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TpWyf - JV IT P CT THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIX C CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY Physiology Oral exercises Richard Adkisson Prof Lognn School grading Prof Roach gavo an interesting talk on School grading also Geography First etcp outline plan able assistance rendered by Prof T R Roach of Fulton county Ky and that wo tender him our sincere thanks for tho same Superintendent Driskell then called tho Association to order How to control a school was disciu std by J A Quiggius and the association Adjournment to meet Friday at 80 n m NAMES OK TEACHEIIS IN ATTENDANCE Â¬ SEPTEMBER 19 1894 NO 9 TEACHERS Minutos Ky Richard Adkis llAiiDivsnuno son Maggie Goodman Katie Kskrldgc lela Kincheloc Emma May Elllc Kin- COININGJILVER Mr Â¬ y A of The Brockonridgo Walton Wheeler County Teachors Institute Hold Essentials What are they Jarboe at Hardinsburg Aug 20 Ploasant and Profitable Mtot- - Katie Eikridgo J F Recess of fifteen miiiuti b Song by the Institute On motion a choir was elected Misses IS Lillian F Cooper Emma B May Katie Board Ing to Visitors and Nannie Cora Matthews Ada Hanks Toachors Green Clara Glasscock Annio B Milner Messrs Graham Esk Nellie Simons ridge Andrew Driskell F 11 Roberta A Largo Attondanco and Good E E Wlmlen Geo Gray Wm Skill Work Done man Sidney Hall Robert Weatherford Milton Coko Tho first thing on program How to PROCEEDINGS IN FULL use tho text book was assigned to Chas Cashmnu Ho declined to speak and tho subject was discussed by the Institute OITICEltS Prof Logan gavo his views Andiew Uriskell Superintendent Institute adjourned to meet at 130 p J II B Logan Conductor lrof m Mnud Smith Secretary AETEItNOON WEDNESDAY Tlio annual session of tho Urcckenridgo House called to order by Superintend Â¬ County Teachers I nstitutn convened in ent Hardinsburg Ky August J0th 189 J Song by the choir and was called to order at 0 oclock a m History When to begin the study Andrew Driskell W S Ball by Superintendent Invocation by llev Sneed of tho M E How assign lessons S T DeJcrnetto cliurcb Recitation How to question Sidney A secretary was then elected and tho Hall nanio of tho teachers enrolled showing Prof Essentials What are they present Logan Kcetss of fifteen minutes Prof Roach explaiued tho Teachers Superintendent Driskell then intro- Â¬ State Reading Circle Seventeen wero duced lrof J II B Logan of Clover enrolled as members of the Circle port as conductor of tho Institute and all Tho following resolution was intro- Â¬ present listened with interest to a talk duced and unanimously adopted by lrof Logan on Course of Study Jwlml That any teacher who agrees The following teachers were then ap- to teach a public school for a sum less pointed a committee on resolutions than tho public money or who agrees Miss Fannie U Green Messrs Sam Pato to teach a longer term than five months and Richard Adkisgou or give anything directly or indirectly to Committee on introduction wero Miss secure a school will be looked upon as a Lillian Cooper Messrs Joel Henri lilo traitor to the profession and Sidney Hall Mr Jas W Miller ofiered an amend Committee on association were Miss ment to the above which was also adopt Â¬ Kmma B May Messrs Jas W Miller ed Tho amendment reads as follows and Allen It Kincheloc That wo denounce any teacher so doA committee was appointed to ar Â¬ ing as a scab and that we will each con- Â¬ range a program for the Teachers Asso- Â¬ tribute five cents to buy brass letters to Miss so brand said teachers at next Institute ciation They were as follows Margaret Wilson Messrs Wm II Bell Adjournment to meet Thursday at 830 an 1 C Itoyalty am Address by Superintendent Driskell Superintendent Driskell called the as- Â¬ touching somo points in the law regard Â¬ sociation to order ing institutes and the compulsory attend Â¬ Miss B Ada Drury was tho first ou ance of tho teachers after which the In- the program She being absent the sub- Â¬ stitute adjourned to meet at 130 oclock ject assigned to her was discussed by tho p in association How to secure better at- Â¬ MONDAY AFTEHNOONi tendance He uso called to order by Superintend- Â¬ Adjournment to meet Thursday after ent Exercises opened by singing The noon program was then taken up in order TIIUltSDAY MOltNIM Sam Pate discussed What constitutes Song by the choir Prayer by Rev good writing Quinn Roll Call Iteration to spelling by P I Jarboo Prof Logan mndo a motion that whon Iteccss of fifteen minutes tho roll was called the members of the K Song by tho Institute Institute would rise give a quotation or introduced- - When Civics Why answer present It was unanimously Plan was assigned to L K Adkisson Ho being absent Milton Coke opened adopted Program was then taken up tho discussion followed by Prof Logan Daily program of study and recitation Adjournment at 4 oclock p m to How to be worked out in school room meet Tuesday at 830 a in N W J G Laud TUESDAY MOUSING Whether to uso rigidly or in loose way Exercises opened by prayer by Rov F Mrs Chas Graham It Roberts and singing by the Institute Wal- Â¬ Will It help teacher and pupil How teach Practical arithmetic ton Wheeler number and language W J G Land Prof Logan offered n few suggestions Definitions and rules Geo Gray Recess of fifteen minutes a Logan gave some practical Prof Song by the choir thoughts School government Mental arithmetic Why retain it What is the true basis W II Bell What is it Frank Lyons What part belongs to Superintendent Recess lit teen minutes teachers and parents James W Miller Song by Institute Discussion by Institute Adjourned to Tiie childs ideal in reading Lillian meet at 130 p ni Frances Cooper 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ organist Thursday evening nt 8 oclock Mr James A Allen a graduate of Kentucky linlverelty delivered a lecturo on Tho Influence of higher education KIUDAY MOKNtNO Song by choir B Logan Prayer by Prof J II Prof Joel Pile was excused from at Â¬ tending tho Institute on account of disability Messrs Miller Allen and Eskrldgo gavo short talks on Contrast teaching witli what is not teaching What has the teacher to do with the will Clint Tucker Method of teaching deductively and inductively discussed by Prof Logan waa very instructive Recess fifteen minutes Song I know I lovo Theo better Lord School Discipline Discussion was opened by Prof Logan School attendance How secured I B Payne Who is responsible for it C Royalty Methods to secure It Prof Logan Adjourned to meet at 130 p m FHIDAY AKTEItNOON Â¬ House called to order by Superintendent Driskell Song by choir Superintendent Driskell appointed tho following vice presidents for District associations 1st District Jas W Miller 2nd 3rd J H B Logan J F Jarboe Miss B Ada Drury V t Houso called to order by Superintend Â¬ ent Driskoll Song by choir Robt E Woods u former teacher of Institute adjourned to meet at 130 Breckenridgo county addressed tho Inp in stitute TUESDAY AITK11KOON Science and art of teaching Song Ufe of apparatus in school room was I efaons Language When and what discussed by Profs Logan and Roach ago introduce tin in MIwj Mary EMoor What instructions does the teacher roan need Prof Logan Methods of instruction 0 Royalty Recess of fifteen minutes Grammar Whon and how to teach Song by the choir definltion J II Blytho School libraries aro wo ready for Prof Owen Cunningham being absent the subjict assigned to him was discuss Â¬ them Prof Roach Is more legislation needed to develop ed by Mr James A Allen Prof Logan gave some practical thoughts on tho sub Â¬ If so what is it L B McCubbins Discussion by lrof Logan ject of grammar Report of Library Committee Mr Recess Jas W Miller reported that ho had fiA Song Composition How much it aldsotlur for a library Miss Lillian Frances Cooper and Prof studies was discussed by M Coke lrof Logan gave his method of lunch Â¬ Joel Pile were elected at the Institute in 1801 as the Library Committee ing composition On motion Prof Roach was made an Institute adjourned Supeiiuteudent Driskell called the honorary member of tho Institute The following resolutions wore read association to order The first subject was How to grade a rural Fcliool by F and adopted lletohtd That wo tho teachers of tho The discussion was con- Â¬ Institute do most highly appreciate the R Roberta tinued by Geo Hall J It Dowell and LOSS OF IVWKR E E Whelan Prof Logan closed the and IUtl force follow discussion lObi of fletb or ema- Â¬ Tlicso como ciation Mr Wm II Boll presented u resolu- Â¬ from Impoverished tion which was voted on and adopted by Dr Pierces blood Golden Medical Dis Â¬ the association covery enriches the Iletolred Thut it is the sense of the blood ktopt the wruto Breckenridgo County Teachers Assoc- Â¬ of utreuRth ond tissue anil biilfdi up healthy iation that the only way to UHclently grade fletli Nasty Cod Liver Oils add fat but not the common schools of Kentucky is by Thin pule puny nad Krof the adoption of a uniform system of text wholesome fiehare maile plump rtwy and ro Â¬ uloun children books throughout tho btate and that wo bust by tho Diwovcry1 They like it too or In conva- In rucoveriwi from Grlpi desire the Stato Board of lvd cation to lewxmco from pneumonia feven or other n commend to the next General Assem Â¬ waiting dUtMMM it kpoedlly and surely Invlc bly such legislation as will authorise the nratMj and build tin the whole nvsttJBl As niipetlilni rwitorntlve tonic it sets at adoption of a uniform system o text an all the procemu of digestion end nu- Â¬ work trition rouses every orgen Into natural ac-Â¬ books tion and Ik bibb back health and strength Thti association then adjourned It it doesnt benefit or cure In every ease WEDNKSDAY MORNINd you bav your money back Song It has curst others ot Catarrh thousand of tfewn Why sot ym I Dr Sages Ca lrayw by Ittjv P It Roberts o jmmMm soakers jaffer tarrh Kesnedy Koll call one hundred mfMmdlHjr M0 reward fer a lsieuraUe ease Â¬ Psycholgical views Prof Logan Study of words Oral and sight words was discurised by the Institute THURSDAY AlTEItNOON w Â¬ Sidney Hall Milton Coke Mr Coke submitted tho following res olutions which wero adopted Henilml That tho teachers of this in- Â¬ stitute request the State Board of Edu- Â¬ cation to make such recommendations to tho next General Assembly of Kentucky as will make the salary of tho teachers of each county uniform in each grade throughout tho State llemlved That it is the duty of eacli member of the Institute or Association to do the work so assigned him or her and any one failing to try to do tho work assigned will bo regarded as not in love with the profession and the Superin- Â¬ tendent should keep a record of tho names of such members open for inspection by all trustees in search of teachers This was voted on and adopted by tho Institute A motion to pay the Secretary ten dollars was carried In view of tho fact that tho term of Ex Supt Jos W Miller and Richard Adkisson has just expired wo take this opportunity of expressing our hearty approval and deep appreciation of tho able and conscientious manner in which they discharged their duties as officers and further more that we feel a deep interest in their future welfare and glad Â¬ ly welcome them back among us as fellow teachers This was unanimously adopted Tho committee on resolutions submit- Â¬ ted the following report which was adopted Tlio Breckenridgo County Teachers Institute convened at Hardinsburg Aug 20 and continued in session five days and wo tlio committee beg leavo to sub- Â¬ mit tlio following Jlemlnd That wo recognize in our instructor Prof J II B Logan a man of scholarly attainments good aspirations and thorough consecration to school work and furthermore that his work in this Institute has been both practical and effectual and will prove a benefit to tho professional training and general im Â¬ provement of the teacher Second That wo appreciate the efficient manner in which tlio secretary and other officers of the Instittue have dis Â¬ charged their respective duties Third That we wish to publicly ex press our appreciation for the very ablo and instructive lecturo delivered before the Institute by Jas A Allen and that we recognize in him a young man of liberal education and admire tlio spirit m which he urges his fellow teachers to at Â¬ tain tho fnmo high standard Fourth That wo wish to extend our thanks to the citizens for the interest taken and courtesies shown us as teach ers during the entire session of tho In Â¬ stitute Fifth That while wo think wo can w o a slight improvement manifested upon the part of the teachers in the Institute work yet the growing eontiment in itn favor is not as marked as wo hot to see it in the future SixthTnat we heartily approve tho ac- Â¬ tion of tlio State Board of education in establishing a reading circle and that we reccommend it as a means of culture and improvement to euch und every teacher Seventh Thut wo ncognlza In our Superintendent Mr Andrew Driskell tho proper qualifications for his official duties and we hereby pledgo ourselves to support and sustain him in all worthy eirorts extended in tho interest of our common schools and tho advancement of education Ninth That a copy of these resolutions be presented to the Bbeukkniudob News aud the Hardinsburg Leader for publication Richard Adlisbon Jr 0th Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4th 0th cheloc Winnie Stinnett Frank Jarboe Win II Hell Jos W Miller Allen it Kincheloc Robt L Hook Jessie Pate B cca Wilson Chas Adkisson S T De Jernittc J II Illythi Herbert Beard S A Pate Maggie Wlhon Julia Cooiikh Lizzie Cooims Daisy Mercer CuiVEitiiiKT Kv Nellie Simons J II B Logan Annie Raltt Mary E Moorman Stechknsiort Kv L B McCubbins Owen Cunningham Ada Hanks Union Star Ky Carrie Shelhnan O F Cashmau Nuwsom Gardner Garfield Ky Forest Haynes Katio Board Emma Bell Jacic Brown George Hook Harned Ky I B Payne Robt Weatherford Georgo Gray Frank Hay Â¬ nes Eddio Scott Kate Pulleu Cubter Ky J O Lucas John II Coiner G II Hall Ada Board Ruth Ky Lillian F Cooper Samuel Baker W W Whalen Ixidiiiuiki Kv Deo Basham Jesso E Payne Rock Vaie Ky Vannuh Overton Nannie J Green Ruben T Laslle Mattincily Ky D C Clemens Ruby Ryan Giendeane Ky Joel Pile Lutio Moorman Wist View Ky J C Basham Sam Pute Cora Matthews C Royalty McDanieijj Ky F R Roberta Clif- Â¬ ton Howard Lucy Noblett Milton Coke Rock Lick Ky Funnio C Green Hardin Scrinos Ky J A Quiggins Constantine Ky Sidney Hall Mat tie Oliver Kirk Ky Maggie Wheatloy Askin Ky Ed Hook Hudson Ky Ileber Roberts Bettle Harned Amanda Pullen Annie B Mil- Â¬ ner Tar Fork Ky L O Taul Rosktta Ky Staut Garner MlQuadv Ky Frank Lyons Lola Jolly Rome Ind Walton Wheeler Grand Rivers Ky W J G Land Bio SriiiNO Ky Charley Moorman Nora Shumate Buras Ky Sam Tucker J C Tucker Wesley Tucker Ekron Ky J R Dowell Sami lk Ky Arthur Mattingly Preston Ky Eugeno Gilliland Mrs Chas Graham Bewleyvillk Ky Maggie Paul B Ada Drury Ciienault Ky James A Allen Irvinuton Ky E E Whalen Mooleyvime Ky J F Jarboe Ky Clara Glasscock McDaniels Kate Glasscock Kirk Ky Lou Ella Wheatley Maud Smyth Secy Sufferers from dyspepsia have only themselves to blame if they fall to test the wonderful curativo qualities of Ayers Sarsaparilla In purifying the blood this medicine strengthens overy organ of tho body aud even tho most abused stomach is soon restored to healthy action STOPPED THE TRAIN Â¬ Carlisle Has tho Minis Run- Ing on tho Seltjniorago Ho Is Coming Back to his Old Love Mil Nearly Three Quarters of a lion Coined During Month DONE Last THE PROCTCR QAMOLE CO t 99 CINTk wooPURE bONT ACCEPT lttlTATlONS LAWS UNDER EXISTING Washington Sept Secretary Carlis Â¬ to be warming again to- Â¬ ward his old love silver Mr Carlisle is now demonstrating that he is decided Â¬ ly more favorable to silver than ho was a few months ago I was at tho treasury department to day and learned olllcially that he is now rapidly coining tho silver les heart seems The Reliable Firm GEO YEAKEL CO Old Has again made preparations for buying an Immcnso Â¬ Sheriff of Hancock County In Trouble Cited to Appear Before Judge Barr Louisville Sept 11 Judge Helm attorney for tho L St L and T railroad filed a petition this morning asking that Sheriff G OBaker of Hancock county be brought into court and bo made to show cause why he should not bo pun ished for contempt It is alleged that tho shorifT seized one of the cars of tlio railroad while tho train was passing through Hawesvillo yesterday and at- Â¬ tempted to hold it to secure a judgmont rendered against tho railroad in the Hancock circuit court Tho conductor in charge of tho train refused to recogand tho nize the sheriffs authority lutter then tried to make the railroad man a speciul bailiff to take care of tho car As the railroad is in tho hands of a receiver appointed by the federal court the application for contempt proceedings was filed there Judge Barr ruled that Slipriir Baker should answer in this city October 1 Owensboro Inquirer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bullion purchased under the Sherman law Tho seigniorage ho is covering in- Â¬ to tlio treasury But hero is n full state Â¬ ment which explains what the secretary of tho treasury is doing It is from a high olliclal of tlio treasury department und may bu considered ollicial Tho mints at New Orleans Philadel Â¬ phia and San Francisco are engaged in coining standard silver dollars from tho bullion purchased under the act of July 24 18D0 commonly known as tho Sher Â¬ man law During the month of July HHOOOO was coined and during the month of August 72000 About the same amount u ill bo coined during the present month September and there Â¬ after such amount will bo coined as tlio secretary may consider advisable under all the circumstances The third section of tho act of July 14 1890 provided that tho secretary of the treasury should coin eacli month into standard silver dollars 2000000 ounces of tho silver bul- Â¬ lion purchased under the provisions of 1811 and thereafter that act until July he should coin of the silver bullion pur Â¬ chased under the provisions of tho act as much as might bo necessary to provide for tlio redemption of tho treasury notes issued in payment for tho bullion and that any gain or seiguorago arising from such coinage should bo accounted for and paid into the treasury Tho colnago now going on is done under tlio authori- Â¬ ty conferred by this section of tho law and tlio seigniorago derived from it is paid into tho public treasury as required by law and used for tho ordinary pur- Â¬ poses of tlio government but the re- Â¬ mainder of tho coins aro held in the treasury in order to provide for tlio redemption of tlio treasury notes issued in payment for tlio bullion During the last eleven months i7072 standard silver dollars coined irom the bullion purchased under the act of July 1 18K liavo been paid out in the redemption of treasury notes and tlio notes so redeem Â¬ ed have been retired and canceled The process is still going on daily Prior to Mr Carlisles connection with tlio de Â¬ partment no silver had been paid out for tlio redemption of such notes and none of such notes had been retired and can- Â¬ celed Tho abovu would indicate that Mr Carlisio is more favorable to tho white metal than tho general acta of tho adThough ministration would indicate Mr Cleveland vetoed the bill to coin tho seigniorage it will bo observed from tho above that Mr Carlisle holds ho has the authority to coin it and turn it into I have tlio treasury and ho is doing it it olllcially that he will go right ahead coining silver bullion until overy ounce purchased under the Sherman law has been coined All over and above an amount sufficient to redeem outstanding coin certificates dollar for dollar will bo covered into the assets of tho treasury and used for the regular expenses of the government In other words tho solgn lorago will be the governments gain as was contemplated in the seigniorago bill which Congress passed and Mr Cleve- Â¬ land vetoed 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ To please any one in variety To accommodate our big trade wo have pur chased very heavy from over stocked factories wo will bo able to bo the leaders in low prices Since tiio tarill question has been settled Dry Hoods will bo higher our prices will bo lower FALL STOGK We will offer now Brown Cotton for the un of price Â¬ Hoosier heard Empire price One lot 4c i Clothes brush for Ono lot II I Corsets Fancy Ginghams worth 12jc our price See our picture frames for 25c 50c and tISc Ono lot silk finished Suspenders worth 25c for If you need Clothing it will pay you to see us Wo invito you to visit us 10c 24c 71c Cliallies worth 7J our c 5c 5c 5c 5v 5c wove filling Dress floods wortli 10 and irc our price 24 sheets good noto paper 12 Lead pencils for 4 papers tacks 15c Good purse wortli 15c for Good heavy blacking brush worth 25c for ioc G ive us a look we wil do the rest G EO YEAKEL CO BRANDENBURG KY it n WEARE SOLE AGENTS IN THIS COUNTY ftT tfX VJ AV FOR THE SALE OF THE i jS a 4P H t if sAfa1 j S Quality and Purity jj i r 4SSrs - Unexcelled Iteconimended by leading physi- cins- - - X t Strs X f Jt O VCTa Wholesale and HctallDiiiBBlsts BRANDENBURG KY gkdttgkh jr Ji J BOURNE J M HARPER DANIEL DUOOKS BOTJENE HAEPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE BOURBON HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVILl F THE TURNING POINT reachedwhen you begin to have ralfUa tion o f t h e STOCK YARDS KY TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT BOWLING GREEN Has been Business College BOWLING Hook Keeping jF f-- SOUTHERN Mart cu is dlffi ESTABLISHED IN 10TB IHiWI NHIItfVM 11 treathing you need y I n Your blood impure a turning oitr GREEN BUSINESS COLLEGE SOUTHERN NORMAL SCHOOL Business Training School ol the South I Inglish Teachers Sticntuic ami Classic Short hand Telegraphy Type 1 Courses Music Art and Ilocution provldi d writing and Penmanship Pupils can enter at I or Low rates of board and t jltlju bend lor any time Send or catalogue I catalogue CUEUEY BROS Froprs Bowling Oroen Ky Addrois tSTMentlon Ooursa desired Thereat Whenever tho little children the la TO dles or the big men want something to regulate their liver or cure constipation and bllllousness Dr Bells Tiny Tonic Tablets is what thny must have They It will set you up and make a new euro and you never feel it Purely vegeta- Â¬ person of you For sale by ble 25c a vial everywhere R FISHERlDruggst Haynes Clover A For sale by Short Cloverport Ky port Dr R ft McMullen McDaniels M Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser Constantine A Taylpr Rosetta Drury IPEEDY and LASTING RESULTS Bennett A Co Bowleyville Ky FAT Ton Tie SHRSflPAtIliIiR BEATS -- dff RATES The most centrally located STONEY POINT Wo need rain hero very bad Mr Charles Bennett Is very 111 at this writing Mr James Rhodes and wife visited rel- Â¬ atives here hut Sunday Mien Ilecca Wilson npoutd school here Monduy with 18 or i0 pupils in ulteud ancii Ho luconvcnlenea Simple j custiy 1 urt A333OTILT thbu tWn from any injurtoui substance Liiax ABsouxHS BiaeezD W GUARANTEE CURE or refund tour monif Irlen sjsoo per bottle Sind 4c lortrtatill fUKMONT MEDICAL CO Bolton Mum PEOPLE III l I j johnson MANAOCH ivji -- SV t- - Jouisyille Ky Straw and Felt Hats SEND YOUR To ho colored and re abajwd to OST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITY Tho j bung people had a very enjoy able dunce at David Mutlinglys lout Wednesday night Mr Richard Alvey of Glendeane was suu struck lost Wednesday while putting up a new Hue on his house Mr and Mrs O F Mattingly and daughter Miss Alice of Cloverport were yielting relatives here last week I MIWSrANNIK V UHIKN B W IATK Cora Dr Prices Cream 8kl8g Pewder Has led all WORM Remedies EVERY I0TTLE IUAMNTEEI sou hx Axi mtveeisTs WKiiMM WORMS vermifuge 20 WHITES CREAM FOR YEARS H 7 1H - - FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS Went JciTcraim Street - LOUISVILLE KY - Try Babbages 50c Shirt - atiii ei ism amrrv v rTFJXr SB THE BREGKRNRIDGR NRWS GLOYERPORT KY BrecKenridge News Jno D A V 03blg Edlton and Froprittn WEDNESDAY SKlTJiMUEK H 1801 Bnbicrlptlon Price 100 a Tear In Adrtnce If Paid lit the End of tin Tear 5125 SIX PAGES Tun new road law exempts boys under the ago of eighteen from work on the public roads It Is high time thu Democrats around here should get on of dress parade and conio down to hard work The peoplo of Louisville have secured the annual encampment of the G A It next year It will he n great big thing for Louisville as there are upwards of a hundred thousand peoplo who attend J Oun correspondents give tlia cream of the news this week They cover the field and if there is anything worth knowing thoy are pretty apt to tell it The News has the best corps of corresÂ¬ pondents of any paper in thu state Tub annual conference of tlio M K church south will convene atOnensboro next Wednesday It is useless to add that the good peoplo of that city will open wide tholr doors and extend n cor- Â¬ dial greeting to all who may attend Mn Henry Wattersons great address at Pittsburg not only captured the G A Its and the next meeting of that body for Louisville hut it is the remark of every one who has read it as being the finest thing that has appeared in print fur many a day Cmlt Jiiclianlson the Democratic Candidate for County Court Clerk is covering every inch of ground in this Democratic county ot Breckunridgo lie is the most energetic and thorough cam Â¬ paigner the party has ever had nailed to its mast head Carlt will get there in good shape liKicKiviuiMii was defeated by Owens in the Ashland district There was hardly any other conclusion to bo reach Â¬ ed No man could havu hoped to have succeeded under such circumstances or in thu face of such an opposition Iheckcnridgus opposition was not con fined to his dihtrict alone but it was all over tho Statu a thing which never oc Â¬ curred before Itisbcntfor tho morals of the State that thu nomination was not given to liicckenridge but bo far as the man himself is concerned it has certainly sealed his fate Â¬ PICKED UP y Lonniu Glasscock over in tho Forks has a beautiful homo and farm It is well improved it under a high statu of cultivation and produces equal to any of thu river bottom farms Lonniu is always ut home to his friends and is glad to see them at any time lie and Carlt itich nrdson were old school mates and lie Is taking a lively intcrcstiuCaritselcction ClillPilu farmer and Democrat of Duncans Valley He is about as well fixed in thu way of this worlds goods as any man wu know of He is not at all selfish either Ho likes for the candidates to conio around and it is his delight to entertain them Judge Hoard J K Monarch J S DeJernettu and the News man spent a very delight- Â¬ ful night with him last week Taylor Koscttas popular merchant is growing fut nnd laying up something Ho for a rainy day out of his business is not only a successful merchant hut a good farmer and trader Ho is now feeding 84 head of hogs on his farm near Irvington Alf deserves nil thu success he is getting out of this life A If V is another substantial Letters From The People Dewievviiik Kv Sept 14 1891 News In your last issue under thu head of Snap Shots Irom Tho Peo- Â¬ Heard says Speaking of ple It blankets thu same blanket I sold last yeurforSTiI will sell this year for This is what thu new tariff has dono for I sold lost year 100 pounds blankets 100 pounds of wool is 5 of wool for Loss to mo 11 Ten now worth men in Hreckcnridgo county sell wool where one man buys a blanket So you seu ten men loso 111 making 110 and ono man gains and that is what the now tnriUlias done for the peoplo Tn oh J Joiiv KniTOit 1 1 1 1 A Dismal Failure The Hnwesvillu Plaindealer says There was provision enough prepared for the barbecue lust Saturday to feed tun thousand people hut less than three hundred dinner tickets were sold so financially thu dinner part of tho pro- graiumo was n dismal failure About 1200 peoplo were present and overy- thing passed olrijuietly everybody seem Â¬ ed in a good humor At tho auction of meats half a sheep sold for 50 cents and quarter of beef for less than a dollar Thu managers havu not settled all tho bills us yet bo they cant toll exactly Major Minor deliv Â¬ whuro they are at ered a rousing spcoch nnd all felt thuy were paid for climbing thu hill Democrats The voters of the Clovorport Magister Â¬ ial District are hereby called to meet in uiabH convention for tho purpose of mak Â¬ ing a nomination far Magistrate on Sat Â¬ urday October 0th at 1 oclock p in at the City Hall in Clovorport Ky All Democrats in tho District are requested F N DHuv to be presoiit Chairman Cloverport Ky Sept 15th 181H tlbonlna lndlcton ami Ftornaf IiIIITTKIttttake AhOWNK lilllV 1 pint iiyhpii sia All tMde iuar tattle acuulne hai iiUn keen It 1 rrrod ilusacu wrapper audi critwd Springs threo farms fanning imple Â¬ BRANDENBURG ment slock etc Henry Garner will Miss Znlft Mnlin has returned from W TIME TABLE LH actus clerk of thu sale oomo wpst Henry Garner tho Democratic can Vino I rove Ianenger Dally art llardlnjbnrg 1211 pm didate for Afcsi bsor was in town Monday Mr uud Mrs Ed Yeakel nro In Louisooloo Kiar Ho Bays thu outlook for thu ticket In his ville for a fuw days Pamenger Daily arr Ilardlniinurg 7i40 am end of the county is good Mr Garner Charlie Cupper ke Is here ambling lives In u strong Republican precinct loiiud on his safety The latest in stationery E E Sutton Hudsonville but tho Democrats always MihsJeuiiiu Woolfolk Is confined to Dr J W Meador Custer was in town turn out and vote His opponent Mr her bed nnd is very sick last week Dockery lives nt McDinlcls nnd will get Mips Agues Worland is nt homo from Mrs Thomas Withers returned homo tho Republican vote a long stay in Concordia last week INSTITUTE TIIK COLOItKI TKAlllUlw Mr 8 P Woolfolk has not been so Mr llobert Johnson has returned from The Hreckenrldgo County Teachers well for tho lust fuw days Dcanfield institute met nt thu colored M E church Miss Williams of Jellersonvillu wns n Mrs Jolly Meador is visiting friends Monday 17th guest of Mrs Cherrys lust week near Webster Institute called to order by tho County Miss Fowler of Amsterdam visited Miss Eva Ileston will teach school at Superintendent Devotional exercises conducted by Miss Daisy Mclntyre last week Jollys Station Mrs Win Hewloy Is still with her Hov Horton Mrs Smith and her daughter Adel Prof Win Paynter was chosen con- Â¬ parents Mr nnd Mrs Stith near He arc visiting at Lodlburg ductor and Miss L E McCIellnu secre- Â¬ leyville Hov S K Hrecding will go to confer- Â¬ tary Matrimonial knots for happy couples ence at Owehsboro next week Tho following teachers were present will be tied before thu leaves ure yellow Mrs John Alexander nnd Mrs Leo and answered to tho roll call J A nnd sere Meyer nro visiting in Louisville Price Ed Heard Nettie H Haynes Mr and Mrs John Wimp came up Hoard have to Lucy A Mltchem W II Hoard Mary from Irvington last Saturday to seu Mr Head what Kinchcloe M Haydeti Charhs Hraxtou Marion S P Woolfolk say in our advertising column Win Miss Mamie Witt of Cloverport is Itiley Clarence Itobeits Prof Gene Fountaiuu Is not in the Golden Paynter Morris E Foster I Initio Pey Â¬ State visiting Mrs J A Witt of this place but in Dixies laud Mississippi Senator Lindsey has consented to ton J G Isaacs Pauline Humbleton attending school Miles G T Cook speak in this county before tho election Rachel Hcstern Ida Mrs Gus Wnrfield is still very sick of and Sadie Miles Wu hnve the blgist bundle of bargains typhoid fever So much of this misera in jewelry wo ever offered T C Lewis State ok Ohio Citv or1 Toledo ble fever every where Lucas County j Co Mr nnd Mrs Morgan Richardson have Fiiank J Cheney makes oath that hu taken Mr J D Hardins house nnd hu Wo keep the purest and best of every Â¬ Is thu senior partner of tho firm of F J is boarding with them thing at reasonable prices E E Sut- Â¬ Cheney Co doing business in thu ton Tom Falrlelgh came up from Paducah City of Toledo County nnd State afore- Â¬ ltcv W H Sneed has been returned as said and that said firm will pay the sum bust Sunday to see his father who is still pastor of the M E church here another of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each confined to his bed with rheumatism year Tlio Snlein Association convenes nt and every cose of Catarrh that cannot Tho revival at Oakland closed last Sat Â¬ hu cured by tho use of Haiis Cataiuiii Duck Grovu Wednesday Sept- - lUth A good many from here will bu in attend Â¬ urday with three additions to thu Cuhe Fit IKK J CHENEY church Sworn to before mu nnd subscribed In ance each day Miss Jen Hardin has returned from from my presence this 0th day of December Mrs Kreemcr has returned Irvington where shu connected herself Owensboro Her husband continues A 1 18S0 with tho Baptist church Miss Jen will A W GLEASON quite 111 make a consistent faithful member Notary Public Mrs Martha Pite and children LouisMisses Nolle and Bertha Lewis have ville were visiting Mrs Jnuc Gardner Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken internally invitations to the mnrriago of their last week and acts directly on tho blood nnd mu Â¬ This town will send quite a number to cous surfaces of the system Send for frieud Mifcs Rhea Merrill to Mr J T S Drown which takes place to day tho 11 the Methodist Annual Conference at testimonials free Mrs L W Harnett has left us for a Owensboro F J CHENEY A CO Toledo O residence in Yinu Grove where she has Peoplo are certainly improving tho CSySold by Druggists 7oc taken her millinery good and we ure County Judge hasnt tried a lunatic for minus thnt important feature of a town LONG BRANCH four months A large cotillion party will come oil to V Mrs Taylor Ieaid bought the Heard Once more wo will attempt to give a mo row night at Mr Win Sebastians Heeler storehouse at public sale Monday few items from this place who has one of thu handsomest houses orSlOIWOO A hundred invitations nru out Miss Niniu Cahill of Cincinnati is here Â¬ The will of Alvin 11 Seaton was ad nnd the young people ure anticipating a tho guest of Mrs Crawford mitted to probate in thu County Court Our school is progressing nicely under royal time last Monday Miss Merrill is pleasantly remembered Mr Horace Allen wnnts to sell 08 acres thu auspicies of Con OHryau here nnd Mr Hrowu is a nephew of Mrs Mr A Ditto Jr made n business trip of land near tho Cool Spring Apply to Judgo Allen Murray Rev Dr llnrres to Louisville ono day last week V G Habbago uncle of the bridu and brother of Mrs Mrs Mnry Hcndrick is the guest of Emmett Mattingly is nrranging to D W Lewis will officiate move to Harned where ho will open up Mrs Cul Hendrlck of this place Chas Dryant and Henry Raw lings are a confectionery Mr Jessie Powell of West Point out with C G Moremens patent cistern Mr Richard Shelhnan has plenty of made a business trip to Long Hrunch cleaner Gluts Moremen jr is in In Â¬ wheat nnd old corn and is fattening 50 Friday diana with one and It II Moremen and hogs for market Mr Cnl llendrick and V L Iloloway sons ure traveling with same Mr and Mrs Clayton Heard attended loaded a cur with wheat ut this point Miss Dearie Ditto iias typhoid feycr thu Methodist annual conference at Lou- Â¬ one day last week but so fur in u light form which is yield isville last week Tho Kentucky Heating Companys ing to treatment very nicely Mrs Ditto Mr Thomas Hakeraud family of Han employes aru making preparation to bus had a siege of nursing typhoid visit- Â¬ cock county were here last week have their machinery iu operation im- Â¬ patients but very successfully ing Dr J T linker mediately Brother Cherry closed his series of You cannot know what is in the jew Â¬ Miss Ella llendrick has just returned sermons last Sunday and also his work elry market until you have inspected our from Stephensport where shu has been here for thu Conference year As fur as Co stock T C Lewis Miss Tida Mercer will attend thu An- Â¬ spending a few weeks with her uncle I have learned tho church wishes his return Clarence Cherry has gone to nual Conference at Owensboro before re- Â¬ Harve English Mr J L Sullivan of Louisville is Hon ling Green to school turning homo from Kusselville County Clerk Monarch bus received making a short stay with his wifu and Miss Roberta Richardson is still with several copies of thu new General Statu- babe who havu been sojourning during us and has gained very materially in tes for distribution among tho magi- the summer months with her parents fiesh Bertio is a sparkling conversa- Â¬ Mr uud Mrs Dooloy strates tionalist nnd n well posted young lady Hensley have closed their Heard Wo wero agreeably surprised with a An afternoon iu her society means tobacco warehouse for the season They nice gentle rain Saturday which was not information ou interesting topics have shipped U50 hogsheads of tobacco only refreshing to pastures but wns quite Mrs Giunie Phillips is in Henderson this vear an important factor with the farmers in to bid her niece Mrs Edwin Hodge if there is unybody on tho run hero preparing their wheat ground nnd was good bye eroshu Mrs Hodge sails for Marshal Drown ought to get em for the also invigorating to humanity Europu with her husband who goes on n Police Court bus been as dead as a mack Â¬ Mr Harvey Ditto and Eugene Me business trip Fiinniu nnd Rutli Ditto erel for six months Isclieu took their departure ono day last are in the country with Mr and Mrs Tho Will of Mrs Emily II Claycomb week for Mt Sterling where thev will Thos Ditto was admitted to probate in thu County enter collego and wo feel qulto confident Should girls rido bicycles is a mooted Court laBt Monday Mr John Nevitt is our youtuj friends will return duly ac- Â¬ question nnd after reading dear Bishop named as executor complished to enter thu battle strifu o Dudley and a scientific N Y M D on Thu nuw drug storo looms up well nnd life tho subject I um persuaded the gentle the people should patronize Estill as ho Mr Joe Green Anderson of Gustonj sex should continue pedestrians or board is one of our home boys full of energy accompanied by Mr Albert Moreman an electric car if speed is desired and enterprise just starting in business were preambulating this vicinity Satur Â¬ Mr It II Nevitt has been to Louis-Â¬ for himself day in senrcli of cattle hut I think they ville and reports business of Main street Thu Populists havent accepted that failed to find nny of our widu awaku opening with nn unusual fall bustle and invitation from thu Democrats to speak napping all the homes dispatching orders at probably for thu reason that they could fanners telegraph speed Thu powers that be not get in much before thu chickens Tho eagle the king of all birds is no grant that hard times tariff strikes would go to roost for its keen sight clear and distiuct como again no more and thnt confidence From the looks of tho crowd that ted So are those persons who use In commercial circles be permanently vision gathers at tho depot in Stephunsport Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak restored evory day when the train passes ono eyes styes sore eyes of any kind orgran would judge that tho town supported a Mr nnd Mrs James Fairleigh are ulated lids Sold by all dealers number of idlurs breaking up nnd will board at tho St Haynes Clover- Â¬ Cloud For sale by Short Mrs Chapczj Wathen will soon ThuwlllofIIlt Dean was admitted port Di R II McMullen McDanluls hu installed in a home nest nt Owensto probate in thu County Court lost Mon- M Meyer A Co Burns Geo Heyser day His son W S Dean and W J Constantino ATuylor Rosetta Drury boro Miss Eliza Johnson is with her brother Albert nnd thus we lose in our W Dean Jr were named as executors Dennett it Co Howluyville Ky neighborhood tho very truest purest J Dean Jr declined to qualify nnd thu best family it is possible to claim estato is left in thu hands of Mr W S EKRON- Dean Brother Winkler came over from Mr R A Ensor went to I ouisvillo Mauckport last Friday night and gave Tho Republican County Chairman us an excellent sermon Fannie Pusoy says thu candidates of Ids party accupt Monday Mr C II Hlanford of Unlontown Annlu Uondurant and Mabel Hardin thu challenge from the Democrats to were received into thu church Theso meet in debate Thu fun will begin was in Iowa Friday Mis Nelson Jolly of Jolly Station little girls havo thus early In life given Oct 2 There will hu no ono to call time and tho debates will continue from was the guest of Mrs J D Roberts lust their young and tender hearts to the church and it Is as it should bo Tho week 2 oclock until sun down Mr J H Rishoir of Hawesville en mo church is tho nursery for our children to 1 Montgomery will bu iu tho Hoi A county soon and will make several up last Thursday to visit his family near bo trained nurtured nnd reared up iu tho fold for eternal joys Ho will probably speak here Ekron speeches A great notable battlew as fought last Mr J E Keith and wife of Clover on the first day of Circuit Court At port will visit Mrs J 1 Roberts to day Saturday iu thu Seventh Congressional Â¬ other places iu the district ho has ex District A battle of virtuo against vicu tended the invitation not only to his Monday J It Dowull went to Irvington Satur- Â¬ All over the land men and women took opponent Mr Lewis but to any good Republican to meet hint on thu stump day to get ready to open school at that a deep interest No State In this nation of many in ono is more distinguished place Monday hut so far none have appearuJ Mrs Nelson Jolly who has been spend for her pride nnd sensative honor than Ono of the largest public sales that has 1 ig several days with Mrs J 1 Roberts our own Kentucky and to forget her occurred in this part of thu country is to her home at Jolly Monday glorious past or statu her future history going on at Hardins Sp ings Just returned now It S Clarkson went to Louisville Sun Â¬ with shame caused an upheaval eoldora over the Hreckonridgu lino in Hardin Mr Clarkton went to tho witnessed The powers of good in the county Tho sale began yesterday and day night city to sell two cars of stock he had ship- - district and in the entire country were will continue four days It is being con Â¬ arrayed against n poluted being as never cd Saturday night ducted by the administrator of J W Kkron has one of tho best schools in before against mortal man and whether Walker Mr Walker died a few months the county It is a graded school and elected or defeated a miserable existence ago and left a very largo estate He was nt irts off with n good attendance RobÂ¬ Is before a once honored man of a re- Â¬ the proprietor of what was known as the nowned family and a dishonored grave ert and Courtney are the teachora Walkers Mills and was a man extensive Â¬ Mr D R Shacklrtt has just completed awaits him No man has a right any ly known in tho upper end of the county one of the finest barnea ou his farm near more than a woman to ask for a politi Â¬ Tho sale consists of a hotel and Hardin Ekron there Is in the community Mr cal or social position unless he has Dr Price Cream Baking Powder Dob Shacklelt and T J Jones did passed through the Temple of Virtue ere he enters the Temple of Honor the work Moat Perfect Ma4e HARDINSBURG Â¬ Â¬ Anyhow there has been ft triumph of right nnd morality nnd women true good women like Mrs Julia Hunt nnd Mrs Jniiicfl Mulligan and hundreds of others have been Inigely liibtriimenlal in the glorious victory Kentuckys clear Let fervent prnyiw ascend to the Father for hi rtring nnd answering fervent petitions from pure hearts Inn sperch delivered recently by the Emperor of Germany hu enjoins upon thu women of his domain to iiuitnte their Empress by devoting their attent Â¬ ion chiefly to thu three great Os church children mid cookery and that reminds mu that au ndept in tho latt has paid largely for n Hreckeuridgu county girl Shu is onu of a large family of daughters and on Xmas shu sent to her brother out In Oklahoma n box of home edibles cakes sweet meats etc The brother invited n couiMdutopartako of Kentucky viands This young gent concluded that any girl who could pre- Â¬ pare Bitch delicacies was a prize wortli capturing Ho came ho saw ho conquered nnd now she is n Happy wife nnd queen of hearts in n pretty western Tho wny to n ninns heart is home down his thront girls nnd she is pre Â¬ ferable to one who wishes to nmend the Constitution nnd the Emperors ndvicu is well timed Attention to culinary affairs need not interfere with cultivation of the mind nnd heart To bo n system Â¬ atic house keeper and experienced cook are as elegant accomplishments as nny of thu lino arts nnd they should rank ns Â¬ FALL SEASON -- HP94I m rwTTrirvnfWIPTyItVJLwlLiii riZl mrDommaa ra As Ever in the Lead Hundreds of yards New Dress Goods Thousands of yards of Cottons Prints Ginghams Laces Just Arrived From the Looms of the largest manufacturers in the country eucIi When tho children drink bad water nnd eat too much green fruit or have the stomach ache or diarrhoea from nny cause you neednt he nlnrmcd nbout them If you will get ft 23c 50c bottle of Dr Hells Anti Flux they will bo nt play in half hour after the first dose Huynes Clover- Â¬ For sale by Short port Dr It II McMullen McDaniels Jo Burns M Meyer Geo Heyser Constantiie A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett tt Co Hewloyville Ky Bought Direct from First hands Bought in Large Quantities Bought for Spot Cash We are in a position to offer Â¬ iJ GUSTON Gathering wild grapes and ticks seem to be in order now Miss Helton Pollock was thu guest of Miss Rosa Morris Tuesday Miss Renn Smith was tho guest of MIbs Rosa Morris Thursday afternoon Misses Maggie and Mnry Paul of Dew leyville wero iu town Wednesday R J Putteson nnd K A Smith made business trip to Louisville Friday Miss Ermine Munford and n party of friends attended the fair at E iabeth town last week A Lopp of Mauckport Ind spent several days lust week with his sis Â¬ ter Mrs A A Daxter Kyle Adkisson left Saturday morning for Hreckenrldgo county where ho ex Â¬ pects to spend tho winter Mrs L J Parrott nnd children havo returned from a visit to Woldon nnd are stopping nt Mrs L W Adkissons Rev Smith nnd wife who havo been visiting relatives near hear returned to their homo in Louisville Thursday Mrs J II Morris nud grand daughter Miss Editti Cole who have been visiting Miss Roso Morris returned to Louis- Â¬ ville Sunday Another of our former citizens has so cured work with the bridgecarpnters on the Texas road This is three of our boys now with them Rev Whltlnghill nnd wife nfter a pleasant visit to friends near here left Thursday morning for Lodihurg to spend n fuw days with friends Miss Ethel Adkisson who has been spending vacation with her mother at tills place left Friday morning for Sherman Texas where she will attend tho North Texas Female Collego Quito n cool wave struck our locality last week and we thought autumn had come to stay but the illusion was soon dispelled ns old Sol was warming up things at a lively rato a few days later Geo W Hamilton of Mendevillo Ky after a plcaenut vacation returned to the Louisville school for the blind where lie Is a pupil The little fellow expressed himself as being pleased with the school C E Bryant nnd II Rawlings of Brandenburg were in town Wednesday with a patent cistern cleaner It worked like a charm bringing up bucket full after bucket full of black sediment from the All who value Thompson cistern health should call on these gentleman and have their cisterns cleaned Civile Shumate who has been visiting his sister Mrs II W rather of Falls of Rough made a flying visit home last Week Clyde is well pleast d with Gray Â¬ son county hut thinks it Payueful to bu separated Iroin old friends so long anil must come back occasionally to see home folks nud that other ono not a sister Again dentil has visited our commun- Â¬ ity This timo it has claimed ono who had lived to the advanced age of eighty four years Aunt Polly Smith as she wns familiarly culled quietly yielded her spirit to God who gave It Monday Sep Â¬ tember 10th For several weeks she lin Â¬ gered between life nnd death the vital spark holding out with such wondorful tenacity as to surprise her attending physician but when thu summons came shu calmly sank to rest surrounded by sorrowing relatives and friends who will sadly mbs her kind face nnd gentle voice To each wo extend our deepest sympa thy The marrlago of Mr G E Smith and Miss Henri E Cain will tako place at the home of the bridu at 10 oclock Tuesday morning Sept 25 Immediately after the ceremony thu young couplu will leave for Cincinnati their future homo Miss Cain who is thu youngest daughter oi air iienry uatn a wen Known pros- Â¬ perous furmt r is ono of Meade countys prettiest and most accomplished young ladles possessing a bright Bunny dis Â¬ position which has endeared her to all with whom sho has come in contact Mr Smith the sou of onu of Meadu countys best farmeri Mr Geo V Smith is a young business man of inarkod ability which with his strength of character and affable manners has won for him an enviable reputation The young couple start out iu life under the most favorable auspices and we with their many friends wish them a long useful and happy life There being no cards and as the wedding will be a quiet home affair all friends so desiring are cordially invited to be present without further notiee n Â¬ this new line of Fall Styles at never heard of low prices -- VEST Come and See Us Jew Drug Store Having recently purchased tho IIen9loy building on Main Street tho County Jail and after thoroughly overhauling it have put in now fixtures nnd Morris opposite ft Â¬ Â¬ a ttii A pAU huui CliAAV rvP T3ii via NAftHe u Â¬ Â¬ Wo carry ovrcything that U kept in a first class Drug Store Buch as- - Drugs Sponges Medicines Toilet Articles Brushes of all kinds Cigars and Tobacco etc and respectfully eolicit a sharo of p Si - ySH V U your patronage Prescriptions Carefully Compounded At all hours day or night Accuracy Quality Purity ED T GUTHRIE Our motto E E SUTTON Druggist Manager Main St opp County Jail HARDINSBURG KY Farm for Sale I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ram A One farm of 150 acres well Unproved with 1000 apple trees bearing with- Â¬ in three miles of Irving- Â¬ ton Ky Also one farm of 225 acres one mile South of Bewleyvillej Ky Will sell cheap on easy payments For further particulars address W J Piggott ilted t - m IRVINGTON KY v NOTICE Killed With a Spade All pron Indebted to tht ettate orir R or to th lite firm of IIltreport of the killing of a young man ricaii bom ro rcquenteil to coine forward aiiff by the name ot Singleton comes fiom Ien and mvc cults All pcrton bavin claim ctt Ifilntt the tata Henry neighborhood of Wolf Creek It Is and ajralnat tho litof Srin of K Uan ucccit the ILIl Ilcun ts Son said that Singleton and several other Hrrhrchy notcfiod to produce them beloit mo nrnnerlv nrnwen men were at work on the road and began WS DKANrCxcutor Hock llck Kv throwing clods at each other merely FOR SALE through fun at fl at Finally the clods One hundred got a little bigger and were thrown with lUrdliiauurK and tUhty acrenf nd lylnsr rn Ilarlfcrd and Ilowlinir lrii radila lond iwnUr more force and faster until their gpades ty Thia bmith UWMt wt of Hrcckanriifoi cixib ceod fence forty acr were resorted tn BIngleton was struck Ih timber re Mundor hk atate or cultivation during the inelee on the head from fiwr ItMlye Hwlnir hi and other Urra MM whlcl he died soon after The mwh of the- - other parties connected with Um JOn U AWBHKV Ky affair oould not be lsarned Keck VU fi 1 iS a m jjJjjX JJiSJJVCf M J ftflftflkaSHiBSBLNL3ffiB GLflVftftPbftJN w tiMr - tiifmriri t - - -- 1 ii AA -t w- - ---- 4w-- - imtn n ifttrflimr BLV - -- - - - - ii -- t ji -- II 8 frfi 1 at the Liabet Verdhafl tletolcu In aid cattle ubliat hollr dull with cHt llke tread liated everything In order atid waited llli for tier lliiblrccs bell at lust grow w ITM K dli vitcvJ The Foremost Baking Powder In all the World w ii r Nv Dr Prices w CreamBakingPo wder Carried off w HIGHEST HONORS at the Worlds Columbian 11 ill Exposition Terona Reams History 11 V ALICE 1IU1IKU Vic old friend liavo you over been In love Tom what a question when Well yon know bo much of my early life r Surely you havent forgotten littlehlack Jupiter howl loved eyedSusio Hall the little sprite and how heartbroken I was when she eloped witn John Mat I well Well I was just sixteen then and up twenty was u rapid succession of love flairs until 1 verily boheve romance ed of exhaustion and now at tho age thirty I forget to think of such things lit why do you ask I had hoped you had some ideal of Aitilo form which would prove a 8M against danger into which I shall Juce you this eve with your con i set nil risk anything in tho way of Mi yes and crinolino was the merry f repl I ve an engagment for the day but 0XPeo find you at six fully equipped fona hu wth Cupid Good bye ViclWybrant and Tom Maynard were glnates of one of tho best law BclioolsWuw York endowed by na Â¬ ture wiU liberal amount of good looks and by ilrltiinee with a neat supply of this worl goods they Baw only the bright sidf life Victor fter graduating went to Europe fr whence he had just return- Â¬ ed to bo wlply welcomed by his friend who Jn thoieautimo had established himself in lucrative practice and an elegant Buitqf rooms at No 1 Broad Â¬ way 9 When youlj theso friends met and formed a frieinip which circumstances and timo sorvtto foment more closely they had both It their parenta early in life and were t fortunate enough to have a brother sister consequently the congeniality in r natures led them to form a warm lovwhich in a great mea Â¬ sure met the denuds of natural ties At eight oclockhe two friends alight ed from a carriage front of a plain two story brick almost uried in vines rose Â¬ bushes and honoytfckles They were uaheri into tho parlor to bejnet by Mrs Reai a tall stately lady of fifty who greeteiifr Maynard aa a friend Miss lieamtas engaged at tho piano with a gentler but came for Â¬ ward at onco and metho friends I can give you only fnint Idea of Miss Ream without having perfect features taken separately thul combination is singularly beautiful h hair the lovoli eU golden brown eyes lark blue with a a n worm 01 uepiu a comiuxion ot oerlectfi fulrness added to a tall willowy form the personification of gnWiyul you have some conception of thoVufflnl appear Â¬ ance oone of tho most ptbular belles of 1 i p S ciency in music and fondntaj for good writers coupled with naturalvealilty made 1 or Bought after by Um most select A year after Verona entered society her father brought home hlsteednd wife A loyeiy cuitureu lady between whom a till liu bf nnflaiffWit n II iTt DlVruiligllvi nut Ill lUVllUBIIiJI sprung up which ripened into A fond nffeetlon and tis to these twobrilllant woHMin our friend Victor is inlipthjeed Mr Maynard fell into conversation with Mrs Iteam and Mr Thompson who mwl to he a cousin and neighbor IwvJRg Mr Wybrant and Mis lteara to JieotHw musle books and travels all ef whUnk wwh biul a im anyrsatirttoa mmI GotlmCociety Having lost her mother aan early age alio was placed at a fashionable boarding school near Boa ton from Wh rlmn1 sho graduated at the ago of iventy her muiuuu iruiiiiug nt suiiooiner prou tlj ini MI ksowWdirs After a MMwlwkt Itwajtiiy ellp Item summoned his friend and after a polite adieu they drove homo in comparative silence just before leaving tho carriage Victor astonished his friend by saying Tom that woman has a history Which woman Mrs Ream No what do know of Mrs Ream Yes that may be hut Vic dear bo careful you dont wish you never know Miss Ream Tell me Tom what you know nbout her alio is tho most facinating mystery I ever saw Well to bo brief she was introduced to New York society three years ago by her aunt Mrs Newton Thornton ono of the leaders hero and although the time has been so shorther admirers have been numberless many have sought earnestly to conquer her cold reserve and capture the queen and belle for their own but to ull sho turns a deaf ear I have had chargo of her fathers vast business for tho last six years and have beon much at the house where I Hatter myself I am held in high esteem I have watched Miss Ream closely and every now and then I catch a peculiar pathetic ring in her voice which comes only from great suffering and onco I came suddenly on her wiueii alio had a startled haunted look on her face as if pursued by somo hidden enemy Sho is too proud too noble to stoop to an evil thin and yet I cant have fancied these things there is some mystery I respect and honor her she commands it I could not withold it Miss Ream and Mr Wybrant met often Sho never avoided him neither did she seek to attract him She listen- Â¬ ed with wrapt attention whenvhe de- Â¬ scribed foreign countries when ho read in a clear well modulated voice or dis- Â¬ cussed politics literature or music but when ho grew personal she became a perfect iceburg and the remainder of the Interview was spoiled Gotham was unusually gay during the winter and Miss Ream and her mother were always found at tho beat places our friends Victor and Tom were al Â¬ ways poated in regard to their intentions and wherever the tall blondo beauty was seen his shadow was sure to bo un- Â¬ til gossip prophesied her queenly neck would bend to the yoke of matrimony Mrs Floyd Graham issued invitations to a grand ball to be given on tho 2nd of January and all who were so fortunate as to bo invited wero happy as she only remembered hqrset in this way overy once in a great while but always in a royal manner On tho evening ot tho ball our young friend Victor was Btanding near tho hos tesschatting with somo ladies to whom he had just been introduced when Miss Ream came forward leaning on tlio arm of her father She paid her respects to tho hostess and was turning aside to mako room Joothers when she caught sight of a Hrftf eyes that spoke such things as no tonguo can frame She turned pale and became confused he hastened to aBk her to dance which she refused Ho then asked her to promenade through tho rooms to which she acceded but never allowed herself to bo separated from tho crowd for ono moment Tho evening was passed in the usual way all pronounced it an elegant affair When Verona reached her room that night she dismissed her maid and toro oft her costly jewels and gauzy dress put on her dressing gown and throw huiself in a chair in front of tho glowing fire to think and suffer to livo over the ex Â¬ quisite thrill slie experienced when sho first knew Victor Wybrant loved her and she how madly how intensely she loved him but the next thought was to crush it she must never let blur know it she cried out in her agony She wish ed for death she thought of the peace of the grave and longed to go there Sue wore out the remainder of the night in bitter thoughts and when the fhet streaks of daylight oame through the wwt willow sltt res from twr chair ad west a twr b4 w4th m feeding tat a kW t mM to bU femm all ttws kwr Â¬ iil imptttient shu gently opened tho door and spoke Verona pleaded a head Â¬ ache nud the faithful Llsbct insisted on administering nil kinds of remedies only to be repulsed with the request to bo let alone at last the faithful creature retired to the adjoining room to keep watch for four long hours When Verona hod herself completely under control sho rang for Iisbet who dressed her In most becoming manner and snught in everyway to destroy all traces of last nights suffering and when she joined her parents at their five oclock dinner no allusion was made to her recent illness Mr Ream was called uway booh alter dinner and his wife retired to her rooms leaving Verona at tho piano Sho play- Â¬ ed hour nfter hour pouring out her very soul in strange weird music like tho last wail of a lost soul then sluklng to soft pathetic strains that would bring tears to the eyes of the most hardened heart she played as she never did before her very soul was in it Suddenly she was startled by a Bcrvent handing her a card and looking up she saw Mr Wybiant standing in tho door Summoning all her courago sho began a talk on music in which her guest took only an indifferent interest at lost he drew a chair directly in front of her and with tho bright light shining full on their fnces he told her his great his all absorbing love for her and begged her to bo his wife at the word of wife sho raised her hand ns if to ward off n blow and said in a strained unnatural voice Dont Ill never marry and notwith- Â¬ standing Victor Wybrant pleaded long and eloquently for somo sort of hope her sad low toned answer was the same I cannot At last having I cannot compassion on her evident distress and excitement ho hado her a sorrowful good night Ho made his way homo sadder than he had ovor felt before howovor not on tiroly hopeless for ho believed Verona loved him and he thought lovo and youth conquered nil things They met often in society but Verona was always surrounded by friends and though always kind there was no hope written in her pale proud face once after many months he chanced to find her alone quietly possessed himself of her hand he looked her straight in tho eyes asked her why she would not mar Â¬ ry him You do lovo me I feel sure you do Her reply came calmly but firmly Mr Wybrant do not seek to penetrate my reasons but accept the fact I shall never marry And if this is final I bid you good- Â¬ bye I leave New York next week to mako my homo amongst strangers I will put tho width of the continent between us he said bitterly And am I the unfortunate cause of your leaving homo friends business and all that make up ones life she said I shall be better away only one thing more I ask should this obstacle this mystery melt away will you tell me will you write at once I feel sure Ill never alter my plans and would be happier to know you were making friends in your new home and might somo day marry a good woman and have a home of your own Will you promise was Victors only reply I will came in sad tones it One bright morning in May ten years later a dispatch was handed Tom May Â¬ nard which read us follows ClIAITKIt San Francisco Cat May 14th Tom Mujnanl No I HroaJway New Vnrk t am very III Come at once Answer ilcoilld hoi ease thd pain of btlo prbUd heart I Spent ti ttioiilli at their sylvnti rctteiit and left as much mystified as when t at rived They remained obsent llvo years until Mr Reams business forced them home Verona never went in society afterher return but devoted herself to works of charity the poor around her homo sim ply adored her Tom I can tell you now why sho did not marry me but it must be kept sa credly It is a long story You do not know Tom that onco or twice a year since I came to San Francis Â¬ co I take a trip away amongst tho moun tains to easo the great longing In my heart Naturo is my only solace she sooths and takes away so much of the bitterness of lifo Well two years ago I wundered father than usual until I found myself Into ono evening at a small Mexican village In Southern California a quaint old place at tho foot of the mountains here I found shelter aud food and the next day I walked out north of tho town to get n good view of the sur- roundings I followed a narrow path for about an hour when I reached an open ing on tho mountain side with the love- Â¬ liest southeren view I found a seat and for many hours drank in the scenery The olive groves far to the south remind Â¬ ed one of Portugal tho fertile plains with the little brooklets wuudering through at their own sweet will the ducks of sheep making dots of white on the green fields with the primitive town nestling just below me made a picture to please the eye of tho most fastidious lover of nature I was thinking how all nature Is hap Â¬ py and restful only man is at war with himself why cant 1 be calm andcontent as my surroundings Long and earnestly I pondered and was comforted I thought of Christs weary pilgrimage on earth and what ho left to mako that pilgrimago and com- Â¬ pared his glorious triumphs oversell with my weak repinnings and how In a little whllo I might inherit eternal glory through him I arose comforted to take up my burden of life more cheerfully to do moro for my fellowman and think Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 11 1 how ho hdd hbabed favors oil the aged boullle who tehtleu hlth kith n lavish hilnd Mayhard seethed IhU loiters rind certi Â¬ ficates and began his lonely return to his home One week later Mr Maynard sont up his card to Mies Ream sho came at once and noted with an anxious start his deep mourning Ho told her of Victors brave death and gavo her the loving messages from him Ho handed her tho letters nnd cortlficnto she looked nt them with chnnging color and said Tom knew all I Yes SIROCCO Hear Land b cakei ami brlticf Scdtl Irac MjlilcMMfk lojdhnhy GroaU Ifthcref a hole In a jodt coalt I rede you tent It A chllJi among you tailing notci And faith hell prent It It Is astonishing to think at tills ago of tho world how many people thero are who possess reasoning powers men who have battled along through life un Â¬ til they havo reached tho age when reason ono ot tho greatest attributes which God in His loving kindness has seen proper to endow tho peoplo of a sin cursed world with generally adds will suffer more feathers to our wings themselves to be duped hoodwinked their mind to hecomo unbalanced by the sweet Bounds from slick tongues incased in fronts of brass by people who are known to lead nomadic lives who are tossed hither and yon over the world have no settled homes dont want any Like tho Wandering Jew their wanderings cease when life becomes extinct Theyve acquired a roving dis position which I dont wish to cast any rellection on but are they the kind of men to represent the common working classes in National affairs evidently no and their hearts dont beatin symphony with a long suffering and patient peo- Â¬ plo tho common classes These nomads are generally a pretty sharp set of fellows They mix nbout over tho world come in contact with all kind of people meet with lifo in all of its fazes Many of them are adepts in the art of phrenology which enables them to cut their cards so as to always bo In iKWSORsion of tho joker Theyve always got two strings to their bow if one breaks the other comes in play and so they jog on through life soliloquising in the language of the poet Â¬ And told her how Victor had taken rare of htm for two years to keep him from wnndoring back and how ho had only lovo for her nnd Borrow for her ono mistake Mr Maynard what a bitter punish Â¬ ment for ono thoughtless sin I could Oh have borne all if he had escaped how noble and kind and I will never seo him here how long tho time will be and the pioud partlcian face bent down with sorrow too deep for tears Miss Ream is Been now in the deepest mourning but tho world only under Â¬ stands sho had a history rm j W NIXM3 HONEST EXPEMMENT DOCTOR WINS A CANDID ATLANTA OA Aug 14 lfM Fur the past two year I liara usnt Kinds rtoTol Oe rmetuer In my pra tlce wltb most I hare used It In Ty aa lslactory results phod ami llllious Korera and always with It lowers tut the npeodlost and best effects temperature and BREAKS UP FEVERS Buckleni Arnica Salve Tho Rest Saivk in the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers SaltRheumFever Sores TetterChapped HandsChllblalnB Corns nnd all Skin Eruptions and pos-Â¬ itively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to givo perfect satis- Â¬ faction or money refunded Prico 25 cents per box For sale by A It Fisher of all kinds common to this latitude- moro expeditiously than any remedy wlthlu my From my own experience lu Its knowledge me upon 111 self and others to uliotn I bava recommended and administered It I bellove ItloulJWt good remedy tarrh Insomnia night all Ha tonus Kings Royal Uermotuor emphatically A FOR YELLOW FEVER antiseptic cures It la a mou excellent sweats and eczema ov In SAFE REMEDY RoldbyDruKitlsts Atlanta Ga u and lca cs no Injurious effect In the Ttia J W NELM8 MDj JU or West lltid Ga 1100 6 for 1500 Kings Rojal Germslusr Co If ittice Cotnmtision Merchants Jt6 Second St T I -1 MI Atlilll Villi U4IKVl IjUUIIVIIIC JVjT O let the wide world wag as It will nd happy still Corrcctlv weeklv hv Iumnhrev Iaufcr Pro bet 18 They have a good time livo off of the fat of the land and under tho semblance of Diophantus occasionally turn aside from their usual vocation to put a spoko in tho wheels of our government In their meanderings nround tho world they havo acquired so great a knowledgo of tho political situation especially the silver queston that when they Bpeak men bend forward with mouths wide open fixed as it wero by tho great weight of knowledgo that exuberates from tho Pierian Spring ha ha and Infuses its soothing properties through the eyes mouth and nose untill the whole heart body and soul becomes drunk Bancroft our worthy historian says I have seen men rail and find fault and turn around and do tho very same thing they so condemned in others Yes pump themselves dry in fierce diatribes deriding tho men who the majority of tho thinking people of the United States put in office set themselves up for models of integrity and then resort to trickery in order to carry out their elect- Â¬ ioneering schemes Failing to reach the peoplo with their brass tipped tongues from tho stump with the cheek of Luci Â¬ fer they resort to forgery in order to get their derogatory accusations in through the public press What are thoy 7 Nothing under Gods heaven but political agitators When a man seU himself up for an arbitrator especially when trying to quell tho dark deeds and raise the pall that hovers with ubiquitous dread over a nation of people wouldnt it be advisable for him to pos bcss himself with those rare jewels hon- Â¬ esty and plain dealing those qualities which are so commendable in tho eyes of the civil law and such as are requisite for ono who desires to lead a and patient people out of the wilderness Zounds Isnt it funny how some Statesmen spring up like mush Â¬ rooms You dont know thoy are in existence until thoy rise up before you and tell of the sights thoy have seen the cream colored horses and gilded car Â¬ riages the livery man with his long tail coat studded witli big brass buttons and high top sweetener lowering from his kindly cranium of tho ladies in their silks and satins and jeweled hands and how they file down the marblo steps out of the stately mansion on whose floors tho costly brussols carpet assisted by the brilliant light from tho chandelier dazzles tho book agents oyes until he imagines himself transferred to the elyslums ot heaven and enter tho afore Â¬ said carriages leaving the aforesaid book agont standing aghast at tho curb stone where his last words and I cant sell you a bible freeze on the chilling at- Â¬ mosphere whllo tho nonchalant lady urges tho driver to speed tho team bo sho will not be too late to witness the first act at tho theater Mad my ho wants the world renovated and overy man now in office kicked out just be Â¬ cause that woman didut buy one of his bibles g Ill be Ky ltltKY LOUISVILLE Sept 1694 Shippers should mark all paokbgoi plainly with shippers name and post offlce address BUTTER Choice country Medium Creamery EQOS 17 11 20 11 18 12 21 Fresh Michigan less of self As I moved forward a paper fluttered from behind a large stone and fell just BEANS hand picked 1 75 to 1 85 Old or Common and colored Indiana Navy FEATHERS 1 SO 1 00 to to 1 1 85 20 Victor Wybrant Three davs later Tom was sitting be side his friend listening to his calm but feeble account of himself he was saying I went out to our mines to look after certain interest and when I arrived at the camp I found tho wildest excitement most of the miners were away some half mile at work when four men attempted to go down an old opening and the machinery broke I offered my services and got hurt they brought me to the top and I might have gotten well but the local fover attacked mo and with a broken arm and leg and a strained back I could not sucessfully fight a new trouble I was brought homo after many weeks Tho Doctors here say I have only a little whllo to live and Tom I havo thought day and night about you I could not die without seeing you You havo been overy thing to me and she tell me Tom of Verona Vic why did you never mention her I longed to write you in your letters of hor but waited for you to open the subject I know from tho beginning sho loved you but instead of marrying you as I oxpected the family wont to Europo They the Bpring you came out here wandered over tho continent for eighteen months and finally settled in a romantic little nook amongst the mountains of Switzerland and surely nature never made a lovllier place to which was addÂ¬ ed everything wealth could do but alas Â¬ The Kind of motlicino you need is tho old reliable tonic and blood purifier j AVERS SARSAPAItlLLA it otmlmve will cure you Cura others In my pathway I caught it thinking some other lover of nature had found this beautiful spot I looked at tho writ- Â¬ ing which bore tho stamp of ago and Tom it boro something else tho name Verona Ream was written distinctly at the bottom of tho page I followed the direction from which it came and just around tho rock where tho path led was a man asleep with letters scattered all around him which he evidently had The man though not been reading more than thirty was haggard and gray showing unmistakable signs of a rapid life I quickly picked up the letters and devoured tho contents a wild desire to solve a mistery impelled me A Bccret marriage whilst at school a slow butBure awakening to her great mistake a con stant struggle witli this man to keep the secret argo sums of money furnished him this I read and all the bitter past I went a way to thin- kwas explained no not to think but suffer yet Tom God in his infinito mercy has ordered our natures that wo realize only a part of our suffering otherwise I should have died in thinking of my proud peerless beauty being made the plaything df this sin cursed wretch How I longed to hold hor in my arms and tell her how Innocent and pure I believed her how I loved and pitied her I took this miserable wretch to San Francisco and found him n quiet board Â¬ ing place amongst good people I deter Â¬ mined never to let him annoy her agalu By degrees I learned his history He was a gay college boy and on ono of his weekly visits to his sister ho met Vero no who attended tho samo school They formed a fancy for each other wldch was constantly fed by Veronas romantic na- Â¬ ture and tho wily sister who understood the financial as well as social step which hor brother would take in such a union On the occasion of ono ot Veronas vlsihj to Lillian Wards homo a secret marriage was planned and brought about The sister lived only a year after- Â¬ ward and tho ceremony wont soon after- Â¬ wards to New Mexico leaving the secret to be kept by Vorona and Hugh Ward At tho time Verona graduated Hueh was traveling in Europe from which place ho returned a dissipated worthless man with only ambition enough to keep himself in money to livo on this ho dually demanded of Verona and got it as tho prico of silence After the failure of J Ward Co and the death of Hughs father the young man would absent himself from New York for many months at a time and it was on ono of theso aimless tramps I found him It was long before I learned all only when he knew that his end was certain- Â¬ ly noar did ho make a full confession He told mo on the occasion of my last visit that Verona was only his by law that only on ono occasion had he ever kissed tier and that just after the cere- Â¬ mony He bellevod her pure good and true and sho had always been far above him Now Tom my story is told and what I want dono is for you to go to No 820 Rank street where this poor follow died four days ego and collect her letters and proofs ot his death and take them to tier I had hoped to do this myself but God wills otherwise His story was told at intervals and in much pain but he neyenfaltored in his determination to tell all For two weeks Maynard watched be Â¬ side his friend and one morning as tho sun rose over the city the angels caught away the spirit ot a brave good man He the true and tried frjend found tho pUee where Hugh Ward died and learn- ed from the good people how Vieter Wybrant had tended him like a brother until hU own misfortune and even when helpless hlniMlt bad seat oamtorta and wms of bope ami eber evr tryisg to pohtt the WRdrr to a bettor heme and Â¬ Prime white gosse Mixed Old No 1 duck 31 20 25 15 a 20 HIDES Ureen ft ood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep sklni Hoc tiers per lb Hens per lb Spring Chickens 3 1 25a POULTRY 5 7 10 ffi 30 12 U 0 fi ii J JirnKc Jffjsri our thinking the best way to things ib get right done n to find good doer ami stick to him A dealer gets to know your wants often better than yourself n 1 50 per doz 2 50 DRIED AlPLES AND PEACHES Apples choice bright quarters to Hi Apples average to 5 Apples old 1 Peachos new to 5 Peaches old WOOL Tub washed 21 23 Qreaso fine IS 5 17 Orease coarse 14 a 1A Merino 10 12 Uurry aud Cots 10 13 MISCELLANEOUS Tallow 4Ji Beeswax 25 Sorghum Molasses 35 30 UAY URAIN FEED VTo quote price to day on Louisville oity i wharfs OATS No 2 oats HAY 32 10 50 11 36 13 00 11 00 5 50 and Strictly choice Choice No 2 Oood Medium Good Bright Straw CORN holce white Choice shelled CATTLE Oood to extra shipping 00 m 12 00 wise shirtinim the year except same 10 00 4 75 keeps bliirts 42K 4S 4 3 3 3 00 fa 4 50 3 3 40 00 3 25 75 65 after for Light shipping year the few styles butterfly come that Best Butchers Medium to good butchers HOGS Choice packing and butchers 5 5 Fair to good 6 Roughs Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under4 flood to extra shipping Fair to good LAMBS Oood to extra spring Fair to good 25 25 2 5 40 20 5 25 50 a 6 75 75 5 00 3 25 2 50 4 75 4 00 SHEEP and go for a day 3 75 1 50 4 60 1 60 That is true to some extent in Gents Furnishings Stationery other wc sell eminently shirts things the Louisville St Louis Texas R R Co that TIME SCHEDULE Taking irtoct At 600 oclck A nsro 22 but it is true of H Sunday Dec 52 17 1893 because if they are not right they arc wrong so Kxprs Itxpra Dally Dally 630um G1S 72 7 30 7 Vfcsl Bound Traint 51 53 Malt it Eatt IlounJ Trami Mail A Dally 12 45pm 12 SO 11 bUi in 61 STATIONS Kxpta Kxpr Dally 8 JMpih 7 35 7 30 45ain very 8 00 8 40 8 43 IvUnn Hoc ptar Kentucky St West Point Howard Haven K run 815 747 7M 804 813 8 21 8 30 8 38 8 45 8 55 9 JO 9 09 000 9 9 9 9 9 07 917 20 31 Long llranch Brandenburg Jno D Babbage The Shirt Man E C Babbage Manager l L Whllo in Chicago Mr Charles L 6 45 Addison 640 Kahler a prominent shoo merchant of 914 6 36 Holt 917 Des Moines Iowa had quito a serious 9 28 6 24 Clovcrport 6 21 Shops 945 time of it Ho took such a severe cold 9 31 SI Iman 9 33 6 00 9 43 4 69 Hawcsvllle 922 that ho could hardly talk or navigate 964 4 51 10U2 614 lvtrlc but tho prompt use ot Chamberlains 100711130 Kalcon 445 iW 9 04 4 42 Cavce Cough Remody cured him of Ids cold so 10MPi131 4 36 1140 Lewliport 868 1018 3 40 quickly that others at the hotel who had 1035 Powers 4 24 llid mi 1212pm 10 48 4 08 825 Pates bad colds followed his example aud half 1069 12 22 4 00 Owcntboro 815 123d 8 02 1109 MattliiKiy 3 47 a dozen persons ordered it from tin 1114 12 38 Grithth 7 64 3 41 1242 Stanley nearest drug store They wero profuse 1119 781 337 1260 1125 Worthington 7 43 330 in their thanks to Mr Kahler for killing 113 1267 Heads 3X1 736 7 27 Snottsville 108 316 cold so quickly 1145 them how to cure a bad II 1163pm 114 ctts 719 310 UlOjnt 130pm arHendersn Iv 7U6am 16ipQ For sale1 by A R FlsherCloverportKy Hardins- Board and Klncheloe burg Ky LouisYiMejHadfnsburg Weslern R R This-- is what Fliwbclh Stuart Phelps No 3 TIME TABLE This ono thing J write unto writes All nieu TAKING EFFECT JULY 9 you lave bewildered girls M make good lovew while hey are about West llouud Trains Round Tnlaa go lor DaMy It TheexpwssioMoleoHFteil 1uW TKu7 RWy little Hew many rosesdeeabe brlag M tun IX Sun STATIONS Nat i How ktaes deea be e ve These No5 Nol - 45 54 04 1014 1020 1028 103d 10 M 10 60 10W HOT 1116 1121 10 iuston Irvlnirton Webster Lodiburir lUrce Sample Slephemport 1147 1132 1124 1116 1107 1060 711 658 7 07 6 48 6 40 6 30 l09 10 41 10 SJ 1025 10 20 1011 lOGli 10 01 9 48 614 6UI 567 662 Kt - RHinr I are not the questions Are the vowa ar Are hie letters affeetloaate dent These maker less thaalt would be poeri ble to jake you believe But what kind et a tea is be to an aged or a Uwely father b be patient with aa mwtUeoUve aa De yu alllBg even a nagging mother know bow be toaeta bfe sietorT1 Ittw Ly Irvlnutoa Ar iarfHiis Sam 11 T- n Kardlnakvsg- lUrn4 Klra Jail ia SUajMaa L UrFtimartlv S- - baaamtsW IAitfMri ill I O o V w XJIWI fVyi iWwy Ji--- 11- limn rnrjirrT-r----inr- limn iiijui n nniMm r n r ruirrn iwijw i VHB SEtBi6KmMEitoQm Ntawe limnUliliWiwwWWigWMIWl IB lOil dL6KiH6ia mmt wmMBHw u i n A mmttwti im mi tho iKNtofllcu department had decided to furnish a proof of oieh of tho tKvdugo stnmps issuui by tlio department upon application for samo This Item touch E 77 ed a responsive chord Iu thu lueastsof the great American pulilia nud was rMUiuij saQ- widely copiid Tho applications hnvo begun to como iu Several hundred cried ns AiKKiArion cormcrtAiiM have como iu ou each mail for thu past Not not if you really would llko to strangers as wo liatl Doeu nil our uvea five days and thu number is increasing hnvo mo try By by Mr TDya IIo did not wish long Thero Is a delngoof this kind of mail Tho brntol cried MIbs Mosey mo to haro friends I nui sure I hopo I mattor and to snvo tlio department from CHAPTER X sold Annotto You wrong him do not wroug him but I think so bo ZImi IStvJ VWifiJ being swamped Postinuster General His lilt UT Ho wan not heartless Inovcr causo nothing disturbed him moro thnn quickly Wni Meathcrord sell lias Ixen compelled to order printod Tho tldo flowed back and forth 1cuenth iu all my llfo heard him spoak a cavngo to And mo talking with a stranger My tlte was poor nnd I w ns quite iniif rn Wo lrleinli a circular setting forth that tho depart 1 have advised me to take Hoods Barsnurllla mother pitied my isolation mid sho of- Â¬ word to her And in tho carriage his tho thickening ico unseen nnd tho winment is not distributing proofs of stamps ter woro on Maxeys now pupil was ten tried to interest in mo companions grief was terriblo to sea I novcr sawn and has also Ixiu eoniiKilled to transfer making much progress Tho samo was man weep before It frichtoucd cc I Sarsa of my own age and then tlio informasomo of tlio clerical force of thu depart tion would cojiio that wo wcro to brenk tried to say something to concolo him true iu another sense of Maxoy himment from legitimate work to tho work self Sometimes iu tho interest und pre Ho silenced mo with a terriblo oath up our littlo homo again mid go to somo of sending theso circulars to the stamp only timo ho over Fpoko liko that to occupation of their mutual labors their taken 5 bottles and am distant placo to live That is why I had tho applicants Tho affair is regarded as n much cttcrhave gained no friends Wo Maid so short a tlnio in mo Oh Mr Dyo is nstrango man I Ho heads would get very cloo together practical joko on tho department but This was m entirely accidental nnd un In weight and enjoy a any city wo changed our living placo seems nlways to lw brooding over somo toad appetite General Bissoll didnt regard it iu thnt bo often 1 cannot Bay home I never terriblo wrong I havo sometimes oven premeditated an occurrence that tho fact way whon ho said to Tho Star man Id Hoods Pills are a mild cdhartlc 26o wondered whether his mind was not un- Â¬ that n sudden interruption at such times know what that word really meant till givo a weeks salary to know who wroto I enmo hora But I am only mystifying settled That was what mado my lifo bo started n blush into the faces of each it Washington Star enough to feel tho seems strange and unaccountable But you my lciirl friends I should tell yon unbearable It was it was unquestionably tho fnct A knock anxiety to o erwhelm tho mini ho had what I know of myself from tho begin- desolation of my mothers death but to Irving Larimoro physical director havo him always absent or sitting in nt tho outer door ono afternoon was atnot considered the ixxssiblo effect on tho ning tho same room without a word without tended by this result They lsid been woman Still thu worst was over and of Y M 0 A Des Moines Iowa says Way back beyond all that I con over hoenn conscientiously recommend Chain- really remember thcro is n vogue im- a look for me that was terriblo And bending room a sketch by a window in iio could only proceed nnd both becamo sudden 1 suppose still wo moved about I could not bear tho rear you wont deny that you borlnins Pain Balm to nthletesgyinnitsts perfect senso of something different to remain shut up all tho time and ono ly conscious that they wero betraying know this ludy hu said in a voico thnt bicyclists fool bull players and tho pro which conies to mo most vividly someunwonted confusion Maxcy was so was meant to Ikj very uncompromising fession times when I am not trying to think of night despair gavo mo courago to throw painfully awaro of Ids own in general for bruises sprains letrnynl of myself upon his tell him stem it But my first distinct recollection is unhuppiness and mercy tohim for a my sentiment that ho was very glnd of tho mid Sir it would bj utterly useless and dislocations nlso for soreness and re to beg for Btilliiess of the of playing with my littlo rag doll at a muscles When applied mo to deny unj thing window very high up looking out over lease I thought if ho could allow mo to opportunity offered to conceal it by an family swering tho summons nt tho door Mr Dyo had not east n second gliuico before thu patls become swollen it will tho roofs Jlr mid Mrs Dyo wero with go out to work its a servant in a Ho stepped into tho vestibule and at his formir daughter nor did ho do so elleet a cure in onu half the timo usually whero I could earn my bread oven that me and I called them father nnd moth would Ixj better than this for this was partly closed tho entrance to tho rear now He mado his answer in tho most required For sale by A It Fishor er I always was afraid of him and no chamber beforo ho looked into tho outer grave even dignined tones Ho punctu- Cloverport Kyand Kincheloe Hoard avoided me but I loved my mother with worso than death itself corridor Two men stood by tho stair ated lxirfeotly Them wns a littlo pause Ilardlnsburg Ho heard mo out iu astonished si tho strength of a doublo passion I can Ky dimly remember that at that timo both lcnco mid averted his head to reply in a railing When ho saw them tho artists after tho sir and a full stop nt tho heart gavo a great bound Ono man ho This calmness which anything of them wcro rather different in their voico that trembled You aro my daughknew by sight tho other ho knew by inLueiiie flotdii rWtrnlt of leb might lx cither tho calmness of deterlooks from what they seemed ill later ter Annette Tho law makes mo responTho uowspaper portraits of 13 V Dobs sible for you until you aro SI I must tuition Tho foremost man wns tho sly mination or of despair rather discon years Jlr Dyu has changed greatly IIo used to bo very well dressed and continue to take cam of you Then I landlord of JO flood street Tho other certed thunrtlst He had often imagined aro not accurnto Thoy represent him told him for tho first time that I knew who remained a littlo iu tho rear was himself tho central figure in such an in- Â¬ as fat and sleek and ho is not Debs is careful of his appearance That was bo terview biit ho had never dreamed of a tall bluo eyed pale smooth shaven foro ho took so greatly to drink Now his bccict I was not his daughter If a ccrious specimen of humanity IIo appeared to bo between 10 nnd CO years of man liko Mr Dyo nud inclined tobaldnoss Ho looks very ho scorns to havo no care My mother ago His faco was smooth his skin very Neverthelets I will brenk his guard liko Bill Nye and tho fact that ho was pale slight and sad Sho wept so in i palo and sallow His checks sank into yet wears spectacles emphasizes tlio resemho thought much when I fint recollect her that her vT two cavernous hollows His hair was After a minutes silcnco Mr Dyo blance IIo dresses very plainly but eyes wero always red Her husband mado long and of mi obstinate straightucss It went ou iu tho sumo measured tones iu neatly Ho talks fluently ho is nu om her very unhappy IIo novcr used vioburied his ears and swept his coat collar which self consciousness und hopeless- uivgrous reader aud ho particularly lence toward cither of us IIo rather Iu perfect keeping with tho rest of his ness wero strangely intermingled likes pootry Of address ho is candid seemed to pity us bnt thero is an nn appearance his eyes looked ns though Ho has to n degree that Touching tho lady now under your nud cordial kindncsB that is quito as deep as thoun they might havo been of a deflnito color charge whom I onco disgraced in per- quality called persoual magnotlsm Five kindncss of hard words nnd blows IIo in his boyhood but had fnded out from mitting to be known by a namo by no minutes with him would sufllco wo was n silent and moody man and was long usugo So did his hat his coat nnd moans a synoi ym for integrity nnd up think to couvinco a reader of human very littlo in tho house whut was visible of tho remainder of his rightness I do not hesitate to sny that I nature that Dobs is n man of high ideas I noticed as soon as I was old enough habit Thero wero a telltale glossiness am exceedingly well rejoiced nt seeing honest convictions unswerving integ to notico at all that ho did not liku to nnd a woelxgono threadbarenchs about her in such nppueiitly excellent healtlu rity great intellectual vigor or per havo mo oven look tit him I sometimes them all If thero wus a forlorn and ut Sho is ngood girl sir sho is everything Imps rather zeal exceptional simplici caught him watching mo furtively hut terly cast down atmosphere surrounding tho term implies and yet sir you must ty of clinructur mill rniiiimiiiinrii m as hoon as ho saw that I knew it he his fuee this wns equally true of his hat lie nwiuiuif tho utmost painful relations practicability His traits uro thosorwa would turn away quickly If it was not and shoes His ancient coat was buttonthnt exist between us nnd being nwuro believe which taken Bingly nro most so alisiurd I should havo believed ho was ed up about his neck with such an evi- Â¬ of them and of tho fact thnt they nro so ndmirablo but which bunched aro very afraid of me And so my mother was a dent attempt to conceal tho aeuco of a strong thnt sho left my honso voluutn likely to get him into trouble Chicago broken hearted woman But tho lei s sho collar or tho dirtiness of his linen that rily for tho avowed reason thut a longer Record had in common with her husband tho a nun r r jzjv tho only jwssiblo exeuso for having tak 4h moro sho devoted herself to mu Sho of llfo with so uncongenial a person us my en so much pains about tho matter self was unbearable you can scarcoly be Whenever a druggist tells you ho has ten told mo that sho lived only for me I toltl him thnt 1 Uncxo hh secret and when I think how feeble sho was ho did not let mo go I should my sell beemed to bo to nllow tho observer a surprised that our meeting is not more something just ns good for coughs grip chanco to iimuso himself with a specu etc as Dr Bolls Pine Tar Houey dont mutually pleasurablo nnd cordinL and what a struggle existence was to appeal for aid to i onio charitable person her I cannot help bclioving sho told tho Tho fact that wo had just come buck to lation as to which of tho two wus tho Mr Dyo occasionally hesitated nn in you believo it for we guarantee thut it is fnct And with all this thero wcro hard stant for a word bnt generally his dull truth Sho taught mo nil I know Sho tho city where I hud met tho kind lady not true We maku tho genuine nnd saved her pennies and went without Mrs Ilnpgood mado mo think of her lines in tho mnns faco which spoko of somber voico flowed on measurably authorize all druggists to guarantee it deto buy mo books In tho long and I spoko of her IIo seemed utterly unhappiness oven perhaps despnir clothes nud uninterruptedly as if ho wero Mr Belfry bowed ns soon ns tho dooi livering himself of a speech that was Tho E E Sutherland Co Paducah Ky days and evenings when wo wero en overwhelmed and when I saw the For sale by Short wns opened Haynes Clover With u placid wink of quito familiar to him His dignified tirely nlono wo read and studied to- strange pallor that my rash words had McDuniels gether Wo had to dovivo places to hido brought into his faco my anger died away which bis companion was blissfully un bearing wns in such marked contrast to port Dr H H McMullen Co Burns Geo Heyser our literary treasures for whenever ho at once I remembered wliut my mother conscious ho said tho dominant air of faded gentility that M Meyor I believo yon was tho man sir that pervaded him as to bo almost painfully Constantino A Taylor Uosettn Drury found a book ho sold it and kept tho had told mo about his fear of tho galmoney Moro than onco our entire littlo lows mid I thought thcro might bo truth wanted a man to writo letters for you ludicrous Maxoy gazed at him fcteadily Bennett A Co llewleyvlllo Ky I believo I wns returned tho artist library obtained at so much cost nnd in it I was frightened That was only nud said I And if you huvo found mo tho person pains was missed by ns in tho morning You dont know where she wont tho day beforo I got tho letter that took Tliry Ilavo It Iu Atlanta I want I shall be greatly obliged to you when sho left your house I should not havo been unhappy but mo to tho hotel at Somerset Atlanta Is quick tocatcli ou to nil tho for tho littlo knowledge of tho world Sir sho never mado a confidant of latest curves It was announced not That is enough for that said La- Let tho gentleman como in Perhaps and its ways that my reading gavo to mar It is not necessary that you you wouldnt mind yourself taking a mo Do not misunderstand ma I am long ago that tho milkmen of London me It mado mo feel tho degradation of should allow your mind to dwell much scat iu tho vestibule not reproaching her I was utterly unfit in order to nllovinto all suspicion of Tho hireling gavo Maxey a sly look my position All tho timo my mother upon the unpleasant past Chooso tho for nnd unworthy of her confidence 1 adulterated milk ilrovo their herd of was becoming paler and feebler every bright things Miss Dye if you must and a profound bow IIo motioned his always avoided her as tho bad instincmilkers through tho streets nud extract day Finally sho took to her bed I I think of it at all and let tho rest go companion forward and wheu the door tively avoid tho good Sho was right to ed tho lacteal fluid iu front of tlio resi was closed immediately turned tho key go I ontered only a feeble protest I attended her However I wish to ask you a question dences of their customers An Atlunta It was with difficulty that Annotto or two if you dont mind In the first in tho loci drew n chair up against it am aware sir that it mny seem incou milkman 1ib started in tho footsteps of nnd sat calmly down with his back to it controlled herself sufficiently to go on gruous and artificial coming from me place wero yon feeling well and strong tho Londoners Every morning soon aftThu faded nnd forlorn individual did but oven nt tho risk of scorning inconBut her resolution conquered her natural previous to tho Oth of December last er daybreak n mllkmnn may bo seen emotion Sho was oven ublo to speak in when yon mado your unfortunate visit not notico this net ion as it wns dono gruous nnd artificial I deslro to sny in moving along Pullinm street with a behind him IIo had como into tho hall a calm voice to Somerset tnking my farewell of tho young lady herd of fivo fliio milkers stopping hero had removed his hat nnd was bestowing under your chargo for you can scarcoly Beforo sho died sho told mo that I Not really well sir It had been inono or two smoothing touches upon his wish to prolong uu interview thnt is nnd thero iu front of tho residences long was not her child It was a secret sho creasing for some mouths I think if I enough to milk ono of tho cows Tho could not carry away with her Sho had had been well I should not have felt so obstinate hair eying Maxey rather manifestly so painful to her that I am cows nro well drilled and havo learned steadily tho while hourtily devoutly sincerely sorry that tho homo of ovory customer Tho sight often nnd often begged her husband to deeply tho lonesomeness of my situation You did not mention tho gentlo fato ever throw her into tho way of such in n unique ono nud it serves to illus- Â¬ tell her who I was but ho novcr would My head troublod mo greatly rind at mans name said the artist a worthless mortal ns myself nud that Ono night when I was not 2 years old times I suffered from an overwhelming His iiumc is Dye returned tho sly I earnestly hopo thnt her future may bo trate tho statement thut Atlanta is keep Mr Dyo had placed mo in her anus and feeling of despair and melancholy which ing pace Atlunta Constitution Belfry ns bright nnd unclouded ns her past wag in n hurried and agitated manner had I am suro was not natural to my dispoAt this tho lips of tho strnnger un dark and unfortunate told her that I was to bo their child sition Old People Despite tho theatrical ring of tho eo thenceforth and that wo three wcro to Then as to your sight Could you closed to givo slow and distinct utterOld people who require medicino to begin traveling about thd country tho not call up tho face of an absent person ance iu n dull somber voioe to tho cor pulchral voico thero was n tone of sincerity uud condor about tho last fow regulate the bowels and kidneys will find very next day Beforo that timo ho had most vividly beforo your mind and roboratiyo statemoiit Mr Loander Dyo sir words thut mado pn impression even tlio truo remedy in Electric Hitters been very good to her but somehow my shutting your eyos sometimes almost Dyo Dyo Rather an odd jiamo against his will upon tho wtist Tho nils medicine does coming estranged them Tho gulf that persuade yoursolf that that person was that B it 1 think I huvo heard it beforo tears cumo into Annettes eyes Timidly contains no whisky not stimuluto and begun then has been widening between standing beforo yon nor other intoxicant I think I have Como iu Mr Dyo como nnd tremblingly sho approached Mr them ever since IIo had loved her onco Auuctto suddenly becamo very pale but acts as a tonic and alterative It In I havo riveutly taken it upon myself Dyo and held out her small white hand Sho looked at tho physician agitated sho said and thero sho was breathing acts mildly on the stomach and bowels to becomo tho protector and guardian of Mr no father out her last breath in my anus whilo and amazed sho fultercd adding strength and giving tone to the pleaso do not think I was ungrateful ho was away with degraded men care Why why how could you know a certain young person to whom I shall You will forglvo mo for whut I said organs thereby aiding Nature in tho less what became- of her IIo had at last that sir she stammered Sho seemed take great pleasure in introducing you Maxey threw open tho door communi frightened her by declaring that if sho so excessively troubled and alarmed that about my parentage wheu I wa angry performance of tho functions Klectiic ever told anyliody I was not thoir child everybody uttered an exclamation of cating with tho roar room and stepped If you hnvo dono right it was cruol If Bitters is nn excellent nppetizor aud aids it would bring him to tho gallows Then surprise Iu u few moments howover in Tho uoxt instant tho young woman you havo not it is a matter for your digiistion Old people find it justexactly own soul I shall never forget that it what they need Price lity cunts per sho believed that tho secret must bo ter- Â¬ sho had partly recovered and then sho and tho man confronted each other Tho meeting affected them differently was your roof that sheltered mo when I bottle nt A It Fishers Drug store rible indeed and for years sho had not at onco went ou in a hurried manner much as if sho wero trying to get away Annette was so ovcrcomo that 6ho was had no other Beliovo me I did not run dared to question him again Tii irtt Icir Turn Wi obliged to cling to tho piano for support away from you I mot with a terriblo I was too weak sho said to mako from a dangerous toplo us fust as possi Mr Dyo oven under the shock of tho accident A bpudou correspondent says tho vil any rcsistunco then but wheu you grow ble first meeting did not start nor was Indeed I never forgot faces nor any Mr Dyo did not look nt her but ho Ingers of Mnidcu Bradley Bath nro to bo qnito a girl and I realized tho great anything ndded to tho natural pallor of unfolded his arms to tnko her hand excited over tho nppuarnuco thord of n responsibility upon mo to bring you up thing else that I saw that interested mo as I ought in tho sight of God and man Somotimes such n thing wonld haunt his countenance Ho merely tumod his which be held as lightly ns possible and person who claims to bo tho heir of tho head saw tho man who hud broufU him dropjed at tho first opiwrhuiity twelfth duko of Somerset and demands Max- Â¬ I often oil my knees begged and bo mo for days I supposo it wus my lone sought him to restore you to your par- Â¬ liness and isolation thnt mudo mo take thero sitting with his back ngaiust tho ey w h was watchiug him closely was the restitution of tho titlo and ostuto Tho olnlmmit describes himself as Lurd ents or at least tell mo who you wero so much interest iu whut I saw about door Ditst a faded glance over tho gen- startled to see in his faco a momentary fit Mnur who wns supposod to havo mo when I was young I studied over Ho only answered I do not know Oh uoirayiu oi sentiment ilicrg ya3 no boon dead for 80 years Ho wua acci but ho was good to mo oncol If ho comes them till they almost becamo a part of doubt alwut it Mr Dyos dim eyes wa dentally wounded by a bear whilo shoot bow before 1 dio and sees mo jicrhapa mo at least I fancied so Sometime tered and tho corners of his irloomv ing iu India and died soon after The the sight of me lying bo feeble hero for when anything had impressed itself mouth twitched The tone iu which ho claimant admits tho encounter with tho it ia tho samo face Annotto tho same strongly on my mind it would como at last replied was very different from boar but says ho escaped from his claws Into my sleep night after night nutil it face though changed that ho used to tho ono in wlileli to hud previously and got away with 8omo scratches really terrified mo with its vividness kiss so fondly in tho old days perhaps spokeu which ho will exhibit whou tho timo the right may touch his heart and ho And really Dr Lamar I should liko to If I said God bloss you it would bo comes His ubscudo is nccouutod for by will tell us if I ask him everything know if you consider this a part of my mummery Tho hlohsiug of a man Hkp the nsaortiou that ho was takou prisoner Bo Annette I must not djo yet I fool disoaso mo is a poor legacy but I should liko to by tho llufcsiuus uud kept for a consid Â¬ Sho put tho question anxiously as if may etrango Arrongo my pillows that I Bay something to show you that I nm erable period pit up I con hoar better then and tho it woro n most momentous one really sorry for tho part 1 huvo played in Oh no not at all not at nil said first sound of his footsteps ou tho stairs your Ufa You nlways wero u good girl will drag mo buck from tho very arms tho physician quickly believing that ho and did your best to pleiuso mo I am had alarmed her though the fact seemed of death not your father I could not feel toward very strange- nnd iuoxplicablo to him It was night nnd everything in tho you ns a father ought perhaps but I was I think perhaps Miss Dye wo havo house was itilL I cried so I could hard not inseiiBiblo of your virtues I uovor Miucy threw oiicn the door ly sea I lifted her up as sho wished talked sufficiently on such topics for one wus mere and thcro she died with her bead day Bomo timo wheu you nxo stronger oral situation including tho resolute I hoard plousod iu mytolifo thnn whou Ho seonied think himself turned listening for tho stop on tlja WO will discuss them moro f nlly Forgot artist standing liofpro him folded his iu danger of Mian Delia Rtnvrnu of Vtsiatin committing himsolf bore ho found us both this past that troubles you You aro in arms across his breast iu a manner that stair When ha came wrlu a I have always suflrred fromiS safo hands hero and I con assure you would havo been dignified but for tho for he hositutod and Anally substituted aereuiiary ocroiuiu lor which I tried unconscious ou tho bed Alas inlno was you Just now told mo that von various remedies and many reliable1 an nnconsclortsiices tint know on awak that your old lifo is a closed volumo if inconvenient necessity of retaining his had when HHicwii ihh posa rwieTau me Alter escaped a torrlblo accident Goodby aUlturObMtloaot ening I I almost hated hint for awaking you will only agree to mako it so My hold on tho forlorn hat and mado tho Auuotto aw now weH I we Oh how llko n horrid dream it earnest advice to you is to keep your remark as if ho wero announcing tho m Trr Bruteful Annotto wont out sobbing When tho en Ul mil wm only a toyr weeks mind free from it Tho present und tho most casual thing iu tho world this that fiooma door had closed behind her Maxoy mou Yon havo set u rap for mo tht It MTed me future are Biucn moro to the point goi from a lite ef untold Maxey was somewhat astonished at tally braced himself for a desijcrato con But what can I do sighod An take ctaw to speaTlur oely wefi There ware ra laager tears in be eye ofpralaefor the wonderful tnedtelae lis coolness though ho thought bis at Â¬ test Unfortunately for him at tho very These dark orbs tmrued with a light mlt passing from her former agitation and la recommending H to alL outset of the battle he felt a distrust of that the physician did sot like to coo in to an expression of mtslniw wirt dis titude a Jitflo tlicijtrlcaL Howover it himself and a dread of the superior tress I do not I cannot tw happy might iay been fpr Mr pye pie meet Â¬ TrMtjta on Blood then frtrcntrth of bis adversary anaBiln imimmi Let w forftt all tklr my dear young bera I know it is wrong but I cannot ing WO PtrUilily a very painful OOP for CONTINUED TO R My 1m mll What hppBl after help teeming to myself a burden ou my Die poor girl who bad been taught in friends If I ooald only earn mr owu her curly years to call him father Her VauIBT cnnniritH cnuniMu thai Headaches bllllousneM and liver muviiiv wmrqilill bosom rose ami fell She becamo so treubh are promptly cured by the use AJsar that was tho DHle faaaval at UWngl y MTtANTAT J V tJ A You shall hjr only m two We Mt U the cried Maxey with an white that Maxey began to regrst bar of Avars Cathartic Illla Ponotlv ufa isafll f lag subJotedhec q tbft shook Iu bis tor young or oW You yourself have al usoifed look Syria tfttiUMKr Â¬ Â¬ ISMSfwilallilif rrtN Â¬ ready Indlpntnd tho path ouhnvon talent for drawing nnd nn admiration for nrt I will liecomo your teacher and you shnll ln an artist Ami mako your fortnno nt onco Artists nlways do added Miss Maxoy with n sly look at her brother But I am not suro that I can 1 spoko too much of myself perhaps I may not have nuy talent nt all stammered Annette But tho delight and hopo in her faco as sho glanced nt Mnxoys sketch betrayed her real feelings plainly You will not refuse tho artist Was my cniiilltloii say Mr Win Westlicrfnrit tax collator qt Key Vet Klurlita Mr lpt Much Run Down J0KCvPN THG P ii Qj WiiKit y nry lt KlllV tVIm la I ir it Cirlnlii Mory Tho iKistmnsti r in neial is iruto IIo wants to know u I o wrote If About ono week ngo n correipoiiilent for n western paper sent nut a story to thu effect that Ilr ili iiMwgriTviJtMpwifwtyiry iygggyWw DavlesjS County Pair Co mnwig Incvrprateil stv ftA oWe3tsbqeso October 2 3 4 5 6 94 OFFICERS DIRECTORS U V Miller K I Tnylor W II llodgera V M Itlquii T Annual Meeting at tho Grounds nt et V llT f Bit 0 H TODO Prcs IJASJ8WKKNKY V fi Â¬ Â¬ W Slaughter J W MeOiillnch J Q Hnvnes D It Tyler llU WATKlNSTreiis V UAUIIII NT i 1 Â¬ Â¬ Moods parllla Cures Very Liberal Premiums To compete for in vnrious depnrtinenfs The live stock will be nn nm to present at nil times dining tho fair nn opportunity to view the slock nnd nn ex hlbltlon is positively assured that eiinnot be excelled in tho statu Plenty of w liter iu nil deportments Â¬ The Speed Department Will bo ns nnlmntliig nnd cnjoynblo us any pnrt of the fair Under proper restrictions speed contests are acknowledged as a legitimate acceasory to fairs the prizes offered being a mutter of importance to the fanning class as it stimulates the breeding of better stock Tho rnces will bo under I I uiu miiiurvisiuu oi iionesr competent Jtuigis who will enforce discipline close and fair contests and award the prizes only to thoso who honestly win a Â¬ Â¬ exact Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Floral Hall Ample premiums are offered and all who i Bev terest in this department aro invited to do so nndan exhibit anything of in Â¬ thus aid in making thu exhlition fully representative nnd a manifold exposition of all tho prodiicls of fnrui garden nnd household industry the enrths generous bounty to tillers of her soil Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Trials of Speed TUESDAY 1 OCTODKIl 2 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 2 l Trot 230 clait Pncer 24U elau ltunnlng Mile dish WKDNKSDAY OCT i FIKST DAY i SKCOND DAY 300 00 tOQllO 30U II Â¬ i- JAaw rji UlM Â¬ fc wl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Trul 300 elms Ince 225 class Running Three quarter mile daib j THURSDAY OCT 7 Trot 235 clan ft Trnl - t1 -9 Running One and aquarter mile dash FRIDAY OCT 10 Paco Fre for all 11 Trol 230 class ii10 U uMUMig M Tl iuics ipirwr who- neaif SATURDAY OCT Ill laco Consolation II Trot Consolation 15 Running llalf mllo lieats 1 5 f259 00 300 00 11 200 00 4 THIRD DAY 300 00 lio -F- on jOU nu OURTH DAY 300 00 300 00 jgy 6 qq FIFTH DAY 100 00 100 00 loo oe Â¬ September nai nave not won flrnt monoy during this fair are cllglhls 10 r cent entrance fee charge on nil race except Saturday races when nu enirnn r will be charged Two horses to itart Kntrlej for racej poiltlvely close on Wulncidoy H I J -- l c 26 1891 -- Â¬ ij Â¬ Premium list trced progr immo entry blanki and all ether Incirwation will bo furnljhel on application to the secretary at Owcntboro Ky Mr L D BAKU is esseo of nil privileges J W CARTER Secretary Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fW z w A Stf I Â¬ 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m fcfS ST 7 IW I I s vy v - gy fV V X r - j Mrs E J Miller has relumed from a David Moorman went to Hnrdinsburg visit in Ind Mondny CLOVlSHlOItT KY Suleurs Henry Shncklctt is in fxiulsvillo at Our Sunday school should shnku it illce with David R Murray ono door above tending Medical college Illnnki ts for tho cold winter nights self and gel waked up offlce loit Sulurs Mr Allen Bush Is building a barn for Milt Matheny moved last week in n Tho Clovcrnnrt Hotel Is being ropnlr Mr Bush Thornsberry larger Iioiiho and Is now In town proper Breckenridge News ed and painted Mr W B Dugan ntUnded tho Goshen Mrs S M Denne nnd Mrs Kngles of WEDNESDAY SlJlTEMUEU 10 1894 Fresh crackers nnd cakes just received nsRoclntlon at Walnut Grove last week Onenshoro nre visiting Mrs Ell Denne at tho City Unkcry Mr W G Smith was called to tho bed Vic Robertson mndo a flying trip to Notice to Subscribers Fred May Jr is conllued to his bed side of his sick mother last week Sulpher Spring Saturday returning Sun The date on the label Indicates the time to with limlarinl fover Gus Hay ncs and sister Miss Alnttle day Ills tervei which your subscription U paid n eiplration notice every both at a receipt fair last Now corn Is selling at 10 cents per attended tho KHzahcthtown John Denne came homo to day after Examine the date printed after your Week week IKimonn thu margin of this paper and ice If It Is bushel from wagons having spent Saturday and Sunday in correct If not correct please to let us know If Mr J K Wiles visited hlsmothcrand Louisville Lcavo your order for Chas Tinius your lime has expired please renew at once attended the Soldiers Reunion nt Hawes grapes at tho City Bakery Godman Deane of Muhlenburgh county is hero visiting his father Mr Special features in wash goods In our vllle Sept 8th PERSONAL Mrs W KMiller and son K J Mil- Â¬ Johnson Deane dress department bulzcrs RoutWHt ll quite lick with remittent fever IMiss Joslo llnitt hasopeocd her school ler vfsitcil her son Ed Miller nt Orell Miss Lizzlo Skillmnn of Clovcrporti Jefferson county last week John McCnrty of Louisville spent Sunday in ner iioiiiu wiiii a lair iiuununnce MissAddlo Ditto of Brandenburg are here Mrs Day who has been visiting her visiting Miss Amanda Deane this week Tho Acme brick plant has closed down Mrs 0 E Llghtfoot went to Louisville yes Â¬ son Hnrvcy Day has returned to her A lato train Saturday caused tho Axtel Tor a fow days on account of water terday Ohio and McDanlels mall to leavo hero with Just keep on coming we aro all tho homo nt Mount Orcb U V Duncan went to Louisville Sat Â¬ Mm Rev Will Hyncs nnd wife of Cold nothing but disappointment for tho peo- Â¬ tlmo receiving new goods Sulzers urday Spring attended tho Argabright Cow- Â¬ ple nt thoso plnces was In the city Will Taylor Owentboro Our Ico cream Is still as good as it over ley ueetlng at Paynesvlllo Saturday Sunday At tho sale of the personal property of was and just as cheap Iliedcl Co night Mr Sam Dlx of Stephensport was in town lato John B Hunter Friday everything Old carpets nre eyo sores get a new Mondny Mrs Bcttlo Holcroft of Big Bend af- Â¬ went readily and at n good figure with Frank Arbra FAtosvlllo went to Loulavjlle ono for tho dull winter days Sulzers ter spending a couple of weeks in this only ono or two exceptions Tho horses Wo want to tlo tho town by tho neck and Oak Monday Grove vicinity returned homo went cheap como in and sec our lino of tits Su- Â¬ the lMth lust Jesse H Miller of Sample was In the city Ylc Robertson stood behind tho count- Monday lzers Tho min who has been plying his oars eptfaid pleasant things nnd sold one J D Iopham Custer went to Louisville v Tho Louisville hog market was dull between Mauckport and Haynes Land fnnnH shnro of goods while W C Moor Monday anu lower yesterday iiesi pacKers- o ing to the tune of freo ferriage has taken man our merchant took In tho Eliza I II Haynos Lewliport was In the city 82J down his sign bethtowu fair last week last week Eugeno Kingsburry is building a Btock 0 P Babbage and Leon McQavock were In Sammy Williams Salem received a The colored school children are having barn for John and James Couty down letter from his brother Robert a fow holiday this week while their teacher town Monday H 0 Knapp of Irvlngton pasted up on near Sklllman days ago Ho writes from Clarksville Clarence Roberts is attending the com Â¬ tho train Sunday Our grocery department tho prido of Tennessee whore be is employed in a bined Brcckenridgo nnd Mcndo Institute tho house chuck full of good things to dairy nt three dollars p r week After in session nt Hnrdinsburg until Friday Mr and Mrs 0 Amct returned from Eliia bethtown Saturday eat Sulzers his present month is out ho accepts a A party of young folks spent Saturday Mr and Mrs 0 L Chamberlain left Satur Â¬ If you aro needing a now carpet or position in a store at five dollars per at Sand Knob three miles distant day for Cleveland 0 lace curtains como to us we havo lots of week From childhood wo have heard of this Judge W 1 Holt and wife Holt went to them It will bo remembered that Robert celebrnted place nnd ero long tho dream Sulzers Washington City Monday Dr Jas T Owen was called to Dean started on the road to fame nnd fortune of a lifetime promises to be realized As Dr J B Fry ml re Union Star went to field Ohio county Monday to see a case Inst spring by suddenly as tho old darky the chestnuts ripen a wholo crowd of us vacating his absenco without youngsters aro going to mako a days ex- Â¬ said Nashville Tenn Monday of typhoid fover Mr Ben Miller and wife Hardlnsburg wcro Diinpnn la In Tyinlnvllltt tho parting tribute of a sigh or n hasty cursion nut gathering sight seoing and IT V Mm good bye Not n word was heard from enjoying ourselves at this same favorite In town last week shopping catching on to tho latest vthis weok him until his brother received the letter spot Miss Ella Witt after several weeks stay nt fall styles in Millinery mentioned above the contonts of which Ulendale returned home Saturday Ernest Robertson went up to Hardlns- Â¬ The Greciau Princess a Schottlscho was to his parents as food to tho hungry Mr K J Vicks formerly an operator at burg Sunday to hear from tho primnry by Authur M Cohen for sale at Bab as a bright light suddenly shining up in the Seventh the shops was in this city yesterday but his eyes twink bagos only ten cents through the Impenetrable gloom of Mrs W II Hate of Chicago Is visiting Mr led anu lie had a sort of A good time now to lay in your fall despair It seoms from his letter that and Mrs Bato Washington Irvlngton look upon his face as we be- supply of childrens shoes inako your while in thlity miles of home ho saw rnnn tr ritincii inn liitn Tlioi n nrn onmn Kev S a Shelly will preach at Holt next AS1V1 f 11IU OUIUU IIUII tUU lJ 1IUVUVIUU selections now Sulzers tho advertisement his uncle put out con- Â¬ maids up there Sunday morning and hero In the ovenlng Gallant as eer wns cerning him and fearing to ninko known Itov It M Phillips will hold meet Â¬ knight is hnndsome Ernest Dont you Miss Edith Bush of Hawesvllle was the ings Sept 20 and 21 p ni at Sample his whereabouts until ho had put n safer think you could make a good guess at guest of Mr ana Mrs Geo Boyd last week distnnco between himself and homo ho the Everyone invited to attend real cause of tho visit E A Asklns and wife of Hunt county Â¬ Mr Isnel Holder is having his butcher refrained from writing until ho had gotTexas aro visiting relatives near Irvlngton And now that tho Ashland district shop at tho east ond of bridge renovated ten a position where he could remain primnry is over what will fill tho grent D Dowel Samplo was on the train Mr 11 nr Ki- - x At vr n t iuuuur Will UllllllJ DilUlU nn without any fears of molestation Ann io yei4rday returning from a trip to Missouri ui Louisville dailies nnd what will our Uncle Jim Bryant went to tho ordina- Â¬ loafers find May its like to talk nbout E Woods Louisville was here last his law office Vitobt tion meeting at Cold Spring prepared for Uandsomo as ever on legal business John F Handy has sold ills farm of never occur agnin For months pnst tho LOO acres near Big Spring to Carrol any change In our capricious season papers welcomed into our homes havo Che young gentlemen gave a dance Tuesday Clayconib for 1000 Mr Handy will He first made his debut robed in tho too frequently contained direct state Â¬ night at the Tar Springs In honor of visitors garb of winter but seeing so many ladies ments or indirect allusions that mako Squire Geo Nottingham Hudson was a move out West arrayed in white he came to the con- Â¬ passenger on the train Monday for Louisville Tho stone masons havo commenced clusion that ho had struck a warm spot tho family no bettor ns perhnps each work on the cellar of Mrs Munfords new in tho region of Cold Spring and thought member has read tho latest news from Mr 0 T Sklllman went to Hawesvllle Such things Monday from there he goes to visit the Misses houso in Irvlngton The contract for perhaps the people there would think tho memornblo contest ought not to be but with a corrupt man ltobb the houso has not been let he was trying to force tho season so he or corrupt men before the people what Miss Jennie Worthlngton of Columbus Where are you olng my pretty maid J1 decided to shed his overcoat displaying else may bo expected Lack of sup- Â¬ Mie said Im going a shopping kind sir Mies is tho guest of Mr and Mrs 0 W a black lustre coat and white vest Rut port will relegate And who gets alt of your valuable trade r fcWt them to tho rear where nature seemed to be trying to fool some- Â¬ The advertisers sir she said1 they belong Heres to purity of men Mr Lum Fisher of Hancock county spent The ladles of tho Baptist church this body that morning bo ho went back to ballot and press Sunday in this city the guest of the Misses city sent a valuable box of nice things his buggy and donned his overcoat again Sawyer It does us good to read in last weeks for the dear little ones at tho Baptist Or- Â¬ and buttoning It from top to bottom Mrs J A Claycomb Melissa Texas came started out in pursuit of a fire Which News that the teachers of Grayson ln last week to see her father Mr Martin Me- - phans Homo Louisville last Monday after finding he proceeded to warm him Â¬ county had presented their retiring Sauiro Hnmbleton has had a force of aicthlan Shrewsberry a gold self thoroughly but never showed his Superintendent Mist Nellie Ford Owensboro Miss Brook mdn at work on the Iron bridge all the white vest any more that day Every badge as a token of tho esteem they have Stephens Holt are tho guests of the Misses week painting tightening up and giv Mart as he is always called thing down thore was whitewashed even for him ing it a general overhauling It is paint- Â¬ Bowmer down to road wagons Tho bracing at- Â¬ is an old friend of ours and every new ed black Mr and Mrs 0 W Constance Louisville mosphere nnd the snowy looking aspect success ho scores is as gladly noted as are the guests of Dr and Mrs J II Frank Rev Adams preached at tho Presby Â¬ contrasted strangely with the emerald though it was our own As a boy he BowJoyvllle terian church Sunday Bro Shelly at lino of the woods in tho back ground was industrious and faithful in all his Miss Nellie Ford one of Owensboros fairest tho Methodist and Bro Itutledge at the work While he would work his papas The Pnynesville meeting closed last belles la the guest of Miss Brook Stephens Baptist Regular services wore also held wo Sunday tho Oth Inst with ono addition oxen or plow tho old blnck mare Holts Bottom at the Catholic church by tho pastor Fa Â¬ have often followed our own faithful Frank Raysinger son of tho lato Miss Nellie Simons will leave to day to take ther Xeihouso John Baysinger who resided near Pny- Â¬ mule on our side tho division fenco and of her school near Stephensport which charge how earnestly wp would want to stop J J Severs came down froiri Louis- Â¬ nesville will begin Monday ville Saturday night to spend a few days Prof P B Hays has opened his For- Â¬ and loaf away the hours but Mart Messrs John P Uatwell Hardlnsburg and with his family at Union Stir Ho Is in est Home school and as usual has a good would nover loaf When fall came and XiK Haawell Cirelevllle 0 were in the tho revenue service at Louisville nnd attendance The Prof has pcen a prime tho district school opened he was there city last Wednosday doing good work factor in the education of our lads and prompt and progressive always leading Mrs A A Norris of Louisville arrived T 0 Craig tho hickory timber man lasses he having turned out moro than his classes and commanding tho respect yesterday to visit Mr and Mrs S B Oglesby hKpaying out stacks of money for timber score of teachers from our vicinity In of all his mates and other relatives fiere and at othor points on the Texas Tho Hon John W Lewis spoke to a the last fow yenrs Mrs M Allen and her son J B Allen He says there is plenty of timber yet in I got a glimpse of Nancy Hanks Satur- Â¬ crowded houso of voters here last Thurs Â¬ Elltabethtown arrived last evening They tho country unsold day night when she came In church and day both Democrats and Republicans are the guests of her son W 0 Allen Thos Hall living near West View lost thinks I to myself when services cloeo Ill giving him a careful respectful hearing Mr aud Mrs A B Sklllman and Mrs Anna step up to Nnncy extending my hand He is rather an easy catchy humorous Nevioin spent Sunday in Hawesvllle the his barn last Monday morning by fire lie was not violent in Then shrewd speaker It was comparatively a now barn and a saying Nancy how you was gdosts of Mr and Mrs Frank Lander good ono Three horses a buggy and shell say Youre well Sirocco howm his attacks Yet ho blamed tho Demo Â¬ During the storm last Wednesday night Ill answer O Im skinning Is cratic administration for every evil real Mrs Holt Batts house was slightly damaged cart all of his feed his gearing and farm Â¬ I that Oliver Shell say Yes Oliver or Imaginary our country has known for ing utensils wore burned with it Ills by lightning one corner being torn out this Is Sirocco Then Ill say Oliver the past few years He praises the good Miss Floreta Boehr of Hawesvllle arrived loss is about 800 No insuranco happy to meet you how does your cop qualities of our noble countyman and yesterday evening and will be the guest of While some of the boyB wero out bi- Â¬ Hell say he cant speak to highly of him Hon Mr and Mr 0 A Boyd for a few days cycle riding Monday night Jlmmlo erosity seem to sagaclate 7 Certainly But bless the Father when D R Murray and seeks to find some dis Â¬ MJslcs Addle 0 Ditto and Elisabeth Skill Witt and Charles Berry met with a col- Â¬ gruntled Democrats down here who will ttCn loft Monday to spend a week at Olen lision The Iatters leg was lacerated meeting broke and I began looking around for Nancy and Oliver they had do tho baby act nnd refuse to support deane the guest of Miss Amanda Dean above the knee He will be confined to vamosod and all that soliloquizing wont Montgomery Such efforts are vain ho Messrs Edgar Graham the house for a few days Charles Stephens cant find them they are not in tho to naught Louisville and Stewart Stirling Owensboro Ground Hog Bill Beard who lives Miss Mattio Shncklett is visiting county For two hours he entertained spent Sunday in Holttbe guests of Miss Brook near ISewleyvillo commenced watching friends in Louisville and contemplates the crowd told of his being our next Stephens for ground hogs in July and up to this visiting her aunt Mrs Barnett Evans Congressman promised cheap sugar a Tercy Hopper Fre4 Fralse date he has killed fifty two falter Smart He takes good price for wool and a revival of high jrad 0 W Moorman Jr spent Sunday after Â¬ most of them homo and eats them He ville boforo sho returns home noon In Holt with Misses Nelllo Ford and Mrs James Hamilton and daughter prices for yearling mules He also told creeps around from hole to hole and tho people ho would not meet Montgom- Â¬ Brook Stephens when a hog pokes his head up pop ho Miss Bettle Mrs K B Atwlll and Mrs ery on the stump Ho is right here Marsh Mercer over In the Forks is fixing takes him 0 E Hollcraft at Big Bond visited Mrs Alex would so spike this little Republi Â¬ up to entertain his friends handsomely when Althea Morgan at Sirocco tho 11 Inst can guu that it wouldnt firo again dur- Â¬ they eome that way He Is building a two Miesea Mary Hamilton Brandenburg Colt Shows ing tho campaign We like tho man story frame dwelling Last Tuesday the colts by M D Pum Girtlo Phillips Pleasant Grovo Sallie believe him sincero know his party will Mr and Mrs J II Nelson and children phreys fine stallion Richmond were Bell Osborn Andyvillo Nellie and vote for him nnd all that but cant un- Â¬ and Mr J 0 Nelson of drandview Ind Franklo Conway Fruit Rldgo Nancy Mr 0 N Masierson of Lewtsport are spend shown at McDanlels competing for a Hanks and Oliver Preston attended the derstand how he got tho delusion that premium of 10 offered for the best colt going to Congress Ing his week at the Tar Springs meeting at Pnynesville Saturday night hes Â¬ Ilev W B Ilutledge wife and baby left for all purposes There was a fine dis play and a full ring The judges decided The Cloverport High School Monday to bo absent several weeks Mrs Death of An Old Citizen Rutledge goes to Mt Washington to visit her that there wero two colts that came so Tho Cloverport High School openod Mr Thomna Dean a well known far- Â¬ last weok with an attendance of 220 on mother while Mr Itutledge goes to Tennes Â¬ near filling tho bill in all particulars see that they would divide the premium mer and former citizen of this place died the first day giving it to Zach Ganuaway and Fred suddenly last Wednesday at his home Deputy Sheriff Tbos L Wroe and wire Tho attendance has been Increasing near this place of heart diseaso Mr each day Thoro are asufflclent number spent Saturday and Sunday with his brother- - Fralzo Dean was a soldier in tho Mexican war of children of school age in this city to He In law Mr II 0 Cooper Koek Vale at laviNafoN reports a good rain in that seotion and excel- Saturday was Geo Lyddans day at Ir- Â¬ a zealous member of tho Baptist church make the attendance three hundred lent crops vlngton Here was another fine display and a good citizen Ho leaves a wifo We hope to see it and four children the latter all grown N T Mereer MoDahtels has bad quit a of colts sired by Haywood Every child of school ago should bo serious tlmo with typhoid fever ta hit family Kllsha Warnica Ekron took the first He was in his sixty ninth year In school Eight members premium of 12 for the best general util- Â¬ during the past four months The parent who refuses to educate of his household have been down with It Ave of Gene Beauchamp Clifton ity colt The way to cure a cough is to stop the his child robs the state of a good citizen whew were slek at one time Ills little girl Milk came in for the next a 10 prem Â¬ coughing Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey and bequeaths to it a nuisance Asm 7 yean old died with It ium for the finest oolt and Jeese L cuts loose the mucous heals the lungs Much has been done in grading and 1 you are a judge of quality you will Parka from the same place captured an and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip classifying the school 6 premium for the beet saddle colt cough in one night wy ur oaadlw are the beet and purest A course of study settlBg ferth clearly Co Degas Bros were awarded a 10 prem Â¬ Haynes Clover all phases of the school werk will be For sale by Short h town q Iteldel ium for the beet mule oolt and Morttoa port J Dr It H McMullea McDanlels published la convenient fom this year Dtpui Sifoeeo 18 for tlw jmooo4 beat M Meyer A Co7 Burw Geo Ileyser Parents and penoM latemotud la edu Â¬ town rrm awwofk w snusefcaH AM test Broyvas Iron Bittern itmle eot Oonefasatine A Taylor BoseUa Drury cation should visit tlw sestoal as offcm as r The premiums were all putt la cash BmmU A Co BewJeyvilW Ky convenient Gus Brown LOCAL BREVITIES For milk toast go to thu City llakuiy boo our lino of working mens shirts AT LAW All Ltye to Winter Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 morning Rev Tuber preached here Saturday and Sunday Mr Alpha Root Is ntlll paying his respects to tho widow Miss Mnttle Milner has returned to school nt Hopklnsvillc Fred Severs of Mereer county is visiting Hubert Bruner Miss Lizzie Rlcketts Is visiting her sis- Â¬ ter Miss Beck Rlcketts Mrs David Ater died Inst week Sho was In her eightieth yenr Mr Cnrlt Richardson returned homo Saturday with a fine horso Mrs Alex Stow art who hnd been tick but n fow days died last week Mr James Watlington and Miss Re- Â¬ becca Wilson will be married tho 31st day of noxt month Miss Edna Davis nnd Mr nnd Mrs Lanco and family attended church here SaturJny nnd Sundny Mrs Annie Hanks Miss Kiln Moscly Mrs Hnrtford Rev Wlnfroy nnd wife of Stephensport wero hero Sunday Every person big little old or young black or white rich or poor who hns ever used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pro nounco It the best cough and lung rem Â¬ edy on earth Its true too so wo guar nntce For salo by Short ifc Haynes Clover- Â¬ port Dr It H McMullen McDanlels M Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser Constnntine A Tnylor Rosettn Drury Bennett A Co Bewleyvllle Ky There are quite a good many things to do to prepare for A COZY HOME TIME That Carpet you promised your Daughter and those Cur- Â¬ tains for the dining room IT DOESFT COST MUCH To get them now Then the sitting room needs a little fixing up because things will wear out no matter how careful mother is To Make Home Attractive Â¬ Â¬ - Is a duty we all owe one anTrifles in the house other add to the comforts of life By Purchasing Necessaries Now you can save money and secure your choice of furnish ings Teachers Association Tho Cloverport Magisterial District Association will meet at Hites Run on the third Saturday in October lJOinAM Song My Country tis of Thee M lraycr ltobcrts rf fFrWr ivJS5aaSo v- gfrn - -- Itoll Call Itesponse 1atrlotic Quotations Address ol Welcome Mr Hojalty What should he the work of Magisterial Mr Driskcll District Associations Mr Iatc Greatest need or District Schools Methods of holding school examinations Mr illllland How to teach Morals in school paper Mr ltobcrts SOON Singing Any familiar selection Object ol the Teachers Heading Circle Mr Taut Mr Logan Literature In the School Method Applied In Teaching History Mr Itoyalty Arc the Text Hooks up to the Standard Mr Tucker Mr Clcmons Declamation Miscellaneous business Adjournment WE We are the people for FERTILIZER J II B Logan Vice President With the same old Brands that have stood the test for years and have given Public Speaking The Democratic candidates of Breck- Â¬ inridge county will speak nt tho follow- Â¬ ing times nnd plnces viz Stephonsport Tuesday Octobor2 1894 Mooloyvllle Wednesday October 3 Union Star Thursday October 4 AVebster Friday October 5 Irvlngton Saturday October G Hardlnsburg Monday October 8 Garfield Tuesday Octobor 23 Bowleyvillo Wednesday October 24 Big Spring Thursday October 25 Hudsonville Friday October 20 Custer Saturday October 27 Westviow Tuesday October 30 McDanlels Wednesday October 31 Rock Vale Thursday November 1 Mattingly Friday November 2 Cloverport Saturday Novombor 3 Tho Republicans and Third party can- Â¬ didates for county olllces are respectfully invited to attond and participate in tho debates J E Monarch 0 D 0 C the best results through this section of any other goods on the market Dont forget the place when you get ready to buy Very Respectfully B P Beard Co KY Republicans Accept HiiRDiNsnuno Ky Sept 14 1894 At tho meeting of the Republican Coun- Â¬ ty Commlttoo Monday September 10th they decided to accept the invitation ox tended to them by tho Democrats to meet them in joint dobato at tlmo and plnces stated by the democrats Frank Hasweli FOR SALE CRC 0 One hundred and three acres of land lying within one half mllo of Hardlnsburg on the Cloverport and Hardlnsburg turnpike and the same land on which the old fair grounds stood Sixty acres of this place Is suitable for culti Â¬ vation and about thirty acres in timber The is under good fence and well watered It fdaeedesirable location for a good farm lias a good building site and is always convenient Apply to to market Terms reasonable HARDINSJIURG J T KINQaTON Hardlnsburg We Have Secured THE STORE Dry Goods tmmmmmmmtt To buy goods reasonable is the Notions store for you to go to We only Furniture advertise what we mean nnil no Carpets Try us and then be your own Judge We are selling all our Mattings Summer Goods at cost for we Oil Cloths tlo not want to carry goods over from one season to another Shoes Visit out store and purchase Groceries some of the great bargains Old Reliable Store Hardware Glassware Neff Kagin Chinaware GDSTON KY This Space To Tell YOU Something about our stock of drugs and medicines Did it over strike you that you know very little about the medicines you take Thats our business to en Â¬ lighten you Tinware Faelie Sale KY iUIIUUUUUUUUlU For Sale Drug it tow in IrvlnutoH doing a good businptB A cImumv to uiakt money rvon for sell I ok wwt to change my uwluwun OImm StltK School books m4 school supplies Bab bages KINCEOE HARDIHSIURG Use BOARD On Satvrdsr Olobr 6h I will Mil on my Gustos ta Uo blgkvst bl4Jr my stir miiUs smd als farwlnif liaptvuMnts and hot Misting 9t t WMr mower ruin Blows Mrs M W MUlSrvRO s4 infer 14th m DRUGGISTS tarn The Goshen association meets with Goshen church next year A Vtl jusasaatwaassssssawaaasa h rvZzt t C r8itfc1f i W TlSIlll1wW t f uvxjgiv v aw- v1 v vw TJ lj mil S ij ay i J5tijiijjii J mm ifnwuu Ftf T rWD J 1 WJ si leWF jiimV I pniii a inn mum i Minni iititirr niimii wnsarj LaririrNnsTinaaTiiiiii bkSkaaar r 3Hil6ka3HIDGR N1W8 OtibVRtlPOH iiJ hmmii in evui intwinimrji mimwii mm nswj i ula1 mhiiii iiti 1 CV i jiu inifrvtiiMluwiiai ininni mfcBBi Willi Hi MIjitfH8llgWWHMWPlWWCTyttW Highest of alf in Lcavcninp iWcr Latest U S fiqyt Kcrott RoYal Baking Powder ABSOULTTELY PURE the conduct of its business even after Breckenridge News such conditions as have so long prevail- Â¬ fixed charges and a very WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1894 ed earning its considerable surplus Taken for all in nil tho business proe Autumn Scenes pecUof tho South are at tho present Our hearts ary filled with RtaitnrrS moment brighter than those of any Then bright Seitemlier dayi When the brookii are clear and chilly other part of the country it depends And the hlllt are lost In liasc upon the people of the South themselves The plump ripe watermelon if these conditions are to continue Clinir to the dying vines What they need is unintennitted indus- Â¬ And round the stalks of rlpnlnK corn try and a sound respect for law If thoy The inornliiKilory twines have tho good sense to abjure populism The autumn windi In whUprlng tones and socialism and anarchism and see to SIh In the s aylnR plnc it that the rights of property arc observed Or lose their strength ailown the vale In Kr lul llcil vines in behalf of great and small rich and poor they can bo as prosperous as they The narrow stream In muffled tones Plows through fair sunny meads please There is no appreciable limit to Away oer heaps of shining stones their reeources and with industry and Oer rough and rocky beds honesty going hand in hand there le glc to mc September should be no limit to their development In hate When the hills are lost Let them study tho lesson that Texas When jou seem to pass unconciousl has learned at such grievous expense Through dreamy autumy days J It Zimmerman Shepherds lllc Ky and painful retardation Her Reagans and her Hoggs whom she is now st last That Tired Feeling repudiating have cost her untold mil- Â¬ Is a ilniiKurous condition directly due lions of dollars and have put back iter It should natural and reasonable development by to depleted or impure blood not be allowed to continue as in its at least as much as fifteen years N Y debility the system is especially liable to Sun serious attacks of illness Hoods fcarsa pnrilla is the remedy for such n condi If you have sick or nervous headache Hon and also for that weakneM which take Ayers Cathartic Pills They will prevails at thechaiiKO of season climate cleanse tho stomach restore healthy or life action to the digestive organs remove de Â¬ vegetable cllete matter the presence of which Hooks 1iujj are purely presses the nerves and brain and thus carelully prepared from the best ingred Â¬ give speedy relief ients -- 5c A Hero of Other Cays PROSPERITY IN THE SOUTH Wo Wo are of a forgetful generation cannot keep in our memory the name of one in a hundred or even one in a It is Brighter Than Any Other Sect- thousand of the marked characters of our age ion of The Conn The two foregoing sentences have been try written within view of a Texas paper which tells of the transfer to a now owner of the saddle which over fifty years NO LIMIT TO ITS RESOURCES ago belonged to tho once famous War- Â¬ rior Santa Anna and which was captur From all parts of tho South comes ex Â¬ ed by his proud young American foe cellent reports of material progress The man after ho had unhorsed him iu Southern corn crop is greater than ever battle As we read about tho lion headed sad before the cotton crop is large and of line quality In Texas tho latter is the dle in the Texas paper we had this How many of the boys of to irgest that the State has raised and the thought prospect of the market is assured Wbilo day could tell us all about Santa Aunai cotton is now cheap It will not do to that fierce Mexican revolutionist dic- Â¬ generalissimo castle stormer overlook the fact tltat six cents a pound tator for cotton nowadays is a very dillerent serene highness conspirator abdictor thing from what it was a few years ago and exile of whoso hoity toity career our People geneially have not yet learned to graudsires used to tell stories in the take into consideration the fact that tho years of tho war for the liberation of How many of the boys can toll modern bye products of cotton are worth Texas nearly two cent a pound more bo that us about his feats of arms against the the farmers six cents is really tquivalent Emperor Iturbide and afterwaid against tho Spanish invaders and subsequently to eight cents The com crop is bo largo that the against Ruatameute and Guerrero and South will this year have a surplus in next against Col David Crockett and stead of being compelled to import corn Col Bowie of the knife and Col Travis for her own consumption The outlook and finally against Gen Taylor and Gen for her manufacturing industries and Winfield Scett and onward till the time How her cotton mills in particular is better of the second Mexican empire than ever before in her history and in many can tell even nbout his wooden every subftantial and material element leg not to 8 peak of his ups and downs of business the general condition of tho Santa Anna was one of the extraordiSouth is most encouraging and satis- Â¬ nary men of the century about whom factory Americans had occasion to know a lot In respect of Southern railroad inter Â¬ during the twenty years after 1 8117 but ests the re organization of the Richmond wo guess that the Americans of this gen- Â¬ Terminal system and the merging of the eration have pretty nearly forgotten him thirty or forty railroads composing it The boys ought to ask their grandfathers into tho now Southern Railway Com- Â¬ about him if their grandfathers were born in the United States pany is nothing Bhort of revolutionary As for his war saddle which has just As affecting Southern business affairs of all kinds its significance cannot bo over- Â¬ been transferred to a new owner it is estimated It means the substitution in heavily mounted in gold it is gorgeous- Â¬ the pivotal industry and dependence of ly embroidered it has a high horn the country of order in the place of chaos bearing a lions head with silver eyes and of stability and responsibility in the its trappings nro rich and heavy it was Never captured by Sam Houston inn horseback place of absolute irresponsibility in the history of railroads was such hope combat while tho bullets Hew thick and less chaos and ineflicleney manifested as fast around Tho Mexican war was tho most romanin tho administration of tho thousands and thousands of miles of railroad direct- tic of all tho wars in which our country ly and Indirectly involved in the Rich Â¬ has been involved What wo especially mond Terminal system Shippers could desire to say hero upon this occasion is place no dependence upon the railroads that American boys should study hstory They had no guarantee that goods Now York Sun confided to them would reach their A M Bailey a well known citizen of consignees or that goods they had bought would ever arrive And above Eugene Oregon says his wife has for all they had no redress There was no years been troubled with ehrouio di- Â¬ such thing as recovery of losseveu when arrhea and used many remedies with tho courts had done their duty and or- Â¬ little relief until she tried Chamberlains It was one vast sys Â¬ Colic Cholera and diarrhtea Remedy dered restitution tem of iuelllciency mismanagement and which has cured her round and well Give it a trial and you will bo surprised worse and its effect upon all merchau at tho prompt relief it affords 25 and 50 tile business was disastrous Tho now order of things is very dif Â¬ cent bottles for salu by A R Fisher ferent Thu Southern Railway is tho Ulovetjwrt Ky and Kiuchelou Board result of tho practical obliteration of Hardinsburg Ky between thirty and forty corporations thu elimination of millions of fictitious Home Seekers Excursion to the West On September 2th and October Dtli valuations and unreasonable burdens and it sets up in their place a solid re the St Louis Air Line L K St L C sourceful and vigorous railroad system R R will sell round trip tickets t founded upon modern and Bclontillc points In Kansas Nebraska Southwest economies and of tho first elliclency Missouri poiuts on thu Missouri river This has been accomplished by Mr Sam Kansas City to Sioux City inclusive Coluel Spencer in conformity with the orado Wyoming Utah Montana Idaho general plan and purpose of tho reor- Â¬ Now Mexico Manitoba Northwestern ganization undertaken by the great Iowa Minnesota North and South Da Â¬ Co kota Arkansas Indian Territory Okla Â¬ banking house of Drexel Morgan Mr Spencer iu addition to being one homa arid Texas at exceedingly low of tho first railroad men in thu country rates Tickets good returning twenty days was specially equipped for the problem in hand by his intimate knowledge of from date of sale The Air Lino is Kl 3uthern railroad properties and of thofco miles tho shortest to tho West and Southwest and the only lino running of tho Terminal system in particular Resides it is doubtful if anybody is bet Â¬ solid trains consisting of Pullman Sleep- Â¬ ter qualified for dealing wth tho familiar ers chair and dining care to St Ixuls For further information apply lo J B ailment of railroad dropsy When Mr Main street Spencer was elected President of the Campbell I P A Urd 10th Main Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company Louisville Ky one of his earliest acts in office was to Street take 25000000 off the surplus of that School hooks and school supplies at great corporation by a simple stroke of gift of Mr Spencer Bahbages his pen It is to this that we may attribute the fact that the Dr Price Cream Baking Powder Southern Railroad Company enters upon WwUi FJr Award Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mflitthly Crop Report Slnco tny report of July 1st thero have been fine rains in tho larger portions of the State some counties have Ixuir more favored than othern ltojinrU from few counties plate not enough rain to do much good There is n much better feeling among tho farmers Both the corn and the tobacco crops havo been very much benefitted The August re port of tho Statistician of the U S Department of Agriculture shows n decline in corn of nearly JO points from July 1st to AugtiBt 1st In some locali- Â¬ ties tho crop was injured beyond recovery while in others timely rains have im- Â¬ proved tho crops very much and tho indications now nro that tho crop will bo better than was anticipated not only hero but in all the States I will ven ture to say that thero was never a better crop made with as small n quantity of rain Tho farmer has done his whole duty tho crop was never better worked and those that werti fortunate enough to get nn early stand of corn will make a fair crop As many farmers have already commenced to feed their hogs on wheat much of tho corn crop will be saved iu this way Tho U S Agricultural De Â¬ partment has recognized thu importance of feeding wheat to live stock and has issued a bulletin on the subject Thu bulletin advocates tho feeding of screen Â¬ ings and low grade wheat to anlnmlsand placing none but first class wheat on tho market It shows that where wheat and corn are the same price per bushel it is preferable to sell corn and feed wheat There are a good many farmers substitut Â¬ ing barley for wheat this season In cause of the extreme low price of thu latter regarding it a more profitable crop be Â¬ cause of the greater yield per acre and being a better grain for horses than wheat There is also a disposition to sow more rye tlmn usual I have had several inquiries for largo white ryo for seed from parties who want to sow it I would like to hear from any one who has a nice clean article for sale Tills certainly would be a good fall to sow rye for winter pasture as there is a short crop of corn and hay For pastuie rye should be sown early and much thicker than for a grain crop A very good plan would be to sow rye on your stublo fields early this fall and run your disk harrow over it will be all that is necessary it will afford good winter pasture and will bo a good fertilizer to turn under iu thu spring I have been iu fifteen or twenty counties since the rains commenced and in most of these counties thero will ho a fair crop of corn at least three fourths of Some correspondents reort a crop never had better crops of corn or tobac- Â¬ I have reports to this ollico that co the corn sent out from this ollico took the premiums at tho fairs where it was average com Â¬ shown Condition 77 pared with last year M Tonuco Nearly all correspondents write there is a wonderful improvement in tobacco slnco tho rains commenced Before thu rains a good deal of tho tobacco was burning up and had to be cut and if wu do not have an early frost tobacco will continue to improve Thero has been considerable damage in some counties to tobacco from hail Reports us to con- Â¬ dition are very wide apart Ono corres Â¬ pondent from Grayson county puts tho condition as low as twenty live per ct nt A summary of thu whole is 776 Â¬ Â¬ BIG 8BRINQ Court here last Saturday Wo are having plenty of bIiohs just now GREGORY WHARFMASTERQ CLOVEnPORT CO KENTUCKY In Dr J R Gray Is building a new ico house Dr W II SlrolhiT will open a nuw drug store in town soon Mrs Taylor Norr is of tho Plains at Â¬ tended church here Saturday Mr A R Morris went to Loulsvillo Monday to buy a fall stock of goods Miss Mary Harrel of Cecilia is tho guest of Miss Ruby Miller this week Mr Clyde Stith and nephew of May Grove attended church hero Saturday Mr Sil Thornhill has thu lust crop of tobacco ever raised in tho county this year A r Joseph Gray and wife went to RussollvJIlo last Monday to tho Confed Â¬ erate reunion Mr Harry L Wheatluy returned homo from Kirk Friday after u very enjoyable visit at his grand fathers Messrs Alex Scott and Dick Dowcll went to Louisvltlo last Monday to sell their tobacco They say tobacco is cheap Miss Tula Meador returned home from Owensboro Friday where she has been to see her sister Miss Dctilo Eskridco who has been quito sick Thu protracted meeting closed at thu Baptist church lust Thursday after n good old time revival Thero were n number of additions to tho chtiich and many professed Christ Soma folks will think that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is no better than the common cough remedies until they try it Then they will know for themselves that Its the best on earth 1 laynes Clover For sale by Short vort Dr 11 II McMnlleii MeDaniols M Meyer Co Bums Geo Hoyser Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewleyville Ky You sec them eveyw lu re Alio Wholctilc ami llctall Uealeri Columbia Bicycles Their sales attest their popularity Calnlogue tree at our agencies or mailed for two 2 ccnt Manipt Yollow Pino Flooring and Colling Laths Cement Lime i Shingles Hair Doors Sash and Brick Dllrids and nil kinds of Building Material Sole Agcntt for Homostoatl fillttl Fortllizoro Bono Mual and Troy Onten accompanlnoj with tlie cnah iromitlr BANK OF POPE MFG CO Doaton New York Chicago Hartford HAftDDTSBUEG Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 7 600 Y HEARD President WILL MILLKU Vice President M II BEARD Cashier D rmdiA I Agent Clovcrport Ky QW DEAKD MOIUUS ESKRIDQK R M JOLLY J -- Dire tor MANHOOD nervous dlnenwn such n Weuk MciuurjLoASonirii1n RESTORED TilTX fESS tocuruu INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS uisnu wnicn innrmiif ret rocket HI nerbflxO for MS br mall tire on1 KlTflii written iriinriinteetn rurenr reftjml the ni i y Hold b 7 fill ttruirjrlrU Apt for It tflkennnthor Wrltn forfreeMedlral Itook sentefited muuuiiAi irfKLL biu lntilaluwrDPor AddntssNlLVKHKJcuAa8ouluTeniDlcCUlCAUU KursalolnCluTerHjrtKrbr A It FiyilKHumlbr C C MA11T1N DruKKfili owerlIeadaclioVakuHilne5I8t Manhood Nimul j luilMins NVrvou neflsaldrulnrtnridloftnf pdwerlntJciieratUoOrtfrtnn of cither cxcnutd dt overexertion yoiuniui errort ciressiTUUMJtii in mciti opium or sutii ipku 10 an te carried In vnniumption or InanUr Have Your Work Done I Right am now prepueil to do firstclan work nt hard time prke In MrickliIn and ltastcilng 11 you arc Jjotntf ti have any work done In my line call m or address mc at irvIngtonKy AMUCKTSCIIINDIHH U w m The business men of the United States have had a long hard time iu which efiort brought littlo return but now tho chief obstacles aro out of tho way aud every man has a chance to go ahead with ortlinary prospects of success Success however cannot be attained without in- Â¬ telligent effort The farmer has to plant and cultivate and so must tho merchant and manufacturer It is useless to hayo meritorious goods unless you let the huhlic know it Thu most successful business men everywhere nro those who realize the great fact that the Press gives them access to tho muds of the people without tho Press most of tho great for tunes made in business would havo been mpi3sibo that Is why said ono of our most successful merchants I am always glad to seo an advertising agent I may not bo open to do business with him at the time but I always learn some Â¬ thing that helps mo work intelligently when I am ready to advertise Adver- Â¬ tising is the seed of business Every business man should piovido enough seed from which to raise his crop and now when thu business interests of tho country havo got a chance to go ahead is the time to plant it From tho Amer ican Grocer Â¬ Breckenrid ge Normal Colle ge Will begin its second scholastic year - mm FS wa liii Tuesday Sept- 4 1894 3300 Will pay all expenses for one term of ten weeks There will be four terms of ten weeks each and one term of eight weeks 5or m rTrvi nr B tillt ttr Address fJTi m Tuition 800 per term in advance Board 1000 per month every thing furnished RP SHACKLETT President Nr 1ASTUllKS Pastures havo improved very much since my report in July In fact in many pacts where there was no pastures at all thero is now lino grass but wo are beginning to want rain in most places Drought of extraordinary severity com- Â¬ bined with extreme heat is the chief causa of tlio unusual low condition of pastures Per cent 0110 hemp E W Bagby a prominent lawyer of Paducah Ky says that Dr Bolls Pino Tar Honey cured bis children of whoopÂ¬ ing cough when all things else failed Its a now remedy for all coughs Haynes Clover For sale by Short port Dr RII McMullon McDaniels Co Buras Geo Heyser M Meyer Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Co Bowleyville Ky Bennett WHEN THURBER WAS SMALL An Incident or the lloyliood of tho Ireal iletit a Irlvute Secretary Â¬ EoJ HARDINSBURG KY 8gB8B8gBBB8B9Bffiffigffia llurrlnona Heavy Ti tink An amusing story has leaked out in connection with cx Prcsidont Harrisons 18 THE BEST visit to this city Ono of tho trunks with CO NO SQUEAKING Q which ho is traveling this summer was 5 CORDOVAN oxtreiuoly woll loudod mid tasked tho FRENCH ENAMEUEOCAU strength mid patienco of a baggago sPFlNECAlfrftNGADOa bmasher nt tho Forty second street sta35 P0LICE3 sous tion to such nu extent that ho lost his temper and rnado a vory emphatic ro 2lS j mark 2I7JBOYSSCHOOLSIOES I3u nisy thero said his companion LADIES- Thats Mlshter Benjamin Harrisons iSiDONG0U 3 trunk SEND rOB CATALOGUE Begorrn thin answerod tho irato Wl DOUGLAS Irishman hos got his presidential BROCKTON MASS money boom ipsiilo ofit Now York World Voa can late DauglntId piircliaiinir W L bbueii ELECTROPOISE W 5s L CURES IDISE ASE Â¬ OLJftt CriWE Douglas Tho principal part of thu crop has been cut Most crops aro very short The urea of the crop is rather smaller than usual as much of it was ruined by the fret ze and snow noas There seems to bo a bettor demand for hogs than any other kind of live stock I asked my correspondents as to the average quantity of bogs to bo fed this fall Thu per cent is placed at 81 Tho average quantity of cattle to be fed this fall is placed at 774 per cent d cirri b C 10 V Kit SKKl small number of counties re Â¬ port any clover seed this fall Tho crop nearly an entire failure Winterkilling spring frosts and drought are tho princi- Â¬ pal causes of tho shortage of tho crop Acreage compared with last year 70 per cent Condition lo 0 A very I OTA to cs Â¬ Tho Government Report of tho condition of potatoes August 1st is placed at 71 percent a decline of 18 t slnco July 1st The report for this State is 77 per cent acreage KIllIT As to tho fruit crop in this Statu thero is not enough to inquiro about Thu Government reports a further decline lu apples thu percentage standing 14 for August against 17 for July Tho con- Â¬ dition of peaches has fallen much lower and now stands at thu extremely low fig- Â¬ Nicholas McDowell ure of 22 It September 8 KSU Commissioner Two Lives Saved Mrs Pliicbo Thomas of Junction City III was told by her doctors alio had Consumption and that thero was no hope lor her but two bottles of Dr Kings Now Discovery completely cured her and she says it saved herlifo MrThos Ijot Hbt Eggers Hit Florida St San Francisco suffered from a dreadful cold approach Â¬ ing Consumption tried without result everything else then bought ono bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery and iu two weeks was cured He is naturally thank- Â¬ ful It Is such results of which these are samples that prove the wonderful efficacy of this medicine iu Coughs and Colds Ereo trial bottles at A It Fish- Â¬ ers Drug store Regular site 50d and 100 Privato Secretary Thnrbor has no ways been of n very lnquisitivo turn of mind in all matters portaiiiing to religion Ho will forsake n French novel at any time to discuss theology His roscarch has been great and ho do lights in nothing so much as to resouo feomo old divino whoso mental eyesight being dim has permitted him to stray from tho path and set him in tho right tlircotiou oiico more Thurbor feels that tho day in which ho has perfonued such a deed has not been wasted His ft lends expressed much surprise at his accepting his present ofllce Thoso who had known him from childhood wore soro perplexed that ono so religious as ho should voluntarily venture into tho do vious patli of olitics Aud their per plexity continued until thoy wcro ablo to appreciato tho truth of his declara tion that ho accepted tho position be cause ho believed it to bo his duty to his country Thoy toll n story of tho first recorded search Thurbor niado into things pertaining to another Ufa Ho was but a tot scarce out of jiotticoats but quito precocious withal Tho canary bird of n littlo friend had died and it had been buried in a tiny coflln with much honor Two or threo days later tho owner of tho bird on merit reaching tho grave to drop her tears sur Asacurativo og nt tho Electropolse prised young Thurbor bofoio the gravo can not bo equaled Nearly 1000 havo which ho had opened and with tho bird been put out from this ollico in tho last ill his hand months hfio cried Why Hurry Thurbor DU BOISE running up and shaking him what do WEBB you mean You naughty wicked bad 500 Fourth Avenue Louisvllo Ky boy I Why tho naughty wlckod bad lliu Viur 1801 boy replied between shokes II Tho year 1814 corresponds to tho ono only cr want tor see if if if thousand eight hundred and ninety tho ittloblr birdie ah had to to goiio Chicogo eighth from tho birth of Christ to tho heaven year 7103 of tho Uyzautiuo era to tho Post years 6051 5 of thu Jewish cru tho latItiforiiiulioii ITr Hiu elxitmliivn ter year beginning nt sunset on Sept Tho Hon Chump Clark formerly of 80 o tho year 21M7 tduco tho foundti Kentucky has no respect for tho civil tioii of Home to tho year -- 051 of tho service laws and ho does not hesitate Japanese uiul to tho years iill13 of to say so as was indicated by his vigthu Mohaijiuioiiii cru tho year 11113 orous spoech iu tho hoiibo tho othor day of tho era of tno hegira having begun Iu tho conrsu of his remarks ho ruado n on thoOtliof Joly St Louis Republic general assault on thu civil service Kiglllt VTiiTM lTi BllierM system which ho declared was tho A correspondent of tho Loudon Times most monumental fraud of tho century Captuiii Wiggins bo well writes Not 10 moil lu this house said he could stand au examination for n 000 known in Siberian circles is bent upon clerkship Why thoy naked ono man opening tho Yeulsei district of Siberia how many British soldiers were sent to English trade The end of this mouth over hero during tho revolution Tho ho iutonds to proceed to that region with applicant replied that ho did not know A cargo of English goods vvhioh ho will Â¬ tiro best tho exact number but holrrnw a d d dispose of toviwwof advantage possible with th establihlugire4U sight mora came over than weut back lar IhmIiwm Louisville Courier Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Electropoiso gavo mo coinpletu relief from excruciating pain in three ap Â¬ plications I also II ml it good for treat- Â¬ ing children for their iiuinvroiia ail- Â¬ C T Soden with Uridgeford ments Co Louiaville Ky Mr G W Flint of Skylight Ky says I siidered for yeara with my kidneys inlltinniation of thu bladder and enlargement of tho prostate gland After u short 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