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JjAttiafcfa riul lj J r- - ra n m ar - XjjH fJiM yrfiff JtflirJtnairijimriiaimgini if imyjW- - WAj m ij THE VOL XIX Ur i BRECKENRIDGE NEWS iiii CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY 2 AUGUST 8 1894 5 NO 3 p t His Record He Vnnwajcit what hes rnnnln for Tor what tho ollicc scekln They tar he went plum through the war Hut went a streakln I SIROCCO Erastusson of J F Miller vltli typhoid fever week Mrs Hudspetl is visiting her son at Tip Top expect to bo gono n month Jack Harrington of Garrett was buy Â¬ ing lambs in this vicinity last week Mr D S Neafus and family are visit Â¬ ing his daughter Mrs Luander Bruuer of Hawesville this week Mrs Albert Morgan after a siego of nearly threo months is now thought to be convalescent John Royal of Tennessee and John Thoruns of Hancock county spent sev- Â¬ eral days last week with J K Wiles and family Mrs S J Elder little son and daught Â¬ er of Wolf Creek are spending this week with her parents Mr and Mrs Vm Bow ley Wash Rhodes of near JJrandenburg was in our neighborhood Inst week look- Â¬ ing around for hogs to feud his wheat to Born to tho wifo of James King of Paynesvillc the 24th ult a lino son weighing 15 pounds Geo whizl Breck- Â¬ enridge can you beat it Misses Carrie and Katio Buzby of Hardinsburg Frankle Conway of Fruit Ridgo Blanche Fryuiire and Mrs Dr Milnor of Preston attended the baso ball game at Paynesvllle the 21et ult There was no boast of heraldry or pomp of power about the Preston boys when they dono tho Fontaine Fields up at Paynesvllle They have been taught in a school where good manners is one of the principlo branches of study and llko Gray of old they are prono to muse The paths of glory lead but to the grave Dr OBryan was at homo and witness ed the game of ball Thoy havb a hustler in the Preston A jim club to tlio tune of Bruner dandy player and a fine looking fellow The free ferriage from Haynes Land- Â¬ ing to Mauckport tempts somo of our people to take a glide over the beautiful Ohio every week The ferryman plies his barque between tho two ports threo times a week Monday Friday and Sat- Â¬ urday Mrs Warmotli who resides between here and Brandonburg and who has been alllictcd for sometime with a com Â¬ plaint that baflled the skill of all local physicians was relieved from her suffer- Â¬ ing the 25th ult by deathss harvest A number of physicians met at her homo before tho body was entombed in tho family burying ground on the home place and disccted tho stomach finding the coating entirely gone The tract of land on Doo Run Creek containing 580 acres including the Old Oakland Mill and the Sulphur Well where so many peoplo gather through tho summer season especially Sunday evenings to wilo away the sultry mo- Â¬ and ments in pleasant conversation drink from the health giving overflowing fountain of sulphur water has been transfered by deed to W D Colemau it Co 3004 is the price paid for the en- Â¬ tire property A now roof was to have been put on the large stone building last weok It now stands n foundation for some now enterprise in tho near future I with Mrs Barnett of Evansvillo vis- Â¬ ited tho grave of her mother on the old homestead whoro she Mrs Barnett was born and reared and where I after Â¬ wards passed the golden days of child Â¬ hood my father having moved to Meade from near Loxington when I was quite small The marble slab that cov- Â¬ ered tho box like tomb of Mrs Daniel M Jones Mrs Barnetts mother is brok- Â¬ en the brick incascment having crumb- Â¬ led to earth Tho occasion called up reminiscences from tho sanctuary of How vividly the memories casket beautiful illustration in poetic stylo by that gem of authors Mrs Felicia Her Â¬ mans in her Graves of a Household rolled up before us And parted thus they rest who plad Â¬ i is very low part He always took hit country When needln a defender He topped hi ears an give three cheera At Lees surrender I When other fellera dodged at home An folks was mil n gunnln lie left one lejr upon the field He broke It runnln 1 Miss Annlo Jones visited her sister Mrs Chns Kirk of Mauckport last An now hes out for congress square Although youd never think it They hive the best o liquor there An he kin drink It I Atlanta Constitution K 6V5 PASSEDJWAY Hon Joo Holt Died at His Homo in Washington on tho First Inst A rativo Breckenridge Countian in Who Figured Conspicuously United States History DURING PERILOUS TIMES ri if - Judgo Joseph Washington Aug Holt who was Judgo Advocato General of the army and at ono timo acted as Secretary of War died at Ills residence iS this eity to day His death was due indirectly to a fall sustained a few days ago but to which he paid littlo atten Â¬ tion Judge Joseph Holt was born in this county January 0 1897 and received his education at St Josephs College Bards town and Centre College Danville He began the practice of law at Elizabeth town in 1828 Removing to Louisville in 1832 ho was attorney for the Jefferson circuit until his departure for Fort Gib- Â¬ son Miss in 1833 Hero ho speedily attained prominence in his profession and in a speech made in favor of liichard M Johnson in the national Democratic convention in 1830 his reputation as an orator was established Ho was frequent- Â¬ ly opposed to tho celebrated lawyer SerÂ¬ geant S Prentiss and was counsel for tlio city of Vicksburg in the famous suit involving the claims of tho heirs of Hewft Vlck to the laud along the river front of that city Holt returned to Louisville in 1842 afterward took a trip to Europe and upon his return was appointed Com Â¬ missioner of Patents by President Buch- Â¬ anan He became Postmaster General in 1859 and when John B Floyd with Â¬ drew from the Cabinet in 1900 heassum 4l charge of tho War Department He co operated with Gen Scott in providing against hostile demonstrations at the in- Â¬ auguration of Lincoln in 1801 and in a report afterward published described the plot made to seize the Capital While he had been a Douglas Democrat Judgo Holt now gave his earnest support to the Administration and upheld tho Union cause everywhere He was subsequently made Judge Ad Â¬ vocato General of the army by President Lincoln was one of tho Commissioners appointed to investigate claims against the Department of the West bore a con- Â¬ spicuous part in various courts martial and commissions and acted as Judge Ad Â¬ vocato General at tho trial of Booth Mrs Surratt and others implicated in the assassination of Lincoln March 13 1806 he was brevetted Major General of tho United States army for faithful and meritorious services and December 1 1875 was retired at his own request Since that time he has resided in Wash Â¬ ington D 0 Judge Joe Holt was an uncle of Mrs W H Bowmer of this city and Col W Ho was also closely D Holt of Holt related to the Sterrett family Hancock county Military funeral services were held at Washington The remains were then brought to Holt in this county by Messrs WD Holt and W G Sterett They arrived last Sunday and funeral services were conducted by Be v I B Timber lake of New Albany Ind in Holt Mem- Â¬ orial Chapel tho beautiful little church that Gen Holt had himself built and given to his home peoplo a few years ago Tho remains were laid to rest in tho Holt family cemetery 1 roml six inlkH north of Lexington Tho beautiful meandering stream Elkhorn completely forms an 8 and is spanned by a lengthy Iron bridge just below the gate that enters his enco beautiful home Â¬ steadalas tho reverses that life 19 heir to claimed his fortune and others nro enjoying tho wealth ho expended on u model race farm He had been bother Â¬ ed with agents of ono kind and another until ho could endure them no longer He had a nice sign board put up at his gnto at tho public road bearing tho fol- Â¬ lowing inscription artistically painted in bold typo Nothing but a good race horso want Â¬ ed Book agents lightening rod agent agents for the nalo of patent medicines went on to enumerate quite a number too numerous to mention here are for Â¬ Ono day bidden to enter my premises a wag in tho shape of lightening rod agent drove along and after carefully perusing the inscription deliberately opened tho gato nnd drove up to the house nnd hallowed tho Major out Tho pompous old gentleriian slowly wended his way with a how dare you express ion on Ills face to where tho ngont was serenely sitting on the box and demand Â¬ ed in stentorian tones Didnt you seo To that notice to agents at tho gato which the daro dovil laconlcly replied I saw you wanted a good raco horse Where is it inquired tho Major On tho offside suggested tho agent Tho Major stepped around to tho off side of tho team nnd feasted his eyes twas but a second till his whole frame was In convulsions Peal after peal of laughter rended the air A walking skeleton stood before him tho poorest leanest piece of horse flesh he had seen sinco ho figured In the civil war When ho had sufficiently recovered from his paroxyism of mirth ho snid to the agent Youll do come in and tako a drink with mo I feel safe in saying that tho agent wont nway happy for the Major kept an assortment of the very best and was no ways niggardly in dealing it out to tlioso ho honored with a seat at his festive board Â¬ Like a ship without a rudder is a man or n woman without health and the necessary strength to perform the ordi- Â¬ nary duties of life When tho appetitb falls when debility and a disordered condition of stomach liver kidney and bowels nssall you tako Ayers Sarsapa rilla CLIFTON MILLS Mr Henry Cary is sick Mrs John Hatfield is better Miss Annio Jordan is on tho sick list Rev Frank Quinn of the seminary is spending some time with us Mrs Joseph Adkisson and threo chil- Â¬ dren were visiting in Owensboro last week Littlo Dollie Claycomb and brother Crayton Ottie Mercer and Jasper Head spent Saturday and Sunday with Erlo and Ernest Head Mr II C Hadock had tho unpleasant duty of driving an unruley horso to church Sunday it refused to oboy tho command get up there We hope Miss Blanche Basham will soon bo nblo to be out She has typhoid Miss Blanche has been employed fover to tench the Walnut Grove school All Hall I such timely words from Preston Duo rdverence to the trustee of our public schools I Tako warning Oil I ye teachers lest ye are not respect- Â¬ ful lleneath the same green tree - The graves of my near relatives are Only tyvo scattored far and wido sleep beneath Meade countys sod Truly the old homo aint what it used to bo sad changes have made it forlorn The stranger has mado It a wreck of tho past The article in week before last issuo of the News headed He was a hustler reminded mo of a joke a lightning rod RHODELIA agent In Fayetto county played on Major McQUADY Barrett G Thomas at that time 10 or 12 Miaa Eva Roberts is visiting friends years ago a wealthy race horse owner Miss Emma Wheatley of Rock Lick near Vine Grove previously Sheriff of Fayetto county is visiting relatives at this place MIm Grace Barger of Montana is vis- Â¬ Tho Major had a flno farm woll stocked Mr Samuel Jolly gave a party last iting in our midst at present the best bloodborderlng Russle turnpike Saturday night and all report a nlco timo Mr Tom Facklor of Paynesvllle at Â¬ MrsWllllo Connel and two little dill tended church at Flint Island Sunday Miss Sue Payne of Qwensboio is visdron of Henderson aru the gucsU of Mr Don Rush iting relatives and friends in this vicin Â¬ Miss Florence Lewis of Cloverport ity - uLgW--lwaa the guest of her cousin Miss Lela Mr John Ray is having his house re Â¬ A BAD WRECK Jolly last weok paired and la getting along nicely with of the constitution mar follow In the track Miss Ella WieatIoy has so far recov- Â¬ it of a dbonleied iyrtem flue to Impure blood Misa Helen Pollock of Guaton has or Inactive Uer Dr Dont run the rkkl ered from her recent illness that she Is Pierce Golden Med Tha proprietor of etumed home alter a visit of several leal Discovery take nil the chance Tbey able to return home ward offer to return your wetika make a etralfutf or Mrs Martha Voils and children of Miss Eva Roberta entertained quite a money If their remedy fall to benefit or cure Bowling Green are visiting her brother In all disorders ami atectiorui due to impure Jolly little prow d Sunday livening All blood or InaoWva liver Ttie germ of dleease Mr Frederick WheatheWord and family reiwrt a nice timet circulate through tlio blood the liver b thai Miss Jettnle McGary haa returned from to enter or Quite a crowd attended a dance at Mr filter which permit the gene Wood pure Louisville where she haa been to have The HvT active Haydena Saturday Every not youeecape dUease and the Charlw ami her eyes doctored She k but little im- Â¬ M report a splendid time When youre run down debilitated weak Miwes Sue Daisy Ilallie and Mr Jim and your weight below a healthy standard proved Pnviw ware the earn of Mr John Kay you regain health strength and wholeeotne The tanners la tills neighborhood are ieah by li4tle Discovery- - It build up mm family Saturday and Sunday Ike body feeler than nauseaUng Cod liver about dene threshing wheat and the Little Mice B11U WamHuf baa return 10K1 r vMnWioue very goad Mr J W Wright ed borne from Quetoa mmI we are ewe t TbeM woitfdtVt be twy ciumot Gbrwtt Cav yfeld wm were glad ft hv bT ltenk C eeiryoM mmi Dtt iege1 Remedy threebed fratn thirteen aeeee 968 bueh bar of 0 Imeliefc te Ik eertV ele Ah aye I St Ineerehto eeee IMtewtrsl tar Â¬ Mr Joseph Adkisson has really begun bawling cross ties His many friends are anxiously watching the result of his labors Wo all know Joo does not relish such work Tho sad news comes to us that Mrs A F Head tho widow of tho lato Wm N Head is quite sick at her daughters Mrs Coxs in Corydon her son Mr Henry Head is also sick at the same place Their many friends hope for their recovery J M Fitch has tho honor of following more professions than any other man in our midst First he is our clover P Mat this place and always-- gives out our mall with a smiling face that does ono good to behold Second lie has tho honor of being tho trustee of the city school along with two other gentlomon of our coun- Â¬ try and last but not least ho is certainly Longiollowa ideal black smith Weok in weok out you can hear his bellows blow etc Eemarks Regarding- - Education Kiiitor Nkws Last November I wrote After nn Illness of threo weeks of ty Â¬ a brief letter to your valuable paper on phoid fover Ollvo White son of Dr W the Bubjcrt of education and ngnln I ask B White passed nway at 733 West space for a few more remarks on tho Walnut in tills city Tho remains wore rnmo subject laid to rest In Cavo Hill August 1st 04 It affords mo great pleasure to think Ollvo was n bright boy just entering and writo of educational matters al Â¬ into manhood and was tho pride of his though I can writo but little and am father sister and brother who are nil an are that my remarks are very scatter Â¬ that Is left of a happy family No more ing on earth will wo seo our loved ones gen Â¬ Within the past eight or ten months ial smile nor hear his volco Ills labors there has been somo excellent work bONT ACCEPT IMITATIONS hero were not finished his work was published iu your columns on education Â¬ thc mocTcn a gamble co arm undone Ho was cut down in the prime al matters Especially do I wish to emphasize tlio of life But we should not mourn ns thoso without hope Wo should look letter from Mr Gray and the ono from I forwanl to tho bright resurrection morn- Â¬ Tobinsport Such letters in my estima- Â¬ tion are purely inestimable to tlio pro- Â¬ ing when friend will again meet friend when father and son brother and sister gress of tho rising generation of the R n pair Just for fun Mens socks 3c So 1 will all bo united and sad partings will Commonwealth of Kentucky I 2 00 most earnestly appeal to the teachers indeed bo no more Ladies Tan Shoes for OSc worth G All was done that loving hands could and others who will write on education U 00 Ladies Tine Slippers for 1 00 worth do to prolong his stay on this earth but to write more to tho columns of good I H 750 One Lot Children Slippers for IUo worth he who docs all things for the best had papers aud try to encourage tho minds N i5o Ono lot llnby Shoes for ltlc worth A a higher calling for Ollie and while of tlio people especially tho youug peo Â¬ A lire Ladies Vests for 5c worth loved ones mourn here let them bo com- Â¬ plo on educational matters V A great many say I would be pleased forted by the thought that Olllu is happy Ko Ladies Vesta for 14c wortli on tho other shore with loved ones and to write to papers if I only knew what oOc Ladies Vests Lisle thread for 19c worth Is awaiting tiieir coming to write I must admit that I am In R Olive was well known In your city his about the same condition but tlio ques- Â¬ tion with me is will we over learn to former home but ho is now Walking the hlghwaS of heaven express our thoughts in writing if wo HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS Which friends before him line trod always refuse to make an effort in that Illsbeantlful hands now arc beckoning direction Us home to the clly of God So let every teacher especially In tills How shall we wait till we meet thee county try earnestly to advance educa Â¬ How must we earn for the day When aw ay from the gloom and the darkness tional matters by continually writing to 25c Ono Lot Lakiea Whito Aprons for 10c wortli O V We too will be called away tho leading paper of tho county nnd If Wool Chnllie desirable patterns for 10c worth -- 5c Tlio writer knowing this noble youug tlio editor should grow tired of publish- Â¬ A man begs to thus briefly lay a slmplo trib- Â¬ ing our work I for ono am in favor of One Lot Shepherds plaid Cotton Worsted for Jc R Mrs G B Shaw ute to Ills memory the teachers of this county lorming an 20o worth I educational publishing company for the R Ayers Hair Vigor is cleanly agree Â¬ benefit of tho teachers and tho good that 20c One Lot Dark Mulls for 10c worth I able beneficial and safe It is the most others might derive from same Let Kcmnnnts Calico 3c yard C elegant and tho most economical of every teacher student farmer legislator By its uso ladies and every one olso in Kentucky bo toilet preparations Y can produce an abundant growth of hair awake on educational matters aud Kencausing it to becomo natural in color tucky in a short timo will come to the lustre and texture Ky GEO YEAKEL CO front with other lending States Young readers if we over expect to HARNED occupy honornblo positions iu life we must educate ourselves Of course I Mr Simmons of Webster is visiting allude more particularly to book edu- Â¬ 1 T trTVTTTT WW T T T T T T rr TTyyTT tTTTl Peyton Scott cation but will admit that nil education Geo Gray began school Monday Aug is not altogether obtainable through tho 1 at Germantown medium of books However it matters Miss Maggie Shipley of Howes Val- Â¬ not what occupation wo expect to fol- Â¬ 1 WE ARE ley Is visiting Miss Maggio Goodman low I claim that wo cannot follow it w itliout first SOLE AGENTS Lafc Davis has recently built a veran- Â¬ pleasantly and successfully da which is quito an improvement to his obtaining a good book education IN THIS COUNTY Always keeping in view the tho old Vjy house adage If at first youdont succeed try FOR THE SALE Jonas Gray nnd wife have beon in wo will doubtlessly bo Hudsonvillo for somo time vlsitlne their try again and successful I shall expect my ignorance children on tho subject nnd this 111 composed Quite a number of Harneds courting letter to bo sulliciont apology for the circlo have been attending church at Mt writing of this uninteresting letter Zion this week MK A vi it Miss Maggio Goodman hns returned Lodiburg Ky July ISO 1S91 from Howes Valley where sho has been visiting relatives and friends LODIBURG John Tucker of West Viow tho Re- Â¬ Rov Frank Quinn filled his regular publican candidato for sheriff was in appointment at Walnut Grovo on Inst town Friday treating the boys Saturday and Sunday On Sunday Rov Quality Purity Jack Belt of color stuck a nail through McDermont of Louisville preached for foot and is serious- Â¬ Brother Quinn and ho give us a flno his shoe and into his Unexcelled Recommend- Xw ly ill from it It may provo fatal ed by loading physi- Â¬ sermon rathor historical but very inter Â¬ cians Frank Haynes has been visiting in esting and instructive to tlioso who love Brother McDermont spent Bewleyville and it Is said he was filiat Â¬ to learn ing with tlio Tory party and all was soveraldaya in tho neighborhood Ho h c is in the mission work and we do not Victoria AsT x Wliulisalc nnd Retail DlUKKiils Ttlf JT who is grading the think a more suitablo person for the Arthur Goodman BRANDENBURG KY county roads in Hardin county was at work could bo found Qn last Sunday evening my spirata ma ajaaaajaaaaa aaajajaj immediately mado homd last week and being below par I concluded to pay thu way for the Falls of Rough Walnut Grove cemetery a visit to clioer Robt Woatherford has boon down on mo up a little In looking over tho thoO FofR and G R railroad at Â¬ monuments and tombstones I found that J 0 BOURNE DANIEL BROOKS J M IUlUEll tending to the bUvo business of Bergon tho first person buried there was Iluldah of Louisville for eovernl Meehen wife of Nelson Burr died July Lo 1851 days Just 40 years ago Bhe slept there all CO BROOKS BOURNE C W Downs president of the Batch alone But not so now in theso few Society who is attending tho Nor- Â¬ years sho has 153 others with her In elor 10 there has been mal college was at homo Saturday at-Â¬ tho short timo of years Grovo In tho 154 buried at Walnut official business tending to his next 40 years how many will there bo County Supt Andrew Driskol has re- Â¬ God aloue knows turned homo from Cloyorport where ho CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP has beon assisting Prof Logan in the Cloverpor Normal and reports quite a LOUISVILl f KY BOURBON STOCK YARDS Death of Olivo White Ixhisvimk Kv August 2 18l hJXIScmp V 992 roofoPURE o BEATS THEM ALL w E T O E S o F L T E HI W P E E T Â¬ S Brandenburg V 1 y-y- -y Tf i fg Sk t JR SSS JvQV Zb I t S If t Jf and l CSV m lW i nsriEviTT A g-otto-i- v HARPER Commission Salesmen of Live Stock success I B Payne and Miss Eula Rlchardsoni and Dave and Ilettlo Meyer and Ed Mc Guflln attended a musical entertainment at Mr night Henry Moormans Monday NEATS BEATS tw AMI j aTWO separate schools under one management BOWLING GREEN Business Golk J f-- SOUTHERN Thoso that attended Quarterly meeting at Mt Zion were Mr nnd Mrs Ilnrnod Miss Maggie Goodman Miss Maggio Shipley Forest Haynes I B Payne Goo and Steve Gray Ed McGuflln and Dave Meyer V B Burton met uncle Geo Mercer ESTABLISHCD IN 18TB DHBMIIK SARSAPARILLA BEST BLOOD PTJBIFIEB in txih worn Compounded of nature great Â¬ est curative herbs Successful for 20 years In the cure of all diseases arising from impure blood Ask for Ncats and take no other COLLEGE GREEN BUSINESS D0WL1T Tr ihilnrr Srlinnl n thaSnulh iiiWit Tlnln Book Keenlnir Shorthand Telegraphy 1 1 pe Wilting and Ienmanshlp Pupils can enter at any time Send lor catalogue Addrosi ExVMentlon Course dsslrod I I 1 SOUTHERN NORMAL rnnluh SCHOOL Teachers anil Classic bcicntilic Courses Music Art and 1 locution nrrwMmi I fur Low rates o board and tuition bend lor I catalogue CpnUT BR03 Prop Bowling Oroen Ky J a on fair and honorable terms horo Wed Â¬ nesday night and after four hours of1 eloquent discussion between the two noted political orators they agreed to let politics rest in peace while they re i posed RATES E C aMSB11 rW PtR DAY The most centralis located Hotel In Ihocltu There was quite a crowd hero Friday for tho purpose of organizing and consti- Â¬ tuting a Baptist church and of course their work was a success This Is tho only church wo have in this place and beyond all doubts tholr entire work will prove to be beneficial and everlasting Neats Sarsaparllla is for talo by A R FISHER Druggist Cloverport Ky j johnson MANAQCR JPEEDY tmrl LASTING BESDXTS fTlwSrlriftlJJ Viy Lisa upovine iievgib CURE or refund tour montr Irlc asOOvar bottle Stndj c lor trssllis WKMONT aUUUOAI CO Boston Mas W GUARANTEE JFAT PEOPLE from any Injurious J BSasaasaaiasMaBMiiwaaaManHBiMBaMiMaaaHaBasH SjftfS IouisSlle Ky NEW BETHEL Weather warm and dry Threshing wheat Is the order of thai day Mr Horace Squires spent the day at Mr J S Barnes last Monday Miss Martha Seaton spent part of one day last week with Mrs Richard Ad kltson Mrs Qornella Miller MOST IN QUANTITY BE8T IN QUALITY WORMS i Z lt WHITES CREAM dan and daughter gueets oMIB Mary Barneekat Saturday Dr PriM Mrs Jabe Jor-Â¬ MUw Cora were the 5 Hailed nil WORM Remedies 5 f EVERY IOTTLEMMrUNTEEI9 VERMIFUGE FOR SO YEARS ISLBTCAIlHWJieTi KMtuamr bSSSVm ft t mch j fa -- Try Babbages T 5Qcv r ShiM jSr iO VW jfir Crete UtUmg I a Aimi yX ft fi Werisfa PeW rNcejeet Meeel eeat I TPWwpwIJl THE BRROKRNRIDGE NRWS Breckenridge Jno D V rommrHSkMmutmm T iBKaiiMHPn News nl Prcprlitn 1891 The war between China and Japan HARDINSBURG 0 Btlg Cdltor WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8 Bnbicrlptlon If Pld Tear in AdTince Price 8100 at the End of the Tear 1135 SIX PAGES we iia ve ryA jimmies Tariff laws aro like drinking men A man in normal health takes n drink of whisky and he is unnaturally stimulated for a time His blood flows fust and his mind is exceedingly bright and active As the effects of the liquor begin to wane tho reaction comes and ho is drifting back to a lower ebb than ho was beforo ho took tho drink Ho then takes anoth- Â¬ er drink which revives him onco more If this is continued tho drinks must be larger and moro frequent At last tho machinery of his system becomes wearied at being run at such an unnatural rapid paco and ho completely breaks down nervously or in other words wo have a caso of the jlmmicB The parity is this Tho business of a country is running on a natural normal basis A tarifT law is passed a drink taken as it were and immediately tho business of protected Industries receives All tho an unnatural stimulation wheels of commerce turn rapidly for a time but the reaction is sura to come Competition becomes great in the pro-Â¬ continues to wago with fury In three LH W TIME TABLE encounters at sen and ono on land tho OOIXO WRIT Chinese havo been defeated witli great toss It is not thought however that Panenger Daily arr llardlnibnrgUiIJ pm OOIHO AST China can overpower this can last Japan with numbers it nothing else and Paneniter Dally arr Hardlnibarc 7i40 atn tho ultlmato result of tho war is almost Mr Anion Kinchcloo is on tho sick certain to bo a defeat for Japan list Mrs J A Witt is visiting near ltos The only troublo with Davo Murray etta was that ho didnt havo votes enough Mr Will Hook has purchased a new FREEDOM CHUIICH Somo History of tho Origin and Work of That Celebrated CongroQation li Mootlngs In i 7iv7l G3UOVElKLPOKLT KLY X people would bo seeking tho Lord day and night nnd thero would bo some kind of public service more than half of the Tho names 24 hours during tho same of tho pastors and somo tho preachers who assisted thoso protracted meetings as wo provsous to 1870 are as follows do dont know a great many of their initials we will only givo thclrBiirnameo Shannon Vcnoy Calhoon Ncal long Harris Chapman Hunter Mansfield three of tho VardsNewman Barton and A F Dadisman Tliis brings us up to 181 or 1870 at which time it is decided that the old log house and shed are not sufficient for tho During ono of the needs of tho day above mentioned years a framo structure 30x50 feet with 12 or 14 feet celling took tho placo of tho former mentioned buildings Several logs of tho old house aro thoro yet and they show tho skill of tho broad axo man of that day to bo tho equal too if not superior to any of Ono year ago only they tho present served as seats for out door service when it was thought best to havo two sermons Two largo blocks at the same time havo been erected with somo of them for the benefit of the ladies in getting Stubs of the off and on their horses large sand stone chimneys aro Btlll stand Â¬ ing Tho house of 1800 or 1870 is the It has recently been house of to day repainted nnd otherwlso repaired the grave yard cleaned off and fenco around The roads leading same white washed to Freedom have been worked and tho people are praying that with the begin- Â¬ ning of the Second Sabbath in August 1891 will begin ono of tho best meetings that havo been held for years Brethren and sisters elsewhere let us ask you to join us in prayer that there may be a mighty ingathering of precious souls during this meeting who to day aro in danger of being lost The services at Freedom the Second Sabbath in August mean to a great many moro than tho beginning of a protracted meeting It is tho day when tho sacrament of tho Lords Supper is administered and all who know the doctrine of Cumberland Presbyterians on this point know that they draw only such lines as Christ Himself drew that is Let a man examine himself and so let him cat etc On this date It Is that Freedom con Â¬ gregation offers every Christian an opportunity to testify to the death of tho same Saviour and oh how encouraging to go on in this life which wo profess to live when so many of our brethren and sisters from other communities come and join us in these services as one family as one common brother and sis- Â¬ terhood in Christ Then when wo como to extend the band of Christian greeting many it is that rejoico from a feeling knowledge within that one day we will sit as one family around our Masters table in Heaven there to enjoy not only the prcsenco of Him who has saved us but also that of our loved ones young and old who have preceded us The names of tho pastors and somo of tho evangelist who have assisted in the meetings since 1870 are as follows Ward Venson Crabtree St Clair Harned Morris WheatleyKlmberlin Sister Woosley Layman and II C Kook who is tho present pastor Â¬ V m We Advertise no balls they are misleading We believo hi plain business methods to give each and eery patron equal value Groat Have Boon Held m - The Japs aro cleaning out the Chinese blcyclo Mr Milton Board has returned from in every engagement Louisville W W Vessels left Sunday evening The I told you sos nro just now getfor Owensboro ting in their work MIbb Alllco Baker is visiting relatives Now look out for Kills in tho Second in Hawesvlllo Ky Born to tho wife of Colemnu E Has Rah for Montgomery well July 11 a girl is Mr Junius Foote of Bewloyvllle Deafness Cannot Bo Oared visiting Taylor Babbago By local applications as they cannot Hardinsburg will send a big crowd to reach tho diseased portions of tho car Freedom next Sunday There Is only ono way to euro deafness Mr D II Severs of Henderson Ky and that Is by constitutional remedies was hero last Saturday Â¬ Deafness is caused by an inflamed conMoney is closo anil our prices aro dition of tho mucous lining of tho Eus Â¬ Co tachian Tube When this tube is closer T C Lewis Mr W A Daltou 8hreve Ohio coun- Â¬ inllamcd you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearingand when it isentiroly ty was hero lost Saturday closed Deafness is the result and unless Miss Lillle Cooper was here Friday to tho inflammation can be taken out and assist in the teachers examination this tube restored to its normal condition Mrs Ken Wathen of Irvlngton has hearing will be destroyed forever nine been here a few days visiting her moth- Â¬ tected industries markets get glutted cases out of ten are caused by catarrh er and prices go down as low or lower than which Ib nothing but an inflamed con- Â¬ We aro not wedded to any piano we they wero beforo tho tarifT law was pass dition of tho mucous surfaces simply sell you tho best T C Lewis We will givo Ono Hundred Dollars for ed Then it is that mora protection is Co asked another drink as It wore is nec any caso of Deafness caused by catarrh Tliis they get and tho same un- Â¬ that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh JB Buzby and J T Itoberts camo cshary home last Saturday to put in a vote for natural stimulation and consequent re- Â¬ Cure Send for circulars free action is experienced again It goes on F J Cheney Co Toledo O Murray and on in this manner tarifT laws be- JSTSold by all druggists 75c Not something for nothing but jour coming more frequent and higher moneys worth every time T C Lewis Fioked Up oftoner and bigger drinks as it were Co till tho country can stand tho strain no Tho News had the pleasure of spend Â¬ The friends in this place of Mrs Jule longer and tho crash comes Wo call it ing last Sunday with Hon W E Hardin will bo glad to hear of her tho panic but it is no more nor less Minor and his accomplished wife at speedy recovery than the commercial jim jams This their beautiful home in Holts Bottom Mr Andrew Driskel has purchased country is just now recovering from a Mr Minor is a most entertaining and farm adjoining Phillip true caso of tariff jimmies and if the geuial gentleman well up in tho current Charlie Smiths Durhams at f 100 physicians in tho Congressional Keely events of the day has his own ideas and MrS S Cralle representing a Louis- Â¬ Instltuto at Washington will just admin Â¬ views nnd discusses them in n scholarly villo Building and Loan association has ister a fow shots of bi clorido of tariff re Â¬ and comprehensive manner In dis form we will soon bo on our feet again cussiiig the subject of his candidacy for been hero a week James T ltohards has been transferred Commissioner of Agriculture ho Haid lie AFTER THE BATTLE had not yet made up his mind fully but from Uniontown Ky to Owensboro in the revenue service had the matter under serious consideratWk have met tho enemy and they are ionI am too busy now with my crop Tho crowd at tho primary last Satur Â¬ nqt ours Wo go down in defeat but we and my Hampshire bucks to oven think day was not large There had been lit- Â¬ aro consoled by tho fact that wo were very much about politics I havo the tle or no enthusiasm fighting for a homo man a worthy man finest herd of puro bred Hampshire Merit is tho trade mark of success a man whom it was a pleasure to sup Â¬ bucks you oversaw and ho pointed them quality the true test of cheapness T C port Wo are defeated and wo make out to us running in a field just opposito our most graceful bow to tho will of the his house They were fine handsome Lewis Co your jewelers Mr John P Haswell of this place majority We know tho cause of our do looking follows and would weigh ho said feat also but that matter can rest as far from 150 to 200 pounds each I get 0 received his first appointment as post Â¬ as we aro concerned after tho battle is for them have sold them as high as 14 master from Joseph Holt in 18G0 over wo always quit fighting Wo are Mr James Miller ex county superin- Â¬ said he is un- Â¬ Tho wheat crop now with Mr Murray tho champion of usually good in the bottom Stewarts tendent of schools returned last Friday our cause tho man who of all of us machine threshed out last week some Â¬ from a visit to relatives in Missouri should most feel the sting of defeat for thing over 13000 bushels which was an Tho Phienix Lime Co of Stcphensport Hon A B Montgomery with our votes avcragn of 17 bushels to the acre It put their property in tho hands of n re- Â¬ and what inlluenco it may bo possiblo for brought 52 cents in tho Louisville mar- ceiver Their indebtedness is about 3 us to bring to bear in tho race As we ket 500 said before the primary it was not that Mr Minor gave his experience with Tho train on the branch was delayed wo loved Montgomery less but that wo Missouri ryu which ho paid paid better about threo hours last Wednesday on loved Murray more If a single Demo Â¬ than wheat I had fve acres and I put account of tho trestle being on fire at crat on tho county ticket is elected next in the garner from thatpleco of ground Sinking creek November that certain will Montgom- 122 bushels of clean clear seed besides Mr David Duucan camo up last Fri- Â¬ ery carry this county Breckenridge I pastured through tho winter ten day on his bicycle from Clovorport Ho county democrats never do tho baby act horses twelve cattle fourteen sheep nor do they scratch a ticket They are and twenty hogs I dont think this re- Â¬ mado tho run in a very short time Ho Democrats because thoy believo in tho sult can bo beaten either with wheat or rides a Columbia Mr Alf Robards was hero last Satur- Â¬ divlno principles of Democracy any other crop I sent to Northwestern day Alf is now living at Yelvington Missouri for the pure white rye seed It Tjik News is in receipt of a tiny white is the best paying crop a farmer can put whero he has a good position as general card attached to which was nearly a yard out nnd I would advise farmers to try it manager of C L Appleton Cos distil- Â¬ lery Ho came homo to vote for Mur- Â¬ of black crapo It was from a beautiful I want to supply them with tho seed ray young lady In Meade county who was a Sherron Bro nro doing a good busi Â¬ From Mr Minors we wore Invited warm friend of Montgomery It bore this inscription Its not that wo lovo over to Alta Vista tho now and beauti Â¬ ness at Kirk For tho next thirty days ful homo of Mr and Mrs Jas O Steph Â¬ they will offer the trade somo bargains Murray less but Montgomery more ens Mr Stephens says he likes his now in order to work off their pres- Â¬ The war between China and Japan is home has all the land he cares to look ent stock which they wish to replace already having its effect in this country after a fine vinoynrd a splendid young with a new one foi their fall opening Â¬ Armour has the contract to furnish tho orchard and one of the best wine cellars Look out for their big ad in these colJapanese government with half a mill- - in tho county The News will vouch for umns in a short time tho latter and will add that it is now Tho cake walk given at tho residence ion pounds of canned rornleef filled with some of tho best wine we ever of the Misses Smith last Wednesday night was a big success The cake was Bishop Wattorson and Mgr Satolli of drank Miss Scott of Florida and Miss Mc won by Mr Morris Beard and Miss tho Catholic church say tho saloon-keeper- s must abandon tho business orbo ex Â¬ Gregory of Louisville two lovely and Susie Monarch of Owensboro as being pelled from tho church attractive young ladles have been spend- the most graceful pedestrians of on the ing the summer at Alta Vista the guests ground Miss Scott Â¬ The annual church meeting will be of Miss Brook Stephens John K Hendricks received tho nomination for Congress in tho First District leaves this week for Atlanta Ga and held at old Freedom next Sunday Heretofore it has been regarded some- Â¬ by a majority of 11000 over W J Stone Miss McGregory for Hawesvlllo thing like a picnic rather than a placo the present incumbent W G Sterrett the Washington corres- Â¬ whero religious services wero hold Conpondent of the Dallas Texas News who Meade county did her duty There fectionery stands wero erected on tho accompanied tho remains of his uncle was some good work done up there and grounds and traffic in lemonade ice- Â¬ Hon J oo Holt is ono of tho best of the Mui rays friends aro to be congratulated caudy etc went on just tho same many correspondents In Washington cream as on any other day Now this has been Thoy inado a noble fight Ho represents one of tho leading papers stopped The authorities say that they of Texas and gets a handsome salary Hon John C Lewis of Springfield Billy as everybody calls him hero whero will not allow anything to be sold there on tho Sabbath will find out about next November that ho spent his boyhood days is not tho it takes a daisy to beat Hon A D Mont- handsomest man in the world but ho is A rather singular petition for divorce gomery for Congress a genius in his line nnd stands at the was filed in the circuit court last weok head of his profession Ho is not only A womeu Mrs 1 thinking that her The Pullman Car Company has given a clever writer but is ono of tho most former husband whom sho had not It out that they will give employment to entertaining conversationalists you ever heard from for a long time was dead she no laborer who was engaged in tho lato listened to He knows every man in married Mr A Sho hadnt been living railroad strike Congress and tho Senato and has their with Mr A very Ions until she received history on tho ond of his tongue He a letter from her former supposed dead The convention to nominate a candi Â¬ has natural born wit plain as an old husband asking her to come to him at date for Congress in tho Second District shoe never at a loss to find words to ex Â¬ Cincinnati She went as requested and meets at Owensboro Thursday Aug 10 press himself a genial jovial good fel Â¬ Mr A sues for a divorce Tho question low who can crack a joko and perpetrate is was Mr A over married and what It you ceaso to advertise your busi Â¬ one as quick as ho can crack it will tho court do about it ness will fall off It doesnt matter how well you are known Charles Wants Every Copy SETTLE YOUR ACCOUNTS San Francisco Oau July 28 1891 Owing to the death of our partner Mr Tjikh Aggers that were made out at Friend John Will you please send me Meador we are compelled to ask all who the Louisvillo Hotel some time ago failed a copy of the News of July 11th as I have are indebted to the firm of Witt A Meador to come away to materialize not received my copy of that date I guess as I will have to in and settle rightfailing collect by law all it got lost In the strike havo received July to do this Wheat or produce of any kind In dull times like these it is all the 4th and 18th but not the 11th I can- Â¬ goods taken in payment of accounts or for moro Important that you should keep up not get along very well without tho For tho next sixty days I will sell you Bheckeniiiikie News although it takes dry goods notions hats hardware boots your advertising about a week for it to reach here Suc- Â¬ and shoes at cost for cash or produce Remember this offor is for only sixty Cokbbtt and Jackson will not fight cess to the News and D It Murray Very Truly days Yours etc Jackson knows a dangerous thing when J A Witt P Sawyer 0 lie sees it ELXCT0P0I8E Mrs John I Roberts of Meade Two Jf oaths Beat 1800 tariff question will probably bo county came down last week and bought The settled by both houses of Congress toÂ¬ a fine imported granite monument from To take advantage of this offer you J E Keith Son The monument was must order before September 1 as this day Bon from Aber offer will be positively withdrawn on Imported by Keith that date For full Information address Ills how easily explained why Mr deeu Scotland DuKeta Webb 608 Fourth Avenue Boyd wants to get out of the saloon bus Â¬ Dr Price Cream Baking Powder Ltwlaville Ky iness Mwt Fftrtot M4 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thoro Yoars That Aro Passod and Gone BEGINS AGAIN NEXT SUNDAY Don Gahkiem Ky Aug 1th 1804 Free Â¬ dom church is situated about three or four miles North of Garfield and about eight miles East of HarJlnsburg tho County seat of Breckenridge county A inoro beautiful site for a church would be hard to find as tho pretty flat on which it stands is nearly surrounded with large oaks which keep off to a great extent tho blasts In winter and also fur Â¬ nish plenty of cool shade during tho summer In about the year 1825 Cutnlwrland Presbyterlanism was first preaclicd In this vicinity at what was known then as Hunkebys School House by Cosby 0 The people worshipped in McDowell this school house and under a bush arbor until the year 1828 when it was decided by thoso who had been convert- Â¬ ed to Christ nnd to the Cumberland Pres Â¬ byterian doctrine that a church house They together with tho was needed then Baptist of the community built a substantial log house with the under- Â¬ standing that it was free for people of all denominations of that community to worship in therefore tho title Freedom was given For some unknown reason supposed to be an oversight tho date of tho chart Â¬ er members organization was not record o but thinking that it will interest some who may read this sketch we will give the names of tho charter members as they stand recorded on tho old church William book Thoy aro as follows Macoy Sterrett Beard Geo StClair Joel Jared Jane Hall W M S Jones Sarah StClair Little Berry Dowell Nancy Mil ler Polly Jarred Mariah Fisher col Jane Kennedy Abagail Norton Prlscllla Margaret Huckeby Anderson Wood Wood Israel Jnred Warden Clemmons Susanna Hall Sarah Jarred Rhoda Jarred Clarrissa Hall Catharine Raw lings Jincy Dowell Frances Jarred Coleman Blackman Alfred Grissim Pheby Grissim Rev W M C Long Amanda Wiseheart Elizabeth Long The first Elders were Geo St Clair Little Berry Dowell Israel Jarred clerk There is no chu ch record Joel Jarred showing the results of the labors of this congregation until tho year 1833 at which timo there was a great revival and a mighty outpouring of the spirit in tho way of convicting and converting tho sinner There wero forty five accessions Old to the church during this meeting Bro James Kennedy Sr testifies to being ono of twenty three who joined this church tho 15th day and during this meeting of August 1833 and he is tho only one positively known to be liv- Â¬ ing who joined this church on this date If those other twenty two who joined this church on the above date were as faithful soldiers of the cross as old Bro Kennedy has been and is to day their bodies may havo returned to dust but their spirits certainly inhabit the haven And surely their ox of eternal rest ample is fondly cherished by some one From 1833 until the who lives to day present with probably threo or four ex- Â¬ ceptions there has been an annual pro- Â¬ tracted meeting held at Freedom em- Â¬ bracing the Second Sabbath in August Thero has beehbut Jhroo years during the sixty that there wore no additions to this church 1838 1855 nnd 1801 Thero has been from one to sixty three The total number of accessions yearly accessions to this church including tho charter members has been 820 an aver Â¬ age of a fraction over 13 yearly No at Â¬ tempt has been jnade at keeping a record of the professions that havo been mado but from what has been observed it is not unreasonable to suppose that there have been 1200 or 1500 who claimed and found the Saviour first precious to their souls at Freedom For instance in 1875 thero were upwards of CO professions and only 44 additions The six other Cumberland Presby Â¬ terian churches that aro from four to soven miles distant from Freedom are directly and indirectly offsprings of her There is scarcely a year but that somo who profess religion during the meoting live more convenient to one of those churches and for convenience join that church which is perfectly right and very Somo join churches of other frequent denominations which is perfectly tight also if that church be their choice The present membership of Freedom church 1 You think that is tho proper way for an What lasting honest reliable merchant advantage can a dealer attain who habitual Â¬ ly deceives t Believe r f- - Us that wo handle the finest grades of goods reliable Mens Boys and Childrens Shoes and we always aim to be the Lowest in Prices IN Gents Furnishings we handle only reliablo ShirtSj Underwear Gloves Half Hose Ties Collars Cutis Etc De CEPTIONS Are to frequently resorted to by some but we maintain our old honest metbods that havefitood tbe test of tbirty ttve years with you and are here still VESTS iOOifi H3ESSg Ml It is not tho dimension of tbe mansion nor broad acres nor stately steed and imposing equipago nor whether he is an Apollo or an Adonis but a kindred spirit beauty of mind loftiness of soul and a happy genial disposition in short affinity Let us all go and help Bro Hagan and Bro Hunt in the meeting We cant all play first fiddle but the second aud third fiddles are equally important they must bo in unison If all the chords blend if tho same spirit touches the strings and if we go determined to assimilate 6l digest the Word our place in tho orchestra will be as valuable as if we wielded the first bow Humility is a most lovely attribute hence I suppose the rarity of its existence How natural how human to want to be first and if we cannot our goodness is consumed by spontaneous combustion or disappears as If by evaporation I so often think if we could all just givo up solf nnd do good for goods sake what grand charac- Â¬ ters we would develop what an influence wo could wield but hero comes in the spirit and the flesh That warfare that some people say they dont havo When a young man begins a downward career he not only has the force of gravitation to contend with but many hands to assist in tho precipitation Who up Â¬ holds Who uplifts Alas for the rarity of christian charity under the sun There are not many characters so resplendent and so lustrous that they I have not had a conflict I can say havo not had a struggle If one has had a combat with the Prince of Dark- Â¬ ness Marahs in the wilderness and shows a disposition to retrace his steps why should not good true strong men and women come to the rescue Ah I the first mistaken impulso of an undis- Â¬ ciplined heart in our boys our girls and then how fast tho river runs flashes and darkens with no hand to throw out the life line Raiso the fallen lead the blind Who does it in tho sense commanded Ringed Him A SC Dowell Dudley Haynes Committee BRANDENBURG Mr and Mrs Thos Phillips are here Miss Mary Dee Pusey will return this weok is 180 Back to the old log house we go to describe tho kind of church structures this congregation has worshipped their God in Shortly after the erection of the house it became necessary to erect a largo shed in front of the same for tho purpose of holding protracted meetings under Such crowds would gather there that the house would not begin to hold From 1835 to 1845 the half of them were camp meeting days A great many people would take their provisions cook Â¬ ing vessels and bedding and erect little cabins and tents and remain there until We are told that it the meeting closed would get so dusty some times under the shed that the people would haul straw and cover the ground under it to prevent during the serv- Â¬ dust disturbing them ices and many living witnesses aro there to day in this and other other states who first sought the Lord with their whole heart under this shed and on that straw and therefore was made got half From that self same whole but whole hcHir during those wmp meilag Uy S Mrs John Hardin has rallied but is still very low Miss Roberta Richardson will bo hero this week for a visit Miss Bettie McGohee will visit Miss Jen Hardin this week Miss Lettie Herndon is with her friend Miss Maud Herndon Miss Eva Carrigan was in town last Sunday and attended church Mrs Louis Zapp and children Louis- Â¬ ville are at Mrs Fannie Dittos Miss Smith of Irvington was a guest of MIbs Peggy Ditto last week Little Lena Lewis entertained her little friends last Saturday her birthday Tom Pusey will be in from Chicago about the twelth for his summer trip Bro Cherry had a good meeting at Cedar Grove and the church was much revived Miss Naunie Murray and Mr Morris Beard spent Sunday with friends and relatives here Miss Lida Haynes is visiting Mrs Dr Clutchers family in Garrett and attend Â¬ ed Woodland picnic Mrs Judge Percefell formerly of this placo but lato of Louisville spent sever- Â¬ al days last weok with Mrs Dr Dowden Mrs Mason McMonigles baby has been quite ill The little one has always been frail but has had such tender care and attention Mr Joe Phljlip is horn from Kansas to see his relatives and old friends His nieco Nellio Foushee came in with him to spend sometime Mrs Edmunds nee Miupio Phillips daughter of Mr Hugti Phillips of Owensboro visited her cousin Mrs J K Ditto last week Last Friday night Miss Jen Hardin gave the visiting strangers a very deÂ¬ lightful evening refreshments round dancing and good music filled the hours Miss Addie G Ditto as full of life and vivacity as ever is here and will lend her sweet voice in our protracted services now in progress at the Baptist church Pete Fontaine will bo home this week from Texas for a visit The absent boy will be gladly welcomed and a happy time will be tendered him by mamma The se wing society of the M E church bad an tmwHMlly pleasant meetlBg at Mrs Joaaaa Falrleigha last Thursday The next meeting will be afternoon hW at Mm 0 S GrlnneUa next Tfanra- - The young peoples society had a good Tho subject discussed attendance Tho Bible was fraught with interest and many valuable points wero explain Â¬ ed as well as substantial information gained Miss Daisy Richards of Warsaw is visiting Miss Nello McGohee and to whom she gave a pleasant day at Sul phur Springs last Thursday The V isees Lewis and their guest Miss Sallie Mur- Â¬ ray with their escorts wero present and a most charming event it was Our candidate was defeated but Ire made a noble race and had he como out even a month sooner the result would We will submit have been different gracefully and get ready for another campaign to fight with renewed energy nnd determination Bro Cherry gave us ono of his very best sermons last Sunday morning In fact hes always full of power and zeal Tho choir was out in full numbers and the singing was excellent Let us not slock but keep on to the end We will practice Friday at 4 oclock with the Come children for Sunday School Jess Herndon was in last week to well protracted interest was his theme perhaps not politically but his welfare nnd a quiet campaign on a certain issue Dr Wild- Â¬ demanded a caucus of two er and George Woolfolk are for reform Any issue now would be as an apple of gold or bowl of silver in my opinion Our little burg becomes each summer more aud more of a resort for the migra Â¬ tory city folks and when once they como they are sure to come again Mrs Fontaine and Mrs Abe Ditto are so pop Â¬ ular as hostesses that their pleasant homes have been full all summer which makes society quite gay for our own young people Mrs W H Richardson of Louisville spent last Wednesday and Thursday Mrs Richardson with Mrs Dr Pusey is much improved in health The little trip to her old homo and fond scenes of other days revived many pleasant as well as sad memories and we were all truly glad to have her for even a howdy and good byo The young folk with a duenna had a stroll to the burning well one night last week My friend Miss Eliza Johnson was in the party and performed the won- Â¬ derful feat of falling most gracefully however over a decovlty much to tho amusement of the party query What was tbe topic under discussion and why so engrossed as to lose was Miss E hor equalibrium and bo thus precipi- Â¬ tated Brandenburg has organized a base ball nine The club is composed of our nicest young men and let me givo you some advice boys Play hard clean ball and let the game bo won on its merits and let there be no wrangling of any kind The Yale Harvard and Princeton clubs are model ones from start to finish and should put aineteur sport on its proper footing Demonstrate your su Â¬ periority by good ball good humor and out batting and out fielding your opfo nents The lneocago from the Clovwport widower to one of our Brandenburg widows has been promptly delivered by the carrier pigeon and the answer to Mm qtweika U requeUd to be ia this ool7 una whtob vr Utfm la a follow Walter Smart whoso resignation in Collector Powers office in Owensboro we mentioned a fow weeks ago Is at home and Is now assisting his father W G Smart in the store On his depart- Â¬ ure from the revenue office a baaiitlful occurrence ia described by the Owens- Doro Messenger as follows The em Â¬ ployees of the revenuo office yesterday morning presented Mr Waller S Smart with a handsome initial ring set in diamonds on the occasion of his retire Â¬ ment from Borvice Ohfcf Deputy fW W Clarke in presenting tho memento made a brief speech exnressinv thn re grets of his fellow clerks at Mr Smarts 1 retirement and the pleasure a years asÂ¬ sociation had given them Mr Smart was overcome by the louehlnt exnraa- slon of esteem and could only rewwidiM uiiiinn iuuu9 air mnari re Â¬ turned yesterday to his home in Clever port where he will engage in business Mr Orfila Dellaven succeeds him at the revenue office t Singular Aeeidaat RaymondKy August 4 Little Johnnie Avitt near this v Speeial ie t WlltUl nlavlnir villi ilu il lYJ its hilarlouMMs 8mToLvmmm mm aisinat Um litU Wlkw aid kokJa W wwn jukmm- iu mow m um oextrttj Jail bfok tbe boys la ll mm tm n rwwi or- - sj r iv - t TX If Breckenridge News ISO SalfsE WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8 hf FlECpMgmRpEN CCRNCOBS FOR CATTLE FOOD THE BRRGKENRIDGR The Kind of nut They N RWS GLOYERPORT KY MANNERS 3 A3 A FARM CROP GREELEYS Wcro WERE BAD CACDGE nod saw i fno Helgh ho bum child wat II Tliero were rushes ntnl willow In that place Atid they clutched nt Ilia brook aillio brook And tlie brook It ran Its own sweet vt ojr As a child doth run In heedless plajr And as It ran I beard It sayi MaMon with ma To the roistering sea That I wroth with lie ftauieof the morn ml I looked In tlio brook THE DROOK medicine you need is tho old rclinhlo tonic nnd blood purifier lorelrcn For Ills Tine Aft-Â¬ er Dinner Speech It Is Cosllj to Otnvr hut Yrj Unilor Fa Â¬ vorable Conditions ran bjr Dplntins Impressed by Several Atltliorltles mi This liver ltcciirrliiR Riilijert Ingskll I look In the brook and see a face Htlffh hn but the rears go byl The rushes are dead In tho old tlmo place And 4And tho willows I knew when a ihlld was I the brook It seemeth to mo to say As ever It stoaleth on Its way solemnly now and not In play Oh coma with me To tlje slumbrous sea That Is cray with tho peace of the erenlng skyl IIcIk1i 1io but tho earn go by 1 would to Clod that a child were II Chicago Hecord A SUBTERRANEAN OCEAN It Is IlelleTed to Underlie sas anil Initluu Territory Tho bent scientists of tho land favor Nebraska Kan tho opinion tlmt Nobraska Kansas and part of Indian Torritory aro situatod tovcr nn imtnenso underground lako or too It is a well known fact that in sov cral places in Kansas wholo sections of land havo suddenly- disappeared leaving only fathomless lalcolcts to mark tho spot whoro thoy wcro onoo situatod Proof that thuro is something peculiar with tho foundation of tho section of tho country mentioned may bo found in tho celebrated tido wolls of Pollc Butler and Colfax counties in Nebras ka Polk county is best provided with theso curious wolls having between a dozen and 20 which roar mid obb and flow with an unseen tido Tho roaring of theso rcmarkablo curiosities thoy cannot bo called natural wondors bo causo thoy aro tho work of man at least so far as excavation is concerned is can sod by tho inhalation and exhalation of inunenso quantities of air Tliero aro hours regular and uniform in which tho air will rush out with a loud hiss Â¬ ing sound and ngain an equal spaco of tinio in which it seoms that all tho air of tho Platto valley Will bo sucked into tho cavernous depths of these- wondorf ul Â¬ vejls who sought to fathom tho mystery of tho Platto rivor tido wells and who issued a littlo pamphlet with tho titlo gavo it Roaring Wells of Nebraska as his opinion that tho roaring phenomenon was in homo way connected with tho prevailing direction of tho wind Keing strongest iutimo of west or south west breezos Tho farmers in tho throo counties mentioned as boing best pro- Â¬ vided with theso tido regulated air ox polling wells boliovo that tho wator sup ply is connected with a body largo enough to havo a regular obb and flow of tide All tho wolls in tho counties of Polk and Butler which aro tido regulat Â¬ ed aro of about tho samo dopth those ot Colfax being deeper but all extend Â¬ ing to a porous stiatuui having tho samo general characteristics St Louis Ho public Â¬ Â¬ Tho period of this obb and flow docs not scorn to dopond upon either tho sea sons or tho stato of tho weather but is thought to havo boiho mysterious connection with tho high and low tido pe Â¬ riods of tho Atlantic and Pacific ocoans A meteorologist of national reputation Â¬ Â¬ r MODERN SURGERY khieXarce Tart That Absolute Cleanliness jt Plays In Its Operations Tlirrn nrn thrnn locations so to sneak tho absolnto cleanliness of which must bo abovo suspicion beioro tho operator is justifiet in proceeding to his work Theso aro tho surgeons hands his instruments mid tho integument covering tlio part or tno patients uoay at wuicn tho operation is ubout to bo porformod tow is tno rcquisuo oioanuncss in cuuu So far as tho hands aro uso becured oucornod by profuso scrubbing with a lailbrush in soap and hot water fol owed by a thorough drenching in soino mtiseptio solution as that of 1 in 2 000 do iar uu it pcrcnionoo oi mercury ho instruments aro concerned by stor- liziiig tnom tnac is uy uoiung tnom Â¬ Professors Stowart Wolf and others givo tho nsfliiraneo that tliero is nutri lion in corncobs but a writer to Tho Country lentlenuin contends tlmt wlillu this is true it doesnt pay to feud corncobs Heio is hisiugumont Tho chemists in thoir laboratories may bo ablo to extract tho uutricnta from cobs for tliey havo tho command of implements and acids that will dis Folvo hard substances which the gastric julco in cnttlcs stomachs is unablo tc accomplish Tako n cob and try whit- Â¬ tling it with a knlfo yon will find that on each sldo of tho cavities whero tho kornols stood extending to tho pith it is full of small thin plates hard Theso plates com as a hemlock knot poso tho greater portion of tho cob and no mill ever ground them fine and no animals stomach over digested them ExHtnino tho dung of animals fed on cobmcitl nnd you will sco theso hard sharp plates aro there still as hard mid as sharp as over It is not easy to bo Â¬ liovo that such tough stubborn sub Â¬ stances cun pass through tho long tor- Â¬ tuous ron to of tho intestines without producing irritation if not laceration and diurrlica ProfeHSor Sanborn soys Close ob- Â¬ servation of finely giound cobmcal con- Â¬ vinces mo that it has u very high feed ing value and that tho coarso cobmcnl Ho is speaking has very littlo value of tho meal mado by gi hiding corn in tho ear and its vnluo In 1ib opinion depends almost entirely on its fineness It is well known that in tho fall and winter when farmers wish to feed tho most corn and generally havo to be Â¬ gin on tho now crop there is so much moisture in tho cobs that it is utterly impossiblo for uny mill to grind them down flno About 40 years ago a cobrneal crozo broko out in northern Pennsylvania awl tho propiietor of tho mill at Sugar Run incurred considerable expense to put in a now watei wheel and tho necessary machinery for reducing corn iu tho ear to meal and nearly all tho mills in tho country followed his exam ple For uwhilo thoy did a good busi ness at grinding cobs but gradually tho corncob custom tell oil and in three or four years hud ceased entirely What was tho causo of such a suipriHlng downfall in tho popularity of cobrneal and cob mills It was becauso tho farmers having given tho meal a fair trial had becomo convince that tho actual vnluo of cobs was s littlo that it did not pay to havo them ground nnd that corn in tho car could not bo ground so finely as shelled corn It is not possiblo to grind com nnd cobs us finely as thoy Bhould bo ground at tho season when farmers want to feed tho most Professor Stewart cites tho Connecti- Â¬ cut experiment station as finding by analysis that cobs havo n value of 44 conts per 100 pounds or slightly more than cornstalks Did they ever give their cattle their choice between cobs and cornstalks to see which they pre Â¬ fer Tho value moy bo in tho cobs but no animal ever got it out John M 1 Stnhl who is good nuthoiity says have fod cobmcal mado three trials of it and have not been ablo to get Waldo much feeding value from it F Brown is an advocato of cobrneal but admits that at ono institutoin Ohio ho found but few advocates for it in a largo audienco and did find many who considered it unfit to feed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AVERS SARSAPARILLA H enn havo no substitute Cures others Tho genial old philanthropist Jloraco Groelcy went to Now Orleans nftor tho f outli had taken him to her heart in grateful recognition of his action in go ing on tlio Joir Davis bail bowl and tho pcoplo wcro anxious to show him ovcry Â¬ will cure you CISTOMS 1 liry Li nit n OF COSTERS 1rernrlous Mfr but Are Till losoplicrs All tlio Tlmo A Though tho eostors work is oxtromoly hard awl his profits nro precarious ho livos for a good purpose When ho speaks ho of himself as a general dealer means that ho trades iu anything which enables him to turn an honost penny His ordinary modo of llfo is oven lowor than is meant by living from hand to mouth Wlicu ho turns out in tlio small hours of tho morning to look round tho markets ho may not oven know whether this trafllo for tho day will consist in Ash vegetables or fruit Ho may tako n hasty penny broakfast in tho street awl then go to Billingsgate with tho idea of loading up with tho first only to find that everything is too dear and then he must hie away to Spltalflolds or Covent Garden When ho thus arises with tho lark ho cannot toll whether ho will havo a good day or a very poor tint tho costers aro now n largo class writer in tlio Loudon Quiver says attention iu thoir power A dinner seemed to bo tho proper thing nwl tho markets of Now Orleans than which thoro aro few hotter in the world were ransacked to mako the oc casion as notable for its viands as for tho distinction of tho guest aud tho diners Judgo Walker tho votoran editor of Tho Picayuuo presided Ho was a great gormand and after tho manner of goxniawls wished uoua of tho flno points of tho dinner to bo lost to tho guest for lnck of commentary Mr Greeley Bald he theso oysters aro the best that como to our mar Â¬ ket and wo think thoy vio with thoso of Norfolk I obscrvo that you aro not eating them Woll no replied Greoloy Tho truth is I nover could abido shellfish And ho passed Then camo Bomo delicious green tur tlo soup which Judgo Walker oxplaln cd was prepared from tlio finest fat tur tlo tho Florida bays could afford No doubt no doubt was tho roply in Greeleys peculiar whine but cold blooded animals aro an abomination to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ it- mo one Tho most despairing tjmo of all is whon tho markets all round aro too doar to allow of tho barrow boing loaded up If tho coster can clear 3 or 4 shillings iu tho day ho will not bo down- Â¬ hearted and should ho earn nothing or oven makn a loss ho looks at tho mat tor as philosophically as ono could ox pect There nro shrewd business men among tho costers who riso into thriv- Â¬ ing shopkeepers Tho bank establish ment for thoir own uso teaches thorn to save awl tho evening lor receiving do posits will bo ono of tho liveliest of tho week Tlio fact is also learned that thcro is strength in unity so that tho London Union of General Doalers in its way exercises ns fan caching an in- Â¬ fluence as n city guild Tho chairman might correctly havo described himself iu tho words of ono of his brethren I aint u eddicatod Ho person but I know wots wot proved this characteristic by rising into n thriving tradesman having ono or two shops and when on ono occasion his errand boy stole a box containing nearly 100 sovereigns tho police would not beliovo that such a man had bo much monoy to bo stolen Tho fact was as stated however and tlio gen- Â¬ eral dealer still continued to mako progress whilo ho was woll known to Lord Shaftesbury who publicly alluded At first to him as My friend Bight it may appear to bo a humblo thing to Ik a leading spirit among such humblo folk but in n way thoro is am plo scopo for administrative ability and enterprise Â¬ Â¬ Tho pompano imperial fish that it is and fresh from tho gulf was open to tho samo objection despito Judgo Wal- Â¬ kers eulogy and that too was passed Mr Grcoley barely tasted tho accompa nying Parisian dainty and shook his head ruefully at tho idea that anybody would impair his digestion by eating cucumbers Shrimp salad another Now Orleans dolicacy proved no mora tempting Shrimps ho Bald looked so much llko worms that thoy always glvo him tho creeps Ah hero is something you will liko a homely dish iu name said Judgo Walker but fit for tho gods It is a And then ho went on Galicia ham to toll how tho hogs from which theso hams wcro obtained wero fed only on chestnuts making tho flesh luscious and delicious Perhaps bo very interesting indeed but do yon observed Greoloy know judgo that thcro is bo much talk of trichina nowadays that I wouldnt daro tasto a bit of pork Tho judgo gavo up in despair Tho only things iu all tlio array of dainties which had been provided which Mr Greoloy would cat wcro bread potatoes and cauliflower nnd ho feared that ho might bo overloading his stomach at that But when it camo to tho speak Â¬ ing although ho had drunk nothing but cold water ho spoko as ono insplrod and with a fervor oloquenco and tondor ucss that nobody at tho tablo could over Chicago Inter Ocean foigot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fi iBiiifflr Something Por School Children and Ladies INVESTIGATING AN ACCIDENT PLAYING Borne of tlio IN THE GARRET t W a water or by passing them through ho flamo of a spirit lamp or placing pm in a steam storilizor and thou linn tlin nnurntor is readv to becin bv attiug them into a rcceptaolo contain jg an ontiseptio solution as for exam Lastly so lo that of carbollo acid a as tho patients intogumont is con- rned uy washing tuo part iirsi mor ighly with soap and wotor having ovtnnalv filinvnil it if nocessarv and ftcrward with a porchlorido of mercusolution or u tuo part uu gruusy removing all tho creasy material by v rubbing it witli ether Without going into further aotails eso aro tho cardinal precepts oi tne ienco of operating in tho present day course eacu wounu wnicn in inis nnir in mndo under osentio condl- mis as it is called is kopt nsoptio by USO OI onuscpuo uresbiugH uiiin illnrr lins taken nlaco Tho results of is method of troatment of wounds aro rlilucr le68 than wondorful in oonipar- u with thoso which tho earlier sur- what nap ma wero ablo to obtain is after say tho amputation of a Tho rulo is nothin- gib nowadays ting that is to say beyond tno un Intful convalesconco of tho patient ho drossuigs ura not toucneu uutess temporaturq awl tho pulsoof tho pa it iudicato bybomo disturbance that roulu bo expedient to oxamiuo tne Tho temperutura mid the pulso lasnrgeons guido Ho takes his Nothing can bo amiss from thorn tho wound if theso remain normal ilma t follows that a laruo wound L us that following an amputation S soundly from urst to lost witiiout suppuration what a contrast with which obtained in lormor etaysi pnratiou was then thought to Ixi an spendable part or tno neaitny proo- xu iuu jirueuiv units un litHUlUg ntrnrv a sunroou is held to havo in his practice of tho principled of 1 cleanliness ir in wotuius erig aseptic BuppuxHtiou owwra nth century xi u tviru How the French Futteu Poultry Tho best fattening food as used in France consists of barley meal ormaizo flour mixed to a porridgoliko consistency with sweetened milk Of this as much Is given as tho hens can possibly eat During tho last 10 days of fattening but not before the French mako this por ridgo bo thick that it is of a doughlike consistency Tills they roll into strips and with tho neck of a bottlo or lamp chimney prod off into pieces about the size of a halfpenny which are rolled up into littlo balls or pills Theso pellets aro tlign dipped into milk sugar and water or glycerin aud forced down the birds throat till its crop is full The French havo a special feeding machine for forcing theso pills down but the end of a penholdor or pencil wrapped round with cloth will do equally well To in Â¬ sure good weicht und a delicato flesh tint only meal from year old grain is used and the water for mixing should havo suet added iu the ratio of throo elghths of an ounce to a quart of meal A small quantity of coarso grit should bo uddod to tho paste to assist digestion Special care is taken to give tho birds no food for at least 13 hours beforo killing so that tho bowels may bo empty at the time of death whereby certain effects which favor rapid decomposition aro avoided The fowls aro also not plucked immodiatoly as by bo doing whilo the blooi is still fluid the blood vesicle at tho root of each feather becomes gorged and tho fowl gets a spotted look says Tho Feathered World which also tells that tho Get mans after drawing a fowl put a few pieces of charcoal inside in order that it may keep fresh for a longer time Tho Danos also adopt a similar Â¬ Â¬ methodof fatttniug l rioh old man with a young wifs ftving a hard timo trying to inslca iaolete with his Jdsa of what hw i were with referenda to himself he exclaimed ater a Ht-mUmi tc x wit you i wju moia i iWwilL otJce a it iu my favor Mtd 111 t Dttrait IPm Um telwtoa wwy enough n nxorfd Where at An Arab moaning tent dweller in an cquiiio souso tho town dweller is no Arab loves first and abovo all his horse No ono need to rccito tho oft sung affec tion ho will lavish upon him Next ho loves IiIh firearm Thi poetically speak ing ought to bo n six foot gold inlaid jiiHasclov loading horror of ft matchlock whleli wpuld kick any man bat un Arab flat on liis back at every idiot but actu ally in Algeria or Tunis when ho lives near a city it is moro apt to be a jaodt ern English breechloader Yon awt fly from ho busy haunts ot men to find the matchlock Next to his gun he loves his oldest sou Last comua his wife or one of his wives perhaps Daughters dont conn t I mean tho Arab doesnt take the trouble to count tbera unless intsoiaros they minister to his comfort dietetia or otherwise Until some neighbor ootn en aloagnad propouee to marry in other wards to make a still worse slave of one of them soulU thing she is only a chattel Awl yet site is said to be a pretty amia Â¬ ble helpful being said to be for bo ene by any hap ever ohanota to eat hia yea on otw worth seeing This dle gard for women be it Mid to their boa or does ot always apply to the fledoa lnifl tiMJfarrf m 4nMm deepta Woman Cornea Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ilmourte nnd Pleasures of the lluj room Under the Itoof Thoro is ono delight said a man who wa3oared in n small town that I Bupposo many childron born in groat cities never know and that is tho do light of playing in tlio garret Many city children to bo euro havo relatives in tho country or in smaller cities or towns whom thoy havo visited who live in houses with garrets nnd theso know something of tho dolights of tho garret but thcro must bo many city childron who noVor oven heard tho name W For mysolf I romombor woll a gar- rot to which I usod to climb iu rainy woathor up a steep and narrow flight of stairs It was warm and rather stuffy iu tho garret but tho rain made musio on tho shingled roof and tho garret it Bolf was full of treasures There was room to begin with spaco to move about in though you needed to look out a littlo for tho timber in tho sloping roof Tliero was a swing from two of tho beams aud wo usod to swing and swing in that awl never get tired of it Tliero was u chimney up throogh this garrot a great big friendly chimney owl wo used to play tog around that cliimuoy until wo couldnt run any moro Thcro was a great lot of old magazines nwl theso wero an unfailing Bourco of delight There wcro old books in queer type aud with strange looking pictures Tliero wero queer old hair covered trunks wjth round tops Btud dod with brass headed nails In theso trunks antlhVound in tho garrot woro curious old fashiouod mons clothes awl tfio moat extraordinary gowns and capes and hats of women not fancy oqstumes hut the real things such as thoy actually wore many years ago awl looking Btruugor than anything you could hiro at costumers Wo used to dress up sometimes in these old old things aud parado around in the garret awl havo great times generally and so forgot ourbolvee in the delights of tho garrot that the very world itself looked strango whon we oamo down stairs and back to it What is thoro in the big city that takes tho pluco of tho ganot Now York Sun For Illumine Too lust Superintendent Warren of tho East cm Illinois railway was telling tho oth- Â¬ er ovoniug of a certain engineer in tho employ of tho road who had been ro poutodly cautioned nguiust running too fast Ho was running a freight train nnd on ono portion of his division thcro was a steep hill His orders wero to never permit his train to go down that hill faster than 1G miles an hoar but it was general belief that whenever ho had a safo opportunity ho sailed down that grudo just as fast as tho wheels would turn Ono day ho did go down tho hill bo fast that tho cntiro train loft tho track at tho bottom nnd thcro wero box cars piled up high An investigation immediately followed and tho engineer in railroad parlance was put on Ho sworo in tho most tho carpet solemn tenns that ho wont down tho hill not faster than 16 miles an hour but that just boforo reaching tho bottom ho lost control of tho airbrake and tho speed becanio bo great tho train could not keep tho track honco tho wreck for which ho was not responsi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Itullroad Engineer Gets Oat of Trouble Pine Writing Tablets from Owing to its being n nitrogen crop rablmgo is it rofher costly crop to grow It producer when well fertilized h greater amount of strength giving nu- Â¬ ll inient than farmers can grow in ntiy other way Tliero nro times when tho cabbago Biipply is beyond tho demand Then is when tho crop of lato in fall Yet luto cabbages comes into market if cabbage growers will heel in their crop so as to keep it through tho win tor it can usually bo depended upon to bring fair pi Ices iu tho spring By growing early nnd lato cabbago n succession of this egetahlo can bo had all through tho year Tho very early cabbago needs to bo started in tlio fall awl kept slowly growing through tho winter in tho coldtst part of the hot- Â¬ bed In places whero sovero freezing is not probable tho plants aro left out of doors nnd cohered so as to protect them Iu spring they nie set out iu soil mado ns licit ui possible with well rotted manure Lcsm manure will do if somo nitrate oi soda with readily avail A porablo nitiogen can bo obtninid tion of these fall started plants are forced in tho hothouse and aro leady to Bell by tho time tlio dormant portion can bo planted out of doois These frtsh eorly cabbages aro sold very small but they bring a high piice awl pay fairly well Tho spiing planted cubbngo is ready for salo through May Juno awl July according to its for Â¬ wardness whui plant d Tho heads aro small but they hiiiig better pricistliuu largo cahbigo heads do lato iu tho fall Lato cabbago will do well on laud ww im rich enough to grow a largo corn crop Lato in the season on cultivated ground and especially whero course manure has been uppliid in spring tliero is a largo development of available nitro- Â¬ gen especially in Into Juno or early July when air and giouwl aro warm But Tho American Cultivator thinks that a dressing of nitrate of soda will pay even on luto cabbago in making moro rapid awl larger growth It pays to uso on tho seed bid whero tho young plants nro grown for lotn outdoor set- Â¬ ting This is mado in April or May nnd howovor highly manured tho seeJ bed may bo tho joung plants draw bo heavily for nitrogen that an additional supply is alwas an nd vantage Very much depends on keeping tho plants thinned bo that each shall havo plenty of sun nnd air This is best dono by frequent transplanting which nlso makes tlio plants stocky and encourages tho growth of a fibrous root Tim lato cabbago needs to bo about three feet apart in rows each way bo as to allow most of tho cultivation to bo douu with horse and cultivator Harly cabbage does not require so much room as it is murktted while much smaller Cabbago especially tho lato crop is a bulky crop to handle for its price Henco it is not best to grow it very Plcaso call and in largely unless near a good market But tliero is scaicely a ftirui place whero vcBtigato our lino of tho fact that a fanner has a few hun dred lino cabbago for sale will not bring him orders enough in his own neigh borhood to dispose of tho crop Tho small villages aro usually moro poorly supplied with cabbages and other vegetables than aro largo cities and such a village should bo mado the most of as a iniuktt by all farmers who live near it IlKV M If WXL8 1IYA a GLADLY RECOMMENDED WELL KNOWN EDITOR Her M II Wells of the Alabama Christian Advocate lllrniliiKliam Ala saisi KlnKs II at Mernietucr has bcuu In our family ilticu Its discovery aud Is Â¬ lr THERE TO ABIDE during our natural llfo or Its mention of virtue Our daughter huoson ro I iresontof inherited laved NEURALGIA1 RHEUMATISM by Its use after tho failure ot all other knows luudlcal aud dlniatlu romedlet I USE ITJ CONSTANTLY for the prevention ot neuralgia snlnsrrsai prostration It serves AS A TONIC and braces sjalnt nervous agltatlo lam glad to commend II Gernietuor It not anauseous compound but apleaant refrFthlnR and delightful drlnlc containing no alcohol or opium In any form and Is harmless nlwaj s for old and young 1100 0 for 13 00 Bold by Druggists Kings Koyal Ocrntetucr Co AtlanU Oa LOUISVILLE IILET KY IIElORTK Correctly weekly by Puinphrey A Iaufer Pro- Â¬ duce Cbmmlsslon Merchants aiobccond btbet Main and Market Louisville Ky LOUISVILLE July 31 1684 Shippers should mark all packages plainly with shippers name and post office address BUTTER Choice country Medium Creamery 13 11 Â¬ 3 8 14 12 Fresh Michigan Eaas DEANS 1 20 a 2i hand pioked Indiana Navy Old or Common and colored FEATUEIIS Prime white goose Mixed Old No 1 duck 75 to 1 85 1 60 to 1 85 1 00 to 1 20 31 244 15 18 3 5 HIDES Qreon rood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skin llooitersper lb y 3i 0 7 28 20 -- Â¬ Â¬ lOULTHY 6 liens per lb 1 50 Spring Chickens per doz i 50 DllIED AlPLEd AND PEACHES to Apples cbotco bright quarters Apples average 4Ji to 5 50 20 12J4 5 bi Apples old Peaches new Poaches old 4 to WOOL 20 22 Â¬ Ileus on Slimmer Tub washed Qroase fine Qrease coarse Merino Uurry and Cots Tallow Ileeswax Sorghum 12 a 14 12 a 14 5 u 10 It IT MimmIh MISCELLANEOUS 4 Qu 5 to 25cts The largest and cleanest line of Â¬ wo Bat said his superintendent havo a man hero a farmer who was on tho hillside that duy when you camo down Ho stood at tho edgo of a clearing saw you at tho top and all tho way down and ho will swear that ho never saw a train going bo fast in nil his life and ho is amau 00 years old Ho nays that it was next to on impossibility to What do you say to Boa tho wheels Â¬ ble Stationery Ever brought to the city Tho onginocr nover hesitated I know tho man I saw him tho day after tho wreck and ho told tho eamo Btory to mo only thoro was a little moro to it-What was Uat Why ho told mo that it was tho first train of cars ho had ever seen in his life and I dont think ho would bo a very good judgo of speed Thoro was silenco in tho room for a few moments and tho engineer got off with n 00 days suspension Chicago Herald Fraudulent Sweetbreads A truo sweetbread is perhaps tho most healthy meat that can bo eaten said a doctor yesterday but you aro never ablo to get it Tho sweetbread proper is tho pancreas which is one of tho most effective agents iu promoting digestion but tho sweetbread of trade is usually obtained from tho throats of cattle and is what ia called tho thyroid gland This gland rests against the windplpo and whilo its texture is similar to that of tho real sweetbread it haa not the same beneficial qualities But somo butchers in order to make money pass off tho salivary gland that wjilch furnishes the saliva located in A Campaign llellc the ohoelot for a swoetbread This is A rello of tlio presidentialcampeign the Biost inferior substitute of all The of 1834 consisting of a copper coin is pancreas or real swoetbread is a most sued by thocppouciiU of Andrew Jaek dainty morsel It is of triangular form whilo the sweetbreads obtained from boh ii ii tlte iossotislou of Ira II Ben jmla ef Rohico Mich Oh one Hide1 tlte throat are of on oval form But encircling tho center are tho words what Is tho use of making people disPerish Commerce satisfied They have been eating thy Perish Credit 1834 In tho coutor is tho figure of a roid and salivary glands for sweetbreads But My for years and havo been satisfied hog rnnnlug with tho words Third Heat oh it Above the hog then they have never tasted the real PitUbwg Dispatch Bolowlt fDowmWUs thAig My Victony On the other side wtsjr the Bank HeTonge cling the center are the words My TJmt disagreeable Mrs Highfll aet the Bank For tlw U In BlHtitt to speak didnt eeeter U a medallion of JaekMu and edjwUioogb alio on the want street bat Ill Experiment My wheushVniet me below it the words even with her1 Qaneney My Gpry r Chiogo Herj Floreuee What will yoa do aid Kiss her the very next time I meet Chieago Inter Ocean her He Ive boiurut you a pet uionkev to Namne you darling Ladles I Ayers Hair Vlaor is a super mw on how mm m ye I U r ad eeoMnirail hak drestimr It MsMt mm jwu mm are has beeopie an hnijsnaaal4 artlele or syossii mum Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ that Jno D Salvage E O BABBAG E Manager Numbeied with other practical infor-Â¬ mation furnished at tlio lato North American Beekeepers convention was that contained in un essay by Jlr Charles Dadaut of Hamilton Ills on tho subject of WintcriugBees on Summer Stands Ho said Tho conditions that wo think indis pensable to succeed iu our locality in wintering bees on summer stands uro 1 A Buflicieut number of bees especially young workers 2 A sufficient provision of proper food U A hivo well closed with ubsorbe tits abovo tho combs to ro movo tho ditmpncb8 produced by tho breathing of tho bees 4 A protection around the hive on tlio northern side especially leaving tho entrance sido free Concerning tho third condition Mr When wo find a hivo Dadant Baidi which has wintered with a current of air inside wo notice that its bees havo soiled tho entrance of their hive From such fact wo havo drawn tho conclusion that a current of air is injurious to bees Wo have noticed also that absorbing matters above tho frames tako out most of tho dampness produced by tho breath ing of tho hoes awl tho evaporation of their food As regards tho fourth condition our corthern wiuds being very cold wo surround every ono of our hives with a thickness of dry leaves or straw kept in pluco by small string ladders loaving the front part freo Such a protection help tho bees to keep warmer without Intel foring with thoir going out as soon as the suns rays uro sufficiently warm By such means our losses in winter aro very small Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 30 i 35 Molasses HAY GRAIN FEED We quote prlcoj to day on Louisville city 21 wharf OATS No 2 oat HAY 32 36 Strictly cholc Cholco No 2 Oood Medium Oood Bright Straw COUN holce white Choice shelled 10 50 13 00 11 00 U 12 00 10 00 to 11 00 5 50 4 75 42K V0 46 CATTLE flood to extra shipping Light shipping Best Butchers Medium to good butchers IIOOH 4 3 3 3 5 00 50 40 00 4 25 3 75 3 65 3 25 Cholco picking and butchers Fair to good Boughs Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and Oood SI1KEP to extra shipping 5 25 5 20 5 6 50 u 6 under4 75 m 5 2 75 1 50 40 25 75 U0 Fair to good LAMBS Oood to oxtra spring Fair to good 3 25 2 60 4 50 4 75 2 50 q 4 00 Tlit Ho uro our Negligee Shirts Look Right Mado Right Sizo Right V Worth Knowing About Cottonseed meal with black specks in it is lorgoly composed of tho hull which is nearly indigcstiblo nnd of lit- Â¬ tle value except to go into tho manure H j pile j9 VVrU jrrC twin wmm t Tho puro cottonseed meal without hull is too concentrated for feeding excopt as it is diluted with something giving a greater bulk in proportion to its nutrition Wheat bran is one of tho best feeds for this purpose Ono of the lessons in fruit manage ment taught by tho Worlds fair was the entire suscess of keeping fruit by the cold etorugo method It was iu this way that apples and ponrs of tho 1812 crop grown in Wow York Btato wero brought to the exhibit iu perfect condi Â¬ tion in June lust A poor tool is an aggravation and money paid for it is wasted A chest of good tools is a fortune At tho Pwinsylvuna station tho num Â¬ ber nnd woight of cars wero not mate rially nffectl by dotussoling In tho corn experiments curried out there last eon ton Â¬ Â¬ L f f Prico Right SI 25 S 150 nnrl SO Rfl 20 A Jw JNODBBBAGEf Csilfl VJ Tho yf naimtitiaa f V Tfr r hwI Tho roots of tlio hair aro caoh sup Â¬ plied with a bloodvessel of its own and with proper nerves though tho latter do not extend into tho hair itself On the hoalth of the roots of tho hair tho whole growth depends On either side of the root and a little abovo it are two small glands which secrete on oily sub Â¬ stance that gives gloss to the hair aud the glands serve to protest the roots of the hair from bepeniing clogged with dust Bach separate hair is a hollow tobe and thjettftTlW leugth is qoaveyed the toed eeMUo health aud growth t t Plttshww tWsnsiiHi -- llr Pur inuT for and ArrFertilizers elnulrvrl iHustmtwl uno ul iuhmv 1 orarT 3WL X- t SSBSSsAtAiliiaiW V X vi sssr -s- r-x i X n HF m fed w r jst iw Hi GwcieMti I UMIMIM jji ste iasi 1 ifcAlum r -- - raasi v vu i SHIrlHRl your own -- prW kfisahhasV Dsiccitin Gn iHuttlt OllUl I ra f MWjBShrt HHiVi 1 BnBMHBBMMg3grrcMiMcriiriiLii--LLLMiii- IlTOKatVaffSHKasWHHMsaan -i sSSSaSSsiSfntaxssiKSUVSiiiyff ir L rr Tr rnrtfninTiTuuiii - JSv KPKSi firrif TlfJBMliwM In WIIIIWIIWIWIWI W jJUgafei- - IT 1 xiiHiiwJlJtf X THE BRKLOKKlNHlIDQm of tho wnlL A littlo mora Lowerl Lower Steady Hold fasti Now pull Steady Pull Oiico morol Now again Stop Brcathloss excited Miss Maxoy start ed orward Tho man at tho vorgo was already npon hisbroast carefully reach ing down to steady tho dolicato burdou Again that strange weird cry louder and near at hand a flutter of garments tossed by tho wind a final pull upon tho ropo a gasp and a struggle and a mo tionless object was laid down in tho trampled snow Everybody was bending over it Miss Maxoy among tho first Tho lanterns wero hold closo down Softly she put back tho straying hair from tho faco that bIio might look upon it and sho saw tho features of a young woman not so old as sho by soveral years nnd dark and beautiful likohersolf Tho faco was very pale and it was slightly scratched nnd bruised but thero was no blood upon it Thcro was something strained and unnatural in its appearance but through nil tho harshness of tho ex Â¬ pression nil tho ghastlincss and pallor the dclicato charm of a clnssio outline tho regularity of dainty features asscit cd thoir presence still Miss Maxey saw all this with an add- cd pang at her sympathetic heart Somo how tho very hnmau thought that theso things mado the pity of it tho greater obtruded itsolf oven into Miss Maxoys scnsiblo reflections Sho sat gazing into tho unconscious countenance alone for tho others had left her Tho attention of nil tho men wcro taken in tho task of drawing up him who had gono down to tho rescue and who had been loft on tho point of rock boncath Tho long lashes rested on tho whito cheeks of tho motionless form in Miss Mdxcys lap but tho girl seemed to bo iu a stupor rather than a faint Perhaps sho was dying with tho cold Sympathet ic Miss Maxey pressed tho unconscious head against tho fur lining of her cloak and sought to cliafo tho hands Sho found thorn envolopcd in thick gloves nnd then sho noticed that tho unfoitu nato crcaturo was well and warmly clad Her clothing was of a modest and un Â¬ pretentious character but at tho samo timo it did not indicato poverty exclaimed What a tcrriblo thing Miss Maxey in a burst of sympathy As sho cpoko tho long lushes lifted Tho dark eyes- - looked f6r an instant full Into her own and then thcro camo into tho faco a vaguo expression n some- Â¬ thing rather that had not enough of intelligence in it to bo called an expres- Â¬ sion as if fear had laid tho mold of his unsightly features against hers nnd stamped his imago thero forever And from tho tremulous lips camo forth that strange low uttcranco that was neither a moon nor a plea not a human bound exactly nor Buggostivo wholly of ndumb animal iu distress Poor child It was tho voico of Dr Lamar who was bonding over Miss Max What a misfortuno eys shoulder This is n vcryscrious matter a very so rious matter indeed I Â¬ NM8 OLOVRRPORT moro oovious thcro itro otner aim in ways of accomplishing that end than by working a mlraclo in this poor glrs And by tho way Maxoy how brain does your part of tho coso stand Da You Sit down said Maxoy can Rparo a minuto I know nnd of course yon must bo interested Wo all aro True I havent much to tell you Thero havo been half a dozen reporters hero daily mid moro or loss detectives nnd pollco officers but I rather think their interest is dying out now rapidly Shameful ejaculated Miss Maxoy Just because of a few obstacles I Obstacles echoed hor brother should say thoy wcro obstacles Why thero isnt a shadow of light in any direction Let mo state tho caso now from n judicial standpoint Dr Lamar had taken a chair by tho window whore ho scorned to bo dovot ing his exclasivo attention to tho ico blocks drifting down tho river Miss Maxey had not seated horsolf exactly but sho had assumed an upright position on tho sofa Sho was eager earnest and wholly absorbed in tho subjeot of con versation An exceedingly sensitive nnd emo- Â¬ tional creature was this Miss Maxey and in u matter such as this whero her wholo natnro was aroused sho was n powerful friend nnd a most dangerous adversary It was entirely at hor solici- Â¬ tation that tho poor sufferer iu tho ul covo ohamber hail been brought to tho house Miss Maxey listened to what her brother had to say with quick breath and shining eyes Ah if Dr Lamar had had tho soul of an nrtist ho would have found something moro inspiring to look at than tho icy river continued These aro tho facts Maxoy traoing thorn nil out on tho top of the center tnblo with a paper cutter as ho talked It is now tho 10th of Do ccmbor On tho Oth was tho first sleigh Â¬ ing of tho year Tho evening of that day a bolatod sleighing party just aftor nightfall disooverod a woinanB shawl in tho middle of a lonely road at a point whero it runs nlong tho borders of a rocky bluff Investigation follows nnd ovcntually results in tho roscuo of n young woman who was caught by tho clothing pon n point of rock half way between the top and bottom of an almost vertical section of tho bluff This young woniaiu is so badly injured internally that sho is incapable of giving tho least clew cither to her identity or to tho strange position in which sho was found Nothing romains but to mako a careful examination into tho circumstantial evidencoin tho case This turns out to bo exceedingly meager but such us it is it all points one way Ono of tho pocketH of tho girls clothesds found inside out and tho rest aro empty Sho has no ring upon her fin Â¬ gers nor jowols in her ears although thocaru aro pierced Tho dress of tho unknown indicates that sho belongs to tho rniddlo class but tho rofinement and dolicucy bf hcrifaco and hands which aro singularly white and freo from tho trace of hard work aro oven stronger ovidencos that sho is not an ordinary shopgirl to say the least This turning of tho pocket and Tatter absenco of rings or ornaments load naturally to tho con- Â¬ clusion that she has been robbed and thro wn from tho road In substantiation of this tho snow is trampled just abovo the placo whero sho was found and Ono of smooth nil nlong tho roadside tho Eloigning party is positive that sho saw a man leap over a fenco and run across tho field ou the other sido of tho way A closo scrutiny finds footsteps leading into tho field at the point indi- Â¬ cated Thoy aro followed and after n short dotour lead around in tho direction of tho city into tho road again whero thoy aro lost irretrievably In tho ab- Â¬ senco of nil othor evidence wo must sup- Â¬ poso then that tho girl was sot upon and robbed by a person unknown and thrown over tho bank to get rid of her Let us supposo tho police toko this for granted at tho outset It is nil they aro good for taking commented Miss things for granted Maxey I cant seo that thoy over discover anything VerywclL So far it is all plain and natural But whero did the victim como from and how camo sho upou tho cliff roadiolonoiot thati time- - At this point we- - find ourselves uttorly nnablo to formiany plausibloi theory Thcro is not n single clew to her identity not a mark ou tho underclothing not even an initial on tho handkeichicf Suppose wo ore tho police under tho circumstances what can wo do Nothing in tho world except what thoy did do photograph tho girl and send her description not omit- Â¬ ting tho smallest dotail of clothing whioh sho wore and including tho cuii ous fact that ono of the toes of her left fobtdsimissiug broadcast over tho coin mtinity Tho result is that the first day shoiis brought hero tho stairs aro worn r out with tho footsteps of people whoso only possible iuteiest is thatof curiosity who como to soo tho victim midor tho pretext of attempting to identify her Audwhostaro and gawk about with open mouths uutil thoy havu fairly to added Miss bo pushed out of tho room Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KLV i THat Tired Feeling So common At this season is a serious condition liable to lead to disastrous results It is a sure sign of declining health tone and that tho blood Is imÂ¬ poverished and Impure The best and most successful remedy is found In fJt A JtlKw v H Â¬ k P0 Jul11 Sii Â¬ cormrvff CD km nuMTnKA pntss AlioOAtiON On wont tho spirited horses whilo the merry bolla jingled and the steam spout Â¬ ed rhythmically iu four ovanoscont streams from tholr nostrils and the foot- Â¬ falls beat timo on tho hard crust Tho limitless black shadow settled down slowly over tho sea and tho land Thcro was n growing flush in tho cabt whicli might horald a coming moon and a fad Â¬ ing glow in tho west which betokened a departed sun but theso wero but poor torches for a wayfarer groping in tho dork and tho stars overhead obscured by a palo mist wcro puny candles against tho obscuration of tho deepening gloom On wont tho mottled span toward tho Tho ntb washed lonesomely on tno rocks below Tho night wind sighed in its dismal rounds Tho breath of tho lis- Â¬ teners came quickly and audibly Thcro wero no other sounds I hear nothing said tho physician but tho wash of tho sea Hist Whats that A faint cry rising on tho wind mysterious indcscribablo I or n cried tho doctor A child Â¬ Sarsaparilla Which makes rich healthy blood and thus givps strength to the nerves elas- Â¬ ticity to the muscles vigor to the brain In and health to tho whole body truth Hoods Sarsaparilla HOODS Weak Strong Bo sure fectly JiarinlesjalwRyiretlatplejwdb Makes the Hoods Pills e WATCH FREE For 500 UM KEEPER- - OH r hand and oncouraged by an occasional stimulating cry Tho ocean stretching out from the boso of tho cliff into tho darkness upon tho right grow moro inky from moment to moment and tho fading white landscapo upon tho loft becamo exceedingly sketchy and incomplete Still tho four spouting clouds of steam and still tho merry jingling of bolls upon tho frosty dir All at onco thero is a break in tho rhythm of the hoof beats From a steady onward nrrowliko tlight tho sleigh sud denly moves laterally and almost stops with terrifio abruptness narrowly es capes overturning trembles jerks snaps in every joint and moves ahead again Hi I whoa thcro I What tho douco Dr Lamar was on his feet and his strong arms wero reining in tho fright ened horses In another minuto ho was out in tho snow running bosido them clinging to tho bridle A pluuge a snort a shiver a great jingling of tho bolls and tho sleigh had como to a standstill Whoa Polly Gently Dolly said tho doctor persuasively stroking tho noses of tho trembling and groatly frightened animals whilo his two com- Â¬ panions who had jumped into a snow bank struggled out into tho road and be gan to put themselves to rights Now what thodeucodo you supposo mode thoso horses shy so Thero is something back there on tho road I am very positive said Maxey And I I thought I saw somobody jump over tho fence and run across tho Hold added his sister What you saw on tho rood wero the old settees on tho edgo of tho cliff prob Â¬ You know tho ably said Dr Lamar Somerset summer hotol is just back of us hero and in tho warm weather thcro is a row of scats just abovo the bathhouses by tho roadside I noticed what I took to bo tho gangway leading down to tho beach just buforo tho horses jumped No no What I saw was in tho mid dlo of tho road insisted tho artist But its only a minutos work to find out He turned back Pshaw what Tho doctor ejaculated docs it matter Woro wasting timo No I am huro theres something wrong exclaimed JlihS Maxey echoed tho physician Wrong What an ideal You surprise me ilibs Moxoy I didnt know you wero bo eas Â¬ ily alarmed called tho voico of I was right See this Maxey a little tremulously They dimly saw him standing in tho road outlined ngainht tho sky holding up a shapeless something to their view What is it A womans shawl Wo Miss Maxoy cried out in alarm must go back ut once I know something is wrong I felt it before wo l cached it Absurd exclaimed tho doctor But Miss Maxoy did not wait to hear tho comment Shu had already rejoined her brother Tho doctor saw them ap parently kneeling in tho miow as though examining tho surface Then thoy sepa rated One went toward tho fence whi ch divided tho road from tho adjoining field tho other in tho direction of tho low wall which disjoined it from tho narrow strip of ground between it and tho edgo of tho elilT t Dr Lamarl Dr Lamar Thcro was no mistaking tho tenor of this cry or its imperative nature For tho first timo tho physician felt a vaguo sensation of dread Ho hastily made tho horses fast to tho fenco and went back up tho road Ho haw that both flguros had como together now on tho other eldo of tho wall near tho edgo of tho bluff Ho camo up with quick steps Whats tho matter What is it Listen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ faint light in tho heavens made by tho distant city held up to their steady gait by a tight roin in tho doctors guiding Whatever it be it has fallen over tho cliff paid Maxoy His sister shuddered but her voico Yon forget tho foot Â¬ was very calm steps and tho man I saw jump over tho fenco and run away Tho biiow lb trod- Â¬ den mid trampled nil about us Thero has been a struggle hero whero wo are htanding I am afraid for what yon will find down there Stay with me Julian and let tho doctor go down Tho doctor went down and in a littlo whilo ho camo back again Thero is something caught on n point of rock letweeii hero and tho I could by beach ho bald hurriedly looking up just seo it between mo and tho nky something which flutters in tho wind Maxey you had better tako Miss Ellen back to tho sleigh Wo need u ropo and a lantern at onco I will run to tho houo wo just passed I shall ro turn immediately No doubt of that if ho maintained tho paco ut which ho set off Miss Maxey declined togoback to tho sleigh sho said I am not a coward Snothing is suffering Until it can bo relieved my duty is here Hark Julian I hear it again Yen again and again and again ere tho good doctor reappeared It roso and fell like the pulsations on tho beach below as tho wind carried it sometimes dying away into silence sometimes welling up into loudness a strango forlorn sound to bo listening to in a lonely place after dark Thero was something unfamiliar almost unearthly ubout it that mado its hearers shud- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dog to get Hoods and only Hoods purely vegetable per Â¬ 5 New Subscribers and Get up a club of 5 new subscribers and get ono of these watches free Â¬ Â¬ CHAPTER III THK TOTAL ECLIPSE nA Softlv nhc nt bach the ttraylmj luitr der It might bo tho voico of agony but it mado an impression liko nothing one could name It did not seem to bo a hu Â¬ man cry It did not seem liko tho uttcr- Â¬ anco of a dumb animal a sound that was neither a moan of pain nor n cry of Â¬ jiir supplication but akin to both Miss Maxoy hid her fuco in her brothers breast and tried to shut it out Will tho doctor never como A soft ray of light shot out from tho midst of the flush in tho cast and scut a glimmering pathway down across the sex Thoy would have light enough anon Tho moon was rising Then camo tho sound of voices and footsteps hurry- Â¬ ing up tho road and hero wcro Dr La mar and two strangers with ropes and lanterns Miss Maxey stopped baek soveral paces from tho littlo knot of men who now gathered upon tho edgo of tho bluff Sho saw them holding a consultation and making calculations Ono of them laid down near tho treacherous ico clad edgo of tho IJuff fiat on his face and crawled to tho very verge so that ho might look over A lantern ou tho end of a ropo was then let down After a fow minutes it was drawn up Tho man arose Another tho smallest of tho group now submit Â¬ ted himself to Ixi mado securoly fast to tho end of tho lino nnd was lowered over tho edge Two of tho men at tho ropo stood on tho other sido of tho wall with their feet braced against it Tho third stood as near tho edge of tho cliff as ho dared and cased tho lino over tho rocks Ho listened for tho voico of tho man at tho end of tho ropo and repcatod his in Â¬ structions to tho men on tho other side Â¬ Ballavoino place is a very quiet street On a still day footsteps awako echoes there not bocauso it is far from tho busy center of the city for it leads directly out of an important avo nuo through whicli thcro is much pars Â¬ ing but because it is not a tlioroughfaro On two sides substantial brick houses present an uninterrupted front to tho street On tho third sido a high picketed fenco prevents it from leading over a solid pilo of masonry rising only to its level and known as a sea wall directly into tho river Ballavoino placo and all tho streets in this vicinity occupy what for tho timo is termed mado laud was not long ago when tho tido from tho neighboring harbor flowed twico a day over tho salt marshes 20 feet below tho present paved nnd solid surface Thero foro it is that tho buildings aro all now and stately and that only well to do peoiilo livo here No 20 is tho last house on tho strcot next the river It is so uoar it indeed that only a narrow courtyard intervenes between tho sea wall and its foundation stones This houso is what is popularly tcmied nn apartment houso that is to say it is let out in suits floor by floor to different families In December 1884 tho numo ou tho books of tho lcsseo of this houso against which comprised tho rooms suit No in tho upper story was Julian Maxoy In that month of that year and a week nf tcr tho cpisodo on tho cliff road tho art Â¬ ist was talking with his friend tho physician in tho large square chamber tho last in his series which ho was ao cnstoiricd to call his sitting room Tho great cosy chairs and tho comfortablo sofa in this apartment soemed to war rant tho appollution Tho piano the nu Â¬ merous rows of woll filled booksholves and a sideboard with a decanter on it somowhat widened tho rango of possi- Â¬ bilities however and tho presenco of n bod shut in with pretty laco curtains mado tho term entirely inadequate to tho subject It was u room in fact in which a stranger might havo spent days and nights of profit mid aniusoment out very without tho iipccf tv of - at all times J frequently for nuytning pei turning to luxuries or ncccssiti6s bodily or mental Â¬ ly Indian clubs and dumbbells on a shelf in a comer afforded an opportunity for indoor oxerciso tho sidoboard was a treasury of refreshment thcro was read ing enough for a years study Th6 walls wcro covered with pictures and a half painted canvas on an oasol near a win- Â¬ dow showed another in tho process of manufacture Tlicrowvsa cheerful flro in an open grato On th6 center talflo was a sowing basket soma fancy work several uncut magazines and papers a cigar coso and U reading lamp From any point in tho room tho occupant could command n vlowof tho broad riv- Â¬ er nnd of tho fields and spires on tho farther shore At this timo of year tho fields and hills wero whito and tho river was full of ice Tho doctor had just como out of a windowlcss nlcovochamber which might bo separated from tho main apartment by curtains now prettily looped back In tho obscurity beyond could lo seen a bed and tho faco of a young woman n palo face with large dark eyes which roved about incessantly as if iu quest of a horror that never camo How docs sho seem today Julian Maxey questioned iu a tono of deep uux ioty Just as sho has been sinco wo found her just as sho seems likely to bo for tho rest of her days iu n state of total Thero was no nir of jocularity eclipse about Dr Lamars manner He was very much dissatisfied with tho situa- Â¬ tion although his concern wns of a dif ferent nature from Maxoys A medical problem that baffled him always aroused in him a grim antagonism that was far from humorous You dont mean to tell mo you are beginning to look upon this as a hope- Â¬ Maxoy exclaimed in conster- Â¬ less case nation Whenovor Maxey got excited his hair promptly exhibited a tendency to assumo nn erect nttitudo nnd his nock- tio inevitably becamo awry Lamar not- Â¬ ed that ho was now somewhat exolted I mean to toll you us I havo told you that even partial recovery is very improbable But you will not say impossible Thoy aro synonymous tonus with most of us For my part I am cautious Thcro is tho ono chouco in a million that always exists Miss Maxey had come into tho room in timo to hear this disheartening reply Sho spoko up with almost hysterical em Â¬ phasis And that ono chanco will savo horv I bolievo too much in tho justice of heaven to think for a moniAt that sho will Ho hero and dio with closed lips I dont I cant bolievo it As sure aa there is a God or any Providence in human events tho timo will como when that poor girl will speak and denounce tho inhuman monster who pushed her from tho road Yon beliovo in pootio justice Misa Maxoy Unfortunately for me I am a practical physician and obtain my idoa of human events from lifo and not from novols Tho timo may come it is true but to say that it will is to shown depth of confidence in my skill and ability whioh I hardly possess myself This girl certainly cannot recover without med- Â¬ ical aid and it is utterly beyond my corn prehension for you may as woll know tho truth at once how medical aid can reach her That is how tho matter stands Â¬ Â¬ -- If CiifST Til American Levor Movement It will keep accurate tlmo of order and in every way faction It is an Amorican of which has novor been Requires no Key Will not get out give entire satis- Â¬ Watch the liko offered beforeon such terms Secure five new subscribers to tho BRECKE1MR3DGE - NEWS - And secure ono of these Watches 5l R Co Texas In snort continued tho nrtist wo Louisville M Louis are iu danger of being turuod into a museum for tho exclnsivo patronage of ILTO nil tho idlers ami dcadboatH iu tho city This clearly will not do and wo must get otir medical adviser to doclaro a public inspection irritating und danger ous to tho patient Taking Effect I beliovo it did annoy her said Dr Lamar At any rnte it did hor uo At G0Q 6clck A U Sunday Dec 17 good Hat t Bound Trf And this is tho strangest part of tho Wfl Sound Traini 62 SI mysteiy to my mind continued Max Â¬ I S3 Mail oy that with all the precautions Expri Mail Kxpri STATIONS Itxprs with tho nowspapers printings peoplo Daily talking and pictures auddoscriptions so Dally Daily 680pm 7 45am ivUnn ptar available nobody appears to claim her 6 45 Kentucky St 800 in all tlila time It is as if she dropped 7 2J 8 40 Wen Iolnt 8 43 Howard 780 down upon the cliff road irom another 7 47 Hoc Haven 9 00 planot Whcrover sho has been peoplo 7M 9J07 I ong llranch Brandenburg 917 must havo seen her hor friends must 804 920 813 ion missJier Then why are-- they silcutM 934 8 21 Gutton Irvington 945 Dr Lamar was still watching tho ico 830 964 Webiter blocks Something suggited by Maxoys 888 Lodiburg 10O4 845 1014 lierce lust words made him frown Ho did not 86 a oo Siiuple 1020 turn liis head to remark 1028 Slcphentport 909 1033 You exaggerate Julian Bccauso Addison 911 17 Holt this caso seems all important to you and 9 28 1030 Cloverport 1060 9 your sister and to mo perhaps and be Shopi 1063 9 31 SI lman 1105 9 4J causo a few policeman and reporters 1116 964 Hawetvilie call and tho rabblo who read tho nows 1002 1124 Petrle Falcon papers flock to your door when tho op- Â¬ 10 07 1130 Cayce 1134 10 portunity is given them you immediate- Â¬ 10 1140 LewUport 11 684in Powers tho whole world has be- Â¬ 10 ly think that 1212pm 1048 Iates come excited over this curious affair Owensboro 1069 1233 Mattingly AIL let me toll you is a large word and 1109 1238 Griffith everybody something which youdont 114 12 42 Stanley 1119 1260 Worthlngton imagine How many thousand peoplOi 1125 Heads very city today novor read a 1183 12 67 in this Snottsville 1145 108 nowspapor and aro too much occupied 1163pm 114 lias etts in their owu struggle for existence to 12 IOjiii 130pm arllenderin lv mind much about other peoples In spite of all that has beonisaid and writ ton Ill warrant you not more than half LoulsvIMeHadinsburg Sl West of tho total population of this metropo- Â¬ lis has ever heard of tho mystery of tho No 3 TIME TABLE beach road TAKING EEFECT JULY1 Ellen sighed The doctor is right Julian West nound Trains Bast Perhaps I am not disputing him Dally Daily It is but a week yet and thero aro po ex bun ex Sun STATIONS No 6 Nol culiar circumstances I can understand UOOam Lv Irvlnjfton Ar perfectly possible under which a person 1140 UHfllCIU 1165am llarncd might suffer such on accident as this 1212 jiKruinsuurir 1 poor creature has and not bo missed so 12 48 Kirk If Suppose for instance I wero to soon 10U Jolly 118 Glendeane it announce to yon that I was going away Demnster 125 if arKallshoughlv for a week or two and were to fall 145 Hock vale 220 t down tit tho end of tho street and break 232 Huth t my nook 241 Asklns M 269 Oaks I should know all about it in two SSOpm ArPordsvilleLi No interrupted his sister hours Julian no you havo spoken about tho friends but you havo not thought of tho enemies Tho blind in this caso aro will- Â¬ fully blind Jnliaiii depoud upon it I 22 Â¬ TIlfflE schedul S 6 in at present Â¬ But tho present is not the future1 criod Miss Muxey with a worm glow iu her cheeks Perhaps in spite of nil liar enthusiasm sho felt it was Lamar sho spoko t a Nothing can mako me beliovo that sho will dio liko this God would not permit such n crime to go unpunish Â¬ ed Without discussing that my door replied the physioian Miss Maxoy Binilinp I need hardly remind vou that willfully blind that is go Â¬ Pshaw said Maxoy ing too far altogether Better- - invent some other theory Suicido is more probable Ridiculous I was his sisters com Â¬ Give us a trialJ o p ment JOB W We will pleai rM h Si TO HE CONTINUED til BOl Our Gem Shirts have arrived 50 cents at Babbages choice Oj Mnxoyj sssssssssssssss ssssssssssssssk asssH assB4 1 ssssssH ssssHisala m tic tli ho j th no isi ssssstsH IssHS sssV ssH ssH asV ixsssssssB asssssssfl gc IJCI hu 1101 rt eycj zssssssssi tin itvl vo ti A general old fashioned Barbecue and Picnic will be given at cue In MINORS GR0VK NEAR BOLT -- T Eit Mil M ttiirt Hie J0 tlmtf BOH indi i Xla - im m tiw full -- - J - lllMnlUmi- l- HI - 1 l IPIIH1 Hpym U II t 1 A V -- u A irrand dinner refreshments of all kinds various amusements and PUBLIC SPEAKING will be the order of th day HON P WATT HARDIN candidate for Governor has been invited to attend and the Congressional and County candidate will be prosed tne people XeL everyDOuy come ami pus u uuy pieuauuwy wmi uieir menus Excursion rates on the Texas from Owensboro up and from Irvington down arid alJiwaystatkHai MANAGipKfii J O ISniu Will k Wflfl dut i Men 3wi Hon f 41 5tf- wpmrnw m lr THR BRRGKRNRIDGR NRWS OLOYERPORT KY Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Pair PERSONAL Ernest Irrgnrv went to UarfleM Iflit Thurs SNAKE tu Hen Â¬ SNAKE Da-- diy Mr LcnJon hai moved his family derson A Kl I CREAM Mn J the city I Uraihear of Unonsbuto li In Dosporalo Fight Occurs With a Roptiio In a Clovornort Saloon BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE A Mr C M Uullett relu tied to Uulivlll Monday Mrs Julo Hardin lias been very ill fur some tlmo Mr Wood Wiirtlinm ir Ieltctifleld was In the city Monday Jen UcttemlMiner nent to HarJIntlmra on bueineis Monday II Wlnchel and ton Knffa of Klrkncre In the citf Saturday Uecrge Oelzcndnnner attended church In pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free rdm Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD Owenihnro Sunday Jen II Miller Saraplo was In tho city Breckenridge News 8 1894 WEDNESDAY AUGUST Notice to Subscribers The date on llie label Indicates the time to 1 hi serves which your subscription la paid bnth as n receipt an expiration notice every Kxaminc the date printcil after vnur week name on the martin of lliln paper and see If It l tl not correct please to let us know If correct jour time has expired please renew at once IOOAL BREVITIES Fresh cakes to day Sulzers For milk toast go to the City Bakery Born to the wife of Gua Brown Aug 3 i ti fine boy Saturday and Sunday ent Sunday with Uordon Olllo Touiey Moonnin at Bttphcniport Mn Dr ltlal of Cannellon li visiting her parenti Mr and Mn Alex Boyd Mtts Julia Vance of Pierce City Mo Is visiting her brother Mr Scott Vance MatUr Carl Mshen is visiting Matter Thad aud Charlie Majs at Webster this week Mr Ira Dcllaven guard at the Frankfort penitentiary Is at homo Tlaitlns hit parents Mr luy Dcane of Owensboro was In tho city yesterday looking after his coal Interests Mr S 1 Shannon the clevtr cigar drum- Â¬ mer of Louisville was In tho city last Thurs Â¬ day Mr week Hone Carman of Uatfield was the guest of his brother Mr Henry Carman Mr John Qlbton of Dry Valley was city Monday the guest of bis brother Ulbson last In the Theres money in witltSuizers it sure 1 trading Uus -- una last Sunday and Vunda Carson Mr and Mrs C F Mattlngly are visiting hor parents Mr and Mrs Austin Ilcavin near Hardinsburg Mr Sam Keith and family of Owensboro were the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs J E Keith latt week George Bentley and wife of FInevllle Ky spent Sunday with relatives in this city and DEFEATED returned home Monday Mr Henry B Head who has been tick in Henderson county has recovered and was In this city last Saturday Murray Could Not Stem the Tide bnt Mrs W E Minor nnd Mrs W D Holt ono Ho Goes Down With Colors accoinpaniod by Miss Nellie Uurks spent last Sulzer tho shoo man is a firm believ- Â¬ Sunday at the Tar Springs Flying er in womans righto and womans lefts Mrs D L Adair and daughter Miss Dude too He has some very stylish ones for of Hawesvllle came up Sunday to attend the 1 a pair funeral of Hon Joe Holt The primary election is over and Mur- Â¬ The Gity Council had a tamo meeting ray is defeated Ho fought a brave and Mrs C P Ilabbage went to Louisville last Monday night They simply passed Sunday to visit her son Pitts who Is there noble flaht but the powers wero against about 100 worth of just claims and ad- Â¬ under medical treatment him journed The fight in all parts of the district Mrs K Y Bush of Hawesvllle was In the Mrs Molly Jolly has moved into tho city several days last week the guest of her oxcopting Breckenridge county was hot aud the strife was bitter In this county Bassett House where she will keep daughter Mrs 0 A Boyd hotel in connection with her mother Misses May Kyan and Lula Nichols went to however while tho Murray men were Mrs It B Cor of Union Star Louisville last Thursday to spend a few days enthusiastic there was not enough oppo- Â¬ visiting relatives and friends sition to make it interesting A good Why suffer with decayed teeth Dr Miss Veva Miller who has been visiting vote was polled and the county gave L W Gorman dentist of Louisville will Mr Murray a majority that he justly be in Cloverport Friday Aug 10th He friends in Rockport Owensboro and Sorgho feels proud of will be located as formerley with Dr town returned home last week Tho following majorities in tho dis- Â¬ Mr and Mrs Will Otbson of Lodlburg Watkins Trices to suit thetimes trict while not official will approximate were the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs It is with pleasure that wo note the Out Gibson Saturday and Sunday the truth fact that Mr T S Gotzendannor brother Montgomery Murray Mlstet Nannie and Bula Hall of Bvant ofMr Geo Getzondanner of this city 05 who have been visiting relatives Grayson was nominated for Auditor by tho Re Â¬ vllle Ind 502 near Hardinsburg returned homo latt Sun- Â¬ Green publicans of Harrison county Indiana 813 Hardin day 507 last Saturday Hart Mr W 0 Sterett Washington correspond 101 LaRuo Mr Loon McGavock lias Bold his in Â¬ ent of the Dallas News was in the etty Mon- Mead f50 terest in tho furniture and hardware bus Â¬ day the guest of hit slater Mrs W II JSolson III Â¬ Â¬ Kail tho bargains quick at Sulzors hardware Kile Look out for the big picnic to be given nt Holt August 11 Fresh crackers nnd cakes just received at tho City Bakery Try some of our new fresh cakes just in to day Sulzers Keep tho ball rolling and buy n croquet set u iSulors Dollar count If you nro building get Sitters prices on hardware Wanted regular and transient boarders Mrs Molly Jolly the oltlBnssett House The picnic nt Holt next Saturday the 11th Inst promises to bu n grand nllair If Johnnie gels a new gun this neuron it would bo well fpr him to consult with Sulzers A drawing card the flno tea which Sulzers make a specialty of keeping always on hand Mrs Henry Pool colored died at her home in this city of consumption Monday tho Gth inst Judgo Gregory issued thirty warrants fast Monday for the owners of dogs who had not paid the tax ou them Go to Minors Grove next Saturday nnd spend a pleasant day with your friends Tho picnic there will be a good John Slaton of Itotetta came down last Sunday to visit his daughter Mrs Late Nichols Mr Curlls Bland and Mist Curtlt Bland of Vlncennes Ind were at the lleyter House last Friday Mrs Priest Moorman and children and Mis Moreman of Long Lick are the guests of Mrs a W Short Mr nnd Mrs Frank Lamlrn of Ilawesville were the guests of Mr nnd Mrs W II llnw mer Monday Mr Eugene Tglehenit of Kvnnsvllle was lo tho city Sunday to attend the funeral of the Hon Joe Holt Mrs Caldwell Norton guests of her parents Mr btepbens Holt Miss Cora Claycomb of Louisville and Mrs Is tho Lis 1 of Owensboro came up spent the day with Mils Ltuit Monday afternoon Katty Keld engineer en tho Toxiw road and Slid Clemens coppersmith at tho machlno shnpq were in BoydH saloon one of our llneHt MitooiiR situated in tho very heart of tho elty The two gentleman were leisurely leaning on the bar discuss ing tho result of tho primary with Geo All at once Boyd Boyd the barkeeper threw up Ills hands his eyes popped almost out of ills head nnd they were fixed with a cold stnro nt tho floor toward Reid and tho rear of tho building Clemens turned their fnces in the direc- Â¬ tion that Boyds eyes indicated and they saw a sight that almost made their blood stand still What appeared to be n largo copperhead snnko was leisurely crawling toward the bar All three of tho men were completely paralyzed Thoy knew that they were temperate sober men and that tlo rnloon wns noted for tho puro qunlity of goods sold nt its bar Still they could hardly trust thoir senses nnd eiult was afraid to ask tho other if In fact they had a ho saw nnything At last faint idea thnt they hnd em Reld could stand it no longer nnd snnko or no snnke he was not going to let that wicked looking reptile come any closer without n fight so ho jumped nt it with both feet nnd went to stumping in regu- Â¬ fashion Clemens nnd lar jim jam Boyd joined in tho fray nnd such another snnko battle was never witnessed in nny snloon on enrth before As tho snnke writhed nnd slashed nround their feet nnd legs changing its position solrnpidly it actually looked liko it was a dozen or more shake nnd tho impression was fast becoming fixed in tho minds of tho gen- Â¬ tlemen that they hnd em euro enough Finally Holds heel bruised tho Ber ponts bend nnd tho light wns over The commotion brought Geo W Short thu sober druggist next door into tho room and not until ho had viewed the corpse nnd told tho gentleman that it was actually n copperhend snake were their minds relieved Fortunately no body was bitten but Mr Clemens wns out a seven dollar silk umbrella which ho hnd smashed up in tho fray Tho snako was a very largo ono of tho kind It had probably harbered in the ibnck yard among boxes and old lumber all summer and getting a traveling spell on it Monday afternoon it had onter cd the building at the back door proba- Â¬ bly thinking it was Sunday and was making its way up front Â¬ Â¬ White Sulphur Well Crawford County Intl Reminder List Read This Underwear New management Excellent table Good String Band All kinds of amusements For rates etc Gloves Mitts Umbrellas Â¬ Embroideries juaces Adilicss Elsby Mogan Props Post olllco Ribbons Handkerchiefs Fans Hose Supporters Corsets Lace Curtains We will remind you of the rest when you come in Sulphur Well Crawford Co Ind SIROCCO Mrs Win Bowloy is on the sick li st Hon Gus Richardson attended tho picnic at Andyville Bob Malin Brandenburg is visiting Gabo Board and took in tho picnic Mrs Win Jones is visiting her daughter in Indiana this week B W Hardesty shipped a nice drove of hogs on Tuesdays boat Miss Cora Neafus of Louisville and Miss Kula Neafus of Brandenburg aro visiting their uticle J C Neafus this weok horse traders met again on their own sldo of the river with less eyes than they had when they started out Clarcnco seems highly elated over his trade say bos got a set of eyes anyhow If it wasnt for tho life thats in tho dad burned beast ho could convert It into a hat rack As it is a fellow would bo afraid to hang his hat on it it might kick it up into tho moon 0 Mr Editor John why were you not at Andyville tho day of the picnic You missed it tho damdest Had a big crowd and you ought to have been in it with your nrins full of papers Mr Murray made n great big speech to a largo and attentive audience When Â¬ ever you hear of n picniu at Andyville go there by all means They never fail to drnw a croud nt that place Statement of Condition of the iness nt Lcitchileld nnd has accepted a Uowmer position as traveling salesman with tho Mr Michael Callahan a young bicycle wholesale grocery establishment of Cable racer of Louisville Is here training on the Co of Louisvillo Bros Mr McGav- Â¬ Cloverport track He will remain three or ock was in this city last week op his first four weeks trip He is a clover gentleman a good Mrs T J Mlnary of Louisville who Is man aud we congratulate Cablo Bros vliltlng her parents Mr and Mrs James 0 Co on obtaining so efficient a gentle- Â¬ Stephens at Holt was in the city yesterday man to represent their interests in this hopping section Mr A Y Ford of the Courier Journal ac Â¬ Ohio Washington Taylor Breckonridgo 100 10 20 800 Bullitt Marion Total GOOD 3333 3 303 1100 DEMOCRAT Ji r Lightfoot guetof bit Mr John S Lightfoot the venerablo last Sunday Mitt Llllle fattier of ex Mayor 0 E Lightfoot died S Death of John companied by hit wife and children mother-in-la- wat the E Brown Mrt J Mr Murray Is Too Great a Man To Be Guilty of Doing the Baby Act i rJI i V al iriv - in Rockport Ind last Sunday night He went down there some time ago to visit his daughter Mrs Mary Gabbert and it was at her home that he breathed bis last He was 75 years of age and had been in feeble health for quite a while his death being caused by a general breaking down of tho system His re Â¬ mains were brought to this city and in Â¬ terred in tho City Cemetery yesterday Mays of Webster after quite a pleasant visit to her grand parents In this elty returned home Thursday accompanied by her sister Bestle k K Arfi fV - - Mr Jam is W Miller exichooltuperln ttndent came all the way from Missouri where be was on a visit to cast a vote In thejJDemo- cratlo primary last Saturday Messert Eugene Veil and Cbas P Bab bage Mrs Win Vest and Mrs Etta Evans formed a party that started to French Llek Tbey will remain ten Springs yesterday days Stand By The Party Mr James T Jarboe who has been attend ing school at Hardinsburg paned through EiiEiiEitsviLB Ky August 0 1894 BnKCHNiiiuaB News Complete returns this city Monday morning en route to hit He was accompanied givo Bullitt county to Mr Murray by home near Mooleyvllle by his wife This poll was almost three majority Mitt lone Ecbotl of Indlanopolls and Mill solid for Murray Montgomery carried ZonetonlO Belmont 1 Pitta Point 4 Lalla Prince of Louisville who are visiting Miss Msud Sulser at her beautiful home In Loaches 30 Mt Washington 31 Clero Cannelton were In this elty one day latt week inbnt 3J accompanied by Mlts Salter the guetti of Mr Â¬ I I - f V - V Ul Murray carried Lebanon Junction and Kmll Nolte Slophenlsvlllo ISvorything was quiet The following persons are spending this Wo promised Bullitt to Murray and week at the Tar Springs Mrs A H Flther while tho majority was small it was a Misses Mannle White Georgia White Ida majority to bo proud of Right here White Airs A A Lalleiit and family Mrs under ahadowB of Montgomerys house John JUIlt Mines Annie and Jotle Haltt and hard by tho outer wall of Bon John- - ifcir ana Mn J 0 Nolle Mr ana Mn W M sons Btrouguolu fintriMtiviv was tAil n iitun - UI n a uMt W u uiiii sanguine gome one did too much pre Â¬ dicting We lost a good fight still tight Dental Xotiee ing Montgomery la the nominee Let Dr W B White dentW Louisville iw roily around the old ting and press Ky will be in Cloverport Ky the 30th ferward Trusting that brave eourteoua and 36th of August 184 to practice hie teMt Ikve Murray will vttt go to Cotv profeaekm Decaying teeth treated the Dtmwtomoy to vet for Altai aud saved jKswn b0gl Artificial Dentures ytwitgowyy and thawMug b Nswsfor mule iii the most approved style Arti Â¬ Mtwty favi ficial CtrttwM of Oold or Poresiala insert I aui sywi4Mfoftlljr yotun Mi ou issiuml roots u Fries reasonable J Bfm ttw flapper hoist V EuiTon News Though not ofllcially determined it is evident that I have been defeated in my race for the nomi- Â¬ nation for Congress by tho Democratic party in the 4th District I take this method of expressing my gratitude to my friends throughout tho District for their support and in numer- Â¬ ous instances personal dovotions May I sak all who supported me to actively rally to the support of our party and its representative in the race for Congress Mr Montgomery I am so earnestly of the belief that the preserva- Â¬ tion o tho rights of the people and restoration nnd maintenance of their prosperity must depend upon the carry lug out of tho principles of Democracy and that the defeat of our doctrines meads disaster to the great body of our cltizons that I take tho liberty of asking those who supported me to work and vote for Mr Montgomery Tho situation of tho nice aud tho in fluence brought to bear were too strong for me to successfully combat but I am in Ute fight for my party and its princi Â¬ ples aud whenever lean be of service I will willingly contribute my time labor ami voice during the coming campaign I again urge every Democrat to go to the support of the partys nominee and preserve our lights and liberties and bring posterity to the people by pre Â¬ serving Democratic deetrines and prin Â¬ Duvhj R Mukray ciples Or PrOfs JVs Creww Isskltvc PewOec fAvstj tssBjsisi pss7Ve Thomas Phillips is iu our vicinity with his cyclone thresher and Is turning out the golden grain in a hurry wife and Mr Rhnda Thornberry daughter are visiting Mrs Thornberrys parents Mr and Mrs Alex Hendry of Preston S L Morgan and family and Robt Ashcraft and family spent Saturday and Sunday tho 28th and 29th ult In Littlo Bend the guests of their uncle Rice Fullenwlder Henry Harrington tho jovial jailer stopped on his way to Andyvlllo picnic to refresh the inner man with a draught of adams alo nnd in return trented the Siroccoaus to a littlo back shuiilo which would have made his colored bredron blush with shamo for their dethroned skill Hickerson and Current nro silent on tho subject of stock law since the cartoon appeared In tho News several weeks ago It seemed to bo such n hard pull both ways only thoso that wore on tho fence like the boy on tho hog for instance could seo any fun in it I saw Nancy Hanks and Oliver at the picnic but na Nancy faitcd to scrape up acquaintance with mo at Paynesvillo that time when she had all the fun of sizing mo up wiien I was ignorant of the fact of her being present I retaliated by watching her and Oliver take in tho picnic and wondered if they knew that Sirocco was about I am indebted to my old friend Fonnle Rhodes for an introduction to Mr Carlt Richardson Breckenridgos Democratic nominee for county court clerk who attended tho picnic at Andyville tho 31st ult Fon having conceived the idea that Mr Richardson was the Union Star correspondent to this paper who wanted to shako bands with Sirocco Mr Richardson said that he was not the correspondent referred to but he had given vent to tho vory same expression mentioned above so it seems that out mutual desires were gratilled As I had heard bo much said to his credit I was desirious of meeting him and having met him am favorably impressed with his gentlemanly qualities and think that Breckonridgo like Mcado has been for- Â¬ tunate in selecting her Democratic nom- Â¬ inee for said office I fear though that he was not so favorably Impressed with Sirocco I having had a raco through the dust that morning with Will Arnold tho Populists nominco for tho same ofllce against Dick Nevitt Arnold tried to dust me undor I suppose because I was a democrat He said after we arriv Â¬ ed at the picnic ground that it was be- Â¬ cause he thought I was Davo Murray You soe Murray and Sirocco had hats just alike Not having been well for soveral days the dust filling my eyes and olfactory organs tended to aggravate a nervous headache which developed into a sleop banlshor when I layod my weary limbs to rest that night Some horse jockoys crossed tho river last weok with a view to cheating the Kentucklans out of their eyes The trio consisted of Frank Woolf John Sin Â¬ gleton and 11 Jenneus nil of Mauck port Woolf and Singleton had an old niule that was blind in both eyes Jen Â¬ neus had an old horso minus ouo eye nnd was himself minus an eye They swam their trading stock over the river and Woolf and Slugloton aftor trying in vain to get rid of their blind donkey swam it back to the country from whence it came Jennens was more plucky aftor finding that there was no demand for blind stock In this neck of tho woods moved oil up the rlvor making a trade witli some man up the bottom above Brandenburg trading his ono eyed horse for a two eyed animal of the same her biforous nature but of somewhat differ- Â¬ ent mold Its ears looks like they might have been made to reach back and fan the flies oil of its body as far back as to whore its caudal appendage reaches Its hip bones stand up high and dry net burdened with an ounce of flesh Pos sessed with this valuable piece of prop ertyhe droeeed back down the river ami traded it Wr Ctarenee Gray for a horse blind in both eyes He then swam the horse overHhe river and the trio ol Bank of Hardinsburg INCOHlORATED I1 Tjj AT IIAltlil VMUrilf KY iS 478 9 3 197 SO 17 64 80 4 D7S 00 105 D87 Cl 1 At the close ol business June joth ItlibOUitCIS Furniture and Fixtures Hanking House and Lot Cash In safe and in other banks Btoeki and Bonds Notes and bills Total The Best 133 703 i2 I1AI1IUTIKS Capital Stock paid In in cash Depositi Dlvlden No 7 July 1st 4 iter cent Surplus and undivided profit Total 25 000 00 13 84148 1000 H 00 862 08 133 703 53 SHOE In the World for the money is made v Statement or the Condition or the BreckinriJe lNCOKlOKATKU Bknlc 1801 or Cloverport Ky At the close of business June 30th ASSETS Notes and Dills discounted by Hanks Fixtures and Furniture Hanking Unuie and Lot Debts in Suit Overdrafts Dond Cash Duo from Dank 24 030 80 34 403 97 118 044 25 2 000 00 3 000 00 1 530 U3 1 416 07 29 584 84 Mcintosh And sold 58 440 77 214 017 50 by IIAI11I1TIUS Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided Profit Fund to par Taxe 4 per cent Dividend No 40 Deposits A 45 100 00 25 000 00 5 018 29 1 233 95 1 804 00 135 861 32 214 017 56 B F Beard HARDINSBURG KY Co HV Ladies call for the 11SK1LLMAN Cashier COMMISSIONERS OF VALUAIIIK SALE FRUIT LAND IN Oant help but like it Rose M Meado County Ky Ily virtue of a Judgment and order of sale rendered by the Meade Circuit Court In the case of John S Halls Administrator against hia heirs and creditors I will oiler lor sale at the Court house door In the town of llrandenburg Ky to the highest bidder at lubllc Auction on Monday 1 3th day of August 94 Price Dry Goods Notions Furniture Carpets Mattings Oil Cloths Shoes Groceries 150 immmmmimim To buy goods reasonable is the store for you to go to We only advertise what we mean and do Try us and then be your own Judge We are selling all our Summer Goods at cost for we do not want to carry goods over from one season to another Visit our store and purphase Rome of the great bargains Old At is oclock M or thereabouts and upon a credit of six months the following described lying in me neart oi tne 1rull licit and as gooif t ruit Land as can lie found In the State Six tracts or lots numbered from i to 6 Lots Not i and J containing 113 acres each Lots Nos1 and 4 containing 145 475 1000 acres each Lot No 5 containing 187 7 10 acres and Lot No Lota Nos and a 6 containing i 64 100 acres will be first offered separately and then ofTercd together The best bid will he accepted and the same will he done with Lots Nos 1 and 4 Tha Surveyors llcnort and IMal shows the de scrlptlon and boundary of all said lots Pur chasers will be required lo execute bonds with approved security bearing legal interest liom day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgement lliddem will come pre 1 THE STORE Â¬ Â¬ pared to comply promptly with these terms Com Meade Circuit Court WIIGOUDII NOTICE TO CREDITORS J3RECKENEIDGE It M CIRCUIT COURT 1 Jolly Ilalntlff Notice 5 vs to Louisville Trust Co Assignee of Creditors Itichard and Kendrlck Wathcn Defendants All partnership creditors of Itlchard and Ken- Â¬ drlck Watlien aro heieby notified to produce their claims before the undersigned Commissioner at his ollice n Hardinsburg properly proven on or before the flrtt day of October Given under my hand as Commissioner of said court this first day of August S ii jijiiuiiiw iv wuinr ii i L Notice W K lUrncs Assignee of Win II va Ilcll IUlntlin to It C Armstrong et al Defendants Creditors All persons having claims against the crtate ot Win II Hell are hereby notllird to produce the same before the undersigned Conimiulnuer on or before the first day of October 1S04 at his oAce In Hardinsburg properly proven aa the law directs Given under my hand as Commissioner of said court this August lit V O IIAllllApK Cqmr II C C Emma C layntsr Admx etc Plain Notice vs to tin J llallle laynter Chas C Psynterln- - creditors lants etc and unknown creditors Defendants All rons having claims against the csute of Walker M Pavnter deceased are twrby poll tied to produce their claims he ore Ute tindery signed Com mlMlonsr at hlieHk 1st HardlastHiri pwperly Heyn oa of before the Jlrst day ef Â¬ 4 1 Hardware Glassware Chinaware siP Reliable Store Neff Kagin QUSTOIT KY ij Tinware 01 SALE UUUUUUUIUWU Our Gam Sbirit SO I court this first 1 I Given Under mv band aaComsalssLiaaraf aid isjil of V pBAAOlVloMr KC C Two thoroughbred Jsrsty bull calves Thee calves are VeaulUa end will tx told very ckp Pedigrees furalahad Address n 11 vAifir iwwitymie Mtttsi MlttOr at BoblMtftVa tar ePeryBS arrived obcisM will W f trove twxt itaiuntey 1 8 sfpr ass yiM U p mw v - 5 I iTHEl BRELOKRNBLIDGE NJElW GARRETT Quito a crowd from hero spent last Sunday at tho river Mrs McCatty of Vino Grove Is visit Â¬ ing Mrs- Cru tcher Mr of Sulphur James Woolfolk Sjirlngs was hero tills week Misses Clara ond Flora Loob of Vine Grove are visiting at this place Mr John Blair and family of Stith ton aro visiting his brother and family Mr John Flower and Miss Annio Bell Sipes wero married Tuesday July 31 at St Martins Mr Tom Hamilton and wifo wero vis- Â¬ iting Mr Bud Sliacklett and wifo ono day tills week Mr Hill and wife spent last Sunday evening tho guests of Mr Horace All bright of near Ekron Miss Emma Kurtz of Webster has returned home after a few days visit willi Mrs Crutcher and family Mr J G Sliacklett wife and daughter Mrs Mace Simpson wore here Monday the guests of Rod Sliacklett and wife W B Dowell met witli a great loss lost week by his threshing machine get- Â¬ ting burned up He has replaced it with a new ono and gono to work again Mr and Mrs C T Sipes gave a party last Wednesday evening in honor of their daughters marriage quite a largo crowd was there And all enjoyed them- Â¬ - OLOVERPORT KY is visiting Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report WILLOW DALE Mrs M Key RoYal Breckenridge Departed Died Baking Powder LODIBURG As Items aro scarce I will tell you a few facts worth knowing her son Mr Fred of Auburn Koy mnmmmnmmmNKtmmmmmtmm CREQPRY CO WHARFMASTERS Mrs Mary Withers Is vltltlng her sis Mrs Henrietta Coleman of Weldoli MissEmina Withers is visiting Miss re mawsrj js CLOVERPORT - KENTUCKY In Alio Wholesale ami ltttall Dealers ABSOLUTELY News 8 1894 WEDNESDAY AUGUST July 221894of cholera Infantum little Freddie lnfont son of Mr and Mrs Henry OUryan of Mooleyville Ky aged 11 months and seventeen days All extend sympathy to the bereaved family The little one hat left us now Jor a brighter home above lie hat Rone to join the angels To live forever In their love Twat tad to part with that lair flower Hut God whom he had given Jutt at we learned to love hlin Called him back to heaven What honor could death be If we were to ture of peace At the little one jutt gone before I Twould be a tweet rcleatc For all eternity he It tafe In heayent brlghtett portals Never torrow or grief to tharc With poor remaining mortal With thit tweet comolatlon Well try to grieve no more for him Safe with hit angel guardian Krom helplettncti and tin May God grant ut a happy death Spinach is a Persian plant Filberts catno from Greece Quinces came from Corinth The turnip came from Rome Tho peach camo from Persia The nasturtium camo from Peru Horse radish is a native of England Melons were found originally in Asia Sago is a native of the South of Europe Sweet majorum is a native oi Portugal Tho bean is said to be a native of Egypt Damsons originally camo from Da Â¬ mascus That after our rcleate We may be happy with little Freddie And thare heaven sacred peace WA S Tired Weak Nervous Means impure blood and overwork or too much strain on brain and body The only way to cure is to feed the nerves on puro blood Thousands of people certify that the best blood puri Â¬ fier the best nervo tonic and strength builder is Hoods Sarsaparilla What it lias done for others it will also do for you Hoods Cures Hoons Pills euro constipation by re Â¬ storing peristaltic action of the aili inentary canal GUSTON How refreshing was the shower Satur- Â¬ day 15en Miller is visiting friends at Irving ton Miss Maud Adkisson is visiting in Lou- Â¬ isville Kyle Adkisson is expected homo from Indian Territory soon Misses Alico Tarrett and Betsy Cain are visiting at Urandonburg Business over tho Texas road is pick- Â¬ ing up at a lively rate just now Miss Bertha Lewis who has been visit Â¬ ing Miss Eva Carrigan returned to her homo at Brandonburg last week The pea is a native of the South of Europe Coriander seed came originally from tho East The goosberry is indigenous to Great Britian Ginger is a native of tho East and West Indies Apricots are indigenous to the Plains of Armenia Tho cucumber was originally a tropi- Â¬ cal vegetable Pears wero brought from tho East by the Romans Tho walnut is a native of Persia Cau- Â¬ casus and China Capers originally grew wild in Greeco and Northern Africa Garlic camo from Sicily and the shores of the Mediterranean Tho clove is a native of tho Malacca Island as also is the nutmeg Cherries were known in Asia as far back as tho seventeenth century The tomatoo is a native of South America and takes Its name from a Portuguese word Parsley is said to have come from Egypt and mythology tells us it was used to adorn tho head of Hercules The cantaloupe is a native of An erica ana so nameu from a placo near Rome where it was cultivated in Europe Apples were originally brought from the East by tho Romans The crab apple is indigeous to Great Brittian The onion was nn object of worship wiui me Egyptians two thousand years before tho Christian era It first camo from India The success of Mrs Annie M Beam oi McKeesport Pennsylvania in tho treat ment of diarrhtca in her children will undoubtedly bo of interest to muny mothers She says I spent several weeks in Johnstown Pa after the great flood on account of my husband being employed there We had several chil- Â¬ dren with us two of them took the diarrhtea very badly I got somo of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di- arrluea Remedy from Rev Mr Chapman It cured both of them I knew of sever al other coses whore it was equally successful I think it cannotbo excelled 25 and and cheerfully recommend it 50 cent bottles for sale by A II Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kiucheloe Meador Co Hardinsburg Ky Clyde Shumate who has been visiting his sister Mrs Henry Wrather of Falls of Rough returned homo Friday Quito a number of our little folks aro suffering from bold hives but our clever doctor knows how to alleviate tho pain and tho babes are getting along as nicely as could be expected Wonder who will bo the lucky guessor in the fur contest for tho dresser at Neffit Kagins Bring in you guesses right along as your opportunity to make a guess closes Aug 1 Charlie Pattcson who has been on a protracted visit at his uncle II J lat tesons returned to his homo at Itow letts Ky last week Some of our pretty maids will miss Charlies smiling face Tho man who exhibited tho snakes hero Friday handled tho rattle snako and several other kinds as dangerous as fondly as Miss Hose handles her malteso cat but wo dont envy him his pets by any means HOLT We had a flno rain last Tuesday Plowing for wheat began last week Miss Rosa Miller is visiting relatives at Ruth Allen Black went to Hardin Grove Ind Saturday Dont forget the grand picnic at this placo next Saturday Aug 11 J II Weatherholt has tho finest crop of tobacco in tho neighborhood The K W K string band will furnish the music for the picnic Saturday Mr J F Claycomb Lodiburg spent Saturday and Sunday at this place Miss Nannie Adams Tobinsport spent Sunday with Mrs J II Weatherholt Mr Joe Powers who lias beon quite low with tho fevers wo are glad to know is improving J E B and J H W our weather prophets predict that this will bo a dry month throughout Mr James Johnson and family of Persimmon Flat spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J E Black Tho wind and fiail last week did con Â¬ siderable damago to somo crops in tho upper end of the bottom Mr Frank Walde Hardinsburg and Miss Nora Shumato of Big Spring were guests of Mr and Mrs J A Heston Sun- Â¬ day Mr and Mrs James Tinius and son and daughter visited her mother Mrs Ball at Hardinsburg a few days last week Tho fruit crop will bo very light hero What few apples and grapes there is are of an inferior quality Most of the apples will drop oil before ripening Mr J 0 Tinius has rented tho Minor farm at Addison for the ensiing year and Mr Ciias Tinius r the Millor farm at this place Wonder if the next change It will bo a wedding I think A large concourse of people from here and a distance attended tho burying of Judgo Joseph Holt at tho Holtgravoyard Sunday morning Deceased died in Washington city Aug 1st in the 87th year of his life Tho picnic at this place Saturday promises to bo the best of tho season Messrs Heston Tinius and Smith the managers have spared no pains to make it first class in every respect Good music plenty to eat and fine speaking I will be the order of the day PLANTERS HALL Mr Lafo Cannon was the guest ef Miss Efllo West last Sunday evening Miss Mattio Coouies of Kirk and Miss Eva May spent last week with Miss Eddie Mattiigly Miss Sue Newby of Bock Lick is spending this week with Misses Louella and Maggio Wheatly Crops near this place were looking very dull until alter the rain but now everything looks so fresh Miss Louia Ithodes returned to hor homo near Irvingtou last Saturday after a short timo spent among relatives Mr Celestlno Broy and sistor of Daviess county aro visiting Miss Maggio and Mr James Mattingly this week Miss Julia Mcdly of Meado county and Mr Harry Wheatloy of Big Spring are visiting Miss Belle Wheatloy this week Mr Johnio Burk and sister of Han Â¬ cock county spent several days lost with Misses Margaret and week Itoscan Ilaffby Miss Ellas Mattingly and family Mr John Rhodes wife and little Roy and Mrs Nora Vessels spent last Sunday ut Mr Cliff Mttttinglys Mrs Lnuie Rlloy of Hardinsburg and Mrs Rosa Smith of Planters Hall also Mrs Mabel May of Owensboro and little fair faced babe returned homo lost Sunday after a short and dolightful visit with her father and mother Mr and Mrs James Cannon There was a tkuco at Mr Davo Mat Quito a tlnglys test Tuesday night large erewd attended and alll report a gntad Use and kindly thank the hoste asd hostess for their welcome and pleas aat greet ise to ever one present and remember them for this kind- will kg Lime Bettio B Hambleton at Brandenburg Laths Shingles s s w vn JW Brick Cemenl Forest Haynes of Hardlnsburjr is tho Hair Sash and Blinds Doors guest of his cousin Clarence Haynes Tan Rp Dfi ipnlionN this week and all kinds or Building Material Mr W F Gcrkins and little daughter Ifhen you start out on a Columbia Sole Agents for Stella aro visiting relatives and friends you come home on It Homestead Fertlllzere and Troy at South Park Ky The fait Hat it is impossible to ascertain the quality of a bicycle by a casual cxamina- Bone Moal Mrs Fred Key has returned home after tioh Should be a sufficient reason for buying a spending several weeks with friends and Orders scoompanlned with the eaih promptly wheel wilh a reputation flIUd relatives at Cave City There Is no wheel that has been before the public so MissTena Perry is spending a few long none that stands or ever stood so high none so well days at Pitts Point the guest of her sis- Â¬ guaranteed none whose guarantee is so substantial and so ter Mrs McKinnoy 07 liberally interpreted none so safe td buy as a Columbia Mr and Mrs B Sanders of South Park CNiiuii listed at 125 few rUen will tit to unwise as to forest li lower urate bicycles fit Ky were tho guests of W F Jenkins and family several days last week POPE MFG CO CtUlorvt frvt at our afftiteltf ruUea roc tw 2 ctnt lUaM Boston New York Chicago HartfonL Littlo Susie Doyle returned to her Capital Stock 25 000 home in LoulsVilio Friday after spend Â¬ Surplus 7 000 ing two weeks with Lizzie Gorklns B F BEARD President Messrs Clarence and Forest Haynes WILL MILLER Viee Preildent and Misses Mollie and Maud Withers at- Â¬ Agent Cloverport Ky M H BEARD Cashier tended a party at tho beautiful Tioga O W BEARD Springs Friday night MORRIS ESKRIDOK V - Dire tor Misses Carrie and Ethel Beghtrol high Â¬ I R M JOLLY ly entertained quite a number of their ON TIME DEPOSITS INTEREST PAID MANHOOD RESTORED ZffiZSStfJZSX friends Wednesday evening Plenty of Manttitotdj toenra l neryonsdlMooasucu an Weak Mouiorr Loaiof Urmln rower Ueadacho Wakefulness Lost ManboodNlKhllyUiulslons good music and dancing was indulged in Nervous BCMalldrtlnaandlonnf jpoweMnGenerallYeOmaiia or eltber er caused Have Your Work Done Right py oyer exertion roams a i errors excessive neo oi tonacco opium or sum until quito a late hour Those present tilanuwhlcn IfadtolnnnnltTConinmptlonor Insanity can be carried In work at 1 am now prepared to do fint cli wo n were Misses Emma Maud Pearl and fltwrHPC V prices In Ilrlcklaylnjr and lMaateilnt rrM Teit imciBh vimrDuiDiDrsi or mi oreDaia in iuba oruer selves lTrltteniiniirBnteetocurerrerund the nry Bold brail hard time going to have any work done In my II you are fffiista Auk forltlaka nnnthpr wrtlnfi Pink Withers Alice Rose and Katie line call on or address me at IrvlngtonKy kuuki uu Aimsw Liuw Install wrauper Address NEJIVE SEED CO MasonlaTemDleCiilCAau Withers Belle Christ Sallie Crutcher foetal olaClQrerportKrbr A It F18UK11 and by C C MAHT1N Druggists Home and Abroad ALIIEKT SCItlNDLBIC Haynes It is tho duty of everyone whether at Fannie Withers Etta Gerkins Tedo and Daisy nnd Mollio Withers homo or traveling for pieasuro or busi- Â¬ Messrs Wllber and Arthur Smith Clar- ness to equip himself with the remedy enco and Tom Haynes Off Dawson a which will keep up strength and prevent Stoke WIntcbower Claud Hart Lewis illness and cure such ills us are liable to Withers Clarence Ritchio and Forest come upon all in every day life For instance Hoods Sarsaparilla as a gener- Â¬ Haynes of Hardinsburg al tonic and to keep the blood pure and September 1st the Last Day less liable to absorb the germs of disease This date may not be the last day of will be well nigh invaluable Change all time but it is positively the latest of drinking water often causes serious date that you can rent an Electropoise trouble especially if one has been used for two months for five dollars All to spring water in the country From a orders received on or before this time Sar- Â¬ few drops to a teaspoonful of Hoods will receive prompt attention all now saparilla in n tumbler of wator will pre- Â¬ instruments Dont delay until tho Will begin its second scholastic year last vent the water having any injurious day before making up your mind take effect advantage of it right now One of our Hoods Vegetable Pills as a cathartic patrons thus aptly expresses himself cause no discomfort no disturbance no The Electropoise has cured me of neuJ loss of sleep but assist the digestive or- Â¬ rnlgia indigestion and a complication o gans so ttiat satislactory results are other ailments which had so completely1 effected in a natural and regular manner wrecked my nervous system that my life was a burden I had been sick for1 HITES RUN twenty years I realizo that The Elec- Â¬ tropoise is a propelling force In natures Joe Smith is very ill at this writing store house for suffering humanity It Will pay all expenses for one term of Mr John Gipson and sons have return- Â¬ is natures remedy whose healing effect ks3 ten weeks There will be four terms ed from Edmonson county is so 6ilent so sure and yet so mysterious Mr Taylor and family of Owensboro that it is justly termed the wonder of EiJtt of each and one term of are the guest of Mr L L Waggoner and the ago eight weeks family and other relatives Fifty page book free giving full par- Â¬ Mrs Josens Hardin has been very ill ticulars Address DuBois Webb 500 for some timo witli typhoid feaver but Fourtli Avenue Louisvillo Ky in iL we are glad to say she is improving BEACH FORK Mr Lou Waggoner has greatly im proved his farm that he bought from Mrs Mary Patterson is visiting rela- Â¬ Jeff Miller Lou is a hustling farmer tives at Macksville Tho corn crops hero aro looking fino t We are sorry to relate the sad news of Wo aro needing rain badly now Farm- Â¬ Miss Jesse Lyons death ers aro through threshing wheat and n Miss Sallie Perkins is visiting her good yield is reported brother W V Perkins ofCIoverport Iiites Run needs a store and postofllco Misses Clara and Graco Taut visited the former could do a largo business and lb President the latter would bo of great help as wo Mlsa Alice Brickey Balltowrii Friday evening have to go to Cloverport for our mail Uncle Nat Brickey Mr J N Brickey Mr Chintz Royalty and family will move here soon Mr Royalty will teach and Mr W B Taul are quite sick at this our school with Miss Rose Oolzo as an writing assistant We welcome Mr Royalty in Bro Wardrlp preached quite an in Â¬ our midst teresting sermon Thursday night at That man Blake that tho Persimmon Tauls school house Mattingly who was thrown from a AXTEL Flat correspondant said had lost his mus Tho now doctor who arrived in this horse and soverely injured is improving tacho has como back hero and can be neighborhood a couple of weeks ago 3 THE BEST at this writing very bad hero We need rain HO SQUEAKING heard any time day or night blowing left Saturday for Indiana It is strange that a young man dont The oat crop is very good in this vici5 CORDOVAN his horn whoot whoot-whoo-- at here FRINCHAENAMEUEDCALT Mr Mark Taylor and wife and little nity behave himself when he goes any place travelor whoot whoat he is Blake tho grand son of Owensboro were visitors -- FlNECAlfKWJGASOa of Miss Mary HulTy Is very sick at this There was certainly ono that didnt at champion fox hunter of this community Miss Ithoda Taylor losfweek O59P0LICE3 Soles Sunday school last Sunday evening writing Miss Efflo Wilson Hardinsburg reMr and Mrs Ithoda Thornsborry of Mr Thomas Batte editor of the Mrs Dora Hinton is on the sick list 2I7JBoY3SCHO0LSH0ES Haynesvllle visited Mr and Mrs Alex Graphic TexarkanaArkansas has found turned homo lost wcok after 0 pleasant this week LADIES Hendry and they also visited Mr and what he believes to bo tho best remedy visit with friends and roltttivba1 Mrs Critchelowa littlo babe is very 0- Mrs Dick Hardin several days last week RecTDONGOU Miss Mattio Bricky Mr John Brickey in existenco for the flux His experi- Â¬ sick at this writing SEND FCR CATALOGUE ence ii well worth remembering Ho and Ell Taul attended the Missionary WLDOUCLAS Mr Jesse Arms of Tennessee Is visitsays Last summer I had a very severe meeting at Now Bethel Saturday Mlsa BROCKTON MAS3 rr4frV ing friends at this place will spend this wcok with Miss can aaye monr r by puvcunaluir V I You attack of flux I tried olmoat every known Mattie jfouiiaa nnneei Mr L E Pool leaves for Green river remedy none giving relief Chambe- Â¬ Mollio Withers Dtcauie ye are tbe largest manufacturers of advertised shoe In the world and guarantee to morrow to make ties rlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Mr 11 II Bates and wife and littlo the value by stamping the name and price on the bottom which protects you against high Mr Sam Galoway is elected Ho has Remedy was recommended to me I Owen of Tar Fork spent Thursday and prices and the middlemans profits Our hoes equal custom work In style easy fitting and a bottle and received almost Friday with their sisters Mrs Emma and a girl big enough to wash dishes purchased wearing qualities We have them sold every t tJU tI S immediato relief I continued to uso the Nancy Taul We aro glad to see Mrs where at lower prices for tbe value given than any other make Take no substitute If your A Backtlider was entirely cured I take Bates out again medicino and TipWasNot She has been an invalid dealer cannot supply you we can Sold by CURES NOTHING BUT PILES pleasure in recommending this remedy for quite a while KYTAugu8t 6 Tho IlAnniNsuuno S L SULZER Cloverport Ky to any person suffering with such a News of last week was correct in its SURE nn4 CERTAIN CURE C M McGLOTHLAN CO disease as In my opinion It is tho best statement that my dear little Tip went khown for 15 years as the SHILOH Union Star Ky medicino in existenco 25 and 50 cent BEST REMEDY fcr PILES to Meade countywith me and waB shot bottles for salo by A R Fisher Clover- Â¬ Mrs David Cart is on the sick list But Tip never went to Sunday school or BOLD IIVII DKTJGGISTa frspiMltrXlCHAKECH UIB CO 0T LOUIS port Ky and Kincheloo Meador fc Co Playing baso ball is all tho go with the Church nor was ho in bad company Hardinsburg Ky when shot Ho was alone hunting rab Â¬ Shiloh hoys bits and was not near a sheep It was Mrs Eliza Bandy visited Mrs K M SOLICITING FOR TAR FORK bad enough to bo killed without being Jolly at Irvington a few days ago slandered Protective Success to the Nkws Mr Dick Avitt and family visited his Aluk Witt Tho drouth is yet unbroken AND sister Mrs Bettie Black last Sunday Health in this community is not good Littlo Burne Severs of Henderson is Collection Agency RAYMOND COPYRIGHTS Mr II R Dean is very 111 His death visiting his grandmother Mrs Susan OBTAIN A PATENT t For is momentary expected Prompt nswer nd an bonest opinion wrlta to Frymire Items are scarce MUNN ik Lll who hTa bad nearly flf t yeura1 THIS IS NO HUMBUG Miss Ada Mattingly is visiting her experience In the patent Commonlca Misses Maxio and Ella Bandy two of Sunday school is progressing nicely at tlona strictly oonSdentlal business A Handbook of In- aunt Mrs Frank lluppert lormauon oonoerniiur Inienia ana now to ob- Uintb m asat rree aim a catalogue OX mecnan Some ono should attempt another picnic our most pleasant girls aro visiting their this place BIG PAY TO THE RIGHT MAN am aolentlflo books sent 1 rea brother Junius Bandy Lodiburg Crops are noeding rain badly in this leal Op recelye Iatente taten turongh uunn for with them comes the rain peolal notloeln the Melon tide Anterlrnn and tuua are vrouut wiaeiy oernra wie puoiiawun Mrs Eliza Bandy and daughter Bina neighborhood Mr Thos Kcenan died the 2nd Inst Headquarters BOWLING GREEN KY yu wi iu tua lnTBUujr uais spienaia paper Issued --eeil r elegantly illustrated naa dt far the havo returned home after a pleasant visit Mrs John Mercer who lias been sick Interment at his old homestead larvest ctrcu latlon of any aclentIHA work In thi roria 83 a year Bamnle ooDlea sent f reu Meeting at Cave Spring ovory 4th to seo her Bisters Mrs F M Board Gar- Â¬ is convalescent Edition monthly sua a year Hlnla unaii Jet Kyerr number contains field and Mrs Nancy Bandy Irvington Sunday Pastor Rev J D Duncan POSITIONS GUARANTEED Miss Allie Frank of Louisville is visÂ¬ Copies plataacents colors and photofraphaofbeau In new lOtuea with plana enabllnn builders to show the Our school house is Hearing comple- Â¬ iting her sister Mrs John Mercer under reasonable conditions Our PKEE Mpaae Wagei Kay Bo Better tion The Trustees have not employed Mr Willie Head went to Corydon Fri Â¬ The Owensboro Messenger say a The day to see his tnothor Mrs A T Dranghons Practical Easiness College a teacher Ifead Mr and Mrs Win McCarty of Whltes- - employees of the Texas are beginning who is very ill NASHVILLE TENN Wrlio forcsulojM J BM yttfhg Shorthand Pcnmimhlp and T4 ville visited their daughter Mrs Thos to hopo for their old standard of wages WSspondmoro money in the trtftby Mr J F Claycomb is again doing suc of which was cut 10 per cent some time II Bates last week far ffnployineniDepartment hn half the Hasinas In- Â¬ Callage take In as tuition 4 weeks by our method Mr J B Rico has purchased tho prop ago Yesterday 28 cars of freight were cessful business for the Continental teaching book keeping I ciua to 12 weeks by the old plan teachers 600 students past year no erty now occupied by 0 W Stone Mr loaded horo a great deal of which was surance Company rieatlooj toy tins Cimr IIoukp We have Mr Andrew Steele of Louisvillo who Rice will go into tho morchantilo busi Â¬ whisky Tli rough extra freight trains tseeetly prepared beaks especially adapted to being run every day and passenger has been visiting Miss Janle Hendry for aro ness HOME STUDY Write u and cipUIb iiftt oa 60 diy trial several days returned home last Mon Â¬ trafllo is good your wants NB We pay g catliftraflw Mr J 0 Boswell ono of tho bes day kueie a book keepers stenoKranhnrs teachers iarks etc reported to us prcvldndvie fillsae Notice known and most respected citizens of Mlsa Nettle Cashman returned from Brownwood Texas suffered with di- Â¬ The Breckenridge County Teachers Brandenburg Sunday where she has arrhea for a long time and tried many Institute will be held in Ilardinsbunr been attending thtg Teachers examina Â¬ Give us a trial of your different remedies without benefit Ky beginning August --K18t and con tion tinuing five lays The law requires all Colic until Chamberlains Cholera teachers and those who expect to teach Miss Vanna Junes of Louisville who and Dlarrhtea Remedy was used during this school yetr to attend the haa been vlitlng her cotwin Mlseea that relieved him at onee For sale by mil term Trusteed are required to notify all Bettie and Mary Mereerr weat td Kkroa A It Fisher Cloverport Ky and teachers and those who expaet to teaeh Friday to vuit two tHteies Our Oeui Shirk have ttrivfd ehkw KIneheloe Meador A Co Hardinsburg of the time and We are uiad to bear that Mary lee of meeting Ky -50wli4BblMwa n KipHAMi AMOWQM attM r Yollow Pine Flooring and Celling h rxrv r zfDi BANK HAEDIflSBUM mr4JiA -- Sr Breckenrid ge Normal Colle ge Tuesday Sept 4 1894 3300 in tenweeks Iff Â¬ Tuition 800 per term advance Board 1000 per month every thing furnished Address R P SH ACKLETT T HARDINSBURG KY W L Douglas 3 SHOE Â¬ TABLERSDH Tl buck eye OINTMENT ruiu I Agents Wanted Lovings JW mt er 11 d Â¬ 40B WORK tr r T w jUtijt - ar folni m- LnrjiiiLi0X- iJwJ LTLVflSaSS i- - u Bwi iMiaJMJ