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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ixr twww C iT iFr V 1 m rr ro 7fT tv W T - rT V3 rf Tfrrr1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VDL XIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY both tongup and pen His appeals w ru tho most eloquent of nil and few men diil as much as ho to keep Kentucky in If one would learn what a the Union wizard of epei eh hit huh let him i xiimine tlioold files of the luisvlllo Journal of the spring of IStSI and read Holts fa mous letter and even more famous speech He continued to support tho Union cause until the end Unfortunately for him a woman now unanimously ac quitted of guilt was accused tit n time when a mere chage was fatal and Holt prosecuted that woman and got a ver- Â¬ dict She was executed by tho hangman and that fact it was that drove Holt from tho public gaze Ho was forced to aban don political ambition at a time when ho was in tho full fruition of his prodigious intellectual powersarul when his match Â¬ less powers as an orator were at their zenith But his account is closed He is be Â¬ yond tho reach of all his enemies Ho belongs to history but it will bo years yet before history renders a final judg ment in his case and in tho great cause of North versus South in which ho was so conspicuous both as an advocate and Savoyaiui as an actor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AUGUST1 15 1891 NO 4 JOSEPH HOLT His Early Llfo In GOLD RESERVE How ilio Govornniuiit May Stop llio Kentucky and His in Political Activity sfppl- Missis Outflow of Gold From tho Treasury Carlisle is Acting Under Instructions That Ho Cannot Ignoro AND HOLD Â¬ Rotiroment From a Busy Caroor When in Full Fruition of His Wonderful Powers A WIZARD OF SPEECH HIS JOB Correspondence of the Courier Journal li hi it h i Washington Aug 0 rOno by ono the great nctors on Uio tremendous Btago of a third of a century ngo nrrlvo at the inexorable point whero llmo unvaila The paBt week Joseph Holt tteuilty the famous Judge Advocate and Austin Ulairono of the great War Governors died Blair dropped out of public mind after his support of Greeley in 1872 and Holt may bo said to liavo retiied from the stage of action after the execution of tho findings of that celebrated court mar- Â¬ tial with which his name is inseparably linked Even if ho only did his duty as a public olHcial that trial was an irrepar- Â¬ able misfortune to him and an ever- Â¬ lasting regret to tho country Joseph was n wonderful man with a splendid intellect and a mighty genius as an orator After his education at St Jospplirt and at Centre he opened a law olllie in ElizAbethtown where ho met in forensic combat such men as llowan Wicklille Hardin Hayes and Guthrie That was in 1828 the year Old Hickory Ho was then llrat Bwept tho country the pride and wonder of tho Democratic party of that vicinity though scarce a voter In that same town and in that vicinity John Youiig lirown was to play a similar part thirty years later Jour years later Holt moved to Louisville and became prosecuting attorney an oflii e for which ho had a genius just as Na Â¬ poleon had a genius for war or Uuriick n genius for the stage Gieat as Holt was as an advocate ho was infinitely great- Â¬ er as an accuser One day old Bon Har Â¬ din came out of the courthouse in Louis- Â¬ ville and a friend asked him what was The grim old lawyer going on within replied Joo Holt is astride the rainbow butting his head against thd stars and as a consequence thoro is going to be a hanging in this town before long Perhaps tho only nmn who over approach- Â¬ ed him as a prosecutor was tho lato Elijah Hiso though it is not at all prob-Â¬ able that cither Holt or Hiso could have improved on Hardins management of tho famous Wilkinson trial at Harrodsburg In 1835 Holt movfcd to MissiEsippi and settled at Port Gibson It was here that he came in rivalry and not infrequently successful rivalry with that wonderful prodigy Sargeant S Prentiss And here too he formed an association that doubt- Â¬ less had a tremendous efTect on his fu- Â¬ ture He became an active partisan and coadjutor of Koburt J Vdlkerand it was utterly impossible that Robert J Walker and Jeflereon Davis because of the irre- Â¬ pressible antagonisms of their natures could ever bo friends though acting to- Â¬ gether in tho same political party Thoro is a story whether truo or false that when Davis was Secretary of War and dominated the Administration of Presi Â¬ dent Pierco Holt usked favors at his hands These woro refused and unfor Â¬ tunately Davis could not refuse gracious- Â¬ ly There are thoso who suspect that the haughty refusal was partly responsible for the relentless uttitudo Holt assumed in 1801 In 183 there were Plush Times in the then Southwest and Mississippi was the tlushest of all tho Southwest States Every villago was a boom town a Wich Â¬ ita or a Middlesborough and so con- Â¬ tinued until the paniu of 1817 The courts were crowded with litigants and evory litigant had money to turn up Holt was the ono rival of Prentiss and both reaped a rich harvest of fabulous fees Holt was a prudent man and hus banded his money so that when he re- Â¬ turned to Kentucky in lVl he was a rich man for that day He engaged actively in politics all his life and it was his magnificent conven- Â¬ tion eloquenco that made Richard M Of Johnson Yico President in 1830 that oration John W Forney says Ilia coal black hair Hashing eye olive complexion graceful figure and thrilling voice electrified tho convention Never was there a more dramatic scene Â¬ SOONER OR LATER The Day is Coming That All Catholic Saloon Keepers Will Either Have to Quit the Business or Leave The Church Be Excommuni- cated CATHOLIC TEMPERANCE MOVE i If 5 h ii- - i t 4 Holt remained in Louisville practicing his profession and managing his estate Ho then spent several years in Europe in travel and Btudy In J837 Mr Buchanan appointed him Commissioner of Patents in recognition of his great Se- Â¬ rvian on the stump in tho campaign of 1830 That was tho first presidential election for a long time that the voto of Kentucky was cast for the Democratic ticket and very much of the credit was lue to Holt In 1830 ho nntered tho Cablnent as Postmaster General and the following year ho became Secretary of War In 1801 there was a mighty political struggle in Kentucky The question was union or disunion On the Union aide ware the Louisville Journal J J Crit- teiulwn James Outline O A WIckliflt J tt Underwood Garrett Dayte Thomas BnuwMU Frank WUwd R J ftpoklnridtp and many oUmn To the li of thM eama Joseph Holt wllh Â¬ The mont important service rendered to the cause of temperance for many yeais ia to bo credited to tho Catholic Uhnich Bishop Watteison of Colnm Ijiih O iwmed u pastoiul letter with Â¬ drawing his approval from any and every Catholic society having a liquor dealer saloon keeper at its head or among its officers until it ceased to he so officered and also forbidding tho admission of any one engaged in the manufacture or sale of intoxicating liquors to membership in An apany such society in his diocese peal was taken to Mgr Satolli and he sustained the Bishop thus giving his potent indorsement to the idea that the liquor business should be placed under the ban of tho church in a positive and practical way This action on tho part of the Popes representative in this ountry is being severely criticised in certain quarters but it is not likely to Ho has put bo reversed or modified himself unconditionally on tho sido of temperance and aggressive hostility to the liquor Interest notwithstanding the fact that a largo proportion of tho saloon keepers in the United States aro Catho- Â¬ lics and he may be expected to maintain that position and to use his influence in all ways for the suppression of the most prolific ot all sources of vice and misery At tho recent meeting of the Catholic Total Abstinonco Union nt St Paul the course of Bishop AVatterson and Mgr Satolli was approved in emphatic terms The scandal of a preponderating num- Â¬ ber of Catholics in the saloon business It was has been too long endured declared and this Convention rejoices ReHolutlons that a now diy is at hand were passed urging Catholics to banish liquor from their homes clubs and ban Â¬ quets to excludo saloon keepers from their societies and to refuse their sup- Â¬ port to Catholic papers that allow liquor dealers to advertise in their columns The Pope sent his special blessing to the Convention by a cablegram and a lettor w os received from JIgr Satolli saying that tho total abstinonco society is tho guardian of the homes of America and they who refrain from Intoxicating liquors secure an incorruptible crown for Archbishop Cor religion and country rigan has written a letter in which ho cordially occepts tho principle of Mgr Satollis derision which implies an in tontlon to enforco it in Now York and other prominent Catholic leaders have expressed themslves in tho Bame way The opposition to 11118 new policy is formidable to be sure and it will not surrender without a determined struggle but in the end it will have to yield and tho victory thus gained for temperanco will bo a most notable one reflecting much honor upon tho Catholic Church and contributing greatly to tho welfare and happiness of tho couutryGlobo Democrat Â¬ WELL BALANCED tho mind ot tho woman who knows the best medi cine for uor actus pains und woaknuM U to be found In Dr 1Icreon Favorite Proscription It la a remedy which corrects and curen tho ditttrufktug deranee menU uml disease peculiar to wonuui build up and strengthens her ny tem when slion weak run down and overworked For an in Â¬ Â¬ correspondent wants to know if there isnt somo method by which tho government can stop the outflow of gold from tho treasury In reply wo would say that there is tho simplest method iu the world the method of common sense the method that is employed by the Bank of France the method that was employed by our own treasury until Calico Charley Foster agreed to give tho New York agents of foreign bankers an oppottunity to get their hands on the gold reserve Ho did this by means of n treasury policy unheard of until ho adopted it by which silver notes were made re Â¬ deemable in gold at tho option of tho note holder Foster did this under the instructions of somo of tho New York bank presidents and it has been kept up by Mr Carlislo not because Mr Car- Â¬ lisle doesnt know better but because Mr Carlislo Is acting under tho instruct- Â¬ ions that ho cannot ignoro without resigning his place Tho excuse for this policy which Hies iu tho fare of reason common sense and all banking experience is that it is necessary in order to keep up the par- Â¬ ity between silver and gold As a matter of fact this parity has never been threatened Tho coined silver nnd its paper representntivts have circulated among tho people on an entire equality with gold Parity was not threatened when Charles Foster adopted his re- Â¬ markable policy If it had been if there had been tho slightest doubt in tho minds of the people with respect to the efficiency of silver corn and silver notes as debt paying money tho policy ho udopted would have destroyed the parity between the metals at once For the policy of redeeming silver notes in gold is an advertisement to tho public that silver coin is not good enough for those who hold government obligations that thoro is more efficacy in gold We say therefore to our correspondent that tho way and tho only way to stop tho outflow of the gold reserve if tho government is anxious to stop it which Is doubtful to say the least is to return to tho policy that prevailed be-Â¬ took fore tho great Ohio bankrupt charge of tho treasury That policy was tho uso of both gold and silver as the money of redemption except in the case of certificates of deposit Theso were redeemed in tho coin called for by tho contract on their face gold certificates in gold and silver certificates in silver If the reserve is of such importance as to justify taxing tho peoplo to keep it intact it is certainly important enough to justify those who have chargo of it in taking extra precautions to maintain it But that is precisely what is not done under tho policy now in voguo Tho peoplo have to pay interest on 550000 000 of gold borrowed last February as wo now see purely for the accomodation of Ktiropcau bankers If when Herr Ickelheimer or Monsieur Iuzard saunt ered up to tho subtreasury counters und called for gold they wero told that they could get it only by paying a commission something liko 4 or 5 per cent nbovo the par of exchange those lively agents of foreign bankers would walk oil witli fleas in their ears The peoplo may cousolo themselves however Tho treasury policy which has been the means of sending out moro than 72000000 of gold- since tho first of January will work its own euro The day will come if It has not already been reached when no American bank will put up its gold to bo Bhipped abroad The policy leads straight to a silver basis The treasury will be unablo to pay out gold when it has none on hand Then gold will go to a premium and disappear and for atimotho people will liavo a period of rest and recuperation Whon gold goes to n premium silver and its paper representatives will still retain their debt paying power but thdlr pur Â¬ chasing power will be somewhat les Â¬ soned Prices will rise values will ex- Â¬ pand those who aro hoarding money will turn it loose the wheels of industry will begin to turn and prosperous times will returu again Atlanta Constitution A Â¬ Â¬ - Building Good Roads Illustrative ot tho small coil of building good roads tho following from the Klizahethtown News is of interest The work has actively begun of put- Â¬ ting roek mid gnu el on wverul of tho ptiniipal wads in 1110 county Kellar lias his large crusher set on Mr Alfred Browns placo on tho Hhepherdsyllle road and is crushing about lJO yards of rock a dav Commissioner Branch In Â¬ forms us that ho is hauling the crushed rock two miles from tho crusher and that it takes thirteen wagons to keep up with the machine By the cohtrnct the rock crushed for a mile of road costs WXX and putting tuo rock on costs JlO SO this makes each mile of piko cost 0J1C0 Tho work of graveling tho Bardstown road two miles out from town will probably bo completed this week From twenty to thirty cars loaded with the gravol como from Colcsburg every day and a long line qf teams aro going all tho timo making tho road Wo understand that nearly all tho roads are to bo gravel ed two miles from ton The figures hero given nro especially migjjlstivo when it is remembered that in many parlof this county tho finest quality of stone can bo had in abundance and need bo heeded but a short distaneo to tho roads where needed The work of thus improving our roads would givo employment to a largo number of idlo men and every dollar it costs would be left among our homo people Tho added valuo to tho farms of the county would more than cover tho entire cost of construction May wo not hope that some not far distant day will see this reform started Hartford Herald hero Ah Â¬ Â¬ INVESTMENTS These May Qu Mado Bad in Those Disturbing Timos If Wo Aro Thoughtless Tho Sobor Industrious Salvation Country THEY ARE CONSERVATIVE lVOIffV DONT ACCEPT IMITATIONS THE Classes oF 99oPURE 1 Will Bo Tho tho PROCTtn b GAMDLC CO C4NTI o R BEATS THEM ALL w E Mr Thomas Batte editor of tho Graphic TexarkanaArkansas has found what ho believes to bo tho best remedy in existenco for tho flux Ills experi ence U well worth remembering He says Iist summer I had a very sovero attack of flux I tried ahnostcvery known remedy none giving relief Chamber Iains Colic Cholera and Diarrlnea Remedy was recommended to me 1 purchased n bottle and received almost immediate relief 1 continued to uso the medicine and was entirely cured I tako pleasure in recommending this remedy to any person suffering with such a disease as in my opinion It is tho best 25 and 50 cent medicine in existence bottles for sale by A R Fisher Clover port Ky and Kineheloo Meador Co Ilardinsburg Ky Â¬ high Plains Plenty of dry weather Mr C C Martin ha3 returned from Louisville Mr Quiggins of Ha dins Spring will teach tho winter school at this placo Messrs John B and James Carter wero tho guests of their sister Mrs W T Norris last Sunday Mr Adkinson and family have my sincerest sympathy in tho sad death of their son and brother Dont forget Brother Galloways reg- Â¬ ular appointment tho secoud Sunday in every month at 4 oclock in tho after-Â¬ noon Mr Hack Stinnett wife and daughters Winnie and Maude of Lost Run were the guesta of Sir John Richardson nnd family last Sunday Misses Anna Norris Annie L Stack houso Ruth Kasey and Winnie Stinnett were tho guesuj of Miss Mary Richardson last Saturday night also Messrs Isaac and Jumes Carter Willie Norris and Owen Knsoy Mr Joel Carter and wife spent a day WT and night with their Norris near Big Spring last week On their return thoy took their little grand son andgrand daughterHarry nnd Cova son-in-la- Just for fun Mens socks 3c I Hereafter In this country tho lino will tiOO LadicsTan Shoes for OSc worth bo drawn very sharply between the G -- 00 Ladles Fino Slippers for 1 00 worth anarchistic enemies of property and tho I H Co One Lot Children Slippers for 4Dc worth safeguards of order nnd tho conservative N Â¬ 35o A Ono Lot Daby Shoes for 10c worth peoplo who respect those rights and de A mand their protection as essential to the 15c V ladies Vests for Cc worth maintenance and progress of civilization o ladies Vests for Ho worth Theso sane and law abiding people 50c Indies Vesta Lisle thread for 10c worth make up the great mass of our society R They aro citions who command the most honor and wield the most Influence Thoy nro men iu every community H HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS and women who bring up their children in tho fear of God and inculcate in them the virtues of sobriety industry thrift and fidelity to duty They teach them that it is wrong nnd disgraceful to tako -- 5c Ono Lot Lakles Whito Aprons for 10c worth V O what does not belong to them or to in- Â¬ 25c Wool Challie desirable patterns for 10c worth rights of their neigh- Â¬ terfere with tho A bors They tell them that wastefulness One Lot Shepherds plaid Cotton Worsted for Jc R In tho uso of their own or the property -- 0c worth I of others committed to their keeping Is R 20c sinful Ono Lot Dark Mulls for 10c worth I The great mass of theso families are Remnants Calico 3Jc yard C poor peoplo The rich aro few compara- Â¬ I Their children aro instructed Y tively that they will have to work for their liv- Â¬ They nro ing as their parents do Ky taught to despisa begging and to abomi Â¬ GEO YEAKEL CO nate stealing They aro taught to ren- Â¬ der faithful service for thu Aages paid them guarding tho interests of their em ployers as u duly they owe to themselObedience Integrity and the ves cheerful peiformanco of their tasks iu r tho best way they know how nro inculfrom their earliest youth cated in them WE ARE They nro taught to bo saving and thus acquire respect for tho rights of propto SOLE AGENTS erty They are warned against malico IN THIS COUNTY to others a Theso peoplo make up tho best and FOR THE SALE largest part of our society Thoy the support thn churches and they aro self OF THE sacrificing in giving a schooling to their They mo tho quiet people children who avoid mobs and do their own think Â¬ ing without seeking assistance from howling labor agitators and socialistic demagogues Thoy mind their own bus Â¬ iness and nro not willing that Debs and So Ids kind should manage it for them proceeding thoy often liavo something laid by for a rainy day and they want to Quality Purity keep it Thoy cannot keep it under an anarchistic rule opposed to all property Jofj Unexcelled Recommend and tho right of everybody to hold and ed by leading physi- Â¬ honestly eujoy his own securely and cians These peoplonro going to do tho rul- Â¬ carefully and thor- Â¬ ing hereafter moro oughly than ever befure and it will bo woe for the political party which sots Wholesale and Hetalt DiUKgiits This itself against their determination BRANDENBURG KY invest- Â¬ is a bad time to make political ments in the properties of Populism y Tyy y rT y y TTr V V TTT Communism nnd Anarchy New York T yy T T y Tr TV T TTrTy WW f T T V VT Sun DANIEL BROOKS J M HARPER Ayers Aguo Curo is an antidote for J 0 B0URNK malaria and all malarial diseases wheth Â¬ er generated by swamp or sower Neither quinine arsenic nor any other CO BROOKS BOTJENE Injurious drug enters into tho composi Â¬ tion of this remedy Warranted to euro fever and ague a pair T O E S lo F L T E W P E T E S Brandenburg Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 444tft44444t4 in I Â¬ I v II I tS rw r and I fW BOURBON nsrEvrra i HARPER Â¬ No Such Good Luck Taddells Have you heard Trotters last story about his smart baby Willies I liavo heard his latest but 1 am nfruid it isnt his lost --Truthi THE TURNING POINT reachedwhen you begin to have Jafiita lion of the Commission Salesmen of Live Stock OATTLK HOGS AND SHEEP STOCK YARDS1 LOUISVILl P KY The success of Mrs Annie M Beam ol McKeesport Pennsylvania in tho treat ment ef diarrlnea in her children will undoubtedly bo of interest to many I spent soveial mothors She says weeks in Johnstown Pa after tho great flood on account of my husband being employed there We had several chil Â¬ dren with us two of them took the dlarrhoja very badly I got BOine of Clwmborlaina Colic Cholera nnd Dlarrhoja Remedy from Rev Mr Chapman It cured both of them I know of Bover nl other cases where it was equally I think it cannotbo oxcolled successful 25 and und cheerfully recommend it 50 cent bottles for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky nndKincheloe Meador Co liardinsburg Ky Â¬ Â¬ VTWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT COWLING GREEN Has been Business Mm oeMfi ESTABLISHED IN 1BTO SOUTHERN ormal School c u 1 1 y in brtathing Your blood is impure you need a turning ovtr Heart diffi BOWLING GREEN I SOUTHERN NORMAL BUSINESS COLLEGE SCHOOL Teacher Scientific ami Clawic The great Busineii Training School oltlie South I Kngllih Music Art and Elocution provided Telegraphy Type 1 Courses Book Keeping Short hand bend or Low rates of board and tuition Writing and Penmanship Typils can enter at I lor any time Send or catalogue I catalogue C1IEEKT UKOS Fropri Bowling Groan Ky Course dttlrod Addross t39Uentlon TUfW TO SflRSflPfltIUliH It will set you up nnd make a ucw person of you For sale by AR FISHER Druggist BEATS E8 RATES ZV PCR DAY The most contrallg located Hotel In tla citg Whore the Old Man Came in J HB Whafa Dick dolug now V Well Dick lies a doctorin And John V Hes horso tradln Aud William Hes a aavin ofBouls And Tom V vieoratiuK reitorativo toruo cupoclaUy adapted to Well Tom hes sorter rolitiolanlu woman need- - the Fa Â¬ around to vorite Prescription And yoa positive iu iU etruct that It U nuarantefil It It ever Well Im sorter faruiln aii a feedin talk to benefit or cure in tutu for which its odvbed of Dick an John an William an you have your nwney baelc Tom Atlanta Constitution What else uv be just w good for you For bearing down mbw All run down from weakening ef Wone ulesratleu Inflaiiiroa- uob everyHuag nu vm m ftwte of warm wither you twod a good It fwnale eownlStet tfeie k a iwMtlv tMti sale oer- - liftHta and Uteou purifMr Ilka Hoods Or UUu mm 1 1 Funny Men editor ot the Glasgow Republican To Cloverport Ky has discovered a lot of funny men and There aro a JFEEDY anil LASTING RESULTS writes of them as follow great many fuuny meu in tho world nnd FAT i Yeii You ro laconTcnicnco c t cMiUy einic they are funny on many different sub Â¬ CMgll ABS3IUTZLT TUX two thlA from ny Inlurioui tubituicc jects But at this writing wo will confine TIME ABEQUIUa SttUCID ourselves to the funny men and their w rlllRlNTEQ a CURE or refund vour mantr bottle SnJ4c lor tftli Irlco MI OO funny actfona In regard to newspapers CUK3IONT MKDIOAI CO Uoton MftM Some funny men subscribe for a paper BESTINQUALIT and pay in advance others subscrllo MOST IN QUANTITY ami pay in a few months others pay promptly at tho end of the year while others forget to pay for their paper But the funniest ot all aro the men who tako the paper from the nost ollice addressed to them tor months and they and their WHITES CREM families read and enjoy them until re Â¬ minded that their paper is not paid for when they make the very startling FOR 20 YEARS Has lad all WORM Ramadlet discovery that they never subscribed for PEOPLE j JOHNSON MANAOCR - ge- - ouisviue Ky pr WORMS vermifuge every tMU HIT ALT - Tiy Bahbages 50c Shirtm t j mm - ff bottle wammteei BKVWimi K VH C iML fflzmmfrW 2 KaBB vJ WwUiPilrWtm4MiMHilWlMH PrUcs CrMH Bakl Pewfer IWMRMM aVStmi w ii M mmw0lfoi WRrasBW iiwwi nwm mwniiwwiim ViJE V THR Breckenridge News BRE1GKRMELIDQEX NRWS GLOVEXHlPOHr HARDINSBURG L H W KV u The silvery waved and beautiful but cruel Ohio claims about two victims V 0 BiUtgi Editori and Proptlttri from Jno D Cloverport annually Will Morton one of our best and most exemplary WEDNESDAY AUGUST 15 1894 young men is the first this season In Admce Y anbietlptton Prloe 100 If we remember correctly about a If Pali it tht End of the Tm 8125 mouth ago the Meade Messenger said that Montgomery would carry Monde county six to one over Murray Tho result is still fresh In the niinfts of the TIME TABLE THE pm m PEEPEES In BRANDENBURG Willie Flora of Anchorage Is hero Mrs D W Futrlcigh Is at Ciruleau was at church lost PMitnger Dally 00l0 Tilt OOISO AST rr lUrdlnibnrg liill 7t40 PtMtngrr Dally arr Ilarllnshur Tho SIX PAGES DEMOORATIO TICKET ALEX For CongteM B MONTGOMERY people For County JuJge JOHN ALLEN- MUKUAY - Knr County Attorney MILTON BOARD n o richaudson F K ltllODES Ior Aieor 1IENKV GAUNER Ior A A Surveyor For County Clerk Tnuiv it seems that the fates just now have it in for Henry Morton Only a few weeks ago he had his thigh broken while at work at his mill and now he is bowed with grief over the loss of his old- Â¬ est son by drowning Tho News ex Â¬ tends heart felt sympathy W Y Atkissov tho Democratic can Â¬ didate for Governor of Georgia earned the money to pay his fediool expenses by hauling wood everyaturday for the people of Coweta in which village he He is a lawyer by profession was born Ho is but a man of small fortune know n us tho Wagon Hoy of Coweta The Meade County Messenger did good work for Judge Montgomery It gave the llardin county nun a solid supimrt verjinuih in tliccon trary of one ot Judge Montgomery home piiers Itnrdin Independent Everybody knows that tho Meade County Messenger was just as solid for Montgomery as Hen Johnson could pos sibly have wished but Meade county wasnt solid by a deal of a sight Â¬ Ior Sheriff IxiIIEIST J S Ior Jailer DeJERNETTE For Coroner WM EMBRY REPUBLICAN TICKET For Coiircs County court next Monday There is hut very little slekncwi In the burg Claud Mercer returned to Washington latt Saturday Piof R P Shackled went to Mend county last w ok Jones Mercer IouIsnIIIc was here ono day last week Tho Misses Mitchell of Louiflvillc aro visiting Mrs Moorman Miss Lucy Frank of Uewleyvllle is visiting Miss Stella Scott Mr Joel Pile is visiting in tho Custer neighborhood tills week Our time to loso money your lime to mako It -- T t L wis Uo Mrs Rettio Whltoheadof Vino Grove is visiting Mrs John Alexander Rev W H Snoed went to Howling Green last week to attend a camp meet- Â¬ ing We always mako it our piinciplo to look after your interest T C Lewis k Co We have the jewelry you have tho money suppose we trade T C Lewis Co Springs Peoples Party Hold a Mass Miss Luta Willitt Convention and Put a Ticket Sunday night y fMnf tho Hold They Draft a Platform and Place Themselvos Squarely on It For a Political Fight AND Mm Tom Unwind ami Fred nto homo from Anchorage Mr and Mm El Ywikel have return ed from Ixmlsville Mrs John Hardin and Mrs McMonl gletj babes are better llro Hunts wife and little daughter j Ined him here last Satuiday Â¬ THErWILL OET IT JOHN W LEWIS For County Jmlge WM AHL For County Attorney U N MILLER For County Clerk J 0 CUNNINGHAM For Sheriff SI PATE For AiHiwr W E DOCKERY Ior Surveyor CHINTZ ROYALTY Forjaller JUS SHELLMAN Ior Cormier J OK TAUL PEOPLES PARTY TICKET For Cnu nty JulKe S E WAGGONER For Count Clerk A M HARDIN For AiMimr 0 A PENIC Kor Mirvryor H 0 JOLLY For Jillrr N JOHN WM iTlT Â¬ be seen that Gov Brown is still J T Kingston advertises the old fair standing by his friends in his appoint Â¬ grounds farm near this place for sale in ment of the Hon Isaac M Quigly of this issue Paducah to 111 the vacancy ou the Mr W S Heard returned from MinCourt of Appeals bench caused by the eral Springs Ind last week greatly Mr death of Chief Justice Hcunett improved Quigly is less than thirty five is a bright The people of Clifton Mills are making young lawyer and a still brighter politi- Â¬ cian His age we should think would preparations to entertain tho Presbytery hardly permit of his having the expe Â¬ which meets there soon Dr J D Husli of Hawesville will bo rience of w liich a Chief Justice should be in Hardinsbutg Aug 20th to remain one possessed week and practice his profession In the county conventions held in the Rev Joseph Keenan finui tho Tar Second Congressional Distriit last Sat- Â¬ Fork iieighhoihood was here Sunday McClaiu and preached in thoM E church urday Clardy received J0 and Vance 1711 Instructed votes Tho Master Commisioner will offer the Seven tenths of a vote is uniustructed Peek farm lying near Irvington for salo will meet in The district convention at the court house door next Monday Owensboro to morrow and Dr Clardy Mr and Mrs John P Ilaswellaud Mr will lack one and four tenths votes for a The Frank Haswell wife and children spent nomination on the lirst htllot Owensboro Messenger however says a couple of days last week ut the Tar that tint old gentleman need loso no Springs The highest rale of inliieht is self insleep about it for lie will mitely get terest and it is gi cully to your interest enough vol i 8 li give him the nominathat you Imv jntir jewelrv of T U Lewis tion Â¬ It will ii Â¬ Â¬ Co Kor Coroner CREWS Mr Cleveland should stiffen lits backbone BOino inoro ami writu Congress another letter Thk Hon Clms Blunford was ut tho picnic last Saturday loaded to the muzle for Gen P Watt Hardin will bo nn increased demand for our own delicious tea weed tho catnip If tho war keeps up in chinn there Wiikn you like Grayson a tender spot you can turn strike a prohibition county with whiskey you hit it in and the chances are that its toes up to tho sun It is not money freo augur free silycr or a fat ofllce that wo want just now hut May tho Lord bless u big soaking rain us one and all with a regular pour down Thk August report by the government statistician gives tho average condition of the corn crop at the beginning of this month as only MM per cent which means a shortage of one thousand mil- Â¬ lions of bushels from what was expected a month ago The annual convention of the Ken Â¬ tucky Sunday School Iliion convenes at Russell ville August 8 Ly and HO A most attractive program has been arrang Â¬ ed and a largo attendance Is expected Tho railroads have made a rato of one faro for the round trip Full particulars can be secured from the county otllcers or from Miss Mamie FJIuber Secretary at Louisville Tilt IlKECKENKllirsE Newt mutt lie ennvinc eJ now that The Kvcning Font ha more accurate iMormatlon concerning politics in the Fourth ilUtrict than could be gleaned from the column of the Niwj Ioullvllle Foit I When it comes to an old granny tho Post positively removes the dilapidated linen ofT the shrubry Of course it predicted Mr Montgomerys nomination as many other papers did which aro not now boastingof thero great political foresight Rut along with the prediction it gave us the information that the primary would be held on Monday July 30 and it also said that tho Republicans would probably nominate John C Lewis of Washington county to opposo Mr Montgomery Now any Â¬ body can mako a prediction as to tho re- Â¬ sult of future ovonts and if he misses it thero is not much said about it except by blatunt boasters who happened to guess the other way for it is conceded by all intelligent people that there is a chance for a man to guess wrong on something that has not yet transpired Rut tbla gives the Post no excuse for dis playing such profound ignorance as not knowing ten days beforehand that the Democratic primary in tho Fourth Con gressional District would bo held off Saturday August I for that dato hud been set more than two months before Neither can it bo excused for predicting that Hon John 0 1 ewis might bo tho Republican candidate for the Republi- Â¬ cans had held tiiolr district convention a month before at Lebanon and nominated Mr Lewis so instead of may be tho Republican candidate ho was already the Republican candidate and had been tor a month Truly tho Post exhibited potfud ignorance of the political situa tion Ih the Foarth when it Hade these ffttKetiotu oi future events that had al Â¬ ready occurred In the pooi If it is old Mul not true you will And it In tho Poet Â¬ Rev Watson one of their ablest li is hten the cvidt ncc furnished and so power preachers will be there the latter port ful the arguments that we shall not he surprised tn find Charlie lllanlonl llnli lolly and even of this week John Lewis himself coming to the Democratic For the benefit o tho magistrates in fold and attributing their conversion to the IlKPCKKDKinrE News -- Meade Comity Mes the county wo will say that a section of senger the law in regard to ciinnS and punish Â¬ Wo cant speak for tho other two gen LSI and which made tlemen but as fur as Mr lilanford is ments passed in the lowest fine for a breach of tho lVace concerned we feel safu in remarking 00 hns been repealed and tho Statute that ho will never enter tho Democratic on that subject as amended leads as fol fold as long as lie continues to receive lows If any person or persons shall bo such able stippott as a Republican as guilty of a breach of the peace riot rout tho Mtwngcr gtvo liim hwt llian a year ago by doing the hiby att after the unlawful assembly or alliay tho person so iiHciiiliiig and each of them shall be Deuiociatic primaiy lined not less than one cent nor more than ono hundred dollars or imprisonThe Tariff bill passed tho IIouso ht3t ment not less than fie nor more than Monday with the Senate amendments fifty days or both so fined aud imprisonall on This was the IIouso yielding ed Approved Feby i 18M everything that the present tariff wran For tho benefit of those who wish to gle might bo stopped and the country have a new road opened or a former one have an opportunity to onco more settle changed we quote a portion of the law down on a business base that will stand on tho subject which is us follows All for a few years at least After passing applications to have n new road opened the tariff hill tho House then passed or a former one changed ordiscontinued separate bills placing iiou coal sugar or to hae the privelcgo of electing gates and barbed wire on the fice list These any such road shall bo by petition the Senate will have to consider singly aciosri to tho County Court signed by at least and it remains to be seen whether the five land owners of tho county which undemocratic Democrats in tho Senate petition shall set forth in writing a de- Â¬ will still battle against the wishes of the scription of tho road and what part people thereof is to be al lined or vacated The 11km m nhiimk hh made i strong Previous to the filing of any petition tight for their count man but In the light of the mentioned notice thereof shall bo given fait tb it it onooted Worth inland favored Mont gomery belore Murray In i line a Iliidldite it by posting written or printed advertise uppcarx that it atalilieil not berause It loved Montgomery lens but its coiintyiu in more ments in nt least five of the most public irayson iuzctte places in tho district or districts in which That is just what wo said before tho said road shall ho located for at least primary and as Dave Murray is no longto tho term of court er a candidate wo want to say right twenty days prior at which such petition is to be presented hero and feel it as wo say it too that and a copy thereof filed witli said pe- Â¬ wo had rather see Alex Montgomery go tition to Congress than any other man in tho Fourth Congressional District Wo will GOOD EATING add however that wo could not have persuaded nor could Hen Johnson have bought Hreckenridgo county away from An Old Fashioned Kentucky Sinner Given by Mr and Mrs Wm Vor- Jim Wortham tin mite ot Democracy during the ongrehMnn ill campaign ended in this district So full We as Democrats wish to acknowledge our Mipmuc ohllgitions tn the IlKPCKKNKiiff Ntws for its pitriotic and ilile chtmpionihip of Rev week II C Hook is conducting the protracted meeting at Freedom this jut Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ convention of tho Peoples Party met at tho Coutt liouse in liar dlnsburg Ky ou August 11th 1SI Melting called to order by chairman Coomes On motion and second 8 E Waggoner was ch cted temporary chair Â¬ man and A M Hardin temporary secre- Â¬ tary Chairman Waggoner then explained the object of the meeting as being to nominate candidates for the various county offices and to transact any other business that might conio before tho convention Tho convention then pro Â¬ ceeded to make nominations which were as follows All nominations were unanimous For County Judge S li Waggoner for County Clerk A M Hardin for County Assessor 0 A Penlc for County Surveyor II C Jolly for Jailer Jno Nevitt for Coroner Win Crews After nominations wero made the following resolutions were presented and their adoption was unanimous The Peoples Party of Hreckenridgo county in convention assembled would reassert its faith In the principles of the Omaha platlonn believing that subse- Â¬ quent events havo fully vindicated the correctness of ovt ry utterence of said platform and we further resolve Wo believe that the money of 1st the country should bo national currency provided by the freo and unlimited coin age of both gold and silver at tho legal ratio of 10 to I supplemented by the direct issue by the national government only of such treasury notes as may bo new ssary to supply tho needed circula- Â¬ tion wliicli should not bo less than T0 per capita and that money should not be issued by banks nor by any other agency than tho national government We demand the abolition of national banks as banks of issue Wo favor a graduated income 2nd tax Ird Wo are opposed to tho issue of interest beating bonds by the national government for any purpose and do mand that when revenues fall short of tho needs of the government the deficiency should be supplied by non interest bearing treasury notes receivable for all taxes aud all dues both public and pri- Â¬ A mass Â¬ Â¬ Mies Lucy Ditto spent Sunday and Monday with her sister Mm Dr Dowden To tho wife o Geo Reitnan a baby boy Also to Mr nnd Mis Wm Hewley a boy Miss May Deo Pusey has relumed from Lebanon Ky after a pit usitit visit Mm It II Hrashear and children arc ut Mm K Wimps for tho month of VESTS We Will Continue Giving v Away August Miss Ilanes and Miss Combs of Mem phis Ind are visiting their aunt Mrs 1 WLewis Mrs vate 1th That the events of the past few weeks have demonstrated tho necessity of tho government owenrship or control of railioails tclcgraphund telephone lines for their opcralion in tho interests of the whole people 5th The land including all the natur- Â¬ al sources of wealth is tho heritage of the people and its monopoly should not be permitted Oth That tho dominant political par- Â¬ ties of tho country are responsible for the baleful financial and economical policies which huvo brought tho indus- Â¬ tries of the country to such distress con- Â¬ centrating the hulk of tho nations wealth into tho bauds of the few and which is still crowding the industrial classes closer and closer to tho wall and they aro largely respenslblo for tho present de Â¬ plorable contest between labor and or- Â¬ ganized corporations 7th We heartily endorse tho cause of this Populists in both houses of the con- Â¬ gress of tho United States and pledge our earnest support to Capt Russell for congress and tho county ticket nomi- Â¬ nated to day August 11th 1801 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Willis and llttlo daughter of Louisville havo been to see Mr James Lewis family Mr Hob Trent mid his two daughters from Wolf Creek were guests of Mr and Mrs Jack Trent Tom Pusey has surived from Chicago looking splendidly and so glad to bo homo once more Mises Ida and Jean Webb of Louisville will be the guests of MUs Agues Malin this week Mrs Frank Webb Is a faithful excel lent organist and the singing at the ser Â¬ vices in progress is good Miss Susie Elder of Wolf Creek visit- Â¬ ed her aunt Mm AV111 Toomey last week at Mm Fontaines Misses Ellen nnd Lettle Ilerndon after a ph usaut visit to Miss Maude Ilerndon have gone to visit Mrs Richard Ilerndon near Webster Messrs Emmet Shacklctt and Charlie Johnson nro visiting Charlie Shacklctt ami attended tho services Saturday and Sunday at Baptist church Tho young peoplu turned out in force last Wednesday night and gao Miss Pcarlo Ditto a genuine surprise party Mrs Ditto served icfreulimeiits ond a most enjoyable evening was paaced Mrs Slutrt and Mm Wilson left Tuch day for Owensboro where they will re- Â¬ main a sliott time nnd then go to Pin keyvlllc 111 Wo have all enjoyed the visits of those dear good women and hope they may be spared to come again The meeting at tho Baptist church now in progress is being largely attended in fact the house Is not mar largo enough to hold tho congregations at night Tho best of order prevails and much interest is manifested by nil de- Â¬ nominations Hro Hunt preaches plain practical sermons and brings tho truth I presume tho homo to each heart services will continue thiough this week Wish u cool wivo would overtake us Mm Hlanche Fontaine made up a jolly party and went to the depot last Thursday to meet her boy who failed to come but wrote that it was impossible for liim to leave This is a sad disap- Â¬ pointment to my friend and wo all sym pathize especially wo mothers who Alas mo for tho havo absent boys empty chairs and tho silence in the house hold not to echo to familiar foot Â¬ steps Wo till own a well a deep peren Â¬ nial well of team and this Ih our comfort Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Silver Presents To Our Customers VESTS 1 Until September 1894 i m r -- cssifW-- lJi as s V i SERIOUS OFFENSE BEWLEYVILLE Â¬ Â¬ told you so The Republicans are showing bad po- Â¬ hies at Kennard Neb In honor of Mrs Vorhies friend Miss Norton who has spent tho psst winter with her brother in southern California a handsome dinner was glvenon the 5th Inst at tho residence of Mr and Mrs Vorhies Kennard Neb It was all that ono could wish as tho table fairly groaned under the weight of good things it contained It was weighted down with all the most delicious delicacies that Washington county Nebraska could afford and as Mrs Vorhies is n daughter of Mr aud Mrs Wm Uurgess of Hreck Â¬ enridgo county Ky she knew Just how to prepare such a dinner The hostess for her excellent dinner aud her nieces Misses Seaton and Robertson for their admirable vocal and instrumental music were highly complimented by tho guests There were just thlrty throo guests present and most all of them were Ken tuckians among thorn being the follow- Â¬ ing persons Mr and Mrs Win Lamb Mr and Mrs Wm Robertson and daughter Mis Jessie Mr and Mrs Jan French Mr and Mrs Howard Mr and Mm Henry 0 Cashman Mrs Nannlo Hetrick and son Claud Wood Mr and Mrs John lllaco and daughter Hlanche Mr and Mrs Robt Schafer and family Mr and Mrs Wtn Meador and family and Misses Ada ItobertsonLIzzle Seaton Mary Meador gran daughters of old Father Kenuedy of Garfield Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ litical management by starting out thus early on a campaign of misrepresentation for the county ollices By mutual con- Â¬ sent the candidates who had gathered at tho picnic at Holt last Saturday agreed not to make speeches that day and it was not live minutes before the report was in circulation that the Demo crats were afraid to meet tho Republi Â¬ cans on tho stump That was a brilliant break now wasnt it Why if thero is a Democratic school boy in Hreckenridgo county who is not able to successfully debate with any Republican candidato ou tho ticket tho last school census dont show it Â¬ 2 Â¬ Â¬ Deafness Cannot Be Cured Hy local applications as they cannot reach tho diseased portions of tho ear There Is only ono way to euro deafness and that is by constitutional romedies Deafness is caused by an iuflimed condition of tho mucous lining of tho Eus Â¬ tachian Tube When this tubo is inllamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect heariilgand when it is entirely closed Deafness is tho result and unless tho inllamtnittlon can be taken out and this tubo restored to its normal condition hearing will La destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which Is nothing but an inllamed condition of tho mucous surfaces Wo will givo Ono Hundred Dollars for any coso of Deafness caused by catarrh that cuunot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Bend for circulars free F J Chunky Co Toledo 0 erSold by all drujwM fie Â¬ Â¬ Att token rtovfu from overwork or kottMbetd WM lirownM Iron Hitter rebulbU Ike fLta H J dlUm fwv ax cfet of Uht a4 vuhm jsmmjm M m ywittn Many Persons Tho Valley City base lull club camo up last Saturday and played our club with twelve to five in favor of Hranden bnrg Our boys played hard clean ball with good humor correct umpir- Â¬ ing and lino generalizing Dan Roberts Dud lturch Deo Pusey Hill Howling and George Racon did some professional playing Im told A number of the fair sex lent their presenco to cheer and en- Â¬ A M Hardin Sec courage Tho visiting boys put up an S E Waoooneii Chrmn excellent game and were courteous and gentlemanly Miss May Dee Pusoy and KIRK Miss Nelle H Lewis aro tho very ones to see a garao of ball Thoy know how to Mrs Lum Rhodes is qui to ill at this encourage the homo club Scott Grin writing nell makes a number ono screecher Look out for tho picnic near Hardins and tho Valley City umpire wanted him burg August 25 put outbut he didnt put worth a Mr Mclhnr is serenely happy Mrs Emma Shrowsberry is very ill at cpnt over tho result of the game Now if tills writing thero was no telling I see no harm but Miss Annie Head of Falls of Rough Im afraid thorn was Hqw hard it is is visiting rolatives in this vicinity to mix evil with what could be innocent Misses Lena and Maggie McGary wero amusement I tho guests of their cousin Miss Annlo Jolly Sunday Hardin is the Right Kind of a- Mont- Â¬ gomery Man Miss Lulie DeJcrnette of MpQuady is tho guest of her cousin Miss Julia With- Â¬ Bio SiRiso Ky August 11th 1891 ers this week J D Haiiiuok Dear John inclosed 00 to bo credited to Iaw Miss Tula Lowls of Cloverport who pleaso find has been visiting rolatives in this vicin- Â¬ renco Meyer for subscription to paper Well John wo downed you again but ity returned homo Xonday Dave is n bully good we dont exult Miss Julia Medley of Meade county who has been visiting relatives in this fellow and I hated to seo him defeated but Alex was certainly tho right man vicinity returned homo Monday this time and it would havo been a Mrs Susie Coaboy aud little son to have beaten him With best Frank of Meado county was visiting her shame wishes to you and David for whom you sister Mrs Lon Rhodes last week certainly made a most gallant fight I am The weather is extremely dry and youre very truly J W Haiiiun warm tn this vicinity The corn crops Good Company And Good Agents will be cut short if thore is not ruin in a Claycomb agents for tho Hoard few days Continental Fire Insurance Company In Died August 11 of cholora infantum Hreckcnridg Meado and Hancock coun- Â¬ Llttlo Hallard infant son of Mr and Mrs ties have recently received a reappoint- Â¬ Henry Shrew sherry All extend sympa Â¬ ment This Company is one of tho old reliable list class Insurance companies thy to the bereaved famjly It has a surplus of 1000000 for the pur Mr W K Withors and wile and Mr poso of paying losses aud these are al Â¬ The company Jim Withers and family attended church ways promptly paid havo obtained two at Corlith Sunday and took dinner with could not titer intercuts in better men to represent this section Mr and Mrs Joe DeJernetto than Frank Claycomb and Walker Hoard They are both good reliable business Dental Notice men Dr W U White dentist Louisville ELEOTEOFOISE Ky will be in Cloverport Ky tho 20th to 25th of August 189 to practice his Two Months Sent 96 00 profession Decaying teeth treated To take advantage of this offer you filled aud saved Artificial Dentures must order before September 1 as this made In tho moat approved style Arti- Â¬ offer will be positively wlthijrown on ficial Crowns of GoldorIireella Itwert that date For full information Rildrew ml on natural roots prtw WMonabM nupow r vyeuu m rourlh AvpniK Koouw at the Nappr iwtal ny JvOUMYJlM I 1 1 Mr Ellsha Smith of Guston was in Sam Holder is Accused of an Attempt town Sunday Mr Allen Stith Hill Grove attended to Ruin a Twelve-Year-Ol- d church hero Sunday Girl Miss Mary Board of llardinaburg is visiting Mbs Leiu Drury Mrs Mary Orendorf of Parkland is Tho neighborhood of Harnards store tlneo inlliB back of this city was all ex Â¬ visiting relatives here now Mr Clyde Shumate was ut hoiuu last citement last week over an alleged assault reported to have been committed week from Fulls of Rough there on Tuesday Quito a number of our peoploaltended A man by the name of Samuel Holder church at Freedom last Sunday of Indiana lias been in tho neighbor- Â¬ Mr Ernest Hardaway of Louisville hood for sometime making his home at is at home visiting his parents Holder is about X Loda Thompsons Mm Pate of Louisville is visltlrg at yearn old and is an amateur showman Mm Joe Claycombs this week He rigged up a show which consists of Tho protracted meeting at tho M E playing on various musical instruments church will begin next Sunday punch and juda slight of hand tricks Miss Muttie Pumphrey of West View etc aud ho has been reheatslng in an is visiting Miss Victoria Payne old storehouse preparatory to starling Miss Ruth Mucy Garfield is visiting on a tour of the country school houses Miss Anuio Johnson nt present last Tuesday it is alleged that he en- Â¬ Miss Mary Hichardson of Vine Grove d ticed Hose Johnson a little is the guest of Miss Mary Hlanford girl into this store house and attempt- Â¬ Miss Eva Clayton of Parkland has ed her ruin Mr W F Johnson tho left after a visit to Miss Jennie Cox girls father immediately camo to town Miss Olllo Payne lias returned from a and informed tho authorities of what had protracted visit to relatives at Webster happened and Deputy Sheriff Tlios Miss Ida Shumate of Meade county Wroo went out that night and arrested was visiting here last Saturday and Sun- Â¬ Holder Ho brought him to town and day put him in jail The picnic at Dents bridge was largo On Thursday night the report got cir- Â¬ ly attended by the Bewleyvllle young culated that a mob was gathering in the people neighborhood where tho alleged crime Quite an interesting meeting of tho was committed for tho purpose of taking Epworth League was held last Saturday Holder out of jail and hanging liim and night to prevent tills Mr Wroo took tho pris- Â¬ Hro Morris preached to an interested oner to the woods and guarded him all and attentive audience here Sunday night Tho mob did not show up how night ever and Holder was placed back in jail Misa Maude Adkisson of 8herman next morning Texas Is hero visiting her friends and His case was called in Squiro Humble relatives tons court on Saturday after having Miss Mary Henderson has returned to The her home at Webster after n short visit been continued from Thursday evidence in tho examining trial while to friends hero not strong was suillclent to justify the Miss Emma Hurley of Ixmlsville who court In holding the accused to await the has boen the guest of Miss Ada Drury His bond was has returned homo action of the grand jury fixed at 100 This Holder was unable Efllo Smith and children are Mrs to glvo and last Monday Sheriff Wroo down from Louisville to spend the sum Â¬ conducted the prisoner to the Hardins mer with relatives burg jail Miss Maggie Paul has returned from a two months visit to her brother and cousin at Glbsonvillo Ohio A Well Dressed Man Miss Luly Munely arrived hero last Mr W Penn Schwabacker of Bam- Â¬ week from Louisville and will visit Miss berger HI oo m A Co Louisville was in Jennie Cox for some time Cloverport yesterday with bis clothes MlssGola Orendorf of Clifton Mills on Mr Schwabacker Js noted for bo- who has been visiting Msa Victoria ing the dressiest man in Kentucky Ho Payne has returned homo wears nothing but the very latest in ev Messers Gilbert Kasey and Wade Dru Â¬ erything and every article of his cloth- - ry spent last Saturday and Sunday at hig is made by his special order many Webster seeing aftor their best girls of them being tho result of now and Mr Wathen Houdereon of Webster original Ideas He carries an extra wasinourvacinlty last Sunday What trunk when on his business trips nnd it In this neighborhood attracts him wo always contains from fifteen to twenty wpnuer t ilvo suits ol clothes lie frequently Mrs Lauren Parrott and children inakea several changes of apparel in the Miss Kettle Cain and Miss Alllco Parrott run of a day He does not do ths to ofSumpter8 0 aro visiting Miss Her make himself appear dudish but it Is nio Cain just his natural way Ifo furthermore Messers Hud and Alfred Hook of Har does not let his dressing interfere with dinsburg wero hero lost Saturday und his business Sunday paying their respects to some of tho fair sex Any one looking for an argument News has reached us of the death of pot the subject should seek Dr mutters W M Orendorf of Mhwissppl H0 died 8 H Adklwona company at the Clover at LouUvllle at tho homo of his sister port Hotel He Is one of our greatest Mw Purrln The deceased has many conversational roktives and friends in tlilt neighbor howl who sympathln with hkf bereav Â¬ Dr Hrfca Cream pklHjc Powtkr ed family Â¬ twolve-year-olÂ¬ A j vi 1 fJ a Vli Xr J Mt PcfMt M4f i Qi tMmmmmmmtmMmmiMtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmKmmmmamammmmmmmm CTwy1ipri mp1 flwPjfl1 rrTTsryyir tPi- - 7 v f sr t j- - - - r T - jjgTSZZyrgjg TlrSm BRKOHlKlSmiDGR Breckenridge News 15 NMS OLOYRRORT KY THE MOUNTAIN And LABORED WEDNESDAY AUGUST IfifU WHAT THEY SAY V Democracy and work and vote for hlo successful opponent Judgn Montgomery and his friends will certainly appreciate this manly call nml no true friend of Dave Murrays will fall to answer it on election day in November Eliza bethtowti News IS NOT DOUIIKD The Papora All Ovor tha Stato cuss tho Rnsull of tho Dis- Primary Various Commonts or tho Press County Herald Mr Murray made a creditable rae he showed himself a gentleman and is mi less m now since he is defeat d nor is his Democracy foil ml over tin result His friendsarenow Montgomery fl friends and will properly and promptly resent any insinuation to tho eoutrury Laltue Complimentary to Both Candidates HURRAH FOR MONTGOMERY WHO 8AID WE WEIIENT 0001 DKIIIOCKATS SlIAJli AVOIDED Itnppcnrfl from tho returns received from bnturdnyB primaries that Hendricks has beaten Stone for tho Con- Â¬ cessional nomination in the First dis-Â¬ trict and Congressman Montgomery won his fight against Murray in tho Fourth Tho nomination of Montgomery is a tribute thai the Congressman evidently deserved otherwise ho could not have attained the proiuinenco he enjoys jn tho Nations council It would have been a shamo to have retired him and we are glad his peoplo would not permit tho disappointed to dominate and havo selected him to succeed himself Danville Advocate Â¬ Â¬ Wo are pleased to hear some of the warmest of Laltue countys supporters of Mr Murray say openly that they are now as heartily for Mr Montgomery as they wero for Mr Murray previous to No Democrat tho primary election could ho otherwiso and still bo a Demo cratand wo havo no idea that Democrats will do otherwise than support tho nom Â¬ inee to a man but it is pleacant to hear this said openly by Murray supportera It shows they are tho right kiud of Democrats and their open frank man- Â¬ ner of making tho avowal proves that thoy aro men that can be relied upon A man that will tako part in a primary election and refuse to support the noml nees is a very poor kind of Democrat ono that does the party more harm than good and ho n fleets no credit upon himself by o doing laltue County Herald ADMIIIATION ANDDISAITOINTMENT Â¬ 1IAIIY TO TUG NOMINEE In keeping with tho bravo fight ho put up pgtinst overwhelming odds Hon D It Murray tenders through Tho Times his services to tho Democratic party and its nominee ih the Fourth district and calls upim his many faithful and enthu Â¬ siastic followers during the late cam- Â¬ paign to rally to tho support of Mr Montgomery and tho political principles for which ho stands H05 John W Lewis tle Itepublican leader of a forlorn hope will again discover in November Hint Democratic catflghts do not add to tho number or happiues of tho rats Louisville Thms ins vsouis Tho sacrifice of D H Murray by tho disaffected and disgruntled revenue ofllco seekers teaches ono lesson and that is that tho ins have uioro influence than tho outs and when you stir them up you simply put a buzz saw in motion Hawcsville Iiaindealer MADE MANV KIUENDS is with admiration for the man on the part of Democrats and disappoint ment on the part of Republicans that Mr David It Murrays card in this issue will bo read Mr Murray is now for It Montgomery and he wants all other Democrats to vote and to work for him IHuu County Herald IIOIITNIM STRUCK US We havo met tho enemy and we aro So bo it Wo had made our theirs V Hon David It Murray spoko at the court house here last Friday night to a large and enthusiastic audience His speech was ono of the best and that has been delivored hero for many years and the applause given him was loud and prolonged Although Mr Murray was defeated in his race for Congress ho has made many friends during his canvass who appreciate his zealous efforts He is a thorough gentleman and worthy of any public trust This fact has been JhV clearly demonstrated by tho way in uOjch ho conducted himself during the campaign Hu accepts his defeat like a man and will go into tho political field in behalf of Mr Montgomery Spring- Â¬ field News- - Leader fioiit on man POINTS The Hon D It Murray has nothing of which to bo ashamed in his contest for the Democratic nomination in the Fourth Comparatively unknown in a largo portion of the dibtrict he made a fight on high points Antagonized by all tho powers backed by all tho money they could use ho imide it strictly legiti Â¬ mate fliiht und was defeated by lees than 1500 votes in a district that casts over 17000 Democratic votes In view of tho fact that there is at least 1000 floaters in tho district witli an organized force of G vernment employes to whoop em up for Montgomery Mr Murray need not feel humiliated at tho result Marion Falcon LOST NOTIIIXU Saturdays primary ended n long und warm contest for tho nomination of tho Democratic candidate for Congress in this district The Democratic patty has lost nothing by Mr Murrays defeat That Mr Montgomery was tho choico of tho people was clearly evinced by tho overwhelming majority ho recoived Mr Murray is an elegant gentleman in every respect but few men have ever come out of a political fight with a record as clean as his in this one As to Mr Montgomery we could say nothing but tho same of Ho made his fight upon his mer Â¬ him its his recoid slnco ho has been in the Houbu has been a good ono and shows that he is a man of ability and worthy of the trust placed in him Springfield News Leader Â¬ arrangements to write a glowing eulogy on tho extraordinary discretion shown by the Democracy of tho Fourth district in selecting Hon D It Murray as their champion to down the Republican iiom inee on the ides of November next but lightening struck us on lost Saturday and as soon as wo recovered from tho stunning eflect tho cutlro current of our previous inclination was changed We tlnd ourselves for Montgomery and agin any man that is agin him Thank heaven wo havent got any crow to at We differ with Mr Montgomery as to how wo aio to get to tho same point in public policy but it is on mere matters of detail Wo aro still for n tariirfor revenue only We aro for a graded income tax to tux tho revenues of tho wealthy and prevent tho accum- Â¬ ulation of such enormous fortunes as menace tho prosperity of tho people and the perpetuity of republican govern- Â¬ ment We are in favor of swelling tho volume of currency by the free and un- Â¬ limited coinage of silver and tho repeal of tho 10 per cent tax on State banks thereby ri storing to tho States tho power to protect their own citizens against financial panics brought on by the power of monoy lenders to concen- Â¬ trate their money in n few favored cen- Â¬ tres in tho north to contract the cur- Â¬ rency and oppress the poor peoplo of the country These wero the laws that tho last National Democratic Conven Â¬ tion directed its candidates if elected to put in forco in order to give us an economical Government and to furnish a flexiblo currency that would be what cunency was designed to be a medium of exchange and not a commodity in which to speculate on its increase or de- Â¬ crease in valuo Somo Democrats who wero elected on this platform havo vio Â¬ lated their instructions and should be relegated to tho rear forever Hut Mr Montgomery is not one of these and to this he owes his nomination His Re Â¬ publican adversary if he stands by his party platform will advocato tho re- Â¬ verse of all Uipso propositions Tho laws that wero made by tho Republican party aro in force to day and havo rnchcd their logical consluslon Tho Eastern syndicates havo control of the currency They have squeezed tho debtor class until they havo been com- Â¬ pelled to throw their estates on the market regardless of price and as a consequence all kinds of prop rty Ex cept monoy and promises to pay havo dropped ono half in value At tho wind up tho capitalists will own the property and the money too unless by an expan- Â¬ sion of tho currency thoy aro compelled to let up Perhaps tho majority of tho Democracy aro right in this district and just at this time honesty rather than ex- Â¬ traordinary ability should bo at a pre Â¬ mium Voto for Montgomery In No- Â¬ vember Mai ion Falcon WHO EVEIt INTIMATED THAT WK WOULDNT v J 4 4 Like good Doinocruta that they are tho Murray supporters will clear away tho Hon David It Murray inado a clean debris and uiako a strong fight for tho and honorable rued for Congress and al Â¬ Congressional nominee Tho family though defeated ho has won tho respect fight has been adjusted and now party nil Democrats and tho highest esteem of principles aro involved Every member of many ol our best citizens A con par to- Â¬ stranger In a largo part of the dis Â¬ of the Democratic family will join ativo gether and after tho November election trict he had lew than sixty days to ninko John Lu wis wilt exclaim Whero am I His a ranvasa of thlrteon counties at Hardin Independent dofeatlano disgrace and he and his will show tho stud they are mudo friend HIGH PLAINS out of by voting for Judge Montgomery aitho November election just as they Mr John Miller is at work on his con vsotihl have expected of Judge Moutgpra tract putting the bridge over sinking ery and his friends had the result of the creek primary been reversed KHz ibijth town Mr II II Norrifl is head workman for News Mr Miller on his bridge contract Mr J W Carman ofCuster is visiting TltBVtl ALI ANSWKR IT Mr Jamen Lucas of this hlo Hew Itavld It Murray has a card lu place tt New this week whtolt bm lyt trm We hear that Ml Lucy A ilk toon Is pwfMMtie ring He doas emnplala stele with fttVftN but we hope she will or bring any ebarjroa soea reeaver of hi agftlMt hta opponent m U so often ba Mm Maftfte Xorrk gave birth iky ottnditJMt but tllugar in luMtorof sjsior Mrs 8elle mm with the lite tb bonorabi tmn km k mtk on kk it OWr U 8Ut uH It vwW Mni Bt fricwda to tend by the principle of pUVs M4k WrtbdJir CLEAN 1UCK son-in-la- dtt nt dfaid br If the pupil hap pens to answer them it is alright if not the teacher answers for him Tho pupil linir which will inaku rapid progrcso witli bucIi teaching he will very likely work litis become thin through the Arithmetic in a very short and keep the scalp time an accompllnhmcut of which he clean ami healthy tise never ceases to boost and will know just about as much of tho principles of Arithmetic at the close of school as he did at tho beginning Teachers do not innkn Biiili n cloio friend of the text hook- - Dispell that Idea from tho pupils mind that tho ofteuer ho reads through prevents the hair his reader tho smarter lie Is Make him from falling out understand that there urn many things or turning gray to bo learned besides what his reader The best contains Have daily di Ills for all pupils who are able to read aud write on all the common school branches teaching them from the blackboard beginning with tho most simple elements of each PRESTON You will probably hear comphdnt in jour district that you aro not hearing Mr Ellis StlfTis ill with la grippe enough lessons The parents may think Mrs Harney Gillilaud was at homo that becauso their children aro not rac- Â¬ last week from Homo ing through their readers that they are But invito tho Mr Martin Claycomb is the happy not reciting lessons parents to your school let them sco how father of a ten pound boy Our school opened last Mon lay with hard you aro working and thoy will soon be convinced that your plan is best bright prospects for a successful term I often think that if parents knew what Mr Sam Ater a stock buyer near encouragement it was to botli teacher Webster was hero last week buying and pupil for them to visit tho school hogs and show their Interest that they would Miss Robinson a charming young lady come ofteuer of Clifton visited Mrs S W Basselt recently YELLOW LAKE Rev Woods of Louisville begins a Miss Anna Lewis visited her parents protracted meeting at Raymond on the last Sunday 11th ult Born Aug 7th to the wife of Mr Jim Mrs Jenny Frjiniro a most pleasant lady of Webster is visiting her many Bratcher a fine boy friends here Threshing wheat is all tho go lu this Master Hewitt Frymire a gentleman Â¬ neighborhood at present How old Mother Earth is longing ly little fellow of Webster is staying for a good drink of water with us a while Mr and Mrs Frank Rhodes dined at Miss Tommie Drown has returned home from n pleasant visit to her aunts Mr F K Rhodes last Sunday Mrs Sam 1arr near Concordia Mr John Rhodes and wife made a Hy- Â¬ Mr Tlios Drashcar one of our oldest ing trip tc Hurdiusburg hist Monday and most venerable citizens has been Oh gee isnt it Mercury up to 91 very much indisposed here of late hot Send me an iceberg and fan me Tho many friends of Mrs Barney Fry Â¬ quick mire are grieved to learn that she has Owing to the removal of Rev L B been in poor health for sometime Ford services wero not held at StAn Mrs Kvo llrashear and Mrs Jenny thonys tho 1th Sunday Hruner are nl sample at tho bedside of Mibs Cretin Cannon of Axtel is visit Mrs Jack Mntlingly who is very low ing at her brothers Mr W T Cannon witli consumption Glad to see her out again Miss Dollio liraslienr a blight little Miss Ona Mullen a charming little girl living near Union Star is boarding lady of Owensboro has been visiting with her aunt Mrs Jenny Hruner nnd Miss Mlttie Fraize tho post two weeks attending school here Rev Father Gabo of Grayson Spring Miss Grace Harger of Missouri is vis Â¬ is expected for a pastor here as soon ns iting tho Misses Harger one of our young ho BufHciently recovers from his sick Â¬ men seems to have lost his heart com Â¬ ness pletely since ho met her Miss Kate Glasscock has begun her Oh if it only would rain sighs every Â¬ school and is boarding at Mr W E body it is too bad that now after work- Â¬ Rhodes We aro glad to have Miss Kate ing so hard we are not to raise anything in our midst again Rut it is all for the best we must philo Misses Becky and Mary Clark of West sohically think instead of tho worst Cliffy Grayson county after a delight- Â¬ Tho whistle of Harper and Pikes en- Â¬ ful visit among relatives ami friends gine belonging to their threshing ma returned homo last Friduy chine can be heard in thevicinity The Messrs J It Rhodes and J W Storms farmers all put on a long face though spent the 28th ult with Mr Rhodes when they tell you about their oat crop Horrell Grayson Springs who is in a Mr and Mrs S J llrashear and Mr very feeble stato of health and Mrs Chas O Graham took dinner Mrs Sallie Martin and Miss Mattio with Mrs Carolino Hruner at her lovely Wheatloy of Grayson Springs passed homo recently Tho Misses Brunei are through here last Wednesday enrouto perfect Mistresses of tho culinary art to their fathers Mr Austin Wheatley and the most fastidious epicure could of Kirk And no fault with their rablo Misses Mattio Mntlingly of Planters Many thanks to Sirocco for tho com Hall aud Maggio Wheatley of Kirk pllmeut paid our ball club in last weeks spent tho 28th and 29th at Mr Frank issue It is trne that their appearances Rhodes Miss Maggie is soon to begin are not deceptive they aro flno gentle- Â¬ her school near StMarys manly fellows as well as flno looking The McDaniels baso ball club looked But we think you might havo said some Â¬ qulto gallant indeed last Sunday even- Â¬ thing equally as nice about our girls too wero going over to beat the You know you never saw any prettier ing as thoy Axtel club Roys ilont you know you girls than ours and you might have are making tho Sunday aftornoons lone- Â¬ given them a puff at tho samo time ly for tho girls and first of all you Oil no Sirocco you neednt think should not forget tho third command Â¬ that you were incognito to us at the pic ment Remember to keep holy tho Sab Â¬ nic Wo saw you when you came and bath day knowed you too as soon os soon as It was witli bitter regret wo learned of And nover wo sot eyes on you Dave Murrays defeat Such is life some mind the next time wo see you any lose whilst others win As it is now wo placo we wont stand on ceremony but wish Montgomery success In November will just say This is us thats you aint feel that it is with Murray as was it and you will say Yes and then we aud Wo saw n great the sword of Robert Leo Defeated but will be acquainted many people at that picnic hut I soon without stain and hope at some luturo tired of tho speech making It was duy Murray may yet wear the Laurels hard times all tho way through I his goodness and nobility deserves Last Sunday thero was a family reun Â¬ see and hear so much of that at home that whon I go out for a day of recre- Â¬ ion at Mr W Rhodes Tho surviving ation I dont like to have it dinned in mombers of Mr Frank Coomes deceas- Â¬ my eare And that Mr Arnold I ed family all met the first tlmo foi six thought I would liko to hear what ho years Thoso present wero Mrs Suo had to say Ho began by reading from Cosby of Flaghorty Meade county Mrs tho platforms of both the Democratio Molllo Brown of Hardinsburg Mrs Lon and Republican parties and proceeded Rhodes of Kirk Mrs Bettio Mattingly to show how thoy had both failed to of Tlanters Hall Mr Nace Coomes of keep their pledges to tho people and McDaniels together with their sister what oppressive laws thoy had enacted Mrs W E Rhodes I listened awhile but I was too obtuse Saturday afternoon July 28th Misses too see how tho election of Mr Arnold Mattio Mattingly Maggio Wheatley to tho olllco of County Clerk would Mlttie Fraize Maggie Rhodes Oma Mel holp to securo better legislation Mr leu and Mr J T McDanlel spent very Arnold no doubt is a finely cultured pleasantly viewing the majestic beauty gentleman and would make a good of tho Sand Knob and its surroundiugs clerk for aught I know against him but The party was a jolly ono and every I think that ho might as well run against nook aud crovico was pried into The tho Ohio river as against popular Dick blue lane was entered and its enchant- Â¬ ing coolness and Massive rocks enjoyed Novitt I agree with Mr Avitt that people and admired times of the past presonl should write moro on tho subject of edu- Â¬ and future were discussed and the ride cation Why not havo nu Educational homo through the cool evening breeze Column In the News There aro was heartily onjoyed many able educators in the county that might contribute and as everybody They Have Fun Like Other Children reads tho News no ono can estimato Buvczauds Hay Mass Aug 11 the benefit that would result That Thero was gayety at Buttermilk Bay last much desired object alliinity between night and Ruth Clovoland daughter of parent and teacher might be secured tho President was the guest of honor I do not havo reference to a column The youngest son of Joseph Jefferson iu which teachers might nlr their know celobrated ills birthday aud entertained ledgH on subjects embraced in tho com- Â¬ fifteen little folk with a fancy dress party mon school curriculum but rather one under the pine trees on the lawn of his in which tho experienced Uv clier can fathers estate Glows Nest The fes Â¬ tell of plans which he has adopted in his tival began in the afternoon and Miss school and found satlsfncory It is not Ruth arrived early from Gray Gables the best qualified teacher that always Mrs Cleveland came later The little proves to be the best teacher It Is the people wore tissue paper eoetumes In oae that understand the best method pertl color The guest of boner wore a knowledge to puplk wbite dress and a wuitesunbotmet The of presenting TltHt k ho teacher who simply goes to children daaoed sang and enjeyed Ute seltool house sad Ulk the children themselves to the utmost and titeir to study kiwi then when he calk a clues elders were delisted speeUtofs 3m takes mm book and asks the qiMstiou ho per was served ou the kwn To Restore finds therein printed AVERS HAIR VIGOR It tion to a State of Columbia About 1 J miles from the town of Rio Blanco stato of Cauca Colombia a rcnmrknhlo geological phenomenon has recently created great excitement A mountain rid go called Cerror tie Cruz Loimt suddenly cast a largo part of its upper levels into neighboring rivers carrying death aud destruction iu its woke It llrnught Forth Dmth nnd DevoluÂ¬ SAVES THE BABIES For Teething Cliotera Infantum Sinn and oilier trouble commoi children Qarmeturr l beyond doubt the of all remedlee Nothing oo earth Kitateat will take children through the trying ordeal of teething to pleaaantlr nafely and lureljr at Oermetuer Tli y all ike to take It ind It aota like tnaglo In mrotlng the trouble of that critical period It l petfeotly harin len oontalmng no alcohol or opium In any form whaterer Thoueamli bare tried tt and it hut nerer been known to fall i mr Complaint to Dressing For soma days beforo prolonged sub tcrraneiui Hounds a sort of hoarse rumbling and roaring wero heard indicat- Â¬ ing that something herioim was about to occur und on tho datu mentioned the upper part of tho hill suddenly caved In tho enormous quantity of earth de scending to nnd obstructing tho courso of tho rivers Quachicouo Molino and others It fa feared that tho overflow of tho rivers will occasion nn oxtciisivo In Â¬ undation or that breaking away tho earth dam wholo villages nnd vnluablo properties will bo destroyed As nn iin mediato result of this occurrence 12 per Â¬ sons wero killed besides a largo num ber of horses and cattle It scorns only natural tonttrlbuto this phenomenon to tho eruption of tho So tarn volcano which for somo tlmo has been observed to bo covered with snow liko vapor mid clouds Tho departmen tal government justly alarmed by this occurrence has appointed n commission of engineers to investigate tho matter TJuidad Nacional Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr flerinetuer sated our baby taul carried him aafely through an extremely bad caie of dysentery and teething and from a mere skeleton of iklu andbonM It has made htm a great big solid chunk of thirty or thirty Qio pounds SAVED OUR BABY JT MoAllltter of Atlanta Oa nay I FAT AS 1 A PIG Scruggs of Sldon Miss says i Our little clrl nine months old was In a wry low State from summer complaint and Gcrmo tuer made hor as fat as a pig J FAT AND CROWING Her J I Oxford Atlanta Is taysi My baby was sick from Its birth and we expected It would die At theagrfot nine months we began to glre It flernieluer The effects were maglcaL It began to Improve at once and Is now fit and crowing oerr day WELL AND FAT W Clarke Mcdrcgnr Texas sarsi Our little baby daughter hu been cured of a violent rao of Hummer Dlirrhira from Teething by the use of Dr Kings Royal flermrtiier Rhe had been redui ednearlr to a skeleton The first done of Oermetuer lielped her and now she la well and fat armetuer Is the thing for children Its good as lemonade to take And cures sick folk without mistake 1006for3W Bold by Druggist O THE PLAGUE BACILLUS PlflVrrnt Irnin Any Kvrr llcforo Found In tlio IIiiiiirii llixljr The news that no fowcr than 120000 persons havo been swept nway by tho plaguo iu tho district of Canton gives interest to tho results of tho sclent do in Â¬ I It just 1 Something For School Children Â¬ and Ladies vestigation of tho discaso which havo been received hero Two Japancso experts who huvo been studying for Bovcral years nt tho Koch iustituto wero sent by their government to uiako inquiries They report that tho period of incubation is from two to hoven days This Is followed by prostration with high fovcr ending iu delirium and coma Both physicians declaro that thoy identified tho plaguo bacillus which is different from any over beforo found in tho human body They descriho it ns slender straight nnd short It devastates nil tho principal internal organs Experiments in breeding plaguo bacilli and inoculating animals witli virus invariably produce within two days death under symptoms of the plaguo Dr Kitasato being satisfied there is no other nltcruativo but that cither tho bacilli or the patient must dio is on tho lookout for bactericides but it is too curly to oxpect dofiiiito conclusions Loudon Cor New York Sun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kings Rojal Gsrmetucr Co Atlanta Gi LOUISVILLE Correctly weekly by lumphrey A Iaufcr Pro Â¬ duce Commission Merchants J to Second btbct Main and Market Louisville Ky HIP KY HEIORTS LOUISVILLE Aug U 1MM Shippers should mark all packages plainly with shippers name and poit offlce addres BUTTER Choice country Medium Creamery EQQS Fresh Michigan 10 12 11 20 014 Q 12 21 BEANS hand plckod 1 75 to 1 1 Navy Old or Common nnd colored FKAT1IKKS Prime white goose Mixed Old No 1 duck iiidliDa I B0 I 00 to to 85 HJ I 20 31 20 15 30 HIDES Oreen rood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skin Ilooiters per lb S 2JS Ml 7 20 4 SJf 3J Pine Tablets from Â¬ Writing 5 to 25cts Hie lletort Courtcou In tho courso of tho debato on tho bill Please call and in Â¬ to dismiss railway postal clerks Mr vestigate our lino of Grosvenor of Ohio was giving tho houso tho benefit of his knowledge of tho ex perience iu tho postal scrvico ns far ns appointees iu Ids own district wero concerned Ho thought that if tho bill wero amended so as to require tho old em ployees to pass nn examination and grade CO per cent not ono of tho dismissed clerks who of courso wero nil Demo Â¬ crats would coino within 1000 miles of getting back Tho gentleman is a distinguished member of congress said Mr Pendlo Docs ho think toil of West Virginia ho could pass tho examination required to cutor tho rnlhyny postal scrvico I think so said Mr Grosvenor if tho gentleman from West Virginia Washing Â¬ had to put tho questions ton Pose Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 10 12 POULTUY ft liens per lb 50 2 50 Spring Chickens per doz DHIED APPLES AND PEACHES Apples choice bright quarters 6J to Apples average i to 5 1 Apples old Peaches new Peaches old 4 WOOL to 5 Tub washed Orease fine Grease coarse Merino Hurry and Cots - 21 18 14 10 10 23 17 In 12 13 MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeswax Sorghum Molasses HAY QHAIN FEUD We quote prices to day on Louisville OATS 4 25 30 a 35 a a city So 13 00 12 00 11 00 5 50 wharfs No 2 oats HAY 32 10 11 10 4 50 00 00 75 Strictly choice Choice No 2 Good Medium Oood Bright Straw CORN hole whit Choloo shelled EKRON The largest and clean- Â¬ Mr J R Dowell at Irvingtou est line of will teach tho school 4 3 3 3 42X 4ft 00 GL 4 25 3 75 50 40 35 00 cj 3 25 5 5 6 5 Stationery Â¬ Jno D Batibage E O BABBAGE Manager - rvr n J r r AWmm Mr Guy Bureh of Derby was visiting Mr W J Shacklett last week Little Walker James son of Mr T J James is very sick with the fevers Andy Kendall went to Louisville Thursday to visit his uncle Mr Wallace Higbce Ever brought to tho Miss Sallie Warlleld of Louisville will spend this week witli tier cousin Miss city Rena Shacklett Mr A T Cox and wife are spending this week iu Breckenridge county at Mr Coxs fathers Mr Dave ltaslmni of FvaiiBvlllo Is visiting his father Mr Taylor Bashaui near Fkrou Your correspondent Is under obliga Â¬ tions to Mr Torn Roberts for n nice basket of fruit Mr Alex McCans of Kllzabethtown was visiting his brother Mr Thomas McCans last week Miss Mamie Daugherty will leave Sat- Â¬ urday for Muldraugh to visit Miss Mattle Withers of that place Mr Joo Sanders has moved to tho country to be near tho school ho is going to teach at Cedar Grove Mr Henry Wrather and wlfo of Falls ofRpugh were visiting their father Mr S M Wrather last week Miss Molllo Board who has been on the sick list for somo time is out iu the country at her fathers this week Miss Eva Honsley of Hardinsburg who has been visiting at Big Spring re Â¬ turned homo Thursday via Ekron Mrs Mary Simons and son Alllo re Â¬ turned to LouIhvIIIo Thursday evening after a short visit to her fathers Mr Tom H lfV Roberta l Little ada Nichols of Breckenridge eorraMMTU county came up with Mrs J D Roberta last week and will spend several months at Mrs Roberts beautiful homo Rev A N Whittinghlll and wlfo of Louisville came down Friday night Brother Whittinghlll will begin a pro- Â¬ tracted meeting at Salem church Sunday Mr Albert Foushees wife died Tues-Â¬ day morning Aug 7th She leaves a husband and four little children to mourn her loss Mrs Foushee was a daughter of Mr and Mrs llimphrey of Breckenridge county WhlleMrLcmFouehee was hauling wheat to the threshing waehlite last f Wednesday his bones beeaaae frightened ft am ea away throwlsg him the taeakiog his wrist astUe4lterwis w0Mf iMldelmf him The bnum wrist was set by Pr WilWtt CATTLE Good to extra shipping Light shipping Beat Butchers Medium to good butcher HOGS Choice packing and butchers Fair to good 100 lbs Roughs Shoatt and pigs Oood to extra ihtpping Fair to good LAMBS Good to extra spring- Fair to good and SHEEP 5 25 5 20 M 60 5 under4 75 40 25 75 00 t 2 76 1 50 3 25 2 50 4 75 4 50 2 50 4 00 Thtsti aro our Negligee Shirts Look Right Made Right Size Right yt vjf 0lfFffi t Price Right 125 S150 and 250 200 JNODBBBAGE P o g W pv IP tfl lm r O - M i w vHw j V4W HOiimpiiflwi im imn muijw in iittiiiiiLMIiiWliililt1llWMIl lllM r v 4 qaiwgyiffy A a um W THR BREOKRNRIDGE NEWS OLOYRRPORT KY putting yon on tho wrong track i I Maxey looked n liltlo liewihlercd but ho soicd his hat and coat without Tlrril nnd iimom my food did not iIIrpj making a rrply and darted down the Mlly In fart I was In pour health ceiiernllr- I liid to sleep stairs propped up In licit to What vry ecltablo people theo brratlio cully nt Maxeys nre thought tho philosophic I line night the doctor as he went away And what n crip hud aen ants dml of inteioct they do tako inthlscaso n severe cough I 1 wonder wheio MIbs Ellen went to found re I lot In How pretty sho looked when her blood Iloodn HirJupnrllU was up There would be some satlsfiio I have taken seven bottles and can cat tion iu crossing such n woman just for vvlmt I plevvo sleep tho picture ono would get But bah soundly nnd feel what am I thinking about What is retted unless 1 over- this to me Ivvork I feel as Nevertheless ho sighed as ho went wmfc youiiK ns I did nt Id back half heartedly to his work again when 1 we judg Till very recently this work had been ment In my dully ex- his prido and his life Now us ho took it crclie I cannot bo- Aim I F AVnllnrw up it sceintd liko n task almost a lmr Rlu to express my tlianks sufficient for such den Tliero was a womans face n a great soothing health restoring mcdlcluo handsome but not n welcome fact bo Sarsa foio his eyes night and day Something was wrong with Dr Lamar something seriously wrong with him somethfng as Hoods Sitrsaparllla from which even his science might not Mas Cuiia J Wai- save him IACE wife of ltrv f I Was Weak nusaiAs new f hlmlln Dentil penal hull TuriiilNc to Hnppbllit Bl lierlit ii4 ii Convict Colony It has been deeiced by tho czars gov Â¬ ernment that Uiberlu is too good for convicts nnd lis soon as tho now trans v A v WATCH FREE For t JyqU i rm point orfimgtT 1 TKrSagnEf J torrrawficP n itamtbhan miss AiioOuiON Not from her youth then forboro to interfere after tho mischief Lamar smiled was done well knowing that it would That would bo hardly probable mako no differcuco to her and not wish- Â¬ ing to bo bothered longer with her sup- Â¬ Your sister stated it fairly Idiots dont Wallace clerk ol Illood port What different aspect would tho dress up in street costume in garments UIIAPTKU IV Itlver Association of Ilaptlsts Calvert CltyrKy tastily made to lit thorn caso present than it does now Tin iiOCKii noon Then do I understand this tronblo is Hoods Pills Elve universal satisfaction A cruol heartless theory Julian Maxiy in his usual spirits was When and you ought to bo keener than that caused by n blow or by a shock 1 ascending tho long flights of stairs which Prepared by C I Hood Co loweII Mus too I am ashamed of yonl What of tho thought by what yon said tho other day led to his apartments ho camo up two pocket turned insido out tho trampled sho had hit her head and gouged a piece steps at a time But somehow n mental ever lived nnrt Im sorry IiTistnrbed her Thats nil But its terribly cxasiernt out of her brain depression had so mysterious nnd inti wiow and tho man who ran away Lamar laughed Appearances aro often deceptive mato a connection with his powers of lo- Â¬ ing Bnt Julian dear pleaded his sis It is unnecetMiry to ray you aro an comotion that when nnythiag troubled Thieves aro not tho only people who turn ho commented Thero rather than a him very much ho was apt to content ter pockets inside out Men run or walk for artist other causes than n guilty conscience physician Levity aside neither Dr himself with the ordinary rate of prog- Â¬ must bo somo other Mrs Hapgood Oh without u doubt dozens of Mrs Ikiitly nor myself thought tho blow on ress This afternoon his footsteps lagged Besides tho fact that bIio was nn idiot not being known to tho thief would tho head sullleltnt by itself to have pro on cveiy stair Ho looked nt his latch- Â¬ Agatha O Hupgoods Why tliero isnt a Hapgood family in Somerset and never not prevent his waylaying her in n duced this lesult My idea of it is that key abstiaetedly for several minutes lie there was ionic struetutal or functional foro ho placed it iu tho hx k and when has been and tho old lady assures mo lonely place trouble in tlu bruin prior to tho acciYou dont bclicvowhat you cay Juho did finally icrforiu this operation it that then isnt another Agatha J to lian This girls outer garments fitted dent Then the slunk alone may have was with a savago thrust as though ho her knowledge iu existence At any rate Ellen insisted wo her They wero mado for her Idiots aro had a good deal to do with it wanted to stub tho door It was not Then it is posiblo that this is the quito dark when tho key turned and ho havo learned ouo thing beyond a doubt not provided with street costumes Wo know tho poor girls name In good This was n clincher Maxey wonted effect of terror went in Possibly as usual in an encounter with his sister Ah said Dr Lamar from his chair timo wo shall know everything Annette Possibly How conservative and cold by tho bedside iu tho windowless ulcovo will get woll I am suro of it mado an irrelevant reply and turned his But Maxoy did not want to bo comattention with momentary irritation to blooded uu are Candidly cant med Â¬ room looking out between tho looped Ho looked unutterable disgust ical seioneo unravel this mystery nnd curtains as tho nrtist entered Dr Lamar You aro forted and changed tho subject Do you think too that this girl had hero at lastl I am glad you havo come You mentioned that you had been no friends Dr Bently has just ben down from tho Tho samo suggestion which had before IliKflfK hospital Ho is almost as much interest Â¬ making experiments Lamar - rv Yes assented tho physician wo i caused tho philosophic physician to ed iu tho caso as your worthy sister and i1WTii havo discoveied something First our wrinklo his brows again distuibed him dont lw surprised if you ceo mo carried patient has a most remarkable in a similar manner Ho suddenly lont iower of away by tho samo eiae Ho says ho visualization and next sho is very a meaning look upon tho artist as ho thinks theres a slight change in thu pa ceptiblo to tho influence of music bus Sho mado tho deliberate reply tients mental condition was so excited by Miss Maxeys fine sing Â¬ For good reasons I hao moro than Does that mean good asked tho ing this afternoon that sho fainted onco suspected it nrtist Tho dcuco cried Maxoy beginning Maxey started Ho liocamo at onco His sister auswen d quickly to brighten up nt once Either I dont imbued with tho suspicion which trouOf eouisel understand tho thing tho least in tho bled Lamar Ho grew excited at oneo Oh iHsibly substituted tho eau world or tills means very good news That is somethiug I had not thought You must not let your tious physician IWibly of It would explain everything wishes dietato jour conclusions so huge Possibly Thero you go again Yon Possibly said the doctor leiuming ly Miss Maxey You will make a veiy use that evasive word to avoid commit- Â¬ his view of tho liver piobablo disapiioiutiuent much nioio ting yuurself on inly subject just as soon And it would pmvothat I win somekeen by so doing Now I dont always its mo iKxly asks you a direct question thing too hasty in allowing her to Imj say what 1 think you know but you mo brought hero rather than to tho hosmy friends and I cannot feel liko n pro- Do candid Lamar Doesnt this mean pital If I really licllcved it I would fessional mail in this house and I must that thero is a bare chauco of singing Maxey roo to her Maxey wi Uh nluss doicn u Ith a force that tell you that this caso is developing somo ner back to her senses again JIiss Julian j Mini IhesonUntH feet with a flush in her faco and a dan To tho question put in that limited of tho most lemarkablo phenom gerous light in her eyes Sho went on toll tho why and wherefore of this mat- ena I ever met with mental Whether they nnd cautious way I would answer yes with increasing rapidity of utterance ter Maxey became very much excited aro symptoms of a curious biain disease uui unsteadiness of tones Tho words Not at tho present stage of tho caso or bimply leininiscenecs el tho normal Why not begin now at oneo and slug camo so fast thoy seemed almost to choko and in tho present state of medical scimental condition of thu putieut I am till sho gets well ho cried CASIMIR PCRIERS PARDONS ence No no said tho bister her unable at present to decide Dr Bently That What a pretentious humbug science is as much iu thu dink as myself and wont do Both doctors havo forbidden Tlio New Trench rrmlilcntit Clemency Not What you aro saying is heartless Kxtendril to ii Mucin Aiiuriliiitt cruel unmanlyl You mado mo a prom- id anyway tumid Maxiy when Dr Bently hesitates in a ease of any moro musle at present and for to Tho best wish I cm havo for jou is this kind it is of liltlo uso to iuquiiu night absolute quiet ise Julian Maxey Do you think I havo Amoug tho J17 1 persons pardoned by That Is another medical humbug M Caslinir Plrler says our Paris cor- Â¬ forgotten it Do you think I will allow that you will live to too tho absurdity further Wo havo been making somo in which they think of when they havent respondent figure first of all persons teiosting cvqieriiuonta iu your absence this helpless innocent creature of whom of that leinark my boy Science is un ouo of these days you would blush to pretentious and real People who havo And that rcuiiuds mo that Miss Maxey any Hastiness at hand to dosowith who havo been condemned for vioieneo muttered Maxey speak with tho slightest disrespect do tho most to say against it know the least baid you went out for a ipeeiilu puritoso Absolute quiet or intimidation iu connection with about it If you hear a man berating it I And yon think I would allow her to go after Havo theyjeamed anything What about Stuff whats thatothcr thing with itrikes n highly politic movo of Presi what has boon believing as I flrmly do ten to one it has disturlwd some old pet tho letter they found on tho beach yes tho lougiiamo you say slios subject to dent Cashmr Perier not nioroly on ac Visualization It means tho power count of his personal connection with that n hospital would bo tho death of fancy of his Soieneo wouldnt suit you terday her Oh it does seem as if all tho world because you aro too impatient It works Learned echoed Maxey impatient Â¬ of lctaiuiug tho image of an object after mining interests nor bceauso of tho ad ly ils his sister helped him off with his it hits disappeared from tho actual field vantage in general of making all gener wero determined to turn tho back on this blovvly my boy slowly but surely Dr Lamar said all this calmly and coat after which it apjieared that both of sight so vividly that its oxact form is sus concessions that uro consistent with poor defenseless girl I consider tho refusal of thoso Somerjy people to keep dispassionately as he roso to assume his his hair and his necktie wero in a terri- Â¬ still seen Wo all havo it in n greater tho preservation of law and order but her in their house un imigt thon they outtr gaiments Maxey had opened his ble fctute Leainedl What could you or less degree In her it is exceedingly bIdo nnd in pniticular as boing oppor expect of such uu oxasjicratiug affair as stiong Somo people who havo the fac Â¬ tuno on tho ovo of an interpellation on knew it would bo dangerous to movo lips to reply when there camo n knock ing nt tho door IIo stepiied into tho this Is theioaiiylhingaboutitlikoany ulty in a marked degreo can closo their tho Graissessao striko her utterly barbarous It was brutal to think of sending her hall and looked out On tho threshold thing el io you ever heard of Does any eyes and call up at will tho faco of an Besides theso citscs of pardon thoro stood the bravo fellow who had liecii body concerned iu it do anything that a absent friend with such distinctness that are n certain number into a great cold hospital where every- Â¬ of other common body is sick and dying and tho doctors lowered from tho tdgoof tho bluff at rational being would exjiect him to do it is quito liko looking at him At least law offenders who benefit by tho ncccs experimenting with tho patients Yes tho roiws end to rohcuo mi imperiled Not a bit of it Mink my word now if I havo been told so I must say my own lion of n now president All persons Dr Lamar Im very suio of it lvo lifo a week before tho thig over does como out it will bo impressions aro very faint zoudemued by virtuo of tho law of 1881 Maoy was so urirrisod that ho seemed just what nobody thought it was But Now you aro getting into my field been told so on cxcollcut uuthority and for incitement to anarchist outrages by if it hadnt been for moshod havo gono at first to bo in danger of forgetting his may I bo shot if I beliovo wo aro over go said Maxoy who was very much inter- ipocch or writing liavo been systematic there too and now now after all hospitality but in a moment or two ho ing to know any moro about it than wo ested That Is a faculty possessed by ally excluded from tho benefit of par- Â¬ youvo said Julian Muxoy for you to recoveied liiin olf and invited his visit- Â¬ do ut present Our only hopo is that tho somo of our best portrait painters no Â¬ don or in begin and talk about hospitals and girl will get well enough to toll us and tably Sir Joshua Reynolds I novcr It is not uninteresting tonoto that in No thankee raid tho young man bho wont I know very woll bho wont heard it called by that name but it is tho oflloiul statomeut of what has thus nnd oh its too heartless and I think awkwardly taking off his hat and yon ought to lo ashamed of yourselves But thu letter Julian urged his obvious that tho man who can keep a been dono tho minister and president but my little bister subject loforo his mental vision con- Â¬ iro carefully exonerated fiotn all ro- both of you to sit hero and well do glancing around him Surely tlu letter what you will I Do your very worst I brother found this on tho beach in tho Tho letter echoed tho exasperated stantly other things being equal will iponslbilityof having loft thoanaichists mako tho best picture shall not lift a linger to stop you I snow underneath wherotho young wom Tho letter is just liko every Masey to pay tho full penalty of their outra an hung sir and wo thought between thing elso a mystery Tho letter leads shall not say ono word in remonstrance Why I went into tho studio of n geous acts by tho nsicrtion that tho minus that maybe as it might bo of somo justwhero tho looMeps in tho snow did frleud of mino tho other day and I wits Just a trillo excited anil hysterical ister of justice previously called upon Ellen Maxey but you look exceedingly fise miiyWi Id better putouiuy hat und struck at onco by n splendid jxwtrait in ho pardons commission to examine in nowhere well with tho teurs sparkling on your coat and run up But even thoy gave us a hint of tho oils ho had just completed How many lotiil tho dossier of tho convicts in orHun up It was eight miles long dark lashes and your cheeks aglow direction tho flend went said tho sis- sittings did you havo for that I asked der to draw up a list of thoso in favor Maxey tool a bit of soiled and damp ter Dr Lamar turned with considerable him Oh I think they aro acting terriIf I toll yon und you should ro 3f whom n moasuro of clemency might surpriso from his survey of tho river paier fiom tho mans hand It was a bly stupid in this affair If I could got peat it to nnybody I might not get my bo possible London Times folded sheet of writing paper and con but she was gono Ixforo ho had an op out now I lieliovo I could do some- prieo for tho picture ho said Thero tained those words traeul with pale ink thing wero really about 20 sittings but 18 of A New nml Novel Illualou lrtuulty to admiro her in a funiiuiuo hand Tho doueo ejaculated Masey I lielievo you could do wonders of thorn wero shams After tho first two I At tho Earls Court exhibition is Miiritkirr IKc 8 1881 with a faint sigh at tho thought of his course returned Maxey a Httlo spite- novcr did any work when tho snbjoct ihown a decided novelty which is called Iiah Anmtti I Iiuvo mnir my own subjugation Well sho will havo during all uurtMiuruliuiiiuiil lo foruuttui ou- fully for ho was btill suffering tho keen wits bef oro ma Dont you sco this is tho haunted swing This now sido show ustonUhto stay thuta all miiituniliUllKlit Ijiotiiilsi lumieil a mutter ness of his disappointment But I just n caso in point At tho first ho had Is of particularly diabolical character of tliu ilcciiit liiiKiituiuo tu Think so iuttlr An would liko to lw informed for instance sketched tho outlino of tho face and as Von sit on n bwlng iu n dark room nnd liuvo Uiii lcicUul an to jour imr iiutlc nii Oh thcros no doubt nt nil about it ho told me whenever ho wanted to sit whllo you gently swny backward and what you wonld do iu this case c n tunc a Your uiliur unit When Ellen begins to net liko Lady known to iiic 1it nnt lo itlljou mother aro Do I would hunt up that Mrs Hup down and work at it ho had only to ro forward n fow inohos only tho walls all ulullt Macbeth I know whats coming But at mice but tin io itru w rnuons why I good who wroto that letter if I had to call tho jicrsons faco to his mind and 3f tho room uro rovolving vertically bhoulil not uu In thu Iioiuc You vUI under slios a good sister Eustace added tho ktllllll tlllH fllllj Wlllll UI1 question every man woman und child ho can really do his best work from this The effect is to doludo tho unhappy via Koine artist feelingly ami tho lK st girl that pliiltout la Hiiiiiciwt nt lmHtnt lml IuDiktop iu tho city to do so mental copynlono by himsolf Tho presim into tho belief that tho compart tliero uro over lived And then I daro say very otliiT rwihuiuvhy J on khuiildnt bu turn there Of course you would and so would ence of tho real faco distracts his attenment is describing an entiro circle La probably shos quito right quito right I liau thuiislit Up a iiIiko llnit will Loron unylxMly That is just what tho pollco tion and makes him nervous no has tho lies havo been seen to wildly hold their An iv It i jou runfin MliHnt for cjtli of i indeed dill do Only they wero sano enough to power Woll if it is n mental faculty ikirts about tholr nnklcs at tho moment tlio hotel nt Olliri lUul wlieru jou cuiiio Sho causes you however to tako n btr jour motlii r tuo jenn uo Justucrosa look iu the directory instead of attempt Â¬ and onr girl gets woll sho is going to ihey imagined they wore hanging in with great lespousibility ing tho catechising Why they had a remember all about this time and these ipaco head downward und many a mail said Dr Lamar Hid rruul thoro li u n nt ou nlli icniiiulxr Why cant jou i oinoout on the truln ondwitlk gentleman in conversation with Mrs gravely events since wo found her iu n sorios of ii leaving the room counts his monoy up tho road hihI wutt fur me I litre nboutO I dont understand you seo if nuy diopped from his pockot ocloik tomoriow Tnoiliij nlihlr If llild nolo Hapgood Uforo tho letter had been in pictures I tako it But you ill before very long for wrim lmt mill very vciy utrupco tp ou their hands an hour Lamar laughed Something after tho 10 comploto is tho illusion London mark my word Maxey tho patient will Annette billi vo mo tliero aro btruiifotlitnes Thentlrero is such u person cried stylo of a panorama I supposo No worrospondout to come ulilcli I ill Itll Jou if After Jou mako you trouble thu doctor mid Miss Muxoy together Muxoy you reason too loosoly You kiun- - jou need never to back know liiit Muxoy started The lllrtli ordooley 1oiul Oil ycc there is but sho never dont weigh your own words Itoniom fttfaln unks jou vlnh After nil tho trouble I What do you mean heard of or saw tho letter before and bcr all about it Do you know what it is buve In en tu In this unit ter und for jourimke Thero is a wonderful swamp imnio said tho physician sim I Imvo iiofiurof mi falluro on jour part tu what is more sho is not acquainted with to romoinbor I moan It is to recall Bomething liatoly bolow tho Mount Pisgah church Your ply that You dont imugino sho will boat tho plit j npuifU AciVTiit very truo friend uuy Annette and has not a single friend that wo havo onco known This poor lud not over U00 feet from tho road at SIiw IUiuoou lio there ulwuys as now You must or foo to her knowledge mining or to girl knows nothing of what is trauspir 1 ilint uoint For many years tho plaoo P I limy lo ii lltllo lute but I bliull not know that sho has a body that has no full to ketp my uiiolntment whom buuhu letter could bo written or iug around her and hits not since tho Ahich is now known ns Gpoloys disease na well as a bruin that has SupMaxey rend this remarkable cplstlo such uu accident onsiblc And as this moment when sho lost hor senses on tho ond has been wet lands but not pose sho should bo able to bit up nnd go aloud in tho preseueoof tho doctor who Mrs Hapgood is u viry worthy and ro rocks at tho sea load What novor is mtil flvo yoars ago did water begin to bpcctablo old lady indeed it is no uso known cannot by any possibility bo ro riso over tho ground about had joined him in tho hull Tho excitaTho placo is in a Well what then to say sho would Ho nbont such an af- Â¬ memborod ble artist was aglow with enthusiasm Na Wlmtovor may bo tho slg basin containing perhaps 00 or 70 What then Well ifyoudoutwntch fair You see I couldnt bollovo it sec future of tho patient this present timo arcs of which aliout 40 acres nro now Hero is i omc thing tangible at last her sho will bo in tho llro or lying ut the Hero is a woman with a namol You did ondhand and I havo been to sue her will always bo u blank to her nider water which is from n fow inchoa foot of tho stains with her neck broken W soveral feet deep Dr Lamar spoko vory positively right my good man to bring this docu Â¬ myself and thots tho result It will filially bo n Maxey arcso nervously and went tc ment hero You wero right lit believing Mnxey flung his gloves moodily on sighed Maxoy Woll if sho but loop lako unless drained which is not tho sideboard as ho was too likely to do it important You havo dono us all a tho center table and dropped himsolf recovers enough to explain who sho is Jkoly to bo dono owing to tho heavy when his mind was troubled Ho had great service Toll your llttlo brother with n disgusted expression into an easy and how sho camo whero wo found hor jost it would require Somerset Ky raised his glass to his lips when that my good man that if ho will bring mu chair which his sister had wheeled in I 6hnll feel reasonably satisfied Still I Reporter faint weird cry that was not a moan of tho uuvoloiHj this letterwascoutuined in front of tho grate cant seo what your visualization pain nor a plea for mercy but akin to Ill mako him a handsome present Woll How very strangol cried Mlsa omouuts to if sho cannot carry a pictnro Hon Illckliuiou Uicluilte Irhllrce both suddenly csenped tho lips of tho bo ut tho bottom of this affair yet or my Maxey which sho scos now into tho futuro About tho only lunu who goes on tho patient Maxey set his glass down with uamos not Maxey An unosiieeted good Well isnt it In perfect koopingwith whatovcr 1 her condition floor of tho houso who has no right thoro a forco that spilled tho contents Ah that isnnothor tfiiugl said La- Â¬ is Dou Dlckiiibou Tho man from Michi fortune Lamar dont you think and nil tho rest I was wj exasperated to Tbcrol Why will sho do that Any ouo that will throw much light oil this think it should turn out iu that way mar quito another thimr from mom- - gan has nover bceu in congress and has thing but that It will givo mo tho hor Â¬ obscuro matter tlmt I hardly spoku to tho old lady civ- Â¬ ory That might bo Sho might carry no right to minglo with members on rors How ho startled inol Lamar frowned and replied cautious Â¬ illy I know her or rather know of her tho picture but it would bo n plcturo thu floor during tho session But tho He crossed tho room and put n hand ly I mn not a detective und I havo too Slios a soi t of uu amateur artist simply uuassociutod with tho succession doorkeepers pay no attention when ho that was by no means steady on his not studied tho letter but it strikes mo ami Ive met her liefora Sho was quito of ovents If sho wero ft jialiitcrnow walks in and it may bo that thoy re friuads shoulder whllo his troublod eyca tho wording Is peculiar mid tho signa Â¬ uisot and distressed at tho idea that though sho nover know you sho might gard him as n pofuouul representative of paint your faco and think it an idea of Mr Cleveland No one on the floor ture extraordinary Tho uamo is explicit anybody should think of connecting her searched tho physicians face Lamar ho said what is tho mat enough iu all conscience A woman nino with what blie called that shocking hor own Not very probable I admit mokes a formal objection to ills pros tmee so ho stays If uuy cougrewmnu with 1mm I dont hwhui what la tho writiugnx outldentlal letter liko tlut to uirulr ami cried out Oh thoy wout but btill It might be should object tho doorkeepers would leHg Latin term far Iwr disorder I a friend docs not ofteti tako bo much put my mimo iu tho papers will thoy TO Wt CONTIVIJKU have to do tlieir duty hu4 refuttj him nwin hi goad rowul JteglUii wordu paluii to got in her full name rut if sho I showed her tho letter uud alio let me admittance Bokoii Advtier fnutkly and j4ulnlf what U Mmi matter wm signing a will Tako euro that too somo spucimciu of Iter haiidwritiiijr Our Quiff H rv utrivwJ ehohtt tout crafty follow hawit thrown thin Tlsero wua no soit of similarity between with bar SO Mnte at Bhirin at yor owu wm at BliMg4 rcpwiotl lUtor In your ww fur UtP IWifxw of thetu Bhos a well Utuuijtur okl Boat M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Very woll oupposo this Suppose that 6lio lius always liecn nil idiot just as wo fco her now tluit lior friends hud taken coro of her but that bIio Imil bo como n burden upon tlinm tlmt in n moment of neglect shocsenpod and wnn dorod over tho edgo of tlio bluff that they know it when it won too late but Lamar wltnont dio Knst liesitattjn cannot tell you You dont know No What doea Dr Ilontly wiy Ho says tho girlH nn idiot Since when r Sincorhofell Hoods imrilla Cures Il ra r jttv Â¬ Â¬ fe Â¬ i III Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Siberian railway has penetrated Its gloomy depths it will bo turned into n parndiso for agricultural settlers and milling sharps whllo nihilists nnd other refractory monitors of Itussinu society will in tho futuro bo accommodated on tho island of Sakhalin off tho const of IttiKsiau Manchuria the eastern terminus of tho czars possessions north of Japan So horriblo and revolting to civilized nations is Sakhalin that tho czar only consented to its adoption as nn open air prison nftor tho assassination of Carnot and tho discovery of tho recent plots ngalnst his own life Tho peoplo nnd tho convfots of Siberia novcr speak of tho island other than tho hell of Sakhalin and its climato is Raid to bo so much worso than that of Siberia as to rob this appollatlon of nn exaggerated character oven in tho mouths of thoso lost ones Heretoforo Sakhalin has been pressed into scrvico ns an open air prison only in tlio most extreme cases whero capital punishment by degroes of course was intended Now that tho exigencies of tho great empiroof thonoith doiuand the purification of Siberia all soutenced to deportation mo canied off into tho hellish wilderness without rcferenco to thu length of sentence tho naturo of the crlnio or offenses they wero accused of without rofcrenco to sex or former status iu society Tho governor of Manchuria has loported tlmt a human lieing not hoin on tho island cannot livo moio than a year there Thero is no menus of escape except iu winter when if a pris oner can niauago to mako his way 100 miles north form tho prison it is possible to reach tho mainland over tho Ice Tho lco bridgo is guarded Still two or threo prisoners havo escaped by dodging bohiud masses of snow nnd ice or what is far moro probable by bribing ofll cials At tho present moment tho most in teresting colonist of Sakhalin is Sophia Sho first achieved criminal Dluhstcin renown by pressing her attentions upon tlio shah of Ieisia luting tlio latters visit to St Petersburg Sophia hail avowedly no intention of adding his maj esty to her list of admirers but sought his acquaintance merely for tho purpose of rolloving him it possible of somo of his diamonds She was foiled in her ef forts but succeeded in having her private car attached to tho shahs special train For this pieeo of euteipriso sho was banished to Siberia for n year and whllo thero organized n band of cutthroats and lobbors whoso services sho controlled on the continent after their terms had expired Sho is said to bo tho sharpest criminal living and in sending her to Sakhalin tho Russian government claims to havo conferred a lusting benefit upon tho wealthy classes St Louis Republic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5 New Subscribers and Oct up a club of 5 new subscribers nnd get ono ot these watches free 500 EAR1H American Lever Movement It will keep accurate timo of order and in every way faction It is an American of which has never been CH Til KEEPER ON Requires no Key Will not get out give entire satis- Â¬ Watch the liko oflVrcd before on such terms Secure five new subsciibers to tho -- BRECKENR1DCE - NEWS V And secure ono of the so Watches 4ww w LABBY SCORNS A TITLE SHE PUZZLES THE DOCTORS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lightfully ironical paiagruphs from his canstio pen Thank heaven tho birthday of her majesty is ovir and I am safe for ono moiojeai iiuiu tho queen has taken to eelebiating le r natal day by knight ing or baiom ting those connected with journalism I mu the day approach with fear and tumbling lest my sovereign should bo miudid to knight or baronet mo Never is thorn a creation of sirs without somo of rhemnssuringmo that far Iroin asking to bo mado ono thoy did not oven know that this was con- Â¬ templated until they saw their names I invaiiably boliovo in Tho Unettc what any ouo tells me theicforo tho danger seems to mo to bo a real one My I picfer tho objection is a double ouo plain mister of u British citizen and I should tear wero 1 knighted that my readers would suspect mo of being actuated rather by gratitude than by sincero ndmiration win novcr I felt called upon to praiso her majestys advisers Not indeed tlmt I object to any ouo bo Â¬ ing knighted if tliis adds to his pleas- Â¬ ure in existence A knighthood nt least has the advantage of not descending to the sen of the gentleman who bo comes n sir I was discussing tho other day with n friend of mino who had declined tho honor whether it was nn ndvantago to a parliamentary candi Â¬ date or tho iworKC IIo contended that Bitch is tho inherent snobbism of tho Anglo Saxon race tho ndvantago is considerable There is n certain amount of truth iu this Although not myself desirous of be Â¬ ing knighted or baroneted or of boing sfllcially allowed to wear n colored rib bon or a metal disk I sincerely wish tho queen many happy loturns of tho day and trust thnt bho may havo innuy other occasions to confer birthday hon Â¬ ors on her subject provided that sho iocs not include mo over iu tho distriWo must jndgo of sovereigns bution ay sovereigns and certainly tho nncen has liccn tho lxst monarch Unit iTu sat upon tho British throne Thu unreason- Â¬ ing loyalty that elovates a sovereign into ii sort of divinity lias disappeared mid tho institution of monarchy is now judged very much on tho merits or demerits of tho incumbent of tho throne Tho queen enjoys n personal popularity which must bo far moio gratifying to her than tlio abject Fcutimcnt that leads frco men to grovel beforo a crown whother it bo on tho head of tho vilest or tho best of human beings What I object to iu monarchy is not so much tho monarch when ns witli us tho sovereign reigns but doas not rule but tho courticis nnd tho flunkies that it brings into existence Cluules II was not n commendable sovereign but I always havo had a liking for him on no count of his undisguised contempt for his courtiers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ riii ill lllfh Itmlliitl Iimlrr liiiul ynccn l toihi nn I mill ill Sciiiion Ill n ncdit issue of lit nry Labou mcros Truth appeals tho following do A Iteimirlinliln Nil let of Transition of Con illtlonx In iv MUsourl llrl A strange caso that is attracting tho nltcntionof nnd pu7zling tho local doe tors of Kansas City is that of Lillian Millor a girl of 11 years who haTim u ergon o n most romarkablo chaugo with in tho past year About n year ago Lil- Â¬ Â¬ lian was a slight girl of extreme nerv Shu had a fainting fit ut that time which tho attending phy siclau attributed to nervousness From that time on tho fainting spells grow frequent until finally they took tho form of convulsions nnd with this chaugo camo ouo that was wonderful to a degree Tho child when out of tho convul- Â¬ sions complained of much pain and acted as a child of her ago would naturally During tho convulsions nnd imme- Â¬ diately after sho appeared to become nn Sho took on tho npponr other person anco of a very old woman in speech and Sho would couvorso as nn old manner woman and givo ndvico to thoso around her Sho claimed to bo DO years old and did not know thoso of tho family who wero with her This peculiar condition lasts for an hour or so and then sho re Â¬ turns to her normal condition Thoso changes havo beeomo frequent until now sho about equally divides her timo between tho two conditions Another strango feature of tho caso is tho fact that while sho is iu her nor v mal condition sho cats very litthtandTV WhCflho i apparently has no appetite tnkes on thu secondary condition sho eats heartily nnd during tho last Hired months has grown to tho statnro and development of a woman Whilo sho is in tho condition of an old woman sho says sho is without pain uudisporfootly woll Sho says she knows of no ono who is mimed Lillian Miller but insists that sho is very old Sho uses languago und recites pootry far beyond tho abili- Â¬ ty of a Httlo girl Drs C D and Park McDonald hor attoudlng physlciuns nro woll known und thoy havo had iu consultation with thoni Dr J Brnmmol Jonas who makes n study of nervous and mental dlsensiM Thu parents are anxious that tho scientific world may investigate tho caso St Louis Ulobo Demoorat ous disposition Â¬ Â¬ I Louisville St Louis Texas R R Co IETO 22 TIME SCHEDULE Tithing Ilffoct At 600 oclck W Dally 6 30pm A U Cundaj Dee 2 17 1853 Weil Bound TVuitu Hail Bound Jrattif Mall 64 Hxpri Kxprt Dally 745am SIX Mail A STATIONS Exits 3ally 45pm 30 Uxpr Dally 8 30pm IvUnn Hoc EUROPES The TORCH OF WAR 3f 7 47 Ireot Tower Heady Ior the Spark Tlmt Will bet It Allanie TM 801 813 8 40 8 43 9 CO Kentucky St ntar Wit Point Howard 12 12 llftJun 1147 1182 1124 907 917 U2U Ionp Ilranch Uraiidcnburg K ron Huvtn II US 1 pt Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tr rmXf Ilr 931 juiton III 69 tUU After tho dreadful Franco German 8 21 8 30 945 Irvlnitton 1060 6 30 war of 1870 1 thoprinciploof- prolonged 8 3H 964 Weliitcr 1041 814 Lodiburtr 1031 military scrvico nml of diminished an- 8 45 loot 601 863 1014 1Urce 1025 667 nual contingents was given up Tho DUO 1020 biwple 10 20 652 Stephenaport monstrous principle of universal sorvlco 900 1028 1011 545 1031 H 10 Od Additon 6 40 was adopted instead By this prinoiplo 917 1030 10 03 Holt 636 10 6U 928 Clovcrjwrt tho whole nation is under arms 6 24 9 48 9 31 106 bhopa 6 21 945 A country is no longer n country a 9 41 1105 41 Iraan 93d 609 peoplo is no longer n peoplo a nation is 9U Hid Haweavllle 4 69 922 4 51 Petrle 914 now nothing but an army and a coun- 101U 1124 10 07 1130 Falcon 908 Hi try is only barrack Everybody is sur 10 U 1134 Cayce 4 42 904 Iewfiport 868 lo qui vivo 436 If war breaks out today 1018 1140 10 34 1168am Powera 8 40 420 12 12pm all professions becomo deserted nil func 1048 1ate 826 406 12 2 1 HI Owcntboro tions ubaudoued tho lifo of tho nation 1059 815 1109 1231 MattinLly 802 stops so that national uotivity may bo lilt 1238 UrlBiU 764 1119 2 42 Stanley said to begin nguin only with tho blood 1125 761 337 260 Worthington 7 43 830 that is shed 1131 1287 716 32 1145 108 SpottiTllle Moreover beforo two host lo armies 727 316 Ban etta 310 that is two nations when thoy aro ouo 1163pm 114 arHenderan Iv 719 12 10am 130pm TOtMm 2 66pm mica joiu in combat each of tho two nrmles that is oach of tho two iuflnito hordes which travorso tholr Bovornl countries to meet eventually on tho LoulsvlfeHadnsburgWestern B R fiold of battle will leavo behind it a No 3 TIME TABLE country iu fnuiiuo its factories silent and its trado paralyzed TAKING EFFECT JULY 99 1W1 Again enormous stocks of food sup Kait Bemad TmIim plies must bo accumulated on tho fron- Â¬ Weitnound Tralnt DalTv BalTr tier whero the two armies are likely to ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS No meet hut leforo reaching these iuex Nol I v Irvlnjrton Ar haustiblo umguaiues the army must be waritcm foil whllo crossing tlieir own territerhw llarned and that requires mouey Be that beIttrdlntburif foro even the first gun is fired each Jell army will Iwve expended eMernioua OUndtaae Dam oat r sum and left in IM train town awl vil- Â¬ trKalURouzhW u lages stripped of mm and beaeta the x oca al Kali ittea iu fawlua the country without a AakU stutfle tiller of the AeM MoOlure Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1107 815 735 730 714 707 668 048 i j rf SKK 9ttf i- - r I Â¬ I ArKordavilltLv 1 A A- - - - Plrf THeTf f7HiTwr5FlWll thit V NiMHMMMMWMMIMWMiWMMmawMlNMMMM rftaaH nHnBHniBBiBBIBHBIBBIw1 -- iii SilMiir l TMpWt THfi BFiKOKEiNKirGBi NRW8 GLORRPOMs KY llisliest Honors Awarded World PERSONAL Pair V V Frilto went to Brandenburg jetttr ilnjr 0 V Moorman spent fcunilny In Holt WCFJ CREAM UMtoni BAKING POWMft Waiv V i 7 A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free torn Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant O YEARS THB STANDARD mwi rnrvrcui ranuc Mlti Annlo Laille Is vltltlngatMr Tuektri thli week Ilcavln Tucker of Stephtnsport i In tho city Friday II 1st Florence Neville It visiting relatives at Pallrllle Mitt Linle Hill li nt Wetjiter tlstllnK hfr Mher Mr Win Hull Dr Welillng of Home Indiana returned from Lnulvllle Monday Mr J It Logan returned Monday from n vlilt to relatives In Hockport Mix Nelllo Devorly started last Friday for an extended visit In St Louts Mr Orvllle Uregory spent Sunday In Ilran with Ills best denhurg PICKED UP Tho picnic given in Minors Grovo Inst Saturday for tho benefit of Holt Chnpel was a decided siicecs in every feature It was n largo nnd representative crowd orderly and civil and the day was ppetit pleasantly by nil present notwithstand tho heat The only disappointment was that Clou Hardin who was expected to bo present nnd speak failed to put in an nppearanre There were many who came from a long distance to hear tho great orator and ttalesnmn nnd the next Oovnrnor of Kentucky The proceeds realized from the dinner nnd standi net ted about 75 The most plenilng feature and ono that Is rarely witnessed in this day ot strong prejudices and petty bickerings nmong churches was Hint both protestants nnd Catholics joined hands nnd contributed their means and worked hard to make the nllalr n sue- Â¬ Â¬ White Sulphur Well Crawford County Intl - tfttt N othing Like It IAVffifvS If you want to ItmilrlHI 1 attvtttt iullSriisa Save Dollars You can Ind them on 5 C C New management Y vvv Q rp J t t Ci r C Cj O t Q t J C t Qt ej i fc Miss Ida Wclsenborger Is nttendlng the teachers Institute at Cannolton WEDNESDAY AUGUST 15 1804 ts the Miss Cora Turpln of Louisville guest of Mlases Llnle and Tlshla Hall Notice to Subscribers Mr C M McQlotlilanof Union Sttr nas The date on the label Indicates the time to In the city on business last Thursday subscription Is pilil Hits serves which your both at n receipt an expiration notice every Mrs Oortrudo Turpln of Louisville Is t taExamine the date prlntifl alter vour week namr on the margin of thla paper and tee if It la iling Mrs H N Hudson and relatives correct Knot correct pltnte to let ut know If Mrs J J Dyer went last Tuesday to Mill your lime hat expired please rtnew at oner wood to visit her ttstcr Mrs Mattlngly Dr Doardof llardlnsburg and Miss Nannie I00AL BREVITIES Murray went to the Tar Springs Mondayr The UntU r lalnco Saloon W Scott Cart the clever Deputy Sheriff of Union Star was in the city last Saturday New lino of gloves nt Uabbnges was In the Amos Hoard of llardlnsburg For milk toast go to tho City Bnkoiy Neck wear nt n great reduction at llab city last week the guest or bis brother Sam W 0 Allen and wlfo went to Hardin county bagus iluvo jou tried the line fresh cukes ut Monday to visit their old boino and friends Miss Cora Weatherbolt left last week for Sulzers Sulphur Springs to visit friends and relatives Bonami to shine your glnss waro up Mr Joe Wheeler of Rome was a passenger Sulzurs on tho cast bound train last Thursday oven juBt received Fresh crackers and cakes Â¬ Â¬ Breckenridge News nttlio City Bakery - Ing K Hot weather clothing tint will keep col Sulzers Suspenders nro in full blast at IJab brtgos Citlland see ilulldlng niiittrinl -- nails hinges locks and llnii1 Sulzers pineapples eyeless Extra ilarncnn and eoreless Sulzers luro old whisky and brandy fur med Â¬ you 3 8 f - ft jj destroying diseaseacta oeing usea lor germs Sulzers Uruilo Uarboiie is Palace Saloon ical uso We will handlo from now on all the tropical fruits Habbage Come in nnd tnko a look ut our new Babbage lino of candies iate hinges at prices that w ill be mon Sulzers ey saved for you Cherry stone lunch oysters try a box something new Snlzr Born Monday tho 10th hint to the wlfo of Scott Vance n lino boy Â¬ Wanted regular and transient boarders Mrs Molly Jolly tho old Bassett Houso What is tho uso to drink warm beer you get it ico cold nt the Balaco Saloon The prettiest lino of 5c 10c 15c and 25c tablets you ever seen nro at Bab- - bugos From now on you can get all of tho latest productions in literature nt llnb bages If you dont nro what you want to drink call for it wo huve it Palace Something now condensed collets for lunches and picnics mado in ono inin- ute Sulzjrs Squirrels are ripo tho liiekory trees are full of them guns shells nnd such like Sulzers Just this week only II jrs best note paper and ono bunch of envelopes for L5o Uabbng s - Tho plor of tho now iron bridge over Clover Creek in this city is rising ma- j stically from tho earth Bring that boy nnd girl in Sulzers let us lit them out wfth comfort givingshoes and good buIuj for school day wear SulÂ¬ zers Frenchs Now Sensation is coming It is between hero and Brandenburg nnd it will probnbly show nt Cloverport night this weok Tito bottom of tho Ohio river still con- Â¬ tinues to get nearor the top of tho water though there is still enough wator left to permit tho smaller boats to ply witii case The Short lino Engine has been repaired by Mr Bateman Oliver and it is said to bo in first class sbapo Mr Oliver will enter on duty this weok at tho shops as machinist J W Bcauchamp of Sample went to Louisville Monday to soil his tobacco Ho says tho corn nnd tobacco crop in his neighborhood is good and not suffering for rain His own crop especiallp is as good as ho ever raised PiercoB new coal office near the dopot is just completed It lias two rooms 0110 encloses tho head beam of tho scales and the other is a nice cosy littlo ofllr e tho whole being a convenient and neat littlo structure Mr James Allen of Oltonault was in tho city last Saturday Mr Allen is thinking of starting a school of elocution in this city Ho is ono of tho llnest ed Â¬ ucated young mon in tho county and tho school would no doubt be prosperous Mr John Allen who has been soctlon foreman on the Oreckenrldgo road for a couplu of years resigned his place last week o take that of foreman at tho clay pit at tho latton brick works Ho has moved his residence to Eastland that ho may U near Ids work In Squire Hamblctons court last Sat- pjjHidVy It 0 Mattiugly of Balltown was ftjKl 5 for committing a breech of tho jimm FKiverul days ago by stopping ftpilre Joe Mullin on thopubllclilghway Eomo Â¬ v k Henry Herndon manager for I 0 Improved Co Commission Merchants Ilerndon Heybach Mrs II M Adams and Mrs T Louisville is vlsitug with his family at Early And of Lettchficld are visiting Mr and Mrs II Ho takes a great interest in Irvington A Oelze tho people of his native county Says he M K Avltt of Lodlburg went to Tuscola cant help it and uovcr loses an oppor- Â¬ A GOOD BOY lb GONE lit Monday to visit his aunt Mrs Ilnslba tunity to fnvor them When goods Robinson como to our house from Breckenridge or Mrs Oraham and children returned Sunday Meade county it is just as natural forme A most distressing accident which from an extecded visit to friends and relatives to go out and make n special effort to get cost the life of a good young man oc- Â¬ at Lewlsport tho bst prices going ns it is to go out curred hero lulu last Friday evening Mr nnd Mrs J T Orlffith of Owonsboro A fishing parly was seining ou the were the gursle of Dr and Mrs S H Watklns and meet an old friend who diops in to see me last week Indiana sandbar about two miles above nt who has been nt French W S Ilowmer the city Aftei they hud gtown tired of The county cnmlidtteH were out in full the sport it was proposed that they try Lick Springs fur ten days recreation returned force ut tho picnic Thoy wero all to wado tho river Several of tho crowd last Friday loaded with speeches but wero afraid Miss Kllz1 Dyer of Cloverport Is tho guest started for tho Kentucky shore nmong of her aunt Mrs E I Glbba of Lcltchneld of tho othor fellows Our friend them being Will Morton The bar ex Â¬ Orayson Qaiette lteuben Miller was biling over and tends far out into tho river nt this point Rev W A Lusk of Virginia arrived last had it in for Judge Board until ho found in wading at least night to visit his wife nee Jennie Keith and tho Judgo was ready and then ltcuben and thoy succeeded two thirds of tho wap before they reach Â¬ her fathers family got out of tho notion Our opinion is ed deep water This far tho bottom of Miss Jennlo Warfield aftor several weeks that tho weather was entirely to hot for thu river had been smooth nnd the slopo visit to friends and relatives In llardlnsburg both of thein When these two gentle- Â¬ very gradual John Bates was in tho returned last week men do get at it you may look out for lead nnd was walking along with ease in who has been visiting her Mrs Deverly some mighty lively times returned comparatively shallow water when sud mother Mrs Cable of Henderson nt borne last Thursday denly ho stopped off n bank into deep Mr Dtn Burks of Lakeland Fla is wnter and went under Being a good Miss Alllcne Murray departed Saturday for Drandonburg whoro she will bo tho guest of visiting his mother Mrs W E Minor swiinmor ho turned and swain back to Holt Dan is a fine looking handsome where ho could touch bottom tho Mlssea Low young man nnd justly thu pride of his Misses Mnttio and Anna Hobb of Uubbii Will Motion camo next but was not flu is in tho railroad busiucbs directly behind Bates llo saw Butes go Bottom arrived yesterday to bo tho guests of mother Mr and Mn W Q Smart in Florida and has a fine orango grove under and swim back and whon Bates Mr and Mrs Oeo May and son Fred and which ho expects to bring him a fortune mm if he was are visit Â¬ in a fow years Ho says there nro no stopped Morton asked hli sister Miss Katie of Cannelton titandinc on tho bottom Bates told him ing Mr and Mrs ChasMay hard times in Florida Plpnty of work hat he wxs and n Morton was tho Mr Martin S Whltford who has not been thero for everybody nt good prices taller of tho two ho thought that ho In the best of health for several weeks wa are could go on till he was even witii Bates glad to say Is Improving Messrs Miko Lyddan Webster John As Rev S C Bates Ph D and wife of Mon- Â¬ it happened tho declevity did not Wimp Jno Nevitt Ferd McGeheo nnd extend straight up and down tho river roe Ohio nro expeetod hero about Aug 17th Bate Washington Irvington and Henry and Morton came to it before ho oxpect to spend two weeks among friends accom Â¬ Ilerndon Ixiuisvillc were at tho picnic ed it Mr Morris Beard of llardlnsburg Ho stepped over the blufl and They camo down to was immediately plunged into very deep panied by Miss Minnie Murray went to Bran- Â¬ at Holt Saturday to seo the town hear Gen Hardin nnd were very much water Ho could not swim und began to denburg Sunday Mrs Mrs VIrge Hardin and daughter disappointed when it was learned that floundor holplesaly Bates wia close by Morgan Fountain and children spent Monday ho would not bo present Gen Hardin but did not go to his nssistnnco for fenr with Mr and Mrs Martin S Wbltford has n host of friends in this county that Morton would drown thorn both Mr James flallagan went to Owensboro nt Mortons younger brother was still be Â¬ Saturday to spend Sunday with his family Tho Nkws advico to tho county can Â¬ hind but when ho saw his brother who are the guests of Mrand Mrs Clint Orlfllth didates is that thoy make their canvass drowning ho rushed forward nnd tried Misses Mayme Griffith and LaFayette La on high toned honorable principles to pave him Ho could not swim either been at Old Point Comfort Heist who have Stand for their party and its principles and for n short time it appeared that far the last ten days returned home Monday and their own qualifications and fitness both would drown In tho mean time branching out Ho spent Ollto Tousey for tho otlie to which thoy aspior Bates had called to a skiff that was somo Sunday In Brandenburg The supposition Is Peoplo aro not interested in your person- Â¬ good distance nwny nnd it nrrived in timo to will make bis visits quite frequent he al affairs nnd dont caro to hear such place save tho younger brother but Will had The following young gentleman of this city nonsenso Bo men sunk beneath tho waves before they nt spent Sunday with the Misses Robb at Robbi could get to him Mr Bates says that Bato Washington We hnvent had he went down not in tho usual way by station Messrs W S Smart W S Bowmer n rain in our section for nino weeks rising and sinking 0 T Sklllraan and Peter Brashear but when ho wont and Not only the crops aro suffering but Frof Waller Stewart of Chambers under ho never camo to tho surface formerly of this olty bat now stock water is getting scarco und many Derwood Wroe again The wator was clear and ho could of Utility came up Friday to spend Saturday farmers have to haul their water for bo scon for somo timo before ho finally with the tatters parents Mr and Mrs Thoi miles This is tho tbiid year for a droutli weut to tho bottom His father II L Wroe in our neighborhood and our people aro Morton was somo distance away but he Mr and Mrs D W Falrlelgh and children beginning to foil tho eflects or it very could not arrive in timo to save Ids of Louisville spent last Wednesday with Mr Â¬ Mr C C Morrison ot last week visiting his Laslle Eugene Vest after a weeks visit at French Lick arrived home yesterday looking much After thu picnic a gay party of young ladies and gentleman met at tho hospita ble homo of Mr Julius Dutschko and were entertained nt tea In tho absenco of their parents Mcssera Fred nnd August and Miss Mary Dutschko wero Addrcss masters of ceremonies A very enjoy- Â¬ able evening was spent Thoso prebent wero Mrs Henry and Miss Kmuia llald crmnu of ixmisvllle Misses Jennie Molliu and Maggie Stalinism nnd Messrs Dick and Edward Stallman of Mooley ville Miss Ida Dutschke Carlton and Chas Dutschke Union Star Miss Clara Frank Owonsboro Miss Aunio Dutschko Mooleyville Misses Nora and Kttuice Manning Mooloyvillo Misses Amanda aud Brook Tinus and Emma lliedel Holt Miss Hay Dyer Cloverport Messrs Owen Claycomb Union Star Emmet Will Morton Sinks Bonoath Elder and Sam Haden Mooloyville Jas Waves of tho Cruet and nnd Wlllard Allen Chcnault Chas Relentless Ohio Iellvtllo was here Ileidel Chaa and William Tinius nnd sister Mrs Green Dan Dick Holt Heuben Miller Clover- Â¬ port Â¬ nt k Elsby Excellent table Good String Band Sulzers Shelves is the same thing if you find just what you need and get It for less than you ex Â¬ pected to pay It A g Q 5 ft tj rt Ij rp ft tjF Q All kinds of amuse- ments For rates etc You cant get along without Groceries llccauso eating is a habit you ac- Â¬ quired at n very early ago and clings to you still It is a good habit if properly controlled and supplied with Mogan Post ollico Props Sulphur Well Crawford Co Ind nt Bob Pierce met with considerable loss yesterday Ono of his teams was pulling a load of coal up tlm hill on Klin street when ono of tho fine horses which was drawing tho wagon dropped dead The tho cnuso of death is thought to bo over come by heat Tho animal Btoppcd and moved two and fro n fow times then ho fell over and breathed his last Tho loss to Mr Pierco is about 150 K Mattlngly is dangerousTho Annual Cloverport Drownings ly Mr James sick nnd ho is not likely to recover from his present prostration Have Begun Thus TO RISE NO MORE Good Groceries Wholesome Provisions Choice Delicacies These aro what you can get ac money saving prices at Â¬ ELECTION NOTICE - State of Kentucky Regular Term urccaenriuge uuuniy court J Juno 18 1811 Mo II Dowell nnJ others on petition It appearing that the petition of Me II Dowell nnJ others lodged with the Clerk of this court on the lfith Inst and lied In this court tin this day requesting that an election be held In the Hock Vale precinct and at Hock Vale voting placo on the 25th day of August 1891 to take the sonso of voters of said precinct who are qualified to voto lit an elect ion for county nlhreri upon tho proposition whether or not splrlteouvlnoiis ur malt liquors shall he sold hartercd or tinned In said precinct nndwhether oriiitloi at option now In force shall hecomo Inoperative In sild precinct nnd also whether or not tho pro Isions of this law nnd prohibition shall apply to druggists in said precinct was slgnod by moro than twonty livo per ct nt of tho leg il voters of said precinct cast at tho last proceeding election held In said precinct It li now ordered by tho court that tho request of said petitioners bo granted and that an election be held on said 25th day of August 1894 In tho Rock Vnlo voting pro duct to take the sense of tho legal voters In said preolnct who are qualified to voto at an Â¬ Â¬ SULZERS Grocery Store - i The Best tt election for county officers upon tho proposition whether or not spiritnous vinous or inalt liquor shall be told bartered or loaned in said precinct and whether or not local option now in force shall becomo inoperative In said preeinet and also whethoror not the provisions of this law and prohibition shall apply to druggists In said precinct and It Is further ordered that tho Sherilfof Ureokcnrldgo county open a poll nt Hock Valo voting placo on the said 25th day of August 1891 for tho purpose of taking tho scnuo uf tho logal voter of said precinct as aforesaid upon tho proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liq- Â¬ uors shall be sold bartered or loaned in laid precinct and whether or not local option now in force thall become Inoperative In said pre- Â¬ cinct and also whether or not the provisions of this liw and prohibition shall apply to drug gists In tald piecinct and laid Sheriff it ord- Â¬ ered to give notico of tald election and hold urns at required by law and tho officers of laid election aro appointed as follows WH Moorman nnd R U Robertson judges and Dald 0 Moorman clerk and F K Rhodes sherllT who are hereby directed to hold said election as above directed and tho sheriff will so notify them A copy attest John II Monarch Clerk SHOE In the World for the money is mado by And sold Mcintosh B by F Beard IIARDINSBURG KY Co FOR SALE One hundred and Hirco acres of land lying within one bntf mile of llardlnsburg on the Cloverport and llardlnsburg turnpike and tho same land on which the old fair grounds stood Sixty acres of this place Is suitable for culti- Â¬ vation and about thirty acres in timber Tho Is under good fence and well watered It filaco location for a good farm lias a good building site and U always convenient to market Termt reasonable Apply to J T K1NQMT0N llardlnaburg Ladies call for tho 1 Statement of the Condition of tho but liko it Oant h elp Rose Breckinridge INCOKIOKATED BmiIc i Tra OI Cloverport Ky At the close of business June 30th 1891 ASSETS 118 Oil 25 Notts and Rills discounted Hanks Fixtures and Furniture 2 000 00 3 000 00 Ranking House and Lot 1 530 93 Debtt in Suit Overdrafts 1416 97 29 584 64 Bonds Cash 21 036 80 34 403 97 Due from Ranks 58 440 77 214 017 56 Price m 150 tmmmmmmmtt To buy goods reasonable is the stoic for you to go to We only nclvcrtisc what we mkan and do Try us nnd then be your own Judge We nre selling nil our Summer Goods nt cost for we do not want to carry goods over from one season to another Visit our store and purchase some of the great bargains Old They were en routo S Rabbage to Cerulean Springs where they will remain and Mrs two weeks and Mrs 0 DShaw of Louisville Ky were Cbas and Alex Abl of Mouwequa III passengers on the steamer Carrie llopo one morning last week enroute to Franks Land Â¬ ing They will spend several weeks with rel- Â¬ atives and friends Joe II Cox the accomodating llardlnsburg postmaster and Thomas Jefferson Hook the elever llardlnsburg miller who are spending a few days recreating at the Tar Springs were In the eltr yesterday after the late pipers and J periously A drummer said to tho News My houso received an order from n firm in Wo shipped tho your town on tho Oth goods ou the same evening and they wero in tho houso on the 7th on tho 8th wo received a check for our money Morgan Fountaino and family wero nt boy 4 si nt at tho picnic and remained over Sunday visiting his father in law Mr Virgo Hurdin and family Mrs Caldwell Norton of Louisville is visiting her old homo and parents Mr aud Mrs Jas G Stephens Addison Miss Susie White of Louisvlllo is iting her sister Mrs Emma White Mr and Mrs Virgil Hardins Holt ifa p4 M other refreshments Mr D 0 Ilerndon has ordered his paper changed from Boston Man to Lakota N Dakota While going out he stopped In Chi- Â¬ Little cago a few days to visit his cousin Munford luiey and together they tent com Â¬ to the Ntws pliments Mr V R Johnson and fimlly passed through the olty Monday en route to their home in Phllpot They have been on an ex Â¬ tended visit to friends and relatives at West He also paid the Ntws oCBoe a visit View and renewed bit subscription for another year RerS 0 Shelly pastor of tba M E ehurcb left list week to be with bis wife who wat visiting her parents near Dig Spring Rer Shelly bat beta In very poor health for Ha thought tba change of few tome time 1 nail lialllll Oltiflt 1iaf notltii In n n days would be Far the better They returned ward Idtn The trial was vtiry amusing as home Wednesday Mr Mattiugly spread himself consider Â¬ Mr 8 B Shaanea was a pafeea gar oa the ably white on tba viltness stand The WMt bUBd rata Sunday Mr Shaaaea It proof went to show that the offeaM was stilt wlta HetUmaa Brt rtprMMttag tbeta light but the court thought it surMeUut la Ik wasleMtt Wade He rmlred a ttl to tUfy Mn in assessing tlis at oae to giw SnUy la JasUvIU to AmIh swell esses AH of rtowwit were OwtaeiUui m bU aMihK wm wj law wHb present as witnesses and they a elatm tests mptUa ii d ttjeir attendants uialciug ths entire FrfetV to Mr Mattlujrly HHjhiU AejkrtV WsftTs nt nt vis- Â¬ at Mrs Geo Wolf of Louisvlllo has been tho guest of Mrs Hattio Smith Holt for nt several weeks Misa Clara Frank of Owonsboro is vis- Â¬ iting Misses Amanda aud Brook Tinius nt Holt jtjiuujn ot WwUlskrItiyr CM afcaljjbw Mr jft Antney Over Tho Cloverport ball team went to Can- Â¬ nelton last Sunday and got the only good licking that they have received this year The Cloverport boys started out well but they were usable to do any thing after the first inn ing The score by itmlBjjB is as follows IanirMi 13 3 158789 s 1 Oil 8 305 CshhsUoii l CloverpoK HtMtek out Gsunelton 4 Cloverport 4 The alarm was soon given nnd efforts wero mado to recover tho body He was not found however till about 10 oclock at night and when ho was brought down to Cloverport tho scone at tho Morton homo was truly distressing Many worn tho tenrs that wero shed not alono by immediate relatives Squlro Hambloton held an inquest over tho remains next morning aud after oxamiuing tho witnesses tho de- Â¬ cision of course was accidental drowning Tito funerul was held Saturday after- Â¬ noon and thu remains were laid to rest in tho Cloverport cemotory Will Morton was an exemplary young man and well liked by nil who know him Ho had just arrived at manhood twenty ono years of ago and he had the prospect of a brilliant business career ahead of him Ho was connected with his father in tho saw mill business in tills city nnd their affairs seemed to be prospering It is truly hard that ho should bo thus taken away right in the zenith of his manhood nnd usefulness and Ids bereaved relatives have the sympathy of the good peoplo of Clover port Dr L W German Sentut Of Louisville is in Cloverport for ono week His office is with Dr Watkins First class dental work done in the latest approved styles Decayed teeth rilled and saved Prices to suit the lime ntOiMMMLtjiMl Stamacb du WMfWH RMWHt IKON MR It leUr Kmd It It utr faoUla Uflll Ml riJu iuark ut amatol rwt UiMtf est ftttpPSf MAUIMTIHSi THE STORE Dry Goods Notions Furniture Carpets Mattings Oil Cloths Shoes Groceries Hardware Glassware Chinaware Capital Stock Surplut Fund Undivided Profits Fund to pay Taxe Dividend No 40 Deposits A 4 per cent 45 100 00 25 000 00 6 018 29 I 233 95 1 804 00 135 861 32 214 017 56 Cashier llSKILLMAN NOTICE TO CREDITORS BRECKENRIDGE CIRCUIT COURT Notice to i Creditors Louisville Trust Co Assignee of Richard and Kcndrlck V allien Defendants All partnership creditors of Richard and Ken drlck YVathcn are hereby notified to produce their claims before the undersigned Commis- Â¬ properly sioner at hit office In Marrilntburir proven on or before the firt day ot October Given under my hand a Commissioner of said court this first day of Auirutt i V O IIA1II1AOR Comr II C C Notice W K llarnes Assignee of Win II Rcll 1Ulntlll to vt Creditors II C Armstrong ct al Dclendantt All persona having claims uiralntt the ctate ot Win II llcll aru la rchy notified to prodiico the sjiiie before the undersigned Commlsslouer on or before the first dV of October l at hit nlhce In llardlntburg properly provtn as the law dlrccti iiven under my hand at Conimlvlocicr uf tald court this Augutt ut iKm O IIAIUlAOK Comr II C C Kmma Notice 0 1uyntcr Admxetcllaln to vs tlfff llallle Iaynter Chat C Iaynterln 1 creditort ate and unknown creditors Defendants lantt It M Jolly Ilalntltr Reliable Store Neff Kagin n GUSTON KY Tinware m llrlckoy aud Mlaa Xuby Xytm were the gueeU olMri Farber yesterday Mrs V POK nYSPBPttlA 000000002 I IF it i x m m l I All persons having olalmi again tt the eMate A new mill house ia tut nsaring com of Walker H raynlcritVceatedTare herby noil fUd to produce thtr cMlmt before the under pinion at Mortons saw unlil at he foot In Ilar4lnttiura 4gMJ Commissioner Mfxwly graven on a Mior U Art ilay of of upper Third nUttet It ta quite an im Glvan uildf ur hakil at Couimlaatoar of aald proymut to lite property court thla ttrat day M August IkH Skirt at yoijr own price at Habbtigeri tloce Our Gem Shlris Itave arrived 60 oenta ettoloe - at Ustblnmee ftuwmn imtvmmifrm4 tjiitiiiinwuiiiiiiinini i iniitiitfiiMBBBB rv a - i THE Highest of nil it BBLESlOKEINRIDGK UNIFORM Snme Details of an Army Officers njws oloyrrpoh Â¬ KV i fiiii JraTrffwraMj Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Repot t Baking J 1 V S Tl into one if the stair departments Can Be Rclied Upon and all kinds of Oullding Material he will havo to get new devices oil his It Is No Song and Sing It Yoursolf When you start out on a Columbia shoulder straps aud knots and a chap Sole Atnt f you come home or it eau Which latter monstrosity will cit to Koop Appropriately Homostuud Fertlllzoro and Trny VNW JK l The fact that it is iinpostiHe to ascertain him from 1125 10 22 50 Clothed Bono Mual the quality of a bicycle by a casual examina In foreign armies an allowance is gen Â¬ THISht Monthly Crop Report Breckenridge News tion tliould le a sufficient reason for hnyinn a aceompanlntil with tfie rash Jromptly erally made to an olllcer by the Govern Ontnri A very larao per cent of the wheat GIII wheel with a reputation ment to enable htm to buy his outfit crop of tho Slate has been threshed 15 1891 WEDNESDAY AUGUST Til ere is no wheel that has been licforc the public so COSTS MUCH MONEY Uncle Sam gives 110 such allowances di- Â¬ fully enough to show that a good crop long none lliat stands or ever stood so high none so well rectly but he pays his ofllccis much more has been raised while the yield per guaranteed none whose guaiantce is so substantial and so than officers of corresponding tank get acre is not so good in bomo pints of the or liberally interpreted none so safe to buy as n Columbia The uniforms of our army are not dis Â¬ ahioad and thu pay continues year in Stale principally those counties that Willi ColniMas listed at 125 few fliers will te so unwise as to Invest in lower grails Mercies tinctive that is each regiment does not and yeur cut and doesnt como only suffered most from the snow all tho cor so 011 tho respondents say that tho berry is of a have its own peculiar uniform as is the with the first commission POPE MFG CO very superior quality r I heard a miller case in the foreign armies Hut though whole if gold lace comes liigli our olll frr I0 Uoiton New York ChcUO Hartford Capital Stock 25 000 The Democrats of Gooryla Givo say that this years crop of wheat was Undo Sams land officers have compar cers are able to allord it Besides if it is Surplus 7 000 atively little choice in their clothes a comfort to them promotion is so Us a Strong Platform Favreally worth five cents more per bushel than last years crop on account of the there are many more details about the slow that they are not compelled to buy B F BKAUD trosldent oring It superior quality of the grain Some of uniforms than most persons would sus- Â¬ new things very often N Y Sun WILL MILLEIt Vl08 Projldnt Agent Cloverport Ky tho best wheat raising counties in the pect ond tho necessities of an olllcers M II BEAKD Cashier wardrobe mo us numerous as those State suffered very greatly from the snow Q W BGAKD WHAT IS IT 1 Evory Dollar in Circulation Must and their yields will not bo very large of n civilians - Dire tor MORRIS ESKRIDUK First of all an officer must havo civil- Â¬ R M JOLLY average yield of the state will be but the Bo on a Parity With Evory nearly up to an average Tho price con ian clothofi Wo havent reached tho INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS MANHOOD tierRESTORED TSrSrRrSSK Other Dollar tinues very low in fact the market e point of militarism recently attained in That the Chines and the Japs Are vuuiUlrnpBUcli as Wenk AUiiHryloaiipf Jlraln to euro nl ftmruuuu Wake tul neMlOHtMnnliouilNlKblly htutMuns Norrous ports last weel show that tho prico was Great lliitain where His Itoyal High n eULor box caused Have Your Work Done Right IK alldrulnsnmlliioior Fisjhtinu This Bloody War cxcpasItoupuo lolutccoopliim orBllui liTorerexertlonyouthrulcriHr lower than that of corn Many farmers nebs the Duke of Cambridge command ulantwlilcUliadtoIiitrniltrliumptlonor InmuUr- t a curried In I am now prepaicd tn ilo ftrrtClas work at urugr Tmm a perDox iiiurv ot mnn prepaia tn tnry Bold ww Ten pfK iei time prlctaln Ililcktajlnn and Plastering About EQUAL PURCHASING POWER are using their crops as they did last ing in chief was graciously pleased ho of all II you are going lo have any 5Lrfk --iflTKlBlveiitvrltlfnBiinriiiitfolociirenrreniiKl MnsuiiloTcuploCUICAQO hard call on or uddrcss me it work doneKyIn my 2riHiriruEilt3 AHiforlulakonomhpr WMIb fnrfreeMpdlril Hook unnt foaled year feeding it to hog In fact some to direct that officers on duty at head Irvlngton line iilirnu In Plain uraoDcr Address NiKVjNiii JO UllUlliM AIDKRT SCHINDLER farmers did not harvest their crop at all quarters should do their work in uni- Â¬ FuraalolnCIJTcrortKJbT A 11 KISIlKItnnd br C C MAKT1N Druggists but turned their hogs in the field A form so that our officers get into civilTlic deliverance made by tins demo gentleman in Mcicer county said to me ians clothesmuch oftener probably than Each Seems to be Crowded and Wants cratic party of Georgia through its ac- Â¬ That lie una satisfied that ho had saved those of any other army Hut in the way Moro Boom to Spread Out credited representatives will meet the tho cost of harvesting his crop by turn- of uniform an officers requirements are Over approval of every voter in the Btate ing in his bogs and letting them cat it many who believes democratic principles up Very little plowing has been done He must have a fatigue uniform conThere was never nny doubt in regard to for wheat as yet and from present sisting of tho new regulation blous COREA THE OBJECT the tenor and scope of the platform to pi ices the farmer has poor encourage and trousers and that will cost him bo put fortli except ns to the financial ment to sow a largo crop Our best from 18 up to 10 then if ho has also plank and the convention met that wheat raisers think that all wheat tho old regulation blouse ho must spend While the cable apprises us of battles issue and disposed of it in a way that giound both sod and stubble should be from S8 to il dollars more and for a ought to prove satisfactory to the most plowed as early as practicable in order white flannel uniform he may pay iiR and victories for tho Chines or the Japs and retracts the report in whole or in If there that it may settle and become firm before extra anient friend of free coinage His leggins will cost him 25 was any compromise sought or wiggcstcd sowing For his diess coal he may pay frouil7 pari tho next day cot respondents me I have obtained icporls fioin a in tlie committee on resolutions it was niimbci of correspondents as to tho yield to 10 and for his oveicoat fiom J7r0 making strenuous ellorlfl to find out what Will begin ils socond scholastic year a compromise of terms that mean nutli per acre home few not being able to gis e to 57 accoiding as ho likes a hood or it is all about As they arc not agreed ingfur the principle of American bi- an estimate lroin those leporting 1 not Ilesides tho overcoat the capo is a among themselves their efforts can not metallism pure and simple is as emphat Â¬ place the estimate at 15 bushels per convenience It will cost him from 25 be characterized as wholly successful ically and as clearly bet forth as any aero to 18 Tho cap costs from 4A0 to JO though of course it is probable that sev- Â¬ democrat could desire and an oiled silk cover costs 5 cents eral causes havo contributed to the out- Â¬ CO KM The silver declaration summarily dis- Â¬ more Thirty live cents comes with a break of hostilities One month ago 1 repotted a prospect One correspondent who writes from poses of the fraud and humbuggery insound ot relief volved in the arguments in favor of an for tho latgest crop of corn ever raised in Having clothed himself tho officer London gives a reason for the war which Ho impossible international agieemeut the btate and I might say fiiim nil ie must decorate and arm himself If ho at least has the odor of probability The Democratic puty of ieoigia de Â¬ porta fioin other states the lnigcbt in the in an infaiitiy man the slripcH on his says it is laud hunger Itoth China aud United States but a iiiimth cm make a Iirge as is the flates for the immediate free and linuserH the facings on his coal tho Japan want more 100111 coinage of silver for tho immedi- very gieat diUeicnee in a corn crop The lining of his eapi mid bis hood will bo Chinese Kmpire its population Is im Â¬ Will pay all expenses for one term of Japan also ate restoration of the white metal to its rains have not ben general by any white if a cavalryman jellow if an mense and greatly crowded ten weeks There will be four terms constitutional position as a money metal means and in many plates where it has artilleryman red if a iredical man wants 1110 0 breathing space not to menrained there has not been enough to do green and if he is ono of tho stair de Â¬ tion tho advantage of a foothold on the of ten Jweeks each and one term of Wo demand says tho party tho immediate passage of such legislation as any good Heports from a great many partment his trousers will not havo any continent to an insular power Corea eight weeks will restore silver to its constitutional counties say no rain of any consequence stripes but the facings and linings will lies between tho two and oilers a tempt- Â¬ I read very carefully since tho snow ing prize Tho work of intrigue for ad Â¬ position as a money metal and will be he dark blue His helmet will cost from tho reports ami find it a difficult matter euro at once tho free and unlimited coin175 to O 50 unless he is a mounted vantage of position has been going on for in age of gold and silver on a parity and to tell which put of the State has suffer- Â¬ officer In that case ids helmet sports a along time but at last it has brought ed most from the want of tain 1 rather relations so strained that there is nothing givo to every dollar in circulation 1 175 to plume and he can pay fiom left but to fight it out whether coin or paper the Mine debt believe that the Western and Southern fC 50 for his headgear portions have reported more rain than paying and purchasing power The idea has prevailed that Corea is a for only our GenHis shoulder knots All iivoll this is a pretty tough pre- the middle and 1asteru parts hut tho erals wear epaulets cost from i75 for barren land upon whose soil the wretch- Â¬ scription lor those new converts to the droutht seems to bo very widespread a Second Lieutenants in fine gilt ed inhabitants eke out a precarious and single gold standard who have been cut- Â¬ net confined to our state alone but to thread cord to 11 for a Colonels in miserable existence Tho condition of ting something of a figure in Georgia mot of the corn growing states The gold wire cord hut ouco having got tho people is not a subject of controversy politics and also for those who have average condition of the crop is placed at his knots ho may havo his promotion but it is now insisted that their misery been hiding goldhuggery views behind V per cent maiked on the old knots at the cost of Is duo to bad government rather than to tho somewhat truispircnt veil of interlOIIMlO 50 for a flrnt Lieutenants bars J for tho native poverty of tlio country Tho President national agreement Wu picMimo it is people aro poor beeaiibo they are not al ou mru Major sgolil leaves All eorrcspondeiitH agree that the eaily a i apiaiiis a prescription that will he hard to swallowed to develop the resouicea of tho planting of tobacco is doing fairly well and the bamo prico for a lieutenant low but it should he borne in mind that making good growth and prospects of a Colonels silver leaves and if ono pair land Tho policy of China which has the medicine that posseases the greatest fair crop but that the late setting is do of knots have lasted him all tho time he been dominant in Corea is to prevent inherent virtues is frequently tho bitter- ing little or no good on account of the can havo a Colonels eagles put on them the use of resources of tho country until est and in this case a heroic dose is dry hot weather In many places it is with a new pad for the Government may control them absolutely necessary On tho party at firing very badly Tho present condiThe shoulder straps for the fatigue Corea is said to bo rich in minerals large it will havo tho eflect of a tonic tion does not indicate a very large crop coat dont cost so much - 10 will buy Tho production of gold as is known Snakes In A Glass Case BIG SPRING a nerve restoror Tho average acreago is placed at 7 per a Second Lieutenants and 150 will amounts to a considerable sum in spite It is said tiiat a Tennessee editor There has been considerable clamor cent The average condition is placi d at buy a Colonels though if ho wants real of the efforts of tho Government to limit IS THE BEST Horn to tlio wifu of K W Jones a ko ps two large snakes in a glass caso on tho part of some democrats to the 75 per cent gold he must pay from S4 -- 5 to 5J5 for or suppress it Miues operated centuries riVr Ear N SQUEAKING- in ids editoril room It has been a a UOKUOVAN effect that parity between gold nnd silthem A Generals shoulder straps cost ago are closed and all tho work 1I0I10 is boy IASTllllUS FRENCHENAMrUDCALF is bird year on Tennesseo editors and Miss Kva llonsloy of llardinabnrg ver cannot be maintained if this country less than a Colonels or evon a Majors either under Government surveillance or economy is a necessity This plan n 43P FlNECAlfKANGARQH From tho reports of correspondents all enters upon the free coinage of silver for tho Gonerals show only ono or two in violation of law There aro also mines visiting Mis Clara Morris 35P P0LICE3 SOLES duccs Ins expense considerable He can without the consent and active aid of kinds of pastures are unusually short for stars whilo tho Colonels show a spread of coal zinc sulphur tin and quick sil Mr C F Morris of Louisville was tlio drink a glats of water and by looking at oi year it is not an uncom EXTRA FINE tho Kuropeon monarchies As tho re Â¬ tins time eagle and a Majors a pair of leaves ver There are some Coreau trees guest of Mr and Mrs A U Morris Sun t lo snakes secure all the pleasure of a 2l7JBOYSSCH0tlLSH0ES sult of tliis clamor a good deal of confus mon thing to commence feeding out The sword is comparatively cheap ho which would yield valuablo commercial day prolonged three dollar spree Todd LADIES- ion liar arisen in regard to the real stock in September but not often the can get a first class sword for 12 and a products among them ono Mr A It Morris lias moved into his County Times that furnishes caso in August Stock water is reported 3 2BESTDNGLA meaning of the term parity and its second grade sword for If his friends material for the famous Japanese lacquer new store and is ready for customers very scarce in some counties Tho con- Â¬ Havo you examined those shirts that auriu run MiAuiuub givo him his sword they can pay as application to our various tonus oi cur It is tlio desire of the Japanese to de- Â¬ WLDOUCLAS 17 Misses Ilurel Kiukend nud Curl nro llibbage is selling for r0 cents 7 rency Ilut the democratic party of tho dition as reported is per cent TOr jsV much as 100 though ho cant use it ex Â¬ velop theso resources of Corea of course visiting Misses Ituby and BROCKTON MASS lloitenso Mil- Â¬ WAV You can sure monrr by purchnatug W L btate has swept this clamor aside and cept on occasions of ceremony The for their own benefit mainly though ler this week SHIMB Douirlaa Mines Because we are tbe largest manufacturers of has left no room for confusion The timothy hay crop is very short dress belt cost him 10 75 and tho ser- Â¬ such 11 policy would also benefit the na Â¬ When advertised shoes In the world aud euarautce Miss Misses Mnry Moorman and sister every dollar in circulation whether but was put In the stack in flue condivice belt i75 This latter ho wears tin tives of tho country The friction that the value by stamping the name ouu price on tbe bottom which protects you against Illicit Nellie of Glenilenne two tlio gutals of coin or paper is given by law the tion The percent as reported is plac Â¬ drhis fatiguo blouse which has a slit resulted from tho struggle prices aud the middlemans profits Our shoes between the equal custom work iu style easy fitting and ed at CS samo debt paying aiul purchasing pow in the left side through which the sword party of the progress and the party of re Â¬ Mrs Strother wearing qualities Wc have them sold every- Â¬ er then each dollar will bo on a parity hook protrudes and if you see a man action has gone on increasing until war where at lower prices for the value given thuu A social was given at Mr Abo Moor Â¬ UTS any other make Take no substitute If your with every other dollar Tho platform dealer cannot supply you we can Sold by Meantime however other mans Saturday night Kvery one en The average yield pur acie is 51 bush- - looking about twenty one coming down resulted declaration simplifies the whole question els tho street in an overcoat with frogs S L SULZEP Cloverport Ky parties have hud their eyes on tho Her Joyed himself immensely and demands that the burden of hard mid about live lines of braids on his mit Kingdom Great Urituin is watch Â¬ CURES NOTHING BUT PILES Wo lmd a gamo of ball Saturday be Â¬ C M McGLOTHLAN CO STOCK times contracted values depreciated sleeves look to see if ho has a slit under ing for an opportunity to got the lions tween tho Spotted Tiger and homo Union Star Ky Reports good as to stock ot all kinds his loft arm If he hasnt and as a rule SURE and CERTAIN CURE farm products vanishing profits in busishare of the countrys trade should it bo club The scoro was 7 to 111 in favor of known for 10 yoars as tho ness low wages and the whole crushing from all parts of the btae No disease he hasnt ho isnt anything but if ho opened to development Kusaia wishes Big Spring BEST REMEDY fcr PILES nud cruel result of the demonetization of of any kind has been reported has ho is a Colonel in spite of his youth a Pacific port that is not Ice locked So An ieo cream supper was given at tho SOTI II Y ALT mtUGUIHTS more than half of the debt paying money KUUIT probably on a Governors stall When there is room for doubt whether the resilience of Mr Meyer Monday night FrittrcdtfSICHABESCHUED CO ST LOUIS of tho country bo forthwith abolished tho wearer Is elderly and tho coatis mus parties to this struggle will be permitted and it was ono of thu most enjoyable ltomarks tin to fruit generally a fail SOLICITING FOR and swept away by such legislation as uresome few late apples in somo sect Â¬ ty you neednt look for tho slit it is to fight it out without interference from aHuira of tho season A lage crowd was will secure at once tho freo and unlim- Â¬ ions there About seventy five per cent of a the outside or whether tho victor will presentnnd many were tho compliments Protective ited coinage of gold and silver on a crop of grapes Now if the officer bo mounted lie may enjoy the spoils Whatever may ho the received by Mr and Mrs Meyer AND parity wear oguillettes they cost from 3 75 to outcome there is probability that tho MIlHNS Every silver dollar that now bears tho 725 If the drops are replaced by Corean peninsula will bo opened to de Â¬ Collection Agency Tlio Chinese pay their doctor only so In many places gardens are seriously screw pencils ho may pay stamp of tho government is at a parity extra Tho velopment Courior Journal MARK CAVEATS long as lie keeps them in health They with gold not because it is redeemable injured Early potatois will make a fair alguillettcs origionally wero tended to THIS IS NO HUMBUG believe In preventing rather than curing crop ruvan i o in gold for it is not so redeemable by allord tho wearer a rest for his hand For a CAN I ORTA1N A PATENT disease This ii sound sense and ouu Nicholas MeDowixt September 1st the Last Day answer and an faoneit opinion write to law but because it possesses tho neces while writing despatched but they are ho bare of tlio strongest recommendations of Srompt k 0f wpatent tad nearly artr yeara Commissioner purely ornamental now and are BIG PAY TO THEHIGHT sary quality of debt paying money and Aug 8 18l exnerlenoa In tbo buslnesa Comrannlca This date may not be tho last duy of never u In Sitrsnparilln a medicine which tlona irrlctlr confidential A HumlbooU to or because tho people would as soon have fatiguo uniform though most all timo but it is positively the latest Ayers bow formation conoernliiK lilenta and Do not endanger your health by using worn with tain tbein avnt free Alto a of Headquarters BOWLING GREEN KY it ns gold Parity between tho coined quinine when malarial fevers can be despatches are written while the writer date that you can rent an Flectropoise not only cures diseases but jirovenU icai aim acieniiiia onoaa iflntcatalouuo Co median iree iatentj taken tbrousu Munn k Tecelre them is in fatiguo uniform In fact seldom for two months for five dollars dollars of tho two metals is maintained moro effectively special notice In tbo Krlentlflo Amcrlrnn and All treated with Ayers tbua are brought wldelr boforothe public with now at a ratio of 10 to 1 and it would be Ague Cure except on the stage does an officer don orders received on or before this time out onat to tue intentor This aDIenald paper Warranted luuod eklT eloiautljr Illustrated baa br far the The Candidate maintained if tho mints were opened his full dress to fight battles in will recelvo prompt attention bo all now unrest circulation or anr scienuoo work in tbo world 83 a rear Sample copies sent free to the freo and unlimited coinage of silTheres his mule hitched at tho gate llulldlrm Kdltlon monthlr liWa rear Wngle Dout delay until tho last A mounted officer has to provide his instruments Provocation copies v0 cents Krerr number contains beau- Â¬ Ilo who comes to save the stato ver to morrow tiful plates In colors and photovrapba of new Ililks to assault his saddle and horse equipage The saddlo day before making up your mind take What induced housok wltb plans enabling builders to show lha As those who have been trying to im Cordially fhakea hand with you One of our latest designs aud secure contracts Address will cost him from 22 to 10 tho bridle advantage of it right now barber MUNN CV MfW Voutt aiil DuotuwaT Hopes youve saved hlsbreakfast too I press anti free coinage views uKm the patrons thus aptly expresses himself The barber told him that tint last Ac about 15 the saddlo cloth from fu All ho needs to mako things jump party have fulled in their purpose they man whod shaved him must have been CO up and the spurs about 2 Tho Electropoiso has cured mo of neuOno good meal and ono good stump should now fall into lino with tho freo anidolt fffl A Then ho will need glovoa thread ralgia indigestion and a complication of Atlanta Constitution coinage democrats and work heartily for gloves bufTgauntleta white wash leath- Â¬ other ailments which had so completely What of It wrecked my nervous syBtem that my life the unity oud harmony of tho party and Ililks had shaved himself the time er gloves and white kids sometimes I had been sick for for the triumph of those principles of before and it lie goes campaigning hell need was a burden Notice Brooklyn Life government that insuro happiness and a lot of things in his dittybox that moat twonty years I realize that The ElecTho Breckenridge Countv Tuachera prosperity to tho people of tho country Jlr J 0 Doswell oue of the bebt men dout need Hell need extra coat tropoiso is a propolling force in natures Instil ute will bo held In Hardlusburg Likewise those democrats who have known and most respected citizens of and waistcoat buttons besides extra sus Â¬ store house for suffer ng humanity It Ky beginning August 20 1801 and con- Â¬ ji tinuing grown lukewarm toward the party organ Â¬ Ilrownuood Texas suffered with pender buttons he will need blacking is natures remedy whoso healing effect teachers five days The law requires all VvaV f I m asasP MaaB O aaal and tlioso who expect to teach Pure iBH IB awSjfrsBr IISW is so silent bo sure and yet so mysterious during his school year to undemocratic views for a long time and tried many and whiting and polishing paste he ization or fear that attend tho on tlte silver question would prevaiJ in different remedies without benefit may need an extra set of frogs for his that it is justly termed tho wonder of full terra nartv should renw the councils of the Trustees are required to notify all overcoat agraffes they are called po tho age ami worn in until Chamberlains Colic tliilr oUl tlma entiiusiasm to strengthen and Diarrluca Ilemedy was Cholera lltely and he probably will need an ex Â¬ Vo llliistrittoij fir iilur iiriwlli Fifty page book free giving full par- Â¬ teachers and thostt who expect tC teach used season soiuson and out of of the time and phute of meeting iu4 imino f iinv ruivr wrttp the organisation to the end that thirty that relieved him at ouco For sale by tra pair of stripes for his trousers cam Â¬ ticulars Address DuUoisiSs Webb 600 UlCIIAHl Adkhwox Supt years of republican legislation be swept A K llaher Cloverport Ky CincKiHatt Desiccaluig Co and paigning is hard on tripea An extra Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky romtha statuU liooks and tiie poonlo Klncheloe Moador A Co Ifadliwburg might corae in handily cap devic Atlanta Our1 Qm Slilrta haw arrived choice at ket restored t their own but iwi a rule a campaign hat will be Ky Shirts at your own price at ItaMwHsV n OwMMtutioii yu vvma a hhmiib a See thosw aiiiri for Wei at II T 4 Powder rtiiiiiioiits and tho Cost Thereof worn a very comfortablosoft felt hat If tho Officer ever changed his arm of the Fervico goes from tho infantry to Iheciualiy ornilillcry he will havo to buy a sabre for his sword is not regulations in those arms a new halt though lie nuiv get bin old belt recovered get the btrlpis facings and linings changed apsume u now device on Ids cap and get a plume for his helmet nnd if he 1iKfl timmmmmmmmiKtmmmmtmmm GREGORY CO WHARF MA3TERS iw semsmsm Afflw Mjr cv CLOVLKPOHT KENTUCKY HX XTf5- n Ato Wboleiale and IteUll Dealer In Yellow Pino Floorlntj and Colliny Limn Shingles Ullin Cement Brick Hair Rllmls Sash and lours M ABSOLUTELY PURE Â¬ Mrrrt k FREESILVER BANK Â¬ mirhdh HAEaDnsnsBinia Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ii - lll Â¬ I n IfeafeEg ill Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Breckenridge Normal College fc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tuesday Sept 4 1894 3300 Ul Â¬ advance Tuition 800 per term Board 1000 per month every thing furnished Â¬ Â¬ Address R P SHACKLETT yc Â¬ 1 Â¬ HARDINSBURG KY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W Cl J 0IJ CUftC L Douglas Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OINTMENT Â¬ I Agents Wanted Lovings Â¬ Â¬ 11 ourr JIM Â¬ -- Â¬ t Â¬ Â¬ xS Â¬ of W fiff Fertilizers V tssV 1 v ULIjh