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TFfTVTV - it mTTT JL JL J m Jk BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPCmT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1894 TOBINSPORT Warm and dusty Hugh Weatherholt Isguing lohiuo a drive well Tobin Leaf is taking music lessons over lu Cloverport Q K Gravis ami son Tobin VOL XIX I int NO 8 DEATHJY FIRE Hundreds otTmpIo Burnod in Mln- nosota Caught and Cremated as Though in a Furnaco Town of Hlnckloy and Its Citizens Dostroyod Sought to Escapo by Flight to tho Swamps A Railroad Train Runs Into tho Burning Forost and is Set Afiro by Flying Embers RACE WITH THE FLAMES Minn Sept 2 Tho forest Ires tlintnro sweeping Minnesota linve caused nn awful loss of life tho full ex tent of which cannot bo known for sev- Â¬ eral days and perhaps not for weeks Tho town of Hinckley Minn about half way between this city and Dtihith la tljjj worst snilerer but many towns in that vicinity have been burned A passenger train which approached Hinckley and nns compelled to back five miles on account of tho flames caught firo from Hying embers and was consum- Â¬ ed The passengers took refuge in a swamp but wero there made prisoners by the lire A few of the passengers secured a hand car and made tho run through the burning town They were badly burned They describe tho scenes as sad in tho extreme A special o the lioiieer Press from 1ino City Minn biijs that the i stitnuto of tho dead is as follows Hinckley 200 Sandstone hi Sandstono Junction 27 Pokegama 25 Skunk Lake 20 Miscellaneous 30 Total 5T5 Tho walls of the schoolhouse tho iron fence about the town hall property tho bank vault and ono absolutely uninjured outhouso is all that is left to mark tho sito of Hinckley whoro yesterday stood a ecoro of store buildings and a dozen times as many dwelling houses THE J1UHNINO 01 HINCKLEY St 1aui Tho train pulled o and succeeded in ultimately reaching Dulutli Thlneir cuiiistaiicc while fortunate In n degree lliat cannot bo estimated has inado tho confusion greater for it is not known who scaped m this way and many peo ple aro repotted dead who may bo in safety Had not this number of people largely women and children left tho doomed city when they did the loss of life would have increased in a geometri- Â¬ cal ratio for their presence would have added immeasurably to tho subsequent confusion About tho samo hour the accomoda- Â¬ tion train on the Hinckley and St Cloud branch left for tho latter placo with about 25 passengers Its path lay direct Â¬ ly across the path of tho firo and their situation spcedly became desperato Tho tits wero burning tho rails were warping and tho trestles wero sagging under the train The smoko had increas ed so that tho engineer was helpless Ho could not see the train behind him ISurniug trees lay across thti track and wero being tossed aside by the engine Suddenly tho track gavo way and tho train toppled oil to one side No ono was injured and they pressed on to Poke gama Station a few rods ahead Dut a few feet in front of tho engine was discovered a gorge 0 feet wide and 40 feet deep whero tho trestlo had been burning away They succeeded in reach Â¬ ing tho clearing at the station aud escap Â¬ ed with a few burns and bruises There wero burned along the track however four or five people including Dr Ktsl cy of Now Brighton who had como up to look after his b other 450 or moru people out just alu ad of the I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DHATII IN TUB SHAMP -- 4 I W Ju Tho story of tho rastastrophe which wiped out tho material possessions that had made Hinckley n busy prosperous little city is a short one Tho town was built of wood Tho schoolhouse erected lost year at a cost of 100000 and one half tho Dulutli roundhouse were the only brick structures in tho city My oyjTof those peculiar freaks for which theft is no accounting tho Eastern Min- Â¬ nesota round house und water tank on tho southwestern edge of tho town almost in tho woods escaped tho Utiles a circumstance tho more remarkable from tho fact that it stood directly in tho path of the Humes which seem to have jump Â¬ ed it as cleanly as if playing leap frog All yesterday forenoon the townspeo Â¬ ple wore appiehensive Tho smoko toll- Â¬ ing up from tho gojith told a story unmis- Â¬ takably plain to those accustomed to a wooded country Tho Ire kept advanc- Â¬ ing fanned by the wind which wasblow ing n galo About 11 oclock tho firo company got out their englno and laid an 1800 foot lino of hose to tho eoutli crn outskirts of the town The hose was all too shorter the measure of protect- Â¬ ion desired and a telegram was sent to Hush City for mora Five hundred feet was sent but it never reached Hinckley Tho main part of the villiago lips in tho North Fork made by tho crossing of tho Dulutli on eastern tracks the latter to tho east and the former to tho west On tho west side of tho Dulutli tracks woio a few small houses belonging to tho railway employes Tho firemens atten Â¬ tion wks directed to keeping tho Ire away from them as tho main business part of tho city was built in solidly just across the trackB About i oclock in tho afternoon the lire literally jumped into tho town Its approach was not gradual It did not cat its way along devouring everything in its path but caino in lingo leaves as if to overtake everything lleoing from it and then burned back at its leasure It ivhBcrlbed by thoso who witnessed its onward progress at Hinckley and else whero as if it woro forced along by cy clones of its own generation The in Â¬ tense heat would develop a veritable whirlwind of llamo that actually twisted oil poplar trees several inches in thick Â¬ ness and carried huge blazing firebrands high in tho air and carrying them for- Â¬ ward for from 40 to 80 rods to fall mid 1 gin the work of devastation anew Â¬ Â¬ Tho people who wero left hi tho city wore in what seemed to bo an almost hopeless condition Egress by tho only means of transportation that could hopo to distance tho swiftly advancing lames was out of tho question Tho men had heeli fighting tho fire for hours and tho women and children wero in a tmnic stickcti condition Many of them wero of the igticrant of tho population for a very largo perccntago of the peoplo who got out on the Great Northern Itallroad class wero of tho more intelligent Horses weio harnessed to buggies and Women and children were wagons hurriedly loaded In soino cases at Â¬ tempts were made to carry of some houshold goods but in most instances tho peoplo had no thought for aught but their lives Probably 200 of them left town on foot or in vehicles plunging into tho woods to tho north across tho Grindstone river which skirts the town on tho north They wero literally fleeing before tho pursuing demon of firo Over the hill that rises beyond tho Grindstone is a swamp and to this most of tho peoplo with teams headed but it proved no protection Tho fire gave thorn no opportunity to go further Somo abandoned their teams and ran in- Â¬ to the lower portions of the morass but tho fire sought them out Not ono was left to tell tho tale and thero this morn- inp in a space of a little more than fivo acres wero counted ovr 130 corpses There were many families of fivo six and soven and thero they lay tho man generally a little in advance the mother surrounded by her little ones cut off by tho most horrible of deaths Nearly ail the bodies woro nudo tho firo having burned every vestige of their clothing and blackened and charred many of tho corpses beyond recognition and where whole families wero wiped out as they were and some of the bodies completely incinerated identification is absolutely out of the question Thoso who fled to tho north on foot followed tho Dulutli track and so rapid was tho progress of the bmes that many of them wero actually burned as they y for a dis- Â¬ led falling on tho tance of three miles or more Nearly 30 bodies were recovered along here right-of-wa- to furnish material for tilling up tho ap ade There were six of these women In proach to tho companys hildgo across all They escaped to therher hut three the Grindstone and at other points oil its returned to carry out a trunk and were line To tho fact that it had been used overtaken by tho lUmcs for this purpose almost to its exhaustion Near Skunk Lake was found n family about n hundred lllnckleyltis owe t lit ir consisting of father mother and seven Tho whole area Indicated had children Of another family in which lives been excavated to a depth hi tho center thero were fivo children only tho father of 30 or 40 feet Thero was n stagnant escaped pool of rain water in tho center three There was a settlement of about 30 The pit was people near this lake and but two are feet at tho greatest depth wide and deep and to it lied thoso of the known to bo alive citizens who wero willing to trust to its 8AVK1 IIV MIRACLES friendly depths There wore probably a Marvelous escapes wero numerous hundred of them It was really tho eafo John II Anderson started out by team est placo about Hinckley Hero they with His wifo and three children Just remained for hours while tho smoko and across tho river tho horses woro over- Â¬ lames from tho burning city rolled over come by tho smoko They left tho wag Â¬ their heads They dashed water over on and started oil on foot quickly be- Â¬ each other and covered their heads with coming separated Tho father mother Ono and the daughter Emily died in tho wet cloths to prevent suffocation unknown man succumbed to smoke fell swamp Charles and his littlo in tho water and was drowned Others brother struggled for tho Dulutli of tho citizens sought refuge in tho track The latter fell in a ditch and was Grindstono river under tho abutments too exhausted to rise Ho lay thero nil of tho two railway bridges and nt tho night and this morning made his way to foot bridge tho truck finding the dead body of his Tho exact number cannot bo known brother hut a few foot from whero ho ns they were scattered along n consider Â¬ had been saved Tho other daughter able stretch of tho little stream That was ou the eastern train to Dulutli many escaped and somo wero drowned Ono family consisting of a nan his is well known Mrs Martinson and her wifo and four little children and tho four littlo babes wero taken drowned wifes brother crawled out on a boom in from the water this morning as pitiful the river where they remained all night a sight as mans eyo ever witnessed They made their way to Hinckley this In the meantlmo Hinckley was burn afternoon aud came down to Pino City ing with tho utmost rapidity and in a where they now are none tho worse for few hoursjnothing was left but ruins their experience The total loss to tho city will exceed A few miles below Hinckley stands 1000000 with a comparatively light in- Â¬ the miracle of the tiro a claim shanty surance belonging to Frank Batimchcr tho AS NIOIIT CAMK Dulutli section foreman It was covered As night closed in tho peoplo began to with ragged builders paper and present- Â¬ como out from their hiding places aud ed a most inviting opportunity for the made their way over tho hot embers of lames which ragid close about it on their city They wero absolutely dazed all sides Thero it Btands uninjured by tho catastrophe and tho night was Tho paper is not even scorched In the spent in an endeavor to find relatives or samo vicinity stands a grove of twisted Comniun poplar trees almost stripped of their ascertain their whereabouts ication with the outer world was cut oil branches an evidence of the cyclonic forhours as completely as If they wero peculiarity of the fire on a desert island Tho firo had spent CASKETS AND IlNK COKF1N8 its force but tho air was filled with About 4 oclock this afternoon the smoke through which gleamed tho dull work train from St Paul reached Hinck- Â¬ blozo of smoldering firo in tho more sub- ley with Undertaker OHalloran and his stantial stock of goods Tho hugo heaps 32 caskets Ho went quickly to work of coal which marked tho location of tho upon tho 31 corpses beside tho track Dulutli coal sheds wero blazing and by A closo description of these bodies was the fitful light peoplo wandered about kept and every fragment of clothing picking out the places where but six jewelry and anything elso that could hours before their happy homes had lead to identification was carefully pre- Â¬ stood served Tho work progressed rapidly Tho fact that so many had escaped by and by evening tho bodies were all wrap Â¬ train added to the anxiety of thoso ped up and and laid away in tho caskets whoso friends and relatives wero not to and returned to Pino City A last odort bo found while it furnished at tho same to identify them will bo made in the time n basis for hope that they wero in morning Â¬ Â¬ VOKc -THE PROCTER A ato hal Â¬ ing hay and straw Miss Corda Connor ha3 returned to her homo near Derby Mrs G 11 Shore has returned to her home In Louisville Mr Everctte Cockerel is going to Frankfort to school Dr David White of Stephensport is visiting his parents at this place Mrs Kato Ackerman and family of Home wero visiting Tom Leaf last week Quito a number of young folks from this place went to Tar Springs Sunday week Mr C C Whitehead homo on a vacation has work in Kansas Mr Samuel ltice of and Miss Allco McGrcn tJiliOAP 99o PURE bONT ACCEPT IMITATIONS CINTI b GAMBLE CO The Old Reliable Firm GEO YEAKEL CO Has again made preparations for buying an Itmnenso who has been returned to his Tar Fork Ky were united in marriage Sunday week Tho ME church has peen repaired and looks very nice Davo stays with it We will offer now all tho same since it Is finished Hoosior Brown Cotton for the un heard of price Bubo Halkins still wears his straw hot I wonder what ho will do without it this Empire Challies worth 7J our prico winter I suppose get a felt ono just like Ono lot wove illling Dress Goods it worth 10 and 15c our prico In all thatgoes to strengthen and build 24 sheets good note paper up tho system weakened by disease and 12 Lead pencils for pain Ayers Sarsaparilla Is the superior 4 papers tacks medicine It neutralizes tho poisons left Good purse worth 15c for in tho system after diphtheria and scar- Â¬ Good heavy blacking brush worth let fever and restores tho debilitated 2ocfor patient to perfect health and vigor To please any ono in variety To accommodate our big trade we have pur chased very heavy from over stocked factories wo will bo nblo to bo tho leaders in low prices SInco the tariff question has been settled Dry Goods will bo higher our prices will bo lower Â¬ FALL STOCK J c c i Be 5 c 10i Clothes brush for V Corsets 21c Fancy Ginghams worth 12Jc our 2c price fceo our picture frames for 25c 50c and OSc Ono lot silk finished Suspenders One lot II 5 c woith25cfor If you need Clothing it will pay you to see us vSs invite you to visit us 15c Be 5 c 0c G ive Natures Poet Emmktt Looan liko nature as it is down in his neck of the woods intimates that he only allows a slight inter- Â¬ mission between drinks and that as tho lino crops of corn and vegetables stand so docs he stand a swift witness to the recurrent kindness of heaven Emmktt always combines somo chasto lay with tho birth and death of Bpring orsummer Ho plants tho laughing soil with tho ver nal bloom of his spring fancy and the gadding melodies of his eternal madrigals Veritably does ho partake In the rejoicing of nature with heaven and earth Without loads of weather Em mutt would bo without poetry We have much reason to ho thankful for the weather Yo Gods Olympian let her rain ouco more and give Emmktt another chance Palo not the glories of his fairy strains nor in tho glowing cave of his capacious brain tho Aladdin lamp of genius put out by sending anymore drouths It is only when it rains that wo enjoy tho wondrous touch of this real poet soaring iu tho high reason of his fancies with his garland and singing robes about him who always in circumstances liko these acquits himself of such notes as drew iron tears down Plutos grimy cheeks Covington Commonwealth Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ us a look we wil do tlie rest GEO YEAKEL CO BRANDENBURG KY r WE ARE SOLE AGENTS IN THIS COUNTY FOR THE SALE sSsVX 1 OF THE safety When the morning broko a few ener gctiu spirits began to organize the work of the recovery of the bodies J W Sargent a passenger conductor on tho Dulutli road got into Hinckley during tho night and he organized a volunteer crow which manned two hand cars whoso capacity was Increased by tho uso of a plauk They wont up tho Dulutli track to tho north and picked up 31 bodies between tho river and Skunk Iike Tho bodies were wrapped up in blankets and such clothing as could be obtained and laid out by tho side of the track whero the depot had stood Hero also wero brought tho two littlo sons of Tom Henderson Sandy and Johnny tho corpses of Mrs Martinson aud her four children Mrs Blanchard and her two children who were burned to death just abovo the Dulutli round- Â¬ house and the man Lambeson who was ouid near tho Martinson party Citizen volunteers harnessed up tho available vehicles saved in the gravel pit and went out to the swamp across They brought in 10 tho Grindstone bodlts which wero carried out to the desolate burying ground a mllo east of town A HOimilllG 1IUIUAI TIIOSK WHO RKMAIN1EI Some of the foremost of the escaping citizms met Dulutli train coming in from the north It was duo at Hinckloy at 405 Engineer Jim Hoot was at tho Ho stopped tho train and took throttle on board about 135 of tho refugees who crowded into tho train completely filling it for it hail a passenger list almost as By this time the woods wero large blazing on each sldo of the track and as the engineer reversed his engine and started back the cars cracked in tho heat Hoot ran the train back about three miles to Skunk Lake and the peoplo es- Â¬ caped from the burning cars to the water Tho people who remained in Hinckley fared the best of all Tho Eastern Min Â¬ nesota tracks mark the eastern edge ol tho city proper Just beyond tho road ow n n tract of laud embracing at least 10 It was purchased for n gravel pit iicicb THE SUAUJXT There tiro a dozen vriUl known liver pllU but only une no effective that it can he guarun toed to give sutlsfuc tlou or tho money bo refunded Dr Mcrces IS TUR BUST r EOMK KSCAIS IIV TUAIN 4 Tim firo first struck Hinckley on the cast shlj of tho Dulutli track and tho bravo firelighters for tho first time gave up tho iintiiiial battle and already too lato in many instances turned their at tention to their personal safety -- Vrhe ISwtorn Mitim sota train from the south had just come in and tho people of the panic stricken town locked to it for safety A number of box cats wero coupled on and filled and covered with Some wore men women and children lure headed some were coatlew some few clutched a pitiful bundle of the more precious of their portablo nomwlons Children Families were separated joined the throng and left parents In all there wm a motley erqwd of about Â¬ lloiiBaiit PtlloU are smaller but better than the huge okl tWiluaeu ugeuU are retlnul and concoHiraieu Every one suiters at or some time Liuus awl Wck rtuiurvu WHJ If vou take Tbose Pel- - stipatton Imilirestlon In other from Con urtil way without sboclc- a ho- Jng the system TNvrd easy to carry because ttuty are put up In little gUss vials Theyre ttMetMiipi because euarnatetal to give sat IstaeMoH fUnMinbrtuat Dr Marctfs Fellas are pltatant to take viuimt lu aetton Jr-ftfi e esfsjit sTswii ws lit hihmI issmI yen solve the problem of goad fceHi andI good Uvtng act l Hour Btoiuacu Jltllousncmi Jill- UeadAcbfea Youre cureil of these trouble I P IV let are easy to take and Thero was neither time nor opportun- Â¬ ity to observe the sacred formalities Tho excito usually surrounding death inunt of tho occasion the horrible ex Â¬ perience through which the living had passed and tho mora horrible form in which death had como to tho lost had temporarily blunted the finer sensibili Â¬ ties and tho dead wero heaped high on the wagons and laid in piles at the cem- Â¬ etery among tho smoking embers and stumps that surrounded Gods aero It was a grow some sight Dr D W Cowan tho coroner who was hero there and everywhere in gen Â¬ eral supervision directed the digging of of two hugii pits 21 by VI feet in which the interment will he made to morrow Ono of tho saddest features of the cal- Â¬ amity is tho Impossibility of identifica tion in such a largo proportion of the cases The 0i bodies brought into this point were examined by many of tho surviving retidents of Hinckley aud but four could be identified Charles Ander Â¬ son Axel Hanson Dennis Hiley and Mrs Wm Ginder Tho balance will liavo to bo buried together In the indefiniteness of tho arrange Â¬ ments and it seemed Impossible other Â¬ wise under tho circumstances due regard was not paid to a proper separate pre Â¬ servation of articles found ou the bodies and tho last chance of identificatiqn was lost Those who brought in the bodies from the swamp reported that there were at least 35 other bodies out there which cannot be brought iu until morning Out ou tho government road to tho east was found the Best family of six persons father mother and four child Â¬ ren Best was a prosperous farmer liv- Â¬ ing just out of town Here also were re Â¬ covered the bodies of the three unfor- Â¬ tunate creatures who lived at the stock Â¬ Â¬ General Manager Miller atan early hour yester- Â¬ day morning and whoso labors had been as efficient as indcfatiablc sent up a car load of lumber and h force of carpenters who went to work knocking together rough boxes which will be used as far as possible at the cemetery A party of Hinckley people consisting of M L Elsemoro of thoBrenuan Lumb Â¬ er Company Prof Collins of tho Hinck- Â¬ ley schools and others was fishing at Grindstone Lake Thoy were out in n skifT but woro warned of the approach of the fire by tjio noise which was liko that of a cyclone They ran into the shore at the southwest end of the lake and warned n lot of settlers who wero back in tho woods getting together a party of about 18 down by the lake The firo struck the lake at their end ran along tho shoro about half a milo and then jumped the lake in a diagonal di- Â¬ rection at a point whero it was not less than a mile across Mr Elsomore says the firo went across that distonco in two bursts of lame with lightning rapidity This illustrates as well as anything tho way in which the fire progressed At the other end of the lako was a lumber camp whero tho men had n battcau BeCweon 20 and 30 settlors woro rescued in this boat Assistant who arrived hero i i f fix Y aSA 35rE VITT J M j fy Quality and Purity Unexcelled Itecommend ed by leading physi Â¬ cians in Chicago Mr Charles L Kahler a prominent shoo merchant of Des Moines Iowa had quite a serious tlmoofit Ho took such a severe cold that he could hardly talk or navigate but tho prompt use of Chamberlains Cough Itemcdy cured him of his cold so quickly that others at tho hotel who had J 0 BOURNE bad colds followed his oxamplo and half n dozen persons ordered it from the nearest drug store Thoy wero profuse in their thanks to Mr Kahler for telling BOURNE them how to euro a bad cold so quickly For sale by A It FishorCloverportKy Ilardlns Board and Klncholoo burg Ky Whilo jW l A Wholesale and lletall DlUKgikti BRANDENBURG KY j HARPER DANIEL BROOKS HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVILl F BEATS BEATS THhm BOURBON STOCK YARDS TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER BOWLING GREEN KY Peculiar to Itself Hoods Sarsaparilla is peculiar to itself in a strictly medicinal sense in three important particulars viz first in tho combination of remedial agents used second iu the proportion In which they aro mixvd third in tho process by which tho activo curative properties of These the preparation are secured three important points make Hoods Sarsaparilla peculiar in its medicinal merit as it accomplishes cures hitherto unknown But it is not what wo say but what Hoods Sarsaparilla does that tolls the What Hoods Sarsaparilla has story done for others is reason for confidence that it is the medicine for you A Quick Revival year ago Edward Atkinson one of our clearest sighted observeis of trade und production predicted that when ob Â¬ stacles were removed our revival from the panic of 1803 would ho rapid beyond any precedent to be found hi hUory of other depressions Mr Atkinsons last article dors not re Â¬ new tho prophecy in bo ninny words but It recites the industrial pow urn which will enable us to illicitly restore activity and prosperity Signs of tho times confirm the predic- Â¬ tion Scarcely was the turUr hill passed wheuqnlera began to pour in on the manufactures and wholesalers Tho peo plo as a mass have bet n saving and work Iuk during the past year There is plen Â¬ ty of ambitious labor in the country and plenty of materials for it to work upon Commerce will be more active than ever of investments made in the per Â¬ iod between 1885 and 1810 will begin now after their term of trial to bo profit able Our revival will astonish the rest of tho world The stride the Unltod Slates are about to take will be the longest on record We have the vitality and we have been In hard training St Louis Republic A Â¬ ONE MANAGEMENT SOUTHERN NEATS Mill Business CollesQ BOWLING SARSAPARILLA BEST BLOOD PTJBIIXEB oemwm ESTABLISHED IN Norma Schoo si 1073 IN TIIIJ WORXD Compounded of natures great est curative herbs Successful for 20 years in the cure of all diseases arising from impuro blood Ask for Neats and take no other Â¬ GREEN BUSINESS COLLEGE I SOUTHERN NORMAL SCHOOL Teachers an J CUssIc Tho treat DusIneM Training School ol the South I Kncllih bricntitic Dook kecplnf Music Art anil Hlncution provided Short hand Telegraphy Type 1 Coures bend for Pupils can enter at I or Low rates of board and tultlun Writing and Penmanship catalogue any time Send for catalogue GIIERttY BROS rropn Bowling Green Ky tS Montlon Gourso dsslroil Address Neats Sarsaparilla is for salo by A R FISHER Druggist Clovurpart Ky - yXFAT PEOPLEx X inm PEEDY and LASTING KESTJXT j johnson i riiHMONT MEDIOAI CO MOST IN QUANTITY IrU o Ws GUARANTEE - 0 U10J ABDOUISfl SIWeiD CURE or rsrund our montr SOO par bottle Stnd 4c for tmfllS Boston BESTINQUALIT from any Injurious tubtunce imJ tess Moss ISSSSSMMSflSSIBMKwaaniHUWaauan SEND YOUR TouisyIlle Ky nvwiaMH Straw and Felt Hats To bo colored and re shaped lo 7 in West FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS Dr Prices Crm Bklg PswtUr Worlii Pair Ulaliiit fnrvsysj - fllalniw v Wn nVWVv Ma41 bvsbbbw TV W Has led all WORM Remedies EVERY I0TTLE IUAMNTEED S0IB HIT Atl DHUSSIST KH1SM MMCIIK ST WORMS vermifuge 20 WHITES CREAM FOR YEARS -MM Jefferson Street LOUISVILLE KY V Try Babbage s 50c Shirt - Ssj p -VBRfv m - iiiiw i mUmm mumiwi L Mfrftwww rvmfW m - VT ffrav 4 e iV In THEl BREGKKNRIDGH 1801 NETOTS BRANDENBURG GLOYERPORT KY profitable reading shows tho sweetness and unconsciously perhaps she takes up life and mako it as fruitful as thoso of the noble models held up for Iter emulation Lay asldo tho highly spiced romantic stories ot run away marriagos impossible heroines and thrilling experiences and read of Wo tho higher nobler lessons of life should choose a book more car fully than a companion for written sentences aro more lasting than spoken words We havo no aristocracy on this sldo of tho great expanso of water savo that aristoc- Â¬ racy ot intellect and our boys and tlrls should bear it In mind Money is a mighty lever but ltdont bring character nor make happiness General informa- Â¬ tion is so lacking wlthlmanyof the young people Reading alono will bring it and I believe proper reading learns us more of tho right application of words than text hooks and that by reading we get at the correct uso of prefixes and sufÂ¬ fixes better than out of dictionaries and Towns Analysis that is taking it for granted we read for instruction and not mero pastime Reading certainly aids in brightening ones conversational powers and not only contributes to otheis pleasure but is a vast source ot solace to onesell If you havent had tho advantage ot a good school make it up by self improvement Tho long nights will soon be upon us yon can ac- Â¬ complish wonders this winter if you will An interesting subject was sprung in Sabbath school last Sunday What is water baptism Miss Lula Lewis threw somo original thoughts on Tho sub- Â¬ ject Ethelel Cheary took issue and the discussion was lively and instructive Lula has a level head and has clear forcible reasoning powers while Ethelel Isnt far behind her and is well posted We do not merely get our lessons and go to Sunday school to recilo them wo go to exchange ideas hear eacb others views and thus be mutually benefitted Dont bo afraid to ask questions Daniel Webster was proverbial for asking ques- Â¬ tions of overy day llfo HON BRECKENRIDGE Jno D V NEWS 0 Bllg Edltori and Proptlttri 12 WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER Year la AdTnoe Sabicrlptton Prlet 8100 If Paid ftt the End of trm Year S12S SIX PAGES Roukrt J paced a milo in 202 12 nt Indianapolis Thursday TitEtiK was only eight Inches ot water In tho Ohio river at Pittsburg last week Tits lion W L Wilson tho tariff re form man has gone to Europe for his health No person under tho ago ot twenty ono will hereafter bo enlisted in the regular U 8 army Gun John 11 Gordon who is deliver- Â¬ ing his great lecture through tho south on tho last days of tho Confederacy came out of tho war a poor man ly sotno means ho became interested in tho building of ono or two big railroads in tho south and Boon got very rich Ho tli on went to Congress Ho is better known in politics as ono of the men on tho Democratic side who favored the selection ot tho soven to eight commis- Â¬ sion that counted Tilden out ot the Gov John Young Drown presidency and Col Henry Watterson wero members ot Congress at tho samo tlino and voted as Gordon did for tho commission They did it too over the protest ot their Democratic colleagues who inpleadcd them not to lend themselves to any such a scheme HARDIN8BURG lH OOI HO W TIME TABLE VIST AST Pkinngtr Dally rr llardlniburKUill pm OOIKO Paiiangar Daily arr City State ok OhioCountyok Toledo Lucas Frank J Cheney makes oath that he Tub Republicans of Montana havo do is the senior partnor of tho firm of F J clared for tho frco coinage ot silver nt tho Cheney k Co doing business in tho City of Toledo County and Stato afore ratio of 10 to said and that said firm will pay tho sum Tub worlds output ot wheat for 1804 of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each is estimated at 2470000000 bushels as and every case of Catarrh that cannot against 2270000000 for 1893 be cured by tho uso of Halls Catarrh FRANK J CHENEY Cuiib tllO low price of NoTWlTIIBTANlltNO Sworn to bofore me and subscribed In wheat farmers in this section are prcpar my presence this 0th day of December ing for a bigger crop than ever 1 A D 1880 The Republicans in Vermont increased their plurality by 0000 in tho stato election hold there last week Â¬ A W GLEASON seal Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally Tub Republicans are organizing in and acts directly on tho blood and mu- Â¬ every school district in this county cous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials freo What are the Democrats doing F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Wk dont know what asuirering public 6SySold by Druggists 75c would do if it wasnt for Bob Tierce He HOLT furnishes coal in the winter ice in the summer and keeps ice water on tap free W A Smith went to Hawesvillo Tues the year round day Tub Populists wero badly knocked out Zieh Hardin spent last week in Bran- Â¬ They fail denburg down in Arkansas last week cd to carry a singlu county in the state Mrs Hattio Smith lias gone to PittsThe Republicans likewise wero not in it burg Pa the Democrats carrying everything The potato crop here will be almost an Duns report of trade throughout the entire failure Willie Birch of Rhodelia was in town country for tho past week gives a hoptui higii for better times When the fall ono day last week trade fairly opens there will bo more Frank Carter of Webster was hero a money and more business for everybody few days lost week J E Black arid W A Smith went to Tub Louisiana Sugar Democrats are Hardiusburg Monday about to make n bolt Well tho Demo W E Minor mid D S Burks attended cracy is opposed to trusts and if tho sug ar kings cant put up with our manner of the picnic nt Ilnwcsvillo Saturday Miss Suslo Mattlngly of Balltown making laws they are at liberty to hunt Bpent Sunday at Mr R S Carters a place more congenial Miss Ella Popham of Cloverport was The fight for Congiess in Breeken tho guest of Miss Mary Carter last week ridges district coiiicb oil next Saturday Mo3t all of the tobacco in this section It has probably been the most remark will be cut and housed by the 20th of able race and one made under the most this month remarkable circumstances of any that M II Fontaine wife and children ever c ecu red in tho state before spent Sunday with tier parents Mr and Mrs V Hardin SrBAKEit Crisp and Hoke Smith are Miss Dorcas Black of Stephensport is waking up the Democrats in tho south visiting her uncle and aunt Mr and In a two hours speech at Atlanta they Â¬ Â¬ but Is improving Miss Ellen Dowdon returned to Louis- Â¬ Mr Lawrence Miller is on tho sick list Mr Krccmcr tho baker Is qulto sick ville last Saturday again Mies Jen Hiifdiii is visiting Miss Rlien from Washington of Iryington Mr Joel Pito was here Saturday Glcndenno Yandell Hay is visiting Ids aunts Mrs Miss Lula Vessels has returned from Hcrndon and Mrs Martin Owensboro G II Casperke and wife spent several Call and sco Julian Brown when you days In Louisvillo last week come to town Miss Annio Fontaino spent last week If anybody wants saw milling done with Mrs Blancho Fontaino call on Julian Brown Eugene Fontaino will leave this week Mr Dave Hardin has acceped a clerk- Â¬ for San Franslsco to enter school ship with J A Witt Little Suslo Lee Ditto is with her aunt Mies Annio Jones ot Big Spring is Miss Susio Richardson at Garfield visiting hero this week Chas Nevitt is ono of the faculty at Mr Law boh Hook has gone to Louis- Â¬ Ceclllan College and instructs in short Â¬ hand villo to look out for a job Miss Bettie Clarksou after a visit to Louis- Â¬ About Blxtcen persons went to relatives hero has left for Elizabethtown ville lHBt Saturday from this place Mr Gcorgo Hook is building a largo for tho Fair Mr and Mrs Andrew Fairleigh havo tobacco barn on his place near hero Mrs Fair II Gardner lias returned from Lou- Â¬ gone to Pennsylvania to see J lelghs parents isvillo with a large stock of fall goods Mr and Mrs J M Clark of Louis- Â¬ The Hardinsburg Normal College op Â¬ ville wero guests of Mr and Mrs James week with a good attendance ened last LowIb this week Miss Jaklo Owen Glendeane was vis-Â¬ Mrs Joe Woolfolk has been with her iting Miss Eva Heston a few days sinco son S P Woolfolk who is recovering Mrs Shawler of Addison was tho from typhoid fever gust of her sister Mrs Allen last week Miss Pearlo Ditto returned from Clo- Â¬ Como in and ask tho price you will verport very much indisposed and her fall down when you hear It E E Sut- Â¬ fever to day continues ton Como to Sunday School next Sunday You ntention is called to the new drug nt tho Methodist church wo will have store advertisement which nppeara else Â¬ several musical instruments and good where singing Step in at Julian Browns and try one Misses Willie Moorman Inco Raw of his lunches with a glass ot Polks crab lings and Mr and Mrs Tom Moorman cider visited Judge Rawlings family last We havo the biggist bundle of bargains week in jowelry we ever offered T O Lewis D W Lewis and littlo Lena ex Â¬ llarllmW 7i40 ara Mr R P Woolfolk is still convalescing Mrs James Bland is in Ellzibcthtown for the Fair Mrs Y L Neafus has bien quite sick FALL SEASON 1894 rarasgmmBs bo As Ever in the Lead Hundreds of yards New Dress Goods Thousands of yards of Cottons Prints Ginghams Laces w Just Arrived From the Looms of the largest manufacturers in the country Bought Direct from First hands Bought in Large Quantities Bought for Spot Cash We are in a position to offer t Co Mrs Hon John W Lewis met with a warm reception here Monday from tho Re Â¬ publicans Born to the wifo of Gerarl Forte Bewleyvillo September 2 a girl Emma Hardaway Miss Mary Bowmer left last Saturday for Ashland Ky where sho goes to teach school Mr Horace Allen wants to sell 38 acres of land near tho Cool Spring Apply to Gardner returned to Barboursvillc Ky lubt Saturday to re Â¬ sume her school You cannot know what Is in the jowelry market until you have Inspected our stock T C Lewis Co E E Sutton of Louisville came down Saturday in the interest of his drugstore which he has just opened You can get nt Julian Browns all kinds of fresh mid pure caudles nuts and fruits They are cheap too Wo havo brought the price marks down to a point that makes buying irresistible T C Lewis Co Remember you can buy your jowelry cheaper from us than from any other Co firm in the county T C Lewis Hon Chas lllanford thought Lewis speech a nailer Charlie himself has some ideas about fieo sugar and cheap Â¬ V G Babbagc Miss Annie L told what tho Democrats had done for the country and what It was able too do when it go squarely down to business Tub Democratic candidates are out with a list of appointments for speaking over the county It is some time yet until the election but It is well enough to begin tho light early There is enough to do to keep all bauds busy Up and at em boys J E Black Miss Ida Pute of Mattingly and Miss Maggie Aid of Cloverport visited friends hero Saturday and Sunday Mrs Pat Greenwood was thrown by a young horse last Sunday and received slight injuries in tho left shoulder Misses Ella Emma and Willie Aid Cloverport spent a few days last week with Miss Mary Weatherholt Hon John W Lewis of Washington wool county and Judge Johnson ot Marion Miss Eva Heston who has been quite The Supreme Lodge K of P has np county spent Sunday night with W A ill for some time has sufficiently recov- Â¬ proved the unaminous report of its coni ful Smith ered to be nblo to take charge of her mltteo recommending that saloon keep A halo of mystery surrounds tho Soda September is to bo another dry hot school ere bartenders and professional gamblers Folks and knowing folks Ash plant month so says our great and most reli- Â¬ bo declared ineligible to membership People have got to have drugs and the do say revelations will soon be disclosed This does not ailed those who are al able prophets Hicks and Foster tho more careful they are in buying tho and Syracuse wont be a clrcumetance or second ready members more certain we aro to get their trade more expressibly if not elegantly She Mr and Mrs W II Kyler son Floyd E E Sutton As soon as the bugle is wont be in it Lincoln Richards got in some very and daughter Delia ot Patesville visited Mr W E Haswell wlfo and child sounded wo forthwith proposo branch nice work on that paragraph of unintent the family of J II Weatherholt Friday Mrs E E Haswell ot Clrcleville Ohio railroad and electric lights a banquet ional misrepresentation which appeared and Saturday arrived here last Friday to visit Mr and and you all down in little Clover can iu the News a week or two ago Ho now Miss Maggie Rhodes of Irviugton and Mrs John P Haswell como up and take items if youll be nico stands right next to Lig and if any Â¬ Miss Tula Lewis of Cloverport were Some of tho Presbyterians seem to be about our progressive spirit thing good should happen to strlko visiting Misses Allie and Lillian Green- Â¬ in doubt concerning Mrs Wooselys Mrs Ike Owings and Miss MaryOwings Lig Lincoln will be right in it wood last week authority to preach the gospel But be of Wolf Creek wero visiting Mrs R II Mrs Minary and Mrs Caldwell that as it may we expect the old lady Nevitt last Friday Mqry spent an hour The death of Mr John B Lampton in Norton havo returned to Louisvillo after will uso her own pleasure about the mat- Â¬ or two with me which was a pleasure Louisvillo last Sunday removes from that a months stay with their parents Mr er truly Wo wero school mates and friends city one of tho brightest young news Â¬ and Mrs J G Stephens Tho Republicans wero in high feather and many a happy day havo I spent unpaper men In the state Mr Lampton Tho Greenwood Bros have a piece of Monday Why didnt they invito Mont- Â¬ der the hospitable roof of her parents was known to several persons in this creek bottom corn it is estimated will gomery to come here They knew that when wo wero all young and happy place ami at Hardiusburg He was at the latter place shortly after the Pulliam make 75 bushels per acre It Is the fin Â¬ they would hear quite a different story never having a care of what the future Mary is entirely He Is out had in store for us Miller tradgedy and wrote the full est field of corn I have Been this season Mr Lewis is n slick citizen consecrated to her Fathers causo and SI Pate Republican candidate for for votes particulars for tho Courier Journal at Sheriff Smith Waggoner Peoples party the time The following parties were hero isst ntul many wore tho comforting words candidate for County Judge and Owen Friday to attend tho funeral of Mrs she gavo me Co i Bonnet II Young paid a glowing Cunningham Republican candidate for Mattinely who died at Sample To day makes a memorable event iu Mrs tribute to the women of tho Bouth in his County Clerk gave us a rail last weok Barnie Gilbert Eugene Gilliland Jabez my life the twenty ninth nnnivorsary of admirable address on that subject before I pause and stand aside Couldnt Sleep Until She Had Read Misses Forrie Hardin Nellio Burks Brashear Preston Air and Mrs T N our marriage The Nows Through the meeting of the Orphans Brigade at and Brook Stephens accompanied by 1 McGlothlan Irvington Mrs Sallio J to Bee tho phantom of those days go by Kennarw Neii Aug 22 1804 Dear Russelvillo last week In the course of S Burks and A A Wolf formed a party Bruner Miss Eliza A Brashear Union me accompanying thu shadow of myself I rccflved a Bauiplo copy of the his remarks he said Tho most eloq Â¬ on the river Saturday night and beforo Star Mrs B F Payne Webster Mr in dim procession Weeks months EniTOB uent tribute to the faithfulness and the returning called on Miss Longmoro at Arthur Mattingly Miss Lora McCoy years have passed away and they seem BiiKCKBKRiiKiE News at 8 oclock last devotion ot the women ot tho south and Hardins Grove no not until overy Miss Mattingly and J M Mathcney little more than a summer day or win Â¬ night could I sleepthe grandest of all the monuments to till now buf the river runs word was read and It seemed just liko a Sample and O M McGlothlan Union ters eve Tho Mountain Meadow string band their heroism will bo found in tho cem fast to day and I stand alone Tho good long letter from somo dear old Star consisting of Messrs Joe KingsleyMilton etrlesof the Confederacy and in the in question which for centuries tho whole friond from home as I lived eighteen LEAUUB NOTES ElWOItTII Henry and Alfred Tate wero out sere Â¬ scriptions on the stones which mark tho human raco has panted to know remains years of my llfo iu old Breckenrldgo Owing to the illness of the nading Saturday night and culled nt resting places ot the dead You can Our beloved ones I Shall county and as I consider childhood the of the social tho literary and the unknown of Mr Al and Miss Mamie read in a few simple lines the most burn the home Oh I tho rest Â¬ happiest part of my life was spent among and help departments tho public wo meet them and how mercy ing tributes to the sacrifices the women Adams where a few friends had gathered less craving to know about the Here the hills of old Breckcnridge near old has known but little of the Epworth made to maintain the civil war The to spend tho evening and to hear undo How I did want to So much caring hero till the Freedom church Phreein Bpin his yarns After listening League iu the last month Nevertholefs after sad words show the kind ot men the spend a week with old friends thero this rest comes to tho merry strains of sweet music and the spiritual work has gono on faithfully south oiTered on the alter ot patriotism I could hardly bare to see my Bro Sherry has certilnly given us summer partaking ot an elegant lunch at 11 and hopefully The staff who assists the friend Miss Norton go without going too some palatable wholesome soul and Thbv aro trying to do up Ash Caruth oclock the young gentleman selected social vice president lias kept up the heart food in Ids series of sermons He but when I would think of thoso hills in Louisville for Congress this year but their best girls and all left for their re Â¬ work in that department of every subject disÂ¬ and rocky roaus then I would stop and Several members have been attending dives to tho bottom we think some ot Ills opponents will find spective homes when Sunday morning cussed analyzes dissects and serves for wonder how I would look on horseback it an uphill business before the job is ac was drawing near wlshug for the time the tick closely so necessarily they digestion and assimilation His talkto and just think how cruel it would be compllshed Ash taught a country school to soon come when they shall spend as iiavo been absent in our meetings Our to put 245 pounds on a horso o climb pleasant an evening and be so nicely en Â¬ sick ones are now much improved and the children on Tuesday night was as down here in Breckenrhjgo twent flve profitable and interesting to the parents those miserable hills I exnect a ereat Those present were Mr will soon return with all zeal to this im- Â¬ years ago and one of ids patrons weut tertained as to tho tots themselves Dr Hall is many of my friends would bo surprised over one day to whip Ash for some mis Joe Kingaley Lacoma Miss Llllio Tate portant work expected to night Monday to assist to seo me now ana ew would know me Mrs Martin Cockrell Vesper service was lead by Rev Sncad and treatment to his child Meeting Caruth Addison county I daughter Carrie Misses Nannie Russell at 5 p m Sunday September 0 Attend Â¬ Bro Cherry and wo aro anticipating a When left old Breckonri Jtro on tho road the old man said hold on 138 now I weigh 245 So feast of reason and tiow of soul Bro only weighed Messrs John Samploy ance good there Caruth Ive got a settlement to Lena Lamb Cherrys ideas and views on reading were you can readily see I have had a few Geo Ryan Tobinsport Misses Manur make with you Why did you strike my Whenever the little children the la Â¬ He square meals before the one I set in Messrs Tom dies or the big men want something to especially worthy of consideration Because your boy hit vle and Ella Kingsley boy yesterday thinks the lack ot good reading is deÂ¬ honor of Miss Norton I would like to me said Caruth Well said tho old man Klngeley Alfred Milton and Henry regulate their liver or cure constipation plorableand a taste for dime novels or say a great deal more but as this may I dont allow any ono gall used country Tate Holt and bllliousness Dr Bells Tiny Tonic any trash equally as deplorable I tell bo too lengthy already I will close by cor- Â¬ Soma folks will think that Dr Bella Tablets is what thay must have They school teacher to strike my boy and sir you a book Just a romantic impossible recting one mistake It was L E Vor Ash didnt Pino Tar Honey is no better than the cure and you never feel it Purely vegeta- Â¬ story often changes the whole tenor of Im going to threash you a hies instead of Win Vorhlea scare worth a cent so he and his antag Â¬ common cough remedies until they try ble 25c a vial everywhere Yours with respect girls life and makes her look down up- Â¬ onist went at It right in the big road it Then they will know for themselves Lillian Vokiiibs on her simple home life and the little FOR nVHlKlltlA The old man got a little the better of that Its the best on earth ladlraftlen and PtoHmeb dboratrt tiki Mn R A IatUrxn and two iai of Can home duties that are as heroic in their H IKON HITTKHS HKOWN Ash but he didnt find jiim a coward by 11 lealen kn K ft per tnWa Oetwlc baa small way as all the dashing deeds ot aalua i in tb alt Uit weak tha a4i Or Frketf Cram Baking Powder i Je nark aua orWl Iism on wrapper guy means of Mr the pictured people In books Where J Mn 8 W JMI Hwt Pwtet M4 pect to leave this week for Baldwin Kansas to spend several weeks with her mother Mr and Mrs George Hydellotte of Vulloy Station Jeilerson couuty will be here this week to visit Dr D C Puseys family and Mrs J W Richardson Mrs Warfield has typhoid fever and her littlo boy who has had it for three Mrs Warfields weeks is still quite sick mother h rs Richardson is with her Merchant the Mr Geo Yeakel Prince of our town Is back from St Ixmis Mo looking quite himself and lias taken on several more pounds avoirdupois Miss Nellio Radley left Tuesday for her home in Elizabethtown from a lengthy stay with her grandparents Judge C C Fairleigh and wife Nells as pretty as a picture and leaves behind more than ono admirer Mrs L W Bametts stock of millinery goods is for sale She is anxious to re- Â¬ turn to Vine Grove and bo with her children who are there in an excellent school This Is a good opening for ono wishing to engage in tho business Mrs Mollie D Carrico after a pleasant stay with her sister Mrs Thos Hamil- Â¬ ton has left for Hopkinsville where sho Mrs Carrico Is is the leading Modiste a woman whom time can never dim also one who possesses the rare ait of always being beautifully and appropriate- Â¬ ly dressed and her heart Ib as full of loveliness as her costumes aro beauti- Â¬ JOHN W LEWIS A Large Crowd to Hear the Republican Candidate for Congress at Hardinsburg A large crowd filled tho court room at Hardinsburg Monday to henr tho Hon John W Lewis tho Republican candid for Congress There were a great num- Â¬ ber of Democrats in the audience as well us Republicans and had the Democrats staid away the crowd would havo been nothing like so largo as it was But we do the Republicans justice to say that thero party was well represented there being a number of leading men of that party present from other points than Hnrdinsburg Mr Lewis had published his appointment some time in advance and as many of his supporters rallied to hear him as could make it convenient to get out We doubt however after all of tho speakers two hours talk if lie suc- Â¬ ceeded in making a single vote or chang- Â¬ ing tho opinion of a single man Ills speeech was about such n ono as tho people look for Ho didnt advance any new ideas particularly Ho jutnped on to tho Democrats of course and haul- Â¬ ed them over the coals for doing nothing in Congress as lie claimed He had a good deal to say about tho tariff and de- Â¬ nounced the bill passed by the Demo Â¬ crats as being more hurtful to tho people than the McKlnley act Ho said ho be- Â¬ lieved he would be elected iu November but tho News couldnt find many others that were of that opinion Mr Lewis had the wholo day to himself and there was no one present to interpose an ob- Â¬ jection to anything ho said By this means ho may havo thought to gain a point over his opponent but peoplo who think for themselves will not likely be can led away by any of tho speakers catchy points We all know that the financial panic we havo just passed through has not been from tho fault of the Democrats altogether Had Mr Montgomery ids opponent been present ho would have doubtless thrown some additional light on the subject But Mr Montgomery was not present In this Mr Lewis may have hoped to galu a point but we dont believe ho did Mr Montgomery will bo hero beforo tho canvass closes to speak and he will glvo it to tho boys straight His opponent is a very good stump orator but ho will not get enough votes In November to olect him to Congress this new line of Fall Styles at never heard of low prices VEST A Come and See Us Jew Drug Store Having recently purchased the Morris Hensloy building on Main Street opposite tho County Jail and after thoroughly overhauling it have put in new fixtures and A Fresh Stock of Pure Goods u kept we carry cvreyttnng that xa s in first class Drug Store such as Drugs Medicines Toilet Articles Sponger Brushes of all kinds Cigars and Tobacco etc and respectfully solicit a share of your patronage Prescriptions Carefully Compounded At all hours day or night Accuracy Quality Purity ED T GUTHRIE Manager Main St Our motto E E SUTTON Druggist opp County Jail HARDINSBURG GRAYSON COUNTY Gazette KY TJ EKRON Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ i rl Floyd Lampkin went to the city Satur- Â¬ M It Shrewsbury went over to Breck day B N Wright went to tho city Thurs onrldgo county fcaturday to spend n few days upon his farm day night Mr and Mrs Wesley Hawkins of J T Jones went to Louisvillo Satur Â¬ LeitchlUdd and Mr and Mrs Lawrence day on business Hawkins of Spring Lick spent Sunday 1 P Archer went to Louisville Thurs Â¬ as tho guests of Mr and Mrs Ben Mi- Â¬ day on business llard Mr George Wrather of Falls of Rough Tho grand jury had turned in 23 in- was in town Thursday uictments up to Wednesday evening und Geno Guedry left Tuesday for a visit havo more witnesses to exaJiine than to relatiyes in Laconla they can get through with this week Nearly three years ago tho Gazette James Fousheo left Wednesday to at- Â¬ published a local concerning a six legged tend the Bardatown fair Last Monday W L Bozarth Mrs Pollock and dauahter of Guston lamb brought it in to town having now groWn spent Tuesday with Mrs Mrcanta to bo a full sleed sheep It was exhibit Â¬ Misses Mamie Daugherty and Mollie ed upon tho public square Board went to Louisville Saturday Tho rainfall of Â¬ John Board and niece of Poplar Bluff corded by D August this year as re J McClure was 1 65 inches Mo aro visiting relatives near here against 145 last year with four rainy Ilea Guedry left Monday to begin uujro huh unu iwo last Taking the re- Â¬ school at tho Black Jack school house cord for the past six years for the months Mr J 8 Brown went to Stephensport of May June July and August wo havo Sunday to visit his father and mother had less than half tho rainfall this year Mr Sam Kendall formerly of this ot any ono of tho previous six years place but now of Camentvllle Ind was Tho fall for these months was as follows In town part ot last wook In 89 2021 in 00 3118 in 01 17t In ir2 Audrew Carico loft last Monday for 10 13 in 02 1820 in 0I 707 inches Louisvillo to entor tho school of phar- Â¬ KovJosliuaArmstrongdied on Septem Â¬ macy Our girls aro wearing sad faces ber 1st 01 ot heart There has been a threshing machine t hreo years and six failure agedseveuty Â¬ months Kev in hearing of this town since the last of strong has for some years shownArm the June This must mpan an immenso leeblonesa pf old ago but his death was une irpectedly sudden He was the old Â¬ crop of wheat est Baptist minister in tho county and Miss Sallio Warfield who hssbeen the numbered acquaintances and guest of Miss Rena Shacklett for the past almost overy neighborhood friends iu v His blrt two weeks returned to her home iu place was In Washington county but ha lias been hero a number of years and was Louisville Sunday night actively lmraroi1 In Inl -- l Mr Henry Bruner of Flint Island to his death He was a man greatly reÂ¬ was in town a couple of days last week spected and loved by his people The and purchased Mr J T Masseya farm remains were interred on Suuday after noon in the family lot where his wife near Kkren and will move here in the proceeded him many years near future We see our genial John Powell E W Bagby a prominent kwyer ol of the Mwseswer makes frequent trips Paducah Kv savs that rr run rHiu dowa the read We think the attrition Tar Honey IsayouBg lady who vMled her sister ingoottjjh cured his ekiidrea ot wbeop when all tbiBft aba feUl here hl mhmhw Ub mw remedy for U oou y f frld 8 wWiywsuI1aWrtwi UJX ml m i 1 i i f - PRAPS 0N 7K6LLEV CAn8 a t Dr Golden HonoriC from tlio Golden Coast for b u IV Prices Baicing Powder California empire of the Pacific salutes the world Her Midwinter Fair closed in n midsummer blaze of glory Second only to the Columbian Exposition in extent variety and splendor the coast display was a veritable triumph Out of her abundance the state poured her treasures and the nations of the earth came to aid her in her noble exhibition Memorable were the exhibits of gold and silver of wheat and oil of fruit and wine of silk and wool of all that man and nature could combine to produce And no exhibit attracted more attention or excited warmer approval than that of Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Official tests showed it to be highest in leavening power purest in quality and most efficient in results of all baking powders made Accordingly the Highest Award and Gold Medal were conferred on Dr Prices at the Midwinter Fair The triumph at San Francisco confirms the victory at Chicago The Midwinter Fair verdict sustains and vindi- Â¬ cates the bestowal of highest honors on Dr Prices by the jury of awards at the Worlds Columbian Exposition That Wlint Thry Itnro In Illnglisimton After Onp Una Itrei jellied byThein Whllorcadipp of flip numerous trol ley nccidpntfl in Brooklyn said Alder man Brandt of Biughnmtou n fow days ago It occurred to mo that Brooklyn Hues would do well to adopt n tuiiquo custom which as far as 1 know is no cullar to Binghaiiitoii car lines In our city tho trolleys ocuupy all tho principal streets but the moturmcu aro very careful nud It Is seldom that there is an ac cident Last winter however n man was run down nud killed Tho oxact details of tho accident havo slipped my memory but I boliovo that no blame was attached to the motorman When that particular cur nppcarod ou tho following dny it was a sight to bo seen Long streamers of crapo floated dismally out from tho sides black nnd white rosettes ornamented tho spaces between tho windows nnd conductor and motor man woro badges of mourning Not only that but ovcry car ou thnt lino wns draped with black and nil tho trolley enrs iu tho city displnycd iu ono way or nuothcr somo sign of mourning It was really quito imposing If they could only import that idea in Brooklyn continued tho nldormou 1 think thoughtfully it would boa long step toward trolley rofopn Thoy seem to bo reforming everything olso but tho trolleys thcro Draping tho cars of each lino for say thrco days aftor any uufortuuato hud met his death on that particular Hue would enublo people to keep a sort of count besides bo ing a graceful trlbuto of sorrow on tho part of tho trolley company Jlorcovor the enormous expense forcrnpo to which tho companies would bo subjected would undoubtedly havo tho effect of making tho motormon moro carofnL Oh 1 tell you thcro aro lots of things that tho bigger cities can learn Brooklyn Citizen of Biughamtonl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PEARL HARBOR HAWAII Lieutenant Wood Says Blado One of tlie After n stay of island six wcoks officers and men It Can Xanlly Ho Fluent In thai World six wcoks on Fords Â¬ APPLES BETTER THAN WHEAT Foine Startling Mcurlnc Done by an Hn tliiiilmtlu Orecon Editor r That it will not do to put nil of onos eggs iu ono basket has been thoroughly demonstrated by the- berry crop this season With thousand of crates ripo tho ability to roach n market is without any fault of ours suddenly taken away Tho Rtrawberry crop has been tho principal ouo of this section nndwhilo it will not only hold its present yield but will doublo and treble it it will iu it year or two becomo of secondary importance Prunes peaches chcrrios and small fruits generally nro n necessity to tho frnitsrrower berauso thoy furnish him with money early in tho season as well as early iu his business Thoy aro u means to an end furnishing mouoy to Bupport tho family nnd to improvo tho farms They nil bear ono fatal objection as a crop to bo rolled upon and that is tho absolute necessity of finding n mar ket for them as soon ns they aro ripo This may nob bo truo of tho pruiio but for it thi same condition exists it must bo taken caro of at ouca when ripo Tho frnitof Hood River tho ono that is to mako her famous as well ns prosperous is tho winter npplo That can bo kept It can bo gathered leisurely 1 onco iu bearing bring liettcr and stead for returns nnd at tho vpry least outlay John Sweenys orchard last year its first yoar of bearing produced moro not money than would or could have been derived from tho samo area of laud sown to wheat in UO years This year it should yiold GO times as much next yoar 70 times ns much and then for 20 In other years 100 times ns much words ono ncro of winter apples is worth more year in nnd yoar out than 100 ncrcs of wheat Six acres of good orchard will yield a larger not yield than a section of wheat laud Multiply tho ucros in Hood River valley by 100 and somo idea of tho wealth that it will eventually produce may bo gained In other words ovory soctiou iu fruit will produco a cash valno equal to thrco townships of wheat Tho winter applo is going to accomplish this result and tho next fow yoars as tho young or chards couio into bearing will provo tho truth of this assertion though it uow Hooms a wild one Wo can but reiterate Plant npplo trees our fornior words Twenty acres if you canj ouo troo if that is your limit but plant nt every oppor Â¬ tunity When this vnlloy is an orchard from tho mills to tho summit east of us and from tho river bade for 20 miles then only will it havo attnlnod its full dovolopmont Hood Rivor Or Gin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dor CARUTHS QUESTIONS X i Thirst Ior Information Sometime Take All tho Glueer Out of a Climax Tho habit of Reprcsontativo Caruth of interpolating oouio pointed quostiou nud spoiling a climax whon mombors nro delivering a speech ns ho did re Â¬ cently whon ho nskod MrQuigg at what period in history nnd in what country gladiators woro booted and spurrod had a strong illustration iu tho Fifty first congress Representative Dollivcr of Iowa was iu the peroration of an impassioued nd iu which ho was picturing tho dq loyalty nud dovotion to American insti Ho - r tutions of sundry immigrants giving tho houso n thrilling nnd touching word painting of tho goodness of theso poor immigrants declaring they had turned their backs upon tho mon nroh ridden countries of Europo to greet tho buii of liberty in thoir uew homo in America I havo had thorn sitting by my sldo iu my ofllce ho exclaimed whilo I was writing letters for them to their old friends across tho son ami to their old homos nnd thoy were shedding ears At this point a BtraiiKo voice from a t Bomowhcro ou tho other side of tho chamber chimed in It was Caruths What woro thoy crying about he asked There was an uproar of nierrimait all over the floor and Mr Dolllver1 flue forensic effect waa shattered by it ehoat of laughter at Caruths inpatient luterjedtiou- - Washington Post Ill Â¬ Â¬ of hard work for both Lieutenant Wood nnd his party have rcturuod from Pearl har bor with as complcto n sot of survoys ns it is possiblo to toko Tho result shows ORDERS VERSUS SCRUPLES that Pearl harbor if taken in hand by tho United States will mako tho finest A Soldier runlalirtl Tor Itrfiulnj to Prac possiblo bay iu tho world aud at an ex tice Turret Shooting on Sunday ponso which compared with tho final Charles O Ccdarquist private Com pany A Second infantry stationed at result is almost nominal Lioutonaut Omaha has becu found guilty of dis Â¬ Wood was asked yesterdny iu regard to tho work accomplished nud said obeying his superior ofllcer in refusing Wo havo been nt tho harbor for jnst of religious scruples to attend because six weeks nnd two dnys and havo in target practice on Sunday nnd sentenced that time made 28 borings nnd over to bo confined at hard labor for a period 1 C00 soundings Tho survey has been of six mouths nud to forfeit to tho Unit- Â¬ a very complcto ono aud 1 havo data ed States 10 per mouth of his pay for enough to make a close estimate on tho tho samo period This is tho first timo cost of nil tho work that will bo neces such a case has arisen iu tho annals of sary in making tho harbor ono of tho tho army nud tho decision nud finding finest iu tho world Not a picco of coral has been encountered in tho borings of tho court martial established a prec nnd it would only require n comparacases of a similar na edent for futuro tively small amount of dredging to givo ture Tho case has attracted a groat a depth of ilO feoi ou tho bar at low deal of nttoutiou iu nrmy nud religious tide A peculiar formation of ono of tho coral bunks on each sido of tho circles Tho defense wns practically limited channel was discovered that will bo a to tho contention that the order in ro great holp In tho work of disposing of tho sand ns it is dredged out spect of which disobedience was chargTho moro I seo of ed was an unlawful ono iu thnt first moro I am improsscd Ponrl harbor tho with its military it onjoiucd a duty to bo performed ou nud commercial advantages I havo Sunday in violation of orders nud reguvisited all tho principal harbors of tho lations limiting Sunday labor in tho world with tho exception of Sydnoy nrmy to tho measure of strict necessity aud I havo uover seen nny ono thnt can and second that tho net requirod to bo compuro iu nuy way with this one doue would havo boon n violation of Twenty miles of wharves could bo built thcro cheaper than any other placo in section 241 of tho criminal codo of No tho world as tho dcop water is so closo brnsko Tho decision says to tho shores Complcto mapQiid charts That n commanding oillcor has n discretion under exisiting orders to roquiro of tho work douo will bo mnfo as soon targot practico by his command ou Sun Â¬ as posiblo nnd forwarded to WashingPacific Commercial Advortiser ton day iu case of necessity is undoubted Tho ovidenco iu this caso fails to fix up on tho commanding officer any nbuso of ORIENTAL ARMIES discrotiou iu tho issno of tho order comMilitary Strength of China and Japan of plained of by tho nccusccL Tho legality Special Interest Juat Now of that order nnd tho obligation of tho In viow of tho possiblo unpleasant accused to obey it when duly transmit ted to him cannot bo quostioued It was ness between China and Japan over Ko not for him to judgo of tho necessity for rea tho following account of tho militho issuanco of tho order Tho discre- Â¬ tary strength of tho two powers is not tion pertained to his commanding oftl without interest Tho military forco of cor as to whether ono existed nud China consists of tho army of Manwhothcr erroneously or not it wns tho churia TO 000 mon many of thorn armod with tho Manser riflo with a lib duty of tho accused to obey It is conced eral supply of Krupp field cannouj tho ed thnt soldiers btatioued nt Bellovlow army of tho center 00000 men which riflo rango Nebraska who ns individuals nigngo in hunting nud shooting can bo doubled in caso of war tho army on Sunday would bo within tho provi of Turkestan of uncertain strength emsions of tho bectious referred to nud lia- ployed to maintain order in tho oxtrouio ble to its penalties but after careful western territories aud tho territorial consideration tho roviewiug authority army something llko tho Amorican na is of tho opinion that tho state could tional guard of 200000 mon in timo of not mako uor has it by this section or peace but which is capable of being nny other legislation to which his at- ralsod to 000000 Her unvy comprises tention has boon called uttomptod to 1 first class battleship 1 second class 8 mako tho performance on Sunday of third class 0 port dofenso vessels 0 seo target practico or nny other duty per oud class cruisers 47 third class 2 first taiulug to tho instruction and discipliuo class torpedo boats 20 second class 13 third class and 2 smaller boats of tho nrmy u criminal offcusa Japans army ou a pcaco footing is Tho occasion is doomed opportuno for inviting tho nttoutiou of tho depart about 00000 but sho has a rcscrvo ment to tho fact that tho obligatious of strength of nearly 200000 nor floot is military 6ervico will uover permit u sol a purely dofensivo force It comprises C dier to refuse obedience to an order bo armored cruisers and 22 third class causo iu his judgment it is unneces cruisers sary St Louis Globo Democrat The New and Iteforiued Snollluc The now knight Sir Isaao Pitman of RAW BEEF FOR WRINKLES shorthand fame writes to Tho Nows as I shal bo obloljd if yu wll Lost Iter Lover bat follows A airl Who Uod It alow mo tu korokt an eror az tu met aij live Hack IIU lreeeuta Didnt and tu sho bci this noat tho uiu nud Joseph Slavinski n tailor of Browns- reformed ending I am sed tu bo not ville Brooklyn was to havo been mar Â¬ vori fnr from mel ninetieth yocr I am ried to Rosa Marks a uoighbor with in mei niti sokond yocr As I hav boen whom ho had kept compnny for nearly tho Bubjokt ov nienl leodorota nud para a year in about n moutlu Rosa is grafs iu tho uinzpapors laitli it wll bo known nil over Brownsvillo for her good a Butisfakshou to tho iiinmorus roltera looks nud had many admirers boforo ov inol sistem ov shorthand nt hoam Ouo day last week she met Slavinski and abrand tu bo nshiurd thnt I nm iu Slavinski received au nnnnyuious lottor holth and kompotent for desk wurk habit snylng Ids nflluuoed was iu tho but uot ekwnl to much fiziknl ekzer of using raw beef to boautify her faco shou nnd thnt sho used paint to blacken her Slnvinski made an investi oyolnshos gation and is alleged to havo discovered that tho girl had wrinkles iu her faoo nud for a long tirao hail used raw beef to take them away hair which SlaviuBki wroto to Rosa breaking off lias becorqo thin engagement and requesting her to tho ring uud a silk urn and keep tho sculp return a diamond brolla which ho had giveii her Sho re Â¬ clean nnd healthy uso fused and Slavinski had her in the Sec ond district civil court iu Broadway Williamsburg ou a summons to explain why she refused to return tho articles When Jnstieo Petterson was told that raw beef had caused the engagement to bo broken he said to the girl prevents tho hair If you have used raw beef ou year face its had good effect for It undoubt Â¬ from falling out edly has drawn out some hidden beau Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Oweniboro pretHHllff for llie Jfdtub dipt Annual Oonforepfie jojit 80 Tho fortynlntli session of tho Louisville conference of the Methodist Kpls clpat church South will convene in Owensboro the 20th Inst Bishop W V Duncan who resides In South Caro Â¬ lina will preside Rev Dross Alexand Â¬ er I I professor lit Vunilerbllt univer Â¬ sity tins been the seeretury for several years nnd will likely o re elected Four sessions of the Ixmlsvlllo con- Â¬ ference havo been held in Owensboro the first In 1853 Bishop Capers presiding tho second In 1802 when no bishop being present He v J II Linn I 1 n member of tho conference wai elected president tho third in 1819 Bishop II N McTytlre presiding tho fourth In 1881 Bishop J C Keener tho present senior bishop presiding Theroaro two outlre conferences the Kontucky and Louisville and parts of two others tho West Virginia and Memphis within the limits of the state Tho Loulsvillo is tho largest body of Methodists in the state and embraces all tho territory lying between tho Ten Â¬ nessee river on tho west and a lino start- Â¬ ing at tho Ohio river about fifteen miles above Loulsvillo and extending to the Tennessee line on the east Within this territory nro included nine presiding elder districts 160 pastoral charges 421 churches and 41781 members Tho membership of tho conference will be composed of 115 pastors seven- Â¬ teen superannuates and supernumer aries thirty six lay delegates and fifty eight members of boards Besides these there will be present n number of dis Â¬ tinguished official visitorsrepresenUnMveB of tho publishing house connectional secretaries editors etc and a class of young men applying for admission on trial It Is estimated that it will bo necessary to provide entertainment for not less than 350 guests Committees are at work solicltating homes The confer- Â¬ ence will likely be in session about six days A Methodist annual conference is uniquo in many of its features and is an Owensboro occasion of general interest Messenger Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AFTER THOSE Col PONDS in tho U Nicholas M Meroor Files a Baits S Court for Their Recovery AND ASKS FOR AN ATTACHMENT I ouiHViiiK Sept 0 Nicholas Mc Mercer of Hardlnshiirg filed n suit in Vsfe I iff MK MfpMc jal get our thinking the best way to things is done tho circuit court this morning against W V McCracken Neil McDonald and George A Evans constituting tho firm of W V McCracken Co nnd J C Fnwcett and tho Boon Contract Com pany to recover bonds of tho value of fflOOO alleged to bo duo him for servi- Â¬ ces rendered The petitioner states that Fawcctt en- Â¬ tered into a contract for tho projection of the Louisville Hardlnsburgand West- Â¬ ern railroad for which ho was to receive among other consideration 00000 of bonds issued by a certain taxing district in Breckcnridgo county in aid of tho road Mercer secured tho right of wav and performed other services for which Fawcett it is alleged agreed to give him thrco of the bonds of tho denomination of 1000 each issued by tho taxing dis- Â¬ trict Later Fawcett assigned his con- Â¬ tract to tho Boon Contract Company Mercer howovcr continuing his work for tho advancement of tho enterprise Tho Boon Company agreed to givo him tho 3000 of bonds promised by Fawcett and In consideration of further services to givo him threo additional bonds of 1000 each After this tho Boon Com- Â¬ pany turned over tho bonds to W V McCracken Co and the securities are now in tho hands of the Columbia Fin Â¬ ance and Trust Company Tho plaintiff Mercer now asks an at- Â¬ tachment to secure his dobt and wants each of tho persons connected with the defense made individually liable It Is also asked that the Columbia Finance uud Trust Company bo made a garnishee Â¬ nrr j n luwrnosr What Oret Prachr8iy About a Grant lUniffly After Thor ough Trlnt Upon Him and Wife Â¬ I aro free from catarrh I beltare that I a cartlncate m thl effect from any could competent phrstclan I hare uied no medi Â¬ cine except Klnica Royal tennetuar My health la better than It hat been In thirty yearn I feel It to be my duty to eay aim thatthe efforta of thla remedy upon my wire hare Ixen eren more algnal and wonderful Bbe haa been ilf ut ALMOST AN INVALID nerroua headache neuralgia and In u period of thirty yean aha rheumatism acarcely had a daya exemption from pan from A more I hare dlaeaae has UUappeared COMPLETE TRANSFORMATION never wltnesicd Every symptom of She apeara to be JLtlantt 1100 TWENTY YEARS YOUrfCEFI and la aa happy and Playful a a healthy child We lure persuaded many of our frlenda to take the medicine and the tettlmony of all of them la that It Is a treat remedy J It Ilawtbome rastor First llapUat Church Ga for HM Sold by Drugclti Kings Royal Oermetuer Co Atlanta Qa tt Correctly weekly by lumphrey it Iaufer Pro Â¬ duce Commission Merchants 156 Second St bet Main and Market Louisville Ky LOUISVILLE KY Sept 11 1894 Shipper should mark all packages plainly with shippers name and post office address BUTTER 17 Choice country 18 Medium Creamery EQQS Fresh 11 11 20 12 21 right to find a Free Fills Send your address to II E Bucklen Co Chicago and got a froo sample box of Dr Kings New Life Tills A trial will convince you of their merits Theso pills aro easy in action and are particularly effective in tho euro of Constipation and Sick Headache For Malaria nnd good ilocr and stick to him Ieoplo who live in nev countries aro liable to be prostrated bv malarial fevers Inhabitants of cities by reason of bad drainage and unwholesome odors suffer from similnr diseases Ayers Aguo Ctiro is warranted a specific for all malar Â¬ ial poisons A dealer gets to know your wants often hotter than yourself a nud Â¬ hand picked Nary Old or Common and colored FEATHERS Prime white goose Michigan BEANS 1 1 Indiana 75 to 1 85 80 to 1 86 1 00 to 1 20 33 20 a 25 15 20 25 CLIFTON MILLS Girls if you want flowers go with Mr Enrnie Beuuchamp Mr Kyle Adkisson of Texas is visit- Â¬ ing friends and relatives Visitors ure quite numerous in and about the city and gay times plentiful Miss Lula Skillman of Owensboro spent a few days in our town last week The public school opened lost Monday which is conducted by Miss Eddie Scott Mrs II C Haddock and Miss Birdie French went to Webster Saturday even- Â¬ ing Messrs Herbert and Forrest Haddock are the most gallant young men of our lown There was a grand meeting at tho Chapel lust Saturday conducted by Itev Sneed Miss Birdie French of near Union Star is the guest of her aunt Mrs II O Haddock Everybody is preparing for the associ- Â¬ ation which begins at Walnut Grove next Thursday Hov Hook filled his regular appoint- Â¬ ment at tho Cumberland Presbyterian church Sunday week Misses Blanche Fitch Faunlo Harris and Edgar Wheeler of Louisville aro visiting friends and relatives Mr Henry Glascow of Dough Itun was the guest of his uncle Mr Georgo Coleman lost Saturday and Sunday There was quite a robbery at Webster last week The store of Payne V Coiup ton was brokon into and about 55 taken The young peoplo spent quito a grand time at the ponitentinry cave last Thurs- Â¬ Those present were Mr Kyle day Adkisson Misses Dirdlo French Blanche Fitch Fannio Harris and Annio Jordon and Mr Edgar Wheeler The eaglo the king of all birds is no- Â¬ ted for its keen sight clear and dlstluct So aro those persons who use vision Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salvo for weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kindorgran ulated lids Sold by all dealers To Have Your Paper Change We often receive postal cards writton Send my paper to like the following Stouhensport John Smith We corao very near knowing netsonal ly every subscriber on our list and his postolllce and can readily turn to tho list and make the change but in the cose of Mr Smith we aro at a loss thtro being quite a number of the same name on our list In a list of tho size of ours 2500 it is no littlo job to look over It Timo is too precious What Mr Smith should have written is this change my papor from Kirk to Stephtmsport or giving his former postolllce then wo could have readily made the change and Mr Smith would have received his paper prorapU iy wise shirtmati the year except same after for keeps shirts year the few styles Liver troubles they havo been proved HIDES 3 invaluable Thoy are guaranteed to bo Green t ood Vi a 5 4 perfectly free from every deleterious sub- Â¬ Dry Salt good flint good a 7 Dry stance and to be purely vegetable They Sheep tktn 10 5 30 do not weaken by their action but by Roortera per lb WA POULTRY giving tone to stomach und bowels Hens per lb A M ft greatly Invigorate the system Hcgular Spring Chickens per doz 50 2 50 DRIED APPLES AND PEACH ES size 25c per box Sold by A It Fisher to Apples choice bright quartors druggist Apples average ili to S 1 Mixed Old No lduok ii A butterfly come Visit to the Country Applet old Peaches new Peaches old 4 WOOL to 5 that and go for a day That home is true to in extent Gents Furnishings Stationery other wc sell eminently shirts things the that is but it true of because if they are not right they arc so very wrong Jno D BabbageJ The Shirt Man E C Babbage Manager To Restore Kosktta Ky August 27th 1891 It is said variety is tho spice of life but what would life bo without it change as one drop of water in the ocean tho moment death But as tho englo flaps her wings and soars to tho highest pinaclo so we love the lonely moments when we can meditato upon the past and think of tho bright hopes in the futuro when all will bo at rest Wo lovo to view tho forest upon the hills in tho distance whether in its beautiful green foliage or its icy clad hill tops for it is Gods work We lovo to listen to tho sweet notes of tho birds it is a reminder that wo should ever sing praises to God for his own and the many comforts and blessings through life Wo love tho city there wo seo the groat minds and works of man their power and will and the many charitable institutions for tho poor aud needy Wo visited tho Methodist orphans homo it filled our heart with joy and gladness to seo so many bright little faces The matron in chargo is affable and courteous Tho church can well bo proud of her home We love to get out of the every day trodden paths drink in the new changes and new scenes of this Gods grand old world but how truo the sweet words of the poet Home Sweet Home there Is no place llko home If you want to bo greeted with old Keutucky hospitality visit tho littlo vil- Â¬ lage of Rosetta and her country neigh Â¬ bors here festal boards elaborately spread her viands satisfy the most dainty opicuro their hearts are liberal hor doors open her hands always ready to receive her fellow man What the Itosetta peoplo want is a church and now that your onterprislng citizen Mr O Cosoy has his long wished for steam saw mill in opperation all go to work with a will and I am sure ho will do his part most choerfully and you will soon have a church that will build up your town and community Mr Editor we cant withhold a little episode that occured in this vicinity you know that zig zag creek She is like the fairy maiden sometimes somo places she So some of our good is quito deceiving ladles thought on a hot August day that they would tako a cool drive in tho bod of the creek They drove ou and ou enjoying tho splash and splatter until they camo to a stand still when thoy could neither go backwards nor forwards Now Mr hemmed in on ono sido Editor we would have enjoyed that most hugely for to get out they had to wade out M Irving W Larlmore physical director of Y M O A Dea Moines Iowa says Tub washed flreaie fine Burr and Tallow Beeswax Sorghum Qrease coarse Merino - Ct 21 23 16 17 14 a 10 10 12 10 13 MISCELLANEOUS 4K a 25 30 a 35 Molasses HAY GRAIN FEED We quote prices to day on Louisville OATS city 38 13 12 11 5 00 00 wharf No 2 oats I1AY 32 10 50 11 00 10 00 4 75 Strictly choice Choice No 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw- CORN holce whit Choice shelled 00 50 j 48 4 3 3 3 00 50 40 00 2A CATTLE Good to extra shipping Light shipping Best Butcher Medium to good butcher HOGS Choice packing and butohers to good Fair 4 25 3 75 3 05 3 25 5 5 6 5 Roughs Shoats and pigs and SHEEP Good to extra shipping Fair to good 100 lbs 5 25 5 20 6 50 under4 75 2 75 1 50 4 50 2 50 G 40 25 75 00 3 25 2 50 LAMBS Good to extra Fair to good splug 4 76 4 00 Louisville St Louis Texas RJ Co 3STO TIME SCHEDULE Tukliifr Urfect 22 M600olckiaUDecl7l893 Wut Bound Trains Eatt Bound Trams Mail M Dally g 80pm 7 30 Kxprs Kxprs Dally 630pm 6 7 7 7 7 45 2 30 47 66 Mall STATIONS Kentucky St Kxprs Expr Dally 12 45pm 12 SO Dally 75iin lvUnn 8 40 8 4J U0O 800 ptr 9 07 9 31 804 813 8 21 017 020 830 8 38 8 46 8 66 91M 9 00 946 964 10 U4 Long Hranch Urandenburk- U ron Guston West Point Howard Hoc Haven 816 1160am 736 1147 1132 1124 1116 1107 1050 1060 1041 1033 1026 1020 1011 1006 1003 9 48 1014 1020 1024 10 914 917 931 964 3J 9 28 9 43 10 02 10 07 1012 1018 10 10 36 48 1212pm 1222 1233 12 38 12 42 1260 1257 1030 1060 1063 1106 1116 1121 1130 1131 1140 11684m Irvlngton Webttcr Lodlburg licrco Siuplo Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Iman Hawesville Petrle Falcon Cayce Lewisport Powers Patca Owensboro Mattlnvly S 714 707 668 648 640 630 614 6 00 6 45 6 40 667 662 63t Shops 946 6 24 9 33 621 922 914 9 08 9 04 8 68 840 8 26 1069 1109 Hit 1125 1133 108 1146 1163pm 114 UlCUin 1 30pm Stanley Worthlnt ton Griffith 815 802 764 5 00 4 59 4 61 4 46 4 42 4 36 4 20 1 08 4 00 3 47 7 61 7 43 arHenderan Sl Heads Snottsvllle Baa ctta 7S6 727 719 Iv 706am 341 337 330 326 316 310 26pa H R LoulsvIIIeHadfnsburg Western Â¬ AVERS HAIR VIGOR It Â¬ It Is important to keep thft Jiyw ami MfMfilla la Hie remedy tor iNvitjeftvUMtr kldaevs la poed eooditloa tlrtea organs Headb Sr The jsetloe added that as long M la vlwtki bad given tbd ring and the tea twelU o ttsm they were bar pwjerty Hew Yek pdgpatek -- ty Dressing or turning gray Tho beet Oweniboro Fair Tho Owensboro fair managemont is making every preparation to give the visitors to the fair next month one of tint best exhibitions they have yet had in that famous fair town And from what the Nkws hoars on the street and iu the couutry the visitors will be there in big- Â¬ ger numbers than ever Theyve eom meneed fixing and Mvlng and picking out their bet glrl the boys wy to go down 8o you can put it down brother Carter that the crowd from this section will be juvt a little latger than ever 1 B - B B No 3 TIME TABLE he can conscientiously recommend Chain be rlaius Pain Balm to athleUgyinnats TAKING EFFECT JULY 20 1801 bicyclists foot ball players and the pro Â¬ Kait Bound Tmlas West Hound Trains fession in general for bruises sprains T5aTT7 Dally DaHy TBaliy x Stn ii Sufi and dislocations also for soreness and txSun ex Bun STATIONS No 1 Xa 3 stiffness of the musclee When applied No6 before the parts beeotae swollen it will flarnad effeet a cure in one half the time usually required For sole by A R Fisher Oloverport Kyaad Klneheloe Board xaaauator 1 Hardlntburg Ky arFaUaaXeauklv ID Nc Sebeol books bafrVf d sebool ewpylltw Bab Aakkma tL AtrewnTeVoteLvJ t MMMf r - - j I ft - tlMntf N ir 355MMnM3gEgiBBMMMBBggggggllW UB J tf 1 - iMiifii ymmmmmim ifpfYvn 1 z 4 mil M T Kit H II I I Ml iii Ml IMMIWH I BUI I I liM lllW II II H Mill II hiimim iW a 11 ip P js E7 1T V X cormuntP iim rr amtkn sacs aikkiatioh Tho victim of Iho clifT road was still In ft very sousitivo mid precarious state Her memory of even recent events might fail her nt times in tlio most nlarming maimer but her pulso was normal her appetite- good nnil every day would show n chnngo for tho better every day away from tho hospital surrounded by sympathetic faces kind voices and tho quiet of n homo So they all bolloved So had tho carriage come This was scarcely tho samo boiug who ouco before had been carried by theso four strong arms from tho street to tho artists rooms That form had been sub- missivo and leaden This shrank in maiden modesty from unduo contact That faco had lieen distorted with tho hideous nightmare of ierpctual fear Tills glowed with nil tho sweet shy womanly emotions that riso in tho breast of a young girl whom necessity compels to cling in this bold fashion to strangers of tho other sex Sho obeyed their instructions to put her arms about their necks with a trembling reluctance that was too spontaneous to bo counterfeit I know not what philosophic Dr Lamar thought but to Julian Mosey tho tremulous touch of that almost transparent littlo hand was a vague revelation of the possibility of a joy to come greater than tiny ho hod over known It was tolliomc climbing tho long flights of stairs in this slow steady fashion but it seemed to Maxoy in his pres ent ecstatic framo of mind with a bur den Buch as this to carry ho would willingly havo kept on mounting forever As for tho palpitating burden her- Â¬ self sho was troubled with more sentiments than ouo This removal her destination her new friends were so many mysteries to her Tho truth had purposo ly been kept from her for n specific reason and sho had been informed only that sho was to lie taken to a more secluded place than tho hospital whero sho would bo surrounded by brighter influences and would get well tho quicker Notwithstanding her weakness and her trepidation at iinding hcrnolf in tho arms of tho strange men sho was seen to gluiuo with an expression of interest and eurio dty upon thu hom o and the entrance into which shu was lieiug taken In spite of Dr Lamars assurance to tho contrary Maxey hoped that sho would recognize tho place and iU inmates without a word to aid her This was tho object of his silence to her It partook of tho nature of an oxpciimcut Miss Maxey waiting for them in the corridor held tho door open for them to pass in Tho girl looked at her in a muto questioning maimer without a shadow of recognition that thoroughly disappointed tho artitits sister Tho doctors strong tones were tho tlrst to break tho tilciicc Theso uro your now friends Miss Dye Hero yonvhomo is to bo us long us you euro to make it From the time you expressed u desire not to bo taken back to yonrfuther they resolved to biiug you here They aro very good to me said a But do they know that I faint voice urn a poor girl without money to pay them for their cure They know everything that is necessary Miss Maxey had drawn a great chair in front of tho flro and had mado it doubly easy with pillows Tho comfort ablo back chamber was in a state of order and neatness wonderful to behold Everything wus in readiness for tho re turn of tho patient They placed her in tho chair mid Maxey sighed us tho cling ing hand left its warm nestling place on his neck Then they all stood back from her and sho looked about first ut the strange faces of tho urtist and his sister and then ut tho various objects which went to make up thu character of tho room Her glance wandered to tho win dows with tho lino prosjicct far away und tho icoclad river underneath to tho piano tho pictures tho bookcuses oven to tho littlo white bed in tho alcove room tho curtains of which had been purposely drawn buck that she might Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ denly in tho ioor girls mind a thought that mado her eyes glisten mid her breath como quick Slio looked eagerly first into Maxoys faco and then into tho faco of his sister Something seemed to tremblo on her lips but sho forbore to utter it Tlio artist who had been watching her every movement started forward Say that you know us that yon roc ognlzo this place that you remember to havo been hero before I Tho rising color suddenly faded from tho palo face and to tho ustoiiishment of everybody 6ho said You uro my brother and you my sis ter Yon havo brought mo homo Maxcys heart sank Was her mind wandering Her eager glance encounter- Â¬ Tlio accents and Intonation wcro a revelation They could havo been tho product alono of refinement and education A joyous thought seemed tonriso sud Â¬ Â¬ ou arc mvlirntlicr tint you mvslstcrl td their blank and amazed looks and the trembling joy faded utoneo from hor boo it Â¬ Â¬ his disappointment It was the glance of the stranger But there wits another senti ment in tho artists mind even stranger than this In the anxious days when the faco which now looked up from tho pillows in tho easy chair lay on tho bod in tho alcovo room Muxcy had often watched it with uu insufferable feeling of regret aud pity ut his heart Tho dell cato outline of tho oval faco and tho classic features despite tho unnatural expression which distorted tho counte nance und robbed it of its chief charm had whispered a sorrowful story of nlost radiance that would havo dazzled tho eyes of tho beholder And now as tho urtist saw this faco again lit up with tho light of reason and changing with tho varying thoughts deadly palo und hollow though it was ho realized with tho unerring instinct of u student of tho pleasing in nature that tho reality was oven stronger than ho hud pictured it and ho said to himself Sho will bo beautiful Thcro was a deeply troubled look in the dark eyes as they lliiishcd tho momen tary survey of tho apartment and ciuuo back to rest on Miss Maxoys faco Tho polo liiis murmured something which sounded to hor hearers liko I do not understand At any rate Dr Lamar took it upon himself to say again Theso uro your friends Miss Maxey and her brother who took euro of you in your illness You nro to stay hero with them as long as you like to inako your homo witn them if you will until you aro well strong und ablo to go whero you desire Charity whimpered tho voice n plight color coming into tho faco Dr Lamar understood thodollcntushrlukiiig of ft seHsitivo nature und feared that it might have n tendency to retard her con valeeeesee Tho unscrapulou Jinan Hod Not iu tho least Your father has so to take charge of you during eared hU absence Ho wus obliged to go away she returned He k not my father la a eleanr voioa The sound of that heart beat faster voice mado Maxey Â¬ Â¬ Maxey could not conceal face Ellen spoko up quickly Let it bo so dear Annette Wo will bo brother nndslnter to you henceforth Then you uro not really so No no I should havo known better And you dont recognize tho room at all Maxey said in n tono of regret Tho dark eyes looked ubotit in increas ing perplexity Sho said at last falter ingly I cannot say but iu my forgotten childhood which I havo tried so hard to remember I dont moan that interrupted 1 mean sineo you havo been Maxey sick Tlio dark eyes turned toward him iu wild umazement Was 1 not taken to tho hospital You wero brought here You wcro placed in that littlo bed there My sister attended you and so you remained for weeks Now dont you remember it just in a faint vaguo wuy I mean re turned Maxey Tho dark hair moved on tho pillow as the ticad shook It is all stringo to me sho said I must havo been very sick Dr Lamar looked triumphantly at Maxey who was evidently disappointed lean remember faces faintly com ing and goiug as iu a dream Reminiscences of tho hospital after tho operation commented Dr Lamar iu uu undertone Maxey sighed I must givo it up You ho said wero right Tho physician did not reply His attention wns taken by tlio patient A gray pallor was creeping into her face Her eyes closed wearily No moroof this ho said authoritatively This conversation has been too much for her Get her to bed Miss Mos ey But wo havo found out nothing ex Â¬ postulated tho artist It is already two weeks and you havo ullowed nobody to question her Meanwhilo wo do not know how imperative for tho ends of jnstico it is that wo should have this crime explained Lamar looked at tho artist in stern silcnco for u moment and then with u suddon movement seized him us if ho had been an unruly schoolboy by his car and led him from tho room When they wcro in tho back parlor ho released him und said with a sternness that was not at ull assumed Do you want to undo all that has Tho girl remains hero only been done upon condition thut you obey her physicians orders Those orders uro that you shall absolutely refrain from question ing her or even hinting of tho past in any way until you havo my permission I will toll you plainly it may bo for weeks So long I said Maxey iu consternaYou know I would lio tho last to tion do anything which would tend to her injury But it does seem u shame by Jove it does seem a shame Ho began to paco tho floor with his hands behind his back ho contin Â¬ I havo my suspicions ued If you know them you would bo as impatient m I am I doubt it returned Lumar but by aud by you will toll thom to mo and wo shall see Before thut however I want to settlo your mind on ono point Mrs Forsytho docs not know and nover heard of this man Dye It was utterly ridiculous of courso that sho should but to tatisfy you I havo asked her But it is sho who lives ut 10 Living ston street Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tka And It is also her sorvmits who llvo thnro exclaimed Lamar impatiently Any referouco to his intended brido alwuys hud u depressing effect upon the physician Ho folded his hands behind htm turned his back on Muxoy and looked gloomily out of tho window at tho river Tlio artist approached him and laid a friendly hand on his ana Old fellow I have offjded you Nothiugof the sort fcturucd LaYou did simply right How mar could you know that tho suspicion of the lodging houso keeper in Flood street was prcpostorous You nover saw her Maxey was well awaro of that If thcro was any matter on earth in which ho felt ho was not in his frionds conn deuce it was this mutter of his engage Â¬ ment with ho Widow Forsytho and yet his esteem and regard for tho mail wcro too great to permit him to neglect an opportunity such as this to counsel hljn Eustace he began hesitatingly I wish I could foci that you wouldnt j Â¬ friendship Lamar turned toward him pnzzled toitugnjn I huts been s sulTerer from troutilo wllh my kid and wondering I do npt complain It was my mis hcys My back wni no Inmo I cnuM not rnli Why what Is all this Julian fortuno to bo bom under I do not myself from myclmlr 1 It is my extravagant imagination Indeed I nor could 1 turn uvei wish to conceal nnything suppose but I cant get over tlio impres thought this letter very strange but I In licit Hllliuiitgrcil sion that your approaching marriago Is piln IiiliogiifTered was so unhappy that anything was betnot well that you do not look upon It lunch with IikIIkcj ter thai the husiiciigo I had nobody to as yon ought- tloii Since taking ndviso ma If I was imprudent it was hla head owny very Lamar turned fourbottlcsnflloodl not wliolly strange after tho lifo I wus Snrsnpnrllli with lending I got tho it tter in tho morning quickly j most Rrntlfjliiu ri ho said in Mrs Foipythois nkvjr mid ut noon 1 hud dcciyltoga I cume suits I now col Ilka Sho is very handsome n low voice to tho hotel on thu beach road just ben new jwrson HimxIi Sho is a very talented woman Sho has fore Bimdowii I had oxiccted to find It Snrsa partita lias lon n fortune and 1 iiavo been caiicu a full of more or me tlmn all just us I had seen it ouco before thousand times n lucky dogl peoplo nnd stir It wus n shock to mo to tlio other medicine All this is much Eustace bu do see it closed uud deserted It wns very I Imve ever taken HiilIerlnR has ceased you really lovo her cold At first 1 walked up and down tho to bend rendod trou Lamar mado on impatient gesture road hut after nwhilo becoming tired ble nnd I linvo been Airs 1 L Ilnttlo You dontToxpoct mo to talk sentiI rested mysolf on n scat by tho way Through sympathy restored to perfect health ment I hopo slda It grew dark very fast after tho x Maxey sighed sun went down und my henrt misgavo Sarsa- me that Iliad done wrong to coma Tho Thats tho troublo I was afraid of You aro too much wrapped up in your sounded so lonosomo moaning tnu oceanbelow mo nnd it nwokosuch n forscience and you imaglno yon dont bo way with mortals who llcvo iu theso things But I toll you cannotpoor or sleep with lorn feeling iu my heart that I boliovo I eat Lamar they nro just as real and essenwas foolish enough to cry ns I sut thcro comfort I hare given tial as nnything olso in our lives to think how miserable mid friendless I my experience with Lamar attempted to forco u tono of Hoods Barsniiarilla was Mlts V I I1ATTLK jocularity Ho viro to Ret Hoods tarborotigh N C What first brought mo to mysolf When did yon ospcrieuco your last was tho realization that tho tears wero aro the beat K per box Hoods Pills great passage Maxey almost freezing ou my checks and that You know 1 never had one But I it would soon bo quite dark I stnrtod believe in it I know It becnusol havo up aud looked along tho road Thcro had May wo como In scon it Tho urtist was n triflo confuted by tho been but few passers but now I saw a Oh indeed Lamars words wcro suddenness of tho arrival and blushed man coming down on tho side next to dry und short but somehow ho looked liko n girl all of which several symp me ami 1 waited for him to pass Ho much more distressed than indifferent toms ou his part nmuscd thophilosophio was so muffled up that I coultl only see Eustace physician very much But Mnxcy was his eyes nnd I thought ho nctcd somo Maxey went on earnestly it lias been your provinco on ninny im nu urtist und liu t ooi forgot Ids embar what strangely Ho suroly saw me but portant occasions to givo mo advice and rassment iu his admiration of tho pic- ho turned his head away quickly when you must acknowledge that In however ture that was piv tntcd to him Tho I looked nt him us though ho did uot bad grace I accepted it 1 generally nctcd two girls stood in tho doorwny with wish to meet my glnncc Then I liegnn on it I cant oxicct you to tuko mine their arms ahjut each other Miss Dyo to realizo what a danger I might bo runbut I am none tho less going to ndviso hud nlready regained her color and her ning nlouo ut this hour in this deserted you n you marry Mrs Forsytho for her eyes sparkled with tho return of health place I watched him fenrfully ns ho money you will regret it nil thodnys of They wero about of u size tuid both went on and I saw him look around toyour Ufa ward mo onco or twice nnd flunlly ho wero dark but there was enough differLamar turned upon him nlmoit an- ence in their faces still to mako an effect- Â¬ crossed over aud came back again on tho This really grily Who told you that Maxey ive contrast Even Lamar who was not other sido of tho way Tho artist replied a littlo stiffly an urtist wus uwnro that his henrt wns frightened me but as ho seemed to bo Nobody I inferred it from what you beating a triflo faster but liko most of going by 1 thought I would wait till ho said You do not lovo her Dont marry his decjov emotions tills was u fact got past und then run for safety with nil my might I started out for this purher known onlv to himself Lovo her No But what is moro to Ellen pose but I had run but a littlo way Shall wo sit hereon thoBofa wheu I heard n sleigh coming very fast tho point I esteem and respect her That asked is enough Maxey this is not an agrco No Hero hero Let her sit from tho direction tho man had gone Sofa from tho direction of tho city I thought ablo subject to ma Dont let us refer to hero by tho window cried Maxey by tho sound tho horses must bo running it again My mother has set her heart whero sho can seo tlio river on this match and oven if I wero conWhy tho ungrateful rascal nlready away I stepped back to tho wall to bo vinced of Its unadvlsabillty I could not has eyes for only one and sho except out of harm- reach but it was only u honorably retreat now If thcro was a from n medical point of view tho least man driving vapidly It was not so dark that I could not see him Ho woro ouo timo when I had a littlo romantic feel- interesting thought Lamar of thoso caps which let down over tho ing for Mrs Forsytho nnd if timo and Still ho ought to havo been content face witli an tvul slit for tho eyes Bo a better acquaintance with her havo en for this forethought of Maxcys permit abled nui to overcome it why that is ted him to tuko n chuir near his own foro ho got to mo ho begnn to l ein in thu horses Tin y stopped so quickly thut my affair If I was weak enough or fool- preference ish enough to tuko n hasty impulsive Maxey sat beside his cnscl iu n posi- Â¬ I hardly reHzcil what wus happening stop iu uu all important matter a step tion from which ho could look into tho Ho was out of ho sleigh uud coming toward mo almost lieforo I really knew which I havo since had reason to iu faces about him gret that is my alluir too If I havo Annette wus just lioginning to get it I did not oven then fully understand Baid to you thut which 1 havo told and sufficiently tu ed to her new fi lends and that I was tlio object of his attack und shall toll to no other person ujkjii earth her now homo to be easy und natural in when I did I had not tho power to cry it is because 1 know yon too woll to be their presence Her shyness hnd been out Ho seized me with tcrriblo strength llcvo that you would betray my confi- wonderful nnd it had taken a long dence Julian you will not mention timo to conquer it But now sho sat putting n cold gloved liandovcr my eyes that I havo said this much to you to n easily nnd gracefully by tho window a nnd mouth und forcing mo backward living soul not even tofaint smilo on her parted lips enjoying ncross tho vail I wns faint with fear Ho stopped nnd avejted his glauco and tho boundless prospect Muxoy gazed and liis glovo pressed mo so tightly that went on again Not even to your near upou her with undisguised admiration I could not breutha I struggled to get est and dearest friend Now let us my face free but ho held mo toofhmly Yon aro looking ho muoh better tochange tho subject day Miss Dye ho said in a burst of Ho pushed mo down in tlio cold snow Maxey looked at his friend regretfulHo got my arms under his knees and enthusiasm ly Lamar coughed und drummed on tho hurt me terribly Then I felt his frco I nm glad to hear that sho replied piano with a look of pleasure It makes mo hand searching my pockets Tho rest is Well Bald the physician nt length begin to hope that tho timo is not far all a blank to mo I must havo lost my you weio saying thut you had your nwiy whon 1 shall boftrong nnd nblo senses nt that moment I supposed I had suspicions Whom do you suspect to go to work at something aud in soma a fover for Iawoko in tho hospital with I suspect that man Dye Isnt it faint wuy repay you all for your great a strungo dizziness in my head ner voice ceased suddenly and each somewhat remarkable that ho disap kindness of tho three listeners drew a sigh of re- Â¬ peared from tho houso iu Flood street Sho glanced furtively at Maxcys lief Even Lamar had averted his faco tho very samo day that this crime wus sketch Tlio nrtist observed tlio look lest sho should seo how interested ho You liko art committed on tho cliff roud It is worth noting nt least What do In my poor way yes but I know so was Sho alono wns free from excito tho polico think littlo about it They wcro foolish meut Tho associations arou cd in her I havo not employed tho polico nt nil enough onco to fancy I had talent for mind by her recollections bcemcd only in this matter I do not propose to ns drawing I learned what I could from to mako her utterly sad nnd cast down long ns it is possible to get along with- books A good lady who had been visit- Â¬ Sho did not need to tell them in so many ing my mother noticed somo littlo words thnt her lifo hud been very un Â¬ out them That is very foolisliof you Supposo sketches I had made and sho was so happy nnd unsatisfactory Muxoy was breathless to know what pleused with them that sho promised to this mun Dyo should return I have fixed that with tho landlord givo mo lessons Sho was vcrykiud was tho cautious physician would next do sho not Perhaps I might havo learned Ho was afraid ho would think thut An I shall know it In half nn hour Good exclaimed Lnninr But 1 to mako a pleasing picture but I lost netto hud dwelt long enough ou gloomy things for ono day To his intenso relief her m I lost every friend I ever hnd am afraid ho wont A painful expression drovo away all Dr Lamar seemed disposed rather to So urn I said Maxey Lamar look- Â¬ ed out of tho window nt tho vast whito nt onco tho brightness and animation iu encourago her to talk Yours was a narrow escape Miss sheet of ico beneath which tho tido flow- Â¬ Annettes countenance Sho turned her ed on unseen After a littlo ho turned head to hide her tears This littlo scetio Dyo ho said und ono for which your again put his hmid on his friends shoul tilled Muxcy with consternation and friends must all bo very grateful Tho puthctic expression in tlio palo oven tho loyul Ellen felt n luomeiUary der and said gravely buspicion Tho doctor alono remained faco deepened Maxoy wo must canso tho newspa My friends I All I havo nro with mo pers to lio for us Wo must givo it out perfectly calm Ho spoke uud his rich I havo no others no not that tho girl is dead thut the operation strong vol eo hnd a cousolatiou for nil hero tono wns so forlorn mid oua Tho desolato killed her If there is anything in this thrco of his hearers But this samo lady of tcrwnrd wroto that Miss Maxcys eyes filled with tears boyond u vulgur wayside volmory wo Suroly surely this cannot bol must put tho rascals off their guard by you a lotter did sho not Ah it Bcems strungo to you becauso No sir A letter making them feel at their cose your lifo has always beeu bright and Very recently I mean Eustace what uro you thinking of Annetto instantly became palo Sho happy You cannot understand Even Your reputation in tlio littlo timo I havo been in your spoko iu a low voico and with nn expres My reputation interrupted Lamar sion which gave them ull a chill ut tho pleasant homo that old lifo of miiio has with ti momentary bitterness Well henrt for nt thut moment they saw tho begun to teem liko a dream It comfort- Â¬ ho went on iu a moro guarded tono mo w looked forth from the from that will take caro of Itself My part face which had alcove room Fortunate- ed donoto havo cscajicd forget it that I havo all I could to it in this mutter will bo known well littlo bed in tho enough when the timo comes I am not ly it wus ouly tho expression of an in mid But you must havo hud a good homo dependent on tlio newspapers Howover stunt If it hud lusted longer Dr Lamar ed refining influences Thnt is betray in ull that you Bay and do I am not sure that my idea is not a wild would certainly have btokeu up tho conAnnettes wholo soul seemed to bo iu ference But it wus ovldeutly only tho ono Can this be done reply Yes Ithinkso Tho manager of Tlio transient result of tho shock to n miud her All that I havo to bo thmikful for I is a friend of mine He will priut Which finds itself suddenly brought f uce Herald owe to one subline vomau whoso frail to faco with u forgotten horror ll and overybody will copy it Yes yes sho said iu a faint voice lifo stood between mo mid degradation I remember it now Sho wrote to me Tho soouer you seo him then tho nnd ignorance who put her vory hearts Her nanio was Hnpgood continued better Dioou mto muuing mo what I am tho physician niter n pnuso I will seo him nt onco said Maxoy 8ho stopped nbruptly ovcrcomo with Sho looked ut him a littlo bewilder ingly and in somo degrco regained her emotion CHAPTER IX Yonr mother suggested Ellen color who Bin was Yes yes I shall I am surprised nt your knowledge My mother I Forgive always call hor sol At last cried Maxoy Hohadbocn mo for not having putting tho finishing touches to askotch but of cf mso you know all ubout it told yon all about It bcfoi a But if you You havo probably seen know light fiom tlio bay wiudow in tho Why uot in tho how it pained mo to bring back Sho hesitated and finally said front room aud throw down his crayon my tho old associations mid tho old feelings Mr Dyo to utter this exclamation Dr Lamar you would not wonder at my Bllcuca Tlw physicinu in his calm manner had just told him that tho time had Just now I was trying to pleaso myself asked another question como to question Annetto tho delusion that it had gouo for- Â¬ Is there uuy reason why this Mrs with But in saying this tho physician ever napgood should Vatu you I want you dtinctly to continued It hasl cried Maxoy and hla sister Hati mo Whatndreudful Ideal Sho In understnnd that sho Is sRll in a very ono breath Ellon crossed tho room I MMA delicate state This examination must Impulsively and kneollug on tho floor bo coudncted judicioJy und it must was tho soul of kindness twos so littlo bcsldo Anuottoa chair took her hand in stop at tho first symptoms ou her part of to her indeed that I was quito suro sho hers and comfortod hor liko a sister Iu unduo agitation or excitement At tho must havo forgot ten ull about ma Ours J littlo timo Anuotto was ablo to spook sumo timo I tun goiug to bo perfectly was ouly the ucquaiutanroof throo days johorently frank with yon Julian und confess thut nt tho Somerset hotel whero my mother If I had not always been so sensitive I am moro ufruld of you than of tho took mo nnd two years havo pussotl slnco and so bashful it would not havo mat Â¬ strength of thu reminiscences Tills wild then tered so muoh but it was bo hard for eyed oxhilututiou iu which you occaSho is a very old lady put in Max mo to make Irlonds I had always to sionally iudulgo is as commuuicutivo to ey Undoubtedly that Is tho explana- wait for somebody olso to toko tho initia- Â¬ u nervous temperament us tho measles tion Sho forgot her nt least so much tive And then when I mot persons Your priucipal fault is that your pulso that tho name Annetto recalled nothing whom I believed I could havo lovod and rises too quickly That will do now It is perfootly possible Whon you got trusted as suro us that day came tho Theyre coming the lotter which you supposed camo from acquaintance was suddenly broken off Thcro was a knock at tho door her you thought it was vory strange and wo wero separated Comlugl echoed Muxoy Why but still you went to meet her ou tho Soparntcd Da whom didnt you tell mo so at ouco 70 HK CONTINUED beach road His chief troublo at this moment was Annetto looked into tho artists face his hair and his nocktio the first of and shuddered but tho tone in which Whenever a druggUt tells you ho has which had riscu lu a combative manner sho spoko was moro tho voice of desola- Â¬ something just as good for roughs grip while tho second somehow had arrived tion than of horror at- a deeidedly demoralized couditiou My good kind friends it is due to etc as Dr Bells Tine Tar Honey dont Maxey had timu only to make one or you that I recall ull this however much two frantic dailies ut each when tho it pains ma I have tried uot to think you believe it for we guarantee that It Is door loading from tho littlo vestibule to of tho past while I have beeu here bat not true We make the genuine and the back parlor was pushed open and a it is too black a shadow ever to let ma authorise all druggist to Kuarantee U playful voice said Sutherland Co IVdueah Ky The K Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ think thnt was proauming on your For Months Whenjtott hnro Bald Mn xeycflgerly told tha story once you nppd novo refer Davie Comity Fair Co incorporated Annual Meeting nt the Grounds nt O WBITSBOBO jCZ ST October 2 3 r II W 4 5 1 694 Wh OFFICERS DIRECTORS E 1 W II Kodgers LW M Fuquu P T WATK1NM 0 H TODn 1 IAKI HWKKNKY W V I Miller Tnylor UNO W Nluughter J W MtUulloch J Q Huvnes D It Tyler CltTKKStf TnM Mood mj Â¬ unn fT 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ToTyinv v THEBRROKRMRIDGE ties Sulzers Btlfl Clemens went to Oweniboro Monday Tho High school opened Monday with II 0 Murray went to Hendenon Sunday Ofllc with David R Murray one door above a falr attendanco J II Rowland went to Louisville Saturday Iott ofllce Dr A A Straont spent Sunday In Owens Our fall styles of ladles and gents boro ties this week Sulzcrs W 0 Allen and wife tuent Sunday In Hen Breckenridge News Get our prices before purchasing your denon WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1891 weekly supplies Vests 0 II Ilaynei cf Ltwisport wai In the city Mr Charley Mattlngly of Hardlns Â¬ tat week burg was in tho city last week Morrla Beard of Uardiniburg wai In tbe Notice to Subscribers King credit and high prices go hand city Sunday The date on the label Indicate the time to which your subscription la paid Albert Miller of Ilardlniburg was In the Thia aervei in hand Try Vests cash system and n expiration both aa a receipt notice every city Monday week Kxamlre the date printed after your you will bo delighted name on the margin oCthla paper and aee if it l Mr II K Smith of Owemboro wai In tbe correct If not correct please to let us know If Hon John W Lewis republican can Â¬ city Monday your lime haa expired please renew at once didate for congress spoko in tho city W 0 Smart went to Henderson tait week Monday night to a largo and npprecla on buitnen LOCAL BREVITIES tlvo audience Geo A Boyd left yeiterday morning for Mr A F Fisher will liavo when com- Â¬ Chicago III Now piints Sulzers F L Boyd of Owemboro ipent Sunday pleted one of tho nicest side walks on Now sorghum Sulzere Wall street Ho is getting it in shape with bli faintly Mlu Ella Iopham rlilted Mln Mary Carter Try our pickles Sulzers to put down a vitrified pament at Holt tait wek For milk toast go to tlio City Bakeiy Ex Suporiutendent Shrewsbury whoso Walter Smart went to Owensboro Monday Electric insoles for toothache Su- Â¬ term has just expired received a nice to attend the ihow gold badgo this week as a present from lzers Mr K a Uannon of Lyonla Ky wai In Barnums show will bo in Louisvllto tho teachers of the county Grayson the etty yeiterday CLOVEItrOKT KY Â¬ NJBTWS GLENDEANE GLOYKRPORT KY GUSTON if r fk K- - PiT - w u u W r -- - IF iSfe iL I to kit H Soveral persons wero baptized at Hill Miss Jaklo Owen is visiting at Hardlns- Â¬ Grovo Sunday burg Miss Blanche Whelan is visiting her Ernest Robertson has been at Sulphur sister Mrs C E Lewis Spring for several days Miss Amanda Dean has rcturued from J II Trent of Brandenburg was in town on business Friday a protracted visit to Washington Aunt Polly Smith who has been very Saturdays excursion for Louisville seemed a slim affair as tho train passed low is Improving slowly Mrs L I Parrott and children are hero Georgo Carwllo wants to bo our next visiting relatives at Weldon Albert J Thompson mado a flying bus- Â¬ I Magistrate Why doesnt some good iness trip to Louisville last week Democrat offer too Miss Henri Cain was tho guest of her Rov I V Timberlake has returned to Now Albany after a two weeks visit in sister Mrs L W Adkisson Friday Miss Roso Z Morris was tho guest of tho neighborhood Robert Weatherford of Harned was Miss Helen Pollock Sunday evening Mrs J R Baskett was tho guest of hereabouts Saturday and Sunday tho Miss Roso Morris Wednesday afternoon guest of Miss Kato Hoard Phillip H AVebb who was called to Everybody saysSquiro Robertson pro- returned Friday morning siUeil with tlignity and honor at his first Owensboro Mrs L W Adkisson was tho guest of court at Rock Vale Friday Misses Eula and Lizzio Miller and Miss Roso Z Morris ono alternoon last their friend Miss Jolly passed through week Theodore Sanders of Louisville spent hero Saturday onrouto home after a a few days last week with tho family of weeks vslt to Ohio County After filling his appointment at Gosh Â¬ B A Hardaway Eaglo Oct 1 Mlu Maggie Abl ipent Saturday and Sun S A Hardaway who has been visit- Â¬ en Sunday Sro Rutledgo enmo into Tho latest song now out is entitled day In Ilolti Bottom Call and sco Vests complete stock town and gave us a splendid sermon at ing his daughter at Hardinsburg return Â¬ Mlu Tula Lewli ipent few dayi with Eilen Aroon by Ramon Moore Mr ed homo Saturday this week tho School Chapel in tho ovoning Moore savs that the above surpasses friendi in Holta lait week Mrs John Meador of Big Spring who A lot of the candidates struck this Fresh crackers and cakes just received Matter Mechanic F J Ferry went to Men HI Sweet Marie by far Tho talented is return town ono of the hottest days last week has been visiting at Owensboro at tho City Bakery denon Friday on builnesi voices of our city should procure same ed Friday morning D Heeler is building a new barn on Qoihen Friday to and freo lemonade quenched tho thirst Iter Itutledge went to J Miss Roso Z Morris mother and llttlo Mrs E L Clark received a telegram fill bli regular oft very voter A finer set of fellows appointment his farm near Kirk xuesaay nignt announcing tho serious F M Mr and Mri J L Oanane bare mored never solicited votes and wo actually niece wero tho guests of Mrs Mr Heron is shipping a lino lot of illness of Mrs Lida Jennings nco Shall from Fordivllle to WblteiTllle feel sorry for tho ones whoso hopes are to Osborne Saturday lumber to Buffalo N Y Misses Nona Johnson and Eva Carrigan cross at Ashville K 0 Mrs Clark left fall in November for thoy are good men Mlu Ella Kurti of Webiter went to Rut Leavo your order for Chas Tinius over tho Texas road yesterday morning olivine last week to attend ichool Hores the situation Carlt Richardsons attended services at the Irvington Bapt Â¬ grapes at the City Bakery Mr Smith the pump and lumber man ist church Sunday for that place Cannelton Telephone running qualities are without limit Kylo Adkisson who has been visiting John Kiser has built a neat little cot Judgo Hoard Is invincible J Judgo Mur Â¬ Mr Janes E Chapin is removing an Rook Vale wai In town Saturday is comfort- Â¬ Orvllle Qregory ipent one of thoie delight tago homo over on Water street rays election conceded Rhodes ticket friends and relatives at Irvington Lodi old land mark on the turnpike Tho ful dayi at Brandenburg lait Sunday It is economy to trade with Charles old Singleton house that has stood for Dr S X Hall wai the gueit of Mayor and is too popular to go down j DeJornetto burg and Louisville returned Saturday Misses Nora Johnson Bowling Greeni runs on election day j Henry Garner is Lishcn Ho will treat you light years Is to be replaced with a new cot- Â¬ Mri J P Barry Saturday and Sunday Clara and Ethel Adkisson were the good enough Assessor tage for anybody Mr Chapin owns the farm and in Fresh cakes and just the thing for tho Mri Jamea Hendrlek of Irvington wai Somebody had better look for a job of guests of Miss Eva Carrigan Wednes addition to the dwelling he is to put on viiltlng friendi attepbeniport lait week chlldrens lunch basket Sulzeis day woodsavlng this winter it will make other improvements on the Menri T 1 and J 0 Tell of Lowiiport Lislien tho substantial butcher has re- Â¬ Miss Roso Z Morris her mother Mrs placo paned up on the train Monday for Louisville duced choice beef steak to 8 cents When tho children drink bad water Jas II Morris and niece Edith Cole of II 0 Knapp and wife have returned from Tho Cloverport colored band will board Did you ever notice it Sulzers al and eat too much green fruit or have Louisvlllo were tho guests of Mrs L W tho colored excursion train at this placo Phccnlx Arliona to their homo In Irvington ways receiving new goods Sulzers the stomach ache or diarrhrxa from any Adkisson Thursday Mr and Mri Bab Crlder were In Oweniboro that runs to Hendorsdn on the li inst Jas Osborne Si Jesse Cunningham Our Ice cream is still as good as it over Thoso who last week the guesti of Mr and Mri J cause you neednt bo alarmed about handle tho wind instruments them If you will get a 23c 50c bottle of and Jas Osborne Jr who havo been Co Walker was and just as cheap Kledel are practicing regularly for the occasion The Hon John W Lewis Is being chaperoned Dr Bells Anti FIux thoy will bo at play engaged in erecting a building at St Gllmours Merry go round is over at anu iney promise to give tlio neroes over the county by W A Smith of Ilolti in half Martins returned Saturday Lehrhiield delighting the youngsters hour after tho first dose thatcomo out of tho woods that day Bottom R J Patterson accompanied his little Samuel Gilbert of tephensport has somo soul stirring strains which thoy Mlu Grant of New Orleans Is at Snap Shots From The People grand daughter a bewitching golden been granted an increase of his pension are not accustomed to Font Hill the gueat of Mr and Mrs C M B F Heaiu A pointer in shoes either pointed or Speaking of blankets haired tiny muid to her homo in Louis- Â¬ Bob Allen Is down at tho Falcoln Bullitt Â¬ squnro you will find the latest at SulThe samo blankets I sold last year for So ville Wednesday returning Thursday Mr II 0 Yeager went to Irvington Sunday mines acting as bank boss blacksmith I will sell this year for 4 This is what morning zers and general utility man When it comes tojulnthe bridge carpenter with whom he tho now tariff has dono for blankets Phillip II Webb who was called to The outflow of trade is greater than ii to work Jimmy Wheeler tho inflow thats why we keep our to running a coal hank thoro are very few I found something Owensboro on account of tho illness of Miss Loianie Norris of Louiville li the men who know moro about tho business stock fresh Sulzers on the street tho other day the property his neipce Miss Ida Moredock and cs than Bob Allen Ho was raised up in a gueitof Mr and Mri Edward Oglcaby at of somo pretty young lady All Jesse E Keys is a Republican candi Â¬ I ask for timablo young lady returned homo Beech Grovo Monday date for Constables in tho Bewleyvllle mine and knows just what to do and how Henry Nicholas traveler for the W B its return is a kiss from the owner to do it He says the Falcoln coal is the Mrs J Bandy nieco and two children Sc Co and Webster districts of Louisville was In our city Jimmy is fixing a way to keep that Belknap Chas E Lewis Oris Anderson Mrs Something good to eat and prices cor- Â¬ best he ever saw dug out of the hills in last Monday article Mr Meyer of Lew rect whoro will I find it Willie and Mrs At Vests this section Tho mines turn out about Yes I lmvo bought Lucinda Stith and soveral others attend- Â¬ John Monarch ten cars a day and Bob Pierce of this Isportj are In the city visiting relatives a lot in Owensboro as an investment G ocery Department I ed tho Sells Bro show at Louisville Sat Â¬ and friends expect to build a house on it for rent urday John Woods of this city has a novel city sells it all rapidly Misses Beuah Bennett and Ellen McGeheo A party composed of Geo J Neff wife ty in the way of a chicken It has four Have not thought of moving there at of Irvington went to Louisville Monday t present Cant say what I may do in and children Mrs A A Baxter and lit- Â¬ feet and legs all perft ct Public Speaking enter school tle daughter Mrs James II Morris and If you are a judge- of quality you will the future The Democratic candidates of Breck- Â¬ Mrs II C Boyd and daughter Belle Bruce of say our candies are the best and purest inridge county will speak at the follow- Â¬ William Jolly There is nothing grand daughter Miss Edith Cole D C visited relative In thli of Washington in town 0 Keidol Co sweeter than a nice clean pretty baby Louisville and Miss Roso Morris spent ing times and places viz city last week Sunday afternoon at tho Sulphur Spring F P Hagood lias moved his bridge Stephensport Tuesday Octobers 189 Dr Will Taylor of Owenaboro wai in the I love them better than any man No Chas E Anderson who has been at forco up to Otter creek whero another Mooleyville Wednesday October 3 city a few dayi lait week the guest of Dr and Ill except Jim Lyons who has had iron bridgo Is to bo put in eleven tocomo to his houso He loves Irvington at work for several days reUnion Star Thursday October 4 Mrs S S Watklns turned homo Saturday to take chargo of Jerry Gamine has resumed his placo Wyatt Buih fireman on the Texas has them a little better than I do Webster Friday October 5 as ongineon tho branch Ho has been Dave Murray Lewis will bo as tho postofllco during the absence of Miss been promoted to take charge of the iwitoh Irvington Saturday October 0 on tho sick list for several weeks badly fooled in his raco as I was Just Clara Adkisson who expects to accom- Â¬ engine at Louisville Hardlnsburg Monday October 8 Dr J B Cottrell and grand daughter To day you see it tomorrow its gone such crowds como to hear me They pany Miss Nona Jolinson to her home in Garfield Tuesday October 23 Florence arrived on Monday evening1 train were fully as enthusiastic just keep coming and you will find His speech Bowling Green Bewleyvllle Wednesday October 21 from Ruisellville Ky is as fine a free trade speech as I want to something now all tho time Sulzers Big Spring Thursday October 25 Ging- Â¬ FOR SALE Metiri Frank Edwards and Charlie Mai VLfohon the city butcher can always hear If a duty on sugar increases tho Hudsonvllle Friday October 20 i be One hundred and three acrei of land lying terion of Lewiiport were the guests of the price and the consuraor pays it why found at his placo of business Have Custer Saturday October 27 Isnt within one half mile of Uardiniburg on the Misses Mullen Sunday It truo of everything clso been here for nineteen years anil expect Cloverport and Uardiniburg turnpike and the Westviow Tuesday October 30 W M Ragsdale of Washington D C wai the tamo fair ground to stay T M Heeler Speaking of water Â¬ Sixty land on whichplace old suitable for atoodÂ¬ McDaniels Wednesday October 31 cultihere leveral days last week the gueit of Mr li acrei of thli The oldest men end more especially I saw n man ovor at Princeton vation and about thirty acrei In timber The melons Sock Vale Thursday November 1 and Mrs Geo W Short widowers can took young and stylish if Ky tlio other day trying to buy a melon filaee la under good fence and well watered It Mattlngly Friday November 2 Mlsi Mlttle Fralie of McDaniels returned from desirable location for a good lias they wear our shirts collars and cuffs a wagon Tho farmer asked the a good building site and la alwaysfarm Cloverport Saturday November 3 convenient home Monday after a pleasant visit to Mri Babbage fellow a dime for ono tho man replied to market Terms reasonable Apply to The Republicans and Third party can J D Frank Grayion Eagle J T KINQUTON Hardlnsburg Oscar W McGavock drovo through saying I can buy ono over on tho corner didates for county duces are respectfully in Judge and Mri J A Mnrray and ion tho city Monday with sixteen head of iiiitnuvuoiwuuttuu pailiviliatu III IUU twice as big as yours for five cents Allen on bli little pony went to Uardiniburg SHERIFFS SALE FOR TAXES hogs for shipment Humph said tho farmer dont you sup He Bays they will debates J E Monarch 0 D 0 0 Sunday and returned Monday bring him 6c pose its ns much trouble to raise a little On Monday September 17th 1894 lor one Rev W A Lusk and wife left yesterday Mrs Louisa M Woosley tho evange- Â¬ watermelon as it is a big one of my deputiei will offer at Publlo Auction at tSeir home Mri for Ouyendotie Weat Va list has been granted license by the May Death of Mrs Eli Dean I want to pay my sub- Â¬ tbe Court house door in Uardiniburg Breok Fisher Luik ii greatly Improved in health son county court to solemuize the rites scription Havo been putting it off for enrikge county Ky for cath In hand tbe folNews reached hero yestorday of tho Mr and Mri A R Fisher and Mlsi Man oi matrimony death of Mrs Delilah Fisher widow of nie White and little David Murray apent sometime Ive beon attending church lowing real estate or to much thereof as will Tho Owensboro Inquirer says Mr Ezekol Fisher pretty regular latoly and the preacher satisfy the revenue and county levy and rail- Â¬ at Gas City Ind leveral days at Webater last week Wood Wortham tho East End druggist has had a great deal to say about men road tax due as stated below Mrs Fisher was for a number of years Mri J B Randall bai returned from Belfre has moved into tho Sites property on a resident of this city but doing their duty that they would feel Jesse Qray 13 acres of land See deed book when Mr very much improved in health Her lis Â¬ better Revenue and county levy for Bolivar street and bo happier Ive boen neg Â¬ 30 page 450 Jako Miller with whom sho lived went ter Mlu Lea Furnatl accompanied her Prayer meeting at the Baptist church to Gas City Mrs lecting paying you so Ill tako the tbe years 1891 and 18H2 and cost 900 Fisher accompanied Messrs Peter Stader and Samuel Hall hare Froeborn 0 Jackson 110 acres of land same this evening and at the Methodist church him Mrs HAiiDiNsmma ky Fisher is better known to purehaied Virgil Longi outfit and will con- Â¬ preachers advice and see if what he says deeded to S M Plckeral See deed book 31 tomorrow evoning Services begin at a somo of the older Is truo residents of Cloverport duct a butcher ibop at the same old stand Revenue and county levy for 1891 quartor to eight W J Dean Sr Dont see how wo page S14 with whom sho mingled in years past and 1602 and cott 1505 Miss Pearl Ditto after several days visit to peoplo ovor hero could get I am hero to protect the communit- yalong without These will bo pained to hear of her Mr and Mri Jno D Dabbsge returned to John T Johnson 40 acres in magisterial Monopoly does not make any difference tho railroad now It has been a great district No fl Same death as she was a great friend to many land now owned by benefit to us Just think of hauling our Charles Radenhelmer Revenue and county but will sell choice beef steak at the low of them Mrs Fisher was in her 70 her home in Brandenburg last Wedneiday Mrs J H Meador of Big Spring passed figure of 8 cents year Her husband Ezekol Fisher died up on the train Friday returning from a visit produco to Clovorport liko wo onco did levy for 1889 1890 1891 and 1892 and rail Graham Polk brought to this market in this city many years It would be an endless job Take wheat road tax lor 1891 and coit f 29 13 SBS3-SS6eSSS- ago Mrs Fish Â¬ to her litter Mrs J II Etkridge Oweniboro last week tho finest lot of watermelons of Before tho railroad camo I never raised Tinaley Rbodei 50 acrei of land same now r ers remains were deposited in the com M- - W 0 Parki was more of Hunt City III the season They wore equal to famous tery at Gas Citv than enough to do mo for tho owned by Cai Rhodes In magisterial dlttrlot visiting his brother Mr Sam Parks at Clifton reason I could not afford to Georgia melons haul it to No 0 Revenue and county levy and rail Mill lait week It wai bit first visit In ten market Last year I raised on my placo road tax for 1891 and cott 1390 Tho Salem Association meets with tho years TOBINSPORT IND Mn Mollis S Pulllam ono town lot In Buck Grovo church Meado county next nearly 3000 bush ols and had very little Mn 0 E Llghtfoot returned Monday trouble with it Found a ready and con- Â¬ Uardiniburg Ky now owned by Matblaa Wednesday Sept 10 Bush Grovo is Eno has been evening from Sorghotown two miles from Ekron Watermelons are playing out venient market got the crop off my Miller See Commissioners deed book No 3 there for some time viiltlng friendi and Revenue and county levy and rail Owensboiois preparing to put down hands quick and with very little expense page 32 Perry Drink water of Missouri is visit Â¬ relalvei road tax for 18H and coat 2085 vitrified brick streets Are our plants ing relatives hero This is a fine wheat section and we can See Henry Nicholson 112 acrei of land Mn Cbai May returned to tha city Satur- Â¬ preparing to soil them make monoy raising it at 50c If not thoy had Edwin Polk of Eureka is visiting rel Â¬ day from Oweniboro Revenue and oounty deed book Q page 240 She hat been there at hotter be hustling down there 1892 and railroad Ux for 1891 and atives here this week the bedside of her litter Mn J R Holt who Every person big little old or young levy for The way to cure a cough is to stop tho Miss Grace Allen returned to her homo li very III black or white rich or poor who has oott935 coughing Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey To buy goods reasonable is the Mri Amanda Smith one lot In Uardiniburg Mr Nat Raltt of Cincinnati 0 arrived over used Dr Sells Pino Tar Honey pro- Â¬ Ky See deed book 44 page 330 now owned cuts Iooso the mucous heals tho lungs in Louisville a day or two ago Saturday very unexpectedly to lee bli mother nounce store for you to go to We only The folks that went to the Association it tho best cough and lung rem Â¬ by Elijah Board and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip Revenue and county levy accompanied by his daughter Miss Annie and edy on earth Its truo too so we guar- Â¬ and railroad tax for 1891 and coit 055 at Deer Creek report a good time cough In one night advertise what we mean and do ion Charles antee Denny Meagher 130 acrei of land lying on Mrs Royal went to Rome Saturday it Tho Grand lodge of tho Knights of Miss Mayrae Griffith who has been viiltlnr Try us and then be your own the Turnpike one and a half mllei from Uar- Â¬ Pythias meets at Paducah next Tuesday is said to mako a prohibition speech In Oweniboro returned home last week She Some Remarks on the Death of Lish diniburg now owned by John W Kennedy We are selling nil our Judge Svpt 18 Mr Gus Brown la tho represen- Â¬ Father II G Lamton of Rock Vale will leave for Oxford Ohio thli wick where Fisher by Hii Revenue and county levy for 1889 and cost tative from the lodge In this city Summer Coods at cost for we preached at tho Baptist church Sunday he enteri school 1070 Faator Fashion fancies the creation of an night Mlu Alice Mattlngly who hat been viiltlng do not want to carry goods over George Tueker One tract of land See deed bpur stjle to day next week perhaps Isaac Fisher died Monday night Sept Elder J T AVinchell and wife return Â¬ relatlvoi at Yellow Lake thli ooantyretumed book 39 page 409 Revenue and oounty levy from one season to another something newer we are up to date 3rd His funeral was preached at 10 a borne Saturday accompanied by ber cousin ed home last Saturday after an extended for 1890 and coit o 90 m Wednesday at the Baptist church by merchants a continual inflow and out- Â¬ Mr Marcus Mattlngly Visit oui store and purchase David W Qoodman 10 acrei land near J visit here pour Sulzers His body was then car- Â¬ Orayi In Custer dlttrlot Revenue andeounty Mist LaFayette Lallelst left Monday even Â¬ Rov S P Lock some of the great bargains The talk Sro Lamp ton gave the boys Mrs Settle Mattlngly wife of Jack ing for Boiton Mm She will remain all ried to tho Fisher graveyard and placed levy for 1891 tax and cott 775 Mattingly Sample died at her homo at Sunday School we hope will bo long winter cultivating her musical talent at tbe In Its final resting place John Fooli heln 50 acret near Jai Gar Â¬ Old Reliable Store there last Thursday after a lingering 111 remembered Mrs Miller and household have been ment now owned by Horace Aldridge New England Conservatory The water in the Ohio river is so low neea of consumption She was hurried Tbe gentlemen named below went to Ilar Â¬ taking care of the deceased for a number Revenue and county levy for 1892 tax and that it is impossible for the boats to come dlniburg Monday on legal business Menrr of years and now have laid his body cost 730 at Hardlnsburg Friday Mrs Richard Roby living down in in at our landing J L Aiklni 25 acres by LAtklniln Thoi Watklns Chas Llshen Itrnl Holder away nicely Daviess county presented her husband Mrs Miller you and household have Rough Creek dlttrlct now owned by Jno Several of the young people went to Jno II Carson and Frank Payne GUSTON KY Revenne and county levy for 1891 with a fifteen pound boy The clothes Rome Saturday and Sunday to attend a Mrs Sllaa Jordan of Irvington oeme home done your duty and your friends in black Cook 1892 and railroad Ux for 1891 amount tax whieh had been provided or the young Â¬ basket dinner given for the benefit of from Louisville last Saturday Mrs Jordan appreciate It When old age and Borrow has been lusTering with rheumatism for some shall have furrowed your and your fam- Â¬ and cott 1082 ster arrival were very mjich too small the Methodist church Oeo W Clark 31 teres now owned by time She It very much Improved for it and some three year old garments ilys cheeks and made white your hair Henry O Feutrttt in Hough Creek dlttrlet were brought in and found just the thing Mtsa Aaanda Deaa returned lait Saturday caused your voices to grow faint and Revenue and oounty levy for 1891 1842 Mr CUjIm Robertson of Keek LUk Ky and from a six weeki sojourn la Washington Cfty Davieea county is noted for lief big ba Â¬ steps to grow trembling making peace railroad Ux for 1891 amount Ux aid cost wat la Uwa yesterday She bad a delightful vlIt and comes bene on earth no longer possible bies and big watermelons may the 8S7 Al UetineR utile a tour ef tto OMsty 0X SAIL Six per cent will be added to the above 0 P ftHkp7MUr of tbe h Si h T perfectly charmed with the Nattenal Olty God of Heavea send U you all protect Â¬ amounts when tbe property It sold acres vvell Insrevtd with lwt wmIc oa Ida bleyok One farm of l AU out get Matty Iersoni Meewe 0 W Moorman Jr J RMIllaua ing angela that will hover around your irooapple trees bearing wtthla three miles of Uvea under my hand at Sheriff of Breekeo ftem ew wi er wmhK Am keteft Mp If J My 4 W Mm m b4 0 T Mlllaaa ad P Mefferleft bet Sm Kv AImms ferMofaaf acios oe over wore territory i 1m time txw lrvlsta of Hewley vllU Ky Wllf Mil cheap bedside and eoAdbwt your spirits to a ridge oounty thli ISHh day of Auget 14 wile Srtk BrowH8 Iroti BiMM omam Own im Ik KMAMrilitf taJ mkM aay roaa la the state If ie wbei we day e their wheel a4 t4e the teHawtag bIaha of alAMBjd -- J 8 BeJIRNKTTK HH BVBMtl a L rVrtber Blmr If w Biihal flajejUa aail tvtttvnsftpteavae ol a kMtter WM rOYNTWU B htur rWrWrftlrUgtoit eervf ATTORNEY Gus Brown AT LAW Wo arc anxious to please Vests Sco our fall stylo of ladles and gents PERSONAL Eugene Vest tick A Corner On Corns Have you got one Corn cures wont cure corns half as quick as right fitting shoes and when the shoes o cure them they stay cured dont come back any more An especially desirable shoe this Ladies French Kid Button square toe medium opera heel worth 400 going now at 300 for it a stylish able small looking shoe of great durability lPlslc SSSr OiSiS Your Own Price Ginghams of all styles all brands and all colors for -- 1 7c per Yard Even the nice French hams which have sold at 15c a yard are bound to go for the same money Come and get a pattern before it is all gone Respectfully Â¬ B P Beard Co Â¬ Dry Goods Notions Furniture Carpets Mattings Oil Cloths Shoes Groceries THE STORE tmmmmmmmit m Hardware Glassware Chinaware Neff Kagin Tinware Egpgrafln MK rf v Ky li I 1r Y mmm4 X H fy twlBa BrfTp--r - m MsmiMt jw SfS vFiVriWTT 1 fr33Jt1LfiliQlSteip kW mtasynt iijjsmsi THE BadbKaNftlDQEl miw ty t -- wv Piwri9Virfi rfTfvi r frif wrs - V NIRW8 Fold find Que OnOVBPOEm SV JU SI m Wt WML I MMI Uk- - isjWWW i UitHJfyXSfiii J - r twtsi Highest of all n travelling Tower Latest U S Govt Report OLD AUNTY Ono fkpherd Ms Ami other sheep I Jiavo whlth are not p folil John x id GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT CO KENTUCKY In gj RoYal Powder igagag Baking Moralizos on Tho Sorpont In Tito Saloon It was Laughablo From Ono Standpoint But Awfully Look - ABSOLUTELY PURE the fifteen years specified in the McKin ley law In that time tho growing citne WEDNESDAY SKPTKMNKIt 12 1891 would havo been extended to Mcridan Miss and beets would havo becomo What I Love independent of tho rest of tho world elpln o the lonR yeared I lore to hear the Uy means of tho original bounty Franco yaller houn and Germany have becomo tho sugar the trail an huitlet with his nose A he strikes producers of tho world and but for tho close to the groun certainly of succors offered by that stim I love to see It it tlartln like a streak o shlnln ffotd ulus tho effort would not havo been Through the hushes an the sage grass It Is made It was for them u wise and music to my soul beneficial measure of a noJilln hshln I love to feel the Jerkin However as tho sugar bounty lias been pole voted un dcmocratic iu this country the ever bite Is echoed liy my thrnbblnanxlous Ior revenue must bo raised and tho inci- Â¬ soul love to sit a walten when I know tharcs dental protection thus afforded is per fishes nigh meated to tho wisdom of the party An can sec cm hohliln up an ilown to catch a Two of tho great imports at least might iljrln fly bo made homo staples sugar and tea I loc to sec a lection thit Is minigcil on the Millions thatgo out might thus bo kept square Where thare aint no angry sputln a fillen ol at homo and the diversified interests the air Mould afford employment for tho thou out a I lotc Id rc a candidate tli it wont fill sands who want to labor Agricultural note labor is the best but this country with An try to pans on me fcr the value ol my otc all its blow fosters it the least Atlanta Constitution Citizen Not a particle of quinine nor any min Â¬ A Good Record eral mibstnnco is contained in Ayera Ague Curo yet it is a warranted Bjtecillc The following from the Hopkinsvillo for malaria Kentuckian is tho record of Judge M I llrown whoso portrait we printed some weeks ago Judgo Brown is a candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky If honesty integrity and close attention to duty go for anything tho Judge cer- Â¬ tainly is entitled to kodio consideration Citizen Thinks That We Are Yet When a mans record at home is clean and clear and lie has been faithful to a Long Way from That every trust thero is no danger in out- Â¬ Millennium siders taking him up Tho Kentuckian I Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Serious When Ynu at it From Anothor Breckenridge News A GOOD TEMPERANCE SERMON No doubt many persons laughed on teadingof tho fright and the imagination of tho men who were in Boyds saloon when tho Eerpoiit leisurely crawled in Looking at the afTiIr from tho ludicrous side it was laughablo but looking at it from a serious standpoint it will natur ally enough bring us to a comparison of the small danger of that serpent to tho danger of tho surpent lurking in the glass The feelings of those who saw and killed the serpent crawling in tho siloon were feelings of fear and pxeitment fol- Â¬ lowed in a few moments by mirth and fun oh they related tho adventure to Hut how much more aw their friends ful and Intense must bo tho feelings of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FREETRADE says And In the Moan Time Sugar Is One of iho Articles That Should Bo Taxed ARE FAVORED SECTIONS Those who have used Dr Kings New Discovery know its value and those who havo not have now the opportunity to try it Freo Call on tho advertised DruggiBtand get a Trial Bottle Freo THAT ASIDK Send your name and address to II K It is not sectional compluiut now to be Bucklen Co Chicago and get a sam Â¬ put forth It is the queer statesmanship ple box of Dr Kings New Life Bills of our law makers and of southern mem Â¬ Free as well as a cmy of Guido to bers especially They have yielded to Health and Household Instructor Free the demands of the Kast for free new All of which is guaranteed to do you material thinking that it is that much good and cost you nothing A It Fishfree trado gained and therefore De- Â¬ ers drug store mocracy Free raw material is and always has been tho shibboleth of manNEW BETHEL ufactures It is the false doctrine of tho A long drouth wo are glad to say has false political economists who teach that tho wealth of a nation consists in the been broken by a glorious rain Vegeta- Â¬ accumulation of exchangeable wealth tion is looking up since bcing drenched money and trade in tho fewest hands by such n good rain for it tends to build trusU and I lev J A McDcrmott the Home jiovoi oiikh Missionary spent a week in this vicinity For instance no ono in this country Belling books and distributing tracts for wants free sugar except n few cranks tho benefit of tho people Our Sunday And tho great sugar trust of whom it is School is progressing very nicely at presuuid that they havo bought up SIOOOO ent I hope it will bo beneficial to tho 000 worth and dont now want a tax upon church and people of this vicinity nny moro iuijwrts for a year Died Friday August 2 of that dread Â¬ No article can yiold u largor amount to ed disease consumption James Seaton tho revenue than sugar unless It is son of Klizubeth and James teuton de- Â¬ Onq more Jink uiiseing ceased coffee and there is a general agreement chain ono more taken from the inthu family that coffee should bo on tho free list for from which three have preceded him to tho reason that it is tho great universal tho grave where their remains have been beverage and a luxury of the tioor laid to rest uutjl tlo final esurrectlon Ik causo it cannot bo grown in this coun J Bucklen ArnicaS alvc- try no inuutry la damaged by Its The Dkht 8Aivb in tho world tor Outs Importation freo of duty Not bo with sugar Caiiecnltlvation is in full blast Bruises Sores Ulcers SultltheumFovtr in Louisiana Texas and Florida and Sores PetterCbapped HandsChilblainB Â¬ WAphj sugar is an industry of the extreme Corns and all Skin Kruptlons and pos North while sorghum and beets are itively cures lilefl or no pay required It Is guaranteed to give jxirftct satis Â¬ olbie anywhere iu the union la ordinary Rood faith the bounty on faction or money refunded Irlee 25 Mtsjar should have bea continued or cents per box For sale by A It Fiher Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Again in the South is heard the silly cry of fifty years ugo one of tho rallying Free trade and cries of nullification sailors riglite and they iaiagino that the enormous free list of tho Wilson bill i9a6tcp in that direction Are they prepared for direct taxation in addition tostatonnd county taxes Are they prepared to pay double tho sum for the Hiipport of the federal government The proposition is not to bo enter tained iheexpensesof tills government from tho first have been provided for mainly by import duties that is by a tariff If there were a reasonable possibility of tho adoption of such a measure as direct taxntiou it would be well that is the even and honest mode for by the tariironly tho consumers of imports pay taxes hence the poor support tlm gov- Â¬ ernment for they are tho great con Â¬ sumers Few in number are tho rich and tho extra luxuries they pay in tho aggregate are little with tho millions consumed by tho poor Hut all this need not bo discussed wo are a long way from free trade What is of more concern wo have upon us the ruinous effects of favor and protection The caprice or tho interests of parties in power lead them to favor certain pur Â¬ suits or certain sections of tho country Tho North has tho members and the wealth consequently legislation leans toward the North It is not in nature that it should be otherwise Ships are built at tho nortbarins are manufactured there tho army and the navy and tho officers of the government aro furnished from tho North and finallytho pensions the largest one item of tho civil list is mainly paid out there Tho pensioners must be humored the manufacturers of tho east must bo protected and the northern producers of barley and peas and hops and eggs can havo entended to them tho fostering hand ot tho govern- Â¬ ment hut tho South only rich in ore coal cotton and Bugaris to bear without aid the rivalry of Cuba of Nova Scotia of 1iiypt of India or of all tho world in her staples Â¬ Â¬ Judge Milton D Brown after a ssr vice of four years turned over tho office of city judgo last Saturday to his succes ludgi Brown was elected by the sor popular vote in 1SII0 overcoming a Re Â¬ publican majority of lr0 in the city and getting in by 121 votes lie camo into office lit a time when the laws wero al- Â¬ most a dead letter Tho city was full of disreputable characters and lawlessness ran riot and good order was at a discount He took hold of the matter iu a strickly business way and it was not long before ho had the work house full of convicts and numbers of tho chronic lawbreak- Â¬ ers seeking their health in other states In a few months thero was not a moro law abiding community in the state than Hopkinsvillo and this era of good order still continues Dining tho four years he was In office Judge Brown tried M20J penal cases and turned into the city treas ury 5X5183 moro than enough to pay the expenses of his court including the city attorneys salary and leave a hand some revenue for tho city He sent to the work house 511 convicts who satisfied In addition fines amounting to 10121 to these amounts thero are 7000 or 8 000 in outstanding fines some of which will be turned into tho treasury With four exceptions ho held court every week day in fotir years j also six nights and three Sundays Ho was ab sent from his office only four days and Ho was from tho city only two nights in ids office by 7 oclock every morning and was always found at his home when needed at night to issue papers Judge Browns record as on attentive and impartial officer is ono of which he may well feel proud Upon retiring from office Saturday he was presented with an elegant gold headed cane by a number of representative citizens Itwss ongraved with the inscription An ImTho presentation was partial Judgo made at 0 oclock and Judge Brown re- Â¬ sponded in a feeling manner expressing his high appreciation of tho testimonial of the good opinion of his fellow citizens Judge Brown will bo a candidate for Lieutenant Governor before tho next State convention and will cuter upon a canvuss of the State in a few weeks Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ All Free excitement terror heart rending angu ish and bitter humiliation of the mother or the wife to see her boy or husband pass out of a saloon reeling and staggering with drunkenness having been bitten by tho serpent of tho wine glass Tho husband who a few short years ago the eyes led her as a bride to the alter that then looked on her with a love reaching to admiration as he solemnly vowed to love honor and protect her through life now bleared bloated and all tho light of reason quenched by the fire of intoxication in his brain A very conflagration of the eternal burnings in his soul His tottering manhood bend ing bis steps as best ho can to the home of qualor and poverty to tho neglected weeping wife ragged and hungry child- Â¬ ren to tho homo curtained with gloom all by this dispoiler of happiness tho serpent in the glasx If the saloonkeeper would as he looks well cared on his own little family for and sees his own little ones around his feet compare them with the children and wives of those ho is robbing of the very sustenance of life it does seem to mo if be had one particle of conscience remaining in him bo would throw down the cursed traffic and say lit him who will put the bottle to tho lips of his neighbor but as for me I will try to wield a benign influence of chrislanity in its stead and try to change these de solate homes into little earthly heavens While I advocate taxation for every- Â¬ thing tltat tends to uphold all of our use- Â¬ ful public institutions and tho upbuild- Â¬ ing and protection of society from crim- Â¬ inality of wary form and tho uplifting of suffering humanity by every possible means iuourpowcrin behalf of humanity accursed with the nefarious whisky traffic I can not but utter a protest oguust it It is tho fountain head of fourt fifths of the sorrow and utter degradation and proverty our country is heir to it fills our poor houses with paupers it populates our prisons with criminals it sends our own boys and husbands to tho chain gang and rock pile it thribbles the expensts of our government and contributes nothing but blight to tho common- Â¬ wealth Tho corruption to our youth by this arch fiend can not bo estimated Oh for a law for the corrupting the young such as thero was over two thousand yeas ago even in tho times of tho Med cs anil Persians That for money posi- Â¬ tion nor royalty could ono Do spared for violating tho law Fven as Vashtl the beautiful and virtuous queen was necessitated to quit tho throne of tho Persian empire forever for n violation of tho law And the king of tho Phocluns suffered one 6 his eyes plucked out that his dis Â¬ obedient son might be spared who had transmit sscd tho law Socrates one of the wisest and best men the world had ever known up to his time was put to death accused of corrupting youth It does seem liku we are degenerating from tlu bo half barbarous nations when wo license for revenue what they out of regard for their state prohibited Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Stephcnsport Sept A M Bailey UIII 1 AVNTV 1891 a well known citizon of Kugone Oregon says his wifo has for years been troubled with chronic dl arrhiea and used many remedies with little relief until shu tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and diarrluea Itemedy which has cured her round and well Give It a trial and you will be surprised at tho prompt relief it affords 23 and 50 cent bottles for sale by A It Fisher Board Clover port Ky and Kincheloe Hurdiusburg Ky BIG SPRING Miss Hortenso Miller is visiting friends in Cecilia Born to the wifo of J W Collins a fine girl weighing 11 pounds Itevs Street and Duo ore engaged in a protracted meeting at this place Mr William T Wheatley returned home from Loitchfleld last week Four colored boys of this place wero sent to jail last week for gambling Master Preston Sites of Henderson was visiting at this place last week Dick Dowell and John Kicluinlgon went to Louisville Monday to Bell their -- Adams death was caused by a fall Good common senso is uncommon good sense Shoes nre selling so low that thoy hard- Â¬ ly hide the hole In a gentlemans sock Tho ltepubllcan candidate for Gover Â¬ tobacco m nor will stump tho Statu and Watt John Morris and Gabu Meador return- Â¬ Hardin will btump thu ltepubllcan ed homo from llanllhsbiug Saturday caudldato for Governor after n very enjoyable time Mw Tula Meador went to Ovrcnsboro Frank Moon is a c tndidutu for Governor hut week to see hor sister Mrs Bottle ot South Carolina As ho nnnouiicta Ifckritlge who is sick with typhoid fev- Â¬ himself an iudepondout candidate tho er man in tho moon is just us indistinct as William Pool salesman for J M Bob over inson A Co was here last Thursday quit Bold Mr A It Morris a splendid lino ol A writer in tho Courier Journal de goods clarca that the woman who displays a William Pendleton and Miss Lucy O School books and school tmppllus at limb while riding bicycles ia Jacking Miller were united In the holy bonds of Babbsgs iu modesty but very fnw nun will look matrimony last Wednesday at the re May they I sidence ot the brides father Baklitg Powctar at It that way Or Prices Crwm gptiiiu many nappy years legeuittr There are fewer infldek among the WmMi Pair Hfehwt AwarJ Denominational prldu is another immn for religious weakness and is proof of a A broad and generous small nature man is in Hympathy with nlltho Bectir ot Christendom and would not impose tho form of worship which ho personally prelim on nny one but Insists tint each man shall believe what he pleaeoe pro vided it result In an honest life God will never ask what special relig ious body you belonged to but whether your faith made you n good citizen a good father a good friend and a good man Thero ate noseclatians in heaven they nro all lovers of tho noble nnd the true iu every clime and in every hj stein of religion known to struggling humanity A Methodist or an Episcopalian or a Baptist angel cannot be found in tho New Jerusalem Tho various sects which aro scattered over tho earth aro simply so many lad Â¬ ders by which tho people climb to tho upper regions The foot of each ladder is on tho ground while the other end rests firmly against the Throne When we die we shall leave the ladders behind because they will havo achieved their purpose and we can havo no further use for tlipm The path by which you reach tho top of n mountain is of no consequence whatever and if your neighbor chooses to get thero in boihu other way you are very ungracious if you denounce him for exercising his own Judgment instead of following yours His brains belong to him and your brains belong to you You may do as you please and he may do as lie pleases If his eyes are fixed on the summit and lie is doing what he can to attain it God will certainly regard him with favor and you should do no ay less The bigot can seo only ono and that is Ids own way lie lacks a very important element of character be Â¬ cause ho isnt large enough to under- Â¬ stand that diflereut temperaments re Â¬ quire dlflerent incentives and that what is good for ono may possibly bo bad for another Thero is altogether too little charity iu the world for tlioso who do not find it easy to see tilings just ns wo eeo them There are a thousand ways to do pretty nearly everything that is wortli doing and ono way is as good as another To call this man n heretic because bo has his individual method of solving the puz sle of life and that man orthodox because he happens to think im you do Is loth unwise and unchristian If you havo a well developed sold you can worship in any church that was ever built or you can worship without any church at all He is a poor kind of crea Â¬ ture who is so pnjiidiced that he cant find words with which to tell tho Lord how grateful ho Is whether he sits in a Quaker meeting house or a Catholic cathedral It is not tho building but the idea which it represents that is important It is of no consequence whatever that tho clergyman wears a surplice or does not wear one that tho service is characteriz- Â¬ ed by pomp and ceremony or conducted without these auxiliaries that tho edifice is the exponent of ecclesiastical architec ture or only a barn in tho back woods If you got tho idea you get all you need ami all you can ask for If you are smit- Â¬ ten with reniorso because your record has blots and smutches on it the mere robes of the priest who thus smites you will count for nothing and if you resolvo to lead a life of integrity tho preacher has accomplished the task which the Lord Almighty gavo him whether he Is a Methodist or a Baptist The object of tho church Is not to make a man a sectarian but to make him loyal to tin truth At least that should bo its object and if it achieves that ohj ct the fact that it belongs to this or that or the other denomination is not worth a second thought You should believe in something and that something should furnish you with noble impulses with charity for your follow men with pity for the unfortu- Â¬ nates and with a desire to do all that lies in your power to make thin old world better because you havo lived In it That much of a creed is absolutely nec Â¬ essary and when you have that much you want no more It will givo you work enough to keep you busy until death knocks ut tho door and sends you word that you aro wanted somewhere A few convictions hammered out of your own sense of dependence and the consciousness of your daily need to be watched over and guided by tho Invisiwalk tho earth both ble beings who when wo wake and when wo sleep will servo you better than all the theology that was ever printed iu books If you think thai one sct serves your purpose better than any other join it by all means but bo careful that you dont worship tho ladder up which you climb instead of tho heaven against which tho upper end of tho ladder rests And abovo all dont criticise your neighbor because ho is made ot different stuff jHnd chooses to get to heaven in some other way If that neighbor Is nil honorablo man and is doing tho best hfs circum Â¬ stances allow givo him your good wishes oven if ho goes to some other church than your own And if lit prefers to sny his prayers at homo or in tho woods or in any ot tho other temples of God still givo him a helping hand and not insult him be can bo he cannot think as you do or Insult the Almighty because Ho made that man to do just as he is doing You cannot prescribe a diet that shall be equally beneficial to all When you spread your banquet allow each guest to take what Biiits him That is the ouly true hospitality If a man has any re- Â¬ ligion at nil dont ask him what kind it is and sneer at him because it Is liot your kind but bo grateful because lie nnd you are trying to got to the same place though he takes ono road and you another N Y Herald Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ You sec them everywhere Also Wholesale and Ittlnll Dealers Shingles Laths Cement Lime Columbia Bicycles Their sales attest their popularity Catalogue free at our agencies or mailed for two 3 ccnt stamps Yellow Pino Flooring nnd Colling Hair Door til Sash and Snlr A cent tnr Brick DlhxH and all klntln of Hiillillnn Mnlrrbl J and Troy Homostoad Fortillzero Bnne Moal Onlcrs aecotuiianlneil Olltil with Iho rnsli iruitly POPE MFQ CO Doston New York Chicago Hartford BANK or H AKDDTS SUE G Capital Stock 825 000 Surplus 7 600 B F UKAKD Frorideot WILL MILLKR Vloe Proaldont M II BKAKD Cashier Agent Clovcrport Ky limln owerllntlaclioWakolHlniM LoatMnnbooil Nightly lml lni Norfous- nesMftiirnlMrnnrtlniifr Itowcrln JcneratlToOrKMis of cither mi caused liroToroxorttonyMithrnl rrrnrp exetislrtiUFOrtn1iar opium nrsiim innnnny can niinisiriicn iPtiuiKTbux 1 for onuunipiiniiorprcnalil WltlmCim cnrncain Tout pocket by mail t in innrmnj onier we Biven wrnien ntininnirnioriircnrrrriini h m tnry Hnld by nil itruKKlntd jik lUtnko nnothrr Writ fnrfreoMpr1lril Hunk pent iteMttl ItlUKtlMI 5TkjflSlU lnDlalu wrapper forAadreasJVKilVKHKKIJ CMauiilcTemiJoCuiCAUj KursaalnCloTerportKjrbr A 11 FlSIIinioud by C C MAUTlNUrugtflcU O VT BEAHD 1 -- MOHRIS ESK1UD0E R M JOLLY Biro tor MANHOOD RESTORED MiMuury unrttntvd tocurunltiGrTou4dlPcnfCMiiucli nn Weak ffliyfaS losof INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Have Your Work Done I nm now Right nrcniiril in ilo firM rluRA work nl a nil IIflttefiiP hart time nrkus In 1tricMftIni U you arc inning to have any work done in my line call on or atUlrcKS me at IrvlntnnKy AI11KKT SCHINUMUU Breckenridge t ge Normal Colle o 3300 eight weeks ot mitf 2aTC I 1 Will begin its second scholastic year Tuesday Sept 4 1894 Will pay all expenses for one term of ten weeks There will be four terms of ten Jweeks each and one term of m ML Address iff i w 1W1 ft Tuition 800 per term in advance m Board 1000 per month every thing furnished s o R P SHACKLETT President I S K3 V 0j j HARDINSBURG KY gjljjfflgBggHBBBgBBB ELECTROPOISE Irish than any other nation This is prob- Â¬ ably owing to the fact that no Irishman ever expects to sleep tho sleep that 5 CloSOC ISTHEBtBT pW9 WsTIwE NO SQUEAKING knows no waking 5 CORDOVAN FRENCHENAMEUIDCALF Stumps are some what scarce in LouisTho Kltctropolso gavo roo complete re- Â¬ 435oFlNECAUKWGAR0a lief from excruciating pain in three im- ville and thu raging Congressional 35PP0LICtT3 Soles plications I also llnd it good for treat candidates are speaking from barrels ing children for their numerous ail Â¬ Taking this view of tho case Mr Alher EXTRA FINE O T Soilun with 15riilgeford ton easily hastlm best of it ments 2IBoysschoolShoes Qo Louiaville Ky LADIES Kqual parts of bay rum borax and 3 M2flZP Mr G W Flint of Skylight Ky glycerine well rubbed into tho head BesTDG0U SEND FOR CATALOGUE I suffered for years with my will relieve itching If thu borax and say W LDOUGLAS kidneys lull immatloii of tho bladder bay rum and glycerine aro uot convenBROCKTON MAS3 and enlargement of the prostate gland iently at hand thu same result can be Yon can snrc money by purcliaalug W I Douelua Hi lies After a short trial of tho Kleetropoisa I attained by scratching Because we urc the largest manufacturer of advertised shoes in the world and guarantee am entirely relieved nnd feel twenty the value by stamping the name and price on the bottom which protects you against high years younger prices and the middlemans profits Our shoes equal custom work In style easy fitting nnd I havo derived more benefit lioin the wearing qualities We have them sold every use of Klectropolse than from all other where at fower prices for the value given than any oilier make Take no substitute If your I think It the remedies combined BUCKEYE dealer cannot supply you we can gold by of tho age It can grandest invention srL SUl2ER Clovorport Ky Mrs M E notbopnlsed to Highly C M McGLOTHLAN CO Gorman Sadlovillo Kj August 20 Union Star Ky CURES NOTHING BUT PILES Davis Eeq of llurboursvllle John H Tho Electropoiso is tho best ull Ky QURE and CERTAIN CURE round doctor I know of My wife suf-Â¬ known for 15 years as tho fered from effects of la grlppu for several BEST REMEDY fcr PILES years also a complication of other ail soin iiv a imuoQisTS SOLICITING FOR In Â¬ Now pho is entirely well rriMrtltrXlCHAXISCU KID CO ST LOOTS inei18 bothered mo a great deal am digestion Protective now well One of my neighbors is using -A- ND-for lung trouble and reports improve- Â¬ it ment Collection Agency k tiLMflLBHSMfcHVv As a curative ng nt tho Klcctropolso can uot bo rcmulttl Nearly 1000 havo THIS IS NO HUMBUG been put out from this oflleu in tho last COPYRIGHTS CAM I OilTAIN A PATKNTf For a months BIG PAY TO THE RIGHT Tromnt answer ami an honejt otilnlon write ta IH U S N A CO who bare bad nearly MIX rears DU BOISE WEBB experience lathe patent bnilneu Communica- Â¬ tions strlctlroonnuentlal A llumlljookuf In LouIhvIIp Ky Headquarters BOWLINd GREEN KY COO Fourth Avenue lormallcm conrornliiK 1nteuta and bow to ob Â¬ OTJEES DISEASE WLDouclas Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DII P lAlli Â¬ OINTMENT 4V Agents Wanted ii Lovings Jim Richardsons Funnygrams G1UKOW Times tain tnom ftant frea Aim a rALalnima nf mivJim leal and sctentlDo book sent free latBnt taken thrnimh Ktunn A fVl TAalva pnedal notice In tha MMnntinn Ainiiiinii ml thus are brought widely before the public with- vu vi iu ut inTuiiujr juii spienuia paper much eokly eleaaj11l7lll1utratedhu by far the lartfes circulation ot any sclentldo work In the v HUIIU Hru cnuiiiic miiiDaiinLinHi llulldlnir Kditton monthly rliu a year Hindi coplpa cents KTery number contains beau- plates in colors and photOKraiibs of new with plans onabllnu builders to show the Eiiui neilirn and secure contracts Address UVUH X CO flsw Voiiic UU Mimuuwat Jj 10 as Pure nrFertilizers Tor lUustratcil circular prllc llkt nndnamo ol nearct tcakr vrlto ClnalHuutl Ohio Tfib1 titr Uf tmzz x d WJyN V - v Va Vl Cincinnati Dtsiccaiiug Go m Umm ahlrto for 60cU at IkUlMflrt