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Digital page images are linked to the text file. itjlfW - r - f - v - ij - - - rT J yvrjjppfgr- - rrr VW V ttwt-1 - Fr rv ispr I IMP I iwi FMimi-miLU- -- w w W VOL XIX A liv fnrfpfi GOOD BRECKENRIDG OLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY TARIJFFBILL NEWS NO 5 AUGUST 22 1894 V It 4 law by our next Legislature for the taxa triolir aduiiiiihtrntinn of Gov Matthews Blackford Association tion of that class of money whoso conduct ns public servant has Wo also most heartily Indorse tljo called Thin body met with Oak Omve church forth tho commendation of people netton of the Democratic Congrim in re- - of every State in tho Hancock county on Wednesday August Union anil placed llfnlilHr In niltntia nlwf Imi Int 8th At tho Miggestion of onu of the our State in the foremost rank fur good Hooslor Domocrats Moot ACt I Wonro ill fuvnr nf n i iinulilnfmtinl government and wo cordially commend Tho New Law Is Not What Wo brethren lu tho ministry and to the great lellef of the present sciihc his sou ninuiidtnent providing for tho eli rtlon of tho action and conduct of Promptly and Depart In ourseveril United States Senators hv tho direct State officers Wantod But It Has Many Jiruner was elected moderator In Â¬ Harmony vnto of tho people wo nro also in favor stead ol himself nnd K N Morrison Wo recognlzo with uralltiide the tin Good Features of such constitutional and other changes triotlc services of clerk as In n tufnre The weather was tho soldiers and sailors ns may bo mcissary in order that Con very warm nnd the roads very dusty of the lato war nnd recognlzo the fact v wnuo tno congregation wnsn perfect Nominate a Ticket Draft a Demo gress may assemblo ns soon after lis elec- Â¬ that after a lapse of thirty years by rea Many Ratos That Havo Been Bur- - oveillow tion as Is practicable nnd to the end tlmt son of tho hardships privations business was gone through nnd ex cratlc Platform and Donounco m inai hurried manner wliieh Is always tho will of tho people ns expressed tit tho posures of army life many nro densomo Aro Eitlior Taken Off bONT ACCEPT IMITATIONS passing polls may receive prompt mid full legis- Â¬ away and others aro becoming helpless necessitated by tho attempt to do the TH6 PROCTER k OAMDLE CO CINTI The A P A or Lowered work of three days In twoand of course lative expression We therefoie demand that Congress in important matters had to bo allowed to e believe and declare that tho pol- Â¬ tho matter of pensions shall not only maoMfeAnssenaasnaaeBsa icy nnd principles of what is called tho deal genorously hut pass without requisite consideration bountifully with the THEY ARE NOT AFRAID STAND BY THE BILL American Protective Association aro aged veterans The body passed u resolution asking the I We also reiterate tho i lsgan church Urecklnridgo county to illiberal unwise unpatriotic undemo- Â¬ declaration of our convention in 1SH2 BSJIHIMaHtBHiBBSaBJBJBjBJBSJHHI expect us for three days next year and cratic and un American In the spirit inai tno state should provide by liberal R of that religious freedom which charac- Â¬ appropriation for a homo for THE TICKET Whilo tho Senate Tarlffblll docs not govern themselves accordingly It Is Just for fun Mens socks 3c a pair our disabled I terizes our Constitution and laws and veterans that they may be supported meet the full requirements of tariff ro hoped the churches will bear this in Ladies Tan Shoes for 9Sc worth 2 00 form for reasons witli which our readers mind when they elect messengers G Judge Supremo Court First District tho spirit of that wiso constitution and without sonding them to the poorhouse next Lidies Fino Slippers for 1 00 wortli 2 00 generous statesmanship which seeks to aro familiar It cuts down by n considera- year and instruct them to stay threo Tho plank reforing to tho coterio of George V Kcinhnrd of Spencer county I One Lot Children Slippers for 10c worth H 75u Judge Supreme Court Fourth District afford citizenship wo call upon every United States Senators masquerading as ble peiccntagu as n rule the tariff taxes days N One Lot Baby Shoes for 19c worth of tho McKlnley act whero those taxes man to do battle against that orgmlza Democrats caused a pandemonium Another new di pnrttiro was taken Iu Joseph S Dally of Wells county itfc A and A are not wholly removed nnd enlarges asking the church with which we meet Ladies Vests for 5c worth Secretary of Stale Wlllliim 11 Myers tion cries ot name them and tho names 15C V The Democratic party of Indiana is me ireo list by tlio addition of several to charge cvuryperson twenty live cents Gorman lb ice and Smith were cried renominated Ladies Vests for lie worth i5c iur dinner except messengers Auditor of State Joseph T Fauning as it has always been the friend of tho out in doriblvc tones all over- - the hall veiy important products liven iu tho Ladies Vests Lisle thread for 19c wortl 50c laboring man of whom its membership Tno anti A P A plank also called for caso of refined sugar the Trusts pro Â¬ from tho chinches and from correspond of Marion county R tective duty is reduced according to tho ing bodies ministers in tho General It is in heavy sym Â¬ loud cheers Treasurer of State Morgan Chandler is largely composed pathy with overy lawful effort to se euro Then the ticket was nominated after accepted Republican authority from tho Union of Baptists and representatives of of Hancock county for those who earn their livelihood by which tho convention adjourned McKlnley tariffs 00 cents per hundred institutions nnd interests with which we Attorney General Francis M Griffith HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS their daily toil for protection within poumis to 4L 1 2 cents nnd nothing but co operate Also that if tho church H of Switzerland county Malarial and other atmospheric in- Â¬ tho existenco of a conspiracy on tho part thinks best to allow refreshment stands Clerk Supremo Court C W Wellman their rights as American citizens to bet- Â¬ ter tho condition of their lives to secure fluences aro best counteracted by keep Â¬ of a littlo group of Senators whoso pur on tho ground she bike charge of them of Sullivan county poso was to prevent the passago of any herself nnd that tho net proceeds there- Â¬ for them full and fair compensation for ing the blood puro nnd vigorous Superintendent of Public Instruction with their labor and afford them every possi- Â¬ Ayers Sarsaparilla A little caution in bill prevented tho Democratic Party of together with tho money received for Charles Thomas Ono Lot Lakies White Ap ons for 10c worth O 25c V ble opportunity for moral social and this nspect may prevent serious illness from cutting off overy particle of this dinner be paid into tho treasury of tho Wool Challie desirable patterns for 10c worth protection With inspect to two other district mission board to be used as the mateiial advancement 25c nt this season Ayers Sarsaparilla is tho INiisoi iiis Aug 15 After Gov A We condemn the efforts that havo best all One Lot Shepherds plaid Cotton Worsted for 7Jc MuttliewH the permanent Chairman mediciiio in 1iuuuuuj concerning wincll tlicro was church shall direct Tills association is R contention it should be noted that the determined to try at feast to solve the finished his address beforo the Demo been made whether by the professeil existence worth Qi McKinloy duty on iron oie and bitumi- problem of how to get rid of tho noisy I R cratic State Convention the platform was friends or tho avowed enemies of wage Ono Lot Dark Mulls for 10c worth nous coal is reduced nearly one half or and unruly crowd that has becomo al- Â¬ How tho Beard Should Be Cut workers to identify their cuuse with tho 20c read and adopted I most unbearable at our annual gather Men with long thin faces should havo from 75 to 10 cents per ton It Indorses the record of tho Demo- infamous conspiracy of lawlessness and Remnants Calico 3Jo yard C ings nnarchy which threaten the very foun round beards if any But if a it is cratic party in Indiana particularly mails faco closely not our purposo now to compare nor Whether this plan will solvo it or the Senate bill with the McKin- Â¬ remains to bo tried It will be look- Â¬ is abnormally round and at ho should praising it for the passage of the feo and dations of order and civilizations Y We are opposed to every manifesta wear an imperial ns tho narrow long loy tariff but only to point out tho im- Â¬ ed to with considerable interest We salary law tho law forbidding tho important additions to tho frco list with hope the church will do tho body tho portation of Pinkerton detectives and tion of violenco and mob spirit and stand variety of tho Von Dyck beard is called GEO YEAKEL CO Ky vnu iaw against me importation oi alien squarely for the maintenance of law un Oddly enough it is tho American who some referenco to certnin reductions in favor to carry these resolutions out strictly to tho letter and let us seo what or foreign laborers and the school book der all circumstances and upon all occa chiefly favors this form though their tho diitiiblo schedules I sions i irsiiii importance Is free wool The the result will be facet being long and nanow need it less law The platform thou continues Tliusiit Senate as well a tho House put wool on Pellvill August 10 We favor the enactment and enfoice than any other and would often he im We affirm our opposition to tho vi- Â¬ j - In Western hYiorder cious system of class legislation miscalled mentof sucli liws legulating immigra proved ny a round full beard trimmed llio freo list A tariff act mukiiiL wool ofall kinds freo of duty would bo a from other countries as shall ex- Â¬ rather short protection and pledge ourselves to con tion J Four Big Successes There is one good argument against memorable and very beneficial act even tinuo the battlo against it until every clude tho pauper and vicious classes who Having tho needed merit to moro than sprehs of extortion and robbery fostered are unfitted to become American citizens the beard which ought to have some if it provided for no other changes in by the McKlnley act shall bo obliterated and whose presence in this country will weight It nearly always robs tho head existing tariff schedules beyond a corres- Â¬ make good all tho advertising claimed JljWEARE from our revenue system and people en- Â¬ furnish a standing menace to the pros- of hair It is very seldom that a man ponding reduction of the duties on for them the following four remedies can maintain a luxuriant growth of both woolen goods Tho value of tho wool havo reached a phenomenal sale Dr j j SOLE AGENTS joy all the blessings of commercial liber- Â¬ perity of our land Wo denounce tho cowardly attempt after tho age of 10 Perhaps this ty The protective system has built up may imported in 1893 was 18500000 and Kings New Discovery for consumption IN THIS COUNTY V Coughs nnd Coldsencji bottle guaranteed the great monopolies and trusts which of tho Republican party to escape the be one reason that whenever lnm- - tho duties paid were JSjOOOOO With freo wool wo havo freo lumber Electric Bitters tho great remedy for j responsibility for the existing depression beards havo been worn the hair has been coutrol absolutely so many industries FOR THE SALE and have dono so much to debauch the of the business affairs of our country cut short and whenever the bead locks Tho Senate bill removes the duties on Liver Stomach aud Kidneys Bucklens politics of tho country mid corrupt the This condition is the natural Illogical have been permitted to be long tho beard logs hewn and sawed timber squared Arnica balve the best in tho world and legislative department of tho Govern- Â¬ and irrevocable result of the infamous has almost eutirely disappeared It is a timber sawed boards nnd plank clap Dr Kings Now Life Pills which aro a All these remedies aro ment Wo denounce tariff protection of system of texnUon known as McKin mistake for short men to wear tho beard boards hubs laths shingles and staves perfect pill in short substantially everything in guaranteed to do just what is claimed for combined with the vicious too long Tho head should bo a little every kind as a fraud and a robbery of loyism the great majoiity of the American peo- Â¬ financial legislation and profligate ex- Â¬ less man one seventh tho length ot the the McKinloy wood schedule except fur- - them and tho dealer w hoso name Is at wholo body and tho capillary addition iiiiure uio uiuy upon which is reduced inched herewith will bo glad to tell you ple for tho benefit of the few We main- Â¬ travagance of tho Republican party We favor tho establishment of a trib- Â¬ to Its size throws it quito out of propor- Â¬ to 25 per cent Tho value of tho imports moro of them Sold nt A R Fishers tain that no tariff taxes should bo levied except for purposes of rovonuo only and unal of arbitration in which there may tion On a very tall man inclined to of these articles now placed on tho free Drug store tfjnt such taxes should bo limited to tho bo secured a peaceful settlement of all leanness and angularity a lone beard is list was 510000000 in 18 and 11 11 ROBERTS BOTTOM necessities of the Government honestly disputes between employers and cm- - almost equally n mistake unless ho 000 was paid in duties ploy s enit goes on tho freo list should happen to be so bountifully sup In 1801 and economically administered Mr Paul Coleman bus typhoid fever Tho Democratic party is as it has ever plied by nature that ho can havo It of there were imported IlliOOOOOO pounds Quality We denounce tho McKinloy law Purity j Mrs Pettit is very sick with typhoid boen opposed to all sumptuary laws as width proportionate to its length and so nnd tho duties were 300000 Binding enacted by the Fifty first Congress as tho unexcelled ttcommend- X fyZ contrary to tho principles of freo govern Â¬ thick as to convey an idea of almost su Â¬ twine is freo of duty nlho bagging for fever fulminating atrocity of class legislation Ul1 by leading l physi- if- Wo approve tho efforts of President ment and favors the largest individual perabundant fullness He will proba- Â¬ cotton burlaps and grain bags mado of Brother Hartford filled his regular ap Â¬ Cleveland aud his Administration and of liberty of tho citizen consistent with bly pay for this however by being very burlaps With these are Chinese mat Â¬ pointment nt Roberts schoolbouse Aug l ting for floors and tho iron bands cotton 12 tho Democratic House of Representa- Â¬ good government bald on the top of his head T tics used in baling cotton The value Wo indorso tho repeal of the purtives and n large majority of tho Demo- Â¬ Mrs W II Courtnoy and family of of the burlaps imported in 1893 was near- Â¬ Owensboro Bucklens Arnica Salve cratic Senators and particularly of our chase- clauso of that cowordly Republi Â¬ aro visiting Mrs W II WlioULilc and Hetall Dlm irlsH distinguished Senators from Indiana can make shift known as tho Sherman The Best Saivk in tho world for Cuts ly 7000000 and the duties amounted Dix BRANDENBURG KY to 2000000 Upon imported grain bags Hon D W Voorhees and Hon David silver act of 1880 Bruises Sores Ulcers SaltRheumFever Miss Fannie Lea Lacy Is visiting liar valued at 1200000 the tariff tax was grand parents Mr nnd Mrs H S Eng- Â¬ Wo reaffirm our belioMhat both gold Sores TetterChapped HandsChllblains Turpio and our entiro Democratic dele- Â¬ 530000 gation In Congress to redeem tho pledges and silver should be used as tho standard Corns and all Skin Eruptions and pos lish Plows tooth and disk harrowsharvest made to the country by tho last Demo- Â¬ of money of tho country and that both itively cures Piles or no pay required Miss Mattie Milncr is spending tho cratic convention and to cxecuto the should bo coined without discrimination It is guaranteed to give perfect satis- ore reopors agricultural drills mowers week in tho Bottom with her relatives J O BOURNE j M UARlKR DANIEL BROOKS will of tho American people as express- between either metal and without charge faction or money refunded Price 23 hoisorakes cultivators thrashing ma Â¬ aud friends ed sc emphatically at tho ballot box in for mintage ents per box For sale by A R Fisher chines nnd cottin gins aro mado freo of Mrs Perkins aud son Lewis of Louis- Â¬ Wo beliovo it absolutely necessary to duty Uio manufacture of somo of these ville hnvo been visiting Mr L T November 1892 BOURNE Wo condemn tho Republican party the welfare and prosperity of the great Germanism Triumphs but the Battle implements is controlled by Trust comBROOKS CO Roberta They left on Sunday last binations Tho Sonato bill removes any Goes on for tsj persistent effort to prevent tho ex producing masses that silver should be Misses IJettio Lea Dix Mattie Milner ecutibnrof this unmistakably popular restored to tho place it occupied in the Under compulsion of tho darkest aud duty that could assist them in exacting and Ftta Knglish returned homo July voruictj and wo especially condemn tho currency systems of the world a quarter foulest conspiracy in tho annals of nny nigii ring prices ut homo whilo selling 31 from a pleasant visit to Mrs F B small coterie of Senators who masquer Â¬ of a century ago and wo hail with de- Â¬ nation tho House of Representatives lias implements at lower prices ubroad Tho Lacy near Hopkinsvillo Ky ading as Democrats by threats to defeat light tho many signs of a revolution in passed tho Senate Tariil bill The Cati absurd duty imposed on tin tho metal CATTLE nOGS AND SHEEP all tariff legislation have temporarily public opinion in the great commercial lino of tho Senate unabashed by his bo by the McKlnley uct is repealed nnd prevented the Democratic party from nations of n restoration of tho bimetallic trayal of a fair famed State and party thus the cost of a raw material largely BOURBON STOCK YARDS carrying out all of its pledgjs to tho peo Â¬ system unmoved by suffering and distresses ho consumed in many important industries LOUISVILI F KY Wo pledgo our hcaity effort to secure has brought upon his country promptly is considerably reduced Tho enlarged ple for tariff reform as announced iii tho tho adoption of every measure for tho received from Republican Senatois all free list exeiblts n notable reduction of Democratic platform of 1892 TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT- Wo congratulate tho Democratic complete restoration of silver in our duo congratulations aud plaudits for his tho burden of tariff taxes BOWLING GREEN In many of tho dutiuble schedules a party upon the fact that notwithstandi- Â¬ monetary system and give to tho two victory over the American peoplo SOUTHERN jIn your mouth Indicates ng tho open opposition ot tho Ropubli metals an equal power at all times In the Hut tho victory like Leos brilliant considerable part of tho McKlnley tax r j jm jw im mw iw jw- t Normal Bllo and shows that Business Colli market and in paj ment of debts and wo success in tho second days tight at Get Â¬ hns been shorn off Tho removal of tho can party and the conduct of a few pro -Echo your bloods wrong demand that all paper currency shall bo tysburgwhich fatally emboldened him uuiy on nooi is accompanied ly a very tended Democrats a substantial measure ESTABLISHED IN 1BT8 largo reduction of the duties on woolen of reform has boen effected j that many kept at par and redeemable in such to continue his battlo on tho third day DOWLING GREEN BUSINESS COLLEGE ISOIITHFRN nodmai criinm goods The valuo of tho womens and will suroly and swiftly Wing on the irre important raw materials havo beon coin rnellsli Ti achei SARSAPARILLA li3LeAPuITr 1nlnBfllo the South 1 Courses Music Art and Kloc iitimi Sclenthc anl na leegrapny I ype childrens dress gooda coat linings and Wo declare that the present national trievable overthrow of placed on the free list that a material WrfHIiJ rb 31 nrovlded protection will set your blood right and similar fabrics imported iu 1893 was administration has acted wisely and Temporarily tho sun of democracy is rcductlonlias been mado in the duties KTMention Course deilred Address cure your Dyspepsia CHEttllT BEOS IWr Bowim nr r on iron ore and coal and the tariff tax honorably in permitting tho peoplo of eclipsed Its administration is put in tho nearly 18000000 and tho duties were Hawaii uimwed by our naval and mili- Â¬ pillory of universal contempt and what more than 18250000 Tho average ad Nervousness in nearly all cases of manufactured goods Aches and including woolens nnd of the necessities tary forcesfo manago their own domestic is far woreo tho honor and all the mater Â¬ valorem rate undor tho McKinloy tariff Pains Tone you up all over Try MMrt te Ths M 1 111 H Mm of daily life havo been very largely re- Â¬ concern and place their country in tho ial interests of tho whole nation are sac- Â¬ was 102 1 2 per cent Tho Sonato bill I 704 cenrall locaudl pooa DAY one bottle and bo sure to ask Hotel in thocitu I I MKertfer family of republics duced rificed and slaughtf red ut the dictutlon reduces this to 10 nnd CO per cent Tho 7 for Neats Wo heartily indorse tho able fearless of its long ncogniz 5d masters tho pro duty on Imports of woolen ami worsted Wo approvo tho action of tho House of Representatives In following tho en and patriotic administration of G rover tected manufacturing barons and mon Â¬ cloth valued at nearly 13000000 was actment of tins law with tho passage of Cleveland mid especially his coiiso in eyed kings Tho questiou however 100 per ceiitj tho Senates bills rates nro 10 and 50 per cent Neats Sarsaparilla Is for sale by Tho duty on wool- separato acts placing sugar coal iron ore maintaining law and order t will now assort itself with volcanic force Wo heartily indorse the wise and pa- - Aro the peoplo willing to remain slaves en knit fabrics imports 150000 is cut A R FISHERDrunnlst barbed wire on the free list and we and of the tariir robbers demand that the Senate shall concur in The great war for down from IM per cont to 35 nnd 10 per Clovorport Ky AEAVTIFUL SLEEP freedom has just begun in earnest and cent righteous measures at tho earlitbt these 1 an expression In tho McKinloy tariff tho duty on RESULTS possible moment used fur iouiu1 must go on plain china is 65 per cent the Sonato That the Augean stables of McKinloy tltep Nothing In Wo especially indorse the income tax so eratlfvliii to ism were not bill reduces this per cent and tho at a wiso and equitable measure design- Â¬ Ky nrvtM heart TthoLiisJ as perfect siugle year byemptied and cleansed iu a McKlnley tax of to 30per cont on orna V1 injurioui tubdance V a 00 ed to place a fair share of the burons tho party elected for this and L113S ABD0IMMH tmt fsloon u companion of rrmn JfcLl F mented china cornea down to 35 per sfffl very and sole purposo cannot bo a mat Â¬ nw uuAnAnicu 1CURE or refund tour money of tho Government upon tho property of n cood digestion and a rics vauo hcaltby liver the country for the benefit of which tho A tirtd ter of just complaint In its first spasm cent Tlicro is in tho dutiable schedules IlKMONT dlzeetlon fails to assimilate or of indignation at being betrayed tho aa woll as in tho freo list much that expenses of tho Government are so M08T IN QUANTITY talcs euro of the food wo eat Bomo- BEST IN QUALITY largely Incurred tbjnir bracing- or Invigorating Is needed for country may bo difjjosed to sweep out earnest and consistent advocates of tariff InWstfnod reform can regard with satisfaction of power tho party which has proved im Â¬ the liver ttoinacti and We indorse tho law passed by a Dem This U whero you will llnd Dr Pierces ocratio Congress authorizing the taxation Pleasant PulloU ilo Uio most good Tbvy aro potent to fulfil its pledges of a tariff for N Y Times But on sober second of greenbacks as other money is taxed as tiny nigsr coatal pllln scarcely larger than revenue only seed made of concentrated botan Â¬ thought tho people will seo that If tho Many bodily ills result from habitual a great measure of reform and we tako mustard T1mo Pellets aro easily dominant iwrty baa failed thus far to ao ical extracts pride in the act that the deinaud for dissolved in the stomach and absorbed into cumpliidi iU herculean task there is no constipation and a lino constitution may WHITES CRE1M the blood stimulating a flow of bile such reform was first formulated by the liver and arousing to activity all thefrom theÂ¬ hope of relief from the republican party bo wcakoned and ruined by simple glanduwhich lias ever demonstrated its abject neglect There is no medicine for Thus the act lu nature Detnoeracy of Indiana and that it is due lar secretion rej servility to plutocratic And ulatlng the bowels and resttiringa to the persistent and intelligent efforts Oten way guaranttHi to give satisfaction or hence the storm of popular trusts will natural Theyre wrath ba FOR 20 YEARS action to the digestive organs eiuial to of a DemocrtUio representative from In -- jfctmsy refunded in all lHKoua Attacks In concentrated uot upon the party but n Has led all WORM Remedies the individual democrat who have Ayers Pills diaua that this reform has been earried Wek iieftdacbe CettsUpaHoa Dteataess aad EVERY I0TTLE JUARANTEEI proven fake to tht flag un opt sou v Whtm - hi have Qsianrlitse Mm sur rea- - dar which they prolemd to right 5 Y Dr PrUoa CrMUH Bakhig Powder MW favor tiie jwowpt eiMctiwent of a AMl toe a wwureute j KHJRMO usSiim L ST LAVM IiafaW ay if jwprs vow WorUi Pttr HtebMt M4t m4 Btyoa MEN Â¬ le 99 too PURE o BEATS THEM ALL w E Â¬ T O E Â¬ S O T F E L W Â¬ P Â¬ E T E Â¬ S Â¬ Brandenburg Â¬ Â¬ jttttttttttt if 55 Â¬ 6S g Jjjj iut A jl A7 and f Â¬ I X jrS I WW ill lttttS55555j55SSS I HARPER Ai Jj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Commission Salesmen of Live Stock THAT TASTE V i NEATS p fli - ptR Slifb CfiinLiiriNO 7FAT PEOPLExTX Â¬ llibcSitT y cjty J IJSLT IquisyTlle WORMS aii VERMUFUCEi - Try Babbages 50c Shirt rim- up--o- tbeilva 4 sppr 2vIH W Wiimi iitjfls ai - iri wanpin T mini i niMillHi llllillli j lllflWWHPPitPgWWW pwrpTFf Twsp r IjilpjPiy 1 niy v v THR BRRGKENRIDGR NEWS OLOYIRPORT KY Breckenridge Jno D News L HARDlNSBURG H T 0 Balbage Edlton asd Pi opilitn TIME TABLE O0IKQ WIST WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22 1891 8aoacrlptlon Price 100 a Year In Advance If raid at the End of the Year SMS Passenger Dally arr llardlnslmrir 12il2 pm noinn cast PtMsngtr Unity atr HapllnaWa T IO a in SIX PAGES DEMOCRATIC TICKET Mr Arthur Board Is in the city Mien Maggie Smith routluiiffl ipiilu ill Mr Elijah Riitnl went to Bostla Sat urday Selling goods now at drouth priced J A Wilt A heavy rain fell at Irvtuglmi Satur day night Wo aro offering great bargains foreish J A Witt Nearly all the candidates were hero last Monday If anybody wants saw milling done call on Julian Brown Thoy aro having a big protracted meet Â¬ ing out at Lost Run We divide the price but never tho Co quality T C Lewis Miss Lizzie Smith will not return to Elizabcthtown to teach this fall Morris Beard Jr is building n new resi dence in the south end of town Mr Graham Eskridgo was at homo a few days this week from Louisville Mr Chapizo Wathen of Owonsboro was here Saturday on legal business Postmaster J B Cox and Dr Milton Board spent Inst week nttheTar Springs In order to make room for a fall stock the poods must go at first cost J A Witt Tho light ngainst Local option comes oil in the Bock Yale precinct next Saturday Miss Allie Witt gave a party to a number of her young friends last Tuesday night Mr Herndon McGee of Irvington was here last week visiting Mr Herbert Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For ConKri ALEX i MONTGOMKUV Ior County Judge JOHN AIXKN MUUUAY For County Atlnrnr MILTON llOAKl 11 For County Clerk 0 RI0IIA11DSON For Sheriff F K HIIODES Ior AssesMir IIEKKY GAUNEU For Surveyor A A J S LnllKIST Iorjaller DcJEItNETTE For Coroner WM EM BUY REPUBLICAN TICKET Tor JOHN W LEWIS For County Judge WM AHU For County Attorney Cnjrrf It N MILLKIt For County Clerk Commissioner Bnbbago Bold tho IVek farm near Irvington nt the Courthouso door Monday It wai bid in by Mr Rennett at 1750 Tho Jnmts Allen house and lot nt Custer went at 1 12750 mid was bid In by Mr Cli in Nemo Oun nt the lineal f eiiniim ol hand writing to bo found tiuywhiiu is that of old loo Allen lit the records of ttut Coun ty Court Clerks ollliv It would In to tliiiicdlt of any young man of lo diy if he could wiite in Mich n style nnd ki tqi Mr bin books in siiclt perfect ucatnew Allens first olliilal Ixind appears on tho first pagu of hook number one nnd was given to Ids exrellency James Garrard KfqulroGnvernor of tho Commonwealth Mr Allen continued in In April 1800 office about fiftysoven years It was reported hero last week that tho Dollavcn heirs living in this county If it were looking font big fortune comes at all R will comofroin tho United States Mr Henry E DuIIaven of Grayson county but who formerly lived hero up to a few years ago and bis brother Johnson Dollavcn and Huston Dellaven aro some of tho prominent parties who aro looking into tho matter They weru heiu last week making afildavit and arranging some pap ts to bo forwarded to Washington city where tho matter is being invtstigatcd in a legal way Tho grandfather of theso men It is said made a loan to the govern Â¬ ment over fifty ytars ago of SlSOOOOOO This amount with Its accumulated interest is what tho heirs hero are trying to recover Â¬ BRANDENBURG Miss Allierie Murray is a visitor ol tho Misses Lwis Is visiting Miss Miller of ClovcrKi Mlw Ella Duwdeii llled Mr Frnw ol Clot ipoil friends here la t wei k U Mis Nellie llukill of Louisville vldllitg Mri Lillic Ithodc Mr Med ItUi of Rcws Ohio lo me his wife ut her fatherV J K Ditto Mm KIIcii It liinson of Big Spring Nitcd Mm II C Kawliugs last week Miss Jennie ItohcrlH spent litstweek her aunts Mrs Heindoii and Mrs Mart- Â¬ in Mrs C G Moremeii will give tho young peoplu another dancu to night if1 vtah vlhrVl c te rL r 4fc VrJAr I We Will- - Monday Now Bro I B Timberlako camo down from Albany and preached for us Sun Â¬ day night Mrs Zippand lamlly havo returned to Louisville nfler n stay of several weeks nt Mrs Abu Dittos Miss Eddie Robinson and Mr Tom Riblnson nttended tho funerul of Mrs Mason MuMoiiiglos bubo Harvey Green of lurisville is visit- Â¬ ing Dealt Grinnell Miss Fannie Green will bo hero this week for n visit Bro Cherry is conducting n series of llo will begin services at Garnettsvllle protiaoted services heru Sept 1st Mrs Geoige Dowdeii has returned from Cloverport where she attended the funeral of her father Mr Llghtfoot I seo Ollio Tousey liai been hero I missed that Thu Nkws adds this is a good place Show me a better one Â¬ COL I B NALL Col I B Nail has at hist decided to announce himself a candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture Labor nnd Sta tistics Friends havo been soliciting Col Nail to make tho racw for so vet id months but he has just now got the con- Â¬ sent of his own mind to oonsedo to their wishes His friends have great confidence in thu success of his race and nre of the opinion that ho will add great strength to thu Democratic party be Â¬ cause of his being such a favorite among Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VESTS Continue Giving V i Away thu farmers Silver J O CUNNINGHAM For Slicriir SI PATE Kor Assessor Â¬ W E DOCKEItY For Surveyor CHINTZ 110YALTY Forjaller GUS SHELLMAN Kor Coroner Beard JOE TAUL Kayo Carter picked up their stock of goods last week and went to Vine Grove Prof R P Sliacklett is at Calhoon Ky this week conducting thu Teachers Institute The line Kiildle and harncus uiaro be longing to IVicy Beard died last Thurs Â¬ day uiiilit Mr Robert Johnson has gone to Deanellcld to take charge of the railroad and telegraph olllco there Â¬ PEOPLES PARTY TICKET For County Judge S E WAGGON Kit A For County Clerk M IIAKUIN Ior C A AMr PEN 10 For Surveyor II C JOLLY Ior Jailer JOHN NKVITT Ior Coroner WM CoxnitEKn will CREWS adjourn this week lias reported favorably on the four supple- Â¬ mental tariff bills sent from the bouse The Senato Finance Committee Mr John Will Dent of How iVy vllle Ho reports fair was in town Monday crops in la 3 neighborhood Under tho existing law any town may become incorporated that Las one hun dred and twenty live inhabitants Wo welcome tho teachers who nre at Â¬ Â¬ A woman in Frankfort took poison be Â¬ cause her husband went to hear Breckenridge speak She didnt take enough however to kill her Â¬ John Nevitt candidate for sheriff on the Populist ticket for jailer iB not the bighearted and genial proprietor of Basin Spring farm as some would be led to believe Mr Nevitt the candidate is from Hudsonville The politicians were simply not in it Dr down at Owcnsboro last Thursday Clardy marched his farmer forces in bright and early captured the nomina tion on the first ballot and left for home before the politicians got up Â¬ Eniiani expends 72 per capita for military purposes and 12 cents for edu cational The Uiilttd States expends 0 I for educa cents for military and tional It Is no wonder that they are always ready for war ncrosa the waters Â¬ 1 Â¬ bo noticed by an ad in another column of this issue of the NKWsthat the last opportunity that the ladies of Clov erport will havo to attend tho Tar Springs this season and enjoy themselves via tho Breckenridgj route will bo next Sunday A largo crowd is expected It will Theiir was very littlo political gossip Moating around on tho air at Hardius burg last Monday Tho candidates were all there making a still hunt as il were plucking fellows out to ono sldo with The hows things in your section Uittle will ojien up about the first of September in good hard earnest Tn k Owcnsboro Messenger has lately moved into now quarters and is now one ofthobe8t equipped newspaper plants Its a in the state outside of Louisville pleasure to step into an olllco like tho Messenger Everything is neat clean and orderly and theres a business air prevailing that you seldom seo in most Wo congratulate newspaper oillces you Mr Woodson it Co Tin Republicans are still keeping up their campaign of misrepresentation It ii now reported that ex Sheriff Stuart DeJernette is behind with his settle Â¬ ment from 10000 to 15000 The truth la ho does not owo the Statu a sin glo cent all settlements have been made and tho books aro balanced Ho is indebted to tho county a littlo over 31000 and because of the fact that his bond is worth from 7r000 to 100000 lie hag not boon pushed for this Every- Â¬ body knows that this shortage is no fault of Mr DeJurnett but that of a de- Â¬ Tho County Court faulting doputv knows that tltu debt is good and its The books piembcrs aro not uneasy are open for inspection in tho County Clerks ofllce and tho humblest citizen can look at them and satisfy hiinaelf Tha Republicans cannot win by tlicca false Ucticu tending tho Institute Mnkoiour stoic your headquarters T C Lewis Co Rev Father Neihnus of Cloverport will hold services at thu Catholic church to morrow Thursday at 0 oclock a m We Does your watch need lepdring do that kind of work and do it well Every job warranted T C Lewis Co Rev Quinn has been called to the pastorate of tho Baptist church here He will make this his homo in tltu future 1 usso Morgan brought over one hun dred watermelons last week fiom Stcph ensport They sold very readily at good prices If you need an article and want to pay cash for it why not buy wlieru it wil Conio and bo convinced profit you J A Wit Tho County Court granted tavern licenhe with tlio piivilegu of retailing villi liquor to lliililin WUhoii Monday Miss Mary Allen wishes to sell tho piano which has been in use at the Kindergarden It is D II Baldwin Cos make Mr Marcus Mattngly and John Iloben contemplate going into thu merchantilu business in tho store room vacated by Kayo A Carter Mr Ed S Footo was hero Monday He came up to confer from Owcnsboro degrees on some members at a meeting of tho Masonic Lodge Mr Georgo W Jolly and J A Dean weru hero one day last week There was some talk of a compromise of thu suit of Heeler vs Beard but it failed Chairman Monarch has received tho money to defray the expenses of the lato Congressional primary The ofilceru only get one half of the statutory fee Tho Teachers Instituto convened Mon day at tho M E church Ninetyfivo teachers answered to tho roll Prof J II Ixgan of Cloverport iathu conductor Wo shall bo pleased to show our watches and junto prices to tho teachers Well make it to your interest if you con Â¬ template buying a watch T O IajwIs Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Deafness Cannot Be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach tho diseased portions of tho ear There is only one way to euro deafuei s Mioses Eva and Maude Herndon en and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con- Â¬ tertained very pleasantly lost Tuesday dition of the mucous lining of tho Eus Â¬ for their guests and visiting Strang s IJro Judson Willett ami wifo nttended When this tube is tachian Tube inflamed you have a rumbling sound or church last week and were the guests of imperfect hearlngand when it isentirely Miss Jen Hardin and Mrs Dr Wells closed Deafness is tho result and unless Dr Wells relishes a littlo fun and lie the inllammatlon can bo taken out and knows how to turn thu table nnd help thistubu restored to its normal condition out an absent friend if lies in jeopardy hearing will Le tl stroyed forever nine Dr W B Pusey aid his friend Mr cases out of ten are caused by catarrh Neltleroth of Louisville are spending a con- Â¬ which is nothing but an inflamed few days witli Dr D C Puseys family dition of the mucous surfaces Mr and Mrs Tomey and daughter Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars for N C any case of Deafness caused by cutnrili Kloreiice have gone to Stleiu be cured by HiiIIh Catarrh whcHMiss Iloitiice will enter school that cannot for tho year Cure Send for circulars free Tuesday Jos llcrnilon drovo in Co Toledo O F J Ciiiniv with his handsome bays to attend the C5y Sold by all druggists 75e progressive love party and talk on pro gressivo topics only He won tho pi tee OFFICIAL VOTE Miss Blanche Sanders of Louisville is a visitor of Mrs John I rakes at thu St Jfontgomerys Majority Over Mr Cloud Miss Blanche hasu finely culti Murray Is 2137 in tho vated voice combined with much natur- Â¬ al sweetness District- I am indebted to Mrs Jloarley for Domocrijto District Committee interesting papers This handsome lady Tho met nt Elizibutht iwn lnt Wednesday visited here several years ngo as Misp and canvassed thu Mitrusuf the primary Pnrmelu and mndo many warm friend who still remember her election totals showed tint Mr Montgom Thu Tho meeting closed at tho Baptist ery had a majority of iV7 votis and he church last Friday with eighteen addi- Â¬ Tronjendous congregations at Â¬ was duly declared the nominee tions Following are the olliriul figures by tended and Bro Hart preached strong counties forciblu sermons assisted by Brother MONUIOlIlMtV MUllltW Hngan in earnest exhortations COINTIKS Ilia Taylor Wi Mr and Mrs Bates nee Julia Curruy 13 128 Green of Monroe Ohio cauio over from Mauck KM --NI7 Washington port last Friday to see Mrs MoMonigle IIJ- 531 Marion They aro and Vrs J W Hluhardaon 1003 Nelson 70 In Cloverport now visiting Mr Bates l00 LI7 Bullitt Mrs Butts is ury kindly relative 170 IJM Meado known hero Ohio i7i 77 In tho Head Light1 isuied by tho lat Gtajson Halt LaKuu 5U OIL it 181 7KH Jilt LML Beckenridgo Ilaidin Total Good I till 100 iJS sio Democrats ww Tho Hartford Herald pays tho BrcpK enridge county Democracy a deserved compliment in tho following well chosen words The kind of Democrats to make up an honorable party and the kind of men to sustain tho glory and purity of our freu government aru the kind described by tho Nij h While j peuklng Biikckkniiidoi of tho recent primary tho Nkws which was Mr Murrays homu paper and his ablest champion says If a single Democrat n tho county ticket is elected next November that certain will Montgomery carry thlscoun Breckenridgo county Democrats ty never do tho baby act nor do they scratch a ticktt Thoy aro Democrats because thuy believe in tho divine prin Â¬ ciples of Democracy Mrs Hendrick wife of Will Hundrick night at twelve oclock She was buried Friday evoning at thu family burying ground Estill Sutton ot Louisville will open a drug store on Main street opposite County jallabout Sept 1ft Ed Guthrie formerly prescription clerk with Witt A Meador will run It for him Tho securities of ex postmaster Thom as McClure have been notified that they will havo to pay r72 mora on his official bond This amount is for his shottage in stamps and stumped envelopes Rov Breeding and wlfu left this week to attend a camp meeting u Princeton When ho returns ho will begin n meet- Â¬ ing at Oakland and then wind tip and 0 to Ephcsua in time to hold a meeting beforo leaving for tho annual Conference Frank K Glascock of McDunlels was Commissioner Vabbago was hero from hero ono day last wcok looking alter thu I Iardiusburg yoiterday and sold tho J Insurance money on his property which M London house and lot on the hill op was burned about tho first of Juno lat The plaintiff lie got 00 as a compromise Thu com poelte J R DHaveiw V I Kurtau wiw tho purchaser at W27 pany claimed that tho iwliey was void or so no reason XI Â¬ Jr died at her hamu lost Thursduy The Last Big Show of the Season Solis Brothers Worlds Gnaost Shows will give an exhibition in Ixniist viile September 8th and tho Ixmisyille St Louis it Texas R It will run a spec ial traiu on September 8th from Fords vllle stopping at all ttatlons on tho Fordsvillu branch as well us all stations between Irvington and Howard Tickets will be sold at very low rates which will include a ticket to thu circus ullurdlng an opportunity for everyone to come to Iouisvillu This Ib ono of the bct cir Â¬ cuses on tho road and this will bo tho last opportunity of seeing n largo show tills year For further information call on agents or addresj If O Mqunvic AO I A Louisville JCy Cong branch Mr J II Sulllvnu of I oulsviHu epant Sunday with hi wife MIm Etta English of Stephenypo t is visiting Miss Ellu Hendrick Mr G W Brown ot Irvington spent Sunday with Miss Muttiu McGoheo Mrs David Farleigh of Louisville is visiting at her old home Mr F Ditto 8rs Mr and Mrs Will Foushee of Sirocco spent Saturday nnd Sunday with Mrs S U Dooloy Spenceriau College of Louisville I see it most complimentary notice of ono of our homo boys Chos M Nevitt It states that ho is a ha d worker and in making excellent progress in the Graham syit tem of short hand iLstiikes niu as funny that Mr Arnold should bo out to make a fight against popular Dick Novitt to use tho Preston correspondents expression Mr Levitts supporters will make u stronger battle thiin ever now that thu family affairs havo been adjusted find party principles are involved I am undir obligations to my iutellii gout young friend May Deo Pusoy for Ships that tiomo good lato literature pass in thu night has many beautiful thoughts and ideas in it but tho princi- Â¬ pal characters ignore a personal God which dt tracts from the entire Houtiment but Bernardino is a lovely sample of humanitarian Our base ball team went to Amst rdam last Wednesday and played tho Valley City boys njiin with seventeen to eight Â¬ een in favor of tho Valley City boys Threohomo runs wore made by Cnpt Deu Pusuy Bill Bowling Jr and Williu Sqrujers who like to have torn down a fence in thu strptph Tho nlr was wild Tiio Messenger with Ijrandiiiiburgyills boys playod tho Eagles lero last Satur Â¬ day with sixtoun t nloyuu In favor of tho Eagles Mr and Mrs Mason MoMopiglus little girl baby passed away last Tuesday morn- Â¬ ing Always frail wo sciirc uly hoped thu little blossom would bloom long but she hadrovived from thu lust indisposi tion and apparently was gaining strength when nil unawares thu Messenger camo to claim for the kingdom another jowel to llvo with Him who blcesed littlo child ren while horo on earth To that young mother that young father in this bitter gref over their first born I fain would porno witjr comforting words with balm for their wounded hearts but full well I knew jt is all in vain J uugiiHgo falls and words nro enijity for tho brightness Of their If fu lias gone and tho setting of a great hope is as the setting qf tU buiiI none but lod himself ran clear thp tangled problem imtko life a less thai weariness to live nnd cause troubled hemts to know peace Bro Hngan eon ducted tho funeral services and In a beautiful white casket dear littlo Etta was laid to rest In her narrow home while tier spirit awaits to receive tho lov tl ones tq follow Â¬ Â¬ Col Nail was born at Hartford Ohio county Kentucky Ho mndo Hopkins vllle Ids home for a short time and then II veil for Homo years on a farm in Shelby county About twenty years ngo hu went to Louisville and was engaged for some time us agricultural editor of tho Courier Journal At present ho is edit Â¬ or of the Farmers Homo Journal and has been for nearly eighteen years This position has brought him in close contact with thu agricultural interests and he Is well known by all reading farmers in thu statu to bo a good theoritical as well us practical farmer During his en- Â¬ tire active life ho has either officially or as si nply a member been connected with all tho leading associations of tho state which have sought to benefit agri Ho took an active cultuial pursuits 1 part in tho Grango when it was first organized nnd remained a member ns long ns it wns conducted ns nn educational association Ho wns a member of thu Alliance and his pa per The Karon rn Homo Journal wns thu ocial organ of that body until the Alliance became a political organist ttion when Col Nail withdrew Holms lieen a member of the State Horticultural Sqciety for about twenty years anil has assisted In tho up- Â¬ building of that society In connection w ith Dr Clardy ho was largely instru- Â¬ mental in organising tho Kentucky Farmers Instituto which proved to bo a valuablo association hut which was per- Â¬ ELECTR0P0ISE mitted to diu out after it was turned over Two Months Rent 85 00 to the department of Statu Commission To take advantage of this ofler you er of Agriculture Tim o ganiit ttion of the National Saddle Hoisu llreeders must order before September 1 aa this Association wns in no small degree due offer will bo positively withdrawn on For full Information address to tho p Tsonal efforts of Col Nail and that date Webb 509 Fourth Avenuo It has been indorsed as a substantial aid DuBois Louisville Ky to breeder- It is in connection with the Kentucky Kind Wordi From A Friend Press Association that tho general popu- Â¬ larity of Col Nail is espei ially shown Fr oitAt Ky Aug 10 1894 EniTon Ho wns Secretary for three years was BflKCKKNHIDUE DEAR SlR NEWS then elected Vice President and at the Please find enclosed a check for 1 for last meeting iu Frankfort was honored which you will continue to send us your with tho highest position that of Presi Â¬ paper wu cannot do without it Wo con- Â¬ dent Ho never n ndu a contest for theso sider it the best paper that comes to this posts The intimation months ago that office May it prosper and live long is lie might bcome a candidate brought tho desire of your friend forth proof indicative Unit ho will re T V T Bakek ctivo almost the solid support of the press of tho State SHERIFFS SALE FOR TAXES Tho Bukckenkidok News howeyer is Wo favor tho candidacy an exception On Monday September 17th 1891 lor one of lion Win E Minor of Rreckenridge of tn deputies will offer at lubllo Auction at county nnd should ho become a candi tlio Court house door In Ilardlniuurg llreck date wo will favor his cause Should ho entlkgo coutity Ky for eaab In hand the folconclude not to becomo a candidate tho lowing real estate or 10 much thereof aa will satisfy the revenue and count lery and rail- Â¬ Nkivb is for Col Nail Â¬ Presents VESTS To Our Customers September Until Â¬ 1894 Svs State of Kentucky BiT mazr 1 ELECTION NOTICE Â¬ epublicans Are Not In Tho vote cast primary election in was gomery at tho November election 1802 1001 and he had a plurality over his Jlepublican opponent of 4558 This however wns a Prtsldentlal year when tho vote is always much larger than at congressional elections when Prt sidout ial electors aro not to bo chosen In 1800 tho vote for Mr Montgomery was only 11395 his plurality being 1010 It Is apparent therefore that if those who participated in the primary support Mr Montgomery in November there is no basis for tho Republican claim that they stand a chance to carry tho district Courier Journal The Bight Kind of Spirit Hon D R Murrays card published u last weeks issue of tho Gnjt tto was Well sptjken and at the proper time It parrys with it the copviction that ho is n man not mi rely peeking for tho fpolls of oice but expresses a deep felt in Â¬ terest In the flnol triumph ol Democratic principles Yielding thus gracefully to the result of tho primary ho urges his followers to go to work as ho himself will do for the slice as of tho nomlness in tho final election Ho recognizes that upon thu democratic party must fall tho duty of correcting tlio legislative abuses which havo placid the country in its present condition that personal ambition arid factional dissatisfaction must bo laid aside in tho interest of party persever mice It is tho spirit which characterizes true Democracy ami no 0110 could full to commend his course pr to know him henceforth as n man of hpncbt and conscientious principles dtnptcij to io upiso pf his people Grayson Gag tto To Tar SpriDa Tho Ilreckenridgo Company will run tho last excursion to Tar Springs on Sun day August 20th Trains will leavo Cloverport at 0 a m it a in and 130 pm Returning will leave tho springs at 430 p 111 Faro for round trip 23 cents Dr Price Craam Baking Pewtter Hr M rt c lie Fourth district Ttio vote past for Mr Mont- Â¬ BityprflC7r at the nt Democratic It a Little Rreckenridge County Curt J June 18 1891 Mo II Donall and otbera on petition It appearing that the petition of Ma II Dowell and others lodged with the Clerk of this oourt on the ICth inat and filed in tbi court on this day reqti atlng tint an election be held in the Rock Vale precinct and at Rock Vale voting place on the 25th day of Auguat 1891 to take th of voters of said precinct who nre qualified to vote at an elect Â¬ ion for county oflicera upon the proposition whether or not apirlleouavinoua or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or b aoed in aald precinct andnbether ornotlocal option now ia force shall become inoperative In aald precinct and ajso whether or not the provisions of thla law end prohibition shall apply to druggists in sapt precinct was signed by more than twenty lTvt per ent of the leg il voters of aald precinct cast at the last proceeding election held in raid precinct It i now ordered by the court that the request of aa 1 petitioners be granted and that an election be held on eaid 25th day of August 1894 In tho Rock Vale voting pre Â¬ cinct to take the aenae of the legal voters in said precinct who nre qualified to vote at an election for conn ly officers upon the proposition whether or not iplritnous vinoua or malt liquor shall be fold bartered or loaned in said precinct and whether or not local option now In force shall become inoperative In sild precinct aailnlno whether or not the provisions of this law and prohibition shall apply to druggists in said precinct nnd it Is further ordered that the Sheriff of Rreckenridge county open a poll at Rock Vale voting place on the said 25th day of August 1894 lor the purpose road tax due aa atated below Jease Qray 13 acrea of land See deed book of taking the sense of the legal votes of aald as aforesaid precinct iterenuo and county lery for whether or not splritu ma upon theor propoaltion Â¬ page 450 vinous mlt liqyears 1891 and 18K2 and cosJ9till uors ahall bo aold bartered or loaned In said Freibom U Jackson 110 acrea of land tame prccino and whether or not local option now In force shall become looj eratlve in said pre- Â¬ deeded to 8 M Plckeral gee deed book 31 cinct and aso whether or not the provisions Hovenao and county levy fur 1891 of this Uw and prohibition shall apply to drug page 614 gists In said piecinot and tald Sheriff Is ord- Â¬ and 1892 and post 1515 John T Johnson 40 ao ea In magisterial ered to give notloe of said election and bold aame si required by law and the officers of Same land now owned by district Mo t said election are appointed as follows 1 W R Charlea Itadenbeimer Herenne and county Moorman and H 11 Robertson judges and C Moorman clerk and s K lery for 1889 1890 1891 and 189J acd rail Rhodes sheriff who are hereby directed to hold said road tax lor 1891 and coat 2913 election as nbote directed and the sheriff will Tinsley Hbodea 50 acrea of land aame now so notify them owntd by Caa Hbodea In muglitnlal diatrlct A copy attest Mo 6 Jont II MoNiacn Clerk Revenue and county lery and railroad tax for 1891 and eoat 13 90 FOR SALE Mm Mnllle S 1ullUm ono town lot In Hardlntburg Ky now owned by Matblas One hundred and three acres of Hod lying Sou Commissioner deid book Mo 3 within one half mile of Uardtnabnrg on the Miller Cloverport and llardlnsburg turnpike ant the Revenue and county lory and rati pige 32 aame land on which the old fair grounda stood fur 18f I and cost 2885 road tax Sixty acres of this place Is suitable for culti- Â¬ See vation and about thirty acres in timber Henry Nicholson 112 acrea of land The It Revenue and county place is under good fence and noil watered deed book Q page 240 Is a desirable location for a good farm lias lery for 1892 and railroad tax for 1891 and a good building site and U always convenient coat 9 35 to market Terms reasonable Apply to Mrs Amanda Smith one lot in H rdlnibarg J T KlNUaTON Uardlnaburg See deed book 1 page 330 now owned Ky NOTICE TO CREDITORS Reyenue and county lery by Kljih Hoard and railroad tax for 1891 and coat 4 Si Denpy Mghef 130 acrea of land lying on BIIECKENRIDQE CIRCUIT COURT the Turnpike an and a tulf miles from II M Jolly PUIntilT Notice 1 vs to now owned by Jobn W Kennedy Louisville Trust Co Assignee of Creditors Revenue and county lory for 1889 and oost uii iiaru aim rwcnurlck Wuthen Defendants All partnership creditors of Richard and Ken 1610 produce IV Vahcn Qorge Tuokor One traot of land See deed their claims before heieby notified to Commls the underslirned book 39 age 409 Rerenue and county levy sloner at his office In Ilardintburg properly proven 011 or before the firt dayol October for 1890 and coat 690 Ivcn under my hand as Commissioner of said David V U Kidman 10 acrea land near J court this first day of August v o iiAuiiAOK comr n C C Cray In Custer dlstrlot Revenue and euunty W K Ilarnes Assignee nfWra U 175 Notice levy for 1891 tax and coat to ellllalntlr Jobn Ioola heirs 60 acrea near Jia Car 11 C Armstrong et al Defendants Jtredltors by mans now ownnd havln dslnia against the etate Horae Aldridge A1 pe5V ol in II Ilellaie Revenue and county levy for 189J tax and the same before the hereby notified to produce undesigned Conimlssiouer on or before the hrst day of October coit 7 30 iMat his office In llardlnsburg properly proven as the J L Asklns 2 acrea hj L Asklna In Jlven under my hand as Commissioner nf sal Rugb Creek diatrlct now owned by Jno I urtlhlsAugutit sevi Cook Revenue and county levy for 189 V 0 1IAUIJAOK Cornir I C gv B92 and rajlroad tax for 81 amount tax Jimina G paypter 4dnixtfRlaln nd coat 10 83 o4f j tJ Regular Term iait s Iaid iji t 4fe Jeo W Clark 31 acrea now owned by Henry 0 Ftptreaa In Hugh Creek district Revenue and oounty levy for 1891 1892 and railroad tax for 1891 amount tax and coat 88T Six percent will be added to the above amounts when the properly Ii aold aivtn nnder myjiand aa Sheriff of Breken ridge coonty thlr 18th day of August 1W4 J S DcJSKNKTTK Kx SbffltT C Iaynterln J crdlor feB4anl tM uiiKuuwn weuiiors against the e4aU orWaUvril 1aynter deceased are Iwrbv to Produce their claims before the twbf signed Commissioner at his office lit IIriUWrg proven on or before lb day Jt lilMF rainier qui F ii R5nlnK cls Pyrl mT court Hr 2 this first day of August tnd CoBimlr a MM VOBAnBXui5i7imr H C C Calvin Hendrick spoilt several days lat week wti her Uter Mrs II 8 English near SteplienejK Mrs i i fitrAr rcbullta the arriem it M awl cnw Buwfcy 6w 1crsons Iron Hitters llrcwns alU cm41m IMnnv AAwrk fmm overwork cr hfi kK Uw rovM mmiln Mwt Prtet Mutt aeerge DuKello Falrtalgh wss Um the guest of bi aunt Mrs J p BafcUfe k fnrn4 to BrandsnWg to Husk le vWt BUy t 4t i40IMRiV - yvyw fVTjirjp 8 fnli YA iB ii w H SHHOiiHMii3tiJtilMS oii6YM6M rOTATO A BUQB VERSUS iv L0CUT8 A i UUNKfcU AGAINST ETI QUETTE I u ti r 4 HriJAiii4lm IO l Vim duim KSJ wKm Mil I Itrsninr Kllidliiiy 4 Iomlhtf ns woolly m Iho grasshoppor Ftoriea of last year Down in Sullivnii county nit ndvnnco guard of locusts cntored n potnto field and began thoir usual work of destrucDr tion Tho potato bugs apparently Cream thought that this was an encroachment Baking Powder on their rights For two days farmers noticed a groat migration of bugs to Highest Honors Awarded ward that particular field They travel ed along tho road in pqunilruiiM and batby thcWorlds Colum- Â¬ talions- nnd seemed to Iki under regular bian Exposition la lenders It became plain that tho word had lioiii passed to nil potnto hugs in Chicago 1893 tho viqinity that their help wns wanted and thoy wero prepared for war Thoy assembled on ono sido of tho field while tho locusts gathered on tho other Then camo tlio battlo Tho bugs plan of campaign wns to cover that portion of tho flold which they wero dofending so whenever n luckless locust or detachment of locusts attempted to alight on it tlio plucky booties would ponncoupou their enemies and tear nnd claw them awarded to pieces Tho locusts began making regular nttacks and tho slaughter of both insects was very great wliilo bo tween them thoy left nothing of tho potato vines Tlio fight lasted for two The highest award was given on every claim comprising days Then thcro seemed to bo a truco As n result it is noticed now in Sullisuperiority in leavening power keeping properties purity and van county that whenovor tho locusts excellence This verdict has been given by the best jury npproach a field of potatoes tho bugs retire from about ouo thlrd of it The ever assembled for such a purpose backed by the recommend- Â¬ locusts destroy that portion nnd lcavo tho rest for tho beetles to oat at their ation of the Chief Chemist of the United States Department leisure It is inferred that this is in accordance with tho terms of tho penco of Agriculture Washington D C vho made an elabor-Â¬ Tho pluckiest fight against locusts ate examination and test of all the baking powders This that I havo hoard of howover was mado by n ram in Dutchess county Ho was is pre eminently the highest authority on such matters in tho patriarch of tho flock nnd of courso considered himself its lender and pro America toetor When tho locusts invaded his pasture ho noticed that food becamo and This verdict conclusively settles the question scarce So lio set to work to destroy tho plunderers Of courso ho had no other proves that Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder is weapon than tho ono provided him by nature his big hard head Ho ran superior in every way to any other brand about tlio field bunting and crushing tho locusts Whenever ho could get 0110 NoTB The Chief Chemist rejected the Alum baking powdera stating against it tree ho would smash it Ho to the Worlds Pair jury that he considered them unwholesome kept that work up with great oncrgy for two wholo days not stopping to cat anything himself But tho numbers of EDUCATION HIGHER DORRIS SHOE STRINGS his enemies wcio too great nnd at tho Tho Interesting Itcsulta of tho Study of a end of tho second day tlio self sacrificOn Dorrls feet lrojrs Tiny Muscle ing aulinnl sank down nnd died of exAre tliO smallest of two But suii Iy Bomoclf Buffalo Express Tho young man who has had tlio haustion Has enchanted licr shoes priceless cxpcricnco of bclf abandonment wo co For wherever ONCE A POWER IN IOWA to Boino happily chosen point wns well Walk row or ride In church or at tennis illustrated in 11 man I knew writes G Tint Kx Gowrnor Sherman Now a Clerk Is Her shoes come untied b Stanley Hall in Tho Forum With tlio In n Country Store dignity and benso of finality of tlio Is trying At times It From tlio office of tho governor of a Hut what can I do American senior year quick within him When poor Dorrls murmurs his first teacher in Germany told him great stato to tho position of floorwalkOh bother that shool to study experimentally ono of tho 17 er of n big store that seems not only Bo down I must flop muscles of a frogs leg Tho mild dis- improbable but Impossible nnd yot In tlio dust and dirt To tie up tlio shoo sipation of a homuwhat too prolonged there is 1111 incident of tlio kind on reo Of that dear little flirt general culture aided by somo tasto for ord Following Governor Gears retire breezy philosophic speculation almost ment from tho ofllco of chief oxecutivo These precious girl tyrants Wo cannot rebel diverted him from so mean an object of Iowa camo Buren R Sherman who For even their ribbons Cut as ho progressed ho found that ho for two years mado an excellent governAre filled with their spelL must know in a moro uiiuuto and prac- or Just why tho precedent of n second old fashioned aprons BInco No longer they Ube tical way than before in n way that term wns not followed I cannot say un They tlo n poor man mado previous knowlcdgo seem unreal less it wns that tlio opposing wing in To the strings of their shoes tho Republican party was too strong for certain definite points in electricity Vossur Miscellany Mr Sherman and his friends chemistry mechanics physiology etc At nil events ho stepped down and and bring them to bear in fruitful relaDREAD BAKERS tion to each other As tho winter pro- out and pnisucd tho even tenor of his A row Facts About a Somewhat ruuilllar ceeded tho history of provious views way as n privato cititn In somo man Article of lood was studied and broader biological re- ner tho caids refused to break oven for Styles chango in bread as in every- Â¬ lations seen and ns tho summer waned Governor Sherman and us n last resort thing olso and shapes that wcro moro and a second year was begun in tho ho was compelled to accept a position ns or less familiar 10 years ago nro now study of this tiny musclo it was seen floorwalker in tlio largest storo in tho In this houorablo not marto nt all Evory baker tries to that its laws aro tho samo in frogs and city of Dcs Moines havo something distiuctivo about his mon that just such contractilo tissuo but by no means exalted position ho discharged liis duties cheerfully nud was output and almost ovcry baker thinks had dono all that man had accomplishhis bread is tlio best So ovcrybody who ed in tho world ami that muscles aro so affnblo and pleasant that tho public btfys bakers bread knows thcro is really tho only organs of tho will As the learned to liko trading at Dcs Moines ii great difference iuit in appcaranco and work went on many of tho mystorios of big department establishment In taste The housowifo makes wheat tho univcrso seemed to cuter in his It wns n shrowd business movement bread of ono kind of flour tho baker theme In tho study of this ininuto ob- upon tho part of tho proprietors and wakes itgeuerallyof thno two brands ject ho gradually passed from tho atti thoy reaped great benefits therefrom for of spring wheat flour and ono of winter tudo of Peter Doll of whom tho poot a long time Eventually howover tho cx govemor dropped out of tho clorks wheat mixed with tho result of mak says ing a finer whiter smoother loaf Bak- society nnd quietly disappeared from A primrose by a rivers brim A j cllow primrose was to him notice No 0110 seemed to havo missed crs do not all agree us to tho exact proAnd It whs nothing more portions in which these flours should bo him particularly and but fow inquired up to tlio standpoint of tho seer who after tho nrbnuo ex governor nnd oblig mixed plucked a flower from tho crannied ing floorwnlkor Recently howovor an Graham flour is mado of tho entire erain of tho wheat ground np togother wall nnd realized that could ho but old timo friend of Mr Sherman hap gluten flour of that part of tlio wheat understand what it was root and all pened to bo in n certain villago In north grain which contains tho gluten Ryo and all in all ho would know what eastern Iowa and stepped Into n storo to Even if my friend buy a shirt graham flour is mado of tlio entire grain God and man is Tlicrp wns ox Governor Sherman of tho ryo tlio ryo flour usod in tho or- Â¬ had contributed nothing in discovory to dinary ryo bread is usually mixed with tho tcinplo of science ho had folt tho measuring calicoes tying up groceries wheat flour in proportions varying from profound mid roligious conviction that and performing other duties devolving a little wheat up to half wheat Of tho tho world is lawful to tho coro and had upon n country clerk in a country store Old timo memories wore revived and bread sold in American bakeries about experienced what n truly liberal and 85 per cent is whoat tho remaining 15 higher education in tho modern as dis tlio traveler remained ovor n train iu tinct from thomcdiamil seuso really is order to havo a visit In relating these per cont being divided about oqually among graham ryo and gluten In Gor Â¬ circumstances tlio gentleman said The Prairie Wolf man bakorios tlio proportion of ryo I dont know what alls tho governor Colonel Ji 11 Struthers of Montana bread sold is very much greater I reckon ho has lost his grip IIo seems was in the lobby of the Shoreham and Bakors aro nil tlio timo getting up talking ot wolves and untelopo ho said to bo satisfied withN his job nud apparnow shapes in bread uud thcro can ently has no ambition to bottor himself No sir tho wolf Jsnt such a desper scarcely bj said to bo any absolutely ato creature us fiction and the imagina Ho was onco a power In Iown now ho Is nothing but a dry goods clerk I dont standard form though there aro somo tion of sometime sports have made him Chicago Mail that aro practically so tho oblong tho pruirio wolf will sneak around understand it round tho long round French stick The at night and steal scraps but us i camp A New Calendar Siisccstctl Vienna stick uud Vienna loaf There to attacking anybody ho isnt ns hydro aro now about 15 shapes that aro moro Austin Tyler tho woll known Invent- Â¬ phobiucal as tho civilized cur Tlio or less commouly told And theso breads timber wolf and iconoclast has nr hasnt tlio most courteous or innovator calendar chiefly for busi aro mado of ubout as many different disposition in tho west but ho is cow tanged n now kinds of dongli For instauco thoro is aidly und n good gun can stand off a ness men which has 13 mouths iu tho a Now England dough a Vienna dough whole menagerie of them They come year Instead of 12 Each mouthy ex and so on each being composed of a out of the mouth ho ar hill timber ut night and go cept thoto thirteenth lays which has condifferent blend of materials and mixed hnvo 28 ho heifer but they dont ranged for n calf or and handled differently tends will simplify and exiicdito tho Perhaps as noarly standard as any of liko man and will only touch him as a calculation of interest Tlio odd day Out in tlio west wo roll last resort theso shapes is tho ono known us Now ourselves up in a blanket right out on will fall In tho thirteenth month which England This is nu oblong loaf with in tho interest tnbles can bo easily arAlmost ail of theso tho pruirio and sleep the Bleep of the ranged Ho says that several bank pres squaro corners righteous and no Little lied Riding breads aro mado in different sizes Tlio Hood business breaks our rest Wash Â¬ idents havo given their approval of his New England is mado in ut least five calendar and his bollef is that it will C cents 8 cents 10 ington Star which aro sold ut finally bo adopted Ho points to tho Usually cunts 25 cents uud 130 cents TURTLcS GOOD FIGHTERS fact that Russia has two calendars ono tho 80 cent loaf is mado to woigli a for tho church nnd ono for business pur vtriflo moro thun tlireo 10 cent loaves Two of Them Still III a Ilattlo Which Has poses Tlio odd month ho thinks should Xiutnl Two Months V0M weigh Tlio smallest sized Now Now York Combo called Christmas Two months ago n crowd of coal min mercial England loaf is tlio ono most Bold as ors nonr Newport Pa took two snap is the cuso with all breads mado in Marshal Jordan baa had the gutters sizes but tho 8 cent and 10 cent loaves piuB turtles into n cockpit nud forcing in largo demand and thcro is a open thoir jaws poured somo whisky leading from Wall streot to the river on ore steady salo for tho loaves at 35 and SO down thoir throats Then thoy wore Chestnut cleaned out so that tho water turned lonso on each other 800 being will not spread all over creation down Tlio larger of tho two big loaves cent but with tlio there every time it rains is sometimes out in two and sold in Wpgorod on tlio outcomedecision would halves Tlio big loaves aro sold to understanding that no boarding houses and to privato families bo mado until ono ot tho snupiiers gave Tlio turtlos fought also Somo folks liko a crust and somo up or was killed like tlio iusido Tlio big loaves aro es Â¬ fiercely cncli tearing his antagonists pecially desirable for thoso who liko tho lioad and neck with Ids horny beak un may inside Thoy havo proportionately to til ono obtained it grip upon tho others well be said weight less crust thou tho smaller flipper of tho Superior Medicine After a biicf but ineffectual strugglo Joayw and they can bo so cut as to bo Mcved iu almost any form that may bo to break his antagonists hold tho turtlo tho Btnndurd whoso flipper was caught seized tho othdesired with crust or without blood purifier steady Aside from a Breads for hotels and restaurants aro er by tho nock weaving motion thcro was no further gettwally mado in special shapes They Tho demonstration for several liours use a shape corresponding to New Eng Ituwl and many restaurants that dont crowd of minors watched them from want so much crust take a breqd that is early evening tint J long after midnight iime in loaves about 18 inches iu when tho two turtles each retaining Jtmgth and not very wide baked not his viselike grip 011 the other were car separately but laid close together so ried front the pit and placed in the cellis loh rcOdrd that the loaves have ornst on tlte ends lar of a deserted house gswures you Unit what This was tw months ago awl since Some hotel boy this kind of only - ffeuwalljr hna ourotUotherp itae abowa my wis mom neither of tite Buapfww bread bat hotelsjfaaMoh lattwl and Vienna ftfok v Tak Â¬ tjrmmm at weakming bis HW ssoob and the beta have net yet ing all tt people tugeibar oU and hm bean declared oft Chicago Herald young it is probable thM about three Jfew qoarten like tbetv bre orB H CnU fcrnnco iollovrcd by ii tiitlretory Trllcto BtbtibH tdwnt 17 year locusts aro bo The Worlds Tribute to Prices Â¬ S Â¬ Â¬ Worlds Fair Medal and Diploma to Â¬ Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder congressmen Tho gentleman In question wns called on tho other day ut his hotel by n dele gation of about 20 citizens from hisdls tirct who had como to ndvocato tlio claims of n certain enndidnto for post nuister who it wns generally under stood was to get tho plnco but whoso nomination failed to unrecorded among tho elect on tlio yellow tissuo pajicr Tho delegation nil know tho congress man pretty woll nnd fo thoy went up to tho congressmans room iu n body where they found him shaving nnd filed in one by one Tho Florida statesman wns rather dismayed by tho delegation and didnt know just whnt to do with them but nftcr n pause ho blurted out rather sharply Look hcrol Of courso you know I dont mind it n bit but n man cant net up hero nt Washington tho way ho would down in Florida Thoy havo n thing they call otlquctto up here nnd Its tho proper thing to send up your card bcfoioyou como to n gentlemans room Killings n Wkslt Ingtoit Sample on ills IollntlUiciiW Tlib following Btory Is loltl by Iho Washington TlmcMon bnoof tho Florida CohfcfeMiimii rlorlilit Mntcr Might IIo bphbhl Extracts front that groat book on llfo In Washington Tho Autobiography of n Senator 1 tflE SEfUtoll3 flEWAHT I11U h4 Him Tlml the lilenlty of lief pMk Â¬ On jam The trouble strolled into my library nnd hoard tho telegraph Instrument ticking nwny noisily in tho corner Mochanlcnlly I walked over to tho table and picked up tho tnpii With stnrtled gazo I read Sugar 824 Tho slip of paper drop ped from my nerveless grasp I had bought my sugar at GO J If I sold now I would realise n grent sum Should I do It No I A thournnd times no I I wns n senator nmomlierof tlio most honorable nud most dignified deliberative body iu tlio world I was assisting in tho making of a tariff on tlio stuff which wns climbing so rapidly on Wall street It could not bo Â¬ that bright spring morning I REV SAM I J0XE4 THE Tells GREAT How EVANGELIST 11 Â¬ Â¬ All right said tho leader who took tlio matter moro seriously thnn wns intended Woll go down stairs and send up our cards Beforo tlio congressman could recover from his surpriso tho wholo dolegntion filed out of tho room without another word nnd n fow minutes Inter a porter brought up n batch of cards Tho congressman reflected n moment Toll them Im out was his answer Tho delegation has not been heard of since but it Is rumored that they hnvo purchased books on ctiquctto to loam what it is nnyway OUR For half an hour I sat and smoked n cigar Tho maddening click of tho telegraph still rang in my cars I walked again to tho tiiblo Tlio figures on tho tapo danced beforo my eyes Sugar 85 A fortuuo was slipping from my graRp I sat down nnd wroto this tolo gram to my brokers Sell my sugar Then n rovulsion of feeling camo over ma I could not do it I felt that I was an houorablo man I left tho telegram where I had written it nnd fled to tho garden Â¬ Germsuer Has Blessed II s Home nervom tick ficAiUrhe hss Wen entirely cureil by Iwieheiery iiwir suffer Koyal iprmetiior I if wif hail access to thit medicine Two nt my children ucrocuroU of nasal catarrh by It It Is truly A GREAT REMEDY It Is said that pronrletaiy medicines are usually endorsed only by tho lower ami mors Ignorant cissies of the people lennctupr Is notable exception Its endorsers and Its friends are everywhere among the very be t and most prominent people its verv pleasant taste and harmless nature Its singular merits and unniesilied superiority recou tnond It to Intelligent people everjnhcress the safest stireu ami brst rtmsily known to Medical science for the rellf and cure of la illceitlnn Dyspepsia Caarrh Ilhonmatiam Nervousness Kldnev and llladdcr Troubles Jkiwel Complaints Ieiers and all MalaiUi Uisordors 100 0 for fit00 Hold by DrupRlsts Kings Royal Germetuer Co Atlanta Mv wlfo wlm xtm ail Invalid from 111 MONEYED ARISTOCRACY with most bad fitting collars is the shirts are wrong We know Â¬ Â¬ at Its EnvMi Rxtraiairnnro Opens tho Kjes of VMthiR Titled Iorclcncrs Without making much fuss nbotit it n largo number of foreigners of rank nnd tltlo nro visiting American friends at their summer residences nud other wiso looking round nt this country nnd its institutions Passing by somo of theso strangers criticisms on tho present stato of affairs it is amusing to noto tlio surpriso tho modo of living hero creates iu intelligent minds accustomed to much simpler forms of wealth Â¬ Whllo walking in tho garden I saw Mary tho second girl Sho bado 1110 good morning I said to her Mary if by any chanco you should go Into tho library of courso I do not expect that you will go thoro but If by nny chanco you do nnd seo n telegram on my desk addressed to my brokers bo suro to re member that tho nearest telegraph of flco is on tlio next block Tho girl courtcsied nnd went into tho houso 1 think sho understood that I meant her to stny out of tho library Â¬ Gs fl Correctly weekly by 1umplirey A-- Iaufer Iro duce Commission Merchants sio Second St bet Main and Market Louisville ky IV homo ii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Count Nympsche a German friend of Prlnco Hatzfeldt who married tlio daughter of C P Huntington expresses tho liveliest astonishment at such an es tablishment us tlio Huntingtons occupy for othor than royalty Ho says thcro is no luxury or magnificence to comparo with that seen iu privato houses iu Amorica nnywhero from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific and his opinion is echoed by foreigners of other nationality as well as by our so called English cousins A woll known lady who has mado Berlin her homo for many years ro- tnrnod to hor native land last spriug to And such 1111 Alnddiiiliko chango that sho says it has almost mado her silly No ono in Germany ut least dreams of tho extent of this moneyed aristocSho paused racy I hato that phraso and withdraw it I But it surprises mo to sco luxury whero I loft nicro comfort only 20 years ngo Tho emperor is not housod half so woll ns somo of my acquaintances In thoir sumnior places Tho frugal German appears to bo most touched by American progress iu tho weird art of living up to n big Income Boston Htyultl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the simplest way to fix it but you wont agree that were unprejudiced witnesses Two liours I spent iu that garden thinking out n schemo I havo for ameliorating tho condition of tho poor by providing open air performances under national guidance of Ibsens dramas Then 1 went back to tho library A telcram addressed to mo was on my desk I nervously toro it open It rend Order executed Sugar sold nt 80 You mako 2 17000 My heart roso in my throat Tho bit of yollow paper dropped from my fingers nnd fell fluttering to tho floor Hero was I n Unit cd States senator speculating in stocks and taking ndvantngo of information which my official position secured for me That miscrablo servant had scut my tobgram Horror I v Thai afternoon I wroto to my brokers telling them to deposit tho 217000 to my credit Then I discharged tho sec ond girl Tho dignity of my groat ofllco must bo uphold Bnffnlo Express Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LOUISVILLK KY Aug 21 1691 Shippers should mark nil packhgoa plainly with shippers name and poit oOico address 1JUTTEH Choice country Medium Creamery Fresh BEANS hand picked indlaDa Navy Old or Common and eolorod FKATUKKS Prime whita goote Mixed Old No 1 duck Michigan 1 1 12 11 uaos 20 cd 14 12 21 II 75 to 1 B5 60 to I 85 1 00 to 1 20 3t 20 15 25 3 25 20 HIDES Green food Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep ikln ltuoitcrs per t ft THE ELEMENTS PROTEST AVturnlni Well tell you anyway get your shirts and collars here Our shirts fit our collars THE MOTHER COUNTRY ALARMED Â¬ Â¬ She llm Iteeelved News of Sturtllng Char hctcr lroui tho United States Tho Winnipeg Froo Press claims to havo clipped tho following from a ro Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cent number of tho Loudon Chimes General Coxoy tho gentleman who ran for president iu opposition to tlio lato Chauncoy Dcpow Is lendiug an nrmyiof discontented hoboes on Washington Hobo is tho political pseudonym used to designate tlio members of tho independent Republican party General Coxoy is n nntivo of Yuba Dam capital of tho stato of Baltimore and n journalist of somo distinction having edited Tho Congressional Record an influential paper published in tho Mormon interests of Boston N Y His nrmy has captured tho Delaware aud Lacka wanna railroad which will afford transportation through tho Rocky mountains to Fargo whero tho troops will embark in gondolas nud sail down tho Susquo hauun to Washington As tlio president Mr Cornelius Vuuderbilt is absent in Kentucky on n bnffnlo limit nttonded by tho regular nrmy as a guard of honor grave apprehensions nre felt at Wash ington as to tho possiblo consequences of Coxoys Invasion of that territory If tho KIckapoo Indians should joiu him serious consequences may ensue Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ our collars fit our shirts our shirts fit you however irregular your form JnoD BaVbage Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nought Ills Gift Iu a Pawnshop A funny thing which Is jnst leaking out happened nt tho recent Sherman wed ding in Boston A man who was a prominent guest iu looking ovor tho presents nt tho houso discovered a valuable old clock an nntiquo that ho had bought abroad for a big sum nnd that had been stolen from his houso a year or moro beforo iu somo mystorious way Ho hunted up tho donor aud found ho had bought It from n pawnbroker that had called his attention to It as a raro article Tlio man wanted to glvo Miss Shormnii something raro and so pur Â¬ chased it It was not howover until owner No 1 insisted upon tho right of first proprietorship that owner No 2 was willing to oxplniu It was rather a big jokonn him to hnvo sought a pawn brokers shop for his woddiug present aud tho first man thought it too good a Btory to keep Town Topics Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ E 0 BABBAG E Manager Emmet Washburn and Irving Sutith wero on thoir way to Wilburs mill near Pinesville in upper Dulawaro valley tho other day Washburn was driv iug n team of valuable young horses Tho sun wns shining brightly over their heads but tho sky to tho northward was black with thunderclouds Tho last thing Washburn remembered whllo thoy wcio driviiig nlong was that ho was listening to n fish story Smith was telling him when suddely thcro camo a frightful crash over their heads nnd a flash of intenso light Tho next thing Washburn remembers is his finding himself lying in tho bottom of his wagon witli Smith lying noar After awhile ho was ablo to riso and look about him Botli of his horses lay dend In tho road Smith revived Tlio sun wns still shin Boon afterward ing brightly and tho thunderclouds in tho north hnd broken away A thunderbolt from n clear sky had evidently burst upon them Each horso had a Smith was wearing n hole in his neck pair of blno overalls with a patch In ench knee Tho patches wero gone huv lug been cut out around tho edges as neatly as If tho separation was dono with n pair of shears Tli rim of Wash- Â¬ burns straw hat had been cut cntiroly away iu tlio samo maimer Noithcr of tho men was Injured In tho slightest degree but eacli folt a straugo numbness iu Ids body nnd limbs for two hours Thoy buried tho horses at tho roadside A peculiarity of this freak of freaky lightning Is that whllo Smith can ro mouibcr distinctly tho story ho was tolling Wnshbutn up to tho point when it was interrupted by the thunderbolt ho cannot remember tho closing part of it although ho says tho incidents of it happened to him this season nud ho had told tho story boverul times Tho Hovcrdnlo toam wns valued nt 500 Pa Dispatcli Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ llh Story IVlli r Is Safe to tho Cha Who Think th fl liens per lb 6 Spring Chickens per doz 50 2 JO DllIED AllLEd AND lEACIIES Apples choice bright quarters 5 J to ij-i Apples average to S 1 lbi IOULTKY 5 7 10 u 10 12 3f i Peaches Apples old 1eachei new old WOOL 4 to 5 Tub washed Urease Gne Urease coarae Merino Hurry and Cots MISCELLANEOUS 21 16 14 10 10 23 317 16 12 13 Tallow W Deeawax 525 Sorghum Molasses 30 j 3S I1AY UltAlH iiSKLI We quoto prlcol to day on Louisville city wharf OATS No 2 oati 32 36 Strictly choice Choice No 2 Good Medium Oood Bright Straw holes white Choice ihelled IIAY 10 SO 13 00 11 00 fu 12 00 10 00 a 11 00 6 SO 4 76 COUN 46 4 3 3 3 00 50 4 3 3 3 5 5 6 5 25 75 65 CATTLE Good to extra ihlpplng Light shipping Beat Butchers Medium to good butchers HOGS Choice packing and butchers 5 Fair to good 6 Houghs Shoats and plgi 100 lbs and under4 Oood to extra shipping Fair to good LAMBS Good to oxtm spring Fair to good 40 00 25 40 25 75 00 25 20 50 75 SHEEP 2 75 1 60 3 25 2 50 4 4 50 2 60 75 4 00 Louisville St Louis Texas R R Co 3STO TIME SCHEDULE iuUIiik lUfoct At 600 oclck Heal Bound A 22 H Sundiy Dec 17 1S93 Traim STATIONS Eatt Bound Ttam Mail M Dally 8 M Dally 6S0iim 6 45 72 7 30 7 47 8 01 8 11 8 21 ltxjirs Kxprs Dally Mall X Kxprs Kxpr Dally 45pm 30 H MjBfll tl 2eU3j aHfl Tried True Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ avcrs SARSAPARILLA Â¬ oJv will curb you sell Jand to tho Russians for tho Chi nese had assured thorn that tho Russians would plant willow trees which would grow with enormous rapidity and would claim all tho land in shadow Another story which was bolloyc4 was that tho natural history eases con tained the eggs of Russian soldiers which the explorer would hateh out Into whole regiment of troops Gen Â¬ eral Prejevalaki himself was supposed to bear a charmed life A mere useful myth was tliat any Russian artiete if I aw atoleH would begin to cry bete til it waa rescued Â¬ Â¬ Central Asia In thu Nineteenth Century Soma dotnils of tho lata Russian explorer Prujnvalskl s lust journey through tho dlfllcult wilds of central Asia have just ronchod Loudon Somo of tho nov el superstitions of tho natives aro amazing For instance orders wero glyeu by tho native authorities that no ono should Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Persons competing steamship lines who mako frequent trips first class can not viow tho war in steerage rates with out somo feelings of envy Tho remark ablo prico of 10 for n trip of from sovon to iiino days with good sanitary qnartors plenty of Vi holcsomo food nnd drink and In n record breaking stenmor at that is 0110 reason for tlio very largo emigration during tlio past two mouths Though tho transatlantic companies nro fighting to tho dentil for tho steorngo traffic thoy display an altogether won dorful degreoof indlffcienco to first class passengers Competition iu this direction is apparently barred by n cast Iron mutual ngivoiient New York Huu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ To liuropo for 10 To Europo for 10 Including board and lodging Is tho present ruto of tho 7 45am 81U 8 40 8 4J 9 00 IvUnn ptar Kentucky St West Point llowaid K ron 30ra 815 lloUun 7S5 12 12 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vain It is tho bootlo from tho eggs of which como tho worms which havo rulnod so muoh chestnut TAKING EFFECT JULY 21 1891 Katt Bound Tralaa timber iu this section of tho country West Bouod Trains DaTiv The worm has long becu kuown but TaTT7 DaTtv ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun lex ns long as tho beetle whloh lays the No N IMOD Nol ogge waa unknown it was impossible to Lv lrvlaurtra At destroy it Professor Hopkins has re- Â¬ UarHWd HarVaal ceived numbers of the larva and has Hardlfttfettrar oarefully uoted every phase ooHnected VWMI J0t with their development into the pupa aud then the beetles The beetle U owe tr rUcMa aivl that baa never been known before attd Kaclnla BeleMga to a apoeiee of wWoh Ipt three iu Asklas fMHUkakave awerbeJoM beeudiaw Oatfcs Martlaeborg W e ArKardsvilULv DUcoveml u Ltmif Sought Iur Ilvutlc Professor A D Hopkins of tho ag- 11 Â¬ 63pm 108 1 14 1210am 130pm srIlcndeisn 7 19 Iv 7U5am 727 316 3 10 265pm m YaDitok I York Bun -- w - NiWK Mt1 i itIL a a IIHlIUW - ndu4EV -VIII lj NJ fl r fc l3TnVKmW 7y 4vMMHMft mlttr4WWii - -- HjllWiiri iiiimijlBirpignafttjttj V W 3jKS THE BRB1GKENRIJ3QE1 NEWS GLOVERPOHT KY physician Dr Lamar becuino slightly family matter It is nothing to lo ashamed of blurted out Minor lint if Is her own secret and i have no right to mention it Hlio has nover whispered a word to me But I urn not blind Dont botray her I bogof you said tho physician earnestly but when sho lecovers if joh havo uny power to re inuto tliucitiiv of her unhappiuess do Sho set 1 say this in all ouniostuciM must not bo allowed to brood Maxey suddenly arose For tho first timo tho nature of his friends suspicion dawiiciltipon him You boHovo this was my sisters own net ho exclaimed in an unnatural- Â¬ ly calm voici Sho woro tho handkerchief about her neck I noticed it there this after- Â¬ ciicel Maxoy losing his Sho did but calmness all at once dont yon flutter yourself Lamar that tho unhappinchs I spoko of was of biifll clout strength to induce tho poor girl to tako her own life Not n bit of it sir Not in tho least Prepeisterousl It would havo urged her rather to live Tho ideal Why theioicnt a naturally moro cheer Â¬ ful and contented person olivo than my sister Ellen Kill herself Igucpsnot Ono of these days Lamar youll sco what a fool youvo mado of yourself In this your mound for lielieving Annetto incapable Ihistace if laincrazy yonro a rasing maniac Tho in lb t was pacing tho floor excitedly and sixjko as if ho was addressing a multitude Dont talk so loud said Lamar u You know I am tho littlo impatiently last man in t lio world to wish to boliovo this theory You know I would novcr mention it to any other than yourself Nothing but a senseuif duty mid personal friendship would induce mo to speak of it now If it is true it is ncccbsary that yoa should bo warned If it is not true Â¬ einbarrased I beg your pardon if in my anxiety for your wolfaro I havo touched on n The Magic Touch or I SPY STnANQCRS EiibIiiihV ItcTolt Acnlnt tlio Cry Tlml Glrarn tlia Coiiiinnna flnltrrle Daviess County Fair Co Inetf p rited COrrrjcifTCS ill iym tccn Mtss ASSOOAriON Maxey iouawi -- lous ho Wlmt a curious fancy that mused I boliovo if sho docs get well I will tench her tho first thing to paint Ilcigho but shes not well yctl It had grown quito dark in tho sitting room vvhilo they linil been talking Tho early evening of a winters lay linil already come Lamnrallat oneonwoko to a realization of tho flight of time Ho turned tho faco of hla watch to tho fire and exclaimed What nin 1 lagging hero for It is nearly 0 oVlockl If I dont look out this girl will rnin my business Let us boo how tho patient is beforo wo go No you need not troublo yourself to get n light Miss Mnxoy I havo moro senses than one Ah sleeping quietly That is good very good I shouldnt wonder after all Maxoy but ah who known who knows I will striko a light whilo you put on your tiling said Miss Maxoy Oh no Dont pray 1 know how coinf oi tablo this twilight is Never sioil it with a light if you can help it It is tho best timo of tho day Well Maxey good night No said Maxey suddenly I think I will go out with you I havo got something to say and liesitles I want to smoke Sinco our now arrival thats prohibited here yon know Kllcn you aro tired and if I wero you I would lio down n littlo while I shall not bo gouo very long I am jitht going to tho comer with tho doctor Hut rcilly if you will tako my advice you will lio down and rest yourself Dont worry about mo my dear good brother I know my strength and my weakness 1 shall not overtix myself it has not hurt mo to bo up a littlo nights I feel as bright as a daisy now This must havo been jivitu tuflowido of tho truth Ellen Mimy Your brother had scarcely closed tho door behind himself and tho hand omo doctor when you threw your tired body upon tho bed You listened to their fewtstops going down stairs Yon hear them becoming fainter and fainter till they aro lost altogether Tho deep voico of Dr Lamar is still sounding in your cars Do not that it is exceedingly good deny tho music to you You think of Dr Lamar Mid you wonder Tho great honso is so still and you aro What was that Some bo very tired body nt tho door No A rat gnawing Ixmind tho woodwork A looso coal falls In tho grata Tho wind rattles tho panes Thero is no other sound Even tho tiro is paling now is going out entirely You uro sound asleep Â¬ Â¬ CHAFTKr V composure Fov JodsPTke how did It happen In u hollow voico I luxe y modo tho ro- They wero alone Tho physician was speechless Maxoy thought him horrified On thecoutrary ho was ninaed When ho found his voico again thero was but usinglo word ill his Micabulury equal to the situation and ho uttered it Impossible Maxey did not heed him but went on in a hopeless tone It wits my fault of coimo entirely my fault I allowed myself to bo led by her girlish whim when I ought to havo looked tho matter squarely in tho faco and asserted my own will I ought to hao taken your aihiec Lamar You knew it you foretold it all You warned Dr Lamar interrupted him Not of any such oocuirinoo as this Mnxoy Never Do you mean to tell mo that you think tho patient tightened that around your sisters handkerchief throat I toll you said Maxey I loft them alone absolutely uhuic When I camo back the door was locked On tho Inside On tho inside Lamar swept a bowildercd glauco about tho aputment stared nt tho palo faco on tho bed in tho alcove room at tho swollen features behind tho torn drapery at tho piofessionally anxious visago of tho nurse who was moving alxiut between the two Ho looked at tho iloori at the windows at tho chimHo stepp d from tho comer ney phiC whero he had been talking with Maxey to the center tablo and began very caio fully to put his suigical instruments back into tho eiso from which ho had lately rcmo ed them When he had com pleted tlits tak ho closed tho box with a sudden map ami tiiiim to tho artist with tho positive eneigy of a man who has thoroughly mado up his mind said Maxey you aro crazy His emphatio manner roused tho young man fiom his stupor Fiom tho moment w lieu ho heard tho key fall from its placo on tho insido of tho door its ho tried to open it everything had seemed to him liko tho illogical haphazard hap penings of a druiiii If ho had acted with promptness amHigor in tho emergency ho had dono so lnechanically in a sort of instinctive fashion without re- Â¬ flection After assistance had anived and tho imuudiato excitement was over ho went about in a daze Tho physicians sharp tone mado him start Ho lifted his eyes from tho floor unclasped his hands which had licvii folded behind his back and passed his p ilm over his throbbing forehead I believe you aro moio than half right ho murmured Tho blow was so Eudden and unexpected that it crashed me Lamar you havo always been tho best of f i lends Wo wero boys together 1 know you w oulilnt deccivo mo uliout a matter of this kind Tell mo tho truth at once You havo guivo fears for Ellen No I havent returned Lamar quickly I hao no fiars at all Sho will be herself again with proper euro in three days Dont imagiuo fiom that thero hits been no danger It was a ter ribly narrow escape a terribly narrow escape ISieapo from what fiom whom You said just now that I was ciazy Lamar becauso I gave uttcruneo to what seemed to mo tho only iissiblo suspicion a man could entertain I como home find them alone and I infer that tho poor irro sponsiblo creature had indeed fulfilled your piediction and brought terriblo trouble upon us And now you say Impossible tho physician inter Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For onco tho stoical Lamar loit his Tilt lllUKKII TAlTIt noon Sho did fit you will forgivo mo for speaking of it You believe Maxoy that tho imbecilo pulled tho ends of tho handkerchief your bister wore Did tho imbecilo ulso lock tlio door Muxeybtopped ai abruptly in hii wall as if ho hail suddenly encountered n wall TJiro wai complete silenoo for full a minute and thai tho artist spoko in a dillercut tone I niu acting likoa lunatic ho bald quietly I havo too littlo system I only tuko in half tho situation mid ig nore tho other half Thero is a signljl eanco iu that lwked eloor quito other perhaps than I lird imagined Wo each jumped to a conclusion We undoubted ly aio both wrong Lamar I am going to Fcaich tho homo Will you como Â¬ Â¬ too Â¬ Annette did not do it Annette could not havo dono it MiiM y seemed olectrillod Ho glanced around tho loom with an air of suspicion and excitement Then with eharaetcris tio impulsiveness ho soixsl his hat and coat Lamar who had been watching him with u look of jrrh o eoncei u in his hand some features laid his hand gently ou his shoulder What uro you gol to do Do I am going to tho police I am going to havo this matter investigated at onco I He stopped short umazod by tho ox pression which ho ivv in tho physicians face No Julian Maxey not if I can pro vent it Tho surioiti earnest gravity Iho utter solemnity of Dr Lamars speech and maimer frightened tho artibt What is it Lamm For heavens Bake what aro you thinking about I cannot toll you hem Lot mo sco you in private A neivous trembling took Maxoy nil at once Ho did not know why Ho led tho way to tho front of tho house Thcio was u dim light in tho parlor Maxey did not turn it up lio sat down closo bosido tho physician oil u sofa Lamar did not seem to be his way clearly to what ho wanted to say mid after a mo- Â¬ ments siluico Maxey spoko up excitedly i nei os some thing on your mind Lamar I kuow it There is boiuething which you know and I dont know so serious that you hesitate to tell mo of it No said Lamar gravely I know nothing which you do not luiow much less in fact than you ought to know I only deslro that yon shall stop to think beforo you act You huvo not told mo every thing Uooel heavens hownm I to toll yon ovcry thing Wo must question Ellon I had ruther not question Ellen Maxoy was silent from astonishment Jt ttni the icctailc oj hl iMcr My dour boy said tho physician in Maxey thrown down across her bed a uro 6l Ik handkerchief twisted about her neck a low and not wholly steady voice and her fingers clasping tho ends in desÂ¬ you suro your sister has been entirely perate energy Her faco was black and happy of luto I am quito sure sho has not cried when be spoke to her alio did not move impetuously Ilk volee seemed to awako an echo in Maxoy you know what Do troubled her I the place Maxey did not answer but ho becamo Nothing ehte bat the wind rattling tbe paneo and faintly th grinding of tear Lot to the roots of his hair Tho light tfeeiee against tlw Ntottw m the tide Was dim but tlto clwngo iu tlie artists manner did not wtcapo the observant 0ow4 otluiwi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Open tho door Open tho door Ellen Kllonl Open tho door I say Still tho bilenco of tho gravo within Julian Maxey was thoroughly alarmed by thb time Already ho had stood in tho hall ponnding and calling for what seemed an ago to him Thero was something very strange about all this Strango that Ellen expecting him back directly should lock tho door on tho in side Stranger still that sho should go out and lcao tho sick girl alone Ellen For tho last time Ellen Maxey had a momentary idea of breaking in tho door Then ho bethought himself of his bunch of keys Ho thrust ono of them into tho koyholo Ho breath ed heavily in his excitement Ah tho key was indeed on tho inside Ily dint of much rattling ho managed to push it from its placo and heard it fall with an ominous clink to tho floor After mauy ineffectual trials ho picked tho lock Tho obstinato door yielded nt last to his touch Ho ru hed in It was totally ciaric ovcrywiiero jjo loit las way ro tho sitting room Tho only light was tho dim glow of tho coals in tho grate which told him nothing Ho blindly groped his way to tho center table whero ho knew thero was a In tho obscurity ho struck matchsafe against a chair and overturned it It fell with a startling crash and in tho in stant of its concussion starting as it wero out of tho ury sound itself ho heard again that low tremulous utter nuco that was neither a moan of pain nor a plea for mercy but akin to both just as ha had heard itlxmio on tho bitter wind from tho darkening sea that night on tho nx ks nliovo tho surging of tho waves Thero was something in tho cry that complsely unnerved Maxey It had always been his terror Now liiton siflcd by tho circumstances it assumed tho potency of fato itself His hand trembled so ho modo several futile at Â¬ tempts lioforo ho could striko a light Finally the slender shaft took flro and blazed up Maxey touched a gas jet In tho glaio that followed ho saw tho gil they called Annetto sitting roled in white upon tho edgoof tho littlo bed in tho nlcovo room wringing her hands in the old nervous fashion her fearful whito faco turned toward him her dm k eyes regarding him with dread Uut it was not this that chilled him to tho heart that made tho color fado from his lips till they wero ashen It was tho spectacle of his sister Ellen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Us His manner was so much moro calm than it had beon that Dr Lamar fult io lieved of a great responsibility Yonhao recovered youiself Max cy ho suitl Dont Iobo your head again at tho first now tuin iu affairs Maxey accepted Ihorubuko quietly You aro light Eustac I eloloso my head too easily Dul I hao lecovcred myself now Meauwliilu lam afraid wo havo lost very valuable time Dr Lamar ureiso with a now light in eyes posed jMisitively Then you think That somebody may havo been hero in my absence This seemed n positively luminous idea to tho physician Bad as tho ultoi native viii under tho ulxcumstnuces both men would bo glad to accept it Novel thdcssLimar said doubtingly Do you hup ct unybody No Is thero uny powiblo motive To kill my sister Iu Gods name how could thero bo What enemies havo you Nunc thank Uod Lamar sighed AftiT nil was thero much plausibility in tho artists bugge-s- tion All at onco ho turned upon his friend with a new question Maxey nro you suio you havo not been lobbed Maxey started I was thinking of that very thing myself I havo not missed anything but I havo been very much excited ami What Is thatt possibly possibly Lamar J sco it all Wo went out and tho thief who lnd papci which I was very anxious to keep been watching his chanco crept in All and which Ellen was quito us particular was dark hre and whilo ho was search about I left it hero On tho tablo Whet ing for valuables ho alarmed Ellen who do you make of it Lamar What would was iisleipou tho bed Sho thought per you do I confess I am in tho dark But I haps it was myself returning and called to him To oavo himself ho sprang upon am very certain you want to savo that her nnd choked her When sho becamo scrap of paper and to keep tho event iu mind If not now tho day may como motionless ho ran mid locked tho door porhaiw to make hiuoof noticing inter- Â¬ when it will supply a most important rupted or letter still becauso ho heard evidence As for now I would suggest that you question tho peoplo in tho mo coming iiiid was afraid Ho then concealed himself iu ono of tho rooms per house Maxey proceeded nt onco to act upon haps in tho very placo whero wo aro standing lio waited till ho hoard mo tho suggestion Tho physiciun after stopping a moment to exaniino his pacomo iu or till a suitable opportunity presented itself crept through tho two tient put on his hat and followed him rooms to tho door and got away unno Tlio occupants of tho floor bolow had heard nothing and seen nothiiitr but ticed Maxoy persisted with tlio determination Well done Maxey cried Lamar with something appioaching enthusi- of despair Ho found tho janitor at tho asm Yon have devised at histanlausl- - foot of tho btairs My good man ho said to him do bio theory you recall seeing mo go out with my Ho htopiwl aluuptly with on oxprcs feion of doubt His eyes risted on tlio friend tho doctor hero just after elark I do sir very woll sir door which closed immediately between It is very important that you bhould tho front parlor and tho outer corridor Tho obvious objection to your tho not gio a hasty answer to tho question ory is that tho supposed thief might I am going to ask youvery important havo escaped through this door bv sim ior u lauuro in your recoucction may ply turning tho key in tho lock It was get lis oil into troablo I hopo Mr Maxoy thero is nothing locked on tho inside was it not tho It was and i and will remain so serious in hoiiesmatter Your uro vain then Thero is until I got tho loiuiro to bring a lock- - I biuitii hero 1 fix it I twisted tho key something very serious tho matter Did uiiiuuiuiut uHMHiiiriiuy anil Homing you sco anybody alMint tho hall uftgr my depart uro will disleslgo tho stump No sir NovorthtlejH Maxey tried tlio door It You aro turo was securely fast I am bwauso you Dee I was going This being tho only means of gottimr into tho outer hall except by tho door down collar at tho time to look after which lod from tho littlo vestibule bo tho furnaces mid I staid bolow thoro longing to the suit n pusbagowuy ox- - for an hour No sir I uui forry1 cant holp you but I havent Keen anybody tending the width of Miss Maxeys sleep ing chamlx r uud connecting tho largo Thats tho fact of it sir Id havo ro rear room with tho back parlor Maxey mombercd it if I hack I dont forgot naturally saw no objection to his theory cosy even littlo trifles liko that Now bo far Out of this prlvuto hull wero thero was u friend of yours hero this thrco doors beoideii tho outer door ono morning asking aftor you mid I could ro peat tho wholo circumstances opening at ono eudlnta tho sitting room Repeat them ploaso baid Maxoy another at the other extremity into tho i rear parlor ami tho third at tlio back quickly Tlio man camo hero to tho foot of tho into Miss Maxeys chamber It would havo besjn easy for tho intruder with 6tairs Its too much iroublo to go up this ample provision for his purposo to ho said but havo you been my friend Mr Maxoy today I have I saiel How havo cbeuied observation until a suita is ho looking was his next question bio opjKirtuntty prcseuted for his gafocs Lookiug lino sir says I And that inI capo from tho suit Maxey liegtui his search of tho prom valid of his that girl tltoy found ou tho lues by looking uuder a bofa and behind rocks how is sho comiug on At this point tho Janitors faco be- Â¬ a bookcase From this thorough begin ning ho went on in a most careful and came troubled uud ho looked a little confused methodical mam or pc cplug into closet opening drnwera to iwextain whothor their coutuits 1 id b uu dUturUwl and 70 MC CONTKUKI kuvlngUv tuot uuvUltul be ttewitiouo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 As is well known it is only through courtesy and ill filiation of strict rules that any ono is allowed to witness tho You sin at tlc idea Hut proceedings of tho English parliament if you arc a sufferer from If ait ill natnrcd iiiemlwr chooses to call out at any time I spy strangers tho Dyspepsia galleries must Ihj immediately cleared Ami Indigestion try a bottle ami be Â¬ This custom of course has become ob- foro yon liii o taken li ilf a dozen iloio Eolete and of Into tho Indies who can you will intolunlaiily think and no go anywhere elno Iu Westminster whero doubt uxelalin visitors aro allowed through their es pecial champion Mr llyles havo enThat soothing olTeet j a magic deavored to securo tho samo privileges touch I Hoods Sarsaparilla gently rolativo to admission to tho membors tones nnd strengthens tho stomach gallery ns tlioso nccoideel to men anil dlgcstlio organs Invigorates tlio Iu n recent declaration lieforo tho liver creates a n Utiral healthy deslro liouso of parliament Mr Herbert Glad- for fool ghiM refreshing eleep an I stouo stated that tho exclusion of ladles In short raises tlio heilih touo of tho entlro system Itcincinbor from this placo was based on tho ralo Sarsa- - enforced by successive speakers that women cannot obtain admission to tho house In former times ho said between 1070 and 1778 tho occasional prcsenco of women iu tho gallery bolow tlio bar was permitted Notico havimr on Feb J 1778 been taken that stran gers wero present the ngers who Hoods Pills euro liver UN ccnutlpatlon wero men withdraw f IlioiisiiPisJiiiiulkesltklicailaclielnillBCStlon icuco to tho bergeaut-iit-arm- s T ides who filled no carelessly thrown nsido nrticlo un- tho gallciy oxhibitf biieh perbovcring reluctance to comply with tho order that explained Tho se arch was fruitless Not an atom of evidence to substautiato they interrupt d tho business of tho Sinco that ladies tho theory advanced by Maxey could bo liouso for two hoiiM discovered Doth men wero disipiiointcd havo nover been allowed to sit within that part of tho liouso nnd thoughtful when tho tour of invesMr Heilcrt Gladstones statement tigation was finished They stoewl at last beforo tho grato ill fillesl tho English newspapers with col tho room with tho mmo and the two umns of letters on tho subject tho suircrcrH warming their hands Onco in general trend of which goes to bhow uwhilo Muxeys troubled gazo sought that tho British maid and matron pro Dr Lamars face but tho physicians poso to nsscit that they havo equal glauco was downwaid mid his brow con- Â¬ rights to witness tlio doings of tho law makers with their husbands and sweet tracted Now York Advertiser Lamar tapped his foot moodily against hearts tho fender and Fociued wrapped in a GOLD SWEATCrtS AT WORK brown study Maxey longed for somo w ord of encouragement or comfort from Ymir Iliiublu UiiRlrn Aro Liable to He his friend tho physician Ho had tho Dollar Light greatest confidence in Dr Lamars care- Â¬ A startling discovery was maelo iu tho fully consideied opinions but this timo snbtrcasury tho other morning and as a tho physician did not bceni to havo any result nil iicoplo aro warned against tho opinion to offer 20 goldpieco us tho sweater is nt Suddenly Lamars attention was work again caught by an object lying on tho heartli Cashier Stout received a sack contain- Â¬ btono Ho stooped nnd picked it up ing 5000 in gold coin from a bank ou Havo you been burning paper Max Third street As usual ho weighed each ey pieco beforo accepting it and found flvo No returned Maxoy quickly I iloublo eagles ouch 1 short Careful ex havo not omiiiatioii bhows that tlioy had all been What is th it rcmillcd Maxoy took from iiii hand tho corner Itemilliiig gold coin is tho latest trick of a ncwspaiM t with a chaired edge Ho of tho men who flud counterfeiting too scrutinized il suspiciously Ordinarily dangcious They go to a largo city and ho would havo thrown buch an object deposit a bum of money in bank and a asido contemptuously In tho present few days later diaw it out iu 20 gold emergency ho would havo examined a pieces These they put into a latho and pin if L unar had handed it to him trim off tho milling which thoy caro Havo you burned any paper in thli fully put on again gaining at least 1 grate Mrs Davis n ked Maxey of tho worth of gold iu tho operation As tlio nurse Think beforo you siicak It coin is not mutilatod but only slightly may ho a very important matter i educed in diameter tho coins aro read I havo not had any paper in my ily passed on tlio stores and iu market hand sinco I havo boon hero Tiiqtd whero money is not weighed when reeasily Kittled ceived Thoro has been n very largo picco of Tlio wifo of tho sweater makes paper burned here said Lamar in a trifling purchases nt tho stores witli whisper Sco there mid thero Tho tliein and tho good money recoived iu black ashes aro all about oxchango is robauked and drawn out in Tlio physician rtamped his foot near gold ngain Thus tho capital is kept tho grate and tho littlo breath of air turning over at n lively rate constoutly caused by tho concussion mudo a rustla growing at a slight risk of detection of light burned paper on tho floor A diligent sweater can clear from It is tho newspaper containing tho C0 to 7C a day easily Thcso aro tho story of our finding Annetto I exclaimed first indications that Cincinuati has been tho artist with gi owing suspicion a worked but from now on doublo eagles aro under buspiclon Cincinnati Times Star Hoods Sarsaparilla b Annua Meeting at the Hnmiifii nt October 2 3 4 5 OFFICERS DIRECTORS II WMiller E V Taylor V II Uodgcrs W M Fuqua TIuitJuslHitsIt Â¬ 694 I Hit Â¬ JJASJW SWEKNEY 0 II TOIin IVes V I llT IdlNU It Tyler ATKINS Tmifl VY J J J D W Slaughti r V McOulloch Q Haynes LAKliiK auj Wrrferle Very Liberal Premiums To compt to for in various depaitmenls Tho live stock will bo so anangid us io present at all times during tho fair an opportunity to view the eteck and an tx hibition Is positively assured thnt cannot bo excelled in the Rtate ljlenty of water in all depaitmcnts CMJrgg Â¬ The Speed Department Will boas animating and enjo able as any part of tho fair Unde proper rest rictions speed contests are acknowledged as a legitimate accessory to fairs tho prizes offered bting a matter of importance to tlio farming cass as it stimulates the breeding of better stock Tho races will bo under the supervision of honest competent judgrs who will enforce discipline close and fair contests and award tlio priz s only to tlioso who honestly win Â¬ exact Â¬ Floral Hall Afnple premiums nro offered and all w lio can exhibit an tiling of In Bpd t n stln this department aro Invited to do so and thus aid iu making tint exhiition fully representative and a manifold exposition of all the products of farm garden and household industry tlio earths gener6us bountyto tillers of licr soil Trials of Speed TUESDAY 1 0CT01EB 2 FlItST DAY 300 300 300 Oo Trot 230 clata Mile daali 2 i lice 2Jl clan ltunnlin WEDNESDAY OCT 3 o SECOND DAY - 4 Ttot 300 claif 5 Poco 225 clan 0 Running Thrco 7 Tro- quarter m lio daih THURSDAY OCT 259 to 300 00 200 00 00 00 4 THIRD DAY HO 00 400 do Â¬ 8 9 t- 23i claim Trot 3 jear old 5 Running One and njuarter mile daah FRIDAY OCT til ineo Frreforall 11 Trot 230 clan 12 Running Thrco quarter tnllo heata SATURDAY Consolation 11 Trot Consolation 16 Hunnlnc Ilalf mllo heata 13 K0URTII DAY 100 00 300 00 500 00 6 OCT FIFTH DAY lafc 10 i0 00 0q jog ou Â¬ Â¬ In rncca on laat day all horiea that havo not wen Brat money during thla fair aro ellglulo 10 per rent entrance feo charges on all races except Saturdays races when no entrance fco will be charged Two horaea to atari Entries for rarea poaltinly cote on Wednesday Septsmler 20 18l Premium IIU ateed prrgrimmea enlry klanka and all ither Inclination will ho furrI hel on application to tho secretary lit Oweunboro Ky Mr L I IlAEIt is lessee of all privileges J W CARTER Secretary WW A 2 BOTH BROKE THE RECORD How CongroMiian Allen Secured One Ap- Â¬ pointment Iroui President Cleveland Liko other mon of woalth and influ Â¬ ence Congressman Allen of Mississippi has his poor relations Out unlikomost men of wealth and iufluenco ho docs not turn them down Ono of thorn wanted to get tin appointment and ap pealed to Mr Allen to bccuro it for him Inasmuch as lio had boen uniformly suc Â¬ Â¬ Kl Tl WATCH- - FREE For 5 New Subscribers and Get up a club of 5 new subscribers and get ono of these watches free cessful in having his indorsements ignoied ho concluded it would do no harm to say a good word for his worthy and eminently ronpoctablo rolativo Going to tho Whito Houso ouo day last week lio shook bauds with Mr Cleveland Mr President ho said vou havo never nppointi anybody Jyo nskod you to appoint and I huvo never osked you to appoint a rolativo of mine Now lets both break tho recorek All right John sitTd tho president laughing Ill moko tho appoiutmeut Washington Post THOSE ROdUISH GIRLS t ft i 5 500 EARTH CHEAPEST TIME KEEPER - In lateroii Tliey Worried it Cur Conductor Until lio ltelBiud IIU Job Ono of tho bhortcst of Now Jersey politicians is authority for tho statement that Patcrson girls have laughed him out of a job Ho is an uuusually hand some bachelor of 32 Now Jersey winters and is known among his friends as ono of tho most bashful men in tho state After tlio legislature adjourned his political friends got him appointed con- Â¬ ductor of a Patorson trolley car All would havo gouo woll if tho silk mill girls hadnt got talkiugabouthimamoug thoinbolvis Their attention was at- Â¬ tracted by seeing tho good looking lit- Â¬ tlo conductor jump up to ring tho bell or record a faro This though only mod oratoly funny at first grow iu humor as each girl becamo conscious that other girls wero watching him as thoy roelo on his car from day today Thoy called him Shoity among thcmsolvcs and soon it camo about that if his car con taimled any silk mill girls they all smiled iu unison whenever n faro was rung up At length tho bashful bachelor conHo was ad fided his trals to u friend vised to hold on to his coiiductorship through tho hard times Accordingly ho smothered his feelings for a time Ono day tho travoler got off tho trolloy wiro and ho couldnt reach tho ropo that hangs from tlio arm Tho car was standing still ami it was full of girls who had nothing to do but watch tho littlo conductor Every timo ho jump ed ami missed tho ropo tho girls laughÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ American Lever Movement It will keep accurate timo of order and in every way faction It is an American of which has never beon nil Ml Requires no Key wtjej M hf- - sucli terms Secure five now subscribers to tho -- give entire satis- Â¬ Watch the like offered before on Will not get out ft r - BRECKE1MRIDCE - NEWS r And securo ono of tbesn WntMmo MUHim R imrmmmmmm A student of Bradstreots jdmmimmm 8 - 1 f f 1 lias boon investigating fail- - fc E m uros and finds that about 80 per cent of business houses that go to tho wall aro those that do not vortise Nowspapordom ed ard This was too much When the mouth ended ho uotlfled tho railroad company that ho was going to loavo to take a job at his former trade Patorson StandÂ¬ Hacou and Ham liacou uud hum is n combination now attracting much attention iu Georgia Tliis combination is composed of Colonel A 0 Daeon who is canvassing for the United States swuoruhlp and Colonel William J Ham kiwn as the suolly gOMter orator who earuetfly urges tlie taiwa ot Mr St0o Atlanta Letter IH HE ad- - 3d 3 3 3 Vj 1 t V I W 38 P I J aaCtViJiJifi j K - - ftll T W THE BHROKRNR1DGR NRWS OLOVRRPOHT KY ATTORNEY AT LAW OLOVKIUOItT KY Office with Gus Brown News Darld It Murray one do r abore Poit onVe Breckenridge WUDNIiHDAY AUGUSTS 1811 Notice to Subscribers lir dale on Hip label Inillcilm Hie time In in pilil Iliia irvc Willi h your nulneilpllon liotli il n ncelpt -- n cxpimllim nolUc cvtry Kxamlie the ilatc prlnlul nllir your week hunr on the margin nf lliln iaier anil Mc If It n currcit II not correct iilrniie tnlrt us know If jour time li if exiiiml plcinc renew at nnrv 1 m LOOAL BREVITIES For milk toast go to the City Bakeiy For tlio coldest beer go to tho Pahco Saloon Wedding garments for August brides at Sulzers Fresh crackers and cakes just received at tho City Bakery will cause no domestic trouble if you Irado at Sulzers It Laces and July a natural combination of dress at Suzers A private and personal matter tho 4 J j m rt K fluo summer underwear at Sulzers Tax on whisky is twenty cento higher per gallon no rise at tho lulace Saoon Wanted regular and transient boarders Mrs Molly Jolly the old Bassett House STEPHENSPORT The trend of trado is tonnrd Sulrers because tho value and bargains aro there Miss Ota Biggs is visiting in Troy Ind Call on Dr W B White at tho tap Mrs Hello Fife is very low with typhoid per House and liuvo your teeth exam Â¬ fever Tho little folks on tho sick list are ined Grover had good success Ashing again Etsio Biggs and Edgar Fife Miss Emma Mosely left for Hartford last week he got his bait at the Palnco Saturday where she will teach in college Saloon Misses Pearl and Nona Prrgo who Ernest Henderson and MrsJoclJordan visiting relntivis here return Â¬ near Irvington are both down with ty Â¬ have been ed homo Saturday phoid fever Tho Lotus Bathing Club lias been T F Sawyer has moved into his new meeting tuieo a week ami will continuo residence on Houston street and is now during the season living e zily at home Miss Annie and Nut Fullcnwlder of A refreshing zphyr was created dur- Â¬ Alton spent Saturday and Sunday with ing tho heated period by Sulzers breezy Mrs Clins Watlington price reduction sale Miss Grace McCoy of Nortons In Mr J I Ueverloy will closi his tobac Â¬ firmery Louisville who hits been spend Â¬ He turned ing u few weeks varation at home return Â¬ co warehouse this season ed Tuesday out about 100 hogshead Mr Jas JL Lay and daughter Bur Dr Cottrell will preach next Sunday nice of Gas City Ind who havo been forenoon tho 21 instance at tho Metho guests of his mother for ten days return dist church in Tobinsport homo Sunday Torn Morrison got his chin severely ed The Misses Uena and Ella Smith of cut at the Clovorport brick plant ono Miss Daisy Watlington of day last week by a falling plank striking Ekron and Union Star are visiting their aunt Mrs it Holaud Watlington The moonlight picnic at Eastland lark A party or rather two crowds spent last Friday night was largely attended quite a pleasant evening Thursday on and cvery body seemed to have a good tho river part of them stopping at Mr time McCans in Home to cat melons Gus Brown has moved his law office Tho Donkey party given by Mr and into tho ofllco room with Hon D It Mrs Vaughn tho 10th was qulto an en- Â¬ Murray on High street just above the joyable affair and the donkey was bless Â¬ postoflieo ed with an over supply of anecdotes Hay rides havo been quite tho thing This is the season for economical pay- Â¬ wero entertained in ing in tho carpet rag and curtain lines as tho crowd Sulzers mako special rates to suit tho lower bottom last week by Mr Dutschko and in upper bottom by Mr and Mrs season and the times A negro boy at tho Iatton brick works Dix Visitors aro too plentiful entertain- Â¬ ono day last week had a thumb nearly ments too numerous and gay times in mashed off by falling down and getting general too great not to havo a few items his hapd under a push car from our city hence for old times sake Lightning struck Jas M Tools house wo write near Custer last Saturday night His Misses Florence and Minnie Williams House and contents wore destroyed by of Evansville Ind who have been tho Ho lost every the uu which followed guests of their sister Mrs Chas Wat- Â¬ tlnit ho led lington left for home Tuesday alto Jeff Ill Popham has bought B H Williams Haynes saloon ort Wall street liconse Protracted meeting will continuo in fixture and all aid do took full posess the Baptist church from tho regular lor last week Mr Ilaynes will probably appointment on tho First Sunday in n Into tho Eamu buriness in Louisport September Bro Martin has been called Mi Samuel Joluibon of Illtes Hun as pastor and accepted has lough Md Temples Eastland prop The apron party given by Mr and erty and will move to town He also Mrs Frank O Ferry the 7th though at last week raded a fine mare to Dr S B a Into date must bo made mention of as Adkisaon for a lot adjoining that bought all left feeling better by having been of Mrs Temple preseut Refreshments wero served Come in sit down read tho papers Mrs Holand Smith was called to rest yourself and make yourself at homo Evansville last week by telegram to tho Sip a glass of ice cold beer if you wish bedside of Mrs O A Brantlng noo Miss or refresh Yourself with any other pala Annio Bassett who was very low bat tablo drink or take none atall just suit we trust to soon hear of her recovery yourself but come in M F Popham Mr and Mrs J D Jarrett on Friday Mr W L Beavln went to Owensboro the 17tb gavo a few hours Hevelry Saturday to take several barrels of whis That was qulto an entertainment music ky out of bond that ho had bought somo and charades wore tho main attractions time ago Ho was anxious to save that sherbet cake aud grapes wero served at additional twenty cents on tho dollar 10 30 and all after having a good time that will be placed on as soon as the now left at a late hour Those prebcnt were Misbcs Hena and Ella Smith of Ekron tariff bill becomes a law Measrs Carlt Tito citizens of Cowhcel are digging Miss Daisy Watlington a public well on Oak street near Third Richardson Hubert llruner and J T This is what has long been needed in Miluer Union Star Misses Florence Â¬ that section of tho city and tho city pro- Â¬ and Minnie Williams and Mr Jeff Williams Evansville Dr D White Messrs posed to furnish tho pump if the citizens would dig and wall tho well Tho sub- Klrby Forest and Frauk Blaln Misses scription is about complete lyid so will Georgia Hawkins Georgia McCubbins Messrs Gordon ami Grace McCoy tho wellbe within a few days Brown McCubbins John Moorman Gen P Watt Hardin was a passenger Crawford Mr and Mrs ltobt Vaughn on tho West bond train last Thursday Mr and Mrs H A Shellman Mr and enrouto toOwensboro to debate with his Mrs Frank O Ferry Mr and Mrs opponent for the governorship of Ken Â¬ Holand Watlington Mr Jas Lay and tucky Hon 0 M Clay He says that daughter Burnlce Gas City Mrs S K ho regretted very much that ho was un Â¬ Hank1 and daughters Allieno arid Veva able to ho at the Minor picnic and would of Pen and Misses Pearl and Nona Per havo been there had ho received tho no rlgo Cloverport tVco in time Ijiwn Feto given by Mr ami Mrs Mr Harry Weaver lias moved with Andrew Crawford on Tuesday 11th was his family to St Cathorino Ontario one of tho grandest affairs of tho season Mr Weaver is a fine machinist and has A prettier and more romantic spot could been ono of the best mon at tho Texas not havo been found where old and machine shops in- - this city for two or young could havo enjoyed thenuol three years While his many friends ves as much Tho entire grounds were here are sorry to loso the pleasant com Â¬ lighted with lanterns and tho brldgo panionship of him and hjg family they that crossed from ono portion of lawn to ftre pleased to know that lie ia to apoept tho other with tho lights spottod hero good position iq his new home and there made a picture iu itself not lrniifltlii Vauf V j WUHVHH Kaniuittnn aava an onto easily forgotten three ages wero present HWBllHW t rlnment at the wharf one evening lat one hundred and twenty in all and mer- Â¬ week and of tho many so called floating ry was the romp and song of tho little opera s that visit this place it was poI folk sin their weavely wheat inarching lvlv the best A large audienee m round the levy hide and seek aud other hhwI greeted the players and the p games Lovely was the coupling off of tho pkuee was frequent and loud Mr young folks the sound of the guitar with Vreneh was not with the show a he has tbeloye song the croquet games Then the tae boeta now and is on the old one on group of older ones in quiet eoAvereatlon Mississippi No 1 This is No a a e they watched the scenes before them boat fwfetdU anpHeit ia the largest and fine wad this like a stege with the actors purpose Mrs French Uttfeepoa HJreUwto were served and VJ tbaif of this boat eod the euter near uiWoIht the crowd dispersed fel Ti n nm Him iliiiiiiiliimn thl mli to be lotig iBK thai this xm aa eveai reineutbefMl end cherished vtN how to plesae m her hatband Â¬ Tho pty train will bo down Friday Mro Jtito Hardin isimprovlng rapidly Summer hats in straw and felt and correct shape at bnlrers To nalk upright and bland nilh digni Â¬ ty before men you should wear Sulzrs easy fitting shoes ltead the announcement of the Dav Â¬ iess County Fair Company iu this lactic Tliy have ns usual nn Interesting pro gram PnplmuiH is the nicest mid mint coin fortahlu million in town The hcM of re freshing drinks Drop iu to see mu M F Popham Hev L W Hose diocesan evangelist of tho Kplscopnl church will hold scr vico iu tho Nkws building on Sun Â¬ day August 20th at 11 a m and 8 p m Cordial welcome to ono and all The residence of Mr EJwiu Icuho ar neariig completion is the finest lust arranged and decidedly the costliest over erected in Hancock county Tho whole town seems to bo alive to the spirit of progress and improvement and is now iu a bi ttci condition than it has been in many years llawesvillo Plaindealer Lincoln Hlchards of Uaston Hancock county was in town yesterday Hesajs tho crops are in mighty bad shape in Ids section Corn less than a half and to- Â¬ Wo think Linbacco not a good fourth coln had just returned from a Hcpupli can Convention in the Second district and was a little blue because he failed to get his man Jolly in Â¬ Â¬ NO WILL FOUND HOLT Mr Richard Carter was out Inst week buying up hogs KdwardHeldel went to Louisville on business Tuesday Henry Dick went to Lotilfullle on a business trip Sunday Mrs Barbara Gray of Sargo Is visiting her mother Mrs John Pieiee Miss Maggie Fella of Indianapolis is tolling her brother C J Fella Mrs W I Holt and daughter Mary went to Washington City Saturday Piof Vineyard of Trenton Ky is tho guest of his daughter Mrs W I Holt Miss Ella Ahl of Cloverport is spend ing a few days with Miss Mary Weather holt Mr and Mrs Will McMlllcnol Llreno Oklahoma arc guests of Mr Virgil Har din and family Matt Rhea colored who has been an Invalid for two years past was taken to tho poor houso Tuesday W D Wolf of Louisville aud Miss Mauie Kelly of Owensboro nro nt Mrs Hattlo Smiths Elmwood Miss Nellie Burks who has been visit- Â¬ ing relatives iu Ixmisvillo for sovcral weeks returned homo Thursday Â¬ Â¬ PERSONAL Arthur Hoard waa In the city last wck Hon Tlce Jolly waa In tha city Saturday Mr O F Mattingly wont to Owemboro lait Friday Mill Mayuia Griffith will lilt In Owttiiburo thli week Mra Klltti Taylor of Hototln la vliltlng retatltea hora Mm Jnniea lnllnnn returned from Owena burn laat Friday John Wllktrsonnf Ioiilnrlllr epent Sunday with hti mother Mr David Stanclln of St Touls Mn la here vlaltlng hla wife O T Sktltman and W S Downier spent Sunday In Ilrnndenburg Judge Milton Board of Hardiniburg waa in the etty tait Thuriday Mils Mamie Taylor of Ilenderion la the gueat of Mr and Mra J 1 Beverley Mlaa Mollie Ferrla of Loulivllle ipent Sun day with her aunt Mra Jaa T Miller Mr M It James of Louisvlllo waa the Elicit of D S and J A Cully laat week Mlaaea llthel Oefze and Llnnle DHuy spent a few daya In llawesvillo laat week Mtss Satllo Miller of Washington City la the gueat of her sister Mra A A Lallolst Miaa LIzite Newton of this city will visit frlenda and retatlvea In Owcnaboro thla week Geo Oglcaby of Daviess county waa hero last week visiting his brother E I Oglesby Mr Leon McQavock waa in tho city laat Saturday making hla regular commercial trip ta at the Dr W II White of Louisville Nnppcr House He wilt remain until Saturday Â¬ Hoirs at Law of tho Lato Jurigo Holt Petition tho Probato Court For Sottlomont The fallowing WitHhiugtou dispatch to tho Courier Joiiinal explaltm Itself Wabiiimitov August 0 Special -John W Holt of Texas Washington I Holt of Kentucky and William CI Ster retl of this city as heirs of the lute Judge Joseph Holt havo tiled u petition in the Probato Court praying for a settle Â¬ ment and distribution of tho estate of tho deceased who is stated to havo been an undo of tho petitioners It was sup posed that Judge Holt left a will divid- Â¬ ing his estate between favorite relatives but so far no will has becu discovered The petitioners state Hint tho real estate of their uncle nmounta to between thirty aud forty thousand dollars aud that tho personal tstato is oven larger 00000 of the latter being in District of Columbia 3 0 bonds which wero found in an old satchel discovered in their uncles house Other personal estate includes 2000 of 6 per cent bonds of tho city of Louis- Â¬ ville o000 of 4 per cent bonds of tho samo city four 0 per cent bonds of the District of Columbia of a par valuo of 100 sixteen bonds of the Belt Lino rail- Â¬ road worth each 500 2J0 shares in the stock of the National Bank of Commerce in New York and two notes valued at 11000 aud 12000 respectively a largo library household furniture and a horse and vehicle The entire estate it is said is worth about 111000 and as Judge Holt died leaving no widow children or descendants of children tho estate in tho ab- Â¬ sence of a will will bo divided between relatives on his fathers side It Is said that ho refused to recognio many of them and returned their letters unopen- Â¬ ed It is therefore behoved by pome that ho left a will Judge Holts broth- Â¬ ers and sister wero Bichard S James J Thomas Robert S and Elizabeth The latter married William Sterrett tho father of ono of tho petitioners who has a sister entitled to a shnro of tho estate with I11 Tho two brothers James J aud Hichard S died unmarried nnd Thomas Holt dud leaving ono son Washington D as his solo heir Robert Holt had six children at tho time of his deatli in tho District of Columbia These aro Sarah John W Locke Robert Thomas ajid James Ho also had a grandchild by a deceased son Joseph now fifteen years old and residing in Sherman Texas Mrs W II Bowmer of this city is the sister referred to above aud comes in for one sixth of tho estato which will amount to about 25000 Ed Â¬ bric-a-braÂ¬ 111 A STUDY IN ECONOMY AT SULZERS The vacation season I Ins been a trying one on your X CHILDRENS CLOTHING Sulcrs can relit the school children for the new term at very little outlay to you and start them off for study bright and fresh Just as the summer days of heat and dust have been on your own Mrs Dr Long of Louisvlllo cflmo down Thursday to spend the remainder of the summer witli her mothcrMrs W Now Minor Mr Walker Board who has been at Paducah with the Slate troops for sever Â¬ al weeks is expected home Fritlay or Saturday Tho peoples party ticket wo suppose is a good ono but wo are sorry to say their votes will bo few and far between around here Mr Eugene Giliiland of Preston has been engaged to teach tho public school at this place Oct 1st is tho day set for commencment Mrs T J Mlnary and sons of Louisville aro spending their summer vacation with her parents Mr and Mrs J G Siepliens at Addison Tho following persons wero visitors at tlto Tar Springs Friday Misses Nannie Adams and Annie M PiyneToblnsport Miss Lydia and Mr Elmer Boultinghousc Addison Misses Magie Willie and Ktnma Ahl and Ray Dyer Cloverport Mrs J II Weatherholt Miss Mary Weatherholt Jesse Weatherholt Marion Weatherholt J E Black and Allen Black Holt 10 Â¬ Mra Hello Lldcr of Owensboro was the guest of hor mother Mra lllder last week Mlaa Ora Alexander returned Monday night from the Cincinnati college to spend vacation at home Mr Qil W ltoth formerly of thla cltv but now of Indianapolis Ind la here on a visit to frlenda Mr Arch Hopper gueat of hia brotocr and Monday Mothers KathLers Trade at a5 Who are worn with the duty of caring can easily induce for the romping youngstcis of Louisvlllo Percy Hopper was the Sunday Mr S W Cocke of Memphis Tcnn ar Â¬ rived last week and will be tho gueat of Jaa R Sklliman Mr Joe David Hrasbcar of Ierry county Ind opposite Addison was In the city Saturday on business Iter Sam C Dates and wife of Monroe Ohio aro tho guests of their undo and aunt Mr nnd Mrs Noell Mr and Mrs Wash Turpln of Jeflerson county visited Mr nnd Mrs John W Koblns at Sklliman last week Capt Holand went to Louisvlllo yesterday to accompany the corpso and attend the funeral of John H Summers Misaea Tula Greenwood and Eunice Mat- Â¬ tingly were the gucata of Miss Florence Lewis last Saturday and Sunday Misses Flora Smith and Minnie MoMaban of Cannelton Ind were the guests of Mlaa Maggie Farber laat Sunday Orfila DeHaven of Owensboro came up laat Saturday to aee his brother Wick who was hurt in the wrock over on tho branch Mr and Mrs C D Sklliman were visiting Mrs Sklllmans paronts in Morganfield last week and attending the Unlontown fair Mr Chat Martin another bioyellst from Louisville Is at the Heyser Houso for a few week training on the Cloverport bicyclo Â¬ Â¬ To save miney which they will do if they Sulzers 33xjTfc anotheFwreck The Branch Locomotivo Flies Tho Track and Wick DeHaven is Slightly Hurt Thero was a wreck ovor on tho Har dinsburg branch last Friday which from first reports seemed to bo a sovero and fatal ono Wm Sahlie was enirineer aud Wick DeHaven was fireman Both these gen- Â¬ tlemen aro from this city tho latter beiug a son of Judgo John It Dollaven and as tho first dispatches reported that young Dollaven was probably fatally hurt there was considerable excitement created hero by tho news Fortunately however tho wrecli was not a bad one tho particulars of which being about as follows Tho train was running along at a slow rate of speed when within about ono mile of Harned a flange on ono of tho wheels of tho locomotivo broko This caused the locomotivo to climb tho rails and fly the Irack Sue ran only about fifty feet on the ties when sho tumbled off tho grado and ran her nose into a bank Tho first thought of fireman De- Â¬ Haven was that ho would jump to savo himself but ho could not do it without 5avn tXCtHC Your Own Price Ginghams of all styles all brands and all colors for ALEX KICKED SAVOYARD Oar Congressman and a Courier Journal Washington Correspondent Have a Scrap Â¬ truck Yc r Â¬ Â¬ The St Louis Globo Demecratlast Sat- Â¬ urday contained a special dispatch from Washington that is of interest to tho peoplo of tho Fourth Congressional Dis- Â¬ trict Tho same was not mentioned iu the Louisvlllo papors but nevertheless we give it to our readers as a pieco of news without comment Tho Newman mentioned in tho dispatch is Eugeno Newman tho noted Sayoyard of the Courier Journal Following is tho dis- Â¬ patch An episode not down on tho bills oc- Â¬ curred yesterday in tho lobby back of tho speakers chair at tlo Capitol Rcp sontativo Montgomery of Kentucky was sitting on a tablo swinging his feet and talking to Representative Ellis when an employe of tho houso named Newman approached Eye witnesses of what oc- Â¬ curred say that Newman applied an op- Â¬ probrious epithet to Mr Montgomery and that thereupon tho later raised his right foot aud planted the heel with such force in tho pit of Newmans stomach as to put him in great pain for a time Representative Ellis and others Interfer- Â¬ ed and Newman was led from tho lob- Â¬ by Mr Montgomery says that New Â¬ man in addition to being an employe of tho house is also a correspondent for a Kentucky newspaper and has misrep Â¬ resented him in his correspondence in regard to the distribution of Kentucky patronage When Doorkeeper Hunt learned what had occurred ho discharged Newman at onco JAMES E Judge J A Murray It over at French Lick Springs for a fow days to recuperate his health which has not been tho very best for some timo Mr and Mrs Edwin Hodge of Henderson sail for Europe Sept 1 Their many friends In this section wish them a safe and pleasant voyage Messrs J E and O W Wilo of Paynes ville passed through the city one day last week enrouto home from a visit to relatives In Hancock county Mrs W D Holt and daughter Miss Mary went to Washington City Sunday Sho was called there by tho Illness of her husband Judge W D Holt Mr F J Ferry Mrs A A Lallolst and Miss Jennie WarQeld returnod from the Tar Springs last Thursday afternoon much Im- proved In good looks and good fooling s per Yard taking greater risks than staying with tho englno They wero in a small cut and when ho got on tho steps to mako tho lea ho could not sco anything for dust and steam and a jump under such circumstances might mean instant death About this timo tho locomotivo turned off and DeHaven was caught between the tender and cab and slightly injured in the groins Tho wrecking train was Immediately sent from this city with Dr S S Wat kins surgeon of tho road on board Dollaven was brought homo on the west bound Texas train that night and ho is now rapidly recovering from his injuries Tho ongino was brought down next day and placed In tho shops for repairs Tho damago sustained bo causo of tho wreck was not extensive GOOD MAN Even the nice French Ging- Â¬ hams which havo sold at 15c a yard arc bound to go for the same money Come in and get a pattern before it is all gone Respectfully GONE John II Summers Superintendent the Acmo Brick Works Died Monday Â¬ MATTINGLY Misses Stella and Cleona Weatherholt who hare been visiting in Louisvlllo and Jeer Bonville for several weeks returned home last Saturday accompanied by their aunt Mrs Capt Ryan The following Cloverport people are now out at the Tar Springs Mrs J E Keith Kov and Mrs J A Lusk Mrs F N DHuy Misses Veva Miller Llnnnle DHuy Ora Alexander Dessle Hambleton and Meaart Fred and Joe DUuy Mrs Alfred Oelie and daughter Ethel and sons Amil and Walter for- Â¬ Mr James U Lay of Gas City Ind merly of Stephensport this county was In the city last Thursday circulating among his old friends It ia gratifying to their many friends In old Ilreckenrldge to know that he and Eugene Haynes aro making a reasonable suc Â¬ of cess out of the Misslsslnnewa Hotel of that clly It It alto pleasing to know that Mrt Ilaynes health which had not been good for tome time before the left here is much ImÂ¬ B P Beard HAKDINSBUna KY Co SQS43 SS3ffiN3S33JJ lfemg3S3E proved THE STORE Dry Goods Notions Furniture Carpets Mattings Oil Cloths Hardware Glassware Chinaware Tinware Shoes Groceries Mr John II Summers died at his After a Long Illness Departed This homo in this city at 2 oclock p in Mon Life at 3 oclock Yestorday day August 20 Mr Summers had been a citizen of Clovoiport comparatively Morning Mr Henry F Catsan Deputy Clerk In the United Statet Marshals office Loulivllle bat been the guest of Mr John Vest a few days leaving yesterday for Cerulean Springs Hop speaking only a short timo Ho came kins county Mr Cattan bat proved himself hero from Louisvlllo at tho starting of to be so competent that he hat held bis pott Mr James K Mattingly died at his tho Acme brick works about two yearn Hon for twenty four yeart through all the homo in this city at i oclock yesterday ago Ho held subordinate positions till chhnget of administrations morning about ono year ago when ho was made A very heavy rain with somo hail fell Mr Mattingly had not been In good superintendent of the works This poÂ¬ at Irvington Saturday night It was health for more than two years Two sition ho has held to the general satis- Â¬ purely local and did not extend but a yearn ago ho was stricken with paralysis faction of all concerned being woll liked miles in any direction from the and for several weeks it was thought by botli his employers and the mon who few placo It came in tho shape of a water- Â¬ that he would die He partially recov- Â¬ worked under him About two weeks spout there it is suld and flooded the ered howovor but was nevor ablo to go ago ho was taken sick with typhoid fever ponds and did great damago to tho crops about as before tho stroke He was con- Â¬ and whilo ho was a man of splendid fined to his room principally though physique he was not ablo to stand the Wm Ashby is ono of tho farmors re aside from his inactivity ho was not sick ravages of this droad destroyer siding near Cloverport who lias moro About ten days ago ho was taken sick Ills bedside was attended by his than ono way of making monoy Bo of typhoid fever and died as stated above brother Henry Summers of Louisvlllo being proprietor of tho celebra- Â¬ Ilia remains wero interred in tho Mc and everything was done that might sides ted Highland Nursery and posessing a Gavock cemetery at 3 oclock yesterday tend to alloviato tho suffering of tho sick good vineyard ami orchards witli a varieveniug man but to no good effect His remains ety of fruits ho has several kennels of Mr Mattingly was in his DOth year and wero taken to Louisville yesterday for ferrit These aro great rat extermina Â¬ waa an honored and respected citizen interment te rB and lie sells them for 1 each Last His father and mother Mr and Mrs B Among the many recent additions to 5 has forty Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tmmmmmmmn To buy goods reasonable is the store for you to go to We only advertise what wc mean and do Try us and then be your own We arc selling all our Judge Summer Goods nt cost for we do not want to carry goods over from otic season to another Visit our store and purchase some of the great bargains Old 4 3 H 1 t Reliable Store Neff Kagin GUSTON KY J Mattingly i 4 tflml Mattingly are both liv- Â¬ ing and atteuded the funeral of their son They are respectively 70 and 78 A large concourse of rela Â¬ years of age tives and friends followed the deeeaeed to the gave A son Thos Mattlugly wlto is in Miseippl guts telegraphed hut did sot arrive in Hese to be preeeiit at the funeral of Cloverport citizenship John Summers was one of the most desirable and the sincere regret of hie early demise ia gen Â¬ eral He was a good kind genial gen Â¬ tleman as a business man hewas prompt straight and exact in every respect and the universal expression is a good man He was forty years old and kgone hmveftH widow and two anvtU rhidreij M year they wero odd on bauds and watch their antics all the rats from many they may be He now It is interesting to One ferret will drive auy placo however UiUiWUUUUUUW vok nvspuisiA lWWkepWt JUu GetiulMbM Mil Htatk aiul ciwt r4 IIm on yrnppvr w Mr Den Schauk el Maine ImI wm Hev 8am O Betes preached in the Baptist church and Dr JB Cottrell in in the city yesterday lie saga Uuwe the Methodist church last Sunday night will he no fair at Koine Utie year Both had large and attentive audiences Our Gem Sbiik hvre arrived cWee -- t fthlrfttir mnwnyl PfOVf t i iMwjiwbb vk tWwF s T wmmeaamm mmm uPT5Warv3 vfxi 6 Highest of nil Leavening Tower TH Latest U S Govt Kerott BRROkMRlfiGE bo fanned by any breczo RoYal Breckenridge News 2L 1891 Baking SIROCCO ABSOUUTELY PURE sm i wwmw Jim Arnold and Will Osborne aro WEDNESDAY AUGUST stumping the county in tho interest of the Third Party Womans Love Mr Jim Urown and son Loin of llock Thoy lovo too much that tile for port aro visiting Mr llrowns brother 1roverh love Mr Marshal llrown In the little rose wood casVet llov Duncan colored of tho Baptist Which U retting on the stand persuasion hailing from Hardinsburg is There a package of old letter lcnned by a cherished hand holding n iliceting at Prospect Hill Will you go and bring them titter Miss Emma Withers of fr tildraugh Head them oer to me to night i and Miss Buttle Hamilton of near I haye often tried but could not For the tear that dim my tight Brandenburg visited Mrs Nancy Ilayncs the th inst Come up cloter to mctiter Let me lean upon your breast Jimtnie Cain fell from tho roof of Mrs For the tide of lite It ebbing Joe Woolfolks new barn lost week And t fain would be at rett result a broken arm and bruised face Head the letter he ha written He whoie voice Ive often heard Ho is getting along very well at this Head them over love distinctly writing That I lose not een a word Prof Courtney of Falmouth Ky de- Â¬ Tell him titter when OU ce him livered an interesting address on the That I never ceased to lote subject of education at Oak Grove school That I dying prayed to meet him In a better world above house Tuesday night the 7th inst He Tell him that I neer upbraided with Prof 1 S Boherts of Kkron are Neer a word of censure spoke endeavoring to establish n college in Though hit silence and his absence which all branches will be tauglit for My heart had well nigh broke less money taking tho cheapness of Tell him that I watched hi coming board into consideration than any col When the moon tide tun wat high lego yet advertised Ekron is tho place And when at eve the angel Ilt their sta light In the tky where they expect to establish this -- that chanced to play out over tho water Wo found seals down next to tho stage and thorn wo sot and sot and sot and looked at that beautiful Switzerland scenery on tho back ground the footlights lending en chantment to tie view until wo imagined ourselves nomads in that far nway Ill mo and when thobnnd pealed forth In pathos My Old Ken tucky Home there was nstart ns if sud Â¬ lenlf denly awakened from a dream Ing our situation wo shifted our position and settled down for another look at that same back ground Dick Nevitt seemed to discover something fresh in the scenery and called Henry around and whispered something in his ear- - Henry took one moro lingering look at the bark S P Wool folk ground and retired Ho soon got enough of Switzerland with his family made several attempts to leave tho boat but every timo theyd start out one of tho manageis would come around and clj em to please bo seated well have a change of scene directly Patch hed sattlo down again but that buck ground hadnt moved yet It was Switzerland when when wo went in and Switzerland when wo camo out Well nil know Switzerland tho next time wo sco if and French will never stop at Brandenburg again when a big meeting is in progress Â¬ Â¬ g Â¬ Â¬ MEWS OLxOVElPORT K1T saWi tmmi tmmmommmmmmmmf GREGORY CO ANNOUNCEMENT WHARFMASTERS i - -- - tafaiMj iltftiaM Asia Hardin Accopts tho Nomina- Â¬ tion Tor County Clork on tho Pooplos Tickot But l LO v r CL0VERP0RT - KENTUCKY Alio Wholes la and Hetail Dealers in v fe J Yellow Pino Flooring and Coiling Shingles laths Lime Hair Cement Brick Blinds Status That Ho Is Unablo at Tho Present Timo To Mako a Canvass A Can Be Relied Upon start out on a Columbia you come home on it The fact that it isjmnnuible to ascertain the quality of a bicycle by a casual cxattiiiia SrnhTg tion ftlinuhl r sufficient reason tor biiylnn a wheel with a reputation There ii no wheel that Im lioen before th tmblic so long none thai stand or ever stood so hish none no well cuarantccd none whose cnninnirc U n culicixniiil ml c liberally interpreted none so safe to buy as a Columbia When you Doors Sash and Sole Agents for isifc yt and all kinds uT Building Material Homos toad Fortllizero Bono Moal and Troy ircmtljr 1 STRONG LETTER Orders accoiupantned Oiled with the onsh SrN Wcycles LoiiiiuroKv Aug 13 1801 To My FkllowCitiyknsof IIitKcKBNitiiHiu Coun ty Having been nominated ns a candi BANK ov V 7H Â¬ Â¬ Willi Colnmtilas listed at Cfttilorne frte it car jrtnclft or nuUfal for twu 3 cetit fUinj 125 few riders will tie so unwise as to lnyest ii lower arads Ayirs Pills euro headache Send n Co - et stamp to Dr J C Ayer Lowell Mass for a set of theirattaactive album cards GUSTON And when I saw he came not Tell him that I did not chide Hut that I ever loved him That I blettcd him when I died When in the grave white garment You hae wrapped my form around And have laid inu down to slumber In the quiet churchward ground llacc the pictures and the letters Close against my pulseless heart We for years have been together And In death we may not part am ready now dear sister You may read the letters oer I will listen to the wordt of hlin Who I neer shall see no more And ere you shall have finished Should I calmly fall asleep Kali asleep in death and wki not iilitlr siMer do not wicp SUpliensport I Ky rJiigcMlion Olovrrport 1iiim1i that whining nhout love fatl thee lust it like fato bo Nothing Strange Intelligent people who realize the important part the blood holds in keep ing the body in a normal condition And nothing strange in the number of diseases Hoods Sarsaparilla is able to cure So many troubles result from impure blood the best way to treat them is through tho blood Hoods Sarsaparilla vitalizes the blood Â¬ Miss Bona Smith is visiting relatives at Stcphcnsport They say we are to have a new milli- Â¬ nery establishment soon Our hustling merchants Nellife Kagen school report business on the increase Mrs Julia Morgan nco Simmons after Mrs Maude Adkisson is visiting her months of patient Buffering succumbed to tho dread life destroyer typhoid fever grand father Henry Cain near hero Aliss Hclhii Pollock is visiting tho at 4 oclock Tuesday morning tho 7th E Bryant of Brandenburg Her remains were interred in New High- Â¬ familj of land cemetery tho following evening fol- Â¬ Henry W rather and wife of Falls of lowed to tho grave by a large concourse Bough aro visiting relatives near this of friends It is end to be with death in blace any of its phases and painfully ead to Our operator enjoyed that box of can see one cut down in the bloom of man talopes hugely but refused to name tho hood or womanhood severed from the gallant donor pleasurer of this world ere life has be- Â¬ MibS Clara Adkisson who has been come a cross rushed into the silent sick for several days is now able to re face with the in halls of death face to post ollice evitable ero wo are ready to say not sumo her duties at the Several of our young people wero tho will but thine be done Wo ex Â¬ my tend our heait felt sympathy to the guesbt of Miss ICva Cairigan Wednesday and all say they had a delightful time bereaved relatives The young musicians who wero tho Day after dav we think what she doing In those bright realms of air guests of Mrs Polloi k and son Wednes Year alter year her tender steps pursuing day evening treated us to somefl no mu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Behold her grown more fair Thus do we wilk with her and keep unbroken The bond whicli nature gives Thinking that our rcmcinberance though un Â¬ spoken May reach her where she Iles sic F M Oaborne and II It LuGrund who aro employed by the L St L T pridge Supt were at hoins a short while lloous Pills are tho best after dinner pills assist digestion prevent constipation Â¬ TOBINSPORT Tobinsport comes again Messrs Chas and Alex Ahl here from Illinois Mrs Blanche Shaw of Louisville is visiting here Charley Louesch isijuitc sich sick villi fever at this writing J D Urashear and family of Ituck Kun aro visiting here this week Quite a lot of young folks attended tho barbecue at Addison last Saturday The storm some two week ago did a right smart of damage to some forward corn Miss Zella Simons it is said will take a course in music at Louisville in the near future Water melon time bos come again and brought with it an abundance of the delicious fruit The Methodist church is under going repairs with a new stand and some other additions Miss Nannie Taylor returned homo last Friday from a visit to her uncle JJayard Taylor at Chrisnoy llov McNaughton of Franklin Ind preached at the M E church Sunday and Sunday night Miss Kate Weatberholt Marlin Cock rell and Jim England have recently pur Â¬ chased new pianoes The Prohibitionists aro holding meet Â¬ ings in different parts of tho county in tho interest of their party Eli Leaf and family with a host of others havo returned from Illinois to make this their future home Miss Vina Clark of Owensboro who lias been visiting relative here returned home last Saturday accompanied by Mrs Wood Weatberholt 0 P Polk and daughter Etta and Miss Jacy Polk attended tho Ulackford Association near Pellvillo last week and report a large crowd in attendance Owing to tho failure in tho applo crop it ig said that Cass Whlteheud has lied to the mountains to buy clicstnusts for the firm which ho has served so long Mrs Mary Ioyal will leach tho ad- Â¬ vanced room in our school again this winter and Henry I ainb will take charge of the bady department as usual Gardner Agnow and Jim England takes advantage of the low water in tho Ohio and ferry their horses byswimming thorn Go away with your steam ferry now Mr Till F M Leaf candidato for Assessor lias a young cow that ho says trives seven of milk a Pirty fallons I think bIio day yet reachgood will tho highest record made Jflsa Druzil Payne of Cannelton came up hut Friday and it is thought that some of the widowers and bachelors aro having pains in the region of their heart eiBH she came Politics to very quiet in this county now but wait Ull the weather in a little eooler ami you will see the candidates lumber out from their hiding places like from a burning barn rt iX This dato may not bo the last day of all time but it is positively tho latest dato that you can rent an Electropoise for two months for five dollars All orders received on or beforo this timo will receive prompt attention all new instruments Dont delay until the last day beforo making up your mind take Ono of our advantage of it right now patrons thus aptly expresses himself Tho Electropoise has cured me of neu- Â¬ ralgia indigestion and a complication of other ailments which hail so completely wrecked my nervous system that my life was a burden I had been sick for twenty years 1 realize that Tho Elec tropoise is a propelling force in natures store house for sutler ng humanity It is natures remedy whoso healing efTect is so silent bo sure and yet so mysterious that it is justly termed tho wonder of tho ago Fifty page book free giving full par- Â¬ osity Bev Cooloy said that from tho time ho ticulars Address DuBoisct Webb 000 went down into tho liquid depth until Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky ho was resurrected therefrom his wife was a widow She didnt have timo to The Governors Canvass put on mourning beforo tho old man Tho Governor of Kentucky expects was breathing tho vital uir again didnt Jack Gross and Ike Qulgley to diet havo timo to realize tho loneliness of him to tho United States Senate widowhood until she and tho old man Ho requires tho Adjutant General to wero walking tho paths of life again to- resign that ho may appoint Senator gether separated only by n creed a Gross in his place arid strengthen him souse a back slide into tho Ohio politically river see Bev Argabright said at Ho appoints Ike Quigloy to tho Court church that nlgtit that for about hours of Appeals us bis next political move duriug that day Brother Cooley was not Mr Qulgley is an agretahlo gentleman a preacher Guess the old gentleman with some legislative experience but thought ho was in it when Brother with no knowledge of the law Ills Argabright soused him under tho water training has in no sense fitted him for Wasnt Frenchs Floating Opera im tills position and the appointment Is a mensoV Wo started to Brandenburg to serous blunder church Saturday night but when wo Tho people will resent such a course reached tho hill this side of town heard The bench should not bo dragged into a calliope right then wo hud serious politics Its relation to tho people aro doubts as to tho preacher getting a ser Â¬ so Intimate and Important that It should mon down us that night When wo ar Â¬ never bo used as an Instrument for ad- Â¬ rived at tho church wo wero almost vancing tho political ambition of any persuaded to go in then tho dovil man Louisville Post whispered in our ears No telling when youll havo another opportunity to tako Appointment Not Justified in a show you can go to church all next iov Brown opens his Senatoral cam Â¬ So wo drovo on by tho church week and when wo descended tho hill wo wero paign by appointing Mr Ike Quigloy tempted to hide our horse from tho to the Supremo Beucli Mr Qulgley has gathering storm and go buck to church Birvedtbo Governor very faithfully in tho LcglBluturo but neither his proilVs About that time Ed Alexander spoke up blonal attainments nor his public for and said Jim aint you going to tho vices justify this appolntmont show Mighty good show I cxtect It Is purely personal and political and That settled it we tooker in Tho first reconciles ono anew to the electivo Ju man wo saw when wo boarded tho bout diclary Louisville Post was Dick Nevitt He had Ukeu roserv ed eeaU for himself and family on tho Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder north BiU of the boat where they would WotUt Awrd second-bless-ingist Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 llev William Cooloy who has for 110 years expounded doctiinal theology from the Methodist pulpit has succumbed to tho Baptist faith He severed his con- Â¬ nection with tho M E church South Sunday morning tho 0th inst at Cold Spring it being Bev IC Argabrights regular meeting there by relating an experience derogating modern sauctiilica tiouits or second blessingists in no measured terms and going down into the clear rippling water of tho Ohio at Bichardsons Landing at - oclock p in and being immersed by I jv Argabright who it seems had been baptised into the Methodist church some years ago by Bev Cooley and afterwards embraced tho Baptist doctrine Bev Cooley claims to havo been forced from the fold of which he had become a member in his infancy by harsh treatment from latter day sanctiflcatiocists or is the term ho seems moro pleas ed to use but as much has beeu said through the columns of tho News in re gard to later day saints Ill refrain from inditing bis experience in full suf Â¬ fice to say he handled em without gloves and caused tho tears to trickle down Siroccos faco like rain drops vanishing from tho roof of a house They had a call meeting Sunday at Cold Spring for tho purpose of attending to business regarding ordination Mes sengers were appointed to visit other churches and Tuesday after the second Sunday in September was set for tho time to administer the rights of ordina Â¬ tion at Cold Spring Those who mo de- Â¬ sirous of seeing how preachcis aro made will havo a chance to gratify their curi- Â¬ Â¬ Tuesday evening Prof Shacklctt wife and children ac Â¬ companied by Miss Clarkson who will attend tho Prollossors school left Thins day for Hardinsburg L F Parrott of Sumter N C who lias Henry been visiting his father-in-laCain has returned to our littlo town where he will spend a fow weeks with Mrs L W Adkissons fumily Dr Baxter had a nice garden destroy ed by cattle jumping tho fence and de Â¬ classes This vout ing every trace of vegetation Study tho political Issues of the day is bad when vegetables aro so scarce but that you may vote intelligently and our genial doctor is making the best of It that you may at nil times bo able to in a good natured manner give a reason for the faith that is in Â¬ dato of tho Peoplos Party for County Court Clerk of Breckrnrldgo county by a mass convention of that jwrty hold at tho Court house in Hardiusburg on Aug 11 1801 nnd being unablo at this time to mako n canvass I tako this method of presenting myself to the people of my nativo county and asking them for their m operation and support in bringing about my election to the odlco for which I havo been nominated I did not ask this nomination nt the bands tho Peo Â¬ ples party neither did I expct it but that whicli is required of me at the bands of my partythat will I do though I make a sacriiico in so doing In ac Â¬ cepting the nomination for County Court Clerk I do so fully conscious of tho fact that there are seemingly unsurmounta blo obstacles to ho overcome beforo success can reasonably bo expected but the timo of revolution is upon us and no ono can tell with any degree of certainty what changes will tako place in a few weeks or months to como I wish to say to the people of Brecken- Â¬ ridge county that previous to tho year 1880 I was proud of beirlg known and recognizd as a Democrat but in tho fall and winter of that year I rtceived some political education in the hall of au F M B A lodge that served to bIiow mo the error of my way and since that timo I have afllliated with tho Peoplos Party and to day I stand squarely and emphatically on the platform adopted by the convention which male mo a candidate and which appeared in tho columns of the Niwn Inst week J heartily and earnestly endorse every sentence contained in that platlorm believing ns I do that tho enactment into law of principles contain Â¬ ed tlieiein nro necessary to tho Interest and welfaio of the great common people who are tho bono and sinew of tho nation who under any c re u instances produco the entire wealth of tho country and yet who under existing laws and conditions enjoy so fow of tho liberties comforts and blessings that should and would bo theirs were justice done 1 ask tho people of this county to read our platform earnestly and carefully study the principles it advocates then candidly and with an unprejudiced mind compare thoso principles with tho prin Â¬ ciples and the policy that havo been pur Â¬ sued by the several administrations covering tho last 20 years and then align yourselves witli that political party which in your opinion will best protect tho interests nnd liberties of the laboring Â¬ Â¬ POPE MFG CO Boston New York Chicago Hartford HAEDINSBUHG Capital Stock 825 000 Surplus 7 600 President WILL MILLER Vice Preildent B P BEARD M O W WrdlA If If W Agent Cioverport Ky II BEARD Cashier -- ltraln ower Headache WaketulnoM dieaeiucti9 NlKhtly KaiifAlonB NerTOtifr L8tMnnliuoa iiveaniturninBnDU iufhui pimcnii ueuerniiTU vryatia ui euaer nexcauscu ulsntnwhlcUleudtolnarmUr Consumption or Inrnultr Can be curried la ven pocket V 1 per box a f or tiS by mull prepaid Willi n SI order no arlTe n written Biinrnnteo tocurnnr refund the tn inev Sold br alt drujrltn Akforlttskn mother Write forrrei Jlfldlril llnnksentRealed In plain wrapper Address N Kit VJIHKtU CO MntonlcTempleCulCAUO PursalolnClorerpurtKrbrA It FISH Kit undbr C C MARTIN Druggists MANHOOD nervous RESTOREDWeftkMpruorjIxuflof tocure ail SmS 1 BEARD - Dire lor MORRIS ESKRIDQE R M JOLLT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSIT Have Your Work Done 1 Right work at am now prepated to do lirst cln hard time prices in llrlcklajinir and Plasteilnp Ii you are going to hae any work done in my line call on or addrets me at lrvlngton Ky AMtnilT SCIIINDLEIt m - m Breckenridge Normal College s Will begin its second scholastic year Tuesday Sept 4 1894 3300 Will pay all expenses for one term of ten weeks There will be four terms of ten weeks each and one term of 1 1 e4 -- gEJ3lg My1 eight weeks jiMj- - rn m COT Tuition 800 per term in advance Board 1000 per month every thing furnished Address R P SHACKLETT President non HARDINSBURG KY RE3E2i33Eot Died Aug 7th Mrs Mary Emma Foushco in the 5th year of her life She died in the full triumph of religious faith prais- Â¬ ing the Lord to the last Sho leaves a devoted husband und five children to mcurn her loss The deceased was a daughter of Rev M D Pumphrey near West View was a devoted christian and member of the Methodist church at Brandenburg Ky She was burled at the family gravo yard of her father-in-lnJ W Fousheo near her lato homo in Meade county pal you September 1st the Last Say ttir HWhI Should you decide in favor of the doctrines nnd principles as enunciated EKRON in the Peoples Party platform then I S J Brown went to Louisville Friday ask you to rally to the support of that Mr J K Urauilett returned from Al- Â¬ party by giving your influence and your suflrago to its candidates of whom I am ton Ind last Sunday Mr OII lMaufonljof Uniontown Ky ono Leaving these matters with you for was In town Saturday Mr J D ltalibago of tho News was your kindly consideration and thanking you in advance for any favors which in Town Friday evening for n short may bo shown me I beg to subscribe time The Kkron String Band went to Can myself Obediently yours nelton Ind Saturday to piny for a moon- Â¬ Asia M Haiioix light ball Marvelous Results Miss Suslu SciiinfliToof JeirL raonvillo From n letter written by Bev J Gun Ind is visiting Mrs N B Dowel near dcrman of Dimondale Mich wo are Kkron this week permitted to make this extract I liuvo Miss Mamie Daugherty will leave next no hesitation in recommending Dr Tuesday August 21 to visit her brother Kings Now Discovery as tho results nt Jethsemlnco College wero almost marvolous in thu case of my Mr Charles Stlth mid little daughter wife While I was pastor of tho Baptist Nellie of lrvlngton wore visiting Mrs church at III ves Junction sho was brought Alice Brown Saturday and Sunday down with Pneumonia succeeding La Miss Kdlth Montgomery nnd sister Grippe Terrible paroxysms of coughing Miss Miunie of Louisville nrrived Fri Â¬ would last hours with little interruption and It seemed as if stie could not survive day to visit Misses Mattio and Jennie them A friend recommended Dr Kings Boberts near Ekron Miss Mamie Daugherty returned from New Discovery it wn quick in ite woik and highly satisfactory in results Trial Muldraugh Thursday evening where bIii bottles free nt A B Fishers drug store bad been visiting Miss Mollie Withers She reports a good time 00 Begular siz j 50c and AVo arehnvlngoneof the most distress Â¬ Madeline Will Act ing drowths hero ever known by theoldest Madelino Pollard will go on tho state citizens We have not had any rain Site bus made a forty wcoks engagement bIuco the mi dlnof June Cropsaroburn with Nelson Boberts formerly of Daniel i ig up cisterns nil dry nnd the people Frohmana companies Sho will open nre being put to great inconvenience in Chicago in October in a play with a even to get water to drink strong emotional character which will 12 A Smith went to Louisville Friday givo lieran opportunity to display what- Â¬ t burchasu a machine for drilling wells ever talent she may have and that she We hope now the citizens of Ekron will has some sho proved on tho witness not stand In their own light but will go Sho will draw well for u while stand abend nnd hnve n good public well put The manager of tho Lexington Ky down in the most convenient place for opera houso has made Mr Boberts a nil the town handsomo oiTor for an early engagement While Bob Sturks a colored man work Llko Mrs Langtry Mrs Potter Sullivan and Corbett she will havo crowded lug for Mr Blnnt Shncklett was cutting Â¬ houses not because she is expected to bands at a threshing machine near Ekron last Friday a belt broke striking do line acting but because her notoriety him In tho faco bruising him severely will draw tho curiosity 6eekcra Ex His wounds were dressed by Drs WIN Would Soon Smash China lett and Shacklctt If tho Japj aro as long headed as thoy Not Always the Same aro roputed to bo thoy will mako all It is considered very vulgar to ray haste to organize an Amazonian battalion port wine or sherry wine In Eng Â¬ among tho sorvant girls of America land no well bred persou speaks of either Few warriors could beat them smashing aa anything No but port or sherry China N Y Herald well btjed Frenchman on the other hand Tho shah of Persia cirefully treasures would speak of wines except aa vin de m heirloom in the shape of a smull cube champagne1 vin de grave vlnde of gold literally covered with oriental bordeaux This la one of the many In Â¬ letters and characters It Is said to have stances in wbleh the good manners of fallen from heaven during Mohammeds one oountry are the vulgarity of another Hipe Nw York Journal 1 WL Douglas KS yil CUfltEr WllvbNOSaUCAKIN 5 CORDOVAN FftrNCHoENAMEUDCALr ISTHEBCST 35P poLICE3 Soles VsWsHssWl 3P FINECAlf KANSAR01 2I7J BoysschoolShoes LADIES tf rjesTPONGOi WL DOUGLAS EXTRA FINE S iTABLERSDII BUCKEYE OINTMENT A SURE rillU CO V sWsBROCKTON MASS You can are monrr by purcliualuii VV Im Douulna blmei Dtcauf e we are the largest manufacturers of advertUed shoes In the world and euarautce the value by stamping the name and price on the bottom which protects you against high prices and the 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