csl it r4 Om Uy Vw mmhhI ssjtavrit VOIIAUL 1 lor Cbf w0fc aydw isW MfW wetit i Wl a Wont tits wlist mw n99 fc jy a -- v v Leavening Power yp vjyssg frHiESj Latest lJ S Govt Kcpott Si v r v1 p I V - i JBRBOKKNRIDGR KBW PURE RELIGION BRANDENBURG Highest of all t I am nothing of a politician and as Bab Joel Me of Hardirmhtirg was in town says most women eanuot worry their Monday ou business Gods Requirements Are Few And bralus abdut tariff reform monetary Several pirties attended the picnic at nffaiis etc But being one of Eves Garrett from hero Saturday This Life May Easily be Made children aud having by inheritance n M 8 J W Porter of Owensboro was little more than the muni amount of cur Worth Living iosliy perlalnliig to current topics afloat visiting Mrs J D Robert lust week Miss Mitty Tuylnr h out in Ihe nelh let me say my sty w ill you Mr IMitor liilliig fiieuds And Tho Other Anticipated With I dont cam a tt nt if the men do Ray boihoodif Hill Giove Can Rf Rflifh Upon Thu Kkron ball club won a game from Aint that liko a woman u nndlug Ploasuro by Obeying Two When you start out on a Columbia ami listening to thu I ords discuss I the Elizabethtowii club Saturday sS Lt to you come home on it Injunctions find tlieso thought suggested First II Tire fact that it h Impossible Io ascertain Wo regret very much to report Mif Isnt the money question the most ser Â¬ the quality of a bicycle by a casual rxamtna- Officers of the Primary News ious question in our Klilin Strand Mollie Hoard on tho sick list tills tion Uiould be a sufficient reason lor Inning a To the Sheriff of llrctkcnrldge county f If somebody ha I been wise would the week HELP TO MAKE OTHERS HAPPY Jno D V 0 Bsllage Editors and Proprittrs wheel with n reputation D Percy Taylor of Russellvillc was money question over have assumed the You are hereby authorized to notify There is no wheel that has lccn before the public so threatening tho following persons that they have proportions which now tlioguiBtofJlt Dowoll Saturday and WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1 1801 long none that stands or ever stood so high none so well been and are hereby appointed to act as Iure religion anil umlcrUcil before iot ami make it o danger to oveiy business anil Sunday guaranteed rione whoe guatantec is so substantial and so Mr Owiirgs of Wolf Creek was visit Â¬ financial interest in the country officers in tho primary elcctiou to be the Cither Jame I 17 Third liberally interpreted none so safe to buy as a Columbia No more succinct statement of what is If protected interests had maintain Â¬ ing his brother Ike Owingx Saturday held on tho 4th day of August 1811 in Wilt CclnmMas listed at 125 lew riders will lis to unwise as to larest la lower triads Mercies sential in the formation of a religious ed tho wise policy some of them adopted and Sunday their respective precincts viz character was over mado HutniNHiiuro No 1 Frank Deliaven about 1870 and If they had influenced MiwCora Brooks of Louisville was POPE MFG CO Cttttorti fir it oor ftrrncltt Wo are told in simplo language which their representatives In Congress to voto the guest of Miss Lillia May Shacklett judge Chas L Heard Judge G S Wll r inatitu iur i wo J ctnt utnp Uotton New York Chicago Hartford the humblest can understand that Gods for gradual reduction of tariff taxes isnt last week Stops Aro Being Mado to Stronglh- - son clerk T Carwile sherill The Ekron Boso Ball Club won anoth llAiiiiissiiuiai No 2 Elijah Hoard requirements are few that this life can it more than likely that Bllver monometal Â¬ en It In Many Important judge Milt Davis judgo j Lawrence XV bo made worth living and the other lism would never have attained the great er victory eaturday from the Woodland life anticipated with pleasure by obey- Â¬ importance now attached to it Miller clerk Chas 11 Miller sherlir Fourth Club Score 10 to 3 Particulars Agent Clovcrport Ky Miss Willie Shacklett of Hill Grovo No 3 Itbhard May ing two Injunctions namely IlAnniNsnuno being Arnt all tho to assaults upon credit judge Alvin N Skillman judge It A helpful to those who are struggling with and money the outcome of discontent was in town Wednesday the guest of Shacklett clerk Itichard Adkisson Jr adversity and keeping our souls clean and at the base of this discontent Miss Rena Shacklett A Comparison With Other Nations and wholesome Mr Lish Boudurant aud daughter ShcritT isnt the feeling that the agricultural proIf pure religion and undellled Ci ovEHmirr No 1 Virgil Hardin em Â¬ ducers and the consumers the country Miss Annie of Brandenburg were the Shows Us Up in a Poor MANHOODI nerTom RESTORED ot brain judge J D CJregory judge Chas H bodied in our daily actions will insure are unjustly and unequally taxed for tho guesta of Capt A E Guedry Sunday fuarsnted to cure WaietUneM dlneaeciiiicli as Weak Mpiuurr loaiNerrouf Kiulrtlnos Luit Manhood Nlxlitlr or Light H Organs ollber eexcauacd D Roberts of Ekron and her Mrs J netaalldralnanndloaor powprlnQcnorallTe uee of tobacco orlum or Mlm Skillman clerk Frank A Bevin sheriir the approval of God and if it consists in enrichment of a favoed few whoso fac Â¬ br orereiertlon youthful error eicemlra In doing all the good that lies io our power tories are in the east Justly or unjust- Â¬ guest Mrs J W Porter of Owensboro A Ci oveiuort No 2 J Barry alanuvblchlradtolnttnnltr Consumption or lnianllrCnn I e carried wo order with a Ttpoctet WlprrboxflforMA tr mall prepaid m ney Sold brail ly hasnt this aroused and stimulated a went to Jolly Station Saturday to visit 1 judge Julius Hardin judge It L New and in making for ourselves a record of srunrnnteelocurerrfund the rive a writtenfor It tako nnrthrr Wrim forfreeMedlf il nook aentaealrq ArifTV druzfiila Am COlasonlcTempleCllICAau THE VESUVIUS TRANSFORMED impregnable honesty then wo must feeling in the cot ten and wheat growing relatives Bam clerk J L Mocrmnn sheriff tuuuaiuiriHLiu InDllnwraDDor A AddreuNFlt VBSKKO JIAUT1N Jlrugglau ForaalelnCloTerportKjrby K FlSUEIlandbr 0 O agree that religion is indispensable and states agaiuut the east Tho entertainment given by Mies Lil Â¬ Cloveiii okt No 3 Jas T Skillman Fifth Is it in- Â¬ iudge F N DHuy clerk James M we can no more afford to live without it evitable that the Democratic party will ly M Shacklett in honor of tho Misses than wo can live without a roof ovtr our not fulfill its promises and if it does not Brooks of Louisville was greatly enjoy Â¬ Washimitov July 15 Tlio present Lewis sheriir is not a plunge Into a money campaign ed by all pn sent Steiiikxsiort J V Jairctt judgp heads or food for our table naval strength of the and prospective Miss Ella Daughrrty who has been C OlIwELl NO SQUEAKING dJaTtEr ISTHEBCST If the Church will pardon us for the before us Is it well for the country if XVLF United States In comparison with that SamI It Payne judge James Crawford criticism wo should like to say that it the coming congressional election and visiting her sister Miss Mamie for sev- Â¬ of foreign powers set forth in the report clerk SamI Cox Jr sherilf FRENCHENAMEUIDCAIT Union Stak Leon Cashman judge has taught men to look at life from the the next Presidential election are con- Â¬ eral weeks returned to her home at of the house committee on navnl affairs aaaaaal I t 435P nNECAlfKANGAROa wrong standpoint I aaaaaaKc No matter Owensboro last Wednesday Miss Ellas It tells us that we tested on tho money Issue just presented to congress by Chairman Jabez Haynes judge Courtland Crosson 435PP0LICE3Soles must believe certain doctrines before we how the struggle should end would it lovely disposition lias made her many Cummlngs Tho report states that the clerk John Avitt sheriff s2W0RKlNGHErj Mooieyvilie Frank Speak judge can lead a certain kind of life These not be fraught with evil to the substan- Â¬ friends here who regret her return home Committee have reluctantly concluded EXTRA FINE 15 very much doctrines aro of a complex character and tial interests of our country Manning judge McFrymir BOSCHO0lSH0ES And why not to recommend the construction of a John The wheat crop in Meade county is sharp controversy aritos If wo must be ask cant Democratic revenue reform- Â¬ LADIES new battleship because ot the depleted clerk Edwin Egart sheriir Weimter T B Henderson Judge lieve oeioro we can live men unless we ers save us from such a campaign by in thrashing out above the expectations of condition of the treasury It is urged LataHL however that there muit be no hnult in L II Adkisson judge Unfits St Clair believe wo cannot live and many a no- Â¬ sisting on the maintenance of the is uie the farmers Mr N B Dowell had SEND TOR CATALOGUE ble foul lias lost its grip on the higher of reform and by driving all protection- Â¬ thiry five acres that mado twenty five WL DOUGLAS building up the new navy England clerk Green Claycomb sheriir BROCKTON MASS Bkwikwii ie L A Foot judge life btcjuso it could not make tho doc- Â¬ ists from tho party And why cant bushels to the acre Mr P P Archer proposes says the report to begin sev I iou can aaTC moner lr purcuaalug llouslaa felinemanufacturer of Henry Head judge Chas Drury clerk trine intelligible or even reasonable they heed the popular demand for tariff sixty acres that averaged twenty bushel eral battleships of thu first class six Because we are tbe largest That is a misfortune of the gravest kind refonu and not stifie check or thwart it per acre adverllictl shoei In the world and guarantee cruisers of the second class and two Leu Stith sheriir lie value by stamping the came and price on Rev A N Whittingliill pastor of the Bid SiitiMi A It Morris judge N and one to bo greatly deplored When in any way Seventh If McKinleyism Bloops Italy with a depleted treasury the bottom which protects you against high prices aud tbe middlemans profits Our shoes is preparing to build three first class bat- Â¬ B Board Judge E W Jones clerk T the Church sajs to a man You must becomes u permanent institution in our Salem church near Ekron passed up on equal custom work in style easy fitting and accept this and that dogma and accept couutry wont Domocratic treachery have the noon train Saturday bound for New W Anderson slier ill wearing qualities We have them sold every tleships three cruisers VI torpedo boats Where at lower prices for the value given than Joo Sorshell judge J it with the shade of meaning which I as much to do witli it as Republican Albany whoro ho preached Sunday McDanieis and four transports any other make Take no substitute If your dealer eanuot supply j ou we can bom uy Geftiiany France and Russia are going M Parsons judge V E Rhodes clerk ascribe to it it makes religion too much policy Will not tho people who for He will tetti n Monday to Owensboro S L SULZER Cloverport Ky of an intellectual process while tho years have been hoping for relief from a where he had left his lovely young wife to even greater lengths to secure thu in It A Glasscock sheriir Hock Vaie Luther demons judge spiritual process is lost If a man rejects reduction of tariff soon bo lookingaround ho having been married in Louisville C M McGLOTHLAN CO crease of their navies Tho report read the dogma ho is apt to think that dogma for another method In viowof theeo facts it certainly would Chas Fisher judge E L Uoberthon Whats the re last Tuesday Wo extend to Bro Whit- Â¬ Union Star Ky is an essential element of religion where Â¬ ief cheapening money Eighth Isnt tingliill our heart felt congratulations not be safo for the United States to build clerk Geo Willis sheriff Bam Tow s Joe Mullin judge Thos as in very truth it Is nothing of thokiud there a striking contrast in the political no more battleships and cruisers With OWENSBORO CROSSING increasing prosperity the work should Oltyan judge Thos II Bates clerk That mistake may prove to bo total and situation of to day nnd that of eight OF his whole life may be blighted go on until the American navy is strong Dock Hawkins sheriff years ngo Mr Dow Pate is Improving CisTEi F B Lyons judge Daniel OrTtlu other hand when a man is Is our President an appreciable factor enough to stand all exigencies The Mr Jones has a very sick child sligbt incrcaso proposed by tho commit- Â¬ Trent judge Joel Pile clerk J D Pop told that sinco tills Is Gods world and in tho political situation 7 Is he as ho Items are scarce in this neighborhood Because mossbacks old fogies aud The last rain revived tho crops very he is Gods child ho must therefore seek was eight years ago the leader of his tee will certainly not burden the country ham sheriir their wuys aro things of the Capital Stock 25 000 past Grit push and enter Cliff Pile judge Fletc- Â¬ the approval of God by lit ing of service party Hudsoxviixe Is ho a factor at all with taxation during tho coming year Didnt much was a social at Mr Orums last Surplus 7 600 There prise have taken their sUnd and with renewed prosperity tho work her Mercer judge II C Garner clerk to his fellows encou aging the weak our own Cleveland force tho tariff issue Tuesday night Because wo meet the views of tho lifting up tho downtiodden defending upon his party and now that hes Presi Â¬ B F BEARD can bo continued in the future without W It Johnson shciili President Mrs George Mnson who lias been neonlo in nrices is improving WILL MILLER Vloe Preitdent overburdening tho nation The total iHcauso wo give inem tlio verv Pimples boils and other humors of tho oppressed setting nn example of dent again isnt it his place to hold the quite illWilson will teach Mies the school at M II BEARD Caahter uesi in quality loss of tho Kearsurgo leaves tho Hartford the blood are liable to break out in tho honorable dealing which will be at- Â¬ party to its pledges which he in Â¬ McGavocks school house Because we give the most for tho Admiral Farraguts flagship tho only warm weather Prevent it by taking tractive to others there is no room for duced them to make as the surest means Pisgah Sunday Schol will meet at tho QW BEAHD 1 least monoy MORRIS ESKRIDUK controversy and thu only debate possi- Â¬ ot returning to power Shall we exten- Â¬ Tar Springs next Sunday and spend tho Dire tor vessel in tho navy aside from tho frigate Hoods Sarsaparilla Because Big Spring is tho garden M JOLLY R ble is as to the best way of accomplishing uate and supposo ho has not been ablo day 8101 oi mo worm in liarirnliiM Constitution around which historic mem Â¬ Miss Ruby Ryan nttended the Normal iHcaiise no puoiic nnds everv- INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS tlieso results He may begin this work to Impress upon the Senators of his own ories cluster NEW BETHEL at Cloverpoit Miss Ruby will teach tho thiuir as represented without any dogmas whatever may not party a fulfillment of those pledges The committee in accordance with the Beech Fork school Because Big Spring and Jacob and know that there is such a document as a Havent we who have eyes to see wishes of the navy department have Misses Eliza and Pallie Dyer and Nan- Â¬ Items aro very scarce iueyer aro tlio greatest town creed in existence but you cannot deny and ears to hear a right to ask tho nie Huff of West View spent Wednes Â¬ recommended liberal appropriations for and firm in Breckenridge and Gardens are extra this season MrNewmans that ho is a loyal follower of tho Christ cause of this remarkable loss of power day at and Mrs her preservation and improvement be iiieuuH counties Mr Mrs Mary Barnes is on tho Bick list at Holdcrman of k Bt cause with cheapness wo givo Ho need not hesitate to carry bis pure Isnt it a change in Mr Clevelands own lieving that public sentiment demands III who havo been visiting their this writing noveay anu durability motives Ills uprightness his method it Tho committee have put into the Isnt his interest in tariff re Â¬ father Mr S D Bates1 have returned Because every wholesale house in I am so glad our Sunday school is pro- Â¬ to tho foot of tho Throne and need form as puro and anient as ever Su ely homo accompanied by Miss Maggie bill a clause providing for the naturaltue country seoks tlio advantage of our Cash Advanco System have no fear that ho will not bo wel ho beholds with disgust the situation Bates ization of alien sailors and marines on gressing so nicely Because we are konwn at home Tho dry hot weather has been broken comed by angelic hosts which he is helping to affect Hasnt be United States vessels w ho have served The Little Doctor anil through the country and Moreover ho cannot long pursue such abandoned the methods of his first term flvo consecutive years and havo been and wo are having line rains The great curative agent Electropoiso appreciated everywuere granted honorable discharges Tho sec There will not be more than a half a course without becoming in its best and hasnt he becomo a politician His rented two months for 15 sense a firm believer Ho mav not ac one great aim then was the confidenco of retary recommonded somo provision for crop of tobacco raised in this section Dont miss this opportunity of leasing the naturalization of aliens enlisted in Crops never looked better AVheat is cept all of tho Thitty nino Articles but tho people founded upon the fact that the most skillful physician in the State tho navy Similar provisions for tho nearly all stacked ready for tho machine that is of no conseq lence Ho will ac- Â¬ he was not a politician which enabled makes no errors gives no medicine but cept the general principles on which the him to appeal to the people against the naturalization of our merchant seamen does cure disease wlipre ull else fails Miss Martha Seaton was tho guest of Ky earthly career of Jesus was based and politicians Hasnt this change lessened and of enlisted men serving in tho army One thousand of these instruments will her niece Mrs Nunnlo Waggoner last the moral law which Ho Because wo have over 20000 already havo become laws proclaimed in his influence in Congress and In the bo worth of clothing shoes driss Sunday rented for the abovo nominal price sucli startling phrases that wo can hardly country Or else why all this fault- Â¬ j no repon o mo juogo auvocato gen goods carpertB furniture After this supply has been exhausted Mr Tommy Barnes found in a cave on resist calling it a revelation finding and from Democrats eral of tho navy calls attention to tho wall paper gioceries hard Ninth old terms which wero much higher will his fathers farm somo petrified bones of ware tinware saddlery China He will not only believe in a God who Had we better not talk more about true fact that aliens who havo served IO bo resumed Tho Electropoiso proves and glassware which we are rules tho world wisely and justly and in Democracy and less about tho miseries years in tho United States navy have a wild animal its worth by its works Read the follow putting now before the peoplo POSITIONS GUARANTEED Mr and Mrs Lee Walls and two little a Providence which overlooks the exper Â¬ of tho Republican party no opportunity to become citizens had at and below cost to make ing letters which give testimony of its of the United States In reporting this laughters Julia and Carrie were the iences which come to each ope of us but under reatonablo conditions Our FKRK 96 pass Tenth If wo send the Hon David It room for our fall ami winter merit catalogue will eiolaln why we can afford It goods Dout uiissti 1 oppor- Â¬ provision tho committee expresses the guesta of Mr and Mrs Mary Barnes and will perforce reach tho conclusion that Murray to Congress will he help re Draogiions Practical Business College tunity as every article in tho Irvinn Ky Feb 7 189L opinion that some steps should be taken family last Sunday this God has arranged affairs in a father trieve In part tho mistakes that have house ib sold at great reduced NASHVILLE TENN Write or catalogue Dear Sirs 1 was very much pleased ly way been made and will the retracing of tho toward encouraging tho enlistment of Mrs Mary Barnes went to Hnnlliis figures Call and examine Bookkeeping Shorthand Penmanship and Tde- When he is seeking for an ideal life steps be made easit r and will he help with your reply to my letter of January American sailors There are several burg last Monday to attend to her broth and be convinced vvo spena more money in ine interest or ox KinploymentUepartinent than half the Uuslness bills before the committee which havo er Thomas Seaton who was picked up thu best conceivable life the lifo after this second administration from being a JO Such candor ia not to be found oncces axe in as tuition 41 weeks bv our metrmii teaching book keeping is equal to 12 weeks bribe If so lets send hira trusting among quacks It give mo more faith this object in view and which it is by the road nearly helpless She is glad which it would bo perfectly safe to failure old Dlan II teachers 60O students past rear no hoped may become laws to say that she found him convalescent model his own he will find it in tho hoping he may bo the leader of the in you and your Electropoise I will vacation enter anv time Chxap Uqakd Wi have recently prepared book especially adapted to Christ and tho record of it in tho New Democratic majority and that he may rent it and take tho chances of being In accordance with tho suggestion of and able to go home at Jollys station HOME STUDY Yourp truly Testament That great example will act not only in tho tone of a leader cured tho secretary of tho navy the committee Sent on 60 days trial Write us and etplatn impress itself on his mind and his politically but as a Mom h to lead the your wants NU Wepay 5 cash for all va E A McUluiie recommends that he be authorized to GARFIELD cancies as book keepers stenographers teachers uso for tho construction for one addi- Â¬ respect for the Nazareno will grow to ad- Â¬ children within sight of realization of clerks etc reported to us provided we fill same In tho letter to which Mr McClure tional cruiser of the Vesuvius type tho miration and his admiration will in- Â¬ the promised land lead them from tho Mr E Gray and wife of Custer wero ovlls which his party inherited as a refers we stated to him that his disease crcaso until it becomes worship 150000 appropriatedby tho act of March WHARFMASTERS visiting their son last week 2 1889 for the construction of three torFurther than this ho will eee at a nateiui legacy from three decades of was of such a nature that we could not Miss Kula Itichardsou is the guest of glance assure him of a cure even with tho CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY pedo boats to cost altogether not more that there is a right and a wrong Republican administration Electropoiso but there was a chance than 50000 Uy tho act of March J her cousin Mrs Abo Richardson in the universe He does not know how Also Wholesale and Retail Dealers In SOLICITING FOR and certainly nothing else would do him HIGH PLAINS Mrs Minnie Bell of Marlon county ovil originated neither does ho care 1813 500000 was appropriated for build It good if the Electropoise failed This Yellow Pine Flooring and Ceiling Protective is sufficient that it exists and that he ing a Bubmarino boat The committee Is the guest of her parents this week Shingles Laths Lime second letter received a few days ago Farmers aro very busy on the plains Mrs Sarah Bruner Custor was the must avoid it If possible recommends that the secretary bo auis plain to It AND Cement Hair Brick thorized to uso this l 00000 for a torpe- Â¬ guest of Mrs Lizzie Skaggs last week him that the right enlarges tho soul aud Mr W T Norris attended church at shows that wo wero mistaken and that Doors Sash aad Blinds his case though pronounced hopeless Collection Agency do boat Big Spring last Sunday Miss Annie Johnson of Bewleyville is makes it strong healthy and happy was not so when the greatest of all reme and alt kinds or Building Tho committee further recommends visiting relatives in this section at while the wrong hampers his action and Material Mr Henry Sipes wont to Custer last dies was applied THIS IS NO HUMBUG that authority bo given to tho secretary Mr F M Skaggs was the guest of his makes him cowardly It docs not tako Sunday to attend church Sole Agents for to transform tho United States steamer sister Mrs Fiorenco Board last Thurs- Â¬ long then to discover that it Is always Mr 0 0 Martin and family attended Irvine Ky Juno 10 1S0L Homestead Fertilizare and Troy BIG PAY bettor even though it bo at great cost church at Custer Vesuvius Into a torpodo cruiser if in his day TO THE RIGHT Dear Sirs lam well pleased with the last Sunday Bona Meal to maintain tho right than to surrender opinion such transformation will add to Mr S E Norris visited his brother Electropoiso Havo thoroughly tested it Mr and Mrs John Haynes were tho the efliciency of thevessel for naval pur guesta of Mr J W Man and wife last to tho wrong Headquarters BOWLING GREEN KV by four months use and found that It Orders acooinpanlned with the eaih promptly near Big Spring last Sunday Once more ho sees that no man con poses has dono all and more for mo than you filled Itev Buchanon Haynes of Garfield Saturdy plotes his work in this Jlfe and as visited Mr TJiis will givo a total of four now tor- Â¬ Clarence Hardaway last said it would A friend who has been Wulto a crowd attended tho picnic at incompleteness Is an anomaly In a pedo boats and if the Vesuvius is week and was to preach at Drains watching its effects on mo came this this placo last Saturday All enjoyed wisely governed world he reaches changed flvo tho school house but declined because of morning and asked mo to gend for one conclusion that beyond the confines of the protracted meeting Tho roport summarizes thu items of themselves immensely for her Yours truly at Custer Mrs Nancy I Hook of Hardinsburg tho present there mutt be a future that appropriation for tho new navy Tho E A McCmjhk ov KNOW uiu was visiting her parents Mr and Mrs death la only another name for change total is 125280000 which is an advanco That High Plains can boast of the on last year but a considerable decreosa Or Skaggs lost Wednesday and that ho has nothing to dread when prettiest girls InBreckenridgo count Puuois Wkuii 609 Fourth Ave from tho estimates of this year Tho That Big8prlng Is getting tough Mr and Mrs Georgo Hook of liar that change comes COPYRIGHTS Louisville Ky CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT t For main Item of decrease is 4000000 for dinsburg wero tho guests of her brother That it has not rained on the Plains He bogan by living a good life but Our Gem ShlrU have arrived choice armor plato which is 2500000 less Mr Nathaniel Bruner lost Saturday imli Aw HflilmiB I i BrB while living it ho has gradually acquired sinco spring That we havent had a picnic this sum Â¬ 60 cents at Babbagea than tho etlniate a series of beliefs which constitute his Mr Zollard Board and wlfo and little ooatgninrTttatm and Vow to X mer tola lawn seat free BiTmhanT leaj and aciantlno books a atln Ot Ayers Ague Cure is a vegetable pro- daughter ltunio of Custor wero tho creed It is not the creed of the Church That the Dhkckenpidgb News is the ml ratanu Uses tbrouaa Mann A Co rxavlrn nut It is cmlte sufficient for all his pur Â¬ best paper In the State guests of hor parents last Sunday duct and Is a never failing remedy for all orTC rpffi poses No Church can afford to roject JatMtnvvwwr 1H1S PIMlniia frigs mat you sliould tako the Nicira malarial diseases Warranted Wo understand thatMrForest Haynes J Bat T him for ho stands where St James stood of Horned lias the contract for teaching SUV Third Party Candidate The Truthful Camera when lio wrote the words of our text tho fall term of school at Porrina school I BlaMla ateAM Bums Kv July 21 1891 Deak house The Engineer otaervea that a camera and where Christ stood when Ho preach- Â¬ Is supposed to be a machine that will Ewtob Please print this or the poor ed the Sermon on the Mount TtwM KiStitnaM limii t old lulra Party and oblige your frioucl mvnn x cu mm tohk He has la bis soul all the essentials of not lie but from some points of view Cholly This is my grandmothers iwr- fiubjwt Third Party B A Tucker a vital religion is equipped to live and especially the perapeetlve It etretehee trait and I an thought ts have soma of a trial of youx Z ewuikkte tor County Awesaor Henry her feature prepared lor Iwt8lity--Ne- w York truth till it uraek some A view of aa AtUM ntfOVRTAIN OUNC 9 G m won pom mrtt I snitiae from the back cylinder Pkaaadidate tor County Court Cleric j Hie Adored Yes I see a titotig r Henthl known It Mob Qhotga Mercer candidate for aewbhuiee fcetweaa her eyebfews aae tnEMCDYfcr ntakee it look about 800 feet leag whit hArti UJM M1C Cotiaiy JtMbe Dr PrlM4 II yon art moit ear jalMioffapbed beta PmhUt atUawiufcrooin yow wuetnaha Owe a Week Keafiectfully ET call m t liama a 4 IjvmU kite 4oor loolia like a Mil way luiuwl Rpyl Powder SX Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE Breckenridge 03UOVRRPORT StY EKRON tmNmmmmmommmtimmm -- 4 k rfcn 1 OURJAVY rmMA 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