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T rvrrminrr r V i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY GAMBLING lWOLhl i SEPTEMBER 26 1894 NO 10 d II - h Vv Were tho volume of money contracted SIROCCO TOBINSPORT IND one half it would menu a fall of one half in tho prices of nil products of labor It Ilclit ocr from last week WHARFMASTERS Wm Wincliel went to the Indiana Kov Cowley tho late addition to tho State fair last week would mean an absolute increase of 100 CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY llaptist church of whom mention was Alio Wholesale and Kctall Dealers In per cent in the burdens of all debtors W K Polk went to Doolitlles Mill An Intorosting Disquisition on tho and an increase of 100 per cent in thu Tho Gorm Sown in tho Social Gamo mado a short time ngo nssisted brother Yollow Pino Flooring and Coiling Tuesday on business Argabright during tho last week of its vulue of all credits It would mean an Laths Lime Shinnies at Homo and Its Widespread Subjfect of Monoy From a Pop- Â¬ Tho work on Mort Groves house is progress On Friday night he brother increase of 100 per cent in the value of Cement Hair Brick Cowley discussed from Heb J chapt 3 being pushed to completion nil notes bonds mortgages or other ulist Standpoint Results Doors Sash and Blinds On account of tho dry weather very and all kinds or Building Material vr Subject How shall wo escape If evidences of debt nnd nil annunlties and bole A rents for wo neglect so great salvation all salaries of public officials Using little wheat ground is yet broken It is tho Homostoad Fortilizoro and Troy Reuben Koynolds was the guest of his Not Gold Nor same thing as if Congress should enact n Rov J R Crawford Attacks tho several graphical illustrations he handltd It is What is It Bono Meal tho subject with interest to the entire daughter Mrs Jeff Haw kins last week law that all debtors in the United States Ontcrs accomiianlned with the cash promptly Universal Vice and Makos Nor Papor It is Noth- Â¬ audience leading them into u wldo field Sllvor owing n certain sum of money should Mrs Kobt Lamb and little son Hem filled of thought One of his illustrations pict- Â¬ er of Patesvllle pay instead of such sum just twice the Startling Statements aro visiting hero this ing Until thaGovernment ured an exile left to languish on a far- - week sum agreed upon in the contract In nway desolate island In sympathetica relation to all public officials national 07 Curt Ryans little fivoyear old girl has state comity and municipal it mentis Progressive Euchre and Church Ruf- Â¬ terms ho pictured the Intensity of the been very sick with fevers but is imMakos It So By Its Stamp Upon It the sumo thing exactly as if Congress mans desolation A ship hoves in sight fles Deemed as Bad as the Allure- Â¬ touches tho island will tho man take proving now had enacted a law doubling tho snlaiies Tho Value of Monoy in Every ments of the Gambling Ren Capital Stock 25 000 Marlon Wcatherholt of Holt Ky advantage of tho opportunity accept tho of all theso olficials I believe that had Surplus 87 600 Country plan of dellverence nt hand step on accompanied by two ladies attended Congress passed n law in express terms doubling tho sums called for in all timo SUBSTANCE OF A SUNDAY SERMON board the inviting craft and bo wafted to church here Sundny D F BEARD President homo and friends 7 Or will he In diis Capt Wm Wcatherholt met with contracts all tho appeals of tho loud Â¬ WILL MILLER Vice President M II DEARD Cashier Go Ship go thy way some impediment In putting down his Is Determined By the Amount Exist- - mouthed demagogues in the country Rov J R Crawford preached a ser- Â¬ weakness cry Q W BEARD could not Induce tho masses to stick to mon on Gambling at the Cumberland some more convenient day On thee Ill drive well and was compelled to aban ing As the Population Increases Dire tor MORRIS ESKRIDOE don the job But as tho same effect Presbyterian church Sunday morning call their party 1 R M JOLLY BESTfFOK 5HIRT5 Money Ought to Incrtase Saturday night tho house was crowded was brought about indirectly through n that was listened to by n lnrgo congre- Â¬ Jack Allen hnsbuilt n cooper bIioji INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS THE PROOTEH OAMtJLE CO CINTI contraction of tho money volume the gation Ho took for his text Romans to its utmost capacity in fact I believe und is now making barrels for the fall common peoplo do not understand it as 112 Tho night is far spent the day that a number failed to find seats and trade We wish him well in his new A CHANCE FOR AN ARGUMENT yet is at hand let us therefore cast off tho repaired outside to the windows nnd undertaking The Peoples party believes in honest works of darkness and let us put on tho doors On Sunday his last sermon he Lyj K Polk our road supervisor is do preached on Baptism by Immersion and lug an excellent job In graveling the money money of uniform and steady armor of light Iaihtoaii Kv Sept 11 1891 Kmitor purchasing and debt paying power Wo Ily wny of Introduction tho speaker handled tho subject in n way to impress road from tho ferry landing back to Till Nkwb Ah you seem to bo very fair and believe that as population and business gave n brief historical summary of the Idea to thosowho were not acquaint Groves store generous in permitting an expression of increase the volume of money Bhould bo gambling enumerating some of the ed with his past life that he had passed Quito n lot of corn is being cut here opinion by your readers through the made to increase in tho samo ratio We causes leading to tho almost universal the most of his almost threo score and this fall on account of tho fancy prices Has again made preparations for buying an immense columns of your paper I ask the indulg- Â¬ do not believo in money depreciating or desire to play Ho then said in sub Â¬ ten years laboring In the Baptist faith hay is bringing Not a few farmers will ence of n small space in which to say a appreciating in value We believo in stance Gambling is fast becoming n Of whntover elso can be said of Kov Cow- Â¬ feed fodder and sell their hay 1 believe tho money that will have the same purchas Â¬ national vice which is sapping the foun- Â¬ ley ho is certainly a well rend and well few words on money The Democratic candidate for Congress money iiistloii to bo tho most Import- Â¬ ing power at tho close of time contracts dations of all business integrity and pros- posted man so far as sacred history is He is somewhat given to of this district spoke at Cunnelton Tues Â¬ concerned ant the most vital question engaging the as at the beginning perity Liko the microbes of a contag- Â¬ Tho following went from To pleaso any one in variety Wo bulieve In money that will require ion tho mania seems to float in tho very speculative theology carries one into day night To accommodate our big trade wo havo pur- attention of the people of tho United States to day I believe with Humo tho the samo sacrifice to obtain when the nir wo breathe Wo have it developed fresh fields of thought never though here to hear what ho had to say Jim cliased very heavy from over stocked factories wo will bo able to be tho leaders historian that a shrinking volume of debt falls duo as when tho debt was in every form from the stupendous trans Â¬ without a connecting link to the realistic England Waldo Simons Alve Ryan and in low prices Since tho tarilT question has been settled Dry Goods will bo higher our With quite n flow of unassuming rhet- Â¬ Tom Lyons Money steadily increasing in actions of the stock exchange nnd faro money fulling prices and misery and made Elder R T Bruner preached his fare prices will bo lower destitution are inseparable companions purchasing power is dishonest monoy bank of the gambling hell to tho ring oric ho on Sunday carried his audience What Is money Monoy is a legal tend- Â¬ and tho men who advocate such money cake and the grab bag of tho fashionable Into n sphere where they seemed never well sermon to this peoplo at the Baptist We will offer now er for tho payment of debts created by are dishonest men or ignorant men 10c church entertainment The ambition to to have reached before utterly oblivious church Sunday night Ho read for the Hoosier Drown Cotton for thu un Â¬ Clothes brush for Mr Editor I should be glad to have get something for nothing nnd to gain to overy thing passing nround them evening lesson Pauls farewell address to tho act of a government of competent Ic heard of prico 2 lc Ono lot II 1 Corsets jurisdiction Monoy is n medium ol ex Â¬ you or some good Democratic reader ol wealth without labor and economy is so some of tho congregation sat with heads tho church at Ephesus after which ho Empire Challles worth 7J our Fancy Ginghams worth 12jc our change but a medium of exchange need your excellent paper take issue with me prevalent as to alarm all friends of nnd shoulders drooped forward nnd eyes preaencu n very loucniiig uiscourso ami price 71c c prico to tho effect that as far as he had Ono lot wove filling Dress ioods not necessarily be money Mouey is n on the money question and reply to tho humanity See our picture frames for 25c 50c Tho cardinal principles of fixed on tho speaker with an attentive measure of nil values for it is in teims of above I believe it to bo our duty as honor integrity nnd good citizenship are ness that I never saw manifested in tho went ho had not shunned to de- Â¬ worth 10 and 15c our prico 5c and USc Baptist money that the value of all tho products good citizens nnd as honest men to try to destroyed by tills feverish thirst for sud Â¬ laynesvillo church before clare the wholo counsel of God After 24 sheets good note paper 5 c Ono lot silk finished Suspenders find nnd remove tho causes of our social den and unearned wealth It is but one When ho closed his sermon thoy pulled preaching the parting hand was extend of labor and all property is measured 12 Lead pencils for 15c 5c worth 23c for Money is a certificate issued by a govern- Â¬ degeneration economic ills financial remove from robbery and theft Gamb- Â¬ themselves together and looked around ed to him while tho choir engaged in 1 papers tarks 5c If you need Clothing it will pay ment and certifies that the holder is en- Â¬ distress business paralysis industrial ling adds nothing whatever to tho well manifesting a great curiosity us if they singing God bo with you till we meet Good purse worth 15c for 5c you to see us titled to its face value in any of the pro- stagnation and political corruption We being of society Tins closes a tiireo year s pastor Good heavy blacking brush worth Wo invite you to visit us An estimate based on had just nwakened from n dream in again ducts of labor nnywhere for sale within as good citizens ought to love our unimpeachublo authority states that which they were lost to tho whimsical- Â¬ ate with the chinch at this place 25cfor 10c the jurisdiction of such government country our homes our families more during the post year the stakes and ities of tho present perverse generation G Tuesday tho 1 1 inst having been set We ought to purses of Amorican race courses amount Â¬ Money is the creation of sovereignty than we love party It May Do as Much for You love truth virtue honesty peace plenty ed to 5000000 and the betting on All monoy on whatover material stamp for the day of administering the sights Mr Fred Miller of Irving 111 writes the G ed is fiat money There is not now in and prosperity more than wo lovo events to fully f430000000 These of ordination at Cold Spring people be Â¬ that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for party gan assembling at an early hour Tho many years with severe pains in his Ought we not to stick to our figures are alarming enough They re- Â¬ existence on earth never was nor can BRANDENBURG KY there be a dollar or any other unit of country to tho principles of justice free- Â¬ veal a deplorable condition of public houso being insufficiently large to ac- Â¬ back and also that his bladder was affectmoney that is not fiat money Gold is dom nnd right more closely1 than wo morals Nearly as much money is an- Â¬ comodate tho gathering audience it was ed Ho tried many so called Kidney stick to our party Whatiaa political not money silver is not money Noth nually staked upon horse racing as is no decided to repair to a grovo near by and cures but without nny good result party any way What is the mod- Â¬ quired to run tho national government thither was moved from the church and About a year ngo he began use of Elec- Â¬ ing is money till it receives the stamp of ern Democratic party that wo should n government by lawful authority In many of our states horso racing has school house seats sufficient to accomo- Â¬ tric Bitters and found relief at onco Let us cast ofl ah been legalized by statute Raco tracks date the anxious spectators who came Electric Bitters is especially adapted to Money has no intrinsic value The beÂ¬ love it so dearly lief that money must possess intrinsic partisan rancor and political prejudices are licensed nnd racing and pool selling from far and near to learn the Modus euro of all Kidney nnd Liver troubles WE ARE value as held by many honest Democrats and meet one another as citizens of a are protected by official sanction The operandi by which a Methodist preacher nnd often gives almost instant relief fApd Republicans is n blighting supersti common country bolieving in the father- Â¬ flilnsy pretext for all this is that it is for was burned into a Baptist preacher tho One trial will piovo our statement SOLE AGENTS lilon instilled into tho minds of tho hood of God and tho brotherhood of the improvement of tho breed of horses report having been circulated around to Price only 50c for largo bottle At A Respectfully masses of mankind by tho designing and man IN THIS COUNTY We fully endorse tho forcible words of the effect thatono Henry Smith of near R Fishers drug store siilijsmlng few who profit by having tho J II A the Nashville Christian Advocate on Cold Spring sued for what was left of FOR THE SALE people believe it An Enterprising Citizen Horse racing is gambling Kov Cowley nfter his Cowleys trans this subject HITES RUN formation the leavings of which ho Monoy has legal or denominational Mr Tho Owensboro Inquirer says More than this it is gambling with all OF THE value expressed on ita faco in units the Cloverport gravel man We had a nlco rain last week the attendant circumstances of drunken- Â¬ Smith wanted to make a dog out for Harris Tho laconis retort from tho has invested largely in tho Spotts Tho legal vulue of money is fixed and Mr F A Beaviu is all smiles It is a ness debauchery and fraud thrown in himself everready Cowloy struck him something villo gravel field and has a bed there arbitrary and measured in itself it nev- Â¬ girl Improving tho breed of horses indeed er changes Rut tho real value of money It is rumored wo are to have another But what if that wore even so what like this If hell just get down on his that Is seomlngly inexhaustable He is its purchaeing power varies inversely as wedding soon about the breed of men Tho exciting hands and feet and have some one pin a endeavoring to induce this city to adopt the number of units of mouey in circula- Â¬ Miss Lulu Cash man returned homo spectacular character of the raco course tall to him hell already havo n dog his gravel and proposes to lay two or Prayer was offered by Uncle Jim Bry Â¬ throe squares on one of our thorough- Â¬ tion in any country increases or dimin Â¬ Sunday after a two weeks visit with her and tho social element in it makes it ishes As the number of units of money sister Cordelia Mr Allen Jennings ac- Â¬ more alluring and woreo than the lot- Â¬ ant Woldon after which tho counsel fares with his goods and guarantee comprised of delegations from Woolf against repairs for a period of threo in circulation increases the purchasing companied her tery power of the unit dt creases and as tho Ourschool Is progressing nicely under ears True we aro going to nave vitn- Carlyle tells us that there are but three Creek Spring Creek New Highland numbor of units of money or volume of tho management of Mr Royalty and Miss ways of making a living work begging Brandenburg and Cold Spring were call Â¬ jfied brick on our streets but It might bo Quality Purity currency decreases it purchasing power Rosa Oelze as teachers Regular attend- Â¬ and stealing Gaming clearly falls un- ed to order Uncle Jim Bryant acting as well to lot Mr Harris try his experi Â¬ Unexcelled Recommend moderator George Brown Now High Â¬ ment on a side street say McFarland increases ance fifty three pupils der tho third head ed by leading physi Â¬ John Stuart Mill the great English Miss Rosa Tiuius returned to Clover And shall I stop to argue that all the land clerk Minutes were read by Leo The connclls attention is called to Mr cians economist says Tho valuo of money port last week after a few months visit evil of this sin is but tho product of a Meeks clerk of Cold Spring churcti Harris proposition other thiugs being the same varies In- Â¬ with her sister Mrs Josle Chapiu She slmplegerm let it bo nurtured and fos- Â¬ Rev Cowleys Christian experience was versely as ita quantity every increase of has improved a great deal in health tered wherever it may Tho playing of heard the counsel finding iio fault in it Sc quantity lowering the valuo and every Quito a number of relatives and friends cards whethor in the hands of innocent declared him a fit subject for ordination Wholfkile and ltctall IIUltl diminution raising it in a ratio exactly met at the residence of Mr Cephas maidens in Christian parlors or in tho Rev I O Argabright delivered the or- Â¬ BRANDENBURG KY equivalent Chapln on the 9th inst to wittiest tho hands of the black hearted nnd designing dination prayer sermon by Rov John Ricards than whom perhaps no marriage of their daughter Miss Lulu to imps of satan who rule in that domain Wlllltt taking for his text 2 Timothy 2 JOAAd Study to show greater economist lived in his day says Richard Hawkins Attendants Miss known as the gambling hell are tho chapter and 15 verso thyself approved unto God n workman Tho value of monoy in overy country is Ella Waggonor Lulu Cashman Messrs tools of the devil And those whom he determined by the amount existing Forrest Hawkins and Jess Hawkins would ruin ho first makes skilled In tho that needeth not to bo ashamed rightly In your mouth indicates That commodities would rise or fall in May their lives bo long and prosperous use of his instruments J 0 BOURNE To do this work dividing tho word of truth DANIEL BROOKS J M 1IARPER gillie and shows that prico In proportion to tho increase or your bloods wrong he most successfully employs the agency The scrofulous taint which may havo diminution of money I assume as a Tho Consumption officer of the Christian homes The innocent boen in your blood for years may be fact that is incontrovertible The According to some statistics compiled game of cards is his method par excel thoroughly expelled by giving Hoods BOURNE CO BROOKS above as to the valuo of money is called in Vienna there was a vast consumption lence If tho iuterest flags let there bo SARSAPARILLA Sarsaparilla a trial the quantitivo law of money This of beer In the world during 189U amount- Â¬ first and second prizes and a booby will set your blood right i and quantitive law of money is us truo as the ing to over 4600000000 gallons Ger- Â¬ The progressiva euchre can no longer Couldnt Understand Washington euro your Dyspepsia laws ol nature or mathematics and as un Â¬ many heads tho list with 1202132074 progress without this added stimulus It Johnnlo Mamma wasnt it George Nervousness Aches and changeable If tho volume of monoy be gallons an increaso of 34000009 over requires nn exceedingly fine moral dis- Â¬ doubled in any country prices will bo 1892 the consumption belngthirty threo cernment to discriminate in the differ Â¬ Washington that couldnt toll a lie Pains Tone you up nil over Try Mother Yes my child CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP doubled If the volume of money bo in- Â¬ gallons per head ranging from sixty two ence in moral results to the individual one bottle rand be sure to ask Johnnie What elso did ho do creased one fourth prices will riso one gallons in Bavaria to twelvo gallons in in playing for a prize tho cost of which for Neats Mothor Ho fought against tho French BOURBON STOCK YARDS fourth Again if tho volume of currency Lothringen Great Britain second 1105 is 5 and the five dollars themselves LOUISVILl F KY nnd Indians ho was n great engineer ho be contracted one half prices will fall 752000 gallons or thirty per head Judge Moore of Tennessee says that led the American armies in tho revolu- Â¬ one half If tho volume of currency be America Is third with more than 1000 progressive euchre is gambling and thosu tion ho conquered the British he be Â¬ Neats BarsaparlUa Is for sale by contracted one fourth prices will fall 000000 gallons or sixteen per head who engage in it should bo dealt with as came president of the United States ho TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT did more for the freedom of the world A R FISHERDrugglst Under li governmental Mqi o than 7270000 tons of malt nnd common gamblers one fourth than any man who over lived and ho BOWLING GREEN policy of contracting tho volume of cur Â¬ 82000 tons of hopH were used in thu SOUTHERN AThu vice of gambling has taken into was first in war first in peace and first Clovorport Ky rency thu debtor Is pompelled to pay manufacture of the beer for tho world nccopted use thu word hell of his countrymen Over this In tho hearts mora than he agreed to pay and tho Medical Record Business College Johnnie after a long breath Gosh hell thoy that enter may read Leave auditor is given more than he agreed to Is a hell in its mamma aint It funny that he could do SPEEDY and LASTING RESUXT nil hope behind It CSTABLI8HCD IN 10TB all those hard thlntrn nnd couldnt do receive Under a shrinking volume of falsohorkl and rapine and Its murder It such an easy little thing as telling a lie BOWLING TlT FAT GREEN BUSINESS COLLEGE Yw SOUTHERN NORMAL 5CH00L Simple Ho Inconvenience money or h policy of contraction all is a heTtt in Jts darkness and despair CIS tit Ex Tho creat Business Training School ol the South KnglUh Teachers Sclentlnc and Classic lure AB8CUJTIIT MIX CMiUy nook Keeplnf Short lund Telegraphy Type- Â¬ Courses debtors and tax payers are compelled to thin Music Art and Klocution provided Ufa from any inlurious lutxtioc Says Chauncoy M Depew Ninety per writing and Penmanship Iuplls can enter at or Low rates of hoard and tuition Send for LAIQS aBIOUIMB IIMTBID mako a greater sacrifice to part with a Whilo in Chicago Mr Charles L any time Send for catalogue cent of the defalcations ami theft und catalogue W GUARANTEE a CURE er rtlund jour mens greater quantity of their labor products OUEUET BEOS Proprt Bowling Qreen Ky tVMantlon Course duilred Address ruin of youth among people who are Kahler a prominent shoe merchant of lrlre W300J parbottle Bind 4c tor trstUs ntUMOMT 2UUUOA1 CO Boston Mas to obtain the unney with which to dis employed in places of trust are duo di- Â¬ Des Moines Iowa had quite a serious charge tliuic debts and obligations than rectly to gambling I have timo of it Ho took such a severe cold before the inauguration of such policy 10ST IN QUANTITY BESTIN QUAUT ItKUEF come to tho woman cojiu to believe that tho community that he could hardly talk or navlgato PliOMPr I pil 111 in M of contraction if the volume of money lullerlug from any of tlio jwlnful disorders which llceuso and tolerates public but the prompt use of Chamberlains RATES Trx most centrally locaUU and UrraiiKomenia iwcuimr io uor sex u suo CV4PCRDAY Hotel in the citu is contracted 25 per cent it will require accepts tho help thuts offered Dr Tierces gambling cm not have prosperity in b lis Â¬ Cough Kemoily cured him of his cold so U thu only inedlcliio so tless religion in Its churches or morality quickly that others at the hotel who had Fuvorltn of the farmer -- 5 er cent more wheat run in iUt olnx U Owuusboro Mewun-B-- r bad colds followed his example and half 25 per cunt more tobacco or 25 per cent certain In evcrv com thatItitdocttntbe gxtaran If benefit or among its people tml a dozen persons ordered it from thu more of whatever the farmer has to Bell euro your money U rcturood thoy Beuutiful to socuru thu money with which to dis Â¬ owe to good women know bow much beau- Â¬ Ayors Sareaparilla does what no other nearest drug store They were profuse WHITES CREM wWi to be lienlth If you charge his debts and obligations Where tiful keep tho imtural functions of the body blood medicine In existence can do It in their thanks to Mr Kahler for telling 100 bushels of wheat or corn or 100 In proper tto and youll bo healthy searches out all tho Impurities in the them how to euro a bad cold so quickly A train of illnnltru follow the derange pounds of tobacco would have been ment of the womanly function For nervous system and expels thorn harmlessly For sale by A R FlsherCloverportKy FOR YEARS sufrk ient bforo to secure tho money jirortratton excitability filiating wwlU Ulz through the proper channels This is and Ktncheloe A Board Hardius Has led all WORM Remedies lnwit nanwi convulsions or flu this burg Ky It will now require 125 bushels of wheat rwnedy relieve aiwl cure EVERY IQTTLE IUARANTEE0 why Ayers ikrsaparillaU so Take It when you Differ from nloonlw IOL SYALL BKVeeiSTS or corn or 126 pounds of tolwcco to ob Â¬ effective as a remedy for rheuma Â¬ see baolcMtw and bearing dowa wwawon hiunl kr Dr Prkaa CrMM Btkhtg Pewfer tain the uevssHry sum BwniMeaiMric6 w loeta tism K wjjwrt tor we prompt WerMs Pair WfkMt Medal aaJ Metojua MONEY Ivory It Floats GREGORY CO 6oa k2S Â¬ BANK HAUDINSBUa a Â¬ The Reliable Firm GEO YEAKEL CO Old Â¬ FALL STOGK Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ive us a look we wil do the rest EO YEAKEL CO Â¬ and Â¬ Â¬ THAT w jot 3STBVI1a o-ottg-- ih TASTE NTS HARPER Commission Salesmen of Live Stock -- emmm - PEOPLE mil m Â¬ WORMS Â¬ VERMIFUGE so rW - nwjwu y fttw THjA BUCK Jf - qp4J feHp toNHtDQR NWS QLiOVaPOmr GROVE AsÂ¬ Sty vt BRECKENR1DGE Jso D NEWS L HARDINSBURG H Tho Association dinner Aroociatiou then adjourned for V 0 Bablage Editori and rreprlatrt 1891 k W TIME TABLE AKTKItNOON SESSION UOlXd WKAT WEDNESDAY 6EITEMIJEK 20 Bnbicilpllon If PJ at the Vtkt JlUO Tear In Adtanc Panenger Dully arr Ilardlnihurg 2il2 pm ooino EAST Fuitnicar Dally rr Jlnfllniburjc- - 7M0 m Church Entertains tho Salom sociation in n Handsome End of the Year 125 SIX PAGES THAT MAX GUFFV Do tlio Republicans in tills connty know anything of thu political history ot their man Ctufly who heads their ticket for Judge of the Court of Appeals If thoy dont well give it to them And it is as true as holy writ Here it is In 18GS Mr Cindy was the Republican elector for Gen Grant against Horatio Seymour Grant was elected and Gully wont on to Washington to attend the in- Â¬ augural and made application to Presi Â¬ dent Grant for appointment as Federal Judge of one of the Western Territories Grant refused to ippoint him He might have done so if he had not seen him but as soon na he saw him and heard him talk he saw he was no man for a position like that Tailing to gut tne olllce Gufly fell out with Grant and with the Republican party and left it and went over to the Greenback party and affiliat Â¬ ed with it as long as it lasted then when the Greenback party died out he stood neutral voting sometimes for Dem- Â¬ ocrats and sometimes for Republicans until the Populist party sprung up when he became a rabid Populist and at once constituted himself one of the leaders of In a convention of the Peo- Â¬ that party ples party at Cincinnati in the spring of 18111 the Kentucky delegates got togeth Â¬ er and nominated a ticket for all the state olfices for Kentucky from Governor down to Register of the Land Oilico GuIFy being one of the delegates ho was nominated for Attorney General He accepted the nomination nnd made a canvass to try and elect himself nnd his ticket Rut ho wa3 so overwhelmingly defeated that he concluded he had no show for ollice in that party and he left it and went back to the Republican party that ho had been denouncing on the stump since 18GS whilst he belonged to the Greenback party On one occasion at Morgantown Ky where he resides he had a full suit of clothes made of green ralico coat pants and vest and drcKsed up in it and went around can Wo varsing for the Greenback ticket artsorry tosiiy that he wiw n Democrat before tliu war and would bu one now if he thought there was any chance for him to get an office by becoming one Wo have great respect for n good solid sub- Â¬ stantial Republican when we believe he is honest and conscientious in his views hut wo have no sort of patience with a man like Gully He doesnt deserve the support of any party Will the Repub- Â¬ licans of this county knowing his his- Â¬ We think tory take any stock in him not Jim Smith is on the sick list Lawrence Miller is quite sick John Hobcu went to Louisville Mon Â¬ day The town was full of drummers Mon- Â¬ day Mr A X Kincheloo returned homo last Saturday Mrs J A Witt visited Stephensport last Saturday Miss Mary Board has returned from n visit to Webster Mr Charles Durham West View was in town last Saturday Mr J R Mattingly has returned to his farm near Sample Hon A R Montgomery will speak nt Bewleyville next Saturday Miss Mary Allen thinks of mnklng her homo in Texas this winter They are taking depositions in the Beanl and Heeler suit this week lMr Rosco Eskndgo has completed a nice cottage in tho Southend of town Miss Lillie Cooper visited her home at Rock Vale last Saturday and Sunday Our lino of jewelry just now exceeds all previous purchases T C Lewis Co Dr A M Kincheloo made n profes sional call to Oaks station one day last week Mrs S C Sutton the milliner is in Louisville selecting her fall stock of goods Mrs Cynthiana Brown died nt her home near this place last Saturday night nged 77 John Alexander is moving into his hotel He says he will be ready for bus Â¬ iness next week It its beyond doubt that our line of watches are away down below their mar- Â¬ Co ket value T C Lewis Hon Mnt ODoherty of Louisville will speak here October 1 Uli in tho interest of the Republican party J T Haker is a candidate for poor house commissioner before tho Iiscnl Â¬ Mannor Good Preaching Good Singing and Lots of Good Things Eat A to Delightful Occasion for All and Thousands of Pooplo Attendance in MEETS NEXT YEAR AT GILEAD CHURCH RTho lDf Court which meets here next month G W Heard and wlfo and Mr und Mrs V G Hablmgo will attend the Annual Conference nt Owoiisboro this week i 1 Tiik Democratic Committee of the Seventh Congressional District met at Frankfort lost Saturday and formally an Â¬ nounced the result of the recent primary Owens was declared the nominee over ltreckenridgo by --V votes llrecken ridge accepted the result and will make r lnima n Intnl nnd 41n UVTIIUIO no light 1IUUOVD ill blJUb IWailbJ K1IU illU mnra would like to see the street improvement disap- Â¬ The Hon A Ii Montgomery begin pointed a big crowd of people nt Brand The first Quarterly meeting for tho enburg Monday who were there special present year was held at tho M E ly to hear him speak He is billed to church last Saturday and Sunday Rev speak in this town next Friday Sept 28 C J Haines tho new presiding Elder anal at Rowleyville Saturday HI was in attendance He had a fine con- Â¬ Tun Republican speeches delivered in gregation at the 11 oclock service on tills county are doing the cause of Demo Sunday John Kiscr of Cloverport was put in cracy a wouderful sight of good If they have caused one Democrat in the county jail here Monday for falling to obey an wo order of court requiring him to produce to lose one spark of his Democracy R L Xewsoni soino attached property have failed to discover it was tho plaintiff in tho case and Kiser Sknator Joe Blackburn will speak at lays his imprisonment to tho Doctor Hardiusburg Tuesday October IHli the He says ho will sue Nowsom for false second day of Circuit Court If you imprisonment Ho was released Mon Â¬ want to hear something that will do your day evening Democratic soul good come out nnd lis- Â¬ A suit that will attract some attention ten to the Senator at Circuit Court is that of Mrs James Meador against tho Hnrdlnsburg nnd Some of thu colored polticiausin Wash Cloverport turn piko road company ington I C have expressed their dis satisfaction with the present Democratic Mrs Meador sues the company for l000 It will bo remembered that administration because they have not damages during the enrly summer her husband been given their share of thu offices James T Meadows got thrown from his Tiik State Hoard of Sinking Fund Com wagon while crossing the bridge on tho missioners lias adopted Gov Rrowus pike near here and received injuries resolution requiring the olllclnls of the from which she says ho died Mrs Kddyvlllo prison to keep all convicts in Â¬ Meador alleges carelessness on the part side the walls of the company in not providing the proper barriers to the bridge and asks Indianas corn crop will bo 0000000 damages bushels larger this year than it was lost Statu ok Ohio City ok Toledo Tiik Grand Lodgo Knights of PythiaB Lucas County j meets nt Somerset next year Fiiakk J Ciiknky makes oath that he is tho senior partner of the firm of F J LONG BRANCH Ciiknky it Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State afore Â¬ Items of interest are very scarce at said and that said firm will pay the sum this place of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each Stewart Young of Louisville spent and every caso of Cataiikh that cannot Sunday at this place be cured by tho uso of Hams Oatahiui T K Jenkins of Louisville spent Curb FRANK J CHENEY Sunday with his best girl Sworn to before me nnd subscribed in Roy Fowler who has been very sick my presence this Oth day of December with typhoid fever is Improving A I 1880 Mr and Mrs Tom Phillips of near Ekronaro visiting Mrs Calvin Hendrick Notary Public f Miss Ella Hendrick pent Friday night Halls Catarrh Curu Is taken Internally with Miss Peggy Ditto at Beech Grovo Quito a number from hero attended and acta directly on tho blood and mu tho association at Buck Grovo last cous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials freo week F J CHENEY A CO Toledo O Our popular editor Mr J D Babbago was at this place lost week the guest of SSTSold by Druggists 70c A Ditto jr FIRE IN HENDERSON Mr and Mrs W L Dooloy spent Sat Mr John Barks Formerly of This urday and Sunday with their son H II City Meeti With a Dooloy near Sirocco 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miss Tula Dinicl is visiting in St Louis Mo Shu will attend the nnnunl Conference ntOwensboro before return Â¬ ing home Messrs Hoben and Mattingly will open out a new stock of goods in the house formerly occupied by Kaye A Car Â¬ ter about October 1 The Brandenburg correspondent di- Â¬ vines well as to the general make up of tho fair sex who should bo chosen to govern tho homes of this land Mr John Alexander was receiving new furniture for tho Hambleton House last week Mr Alexander will give the house n thorough overhauling before ho opens it out to the public Tho trustees are neglecting to improve tho street leading fromJudge Mercers to Mrs Millers There nro several new lOOlh session of the Salem Associ ation met with the Duck Grovo church iVeade county last Wednesday Thurs Â¬ day und Friday Buck Grovo is one of tho oldest churches In Meade county and takes its name from a beautiful grove near by which was a famous resort for deer nwny hack when all that section of count ry was n vast pral rie and barren of timber There are old men living there to day who remember thu time when they could see a cow farther than they could hear tho bell on her neck ring It is ono of the best sections of Meade coun- Â¬ ty and no more appropriate place could have been selected for tho meeting of this body of Elders Deacons nnd Mes Â¬ sengers of the Baptist church It is tho great event ol the church nnd is looked forward to by the ministers with n great deal of pleasure It is their yearly out- Â¬ ing so to speak when they gather to Â¬ gether for the transaction of thelrchurch business and the enjoyment o their friends sisters and brothers in the church The Salem Association is tho second largest in the state and its membership is about threo hundred This session had a full attendance of Ministers nnd Messen Â¬ gers nnd the number of visitors present was the largest for years The whole num ber in attendance for tho three days was over i000 and to prepare and feed and take care of this vast throng of people in n country neighborhood is something that large sized towns can hardly do let alone fifteen or twenty families in nnd around n country church But the good people of Buck Grove wero not in the least discomllttcd They threw wide open their doors killed thu fatted calf and fed the people as they had never been fed before Not a soul was turned away hungry but all had plenty nnd that of the best and more to spare It was simply wonderful where all tho good things to eat came from but they were there without money nnd without price Well venture the assertion that no asso- Â¬ ciation was better cared for or more sumptuously entertained than this one at Buck Grovo church The pleasant nnd handsome manner in which tho Association and visitors were entertained is due in n great measure to tho untiring energy and watchfulness of Elder Judson Willett who has been pastor of that church for tho last thirty five years Â¬ Â¬ WOIIK OKTIIK ASSOCIATION First days skssion Wednesday the Association was called to order by S II Bland Moderator Prayer by Elder J II Jenkins liio introductory sermon was preached by Elder B F Hagan of Vino Grove Captain John II Waller and Elder A M Vardman read tho letters then followed the regular order of bus iness Â¬ West Point church applied for mem bership and was admitted Tho follow Â¬ ing visitors were invited to a seat in tho body Dr W P Harvey and Elder A J Ashburn representing tho Western Re- Â¬ corder Prof A F Williams represent Â¬ ing Bethel College BroJ II Wellor representing the Baptist Orphans Homo Elder II B White Goshen Association Elder A M Vardman Bardstown Male and Female Seminary Elder T G Sny Â¬ der of Missouri Eldor A N Whitting hill Long Run Association and E W Elrod LynnlandCollego Elder B F Hagan It C Kimble nnd W H Williams were appointed a com- Â¬ mittee on order of business for Thurs Â¬ day Prof E W Elrod was elected to write tho corresponding letter and Elder T A Robinson circular letter for next year Elder W II Williams was chosen as a delegate to tho Southern Baptist Conven- Â¬ tion and Elder B F Hagan as alternate Committee on nominations reported tho following names us delegates to the General Association Elders J O Wil- Â¬ lett H F Hagan T J Duvull J H Jenkins J P Jenkins and Messrs S II Bland E W Elrod and II S Dowell Gillead Church Hardin county was se Â¬ lected as the next place of meeting Eldor W B Gwynn was elected to preach tho next Introductory sermon Â¬ callid to order by the Moderator Mr O D Richardson euteitni lied Jas Player by Elder R C Kimble Miller Paynesville Mr Robertson Big On motion tho regular order of bud Cliffy Rev Vnrdnman Bardstown and nesM was suspended and tho Committee James Bryant Weldon on Nominations made the following re Â¬ Rev II C I lytic wlfo and daughter port Miss Luln Blun Ball nnd It v Street DISTRICT nOARti Richmond Vu wero thu truests of Mr First District M R Gardner T C James D Jones nnd wlfo Parcpont and Christy Bush Cyrus J Nail Hardin county D A Second District II O Hnynes B U Meyers wlfo and two sons James nnd Sanders and J I Robertson Lige Breckcnridgo county were the Third District D 8 Roberta R 8 guests of Mr Henry R Smith Dowell and Richard Witt Jr Mr J 8 Willett entertained Prof Delegates to General Association J C Willett 8 II Bland E W Elrod B Elrod Lynn College Revs W N Wil- Â¬ F Hagan II Hayes Harry Scott J P liams and Kimble Elizabethtowti Iter Jenkins S J Duvall It 8 Dowell and Overall and Mr Rogers Glendalc Mr John Wortham and wife Long Grove J II Jenkins W II Gwynn was appointed to Mr Williams and sister West Point Elder Mr I 8 Roberts entertained J O preach tho next Introductory sermon nnd King wlfo nnd daughter Little Bend Elder J S Hill as alternate Elder K C Kimble read a report Miss Lillie Scott nnd Rev F II Qulnn on Foreign Missions Tho mission field Hnrdinshurg Mrs Zick Herudon and according to the report is covered by daughters Misses Eva and Maud Brand main stations 50 Out stations 101 enburg A V Williams Geo T Cox and Missionaries all told 185 Churches HA Miss Alma Nail Louisville Church members 21328 Increased lost Mr S II Bland tho present Modera- Â¬ year by baptism 024 by letter 77 restor- Â¬ tor is not a preacher but a Decon and a ation 12 Attendance in Sunday school very handsome fine looking old man if Contributions 504427 2271 Total what a charming widow on the grounds receipts from all sources during the year who was overheard to make tho remark 100iTJC9 Of this amount Kentucky goes for anything Ho has acted in that paid clear of expenses 11401 Oil The capacity for thirteen years Ho makes a committee recommended that each fine presiding officer and the best of ord church strive to inereast its mission fund er itlwayB prevails He knows exactly nnd thnt special efforts Imj made in that how to haudlu to previous question direction Elder Judson C Willett entertained Following tho rbove was a report read Elders J 11 Jenkins Sonora A M by Elder B F Hagan on Home Missions Vnrdauian Bardstown A J Ashburn In the field occupied by this convention Louisville T J Snyder Gleudale J P the report says there arc more than 20 Jenkins and wife Klizabetlitown B F 000000 people 7000000 of whom are Hagan Vino Grove II B White More than three fourths of all Lcithlleld J C Argabright Paynesvile negroes the Baptists in the United States hu 8 11 Bland nnd daughter Miss Sudie within our territory Tho Committee Nolin G R Thompson Glendale W O called especial attention to this field and Haynes J L Hynes Stithton Miss urged that it receive more attention from Allie Hart Tip Top ministers These reports were ably and intelli- Â¬ gently discussed by the ministers gener- Â¬ GLENDEANE ally many of whom got warmed up on the subject of missions Take otr that summer suit Bro Geo II Cox secretary of the Jen Owen is in Louisville this week Ministers Aid Society Owensboro came Mr Bryant tho piano man was here in nnd was invited to a scat in thu Asso- Â¬ ciation Ho also j lined in the discuss- Â¬ last week ion which consumed most of the after- Â¬ Judge Board of Hardinsburg was in noon following which tho body adjourn Â¬ town Monday ed until II oclock next morning Edgar Lewis drummer for n Cincin- Â¬ THIRD DAY MORNINO SKSSION nati notion house is nt home for n while The Association met promptly on time Mrs Lucy Hunters new house is al- Â¬ and was called to order by tho Moder most completed It is the finest private ator residence in town Prayer by Elder Snyder The tobacco crop is being taken in and Elder J P Jenkins from thu commit- Â¬ wheat sowing has commenced The tee on Sunday ichools read his report acreage will be large which was discussed at length by a num Â¬ Your correspondent has been in the ber of the ministers Tho Moderator announced the follow- Â¬ rooral deestricts for tlio last two or three days aod cant send as many items ing committees to report next year Foreign Missions II F Burns nnd as our place deserves They said that Saturdays excursion Messengers Colcsburg church Home Missons J S Hill and Messen Â¬ was u howling success but there were only nine of tlio colored people who gers Pleasant View church Statk and District Missions R C boarded the train here They got in at Kimblo and Messengers Vnlley Creek day light Sunday morning church While marly all other fruits have Elder W II Williams rend an inter- Â¬ been n failure this year there are more TJ esting report on the general interest of wild grapes than ever known before the cause of Christ which after discus- Every vine is loaded and already is the sion was adopted gatherer among the ripening clusters Hero it was announced that Elder A In addition to having one of tho neat J Asburn would preach at the stand est school buildings in tills part of the Bench Grove church was granted a stole tho patrons have equipped tho letter of dismission to unite with Nelson Glendeane Public School with appara Association tus till it is second to none in the county un motion rulers it U Kimblo was possibly Cloverport should be excepted elected president nnd J P Jenkins sec- Â¬ Their efforts In this direction hove cer retary of the Sunday School Convention tainly been successful and they are to be Bro Kimble who was a delegate to congratulated the Southern Baptist convention made Somebody from Stephensport is a val- Â¬ report of his visit to that body and uable newspaper correspondent and we tho nmourit of his expenses congratulate tho Leader upon its good Tho Boards meet as follows First fortuno to secure this ono To days meeting Hill Grove second Blue Ball mail brought us a letter from tho Sun Â¬ third Valley Creek nnd fourth Gillead day Southland asking if we could tell church wholstho writer of news and commentor B F Hagan read tho following Elder on things in general from Stephensport resolution of thanks for the Lender Complimentary things ED limited Thnt wo extend our henrly were said with these wo ngree nud thanks to tho people of this church and would odd others had we nny power to community for their very kind enter- Â¬ express our appreciation in such cases tainment while in their midst which was unnnimiously adopted by a rising Lcgranil had flt his homo Crowley J C Argabrlght Revs J William Green Win Noo nnd Mr Brown Gold Spring Mr B U J rvi cMTOWJcrjOTXM7jrAirTvgjpqTrK LJ raxHTvrraemranzwaroivYorOTzraTiz V nZMmirWKwmlitaimmiuttt fa vrt Blankets Comforts SHOES Turns Welts for New Fresh Goods Winter Wear 3 Heavy Cotton and Woolen Underwear for Men Women Hats and Caps Open New Line dCI Thursday Novelty Dress M Skirting Hose Flannels G oods New G inghams Broad Cloths Opera Flannels ji l Canton Flannels Bleached and Saxony Zephyr Ice Wool Yarn Embroidery Silks and Cottons Unbleached Colors VEST SGhool Shoes See our line of E E S verybody needs drugs ven if they apparently observe the laws of health o it is very important that Â¬ T T should purchase the best and purest o get good results herefore we merit your patronage because stock is the freshest to be had selection o pains having been spared in making its Nr O ur N Prescriptions accurately compounded at all hours PRICES REASONABLE E E SUTTON Druggist T GUTHRIE Manager Main St opp County Jail HARDINSBURG KY BKCONI DAY THURSDAY Big Lou Democrat The voters of the Cloverjtfrt Magister- Â¬ ial District are hereby called to meet in masd convontion for the purpose of mak Â¬ ing a nomination for Magistrate on Sat- Â¬ urday October 20th at I oclock p in All At the City Hall in Cloverport Ky Democrats in the District are requested to be present F N DHuv Chairman Cloverport Ky Sept 15th 1801 Mondays Owensboro Messenger says j A fir i in Henderson about 1 oclock Sun Â¬ day morning completely gutted a three story brick building on Main street oc- Â¬ cupied by John Burks an a furniture A number of other buildings store wero seriously threatened with destruc- Â¬ tion but the citizens aided by thu fire department after an hours work saved them Mr Burks estimates the amount of his stock burned at 0000 with u little over 4000 Insurance The building wu owned by Mann Bros arid was fully insureu uwenwoco Messenger I The Association met at 0 oclock and was called to ordor by tho Moderator S H Bland PrayerbyElderWil WU Hams Minutes of previous days proceed- Â¬ ings rend and approved Dr J W Warden corresponding secretary of Executive Board was invit Â¬ ed to take a seat in the body Committee made a favorablo report on the Orpans Home Tho Homo was in good condition and the health of tho in Â¬ mates excellent The 23th anniversary of tho Home takes place on tho 2d day of October to which all Baptists are cordi- Â¬ ally Invited Recent additions to tho buildings had doubled the capacity of the Home aud enough new childrou had been received to till it They recom Â¬ mended the appointment of a standing committee in each church to keep the matter before the members Elders A N Whittlnghlll and T J Snyder preached at the stand Elder R O Kimble read an excellent report or the Ministers Aid Society which was received and adopted CLAYTON QUILTING MACHINE This completed tho work ot tho Asso- Â¬ ciation After some very feeling and ap propriate remarks by Elder B F Hagan Bead What the leading Citizens Say a song by tho choir during which all Where It Is in Use and Well present came forward and gave each other their hand the Association adKnown journed with a benediction by Elder Judson Willett to meet next year with Okficbop County Treasure Coby Gillead church don Ind Aug 11 1804 We the un Â¬ NOTES dersigned citizens of Corydon Harrison Tho singing was splendid county Indiana hereby certify that the Brandenburg sent out a big delega- Clayton Quilting Attachment has been tion introduced in our town and county and There was plenty to eat and to spare to our personal knowledge a number of which are being used by our wives and on the grounds each day J E Keitli nnd wife Cloverport were thereby justly proving its superior mer its whereby wo heartily recommend it the guests of D It Shacklott to tho public for all that is claimed for it D Stith nnd Frank Nail Vino J Very Respectfully Grovo were nt W A Shacklctts O W Thomas County Superintendent Rev Wnyno and Mr Lewis East of Schools View were with Mr Sam Allen Clias W Cole County Auditor William Mover County Treasurer Brother Willett did his best to make Geo K Gwartney editor Democrat overyono feol at homo and ho did bo P O Bullit with Walter A Wood The crowd was estimated tho first day A T Fuuk M D nt 800 second day 1500 third day 1000 O E L Stepleton A Co Insurance There wero a number of visitors pre II Shuck Son Liverymen sent fiom Breckenrldgo county each W W Kintner Klntner House day Mrs Snllie K Jones Mrs Dr O F Askren Mr Clias Andorson and wife Guston Silas Brlngle County Assessor and Miss Nellie Henry Webster wero at Mr and Mrs B J Carricos Tho oldest Baptist church In the state Agents Wanted is at Ellzabethtown and is a member of We ask enterprising mon with energy this Association It is Severus Valley and push to investigate and consider the church undisputed fact that ladles using the Clayton Quilting Machine say that it is Messrs Harris and Bollinger Eliza bchtown Mrs Dr Gray and Miss An- Â¬ just the thing so long wanted and need Â¬ nie SIpes Big Spring were the guests of ed and is the only useful household necessity in unfvorsal demand having a Mr J M Tindall to await its coming Isnt Mr Judd Rice aud mother Mrs John clearfleld this true Think of t and consult J W Smith and son Harry Little Bend Ben jiman Etherton Miss Bailie Carter and Clayton at the Heyser House Master Jesse Smith Wolf Creek were Dr Prices Cratm BoklBg Pwdr the guests of Rev D F Shaoklette Perfect Made Â¬ Â¬ vote Farm for Sale One farm of 150 acres well improved with 1000 apple trees bearing with- Â¬ in three miles of Irving ton JKy Also one farm of 225 acres one mile South of Bewleyville Ky Will sell cheap on easy payments For further particulars WJ uages address Piggott IBVINGION KY NOTICE tlio All peront Indebted to ths nril K Den dceed 6t to the late estate pf II R lirm Detectives Needed Here Superintendent Chaa Ainge o National Detective Bureau Indianapolis Kittlfl anil t rnitt IT All maatntt ttul Ind announces that two or three capa Â¬ And-- aim thm Ina tula f firm- nt IIf Ifjcan UCC4H hbihj t l lt i in Inst ble and trustworthy men are needed in ru hereby note fled to produce them before mi nrnnorlv nrnn this county to act as private detectives WSDBANKiecutor Hock Kick Kv Experience In under his Instructions the work is not necessary to success FOR SALE He edits a large criminal paper and will Howling send It with full particulars which will lUrdintbitrir Hartford andllnxkenrltfKo Rrten wuih wei P cwt It fy TW sood fence explain how you may enter the jcw limber re umler Mk Mate Jf by addressing him at Indianapolis four lattinir iwnji houae and other cultli4r arm bulldi V- Ind rTVr y- - 5T -J-UT proft-s-rion mM St rdn i 1 Mt School hooks awl sohool supplies ab ivt nMifcit r iz Mvr iMf wr vr urea Hnu For ftirtlw Hock w- - JOINWAWBKiCY Vlc Ky rlIW IN THE BLUE - rvT j wpp r 1 raaw - ir t y- - - - THEl BRKGKfelSlftlibGS MBIffe GRASS 0L0VmiP3W HOLT WA Friday Smith went to Owensboro uMFs C J Fella Is visiting relatives In Cloverport Mr Will Sweeny returned to Owens born Sunday C W Moorman Jr Cloverport Is visiting here Squire D Hambletou Cloverport was in town Thursday Bro Shelly filled his regular appoint Â¬ ment hero Sunday Mrs Joseph Stewart is visitiug her parents at Clifton MIIIb Mrs Caroline 1 lager of Andyyllle is visiting relatives here Mr Chas Dutschke Mooleyville was here Saturday and Sunday Col Powers of Owensboro was up on his farm two days last week School begins next Monday There should be a good attendance Miss Lucile Longmore has returned to her homo at El Paso Texas Tho continued dry weather is causing much delay about wheat sowing Frank Carter was tho guest of Miss Susie MattinglylUtes Run Sunday Mr John Franks of Owensboro is visiting the family of Mr Chas Tinlus Miss Nellie Ford returned to her homo in Owensboro Sunday accompanied by Miss Brook Stephens There will be preaching at Persimmon Flat tho first Saturday night and Sunday morning in October every one invited L Misses Nannie Russell and Gracie Drinkwater and Messrs Rafo Cox and James Stith Tobinsport were iu town Sunday Mrs Melissa Stewart wife of Eli Stew Â¬ art of Owensboro died September 10th 1S04 near Union Slur whero she was visiting some of her children Deceased was in tho fifty seventh year of her life and was a consistant member of the Cumberland Presbyterian church at Freedom church near Garfield Mrs Stewart was a good Christian woman and leaves a husband and eight children and many frionds to mourn her Iobs FunerÂ¬ al services wero conducted by Bro Win Ifree after which her remains wero laid to rest in tho Union Star graveyard Yes dear children mother has left you A 11 J you her atixcnci feel Hut still with you the thought U left KY Debt a Factor of Prosperity Pay as you go was a favorito maxim with John Randolph but it is not likely that tho business world will ever accept it Debt is in reality tho corner stono of prosperity Of course wn mean honest and judicious Indebtedness and not the recklew obligations Incurred by vision Â¬ ary men and spendthrifts Iu a recent article on tho subject Robert P Porter says that prosperity and debt march hand in hand and the facts sustain him In this country debt is tho rule Tho fedetal government the states the counties tho cities and towns tho great corporations and tho majority of our rich and poor men aro up to their ears in debt Our national banking system is based on a debt tho indebtedness of tho government Tho census reports show that the per- Â¬ centage of our real estate mortgage in debtedness is greatest in tho most pros Â¬ perous states such as New York Penn sylvania and Massachusetts Kansas is not very heavily burdened with mort Â¬ gages Tho per capita mortgage debt there is 105 while in New York it is -- 03 In tho south tho inortgago per Â¬ centage is very low In Georgia it is only 1073 per cent whereas it is 4503 per cent In Now York in relation to tho valuation of real estate Mr Porter writes to Tho Chicaeo Inter Ocean To buy laudbuld homoserect barns and improve property debt was incurred voluntarily It is an evidence of enterprise of thrift of faith iu the future of our country of all that goes to make good citizenship Tho mortgage move- Â¬ ment when studied iu all its bearings is an evidence of the upward movement of the people of tho reaching out for laud ownership for better homes for better surroundings In doing this tho future may havo been discounted somewhat But what successful business man has Not only aro these mort not done this gages evidences of prosperity but they are as a rule the result of prosperous times Thero was a considerable in crease of debt in 1881 tho year that first distinctively shows a recovery from the great fiuaucial depression of 1873 to 1877 and a considerable increase is shown for 1SS2 Tho period of financial depression that then began almost entirely arrested the increase of mortgage debt for three years In 1881 as the depression was ending mortgage making gained great impetus ond the greatest increase for any ono year of tho decade was for 1S87 Tho progressiveuess of tho movement temporarily spent itself in that year for iu 18S8 thero was a decreasd of incurred debt although it was an increase over 1SS0 The yearly upward tendency of tho mortgage movement was resumed in 1SSI with much vigor and the readers of this journal all know what a good year for business that was This intimate relationship between mortgages and bus iness activity confidence and expansion is unquestionably established by the census figures When we look iuto the matter it Is impossible- to resist tho conviction that debt has been ono of the leading factors of our progress It has fought our great wars established our big enterprises turned the wilderness into a garden and developed our continent from sea to sea Whero states corporations and individ Â¬ uals are the freest from debt will bo found tho slowest advancement and the smallest per capita wealth and circulation But let no man jump to tho conclusion that an unnecessary debt will help him or that it is safe for him to contract a debt when he cannot see his way clear to paying it Such a debt is a curseaud it has destroyed and damned many a man Atlanta Constitution Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3 CUSTEtt N- From - High Government Authority No Authority of greater experience on food products exists than Dr Henry A Mott of New York Dr Motts wide experience as Government Chemist for the Indian Department gave him exceptional opportunities to acquaint himself with the qualities and constituent parts of baking powders Ho understands thoroughly the comparative value of every brand in the market and has from time to time expressed his opinion thereof On a recent careful re examination and analysis he finds Â¬ Â¬ Bob Trent and little son of Iniisville What a Brcckenridgo County Boy are here Saw and Heard in That Squire Harrington went to Hardiun burg Saturday Famous Section Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder superior to all others in strength purity and efficiency Dr Mott writes New York March aoth 1894 I find Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder to be superior to all others for the following reasons 1st It liberates the greatest amount of leavening gas and is consequently more efficient and The ingredients used in its preparation are of the purest character 3rd Its keeping qualities are excellent 4th On account of the purity of the materials and their relative proportions Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder must be considered the acme of perfection as regards wholesomeness and efficiency and I say this having in mind certificates I have given several years ago respecting two other baking powders The reasons for the change in my opinion are based on the above facts and the new method adopted to prevent your baking powder from caking and deteriorating in strength Henry A Mott Ph D L L D V Millard Harrington who has been in Louisville for more than a year writes that ho will leave at once for Texas Millard was raised hero and is known to every body in this part of the county Tho best wishes of the community go with him to his new home goods high Democratic legislation tends LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE iMich Meyer of Harued has been try Â¬ to lower them It was a bold assertion ing to purchase tho property of F B to say ton mon sell wool where one buys Lyons who will move to Irvlngton be- Â¬ EQUAL nillllTS TO AM AND SPECIAL 1MHV a blanket Now nono raise sheep but fore long Mich is coming up to morrow 1LEC1ESTO NONE those who farm and not near all of them and it is very likely they will mine to on Pmstok Kv Sept 20 1891 The while all other classes raise none but agreement In the event of Bale Mr HuKCKBNItllHlE NkV8 IKAR Silt nevertheless buy blankets Lyons will keep his warehouso in which Though not nil the timo n subscriber of Few farmers in our country raise many ho expects to receive tobacco again this your paper I have read it over eince it sheep those who do make tho sulo of year Its tho dwelling and storehouse was started and yet would like your lambs more an object than wool Lambs that Mr Meyer wants information sell well and sheep help to pay their There are somo cases of sincerity that You say and are complimented in so raising by being a help to keep tho farm aro funny to tho on looking world Tho saying that the Democrats of Brecken clean and furnishing a mutton occasion- Â¬ way somo things happen is funny also ridgo will not do the baby act since ally From 75 to 200 pounds of wool is But they just happen and cant bo they believe in the divine principles of about what farmers sell and a few cents helped Only a few afternoons since a Democracy difference in prico per pound in wool gallant young man and his blushing Now will you please toll the young dont effect us much But place a tariff best were strolling together We had voters of this county what those divine on wool thereby causing the price of already strolled and wero resting near principles are And Oblige manufactured woolens to bo high aud the roadside unobserved Oil in the dis- Â¬ 15IONIMK tho poor who consume tho most of them tance Blood a miserable Httlo deserted are tho sufferers YOUR WISHES IIAVK IlEKN COMPLIED hut In looking toward it he was in WITH Mr Jolly you and I have seen tho fluenced to say What it wo wero mar- Â¬ Andeiison Ikii Sept 19 1894 Edi- Â¬ timo when every man tint owned a few ried and had to live in a house like that sheep also owned a spinning wheel and tor Biieckkkimixhs Xiws Dear Sir Would you bo contented A gentle Through the kindness of my friend Mr loom and the women manufactured the wind carried her soft but enthusiastic W D Smith of Wolf Creek Ky 1 wool into jeans linsey blankets eta and answor to our car Contented Id bo have received the News once each week where more was made than tho family happy with you with no house at tho last two years and being a Democrat needed the balanco was taken to tho all Well let tho News know when in every sense I was always glad to re Â¬ stores and exchanged for such things as tho invitations aro out but dont intend ceive tho News aud read it carefully In tho family needed and coud not make to say another word till thon Dont bo the last publication dated Sept 10th I and piles of them good old fashioned uneasy for fear wo will give names until find an article on wool from onoThos J bed clothes laid in many a house whore then for wo wont Jplly in which he quotes wool at 14 perl my friend Jeff Jolly and I used to Since dehorning cattlo has been intro- Â¬ hundred pounds I will mail Mr Jolly visit somo were found in all ltut alas duced and becomo popular among us a paper containing surae prices on wool the day came when tho Yankee who got both the clipper and saw aro used effect- Â¬ from which he may gain some mforma his start by selling us niggers com- Â¬ ively but with great pain to tho animal tion that may enable him to get a better menced to put upfactories to manufacturo Somo believer in Prevention is better prieo for his wool I will address tho our wool and finally by making shoddy than cure has mado a preparation paper to 31 r Jolly in your care You goods and flooding our market with which needs to bo rubbed upon the head may peruse same and deliver to him themcompelled tho wheel and the loom of the calf to destroy tho horns almost with my best wishes to get out of the way After thoy got Be- Â¬ before they have started to grow Yours very respectfully our wheels and looms pushed aside they lieving this method to bo more human Ed Jeffries could fix the prico on our wool and tho many of our farmors have purchased the goods they made from the wool It cant horn destroying compound and aro hold good work CO ON let the be helped now We have foigotten how ing it in readiness for the coming calves Paynesville Ky Sept 21 1894 to use tho wheel and loom and our chil- Â¬ Our young merchant Gilbert Pile took Editor News I boo in your issue of tho dren would have to learn what wo have down a box aud read its directions in his 19th a letter from Thos J Jolly of Bow forgotten Jeffreally if you got 25 cents own thinking and comprehending way leyville commenting upon a remark last year you beat us If you only got 14 A smile Ill bet its good for corns mado by B F Beard that ho could sell this year we beat you and a pull at his shoe showed his pain- Â¬ woolen blankets this year for 4 that Bold Finally you are going to see better ful too sticking through the holo in his for 5 last year Mr Jolly says he lost limes unless the Democrats from a lack sock He mado the application thor-Â¬ 11 on 100 pounds of wool to save eomo of truo Democracy allow you fellows to ough In less than five minutes ho was body 1 Take Mr Jollya 100 pounds of get control of things If that happens careful to avoid all Sunday school words wool manufacture it into blankets of an we are gone to the devil CONCORDIA The first utterance suitable for publica- Â¬ average weight of say 4 pounds each While talking of those who must havo P 12 Duron made a business trip to tion was If I had to be a calf Id pray and there is saved to some poor laboring blankots I want you to know that this Louisville last Tuesday Ho wears a shoe but to be a muley men or consumers 25 If Mr Jolly did government buyav millions of dollars J W Lewis gave us on last Tuesday it Is on the other foot Ho says ono 11 tho difference in the prico of worth of blankets and woolen goods to lose more trial would take off tho too but ho wool so it is very plain that the labor- Â¬ protect the soldiors and sailors that do- - a very excellent political talk Mr Dock Frywlre of Preston was the prefers a chisel and a mallet to any wage earner who the Itepublicans ienu our common country er or tho tax on such barbarous method have bo much sympathy for just at this the same comes out of the peoplo and guest of Mr Tom Moredock Tuesday Mr Dock Parr and wife attended the mado or saved 20 by tho man- Â¬ goes into the pockets of tho wealthy time has E W Bagby a promluent lawyor of ufacture of Mr Jollys 100 pounds of manufacturer When you said ten men Association at Walnut Grove last week Paducah Ky says that Dr Bolls Pino Misses Babe Andorson and Nellie Little So much for the sold wool where ono bought a blanket wool into blankets were guests of Mrs Edith Stewart Mon- Tar Honey cured his children of whoop- Â¬ you exposed your ignorance badly now tariff May tho good work go on day ing cough when all things elso failed J M OBryan L A Foote Mr Arthur Gilllsple and sister wont Its a now romedy for all coughs For to Louisville last week to buy their fall sale by Short A Haynes Cloverport Dr Some folks will think that Dr Bells goods squire foot knocks the iilack out of Pine Tar Honoy is no better than the Miss Lizzie Pollock loft Wednesday It II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer mr jollys wool racket Co Buras Geo Hoyser Constan- Â¬ common cough remedies until they try for Wily Texas whoro she will spend Pilot Riixib Breckknridoe County It Then thoy will the winter tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett know for themselves Kv Sept 221894 I find in this weeks Miss Kittio Bailie Co Bewleyville Ky For snlo by Fallenwider Chappell and Miss Salem issue a card from my friend T J Jolly that its the best on earth are attending the Short A llnynes Cloverport Dr K Association at Buck Grove Prom Texas about blankets and wool I hardly know II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer A Miss Dink Osborn who has boon visit- Â¬ how to answer an assertion that I think 14 McKinnev Tex Sept Editor Co Buras Geo Heyser Constantino ing her sister Mrs Loo Crano of Ten- Â¬ so wido of facts Now Sir you well returned to her home near BiiECKENitinoE News As I never see nessee A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett know as does every one else that wool any thing from tills part of tho country laynesvillo lost Saturday Co Bowleyville Ky has been declining for several years like In the News I thought I would write you Miss Beulah Moredock entertained everything else It has not been long Sunday evening in honor of her cousin a few lines SAMPLE Thoso present were llwett Fryndre since wool was 28 cents This spring tho We have good wheat and oat crops MIbsph Fraukie Conway Lizzie aud An Â¬ a most of us sold for 10 cents Notwith- Mr Henrv French ol Union Star wan nie Gilllsple Annie and Tiilie Mattingly this year and corn suffered badly from Btanding Mr Jolly says he sold last yoar4 here Sunday to see his beet girl Inez and Lila Tyler and Vergiu Bennett tho hot winds In July Thero is somo for 25 cenfflund this year it was only 14 good cotton and some sorry all over tho Mies Mary Roberts is tho guest of her and Messrs Earl and Bob Mattingly cents I sold last year at 22 ronts and slater Mrs Whitworth county Tho worms have damaged the Sunday this year at 10 The McKinley law cotton crop more than one half while Mr Herman Lay of Stephonsport being in form each year I now see It somo is not hurt Other fields aro com- Â¬ was tho guest of Mlas Atuile Benuett quoted by Phil Feaman at 17 cents under pletely eat up I have forty acres that Miss Mollis McQuady is visiting her the Wilson bill and It will go higher six weeks ago bid fair for forty bales and Bowol Again Mr Jolly says ten men sell sister Mrs T K Elder at Mooloy vlllo now I dont think I will niako three Liver Complaints and As usual we are having a successful Wool whore one buys blankets Now Several of tny neighbors are in tho same Headache uso Sir I think forty men really need blank- Â¬ school Teacher Mr Arthur Mattiugly fix While the peoplo are mourning ets where ono sells wool I know aud over their losses they attended the Miss Addle Jolly returned homo Sun- Â¬ so do you that every family has to have day from rounds of protracted meetings and in a an extended visit to Hawes blankets If they aro to poor to buy vllle few miles njuare several hundred havo good blankets like my friend Jolly sleeps been taken Into the different branches of Misses Lucy and Addle Jolly and Mr under they will buy a sorry one if too CATHARTIC PILLS the church so we believe tho scripture any at all the poor woman Jesse Miller were tbe guests of Miss Ella poor to buy that says All things work together for Thoy aro purely Sunday will make a blanket of pieces of old Gibson good to them that love the Lord yegetablo sugar coated Mr B D Mattingly and family of clothes to coyer her children I assert Owing to the heavy rains the latter Bpeedily dissolved Sir that If all dont buy blankets it is HardlMburg were the guests of his sou part of July aud August there has been because Republican Legislation hag Mr Jack Mattingly Sunday and easy to take a great deal of sickness In this county Misses Annie Bennett Mollle Peekin placed them beyond their reach the Every aosa and a great many casea have resulted in higher the price of woolen goods the paugh and N4We Grant were the guest death The undertaker said last Friday mow suffering awong th poor Repub Â¬ ot MieM 1wa aiulGwWttde Brows that be had eld five eoffttM per day that ail Sunday lican Lafala4to taikto W Qauoway Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ have experienced while out of my county While driving from Eminence to Now Castle here in Henry county I was view Â¬ ing somo of tho fine Bluegrass farms and wo came to ono very fine farm which is quite attractive and my driver informed me that it had forinaly belonged to the famous Coxy tho leader of the army that went to Washington City While on this farm he dealt in extra fine blood- Â¬ ed horses etc and nourished until he went off and on his return ho brought a different woman witli him which was Ids legal wife andthe people discovered how his business run and ho was not re- Â¬ ceived so well any more and he sold the place about three years ago which is valued at 7500 per acre On arriving at Now Castle tho county seat of Henry county I found an old town which is not superior to our own old county scat Hardin8burg Next day wo came to a place called Cemetry Hill and I saw the graves of soventeen people that were killed in tho Suioots and Kobards died before the war all were buried hero in this cemetry Ono of tho parties that lies there stepped up to tho man that shot him and spit on his shirt bosom for a spot to shoot at I also passed two places where two men were hung in an adjoining county Owen Ono of them a negro which was taken from the jail by u mob the other was a white man that was hung by law He first poisoned his wife and then Buot his father-in-lahid him in the weeds until night and then wcut and carried him to a Bchoolhouse and after putting him in there he burn- Â¬ ed the house down on him Tho man that showed mo tho spot whero tho scaf fold for this man was built helped to hang him and from tho way he talked about tho negro mob he might not havo been far off when the negro was pulled up on tho limb of a hickory tree Ho showed me Owenton the county Beat of 0 wen county It is one of the nicest tow ns 1 was over in It lias very recently had a very destructive fire but they are build ing up and making quite a cozy place of it They are prepared with a fire engine now and a fine cngiuo house with a most attractive tower Last but not least is the Owenton Hotel which Is a now structure and has the latest equipments a lino dining hall and tables loaded with tho best of the season This house is run by Mrs Duvall and you enjoy it all until you leave tho hall scttlo your bill for it all You will then think of your mothers folk if you havent more monoy than I had left Through this part of the country they havo all their roads piked no pulling through mud like wo do in old Breckonridge but wo aro about on an equal with them anyway when it is all summed up as about ever fifteen min Â¬ utes drive you have to pay from 10 to 20 cents toll So after paying my hotel bills and toll when I look in my purso and examine the contents it reminds me of the 9th chapter and the 58th verse of St Luke Foxes havo holes and birds of tho air have nests but a Breckenridgo county boy has no where to lay his head aftor a few days spent here in this part of tho country When I tell the people here I am from Breckenridgo county they dont seem to understand mo they think I am direct from Col W P C Breckonridge you see this Is in the 7th district and there is hardly any person known up hero but Mr Breckenridgo I will nw retire for tho night hoping to dream of Owens triumphant victory Success to tho News and its readers It L M Joel Pilo was heie Saturday night from Glcndeane Dear John of the News While I a George Hall Is giving tlitiro satisfac Â¬ Biwkenrldge county boy am tired from long journey through Owen Gallatin tion as teacher of the public school a and a part of Henry county to day and ASipiitc Humed has bought a new seated in ray room in a private hotel organ for his daughter Miss Amelia Born to tho wife of Sandy Allgood on in Campbellsburg thinking back of homo and friends in old lireckeuridgo county last Tuesday night a boy All are O K Clint Butler and wife neo Auberry of I seek relief by giving through your Hudson were hero Sunday with rela- Â¬ columns a bit of history I recently tives Oscar Alexander spent last week In Louisville buying big bills of the whole- Â¬ sale merchants Miss Essie Board left last week to attend the Breckenridgo Normal College at Hardinsburg y A fnw peoplo up hero dont take tho News but they borrow it from their neighbors and all of us aro keeping up with tho procession of the out side world nrv jxo c nrnniss THE UNIVERSAL UNDOUJTEDLY I take OPINION Dr THE BEST In stating that EIuks pleasure ROYAL GERMETUER ts un Â¬ The Teachers Association meets here next Saturday and Vice President Hall Sidney is very auxious to have a full attendance Come ye pedagogues Cus Â¬ ter welcomes you Oscar Alexander while iu the city bought his wife a massive gold ring as a surprise present At tho same time his partner Gilbert Pile hut we are under strict promise not to tell isAs smiling and handsome as ever was Ill Vl tlltlU MO 1U 1411UU Ml 1IUIII Ulll field Sunday morning on his way to Bee Ills best She lives eight miles from his home but Sim rises every Sabbath to set there at eve und lie seldom fails jim lioen of itrpit tienrfU to me In cntarrlnl truublrs ami nerTuusirutratlon Itls iiit tajtlnsr if rj much doubted Ilia PLEASANT TO TAKE llle lemonade am I BEST TONIC IMItur KNOW OF for tnnlne uu ami lnvlcnratlne tt human JOHN C lllMUlUSS Ijstcm lnlurnlht Herald NotasulRtt Ala The rerj plenunt taMe ami hirinleM naÂ¬ ture lit KujalUermetuer Its lingular meiln aniluniiueMloiied suiprlnrlty rrcomtuen I It to tutclUKuit people ever where as the safest surct ami ln st remedy known to medical tho relief andcureof Indication Cularrh Itlicuiiiatlsm bruins nrjs Kidney and bladder Trouble Bowel Complaints Fevers and all Malsnat Disor Â¬ jiwla ders 1100 ti for WX0 Sold hy DrugRlsta Atlanta Ga Kings Rojal Germolusr Co LOUISVILLE MAHKET IlLIOliTS Correctly weekly liy Ilimphrey Inufer lro duce Commission Merchants ito Second St bet Main and Market Louisville Ky LOUISVILLE KY Sept 25 1694 Shipper should mark all packages plainly with ihlpperi Dime and post office address BUTTKU Choice country 17 18 11 a 12 Medium Creamery 20 Cj 21 KQC1S Freah 11EANS IS 1 1 1 Thit wllljuttlyileil And In that day of reckoning When wc our debt mutt pay rol hand picked Indiana Navy Old or Common and colored FKATUEKS Michigan Trlme 1IIAOU 75 to 1 I 1 65 to 00 to 10 4U 85 20 white goose duck i1 jp 15 20 25 fd Well meet her up in If we lite right day by day hen in Old No 1 She requested them to sing And tried to make them hear The favorite one by singing Hut death was then too near Hut the Angels heard her hall As they were sent from heaeu To bring her soul unto the lurd Hy whom her soul was giten Dear children mourn not for your mother She has only gone before And now she is waiting to receive You on that happy shore Hrothers and sitters mourn not For sister awaits you there In that pluce that knows no parting In that home where all is fair Father mother meet me On that bright and happy shore There well meet at the feet of Jesus Well meet to part no more Oreon pood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins Kooters tier lb IIIDKS i 1 3K M 10 a 7 10 ffeni per lb 0 14 50 bpring Chickens per doz 2 50 DUIED APPLES AND PEACHES Apples choice bright quarters to Apples average 4 to 5 1 tnf T r 124 bi 4 Apples old Peaches new Peaches old WOOL to 5 Tub washed Every person big little old or young black or white rich or poor who has over used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pro- Â¬ nounce it tho best cough and lung rem Â¬ edy on earth Its truo too bo wo guar Â¬ antee Forsale byShort HaynesClov erportDr R II McMullen McDaniels M Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser Constautine A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewleyville Ky Urease fine lrt Grease coarse 14 Merino 10 Uurry and Cuts 10 MISCELLANEOUS Tallow 3 ih Beeswax Sorghum Molasses 30 a HAY UHAIN FEED We quote price to day on Louisville 21 Cp 23 a 17 5 16 12 S 13 25 35 ii 38 wharfs OATS No 2 oat HAY 32 city Strictly eholce Choice No 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw COHN white hole Choice shelled 10 50 13 00 U 00 M 12 00 10 00 Qh 11 00 4 76 50 42f 40 4 00 3 50 3 BELI0 OF WAR TIMES CATTLE Good to extra shipping Light shipping Hull of a Steamer Burned by Mor gani Order Exposed to View Thir-ty-oTho Henderson Gleaner says years ago General John Morgan and his 0000 troops appealed on tho bank of tho Ohio river at Branden- Â¬ burg forty miles below Louisville en route for a rido through Indiano and Ohio About the timo Morgans advanco KuaTrTiirrived at tho river tho steamer John T McCombs of Louisville a Louls- villo and Henderson packet whistled to land On lauding tho boat was seized and about that time the Alice Dean an elegant sidowheel steamer plying in tho Cincinnati and Momphis trado com- Â¬ manded by Captain Pepper ono of tho cleverest of men hove in sight Slio tried to evade tho army but that wus impossible The McCombs was run out Into tho river to head her off and succeeded She too was seized and the two wero used to ferry tho army over the river This having been done an order was is sued to burn the Dean and that was done Her hull eank about a quarter of a milo below the town and has remained there a hlddeji obstruction ever since This summers extreme low water has ex Â¬ posed the old hull to pluin view and an examination of it has shown it to bo in a perfect stato of preservation though thirty one years hidden from view under the water and sand of tho Ohio river Peoplo living near tho place aro now en Â¬ gaged in removing hundreds of pieces of iron and other articles of value Â¬ Tho way to cure a cough is to stop tho coughing Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey SHEEP cuts loose tho mucous heals tho lungs Good to extra shipping and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip Fair to good LAMBS cough in ono night For sale by Short Good to extra Dr R II McMul- Â¬ Fair to good spring ec HaynesCloverport lin McDaniels M Meyer it Co Ituros A Taylor Geo Hoyser Constantino Texas Rosetta Drury Benuett A Co Bewley Â¬ Louisville SI Louis ville Ky Best Butchers Medium to good butchers 3 HOGS 5 Choice packing and butchers 5 Fair to good Houghs 6 Shoati and pigs 100 lbs and under4 2 1 40 00 33 4 25 75 3 65 3 25 20 50 75 25555 40 25 6 75 5 00 3 25 2 60 4 75 4 00 75 50 4 60 2 605 R R Co 3or Stomach AVERS Big Things in Missouri U B Morgan brought iu tho champion beet It weighed 8 pounds and was Til ll I II T Ilffoct grown on his farm west of tho asylum Nevada Mall AVG00 oclck A H Snndsij Dec 17 1S93 W II Coburn of Cavendish brought Htil Hound Traini Salt Bound TVami in a bunch of sixteen Poland China hogs 62 M old Aug 30 and thoy Mall A each 0 months Kxprs Kiprs STATIONS Kprs Kxpr averaged M0 pounds each Carrollton Daily Dally Daily Dally Democrat 630pm 7 45 i IvUnn ptar 12 43pm 8 HOnm A farmer near Chlllicotho raised a 6 45 8UJ Kentucky St 12 30 815 72 8 40 West Point 11 tOjin 7 35 watermelon that weighed eighty five 7 30 8 43 7 30 1147 Howard pounds Chlllicotho Constitution Hoc Haven 11X 001 747 714 U7 I oiiB llranch 1124 7 07 Mr John L Cook Bays ho has hardly 7M 11 W 804 017 668 IlramlcnburK K ron 8 13 6 48 0 2u 1107 a melon In his patch that wont woigli 8 21 10 60 9 31 6 40 Guston from 50 to 75 pounds Forsyth Star 1060 63U 83U 945 IrvinKlan 10 41 964 8 38 614 Webster John R Bragg tolls us of a largo sun 6 ml 10O4 1033 843 Lodlburtr llower stalk Iu his garden that contains 1014 1025 865 867 IUrce 10 20 10i1l UU 662 Snple 180 largo yellow lowers which nod und 10 11 UllO 6 42 1028 Stephensport boud to tho breezes Fulton Sun U 14 10 00 6 40 1033 Addison Dr J F Land recently returned from 917 10 30 6 36 KIUI Holt 9 48 Cloverport 624 atrip to Tennessee and brought back 9 28 1060 6 21 9 43 Shops 1063 9 31 with him two ears of corn that would 9 4J SI Iman 9 33 5 09 1105 He was 964 weigh about two pounds each 1110 922 469 Hawcsville 4 61 914 bragging considerably over it when ho 10 02 1121 letrie 4 45 9 08 1130 10 07 Falcon struck J W Mlddlecoff a Deer Oropk 1012 4 42 Cayce 1134 9 04 farmer who stepped out into his field 1018 1140 4 36 8 68 Lewlsport 81111 11 4 20 8 40 Powers und pulled the first ear he came to 10 35 1212piu 4 08 825 Pates 1048 which weighed exactly two pounds 4 01 1222 1069 813 Uwcniboro Whenever a druggist tells you ho has Clinton Eye 12X1 1109 802 347 Mattingly 3 41 7 64 something just sb good for coughs grip Orlthlh lilt 1238 12 42 3 37 761 1119 Stanley etc as Dr Bolls Pine Tar Honey dont 1260 Worthlngton 7 43 330 1125 We 7 35 Heads 1267 1133 323 ytiu believe it for we guarantee that it is Oiler 7 27 Simltsvltle 316 108 1145 Remedy liJpm 114 not true We make tho genuine and 719 310 lias ctts Which 1210am 130pm arllcndcisn Iv 7054m ilUpin Used as authorize all druggists to guarantee it Directed Tho E E Sutherland Co Paducah Ky Insure Safety to ifc Haynes For sale by Short Clovtr SIK 01 LousvlIeHadInsburg Western R R Mother port Dr R II McMullin MoDanlels And Co Buras Goo Hoyser M Meyer Child No 3 TIME TABLE Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury 1801 TAKING EFFECT JULY 2t MOtHERS FRIEND Co Be wloy vlllo Ky Benuett IfcTO TIME SCHEDULE MSI 22 TO T kp w4k v Effective A wk Press Association wants one or two news-Â¬ paper co respondents in this county The work is light and can be performed by either lady or gentleman Previous experience is not necessary and some of our vouug men and women and even old men wquld do well to secure such a posÂ¬ ition as we understand it takes only about one fourth of your tlma For fur titer parUcukra address Modera Pre AasooTatkM Chieago III Newspaper Reporters Wasted Wo aro informed that the Modem 1 Rtk OMflMiMftt of Id Pilo hVtw ud fkk h iMj tttttfj Ata wife ussJ onlv two bottles She was easily and qukkty relieved Us now delng sfrteniiwiy J b MORTON tiariow n - East Hound Trains West Hound Trains DTIiy TT17 lTaTTy KTR Hun STATIONS ex Sun Uf akin ei Sun ex No 6 e nq3 nft Lv Irvliylon Ar slo gan iarnoiii llsrned 100 llatdinsburir 1 ol mm Tr AtiBSJ HWUNK UMFHU arFallsRpulv nocavaia W IttMta 6 Jlendcane Dempster Hulk Jollr Kirk 649 S0 Atalni lArrw4tUU Oaka L 1 V- - - - mn0iMfii0lfit w- - wV t- M 5 laIa rJ37rjf v P 1 THEX BRKGKHNRIDGK NHlWS 0UOVEXRFORI KY oven in h i V this If thero has been bucIi an Speak Gently toiYonr Husband I attempt nrrest mo try ine convict mo An Atchison wife has had a cruel hang mo I nm utterly unworthy of tho Ererf ilny sirtTerlnR with stomach llrer nn1 least respect ns yo i realize A man who kidney troublo Also from After effects of Uit truth told lur by n heartless doctor He mid her husband would not live would steal would kill Ho would shoot long unless he gets Boino rest 1 nst down oven tho young and innocent girl who trusted him loon sir I shall not You sec them everywhere night ns sho mil in nn easy chair and KfiQ 3fy oppose you watched him lake oil his coat un coming I am half n miid to tako you nt your fn in the ofllce put ou n gingham apron wordl cried Matey rising nnd Impa and go to work cheerfully washing tiently pacing tho lloor potatoes lor htipvr and pounding steak I shall not resist yon sir occasli nully slopping tu imiu lor the Do you mean to tell mo that you do tmhy her heart smote her not know of tho foul nttempt on this poor girls lifo on tho sea road the very hhu noticed that he looked Ibiu nnd CS8aKaj5NTllij off tnAfixtiw WNccif m IiujD day you disappeared from town careworn and that he brought lliu KM TAMtfttfAN mils AltOOATIO tCtmatltB Mr Dyo mado no reply at once but n bucket only half full of water from the Sir I will answer yon unreservedly harsh grating sound issued from bo well Acling upon tho theory that Mr Dyo without twecu his lips Maxoy oven thought ho I connect my presenco hero Their sales attest their popularity VfP had 6omo knowledge of thocrimo on tho somo degree of naturalnessnot She poke to him kindly nud her you must heard him murmur through his clinched m road ho had prepared a tcrriblo sur heart Bmotu her a second lash when he you tako in tho teeth ndmit to prise for him Ho had caused it to bo young lady tho interest looked tip surprised Was it title that Mr It F liar Hit whom I havo reared ns my Tho black heart Tho black heart at rfj Catalogue free wo our agencies understood that tho victim of that crimo daughter Sv Whilo I can havo no idea of r maic or a cclt stampv But his faded glanco was scarcoly lift- Â¬ grip with pain In my back anil Mnbs Different In the rush and worry ot stirring the C had died in consequence and then sud what your suspicions aro or of wha you ed from tho forlorn hat cr6 ho becamo medicines failed to benefit me The first dose country up to political tiuths she hud denly confronted liiin with her Ho had of Hoods Sarsajiarllla relieved my stomach I forgultcn to yon passive ngain be kind to him congratulated hiinxclf beforehand on tho would convict me I inasmuch ns POPE MFQ CO I can only say to you sir that I have continued and I am now permanently blio kissed him tenderly when he trying situation but Mr speak of tho polico infer that it must effect of this bo something of n criminal nature Tho never heard of this thing befora Bcmton New York Chicago Hartford jtSL v Dyo had scarcely expressed nioro surpriso handed her a cup of ten at the table nnd to that matter is AnDont you read tho nowspapcrs than if it had been tho most ordinary oc truth in relation child nnd I havo no hiaeyes filled with tears it whs so long nette is not my Not except by accident I havo no cured All pain has left me my appetite Is good currenco of dally life my sleep sound and refreshing and 1 am strong since ho had heard a tender word Shu claim or authority over her I novcr interest in tho world whatever Maxey spoko up sharply and well I never enjojed belter hoalth 11 Y sho has praised his biscuits then he broke down Do yon never hear peoplo talk lUiims White Mull Tennessee Now to tho business which I havo to even leg ally adopted her If my lato it was becauso and died I have heard nobody talk about this transact with you There is no need of borno my namefor tho Hoods Pills cure all liver ills 28s childs own saka but I havo been away whero I would bo wifo wished it The result of this tender little sceno your standing sir Sit down Â¬ it would bo littlo likely ta was that this morning the woman can- Â¬ Sir I was standing here said Mr Sho believed that to be brought humiliatup in tho ing for the child Why did you go away Dye thoroughly recovered from his re celled nil lecturu engagements nnd re- Â¬ knowledge that sho had no name that Becauso it was necessary for mo to crcd Auuottorf misplaced sentiment nud cent momentary weakness utterly at n sho Maxeys wnLt of liiuuos but sho was signed from nil committees waif whoso parent was in truth n havo money I havo been engaged in an Agent Cloverport Ky loss to determine what could bo tho mar She realized that since it would not do I would havo given attempt to taiso money by dishonest entirely unable to sco what shoconld do velous nature of tho circumstances that ngo was unknown to remedy the mischief Sho had waited to hire a strong girl to assist him with wo gavo her could inllueuco such n gentleman as much if tho name own sake haditbeen means an nttempt which failed as dis for Mr Dyes coming from the day sho but was astrously as it deserved the heavy housework it would bo better It was my beyourself to take tho pains to enter into worth more for her wo could do under the cir lief until 1 camo here that Anuctto had knew of Mnxey s visit to Flood street for her to stay at homo and aid him by a not very reputablo subtcrfugo to in- the best that indeed voluntarily absented herself from with despuiiiiig impatience nnd sho tender sympathy nud loving words duce so humblo an individual us myself cumstances Who wero Annettes parents my aliode as sho had threatened to da had licai d from tho Hi of Annetto of his to como to your house when a simplo Oh wives tako warning from this God knows If you will nsk tho landlord nt 40 Flood nrrival in tho homo with uu excitement written request left at my lodgings Incorporated And you street ho will tell you that I left monoy which reudeied her own absence from little tale iSpeak gently to your hue would havo been sufficient Men do not Sir I am not in his confldenca in his chnrgo to bo given to her if sho tho interview with him an almost un bnnds ere the cold Bod closes over them Annual Meeting at the Grounds nt take such pains my long cxpcricnco Now at last she felt and it is too late 1ialso thtir collie You talk that way and expect mo to returned during my absenca I had I bearable hardship with human naturo leads mo to Hay it long delayed timo had como when and biscuit could have no possiblo ill will for that tho men do not tako such pains without an belicvo you Sir on tho contrary I do not Nei unfortunate girl Neither was her lifo something of tho mysteiy of tho cruel A kind word costs so little and never ndoqeato motive inI affair on tho sei road was to be cleared gets through traveling Atchison Globe Mr Dyo said all this not as though ther do wish to bo understood ns ut- such that sho could havo acquired ene- away I havo tho mies You speak in riddles sir Would ho had any real curiosity In fact Micro dulging in profane levity Miss Maxey longed to sco tho light of Ho has ho it bo asking too much that yon should most respect for tho Deity was such a somber graveyard atmos IrUng W Lnrimore physical director tell mo tho circumstances But no you day pouied in upon this dark deed It of Y M C A phere about his voico mid manner that can havo nono for mo Des Moines Iowa says Maxey was astounded It was not will not do that for I am tho man sus- was a longing not born of curiosity tho hearer was involuntarily impressed alono All tlio sympathies of her broad he can conscientiously recommend Cham- Â¬ alono tho coolness of tho man but tho pected with tho belief that ho had reached a fDn01IT0DI Pres I think circumstances warrant a sus- and gtnerous nature hud been enlisted berlains Pain Balm to athletesgymnasts stago of mental depression whero it was sincerity and despair with which ho seemed to speak In spito of himself tho picion that you know moro than you in tho cause of tlio ioor girl whom sho bicyclists foot ball players and tho pro- Â¬ tTPFTniT RCJ i JAS- - J- - SWEENEY V P no longer possiblo to harbor a livoly in T WATKINS Treas artist began to believe him For n mo will admit Nevertheless lest I do an hud rescued from u nameless grava nor fession in general for bruises sprains terest in any affair of life UNO W CAUTEUSec outraged sensoot justico made her aglow and dislocations also for soreness and ment ho could not regain conrago enough iujustico I will toll you what yon ask Wowill not discuss that now said 1 W Slaughter f II W Miller with a desire lo know that the guilty Ho told it Mr Dyo listened motionMaxey J- - W- - McCullocli There aro homo matters which to return to tho attack Mr Dyo lifted of the muscles When applied DTiJTCrrOlc i had sullered for tlio wrong inflicted on stiffness Ids faded eyes inquiringly from tho coni W VTiylr less till tho end When it was over ho H IxlKerfl you must explain to my satihfaction bo J Q Haynes a helpless girl Tho thought that tho before tho parts becoino swollen It will remained silent i it foro I shall feel overwhelmed with a templation of his lint in r mpm ii it Tyler effect a cure in ono half tho time usually You dont believo mo ho said poriotrator of this dastardly crimo was Havo you nothing to say to this If you will henso of my own mcannos loft free to go about unchallenged and n quired For salo by A It Fisher It seems hardly possibla Do you suspect nobody asked Maxoy moro comfortablo sit down it will unmasked among his fellow creatures Cloverport Kyand Kincheloo Board Sir it is tho truth For mysolf 1 I havo nothing to say sir for yon ns it may prove to bo a somo To compete for in various departments Tho live stock will bo so arranged as was at times almost maddening to her Hardinsburg Ky would not take tho troublo to speak For Nothing what lengthy session to present at all times during the fair an opportunity to view tho stock and an ex- Â¬ her sake 1 will say to you that I tako my And to think that after all that had Not n word Sir it is immaterial to mo hibition Is positively assured that cannot be excelled in the state Plenty of water Well then cried Maxey excitedly happened on tlio very verge it seemed Prom The French Having said this with a sign that oath before Almighty God as I hopo for in all departments to her of tho most important discovthero is only ono courso open to me seemed to leave no matter of doubt that mercy in the world to come that I do There is no sweeter rrpose than that Ho was interrupted by a knock nt tho eries tho man who undoubtedly held tho ho spoko tho truth Mr Dyo accepted not know who her parents wera which is bought with labor Chan fort Ho said this solemnly and impressivedoor Annette whoso oyes wero not yet koy of tho wholo matter tho man in tho proffered chair Ho deposited his vocbegono hat upon tho center tablo ly It produced a profound effect on frco from tears implored his attention nil probability who was himself tho Will be as animating and enjoyable as any part of tho fair Sow good services Hweet remem Â¬ Under with m much caro its if it had been tho Maxey who nan never united away for a moment Ho weut into tho parlor criminal for whom they sought was in order to satisfy the scruples of a too sen- Â¬ brances will grow from them Mine proper restrictions speed cpntests are acknowledged as a legitimate accessory with her most valuable thing in tho world folded from tho leligious teaching of his youth sitive girl to bo allowed to put himself do Slnel to fairs the prizes ollered being n matter of importance to Miss Maxoy dressed for tho street his anus nud fixed his faded glanco upon Tho namo of the Deity was a very solemn the farming thing in his eyes Ho could not under- sat in one corner of the room apparent out of thoir reach forever This dis class as it stimulates tho breeding of better stock tho ruffled fur surface before him Max The races will be under stand why it should not bo in tho eyes ly preoccupied though the unusual color tressed her almost beyond enduranca ey seated himself opposito whero ho Man spends his life in reasoning on ttie supervision of honest competent judgis who will enforce discipline exact of all men Nevertheless ho mustered in her cheeks was cvidenco enough that And in spite of all this she had como could watch him narrowly tho past in complaining of tho present close and fair contests and award tho prizes only to those who honestly win up courage to renew the battle sho was disturbed by moro than ordinary without a word of remonstrance or reYou understand me I hope sir If this bo true why then did you emotions Tho artist barely noticed her proach Impulsive Miss Maxey undoubt- Â¬ and in trembling for tho future IUva- must bo explained if not to mu now to tho proper authorities at some other apjiearso excited on the night when you Ho was too much under the power of tho edly was but sho was quito capable of ro Ample premiums aro ollered and all who can exhibit anvthim of in time I havo not employed tho polico so put this child into your wifos nrms new nnd contending feelings that filled putting u bridlo upon her tonguo in a Why did you plead with her so earnestly his soul when Annette spoko to him to moment of anger for tlio very reason Brw ten st in this department are invited There aro people who do not know far in this matter for reasons of my own to do so and thus aid iu making the to reveal that tho child was not heed anything else for Annette opened that sho distrusted her own power of Tho polico unfortunately includes tho novcr how to waste their time alone and hence exhlltion fully representative and a manifold exposition of all the products press My family affairs havo enjoyed your own Why did you even say that her heart to him and laid bare her sweet self control Not for tho Wiirld would become tho scourge oMmsy people Do of farm garden and household industry the earths generous bounty to ull tho publicity I caro for of lute but if tho truth wero known it might bring nnd forgiving nature us sho never had she have uttered n syllable that could by Bonald tillers of her soil you to tho gallows any possibility wound tho sensitivo spirit dono before if necessary I havo fully mado up my And sho pleaded for tho Surprises liko this may btartlo tho token of his regard for her which ho was of Annette nud sho did not daro trust mind to sacrifice my own feelings in A marriageable girl is a kind of mer Â¬ this regard I must inform you at onco calmness of effrontery but thero aro tho least in the world desirous of grant- herself to enter into an nrgument with thut tho polico would bo very glud to fow surprises sulliciently strong to over ing But what could ho do under tho spell her brother in her presenco So sho had chandise that can be uegotlatedat whole- Â¬ TUESDAY OCTOBER 2 FIUST DAY como out into tho freer utmosphcro of sale only on condition thut one takes a 1 Trot 230 clan know wheru to And you and it remains come the calmness of despair Mr Dyo of her presence Howcouldhosay No 310 00 was utterly unmoved Ho replied in his even when tho granting of her prayer tho street 2 Pace for you to say whether you shall let 240 elai part at retail A Karr 100 00 somberost tones was n cold gloomy afternoon in It would allow to slip through his fingers them know it in person or go from hero 3 Ilunnlng Mile daih 300 00 Sir you must bo awaro that tho tho first real key to tho mystery of tho January Tho sky was dark and threat n free man A lover is a man who endeavors to bo WEDNESDAY OCT 3 SECOND DAY moribund when npproaching dissolution sea road which lie felt ho had over hold cued snow Miss Maxey was well wrap Â¬ Maxey had been awako nights plan 4 Trot 300 clan moro amiable than it is possible for him enters frequently into a stago of halluped up and rather enjoyed tho crisp at 259 ning his procedure at this interview Tho beautiful face turned toward him so 5 Pace 22J claaa 300 0 D At this point in tho case ho had always cination Tho mind wanders If it wero beseechingly the dark eyes emphasized mosphera It was certainly an antidote to be this is the reason why almost all n Illuming Three quarter mile cHh worth whilo to defend myself I should her words so eloquently that ho had no for tho fever within her lovers aro ridiculous Clianifort 200 00 pictured tho trembling villain as turnSho walked down tho fow paces which ing palo and saying Oh Mr Maxey say that my poor wifo was not herself power to resist THUItSDAY OCT 4 TUIltD DAY 7 Trot Sho could not forget that Mr Dyo had wero necessary to tako her to tho high do not deliver mo to tho police and 1 that sho exaggerated 23S eUif When women have passul thirty tho o jroi fm This was simply unanswerable and brought her up had given her n homo picketed fence that separated tho street will tell you everything I but inreulity i jear oiu 150 00 strangoly enough it was the first timo it that ho stood to her in place of a father from the river For a moment sho first thing th y forget is tho age when 9 Itunnlog One and a quarter mile ilaih tho presumable villain opened his un i0 00 had occurred to Maxey Tho artist felt Shu could not Itear to think of his being looked out over tho waste of whitened they have attained forty they have lost all blanched lips to say in an entirely steady FRIDAY OCT 6 FOURTH DAY tho groundwork of his hopes giving way persecuted or molested on her account ice and in that moment an idea camo remembrance of it Ninon do Leuclos voico 10 Pace Free for all 30000 you sco heron man who for years beneath him but ho forced himself to If ho would not sjieak let him remain to her out of so littlo do great things Sir 11 Trot 230 class 300 00 silent Tho pist was passed Would not sometimes arise If Miss Maxey had nud years has been struggling in tho face assume n skeptical air and to proceed You can tell me I suppose how you Mr Maxey give her his promise not There may bo as much courage dis- Â¬ 12 Running Three quarter mile beata 500 00 to gono her customary way up tho street of great nnd insurmountable odds nud became possessed of this child SATURDAY OCT O follow up that dark matter further Mr into the main avenue sho would doubt- Â¬ played in enduring with resignation tho FIFTH DAY who has mado n failure of tho struggle Sir I can assuredly less havo wandered about tho neigh sufferings of tho soul as in remaining 13 Pace Consolation Muxeydid not want to but for her sake I do not know what you mean but you 100 00 In tho nuiiio of goodness vary your Mr Maxoy would and ho did borhood till sho had got tho better of firm under the showers of evidently desiro to instituto legal proshot from a 14 Trot Coniolation too 00 form of address n little cried Mnxey her emotions nnd havo returned homo 15 Running Half mile heat I promise you ho said at lengtli ceedings of some nature against ma battery Napoleon 100 00 I will detain him no longer I will resigned to tho inevitable and so tho You havo my full and free permission so exasperated by tho inevitable prefatory In raeei on lax day all honea that have not won firat luoney during thli fair sir Mr Dyo looked up with mild tell him that ho is at liberty to go whero part that sho was to piny in the unravel are ellglbl e to da If I am accused of anything I caro 10 per cent entrance fee charges on all racei except Saturday racei when no entrance fee ho pleases nnd that I do it for his ing of tho sen road mystery would novcr All religions are moro or less mixed will be ehargad not what in tho category of crimes from surprise in his faded eyes Two hpraea to atari Since it annoys you sir I will Entries for racea poaltiyely dole on Wcdneiday havo been But ut tho moment when bIio with superstitions daughters saka larceny to murder I shall not tako Â¬ Ietty Man is not reason- September 20 1894 It is Oh no please dont tell him that looked out between the pickets tho idea able enough to content himself witli a the troublo t deny it When this man effect unnatural and you put it on for rremluin list apecd progr immes entry blank and all uber Inormatlon will be camo to her that she might by remain It is not necessary tl at ho should know brought mo to your door I was wonder furnished You nro n gentleman sir I cannot that I interceded Jri im I would rathing whero she was get a better view of pure and sensible religion worthy of tho on application to the secretary at Owensboro Ky ing if it wero possiblo for Providcnco so Vollairo contradict you Dyo than sho had been Deity tho somber Mr er not far to havo relented toward mo as to bo W GARTER Secretary Maxey bit his lip Very well then said Maxey So ablu to obtain in the house through a opening for mo n means of honest and Mr L D HAEK is lessee of all privileges Do kind enough then to go on half opened door It was only this and bo it manly employment I camo hero ns n Somo women havo in the courso of no moro It was n dark night sir said Mr All that followed camo grad- Â¬ Ho left tho room nnd dismissed Mr last effort in that direction With the their lives a double engagement to sus- Â¬ Dye looking as though ho wero drawing ually and step by step Belfry from his post in tho halL resul of this experiment in mind I Her brother had expressed his inten- Â¬ tain equally difficult to break or to dis- Â¬ shall uover try it again No sir Do tho wholo sceno out of tho rufiled sur As ho was holding tho door open for tion of dismissing Mr Dyo at onca Tho simulate in ono case the contract is I was coming what you please with mo I will employ face of his forlorn hat no counsel I will mako no defense Tho homo from n low resort I stumbled tho sly landlord to pass out Miss Maxoy mysterious visitor ought by this timo to wanting in tho other tho heart La be coming down tho stairs and out into Bruyere law may tako its course Tho remainder up my steps unsteadily and fell over n swept by him on her way to tho street of my life tho manner of my death is a biuidlo that was lying outside my door and as sho went sho flashed into her tho street Sho drew her veil over her It was littlo Annette stupefied by tho brothers face n look of mingled pity and fueo and turned toward tho door Almatter of total indifference to me The f agio the king of all birds Is no- Â¬ contempt which mado him fcol decided Â¬ most at tho same instant tho woebegone effects of somo drug which had been Tho voico had still its theatrical ring ted for its keen sight clear and distinct ly uncomfortable given her I took her in to my wife hat tho shiny coat and all that apper Â¬ but underneath it all thero was n grim vision So aro tlioso persons who use Sho thinks I havo yiolded to Annetto tained thereto emerged into the open nir ness nnd n sincerity that carried with it and that jioor unfortunate woman who ho reflected and no wrecked her life when sho married mo too readily Mr Dyo did not look about him His Sutherlands Eagle Kyo Salve for weak tho conviction that ho meant what ho oyes styes sore eyes of any kind orgran head did not 6ccm to be capable of holdsaid When tho tiimucd Maxey could conceived mi affection for her at onca doubt sho is right No doubt I hava Still ho could not retract his promiso ing itself erect His oyes wero fixed on ulated lids Sold by all dealers For Wo never had any children Sho desired speak ho exclaimed now Ho went into the room whero tho the ground Ho plunged his hands deep sale by Short A Hnynes So you confess your sharo in tho to keep her I permitted her to do so Cloverport That is tho whole story Do not think I somber man still sat into liis coat ockots and set out with a crimo without equivocation HH McMullin McDanlols M Mr Dyo I havo only one moro ques- Blow and not exactly steady step toward Di wish to bo short with yon I will an Sir I can only confess tho truth but swer any question you think it worth tion to ask you Havo you told mo ev Â¬ tho avenue Almost involuntarily cer- Â¬ Meyer Co Burns Geo Heysor Con as I am not a man of veracity that Drury erything which you beliovo it is neces Â¬ tainly without reflecting upon whut sho Btantinej A Taylor Hosetta would havo little weight If you havo your whilo to address to me sary for mo as tho guardian of Auuotto Bennett A Co Bowleyville Ky Did hi leave tho city immediately any uvidenco at ull of miy wrong dealing did Miss Maxoy followed him at tho to know aft nnd tho child on my part an ignorant mid uncultivated sanio slow pac When ho readied tho I did Sir I have nothing moro to say Politics in Hancock Jury would undoubtedly do your work corner ho stopped nud looked up and 1 havo done sir Why Most all the candidates for pounty offi- Â¬ uulcouvict mo of nuvthlinr I look liko down tlio street as if undecided which My business perhaps it would bo Mr Dyo arose calm and unmoved way ho a villain I havo nil tho suspicious and had hotter taka Miss Maxey ces have been out in the county this unoxplainablo habits of n villain Twelvo franker to say my means of livelihood now as ho had been at first smoothed slackened her paco lest sho should ovor week Politics in the back part of the necessitated it off his hat with his glistening slcevo average men would say at onco Ho is country is a littlo exciting nnd promiso What has been your means of live- Â¬ put it uiMJii his head and mado tho fol- Â¬ tako him villain Let ns punish him a After a niomontary hesitation ho to become more so One candidate has lihood lowing speech And you iiavont a shadow of a sus Ilia decision Ho took tho way to Swindling in nil its various forms I desiro first sir towarn you if you mado refused to speak to his opponont nnd picion of what yon would bo accused the right Wns ho going back to Flood Maxoy sat staring in bewilderment for wish to retain me to have mo urrostod also refuses to givo any reason for not Sir of what uso is it to question mo Necessity is u stern law I must cat If street His last movement would indi doing so Hawesvlllo Clarion If I say no you will not believe ma If somo minutes methods cate Ily what thero is nothing for mo here I shall not no that ho was not though tho crookod I say yes I should only lay mybolf open of tho city leuvo oven ly tho meanest methods Do you remain here I do not much think in this a matter of btrects might went ou to further questions which it would bo doubt Ho wtimiMwwmiiwmimmifm in wish mo to give n cataloguo of my view of tho manifold vicissitudes of lifo impossible for mo to answer nud then I could get relief tho samo slow unsteady dejected liiuu- you would not IxjIIovo ma In nny caso crooked ways It would no doubt bo in aud tho uncertainties of tho appellations nor Presently ho crossed tho btreet and from a most horri struct vo to you which control human events that if Get up a club of 5 new subscribers and get I should bo n liar and mi cquivocator in ble blood disease I Never mind that cried Maxey with you let mu go today it is ut all probablo turning into u branch thoroughfurowont one of these watches free had snent linnitmtei your eyes Tho shortest way is t6 call up towurd tho heart of tho city Miss suddon energy Answer mo this Wero yon will ever sco mo again of dollars TRYING various remedies tho polico nt onea Sir I havo used aland physicians none of which did me I You nro ut liberty to go whero you Muxoy followed though sho kept upon cohol very freely of lato yeurs nnd it you concerned in tho attempt to murder tho other side of tho wuy anygoou my anger nails came off J EHE1PEST TIME KEEPER will suid Maxey ON If you havo told EARTH has partially succeeded ilB achieving the this child Annette and my hair came out leaving met Mr Dyo sprang to his foot with a force mo tho truth there is no reason why result to secure- which I teamed to liko TO UK CONTINUED ictiiy uam i men went to chair and stood with yon should not If you havo lied to me that overturned his Id it in blunting my senses and brutaliz American Lover Movement Requires no Key a horrified look fixed full ou tho artists settle it with your conscience ing my intellect but 1 havo yet remain face His lip trembled nnd his voice falWhen tho children drink bad water Ho opened tho door Mr Dyo said not Hoping to be cured bv this relehrated i ing to mo I think I may say without It will keep accurate time Will not get out a word Ho made a profound stago bow and eat too much green fruit or havo treatment but verv sonn exaggeration suilleient penetration nud tered when ho asked ofxirdor and in every way give entire satis Is that is that your suspicion settled his hat moro Irmly on his hood the stomach acho or dlarrhcea from any disgusted and decided to TRY sagacity to understand that a gcutleiuau action It is an American Watch the liko I am not hero to talk of suspicions and stalked out i ne ettect of which has never been offcrtd before on was liko yourself doos not tako such pains to cause you neednt bo alarmed about Aud that is tho cud thought tho them If yon will get a 25a 50a truly wonderful I such terms become possessed of tlio person of a so Â¬ I am asking yon a plain question bus bottlo of commenced to re-artist with somo bitterness of iny ex Â¬ Dr Bolls Secure five now subscribers to the cial outcast liko myself unless ho bo coptiblo of a plain answer look Antl Flux they will bo at play ffWfmr afrp ttMnr Gradually tho horrified faded out perience as a detoctiva liovea such a step of supremo impor Â¬ in half hour after the first dose For sale flefstbotlleand bv e time I had i tance Doubtless you havo your theo Â¬ of his face Tho lock luster eyes sought -- by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr the surface of tho hat again Ho turned btn iK wo SiASSS CHAPTER XL cu4 by SSries I lint Snilnit - wrlMh hit intt Â¬ and carefully restored the chair to on upIt II McMullin McDanlels M Meyer JalhS MAXEY TRIES WM 5 LOOMIS Shwvert U Doubtless I hava You havo parried right position boforo ho replied And secure one of these Watebea Miss Maxey weut out of tho house in A Co Iluras Geo Ileyser Consta- Â¬ Oar Book on k DImm and in TrMtmtnl my question very ingeniously Mr Dya 1 would rather I would much rath iuiIIkI r iu nr Ballavoiuo plate with uo definite pur ntly A Taylor ltoeetta Drury Bennett Let me see whut you will say to the er ir tho accusation should come in pose swirr spBcmc co mui a iu view Sho was disappointed Co Bewleyville Ky You spoke of the troth in the any ofhor form bm but go on sir go on vexed even offeuded bf wlwtsliuognsid- m9mmmmmmmm in the truth Vlmt matter Was Sick reTjt jSiL if Â¬ yS y I Columbia 1 I Bicycles S 3i Ml Â¬ Â¬ Hoods5 Cures yf Â¬ Â¬ rr4Juu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Davies County Fair Co Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ October 2 3 4 56 94 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r Â¬ Â¬ 1 Very Liberal Premiums Â¬ Â¬ The Speed Department Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Floral Hall Â¬ Trials of Speed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ v Â¬ A Â¬ Â¬ WATCH FREE For 500 Â¬ Â¬ BEFORE 5 New Subscribers and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HOT SPRINGS Wmi i -- BRECKENRIDCE NEWS Â¬ X T 6 n t iS irtmfiW 1 LTJ ATTORNEY loit offiee Gws Town News 20 L00AL BREVITIES Nou W3gJ7 limn y -- In AT LAW kranlr Hiitxurs Mrs Kanpy Hardin an nged lady and sister of Mr Thoa J Jolly of Ilcwley vllle died at her homo near Sample last wwtk CLOVKHPOUT KY flics with David H Murray oua door abore W K lMr qr it Born to the wife of Robert C Mattlngly Sept IK 1891 a girl Miss Reed Mc C Klnly This Is the tenth child and all -zers boys but seven Notico to Subscribers Tho pay car caino in last evening on The date on the label indicates the time to Capt J II Rowland has let the con- Â¬ This serves which jour subscription la nlil Umo tract for tho building of his two Btory n expiration notice every both ns a receipt Kxamlnc the date printed after Your week Blankets Free wool tarlir off Sul- Â¬ resldenco to James II LowIb Work name on the m irgln of this paper and see If it Is correct If not correct please to let us know If zers will begin at once has expired please renew at once your time A chango in weather means a chango Stader Hall for correct prices on in underwear for your small chango wo meat N PERSONAL Mr William Hall is sick with malarial have some underwear wo will cxehango F 1 ilagood was In the city Sunday you for it Sulzers fever II 0 Willis teturoed to Louisville Monday Mrs William Hall is raising some very Get ready for tho Owensboro Fair Orrllle T riklllman went to Cannelton Sun flue chickens on her farm She has 100 next week day Very little sickness in town so tho Bprlng chickens among which aro some II 0 Murray went to Owensboro Saturday Plymouth Rocks eight weeks old that doctors say night weigh threo pounds was In town K Flilior of Owensboro J Horn Sept 20 to tho wife of James Housekeepers stop that complaining last week Ryan a girl Courtney Long of Owensboro spent Sunday about not getting good lard when it isnt Visit us for a trial purchase of meat In the city but a few steps to Chas Lishens where Hall Mrs 0 E Lightfoot returned from Louis- Â¬ SUiler it can always be found ville Saturday Perfect poems in ladies hats at Miller Tho danco given at Tar Springs last James Stewart Of Webster was In this city Lightfools Wednesday evening by our young gen- Â¬ last Thursday A new dress making parlor just oponed tlemen in honor of visitors was one of Mr Morris Beard of Hardlnaburg was In on Main street tho most enjoyable of the season this oity Sunday Mr Eli Garrett is able to bo out again Wo have secured tho services of our Dr David White of Stephen port was In upon the streets the city Monday former trimmer Miss Ida Howell of F J Ferry went to Louisville Sunday re Â¬ Tho Star Saloon you should visit for Louisville who wo guarantee to give turning Monday excellent drinks satisfaction Give her n trial Miller A Mr 0 L Cornwall of Qlendeane was in Fresh crackers and cakes just received Lightfoot this city last week at tho Oity Bakery The K Ps of Owensboro aro prepar Â¬ Dr J II W Frank of Bewlsy vllle was In ing to keep open house to their visiting Wo are up to date in choico millinery town last Thursday brothets during fair week An excollent Miller Lightfoot W V Ilowmer and Sam Board went to Â¬ Sunday Hardlnsburg Mrs Ben Noble is convalescent from musicale is on the program for Thurs day uigtit John Powell of the Meade Messengerpass spell of sickness her od up on tho train Sunday Messrs Coleman Blake and Jas GofT Our aim is to keep nothing but tender Miss Annto Grant spent Thursday with the two of Cloverports oldest citizens were meats Stader Hull Mines Holt at Holts Bottom in n buggy out driving last Friday It Flannels to make warm dresses for is quite a rare occurenco to see two gen- Â¬ Misses Lula and Beadle Woods returned to their hotae In Ekron yesterday school children Sulzors tlemen of their ago together Mr and Mrs J II Logan and children A postago stamp saved on every pound x Mr Henry Gore a brother of Mrs J spent Saturday at the Tar Springs of meat nt Oluis LislinnV T Daniels this city died at his homo in Miss Minnie Murray and Olllo Tousey spent Watches are cheap Give Short A Owensboro last Thursday of typhoid Sunday with the Misses McOavock Messrs John Trent and Wm Beavln of Haynes a watch inspection fever Ho was Mrs Daniels only broth- Â¬ Hardlnsburg were In this city last week No old hats in our stock everything er and was in his 42d year Felix Elder and Louis OBrien went to Can new at Miller A Lightfoots E P Millrtt and Mies Etta Mon- nelton Sunday to witness the game of ball Tho new butcher shop is where all of nrch of Owensboro were married in that Miss Brook Stephens of Holts Bottom Is city last Thursday at 5 oclock They tho peoplo go for their meats In Owensboro the guest cf Miss Nellie Ford John T Adkins Patesville has been were passengers on tho east bound train t3IIs Eiqma Kasey and Miss Emma Bartles Thursday morning for the east are attending conferenco at Owensboro this granted an increuae of pension weok J E Allen of Cbenault Ky was David Duncan and E E Edgar inado a Mrs Orfiln DoIIaven has gono to Owens- Â¬ hero last frrulay and organized a class of run on tiictr wheels Sunday boro to join her husband wlto Is In the revenue eighteen in clccutlon Mr Allen is an Four teams loft hero for Wobster Satur-Â¬ service there estimable young man nnd should bo to haul timber for Percy Hopper Miss Mary Moorman will leave Friday for day given some encouragement by our peo Everything pertaining to the millinery plo several weeks stay In Owensboro visiting rel lino can bo seen at Mrs II V Duucans atives and friends pTrTj H Blythe of Ilardinsburg was Miss Ellzabith Skllluian after a pleasant Chas LisherJ tho city butcher has in tho city Saturday Ho informed us 1It of a week to Mr Johnson Dean of Qlen Â¬ always on hand a good supply of meat that ho would be down in a few days to deane returned home Saturday Blankets that will keep you warm assess tho town Mr Blythe is very Mr W J Sherman arrived Saturday from Sulzera much smitten with somo of tho attract- Â¬ Ml Louis Mo He returned Sunday evening through the long winter night accompanied by his wife and baby of John Burks in this city ions on tho Bowling Green road Tho friends Mr J L Bandy of Redfleld Iowa Mr Jas T Lewis wife and little daughter will be sorry to hear of his loss by fire made this ollico a pleasant call yesterday Mils lleba of Irvlngton are In the city the Our fall selection of millinery goods guests of Mr and Mrs A It Fisher cant be surpassed Miller A Lightfoot He was formerly of this county and is Miss Lula Sawyer after a pleasant visit of hero to visit his old homo and relatives The doctors say this and next month Mr Bandy is very much attached to his several weeks to her sister Mrs Lloyd of are two of tho healthiest months in the now homo and thinks Iowa tho greatest Columbus Ohio has returned home Vfiffss Maxle Bandy of Union Star la the year stato in the Union guest of her sister Mrs C S Crosson She Cool days make you feel like you need Mr R A Brashear of Gss City Ind will enter the Cloverport High School a wrap let us fit you out with ono Su- Â¬ in renowlng his subscription to the News Misses Floista Buhr and Edith Bush who lzers says Gas City has electric street cars have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Geo Those pretty new fall hats are noted Most of our manufactures are running Boyd returned home Thursday night vMri HV Duncan returned from Louis- for their cheapness at Mrs II V Dun Â¬ Everything will be up in good shape by tho first of October My oil wells are ville Saturday where she has been for the past cans week seleotlng her fall stock of millinery Nover no never could you carpet proving a success six of us have fifteen bringing in a revenue from 1800 to Jlfr and Mrs W H Downier went to Wash- - your room as cheap as you can now Yngton D 0 last Wednesday to assist In the Sulzers 2000 per week Rev Shelly preached his lost sermon settlement of the estate of the late Jo Holt Hats of tho very latest shape and trim- Â¬ LIenrs J El Monarch County Clerk and med in the most unique Blyle at Miller A Sunday night to a crowded house it Stewart DeJernette Democratic candidate for being Ills last service for this conferenco Jailer of Hardlnsburg were In town last Lightfoots year Rov Shelly has been petitioned Cutting and sewing in the latest style by qulto a number to be returned week Mrs Oscar Hayncs of Unton Star was a dono at tho now parlor by Misses Dyer While in our midst ho has mado a host passenger on Sundays west bound train en and Ballman of friends Ho left yesterday accompan- Â¬ Mr J T Skillman joined to Sklllman route Isnt that old timo piece of yours about ied by his wife for Owensboro whero tho her here gone Such a beautiful new lino at annual Conferenco convenes Mrs Daniel Shank who has been visiting Short A Hayncs Mr Jack Polk of Tobinsport Ind one father and mother Mr and Mrs J T ber Conner returned to her home near Addison IWorkmen have commenced the laying jrfthe largest watermelon growers in Perry county has one on his placo that of a new pavement in front of tho Pres yesterday weighs seventy pounds netptThe seed tMrT Owen Cunningham of Stephensport byterian church candidate for Clerk on the Republican ticket If thine eyes offend thee do not pluck wore purchased from Wm Atlay Bur was In the olty last week circulating among Company Philedelphia Pa them out and cast them from thee but peo his friends Mr Polk says If we had beou blessed call at tho Star Saloon Mrs Capt Norrls and daughter Miss with moro frequent rains it would have Tho Senn A Ackormann bottlo beer is Lorane who have been the guests of relatives gone to ono hundred pounds Ho says far suporlor to any other and can bo In this olty returned to their home in Louis it Is tho largest raisod in that county found at the Star Saloon vllle Saturday for years Miss Mary Macken who has boon visiting Good hogs were selling in Louisville Mr Amet has resigned his position as mother Mrs Mary Murray county for Lyestorday at 5C0 good lights at 5 her head salesman in Sulzers grocery de Â¬ several weeks returned to ber home in Hen Â¬ Cattle active and higher partment to acopt a position as travel- Â¬ derson Sunday The largest and most complete lino of ing salesman for Zinsmoister Bros Miss Annie Grant of New Orleans La goods ever brought to to this wholesale grocers Now Albany Ind after several weeks stay at Font Hill the millinery Mr Amet has been with Mr Sujzor for guest of Mr and Mrs 0 M Bullitt returned city at Miller A Lightfoots home last Friday A special train will bo run from this tour years and has given general satis- Â¬ accompanied t Mlis La Die Parr of Cbenault Btephensport city to Owensboro next week to accom- Â¬ faction both to his employer and patrons by Miss Lucilo Cunningham of Ho is an honest capable energetic man modate visitors to tho fairt was the guest of her cousin Mrs Clayton Tho Patton Brick Works aro shipping attentivo to business and will make a Crosson last Thursday The News fmt from five to seven cars a day of fino good man on tho road Mr and Mrs J W Mattlngly arrived Sat Â¬ wishes him success vitrified brick to Louisville urday night from Louisville Mr Mattlngly The following gentlemen made a party If you aO a judgo of quality you will leaves to day for Padris Nagrei Mexlcowbtle to spend a few hours Sunday with Capt say our candies are tho best and purest his wife remains here the guest of relatives Jack Polk of Tobinsport Messrs W Mr and Mrs J A Boyd Mr and Mrs in town 0 Reidol A Co G Smart Silas Lillatd F P Payne G Xdhn Hampton and daughter Ida Mr and John Burns carpenter at tho shops A Boyd L T Reed Dr S S Watkins Miss Lela Camp and Mrs Thoa Bohltr went to Louisville Sunday to do some E 0 Babbage F W Fralza and W S brother Alonso spent Sunday evening with woik in tho general office Smart After being thero but a few Capt Jack Polk Mrs II V Duncan Tho Milllnor hours sevoral prevailed upon the Cap Sii Llnnie DHuy and Miss Ora Alexander left yesterday to ro enter school at Walnut will bo glad to receive your order for any talu to let them see his large melon It Hll Seminary near Cincinnati Miss Rosa thing in tho millinery lino win certainly a beauty but tho tempta- Â¬ them She enters the Allen aecompanlod If you want your hat becomingly trim- Â¬ tion for cutting was too treat Ajtitovt iamjsehool as teacher med got it at Miller A Lightfoots They him to put it back soil Was purchased and Mrs W B Gardiner of Cbenault It was pronounced by all as one of the have A skilled Loulsvlllo trimmer visited relatives here last week Mr Gardiner Nover in history has the assortment of sweetest tboy had eaten this season Is a oandidate for deputy sheriff on tho RepubSquiro Ilambloton has dono some good lican ticket and ha is a popular jouug man in our goncral sundry line been so com hrork out on tho Patterson hill He has plete as it is now Short A Haynes section of the country his also saved this county over 7100 in the Mrs Owen Raltt Miss Krama Kaiey and There is a style about our hats which painting of the Cloverport iron bridgo weeks Is qulto up to date nnd ns AHm Forrest Moorman after several autumnal as and two others near town Mr Hamble ft stay at Vino 0 rove among friends and falling leaves Mrs II V Duncan ton is always taking caro ot the interests returned home last week Mrs Raltt Cleanness is tho great road to health of the county Ho makes a good Magis- Â¬ was greatly Benefitted by her trip Our soap display Is tho special feature of trate and ought to be sent back He is Mis Maud Weller after a most pleasant attraction this week Short A Haynes S S Watklns u favor of good roads too which is visit of a week at Dr and Mrs Dont buy a new fall hat until you see another excellent quality and one that returned to her home in Louisville Wednesday Griffith who our stock aaaompanlad by Miss Maya Its Out of Bight but you every magistrate ought to have If they g tc Oxford Ohio to enter sobool can seo them just the same Mrs H V are not in favor of good roads they ought Thwe atlend below comprised a party Dunean not to bo sent there Good roads are to this ttr last Thursday and wart ebaperonea the only salvation for this county And Fob Sals Drug store in Irvington by Mrs Samuel L Raiser and daughter MIm doing a good business A chance to we will never fftt them until we send Mdsr Cannsllenj Mlssa Jaipbof Evans men to the County court who are la ake vU IaJ Gwtruie Crania tad Mr Clsr- - changepiemsy reason tor selling want to favor of them my btMiUMt Chas Stlth HawMvllle Tabor of Mmms AHllla Cox Harry MTalmngar Col Art yon making prepartia for Old Pablie Sal from Louis Oux 4 Mvaral othv Crimp TttN will M lota ot hlrp Oa Saturday Oetetwr th I will Mil on my sear uuw w imhiiIuh MMr my Uw astlldftm warm and rm eadowif oa ifttIUiU Saturday and needed to d THt aver lbMitdihwt Ui Aftt to tba Tar you will nod aowthhtg too batH now iMe and wl a4 aa farming Iwplsmmu ptm ttiw Our tkMsjsabar 14th iW to get rottly w our --took ftalufa iag tby wym Iw He la tkt Â¬ Breckenridge WEDNESDAY SiJPTKMUKK 1891 Tho Star Faloon for Rood treatment The purest of lard at Chas LIbIip its Tho Star Saloon for ice cold drinks This is Methodist week in Owensboro For milk toast go to the City ltitkety Fresh evaporated ApricotB Sulzers Flannels for childrens cloaks Sul- Â¬ Mrs Julius Nolte of this city was ayvanlert a premium at the Elizabeth Kown fair for tho best pleco of fancy linen Public Sale AT lll- - -- aagaiM II - jnmUiHvUrwXisiiriiWiw nm Put taFoot Down m etching MKADE SPRINGS Bell FARM Four m6B South of Brandenburg nt Public Auction m On Friday October 5th 1894 Twenty eight head of horses consisting of Six brood Mares bred to Splendor threo good harness Mares four three year olds eight two ycor old3 four yearlings and four weanling Colts all of said colts being tho get of Messenger Aberdeen Star Hcrmont and Splendor Two good work horses and two fine work mules I will also soil a quantity of Farm Implements etc such as Wheat Drill Corn Drill Binder Harrowotc Also Buggies Harness etc Tho terms of this salo will bo very liberal which will bo made known on tho day of sale Thero will bo conveyances from Weldon and Ekron stations to tho salo Â¬ On Sulzers strip of Doa Carpet how and neatly looks Eg see J BRANDENBURG F WOOLFOLK BRANDENBURG KY your foot in Â¬ KIr lMr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ reU-M-- gtlo -- - rUf kp preached the introductory sermon which was an earnest appeal for a higher stand Â¬ ard of Christianity I dont think the Mrs Warfiold is very ill good folks of Buck Grovo and vicinity Miss Lizzio Rawllngs is very ill again should namo Hard Times after the Father Herbuth had a good congrega- Â¬ quantities of substantials and delicacies tion last Sunday set for tho multitudes with loaves and Mrs Wm Bewloy and babe are homo fishes left over I enjoyed Bro Vorda from Bewloy vllle mans sermon In tho woods as much as Miss Pearlo Ditto is still slowly climb any discourse I over heard Ho is prin Â¬ imr towards recovery ciple of tho Bardstown F A M College Miss Miss Lena Richardson is visiting ond I promised to try and send him a Eva Richardson near Ekron pupil from our county but here came class I have a very Interesting music Prof Williams from Uethd College then all in earnest and doing good work Prof Elrod of Lynnland Well Ill not visited bo Mr and Mrs Elijah Ashcraft partial boys and girls get the cata- Â¬ Mrs II A Powell and Miss Lida last logues and if you will do your part tho week institutions any of them will not bo dis- Â¬ Bro Cherry left Tuesday for tho An Â¬ appointment Only one animal on tho nual Conferenco now in sossion nt ground suffered tho Moderators steed Owensboro He was so busy poesing npplc plo to the uulge U V l atrltign lias improvcu ItflnilUAITln It nlniiliHvi iiiSiIai sIa a rrnll as ridden down town to tho gratifl J tap of bell Dr Dowden bwas Informed of of his friends cation affairs and rushed to succor nnd save Sirs Anslein Clarkson and Mrs Ach which or was it whom Tho next As of Big Spring spent Sunday Moorman sociation is nt Gllead tho Moderators with Mrs Tom Howard home whero apple pie will bo resumed Aunt Rachaol Williams holdslher for tho Brandenburg widow will be own wonderfully well and is as jolly as there was twenty years ago sho Mr Mclllyar who has boon in the Miss Roberta Richardson left lost Sunday for Louisville after n pleasant Messenger oflico for about n yenr sui Â¬ cided nt his rooms in the St Cloud hotel visit to friends and relatives MissMary Deo Pusey has almost per Â¬ last Wednesday morning by sending a Ho had been suaded parental authority for a year oil ball through his head Â¬ and with n promise to take up scholastic drinking for sovernl days and had threatened suicide Ho was genial gentle- Â¬ duties again Â¬ Mrs Dowdy was well enough to ac Â¬ manly and had the respect of tho community He had been separated from company her friend Mrs Lizzie Board His mother is to tho Association and she enjoyed meet- Â¬ his wife for many years living and to whom our hearts go out ing old friends Ingersoll nnd whisky Miss Lidu Haynes writes that she is in sympathy were his slayers Every boy every delighted with peoplo of Patesville and that her pupils aro progressing nicely young man should lmvo gazed on him and apply tho lesson practically Our along the musical line cottage kind business men defrayed all oxpenses Mr Neal McMoniglo will put a of funeral and interment Bro Cherry on the lot adjoining tho Catholic church made somo timely remarks and all that He will move into his houso now being was mortal of boing a to whom God had vacated by Mr James Fnirleigh glvon u bright intellect nnd kind heart Miss Blanche Gilllland of Now Al Â¬ waa consigned to Mother Earth bany is visiting Mrs Blancho Fon- Â¬ Degeneration I What a fearful state1 taine Miss Blanche loves Brandenburg Wife and mother gono religion ho was and wo all return the compliment onco a Methodist fled when tho demons Misses Ada Brown and Iono Dowden infidelity and whisky took possession will go into the millinery business at and hurled his soul not to oblivion as Wo heartily no wisneu out to meet tno doom pro Mrs J Casporkos stand wish these dear good girls success nounced in Gods own word Mrs George Clarkson came from Public Speaking Elizabethtown last weok to see her Tho Democratic candidates of Breck- Â¬ brother Mr S P Woolfolk who Is still inridge county will speak at the follow- Â¬ very sick but with hopes of recovery ing times and places viz Little Willie Yearling has left Mothor Stephensport Tuesday October 2 1894 Gough and gono to his father who has Mooleyville Wednesday October 3 Will married again Poor little fellow ho can he find such a friend as Mother Program Gough The fifth Sunday meeting of Goshen Richard was Association will meet with Hopewell Sirocco comes in like himself again I believe hes had an church Saturday 10 a m beforo the affair and has only just now rovivod fifth Sunday in September I saw her at the Association and she t Shoul J we keep the Jth or first day looked oh ol the week as the Sabbath I llev W II White Mr and Mrs Harrison are visiting Should church members be discip1 Mrs John Mahan Mrs Harrisons sistor lined for refusing to support the The couple were married In California Gospel I J N Inch and ramo to Kentucky and Indiana for W Vllarrol j Should women preach Under what obligations are the 4 n bridal trip churches ot Goshen Association Associa Â¬ Mr J D Babbage was at tho to end men and money to for Joseph Dutrirtiis tion Thursday and was in such good cign fields What is the duty of pastora in 5 spirits thu Nkwb list certainly was being to their Gohen Association increased Ho is justly proud of his ex Â¬ Kev Ward churches cellent paper 6 What Is the best method of awaken mK interest in Sunday Schools Jfllrs Jennie Phillips Is home from where they now cilst and where Henderson Mrs Hodgo her niece is It Adklsaon there aro none r physicianprotests in poor health and her 7 bltould we pray for more of our against a sea voyage so sho is undecided you 11K men to lirmme ministers f Hro Qiilnn If so wh I about the trip 3 Mlslouary sermon Sunday at II is contagious Jack Hunts a Suicide oclock by Hr Capcrton Upinken character lierc sent lor inor- J 1 Duvcav Alternate Iilitrt n mi ntrvlilu clttnn TIim Inn Mori W II Rutleuue sent arrow root in capsules which Jack J D DONCAK proceeded to swallow and still survives Reduced Rates to Owensboro Pair Following aro the names of tho present Tho Owensboro Fair opens October 3 grand jury M B Dugan foreman J W B Burcb G 0 Redmon W A Allen aud runs to the 0 inclusive The LouisJames Buckman Jas Flannory D E ville St Louis nnd Texas Railway will Johnson 0 0 Chlsm W F Bogard J make reduced rates of ono faro for the W Thompson J J Kennison and Joo round trip from all stations on these dates Irvlngton to Henderson inclu- Â¬ Thomas Glendeane to Garflold inclu- Â¬ I met a lndy tho other day in search of sive also tickets good return- Â¬ Mes- sive to Owensboro mind food I took her Into tho ing on all regular trains up to and Inclusenger ollico whero I saw Prof McAullffe ding October ti and M Will Ashcraft I then took her In addition to the regulai train service to woo naturo there will bo a special train run from to the Sho is convalescent and will probably Cloverport to Owensboro stopping at all stations between these points on Oct- Â¬ recover ober 4 and October 0 allordingan oppor-Â¬ Young Flannory who killed his friend tunity for everyone to visit the fair The special train returning from Singleton with a spado while working on will leave at 6 30 p in the road near Wolf Creek had a pre- Â¬ Owensboro For further Informaton call onagonU liminary trial last Friday and was held or address H 0 Mokuuk A G P A The over on a thousand dollar bond ease Is a very Bad one and shows what Bnckleni Arnica Salve They corn angry passions can lead to The Bust Salv in the world for Cuts meneed throwing clods In mere fun till Bruises Sores Uleers SaltRheuraFeyer anger arose self control waa lost with Sores TetterGhapped HandsChllblalns lose of life Corns and all Skin Eruptions and pos Â¬ A goodly number of us attended the itively cures Piles or no pay required 8alm AsttoeiAttoa Wednesday and Thurs Â¬ It in guaranteed to give perfect sathj day Huii a crowd of peopk from our faoiloa or monyy nsfuwfal Prioe 34 adjoining toasts Bro Ilagsui wnlaperbox For Msk by A R Whr own 1 1 Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Butter-Milk-Falls CMrS5r Sulzers 3 Shoe WE We are the people for FERTILIZER With the same old Brands that have stood the test for years and have given 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 HARDINSBUItG KY SEND YOUR Straw and Felt Hats To bo colored and re shaped lo - - - FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS LOUISVILLE 711 West Jcllcrson Street KY City Barber 9 Shop When in nood of a first cla88 Slmvo Stylish Hutr We Have Secured This Cut Refreshing Shampoo Please give nio a call and Childrens LadioB hair cutting a specialty Shop at tho old stand ono door holow Short it Haynes Space To Tell YOU Something about our stock of xlruga and uiudlcintw Did It uvur strike you that you knew very little about me tneuicinca you take Thats our bualneaa to eu HkIiUb you ri g- KILIAN GOEBEL Prop Cloverport Ky FOR SALE On hundrsd anil tbre aarl of UnJ lying wllhln ona half tall of llanllniburg oa th CloTwpurt and Hardlaiburx utnplka an J lb tarns land on wbUh lb oM fair grounds stood Sixty asr of this la Is sulUtU or ouUl ration and about thirty itru In tlmbr Th and s41 watarad It bias is andsr Is a dotrabl leaattai for a good fans lias a good talldiaf Jt aad Is always aoavaoUttt TafiSM rsasanaM W Am4 to Wf gd fM KINCMOl MARMIiftMJM - BOARD CY ad aakt DRUGGI8TS J T XIMMTOW uShmtkmtt 6 IligliMtof all Leavening Power THEl miuv r- - KLHOKHJSrfelOQKl lielievo It It is n doctrine of Holy Writ It is verified by the history of Holy Writ it is verified by the hlrtory of every home it is n component part of practical part of practical religion It hnMnle moot of fact which ledeems us from despair and gives tis good cht er bi cause heaven and wo are not ftr from each NRWS OLOVHRPORT KY iinwaiMi ir i Latest U S Govt Report RoYal Breckenridge RATTLESNAKES AS Baking Powder ONLY A STEP TO HEAVEN And lie said Win art thou Lord t Anil the I oul salil I am Jciui whom thou persectilest Acts ix j other N Y Herald w m To eradicate the poisons hich produce fever and ngue Inkii Ayirfl Agiiti Cure Oome to l- - WHEN iroxx SsVtKl ABSOLUTELY PURE News 1894 It cures without leaving any Injurious effect upon the ssleiu and is the only medicine in existence which may bo considered an absolute antidote for malaria The Grand Army of tho Republic The veterans of the Grand Army who gathered at Pittsburgh last week have uow dispersed and the twenty eighth of their mutual encampments U added to the list of accomplished facts Two joint8 nbout it were of exception Â¬ al interest One was the selection of IjOiiIsUIIo ns the scene of next years meeting St lutil had been lis chief competitor for liis privilege and tho Northwest in such matters is not ccsily denied but tin re was no nslstlng tho eloquence of Col Wattersou and his picture of tho valorous little army of embryo heroes in Ixniisville so mixed up In their cradles that no one of them can tell which grandpapa it was that wore the blue and which that wore tho Then of course there was the gray pleasant prospect of a universal brevet ting by courtesy to the rank of Colonel It was a happy thought to givo this I fraternal invitation which was so prompt ly and cordially accepted The Grand Army had not long ago over flvo thou- Â¬ sand members in Kentucky and more than three thousand in Tennessee with several hundred each in Georgia Florida and Texas As long ago as 1882 it met in Baltimore and that fact suggested a contrast witli April 1801 but the present invitation from what was once a border State is no doubt a far more significant mark of the changes of thirty years Tho Union veterans will get a solid to say nothing of a liquid welcome in hos- Â¬ pitable Kentucky Another suggestive feature of tho en campment was its annual report which IX11 members in good stand showed ing on Juno o0 against tl2ti the year before The net loss of 28 172 from the list was ominously great last year there bad been a loss we believe of something over 2000 It is true that the deaths reported this year were only 7J83 against 7002 for tho previous twelve months hut there hud been also a weeding out process which perhaps became more thorough when it was at last rt cognized that the dicliue in mem bership could in longer be resisted said the CommaThese figures show nder-in-Chief that the Grand Army of the Itepublic bus rendu d tho beginning of the end Yet there aro plenty of happy encamp Â¬ ments still in store for tho surviving veterans and next years at I ouisvillo should be among the happiest of the lot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The first place to visit Is the big establishment f the T MOOItK CO Then you can by ANYTHING almost thats not nllvc or perishable There you buy direct front the FACTORIES nnd wive the regular denlciH profits Not only this advantage but the nous will snip the gois to your homes ll l K of freight if you livo within 200 miles of LohIfvMc Parties who cant come to Louisville Bhould write to this great house Headers of tho HUECKENItlDUK NEWS can inquire of the pup rns lo the kind of treatment they will get from the S T MOOHK CO Ono purchase will make n life customer of YOU Try It Kemember that the house is not like other stores it sells on COMMISSION strictly Is always getting in new consignments from manufacturers to whom money has been advanced nud whoso goods MUSI1 UK SOLD at whatever price they will blng Tho house thus repnseiits nearly every big FACTORY IN THE WOItLD speclnlly in rown J I WEDNESDAY SElTEMUKIl 20 SUICIDES A Man Who Knows It All Talks Startlingly on arfTnterestinff Subject V 7 K U Theyll get tlesnakcs aint chumps madder than anything you evtr saw if you tease em when theyre corralled Thats so And by and by theyll bang d at themselves with their big Will heads just the same as they would nt you if they could get at you and then turn over on their backs stiller than pok- Â¬ You can see ers and look just as dead a rattlesnake do this any time you get the chance to tease one and then may Â¬ be youll go nway and laugh at the snake for being such a fool as to kill himself just because it is mad at you Thats what the rattler wants you to do and the fact of the matter is that he has the laugh on you because be has made a fool of you and not of himself own life Some time when you get a rattle- Â¬ It is safe to say that this incident is as snake waked up to the pitch where he is reliable as most others which have come supposed to wjuirt himself full of poison to eight weeks There is no us from remote times and instantly die just you walk away a good reason why we may not accept it ns short distance sit down and keep quiet veritable history In about a minute you will seeyourdead Moreover it is corroborated by similar of snake raise his head slowly a couple experiences which have occurred from inches from the ground and look cauti- Â¬ time to time since the days of Paul ously about If he sees nothing to furThere is hardly a household winch can- Â¬ ther alarm him he will seem pleased not relate an occurrence of a like nature with himself and go oil leisurely about we are forced to the conclusion that his business if from what he can judge and there are more beings who are invisible from what lie sees he still has suspicions home Monday are beings visible and that he will stiffen out again and wait until than there the visible and tho invisible are supplied he is satisfied that it is safe for him to Whenever the little children tho la- Â¬ of communicating wth each return to life and laugh at the way he with means dies or tho big men want something to other has guyed you regulate their liver or euro constipation It is useless for the Christian to de- Â¬ Thats what the rattlesnake does Hu and billiousness Dr Bells Tiny Tonic clare that such miracles if they are simply plays possum on you When he Tnblets is what thay must have They gets tired and all worked up over your miracles were confined to the limits of a cure and you never feel it Purely vegeta- Â¬ given period He must accept what hap Â¬ worrying of him in tight quarters he ble 25c n vial everywhere For sale pens to day as well as what happened N Y Sun fools you by pretending to bury bis fangs by Short llnynes Cloverportj Dr centuries ago God has not changed His in his side and then gives you an imita it II McMulliu McDnuiels M Meyer to men and the necessities of Knights of the Maccabees tion of how ho wants you to believe bis relations Geo HeyBer Constan- Â¬ it Co Ultras human nature are just as urgent as ever The State Commander writes us from deadly venom knocks things out by mak tino A Taylor Uosettaj Drury Bennett After trying ELECTROPOISE ing believe die without a seconds delay Ifnngels talked with mortals from the Lincoln Neb as follows Co Bewleyville Ky time of Adam to the days succeeding tho other medicines for what seemed to be a Now then maybe you might say crucifixion it is folly to suppose that the very obstinute cough in our two children Oh I but I know rattlesnakes really dropped and wo have ever since we tried Dr Kings New Discovery nnd OTJ-R-EUnder the MoKinley Tariff commit suicide when you mako them curtain been left without the companionship of nt the end of two days the cough entirely mad and they cant get away for Ive The claim that tho McKlnley tariff We must either a cloud of witnesses left them We will not bo without it protected our industries and our wage The Electropoiso gavo me complete re- Â¬ gone up and cut the rattlers oil of them throw the Bible overboard as a tissue of hereafter as our experience proves as they lay stretched dead after biting that workers has been thoroughly exploded lief from excruciating pain in three apimaginary events or believe as eery it cures where nil other themselves They must have been dead remedies fail Under that tariff half of our factories plications I also find it good for treat- Â¬ generation has believed that the great Signed F W Stephens for they never moved State Com had to shut down nnd wages declined to ing children for their numerous ail- Â¬ falsehood of history is that there is a C T Soden with llridgoford Why not give this great medicine a trial a very low figure ments Exactly It wouldnt surprise mo if from whence no traveller returns as it is guaranteed nnd trinl bottles are you or anyone else should say that I bourn It is a well known fact that our type- Â¬ Co Louisville Ky If God is really a presence in tho free at A It expect it and it simply proves that the Fishers drug store Iteg writer manufacturers have beet selling Mr G W Flint of Skylight Ky world then Ho must bo a continuously ular size 50c and 100 rattlesnake doesnt commit suicide but their machines to foreigners 25 per cent says I suffered for years with my revealing presence There is a kind of only plays possum If the rattlesnakes hwerthan to American citizens The kidneys Inflammation of the bladder absurdity in the statement that He has Obituary you went and cut the rattles on of had American last year had to pay 25 per and enlargement of the prostate gland refuses to do so any more On Saturday evening Aug Mi death cent more been really dead theyd have bad the spoken but than the customers in foreign After a short trial of tho Electropoiso I If he ever spoke it is certain that Ho came and took from us our darling fangs in you somewhere so quick youd little countries were charged A commission um entirely relieved nnd feel twenty speaks He has neither become in- Â¬ Kmma Ituth Infant daughter of S M have thought lightning had struck you still merchant writes to tho New York Jour- Â¬ years younger You may bang you may batter the rat Â¬ different nor has He retired to some dis- Â¬ und Frank L Henninger age eight nal of Commerce ns follows I have derived more benefit liotn the tlesnake if you will but the nack of get- Â¬ tant corner of tho universe whenco His months nnd twenty seven dajs Sho was My wife recently purchased a tew Â¬ use of Electropoiso than from all other voice cannot be heard except as u dull only all ting his work in on you will hang round iwer budded here on eartlt to ing machine for 50 It wus n good ma I think it the remedies combined and uncertain echo bloom In heaven and God who doeth all chine and wo did not him still Take n rattlesnake Kill complain at the grandest invention of the ago It can Tho upper air is peopled by the depart Â¬ things well took this little treasure from him Hammer bis head to jelly and prico but shortly after a friend of ours not be p nlsed to highly Airs M E split him from snout to rattle if you ed Death does not destroy the whole us it was liko cutting the cords of our who lives in Sandoiningo came to visit Gorman Sadievllle Ky August 20 of us it simply separates by mysterious hearts to give her up for we loved liko Then take hold of his tail Quick- Â¬ iter so us and seeing my wifes machine con- Â¬ John II Davis Esq of Barboursville lliit she has gone yes untie from us forctcr er than n flash bis head will lly upward alchemy tho mortal from tho immortal cluded to get ono like it I went to the Ky Tho Electropoiso is the best all His hard foi us to bear and backward and strike on the arm or and it is only n short journey from this salesrooms with him and was surprised round doctor I kuow of My wife suf Hut It It Joy tn know In Heaven world to the other While we aro saying band before you can get it out of the to tlud that ho could purchase n machine fered from effects of la grippe for several She will be an angel there1 way Cut the anakos head from his our Good Night to tho dying they aro Wo must be reconciled to the Lords similar to my wifes for 22 50 The Bo- Â¬ years also a complication of other ailbody Touch his tail The headless listening to a Good Morning from those will for he knows best We know it is iler would not deliver tho machine to us ments Now pIio is entirely well In- Â¬ ragged trunk will strike back as readily who have joined tho majority for our good that ho has called Emma but had it boxed address d and shipped digestion bothered mo a great deal am Wo suffer from a sense of separation and swiftly as if the reptile were alive but they enjoy tho pleasures of reunion Ituth homo so soon she was so patient on board tho stcatnnr This I under- Â¬ now well One of my neighbors is using Ho you see how smart the rattlesnake is during her suffering which lasted six stand was done to prevent Americans it for lung trouble nnd reports improve- Â¬ When ho plays possum he plays jos To die is gain in a very broad sonse for Sho knew us all tip to tho even Â¬ from coming into tho store buying ma Â¬ ment it is nn exchange of hampering condi days Ho knows that if while stim for keeps ing before she died her papa came in chines at the export discount on tho ex- Â¬ As a curative agmt tiie Electropoiso he is pretending to be dead he should tions for a life without limitation Death sho reached her little arms nnd called planation that they were foreigners and can not be equaled Nearly 1000 have rise up and strike when you or anybody is meroly tho transportation of a peasant hint and then she never noticed us any then keeping the machines for use in been put out from this office in tho last else was taking oil his rattles you to a palace the environment of which gives him opportunities he novor dream Â¬ more she was loved by all who know her tliis country months wouldnt believe he was dead and would These cases aro common Cotton We abed bitter tears at a grave for she was so good and sweet and would DU BOISE WEBB at once proceed to make him so with the ed of goods and machinery aro sold on tho greet us with nsmilo Dear papa most convenient stone or club You see but there is more or less selfishness in always plan nnd it is tho same way with 509 Fourth Avenuo Loulsvlle Ky If wo had full faith in the and mama grieve not as those that have same when a rattlesnake is alive he isnt sup our grief blcj cles Olllco desks sold at 10 in New for wo know that little Emma posed to kuow what ho is liable to do future the mullled sound of sighs would no hope Tho Almighty Dollar Yoik are sold to foreign customers for when ho is dend so no rattlesnake is bo followed by a solemn conviction that Ituth is around the throne of God 28 and 7 clocks ate sent abioad for The almighty dollar says Mr Henry aware of his capacity to striko backward while we aro somewhat tho worso off by awaiting for our coming and let us pre Â¬ 350 Clews must soon assume control pare to meet her where parting will be any time within hours after he has what we call bereavement tho departed Has It will be seen from these flgurts that Money is destlnul to command no more loved one is much tho better off Hun Aunt been killed and even beheaded So a high tariff moans high prices for the not this prophecy already come to pats That is the ideal religion and because when ho is only pluviug to be dead he A M Bulley n well known citizen of home market Our people are discrim Â¬ Is not the almighty dollar now in full Isnt going to give himself away by mak wo have not yet nttaiued to it we robe Eugene Oregon snvs his wfo has for inated against and the foreigners get till Vjntrol The baleful influence of the ourselves in mourning ns though some ing u fuss oven when part of himself is years been troubled with chronic di the benefit With these facts befote us money power lit legislation hits shown being yanked off Hu might if he knew great disaster hud befallen those who go itrrhiea nnd used many remedies witit the Democratic programme of a low tar 11 during the last few mouths nnd is be Â¬ as well as those who remain If we had what he could do after he is dead and llttlu relief until sho tried Chamberlains should be hailed with delight by every ginning to attract the atteiUlou of thoao Hut he doesnt no thought of self we should dress in Colic Cholera and diarrhoea Ketnedy knew that you knew it who have heretofore regarded it as a American citis n Alantlo Consiit white rathor than black for the dead and perhaps it is just as well which has cured her round nud well tion helpful feature When capital Belzes the As I didnt hear you say that you be have won their victory uul become Im- Give it a trial and you will bo surprised opportunity that the money power gives Hove rattlesnakes actualy commit mortal at the prompt relief it affords 23 and 60 It to seek its own aggrandizement ut the Wants 310000 Damages Still further it Is an inexpristlble loss cent bottles for sale by A It suicide because you have seen them and stcnllce of the intensts of tlte people it Fislnr pulled their rattles oil without their to the religious life that we do itotrealizo Clovorport Ky and Kincheloo A Board II V Wheeler sues Go II Oglesby beci ni H dangerous showing that they felt it I take it that the radiant fact that solicitous and help Hardinsburg Ky for 10000 damages The petition al The Herald has never made an attack leges that the defendant is an owner of a on capital or wealth you never have done so If I were you ful influences are round about us in our Capital legitimate Â¬ He Well Remembered It livery coal mine in Daviess county That he ly iniployed is as m cesnry to the I never would I have noticed one thing struggles witit circumstances loved ono who has gone Is us coniclous Was there ever a time in your life employed plaintiff to mine coal and at prosperity of u nation an labor Wealth about rattlesnakes They have short memories If you should go to yank the of our doubts and fears as when he was Mr Oartloy asked Miss Itloy When the time of employment said mine was1 legitimately enjoyed is the hope and Noither his affection nor all the world seemed n dreary wasto to unsafe and dangerous and said fact was oaeoof Industry the dream of youth rattles off of ono that was playing pos at our side when your heart was starving ull In a Oi sweet springs of your life wero so known by dofonduut The defendant and desire of old uge The man who sum it would be just like him to forget his power to aid has been abated turn- Â¬ tin ho was playing possum Haulers are thousand ways unknown to us he gives ed to bitterness nnd deatli seemed tho said that the mini was perfectly safe and possesses capital or wealth has Just us us strength for the conlllct and peace of sweetest boon tho gods could offer you New York Hun told plaintiff that bo would be responsl many rights and privileges under the quoor J mind In our perplexity Indeed there was suid Jartloy earn Â¬ ble for any damage Uutt might occur law as the one who has been By unspoken km fortu estly I remember It well I was only words ho talks witit us and our Ayers Ague Cure stimulates tho liver his hold Intimate communion souls and fifteen years old at the time and was en Â¬ That on the day of ay 1801 while he nate or lets successful Hut no more was lu said mine at work for defendant during the miseries of my ilrst seasick Labor is the source capital the lever and neutralizes the malarial poisou In Were that not true then our lives nesa just after I had smoked my first ci- Â¬ Bald mine exploded Injuring plaintiff and wealth the emblem of a peoples the blood Warranted to cure would be heavily and darkly overshadow- - gar which hanjpned to be a Btrong ono and disabling him from work and dam Â¬ prosperity The righto of the one ned The comblnath u wXs tremendous and aging him in the sum of 110000 Owens Hot cUwh with tho oilier Tita Uo in- cu Jiui it is true ana we are comnel td m Boston Home Or PriM4 Cram Unking Powdr t boro Inquire by many an unexplained experience to I Journal irasU depend upon each other and WmUi Fk tHfttft Awwd three-cornereÂ¬ You have often heard no doubt sild a man who talked liko ono who would be willing to but all ho was worth that what ho didnt know It wouldnt taku lonj to learn that If you corner n rattlesnake up and make It mad It will loso all control over itself plunge it venomous fangs deep into Its vitals nud instantly proceeded to die You often read pieces in the newspapers telling you that rattlesnakes will do that Now dont you believe it It aint so ltat The incident referred to opens a very wide door and Introduces us to n series of thoughts which aro not mo e startling than they aro helpful St Paul was apparently a man of strong prejudices as well ns strong con- Â¬ victions He had a courage which ex A conservative of tended to rashness fierce temper ho could tolerate no in- Â¬ vasion of the old time Hebraism which had been sanctified by the sufferings us well as the victories of many generations When this new religion of the Naza rene began to stir the people it had a tendency to lessen their allegiance to tho synagogue its doctrines and its forms of worship Paul therefore perhaps with out inquiring into it t merits hated It Itrcathing out with a deadly hatred threatening nud slaughter armed with letters from the high priest giving him authority over both men and women he was on the road to Damascus with a boundless fury in his heart and a deter- Â¬ mination to crush the spiritual rebellion by tho most heroic measures Just before he reached the city n light shone round him which seemed to be supernattnal and the stillness of the air was broken by n Voice which came from A the lips of some invisible personage communication was made to him which he evidently regarded as coming from the other worh for from that instant the whole plan of his life was changed His desire to persecute the followers of tho Master was transformed into n vow to defend them even at the hazard of his Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jefferson Street bet Fourth STV100TE ZrHARNED iKa - FURNITURE AND CARPETS 86TWe pay freight on alll goods within 200 miles of Louisville except Mirrors Show Cases nnd goods bought nt ouction MANUFACTURERS to AGENTS LOUISVILLE Fifth Avenues Through Green Avenue CO KY Y - 8SEEES03E El Grape hunting is nil the go Farmers are busy cutting tobacco A nice rain fell here Saturday night Mrs Ann Heard is quite ill at this writing liro Dugan filled his reguar appoint Â¬ ment here Sunday Quito n largo o owd attended church nt this place Sunday Mr Forest llnynes begun his school near Garfield Monday Mibs Katie lulliam is teaching a very successful school at this place Mr Ab Goodman is visiting friends and relatives in Hardin county Master Wallace Goodman fell from n fence last week and broke his arm Mr Irvin Payne contemplates a visit to Hardin Springs some time in tho near future Messrs Mat Payne and Kd McGuffiu werothc guests of Misses Maggie- - nnd Nell Goodman Sunday evening Mrs Mart Weatherbrd of Grayson county has been with her mother Mrs Ann Beard who is very sick Misses Kathleen Alvey of McQundy nnd Josie Clark of West Louisville wero the guests of Luln nud Susic Mnttlngly last week Mr Will Mattinglvof West Louiiville came homo last Saturday accompanied by Mr Charles Clark They returned Breckenrid ge Normal Colle ge begin its second scholastic year mm Tuesday Sept 4 1894 3300 Jlfe Will pay all expenses for one term of ten weeks There will be four terms of ten weeks each and one term of Tuition 800 per term in advance Board 1000 per month every thing furnished -- Address s R P SHACKLETT President HARDINSBURG KY there should bo a community of interests between them Savings nnd loan can bo made to do more toward closing the breach now existing between these two intensts than any other ono element It seems to have come into being for this particular exigency and a careful admlnisttntion of its affairs will havo a wholesome effect Inter State Herald Â¬ S DISEASE Douglas W3 L MOP C NO SQUEAKING IS THE BEST J-- dr FRENCH 5 CORDOVAN ENAME11DCALF spFlNECAlfKANGAPDH Â¬ 435PP0LICE3SOUS 252W0RKINGMEN EXTRA FINE 2IBoysSchoolShoes Couldnt Live on Souls A clergyman whose salary had not been paid for several mouths told the trustees that ho must have bis money as his family was suffering for the want of tho necessaries of life Money exclaimed ono of the trus-Â¬ tees noted for his stinginess money Do you preach for money I though1 you preached for tho good of souls The preacher replied So I do but I cant eat souls And if I could it would tnko a few thousand such as yours to make a meal Ex 1 AHE iwjrl 32 Iijr LADIES BEkTDONGOl WLDOUGLAS wA monerBROCKTON AIA33 L purcuaaiug You can tare Became we are the largest manufacturers of advertised shoe In the world and guarantee the value by stamping the name and price on the bottom which protects you against high prices and tbe middlemans 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