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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fgrJ73rpwfF Mpr vsr - v r wjtwj V P IfTyRWr Pim r t r tj Tp V f 5 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIX THE PILGRIMS They Arrivo v CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY for four days I roads that were practicable for bicycles Not only has he no Indeed they have already entitled them illness ofnny kind hut ho U nlatlvoly wives to thn national gratitude Taking strong po that he can mount n ehntr by all their achievements together it may hlmclf in bis library to take down or to be said that they aro at present ouu of put back books which arc in tho higher Is Not a Toy or Plaything But a the most promising ngenries of civiliza rows of tho bookcase tion In the United States N Y Times Vohlclo to bo Used for Tho most surprising quality of tho The people quickly rerognlce merit Popo is his excellent memory Ho re Business- and this is the reason the sales of Hoods iniinbrH even tho slightest details of Snibaparilla nro continually inert using very distant events Only tho other day Hoods is on top for instance ho was telling mo that in As Well as Being a Most Enjoy- 1811 fifty years ago when I o was Nun YELLOW LAKE cio in lielgium bo was ordered by Dr ablo dntl Bonoflclal Health Wittcruwen to take tho hydropathic W E Rhodes went to Glendeano euro under tho care of Dr Trias After Giver Monday tho cure tho weather being warm ho Uncle Manual Lucas is very low with went for the baths to Ostoud where the typhoid fever sea being always rough bo used to feel IT HAS COME TO STAY great pleasure in feeling the waves about Mrs F K Rhodes and little Lillian his limbs Storms nro on tho sick list HIS DAILY MFK Mr Georgo Lewis of Kirk visited his There are still n good many good peo- Â¬ Ho rises at half past six or Beven in who will consider it ns odd and out daughter Mrs Adalinu Rhodes last tho morning says mass and prayers and ple of character that the President of the Wednesday has his breakfast at eight oclock which Miss Luelia Wheatley spent n few days United States should intrust a messago consists of coffee or chocolate and milk to tho Governor of Colerado to tho first with friends nnd relatives hero last week rolls Then ho holds audiences nnd re-Â¬ of a series of relays of wheelman who nro Como ngain Miss Ella ceptions and at - p m has his dinner of endeavoring to establish n creditablo rec Â¬ Mr Bill Frank has recovered from tho a little boup and n very small piece of ord for a journey on bicycles from Wash- Â¬ chills nnd is now seen nt his old accus Â¬ meat and fruit After some eonrersa ington to Denver Tho wonder eomes tomed place among tho ladies as jolly tion with tho prelates of his court ho from tho assumption of tho good peoplo and polite as ever sleeps for an hour then reads and stud- Â¬ that bicycling is n mere sport and tho ies takes a walk in tho Vatican gardens We nro glad to say Mr Joe Parson is bicycle a mere toy That was tho truth getting along nicely after his lingering ond at eight has his supper or so called perhaps oven ten yearg ago but certain Â¬ illness supper as what His Holiness consumes but sorry Mr Mooro Parson is ly it is not tho truth now Tho bicycle in a week would not servo another man now n victim of that much dreaded fev- Â¬ of these days is very much more than n for n day He studies again reads the er typhoid toy which it required an nthleto of high newspapers until half past eleven or Miss Ona Mullen after n pleasant visit training to operate and which was good twelve when ho retires for the night for nothing except to be driven with with Miss Mlttio Fraizo the past thrco I assure you continued Dr Lap weeks returned to her homo in Owens great poni that if no great unforeseen disease upon speed around n cinder track or boro last Sunday accompanied by Mr the smooth asphalt pavements of a comes the Pope will live to bo over nine- Â¬ few cities Tho modern bicycle is n vo- Â¬ Sam Gates of thnt city ty years old I go to Bee him usually Misses Julia and Luln Rhodes enter- Â¬ hlclo a practical road mnchine whereby twice a week and on Sunday always tained afhomo last Sunday their littlo Â¬ upon decout roads any able bodied perVery often ho then lets mo know that cousins Misses Mary Mattlngly of Kirk son of either sex can with n short ap tliero is no reason for going until tho Sudio nnd Mlunio Rhodes nnd Mnry prenticeshiplenrn to cover at least three following Sunday Tho telephone be- Â¬ Â¬ Mnttingly of Axtel tween my house aud the Vatican enables times the distance- that could be trav The men of this neighborhood had n ersed in tho samo time on foot and with me to know at once in case of need Hut no more exeition than is involved in terriblo conflict with lire last Thursday strange to say it is very seldom the which originated in tho cyclono woods walking Vatican that calls me generally ns tho Comparatively few peoplo who do not below AV E Rhodes by some ono firing other evening it is Cavaliere Manfroni It seemed for themselves ride wheels aro aware of tho n gun hero as supposed tho police inspector under whoso charge nwhilu nil must perish before it as the complete revolution in bicycling that has tho Vatican is and who at any filso been made by tho introduction of tho timber grass nnd every thing was so dry news of tho Popes not being well does modern safety machine Tho danger of and dead nnd there wns a blrong wind hot give mo rest for a moment asking nt a header which was very imminent but by good management nnd hard work all times what is the truth so as to bo with the old high wheel is now almost thoy succeeded in keeping it within its tho first to report to tho government eliminated from tho exercise More limits nnd no great damage was dono nows about tho Popes health N Y Misses Mittio Fraizo and Maggie than that tho modem bicyclo can bo Herald propelled over nny road over which n Rhodes spent a most delightful day tbe 15tii at tho beautiful home of Mr uud horso ought to bo compelled to travel BIG SPRING Tho block pavement of cities nnd the Mrs Lon Glasscocks where thoy wero We had a fine rain Saturday night tolerably level and tolerably even dirt treated to an excellent dinner some of Quarterly meeting was held here Sat- Â¬ roads of the country which wero im- Â¬ nicest melons of tho season and oh such urday and Sunday practicable to tho old wheelare perfectly delicious ice cream Mo thinks I can Mr John B Carter went to the Mam- Â¬ practicable to tho now Tho introduction taste it yet To tho kind host aud host- Â¬ ess for such genial hospitality wo ox moth Cave last week of bicycle corps into European armies Miss Mary A Klinglcsmuth of Noble where the conditions often causobicyclists tend our sincere thanks 0 T is the guest of Mrs A R Morris to travel where there are no made roads at It was with sorrow wo learned of tho Miss Margarito Scott of Hardiusburg all attests tho enormous difference be- Â¬ death of Mr Hilary Buckman who died Is visiting Mrs A II Morris of this tween tho modern machine nnd the of typhoid fover near Stithton Hardin county tho Gth Inst Mr Buckman was place old fashioned toy a most estimable gentleman and the Mr Bob Jolly and others from Bewley Â¬ Bicycling has now become a most enhusband of Miss Tula Mattingly They villo attended quarterly meeting hero joyable and beneficial form of exercise Sunday in which everybody enn take part who wero united only a few years ago with bright prospects for their future but ore Mrs Sites and Boawell of Henderson can take any activo exercise whatever their pleasant career in lifo began it end- Â¬ county nro tho guests of Mrs E W and wjtb no more dangor than attends Jones tiiis week any other form of activo oxercise More- Â¬ ed by one who dooth all things well V II Strothor Dr of Louisville is over It is a practical and useful modo of We extend our heart felt sympathy to visitiug his mother Mrs Hester Stroth locomotion which has heretofore bcon tho bereaved wife whilst we trust tho er of this placo used mainly for exercise and pleasure soul of tho departed has past from n Mr A X Kincieloe traveling sales Â¬ but which may be used for ordinary dreary world Into a blissful eternity man for Grannan Shuttleworth was in travel with an immense gain in time The Discovery Saved His Life town last week inoneyand health for those who practice Mr G Caillouetto Druggist Beavers Mrs Bettio Whitehead of Vino Grove it To Dr Kings New says was organizing a Ladies Foreign Mission- Â¬ Peoplo who nro not bicyclists do not vllleIll Discovory I owe my life Was takon ary Society Sunday sufficiently consider the public benefits Â¬ Mibses Harrel Kinkead and Kurtz which tho bicyclists havo already con- with La Grippe and tried nil tho physi havo returned homo after n very enjoy ferred The invention of a vehicle from cians for miles about but of no avniland ablo visit at Miss Ruby Millers which tho trotting sulky has borrowed was given up and told I could not live Dr J R Hopkins of Vine Grove was devices that have reduced tho mile time Having Dr Kings New Discovery in my hero last Friday extracting and filling of trotting horses by four or fivo seconds store I sent for a bottlo and began its Is only ono of theso benefits and not the use nnd from tho first dose began to get teeth His work is very satisfactory Big Spring baso ball club played Vine greatest Nobody who has occasion to better and after using three bottles was Grove Saturday The following is tho see tho country roads of New Kngland up and about again It is worth its score by innings and tho Middle States can fall to notice weight in gold Wo wont keop Btoro or Get n frco trial at A how very much bettor theso roads are house without It 12 3450780 R Fishers drugstore 7 2 2 2 0 7 8 2 4 12 provided with signposts and guides to Big Spring 3 3 113 2 0 12 025 the traveler than thoy were n few years Vine Cirovo HAWESVILLE ago This great improvement is entirely The Meeting1 at Goshen llalmlcalcr tho work of the wheelmen In many There was more sickness iu Ilawcsville Rev W 11 Rutledge says of the meet- Â¬ cases perhaps in most tho work has ing at Goshen It was one of the best been dono by tho wheelmen nnd tho during the past month than known be- Â¬ meetings over held with that church signboards bear tho monogram of their foro in years Moat all of tho sick aro There wero 18 additions 14 baptizod league When this is not the case it n ow able to bo about Governor Brown thinks Jack Gross one by letter and three await baptism will be found that it is the examplo and Since wero four heads of families bapt Â¬ the precept of the wheelmen that have can pull him Into tho Sonale There ized two of whom wero brothers from shamed the rural communities into con- Â¬ Jack has beeu seen in his proper llgM 35 to 45 years of age One of theso men sidering and providing for tho needs of he couldnt pull himself into a consta- Â¬ had gone so far In opjwsjtlon to the gos Â¬ the traveler for accurate information of bles office with a derrick Col Bill Minor oi Breckenridge is pel that he had come to be considered where he Is how he is to get to his des- Â¬ almost a hopeless case by many in tho tination and how far away his destina Â¬ mentioned as a probable candidate for But tliero is no tolling tion is The wheelmon havo similarly Commissioner of Agriculture If Bill community what can bo accomplished by special stimulated the tnapmakers insomuch had let politic alone apd devoted him Â¬ prayer aud earnest preaching of tho gos- Â¬ that whereas ten years ago it wns dlfil self to fanning theso many years ho pel Bro W K Cullom did tho preach Â¬ cull to got a good portablu map showing might now havo known soinetbingabout ing In power and demonstration of the tho common roads of any part of tho agriculture For twenty years a continual ttrcain spirit Ono of our oldest and most sub- Â¬ country It Is now easy to nrquiro such a members spoko of Bra Cullom map of almost nny region that is attract- Â¬ of lino tlmbor has poured into Hawes stantial vlllo fromHancock county and it isstill There ive to to tourists us being a matter workman These nro important material services coming There seems to be no end of it more harmony manifest d than I was have pom in any community for many but these services are of small impor- Â¬ nnd jet the county is smal Everything possible is being done to tance compared with the agitation fur yi ars good roads in which ngitaUtion the make tho burbecue on the 8th of Sept aillLDllEN WHO BUFFER wheelmen havo been the most constant ember a great success Home of the rrom tcroiuious tkln or scalp tlls and he most Important factor Grad- Â¬ most distinguished men of the country eofes ought to hi ually the whole country is becoming will do the wlndjimmlng while the boys pi von Dr Ilercoii will loldon Medical alive to the desirableness of good roads who wore tho blue and tho gray Discovery fr Pu though very many parts of the country cat uud drink rlfylng the blood Just why Savoyard Eugene New Â¬ For children who still insist that good roads shall be bro are puny palo or vlded for thorn at the exponso of some Â¬ man whos known to friends hs an an- Â¬ Dis tweak the covery u a tcnlo body else Tho actual Improvement has archist would allow Congressman Mont Â¬ builds up already been great and there is a cer- Â¬ gomery to kick him with a largo pair of which both fleth and trrnlMh What tain prospect that as tho knowledge of Hardin county boots and turn him out la said of It for what the difference betweon good roads of ollbo at one nnd the same tlmo Is a children applies and bad roads practically means the mystery Newman besidis bohig ono equally to adult As an nnpatiiing roads throughout the whole country will of the ablest writers at Washington has ruAMUvn foil ta for a i ail road 11 tk -- I ll nnvduoi nf fllMillnil bo impoved until there is no longer whiskers that would do every organ Into nat- Â¬ any agricultural community in which a danger signal black Indian hair a fight- Â¬ and nutrition rou ural action and bring back health and boggy ditch almost iinpassablo for half er by nature aud is as big a man as Mont Â¬ strength In recovering from grippe or in eonyatacenoe from pneumonia fevers ana the year will be accepted as a road gomery It seems as if Newman should ottier wartlne disease it speedily and surely When that time comes the wheelmen have been able to Savoyard of ids anat- Â¬ Invigorate aftd bulkl up UivwlMle yyjteaa faC all dtaaaeea causal by a torpid Mver or will be entitled to congratulate them Â¬ omy but lie wasnt by a foot tmimre Uood iu DyspewiVaad WBousneiiii selves upon a result that will have ben Bakia Powder Dr Prices it It deaatt Wwrfft oroure ta every 6e so very largly due their insistence upon Mm wosey b tvtunttd WuUi Pair Highlit Nltdmt aa4 Diploma- ns nell nn now fo have not seen him AUGUST 29 1894 FRENCH LICK SPRINGS NO 6 that THE BICYCLE Tntotiso in Paris After Visiting Â¬ tho Etornal City and Lcurdos Rivalry Between French Lick and West Baden tho Great Health Rsorts r His Holiness Popo LooXII Gives Â¬ Thorn Cordial Wolcfimo and Blessing TOUCHING FiikmM Lick Ini Aug IS KSM Nkws I am here hi quest of health I eamo upon a sudden Impulse and tho pressure of fiieuds Iain glad 1 came After four days use of the water of tho Pluto Biiring I seem to bo improved I want to remain n week longer if I can Guests hero seem to differ from thoso of any other watering placo I havo seen mJoap 99XoPURE DONT ACCEPT IMITATIONS 1HE PnOCTCR CAMDLE CO CINTU MANY SCENES H The American pilgrims bound ultimately for LounlcB weru riciived this morning by His Holi Â¬ ness Thb Papal mnster of ceremonies bad arranged that they were to be re ceived all together as they dread the htiguaof a private audience for tho Pontiff but ho insiBted on receiving each separately which was n great honor and shows that tho Americans aro as much In favor at the Vatican as at tie Qulrnal At seven a m all had anived at tho Vattcan and after traversing somo mag Â¬ nificent Mail eases leading to tho private apartments of the Pontiff we arrived in a freccoed sila Tho curious were kept IniiTisled liv ttio various Swiss guards in yellow red nnd black gentlemen of the court in ditss clothes with large gold chains over their shirt bossoms noble guards etc until gloves having been order d off we passed into an ad joining chapel built by Clement VIII and magnificently hung with roso silk damask under a friize of fresco I in Â¬ tercepted Dr Lapponi His Holiness Oh doctor who greeted tue by saying ho You have come to see for jourself if tho Holy Father is in good health but ho seemed to have no fear that I should find that ho had deceived me tub topi aitiaiw Aftirwewere all quietly mated ex- Â¬ pectation rose higher and higher as tho moment approached in which many would realize tho dream of years Tliero was a quiet dinning back ol a curtain a subdued murmur and tho head of tho church Btood beforo us In white from head to foot ho mounted to tho altar and mass began I am now perfectly convinced that all talk of ill health and approaching death aro fictions Ho is strong nnd energetic with voice firm aud no more bent than his studious hab Â¬ its would occasion The man who at eighty four years of age could celebrate mass for over an hour with the thermo- Â¬ meter at Oodegiees in tho shade in in Â¬ numerable heavy robes with clear voice and firm foothold cannot bo very infirm After mass his chair was placed in front of tho altar and one by one we advanced It was a touching scene and Toiie well worth coming thousands of miles to particapte in Tho momingBun shining in through silken curtains on a hundred kneeling figures with earnest upturned faces tho low murmur of voices in prayer whilo In the distance wafted on tho brew came tho strains of martial music from tho defenders of the kingdom of Italy Did the Pontiff bear and heed If so no sign of bitter nets appenred on that kind old face Tho priests were first received nnd as thoy knelt to kiss his hand tho Pontiff took the opportunity to say that while granting them the faculty of giving tho Pupal blessing to their flocks TheAinerican people aro very dear to me and a pilgrimage of this kind of my children is most acceptable to the Holy Seo nnd I hope to see not only you all again but many more of your follow This is a pious work countrymen always upheld by tho church Tho rosariesaud relics were then bless- Â¬ ed and each person passed up to bo re ceived with a few kind words nnd a fatherly handshake Some of tho good ladies were unabled to contain their emotion nnd tears rolled down their Home Aucust8 1891 Â¬ Tho ordinary and almost tho only sub Â¬ ject of discussion is the value of tho waters Every where in every coterio of persons in tho galleries of the hotel or on tho numerous seats on tho lawns it is tho absorbing themo Women and men nhke relate to each other their ex Â¬ perience and that of others Tliero is no heed to nny other subject until each one pumps himself or herself dry Exercise is Insisted upon In connection with the drinking of tho waters You see throngs rapidly walking up and down the grounds in obedience to the injunct- Â¬ ion to take plenty of exercise 1 havo observed two gentlemen one from some Â¬ where In Indiana nnd the other a bright looking jew from Chntanooga Tenn who iro the champion walkers Tho latter is said lo bo the Mayor of Chata nooga Many make foot back Bortics over to West Baden nbout a milo dis- Â¬ R I I G I o N A BEATS THEM ALL Just socks 3u Ladles Tan Shoes for OSc worth Ladies Fino Slippers for SI 00 worth One Lot Children Slippers for 40 worth Ono Lot Baby Shoes for wotth Ladies Vesta for 5c worth Indies Vesta for 1 Ic worth Ladies Vests Lisle thread for 10c worth for fun I pair 2 00 w E fie Mens n 2 00 lo T lu e 50o io H A V O R E S F HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS o O T H E --- L Ono Lot Lakies Wliito Aprons for 10c worth Wool Clmllle desirable patterns for 10c worth c 5c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ono Lot Shepherds plaid Cotton Worsted for 7c R There is intense rivalry between U0c worth French Lick and West Baden Each is I R striving to out do the other Tliero is n -- Oc Ono Lot Dark Mulls for 10c w orth I largo crowd over there A livery stable Ileninnnts Calico 3Jc yard and a very enterprising one furnishes C good turnouts for driving and also runs Y hncka nnd stages between the two places and visitors between the places are num erous by reason of the ready facilities at I GEO YEAKEL CO y twenty fivo cents the round trip There nro over three hundred guests nt this hotel It is told the crowd tlieic -- AAAAmJI-V is nbout lliu suue They have made ex tensivo improvements over there this season Last night tliero was a grand inauguration of their new dancing ball j Placaids were posted here inviting the guests of French Lick to come over nnd Largo numbers enjoy thu occasion SOLE AGENTS went I was awakened last night by earnest IN THIS COUNTY cries cf murder and for help Sly first XFOR THE SALE X impulse was to get out ns it souudednear me and take n hand in preventing n OF THE tragedy Then remembering that many como hero and drink the waters to ox purgato from the system the whisky and beor which had becomo a serious mat- Â¬ ter with them and sometimes are thrown into jim jams by the remedies applied I then lay down nnd went to sleep I lenrned this morning I had made a correct diagnosis of tho poor fellows disease Kentucky is well represented by a Quality Purity largo number of Louisville peoplo and a Unexcelled Kcoin mend Â¬ sprinkle of people from many points out ed by leading physi in the State Ashland Cattletsburg and cians v r at rs tho towns in that region have sent qulto a number Cincinnati has n largo dele- Â¬ gation Indiana howeveroxcecds them nil Somo State oflicinls nro here all of Wholesale ii ml lletall Ding gists whom are Democrats thnt party being BRANDENBURG KY in power now Chicago is not lost in X tho estimate for sho contributes a large number I hnvo met several city officials among them It is remarked constantly that but few pleasure seekers aro here DANIEL BKOOKd BOURNE J M HARPEU This great number seem to tho last man J 0 and woman to bo in quest of health aud such havo high hope- - According to what you hear these waters aro a cure CO BROOKS BOURNE specific for all diseases I did not begin with n viow of writing much only a few Hues for my friends to Joshua read tant w V A E E T Â¬ S Brandenburg T T T T T h t A gjk JR W f I V I 1 and il Â¬ mSm I v W7 J HARPER Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVILl F Â¬ TflflT TfiSTE NEATS 8AR3APARILLA will set your blood right I and M MM MM MM WWHM MMH euro your Dyspepsia IWMMMHWai MM MMM MMMMM Aches and nclic Nervousness Pains -Tone you up all over Try utm Ml M MM MM one bottle and be sure to ask POM Slck-IIcaMMMMM BOURBON STOCK YARDS1 KY e in your mouth indicates Bile and shows that your bloods wrong TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER BOWLING GREEN laces HEJIAnKAlILE MEMOltY During this time the Popo exclaimed 0 che buon popolo bviuently What ltuautafedu Quanta pleta good piety 1 kiss College BOWLING GREEN ESTABLISHED COLLEGE miMt w IN r jr ONE MANAGEMENT SOUTHERN Normal School SCHOOL 1078 BUSINESS W t- What What faith people I His Holiness showed bis re Â¬ markable memory by saying to each per Â¬ son when hia or her dloceso was men- Â¬ tioned the name of the bishops As tliero were twenty dioctses reprtsented it was a mnrvellgiis display o know- Â¬ Tho ccreiuonlcq lasted about ledge hours after which tho Vatican thrco gurdens were visited Father E M Porcile tho director of tho pilgrimage presented the Holy Father 1500 the uhnuul ollerlng of the diocese of Uiooklyh and about I5U0 of private contributions from thoso pres ent which were presented in a bag lent for tho occasion by Miss Catherine Hnill of Now York TUB 1IKAITII 01 THE IOlB I SOUTHERN NORMAL any time and CUmIc Suentlhc Tliecreat IJmlneMTrainineSclioololtheSoutli I KnglUh Teacher Itciok Keepinir ihoit lund Teleuraphy T pe I1 Courses Mujlc Art and Kloctitlun provided Writing and Penmanship Pupils can enter at for luy rates of board and tuition bend for ErMentlon bend for catalogue Oourso doilrod Addreu I catalogue CHERRY BROS Froprs Bowling Green Ky J II Ml aff RATES The most centrallg located Neats A Neats Barsapadlla is for sale by RFISHER Orurjnst Clovorport Ky Â¬ Â¬ JPEEDY and LASTING RESULTS TXFAT PEOPLETX - J JOHNSON Vtltin y V -- - T r m r 1 i Tho Popo baa been very much annoy Â¬ at tho iiows published by tho London Times and tho Fremdeublatt as to the condition of bis liinlth not being good To have positive information on tho sub jeet I went to seo Profewor Giuseppe Wliu lll usuu iu mo iio i JjUpjUMll personal pbyblclau of Ills Holiness and lives in tho Via Ltccosa hi tho fame houo In which lived Commeiidntoro Cecearelli tho former doctor of tho Holy Father who died last year As soon s ns saw tue uciore i utiereu 1 know whutvou a muni be exclaimed have some or You wUli to knqw if the Well no Ui- Pape twa not Pope is III the Hfliteei Hints j Ie Urn Meter been ed - MSOOparbottle Send 4c loftMlflU rilHMONT MEDICAL CO Iloitou Muss lrlco WMM froin my injurious lubittncc LAMB AJB0UI1W SIMCID We GUARANTEE CURE or return your money IN QUANTITY WJ SlUoUI3AmLE KY J08T BESTIN QUALIT WORMS VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS EVERY 1 WHITES CREAK Try Babbage s 50cJlifet - Crm Has led all WORM Remedies I0TTLE GUARANTEED NOXB HVA1X 1 HUG GIST rrMr4 ir ST LMIS BIOUIBSO tMSf KfcfSp -j i s 1 ft MlfrjiMM I BRECKENRIDGE Jno lWllMlflil IV r III I III NEWS 1891 Advance 23 0 k V 0 Babbtga Edltex and ProprUtn EnJ RTNoor loifKittitMial capital ventlon has refused abolish to lBRQtffelWrPTimPir J 1 JFffMlESL jr vyv i xr7r Trnti JT vm i i l MARt H y Nl lin yF 1v II IJ o punishment L WEDNESDAY AUGUST Bnbicrlptkw FlioiSlOO a Tear In IfJjdlt8rfKid of the tear Si Tiikhi nas a general ruin in thin Txaivngrr section last week and the crop prospect is somewhat improuul PfiErAiuTioNH for carrying the new taHll hill Into elfect arc protruislnK nt lUUiiJ Sin Treasury department IrlOTeat Wma Ef m V Mf 1 W TIMETABLE noiNn vkst irmwahr xrrviinn ivrr rTyJ TltfpmTl ilyyggg r t f 1711 I i i Y - M er H W - 1 Ml III M 11 Wl I II w I WH I hi Jl8lc0Mnvli4CL00t win mueii or increase in slxe so y t sfrsi d r i piiek- - I ygar- Dully hit Ilfrlinlur OOIKO KJIBT p VjgtlJIWf A T yf Our Corrosponileiit Tolls Mon- - On ono nvcuiuii mhiio of our parly hy sunriw were eiiroulo home drinking In Us In Mor all the bautiful scenery of the Alleuhenv A YlH5iivKHl t i ll - L - I v m ffi I SIX PAGES It is Raid tliat in tho lnto strikers themselves waives A SotWIrH iljrf I The schools will opui here nixt eJiiiiRKifoiMlWwfat 3ftf P 9JUII Woods drwIUi fprlflAffl lio ll iiljsrmaleagreat8peech gives satisfactory reasons for withheld- Titgin at OvjensboroMast Jfonday There is no inir his name Mh CleVeliht linntnnr discount on 1S11 IIllis Democracy or his given up the eau8oof tarilF reform QndJ jtowefltflLtlirqw it ihfo the hearts of hid inlllipns pf pur countrymen w iio hao fought bravely countiyihtln Pd wellgfor I rJj-i il iVt uirni luiurni Biiuiim uu exnorieu 10 T Tn recenl decision of Arch bishop tlnuo thb strujjglo b6ldly ellallcWgin ollj Mth Itornan Catholic church open warfare nndi cbnstantlyi una has n pro or less comment nmong against treittluiry iatd halt heurte the members of that ileiiominitloiij A intheeamp 1arUr fefonn ill nol Koodfjinany iiaiutain that no Catholic settled until it is honestly and fi sliouljl sUiy to eiiagj in tho liquor trallic of o long sullering people yi1crjiicvuTwrijpujtjprijflrfl8 skiuiox iu piragraphs from tho Ni mt thrvlamnri1 uvfinjrlILt V ntmn uv JAfAi J hhih lm lorK ueraiUfrii wamrlugiirannnlWfrr I Jhislc7iyi6tfiM Ru inlay nigljMiat column is ftMitiLofrMmKm Jffh K liKMMll i IfililAirkJM hcnridue fuiyujniiCTU nJ masses H V w SH fit 3 Tiifwuyrerfi U4U vJS --UiKllfS of WlHtiioy flfe Otiit Catliolic Rulers I WitfhituHbn this ttlltftullnrllMfibnctnii account of tho journey qiJtSJf fejjuiu pilgrims to tho Pope of Home printed In rweekNTlibrJ are ieeral disappointed nnother column tf 0 A HI8 I I J 7HMtowl rU exrccted to bo prcseill litit Veto pro vented on acTub raiw for ConKrc8sJnthujVflhliail count of somo lillcTiiliHM ralTroaVrfateU h8trict cuitfi4ivru4ojj4Wi5jtiei Tif rtarHl W I hbecamo w4a WFttesday oay loruio primary September 10 an- r irffilift withoMjjUwBiiyeslclcut signature vonj K lroaclJes Tho tide tbiiB for HeviTor a CehyAjtrong- - Ajfttfr how ever toMrBQwon iiuMaijti Si yiitWiotjVBaiMiajii Tirl lit are ollering great bargains fiireish A U tnil Ifiulni tn3 l on sdokiiiloslPlbasVl fJsAndthrii Hvtv tiian tio i put on ai n point giving tn n better view We tinveled nlhlnrntul ntmecver en- iiih asllc OljftvJiMlr4 y M in YMrftVvrSoip 1 I IU y u Mnnyi Charming Incidents n ti i wjuty 0BrtjiyfiflJ jniat oej llfolgMJ WrmJiJ Ul i1 V l wul W5 -- S2fefcl Mil csS ii i yil lV IrAY 2 11 Willi JX I 1 hP94ari last week i ti Tlo Klndergaiden will close tho first weejc in September If anybody wants saw milling dopo r if dfIuiVlliewas fifHor trip A GOOD WORD FOR piun Into Grand Old Kentucky L O fsr W 1 jomm i J f I in fftl i tl ilr I mmm m - MlSuS i i Deafness Cannot Be OnredV iji locJfhlppleloiJs lal 1llejlJnJiol ii i in it M i I ilu I I - 1 J in I unliV Ttl ehil 1 We ni vniA 1 y nit call pn N6w Julian Brown e n good tlto to put In flomc wotk outho pqblip rpads of the fioinity Tile pphlio school - Â¬ - srnnilboyIifctwvek ssMaiqu llabbage i hdj vil tak o Jujip of Clovornort la ji Vleitingjiergthjsneqlc TcucliprV tnndhili villi lm rfaceolored Vr tTllHgTorTirrnslljrertoTTrnrlilcrr JLrWa sajChp -- hq lp j nwumjuB wq hi ovciQpAi PwMtPiMtlh m 0T ewisCoaiverleryttore noy Kf hre iilelbriJ7 11 WHIiy il i i i iMesiiloAiirtAlniry 8iltJenjB wek ffjr MJlioolltl JlMWi y- i - r Iflnifimn krliKPurHiiA u Mliirvim iimpnuruay QJift ujkep io KM- ollifirs i ilhoijeMlii i I I fflrU i HCSl 1 Dave - lweuuiivWel by the Coimh tUeJjlneapUhoJierient All rirnnit Tr rufcifcrf1yWlVI llO i I Uea that wM tmpt QVpu the jnlser I I OHll hl i nurAdtujilrmi- iTM iulu n trrifv I I fhata tip CV latvfit ii Wiy our stqqkof I ineaiftrTcftloJuwhauUnaiiQnfr uiiuiu uiu uepiiDNrnu conveniSs county last week Mr rordwhild ho was United States distnlt ftttorneyorsoniethinfl else seoms mniii uiu inin in ureal diHinvnr uiin his iiartrJ ii dj tion in Tollyji Â¬ Tln T tali y joftohjry and wa ulies i TaLti I LA 11 weeks ago tho owners f a B i order t uike roni fyr a filL st9ck iyi ii 11 whisky distillery recently lotatwd inpthts the gpoiUj uuiftt go a first cost W A Mtl it Jill nhli yil precinct caused to bo annoifncetl thdlfaci iiuai lliitu yi t ii i XH 1 H iiifiiir j jii jijii 1111111 ni n iji that an election for the purpose of doter E lqnarcji received a telegram last lr mining tho voice of tho people as to the Sat nuay eening tailing lilm to Unens mill 11 ilit n im KJ XI I1I4I1I i ll m Kl l illiiilaoi 1111 mi sale of liquor here would be hefd August 1 u Q IIIIU issary lVytpu of Kk qf iong Ti cilis enfe of Hawesvi He and Han- - 25 1S1U Said petitioners claiming to haves the lltl mThJ Ifll til i l lUrtil ropier oiintrHaro makim nrenaratiniiR m here las wyk valtlng fMrsr lf - J 17 TT il40 lltl M Hi 1 I I Ii lor rtl bli ohl fashioned barbecue and signatures of tw enty five per cent of tho I deli I I J iti OX Jt H fi lm j voters Jj hi i 11 the w ill of Andrew Kelm was ad- sprewl to befjiiven at Ilawesvillo Satur in k I II MliW fill Bill llH ll Hut when tho day arrived and all saver inrtid tp probate in tho County Coqft day Hept 81 it The object is to aid the doyen of the three hundred legal voters a u1894I wyVJv A in CoiihdenitorMnnnTnentnfnfninlpraml j hi r hi iiq fftrnn i TipiirffrTiiHidfriTiirpriis ft- - t Xi Kinchejoo bqigit the ili 11 BomSof the best speakerrt oDthe onnlrjv fer- III III n iinl ill Mil Illl children I k Hlfiril llOIIHI MM Mllill hfnlt ljit willj1eprmnY wwfftrijen tlaE fliivomi T I I a III I i Vnry refliH Btfullyi III I I 11 Ml ill aiidjilfwho iiPed irntiilon nmW w itli we k or tlif nilMeMJoitUfl tlnKlituupjer im irJi i C TWTT 11 W Iliomas CountvSiiiHrinliwtwii wH HI M TiiKnKTvrro one limnlrrtl iiMil livt coniiiicnie iicpenil uponnwaT these wort iv liiva have t ltrd tjiitif it as we qret II lull ijiNIiiMIlfHiiriiini ijpj- tyi tiii- t vv t lilt Ml Ml Hi tf - H Illl rorTiiuqowi t te u hew fiirollmlit Hie Comity Teachers eilieiiH for protection and the Jentle Hull onr jpnng eojh ULtilig them to huye a tuptur ir C liiljiugi lllll tf Hlll l ifhas iW Me CwnivAuiliter i cmxly rutiuq tlwirtcato jn tnithltiey instCtute TTiTiliirelinr session nf Ifar- - hinttliaUwo uirnol jf tJi establish- - Jei8 A Cp your jeulers ll i MKll WHll WinUutiJlfiytry UuuntytTraisuwri I 111 Illl II lef mOPt of their wipjer uitastvi pre Mil dinsbjrg last week Of this number one menl is iitolcu froin onr midst was givem uv Father Nlilllllls nf Clnnrnnil 11 lltturwk Im iI aw Inin tin so J juiuiKratu n ll ohIj lulfWrladiesnisafaaiu this re with force vwa Mivrv last Thursday and held tVr- - fer qg the diunvu lna jUrp9n onl I IjiAMIuJMt with Walter AiWoodn Illl rtn I lij flit ll Jim gardtliat thu5ongomen are making 2JII for local option 00 for whisky near t he diiiinar room that we old folks vvijenat mo uaiqpuc cuurcn III III4U 111 1111111 n XiT FunkMiD Jr theifnytothfrunY Jn this profession The colored vote here is usually about I IfJ A Harry has Ineniip9inttd Jo tpuldmelher hatpy footsteps anl wish i nl nl on 11 ilimj nil mi lGiIl U SteplotonitlCaiItitdraiice not only fcrfmtejvWe forty am ko thoehangv in the public road ead- - oI time hail dealt wpru lln4ly jy lil niiin wiy jilt it Ii ii jlHWinckASotHiLiveroineiui Tho election of Ipntgqniery pyej Mur- Â¬ vihl from Clqverport to Holt Ky then npothex Uia vvjliiiiitft orSii lli M I I Vi W Klutner nlKlntium iFmn ll iIiIhuI m o liaio jiibt received the largest ire in ajstew craaaiA Tih rojiilift3 nnijriauv vnnpleisant ray tho victory of liroi or Cleveland in UnJ 9HH 7 11 r cm 11 181U orthe5tirhjspfnrjj jolior simi- - JtcLk of 111 I re ferenles to all iitfQrtievthat nro table ware and glass ware in in any wuroigi l uUIjIu not I ti accord with theirjnanncr V run- - lar elections hayo neer been such a Hoiu Give us a call J A With haidsnndthu llllnfirkln1llvRiiijpfitTJ1rBWrjtllAekriUlM it of rt r r r lWl Mil f ilinllrtiiiln ELECTROPtpSE ninL tjie governmentJmitn HonnliBiH blessing toriVns willrtA4S ctOaBM iMM lHTlMiukjjJiJjWjHiqrj il utell button has jinrchasod the JJor oil thatitmoiild ilmiPJusfUll 11 IwokoniRentSSOfj llivAOBfTSiWlWT5n ll Ood bless tho good pepplo who were so ris llensluv store housu on Main Klriwt rrdmeaHnignianyatllrti i wl vMi i donjtjiko it if anythingSNliaiiissaiiil ii in rTrTtr- i i Jidips iisUig this inachlue ui It id nl Uss Gqrtind iQjwnqspent Tlurs- Toitak advantage nf this offer iyou ftcr rt gnodnights restiqtijdIpit JIo will pjien i drp store iji it kiiiivviiiuui and their ci nnik Tliftl filling to protect tho weaker humanity at y M I JW f q AuigBpilpngWitwJiMiul aiatHli j da at mington with fricna ullli i fl iti not ange for tho Populist party hasli miM order bofora September on onr tramp lanil iuspefitedthe tort vlitr luarla n fill as tliia ivatiDniuuiiDVttitijii4lJldU noin fell iiJieqtiliusefnlhftuehaVlneiieB8it7 tiule verj jeak platform and they ilqnUlj theliAdkis3on are offirwUl ha positively withdrawn qn i lisses MaUdeand drJimns A Allen of CheqnnlL Je sajv thousandq ofcanjjon allsranged in uniKfwa1 nifmarwl bavm alearjfuildi Vis ting relatives at Websterv for Vhelpoliticjans to bo contininmy niik jiS liCaVery heavens show their ideasurd livered a ury interesting iiddrt ss wjiih matlieniatical prefiijupn auJ tlf tiUatej 1 or full information address jint Jibysending almost instantiously the most ti ichera at the court house m tothn- noiia 6n tfielrawprt8vbutwfir1Q1jti3nlfufl t6 iwsititRCIMiflgJiaJiukl10liitii8nt ingiipin to npiifx Hissttatfona Johriaoil of Bowling imuoisi ki iveuil 500 Fourth Aypntu xi Thursth titrHX oftVoi imfknentorlirisbj inem i 4 tisvilleKy glondtis Tnn of the season so much Hifry tteroi well rnntl ffltfiq p y uight j tfr en i9isiilncMssClara Adkiskbn fci u enorKjfliiliniisiitonnsIdiir Jfi W P niirvey President of thH needfrdysp inqch appreciated Koiif wMr JjfliniinollipiitqJik We liaid 10 tit f voiMieed an articlu and wantilo tmv UhJ fasVerSlleitllnMorVis of IuisVille Mr and Mrrf 31 W llute of Tar1 Forkl - fcu tsaudwn8TiltitHrepresentntiwii r l rtv i IlapJitIlook Concern Iiouisville makes UUTiJljJfiai uiicvr l UIU UI1U MiJ n rtWould1BOoiricanitulateiifftnl9qfithoso lllllIIII ca di for it why not buv where liti will HUM lu tlieVtltjjtmlay iia comivleKT7e J WClAfCQXll m jpt lit Friday af ttFnoon n itii Roy Ander J dnealTbniHo7reror iyQjdsttir pj ii iVttfjr lliegTtiateflt victory of all vie print mik lyomeanu oq cpnvnueiiTTt giriis tvd jawiatith Uafljilefliif in tn son n luui imat thoHeseIJquiOi serving young men and young womuu EOE SALE This ft brbiigUUto play upon J A Witt i1I I 11 m lip fja e5jtUl5ime8iJ ii n i li 111 nil lu iinrml Inin lid d obuniUtJ Ihrna l l QtiiU toriouslodjsi Itliw t rilfr young ladies of vqrsoiopt1l1ileijr iW Win tho Teachers Institute held a very pe i to obbijn an education Any juch young I iU luj 5Knr3NlNnltiij Ki I tbd guest of Miss Gertrude Osborne jfe vif 3k iiruinuuri on tbe T 11 entertaining session of iivoidajs hereJiist hiiirta- hti aeveral Jakooiqjqilpqra I owperport and lUrdlhiUbre tuthaikif anJth fit man oryoung woman whq wdl get fifty FALLSOFROUGH I r I in auound oo wfaieb tho nlil rlr omni 1111 iftn ill ttroki Jrof 4ogan ol CJovqrpqrt gaie wijrd intrnduejed toithwo anliitft or ill mm Hiit now subscribers at 2 6b each for Mlh tilAt Wttl mi Misses Fllaardjttena gmitluwlip havq TAtlon and about ihlrtj 1 the v v a nejw sights mty reliictantly0WqJjjeij general satisfaction asoondurtor lft URiay 14 acre Intltater The flKlll U tltflftV ttttlt HI sw tiiiiti irjuiti bt1 ii visiting relativis at Stepliensiwrt Westrn Kecorder will gel tho whole W Wells hasmbvfilhis family to I We are selling goods at cost wlntitotNoitilKand Saiy thu g 9ck8 T nlaWlUhdef tiS4 feace iind well wdteredIti ffo otlier r i tiiLhiVAvnH mui lOwiavjiiflvi nmount 100 placed Wlifs Cr her credit Glendeane N and sllitrnimr then to Et Beec ialovelv lltJII HtMl i II Jll JnPintWned X location Tor a rood use in town will do it Wei wantotp tl 4iWiNiiltitt hiiI d nil loiimiit 3yd lujldlng jju and I JSVenlent in any of the Kentucky Ilapflet Samuel L Morgan spent liundayvw itli I ae odt ofur stock Comn and TilWty Aia Nr8 tcqrl Cajns was educa f at p an1 wijterlng placeion the grand qd oqeanj UAiarket reaionabU Apjily t6 toyNJudHpmWllluUotGmvirtni tiond institutions that ho or she may Ijifd IleauchAmp wnL wi II attended Every body repqrts jay- as our time was limited wq tq tr J TiKINUoTON llerdinaLur- pnto tile goods for youreelf rJi A Witt Beleet twTJuirsilrtyiMj yj This amount can be mnl Sam Davison made a bueinartrf Ullln in a iFOOiLlimn tJ frho Epwortl League noleshavo beew I Hit surf bathing so celebrated and rnth thoejitirocostor ono term in nnv nf Louisville lust week i HwiBobfiaroGlothtaniHIrtlriHtowuU SHERIFFS iSALEFOR TAXES nl UwHlljliJfeljacJrHiM t soiit frbm these columns for somo erfbettdilHlartlllifcjHjliiiBiViTliiJntiVffl In towri Wpdiicsdapli When you wantagooddrinkgo to the lililnul n I n Jie guuoniood was in town triqay iHqcl ux I ri eks This is due perhaps to thq ill readied Afloqin time toisep rr -dejtot Ion D H Severs of Henderson driggisJwafllJamHes Jn Mondajr September fish Valley beforo tiio sun hlJ his dace in iiuiiuug more im- Â¬ pt6HCf fir J 18pi Iqr one ino n 88 of Mrs W Jj PigEottwho isa verv i portant than that ouryoiitha should re lWtprnJftbrt Stone JeJt Saturday of wy depute buliind the Bltio llldgo mountains Just rii ijun liiursuayonbuamdEH jfrer atlublle Auctlonat MrsJank Beard of Ifiirdinsbur isL Bliv0 member of tho order town i l eeea good education to enable them Visiting at uev j o wcuanieis 191 ruing for Falls of Ilougi ty visjt bis tnriCyur jiouje door in ljardlniburg iiriek Hardlnsburgs say Cloverpprts1 rnqt jjfiyondqr IfiglterlupiilBiMquntainpri enrilffjo county Ky for caVlu band tho better to battlo with tho world in I nfe llcauchainp has been ill for sev- Â¬ pi ly base ball a little bit HiudinsUurg Ilbfelind from that lyait ha Vfli btfth ni V flTO l m HWiW WiYPmA i t iheol nidliphnusiWsl Ming real eilale or iomucli tliirBnl1 t this intellectual ngeand this opportunity eral days but is better at this writing 4 it Lu llu mil ml J Ii vijiw86f the Vitlloy Uclqw ftitnajdpji to lion tha last gamei hc ired 10 atjifjr the revenue and cbunty should bo embragnil hy mamv F W Peyton and Willis Green at Hived here that thq qi tt0l tt l a road Clovernort nino s peiicofuh aiul qiiietwith its III -llliluv tnntfin I ll r tai due antaltdbelbwi inrn illltflrrtl vvHtmtmsi U I h po ilU9iwftq jnsurauc qpmjiauy JelijledcaijfpJeetfrJgJitulplforSprings w II not oiler to play another igame Jeme Oray 13 actiuoriand this Ik usesidottddl thicklji nrqird npMn f jAtnii iiuj itiiHiiinutoii corns rsdiiWIiqhaAlsoqwntitt IpviDgi to remind one that Ideadly JmUlw Qjjfirstreepflsjorflf Jatteson 99 pageSBi ltwrennoiand See deed buolri ftd Irfltlr scison They are badly rattled w eouriiyilrfvyifbr lwmdent of UifKCourier JoiirnaJ Mrs L Green and Hon Willis return- iwinvqniiiuemiiiiipparUIItiiiii vl M imorlaJcjiMre ariycjl Fridaypigl Mr Alleti tbjloara 181 add 18M nndcost mis tie Klnehuloe dosiit findi ra ed theriiudayagoqa by Illiqpiq im naiUjIihftoiCUojleVlJaihRrfi Irt NWtijMil05lhtliliih vlfilriWtlAi up lvV sWJefiBlA9fPifinurIay Wdpun ta 11 tojiihiiot so diirabL9a honiftjaf AJ4 yrttburnKlUualuonilIll nerei of lanl m ti oiigh business in the law to keep Ui Jin town ondnishieig ini Just now tho whole business world is di wiyijiii hi c luiii 1 n I ItistHiLkri o j deddto8MJiekerl ei iployed Ifenco he takes a school this 01 Bomotimes itiHuryilainnand See Jeed book Sti in a state of liquidation anil there is no Mrs Sam Davison and daughter Miss fa I He IWIalhl1fnevfWIvyipHirfyicJr 111 pira I ivAUKisson anu sister Mrs has the position of principaljii coldfok- - tbmfortwJiiUt thqi dawfiarejy toning w ien the thing will bo completed Jennie left Satnphiy for SulphurSpritigs tl q IITiUttsburv-pqblio-hoolIJ- v J J Purrptt apd qhjldren spent Thurs- IM and mt falls and one can IallintblrIbamj flf wMalSBairarUBlllllrdlfWrsyay It may bo a year it may be five years be Â¬ to attend camp meeting iobn T Jobwon UJ vtuiittl U nillllUUH llltll lifliy iWndiFf fay wltlnthe family of Thos 3cics or upon 1110 gnms at a late Hour 01 wam ett ytnii ofKkron and Mr fore the buRJitoAs world winds It is thought by spme that ua will J cotj Adkins and Melvinfl qf powJeyyile tini imu nofr owned 0 borne fi i iin lMlln rand 0 e night withoutfilaV6rfiUvl4iJipneBs Plon Ienl tq ILouiskIHo iWfrdawaVi Nona Johnson of Bowling ChU fenheimer KTlDae nWc0 By JiaVfi P daHyjiasseiigor Jrain on tho J5 uftel in Misses 1 ie air is so pure ana neami glvliig that 11 ednesday Jr cnM Miner and Jinulelfall elorlers iiiiiMiteil mil ti In mil U A iii 1 fiimii in fjjeen Kyu5JJai jAd kqntTnidEva aiotMPnpMnMifeKL etrpnger after fr JUIVi M eortisynio urancn in tno near luture WM I5fW1HnrirAjiirilflriffl PrPH tC4rrIgaanJ Ihis is the m of amnio- n- Every ttttol tho Aeifrsloti 6 ittila a lpublo wedding at Magistrate itortin t r IIpgJi Ifardaway spent roild tax for J891 and ooit 2 lj ways stay iow i In llouses body HttnfaWUelrieii mid he nr inhFniiiMT4uiuu iiaii uenviN u TI tfKwUrtirlW Fty the famljy of tiniley Ubode 6b acre of Jfandiineo1 rnta to villeSepeh ltofirjrjpl2jipiVrn j matrimonial parlors jn TTirPnSllo j JWe fidd about 180 guestaromall parts Pi friends owHl bV Cks llhcde fn mtgbMHal dltrlct DO ncll ripnt An nSA NliJfA WKiMlnflJJraflfiliWjBbfller ciuuhik iiuiiihiuh to oeus ivrps cirqus 1 luayi of tho South Many families Irani Jlichi Nd B fteVenurf Mr Jt tors initio ben rolmr im nl il- 41 Dawullnnd soiUNiBDowell AWlfeiirv Wrlthpraijdnlijfo ettmw iNWiMAicqlarrRtMnd Vvttv Cain roid tax for 1891 and 6unty lev and ralb Somcjiartli s havei l ep mslng their ond with their smalli children whqJ uiih ma pl and coit 13 90 offer aiulediiJhu xConftderato iIomion at f eTiRYNfft1 veeJis vaft amqng riends sell somethiiiL fni nnii Thursday fronu Gustbn w herBthey p ickt knives oh tho trels in the Mw Mollle 8 PUW court jro luxuriating in tlio beautiful ryarU aj 0BOuWn lot In K riujptually Belling noUiug havq Jieen visiting M Shumato and h ms yard The jailer nntl9Yt9ilnJhlvjpinItyJeft Thursin for ftilbbf magnificlflntisliftdo trees We 1 iiiiuroivineiuii should Tpf fjerj i t bow 1 en f Miss Wllllo SilUcklett oMlilr Grtjw WflWnlngforJoulsvJlIp wero tjey Vi 1 Huniciiiing in one county an old field filmlly isjind etop iUnW watulJieto tl jro loath to leave such an attractiyq in Kansas was turned into a elly Misses Ida Ilwarils Suhshino Par and sqn lhaf any orie Vouldpifrpoie1tiief ace out our tinuywas np and wq said jvhathe gnestdf lnJriohsliij IMIbs WHy w lliflPflQVflrfl laya bqforq prqceedjng pageSJ KemueanduntjJevyiLiMl nud It Scott returned to their hqmes tl ink land was sold at 1000 a front foot 1 I i i I stVoyloilo of these trees IjM4fayioiSRrTtoi wlKr roftax fo WBd cpsjo 8S that in Iniisvillo after a long visit at Col I od bye witli a promisn to coraq again StBhaeklettlVesdayi wasnt worth 10 anacro Millions wero Dainsgrs on Iho clJaheooT tlio ififmiJ pirS Ml WratheV and Jj 0VMrfwiy tpWfide o staid all night ia Stanton sq cqlebtnt- r Greens sunk at Middlesboroimh Hie Stem fin I wint tb Vine Grave WtdnesdaVj to itti qf deep regret wo dH bool9 pg Mp atOeildlng from Cloverport to fiih n for its splendid wIiooIj hen the j Miss iettio Ikuortli of Iuisvllle nni V -ji I i yj for 1892 ani me ixjniiKicraioreiunlOn u n Mr-Jtniu h ijejbeerr allowed as follows m nm VI qeataqijo inuowleyono Dewees f Idlers Homo wasanothor -- B rl road i i i Oler b the eartlnml in li liJ were tile guests of W v AluuoyIiul S mtnau fcO Mary J MiUet J0 J JF qrest hfroUnoIoiSaiuiJia pointaf tini W wlshto cofrctJrto lteniilast MW n1Sstrn1TtrP yowg ariuers oot9 3f Bozorth and placed i M browerjes at five times their valnoT Now wife onduav last uenk 1 Amanda dmlik one lotln 1 Qregpry L3 Mary JMiller admlnlstra- - Illglitlul quarters about 1500 disabled wpol8 pierithaiKkrohBtring Urnd iAterlingiigJHo mpntbs wtl typhoid iruttbirS mat goju is going backliecauso Lngland am Jumbar Cj lliottindariL cpiqpllcatton 15 Acmo Brick Company S50 Soldiers they were not such aged VHter- - fdayed attemeiitvillelnsteadof Oanndli HfiTilHrntYjlFll riniS tdr illVihflJyboTit is selling WBKJhW neTebheknJcoynlevV in 1j nl 1 in fu rarj lumm 91 Dinner Jvcn America pScurUie l9WseaS8 ftetp 10 gelded totjiq Jnev -tlib pynplq want a passimjer lalnput nsas one Would expectuto aecn but sot tondhdi ini more feckless- speculation wn on in Troui Itoeavale to this place rjgbtthwliy on Mi8SKulaiyohaKlKoncitmb UJ frtJiif ttfblq ifiJiJfiX inwnlim at 0 oclock ifter ndrkllroadUx fi ml Bd W i ft to bn made iii to pUnijW Ii Veil keptaud led that ono could almosti the branch I pebdy Meagh Poutli Ainericaivsepnrltles Itbrokbthe AnV one wanting a il rut clam nmtin o tho pdxed train TiQ rairoad coin- - w ish Bitch a haven of rest ThevhavH a Garfield last Jiveek amt spenSafufaay WW hPV Pi Ratlen sufTerlng sur- - the TunIke on J36 kere of Undent on ltaringand-alioqk-ve- n and a half flincial center cart not do bettor than try oile of tho pjiny collects thqlr taxes Ijusjnpss con- cfrculaling llbrar- - a chapel hospital in and Sunday visiting relativesVethrning rduUdKby aunninbpr U Bympatirzlng liftai on thtf globe Fpuicrf kcous ervatJve Standard Pumi and Lurnbur Cos maWx iiiiuiip wiiicr ijjuiiicr Hisiers anu nrotn tinues to Improio and for ho corryeM tact awry thing you IlnuMn a wqllktpt nuuuiiy and county Uf fuT 1889 trance threw iurflIijQf millions Jnto sliverj qiio guaranteed toglve saUsfaetion and ATeryi stivcefcsful tfrotrartedi tnMtdint Wi be bade them H larewell and bin Kjvebu If you go to li Greens Wdre and witit iijnco a passqnger train would afiord tho Tort even more or tho ijiwora mvl n ditelj dolin at Panama m 111 progress ai Hiiem ehhtc 1 near I l wingeu its night to the Uod who p Australia tdaqo Uie head clork yojtwiil alw4s P imttheY think it is duo them g ounds surpassed any I havoievvr seen eUr pp ii s iVi rt camo in witli a big oMsh amounting to fltid him there but Jf you want lo IeaVOlllqkicMof tLis hlaeo Jr T tesday wa went down la Jlaoipdton tp ijsron cominctodbythepMJtorltev A- - Ppeit Ho was a jiulet unassuming see P Wi BBt and tJio otherono and ho is nbt in lust wait s lUnir riiiamlft i iti iiqnu iiiiiiiriiui nlinrnli nml wrtmlilru1 liinattili Ji-ii - V foMW and coit W9 w i ho will bo back soon I To lias heard caio IUUI1 James HUrnbldicandldHteifoTCoiiWW XiaTlU IV Ilnnln I t thahililreticry aiitLJuuuKiHUtHeo tlUWaHftfll JLhey hande na boggieB hit llOUseSiiU tha Ilnltiul Slndw tlo near i1- n Ik JI I M o Huiriuieni was Bwapplng gold for about it c rtfffitLjrtgohB exdett thoso tiiado of m ero brought over tha ocean from jnB Court OlorW snoko hiru TilfitiAv kttvj k tj1 1 i sil lry tit 1891 tax and coit JT ik di nnilWiBf MiyidArnoldiU--tbi fl WD lioairtfelt sjfniattTy nicisiw inawrtai anu tnoir sales alwayB lanu wo also saw an old csUarcK M ii Everett Jolly Arretted Tho bubble hunted at last and Jiero wo id creV g vesaatuactioii Mul DUiou lopks worxoiK saw to navibeonbuilt Jm 1771 11 JHnneuiioiiMiai Iopull6toiqrMp0pjfl u mi j Jlohn PoolVfi Ji Car LAnnntlrinfA noW owntl are I irtr anil llb ls AnlA WHtduaailiwAUia llAitniNHiiitnn Ky Special Aug 28 b flora i ter tins part of tho buslneess and ho ajnlihasia largcanuonibnH indwdded In iAUXnlV Ij Lx xiit The silverites say freo colnago will euro 1811 Tho people of this town wero k wlipolnla inhMHspeelfliVi ulkft w te walVsald to W180J TBjr art 1TkVrArtuWal - 3 Stems to DaiiiaklULJt a hie surveM hvan Irltliwe ll 11 OYT it all It would only mako bad worse somewhat surprised when the Post olllco lll 1111 uiiiii 1111111 Htii uniiuu iiiiiiKi i rr a louiaiii Wia snaaw tlm nlililiri a Thcro is Jnstpno remedy and ono only inspector of Ixmlsville accompanied by j A k NeviUgtsthmulihwUIiWoiihixwlli JJ I itillBi 2SiMt Ji iJichmonJMharPriPtrJck111lfBiirv ropiy two and tharWffTfgalJly lthiVIcitfiiMjdrlernhhfolBdlrJn a U 8 Marshal arrived hero ywdfdjij Wear old clothes 11 ailaJiiaicqlehrnledi waavbwomu If you must patch them Cut down Oi 8powaajputiiu r WllIIHitiItbUerWo nHriaHl WUitwl ex to further imestlgate tho McCIuro Post- mpennyin 4MWn4Mnd Ux on WI penses uJ Z fay youwlebU at anysaerJllce olllco robbory It was learned that thlak tho tuist wmwjnlsoLir as iii con- - vV hick isitlieridforaoiua nurnoso thcyb uer tT iinfci -- nil atat Will DA Imuo n IITWlflV Milf piwett Jolly Wiijef man UieywrB dlaiiit ai HhI mui IPacii DBfRnrJr iifut I l IiliitliWybifriBC6melrbji4ifBinaUf iNnnni u ua rs e iMFUt in Ltiarir T i 11 a1 brelvf I 11 hi I JVIMIliMlllllHi II rf 1IUM IHifUrilAriMflriDrllrIA f Kivllfkl WorK like 1H nnw Aaal I 1 It Ltiii I UI Kfi nl k I hi ri fAJ and lav lilfoVrrat afMUUMiU iJltenlfouijhJ dlnled SUJ I PWiA Fpire i 11 r7L7n7Tw JOIWJwta VqHH fUVfjRl sa e rfliiHtjfattrocIockittW reWeWiatf bois tlio charge They immediately produced K j fi nwfcii cvHMVEiffiwiMmvv try TeasmftlJWDi funtfxpif mwurW w gJlrtit WjdiOHflMtfl flliuhhsaveral DflillUiinRg und In comparatively letten showing where he had been in HarstSlA CfljilitakW a1sJlW8s y 0 tfujJHfb world will be ready and communication with parties liuQttago kJuMtyn 4 TxltAwm thotWi ifis vTuP JM hiiilifl ehtt uJiiiu 7 UmCij BPti- u- sisr -- pr 1 itiitiwniiT- uiMieurjAtiriifi iho c iumiii wiiictaii u ihan ruv HHxlotMto b gulled and swindled by and Klizabethtown for the disposal of oiei anu maiWMjsjAvjmftfj lui--some stainiM aitaUwr array of promotere Heie Jolly weakened and 1P0WVPI pjN t th iiwriiyroiM uver luer 41 Wll confessed and 170 worth of stamps were 0Mnfl in L1 trutlk- - Mr Jolly was at Dr Prtets Crwua BklH Powder overhauled and It was certainly a good to imisvllle rUH Mtub fHH it bAoouiM inflated to ten Uinas its uhisI oiMs Sulseri minniiHim J S SH Ii A few - ill 7 and hat is by constl4iiHWBaljteiiiw1lcH f JiadiiromiBod irirself theileasur of Den nees is caused by an lull lined con wilt ng to j mi wlillst nt Old Point but daf ii of the lnucotiH lining of tho Eus- tilt iime old ftory with pleasure seekers Ifii nVWtafHlWnoM feLbolloV you have a runiTuling sound or cbul lut find theJtliilhftig lidnf Uhat HI Imp trfect WHrUailluujiiihnWttiJrv 1 an settled down to a quiet humdrum vt rilWU T1U VUt life allflOst1 rdtoW d to ferftet leali yioseu nearness is tno result and unless will try to send you a few items from Dip nllainmatlon can bttdtbn out and thlstubo restored to its normal condition i ouf irbAiled journal hif Ji st as wo heard the cry all nltoanl Mt f jiiijf will bo dtstroyed forever nine cJst B otltYot Ceil ilrTrmAWfllL AIFU the riUiltJipof1a j3rtj pf oin ii i Whl li is nothing bnt an inflamed i con- Ppoamonurryi1gpi9ur1pveiy9ar HHIcn of the mucous surfaces W1 elWl KiypOiinJIqadred nllara far trTWortrSiWfl Wfi chhperon and wo startedon fufiofeXpec- - miy c1W qfPeqfns8Jqoiieby1iTitVr1 pleasure A fter a charming rule we umi caniifnji1curedl WtmmiCHwth VeAhd6fdVoiiViIWulAutl-kiro- iiiwriKRllnniWifiij I fus hi ouf pfaiso for MIJUrlliiS lilH his KU GiiivKeYtti OoiToltl O l 11 l ltd VII IJ lujiniKHHMlMVl tha niiiig wife vi jm nM A iitUfitMbliiH generally slipjiotld o i jim eon iislqfa not ddtyy mlxedurowdj not ULA YTON -Q- UILTING-MACHIN so illltfulli au 6rganbter8ioup Hqet iiiir iriiit n 1 iin U 11 j hii never seems to tiro contributing Ito TJ nM II I llcllqiilliitili nij veiiu biir pleaaurel ifUxtiyiarrfMnilgqa imsinfljueaaingi unizna ay i WhirreIt IsIdUse and Well yoi majncquiit usiim iftergeWipgflRinq of tlithiHttrvelifrAn onrfnrcH wqniltqu iikiJi 11 J III KtioWtt t 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rU 1 1 I 11 11 i Rut 11 iu 4 11 I - 1 i - eritj r- rflI iifi wjJZKi 1 iiw I ii 1 tf 1 - witii7tCZrvl ll I 1 rrr vr f h SI Jf i vO1 lS - Ii1feWi4iW lll 1 kWVj m ni Ai 111 1 i ftrfiMnMiPTO 11 ma Vi lX3S SS1 ly fffi2WnfiiWxft Wf lKrSaTufm4ePJo VlMllWIilof imrJcArliJKtyluJi 3r J iss 1 m wUlj w 11 11 f f 1 - ft i iMll 3 iiPlirhJinKS inii V riJ nrfT - 1 TheCTBFtlra Â¬ mxssswaEit VdrbUsWlVn 1 1 W lrL a ijafcw 1 11 1 rry irf Ill -WM flWWli f M wSwAvftiM9 Jqi ti 1 1 teLiits5Sl 1 1 hr taryj B3SWnWEi uii -- r Wt fWfflIV til it2tJ7L r8 - - Mt wTsavra ae KHifljn b rA wsc or r SmZESlE3miSW srx ia w untizz 10 1 TriZ ivpri a x i I W JjJSl i blkKMrt1J i i Wi ititiMtrJf ii WMJMMMBWwMiWiMlilflllMMlllMlJii1i ft avJaMWMM6iBMiM tiaatjMM iA r cAv JililifiililnBlillirTililiMifitiiti iiii i - - i I J 11 VT TrTJeXfTr THE BRRGKRNRTDGR NEIWS OLOYRRPOnT KY would havo himself dcino credit lo tho artist I waft right Iwoiirlght Thoyhavo agreed with mo exactly Miss Maxey suddenly burst into tears and left the loom Thai Tired Feeling Hoods Snrsnpnrllln Wonli of I rlirrrfnlly tli llonit trrntinrnt U OLD STROM Slio is uwrjnjedl Otrong iiiinouiire lie firn nf ndiiirv Mnkos tho Surjyosts a Romeriy Tor tho Hani Tim s ami tho Financial Policy Daviess County Fair Co Incerp Unfortunately no said tho phy 1 sician biting his lip in vexation ought to havo known Itetter I told hor crltd Maxey i 1ZWS Bill Li W i Zasi 7 V kr m rrAMtmc an rnss association much in tho begum ig nWclI said Maxoy Hints very Important What was your answer Toll Lamars foreboding in tho end Ni v after that first day with tho omotion us exactly May bo I told him nioro thrtn I had aroused in tho patient of snfilclcnt nny right to toll but tho fact Is sir I strength to canto her to lose conscious was in a hurry and wanted to bo rid of ness Muic always ntfrnt ted her inter him Says I Oh slios nil right All ested her oven drow off fcr n time that I monotonous motion of tho hands which right ho Bays What do you moan moan thoyro doctoring her up I says seemed so dreadful to tho strong healthy I people nlxmt her but it left no perma and thoyll soon havo her out of it thought ho looked somewhat astonished nent impression It wns not progressive and I said to him If yon want to know It was not an educator Aim for honest any particulars youd bettor go right up Julians simple and beautiful idea of and eco tho gentleman hlmsolf sir I bringing her back to her last world I Somo other time ho remarked Tho thought was too poetic for reality said and turned square around and walked In vain did pretty Ellen Maxey slug her sweetest songs Tho wan face still turned out Maxey nud Lamar looked nt each with tho samo muto terror upon her sur Â¬ other Thcro was on interrogation in roundings Tho eyes never ceased tho restless benrch for tho horror that did not both glances Did you over sco this lazy friend of come and he small whito hands con miuo before questioned Maxoy tinued to clasp and unclasp themselves Only once sir Thnts how I know as of old when I saw him ho wns n friend of yours But ono day there was n changoin tho Ho canto day beforo yostcrduy and aslcod symptoms A iiecullnr f pamodie action me tho same questions of tho mii chS of the faco nnd limbs bo And wouldnt go up gan to mnnfest itself When Dr Lamar Ho was nverso to climbing sir saw this his faco lighted up with n sud Can you describo him den hope Woll ho was a man I should say For a long time ho had been very about 40 with small eyes near together grave Ho had gone about in a continual bushy eyebrows smooth face nud a hook abstraction and had even been occasionnose Ho wore a handsome piu in his ally seen with his umbrella under his shirt front I dont know ns I can say arm in flno weather nil unmistakable much more definite indication that he was becoming This means something cried Max Never beforo had hu met with ey with a touch of his former excito a cao which baflled him so persistently incut as they remounted tho stairs at this From tho hour when ho knelt And to think that our hands nro tied I besido hor in tho mow by tho sea road If only I might ask Ellen two little and had given his opinion that it was questions a very serious matter tho patient had Lamar mado no reply to this but as never been wholly out Of his tnjnd soon as ho reached tho room ho wont to It mado him angry to think that tho tho bedside felt tho patients pulse and information contained in this first state Â¬ exchanged a fow words with tho nurse ment of his impressions of tho cnao as Ellen lay with her faco swollen her ho bent over Ellen Mitxoys shoulder throat well bandaged breathing with and saw tho white faco looking up by great pain and difficulty Tho physician tho light of tho lantern was about tho turned front an earnest scrutiny of her sum nud substnuco of all ho had been faco to tho artist Tho emergency seemed nblo to learn since but such was tho bo gravo to him that ho resolved to per Â¬ mit n matter which ordinarily ho would fact What tnoro could ho say with any certainty today than this To bo sure have been too cautious to couuteuancc it had puzlcd older men than ho but You may ask her just ono question Maxoy tlirow hiniRolTf on a kneo besido that was small consolation to n mind tho bed and put back tho hair from his liko Lamars Tho greater tho obstacles tho moro determined ho becamo to oversisters forehead with n tremulous hand come thorn ho murmured Ellen Ellen Either I will bo tho death of this A slight motion of tho head indicated problem or it will bo tho death of mo that sho heard him and with ho said to Dont try to turn your head dear viction ho himself to work tothis consave his had sot exert yoursolf to answer mo but Dont own life Ho saw tho patient so often you can who did it toll me if look and Tho head nodded slightly in tho noga that ho photographed overy tlye and tho lipn mado an unsuccessful motion sho was accustomed to inako upon his mind Not tho movement of a attempt to framo an answer oyelid Think Ellen I Did you turn tho key musclo not tho twitching of nn escaped him Ho went about btudying in tho door Again tho ncgativo motion of tho every ono of these apparent trivialities head Again tho lips moved Maxoy put and trying to account for it up ovcry Just as Maxey troasnrcd his car closo down and caught tho pain scrap of ovidenco which promised to fully whispered words on tli great doublo I dont know I was asleop I throw any lightentiroly nonplused tho mystery which heard Anuotto cry and then I felt polico so tho physician constituting myself grow faint upon There thcro I cried Maxoy starting hlmsolf a medical defective looked conup Yon havo told mo enough dear tho various symptoms of tho girls many Dont try to talk nny more Lamar I dition as so mystery clows to tho irroat which was baflliug something wrong hero pathological toll you thero is him During tho weeks following tho This must be phtcod in tho hands of the police Unless my instinct deceives me discovery of Annette ho roroad nlmost this dastardly nttaek on my poor sister his entiro library on brain diseases Aft is intimately connected with tho matter erward ho borrowed from a friend Ono night ho camo across n passngo that kept us waiting that cold night on which staitlcd him It was tho particuthe soa road pasymptoms Maxoy had passed from tho bedsido and lar statement of tho hospital of adied who tient in a Gorman drow Lamar into a comer near tho win with n strongo malady that complotoly dow n window that looked out ovor tho mystified tho ithysiciaiis Tho result of dark loncsomo river Tho black tido tho post mortem examination appended flowed on silently beneath tho thickenthat tho secret causo his ing ice A chill gust of wind from tho showedcerebral complicationof tho death chief sea passed tho honso with a rush Tho was a a tumor in tho windows rattled ominously in tho sash factor in which was timlii A footnoto suggested that this Tho artist started abnormal growth had probably been How searching tho wind is toiiightl oy n fall Ah hero is tho mischief I Tho sash is not tausec Perhaps it was becauso ho watched Bhut tightly nt tho bottom Abstractedly ho closed and locked tho with n now idea in his mind but it was tho vovy next day when Lamar rcnowod window and camo away his observations at tho bedsidoof tho pa Yes yes ho muttered It is hotter tient in Ballavolno place that ho detect- Â¬ to go to the polico at once spasmodic symptoms for tho first Not to tho polico good Maxoy not to ed tho Tho result was timo that ho becamo tho tardy officers of a human jnstlco could scarcely conceal his not in that direction lies tho thing of convinced Hoho camo to toko his depardolight when which you aro in search but down thero ture down thero whero tho lonesome river Miss Maxoy was a quick reader of flows silently beneath tho thickening faces and of his faco in particular Sho ico and all is cold and dark stopped him at tho door and said shyly but determinedly CHAPTER VL You havo some hows for ns THE REPLY but yon aro so afraid that wo shall bo seemed indeed that tho artists disappointed that you hesitate to toll it It prediction that tho mystery of tho soa No said Lamar but I think I road would remain n mystery forovcr havo located her disorder nowover I was destined to bo fulfilled Tho days am not an authority iu this matter I camo and went and thcro Voro no de shall bring somo friends here with your velopments to encourugo a faltering and leave this afternoon disgustod police It was tho nioro straugo Ho smiled so pleasantly to hlmsolf bocnuso n full description of poor An- Â¬ that Ellen was delighted Â¬ uotto had beeii published in all tho pa Suroly if this bo true you will know pers and thcro had been a deal of in- just what to do to euro hor terest in tho matter Butpubllo intorost Cure I said nothing about curing to bo kept alive must bo fed and ono No It is necessarily fatal in its re- Â¬ morning tho city editors of tho soveral sults dailies nwoko to 11ml a choico collection Sho flashed ono look of horror and in of now material for interesting reading dignation into his faco and turned away and straightway pigeonholed tho old without a word Poor Dr Lamar forgot till duller times And so tho poor croa to smilo on his way to tho street But a turowith tho wounded intolleot wns for moment beforo ho had felt a glow of pro goWeu m fessional prido iu what ho ventured to A very rich man had suddenly oud com hopo was tho succoss of n during diag plotol wlsappoured under circumstances nosis As he emerged into tho sunlight so suspicious as to warrant tho most an intimate friend might havo thought shocking speculations And tho newspa from his crestfallen expression that he pers did not spare their readers foot had met with n suvoro defeat ings Tho reason was simply that tho However this did not prevent him uowspapcra hnd learned from lougoxpo from calling on somo of his fellow phy not desiro sicians and that afternoon a council of rienco that thoir readers did to bo spared in fact would bo rathor gravo and dignified men stood around inclined to resent uny such forethought tho bodsido of poor Annette If it had on tho part of tho nuwsgutherers For cost the nrtist anything that littlo con this and tho other good reason that tho sultation in tho back sitting room would supplemental mystery of tho assault on havo proved an expensive luxury But Ellen Muxoy never got into print at all fortunately for him Dr Lamar was his tho matter dropped friend and thero was sufficient interest And so Maxey s great double mystery iu tho casotomako these wiso and high remained in spito of his almost frautio ly paid individuals in black coat think attempts to dispel it No now clows ap it worth their while to have a hand iu peared and tho old ones like the foot it for their own information steps in tho Hold at Somerset lod no-Â¬ While they were present the artist where Tho police ware discouraged and and his sister were excluded from the even Dr Lamar gave it as his opinion room When tho meeting wa over La that time spent in looking iuto this mat Â¬ mar called them in They found the ter was time wasted pliynleliui rubbing his hands la a state Miss Maxey fulfilled the physloians of unmistakable elation In foot his predictions by getting well in a few spirit were so high that they souiew hat day but the poor frightened faoe bat obeoured his viaiou He did not seem to looked forth from the pillows in the lit noiioe Miiw Maxey preaeuee au4 when Ue alcove room wmm pale and pitiful as Julian asked him how the ease stood he ever The exporimeuta wiUtmulo m a borat out with an euthwdaew which I o power lor guoVwhtob proniMd corrnsitrco Â¬ ISiS r- fnmj cf tin nrumtKoMricr rf rut JJ Jitei Â¬ Â¬ WVfflW t I 1 I Tm I was HnrsTpirlllii Iroiililcil wlili a hut linulnrhc mill Hint tired I nni employed feeling hy the St Louis San lruicluO Itnllwny and wan out In nil kinds of ttfntlier f Iicriii lo tnko riM Annual Meeting at tho Grounds at of tho Government Ho m -- - atemmm v Cjv w i It 0 I TllltlUTlH Monctt mi c i rllil tu MWiniirl Hu mritoiretlloodinndonlHoods because llindsKarsiiintlllAnnd niter liiklnp six linttlcs 1 filt perfectly well and IikI it good apputlte Hoods Harsaparllta Is n Krnt Mood partner and t ill idly recommend Dont Liko tho Policy of Swapping Gold for Paper anil Govornmotit Â¬ October 2 3 DTTHiVTnPC IW M 4 5694 J J D 11 Bonds UliabxJlb f II W Miller i J1 Taylor ONLY A GANG OF ROBBERS KniToit UuccKKNiiiiHii Nkws Having implicit faith iu and fully endorsing the libtial and just policy you pursue In con dueling the Nkws in aeoiding lo all patties a respectful lit tiring I have thought to give you my views though briefly hoping to add some tntert st to your paper and tlttnby Interest to some extent your many leaders First Under the present financial pol Â¬ icy adopted by the ltcpublicau and Democratic oflieials of the government they have stopped the coinage of silver and the Issue of silver certificates with over seventy four million ilollnrsln silver bullion paid for and now lying useless In the government vaults They havo is sued lifty million interest bearing bonds without a sptcial act of Congress under the pretense of strengthening the gold reservewliich with interest and premium will amount to bomo boventy millions n hen paid Thus increasing the public debt to that extent without rtceivingn single solitary benefit theiefor They havo virtually reduced this nation to a single gold standard They are now swapping gold lo bankers and for- Â¬ eign syudicatts for all kinds oi govern ment paper tints lobbing tho treasury of ninity five million iu gohl during the last year and five months And now only lifty millions of gold remaining on hand If the payment of silver is not resorted to our government will be com Â¬ pletely bankrupt so far its gold is con Â¬ cerned in a fow months more This policy if swapping gold for all kinds of government paperibMiiug bonds to repeat or rather to continue that policy which involves the government deeper in debt at every transaction should bo condtnined by every patriot in the laud Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ UNO W CAKTKItfctc W Klanghtt r W McCulloch Tyler rla O II TODP Pres pT WATKINHTretts Futuia Â¬ rv H WSAkStrSVy 3 7 Sarsa- - parilla Very Liberal Premiums To compete for in various departments The livo stock w ill be so arrangt tl nt to present at all times during tho fair an opportunity to view tho stock ami an ex- Â¬ hibition is positively assuretl that cannot be excelled in the state Plenty of water in all depatttnents Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- cd Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 7 term rMf I CU rluhtl this morning that if my diagnosis was svTyatvssqatv correct tho disease was necessarily fatal tliu hut Hoods Pills You must toll Iter Maxey that I mado imllivor incdlilie ireHarmless family cathartic reliable jure a mistake 1 thought to at the time but I find I was mistaken Thero is ono chance iu u thousand that by submitting WANTS LIGHT to a dangerous operation which will be very likely to either kill or euro her tho patient will recover Without that oper ation sho is doomed to suffering and W D Arnold tho Populist Candidate death Thinks He Has Our Dave What nn nlternativol cried Maxoy In a Hole aghast I nm sorry it is not in my power to offer you u better one but iu tho present IwnksvhIk Kv Ally ttst 20 1811 state of hcienco I cannot Thcro is a ro loutfess snbstauce no blggur than tho lhiiToit Nks Iii last wicks Issue of end of my littlo lluger remorselessly your paper I saw a letter from Hon 1 U Murray urging the democrats of this eating its way Into her brain If it is allowed to go on unchecked it will do its district and esptcially those who pup portul him iu his contest ngaliiit Mr fatal work Tho only way to check it Is Montgomery to rally to tho support ol to remove it That Is nrnronud danger the nominee of tho pa ty tho said Mr ous experiment which wo read of indeed Montgomery Mr Murray said iu his books suoluvt Sir Ast ley Coopers in old compilations of CO years ago but so speeches at Ouston and Andyvllle that rarely resorted to in practice that I did the democratic represents Hvi s of the people had made a Dam badiiiets of It not know until today it was successfully accomplished very recently In Engand that the whole kit ami fry ought to land Tlieio is scarcely a precedent to be turned out anil a new set nf men in that op ration Now you understand tho eluding himself should be elt eted Now case It remains for you to say whether ho h clans it lo bo both his duly and tho patient shall go to tho hospital and bo operated upon or remain hero jimY the duty of the people to kicp the w hole kit and fiy in Wns the lion dlo David It Murray speaking through hit Would tho operation if successful restore her to her mind and memory hat in his ronttst for tho Democratic questioned Maxey eagerly nomination tor Congress M Murray It docs not follow at all Tho vory says in his letter 1 am bo tnrnefctly ol matter that has confused and baflled all boll f that the preservation of the our calculations so long is tho complex- the rights of the people nnd restorotion and ity of tho symptoms Besido tho epileptinaintenatuo of their prosperity must form symptoms nrising from tho tumor which by tho way must havo been well lepend upon tho carrying out of the along in its dangerous work before the principles of Democracy and that tin accident at tho beach road thcro aro tho defeat of our doctrines means disaster to psychical results of a curious mental tiio great body of ur citizens that I take Perhaps tho mental trou disturbance the liberty to af k tlioSv who supported bio was tho consequence of tho fright and would havo been soon conquered but me to work and vote for Mr Montgom- Â¬ for the work of tho tumor All this is ery yet a very short time ago ho was conjecturo Tho possible remit remains just as earnestly of tho belief that the to bo seen Shall I go on or not preservation of the rights of the people Two hours later Maxoy gave his reply bo demanded that the present Congress Goon should bo turned down and new men elected Ho appealed most eloquently CHAPTER VIL to tho voteis whom ho sought to II itter MAlinH A lirntNNINCI MAXFV Maxoy read the letter In tho fading by calling them sovereigns to elect him light by tho window while tho messen for tho very reason that tho principles of ger who had brought tho note to his Democracy were not being carried out rooms waited cap in hand It was as And now what chet k to turn round and follows ask tho same voters to vote for the very HosriTAl Dec SO 1CS1 The nlrl lias epottcn Iter namaUDu Hr man and men whom ho denounced as LAMAR father IIm b in Iluua btrcct false to their pledges and false to the Short epigrammatic to tho point p ople What aio the principles of the said Thcro will bo no answer modern Democracy anyhow The do Maxey Ho heard tho doer closo behind tho feat of our doctrines mentis disaster to rotiriug messenger and began to paco tho great body of our citizens What tho floor his hair erect and his necktio ate our doctrines Does ho iiieun the askew whllo his impatient thoughts doctrine of the singlo gold standard or travoled over thowidornngoof possibil- ftee silver 10 to 1 17 to 1 or any ratio to ities Which tho information iu tho doc- be determined by international agree- Â¬ tors lcttor seomed to open boforo him ment Docs ho mean by our doc Suroly now ho was on tho vorgo of tho most important revelations and yet ho trlnt s low tarifr high tariff tariff for hesitated for tho moment how to act iu protection tariil only for revenue or froi trade puro and jlmple tho emergency Dots he It was n question to him whether it mean by our doctrines tho advocacy wero better at onco to intrust this mat- of the national banking system or oppoter to those whoso business it was to in- sition to it Does he mean by our doc Â¬ vestigate crlmo or to attempt that in vestigation by himself alouo and un- trines that the whisky rings should be given five years additional timo In which aided Iu tho first caso thero would bo tho ex to pay their taxes or that the sugar trust perience and educated acutcucss of a should be permitted to levy tribute on craftsman plying his vocation In the every pound of sugar consumed by the second caso there would bo tho native people of tho United States A littlo shrewdness of a novico whoso heart was light on the subject of whut is meant by fired with an enthusiasm and whose Â¬ miud was stimulated by an iutcrost for our doctrines will bo greatfully retho intensity of which Maxey hlmsolf ceived by a long suffering and patient was sometimes iu tho roro moments people Let Mr Murray remember that you can fool all the people some of the when ho indulged iu self examination at a loss to account time somo of the peoplo all tho time Whilo thq artist was still debating hut you cant fool all tho peoplo all the with himself this probloin Miss Maxey time Kospeetfully camo iu She cried out almost before W H AitNoiii sho opened tho door Oh Julian havo yon heard from tho The Louisville Market hospital Total sales in this market last week I have Annotto has spoken Sho has told her fathers name wore i02 1 liluls against I189 hhds for Miss Maxey uttered a glad cry and corresponding week of last year Total somowhat astonished her brother by im- receipts 2100 hhds against 1 170 hhds pulsively throwing her arms about his for corresponding week of last year neck and kissing him I am so glad I could cry sho ox Rejections lust week wero 037 hhds or 5 per cent of the auction Bales Of the Sho will get well Julian claimed total Bales 2007 hhds went Hurley and Sho will got woll iu spite of everything Tell mo tho rest nt onco Who pushed 057 wero dark tobacco her from tho road Why did ho do it There has been no perceptible change Why didnt her father answer tho ad In tho market since last week Receipts vertisomniit large as they havo been for My dear sister you forget that sho aro not bo somo weeks past but still larger than must still boa very sir k girl It U a torrlblo operation to htirvivc Dr La nt corresponding date last year Oiler mar told mo something about it Ugh I Inga aro exceeding receipts The quality Thoy havo to go iufo tho very brain U- - u tho breaks this week havo been below EOlf that of last week but tho condition has Miss Muxoy shuddered Loen eouie better Tho market has lack Dout Jullau ploasjo dont cdthususu and activity of last week Forgivo mo I forgot your sensitive uttribuabfc howevyr to tho lower grade nesu Lot us como to other things I of goods or offer Tho are want to know whut you think about a running pretty Iarx t shotting that not certain matter that has been uoublmg withstftiitflig tho fairly gootl prices pro mo Slmll I put this now clow in tho vaiIri licldew aro quite dec led in hands of tho polico or shull I undertake their views oi value hag been iu about Tho dark learktt to investigate It by myself tliOBaimt in lit ion now for snino weeks By yourself in tlio name of all that Except r types especially suited for leads to success How many thpes hYO Rglti iniiits tho market i k easy and wo been to tho poljoo And what havo Irregularly Iw thuy dona for ns Julian wo havo tried Pepotr iroui tho country indicate a Wo know what thoy enn to oofo o drouth prevaling all over tho tlmm state xceptu few localities that have NOW try yourself and if you fail tyweutert Maxey oiwn favored with local showers In Yes if 1 fail Why then wo shall bcq what I con oiiiu I hey report no rain sines corn waeÂ¬ Under the prevailing condipUntcd da tions It Is Impossible to make a This wns bo good a joko that both cf estimate of tho probable ylt ld reliable of the thorn so iguoruirt imj wo of thatvhlch growing crop Then will doubtless be ovon a fow days may wing fottk both a largo percentage ft Ukk1 ami line toÂ¬ of tliem laughed bacco iu the crop but It In undoubtedly TO UK CONTINUED tritrt that thero aro many acne iu drouth that vJll hardly raise a lots Almonds Albert and walnut have smitten at lilies jtwt how nucli theee Rut crop at This will localities will amount to In the auftrejiate placed on the free list mn reduce the prlcv ol theee nuts from two U mpoeible to eetliuate Farmers Home Journal to three cents a pound Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cures The Speed Department Will bo as animating and enjoyable as any part of tho fair Under proper restrictions speed contests nro acknowledged as a legitimate accessory to fairs tho prizes offered being a matUr of importance to tho farming cups as It stimulates the breeding of better Block The races will bo under the supervision of honest competent judgrs who will enforce discipline close and fait contests and award tho prizes only to thoso who honestly win exaet Floral Hall jF53 Ample premiums are offered and till who tan exhibit anything of in- U n st in this department are invited to do so and thus aid In making tin exhlition fully representative and a manifold exposition of all tho products of farm garden and household industry the earths generous bounty to tillers of her soil Trials of Speed TUUS1MY 1 OCTOliKll 2 Trot 2 Pur- II 20 class FIRST PAY 10 no 300 00 3 Ut 210 elms Mllo Unsh runnlnc Trot Pace WEDNESDAY A OCT 3 SECOND DAY 259 fll 300 III 300 clnss 225 class n Running Three tunrter utile dash THURSDAY OCT 7 Trot 235 class 8 Trot 3 jonr iilil t Running One nl dipnirtcr mllo dash FRIDAY OCT 5 5 2J0 00 4 THIRD DAY 00 00 IJ0 -F- ml 100 00 10 11 12 ljrp Trot Free rr all OURTH DAY flOO 00 300 OK 230 class Running Thrco uarter tulle heats SATURDAY OCT 0 500 00 FIFTH DAY 100 00 100 00 100 00 13 Paco 14 Trut 15 Consolation Cunsolatlon Running Half uillo heats THE IttMIUIY First The Constitution and tho high Â¬ est court in I Ids nation authorized and declared that the government has full authority to coin gold ami silver and is Â¬ sue legal tender paper money in any amount in time of pence as well its In war Therefore no timo need bo occu Â¬ pied iu discussing undoubted authority Stcond Cut loose frm all banks of issue let the banks tlo a brokerage and exchange business if they wish issuing and controlling the money of the govern ment should never bo placed in the hands of Incorporated Individuals and the government stand as their security to redeem their notes and make gootl their swindling and rascality as now practiced Third The government now has on hand ami paid fur silver bullion eiouh to run the mints at their full capacity for nearly four years Coin gold and silver without limit at tho present ratio Hi Issue greenbacks in sttllicient amount to increase the per capita to ut leasty fifty dollars Make gold silver and green Â¬ backs a legal tender for all tUbts public and private Fourth When the g iverntnent coins gold and silver and issues greenbacks it is paying elf debts When it Issues bonds It is running in debt A that all can surely see and under- Â¬ stand Therefore 1 am opposed to is- Â¬ suing binds under any nnd all circum stances Only a gang of robbers and paid agents of banks and foreign syndi- Â¬ cates would pervert tho wealth of tho government from its rue and proper Coin- Â¬ purpose as it now is being done ing money and issuing greenbacks must be steadily maintained to keep up with increase of population and business and to replace lost and woruout currency This financial policy strictly adhered to inside of ten years tho government could bo out of debt and the people too Then with all internal revenue taxes abolished wo would indeed and in truth be a free wealthy tuition as our forefathers intended it should be T S FiivstutK lteston Ky Aug 211801 1 Â¬ In races on last day all hurscs that have not won first money during this fair aro eligible cent entrance fee charges on all races except Saturdays races when no entrance fee Two horses to start will bo charged Entries fur races positively close on Wednesday Sc tnmbcr 20 ISJl Premium lltt r ccd prrgritnnics entry blanks and nil other ini ruiatlon Kill be furnMiod nn aptilication to the secretary at Owensbnro Ky 10 it J W CARTER Secretary Mr L 1 BAKU is lessee of all privileges M VlkWV A WATCH FREE For 5 New Subscribers and Get tin a club of 5 new subscribers and get one of these watches free 500 EARTH IK OEM TIME KEEPER OH American Levor Movement It will keep accurate time of order and In overy way faction It is nn American of which has neer been Requires no Key give entire satis- Â¬ Watch tho like Will not get out offend before on such terms Secure five now subscribers to tho -- - BRECKENRIDGE - NEWS And secure ono of these Watches ELIZABETHTOWN Mrs A Moor Â¬ man and Mrs James Moorman of Hlg Springs who have been tho guests of Dr and Mrs J W OConnor have re- Â¬ turned home Hon A 11 Montgomery is at homo He Is very much from Washington run down in health from hard work and will not likely go back this season unless his services aro needed Ho expects to enter actively in his campaign for about tho 1st of October and will speak n all the counties of the district Hon A II Montgomery and Hon John W Lowls aro booked for their first joint debate of tho canvass at Uptonvillo Saturday Tho occasion will doubtless draw a big crowd from tho three counties that corner there The two story frame house of Mr Fuller OrofcS iu Howes Valley was burnt to the ground laetFrithtymorning together wltjt jwarlyalljjtho eentwits1 Tho Jlio origlnatedjronna defetlveflue in rtho lfcu kitchen ami was under full headway be Â¬ Mr Gross Jose fore It was ljseQjefed Is at least 1 100 wit It Insurance amount Â¬ IH ing to 750 Mr Lowls Willlaipsat West Point hoe recently bored a well near hla resl deuce and ha struck nuturil gus in jmj Ing tpianltks The well is one of the finest ever sunk in the was - and Is yielding 1500000 feet a day lie Is util Â¬ ising a part of It for lieatlnfc ami eook ing purpoaea Mrs A M Â¬ Â¬ Jx-lt- Newt Clarkson M ij jj A student of Bradstreots fail- - EE has boon investigating 80 per urcs and finds that about EE cent of business ad- - houses that go to the wall are those that do not MSz 3I x j3B 15 fi Si vertisc Ncwspapordom jm wAiasas ij 1T1 i 1T1 hmjiiii Ht m JUAU1 RQQCQ Will UnmiltQil ymgmam nVtf vr iji tpg H1 J-- X HIElf Tftp Best And p fl Cfntter one to love im to good tyorki America Leads tw World Will tcnuli thu Uiiopca school Mr Juno McGchco of Long Ilnmeh was in our midst last week Undo Mnthew llaynes wan very sick three or four days last week Ituv I C Arwihrighl begins n pro I i mMH J f Strength A A V MHB rTTiiMfTfMrT IK A H 1 I a - - VjtQVayllrLM Kieereiic J The Crowning Glory of the Age Mans enterprise culminated at the Worlds Columbian Exposition The memory of it will be a marvel for all time The fame there acquired will live for years The manufacturers of Â¬ Dr Priced Cream Baking Powder appreciate the awaid to them of highest honors at the Exposition The significance of the compliment the splendid character of the indorsement cannot be underrated It stamps Dr Prices as without a peer among the baking powders The jury of awards an exceptionally intelligent body was headed by the Chief Chemist of the United States Department of Agriculture They found Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder strongest in leavening power perfect in purity and of uniform excellence Â¬ Â¬ trailed meeting at Iuynesvlllo Sunday Mr Hugh Little and grandson Pink of Corydon lud was hero last week to dipposu of his wheat Many thanks to Misses Ella and Nellio I lay lien for thoso nice grapes They were tho finest Ive seen this season Gabo Brown leaves soon for Kansas Ho contemplates accompanying Mr Titos Phillips who will leave about or before tho middlo ot September Dr Uurch repoits II cases of typhoid IV er In a radius of three miles in the vicinity of liattlctown A singular fea- Â¬ ture exist to tho effect that all thu patients have used nono other but spring water Tho Lyddan Styles cyclone thresher was iu our neighborhood last week and worked on into the river bottom finishing up tho crops that Phillips slighted and those that slighted Phillips Dan Styles did the cleanest threshing that has ever been done in this neigh borhood There is no longer an uncertainty in regard to having a postofllce at Oak Grove John Cain is fitting up a room with fixtures for that purpose and the inhabitants of that rural district nre re- Â¬ joicing in hourly expectation of seeing Mr Thoruburg rumbling down the hill by Noahs ark with tho east bound mail Milan is the name of tho new postofilce Nancy wfiej wo get tho Ukron Itpm jr the Mcracpgcr In starting out that morning Olattd Brown and myself wo aimed to Like the nleklo plato road by going through an old out field beyond Pleasant Grove a roulo wo had traveled early in tho spring and didnt know it had been fenced up until wo got In sight of the aforesaid road w hen lo and behold a fenced up corn field nbout two or three aires wide loomed up before us When we fully realized our situation wo were struck with a feeling akin to sadness It mado us sad to thiuk of retracing our courso going around two or three miles just for the likes o that 2x4 corn patch and it mado the cold lizards of doubtas to what tho result might bo should tho owner of wild corn catch us iu thu midst thereof with bursa and buggy creep along our backs and penetrate our whole anatomy Well we came to a dead halt and looked at each other and at that corn patch I said Claud Claud said Jim and there wo sot for about flvo minutes and thunk and thuuk and thunk At tho expiration of that timo Claud said Jim lets down that fence straddle Then a row of corn and tako tho risk and I said Thems my sentiments we both hit tho ground at tho same time We didnt realize a full sense of our audacity until wo were hall way across tho field then jo began to feel n burn- Â¬ ing sensation of guilt just behind tho ears and it didnt leave us either until wo had gotten through tho field left both fences just as wo found them and was going down tho road in a long trot Wo drovo carefully through tho fluid and dont believo wo broke down two stalks of corn and if tho owner of that corn will forgive us wo wont do so any more Thing tq nohf r ll iii mmirini Do o proykfi tin x 34 i ijji i fii n n 9 rmpmni IT II mrrji ltcjjrew The trouble with most bad tigfin collars is Ill tell you the reason I didnt Â¬ Foremost Baking Powder in all the World FARMING Tho Old Timo Way Soil Qno of Tilling tho of tho Lost Arts and Elec- Â¬ Mechanical Chemical trical Science Has Changod The Whole Process Steam And Chemistry Now Work MODERN MARCH OF PROGRESS In modem life one of the moaUtriking featuruB that Iiih been nntl isboinjrdevol oped moru and moru rapidly ia the inturdupundfiiuu of tho members of the human family Ah thu population in- ureases thu hermit or pmsi hermit life so frequent years ago when the fanner for months In the winter saw hardly any faces except those of his own family and when he conducted his fanning operations in almost complete independ ence of thu rest of the world is fast becoming an impossibility In old tiuus thu farm was a self supporting world in ittelf The wells springs and cisterns supplied water the domestic animals got all their food from it and it produced its own feitiliers lly rotation of crops by letting land lie fallow and by the use of fertilising material produced on the farm the land was kept fertile Kiin descended from the clouds without any human agency Now the conditions are wry diHerent Thu greater demands of modern civiliza- Â¬ tion militate against thu simple life of tho New Kngland fanner of one or two generations ago Tho fanners children wish to compete with city children in education and in general culture But outside of the personal aspect of which this is but one element modern conditions nlcct his life in a much broader sense Tho tendency now is to work thu soli in large areas devoted to a single crop and to use machiuury in nil farm Â¬ ing operations Tor many years past the American inventor has been busy inventing most ingenious machines for cultivating tho ground for sowing the seed and for harvesting tho crops On account of tho inventors work tho WesÂ¬ tern farms with fields of wheat reaching to tho horizoncultivated by steam drawn plows and whoso trops aro harvested by great muchines dmwn by teams of many horses have become a possibility The great cereal crop of tho Inited States is duo to thu mechanical inventor In thu same order of things Is tho For dillurent crops modern fertiliiwr different fertilizers aro made in factories As tho great natural sources of phosÂ¬ phoric acid w ero ovtrdrawnthu European ugiiculturallut ban utllled tho finely ground slag of tho basic bteel process Tho farmer depends no longer on bis barnyard but purchases Ills plant food in tho most approved form made In factories from the most unpromising sources of supply Tho Atlantic coast Is patrolled by steamers whoso occupation is thu catching of men baeen or bony 11 dt After tho oil is extracted from these fish tho farmer lias a claim on what in left as a source of nitrogen for South American nltrato of his crop soda is another source of nitrogen Tho German mines supply him with his potash and the blending of all the ele Menta luefiVcUitlii the fertilizer factories whose protHsws are guided by the most mater- xaet chemical analysea of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Do Tho Tho electric road to whose operations lieedlefs of vested rights so many high Â¬ ways have been surrendered bids fair to revolutionize tho aspects of rural life It is believed by many that the electric load will eventually haul tho fanners products to the cities or railroad stations and the improvement of country roads has actually been discouraged by those who believe in tho highest development of this form of traction Where the process of development of modern life will end it is hard to see Tho farmer who would seem to be the last to be subjected to modern scientific advancements is really speaking rela- Â¬ tively the one most affected Mechani Â¬ cal chemical and electrical science have changed his entire status Among inven- Â¬ tors thu farm is recognized as the field for most useful work in invention Man may yet learn to dispense with coal and the steam engine may be relegated to the past The self contained energies of the cosmic system may yet bo used to replace the motor which during tho last decades has replaced them Windmills and waterw heels represent tho utilization of cosmic energy and mankind may yet be driven to a more extensive use of the mechanical powers of nature But for food production it seems as if tho soil for many years to como must bo tho only resource Synthetic chemistry has to make enormous advances before it can produce palatable food Already it has done something iu produciug glucose and saccharine as sugar substitutes but until the synthesis on the largo scale of carbon and hydrogen is effected the synthetic chemistry will bo inchoate In tho modern march of progress tho fanner will hold his own The changes in his processes thu abolishment of the quiet rural life and of tho farm as an ulmost self contained unit of existence are brought nbout by the devotion to his interests of the enlightenment of tho world and tho world in its turn is more and moru dependent on him His suc- Â¬ cess or failure in tho Western States af- Â¬ fects tho earning of the railroads and through them tho lluancial condition of tho Eastern and Kuropean capitalist The dependence ot mankind on the past and present products of tho soil is be Â¬ coming more and more emphasized as modern science daily proves itself inca Â¬ pable of dispensing with the slow processes of nature Tho field for science and invention in improving farm pro Â¬ cesses is onu of tho greatest Mechanics and chemistry will every year take a larger part in tho ojierations dependent on plant culture and future years may yet see so systematic a system of farm and tree culture established that the entire country with diflnato areas for particular crops will seem but one great farm whoso fields will be represented by areas of many miles extent As steam and chemistry now do their most Impor Â¬ tant woik in connection with tho crpps electricity may yet supplant them or re enforce their operations llalley a well known citizen ot Eugene Oregon says his wife has for years been troubled with chronic ill arrhiea and used many remedies with little relief until she tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and diurrlxea Remedy which has cured her round and well Give it a trial and you will be surprised at tho prompt relief it affords 25 and 50 cent bottles for salo by A It Fisher Cloveiport Ky and Kincheloo Hoard Co Hardlnsburg Ky A M compliment the Preston girls in my let ter to the News I got stuck at Puynes ville the day of the ball game on one of tho fair sex from Preston I kept brag ging on her good looks all tho time I was there and would you believe It after Icamohorae I learned that sho was a married lady Its a fact it paralyzed me I was afraid to say any thing more in their praise though perhaps some of See the rest of em had Olivers Watermelon thieves are quite numer- Â¬ ous in this neck of tho woods this season We hear of raids being mado on patches of tho lnsi i irs fruit in every direction We were invited to eat watermelons with Mr WKMiller who bad a flue patch in his garden unclosed with n pick et fence A thief or thieves anticipated us carrying off thu finest the patch afforded They entered tho garden by tearing off several pickets Tho old gentleman laid for em thu following night with a bull dog and double barrel shot gun but the thief didnt come back so tho plan of execution failed to mate- Â¬ rialize Mr A M Weidman who also has a nice patch in his garden took a hint and prepared to blow some water- Â¬ melon thieves into kingdom come He planted a musket loaded to the muz- Â¬ zle with powder and shot at his grape arbor tied a trot lino around the garden in such a shape as to intercept tbo thief from whatever direction he entered pull- Â¬ ed the hammer back and left the gun to execute its deadly mission while he without any malice aforethought of course hied himself to tho houso and lay down to sleep the sleep of the just saying musingly to the anticipated thief Your blood bo on your own bands About the turn of the night tho old hound dog set up a howl Ab shook his ambrosial curls and gave the nod to his better half gently poked his head out tho door and whispered sick em There was no sound in tho garden how ever as if hades had given a holiday and its inhabitants were trying to para Â¬ lyze this uppei world with a noise cal- Â¬ culated to wake the muses of Etrurian shades so at thinking that his water- Â¬ melons were still safe tumbled into bed and slept the remainder of the night away But lo and behold when Aurora blushing like a bride arose from her saffron colored couch and peeped in through tho window at him her visual ray disturbing his peaceful slumbers caused him to spring from his bed of down His first thought floated out in tho direction of tho melon patch and hither ho bounded Gee whiz I the wily thief had been there mastered the situ- Â¬ ation cut lino with a keen knife left foot prints in tho place of watermelons such is life The sagacity of the thief averted an explosion which would have caused tiie people from Sirocco to Kings Landing tremble as if an earth quake had ronded tho bowels of tho earth be Â¬ neath them I was at Aba house tho next morning and found him devising plans to fire that old musket oil Ho was talking about chaining it to a tree and fastening a steamboat cable to the trigor and pulling it off by means of a yoke of oxen Wo were in eight feet of Gypsy Maids door tho 18th inet and didnt know it until wo were leaving Sam Browns storeand having had an engagement to meet a man at Guston at a certain hour was compelled to hasten on without re- Â¬ ceiving a glimpse from the Messengers genial correspondent who wields her pen so gracelully as to cause us all to peruse Â¬ In tho old field previous to entering tho corn field wo discovered a sight which is indelibly impressed on our memory Wo thought wo had discover- Â¬ ed a flower garden belonging to some nymph of the woods It proved to bo a pond completely covered with water lilys Wo couldnt see tho black clear lake like water until wo got close to the pond The lillies were different from any wed over seen Their large floating leaves were a curiosity and flowers the prettiest wed ever seen growing wild They aro brought hero from tho lakes by migrating birds I plucked one lower and one leaf and presented them to Gypsy Maid through tho kindness of Sam Brown J caving Ekron about 11 oclock wo arrived at Guston in time for dinner From Guston wo dropped down to Irv ington and took supper with our old friends Charlie licit and family While at tho latter place we saw a man drooping around looking as melancholy as a sick rat Some how I couldnt help feel- Â¬ ing a kind of commiseration for him and began to inquire of tho people there as to what ailed him Tney soon led me into tho light of his troubles Eugene Wheelan said that bis name was Hay craft Bill I lay craft and that Wallace Duncan had stolen his shirtlcollar Just at 8 oclock wo saw tho dawn of the rising moon harnessed up our horse and had a pleasant drive home Â¬ the shirts are wrong We know the simplest way to fix it but you wont agree that were unprejudiced witnesses Well tell you anyway get your shirts Tho man who thinks only of himself and In forgctu of his obligations to oth- Â¬ YEARS SUFFERED ers doesnt count for much either in this world or the next Dyspepsia Chronlo Diarrhoea A purely Boifish man who wants Debility Rheumatism 10 Years everything and gives nothing Uvea In the suburbs of purgatory and will not All Yield to Cormotuor have far to go when he dies To recognize your rights and ignore I am soventy fivo yoars old For moro than forty years I was a sufloier your duties is to pursuo a policy which with nngela deplore and dovlls rejoice at DYSPEPSIA God can use n man to the best advant What I nto mado mo sick and finally age when tho bouI which is prono to tho troublo ran into a selfishness evicta it tenant and makes room for tho occupancy of heavenly vis- Â¬ CHRONIC DIARRHOEA itants I was reduced to a sttto ot groat Tho man who seeks for this worlds debility Iu this condition some two or three yoirs ago I began to uso Dr goods exclusively whoso chief possession Kings is a bank account will find himself out ROYAL CERMETUER of place in heaven a stranger in a strange land It has dono tno moro good than all tho medlcfnes I havo over taken I can Money is a good thing to work for but it isnt the only thing nor tho best EAT ANYTHING I LIKF thing and my general health is good I It is not woll to despise monoybut you also had should remember that while it will pur- Â¬ chase much that is desirable it will buy Rheumatism 10 Yoars neither character nor happiness Unless in my band and arm and slnco tak you generously share It with thoso who ing the Oormetiicr that too Is entirely 1 liavo recommended Gert rcllovod aro unfortunato it will mako you narrow metuor to many others who hav and mean used it with great benefit I think Tho most pitiful spectacle that eye it Is the greatest medicine that I know of ever looked upon is tho man who has MRS B PURSE It Uazlohurst Miss1 more than ho knows what to do with Mrs Pursor Is tho mother of Rovri but refuses to givo his surplus to keep D I and J II Parser of Now Or tho wolf nway from tho door across thu leans two eminent Baptist ministers street 1100 G for 500 Bold by1 Drugglsti Tho noblest men are thoso who give King Royal Qtrmetutr Co Atlanta Qt not thoso who keep and there is more satisfaction in seeing a poor mans child- Â¬ ren eat tho bread which you have furn Â¬ REPOR ished than in sitting at your own tablo Correctly weekly by lumphrey Iaufer T when plenty abounds if you ignore tho duce Cora million Merchant J Second bt poor mans children and let them go Main and Market Ioulivllle Ky hungry LOUISVILLE KY Aug 28 lb9i True religion Is a very simple matter Shipper ihonld mark alt packtgei plait You can get along without a creed but with ihlpperi name and poit ofBce addreii you cannot get along without doing good BUTTKR 12 to your fellow creatures who need your Choice country Medium 11 help Creamery 20 Tho world is full of sorrows and strug- Â¬ EQ0S 12 gles Tears fall like showers and sighs Fresh ilAJMCI fill tho air as when the wind sweops Michigan hand ploked 1 75 to through a forest of pines Thoso who Indiana Nary 1 60 to 1 00 to Old or Common and colored suffer are part of the family to which FEATUERS you belong You have no right to be Trlme white gooie 31 q 20 j indifferent To be neglectful is a crime Mixed 15 6 If you can lend n helping hand but re Â¬ Uld 1 duck No 25 fuse to do it on the ground that you wish HIDES 3 CJ to uso both hands for yourself you lose Oreen food 1 good Dry an opportunity which Providence has Dry Salt good flint presented and you will have difficulty Sheep iklnj 10 m 12W in explaining your conduct when tho Uooitera per lb ruuiiiar hour of reckoning comes Hens per lb 6 1 50 Doing good to others is the best way to Spring Chickens per doz a DRIED APPLES AND PEACHES get a blessing for yourself Apples choice bright quarters t You will find tho strongest proofs that Apples average iX t tho religion you bolievo in is from God Apples old Peaches new 4 if you will dease studying tho theology Peaches old which is in books aud dovoto an equal WOOL 21 time to Gods poor in your neighbor- Â¬ Tab washed AN AGED LADY 40 3 lOOniG HIT li hood THEHONAItCHS OF THE AEENIC WORLD and collars here Our shirts fit our collars Twenty Third Annual Tour of Sells Brothers Enormous United Shows On Monday Sept 10 the famous Sells Brothers will visit Owensboro with their entire colossal unity of Circuses Monster Fifty Cage Menagererie Royal Roman Hippodromo Huge Elovated Stages Af- Â¬ rican Aquarium Australian Aviary Arabian Caravan Spectacular Pageant Trans Pacific Wild Beast Exhibit and Admis- Â¬ splendid Free Street Parade sion reduced from 50 to 25 cents for every body Had not Adam Forepaugh and P T Barnum made their final exits from mortalitys great arena presumably to manage a galaxy of stars elsewhere they would be forced to accede that Sells the Brothers now have essentially Greatest Show on Earth and tho only legitimate ono of its kind left A men Â¬ agerie which includes many rare wild beasts the only pair of full grown giant Hippopotami worth 100000 Is some- Â¬ thing to boast of Other notable features are a most singular Hairless Horse a whole flock of stately Ostriches and the trotipd of educated Seals and Sea Lions and fully 1 000 other novelties The pro- Â¬ gramme of Hippodromo races and gener- Â¬ al performances are upon a truly imper Â¬ ial scale and introduces tho greatest drivers riders and athletes of both sexes including an astonishing troupe of BerÂ¬ ber and Bedouin Gymnasts Tho nowly devised spectacle of tho Pilgrimage to Mecca will introduce in tho arena many rich striking and romantic novelties our collars fit our shirts our shirts fit you however irregular your form Jno D Balrtage E O BABBAG E Manager Easy to Take itnd keep the system fn Perfect Order LI thr lowdutly who was not the Grand Master Workman during tho re Â¬ cent strike hen asked his opinion as to how far the nearest saloon should be from the schoolhotise replied About five hundrtd miles would be a reasonabo d stanceaccordlug to my way ol thinking Lutheran World V MrT AVERS CATHARTIC PILLS A specific for Henducho Constipation and Dyspepsia Every doso School Brett In the matter of lead traBeporta joa the farmer ie being takes care of begea books and school supplies Bab Effective A Charming Hostess Tho Richmond Register gives the fol- Â¬ lowing account of an enjoyablo enter- Â¬ tainment given by a former well known young lady of our county The guest was Miss Nellie Richardson daughter of Judge Orla Rlchardsonfonnerly of IJron denbiirg Thu hostcsj was formerly Miss Belle Root of Union Star The Register Mrs Will T Tevls gave to half a Bays hundred members of Richmonds best society folks a treat on Tuesday evening which they will long and plcasurably re Â¬ call to mind It waaarecoptlon tendered Miss Richardson an accomplished and lovely young lady from Louisville who was a favorite pupil of Airs Tuvis some years ago The Tevls homo is peculiarly well adapted to entertaining large assem Â¬ blages there being four front apartments parlor hall reception room and diniug room In the latter were served delight Â¬ ful refreshments of sherbetcream coflee wafers cake salted almonds and fruits a delicious repast- - A band of music was stationed on the porch where iced Miss Ruth lemonade was dispensed Crow presided at the colli e urn during tho evening owing to the sudden and regrottible illness of the hostefs The affair was as pretty and enjoyable aa could be and Col Tevia and hie son Harry and beautiful daughter Mies Sallle were unremitting iu their atÂ¬ tention to the gueets Everyone was delighted with Mm Kieltardeon whoae etianoiag manner Instantly entrenched her in the eMeem of all IT u I When a man gives cheer to anothers heart tho angels mysteriously put cheer into his own Givo It is right and proper to pray us this day our daily bread but God asks a price for His answer and that prico is that you shall give some one else a Bhare of tho bread He gives to you If you aro suffering from an affliction what will you do How shall you seek relief By asking God to lighten your No by doing what you can to burden lighten the burden of some equally troubled soul If you bring a smile to tho trembling lips of another you will Boon discover that a smile is alighting on your own lips like a butterfly on a flow- Â¬ er Would you increase your faith Would you dissipate you doubts Would you convince yourself that life is very well worth living even when the shad- Â¬ ows throw their gloom on your path Then visit thoso who aro wearily plod- Â¬ ding along hopeless and friendless You will find yourself stronger by for getting yourself and saying n kindly word to some poor creaturewould think he was in heavenly surroundings if he lived under your roof and enjoyed your advantages When you are in the presence of the Lord who was himself poor and oppress Â¬ ed and so lonely that He knelt in Gethsetnano to ask for help you will be poorly off if you have nothing better to say than that you accepted all the creeds of tho church and kept yourself unspot- Â¬ ted from the world But you will be well off if you can assure Him that you kept some one eiso unspotted from tho world at great pains and sacrifice Love God love your neighbor obey tho command Feed ray lambs anil you will get a warm wolcomo at the end of tho journoy after death It is not what you believe but what you do that will entitle you to n resid- Â¬ ence in the Now Jerusalem You may be worth a million but if you have dono nothing to mako tho world better you will die a beggar You may be counted among tho poor but if you have been a brother to your yellow men a group of angels will gather about your bed and UBher you with songs into tho presence of Him who said Tho first shall be last and tho last first No ono ever ytt loved God acceptably who did not love His children There is no room in tho House not built with hands for a soul that has not not made some sacrlfico for others If you love your kind and manifest that love ly generous deeds it will bo but a step from your grave to heaven New York Herald Grease fine Urease coarse Merino Hurry and Cuts MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeswax Sorghum Molasses 18 14 10 10 B04 uai We quote prices wharf No 3 oats uiiAiix to day on Loutsvil OATS S ranu 30 Q Strictly choice Choice No 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw- - RAY 10 50 11 00 g 10 00 G 4 75 wrap J lfiV g CORN holce white urtolce inelled j Good to extra shipping CATTLE 4 3 3 3 00 50 Light shipping Best Butcher Medium to good butcher HOGS Choice packing and butchers 5 Fair to good 5 Roughs 6 Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under4 Oood to extra shipping Fair to good LAMBS Good to extra spring 10 good rair 40 00 25 20 50 75 SHEEP 2 75 1 60 4 50 2 6U LoufsvIHe St Louis Texas R TIME SCHEDW Taking Effect At 600 oclck A If Sunday Dee nett Sound Tratni 53 61 sro attSouA Mall 4 62 Bxprs Bxpri Dally 6 30pm Mall A STATIONS Kxpra Dally 12 Dally 7 45jnr WA J c I DU 72 800 8 8 IvUnn Hoc 730 77 765 804 8 IS 8 21 40 43 iitar Kentucky bt West lolnt Howard 1 45Dd IZ3U 11 60411 9 31 900 907 917 92ti llramlcnburg Ouiton Irvlogton Wcbater Lodiburir ron Haven Lone Hranch 1147 1132 1121 1107 1069 1060 1033 1025 1020 1011 1000 fSrjv Uld 830 833 8 45 945 964 10 04 10 41 865 UU OICJ 1114 1014 1020 1021 1060 1063 1105 1110 1121 1130 1134 1140 11 684 m 12 12pm 1222 1233 1233 1242 M6U 1267 10 2U 10 3J 017 9 2s fierce Siple Stepheniport Addlion Holt Cloverport Shops SI 10 OJ 2 V 931 943 964 10 02 1007 1012 1019 1035 69 1109 1114 1119 1125 10 9 48 Haweavllle Kalcon Cavce Lewfsport Inian Petri 946 933 922 914 908 901 8 68 104a H3J 1145 1163pm 108 114 UlOtin 130pm Mattingly OrlffitV btanley Worthlngton lleadi Owensboro lower lates 840 826 8 15 tin etti arHcadcrsn SpolUvllle Iv 802 7541 761 743 738 727 719 TOW sr 1 v lo i LouIsYilleHadlnsburgWestq Ho 3 TIME TABLE Irving W Larimore physical dlrecor TAKING EFFECT JULY ol Y M O A Dee Moines Iowa says West Hound Trains Bast Bd he can conscientiously recommend Cham Â¬ D7II7 Dally DJ berlains Pain Balm to athleteagymnats ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex N bicyclists foot ball players and the pro Â¬ No 5 No 1 Lv IrvlsKlon Ar fession in general for bruises sprains Oarnold lUrned and dislocations also for soreneee aud HardlBtburc Kirk stiffness of the muscles When applied Jolly before the rt become swollen it will Gltnlane DemBtier eHaet a cure in one half the time usually arPallaflevKHv required For sale by A R Fisher RMkvask Cloverport Ky 4 Kinelietae Board AailM tm A Go HanliMlmrg Ky iMfttArrii - vl- tij i5Lf tjgftatJdltefc wijX7mu f gii AT JVW ona do r THE lhietvr B3tiGor ItihIi cainitiUrfoodFfief4iK Hcfiool sAita of chtIrenjIU3licrd iUren1 goods fop Wtool KKOK EMKEJXaiEb jEfltf cnn ii iAHtireKir alddoMiaiiUtlkvv flr ft II i l Oinp A 1 QlVtWBQiiIrl3f fimoiitiwn a rn -- Jawii5yTOjVvtiMajMBr5tii I 1 s 6 1I I PERSONAL r v aji i iVTTUKINEV 1iut oiiico A giflVUUIOHT KV Odlcc nlth Dnvlil R Murray girls - Snlzers for school siip- I nboo Dr AV Dilbhnga is thb ntttftai BRECKENRIDGE I I t Jtaif 44i4 rH HllH Vf NEWS- - ii J huse s J Veil ueut to nnall Mundiri W 1 Cottrell went to touIWillWti n to llmndcnbur- t J ii Mrs L W Harnett spent lnhl week in A ra John fierce Jennie Vlno0rqvovu II m vmillnqdi n J wri ing A Mrfi V Workfolk to his rs Iin8 ii is quito sick nt this i Dnuoiiu in visitingiin iClcrt 1 A Sons RSi w i - miI iIII 8 tiirnrt went yctl Tllo Ilich tthoolopeiiH next Monday I WKDNJiSUMY AU0U8T 20 S4 Il t Stjawnnd In Blhck ii fJukrV likivcrTf2liff oflhrff sbpVn this season is imjw g C wMlToiinerTti Thundijr BffSj if wife Went to vAJJfjon J tanfen- - bed and typhoid fever is tiuirpd Miss Norn Henderson of Irviligton is visiting Miss Emma Dee McGchec M nlld Mrs1 1 BoildurAllt liaVo lad a visit to Ihdlr fribnds 111 Hid country Mr R lBrashcar and Miss learle Wimj wjll leaVo lor Owensboro this week Mlfises Ida land Jean Wotib liriVQ Kft us ijfjqraij finjpyablo vsUto Mm Coughs Verort Lucilelmgmore returned to Hnr umm i V BB Wt m rni a w m fm m n Notice to Sfoiorlberi ku Jery tablet ami iram whkhjoiir liolh wreK The lnle on tin lnirf liltllralra the lime 10 This serves autiicilpllon U niil iiniiutiKu Babuauo nuiiiron llic imirulii nfth pApun nJ te ITU l tlonery lino collect IT not comet pknic lit let u know If All roads Jtall Jo Supers nt oiiLf your llpc has expired plre rmew ciwjds nro gomg IJiat wnjrWJd BiBriiiiijMIlifliliPfj4fJt tiiuWls can Iixmmtc mr naie pniiieu mier your LOCAL BREVITIES nicA yopr wni mmm Tar 8prTgi and tbo iilMrl ndlMrs I l In tho city Ww u dlnii Grove Monday aisij Mntnlo Kelly roturried to her hontolh Owensbrtro Monday Vis- N M Juda Ball tif lrardlhsburjls Hill r hdr Bister Mrs Jas TihiUi of1 Sample is vfsit- A iss Mn HiyniiinM r uig 110 iniuiiy 01 ir100 fowaji Mil BmtewgmQmj j i rr i VJobJI it Ioul iMIIeraro iiy5 iMi -a Will Itiley has typhoid fovOr For milk toast go to tho City Bakeiy VidkDtavflii3BiiupFovngftiryA Wafeted tHiiftafrftTn-Rl3r-dillQ- wr Homo r- - vtfr - J3k - t ft ir tv ff j x A V5 - rv P V r 1 Hi Vr regular cuurcii day iiii n ui ii 111 Y r visiting her sister Jl Mlii Addle 0 Ditto r Hi uruuii luiiiiBuu ui lmviuBS county Suzers spt-11 ciitirifuy unupiiiiU4iy wiiii ui t i ui Next lrlday is Squlro Bobcrtsous rulo Loulivllle waa hero on JaV cs Jounsoii anu iiiuniy - day at Gh ndeano I I II til I I H iAQst Cloyenwt havipg lefiwUHUS K I II lenii rfpresuutiiig mo umjriuu vaunting legal bualneii lait week lit nil l i i Jll ll It aqhiiiei is at WW HeysW H6iise7 Kl wonder what our weatlier pj ppljqts lit irppressipnpf Jipr flwi ml ll ii Mrs Isnnr Simnntoii of lntesvtllo was aOaRrEOUS iTREATMENT - JtUUloia lIclt oCJIoltliHieguutof Jtr pleijsnut I wll laveto 8iy abqnt ithcsoylqoinq I tl itft t ii in I nT im J io ikwh is lniieuteu tu iwr niuiiuu Landc MriCJV MoounarL tii hi in tlu city yestorJay 111 vu tivi r i 9v I r t si r n Augustif not 1 iMr I r T l WeitiierVidUof Addison foV5iit Q Hie 3 ONEi PRICE TOO ALL K J iss Ethel McGulre of Louisville is n BlipH JWQars MyB Fresh crackers niul cakes just received AifoWhwaWif kw fiOfoMrMr SI ul iyjsi irof Mifwdkjtlm IlciwiH iMisrsAlico goni yet Hnuu best walermelona itil the sen- jImiW lunY s I I ii Ji r aid Mrs L iV jai froinilhocityiiH with Mifcfl May Dee Glinpin of Hitusi ll Hill oflTTebdlirion I TKtn MlMTAidliolJ The magistrates rourta begin uext tiiiPRTmJlR TTT R Tnttrtfflf v lwM MtHlWlirl Una Mrsi Willllendrick niiiVMrsoToin I fliiffcy Iiefjrifin Allen has dimeieoinf good V A ifea Tmsday at McDqnicltf 14Hfe rartii il fi mi ft n spent Ii wotjk bfrAllcns hill You can Ilrlvoup JtriIIafdiiiatid1 1 feptint last Wed illal ami eon Bob of Ilardinsburg Ifolt II Mim iviliiuM A miirffiii v ri Try our extra strdng school shoes for J l uuuiiKuuug 4theMli llrooV Stepbeni of MUrrhy J ienduVg nesdAy with Jlfas JonnleWoolfolk Saturday and Sunday with iMri and M ii nnuiuuwn il iiuw wiiiiuui t week With Mlsrfyallie JIUhl boys and girls feulzeis aft 1Kb - MirLrttIe BoTd7TfHirerrebonTTlll arrire whoehcitlthisfellll poor but Wo all Jasj Tiniusj I lull Ml 111 J ll ul I l Judge Gregory wlftTioTd Ills regular fliielfollowingpersohlbfrbtii this place firitttvn lintl1 fht A in Walking on an electric battery is tho JrwlUMjajYv8h0rjt i 11 6nOITAVHQO inontlilyTcOUit next Monday- ciillCRiuMySeXH takqwinedjclnc no JftllgoRobeWand ii Ir C6chiran of werjfr vtsltoraat the1 Taf Springs last l i jIi hi iilni fjWflWi tne Miasiiiiaierp0uiif oivuwena watufl Â¬ K BlaclC MhJ ftitireIliumlcton is doing some need moro bad feelings Try a pair of electric guost of Mrs A R Fliher last week Ii it1111 rwuisviile visited Mr aid Mrs Jrilirlds wcdkt Mriaml Mrd J el II itllw lmlilill CJHUlkilli lnfl nP lUlrlJil xn I Mluuuiiiuui nun tyjiiciii J 11 Milleraudsons Alleil atnl Forist ed Tejiaifs on the iron bridge soles Sulzers iJewis at 11 t 11 t mi lulli Iw ul nil 11 l I ilin to IlawesvIlM SiKurdiiy n 0 W Jordanwent Ill jtfuai ClinTlibltieder and son Freddie arii Mrs Wajti r Mny is visiting his cousin Sirs Word comes to us just ai vo gpto efatmtrv homo lliWwfce t iini1 in in tj i iTREATMENH1iiciiVrii di nt riiMn tnii ltnaa mee mg ot e j cnwneriie I It 41 J 111 II tl il Owensboro Ir and Mrs J II Pilfer AllehCum E IIBreideubach J press of tho death oi xqiVfiS Hnfy K ro thelHAlra JW ulchardson and Mrs d Kelly vof dwciro nil iiiin mil hi iiilBii nMjaiftiiMit Jtisj fan A Geo P Blako of titotdtfil has been Dean at his homo jrlnr IWuk Kick Grinnell had a good pld tinie visit to mirjgs J C Tinus - Jot StavnftTbm H bull l l iilllliri 11 nt 1I1 guesi 01 jnr Virginia uunoan 11011 ii citizen is gone SteWdrt Toin rnlll6- J E veatiienioi good man and n worthy granted an iucrcaso of pension tlioj Pasapt iiopitabjQ fapily ol Mrs T il Ii 11 ll lull llHll n li iliiilltljR vitl III leaan Erdiz Connor and Charles Hafele unFRj mi am Allen Blftck attlertddd ttio protracted P S A protracted incetirto ift in progressat of lannelton apent Sunday In this cltjrj I t tyi Juno McUehep fast veek II iihwImI IiIIiKi i Mm blnvii The stono work on tTjJHailrad bridgo t Shnday1 night inepling hi Stcphenspo IrvingtQUconilnctedb Rov Colluw JfathngLAf Louli- this l co is about coiiipfellld 111 Iii 1II111I nt lw Iiiim Imoji KJlo IrjfanB flrsTj W M134 rawulfl her daugUVr Mrs pasted Mvis sstldbybo Rot vlljirelrfthjclajr vSItWgyBlarivea The young folks aro having somo de- - i ii MqSarley and jjraild dnugbtcrSiisio iayo YityilJLong has sold a half interest in tho iil ill 111 xwl tiH iil lnii lpT I Â¬ iii lo3i lighyul jtnues batliing up at tlio sanu u i 1 f his butcher and beer business to Gabo Rutiedge oTTTiiip city It is an interestAmos Klncheloe and Herbert Heard of retbrnQd toi Loiilsyillp x9Vk Ahojr fHl l Ifliar and trpni tfu3 racket they innkd one ing meeting iVMfel SvTuC - J j rhiristayjtb Mra iFniioDUtfl iinii in 11 in y Mii in j m Tmili Ilardinsburg visited Tar Springs Sunday al ja istancc woult1 thinjc iti waa tho - HMII In 11 H nil nl ill 1111 I I I oo AtMcGehLc ihastefald n fond MrJaild Mrs It 0 Willis will have a gJohn lAjei Hahiedion of yStjuirQ Mr SW Cocke who has been tho guest of t Loigmorefellow passing- witii n woni III Iilt I Trnv TT7 t Hlllf l lill l T n George Harncd Custer died Saturday II i ll J Monday v g6 id bye to one flt Jeast a cordialt lare Mr J It Sklllman left for Memphis cry locjly home when they get it com- Â¬ or two on board tl AugusHfUlf7fItyphoid feverrwtlJciyaS Mni JoEntiuiiiuicri aDdhcr two chinrren wull to nil niidls behind the counter at pleted ij l TT 11 w mi lit years old and leaves a joung wife and Wdi ft j had tho pleasure of spending Satur Â¬ 7 W ii iM in Ii Maiihuoth Veady to servoijou in I returnedUo Louisville her old liojne Moiday SVet potntnvt nrspying at XrentH u I I I M It in day niglitynid iiio l Aj ijli Wrtaid Mrs o small children 11 11 Hi iCa Una TflipUnll of Owfinalinrn viu fiho iruclt -- diHs MafMeGlaRteoii wnMbwn f6r a pound from 8tore flhy Bpjescfl M and x t r - -iflS1 i It in 11 ri ji hool grrfsTnit hoyiyur timo fS lof fl WIMoifriiyirt Jriajfowldaya 1st wee k tw 3 days stay to Miss Agilbs Mnliit and Jas Johnson and family nt their beauti- Â¬ I aii 3 rill i dtuioild in I l I llOlll j ful cdunlry lidnie Vri our adjoining ilelgh ll li l I lll leasurerfd iiniitea v jjflfool iA ncn atv JL C Wis just in time for the cotillion at Mrs borhobd Mr Johrisohls a most eiiteri I 11 Ji liliu juiiBiii miliii mjui jnow mu nana wnen in C day arrives resolve to i Mr and Mrs J 0 Stephens at Holt laa lJ O Mnrninniifi Inst Mnndnv nlilit it 1 nil thing to Writo to your sweetheart on I mining gciitlehlaH weUVdskd on most I M I T ii Ii v il Mi j th gcek HxAbjfA Mrs PWrUlsJ8l 1 Ped 6TBMBiibW6tnntl stllibelfeves InllavinL ono of our mco now sponges for your Mlaa Lula Wood spent several days with bVjes ith reat1iveshQrie en rquto to Iiik furi OliSiihday1 morning wd IbokW Lost blue silk umbrella witli blue slate Babbagos friends Ma relatives koSosttss county last a uivjllq frpm Qerulcaii iirjngs anj wAlk 6Vcr his farm and without atiy ex knot pnhandlc rLturn to this ofllceand tlUfUti ijVi iJII Veek S n13 VPL JS a 1 vJjerelipy wjyre goqsts 91 ceiitidnho has tho bbst crop fdrh Villi H HlJiAlll ll MIWll j I I II recede reward JMra Scachijand hildrnretnrnid and iii busintaB undtfcxplits to remain I1 II I I 1 I I llll I fa ui I liavo BCdn this seasoh 111 I Ileflhow In ifljOj Behn lias been promoted to jijOtlonRa8 tjiero isfij ppund pf tobaccp Friday from a pleajant Ylilt to relatlves it MiHon Tom Pusoy nnd Ben Richardson livo mn htwohtv flvo aero field 61 torn Which Ii l lll Ii 11 Hi Jmanuger of UuJiAcmoJrbrick plant A J Ho is still at the Towers raised in theso parts urned to Chicago from a pleasant so- - hi said would maU6 from 30tolO bWiels deserviiV nromotifir Miss Pearl Ditto oBrondenbnfei wlll ok sanio old stand and wants to buy 100000 iV pc r ttcrfe if I J 11 lib also has 8 or ii adres1 df Il t 11 ItV TrjCQnden8ed coffee just tho thing or moro pounds of tobacco botli red and rive this morning to visit her cousin Mrs j K lntnnlrv Dr v k llifliiv nml Air toJjHccftthatis far dbovb an nvbrago brbp l ll II I I f for liniclie8 picnics and tar spring Qoilojrg ir Unabbage linrlnv filirn liim o roll v 11 ftilU is ittierotlilet M1Mk foltiuisvlll6 I Willi ki ia Diiiouii fa Stephoni or Hoi I Mrs TfV t VII iMi tl lllj I t Alllll j I Ill I j f II VlTho Uiltimoi lbb eclftpl hU iWsbu i i t jjU 111 11 n n I 1 ikH n -rrf5the uy in MissJif0 soveral davs and in riad- John Wnrfield has moved out on his slowlv disanDearinc in this countv and J Mlnary of Louis7ilIoj I jj LONG BRANOHl liMll IV ll ll II tin Kill ij t I Jjsposeu for 1 veateiday r i lj J areejng plqcfid with neat frphebijld- i i ui- r Mr hi very beautiful allegorytuijl i i ii- ii Joy and a ii in i iid i t r Wnv Kelley siont Saturday1 idftemooil T nn 1 ings well and substantially built painted nit iii Sfc rrow lam persuaded thader Miss IJouiaVilloi lrijf jr II Logan will movo this weok and well ventilated One of this kind days with her father Dr White at be Nappi LJ U L ll ill Bill nn in a i Itim ulit zzio iscertainlyJqy and tliat Sor ii Misdi House will spend tills into the houso recently vacated by Dr has just been completed out at Ryans EllniIIctidrich I Jh JK I I ll ii ri iVrrjifiii vT WilP ner HeaJ wek with her cohsiil- Miss Ktta Kuglish til I n Ul iillliUIlu I Iii It llIit Iitl 11 III lllll Jill III Mr Chas Ainet and wife are spendlngis AVntkifts on High street The cause on tlie Bowling Green road I I II llfllM n rfrStoJihonsport two yeeS vacation ai tneir om uomo id I Clio rainlastSaturdayi afternoon ilood A new po8t olllce has Ueei estfibllied rofedtltatlonJs grpwiffg I 4 I H Hi lllSil I I In liilljil 10-- IUil jll null Ii illfil f J NwittxttOougUa drug iatoroto tho ClliaUUIHOlTD i1 at Milan Mciulo county John II Cain ii m J A McGoheo nfter nn xtondnd vltlt JfirffriemjS o Sin D jptfwart Mille A Xti aulllo Daniel has returned homo from It pthtofcslxilnclios dmnagiog3igoods to to hlspareuU aAtrmaiifrieiiilsretnriieU1 v t v in thiB city will bo glad to learn that ho llfllMII I II III lll ll 11 ii 1 mil I1I0 bin is tlirf plst masterr nil ll in IlHl llll 111 il MoDanlel accompanied by her cousin Mlsy I im ietctcntJiiGeorgaiWobIfolkt buggy vI illlMwriti t wiiiuii 11 xirrrsv nr Itl Afi ll ill I IIMIllJ - 4AIUIOIUIU JtblllltUjr II 11 lib fcTlio Beniocra arc nobjasleep out at has struck another good vien of coal nt Mattie Glasscock tv u isipVlshudibv tbo uildytagaiilstiitha flog Mr Miller has M 111 itinn in Mrs Agnes Rickells wlio has beonvis If mil I RocwYale They aro organized and say his mines in Deanfleld l hj HI l 1fHnillntl anl Alill1van MrB liokSflh48toiiBinnd badlyncrusltedl A Ijurfilef- many disadvantages since it ng her daiiLhturMrslllackMn LouiH they i poll ty usual J J iihi Cowden and Mrs Capt Ryan were at the Tar YaTd Deanfleld and the Nkws is Springs laat week lllfll I III lillfl I ill h l llll llll Ill y atMoiillriy riiglitUfr bo ohofMiss vi le has returned to lierliome Urdpson tlio load irom Hero to Kock 11 llll Itt I HUH lit Illlllil Il iiiim ti Misses Nellie Radleyof Kllzabetli- Valdnro looking well There will be an especially glad to note that things arof jKrlilli nrlil ft iUSuaiiir jAil 11 ineiuiB luissca S r uutr ner lo Island MrslatanCrnssojikrpjpenjJrij J tnminjrhla way r I WiiuCuWnUliTrMevu ono Wood v WorlfiainT Jias pufcliaseilV afad atthatroI4 bauurovnionjistar jyvfebb bf AlUrgoW6wdgdtlflreUl A town and Lldaillaynes ofiBrMidunburg Ill l i 1 Uilii lltHl illjt 1 ilijliil MilH iIt rtnl I1I1 iriiv li 1 1 visited Miss l lla Hondriculaat Week j Capt Win Yeet of this cjty sohl thfl gJlfiSla9XreUt Ives biirMdf irifialbViiill1 clegaiitrefWshmeiits f rouTTT M mMiHiiniana Meftsre CJiiti Johnsom andijEuimeti county farms near Home druglfoYo IifO wensbor67Ky of his 1orry jbys of thm repre- Mr p Madlaonville illi ll j hjI M VUlvWHl 11U l l Mi IM ii IImw liti rn Ihm tail i i TjpdcJInd wjll mpvc bisfamUy aeqtlngJ ho Engllah ofUilldtng Trust1 Com ntJftlliatorihliytdthtf Sljacklett of Louiavllle sjiMitnsoveru i nil 1 j waucah evBlilrig v IUH Um nil ol Ji u Imil llmtn lii ioWij Uipronext yeek Wood says It js ffOiiOw tho city iippyu panj 3uV toWilIstfntlrelylear St jih6ll uuyiuii i cv vifw ijra y t Iiiih cull J11M JIhIikm jlu jihIii iiiiu Hit ill I HllW um 1111 Iil Ainu Jui Hi roplmiiiJIatta nUeiiJraoB cSmf a riurflenpiigU trade tld tipie as hp who has fe ei6fVr6lellcf6futtheV6s ft -- iU Addio Ditto who has ibectn visitti rs R R Turpln of Loulivllle Miss itjl nil ad6Lall ill il lil Hhl ll llll iojllll lll II j1 I lull 111 I ml rcdy lui8pq8SBsion1qf theppHprfts been vIslllnginAlj ctlyWVeVeVal weAs f jrublaiiwrom pnm lull lllW yiH fperHnvv1W iia6lrbUI 6TvHUenceI ing lqr friends anil rotivs at ths i wi ihingbiii BUccQssin his now vnvmiii II II i lltJ ret neSnomyeaterdaiy fresl Ixjiill oil Ill nil 1 no mal- Â¬ plico returp91Tpior hpjne JnLptuiavAIlft in preceuonten in iw History u JI Jltd 1111 illni till ull J iJ mi IHDl l l IliV II tllll nil J imI IJ II HI rr J D Ilrasher Mr Smith and Jihn ady is contagious and no telling vhen u urpuay nil driAlustin Beavin baiiild hearty nt JblaeI lit Owensboroi inorit lndiy with Mr iHlnjlli jVill yill fit KlectrJo va AW Ir T fe tTenHins of th epidemic will ceaso but I keep you MWt r vitl tut nliil ii it VVl no Kltiii i Jb J 1 4lJl was inttown last iwcfcr an M Villi L NeWkoh I no Jtinl and lheuniatitin worn In ycfsho spoilt Suudny with MisaNollioMcCehcu j m i xif Al Ml liliuuiol mi JhiII lulu iiiiiiH I one of our1 Mibstantial Vator Yey Tom Mattipglyan4 wIfosof lisqMary McFarJand i ylatngi Ier by 1rof Tho IiistltoteiiwnHiboilduuted illi iiiiuili M liiiilil dontt make m many trips fameHibut 111 lll lll I VI Lit- - 111 ll lljlll J Jllll lllnl Mill pre spepdlIngsevpraL weeks with his Idarka Bcholnrlygeritleinan who ilebt graqd iiiotherpparlconjalrjd I w Ho iiinill s t0 Iji rnlMilii i ul um 11 luii to town now as in firmer daysJ Ho is molher 1111 a Mrs J E Mattfngiy Airs MlMifiln fifaomrlftlrtnii ulno 11 v I in itu nirii llt urfd Thuradaynigliton VTll0neriisdf n 1 1111111 i David Fairleigii ondufamllyMlBa 10 pol inin Tin Ill Iiiuii it iiinrwiitiinin Hro nfortably supplied with this worlds 11 ml 1 Mill hoiuu nflWfeWMkVyVLyft kiaes t Jola yrflce Ipqe SelioH Maud RtmnblWI The tawn vvasfulUdfiteaclw Addie DitUljlo fj9uisvjllejfiI5ey IB fWWflMfHIU- 1I1 rtlllll M II llllllt llJlU 7ll JII Vo ids his estate reaching up into the uil III nil ii n nm Ing of fii1wiSeToffeM waBthoJlo iiniiiiti er 1 Hill III H llll llllill AliilU lll lll win ffdfftWal keany J Mr antuamvejueai ijouisviiia Freviaic tp amlihuOhlnldrdst was ifianifested by Titnberiako anil Mr and Mrs V ui l i I a Julius Nolte and family of Mr Jo0lOlaycouib III Il 1UUHh Ditto of Beech GrovV sen Wednay tjim t um u tli tli miiieacH4ay0TrogramiJneiii I jllll Jul 14 JII 111 IO I JI llll III Illlll 111 IU Unl lo Mil snwaneA iif IHlUil ifronriCirTS CIil c m i iiiKkii Ito h Mr i r j la I ward Hennlnof Cannelton attended i iii In An nn in w uil Sf i ill nil fatrti iHUVH old ur district schools will open next wim Airs a jjiuo jr cnmvmeftaiih I ps riven at iuo ik ouiiuk w iub tub nn 11I1 l il n hi 4I1 Ii bun yluil ill ini1 I Jiill I11 JulilJ to ny--IMS lDaWlp1iardAeati1ljfylounij 5I ttifeSiu lfi MtniKtCl ivliis plla Dowden as l J ul il indhy with Miss aiitl iVr iJugone laciy wlio lias been visiting Mi 1II11 in iiniiii I lm ng gentWn lasVTueadky ntkllt I in U I11H 1 w iii U ill rtowtrirtlilriydnntn w it ycfieortnt fnrn I oMhiHotifitv nR niuil iiiiH mi jNlll A II i neIl4 miirm It II Draahear of Owenaboro pastedI down tti cher onWcst Illlf I I II 11 1111 I l i AVlifl I I I H nil lltlim AUiSB Tkt ll I1II i Jjl5ilMflLl than a neighborhood road on maimhi eo Um shiffiTWYeSrjariiei the BL brnnel MeGoliee returned to lier homo near sti-- mm Hi rdesftFlliilrVilrs i 11 ul with both Cihcliinai Frirfdy MlsAMcGeyiet lac1-ih rln luMdivnrrhl1 fromj7outfvtile jpcn iTTnrvWriiKrViii ifliii teach Send mo two pounds of Chaso Ain im wy to l 01 in counection I nil Il I nil - nil lu l hbien ona Worl VUtSfib6fJ tfolho wi oolaandmusichours will bo arranged cbmpithied MPiui far ai IAtilkvIllp Biyij 1 n il el the boms coireo shWa Wily VcsjeMaVLJ itfflt wre mmirtebMprVtOitlajrJ nfl A Brandenburg f nil fa ill il in ul Him vlinn JZ yoihavoiHysympdlny itU fitrfl nnd if yourUnlaiyierkfAiIlPseui n L l -- I l Murray Ilajea nulty an acoiuitnianeu npu yrfaunsy leiiiitsi aMm JJeavjn ire Ir MibapsNollieKadloyof hljibotlitown mkWUrMtto it back I hnj tijeH m t Clio summer festivities nro fast draw rH o iUg gentleman 01 iiinncopom miuu ni p to a closo nnd it will soon bo as only VM KiiglMi feAi6i jiori IJda the bpt in lbersThenthellrslloublteroad in 9f gueatofbla reUtlVea1 J TDWlerarid ln1ifl3ftiia nnrnatr Ttnlilai lino luian itnnlklu i f UnWntUvffl s look n voice tlion darkness nnd IliyHlis bf BrafitcfnbWrihiiIMfcBai h iliy iaafweik ft iT J iliitliM iiiuiA KijiiuuFcmnuiis m ipmsoni sjl mco But tlioriSitulroecn happiness KibirietliVckiett CbaHie 3b leV libao mlnliwr ot1 be HpUcojitiKobaTcb coultt i1 p yonnk liVettAnUtllftty n grand Uhittg Iiiilsville Will EdrIIbIi StelieinlportV IBJM S IdtdiTrti bf Loulavllle held uorblngliand tolghtita- liauicu to anu irom it in a buggy nrs in tuts wero quito scarco in those days vl ealbeto gufldan 1II0 waa Jbp gneat p tPr toslihtclilTliehyoncilnfdkltoriiycomei Will MeOolido hhil Hnrroy IMtto of a arm houso being vislblo about every j at ItltervaW In dnrliveBlWd oflurt Btetli Grovo8pent1yitiirlliy1 eVtiliiilfj general healthiiugopd hi bk naisiu or lfteenjmikti rIlE IftnMrD pcall an ildafit6Ursblv1es to clrduinAthtlcfs1 but Vith MissKim HeJidriekJ Tom PeaJtprlfHendeniflB Mrn iQHtiM tbaldMdt 1iappllies3J Jd an cBuA4franntKfTsMnlr7a Married at tho reeidonco o1fMrWd It jin ui ndt16tiTrhicU I tvt --L Mrand Jilrsf Albert JuLslAflLlAliiWEolfijinw WVf Harjjlnvcouptjanjd the nibAntf tf6nUoiliasssytnpalliy Thaiik V ilmrt tlieelht MisdIilhWnsdbld Mri I 1 o1T To I lyiirqoddtitenspnabluj isn tlicM the Elni streetMuthodisf church on tho iipir MltJnfiA gueaja of Mr and od of Doian we fiiiKMauMfifntflflrT OurFAfmirfortlioblesBlriijrflioattendftlita wereV I lc a Benbarri I M sR Ii Teak last week TA-iUi-Slfllit- J i Mbrc I IHK I u iiwu WjPJyuHH if IflHi Misi Bettieluckiahd 4th OnlliOUn Bon i nl IO I I t i ll i WfiiisiyjjB jjlrej ill 1 ni irw la f tfW lM Il lii of lobbs Sillies Ajinij and Mattie iItob wW 1JrCjiWlwtMws mi nnt w - OM1T St inilcr Tiliif FifLstrlicfAirUfa fl St itlon U wuo were the guests ui Mr and Mrs lift dVn was released trom Btiitering niid liiin Tho BrldoAvaafattlreil lit ii bi oVrir flvo I Jscaped from ItsYrail tenement trtreling ostuinpinll darritd a bundli oft Wy iHitidlthoiv lx your oAVii i Uomo itirelindownj fall itio6jiUurs i f V 0 Smart returned home last wedneaday nc osrtjitwphs riiogrodnt waattirod in una 6oarcu to etorilal Joys Mrs 1 unlln bi idos roMOB ii rest youreeH and innkp yourself athqme a wl lc iompariiedty heVrtrothV Ml ItobUi i TV rtni WoWiillpatfoh bl troubes aHi liaa tl Uaistomary black uUturtlie vveildlugi f Il Itllil Htf iJtB Ml VsiWUtlltM Mil A i olf Owenaldro1 hi Vlrifnla1 S Ddncan itVa T l wairoHtiwhBirarely ueon In I ii 7 j j tl qyi iiiadel n short visit In tlio Gar- UHft HI H t A Utl II Ul tlhll one nas oeen L ipena Inot been In trood health ior two years f i Biresn youreou w mi any otuer paia Jv a in tbo cuy juonuay ilb mnko their I It II lull 1M1l f i iJiJccelifenVcaro dndttnd ittonlloi had tdtt neighborhood and uli fttVl ill rill lii In t ierVacatldn at heV oli ribald Iti libit table dttnky drl tilUH oliehta Wjnrtftuitl AAi Vf4V I 114 n PMtttHTiitUnnin- - mlr im Inp A H w II ittom She returns to Uwensboro nexrifriw proUiigelJ lief Hfq for inany mohtlis lipme Nvith U16 grootnn paniilU an wii RrII friisnnnhiU yourself but como In M l lypliam J j i j j CifHl axii iv TTt rnrrrii 7in7n U nWfll Have you seen tUValty Quilting U OIJILU IIUI llllllKJ Oliu VVIVq IULUIVUU 111WJ ti imber from around homo and several jliri 1 am a distnuce attended The Yiy rtr 8tore am purclino i yiichliH It is certi Uy fl lno thing gcbdaflnffarlvVKut IlKT1 1 MTaLuell6iAUirWodr UtLW AngleirJCal I 1 0 uathbllc church ami expressed ontfro fVU norformdafiyKo Jtlllsoncqreinony ii urn J Willett i ind is cs- - r r r i ypwi i altrictlva youiiif lady afteraeveralweeVs iHUSiVcUdH fi pbrfeTr willlnisilc to b for he ladies as a lab Jifsa l iu ii i i bbniilofthe crcnt barijuiiism BowMjwjinwpyvs WAWU i iiurt T iOp hivo IduVheirtlert dongratUlationi lull itcially adapted to a KWlt of fancy mbney jvl itt In Holt the guest of Mis Porrle- Hardin Mu VpdUMMMiltViMV H I uw a nYdue Ulo u8y tp Mo liplttdUltsip l qullto and spreads as vfullV light and colivinfttfydn I IftycftiMry It you lirtf le trgriheriIMae7Ueruaj i ii It l To you I heavy comforts 0 coilUniihviltbdutaWotner THHlftft BrtfShoti tjf tV 8eas6 wl Mil II I I Oil ictolike it Positively no goods sold ft 11 tin uuv iorcetiu nesa uiav como anu r of Ipsyjllfttflpk ijijnJiKJd on credit y A The Presbytery lU IV 11 UOWMEK Ci HON Ii 1LA U Illn I 11 t I Bill H 1PVS w 0 World inay bcoiii bright again ton Louisville Aug Priwbytnu church c U vo an ex uu W 1ft ASIW I lViday Milld ncolpu 11 lew inarMl awira ana n it pleading for myself alone forgetful- - v lo bepteinbor8f ani fct 10 JtOijiay Tw WM4t cbuarm-11 11 a never can como to a husband a S III I IH Ion JollflV Itewia IohublKtVcan ti I i ill I nl I GUSTON KYvn a I wlwHULUwt Monlhiyv yqlHfyjftga tow tl I I i I Mil J r Ujfe CullitbythUMUAliume resig- nf i ll I till Jliia i J i uli K Ilndl hi di late fo rJBW4Vrwu tMjtSyon n VnSHROVU Jill ll j 11 ill Ml I III lj I iiktion and thatll hollow enough I iiTiiiiV-it-dVJlgr isslou r3twK3imiiB a r4P to tft Cronwnpiiand mHiBi or wore ti r v dbihpanioa mat pnl vt -- Mo rnn liiti 7i-i a ii mim innnninn co mty iwblleMiiU p cjllgsJjMSwftkJr ris in SJrT steady some deinaud pflfQM ielerJi bxperiencoiiia bereavedand be coraforUdu I onlaviJ e branch a wull ua all BtaHoim the fooling Ur6 TtiobCn liar bitfei IrvngfoaVJ Ilowal llJU Ti9jMnHrwrVWJia vyiicflijdH9d at v ill bo sold at very low rattw which will - ii S VennoinMnnpi i r6MP nneniaMi M piocif1- V3H r I J t r mil diiilw ill nivlmiifiiUlu JiiiiivrnMlify irn j lae Catholic church and interment a iiineiuut- a iie ui iu um cuciuj uuuruing j III 1 ll Iff Iilf ti I Hi 4 U i IMil flirt 1 Wtf4 of til itiiit llq wrlilHiiiH m imll 75 all dtbai TWitB I lug lMlVffiWVlPWnrTrilfl PVHJ a i oppertunityi for veryeso 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still contlned to his bed Itls cheapeiUtMi our corn llinders W S Iliiwuier and W S Smart thai to cut gripones Sulzor s T Jargcst nssdUmcint of pencils InWsnid W v Ilowmtr returned lait Tburil fon iabltts ever srownt iriMlrfMAIrif ni ii t K FrtttkfimiiitrontytniHtlrlga fTjeirtraaA Lii us fityQtLout ivttirBfiiiToi fi yti m vw r l jt V straps tablUts r JtMl Beird ni Frank Board err in tbo Buy n pair of Dppsyouriftjjsjitfftit XLt jy city Sunday ourtlectrie insoles nnd they will cure fs AjibiiLnuniMulaiiiioryi Owjilgs were visitors of lastiwetfki - yepor visiUdrUiflvesliqref4ndayJ rand Mia JToin Blam vWtotb rela Â¬ nndiiMiss iIuhs MrsUH NovJtt tive al Toblnsport a few days last week j i 1 1 iR8AfW nnaiPiVrripQr1egorljJgjqr I II II I ul Mritlilii lulu li 11 II ul Ii I um In II iinCn llWrt- - f Jtidgt JC HtlrleJgh has dcoii confined to tlio- house fdrn weckaiidis Btill very far from Weill Miss Witinfc Green and HaVvey baVo rctiirueil to Loufavillo altcrn1 pleasant visit hordto friendS f i W In my clmrqh paper tho Rov L kit Rosoisp9aks inost ijoinplnientary pf diis plaoeand tuoiospitality of its peolo Mispijallio iMurray ias reltirngd V tisK nilaftsSWv A TTOYA3yr mj J r Mid Mrs Georgo llarklby Storlii1 oils wirt ivero guestn bfMrs Wnlkfcr i Board Huildny lj GBryabl bf th6 Wrfn bf D II IWlfawlnA doLoilsvtlW VaSHfcrdH few days last Wehk On account 0 tho illness of Bro Shelly Sunday being odr wo pad no services f I 1 1 iiiil iSinrtnliv oiir I I wdiraav6ftl0fbiliioreW In ii im ml lr tiln mfiftirin J i 11 I 11 H - aciiflHajiOHflH I 11 i thftv rnmfi r iMi fnyiBHYiiAti ml WPmopflipqMiUBm there And striveV tbtiitille 6Uf name l I il r Familial every whorp I I I 1 1 rr ll Ill 111 ilw I I I III l III 11 II - linn III I T4fcfcA EhlsisWJiy m ople CoiAfc ii and Stay with TJs Ilf I I 1 in 1 11 1 I I I iii 111 l Ill I I 11 -- fyy i 11 iiii Plowed 1 UMltWrtyVrlTt 1 1 OgfeT in IoouWajit 11 1 11 1 1 1 iiu 1 1 11 T I 1 i hi I vfXmiK 1 i lHUMAlirfSiifr 8mmimsRfirl fsss4ii jiSrtr k l- rv -- i 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llWl jWfflaTOvria 1 -- naiww iixiassware i r - Mb fog V UuvumTz lwa ar ciovfjt MTMyflBiJtat II an 1 1 lfrnTP Mmmmtfmritt7iwm WT mM mi r-- ftu imit ii uiUU -- I- ttfwfnA ifff fh rrwvfr KvnvmniuQH Tlo loofSVc arf 8tfNl Ud iJLin lil b 1 llrtJtr 1 UlJil -- wir W f 1 arfllIW rxmmwmiiiimt SJQiyil ASnu - riUW - J IT - m M w sw - -- - JM j sl MMI WRSKfWH fr irrr r rf v T jfv f f1J iwjnwp1 raa kitmoKHJsiiitfxm Highest of all Leavening Power JMarturo TWO OF A tnJttnimtmmVtiarZmsjex KIND otiOvmftPonT icv iiji3ic9ig3S-1P-- Latest U S Govt Rcrott KILLED BY A QONSTRICTQR GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPOIIT CO KENTUCKY N RoYal Breckenridge News ABSQUUTELY PURE ly in God an all wiso and omnipotent being Fully realizing their weakness as Peter when tho saviour turned and WEDNESDAY AUGUST 20 1894 looked nt him such a look as to causo him to go out nnd weep over his sin of The Model Wife Where is boasting denying his lord morning She rises every then It is excluded crow t Just when the roosters The proud old world had grown hard She gently splits the kindling Makes the old tlic pud and Mow and cruel Superstition and scepticism went hand in hand Tho learned and Mie puts the hteikfait on to cck Anil sings as if at play the ignorant alike denied facts and be- Â¬ And while the hattercakes are made lieved fables But JestiB taking a little Her husband snores away Whosoever child up in his arms said The children show her gentle catc shall humble himself as this little child I heir nightly slumbers oerj the same is greatest in tho kingdom of bhe Jrcstcs lulf a doren heaven whips a dozen more And she Now Jesus says to all as he said to the Then to the room she doth repair What wilt blind nt the gate of Jericho hears her say Her hiibind almost worked injselfto deatli thou that I should do unto thee Are jou going to slerpall day r May God help his people to Imj govern Â¬ Atlanta Constitution ed by the teachings of his woid nnd diligently search it earnestly desiring to Every family or traveler in a malarial Ihs guided in the way of truth district should have a supply of Ayers IJanouohGhott A jiosilive antidote for ma- Â¬ AKiiuCitru laria Dont buy a blood pu tiler because it is cheap The best the Superior Med- Â¬ OBSERVATIONS icine Ayers Sarsaparilla is in the end the cheapest blood purifier In the market Tho ingredients of which it is composed in Dkak Xkwk We observe the greatest are the most expensive and medicinally liitiderance to the progress of Christianity efficacious that can be obtained anions the natives is the growing ten Â¬ BRANDENBURG dency to eschew controversy and oiiose all investigation of religious truth and to from our regular Correspondent nvoid all conflict between right and I heard something tho other day I wrong good and evil truth and error never knew before and Ill tell it to you and like the fox in the brambles for the ail That enthusiasm or rapture over willing to bear the anyone or anything is very impolite Hake of the good bad just so they avoid the hounds So to be perfectly well ied one Bhould As I said before the spirit of inquiry not express rapture even tho theres a is not dangerous to truth only fatal to prospect of being translated and all that falsehood and error and those who wish would be necessary To let the same to know more of Gods word are not freezing mantle fall on those below afraid of investigation or the light of the Accepting this theory emotional inditruth contained therein viduals must suppress all their original Christ himself was the champion con- Â¬ heait felt promptings nnd be reduced to troversialist of the ages and left his ex Â¬ automations or play the hypocrite Be ample to those who truly believe on his yourbclf Ie natural Be what God in name Iaul fought a good tight and tended you to be when lie implanted kept the faith through much contention certain characteristics in jour breast ami controversy and being characterized Open your lips nnd your heart too nnd by the true spirit of divine investigation let kind cfTurvcfccut rapturous thoughts wrote Contend earnestly for the faith nnd woiils flow out to one you love ten once for all delivered to the minto and derly or admire kindly and the world is Strive together for the faith of the gos- brighter nnd you nro happier if thats pel nothing terrified by your adver your true disposition Cast conventionalHaries ity to the wind If one is by birth inheriThe devil knowing the power of all tance and cultivation nustere and ex investigation wishes to monopolize it tremely well bred of course let rejoicto accomplish his own fiendish purpose ings hallalujahs tears and Aniens be Thieves gamblers dancers dram drink- Â¬ consigned to remoto regions where they ers and sellers and all other transgrussers can never riso to disturb the equanimity and eirorists are generally opposed to and serenity of such well bred people controversy But we are told a good deal about emo- Â¬ The plan tion in Heaven and shouts and songs of God does no half way work of salvation was made complete when praise but then truly well bred ones can Jesus said It is finished hence a com- Â¬ bo set apart while wo mingle nnd plete plan a complete saviour and mix to tell the old old story with all through faith a complete work of grace the ecstasy and rapture possible in the heart I have read Bro M P Hunts little So many conflicting doctrines and pamphlet entitled Is there any harm different theories throw difllculty in the in dancingi Yes decidedly in public way of the anxious inquirer after truth ball rooms and promiscuously We of therefore christians by all means should this correct orthodox little community SUind ye know nothing whatever of each dancing impure after the old path in the way and bee nnd ask for the old All denominations nil christians con- Â¬ path wherein is the good way and walk demn balls nnd tho mingling of classes therein and ye shall find rest to your of whose standing wo are ignorant I souls Hut they said we will not walk for one am opposed to all nppearance of therein JerMl Alas for thoso who evil and I take it for granted all pure say we will not walk therein for such people are likewise witlt controversy or there is no hope Only thoso who ear Â¬ discussion But I say fearlessly with nestly desire to know the truth are ben every woman to back me that n girl can efitted by investigation dance and be as pure as the icicles on Christ made an attack on the moral Dianas temple nnd that an honorable Ye have gentleman can dance with her respect code of the Jews and said heard that it hath been said by them o love nnd marry her without ono Bhndow old time etc hut I say unto you of doubt about her purity of thought and goes on to statu his opposition to feeling nnd nctions By their fruits yo their false teaching To oppose religious shall know them Ycb in the parlor controversy is to oppose tho sword of tho danco on the street in the social circle spirit which is the word of God For or anywhere else if n girl is not n true Christ said Think not that I camo to lady nnd if she 1b n lady she can dance send pence on earth I came not to forever and no man living will attempt a Then to ex Â¬ liberty The woman one who has risen send peace but a sword plain to his disciples the true meaning in literary fame whose experience in lie said These things have I spoken dancing is quoted in this painphh t has unto you that in me yo might liavo simply drunk deep of the cup of pois- Â¬ peace In the world yo have tribula- Â¬ on but I dont think she should pass True believers in Christ who the cup to others and pronounce their tion walk in the old path find rest to doom when Innocent of any such ex- Â¬ theirsouls while in the world they perience in the harmless parlor dance often have much tribulation where only ladies and gentleman meet The fact that the Bible is the recog nnd wliere not nn elementary rulo of nized btandard of religious faith and etiquette or propriety is transgressed and practice innkcB its decisions final per- Â¬ where it is as harmless as the gambols taining to all questions of theology and of young lambs upon tho green to ignore its decisions is to insult tho God of Heaven and disregard the plain Â¬ Thos L Newman Dead est mandates of his word Many who Mr Thos L Newman died at Ids reÂ¬ try to evade this fact being ignorant of sidence near Skillman Friday the Gods righteousness and going about to 17th Inst Ho had been sick for several establish their own righteousness havu mouths though Ills deatli was sudden not submitted themselves to tho right Â¬ and unexpected Ho was alone in n eousness of God room nnd when found was lying on tho Ho that humbleth himself shall bo floor where ho had rolled oil the bed Tho lesson of deep humility Life was extinct and it wns tho decision exalted as a pro reqiilslto to acceptance and of tho physicians that ho hud died of favor witlt God is taught by tho Saviour dropsy of the heart Funeral services in tho four gospels as well as by all the were held next day by Itov K T Bruner epistolary writers and tho remains were interred in the He that vxallelh himself shall bo Meruit cemetery wr cowman was abased is also taught by Christ and seventy live years of ago nnd was one of others Paul gloried in Ids iuflnuitles the most respected and honored citizens and feared of being exalted above meas- Â¬ of Hancock county Truly it is eaid of him that ho was n good man and loved ure his neighbor as himself His grandA sUto of self- - righteousness is always father Thos Newman wits one of the dangerous A christian should feel first settlers of this portion of Kentucky Very alarmed at tho first desire to exalt him Ho once owned ull of Cloverport that lies self People who exagteiate their own west of Clover creek and run a unlet farm strength grow moro and more pre Â¬ city iswhere now the hum of a noisy little heard sumptions every day Backleni Arnica Salve Those who aro always ready to givo a Tho Hot Saivk In tho world for Cuts glib account of themselves in which the word I I painfully prominent are Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Ilhoum Fever generally first to stumble and fall ami Sores TutterChapped HandsChIlblaIns like boMtful Peter when he said Though Corns and all Skiu Eruptions and pos Â¬ all men forsake the Lord yet wilt not itively cures Piles or no pay required I we the first to deny him While on It hj guaranteed to give perfect satit the oWr liaiul He that humbleth hlm faotion or mosey refunded Price 33 cents per box For sale by A It Fisher MJf l exalted and trueta more implicit sm Baking Powder Georgia Boy Crashed to Death Two Men iu Hardin County Losj By A Huge Snnko in Twiggs Their Lives by Doing Down County Georgia in Wells 17 Tobe Wesley Macon On Aug ol Twiggy county came to Macon to day son to buy n collln for his who was crushed to death by n huge seven-year-old You sec them everywhere Alsi Wholrwle nJ IIHail Dcilcrsin le Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Saturday near Vino Grove Peter Cain colored a Lexington dynamite expcit lost his life in a similar manner He was digging a well at Edward Atchers and went down in the well shortly after u dynamite blast Tho fumes destroyed consciousness and before lie could be gotten out life wns extinct Those who are familiar with dynamite state that the fumes arc deadly and it is September 1st the Last Day unsafe to go into a well for ten hours This date may not bo the last day of after an explosion nil time hut it is positively the latest date that you can rent nn Flcctropoise Arsenic and quinine nro dangerous for two months for five dollars All drugs to accumulate iu ones system and orders received on or before this time it is to be hoped that these poisoiH as n will receive prompt attention all new remedy for ague have had their day instruments Dont delay until the Inst Ayers Ague Cure is a sure antidote for day befoie making up your mind take the ague is pcrfi ctly safe to take nnd is advantage of it right now One of our warranted to cure patrons thus aptly expresses himself The Ulectropoise has cured me of neu- Â¬ Arrested on Charge of Seduction ralgia indigestion and a complication of other ailments which had so completely Charles Crider wns nrrested ono day wrecked my nervous system that my life last week in Breckeiuidgo county by was n burden He was I hail been sh k for Marshal Huberts of this place twenty years I realize that The Klec wanted in Lyon couuty on n charge of troiwiso is a propelling force in natures seductiou several mouths ago Crider store liouso for sutler ng humanity It ruined a daughter of J T Walker a is natures remedy whose healing effect well known citizen of Lyon county under is so silent so sure and yet so mysterious the promise of marriage The girl wns that It is jmtly termed tho wonder of only 13 years old nnd the offenso was n tho age felony As soon ns ho learned that there Fifty page book free giving full par- Â¬ was trouble in store for him Crider left ticulars Address DuBoisA Webb 501 and went to Breckenridge couuty where Fouith Avenue Ixniisville Ky he had n brother living Marshal Wil son of Princeton Ky who heard of his PERSIMMON FLAT whereabouts came up took him back with him nnd placed him iu jail Hot Success to tho News was afterward taken to Kddyvillc It is Mits Lucy Johnson was in Cloverport said that Crider will marry the girl to shopping Monday save himself from tho penitentiary and The health of tho community is not arrangements have already been made very good at this writing Feeling is very high to that effect Tad Weatherholt of holt was ut J B against him in tho neighborhood whero his crime was committed and ho was an- Â¬ Kings on business Inst Saturday Mr and Mrs J B King attended xious to be left in jail until arrangements for tho wedding could bo made Fords church at Hites Bun lastSatunlaj ville Star Walter King and Miss EHlu expects to visit their relatives at Harned in a few days While iu Chicago Mr Charles L Bates 1dwnrd and Nat John- Â¬ Knhler a prominent shoe merchant of Kmmet son made a lying trip to Skiliman last Des Moines Iowa had quite n serious time of it llo took such a severe cold week to visit relatives ho could hardly talk or navigate Mr W S King and Miss Kntie nnd that hut the paouipt use of Chamberlains Miss Lucy Johnson wore tho guests of Cough Remedy cured him of his cold so Mrs Chas Smart Sunday quickly that others at the hotel who had Wo need n new school house nt this bud colds followed his example and half place very bad I think the trustees a dozen persons ordered it from the ah mid act ut once upon it nennstdrug store They wero jirofuso Mr Kmmet Bales and Lamb Aid at- Â¬ in their thanks to Mr Knhler for telling tended the picnic at John Farmers last them how to euro a bad cold so quickly Friday night They returned homo Sun Â¬ For sale by A It FiolierCloverportICy day Co Hardlns and Kincheloo Hoard Miss Bertha Hawkins attended church burg Ky at Hites Bun Sunday nnd wns accom Â¬ panied homo by Mr Jule Hawkins of Obituary New Bethel Died Aug 7 of typhoid fever Julia Kev A rgabright filled his regular ap- Â¬ B Morgan wife of Albert Morgan after pointment ut Hites Bun Sunday There an illness of threo or four months She was n large crowd present nnd tho best bore her suffering with much patienco of order prevailed nnd christian fortitude Sho was loved Mr Stunrt Weatherholt and wife were and respected by ull who know her and visiting relatives near Hawesvillo last now she has taken her flight and gone to week Stuart says tho crops are sillier that haven of eternal bliss whero God forever reigns nnd all is love peace ami ing badly for tho want cf rain Jim Blair of Hites Hun was here last joy Gono yes gono to meet her angel week looking for hands to gather his mother brother and sister who were corn Ho says ho has the finest crop on standing waiting nnd watching for her to the pike I think Jim must hnvo got come She has left a kind and affection- Â¬ water near the bridge for his corn looks ate companion father brothers and as if it had been scalded Jim is n hust- Â¬ sisters nnd many friends to mourn her untimely loss Denreet husband do not ler mourn as thoso who have no hope for Cure for Headache sho is now resting in the realm of ever As a remedy for all forms of Headache lasting bliss wliere all is bright and fair Flectric Bitters has proved to bo the and parting is no more Sho has only very best It effects a permanent cure gono homo to wait for God to send the and tho most dreaded habitual sick head summons when ho sees lit to take you aches yield to its influence We urge all from this world of sorrow A Cousiv who aro nllUcted to procure a bottle and Aug 10 1811 give this remedy a fair trial In cases of habitual constitution Klectrio Bitters HARNED cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels nnd few cases long resist tho use A good raiu fell hero Sunday morn- Â¬ of this medicine Try It ouco Ijngi ing bottles only Fifty cents nt A II Fishers Mr ArthurGoodman was at homo Sun Â¬ Drug store day W en people see your naiuo constant- Â¬ Louis Weathcrford attended church ly in tho paper they begin to bellevo at Harned Sunday they know you and it is but a short step Mr I Daviess hai beeu on the nick from acquaintance to pationag list or the last two weeks Mr Itobert Weathsrford of Kph Of Prices CrMM Baklag Powder attended ekureli at Freedom Suwky WurUa Flf Award Â¬ snake late Thursday nflernoon The lxy had gone to the field witli his father and while his fattier was at work wandered off it short distance nnd climbed a muscadine vine as was his habit On being unable to find tho boy when ho had finished Ids work about sundown the father went to the house exptcting to find him there but was informed by his wife that the lioy had not been home since he left tho house with his father Feeling no uneasiness Wesley knowing the habit of his boy went back to the field which whs on the edge of a dense swamp bordered witli lnticadine vines and began m niching the vines where ho had last seen tho boy By looking up in the vines lie wns not long in finding him but when ho called the boy failed to answer After calling two or three times nnd receiving no answer tho father shook the vine nnd to his horror saw what he had supposed to be one of the branches of the vine that was support ing his son begin to uncoil localizing Hint his sou was in tint coil of a huge snaku Wesley stood rooted to the spot nnd before he could recover his senses the snake completely uncoiled nnd the boy fell to the ground n dis tance of nine or ten feet Wesley picked the child up and rail from under tiie vines to the clearing There his worst fears were realized Tho child was dead On being carried to the house and fur- Â¬ ther examination made it was found that the childs breast had been crushed nnd that its tongue and eyes were pro- Â¬ truding as though it Had been choked to death Wesley is of the opinion that tho boy was asleep when the snake coiled nbout him and gradually crushed his life out Wesley does not know what kind of a snake it was as he did not see it after his son fell Augusta Chronicle Â¬ Â¬ The Klizilx tlitown News tells us how two men one at KMzibethtowu and the other nt Vine Grove lost their lives by entering wells too soon after a blast had been made with dynamite The News says John Brown n negro well digger of this plnco lost his life last Thursday in tho well on the Old Slack place adjoin Â¬ Brown nnd ing the Catholic church another negro were sinking the well deeper nnd just before noon H t off n dynamite blast Iteturning after dinner Brown went down in tho well to contin Â¬ ue his work In u few minutes he called to his assibtant to draw him up as lie was getting sick He was drawn within sev- Â¬ en feet of tho top of the well when he let go of tho rope nnd felt head foremost out of tho bucket to the bottom of tho well His neck was broken and ho was killed instantly No one was willing to go in the well somo sixty feet and it was several hours before his body could be gotten out with n grab look Brown was a married man and had two child- Â¬ ren Coroner Young held an inquest nnd nither n singular fact was developed The mnii who wns working in tho well with Brown testified that Brown did not seem inclined to go down iu the well nnd had been letting him do nil tho work in the morning In the afternoon he asked Brown to go down Ho Bald he would but he had n dream tho night before that ho had been killed in that well and lie had seen them taking out Ids body The dream come true in leas than twentj four hours ANOTIIKIt AT VINE IKOVE Columbia Bicycles Their sales attest their popularity Catalogue free at our agencici or mailed for two 2 ccnt stamps Yellow Pine Shingles Hair Doors louring and Celling Laths Cement Llmo Sash and Soli- - Brick Blinds and all klndt or Bulldinu Material Arnt for Homo8toad Fortilizero Bono Moal nilrd and Troy rnuiptly Onlcrs acentniinlneil with llio rnsh 9 m - POPE MFd CO Boston New York Chlcaeo Hartford 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jon arc Riilnir litiavenny wnrk ilnne in my line call on or aitilres me nt IrvliiKtonKy MAUT1N DrugtflAts AlllliltT SCIIINDjKU rUl lj C3e5ie53EZCTrc7T57T5TETS rTreTrrw-Y-yTVY-rHyyiYTTr Breckenridge Normal Colle ge Will begin its second scholastic year mm Tuesday Sept 4 1894 3300 lt Will pay all expenses for one term of ten weeks There will bo four terms of ten weeks each and one term of eight weeks nr Tuition 1 800 per term in advance Rr Address Board 1000 per month every thing furnished R P SHACKLETT President v HARDINSBURG KY EgffMMliltMEEMi Tho Murray men in this part of the country like we siriposo they wero evÂ¬ ery wliere wero a little soro over tho de Â¬ feat of their favorito at first but now it been iittendini tho Camp meeting at Lo- seems that they ore becoming recon- Â¬ cust Hill ciled to the decision of the people of tho Missed Nttta and Ada Heard of Har great Democrat party and we feel as dinsburg aro tlio gueatd of Miss Irene suied that ere long Harned aud her sur- Â¬ Moorman roundings will ho as enthusiastic for tho Miss Ethel Springate of Custer has success of the party and her principles been visiting at Michael Moyern fcr as they over wero for Murray boiuu days Mr Beuchaiup southern Georgia was the guest of his son Crawford Sunday and Monday Misses Ida and Lucy May of Ilanlins- Â¬ burg wero tho guests of Miss Linnio BUCKEYE Beard last week Mewrdlrvin Payne Forrest and Fiank Haynes Stovo and Geo Gray are atteud tho Institute at Ilanlinsburg CURES NOTHING BUT PILES i of Louisville who has Mrs Loeb SURE and CERTAIN CURE been visiting Mrs Meyer of tiiis place known for IS yoara as the will leavo for Texas HiIb week BEST REMEDY fcr PILES Miss Betty Eskridge ot this place will SOTT II Y ALL IIKUOOISTS leavo lor Vino Grovo tho 1st of Septem Â¬ FwutllrHCSASSSOtf USB CO ST LOUIS ber whero sho 111 attend school Miss Mnglo Shipley of Howes Valley who has been visiting MIsa Maggio Goodman returned homo Sunday Misses MattioSti tli and Jessie Moor- Â¬ man who were the guests of Miss Mag gio Goodman returned homo last week Itev IUzrth preached a very able W COPYRIGHTS and interesting sermon at Ejiliesus Tues CAN I OIJTAIK A PATENT For prompt answer and an honest opinion wntQ 10 day night aa ho waaenrouto to lresbytry HI IJ N N ifc CO who bavfl bad uoarlr df t rears 0 W Downs who has been aiUmdlng exDerlenoelnlne DAient business juininnica A llnndliu tlousstrlctlroonndentlal of Inouneernlntr Inteuia and tho Normal College at ilanlinsburg was formation sent free Also a catalogue bow to ObÂ¬ or mechan tain ibeiu ical and sciuntlno bnota sent free circulating among his friendi at llanied latenu taken tbroasa Munn Co rocelre nodal notice In tbeHrlentine Amerlrnii and Saturday are brouubt widely Â¬ Mis Maude Smith of Ilanlinsburg was the guest of Miss Lizzie Hurried last week Quito n number from Harned have W L Douglas C9 CUniT VI IlWEef NO SQUEAKING 5 CORDOVAN FBENCH4ENAMELLECCALT 4 lmtu 3S9 IS THE BEST 3y FlNECAlf KANGAR0a P0LICE3 Sous v k I 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dinsburg who has been low with con sumption for somo time wo aro very sor Â¬ ry to say Is no bettor Roht Weathcrford seems to bo in his proper sphon and at the zenith of Ids glory this week showing his gallantry and stopping whero the Institute is beÂ¬ ing held at iiitervals Quito a large crowd attended tho storm party at Mr Zuck Stlnetta lant Saturday night Among thoso present were Miss Â¬ es Joana Julia and iszie Coomes Zollu Word and altera Iula and Sule Mat tingly Me sra Alfred and Bon Hook Mllknl and Zona Frauk Bob Kldor Tom Jarboe and Joe Bland All report a pluMBMt time tbu before tbe public wltb oat coot to tbe Inruntor This splendid paper Milr elegantly Illustrated Issued circulation of anr scleutlDchas br far I be work In the world tfjayesr Ssuinia copies sent free Building KdlUon monthly liAO a fear Mini la Copies JJ cent Kcrr number contains beau Â¬ tiful pistes In colors and photographs of Dew nouses wltb plana enabling builders to show the latest designs and secure 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