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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jfHHWflwi r vrrri Jr T j It KlyVi 1x1 JJJ VOL XIX WEALTH BRECKENklDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1894 Â¬ Hf NO 7 A MkB1 n- - t r t-- sv F i If V u U t lis- - R his employes did it or that it would have I am Burn that there Is a common been done by some one elee is equiva habit of underestimating the Importance f free lent to paying that Napoleon wan nut riw materials in I ail II legislation in iiHHiry to hh work or that i lei Irieliy ami of regaiding them as only related to would have reached Its prvHcnt practical ronofpHloiiH to be made to our manufact Letter Expressing His Views urers Thu truth In their influence is mj Somothlny About Tho Men Wlio devolpmetit without the alii of Mono and Ldisou and Bell fiir reuchlng that If disregarded n com Â¬ Sont to Roprosentativo Amass Great Fortunes And Or take the caso of Jay Gould This plete ami beuellcient scheme of tariff re- Â¬ muchnbUHcd millionaire left n foituue form can not be successfully Inaugurated How Thoy Mado Them Catchlngs estimated at 70000000 the product of a When we glvo to our manufacturers life of great activity in planning and ex free raw matei lain wo utmhncklo Amer Â¬ eeutlng workH of public utility which ican enterprise and Ingenuity and these No Man Can Pursuo Wealth Exclu- Â¬ continuously employed whole armies of Tho Bill Bonouncud as Not in will open the doors of foreign markets to men sively In His OWn But will any man doubt that he tho reception ol our wares and give op Keeping with Bomocratic contributed tho full total of 70000000 portunity for the continuous and rcinuu intorests to the national wealth Will any man rativo employment of American labor Roform doubt Indeed that he contributed sever With materials cheapened by their al times the amount of his own fortune freedom from tariff charges the cost of In Making Money Himself Ho is to the total Consider the wilderness Livery of tho Latter Stolen and their product must be correspondinglyÂ¬ recluimed tho new towns that have cheapened Thereupon justice and fair Bound to Call to His Aid grown into importance along his lines of ness to the consumer would demand that Worn in the Service of Repub- Â¬ railwav with their increaso in the values tho manufacturers bo obliged to submit Tho Poor Man lican Protection of real estate thu manufactures promot- Â¬ to such a readjustment and modification ed tho contractors enriched and the of tho tarifl upon their finished goods as would secure to tho people the benefit of Pullman Gould and Vanderbilt All various other incidental proflta that fol- Â¬ THE WAR NOT ENBEO low upon the prosecution of great works the reduced cost of their manufacture Were it said that Jay Gould contributed Startod on Nothing But Tlioir arid shield the consumer against the ex 500000000 to tho national wealth dur actioiiH of inordinate profits Brain and Energy ing the forty years of his active career Wasiiinoton D C August 17 The It will thus be seon that free raw mathe estimate would not be excessive President to day sent tho following letter terials and u just and fearless regulation What is said of Jay Gould could be to Uepresontativo Catchlngs of Mississip- Â¬ and reduction of thu tariff to meet the THE JEALOUSY OF WEALTH said in different terms of Commodore pi who consented to ita publication in changed conditions would carry to overy Vanderbilt whose fortune now enlarg viow of iU public character and import- Â¬ humble home in tho land the blessings of increased comfort and cheaper living ed iu the hands of his family cause so ance Tho August number o tho Kngineer Kxkcvtivk Mansion Washington D Tho millions of countrymen who have much jealously lie contributed to tho Inn Magazine contains an interesting total wealth vastly more than he secured C August 27 1894 Hon T C Catch- Â¬ fought bravely and well for tariff reform My Dear Sir Since tho conversa- should be exhorted to continue tho article on this Bubject by William Nelson for himself and it is reasonable to pre- Â¬ lngs Waek In which ho Bays There is a pop- Â¬ sume much more than his entire family tion I had with you and Mr Clark of Btrugijle boldly challenging to open war ular impression that men get their of tho third generation now holds in ito Alabama a few days ago in regard to my faro and constantly guarding against wealth by taking something out of tho possession So with many other men of action upon tho tnrifl bill now before treachery and halMieartcdness in their hands of other men and appropriating it his kind and in this field of research ex Â¬ us I have given the subject furthor and camp to their own uses There could hardly amples crowd upon us The Bell Tele Â¬ most serious consideration Tho result Tarifl reform will not be settled until Tho ac phone Company tho olectric light com is I am more determined than evor to it is honestly and fairly settled in the in Â¬ bo a greater misconception cumulutfon of wealth by all tho honest panies and tho electric railway com- allow the bill to become a law without terest and to tho benefit of a patient and processes of production or by buying panies are all very recent representatives my signature long sullering people When the formulation of legislation and selling is really the creation of of a wealth that would have been non Yours very truy wealth tho production of Bomcthingthat existent but for tho inventivo talents which it was hoped would embody DemGltOVKIl ClKVKIAXll would absolutely have had no being had and enterprise of their promoter But ocratic ideas of tarili reform was lately it not been for tho personal exertions of oven here too wo must make largo esti Â¬ entered upon by tho Congress nothing A Good Appetite its creator Yet this fact is only dimly mates for an incidental increaso in was further from my anticipation than a Always accompanies good health and comprehended by most men who bother values The electric railways are pene- Â¬ result which I could not promptly and an absence of appetite is an indication their heads with social problems Some Â¬ trating the suburbs of all our large cities enthusiastically indorse It is therefore of something wrong The universal tes times it is not comprehended at nil and by making them more accessible with a feeling of tho utmost disappoint- Â¬ timony given by those who have used Men seem to go upon tho assumption they are adding incalculably to suburban ment that I submit to a denial of this Hoods Sarsaparilla as to Its merits In that there is just so much wealth in the wealth Yet not a dollar is taken from privilege restoring the appetite and as a purifier world and that life is a struggle to see the public for which an equivalent is not I do not claim to bo bettor than the of tho blood constitutes the strongest who shall make the largest grab But as giveu either in tho form of greater con masses of my party nor do I wish to recommendation that can bo urged for u matter of fact tho fortune of awry man venience or in actual profits avoid any responsibility which on ac- Â¬ any medicine count of tho passage of this law I ought who cams money by lawful means is The first thing that overy man is forc to bear as a member of tho Democratic simply his part contributed to the total Hoods 1uis cure all liver ills billions ed to do when ho sets out to make a for organization neither will I bo permitted ncs jaundieeindige8tionsick headache of the national or social wealth tuno is to employ somebody to help him Who separated from my party to such an Tako tho careorof George M Pullman and the inoro ambitious ho gets the extent as might bo implied by my veto just now a conspicuous target for the larger and larger becomes the number of of the larlir legislation which though almsn of addle headed labor leaders and A Drunken Carousal his assistants Some are directly engag Â¬ disappointing is still chargeable to DemPopulist cranks and reformers Start ed in tho promotion of his plans and Thu encampment which In plain ocratic ellbrt But thcro aro provisions ing as a poor boy through sheer force of draw their compurgation directly from drunken carousal of n in tills bill which aro not in lino with terms means tho inventive genius and masterful business his pay rolls but by far the larger num- Â¬ lot of youngsters known as tho State capacity he has amassed an enormous Â¬ honest tariff reform and it contains inber are indirectly engaged and remain Guard broke up with a klllliK at Padu But overy dollar represents fortune invisible to all except tho economic an- Â¬ consistencies and crudities which ought cah last woek Private Dodd from Bow- Â¬ new and no man has ever dared to cast not to appear in tariff laws or laws of alyst The wholesale merchant for ex- Â¬ was ono of tho young men a suspicion upon tho chaacter or meth- Â¬ any kind Besides there wero as you ling Green ample seems to employ only a few quill mado a night of it and one so ods of the man In fact William T and I well know incldonts accompanying who often drivers and truckmen but his employes morning about 2 oclock as ho was break Â¬ Stead tile sensational Knglish editor and the passage of the bill through Congress aro sometimes scattered all ovor the ing into a lunch stand which a boy had reformer who lately had so much to say which made every slnccro reformer un- Â¬ world and it is duo to his thirst for been conducting near the camp he was In favor of tho poor and against the rich happy while influences surrounded it in wealth and the thirst of other men in by the boy who was sleep Â¬ and tho corrupt elements of Chicago its final construction which ought not shot and killed kindred pursuits that theso distant em- Â¬ ing iu Ills stand The placo had been society when it came to Mr Pullman to bo recognized or tolerated in Demo-Â¬ ployes can find n market for their labor broken open several times before by tho found it necessary to say this cratic reform councils It will be seen therefore that no man gallant defondcru of Kentuckys law and The first Pullman car which ho con- A VAST IMPItOVKMKNT can pursuo wealth exclusively In his own structed and put on rails cost 18000 to And yet notwithstanding all ita vicis- order and the coroners verdict in interest howovor solfish ho may be and boy who shot situdes and all the bad treatment it re- Â¬ Dodds case was that the build as against 4000 which was the one sees how little there is beyond so In protection of his property ceived at the hands of pretended friends him did price of the ordinary sleeper Hallway whn the reach of men of modest but compe A party of of his life it presents a vast improvement to exist and defense men shrugged their shoulders It was tent income that the man of large for- Â¬ ing samo tin soldiers passed through mvgniflcent thoy said but it was not will certainly lighten these conditions It tune can enjoy ho is led to wonder week A palace sleoping car at many tariff burdens that now rest heav Â¬ this county on a train one day last business sometimes at the assiduity of the pur- Â¬ ily firing their 18000 could not pcssihly pay upon the people It is not only a and amused themselves by Mr suit But habit has a great deal to do windows terrorizing Pulimau refused to be discouraged Let barrier neninst the return of mad guns out the car generally with it and the needs and aspirations of This farce has 1 10 traveling public decide protection but it furnishes a vantago the natives wus all he ii family impel the richest man to furth- Â¬ been maintained long enough in Ken- Â¬ ground from which must bo waged furth Â¬ asked ruu your old sleepers and tho er exertion In this country men rarely er aggressive Theso alleged troops whoso now ones together I will charge half a operations against protect- Â¬ tucky retire from business until they die and ed monopoly equipment and supplies cost tho State bo dollar moio for a berth in the Pullman and governmental favoritit is fortunate for tho community that ism much money luivo been feasted out of and see which holds the field Tho ver- Â¬ this is true the public funds qulto long enough I take my placo with the rank and filo dict of the public was instant and decis- Â¬ From the material point of view these of the Democratic party who believe in Their services to the State aro iu no way ive every one preferred tho Pulimau at proportionate to tho cost of them In the extra price and the success of tho men are tho most useful mombers of the tariff reform and who know what it is ton years they havo done absolutely no Â¬ inventive car builder was assured He community and the man is either a pub- who refuse to accept tho results embod Â¬ thing for the state save to kill a few in Â¬ bus gone on stop by step from car to car lic enemy a fool or both who seeks to ied in this bill as the close of tho war offensive citizens The oncampment until at the present moment he is said to obstruct their operations Tho writer who are not blinded- to the fact that the could not write the painter could not livery of Democratic tarili reform has business ought to be discontinued have a fleet as he calls it of nearly 2000 Herald sleepers which are operated by tho Pull- Â¬ paint and the laborer would litorully bo been stolen and worn in the servico of Hartford forced to go fishing wore it not for the Republican protection and who liavo man Company They have besides 58 Whllo in Chicago Mr Charles L dining cars and 000 bnlltU car Al Â¬ forces which the wealth seekers put in marked the places whero tho deadly operation Tho very genius of progress blight of treason lias blasted the counsels Kahler a prominent shoe merchant of together tho cars which tho company Des Moines Iowa had quite a serious operates number 257 Other competi- Â¬ under the free institutions that we enjoy of the brayo in their hour of might rests upon the principle of great rewards timooflt He took such ft severe cold Â¬ The trusts and combinations the comtors have come into tho field but Mr Pullman deserves the distinction of hav Â¬ to t hoso who accomplish great works munism of pelf whoso machinations that ho could hardly talk or navigate ing placed every railway traveler under and whatever else may be wrong in our have prevented us from reaching tho but the prompt use of Chamberlains an obligation by acting as pioneer of social and economic system we cannot success we deserve should not be for- Â¬ Cough Remedy cured him of his cold bo Wo shall recover quickly that others at the hotel who had commodious luxurious and safe railway a lord to discourage much less dispense gotten or forgiven with the great captains of industry from our astonishment at theirexhibltlon bad colds followed his example and half traveling Alter building his cars in various who marshal the forces of labor and lead of power and if then the question is a dozen persona ordered it from tho parts Mr Pullman decided finally to us on toward tho golden ago that will forced upon us whother they shall nearest drug storo They wero profuse centralize in the center of tho American see the race emancipated from poverty submit to the free legislative will of the in their thanks to Mr Kahler for telling Scientific American peoples representatives or shall dictate them how to euro a bad cold so quickly coutinont Carrying out his decision the law which the people must obey For sale by A R FlsherClovorportKy naturally fixed upon Chicago as the lie Board Kincheloe Hardins A Kansas publisher backed his faith wo will accept and settle the Issue as one and site for his works The Pullman Com Â¬ was incorporated with a capital of in coming good times by ottering last involving the integrity and safety of burg Ky pany M000000 tho quotation for which in fall to give his paper free to all new American institutions I love the principles of true Democracy Gov J Proctor Knott Looated at the market to day is twice that amount subscribers if corn didnt reach 10 cents Danville He lost 160 but because they aro founded in patriotism lie took up an estatn of over three thou Â¬ a bushel by May 1st sand acres round Lake Calumet which jjot even when he wan appointed and upon justice and fairness toward alt The pormauout location of Gov J is fourteen miles from the center of postmaster interests I am proud of my party organProctor Knott in Daitvlllo is oiuso or ization Chicago mid which was at that time far because it Is conservatively congratulation to tho city and section sturdy and persistant in the enforcement It Is tho Governors ambition to close outside the city limits There follow Â¬ tiXEUClSE HllTltV air and prop Â¬ of its principles Therefore I do not de Â¬ his long and honorable public cireer in ing the example of Missra Krupp at frwli 1jwn he set to work to construct mod Â¬ er fuoil help to keep spair of the efforts made by the House founding a law dejvardneut iu Centro n woman in gxxi con Â¬ of Representatives to supplement the College which will bo second to none el city in his own Imago The car works dition It iiuulU bill already passed by further legislation iu thu country and his profund knowl Â¬ were of course the contor and nucleus clout for tome weak- Â¬ LH Or TJ ened or borne down fT and to have engrafted upon it such mod Â¬ edge of the law together with the able of all In these glgantlu factories where an tlioy are by the 1 1000 employes work up 60000000 feet ifications aa will mora nearly meet Dem Â¬ corps of assistance lie haa gathered about ailment mid irregu him makes assurance doubly sure that laritiua peculiar to ocratic hopes and aspirations of lumber overy year and 85000 ton of their wi liq will succeed even beyond his expec- Â¬ KRKK HAW MATKHU1S iron they have a productive capacity of rawlly help Â¬ Theyre ed I can not bo mistaken as to tho neces Â¬ tation No man has served his country thou eh therell 10O miks of curs per annum an Â¬ Their Flerc1 Favorite Preeerlp nual output when thoy are working at a remedy In Drbuild up and cure every en Â¬ sity of free raw materials as the founda- or Stuto better than Gov Knott and tlon that will full stretch is 12600 freight care U3 feebled woman It tho prescription of a tion of logical and sensible taiiff reform none has won the right to the dignified ban sleeping ears 021 paseenger cars and DUO physician never been tested hi thousand or The extent to which this ia recognised In retirement that the position will give found wanting eiuM ami street cars only ritk that Ukq m that of the the legislation already secured is one of him while rounding up a well spent life Tlw who piwnUo to rvtunu tho Its eneonragliitf anil redeeming feature liuutufacturerM iu further usefulness to his Iellowmen Now all thi enormous accumulation money If no beoeflt U experienced reprttentiuir millions in value affording Thl Prescription reaches taa orila of but It Id vexatious to recall that while Interior Journal spell and free coal and iron ore have been denied prciltablt employment for thousands of the trouble DImIham faintingileaplessmnn each m disorder iwrvotw School books school bags and all kinds pMjple and conferring grateful comfort tUrtoe depend upon a letter of the Secretary of the Treasury bores or St Vitu tbe lrNgulftritte ami dWoUownetitj ot the dkwlosee the faet that both might have of school supplies for the coming school upon millions of travelers all tha had Pyorita rrtfeorip peeW irutre--- Ut no exUtewM wUr Mr Pullman Wgau ewrea by rwguUMng awl xrwMg been made free by the annual surreflder term at Babbages Von 1mm all Ihwh emtoj wint hUt iw fuaoetetw 4 oeuMtio aheiiges of only about ITOO000 of unnucosuary awl it tbea Dr PrlMs CrW BktaPew4r UHtdiaUt jwftHul dlruecimi To My that Dr Wiinwiy fneMvely Cftkutb revenue CLEVELAND Strange r Than Fiction story which began over thirty years ago and which iliilrs hick to the late war hax jumI hud a si range wquel In two A M Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ states Kentucky and Texis When the war opemd Dr W II Rlchardton of Kentucky left Hlandville iu that State and went to Texas where ho marrhd Soon after the wedding he left bin bride to join thu confederate army In attempting Home speculation ho wim re duced to the ranks and becoming dis Batiflied left and went to Texas There in tho year 1807 ho heard that his wife was dead But he remained in Mexico until the present year Then he resolved to return to Kentucky Ho arrived in his native county and while tracing up a land claim found it necessary to write to his wifes relatives in the Louo Star Suite This correspondence had a surprlso In storo for him His wife was found to bo living She had waited twelve years and then had taken another husband The doctor was single and rejoiced to hear that his wife still lived ho wrote to ask if she had lost her love for him She replied that she still loved him and that if he said the word she would give her second husband his walking papers The doctor was willing and truo to her word the woman told husband Xo 2 that lie must go Ho acted on her advice and last week Richardson went to Texas and was re Â¬ united to the wife of his youth after a separation covering n period of thirty two yeais Queer things happen sometimes iu this very queer world Atlanta Consti- Â¬ tution Â¬ I VI 1MX8SZ 3h TTnsawv fc L JeW AHN1 m8X9JkKY 994 lio PURE CI DONT ACCEPT IMITATIONS THE PrtOCTCrt OAMDLC CO Nil The Old Reliable Firm GEO YEAKEL CO To pleaso any one in variety To accommodate our big trade wo havo pur Â¬ chased very heavy from over stocked factories wo will be able to bo tho leaders in low prices Since the tarifl ipiestlou has been Bottled Dry Goods will be higher our prices will bo lower FALL STOGK We will offer now Clothes brush for 3 c 10c Has again mado preparations for buying an immense Iloosier Brown Cotton for tho un Â¬ heard of price Kmpire Challies worth J our prlco Ono lot wove lllling Dress Goods wortli 10 and 15c our price 24 sheets good note paper 12 Lead pencils for Ono lot II 1 Corsets Fancy Ginghams worth 12je our 5 c 5 c 5 5 5 5 c c c f 24c h- prlco See our picture frames for 25c 50o and Sc papers tacks Good purse worth 15c for Good heavy blacking brush worth 1 c Ono lot silk finished Suspenders wortli 25c for If you need Clothing it will pay you to see us We invito you to visit us lo 25c for 10c Â¬ Â¬ Thu only way to euro fover nnd ague is either to neutralize tho poisons which cnuso tho disease or to expel thorn from tho system Aycrs Aguo Curu operates in both ways It is a warranted specific for all forms of malarial disorders and never fails to cure Try it G ive H lis a look we will do the rest G EO YEAKEL CO BRANDENBURG KY For Sebree Katson Ky Aug J7 lSll Dear John Find enclosed a paragraph from the Nkws of Aug J- - In which you rep Â¬ resent mo as being for Jolly In tho Sec Â¬ ond District for Congress in tho Repub Â¬ lican Convention That about tho crop Is all right but you wero mistaken iu supposing that I was for Jolly I was for Sebree during the whole light and work Â¬ ed and got out tho men from this end of tho county that secured him tho four votes ho got In thu Hancock Convention As Bovoral papers iu tiiu Second District have copied eald parrgraph which does mo injustice will you pleaso correct iu your valiiablo paper Yours truly Likcon RiaiAims X y I we are SOLE AGENTS IN THIS COUNTY fg V FORTHESALE fik j yy it jVX fr CCT I Â¬ i XI ofthe i Bucklens Arnica Salve The Best Saivk in tho world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers SoltRheumFever Sores TetterChapped HandsChilbluins Corns and all Skin Eruptions and pos Â¬ itively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satis- Â¬ Price 23 faction or money refunded cents per box For sale by A It Fisher f X 4 j ncT- Quality and Purity wfL T T Â¬ V AiV - Unoxcelled ltecommond ed by leading physi Â¬ clans Sc Wholesale und ItcUll DlUlU BRANDENBURG KY iz Â¬ The Tax on Playing Cards Both the State and tho United States seem to bo after playing cards with a sharp stick Under a new law no dealer In Kentucky can sell them until he pas an annual license of 5 and tho new tariff bill taxes them two cents a pack There are only six card factories in tho J 0 U0URNE Their U S ono being in Cincinnati annual output 1b about 80000000 packs Thero are about 80000 dealers in playing cards whose Btoek on baud is estimated BOURNE at 10000000 packs The revenue from playing cards for tho current year at the rate of two cents a pack provided for in tho bill is estimated at 1000000 Interior Journal Â¬ jW NBVITT stt J M HAIUKIl r DANIKL 1IK00KS HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVILI F - i m w M mtM BOURBON STOCK YARDS1 KY - SARSAPARILLA TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER BOWLING GREEN -- ONE MANAGEMENT- A SOUTHERN Business College ESTABLISHED BOWLIHQ GREEN BUSINESS COLLEGE 1 IN 1870 I any time Send or catalogue ESTMentlon Oourio doilrod Scientific ami Classic Thetrreit nuslnMiTralnlnB School ol the South I Itngllsh Teacher Muilc Art ami locution provided Short hand Telegraphy Type Courses Book KecpltiL Writing and Penmanthlp 1uplls can enter at I lor Iow rate ol board and tuition Send tor SOUTHERN NORMAL SCHOOL Addren catalogue G1IERT BEOS Fropra Bowling Green Ky BEST BLOOD PURIFIER in the world It cures Nervousness Dys pepsia Sick Headache Boils Tetter Scrofula and every trouble arising from bad blood Try it and bo sure to get NoalV For sale by A R Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FISHErWDruggist Clovorport Ky JPEKDY and LASTINO ru CM thM it FATPEOPLEXT Ho Inconrenlmce SimjJf from soy injurloui RESULTS iJ CUKMONT MKDICAL CO Prloe We GUARANTEE a CURE or UI3B AJOUMIWO ejjoopsrbottu IN QUANTITY tult uncc SIfliD refund Send ssymLLE - Bostou 4clortrtlie Mrus jour montt J08T BEST IN QUALI1 Â¬ WORMS WHITES CREAK VERMIFUGE FOR SO YEAR I Try Babbages 0c Shirt r l Wj0t T Hrs led all WORM Rmadlea MtUlltM EVERY MTTLE UJAMNTEEO BKiiettJierrM bulm ji miSuai all 4 efc T LMtt V V r I n ipr- - ji7CTi r r H nrTTTTOf THR BRELOKmsmirGElJSrmWB OXiOVHRIPOJa KV Breckenridge Tno D News L HARDINSBURG H T 0 Baggage Editors and Proprletn SKPTKMBKIl 5 1801 4 WTIME OOIHO TABLE WEDNESDAY WIST rassengtr Pamnger Dally arr OUIIIU Hardlnsburg IJilJ pm HAST Call and bco Julian Brown when you como to town Step In at Julian Browns and try one of his lunches with n glasw of Polks crab GENERAL GORDON Ohos BRANDENBURG Nevilt namn down home last elder You can get at Julian Browns all kinds of fresh and pure candies nuts and fruits They are cheap too Licensed to marry Elinoro Lyons to Miss Belle Priest Sam T Rico to Miss Alice McGliec J B Dutschke to Miss Cora Huston Frank Wade to Miss Nancy J Burch James M Smith to Miss Lou Â¬ isa Hoffman Ben F Harncd to Miss Minnie F Lyons Jesse A Matthews to Miss Lydla Harper Tho following suits havo bcrii filed for tho October term of Circuit Court Berry S Arms vs Mary Anns Joseph D Tuul vs John R Bland Miss Loulso Smith vs J W Jarrett G W Beard vs Hardinshurg City Hall Co Daniel D Oldham vs Eliza Oldham Robt S Nor- Â¬ Co ton vs Lucy Norton Carter Bros vs Walker Board D R Murray guard Â¬ ian vs R B Pierce W S Pate vs P C Brashear Emma Gillilaud s Chester Hicks Hester A Board vs Wm D Beard John W Tucker vs E BTucker Ransom Norton vs Trustees School Dis Â¬ trict No m His Reception at Owonsboro Tho Saturday Henry Maliu will go to Gellisemaue to school FALL SEASON Judge 1alrlelgh lias sciatic rheumatism and Is unable to sit up Miss Edith Lewis of Louisville is Owknskoho Sept 4tli Nkws Tho visiting the family of Mr James Lewis Clay county pensioners are paid 30 reception tendered Gen John B Gordon Mrs Varllla of Louisville was tho 000 annually by the peoplp of Owcnsboro yesterday guest of Mrs H O Rawlings this week upon his arrival and last night when he Twkxty Catholic clergyman nailed Mr Thoa II Ditto has been quite slck appeared beforo them upon tho stago and I from Liverpool lost week to engage In think Dr Puscy is still attending 22 was most royal and magnificent indeed missionary work In tho United States him Truly tho great Southerner heartily Miss Maud Smith is visiting at Presi i Mr James Fulrlelgh was qulto ill for merits all tho praise tho people of Ken- Â¬ Jin W A Wllgus Las bcon appointed ton tucky and tho South can bestow upon a few days last week but is up and out Postmaster at Hopklnsville Ky Mr Mr Dave Hardin will move to Clover Popsibly tho only surviving again him Wllgus Is well known in railroad circles port Miss Eualin Stith of Breckenridgo General of that great war of tho South and is an ex newspaper man D II Severs Henderson was in town tho only ofllcer living who stood with county is vlhiting her sister Mrs Wm Sunday lxv and tho army of Virginia from tho Bewley By a recent act of Congress Labor Day Selling goods now at drouth prices beginning until tho end of tho fatal Mr J W Maliau has returned from is now made a legal holiday Tho Diet JAWitt struggle tho story of the troubles and Piioll hid where he spent n week with Monday in September Is known as Labor Mr C E Ilaswell went to Louisville the hardships of war as he depicts them relatives Day and lias been declared a national Monday then uion Southern soil is worth both holiday just the same as Christmas Day MrSP Woolfolk has typhoid fever but your time and your money to hear Miss Lizzie Board is visiting at Mc Dr Wells reports him getting along the 2U of February and tho 4th of July But I started out to say something favorably Daniels about the Generals reception in Owcns- Â¬ What have you done with your sum Â¬ The Populist nominating committee of Miss Pearl Ditto is enjoying herself boro It was just wiiat you might ex Â¬ Meade county met at Brandenburg Mon mers wages with Mrs J D Babbago and Miss Addle pect from theso people A large delegati ay and called tIko Patterson to make We aro offering great bargains for cash G Ditto Cloverport tion met the General at the train Tho the race for Sheriff Mr Patterson is a J A Witt Snap Shots From the Feoplo Mrs E A Coleman Misses Lldia march from the depot into tho city was substantial farmer living in tho East end In my neighborhood quickened now and then by tho boom- Â¬ Powell Annie Wallaco and Annie Bon Judge Milton Board went to Owens Lko Hintov of the county and a very clever man we will make corn enough to do us and ing of cannon and the intermediate boro Monday lumnt aro at Corydon to attend tho Ho was formerly a staunch Republican Richard Wathen Bullitt county was about half crop of tobacco The last shouts and cheers of the peoplo along tho Fair t lie has no more show of being the sheriff rain helped crops wonderfully last week way The committee in charge stopped Charlie Casperko was at homo forn of Mcado county than a chinaman has of hero Coming to town this in front of tho Rudd House nnd hero few days beforo going to Anchorago to Sam Bkavix Dr J T Baker has been qulto sick for being President of tho Ekron Base Ball morning I saw n sight that almost took tho great Southerner stepped from his take charge of tho drug department at a week or more Club Wo feel sorry for Undo Ike my breath It was Bob Mnltingly work Â¬ carriage and as ho uncovered his silvery the Asylum Born to the wife of II O Phelpe ing in Ids tobacco Something I never locks beforo tho vast throng another Miss Ellen Dowden of Louisville is in LTJth a boy Wiikn youngsters como to this town Aug saw before since Ive been coming to shout went tip and another cheer for hero to see her relatives and old friends from Hawesville or any other town and If anybody wants saw milling done Clovorport but Ill say this for Bob hes tho yet living hero of Spoftsylvania and Ellen will spond the winter in Florida violato an ordinanco they may expect to call on Julian Brow u got a good crop of tobacco the South It is no small estimate we with her sister Mrs Gilger We have a suffer tho consequences There will be a big excursion on tho Cleveland is tho place upon Gotdon aud men of his like W II Uowmku Brothor Cherry commenced protract Â¬ Marshal whoso business it Is to see that Texas next Saturday They aro dear to Southern ed services at tho M E church last Sun- Â¬ greatest man on tho American continent In this day tho city ordinances are enforced Thais Mrs Krecmer and her children hearts and admired the country over day to day his duty and it Is what tho city employes Its sweltering weatiierbut let us visiting at Owcnsboro for the causo they upheld tho privations hope the attendanco and interest may him for Our sidewalks belong to tho Wm Vimt I dont think much of they bore the courage and valor and bo good Tho new drug store will bo open for Cleveland footmen not to tho wheelmen It is un It was a regular back down heroism in war and their masterly fortunate that tho two young men did business in n few days on his part Ho ought to have vetoed Miss Allieue Murray has left for Clo- Â¬ patriotism and love of country in the ILVHicad of sheep it John Squires shipped not know this It would havo saved time of peace Thats truo lie will go verport leaving behind many pleasant them a deal of trouble and sumo hard to Louisville last week J P IuvKiuY The Niws is tho best over Kentucky and wherever ho is met recollections of the genial current of cash If they had been trained at home The County Teachers Association will county paper I over saw and Cleveland his reception will be just as hearty and her soul and I nm sure it can never lie in tho way they should go they would meet at Custer Sept 2 is the greatest man in America just as great from other towns and other frozen havo known how to havo conducted Miss Irene Board left Monday for Rus Dr Turner Anderson of Louisville I predicted ten sections as it was hero in Owcnsboro Fiiank Ditto 8k in to themselves when they went to Koine or sclville to attend school years ago that tho day would como when for we are Kentuckians and we love tho was one of a party of physicians on n When yon send yonr Stophcnsporl Miss Eva Ilensley goes to Bowling corn would bring more per bushel than like of Gordon Tho war Is over but boat on the Ohio off for nu outing Thu boys out again good neighbor tell them Green to attend college wheat It will remain so In the future God knows some of its incidents can Dr was up in town for n word with to keep in the middle of the road friends Mr John Alexander thinks of taking You will never see wheat higher than never go hurried Mrs Wm Mclntyre Mrs A T Hern corn again Gen Gordon is n master of his subject chuige of the Hatnblcton Hotel op Ohio Citv op Toikdo 1 Statu don Misses Jennie Hardin Allie Reid Tho Last Days of tho Confederacy I havo two splendid Boyd WiTiiKiw Luoah County There has been some sickness in town gas wells on my farm I utilize tho gas He was in it and seemingly knew just Maude Herndon Daisy Mclntyre Virgil FiiANK J Ciiknky makes oath that he but none of it of a serious type Havent used a stick of about where ho was was at most nil and Lilllu Rhodes took in thu Corydon is the senior partner of the firm of F J Rev Quinn tho Baptist minister for everything I euro my meat tho time tho unpleasantness of theso Fair last Friday wood for three years Ciikxey A Co doing business in tho preaches at Kkron next Sunday with it I expect soon to raiso chickens years lasted City of Toledo County and State n fore Â¬ Miss Lida Haynes left Monday for R May and the Hook Biotbcrs are The General was introduced here by Patesvillu to teach music and eggs with it for the winter market said iniil that Raid linn will pay the sum Liilas ami handling a great deal of coal now Hon W T Ellis Mr Ellis related able sunny temperament and conscien- Â¬ of ONE IIUNDUKI DOUAIW for each I have the best crop of Wm Downs Our motto We underbuy we undervery feelingly nnd with much earnest Â¬ tious regnrds for the right will win and and overy case of Cataiuiii that cannot tobacco 1 havo had in years sell T C Lewis Co jewelers ness tho part Gen Gordon played in keep her friends bo cured by tho use of Halls Cataiiiiii There was a re Â¬ Haswkii Coieman Mrs Thomas II Withers will return the lato Confederacy Tho audience Cuiie FRANK J CHENEY Mrs McSarly remained a week longer other markable thing contacted with tho run- Â¬ Doath of an Estimable Woman serious malady and just so Is tho took in tho situation and thanked Mr than Sworn to before mo and subscribed in from her visit to Virginia tills week she expected She left on Monday inebriate a diseased individual with a Tho horse landed in away on the piko Mrs Melinda Lovell Hawkins died my presence this Cth day of December R G Robertson will hold his court in Hardinsburgin just thirty minutes from Ellis most cordially for tho manner in with her mother aud little daughter August 15 1894 in tho 78th year of her A 1 18S0 Tho appear- Â¬ Sho has a music class in Louisville and vitiated tasto that needs treatment pity age tho Rockvalo precinct at Gleudeano the time he started without a scratch which he did that thing a devoted Christion and nursing Tiie will itself is attacked woman Sho was member of -- ance of tho lecturer on tho stago then is 11 great lover of flue music A WGLEASON nnd a Friday the Baptibt harness and buggy intact and completely subjugated and we can church for over fifty years Sho was the was the signal for another applause Notary Public Ico cold genger ale pop and mineral Miss May Dee Pusey will leave us not appeal to mans higher naturo to mother of eight children four of whom I R MuitnAY It is worthy of the He got it good Gen Gordon will sur Â¬ Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally water of all kinds on tap at Julian man and tho situation It places the prise you when you Bee him Ho hasnt shortly to take a literary and commercial wrestle with the animal appetite and are still living two of which wero pres Â¬ Browns We hate to give her up Her down it Democratic party on a vantage ground that magnificent physical appearance course and acts directly on tho blood and muA disease so prevalent so ent at her death The funernl services were personality is charming and it throws diflicult to cure aud so disastrous in its churchheld at tho New Bethel Baptist Our place is recognized as being head from which tho fight for tariff reform they imagino he might cous surfaces of the system Send for near Hardinshurg of which possess from bIio does Â¬ sunshine into everything quarters for jewelery purchasers T C may bo continued vigorously and suc- tho looks of his pictures testimonials free result needs scientific treatment But church she was a member conducted etc you seo Lewis A Co cessfully F J CHENEY CO Toledo O The Ekron Jrs played the Branden think of It how much could bo done to by the pastor Rev J Duggins assisted scattered about He is rather small in by Bro J A McDermott fiSrSold by Druggists 7re Misses Bessie Beard and Annie De Clevelands letter is stature but ho is an orator I can pro- Â¬ burg Eagles last Saturday with twonty make men sober and keep them sober Gus Bkown FOR SALE five to twenty four in favor of Ekrons Snpposo everybody or say every Chris Â¬ Jernetto left Friday to attend school at Democracy mise you Ho is eloquent His fund of In the Eaue for Treasurer Bowling Green They kept neck and neck from start to tian of each denomination determined Ono hundred nnd throe acre of land Ivl too Is captivating I am with Cleveland humor It L NmvsoM His descrip within one naif mile of mrdinsburg on the Wo hear the namo of Mr W II Gard- Â¬ You can pin your faith to tho bargains all the time in both letters and his tion of battles and incidents of army finish with our boys a little in advance to aid Manager Satolli in his temperance Cloverport and Hardlnsburg turnpike and the ner of Hardin county Bpoken iuito you get from our establishment T C Catchings letter puts the matter before life aro easy and natural Miss Ellen Wilkes of Bowling Green movement we could make it equal to same land on which the old fair eroundi stond frequently by Todd county peoplo in Lewis Co His memories of Leo Jackson Slier left lost Friday after a pleasant visit to that of the one Father Matthews started Sixty acres of this place is suitable for culti- Â¬ the country in its right light vation and about thirty acres in connection with the race for State Treas Miss Wilkes has in Ireland many years ago Tho crusade place is under good fence and welltimber The rldan and Grant wero pathetc and most Mrs II C Rawlings Mr Sam Beavln has taken a partner watered It urer and if there is anything in Bigns soon brought the cause tens of thou- Â¬ is a desirable location for a good farm touching Being a conspicuous actor visited our town before and by her kind lias HUES RUN ship with Julian Brown in tho confect- Â¬ Mr Gardner already has a big following and Is always convenient along the scenes he describes makes his affable manner numbers many friends sands of followers till the spirit reached a good building sitereasonable ionery business Ho has served ono term as in Todd America The great wave in time re- Â¬ to market Terms KINOaTON Apply to Some farmers aro cutting tobacco talk of two hours sufficiently interesting here J T Ilardiusburg Our patience are never worn out Wo State Examiuur and his practical way of ceded till drinking in Erin and America The much needed rain came last week to command the attention of any Prof Wiggins says whenever a thun- Â¬ great pleasure In showing our goods doing business has made him friends take Still thou- Â¬ threatons desturction again SHERIFFS SALE FOR TAXES V G B der storm is approaching eveiy one in Tho Ilitfs Run Bchool opened Monday audience in the country T C Lewis A Co with both press and public throughout sands of Hibernias and our own sons his houso puts on rubbers and Is not with a good attendance Our merchants arc going to buy stacks tho statu Ho is eminently qualified in have been Bteadfast in their pledge Let On Monday September 17th 1891 I or one A Walk over for Hardin allowed to touch an object tilttho cloud Jefferson Miller und Ben Lasllo are every way for tho oflico ho seeks and of goods for their fall trade us pray that every minister of every of my deputies will offer at 1ubllo Auction at Hardins The race for Governor as shown by has passed If people will do this ho building n new tobacco barn Jesse Mil- Â¬ tho man who gets the support of Todd burg will be in it that what she will the publication in the Louisville Post of adds there would never hs any deaths pulpit may bo a Satolli on tho liquor the Court bouse door in Hardlnsburg Ilreck ler of Sample Is helping them enrikge county Ky for cash in bund tho fol- Â¬ county in tho nominating convention traffic Rev Hammond a celebrated colored tho replies it received to its tequest for from lightning lowing real estate or so inueh thereof as will over him has got to get a move on him minister preached to tho colored peoplo Jailer DeJernette candidatefor Information as to tho prevailing senti- Â¬ satisfy the rovenue and county levy and rail Banquos Observations wero read self that will break all former records PRESTON on tho Democratic ticket ate din- Â¬ ment in each county in hero lost Sunday He now lives in New tho state is all road tix duo as stated belowi I am with him or her Todd County Times ner at Mr and Mrs Jas D Seatons oneway Hardin seems to be the only with interest Orleans News Is scarce just at present Jesse dray 13 acres of land See deed book ready to indorso controversy and investi- Â¬ Mrs Cynthia Brown tho widow of Mr Thursday candidate that is thought of Clay was gations of religious truths The health of this community is ex Â¬ 30 page 450 Kevenue and county levy fur A Birthday Present Tho troublo of Louisville preached mentioned occasionally but so very sel Â¬ Rev John Lay ceedingly good at present the years 1891 and 18D2 and cost 9t50 Gpstov August 10th 18l EniToit Frank Brown is lying quite Hi at her is so tew can discuss pleasantly Big 1 homo near this place Miss Maud Smith of HarditiBburg is Fncborn U Juckson 110 acres of land same Her recovery is two sermons nt the Baptist church hero dom it is very plain that ho has no show and little u creep in and how few are liiiKiKENiinxii New Please find en last week He was the guest of L L whatever at this stage of the game How deeded to S M lickeral See deed bouk 31 doubtful expected here shortly to visit friends willing to bo humbled in order to bo closed two dollars for which send o copy Â¬ Jlevenuo and oounty levy for 1891 The series of meetings which were page 514 MIssTida Mercer attended tho State Waggoner and family He is now hold- it will be when tho incipient stago is exalted and when it comes to conflict of tho Nkwh to Rev W E Hardaway ing a meeting at Hardins school houso passed is a matter of conjecture though being held at Raymond have closed and 16V2 and colt 1505 Sunday School convention at Russell between error and truth right and wrong North Platte Neb Please send the John T Johnson 40 aces In magisterial Mis3cs Angle Chappell and Cora Hen Â¬ Last Thursday evening two gentlemen the outlook Is certainly as rosy as Genor doesnt each take tho Bible argue in first number so as to reach him about vllle last week She was a delegatu from came from Clovorport in a buggy and ul Hardin could wish aud about as dis Â¬ terpret and prove his or her creed doc dry from Raymond wero here ono duy district No 6 Same land now owned by this place Sept i ns that Is his birthday The Charles Itadenbeitner Hevenue and county as It could he for Mr Clay or lost weuk til no and belief the one taught There is a gamu of liiso ball played at from all appearances were driving a wild couraging other dollar Ih to renew my own sub Â¬ levy for 1889 1890 1891 and 1S9J and rail A game of hall was played at Union horse They stopped at tho Hitus Run any other candidate who is inclined to For forms nnd creeds let gracc lcss zealots scription which will expire in November this town nearly every day All the road tax for 1891 and oost 2913 light watering trough to water their horso enter the contest Tho way things look Star last Friday by the Union Star aud I send for both nt once so as to TInsley Rhodes 50 acres of land same now kill two clubs in tho county como here to have a He cant be wrong whon life Is In the right Before they had fairly touched the ground now General Hardin will havo a walk- Â¬ Stephensport clubs owned by Cas llhodes In magisterial district birds with ono stone Allow mo to little game A notable dramatic event by a star- Â¬ tho horso started at fulf speed up the over Danvlllo Advocate Mrs Jno Sigler of Louisville will No 6 Revenue and county levy and railcongratulate you on tho xery excellent They want to incorporate the town of road and left them to foot It the balance ring troupe was on tho tapis last week arrive hero shortly to visit her daughter road tax for 1891 and cost 1390 paper you publish I think a copy of it Irvington Nobody The High Sohool would believe that of the way A now comedy drama in four acts and Mrs Chas O Graham The parties referred to Mrs Mollle S Iulllain ono town lot In tho best birthday piesent I can eend to there are 300 inhabitants The Cloverport High School will be Â¬ then adaptation there but Bob above were Burrei Beard and Coleman Tho plot of tho play Mr and Mrs Jos Robinson visited Hardlnsburg Ky now owned by MathUs my far away boy Yours truly gin Monday September 10 Jolly says it is a fact was entirely original Vlcenzo Romeo Mrs Robertsons parents near Clifton Miller See Commissioners dejd book No 3 Tuero was much alarm for Ilaswell Mrs Bkn Hauiuway Parents are earnestly requested to seo performed feats of tho tight rope page 32 Revenue and county levy and rail Mr John Lyons of Toblnsport was their safety when tho horso and buggy Ho last Saturday and Sunday here last Saturday He was here to visit came Into Hardinshurg minus its occu Â¬ that their childrou are present on the was a litho limbed youth of tender Rev Roddy mado a good impression on road tax for 18f I and cost 2085 TOBINSPORT first day of school and that thoy are sup Â¬ years Henry Nicholson 112 acres of land his brother Mr James Lyons See One Rathmiller a youth of our people by his earnest forcible ap Â¬ Mr pants Ed deed book Q page J40 Revenue and county Lyons lived at this placo twenty live Frank Dunu came near loosing his plied with all material required lu their smooth face and roving eye created a peals lor their souls salvation Mrs Jane Ambers has been quite respective grades hush of expectancy when ho imitated a life last Sunday week by putting a dyna years ago Miss Blancho Frymiro and Mr Hubert levy for 1692 and railroad tax for 1651 and sick for Boveral days We hope every pupil of school age noted prima donna by tho rendition of Bruner have returned from Ilardiusburg cost 935 mite cap on a hot stoyo It exploded A Mr Roberts was brought hero Sat Â¬ Our school will not begin until the Mrs Amanda 8mith one lot In HarJInburg will improve the opportunities offered In Sweet Marie A scenic artist a kin whore thoy were visiting friends urday from Balltown and lodged in jail tearing his thumb and two fingers off the public school first Monday in October Ky See deed book 44 page 330 now owned to the lamented Buck Skin Jim imper- Â¬ Our people are rejoicing over the re- Â¬ by Elijah Board John Simons will start In a short time He was fined out at Balltown for using Dr Simons amputated tho thumb and Revenue and county levy Pupils living out side tho city school sonated him in his many Better late than and railroad tax for 1891 varying cent beneficial rains to take a course in Purdues University abusive language to some persons on tho two fingers Mrs Dunn also recolved corporation can make arrangements to and cost 055 moods from the pathetic to the intenso never was certainly true In this case slight wounds on tho face and breast Denny Meagher 136 acres of land lying on public highway Miss Zolla Simons left for Otvensboro attend school by calling on tho secretary Tho piano youth was remarkable for Dynamite caps are dangerous Wm T Allen talks of locating in Mis the Turnpike one and a half miles lost Sunday whero sho will attend frm u of tho school board Mr F N DHuy County Superintendent of Schools his misfit clothes Mine Nordica mado souri His many friends here hope that uiusuurg huw owneu uy John v school Kennedy Tho teachers will meet at tho school a great impression by her beautiful lie will abandon tho idea however Driskell lias on hand ISO with which to Tom Seaton and Revenue and county levy for 1889 and cost Jas Lynch and little daughter Nina purchase a public library for tho use of building at 1 oclock p in ou Thursday gowns A picturesque summer home remain with us 1070 Last Friday poor old Tom Seaton was of Patcsvillo was tho guests of Geo Polk tho teachers in the county Tho monoy carried from Jollys Station to Hardins- Â¬ September 1th formed the stage with an interesting George Tucker One tract of land A rumor was circulated the other day See deed Sunday All pupils who were not in attendanco household club for an audlenco was contributed by members of tho in- Â¬ hurg and confined in tho poor house that a preacher named Glasgow assisted book 39 page 409 Revenue and county levy Eld J F Wlncholl preached at the stitute T Tom is getting to bo quito an old man the last term aud thoso required to pass Poor Everett Jolly such a bright by a lady preacher would hold services for 1890 and cost 000 Baptist church Sunday night to a good Davhf W Ooodman 10 acres landitear J now and his wanderings are about over an examination for classification aro re- young man and of an intellectual ex- Â¬ here at the school house consequently Mr Henry Shrewsberry living near congregation to meet in tho principals room Qraya In Custer district Revenue aadeounty tak- Â¬ quested cellent family As I read tho uccount in a large crowd was assembled to hear Eld Edenboro of Cannelton accom Â¬ Kirk has been most unfortunate this Tliis is tho second time he has beou levy for 1891 tax and cost 775 en up and carried to tho poor houso and ou Friday morning September 7th the Courier Journal and learned that them But tho report failed to mater Â¬ panied by Rev Allen preached at the summer Within the last six weeks he John Pools heirs 50 acres near Jas Car if he is not properly cared for he may strong drink led him to commit the deed ialize that is tho proachers didnt make mans now In Memoriara has burled two of his children who died M E church Sunday owntd bj Hprai AMrldxe In loving remembrance of Harold I asked myself What is the matter with their appearance for some unknown Revenue The corn crop in this bottom is good with typhoid fever and another is down bo found dead some time on tho public and county levy for 1892 tax and highway Tom is not a pauper In tho Shorley Graham died August 21 18011 the human race that bo many should cause oost 730 for any year but only a few miles north with tho disease now legitimate sense of the torm but ho is a aged -- 1 months While at Hardinshurg wo stopped with fall under the spell of alcoholism and re Â¬ of us they aro literally burned out J L Asklni 25 acres by h Asklns In D II Severs lias Bold his interest in Juit one year since we aid hlin to rot main bound hand and foot utterly a the family of Jno Stith Mr Stith has Rough Cresk dletrlat bow uwnod by Geo Polk Is Improving his houso that tho Hambleton Hotel to John Alexan- Â¬ helpless old man who needs attention Jro Ami folded hie hands on hie dear little breast slavo to the effect Our young men just recently removed into his new Cook Rtvenua and xuunty lery for tjHtl ho recently bought by adding auother der Mr Alexander will remodel the Ilia estate is sulliclent to maintain him In tllence he auflereil In patience he bore commodious dwelling and we can cor- - 1892 and railroad tak for 1891 if properly handled He has a good Until Rod called hi in home to suffer lib more of tho highest intellect the most exalted t room and a porch In front all of which house and premises and arrango to open farm a houso and lot at Jollys Station Our dear one hai left u Tor a bright home alms the clearest minds full victims at tafnly recommend ills house to college and cost 10 82 gives it a very neat appearance students or any one deeiring a boarding a first class hotel and boarding houso for and above Ueo W Clark 31 acres now owb4 by perhaps a little money The County the shrine of Ikcchus Some of the place in that town Mrs Stith is a model The following parties will attend the Hardinshurg and the traveling public Judge therefore will not suffer him to Hut well never forget him or eer cease to love warmest hearts kindest souls and most hosteee and makes her guest feel at Henry 0 Fentress in H ugh Crsek dUtrUt Perry County Association at Deer Creek Oh Mod how myitcrloue and how Strang are Keyenno and county Mr J B Buzbys family moved to become a charge upon the county unselflsh natures go head long to ruin home at once We were loath to part ralrod tax for Wl levy fur 18vl mt Had thy ways J church this week Eld J F Winchell awwnt Ux and U Owcnsboro last Saturday Tho people What he needs Is some one to give him To take from ni our baby In the brlghtcat of Is it from a willingness to yield a desire with them and their bright Interesting and wife Jas England W R Polk Jeff children but trust that we may meet fosr of this place regret to see Mrs Busby ahomeand look after his estate Tom has hli days Six pr vest will U dd4 to lb aWv to fall an innate love of strong drink or again at some future Hawkltu John Ambers Dud Beavinaml ahuwnte when tbf property u aai and her daughters go away They have always been an odd character and te We mlt hi toddling footsteps we ie bis an overwhelming weight of an irreeieti Quitlw Gilbert empty ctwlr FOR MYNllU MlA been living here for more than sixteen known by most everybody His immed Â¬ Oar home s now m lwtly sine ble Impulse within them Â¬ Komacb UjgurtUfj tk I fully be U awiMty ibis Itsih a 0 AufMt llarafd la not IHUH JS1I SMI lM there lieve It the impulse We pity pur Dr Prle CrMm Baking PewtUr ye ad bare formed many warm at iate connections are some of the beet Jetlsw kp it l mt fcsaik qwmtasViM J8B4JKKMHTT taelitnefits among otir people people In the oounty IMSaWS SUM UMNI HWi IIBtH frleodtj who lave typhoid feyer or any Mothkk Fathrr ani Bnbscrlptlon Price 8100 a Year In Advaacei If Paid at ths End efthn Tear 8125 Dally arr Hardinshurg Man and His Speech GIVEN AN OVATION 740 atii SIX PAGES Shoot tho baso ball crank Give us a passenger train Miss Otta McGary is quite 111 The hog ordinanco is still in force All the schools opened last Monday Tho coon aro getting ready for Sept 1894 Â¬ As Ever in the Lead Y Â¬ Hundreds of yards New Dress Goods Thousands of yards of Cottons Prints Ginghams Laces Â¬ Just Arrived From the Looms of the largest manufacturers the country Bought Direct from First hands Bought in Large Quantities Bought for Spot Cash We are Â¬ a position offer this new line of Fall Styles at never heard of low prices Â¬ Â¬ VEST 1 Gome and See TJs 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Of 3p Â¬ imi 111 1 ffip iB3 -- WW-fn liTHlllliHil Hm f BfeOKteLNlBSR PREPARATION For Big Time Down at Hawcsville Thp Barbecue n Go And Will bo A Big Success 11 NRWQ OLxOVRfePOKLT FPWPWWPP itl QLENDEANE Fenl Owen went to Louisvillo Mon Â¬ day Miss Amanda Dean is on a pleasure trip W C Moorman 1ms returned from Louisville Mies Bettlc Webb is visiting friends In Leitchfield Mrs It G Robertson Is visiting her sister lu Lclthlluld Little Mnlliii A normau Is quite sick with typhoid fever Mr I 3 HOLT w Three Leading Scientists Proclaim the Superior Value of Dr Prices Baking Powder Scientists are devoting closer attention to food products Recent examinations of baking powders by Prof Long Dr Haines and Prof Prcscott were made to determine which powder was the purest highest in leavening strength moat They efficient in service and most economical in cost in all decide that Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder excels the essentials of an ideal preparation for household use They write Chicago March 28th 1894 We have purchased in the open market cans of Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder and also of the other leading brands of baking powders and have submitted - them to chemical that Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder is a pure cream of tartar powder that is has a considerably greater leavening strength than any of the other baking analysis We find powders we have ever tested Prof John H Long Northwestern University Chicago Dr Walter S Haines Rush Medical College Chicago Prof Albert B Prescott Univ of Michigan Ann Arbor GOOD ROADS iMcfwif HAWESVILLE Clarion Some Figures Showing That They Are a Great Saving to Clins Lisbon and A B Skill man of Clovorport camo down to tho bottom on business Monday Little Edna and Annie Jarboe of Clov- Â¬ the Farmers Road What a Prominent Now Citizen of Jersey Has to Say About Public Highways orport are visiting their grand parents Mr and Mrs Jarboe near Skillman Mrs James E Couty and son Arthur of this place visited tho family of Henry Pate in Breckenridgo county this week Misses Dedo Moorman and Mary Jar Â¬ boe of Cloverport are visiting their lit- Â¬ tle cousins Jennie and Chun Sterett this Mark Freeman and J II Sterett received two fine hay presses this week nnd John Ycager of Cloverport was in tho bottom Tuesday and Wednes day seeing to having them put together A couple of our wheel boys wore fined in Cloverport Thursday for riding on the side walk They should note tho change from a country town to a largo city and while in Home do as Stephensport does Tho Louisville Post has published a score or more of letters from prominent Democrats throughout the state written iu responso to an inquiry as to tho strength of Gen Hardin and Mr Clay for Governor Mr Hardin out classes Clay 4 to 5 to one He certainly is a de- Â¬ cided favorite in Hancock a county from which no opinion was given week Messrs THIKK OF THE DIFFERENCE Â¬ t v Thnt farmors should bo rolioved of a portion of the burden of maintaining the public roads 1b n reasonable demand which is heartily concurred in by the best citizens of both cities and towns The low prices of all farm products lis well as farm lands demands a cheaper transportation to maiket and a saving in both tiiiu and labor in hauling loads both to and from market Hear what Edward Burough Chairman of the Agri- Â¬ culture Board of Now Jersey has to say on tills subject Prior to 1S3 I lived two miles from a Macadamized road leading to Camden Atyjtennnt hauled inanuro rom Philadel phia during the fall and winter going down with two horses and bringing out load with them when lie got within two miles of home ho had to double his team in order to bring the two horse load the balance of thu distance to my farm Ittook him longer to come those two miles than the ten from Philadelphia as he was frequently obliged to throw off a part of the load to get homo with tho four horses It is this waste of tiino which makes it Important to fanners that we should have improved highways 1 know it is necessary to educate tho people up to tho idea of good htono roads and that It requires a great deal of education in Beforo the building of tho some cases pike twonty fivo boskets of potatoes were considered a load from tho farm 1 now After the turnpike occupy to market was built fifty to sixty baskets were considered no more of a lead than the twenty-fa few years previous Aud now ive since tho Bt 0110 road has been built our load Is eiglity flvo to ono hundred bas Â¬ kets during the past wintor our team has hauled over 150 loads of ma- Â¬ nure trotn Philadelphia some of which weighed 0809 7300 and 7020 pounds clear of tho wagon which weighed 21100 pounds a combined weight of about four and a half tons Many of these loads wore drawn from the city to the point of leaving the Btono road ton miles with only two horses and the result has been tho saving of over one hundred dol- Â¬ lars in my manure bill for tho year So irreat has been the change produced by good roads In tho trucking aud farming districts of New Jersey that tho old twenty- five basket wagons have been aban doned aud a new industry of wagonmak iug has g own and one of the new farm wagous which holds from 100 to 125 bus in were shown at tho recent confer- Â¬ ence for good roads at Asbury Park When our farmers learn tho valuo of ma nuring and fertilizing they will come to town with a load of produce and return with a load of manure Think of haul ing manure ten miles as Is done in New Jersey hut tho lands ttiero are sandy and naturally poor aud in order that they may produce at all must be cared for iu tho most skillful maimer When it is considered that awry crop that is grown and taken off tho farm means a riftUUi amount of the fertility and life of the poll It will readily bo seen that to maintain tho fertility iliu soils imitt be fed by returning In some manner all that is removed and with good romla thte can be donu by never going home with an empty wagon but always with a load of manure Klinabethtown News Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Did You Ever Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles If not get a bottle now and get relief This medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapted to the re- Â¬ lief and euro of all Female Complaints exerting a wonderful direct influence in giving strength and tone to the organs If you huvo Loss of Appetito Constlpa- tion Headacho Fainting Spells or are Nervous SleeplessExcitableMelancholy or troubled with Dizzy Spells Electric Bitters is tho medicine you need Health and Strength aro guaranteed by Its use Large bottles only fifty cents at A It Fishers drug store The Ford Family This excellent troupe will give one of their excellent performances at tho fol- Â¬ lowing times and places Concordia Ky Wednesday Septem- - bor5 Ilono Ind Thursday September G Alton Ind Friday September 7 Fredonia Ind Saturday Septembers Leavenworth Ind Monday Septem- bor 10 New Amsterdam Ind Tuesday September 11 Itlchardsons Landing Ky Wednes Â¬ day September 12 Trotters landing Ind Tliureday Sor tember 13 Mauckport Ind Friday September Â¬ 14 Brandenburg Ky Saturday Septem Â¬ ber 15 Itock Haven Ky Monday September 17 West Point Tuesday September 18 this family and hear of Chan taugua University work and how to get Its benefits iu your family and home free of cost They aro the only family engaged in this charitable work May success attend them Go hear webster Ernest Henderson and Win Hull are on tho sick list Mrs Mike Metheny is visiting Mrs D Bandy at Irvington Miss Lula Cleman in visiting Mioses Tltiu and Elizabeth Hall at Clovorport Mrs Annlo Orenduff of Louisville Is visiting Mr T I Henderson and family Mr Dent Head of Bowleyville is in tho neighborhood what is the attract Â¬ ion Miss Elizabeth Hall who has been vWtiiK her niiiitMru Abe Gross at Bew loyville has returned home Misses Lula Column Annie Claycomb Emm Kurtz Gala Orenduff Elizabeth Hall of Cteverpoit BHd Miss Sklllmati of OwenooreSHd Meeam Harry Stewart Kor billUHM fever and malarial dieor Jim Kurtz 0 II Ctayeowb Henry dw vm Ayera Ague Cure Its sueeeee Kurt G ftewerU Diek Ctayeemh juul to garqM4 if taken nmtnilng to Jety Qfimttfitwm a My as4 y Ww w - m anwMrw k ji jns uttHtW tt j4y Ium Lewis of Cannclton was here on business Thursday Mr and Mrs Candor Black wunl to Hanlins Grove Sunday Miss Carrlo Unser returned to her homo lu Owensboro Sunday Lost Saturday Tho Plaindealersays Miss Juda Ball returned homo Sunday the ex Confederates of Hancock nnd accompanied by Mr Chus Tinlus Jr Breckenridgo counties held a meeting at Miss Amanda Tlnius is visiting her thu courtnotiBO in tiila city for tho pur Â¬ pose of arranging for the big lmrlii cue to sinter MrB Geo go Unser at Owensboro Mr CI DutHchke of lidlburg was lm glviii on Saturday September 8 Kvcry arrangement vuih madti and every thu guest of Mlsw Brook TIiiIiih Sunday neci slty provided for ami men who tin Alvl Ityim of ToIiIiihjkiiI was here ilerMlund the duties were placed mi the Friday buying some apples for O C committees Thu barbecue is 11 gi and Whitehead will bo a big success Tho following Theliifant child of Mr and Mrs J C men were present nnd below no givo Tiiiius that mih daugerounly ill lust thu miuivsnnd the committees week is Improving slowly JiirSterett J C Jones Geo Baker Mr and Mrs J It Wcathcrholl and D T Busham T D Ireland B F Do Jaruette J A Blackford John Lawson daughUrMary visited relatives in Pates Allen litis J A Thursby G W Jor-Â¬ villo Thursday and Friday Mrs Jennie Duncan returned to dan Thos Patterson Joo Mclntyrc Frank Itcek II S English T G Fnllin Owensboro Friday to tako charge of her David Harrison A D Beauchamp W school which begun Monday Miss Hosa Miller returned Wednesday Pence J O Madden Wm Pence Ed Gregory Joseph Tungato Jake Coflee from a pleasant visit to friends and relaJooScifers Wiley Colbert J W Ben- Â¬ tives at Kuth accompanied by her cousnett J C Ilobb Joel Hayes Richard in Mr C Tate Mason Mart Dyer It E Duncan While Mrs Jcfso Tlnius was out call- Â¬ On motion Bro T G Fallln was ing one day lost week a tramp entered chosen Chairman and G W Jordan the houso and deliberately helped him Secretary self to sixteen biscuits six slices of cake On motion of Bro EstisChasG Sterett eight ears of corn a dish of cabbage half was elected as an honorary member of a pound of butter a stand of syrup and this association six slices of steak that sho had left on On motion tho following Brethren the table for tho hired hands were appointed a committee to solicit Thieves entered Mr J E Blacks contributions lor tho Barbecue Messrs watermelon patch ono night last week Patterson Jones Baker Ireland DeJar and after deliberately helping themselves nette Thursby and Estis to all they wanted to eat cut open and Committee on invitation Messrs Pat- Â¬ destroyed the remainder of some forty or terson Baker Estes and Lawsou fifty fine ones From his patch they Committee on correspondence G W went to Mr Jako Millers and likewise Jordan C G Sterett Jeff Sterett Joel his met with the same fate Not yet Hayes being satisfied with their nights work Committcu on printing CG Sterett they went to Mr John Pierces but being Joel Hayes unablo to find his melons determined to Joo do something mean They went and Committee on arrangements Mclntyre Tom Patterson Dave Beau picked all tho beans lie had Who is it champ John Blackford B F DoJer in our neighborhood that would be nette J A Thursby G Sv Lawson guilty of such a dirty tiling as this Special committee on stands and music when cither of tho abovo gentlemen O G Frank Lander Geo Lawson would freely havo given them what Sterett melons they wanted to eat besides how G W Committee on transportation much better it would havo looked and Jordan W M Morris D It Murray W boon to havo acted llko gentlemen and S Williams John Lawson civilized people Win Tab Â¬ Committee on Iteception A crowd of young folks collected to or B II Poindexter John Adair Eu gether Saturday evening and went to tho genu Vance beautiful home of Mr Fred aud Miss The Local Newspaper Mary Dutschke for a turpriso party and There is hardly any way in which a for all it was tilto a surprise to them person can do so muclt for his own local- Â¬ They were not long however in having ity with so little cost and at tho same everything in readiness to receive the time with so much benefit to himself and crowd After engaging in the various his family as by giving a hearty support games and plays in which all scorned to to his local paper Depend upon it that onjoy themselves they returned to their the home paper is doing all it can to ad- Â¬ respective homes wishing and looking vance the best interests of your locality forward to the time when they shall whether It always agrees with your ideas again havo tho opportunity of spending Where your treasure is there as pleasant an evening Those present or not is your heart also applies very aptly to wero Misses Jessie and Bertha HawkhiB the local paper which seldom has treas- Â¬ and Mr Emmett Hawkins Persimmon ure outside its own county and which Flat Miss Ida Dutschke Messrs Charles always has a good big heart for every and Carlton DutBchko Lodiburg Miss Messrs Henry A enterprise calculated to advance the pros- Â¬ Annie Dutschke Dutschko and Leo Itoso Mooloyvllle perity of Its patrons When a man tells you that tho big Mr Dan Dick Addison Miss Juda Ball city weekly is worth more than your Hardinsburg Misses Rosa Miller Emma home paper ask him how much tho big Beidel Amanda and Brook Tlnius city weekly has ever donu for your local- Â¬ Messrs Chas Will and Herbert Tinlus ity if it has over spoken a good word Will Stewart J E Weathorholt Allen for it if it has ever mentioned what he Black and Charles Heidel Jr Holt and you wero doing to improve the conAXTEL dition of yourself and your community if it has over noticed him or his friends Mies Mittie Hintoii is very sick when sick or dying in short if all his Tho public school opened here on the dealings with the metropolitan weekly have not beon entirely one sided in 3rd Miss Sallic Bennett is very ill with which his dollar only was recognized by tho other party while he and all his In- Â¬ chills dividual Interests were completely IgWe had a fine rain aud the crops look nored Pomona Cal Progress very much better Tho young pcoplo had n very delight Â¬ It Was Time to Pray you ful dance Tuesday night at Mr Vester A drummer and a drummer know never lies told mo yesterday of Smiths how a preacher tested the effect of tho Chester Bennett paid his aunt Mrs hard times upon his congregation At James Rhodes McDaniels a visit last tho conclusion of ono of his sermons ho Saturday said Lot evorybody in the houso who Floyd Hinton uccompanied by his two Instant- Â¬ sisters Misses Mittie and Clara is paying thelrdebtastandup attend Â¬ ly evory roan woman and child with ed tho big meeting at Cave Spring last but ono exception arose to their feet Friday night He seated the crowd and then said V B Burton called at S T Bonnetts Let every man who is not paying his last Wednesday He was on his way to The exception noted debts stand up Bewloyvlllo Mr Burton is a most re- Â¬ a caro worn hungry looking spectful man Wo had rather hear him slowly lecture than all of the candidates in assumed a perpendicular position and Breckenridge county upon tho back of the bench in leaned How Is it my friend front of him THEHONAECHS OF THE ARENIC that you aro tho asked tho minister WORLD only man in this largo congregation that I Twenty Third Annual Tour of Sells fs unable to moot his obligations ho meekly replied run a newspaper Brothers Enormous United Shows and my brethren hero who havo Just Let us up are all subscribers and On Monday Sept 10 tho famous Sells pray oxclalmed the minister Danville Brothers will visit Owensboro with their Advocate entire colossal uulty of Circuses Monster Fifty Cage Menagorerlo Royal Roman Montgomery and Lawls Hon A B Montgomery and Hon Hippodrome Huge Elovated Stages Af- Â¬ John W Lewis met in joint debato at rican Aijuarlum Australian Aviary Mr Mont- Â¬ Arabian Caravan Spectacular Pageants Hodgenvlllo lust Monday gomery handled the Democratic flag with Trans Pacifio Wild Beast Exhibit and Admis Â¬ telling effect ani at the conclusion of his splendid Free Street Parade speech it was moving in eloquence all sion reduced from 60 to J5 cents for every over the audience John Lewis Is al Â¬ body Had not Adam Forepaugh and ready beginning to wonder Where am P T Bnrnum made their ilnul exits from mortalitys great arena presumably to Hardin Independent I at manago a galaxy of stars elsewhere they would be forced to accede that Sella Brothers now huvo essentially tho Greatest Show on Earth and tho only Scrofula legitimate ono of its kind left A mon agerio which includes many rare wild Sores Boils or beaeU the only pair of full grown giant any other skin disease Hippopotami worth 100000 la some Â¬ take thing to boost of Other notable features are a most singular Hairless Horse a whole Hock of stately Ostriches and the troup j of educated Seal and Sea Lion and fully lOOOother novelties The pro- gramme nl Hippodrome races andjfener al performances are upon a truly lmper- the Superior s lal seale and introduces the greatest Blood Purifier drivers riders and athletes of both sexes and Spring Medicine including an astonishing troupe of Ber Cures othirs The newly ber and Bedouin Gymnast devleed epeetaele of the PilgrliMge to Meeea will iatreJwee in the awaa bum atsnanMe HeyelMs rleh steikiiHf 111 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LwJ Iaue of UusMcllville visited Miss title Moorman lost week Rev I B Tlmbeilako delivered a very interesting sermom at Goshen Sunday morning Mr W DOwen has been quito sick for the post two weeks but is now im Â¬ proving rapidly Miss Ti Moorman of Cloverport is visiting tho family of her brother Mr James Moorman School opened at this place to day with an average number of pupils Joel Pilo principal with Misa Lutio Moorman as- Â¬ sistant Master Tom Lewis after spending tho summer with his aunt Mrs Lou J Owen has returned to his homo iu Owensboro Miss Hannah Deano who has been spending her vacation with her grand Â¬ parents returned to her homo in Owens Â¬ boro Saturday W J Deano has returned from Mac Â¬ kinac Ho gained flesh so rapidly that ho had to order a new suit beforo ho could get home XlKX Z C TAYLOn A WALL OF PROTECTION Against Disoaso off Brazil K in Far f tlie South era llatlat Convention to llraill vrltet of Oermetiieri I consider It wall of rotcc tlou agaluat dlacaae ami a tore guarantee of Since I Hrot took Jit Iiealth and happiness loonier three ye ira aio my health liaa ben almoat ierfecu 1 work Incesiimtly anil can exponeinyHvlf a much a a native Iter Mr Taylora loeatlon la at llahla al mot uniler the piiiatruii tho Atlantic coant It la the homo of MaUrlaaiulall thoe malig nant forms of cllitcao that are born of It Here as In all other lilaret of like character Germetuer baa signally triumphed n tnu great Conqueror of tnilarla In all Its forms Will break any fever In and In all place les time tlim Uulnlne or Aiitipvrnm anil leaw none of their unpleasant elierta such as nervotisnciisnaiiea and priMtiatlnn And then It Is so good to take that even llttlo children soon learn to cry for It 1100 0 for 300 Sold by Druggists Kings Royal Qermctuer Co Atlanta la ZCTajlor MlMlmury WjfWo JAJ3 our thinking the best way to things ilonc a get right is to find good doer and stick to him A dealer LOUISVILLE MARKET Irving W Lariinore physical director Correctly weekly by Iumphrey V Ianfcr Pro of Y M C A Des Moines Iowa says duce Commission Merchants Second Stbet he can conscientiously recommend Cham Â¬ Main and Market Louisville sto Ky berlains Pain Balm to athlctesgymnasts 1694 LOHISVILLK KY Sept bicyclists foot ball players and the pro Â¬ Shipper should mark all packuRei plainly fession iu general for bruises sprains with ihlpport name and post olllco addroas and dislocations also for soreness nnd 11UTTEU stillness of tho muscles When applied Choice country 14 Ci 17 12 II beforo the parts become swollen it will Medium Creamery 20 a 21 effect a cure in ono half the time usually EGOS required For sale by A R Fisher Fresh 13 BEANS Cloverport Kyand Kincheloe A Board Michigan 1 75 to 1 85 hand picked Hardinsburg Ky 1 10 to 1 85 Indiana Navy Old or Common and colored Mixed Old No 1 duck 1 MOH 00 to 1 20 gets to know your wants often than yourself a LONG BRANCH Miss Ella llendrick is visiting Miss Etta English of Stephensport Miss Nellie Sheets ono of West Points belles is visiting Nellio McGehee Dr Shacklett and sister wero guests of Mr and Mrs W L Dooley last week Mrs C W Parsons and daughter were guests of Mrs W L Dooley last week FEATIIKKS Prime white goose 31 u 25 20a25 better and 15 a 20 HIDES Or eon food Dry Rait good Dry flint good Sheep skloi llootteri per lb Hens per lb Spring Chickens 3 4 wise shiftman the year except same 3 fm 5 3 7 10 fa 30 0 keeps shirts IOULTKY 12K 1 after for year the few styles butterfly come day true to in that a and go for That some is extent Gents Furnishings Stationery other we sell eminently shirts things the that but it is true of because if they arc not right they are so very Mr F Ditto and grandson David are visiting Mr and Mrs J D Babbage nt Cloverport Rev Will English and sister havo re- Â¬ turned homo after a pleasant visit among relatives at this plare School opened here Monday with M V OBryan as teacher They say wo havo a very able teacher Mr and Mrs Ned Reese of Ohiohave returned homo after a pleasant visit among friends and relatives whirf OATS Mr Hudson the road master was hero last week putting in a new stock pen No 2 oats II AY which was very much needed Oh for Strictly choice Choice No 2 a now depot next Oood Medium The Misses Lewis Richardson Murray Good Bright Straw and McGulre spent tho day with Miss CORN Nellio McGoheo Dr Shacklett ami holce white Choloe shelled Lawrence Lewis shared iu tho fun CATTLE Good to extra thlpplpg Mr Andrew Carrico spent Saturday Light shlppfag night nnd Sunday at Long Branch Ho Best Butchers leaves to day for Louisvillo where ho Medium to good butchers will enter tho school of pharmacy HOGS Ho will of courso uiako a success there as in Choice packing and butchers Fair to good everything which ho attempts Houghs Shoati and pigs 100 lbs 1 50 2 50 per doz DRIED AWLEd AND lEACHEs Apples cholco bright quarters i to Apples average i to 5 Apples old Peaches new 4 to 5 leaches old WOOL 21 a 23 Tub washed 16 i 17 Urease fine 14 a IA Grease coarse 111 a 12 Merino Curry and Cots 10 13 MISCELLANEOUS Tallow fji X Vu 25 Deeswax Sorghum Molasses 35 30 id HAY GRAIN FEED Wo quote prices to daj on Louisville city 32 10 11 10 4 50 38 13 00 00 a 12 00 00 M 11 00 75 5 50 a 46 4 00 3 50 3 40 3 00 5 25 5 20 -- 6 50 under4 75 4 3 3 3 12tf 25 75 05 25 S40 5 25 8 75 5 00 3 25 2 50 and wrong Jno D BabbageJ The Shirt Man E C Babbane Manager Durt A Household Treasure 2 75 Good to extra shipping 1 50 Fair to good D W Fuller of Canajolmrie N Y LAMBS says that ho always keeps Dr Kings Good to extra spring 4 50 2 60 New Discovery in tho houso and his Fair to good family has always found tho very best results folio Its use that he would not Louisville SI Louis Texas G bo without it if procurable A Dykeman Druggist Catskill N Y says 3STO that Dr Kings New Discovery is un- Â¬ doubtedly tho best Cough Remody that ho has used it in his family for eight years and It has never failed to do all Tuiiiii irrcct that Is claimed for it Why not try a At 600 oclclc A U Sunday Dec 17 remedy so long tried aud tested Trial bottlo free at A It Fishers drug Well Bound Traini Eaitllctmd I stare Regular size 50c and 100 HA St r 4 75 4 00 RJ Co TIME SCHEDULE 1893 lYntni M Dally 8 30pm 22 Kxprs Kxprs Mall STATIONS Kxprs Uxpr Dally 12 43pm 12 SO 11 Mail TAR FORK Tobacco corn and pastures havo been greatly benefitted by the lato rains iu this locality On tho 23rd ult Mr Sam Rlee and Miss Alice McGrew were married at Friend Â¬ ship church by Rev I D Duncan Mr O W Stone has purchased a resi Â¬ dence und store house at Jolly aud will probably move to that pluce about the first of November Squlro II R Dean departed this life on tho 27th at his homo near this place and was interred in ilie family burial Mr Dean pluco on tho old homestead was a man of whom it may be said Those who knew him best esteemed him highest It seems to mo that many people tako a wrong view of tho present financial I understand from good situatlou authority that there is plenty of money In tho banks and that money is seeking for profitable investments and every dol- Â¬ lar of our currency is equal in purchasing power iu the United States We havo good money and a great deal more of it than is being used simply because it cannot find safe aud profitable invest Â¬ ments The great trouble seems to be with the markets Manufacturing haa stopped or reduced wagee because of low prices and it ia the same way with almost all of our induetriea Such meas Â¬ ures should be taken m would give ua a home market for our products n till KauoAJ ltrilw fWm baIiaaJ VIFUVI tWHV WWWn Dally 6 45 7 2 7 31 7 47 Dally 7 454IH 8UU 630m 765 HIM 8 40 8 43 90U 9U7 IvUnn pLar ivuniucay ai Wist 1olnt Howard Haven Loiigllranch Brandenburg Hoc Guaton K rou W 1147 1132 1124 11 813 735 730 714 7U7 0 48 8 40 63U 813 H21 SIX 917 U2U 9 31 9 45 IU 1117 068 8 34 8 45 KM UU1 VUU 9 54 10 14 11 10 10 was U14 9 17 0 31 9 43 28 1033 1030 10 60 1063 11 US 11 IU a H Irvington Webster Lodiburi lUrce Sample Stephensport Holt Cloverport Iman Hawcsville lctrie falcon Caycc Lewisport 1owers SI luw 1060 1041 1033 1025 10 20 1011 10 Ud 11 IU 614 6 mi 5 67 Addison Shops 662 645 6 40 63d 6 21 4 4 4 9 48 9 43 9 S3 6 24 10U1 10 07 10 9M 1018 1035 1048 1069 11 OJ U 1121 1130 1134 12 12 lllll 11 6tm Vima SI 1238 12 42 1260 1267 922 914 908 904 8 5W 69 51 45 4 42 58 IU Upm Owensboro Griffith Stanley latcs 8 25 1114 1119 Msttlnely 815 802 764 7 7 If You Have It 25 It 12 1133 1145 Worthlnvton Heads Spottsvllle nB It 61 43 735 SJpm lOam I 19 719 ISOpmliarHendeisn Iv 7 06am 436 420 408 4UI 347 3 41 337 330 323 316 310 26ein R LousYlleHadInsburgWestern No I 3 TIME TABLE JUWJY V AVERS SARSAPAHILLA r TAKING EFFECT WcslHoundTralns ex Sun I ex Sun Dally Dally 89 I 1891 KliijtadTralsli JAFlilsv 4 Noa N01 1G04UI STATteMMMMta4fcB vJTKr r f lv IrvlagtuTf San feailv v u 111 will cure you toiJgjisA- - it i OUadeaae IS i I tjsjsji - tJSB Ma WBwsasjsjasn K ps ta ad umijliujMHaL fWlfT IJfWrS veiiin - VAF 1 Sto JrfLfcii 4 uHktV iiieAr umk itfjifrii ii wJHmlsiliTfTT - llilfiii Wm iSJHb Jkftftt tttfUfHlf MmnlMiWIWmltllm wiWf VslW a W wtr MlilnnjrjlAX v v mmrzzm WJ V WJ 4 CB Llro Y- - vokwiiiiiiiiniiuTiTitirrwwy aj nsx 4x iiiint iruiii iif mm riuiiiimHiii rwrinnmmriMiH iHMStaMjotMUfrriaJ I MoNPA 31017 24 3 2027 WhMlMlV TkW6 FKDAr a 2FiRlT 6uAr ftlBST QUBR frTvll8ll5l222g6b BK AM pm- zii2i28 Wffl mMfPI IMwJlJ yp 1 I I 22iT7ti 3JAAM NEw3rebw2D oh fiffifcf fraFftTn WMxmiE LrfW Tll 1 I enough to know shy enncry lyhcu ho sees it I think I may remark that of Belfry fair and candid I would mention thnt this womnn woro a veil that con cealed her features iluv sho got out of a bus nt tho door and went straight up Nobody got a good look to her room at her though iltarx persons to my knowledge tried All I can tell you about that personage Mr Maxey is that sho woio the clothes of a female and was uf a melancholy disposition How do you know that Because tliu partitions ure not over thick and tliu lodger in tho next room heard her ciying Is that nil ho heard You uio surprised Mr Maxoy at that lodgers stupidity So was I Tho man was on ass Why ho didnt even tako tho troublo to put his car to tho wall Whutf I talked with himnhont it nftcrward and expressed my feelings plainly in n pitying smile ho could not You dont know what 5co it even then Dont want Bays I vonvo missed to nays he If I got out of bed to listen ovcry timo I heard a woman squall t shouldnt sleep nt nil Women uro al ways crying Wull and what bscamo of this man Â¬ Â¬ w m wiiitihewfc4Mwinii iiWTXiirV- - iiiiwiw i mil srinwiy iiAiy t The The Past Quarantees Th Future fact IROCCO IJ c arKrwvwwMiaiviisii r l Uhody Tlprnstarry is hiiililliip a new bum Ueotge Hun ley is on the tick list this week Horn lo Hie wife of 1 N Woolfolk on the L0 tilt a boy Mrs Day of Mount Orel Ohio is vis- Dairies Comity Fair Co Incorporated Hoods Cures Be that I loods Sarsapa rilla lias cured tliousands of others is certainly sufficient reason for belief that it will cure you It makes pure rich healthy blood tones and strengthens the nerves and builds Up the whole system Remember Sarsa parilla Annual Meeting nt thu rounds nt Â¬ iting her sou II C I My Hick in fw in the Cold spring mid Baltic toun neighborhood Is uimlmttil at this u riling October 2 3 r 4 5 6 94 1 MIsbSiihIo Kldcr of Woll Creek visited her grand parents Mr and Mis Win iSewley List vet k Mhs Dollle Uerrjinan whoso illness has been mentioned several times Is no Â¬ OFFICERS II W Miller I 1 1 TOn IVV IIAKI8VVKKNKV WAT KINS Trwis PT W I Dit C II i I UNO CAUTKUrVc Sure to get HOODS and Only HOODS Dyo 4 v f5e55JS IvMfMMS cf t BrufTflC HMcr fRliJ Of rut Ijuiij igil i Vin OPrniKTCP ISM STWrtBKA ASOOAriOM Still I lilnlc Jim iiro right Ellen Onr private ulViiirs huvobeeiisutllcieiitly discussed in tliu public prints already It is about Unto tlmt wo again relapsed into obscurity The polico includes tlio press That is my llrst objection and that decides ma I will go on alone at least till I encounter something that looks too big for mo to cope with Yes Ill do that and Ill lxgin at once So Julian Maxey tho artist putting on his outer garments set forth from hid lodgings ill tho gathering dusk of a De- Â¬ cember ovening to begin Oiu imravcling of a very tangled skein self as ho went along It is hardly probable that thero is moro than ono family of that numo iu tho city To lussuro hiniKclf of this fact as well as to savo himself tho trouble of undertaking n lengthy task in Flood htreet Maxoy went into a storo and consulted a directory Ho was very much disappointed though not a great deal surprised when tin attentivo perusal of tho names begiuning with Dy showed him that no such person as Dyo was recorded iu this registry Tho possibility of Lamars having mndo u mistake occurred to him and led him to deviso somo curious combinations of letters which ho thought might bo susceptiblo of a similar pronunciation Dut his success was no bet ter than before Dlgh Dygh Dey ami Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ S ZiJi ty t 7 u I ri iimi 41 Dyo Dye Iumverypositivolnover heard that nanio liefore ho baid to him if nil fwti iutti- Â¬ similar barbarous expedients met with tho samo disheartening fata Clearly thero was nothing to do but to plungo into Flood street and question tho inhabitants Fortunately this was not an oxtensivo nvcuuo but it made up iu tho density of its population what it lacked in length Thero was mora humanity hero to tho Bimaro foot than iu 10 streets out of any average dozen iu tho city It was a cross ntroet stretching between two brilliantly lighted thoroughfares easy of access and not n dangerous neighborhood but per Â¬ vaded with n general air of dilapidation and thronged with n mast heterogenous collection of people thought Cheap lodging houses Maxoy as his glanco wandered along tho fronts of tho ding brick structures Truly I have undertaken n Berious task I may as well begin at tho ilret house and go through in order I shall novcr mid out anything by random queries Maxoy did not at all overestimate tho magnitude of his undertaking If ho hod been on an ordinary errand or in nil ordinary mood ho would have retired in disgust cro ho was half through He rang at least two thirds of tho bells iu tho street and followed each ring with a moro or less tedious inquiry into tho personnel of tho iumatulyf that houso beforo ho met with nn encouraging ro spouse At tho door of No 10 ho put tho usual question to mi overgrown nrchin who answered his summons tuid received tho customary reply No such person hero sir Sure I am sure said tho boy but I will ask pa if you say so Pa was a small wiry man with a sly face who canto up from tho basement wiping his month on bin sleovo when tho overgrown urchin called to him Ho lookod at Maxoy with no small degree of curiosity whllo tho artist repeated his iuquiry I nm looking for a man named Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dyo Well sir yon wont find hlin hero What did you want with him In view of tho fact that ho docs not I live hero returned Maxoy sharply dont eco what diffcrenco it makes to Nobody of that name Uvea here brae eaosgh bat thero tiro two rooms let est In that uaico on my upper floor That is why I asked Oil that Uwhy you asked Very well sir Let me see tho landlord n euee and pray toll him tliat my busi new is prwwlug The sly man surveyed Maxey with in rMBg esriosity uud answered 1h a eoHftdeattal tone Well ir yoa see tle landlord What ma I do yoa JuMt jrou ikereaplaeewlwrer eiHiHek fr - S srcJ lrnu to you privately winout lear of being overheard exclaimed tho To bo suro thero is Como sly man witli great alacrity right in In a minute or two Maxey was closet ed in uu unpretentious pailor with tho landlord Tliu artist Ixgaii by taking a card from his pocket and pairing it across tho ceuter tuble Tho sly man seized upon it with avidity uud devoured it Happy to Oh yes Maxey artist meet you Mr Maxey My uamo is Bol fry said Maxey after a Mr Belfry momentary deliberation during which ho had keenly ocrutinized tho landlords I como hero on important buei face ness and business which is quite as pri vate ami confidential between you and mo us it is important I desiro information and for it I shall pay liberally Evidently tho artist had mndo a fo licitous ljoginuing Thero was no mistaking tho radiance that lighted up tho sly man s faco at tho mention of tho last essential detail Oh dont mention it sir If I can bo of any scrvieo to you Del fry is your man Thank you Now I will bo oxplicit I want to know nil about this lodger of yours who calls himself Dyo every pos siblo detail connected with him but I do not want him to know tlmt I have mndo any inquiries concerning him I desiro to keep my interest ill this matter entirely to myself Tho sly mans faco visibly elongated at this announcement went on tho In tho flist place who is Mr Dyo artist May I bo blessed if I wouldnt give a trifle to know that myself Dut judg- Â¬ ing from what I have seen of him and of tho pcoplo who inquire after him he is a pretty curious and mysterious sort of Individual What do you moan by tho poopio who inquiro nftcr hJntf Tho habitual sly look becamo n shado slyer Well you for instance Thero has been nobody clso to speak of with ono exception which doesnt matter ami novor mind for us that was confidential between mo and her I urn mum Dut speaking to yon now sir I may say that a man giving his name as Leandor Dyo canto to this houso ono morning something over threw weeks ago and wanted to hire rooms Dut being that thero was that about the looks of this man that mado mo think of back rents that never could bo collected uud bciug that Iielfry is u poor man and must live I said nt once o this shabby gen tleman that J was not looking for transients and if ho wanted to como here J should require three months rent iu ndr Ho gave mo such a start tlici vanco that I havent gut over It yet for ho draws out n roll of bills us big as uy fist and counts out tho money nt ouoo Thats the first I know of that Individ uaL no took tho rooms nt sight and 1 dusted out and ho moved up n couple of trunks and I didnt sco uo moro of him for two days Was ho alono Protry much only he had a woman with him Was she young or old Couldnt say She wore ft veil na called her his daughter Perhaps she was Belfry la still uadeeided about that He hai kept a lodgisg howe long Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f tho enly cigitaturo What Uo you thiiilc of that Maxey wni silent went on tho sly land- Â¬ As for me out of towu them wero his very words my daughter has taken her opportu- lord all these circumstances look nity to go and visit friends of hers iu queer tho city Unfortunately bIio went away What did Mr Dyo leavo in his in a hurry and I forgot two things to room Ho left two trunks locked and noth Â¬ lcavo tho key to tho rooms with her or to givo her any money And thereupon ing in them but old clothes ono of thorn ho handed mo the key mid fetched out womens and tho other mens Thero of his iKxket this wry identical bill warnt much finery His rent aint up which I shows you now Mr Maxey for over two months yon understand and went his ways I understand What sort of u looking Mr Bolfry passed over for tho nrtists man is Mr Dye scrutiny a cleau now 20 bill Belfrys notion of it is that hos This I was to givo to tho woman some very badly run down parson Bolshould sho como back in his absence fry may bo wrong but thats tho wny but ns you liavo gathered I guess I have ho sizes up L Dye Ho might have been never bet yes on either of them from enjoying himself too much and tho con that day to this which if I do say it gregation got down on him Its my ex Â¬ in tho estimation of Bolfry has all tho perience Mr Maxey ufter years in tho car markings of shy cancry on tho fuco lodging houso line that most of tho re of it verses of this world can bo traced moro Mr Belfry you referred to another pr Jess direct to shy cancry If a mans inquirer nftcr Mr Dye Did I under down nud you go hunting around in his btand you it was ft woman records for tho reason of it 40 to 1 Very like Mr Maxey Do you know youll run against u piece of shy somewhere and bigger rather than littler her Well returned Maxey in u non generally too Thats Bolfrys ulti committal way what if I do mntum Tho landlords left eyo closed and Tho sly landlord might havo moralized opened in u suggestive manner for half nn hour if tlio impatient Maxoy Namo begins with F eh Prntty had not interrupted him well up Something of n stunner for I understand all nbout that But looks what I urn after now is Mr Dye Can Maxey s blank faco almost caused tho yon tell mo tho exact date of his coming sly landlord to smile but ho bit his lip and his disappearance Mr Bolfry leferndUm greasy pocket and went on Oh well if you dont como from diary her I shouldnt feel at liberty to speak Ho camo on Dec 7 Mr Maxey and about a confidential matter of coursa ho went on Dec 9 That wouldnt bo proper not unless I Maxeys hair roso nt once but ho confelt and believed that I was working in trolled him elf and went on Very well Mr Bolfry I now havo a good cause A mans conscience might sometimes lead him to do something a proposition to mako to you ono thnt which generally speaking ho mightnt may provo exceedingly profitable to bo anxious tq do yourself If you will by hook or crook Maxey deliberately topk n 10 bill gcntlp moans JfJ possiblo forcible from his pocket uud placed Jt o tho ta menus if necessary bring that Mr Dyo jo my rooms tho day ha sets foot within ble You uro working iu tho best of this houso iigaiii or failing to do that ho said causes Let us know nil about keep him n prisoner until I can Ito scut tho lady I know I nm trespassing on for if you can do this I will toward your valuable time Mr Belfry mid I you most Jlbernlly Meantimo I shall simply want to bhow you that I do not probably see you again very soon Musey having transacted his business mean to overlook tho fuct that timo is nroso to go Tho landlords oyo rested money Oh dont mention it Mr Maxey I abstractedly on tho 10 bill lying on tho shouldnt think of charging you any- tablo but again ho did not soem to soo thing for my little trouble only I would it like to feel sure that you are on tho right Belfry is nlwnys glnd to accommo- Â¬ si do and that nil is confidential between date ii gentleman ho said I want us no pay for what I do Ill seo that tho Ro assured of all this Mr Bolrascal is kept for you or brought tq ju fry for tho sake of helping i gentleman in Tho sly landlords glance rested ab trouble Jt will lu a right sir Trust stractedly on tliobnul note on tho table Uelfrji If ho ever pets his foot in this Ho seemed to Jiavo entirely forgotten its houso ngnJiii you will know it ifyouaro prosence nt home within UO minutes Tho word of a goiitlcmnn ought to cautioued Maxey And bo sure bo enough for me Mr Maxey and I that ho socs mo before ho reads that will conceal nothing Within tho last letter threo weeks n certain mysterious female Tho sly landlord chuckled and deliv- Â¬ has rung nt my bell nt least four times ered himself of a comprehensive wink Sho always conies in tho night pretty Im not an idjet ho murmured late alono and with a dowdy shawl on whatever I am and Im somowhat and a good thick veil over her face But used to shy Mr Maxoy shy for short dont think Im an idjet Mr Maxey you understand After bciug iu tho lodging houso busi suggested Mapy By tho way ness for 0 years I am used to shy canery turning almost oil tho doorstep m It a Jittlo Blips nobervnntgirl for people thought occurred tq him of eoursoyou liko her cant pick up tho ways of serv fon tknow who Uvea nt 10 idviiigntou ant girls so very easy nud tlipy only Htreetl niinco tho matter when they try to pull Oh dont I though I may mention tho wool over tho eyes of so old n bird that Belfry looked thut up at once as Bolfry Shos n widow and shos very rich and Tho sly landlord chuckled nud convery stingy Her namo is Forsytho tinued Thoro was a ringing in tho artists First two times sho acted nervous cars us ho went out into tho lighted uild pply camu to tho door and seemed street again All tho way back to Pnl to Jsi covering up her rail voice Tho Invoino phico four littlo words of tho sly noxt two tlmos she was pprvouscr but jjuidlord werp sounding ill his mitldl sho duiim in The last timo sho got a Her namo a Forsythp littlo seared ut her mm boldness and loft Was ii posslblo that this was tho lady a letter to bo delivered to this niaii Dyo whom lnuiar w to marry immediately on his return to savo her 1WHW HW self tho troublo of nulling again sho CHAPTER VIII said A NKW WASH OV IJKK A scalod lottor They mndo nnnrmohnlrof themselves Oh ho of course of course Mr by interlocking their hands and arms Maxoy Dont think sho would tell Bel Maxoy uud Dr Lumar to carry hor up fry any of her business Oh nof Sho tho long flights of stairs to her now was mighty particular about that but home tills palo shy girl whom tho caro she brought mo this cuvclopo all sealed fully driven carriage hail just brought and directed in as pretty a littlo hand to tho door of tho houso at tho end of tho as n I co ns you plcasa quiet street liegan Mnxey hesitat Â¬ I suppose How different from tho ominous roll ingly I suppose it would boscurcely of tho departing umbulaiico was tho com justifiable for ns to open that letter ing of this jaunty carriage I When Miss Maxey had listened to tho first rpm tfl TJio landlord responded promptly Oil no certainly not And besides parlor window high aboyo lip street It it wouldnt do you any good I jier sympathotlo heait folt lift if H chili thinkin fact I khidcr guess whats brpath from thu icy river had tQUellPd itt iu that letter ho top pf thu stnirH Jfow sho waited Unci How I dont understand With ft toso in Jier hair you Modem Ncionco had alono mdo thin ar Tho sly landlord winked no profnsoly rival posslblo For tlio second time withthat he actually succeeded iu stimulat in tho short period of a few weeks brain ing Maxeys limited knowledge of hu lurgery had won another brillhuit man depravity into a comprehension of But there was tlmt about this sec tho situation ond uud more icccut miracle which not Oh I see Yon mean you havo al- Â¬ oven Lamar himself could explain That ready opened thu letter tho result had exceeded his most daring Tho lutter is just as good as over it hopes ho had acknowledged at least to returned Mr Bolfry ovasivoly Maxoy To rcsouo from tho gravo a trem- Â¬ was It is scaled up as good us before but n bling paralytic victim who realizes ful man keeping n humblu lodging house Woll his doom and himself gives tlta cant atTord to pouiitcmiuco any under Word which authorizes tho daugorqus handedness ypi know I liko to know operation as tls last foarfu chaucp a groat iudced but q pour n flood pf tho uatura of iny nal Pii carrying Bolfry is cautious pr hpp pothlng fullest freest ljght iutq tho larkjj Maxey smothered Ills jwritt contempt Woroa ban loatlj that pnshrouds an n iolject JasqrnpthlngBqfa ferpnter tht N and smiled ho questioned Woll and what rises at pppa ntf of the region pf human did tho letter say ftchlOYPmcnt iutq that HufmHcHued realm Tho letter said replied Mr Belfry of natnrfla mysteriw wllWU tlia wUwt marking off the words on the tips of the are as children No Lamar was too fingers of a not PtijKTlatively clean hand tcloutlfla a man to believe this triumph tho lottcr taidt Iweamler Dye Come all his own too hottest to 4fiw it aa ltU to mo iu the evening at 10 Livingston own but nevertheless the world would street Come for your own interests and eoaut it his Ueaoeforth he would be fail to oouie at your peril I havo iomt great among hie fellows TO K COtrriNVKO money for tos The sister Thww Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ viq-tor- jÂ¬ As I was telling you Mr Maxey ho was im isiblo for two days and then ono night I mot him coming down stairs with tho key of his door in his hand Mr Belfry ho says business calls mo uro oijicclally jireparcU to be liken with Jlood HHrviiurllli 23c per box Hoods Pills better at tills writing Misses Ktla Dugan Ftta Neafus Nan Â¬ nie Mflguess anil Mis Althea Moigun spent tlio day with MIsh h Uettlu mill Mary llniiibhtoii lite L7 n It Henry lllckereon has got puppy dogs for salo They are regular bird setters Como early and tako first choice The older they get the higher the price Miss Nannie Mngness who hns been visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity for the last threo weeks will lenvo this week for her homo in New Albany Ind The following couples from this neighborhood spent Sunday ihe l tilt at Sul- Â¬ phur well Will Atwill and Miss Nan Â¬ nie Magnets B F Bewloy and Miss Ftta Dugnn nnd Miss Susio Klder Health gem rally good In this vicinity but news seaice Our people are recov Â¬ ering from the lethargy inllnenced by the long drouth pulling themselves to getherrousing the inner man and look- Â¬ ing forward for better times when echo answers When Tho lady who wanted my burn sides to conveit into hangs can luivo them by sending mo a lock of her hair iu re- Â¬ turn lo inski nm u witteh guard My btirn sldes have been well trained and will not need a crimping iron about them Theyve got just tho right kink to attract attention Seo llohert llardesty began school here here the 27th ult Will Hamilton hav- Â¬ ing been solicited to teach the school nt Big Demi persuaded our sympathizing trustees to let him off llardesty taking his place I sco where you are right Will ono hundred dollars increase of salary is not to bo grinned nt these hnrd times Since Boyd llaynes recently from Miildruugh made his debut in this neck of the woods ho has become so infatuat- Â¬ ed with the fuir damsels that when he pays his devoirs on Sunday evenings lie leaves his umbrella so ns to havo an ex cute to go back Monday morning Uu manages to ride a horse that will carry double see Ha ha ha It seems that Uus llaynes ami Will Atwill ni e about to lose their hearts or minds one Gus leaves his hat in tho church and starts homo with his fun on his head Will takes his best girl buggy riding and sits ou the left side of tlt i vehiclo bb that his most acute ear can catch every pulsation from her generous Will thinks it bente for him and heart for him alono Tho protracted meeting is progieesing at laynesvllle The crowd is increasing nightly good order prevails Biother Argabrigbt has mauy friends iu that vicinity and even those who are inclined if there ho any to skepticism are dispa ed to treat him with the respect duo one who labors earnestlypotently to put us in possession of thu faith that we should as x alously strive to posstss Tho parched earth has at last drank deep from refreshing showers the spirit of man has been revived tlio rusty plow shares aro brightening up the birds seem to have been raised from deatli unto life The small boys with their french harps uud juws harps occasional strains from violin and guitar mingled with the sweet notes from the silvan songsters makes ono feol like the spring time instead of autumn was here Married at the residence of the brides stepfather 8 W Borryman by Elder I O Argabriglit tho 27th ult Mr Dan Horn to Miss Alice Miller For a long timo Dan paid sennightly visits to tho shrine wheie ho was want to sing nt love but his tonguo refused to wag and iu silent admiration he drank in the sweet iulloctiqn of love as a thirsty man swallows a hot whisky punch Harass- Â¬ ed as he was witlran unspeakable tongue he fouud that ho lost ground every time he said good bye bo ho concluded to try the efficacy of daily communion There- Â¬ fore he made arrangements to crop with his prospective father-in-laand thither he moved his freight and took up his abode under the samo vine and fig tree with her and tho old folks at home early last spring Ho grew in grace and he hadnt been there but a short timo till his tongue began to loosen and aa soon as he shufllud oil the btuden ol his crop ho shufljod off the robe of single cusEodness and Puu is no longer mop ing around Â¬ Â¬ DIRECTORS W H Itihlgers Taylor kW M Fiiua J W Slaughter J W MeCulloch Q I 1 It TyW layiies Very Liberal Premiums To compete for in various departments Tho livo stock will bo so ariungid its to present nt nil times during the fair uu opportunity to vlow the Btock nnd uu ex- Â¬ hibition is positively assured that cannot be excelled in the stnte Plenty of wnter in nil depnittnents The Speed Department Will bo as animating nnd enjoyable as any part of tho fair Untie proper restrictions speed contests aro acknowledged as a legitimate nccessory to fairs the prizes offered being a matter of importance to tho farming class as It stimulates the breeding of better stock The races will bo tinder the supervision of honest competont Judges who will enforce discipline close and fair contests and award tho prizes only to those who honestly win exact Floral Hall Ample premiums aro offered and all who an exhibit anything of in terest in this department aro Invited to do bo and thus nid in making tlm exhlition fully representative nnd a manifold exposition of all tho products of farm garden and household industry the earths generous bounty lo tillers of her soil Â¬ Trials of Speed TUESDAY 1 OCTOBEH 2 FI11ST DAY Trot 2 210 cIhii Puce 210 olm ltimnlng Mile dnsli WKDNKSDAY OCT 3 SKCOND DAY tjm ino juo 25 no u 300 cliua 225 elms Kumilng Three quarter tulle dash THURSDAY OCT Trot 235 cliui Trot 3 year old Kunnlnc Ono nnd aiuartor mile dish FRIDAY OCT 5 It lncc Freo for nil 11 Trot 20 clan 12 Running Three quarter mile head SATURDAY OCT Pnco 11 Paco Trot CO 300 00 200 00 i THIRD DAY 300 flo 150 01 mo 00 FOURTH DAY 100 00 300 00 JOO 00 6 FIFTH DAY Consolation Consolation 15 Itumitnt Ilalf iullo lioats It Trot f rjo 00 joii 00 mo 00 In races on last day nil liorset that have not won first money during this fair are elljllils icr cent entrance fee charges on all races except Saturdays races when no entrnnco fco will be charged Two horses to start Entries for raics posltlvtly close on Wednesday September 28 1891 Premium list speed programmes entry blanks and all other Inurmatlon will bo funilbe 1 on application to the secretary nt Owensboro Ky 10 Mr L I UAKU is lessee of all privileges J W CARTER Secretary 4 V S - WATCH s For 5 New Subscribers and Get un a club of 5 now subscribers and get ono of these watches free 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Kxnmlrc the dale printed after Yimr nnnr nn the margin of this picr mill tee ITU In enrttit If not correct pleiiite loltt im know If yiiur time linn cxpiri il please renew ut nme io Rliorron 1a very sick with typhoid fever at his liamo in Kirk Lenvo your order for Chan Tinius grapes nt tho City llakcry Charlie Llghtfoul has accepted n posi tion in Short IJaynes drug store Our ice crettn is still as good an it over was and just ns cheap Rledel Co Tho Elizubethtown fair bettlns next Tuesday Vest Sons received n car load of dry goods yesterday Tho Cannelton Telephone is whooping things It came out last week with two supplements A F Schindler went down to Glen denne Monday tollufsh up Mrs Hunters Â¬ PERSONAL Â¬ J W Bates went to Louisville Sunday g Perey Hopper went to Louisville Sunday A Nkwh man met tho Rev I B Tim berlako on tho west bound train Inst Fri day bound for Gleiideanu Mr Timber lake if anything has Improved In his general make up slnco ho presided over his Hock in Clovorport some tlnee or four years ago He is still vivacious and full of life and as talkative and enter- Â¬ taining nsn minister of tho gospel enn bo Ho was on his way to Glendcane whero ho was to spend a few dayB with Col Johnston Dean and his family Mr Timberlnke resigned his charge of tlio New Albany Baptist church nbout the first of July and now thinks ho may go lo Indianapolis Mr Timberlako is not an Iudianian by birth but since his stay on the opposite side of tho Ohio he seems to have formed n warm attach Â¬ ment for those iieople In turn they have grately favored him having given him some of tho best work in the minis Â¬ try Hint n man of his years could wish Thoy also promised him grenter honors in tho future should ho decldo to contlu uo his lot with them Mr Timberlako hns been a close student sinco ho left hero and is well versed upon nil matters connected with his profession Ho Is not in favor with tho old dry dragging style of dealing out Gods word but ho cultivates the best thought of tho time and believes in presenting it In that way He Is a personal friend of the Rov Dr Eaton of Loulsvillo who holds n high opinion of him Fred Frnlie went to Orrensboro Sunday Kmll Nolle went to IonUvllle yejIorJuy Ollle Touiey went to Urnnilenutirg Sunday F I Uoyd returned to Oweniboro Monday 1 0 llraihear went to Oweniboro Sunday Mri Etta Erani wont to Loulirllla Thuri day Old day Walter Plgfott of lUrdlnsburg Frldty Hon Hobt Tubln Home Monday Coleman Haswcll town Thursday of Tobinsjiort of Ilardlnsburg was here went lo was in Dont Seold The Boy mmmM Hes b Burdetteof Aklniwai In town Thuri Mrs Sam Watklns visited Owensboro last week relatives at WP Dan Burki returned to bis Florida borne v LOCAL BREVITIES For milk toaht go to llto City llukeiy Wanted two wliito girls npply at Hey Ber IIoiirc Tlio now Catholic rlinnli is Hearing completion School suits for boys Sulzors tlio peoplus frluml Fresh crackers nntl cakes jtist rpcciveil nl the City ltakery Frank Payno of Webster went to Louisville Monay School dresses and shoes for girls nt Sulzers the pooples friend Mrs John llurks Henderson present ed Iter husband with a fine boy Sept the 1st Fall clothing get it now when you can get tho pick of the lot Sulzorfe the peo ples friend Charlie Archer and Lester Wilson came up from Hawesvillu Thursday on their wheels Lost blue silk umbrella with blue knot on handle return to this oflice and receive reward Just drop in and seo our boys school suits nnd our shoes also Sulzers the peoples friend Miller Mattingly are putting the timbers on the ground for their new business house ut Kamplu If you are a judge of quality you will say our candies am the best anil purest Â¬ now resideiUM Mrs F M LeNcavo has n fltio girl born Aug 28 Grand mother English is in town Monday 0 Reidol Co -- 4 William and Chailie Hook came down to witness the Hull gamo on their wheels Time one hour Mrs Jack Mntllngly is very low with consumption nt her home in Sample Her death is expected at any time Do you eat If so tako n peep into our wo have lots to grocery department tempt your nppctito Sulzrs the peo Â¬ ples friend Mr Alf Morgan who superintended the construction of tho Clovorport nnd Acme brick plantdied nt Conldale Ala August 31st Capt J II Roland has bought tho vacant lot on Oak street between Wall nnd Second from F J Ferry He will build n residence- on it J W Clayton tho Quilting attach Â¬ ment man had to go homo on the ac- Â¬ count of Bickness Ho will return as soon as he gets better Mrs Geo Carlylo removed a splinter from her foot last week which she stop Â¬ ped on more than three weeks ago It wjp nearly two inches long chool begins Monday -- little girls and little boys como tons for your slates tab lets inks lunch baskets and school satchels Sulzers tho childrens friend Wear Electric Insoles prevents sweat Â¬ ing feet and rheumatism You hnvo no idea whnt n benefit they are until you have tiled them Sulzers tho peoples friend M M Chnncellor Asklnsj J T F Oyvcn Jollys Station J F Bandy Bewlevville nnd Aug Dutschke LodI burg were among tho passengers on tho train Monday enrouto to Louisville Free wo want to see how many chil- Â¬ dren read this paper Cut this out and briug It to our grocery department and get n nice story book Sulzers the childrens friend J E English who has beeu here in tlio interest of tho raducali Building and Loan Association for tho past week left for Henderson yesterday Mr Eng Â¬ lish while hero did nn excellent busi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ delighted with tho news William Downs Kirk J R Rates and On en Rico went to Louisville Mon Â¬ day to sell their tobacco A horrible story Is Hint which ramus from tho Northwest states of tho raging forest fires burning men women nnd children nnd property in Its truck Six towns hnvo been wiped out nnd moro tlinu llvo hundred lives destroyed Tho Hartford Republican says Mr Sam T Rarnctt n prosperous young farmer and Mrs Anna Wallace n most estimable lady both of No Creek were married at tho homo of Mr J F Wal- Â¬ lace on last Sunday Rev J B Perry- man pronouncing tho words that made Mrs two happy hearts beat as one Wnllnco was tho wife of Taylor Murphy deceased nnd her maiden nnme wns Mr F P Haygood has sold his Irving Miss Anna Todd both of whom lived ton property to Foster B Lyons of Cus- Â¬ here several yenrs ngo ter for i000 Mr Lyons will not take possession beforo tho first of January Great Revival at Stephensport How tho Custer country will be nblo to steer along without the aid of Mr Lyons The Christians Hold a Successful Is another question He has been n res Â¬ Meeting Cull a Minister and Will ident thero for more than twenty years and owns a lot of property there It con- Â¬ Build a House of Worship sists of a family residence ono store house a tobacco warehouse barn and SrKiMtKvsPoriT KY Sept t 04 News thirty acres of land These he now Brother R M Phillips of Scottsburgh who has been conducting a revival hero wants to sell and will give some ono a big bargain for cash Mr Lyons hns for the past two weeks with grand suc Â¬ cess all in favor of the Christian religion been a big tobacco dealer at Custer and ns taught by tho Christian church He made money out ol tho business He has met with wonderful success and has has been more than a figurehead in pol- Â¬ been blessed with the conversion of itics too as all the local politicians in the twenty five people He lias been ardu county will admit His movo to Irving will bo n viduablo addition to that ous and energetic in I lis advancement of ton town as ho is a man of considerable bus the cause of Christ and has been repaid Tho Haygood proper- Â¬ for his exertions by tho representatives iness enterprise ty is the most desirable In the plnco ho has added to the cause of Christ Brother Phillips has been called by t Mr Martin McGlothlan who is now the people of Stephensport to come nnd Mr bo the Shepherd of tho Flock which now ill at Irvington is in his 78 year numbersabout fifty He bus signified McGlothlan is ono of tho best known citizens of the county Ho was a merhis willingness nnd will accept Work is now in progress nnd contribu- Â¬ chant at Webster for n number of yenrs tions being received for tho establish nnd nlso conducted n farm Ho has been considered successful In business having lnomv of n church at this place His Brother Phillips will return hero tho gathered considerable property CtlT Sunday of this month and begin to two sons Newt and Robt run the hotel business at Irvington and tho old man teach tho people again What wo need now is a place of wor- Â¬ has made his homo with them for sever Â¬ ship and we are endeavoring to raise al years Mr McGlothlan Is tho last ono funds for tho purpose of erecting a Chris- Â¬ living out of a family of seven brotoers tian Chnpel nnd ndviso that all who are He has been in feeble health for some interested in tho true cause of Christian time and it would not surprise relatives ity to come to the front and assist us in to hear of bis death at any timo establishing this place of worship The last meeting that Brother Phillips The Irvington Creamery Company held in his tent enclosed by a grovo of went down about a year ago There is locusts ho had nn audience of ovor thrco now a suit pending in the Circuit Court hundred and from that assemblage he for the sale of the proporty The com got nine converts He was conscious pany was not in debt as wo understand and complimentary to tho Baptists who it but tho stockholders are asking a sale are holding a rovival and it was due to for the purposo of realizing soraethig this reason that he closed his meeting on the property and dividing the pro- Â¬ until a future time ceeds among themselves Â¬ Â¬ Friday W It Ilowmer went to Loutuvllle Monday evening M L Cnrk of latcirllle wns In the city yciterday Mil Alrua Jolly of thl county Is vlalttng nt Pellvllle Miss lctltU Frymlre of latenltle was In tho city Friday Mtss Lula Coleman of Webster It visiting tho Mlsios Hull Mr Sam T Ilaker of Ohio county the city Thursday Mr Frank Lander tho city Monday of Itawcsvllle was In was In J It Sklllinan went to Owensboro Sunday returning Monday Burrel Heard of Ilardlnsburg was here Thursday on business Miss lluey Dallman of Dukes Is visiting relatives hers this week Mr and Mrs File Dellaven of Owensboro wero In the city Monday Mrs Tulley of Adalrvllle Is the guest of Mr and Mrs J L Moorman Misses Mary and Ilosa Holt of Holts Bot tom wero In the city Saturday Mrs J Darkloy and daughter of Stephens port wero In tho clly last wcok Miss Ola Chestnutt of Henderson is the guest of Mr and Mrs U G Hill Mrs AJ Turpln and baby Lander visited Mr and Mrs Win Hall last week D M Duncan and E E Edgar went to Cannelton Sunday on their wheels Mrs Beavln and Mrs Hloks from near Union Star were hero Friday shopping Mrs 1 M Rlgdon of Patesvllle went to New Castle Friday to spend several weeks Miss Lltile Hall returned last week from a visit to relatives and friends at Dewleyvllle Mr and Mrs Thoi Mattingly left Saturday for Water Valley Miss their present home Miss Ethel Oelie after a pleasant vacation returned Monday to her school at Georgetown Miss Lettle Doyd of Owensboro was the guest of Mrs OW Short one day last week Miss Maggie Rhodes of Irvington is hero fora weeks stay tho guest of tho Misses Lewis Alvln Sklllman and wife of Ilardlnsburg spent several days with lelatlves and friends last week Mr and Mrs J C Carlylo left Sunday to visit friends and relatives at Ilockport and Owensboro Mrs John D Gregory and children visited relatives at Ekron last wetk T J Mlnary and Geo G Fetter of Louis ville spent Sunday nt Addison Miss Mary Dowmer of Ilardlnsburg vlsitod Mits Ltitlo Sklllman last week Davo Hardin and Miss Allle Witt of Ilardlnsburg were In town Thursday Clint Adklssnn of Webster spent Thursday with his brother Dr S D Adkisson Mr S L Suiter the merchant prince of Cannelton passod up on the train Thursday Mrs Wellrr and daughter of Louisville ar Â¬ rived yesterday to visit Mrs S S Watklns Mrs C K Llghtfoot Is spending a few weeks nt her old homo hear Sorghotown Ky Mr A B Sklllman and Judgo J A Mur- Â¬ ray went to Irvington Thursday on business Mrs Mollle DeJernetto and son Jollys Station wero In town on business Wednesday Qllus W Roth who has been hero for sev eral weeks returned to Indianapolis yester day Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i good lively all around boy and you wouldnt change him if you could Kicks out a lot of shoes of course The only thing to do is to get shoes that are hard to Kick out Get the School Shoes here and youll save about one pair in four---possibly Sherman St Louis came over Saturday to spend Sunday with his wife and baby C F Mattingly and wlfo went to Long Lick Thursday to visit his brothor Joo Mat- Â¬ Mr W J tingly Miss Genso Drashcar has returned from a long stay In North Carolina Owensboro In- Â¬ quirer Mr and Mrs F J Ferry spent Sunday in Stephensport with their daughter Mrs Frank Ferry Mrs Marion Hambletan and Mrs C P Dabbage went to Addison Monday to visit Mrs Jas G Stephens Mrs Elvira Dabbage returned Monday from a two months visit to Rosetta and Ilardlnsburg She onjoyed ber visit and comes homo very much Improved In health Misses Cora and Ellen Anderson teachers from Jollys Station wero 1b the city Saturday on their way home from the Institnte at Haw csvllle They say It was one of the nicest Institutes ihsy ever attended Â¬ iragJMEI mmMM GUSTON visit- Mrs J Card in and children iug in Fordsville Miss Tabor of Fordsville Ky is visit- Â¬ ing Mrs Chris Rowley Mrs John Meadow of Big Spring left Friday morning for Owensboro to visit friends Georgo D Richardson received two lino sheep from Eminence Ky Thursday evening Miss Clara Adkisson was the guest of Miss Eva Carrigan at her beautiful coun try homoFriday Miss Helen Pollock who has been vis- Â¬ iting Mrs C E Rryant of Brandenburg returned last Tuesday John Chiltls who has been Buffering intensely from erysipelas in his left arm and shoulder is improving Miss Carrie Badger of Cedarvillo Ohio arrived Sunday morning to take charge of the colored school at this place Wm Neff brother of our merchant Geo J NelT spent several days here lost week leaves Wednesday morning for his home in Loulsvillo lrof Sam Pate of Hardinsburg spent two days last weok visiting Miss May Tabor of Fordsville Ky who is the guest of Mrs Chris Bewley Messrs Frank Osborne and R B LcGrand who are now with tho L St L T bridge carpenters passed through hero Thursday morning enrouto to Hen- Â¬ derson Ky L J Parrott who has been visiting relatives in this vicinity left Thursday morning for his home at Sumptor S 0 His wife aud children will remain u month longer B F Tabor of Russelville Ky den- Â¬ tist and veterinary surgeon is visiting old friends and relatives near this place Ho has visited his old homo and wo are glad to havo him with us again Tho Lewis Bros sons of J 0 Lewis tho hatter of luiaville after spending n short vacation with their grandfather R J Patterson loft Wednesday morning for home accompanied by It J Patter- Â¬ son Mrs James 11 Morris mother of our operator Miss Roso Zell Morris accom Â¬ panied by her grand daughter Miss Ed Â¬ ith M Colo came from Louisville Fri day morning to spend soveral days in our little town Miss Maudo Adkisson after soveral weeks vacation spent among relatives and friends at this place left Thursday for Sherman Texas whero bIio will re- Â¬ sume her duties as teacher in the North Toxas Female College Dave RisbofT our section foreman is tho happiest man in town beciuso of the arrival of a young assistant foreman at his home Dave says ho has tho finest boy in Mendo county and doesnt know whether to call him Montgomery or Mur- Â¬ ray Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ y IS Respectfully a little more All sizes for both boys and girls Your Own Price Ginghams of all styles all brands and all colors for Master James Jablne of Owensboro came up Sunday to visit his grand mother Mrs It L Newtoui Mrs II 11 Dennett and Miss Maude Gil bert of Stephensport were in the city last Wednesday Miss Alllono Murray returned Sunday from an extended visit to the Misses Lewis at Drandenburg Miss Ella McBeatb of Leltchfield was the guest of Miss Mary Cox Wednesday Hart- Â¬ ford Republican Miss Mamie Taylor of Henderson who has been visiting Mr and Mrs J P Deverleyre turned home Monday Rev Dreeding pastor of M E church at Hardin burg and wife came up on the train Monday en route boms Qordon Moorman was In the city Saturday He will leave soon for Texas where he expects to make bis future home Miss Cora E Turpln after several weeks visit to her aunt Mrs Wm Hall returned to her home in Louisville Friday V 7c per Yard Even the nice French Ging- Â¬ hams which have sold at 15c a yard are bound to go for the same money Come in and get a pattern before it is all gone EKRON Miss Mollio Board went to Louisville Friday Blunt Shacklott went to Loulsvillo Monday on business Miss Lula Willett wont to Owensboro Thursday to visit friends C A Montgomery Bhitred two cars of lambs from hero last Wednesday Mr Thomas Brown of Pnynesville was in town for a short time Friday D P Taylor of Russelville was tho guest of J It Do well part of last week Esq James Bryant nnd wife of Wei don were in town Wednesday the guests of Dr Warfleld and wife Mr Sam Massoy of Andyville was in town a couplo of days last week the guest of his brother J T Massey Mrs Georgo Slmcklett returned from Georgetown Sunday night whero she has bcon visiting her mothor Dr B W Tayne of Tip Top Hardin county was tho guest of D 8 and Tom Roberts Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mac II Richardson of Louisville came down Sunday night to spend some time with relatives and friends Mtss Rena Shacklott and her guest MissSalllo Warfleld spent part of last week at Hill Grove visiting relatives Miss Mamie Daugherty returned Sat- Â¬ urday night from Gethsemani College where alio had been visiting her broth ers Misses Edith and Minnie Montgomery who have been the guests of the Misses Roberts for some time returned to their homo at Louisville Wednesday against the partnership The Brecken ridgo Bank Bank of Hardinsburg and Meade County Deposit Bank aro somo of the largest creditors hero and they aro seeking an equal division of the funds that went into tho hands of the Louis- Â¬ ville Trust Company as assignee of Rich Â¬ ard and Ken Wathen Mr Goo Yeakel tho n erchant prince of Brandenburg has just returned from hie summer outing of six weeks at St Louis Mich a delightful summer resort He Is very much improved in health and looks ten years younger Mr Yeakel is in the sixties but ago does not seem to Interfere with his energy or bus Â¬ iness activity He is as spry as a cat Some of the creditors of Richard and Kendrick Wathen wore at Irvington last week taking depositions on their claims V V ness i tf h i W a 4 r far w i Eirortsnre being mnde lo havo orator Breckinridge speak at the Hawesvlllo barbecuo on Sept 8 Gen J B Gordon wI bo thero and Congressman Ellis and othors are down for speeches Can nolton Telephone The Brkckesiiidok News Job Printing Department has furnished and printed for Sulzers Grocery Department 50000 paper bags in the lost five months to fill this amount of paper bags with tho amount of pounds they hold it would take IS tons of groceries and if these sacks were placed one behind another they would mako a road eight inches wide and ten miles long or would reach from Clovorport to Hardinsburg Mr3ohn II Summers who died In this city on tho 20th of last month was night of Honor and carried 2000 n benefit On last Thursday his Lodgo In Louisvlllu met nnd hU paperu were fixed upt mailed that night to Clovorport where they arrived Friday morning Dr Owen signed tho death cortlflcato and sent it to St Louiswlth only a few hours delay and Monday morning Mrs Summers received at her home In Louis- ville her voucher for the amount of tho benefit duo her which shows how quick tho Knights of Honor are in payingtlit Ir tteath chiun Lkh Fisher an old colored man was 4Ptaund dead in his bed Monday night Squire Hambleton held an Juqueet the vmlIeiof the Jury bolpg that tkwtli was caitsad from heart disease nnd old age 1W ww one of the old landmarks of lib town ami a good old darkey Uq ytm tigi mully servant of Kaektel Ffcdswr hMasd After his death be llywl with Hovioua who provided for Um mfwWY him a home up to hla daUi that time Mra Mary Mur aa kind nud affable and as quick to pull down a bolt of calico show you through his stock as the youngest salesman in his house Mr Yeakel is a success in business He has made it by hard work fair dealing and constant application ftul Kijoawof statist Ww ousistert ajbfe in kia old aj imi nam Ulai a iW W fajborial Uah mm Tl hiiii Soienoe and Art of Elooutioa To those to whom this may be of inter Â¬ est I desire to say that I will be at the High School building in Clovorport on Saturday September 15 for the purpose of organizing a class in the Science and Alt of Elocution those desiring to enter the class will please meet me at the above named place at 1 oclock Tho term will begin on tho aforesaid dato and continue Uventy weeks there Â¬ from the tuition for the entire term of forty lessons Is Ten Dollars payable in ad van w Instrtietlen will be chiefly by lectures with examination upon the same the pupil will be required to put in practice what he has learned thereby making it a part of hiiaeeif at once Ns text book will Im Hd Ih the appMeatloa of tke priMiplea The eoeMaat rm shall Wi Mt to IwteK imitative methods but to dyeiop th ittttyviilitaUiy of wuh pu Â¬ pil t Fetd McGehee has truly a typical Kentucky home It is situated three miles from Irvington on tho Hardins- Â¬ burg road It is in a splendid farming section of tho county convenient to tho market His land produces well He knows how to run a farm and knows how to entertain you when you go to his homo He has two lovely daughters splendid housekeepers the pride of their Misses Lolla Prince father It is a pjeasuro to visit the Indianapolis Mamie home of Mr McGehee The V II J May jr fireman on tho Texas has taken a lay off of several weeks and will visit quite a number of Urge cities Mrs R H Brashear and Miss Pearl Wimp passed down on the train Friday to Owensboro returning from a visit to Brandenburg Mrs Geo Wolf of Louisville who has been spending tho summer In Holts Bottom the guest of Mrs Smith returned home Friday Mr Fred Sulzer of Louisville who has been the guest of Messrs Julius and Emil Nolle for the past week returned home yes Â¬ terday Miss LIda Uaynes of Drandenburg arrived on the train Mondaj She Is the guest of Mr and Mrs J E Keith From here she goes to Patesvllle Rllla Howard little daughter of Dr Wm Howard accompanied her uncle and aunt the Rev S O Dates and wlfu to their home In Ohio last week Misses Ethel and Florence Clavcomb of Owensboro wero here a few days fast week They were on their way home from a pro Â¬ tracted visit to friends and relatives at Steph ensport Mr F Ditto and grand son David of Drandenburg after a few days visit to his daughter Mrs J D Dabbage returned home Sunday accompanied byMlss Louise and J D Dabbage Jr MlssSallle E Miller after tome few days stay with her relatives and friends returned to Washington D O Friday Her nleceMIss Mary and nephew Charlie and Miss Josle Kaltt aeoompanted her at far as Stephensport Â¬ B P Beard HAItDINSMIUO KY Co THE STORE Dry Goods Notions Furniture Carpets Mattings Oil Cloths Hardware Glassware Chinaware Tinware Om tmmmmmtmmt To buy roods reasonable is the store for you to o to Wc only advertise what wc mean and no Try us anil then be your own Judge Wc are selling all our Slimmer Cgods at cost for we do not want to carry goods over from one season to another Visit ou store and purchase some of the great bargains Old Last Big Show of the Season xjt Brothers Worlds Greatest Shows will give an exhibition in Louis- Â¬ ville September 8th and tho Loulsyllle St Louis A Texas R R will run a spec Â¬ ial train on September 8th from Fords ville stopping at all stations on the Fordsville branch as well us all stations between Irvington and Howard Tickets will be sold at very low rates which will include a ticket to the circus affording an opportunity for everyone to eome to Louisville This la one of the heat cir-Â¬ cuses on the road and this will be the last opportunity 6f seeing a large show this year For further information call on vgents or address II 0 Mobouk A Q V A Louisville Ky Im Sells Louisville lone Seholl St Louis and Maud Sqlier Cannelton who bare been the guests of Mr and Mrs Julius 0 Nolle for the past week left for their respective homes yes Â¬ terday Their stay In this city will ever be a pleasant memory to the minds of many of our young men Cfuest Public Speaking Hon John W Lewis Republican can Â¬ didate for Congress from tho tth Con Â¬ gressional District will speak in this county at the following times and places Hardinsburg Monday Sept 10 at 1 oclock Clovcrport Monday Sept 10 at night Union Star Tuesday Sept 11 at I oclock Hudeonvillo Wednesday Sept 12 1 oclock p in Glendeaue Thursday Sept 13 at 12J0 oclockp in Everybody invited Shoes Groceries jrf0 yiy Unljr kaea too J A Atxiut 22XiiZE3L awmfcaH Wwa vtmk Itrswat trait mtiMW fi4 J t Mtuiy lrs Last Tuesday the young gentlemen tendered the visitors and home girls with a bay ride to Mrs Capt Smiths to spend tho evening at her beautiful home In Holt It was oerUlnly the most pleasant tour of the season Those who participated are as follows Misses La Fayette LaUelst Vera Miller Minnie and Nannie Murray Jennie Wkifield Maggie and Dettle Bowmer Sallle Murray Lolla Prince Louisville Mamie Quest St Louis lone Indlanapli Maud Culler CannelUn Mrs Uo Wolf and Mr and Mrs Caldwell NotWo LouIitIIUj Millie Burks sad Brook fitefhwi HoU Mewi Al and Will Wolf Attentio SepBBilwtH lwUHIj Morris Beard Hardlnsbarg Dan Yott are hereby notified to meet at Dorks FUrlde W 8 BewowK 0 BabVage 0 W MMnsaa J W 8 Snari W V Bw Hnrdlnsbtirfr Ky Monday Septewnber lWliatlO30oiooka w or the pur nee J X 0 T MUiteM Fetef pose ol selecting a stew leorotary no JtAit XeU Fh4 Inlaw Haw 3tmmm U 3 X Wuh xvk Hiawwx County OVrWw Reliable Store Neff Kagin GUSTON KY muiUAUiuiiuuiUi BE Btll Gelttema h at Sfa MM WU InMSHKS wjski laat week m Ma Wejfrfe AH w pt birUff whdh kifM sMf T UiMSillKt AlUWflinilIMtClNM over mmm tmtjIsMjr In 1ms Maw Baa H la what we ny mm U th rtat jsM a ImmMmp fllrM 7AH 10 81LI Alt HeftM nwtle a tour Mm SMuty ivaM1 I - xj i iMfclfrwiiMh J jivWNMHa wvra i8 wl iMiltilWlslMni tBwar slJj tflf WWWfHn i 1 ffvw rsTMtr rMh r f 4 7 O V f GREGORY WHARFMASI EHS CLOVLfirORT KENTUCKY 8 Highest of nil n leavening Power THR BftBLOKMRlf3R Latest U S Govt Rcroit classified articles upon which changes to MRS GliOVfiliPOR KY GO S ABSOIXTELY PURE ten by fifteen reduced from one and three eights toonoccnt per pound and Spectacles and SKPTKMBEU fi 1894 other sizes In proportion WEDNESDAY eye glasses from CO to ID jcr cent Stained or painted glass windows from When 1 15 to 115 per cent Hough marble from be happy i When will we sixty five to fifty cents a cubic foot dress the question That ed marble 110 to eighty live cents When the tariffs nil adjusted Tho metals schedule is very extensive When the trusts are beat and bulled Ami our bread It suitar crustcitr and can scarcely bo summarized lig That the iieitlont iron is reduced from 072 to If per ton will we be happy When steel rails fiomSKIi I to 7 84 wr ton That the question Penknives valued at morn than fifty When cotton from the docket cents and not more than per dozen a nkictln like n rocket dot aro taxed twenty five cents per dozen And theres ca J In every pocket Thats the question while in the McKinley Hill knives valued at more than fifty cents and not more When will we be happy Thats the question than 1 50 paid fifty cents u dozen The When our congressmen arc willing complicated character of these classiflor the swift und certain killing ications renders it impossible to express Of each hill not worth a iliilllnuf the differences in a few words Muskets Thats the question rilles and pistols under tho new law pay When will be hippy J5 to 0 per cent ad valorem against a Tit its the question When theye pissed tuh blessed measure complicated system of compound duties I hat luuld glte the people pleastile in tho McKinley Hill Tin plate is re And the land Just rreks with treasure duced from 2 - to 12 cents per pound And wtie time to growl at leisure Lumber is put upon the freo list so Thats the question -- Atlanta Constitution that schedule D is reduced to small pro ltortions Furniture of wood is reduced from o to 5 per cent Tho sugar schedule has been pretty thoroughly discussed Sugar nays 10 percent with an additional duty of one eighth of a cent a pound on refined if It Is a Pamphlet of Sixty Eight imported from a bounty paying country one tenth of a cent a pound additional Pagos Fifty Six Lines to Tho sugar bounty is abolished Tho Page In schedule F cigar wrappers unstem 1 med are reduced from to 150 a pound Cigars from 4 50 a pound and And Contains Seventy Seven Sec5 per cent to and 25 per cent In schedule G all live animals are tions While The Mckinley Bill taxed 20 per cent ad valorem as com Had Fifty Five pared witli a list of specific duties on the different kinds of animals in the McKin 10 ley Hill ranging from a head on 150 a head on A Comparison of Tho Two Bills horses and mules to hogs and sheep with ad valorem duties And Tho Changos Hurley is changed from in certain eases tlirty cents a bushel to 0 per cent Made Wheat corn oats and rye are taxed 20 per cent as compared witli spec lie du tics of ten to twenty five cents a bushel A GOOD THING FOR THE PEOPLE in tho McKinley Hill Cleaned rice is reduced from two to one and a half cents a pound Eggs aro put on the free list The McKinley Hill ceased to bo operative nt midnight It was in force Potatoes reduced from twenty five cents tin ft yeais ten montlm and tttenty two to fifteen cents a bushel Hay reduced from to 2 a ton Smoked or pickled iltyH fish from one cent to three fourths of a The new law wliicli koih into elltct tn luy is as to its external form a pam Â¬ cent a pound Salt goes to the freo list phlet of uixty oiKht pages fifty nix lines tho McKinley Hill taxing it eight to to tho page It contains seventy seven twelve cents per 100 pounds In schedule If brandy and other spir sections while the McKinley liill had fifty five The income tax and tho taxes its distilled from grain are reduced from on playing cants etc account for a part 250 to 180 per proof gallon The of the additional sections All tho taxes rates on champagne nre unchanged on imports are embraced in Section 1 Still wines in casks containing not more which in subdivided into M- - paragraphs than 14 per cent of alcohol are reduced The McKlnley liill had 47J paragraphs from fifty to thirty cents a gallon Ales in tho first section Section - hi each porter and beer in bottles etc reduced bill embraces the free list Tho now bill from forty to thirty cents a gallon other has t0 paragraphs in the free list as wise titan in bottles or jugs from twenty compared with 18J in the McKlnley Hill to fifteen cents a gallon Schedule I relating to cotton manu The paragraphs in Sections 1 and - are numbered consecutively from 1 to 6U2 in factures isdillicult to summarize as the tho new bill and from 1 to 7G1 in the classification is very complicated A few McKinley law Tho diision into sched specimens miry give a general idea of tho ules is tho same There are fourteen reductions Spool thread containing 100 schedules of taxed articles from A to Is yards to the spool is reduced from seven Cotton inclusive relating to the following sub to flvo and a half cents a doen jecte Chemicals oils and paints earths cloth not dyed or printed and not ex earthenware and glassware metals and ceediug fifty threads to the equnru inch manufactures of wood nud manufactures is reduced from two to one cent per yard of agricultural products and provisions Duties on other grades of cotton cloth Hplrits wine and other boverages cotton mount on a scale to five and a half cents iiiutiufactures tlax hemp jute and man per square yard If dyed colored stain ufactures of wool and manufactures of ed or printed the duties range from two silk and silk goods pulp paper and cents a Fqtiare yard to six and a half cents In tho McKinley bill duties on books and sundries It must not be assumed that no article cotten cloth dyed or printed ranged from is taxed except tlioso enumerated in tho four to fix and three fourths centa per H2 paragraphs of Section 1 Tho third square yard In certain cases however Cot section provides that on all raw or un Â¬ ad valorem duties are substituted manufactured articles not enumerated or ton clothing and articles of wearing up provided lor in tho bill there shall bo parel handkerchiefs and the like are re collected n duty of 10 per cent and on duced from 50 to 40 per cent Flax and hemp not hackled are put manufactured articles 0 per cent To therefore an article on tho freo list Imckltd one cent on CHcapo taxation hemp and ono and one half cents on Ihtx must bo enumerated hi tho freo list Of tho articles enumerated a largo Hindlng twine goes to tho free liBt number are of minor importance and Cordugo of hemp changed from two and tho changes mudo convey no dellnato one- - half cents a pound to 10 per cent idea except to the mind of experts ad valorem Collars and cuffs composed Take tho fourth paragraph of Section 1 in whole or in part of liuon are reduced as a specimen It relates to citric acid from thirty cents per dozen pieces and The McKinley Hill taxed it ton cents per 0 per cent This is the point at which pound Tho now law taxes it So per cen Â¬ Senator Murphy got in his work Shirts tum ad valorem Unless ouo knows tho aro reduced from 65 to 50 per cent ad forelgh price of citric acid ho can not tell valorem Schedule K relates to wool und itiunu whether thin is an advance or a reduction There are a great many paragraphs of a factures of wool und shows very Import like nature The effect of many of tho ant changes Wool was taxed ut eleven changes therefore is not at ouco evident and tw olve cents n pound except carpet We will enumerate a few changes in tho wool which was taxed U and 60 per cent dlirerent schedules which are of more ad valorem It now goes on the free list Tho McKinley bill imposed comgeneral interest In schedule A castor oil is reduced pound duties on manufactures of wool from eighty to thirty live centa a gallon averaging nearly 100 per cent Tho new and linseed oil from thirty two to twenty law imoses duties of 15 and 10 per cent eeuts per gallon of seven and a half on knit fabrics of wool on blankets huts pounds weight Tho duties collected on und llaniKla 25 to 115 pur cent on castor oil Imported In the floculyeur 1891 womens and childrens woolen dress amounted to 12887 per cent In the goods 40 to 60 per cent on ready made same schedule varnishes are reduced clothing and urticles of wearing apparel from thlrty llvo to twenty five per rent 45 and 60 per cent on carpets 30 to 42 ad valorem The duty on white lead is percent Tho duties on manufactures cut In half from thrco to one and ono of wool do not go into elfect until Janu ary 1 185 lialf cents a pound There are some changes in the silk In schedule H common yellow and brown carthornware is reduced from schedule of which u reduction of the twouty llve to twenty per cent china duty on laces embroideries handker Â¬ porcelain etc I reduced from ilfty flvo chiefs and ruchingfl ready made cloth- Â¬ and sixty to thirty and thirty flvo per ing etc of silk from GO to 60 per cent may serve as a specimen Manufactures cent OIom bottlei demijohns and carboys of silk uot specially provided for are re Â¬ are mlaced from ope and one half centa duced from 50 to 45 per cent In schedule M printing paper is re Â¬ a pettiMl to tliree fottrtha and ene and Articles of gltuw cut duced from 30 to 16 per cent copying MM fetirUi ccittt or stainssJ from 60 to 40 iter paper is chaed from eight ttents a pent UhpoUsUwI cylinder crown and pound and 15 per oeut to 36 per cnt common window ylMsi not txedlng Schedule N contains a number of un 1 Â¬ Breckenridge News The NewTariff Bill 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t V- - jutitl lower duties have been made A number of important ndditious have been made to the free Hut Hestdcs thoBo nlrcntly mentioned wo may name lings for grain hanging for cotton cotton If They Aro Eulipol With tho Right Urn frish Huh etc Idoas Thoro Is a Chanco Tho IimhhI tloii of an Income tax of 2 per for Thorn cent nn incomes exceeding 1000 it one of tho new features of the law This tax will bo assessed on and after January 1 It Is the Men of Characlor And Not 1805 on tho Incomes of the year 1801 181I5 and will be payable July This of Monoy Who Havo Mado comes within tlitt domain of internal royenuo Tho tax on spirits is Increased tho World from ninety cents to 110 a gallon Playing cards aro taxed two cents a pack LET YOUR AMBITION RUN HIGH Tho new law is ohj ctionablo on ac- Â¬ count of its having followed tho complex arrangements of schedules nud often tho lor wNJoni isn ilelrme unit money Is a ilv of previous complicated classification ftincti hut the excellency ul knowledge Is that laws Many difficult questions of con Â¬ wUilnin xlith to tlirin that lii- - It vll I J struction are euro to arise as has been There Is a word to bo said to young Special tho case under firmer laws features of the law will come up for noÂ¬ men not n harsh word hut u won of friendly and kindly counsel tice front time to time Courier-Journa- l And hcieis tho reason for It namely bt cause a good Btart goes n long way Ayers Sarsaparilla Is ouo of tho few toward a good ending If tho bullet remedies which are r commended by leaves tho rifle barrel with only a slight every school of medicine Its strength divergence from tho right direction it purity and efficacy are too well estab Â¬ may never hit tho target at all for tho lished to admit of doubt ns to its superior- further it goes tho more wide of the ity over all other blood purifiers what- Â¬ mark it Is but if it leaves tho barrel per- Â¬ ever Ayers Sarsaparilla leads all fectly timed lor tho centre of tho target It Is safe to predict a good shot The Income Tax Law If a young man is equipped with the Tho income lax law of 2 per cent on right ideas the chances nre In favor of his incomes of 4000 and over provides being of some value to tho world but if that it shall begin January 1 1805 and when ho stands on the threshold of life 1000 consequent continue to January ho has no controlling moral principle ho ly the first tax will bo levied on incomes is like a chip on the surface of a freshet of 1894 They embraco two classes inthut is ho may if ho has rare good comes of individuals ami of corporations fortune reach the sea or ho may bo Tho taxable income of corporations is thrown ou tho bunk nt any turn of tho that above Its operating expenses of current 4000 and oyer and must bo paid before It is impossible therefore to exagger Â¬ Charitable religious ami ate tho necessity of a fine equipment dividends educational corporations aro exempted because the fate of the soul long after as aro State counties municipalities this life has ended may depend on it building and loan associations certain While it is possible for a boy witli u savings banks and mutual companies mind full of mistaken ideas to throw Besides the 4000 not taxed tho ex Â¬ them aside one after tho other as he emptions allowed Individuals aro the proceeds on his journey it is also true necessary expenses of conducting a busi- that ho runs great risksnnd will probably ness all interest paid or duo within the end his career with an armfull of regrets year local taxes losses in trade or from and a handful of real happiness fires storms or shipwreck not compen Now there is no subject on which sated for by insurance or otherwise there uro more false notions than ou the worthless debts and income on which subject of money It isn good thing to tho tax has been paid by corporations have money and a good thing to work Kvery person having an income ofSI for it but you must be careful not to pay 500 must report it to the collector of in- Â¬ too largo it price for It As tho servant ternal revenue for his district or Ids of a noble man money is exceedingly deputy A 50 per cent penalty is to be valuable for it furnishes opportunities charged for liegltct or refusal and 100 to enlarge tho scopo of charity and beper cent penalty for fraud Corpora- nevolence As the master of a niggardly tions will bo fined 1000 for failure to man it develops the meatier qualities of file statements and 2 per cent a mouth human nature and makes its posstssor a on amount of tux duo till paid Tho tax mere caricature is payable July 1 If it is not paid with Tho world is all wrong in this matter in 10 days after that a penalty of 5 per and you will require u deal of independ Â¬ cent is to be cliaiged together with In- Â¬ ence to put yourself light There is in per cent per the community an overestimate ol terest at the late of month The banks are tho only corpor- Â¬ wt tilth which is very demoralizing The ations hero that will have to pay but Preacher makes a catalogue in which several farmers and others will have to wisdom stands nt tho head and money come to time Interior Journal follows as of secondary importance but modern society revere s tho order and A M Hailoy a well knowti citizen of puts money first with wisdom far below Eugene Oregon Bays his wife has for it We doll our hats to ono who has years been troubled with chronic di Â¬ wealth but no character and hardly arrhoea and used many remedies with recognize one who has an honest charlittle relief until she tried Chamberlains acter but no money Tho result is that Colic Cholera and diarrhoea Itemcdy wo work too hard for money and havo which bus cured her found and well too light an opinion of character Give it a trial and you will bo surprised If truth bo told It is after all tho men at the prompt relief it affords 25 and 50 of character and not the men of money ceut bottles for sale by A It Fisher who havo mado the world what it is Clovetport Ky and Kincheloo A Hoard That fact stands In the foreground of nil liurdinsburg Ky thoughtful observation like a towering monument against the sky If we were compelled to do without the one or tho PERSIMMON FLAT other it would bo sheer insanity to dis The health of this community is very pense with men of character and retain good tho men of money Let us bo clear on this point The Our boys have at last organised a base clergy aro upt to talk about filthy lucre ball club Mr Ed Greenwood was tho guest of Hut do not bo led astray Money is never filthy unless it makes the soul Miss Dersio Elder seeks it filthy It is your right to Miss Lucy Johnson was in Cloverport that labor for it and your right to get it if Monday shopping you can You aro justified in laying Mrs James Johnson visited relatives plans for its acquisition because there is at Illtos Hun last week a glorlus satisfaction in tho thought that There was a good attendance at prayer you will want for nothing in your old inciting at Iiites Hun Sunday ago and your deur ones will bo nmply Mr F A licavln will tuko up school provided for Hut have a care thut you at Illtos Hun tho first Monday in Jun do not come to think thatyour happiness depends on it because after ull is said uury Â¬ Mr Frank und Mlbs Alho Green- there aro more happy poor men than wood were initing fiiends at lites Hun happy rich men For that matter it is u grave error to suppose that money enn Sunday itself make you happy without tho pos of Daviess coun- Â¬ Mr Green Johnson session of other qualities which will ty is here the guest of friends and enable you to enjoy Hand do good with relatives It Success to the Kuws The business of tho world is closely re lated to tho progress of tho world It is UNION STAR a noblo calling that of the business man God looks upon with The lick Uun Yellow Hank and Fulls and one which Money and philanthropy regard of Sinking bridges hnvo just been nowly tender ure twins born of tho same good mother painted two children of bcuuty and grace Tho The recent rains have made crops look merchants work is just as Providential much better in this vicinity und farmers as thut of the clorgymanaud his mission are much encouraged if he rightly understands it is just as Miss Mumie Cashmau gave a putty to Important If tho consecrating hands of her little friends last Tuesday night und tho Holy Spirit uro luld on the head of everybody hud a regular rollcklug the preacneraud he Is thus d ivoted to a lime special task so ure the sumo hands luld Mrs John Guyer and children of Now in equal consecration ou tho head of the Albany lud accompanied by Miss Iula young man who sturts on a business Oats uro tho guests of Mrs 8 I Cosh- - career and ho is laid under solemn obli gations to be list ful to his fellows That man Mrs Guyers sister MrJohuOCurt lost a fine mare lust week is a truth which cannot be too keenly We cannot get along with- Â¬ Hu was plowing with tho fininml when appreciated out money making and the one thing it reared up and full back upon tho plow Thut implement was siiiaalied and u we insist on therefore is that the money round penetrated tho side of the mare makers shall be honest iu their deulings just behind the shoulder It went to und keep their consciences in good trim More than thut the business man the hollow and cnused death preaches the gospel of rectitudo more Miss Sulliu U Richardson attended the effectively than tho clergy can do it A Slate Sunday School Convention at ltus noble deed Is better than a noblo word sellvlllo last week as a delegate from The word may incite to tho deed but this county when we get to heaven the merchant The Union Star public school began who has led a pure life will occupy as lust Monday with 41 pupils enrolled high a place as tiio minister who told Mrs Dora Hendry is the teucher and it him how to do it George IVabodys bids fair to be a prosperous term life out welgds the sermons of a century Such a man talks to the whole race and School books and school supplies at bis voice is not bttfthed when ha diss Ikbbagos As the light of a Mutant star floods the oartlt long after tlw star itself has Dr Prkea Crm extinguished so Ut uprigutneM and In- 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Y0UN6MEN You sec them everywhurc Also Wholesale and IteUII Healers In Columbia Bicycles Ilieir sales attest their popularity rSAil Catalogue free at our accnciM or mailed for two 2 ccnt stninns Yolluw Pino Flooring and Coiling Shingles Hair Doors Lnths Cement Lime Sash and Brick Blinds and all klnrts of Dulldlng Material hole A pruts lor 5 Homostcad Fortilizoro Bono Moal and Troy Ordera accouipanlned filled with tho caah rruulbtly BANK OF Y POPE MFQ CO JZ Boston New York Chlcaeo Hartford HAEDINSBTJEG Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 87 600 II F DEAllD President WILL MILLER Vice President M U BKAHD Cashier Q rWr4M If fl Agent Cloverport Ky W IlEAHD 1 HW RTRV nSS MANHOODnorvuusdlcaeucb Weuk Mcmury lxns of Drain RESTORED to euro uwerIleailadioVYakelnlneM Dite tor MORRIS KSKRIDOEf I R M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS nl For aulo neRaUUnilnsnidlnyanf puworlnUeueratlTe Organs of cither sox caused broTerexcrtlonynuthmt err ors oxcessUA uso tif lohurciioplutn ursllm an no carried In uiantswhlclilaittolnBrniUjr Consumption or liinanlir by mall prepaid VUha81 order we Test pocket fji per box il forts by atl slve a written atiarnntrfl In rure or refund lie m incy Sold sealed WrltnfnrfreeMiMlrjl llnnk sent drueirlsts Ask forlt take nnnthor Inmalnwraupur Address KRUVUSIIEII CO ManuiiloleuiplcCUICAUU luCioTcrpurtKrtj A It FlSIIKKandbrC C 11AUT1N llruitxists Lust Manhood Nlxtillir ltulraliins R NctTous Have Your Work Done I Right am now prrpned to do flrst class work at hard time prlcis In IlrlcklajInK and riasteilnp II you ure K1U to hlve any work done In my line call on ur address me at IrvinKton Ky AMIKItTSCIlINDLKIt TSi mi Breckenridge Normal College Will begin its second scholastic year mm B Tuesday Sept 4 1894 tijl 3300 eight weeks ijU Will pay all expenses for one term of ten weeks There will be four terms of ten Jweeks each and one term of 1 -- EffiUlg ix ffr Tuition 800 per term in advance Board 1000 per month every thing furnished Address ft tejrrity of the merchant exert utitold influenco long after a sorrowing people have laid him in his resting place This then Is tho advice wo offer Lctyoui ambition run high ami seek its realization by hard work hut rumeinber that it is a mans soul and not his pocket book which goes to heaven You can get on without riches if need be but you cannot get on without a clean conscience Make money but do not worship it Pay a good prlco for itbut not more than it is worth Houest dollars hurt no one but dishonest gains aro a consuming fire N Y Herald P SHACKLETT President wssBsMm W Douglas One HARDINSBURG KY Mountain Girls Record The possibilities of what a mouutaln IS THE BEST girl can do Is the following claim mado Vs OsllWlsat NO SQUEAKING for ono who lives upon tho East Ken Â¬ 5 CORDOVAN FRENCH ENAMEUDCALr tucky I tul I road near Willard From 4 5p FINE CAlfKAN6AR0a April 1 to June 1 this year alio planted 435PP0LICE3SOLES thiee acres of potatoes did nil the cook- Â¬ ing and sewing for tho family milked Hk four cowf fed tho calves ami pigs and BoysSchodlShoes chickens shot threo polecats and four LAT3IES chickeu hawkB set the dogs on eighteen tramps attended thirteen dances and three picnics read tivo dime novels and SEND FOR CATALOGUE sat up four nights In tho weok with her WLDOUGLAS beau and yet we often hear the question BROCKTON ATA33 You can sutc monrr by purchualug V L asked What la there for women to do Douglas bhncs Winchester Democrat Because we are the largest manufacturers of Q1 CUniT L 1 2l 3nicoU ELECTROPOISE OURBS DISEASE Tho Eleetropolso gavo mo complete relief from excruciating pain in threo applications I also find it good for treat- Â¬ ing children for their numerous ail- Â¬ O T Soden with llridgeford ments Co Louisville Ky Mr G W Flint of Skylight Ky says I suffered for years with my kidneys Inflammation of the bladder and enlatgement of tho prostata gland After u short trial of tho Klectropoise I am entirely relieved and feel twenty years younger I havo doilved more benefit lioin tho use of Eleetropolso than from all other I think it tho remedies combined grandest invention of tho ago It cau Mrs M E notbopnlsed to Highly August -- 0 Gorman Sudleville K John II Davis Esq of llarboiirsvillt Tho Electroiwlso is tho best all Ky round doctor I know of My wife sufÂ¬ fered from effects of la grippu for boveral yeure also a complication of other ail ments Now pIiu is cnliruly well In digestion bothered me u great deal am now well One of my neighbors Is using it for lung trouble and reports Improve Â¬ ment As a curative ajjint tho Elcciropolse can not bo equaled Nearly 1000 have been put out from this olllco in tho last months DU BOISE ft WEBB Loulsvlle Ky 600 Fourth Avenue Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TASLERSnif V BUCK EYE riflllJ OINTMENT CURES NOTHING CUT PILES I advertised shoes In the world and guarantee the value by stamping the name aim price ou the bottom which protects you against high prices and the middlemans profits Our shoes equal custom work In style easy filling and wearing qualities We have them sold every where at fower prices For the value given than any other make Take no substitute IF your dealer canuot supply you we cau Sold by S L SULZEP Cloverport Ky M C McGLOTHLAH CO Union Star Ky and CERTAIN CURE 10 yoars as tho BEST REMEDY fcr PILES SOX1 ISY AIl UltTJaOIfiTS uxs louij A SURE known for Agents Wanted SOLICITING FOR minitTBinAsrcciT cclct Lovings Protective AND KTClaHVH bTa in r Collection Agency THIS IS NO HUMBUG srsiWH t MAN KY CAN I OnTAlN A PATENT V For prompt answer and an honest opinion write to M II N N A CO wbo bare had nearly 1U17 rears experlenoo to tho patent buslnra Communloa A lllllliltiuuU o In tloiisstrlcUrconfldcntlal Toraiatlon oonouruluir Intrnls and how to ob Â¬ tain them sent free Also a catalogue of ineohao leal aod sclentlno books sent free ratenta taken through Mutm X Co reoelra special notice In the SelMitlllc Amerlrnii and thus are brought widei before the puhliowlth out ooat to the Inrentor This splondld paper Issued -- eeilr elegantly Illustrated hu br far the larves circulation of any sclontiao work In Urn wjinu juw cuuiiiuu vouiM aent irve nuiuiiug IHIIUU HIIHIUT SUMS JCUr DinfflB plea J cents Kverr number anntalns han Iful plates Ill colors and pholoyrsphs of new louses wiiu plana enabling builders to show the test deatiroji and secure ountraou Address alUMN A Co Mw Yuan UiioauwAT W COPYRIGHTS BIG PAY TO THE HearJquarler RIGHT s BOWLINE GREEN t 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