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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fy yfvferKat rn - fllttp BRECJKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY becomes volcanic and Irrepressible OCTOBER 3 1894 Public Speaking Tho Democratic candidates of Breck- Â¬ inridge county will speak at the follow- Â¬ ing times and places viz NO 11 - LV s 4Jho i- - K 6 and ol tho United States The capital of the world is cabled backward and for- Â¬ ward across the oceans in the form of credit reducing rates of interest to tho minimum and levelling values thu world Tho Doclino In Pricos Not Confined over Verily this is an age of competi- Â¬ No Mortal Can Havo a Bettor Startition and tho competition of tho giants ng Point Than a Pious and to Any One Articlo or Any of organization instead of individual pigmies and it all Inures to thu benefit Soul Satisfying Homo Country of consumers Is It any wonder that combinations of capital in the fomi of Tho Causo Has Puzzled tho Students tni6ts or of labor in trades unions It Is a Thousand Times Better to Havo An strive to stem thu overwhelming tide of Honest Father And a True Hearted of Political Economy as Well competition or that great eoinineiclal Mother Than To Inherit Riches organizations exposed to Us full force go as Buslnoss Men down before it Even tho revenues or Social Position from land which Is limited in amount Tho Adoption of Gold as a Standard are being levelled by facilities of transit in which steam Is finding its competitor Dont Bring Your Daughters Up BelievIncreased Production and Distri in electricity and the trolley is fast mak Â¬ ing That the Chief End of Lire ing country property suburban and bution Responsible For It suburban property city property Tho Is to Marry a Bank statesman the merchant the publisher Account must bo no laggard if ho keeps step to MACHINERY HAS PLAYED ITS PART tho uiusio of the times It is tho appre elation of this manifested in every col- Â¬ umn of the worlds great newspaper tho A MANLY MAN THO POOR IS BETTER A merchant writing to tho New York Herald eays One notable feature of tho Herald which makes it a pleasure to business situation Is the great decline in contribute to its columnfl and if I have Ami lie left them anil went out ol the til inmil lie lodged there Millliew prices and this is not coufiued to any been nioio than usually dbcursivo I to Ilt thui trust you will pardon me xl 17 Manu ono article or any onu country After a day of eontlnous harassment in factured and natural products alike are Increase inOold Production Jerusalem Jesus needed tho repose affected textiles hardware and food all Mint Directer Preston has furnished which only confiding friendship could show the same tendency In tho latter figures to tho New York Evening PobI furnish By tho light of tho stars he branch of commerce some remarkable instances aro given by tho American which show a surprising expansion In found his way to tho little villiago of Orocer in a review of its market reports the worlds gold production in the calen Â¬ Bethany two miles distant and enjoyed dar year 1891 In his latest annual re- Â¬ the hospitality of a household consisting for twenty five years port the Director estimated that tho out- Â¬ of Martha Mary and Lazarus Flour per barrel f6 6l Purk per barrel 31 04 13 So put of this metal in the world as a whole It is left to the imagination to picture I aril per pound S would amount to a little less than fKSJ that group of four for history has given Sugar per pound 13 Si 000000 in 1894 which was allowing for us only b oad outlines and is neglectful Tea per pound 5 about 115000000 of an increase over of details What comfort came to that Hlce pir pound oOi Canned goods show even a greater de 189X From data which he has recently tired heart what subjects were diecuss pneiatiou in value Cotton prints uuottd received from the different producing re ed what hopes or fears were indulged in at fourteen cents per yard irf 185 are gionp however ho sees an output of during the evenings conversation wo 171000000 for the year in sight and shall never know But wo may venture now selling at four and a half cunts Steel rails in 1805 cost 132 per ton now the prospect is that it may go to a still to say that this Son of God found rest 24 In sotno of these branches special higher figure Every important locality and strength within tho walls of that inventions or processes have had thtir of production the United States Aus happy Hebrew home It was like a influence but in others these conditions tralia South Africa and the rest of the strain of soft musio to tho traveller who do not exiht Tho greatest decline in great gold fiehs report a large Increase has sought his couch and Ho sank into most articles has occtiried in the last in production in the past seven months dreamless sleep under its soothing influ Â¬ The steady and rapid expansion in the ence decade and this tendency has been moro The home is our asylum and tho love pronounced in the last three years than gold output in recent years makes a de- Â¬ in any previous three years Naturally cidedly interesting anl significant exhib- Â¬ of dear ones is our defence In tho plan of divine Providence the homo occupies this great chango has caused both stu- Â¬ it Thu production amouuted to 118 a position of conspicuous importance A dents of political economy and business 840000 in 1890 to 110050000 in 1891 happy homo is tho prophecy of a useful lnerfto study tho cause or causes Some to 140298000 in 1802 and to 155622 are disposed to attribute it to the adop- in 1895 According to the Mint Direc- Â¬ life for every child reared under Its be Â¬ tion of gold as a standard of Values and tors recent estimate to tho output in nignant watchfulness a homo in which The discord prevails sends it boys and girls tho demonetization of silver Others 1804 will bo at least 174000000 contend that increased facilities for pro- Â¬ United States as ho figures will produce into the world with handicapped aspira- Â¬ 12000000 or 45000000 against 150 tions duction and distribution are responsible for it A careful study of tho situation 000000 last year and South Africas out- Â¬ Ihe child who carries sweet memories dispassionate put will grow from 20000000 last year with him carries also a shield for protec- Â¬ leads the non partiban observer to the conclusion that both of to 40000000 this year while Australias tion but he who bears embittered meai tlieso forces havo contributed to tho will advance from a 55000000 to ono of ories falls easier prey to the evils which 33000000 Tho United States if this will attack A happy homo In the back- Â¬ result It is perfectly evidqut to all however that wo have been passing reckoning is approximately accurate will ground throws a radiance on each suc- Â¬ through a transition period such as the hang on to first place among the gold ceeding day oven though tho day be world lias seldom teen The average producing localities but the chances are stormy and tempestuous The good father lives in the life of the producer manufacturer or trader has had that South Africa will step to tho front boy loug after that father has crossed tho to contend against a steady shrinkage in before many moro years pass It is an emphatically significant and thieshold of a cemetery and the good tfwvaluo of the articles produced or handled The only exceptions have encouraging story which these figures mother still speaks to tho daughter when been those protected by a monopoly in tell The Increaso in the worlds produc- Â¬ that daughter has children of her own No mortal can havo a better starting Exclusive production lias tion in the five years beginning with some form protected some lMcnts have protected 1890 and ending with 1894 will bo fully point than a pious and soul satisfying others Trade marks or unusual ex- Â¬ 40 per cent which is many times creator home It is a thousand times better to cellence others Manufacturers of proÂ¬ than the increase In population or busi Â¬ havo an honest father and a true hearted prietary articles for which they have ness Moreover tho aggregate increaso mother than to inherit riches or social established a demand by skillful adver is growing greater and greater as time position An empty wallet and a fathers tisfngi liiWo been among those who have pass s An immenso stimulus has been blessing a gingham gown and a mothers r lovo are a safer equipment for tho at Â¬ been exehipt from the general tendency given to gold production by tho policy of India and tho United States tainment of happiness than millions of They have bought their raw materials at a constantly decreasing cost and being in 1S93 Tho miners finding silver pro- money without tho blessing and the uhle to control the selling price of their duction unprofitable are turning their love Wo are making somo serious mistakes product havo reaped a profit which attention to gold Tho alltged danger on this subject and they will cost us those who were expobed to the full force of a gold scarcely which the have been preaching is a hallucin- many a heartache by aud by Wo are of competition have not Steam and electricity the great factors in distribu- ation which has forever lost its power to too ambitious for our children in the tion Have been the great levellers of frighten Ecnsiblo men Thu gold pro- direction of social prominence and too duction ia much moro than mieting the neglectful of them in the direction of values Machinery has played its part and is worlds needs in the exchangee and character Daughters are brought up to believe destined to do so in a constantly increas there is an exceedingly strong probabil Â¬ ing ratio The control of labor has ity that it will do this for scores of years that tho chief end of life is to marry a always been a factor in commerce The tocomo if not for all time St Ixmls bank account und an equipage rather African slave trrtllo was a phase of this Globe Democrat than a man When the surplus becomes t a deficit however as it sometimes does question In former times the man who CLOVER CREEK and the equipage- is sold under the ham Â¬ owned a thousand slaves made a profit mer the poor girl wakes up to tho di -from their labor and became rich now eovery that she has had an establish Â¬ the man who owns a thousand horse Fai mers are very busy power embodied in machinery becomes M iss Ithoda Taylor who was on tho ment for a few years but not a home The logic of events is relentless and mu- Â¬ rich until some one who owns two sick list last week is ablo to be up tual affection which is the only thing thousand horse power or somo new Messrs James Harris and Gubriol worth living for since it sweetens aud machina representing increased pro- Â¬ llrickey made up their cano last week deepens with adversity is found to bo duction bankrupts him The wheel of Uncle Nat llrickey and Mr James wanting A love that depends for its fortune is always turning some down and quite sick at this writing continuance on good fortune has very others up All this acts and reacts on DeJernette are Mrs James Harris and Miss Maggie small value and yet marriage vows are the commerce of tho world A striking feature of the present time js the eager Parber went to Hardlnsburg last Wed Â¬ taken every day which have their origin in avarice and will certainly bo broken ness with which the Eastern nations are nesday shopping availing themselves of this modern pow Â¬ Mrs Ulrich Farber and daughter Mag unlets the avarice continues to bo satis er Tho silver using nations are getting gie were tho guebts of Mrs James Harris fled Tliero Is no other foundation for a true tired of buying manufactured products and M re Urlekey labt week on a gold basis and are buying the modern Mr llob llrickey died at his homo homo than the union of two souls by tho Other experi Â¬ slaves which manufacture these products Sept 17th of typhoid fever His re Â¬ bonds of holy affiction machinery and are not only supplying mains were laid to rest in the family ments have b en tried but no substi- Â¬ tute for that allectlon has yet been found their on n wants but are striving to com cemetery nor Is it likely that it will be pete with their vreutord In the Augtibt Thu end to bo sought Is happiness and School books and ichool mpplUe at number of Consular lb ports United if you fail in tluit you fail in jnerythinf Ststes Consul Head al Tlen Tjiiti China Oabbngus A wuuudtd heart is not healed by costly states that large cotton mills recently TUB OLD fASUIONED STYLE iiKdlcuuieut and rictus never yet sup Â¬ erected ut Shanghai mat elsewhere iu or pin givoa you a Uriel over withered Central China have placed orders with a fueling of horror pressed a High when you soo It and hojea cuuuot be assuaged by diamonds European firm In China for Cotton mill when you feel It Uko machinery amounting to 1000000 the blunderbuss ol a and splendor and many a woman has former ilecado It labig been driven to desperation and wrong doÂ¬ Â¬ Consul MclvOr a Kanagawa Japan re and clunwy but not ef- Â¬ ing because in spite of her credit at the ports that the Japanese have already fective In tbU century of onllirhtanmont you bankers she found It Impossible to ivo done the same thing and admitting havo Dr Pierce Ptauant on indiUcTonco and neglicl cotton free of duty are now competing FelluU which euro all Itvcr tm m troubles In tho most effective Ijincaahiro and New England for Wo must throw our financial theories jvlth way- Tueyro not eaury won ror to thu winds and bo brave enough to trado of the East in this great branch theyre wiall ai grain of mus- Â¬ A man is a man and Of Industry llretl has been buying our tard teed but the effect la Lut Â¬ obey natural law ing and the euro complete for a woman la a woman Whatever else ho milling inuchlney and making its own IndlgwUon Constipation lllllous lluur ground from wheat grown la Attacks Bick and Ilillous Head needs thornan needs love most of all ache nothing has been found to or this la a hard life aud love alonO Argentina cultivated with American eoual Hi we utlU of Dr Pierces Â¬ If he ploughs and reaped with American reap- invention They givo wich complete relief keis him iujrlni tor the content that their makers promise that theyll give cannot have it ho takes excitement in Â¬ ers Htkfaedon we your money will be returned stead and then tho end is not far oil The carcasses of Australian beeves and Whatever elm the woman craves it Is hem are now transported in refrigerator A plain statement of fact made by the pro phlpa by tens of thousands and dumped prietors of Dr SeWs Catarrh Itemedy U all subordinate whether she knows It or not to the confiding affection ol a manly on thu KnglUh market Iu competition your mm wull pay you WA denied her her nature I man and if tht i wlh i Miliar products of the llrltUh Ieles matter lMwba4 ill JftauA BUSINESS OURJOMES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Without thu restraining iulluencu of lovo wo all become more or less demon lac But if we have it wo can part with everything besides and still bu content That is the verdict of the generation and It cannot be reversed In your home therefore and regarding your children you should so teach tho boys and girls that they will develop in dependence of character and moral prin- Â¬ ciple What tho world may say eliould inlluonco them very little hut what they themselves think is right should influ Plain and solid ence them n great deal common sense is worth more than any Â¬ thing else Of two lovers a good poor man is better than a bad rich man Pictures aud furniture and rugs and foot- Â¬ men aro desirable in their way but you cannot afford to givo a human heart for them It may be unpleasant to live in a side street but a side street with peace Is better than tho avenue with misery Your acquaintances may shrug their shoulders it is their privilege to do so if they choose hut if the homu Is bright and cheerful what care you If fathers and mothers would seo to It that their homes are made happy and havo no other desire than that their children should make happy homes for themselves this barter and sale which enters so largely into our views of marriage would cease and the millennium would coino this way What this old world needs is sterling and unwavering moral principle and the independence to stand by it These grand qualities of character must be taught iu thu homo by parents who be llevo in them and exemplify them in their own lives r they will never bo ac quired at all After that you can trust both sous and daughters to reach a safe conclusion when they aro called upon to leave the hearthstone of their childhood and make a now homo for themselves They will have already learned that though riches and happiness sometimes go together it is better to depend on happiness rather than riches for a safe journey through life N Y Herald Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Union Star Thursday October 4 Webster Friday October C Irvlngton Saturday October Hardlnsburg Monday October 8 Garfield Tuesday October 23 Bowleyvllle Wednesday October 24 Big Spring Thursday October 25 Hudsonvllle Friday October 20 Custer Saturday October 27 Wcstvlew Tuesday October 50 McDaniels Wednesday October ill Uock Vale Thursday November 1 Maltlngly Friday November 2 Cloverport Saturday Novomber 3 The Republicans and Third party can didates for couuty olllccs are respectfully invited to attend and participate in the debates J E Monarch O D C C 5 Ivory 6oap r GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT CO In KENTUCKY Alto Wholci ile and Ketail Dcalen Shingles Laths Cement Sole AventB for Lime Yellow Pino Flooring and Colling Hair Doors Brick Blinds Sash and and all kinds of Building Material Homestead fllleJ Fertilizoro Bono Meal and Troy Orilen accointianlned with the caah promptly BANK OF Â¬ At Floats i HAftDINSBUG Capital Stock 225 000 Surplus 7 GOO F BEARD Preildont WILL JIILLKK Vico lmldent M II BEARD Caihler O W BEARD Dlr tor MORRIS KSKRIDUK R M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS B -- f - POINTERS BEST FOR 5M1RT5 THt PROCTER ft OAMDLE CO CIOTI The visitation is necessary from you to our store to be convinced of the fact A Old Reliable Firm GEO YEAKEL CO Has again made preparations for buying an Immenso That Our Fall purchasscs havo been ex- Â¬ traordinary largo this year To please any ono in variety To accommodate our big trade wo havo pur- chased very heavy from over atocke d factories wo will ho able to bo the leaders in low prices Since thotariir question has boon settled Dry Goods will bo higher onr prices will bo lower FALL STOGK We will offer now Brown Cotton for the un of price Challies worth 7J our wove filling Dress Goods Â¬ Hoosier heard Empire price Ono lot 1 c Clothes brush for Ono lot II P Corsets Fancy Ginghams worth 12 J c our price Seo our picture frames for 25c 50o nnd DSc Ono lot silk finished Suspenders worth 23o for If you need Clothing it will pay you to sco us Wo invite you to visit us 10c 21c - Home and Abroad is tho duty of everyone whether at home or travelling for pleasure or busi Â¬ ness to iquip himself with thu remedy which will keep up strength ami prevent illness and cure such ills as are liable to come upon all in every day life Hoods Sarsaparilla keeps tho blood pure and less liable to absorb the germs of disease It Gents CLOTHING You will be amazed Â¬ wortii 10 and 15o 24 sheets good noto 12 Lead pencils for 4 papers tarks our price iaper 5 c 5 c 5 c 5 c C 15c Â¬ Hoods Pills are hand made and per Â¬ fect in proportion and appearance Lic per box The Evils of Office Seeking Tho speech of Public Printer Benedict to a number of men recently appointed to places in his oflice points out in a frank aud forciblo way the evil effects of seeking public employment for support 1 do not give you these appointments because I need you he said nor be Â¬ cause I want you but simply to bo shut of you That is to say ho made places for them on account of their persistent 1 personal-necessitie- Good purse wortii 15c for when the price you Good heavy blacking brush wortii 25c for hear G SHOlvS That are comfortable to all HATS and CAPS Tho swellest Fall styles FURNISHING GOODS Beyond ques- Â¬ tion c 10c ive tis a look we will do the rest GEO YEAKEL CO BRANDENBURG KY Ladies Greatest variety II03IHRY An unequaled line No tariff this year vV GLOVFis FLANNFL All grades NOTIONS Assortment excellent NKW DKESS GOODS WE ARE SOLE AGENTS IN THIS COUNTY FOR THE SALE OF THE i w ssyj ysjyt anti-silve- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pleading and their known s I warn you ho continued and to save Eonio money and get out of here to bo ablo to hold up your heads and go homo and do something This advico applies to all those who aro hold- Â¬ BIG SPRING KY ing positions in the different departments at Washington Their service is of a kind that takes away their independence and self reliance and otherwise unfits them for the duties of life The salaries that they receive aro generally smaller than those paid in the various forms of regular industry and commerce and at thu most they can only hope to earn a living with tho haunting fear constantly present that thoy may bo turned outnny day They thus become drones and syc ophante and when they loose their places they are porfictly helpless Iu vlow of thesq well known Injurious effects of tho sort of occupation that is offered at Washington tho wonder is in your mouth indicates that any intelligent young man Is willing Bile and shows that to accept It aud yet tho applicants al- Â¬ your bloods wrong ways largely exceed the number of places Thero seems to bo an impression that somehow it is bolter to work for SARSAPARILLA the Government than for a private firm will set your blood right and or corporation and that to livo in Wash Â¬ ington and be a part however unimpor- Â¬ cure your Dyspepsia tant of the political machinery tliero Aches and Nervousness implies moro happiness than can be se- Â¬ Pains Tone you up all over Try cured by staying at homo and engaging one bottle and be sure to ask in a legitimate and permanent business for Neats This view of the matter Is a miserable fallacy as every one finds out who puts It to a practical test Too young man who wants to succeed in tho world can Neats SarsaparilU is for sale by not afford to take the chances of disap A R FISHErVDrugglst pointment and demoralization that are Cloverport Ky involved In that kind of sin ice It means tho underminding of his man hood tho forfeiture of his eelf rospect the loss of his real opportunities of pros SPEEDY and LASTINO RESTJITS FAT You U pt rity Such is the lesson of xperlenco Simple Ho cm stay Ciftfti sumloconrenlcnee AB061UTXIT as illustrated in thousands of casos To Ihto thin from any injurious lubtlance be a department clork at Washington is max ABEoitras ixbuczd W GUARANTEE CURE e ralund jour mousy to throw away ambition to bury talents Irloe MS 00 par bottle Snd4c tor If t till to wear a badge of eoverlty There Is UIKJHONT MUSICAL CO Boston Mas to nothing In it that makes it preferable any ono of the numerous ways in which BE8TINQUAUITT IN QUANTITY energy cau bo profitably exerted In pri Â¬ IOST vate lifo and it should bo shunned as a tomtation that leads ta inevitable fail- Â¬ ure fit Louis Globe Democrat Jacob Meyer kkUk TRSTB NEATS J 1 A tv J wS v J M A 1 Â¬ Quality and Purity Unexcelled Recommend ed by lending physi Â¬ cians W 0 BOURNE AW ZLsTIEVITT Vlioli ilc anil llctall BRANDENBURG IUilli KY 11AUPEH DANIKL BKOOKS BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO v Commission Salesmen of Live Stbck CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILl KY Â¬ TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT BOWLING GREEN SOUTHERN -- Â¬ BiisinAM Cnl OOWLINQ GREEN fa I mQwllC6t A 1 PEOPLE V Normal School ESTABLISHED COLLEGE I BUSINESS nil any time The treat BuiIntM Training School ol the South I Knglith Sclentltic and Classic Teachers Music Art and Klocutton provided 1 nooK rvecpini snori nana ieielrrapnir 1 ype I i ourses Lov rates of board and tuition bend or WrUlnir and PenmanshlD PudIIs can enter at or Send lor catalogue I catalogue SOUTHERN NORMAL SCHOOL K tSTMontloa Course desired Address CHEBBY BROS Proprs Bowling Qreen Ky I ooesepcRQAY RATES The most centrally located Hotel In tho city WORMS WHITES CREW liiHKnJi I gMBIB Â¬ Â¬ I would rather trust that nedicino than any doctor I know of Bays Mir Ilattio Mason of Chilton Carter Co Mo in speaking of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemedy For Bale bv A it Fisher Cloverport Ky Board Hardlnsburg and Klncheloe Ivy VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS I W Dr Prices CrMiq BakliigPowtUr WnMi Pair rHgbMt Motel aaj MftMsa EVERY I0TTLE IUARANTEEB OLD HIT AII DKVeeiUTN iicniautos Minium ro it iwm Has led all WORM Remedies rcc- J -- - ni irv i rw1 f JOHNSON Z3SJ 55 JOUISYILLE KY vj -- a iy WJaiJR WWT iyV m t- C- 1f VC s f 9wgi1yim rwvrr V THK Breckenridge Jao D fc BELELGKE1NRIIDQEX NEXWS by a sermon from Bishop Duncan There was hardly standing room for tho great congregation Tho bishop spoke an hour and a quarter His sermon was replete with facts logical aifd put in a most pow- Â¬ erful way Ho spoko as only a bishop can speak I couldnt attempt to givo you anything lie said The text will probably suffice Philllplans 4th chap Â¬ ter lOtli verse But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in This was expa Â¬ glory by Christ Jesus tiated upon for moro than an hour and tho great audience nt eager to catch every word Tliero was preaching at all the churches in tho cith Tho present session has been a great succiss Tho next Conference will most likely Ky go to Madisonvillo At tills writing the appointments have not been read out but I do not think thcro will bo many changes in the Klizabethtown districts Tliero wero a number of young preachers admitted to the conference this year whom I think A good many will go to the mountains of tljoyohler ones aro not feeling very cojifortable either Those who are attending tho Confer- Â¬ ence from Breckenridge county aro as follows Mr Charles Miller sr Mr and Mrs G W BcardMrs Lane T B Henderson Miss Mittie Fraizc Mrs D S Richardson and her daughter Miss Sallle Miss Emma Kurlz Mrs Ricketts Mr A B Skillman Mrs Dr Smith Win Cain Miss Ada Hanks Miss Tula Daniel Miss Esther Haynes Miss Tida Mercer and Mies Mittie Breeding Â¬ OJUOVIR PC i V BRANDENBURG Miss Lizzlo Rawlings has improved since my last letter Our typhoid fever patients are all im- Â¬ proving but still havo fever Deo Pusey Is in tho County Clerks office to nsslBt during court Chas M Nevitt came home last Fri Â¬ day from Cecillan College quite sick Dick Ditto has a position in Owons hoi o as clerk at tho Kentucky Hotel Mrs D W Lewis has declined her trip to Kansas at h ast for tho present Miss Eliza Johnson accompanied Mrs Chapeze Wathen to Owensboro to re Â¬ main for a short timo John Powell lias chargooftho Messen Â¬ ger and I hope ho will tho It over all difficulties and make it a success firs Strother and her son Dr Will strother of Big Spring wero in town last Thursday the guest of Mrs Tom Howard The Braudinburgs and Ekrons played last Saturday at Ekron with the score of 34 to 20 In favor of Cupt Deo Puseys team Mrs W F Grinnoll will go to Louis vlllo shortly to take items iu millinery and will trim for Misses Dowden Brown Theso charming fall da a havo enticed merry groups to tho woods in search of wild grapes which aro moro abundant News and METHODISM J MONTGOMERY Speaks in This City Is Grootod With a Largo Crowd and a Royal Welcome Ho V 0 BiHtge Editor Proprletn 3 189 Ef Eg WEDNESDAY OCTODEIt Preachers Laymon and Visitors Snliorlptloa Price 100 a Tear In Adfance If Paid at the End of thn Tear 125 Entertained Sumptuously at Owonsboro Tho Conference a Big Thing and Attracts Many Pooplo to tho Town INCIDENTS OF THE MEETING Blankets Comforts SIX PAGES 1 SHOES Turns Welts for G oods WORD TO OUR FISCAL COURT Â¬ Makos a Plain Statemont of TitK following from the Hartford Her ald la timely and calls attention to a Facs And Pleases tho Pooplo FOR HIM New Fresh Winter Wear matter in which not only tho members of the Fiscal court should be interested in but every live progressive farmer and business man as well We print it for tho benefit of tho members of our own Fiscal Court which is now in session and ask that they take some action that will give us a system of good county roads which we so badly need Dont talk about it gentlemen but act Do something and do it quickly Tho Are tho present mem Â¬ Herald says bers of our honorable Fiscal Court famil iar with the very excellent road law which awaits but their sanction to beÂ¬ We come operative in this county fear they aro not and this is written in the hope that they may givo tho subject tho study which its importance demands beforo they meet next month and wht n they do meet proceed to give tho county an opportunity for good roads By doing this thoy can erect for them- Â¬ selves a monument before which their fellow citizens will forever pause to pay tho tribute of their thankfulness Tho people of Warren county have mot in mass convention and adopted tho following resolutions relative to road working Â¬ DEMOCRATS ARE I Wc heartily recommend the taxation sys tem mprovided by the new law and the pay Â¬ ment or all taxes In money Instead ol labor i We recommend a tax not exceeding 10 cents on lloo together with a capitation tax ol We recommend that a tax be levied at the 1 October term or the Ilcal Court and the ytem be put In operation the ensuing year Sixteen out of the eighteen of AVar rcns magistrates are in favor of tho new law and it will bo put Into effect by them Why may not Ohio as above set out county join in the march of piogress The object of the Republicans in plac Â¬ ing a bounty on sugar was to buy the State of Louisiana and other sugar mak Â¬ ing States and the beneficiaries aro now trying to deliver tho goods but they will signally fail There aro a great many other peoplo In those States besides su- Â¬ gar makers who believe with the Demo cratic purty that a bounty on cotton corn wheat or any other crops is just as proper as on sugar and they will say Let the sugar mak Â¬ so with their votes ers go to tho Republican or to sheol The democratic party will bo better off Â¬ without them Interior Journal Tin following from tho platform of tho Ohio Democrats strikes us as being a pretty good plank on tho sliver question It says Â¬ We dissent Irom the Presidents views con struction and treatment of the sller question believe thit silver should be and therefore restored to the position It occupied as money prior to its demonetization by the ltepublican party and to that end we favor the unlimited free coinage at the letfil rite ofiO to I with equal IcKal tenJer power If there is anything unsound or not in accord with Democratic principles in this plank wo fail to sco it It is clear and strong on a most vital question It means a restoration of silver to its right ful place and that at once The Hon Chas lilanford got a clianco Ho pre- Â¬ to air himself last Saturday views very creditable with sented his ono exception ho spread over too much He denounced everything the territory Democrats had ever done from V2 to 14 but never intimated once what lie or tho Republican party would do if restor Â¬ ed to power Ik Hill is elected Governor of New York lie will bo tho next President of these United States Wlion ho proclaims I am a Democrat it stirs the boys and theyll stampede to him just like tho New York Democrats did tho otiier day in their state convention which nominated him Â¬ Ik tho Hon Jonas D Wilson makes many moro speeches like that ono ho made out at Hickory Lick last Saturday night well have to send him on to New York for a pair of now jaws Those old banes cant stand Unit kind of racket all through this campaign The cofleo crop of 1 SJ Is estimated at 12500000 bags tho largest in tho annals of tho trade and 2000000 bogs in excess of tho consumption A drop in prices is expected 1 It Is a fact that for years no civilized country except our own lias imposed a Will tho Hon Chas duty on wool lilanford deny this llusiNEsi failures strikes low wages and low prices for farm products aro the direct results of tho workings of the Mc Kinley law You can tell exactly where Mr Mont- Â¬ gomery stands on the two vital questions beforo tho country Tho tariff and sil ver Mr Montgomerys eloquence abounds in his plain statements of facts William McKinley is announced to speak in Louisville Oct 18 Give Jo Iffackburn arousing reception next Tuesday i - j Cieau the track the candidates am comln Democrats The voters of the Cloverport Magister Â¬ ial District are hereby called to meet in mass convention for the purpose of mak Â¬ ing a nomination for Magistrate on Sat- Â¬ urday October 20th at 1 oclock p m at the City Hall in Cloverport Ky Ail Democrats in the District are requested F N DHinr to be present Chairman Cfewport Ky Sept 15th 1861 OwExsnono Oct 1 1804 Tho Meth odist preachers havu had charge ol Not a street Owensboro the past week or an avenuo on which you could travel but what you met a preacher They wero scattered all over tho city and en tertained Bumptiously in tho homes of theso people Tho Louisville ConferWithin the ence is no Btnall institution last fifteen years it lias grown in member Â¬ ship to such an extent that I doubt now the ability of a town like yours to enter- Â¬ tain it llowover old Cloverport did do it fifteen years ago and sho did it hand- Â¬ somely Tiiomembership has enlarged so now however that no town of limited proportions will undertake to do it Not only has the Loulsvillo Conference grown in members but its financial interests havo increased largely and its church property and all of its connectional interests Tho statistical report shows the follow- Â¬ ing number of churches 404 value 730 803 number of parsonages 111 value 128525 Tho Louisville Conference has The a total membership of 41852 members contributed to Foreign and Domestic missions last year 341065 The conference has been largely at tended here this week showing the fact that the peoplo are largely interested in its annual proceedings Tho members as a whole are made up of a substantial body of men both clerical and lay and they arc a credit to the great institutions Some ol the big guns of of Methodism tho church have been hero and they have cspous d the cause in n wonderful degree One of the best pulpit orators in the conference is the Itev II C Morrison Morrison is a Kentuckiau by birth and comes from that part of tho statethe noted Bluegrass region where orators aro born Ho is masterly eloquent and powerful as a pulpit orator His sermon here a few nights ago electrified everybody that heard it It was the talk on the street tho next day and pronounced by all irrespective of denominational creeds as by far tho best sermon that had been delivered Dr Morrison has been in the south eight years but lias recently re- Â¬ turned to this conference where he will probably remain Ho is now tho nils- sionery secretary Another minister who has attracted attention is Dr Pigert of tho Missouri Conference Dr Pigert preached on Friday night at a meeting of tho preachers Aid Society He got off on to tho doctrines of tho church and warmed up the Methodists to a degree they certainly had not felt for a long timo Dr Hass tho editor of the Nash- Â¬ ville Clnistian Advocate was expected here but did not arrive Theso and a number of others aro the lights of the church To hear them and see them gives you great inspiration One little incident that came up in the conference room on Saturday had a ten Â¬ dency to creato considerable warmth in discussion but for tho wise counsels of Bishop Duncan Tho question launched upon was tho second blessing theory Everything was moving along smoothly but when this matter was brought out by a brother tliero was an under current running throughout tho whole delega- Â¬ tion that you could seo was ready to Hash in an instant Tho trouble arose out of tho Itev Bryant A C undid going into another preachers charge and con- Â¬ ducting a holiness meeting Tho law of tho discipline says emphatically that one preacher has no right to go into anothers work and hold a meeting without an in- Â¬ vitation This was what one of them claimed the ltov Cundiff did Cundiff being a strong advocate of tho second blessing theory his manner of conducting that meeting was not approved by tho preacher iu charge A referenco to this brought up the question The church was crowded and everybody was on tiptoo to hear how it would terminate Tho good Bishop heard them a few mo Â¬ ments and then interfered and said Brethren if you want to quarrel do not contend about tho purity of life If you must growl quarrel with whiskey its a great evil continuing ho said that no preacher had the right to cut and try to fit every man to his own little bed Ho said John Wesley had that trouble with Thomas Maxwell and Wesley proclaim- Â¬ ed to him that tho church was greater than any one man The church and the doctrines of Wesley were still hero and he hoped no brother would emulate tho example of Maxwell This checked any Tho further exer further discussion ciscs of Saturday morning was tho ad dress of tho Bishop to the young minis-Â¬ ters The address was to young men who had been preaching two years and were now ready to be received into full membership of the conference The Bishop said that honesty and earnestness was better than genius and eloquence He advocated an educated ministry and cautioned the young men to imitate no man The whole address was full of good advico exhorting the young men to lives of consecration and industry The Sunday morulnglove feast was conducted by the Rev L B Davidson Thin man venerable iu years is loved or his pious life and ids long service in tho Conference The death of Thomas Bottomiey leaves Davidson the oldest Ilia talk on man In the Conference Sunday morning brought team to many eyes The Love feast was followed at It a in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Appointments Following are the appointments made by the Louisville Annual Conference at tho meeting just closed at Owensboro Owensboro District S X Hall P K Owensboro Settlo Chapel G C Kelleyj Owensboro Main street J S Chandler Oweusboro circuit W F Cashman Yelvington Silas Newton Oakford R B Campbell Calhoon R Y Thomas Beech Grove J P Hogard Hartford E E Pate Hawesville U G Footc Patesvillo mission F M Petty pibver port S G Shelly Ceralvo circuit J C Brandon Lewisport W R Godby Pleasant Ridge O F Williams Fortls ville T F Rowland South Carrollton R B Bennett Liyermore J B David- Â¬ son Lowisburg and Drakesboro L W Browder Rosine to bo supplied by G J Beam Klizabethtown District S C Allen P E Elizabethtown J T Cherry K Breeding Hodgensville G S King Vine Grove R C Love Brandenburg D F Walton West Pcint circuit U S Tabor Big Sprine Geo F Cundiff Long Grove S P Styles Falls of Rough W V Laimborth Silas Spur- Â¬ rier superanuated McDauielsvJ B Galloway Stepheusport O F Hartford Constantino llenry Strother Louisville circuit J Goodson Wolf Creek W A Heines Lcitchfleld B A Cundiff South Leitchfield E N Mttcalf Millerstown J U Watson Educational secretary R V Browder The Hon A B Montgomerys ncep lion in tilts city last Saturday partook somewhat of an ovation Ho arrived on tlio 11 oclock train and registered at tho As soon as ids arrival Heyser House was made known many of the leading Democrats of the city and county called on 1dm and gave him a cordial welcomo He was announced to speak at 1 oclock but it was thought best by the local com- Â¬ mittee in order to havo n good turn out to postpone tho time until 7 oclock When this was announced it did not meet with tho approval of thoso from tho country who had come specially to hear him and ho decided to speak both In tho afternoon and evening Contrary to expectations lie had a crowded houso in the afternoon mado up of substantial farmers and business men and at night he was greeted again by a largo audience of both ladies and gentlemen Mr Montgomery makes no pretentions to oratory He deals in facte rather than high sounding words and makes plain his views on the issues and leading ques- Â¬ tions which tho peoplo uro so deeply interested in Ho prefers facts rather than clap trap assertions and inuendoes which ticklo rather than inform tho peo- Â¬ plo of what Congress lias done Mr Montgomery gavo an account of his stewardship in Congress explained tho delays in legislation cause of the panic the financial situation and made it plain to tho peoplo who was responsible for all tho shortcomings of that body Ho convinced his audlenco that ho thorough- Â¬ ly understood his business in Congress that he was honest and conscientious in his views on the public issues beforo tho county and that he was with the peoplo of tho peoplo and that ho was better equipped now to represent their best interests than ever beforo and if again honored with the high position he would certainly put forth his best efforts to that end He talked for nearly two hours and had the most marked attention Mr Montgomery will re- Â¬ throughout ceive a larger vote iu tills county and especially in this city than he ever got before notwithstanding this is the home of Mr Murray his opponent in the primary Thero is not a Democrat so far as thoItKus knows but is Ills friend and warm supporter AT 1IEWIKYVILLK Heavy Cotton and Woolen Hats and Caps Open New Line Underwear for Men Women Thursday Novelty Dress Skirting Hose Flannels Goods than usual Catarrh Cannot be Cured with local applications as they cannot reacli the seat of the disease Catarrli is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to euro it you must tako internal remedies Halls Catarrh Curo is taken internally and acts directly on tho blood Halls Catarrh and mucous surfaces Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by ono of tho best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription It is composed of tho best tonics known combined with tho best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces Tho perfect combi- Â¬ nation of tho two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in cur- Â¬ ing Catarrli Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O CSySold by Druggists price 75c HOLT The river Is on a rise Henry Miller went to Louisville Sun Â¬ day Mrs Hattie Smith lias returned from PittBburg Jack Frost made his appearance here the 21th hint Reuben Reynolds is visiting relatives near the Tar Springs Mrs Sallio Miller of Cloverport is visiting relatives here Elmer Boultinghouse of Addison was tho guest of Miss Nannio Russell Sunday Miss Annie M Payne of Toblnsport was tho guest of Miss Mary Weatherholt Sunday Mrs Hattie Smith and daughter Miss Katie have gone to Owensboro their future home Messrs Manning Carter Greenwood and Beavin took a lino lot of logs to Tell City last week The music party at Mr and Mrs J II Weatlierholts Saturday night was In every way a success On Mr Joo we dont believe you stand any show at Toblnsport when our goes over Mr Walter K sMiss Nannio Adams of this placo and Mr Perry Drinkwater of Birds Point Mo will be united in tho holy bonds of matrimony Tuesday Oct 10th 1891 Â¬ At Bewleyvillo on Saturday Mr Mont Â¬ gomery was greeted with another large crowd mado up of both ladies and gen- Â¬ tlemen He went over the same ground in his talk tliero that ho did in tills city His plain way of putting things and his readiness to discuss these questions with his opponents and thoso who differed witli him won for him many words of commendation not only from his friends but from Republicans At the conclusion of Mr Montgomerys speech tho Hon Chas Blanford aroso and spoke for about an hour in answer to what Mr Montgomery had said Mr Blanford got off in his usual style and mado a very creditable speech from his standpoint He liko all other Republi can oratois held the Democratic party responsible for everything that had hap- Â¬ pened in tho last eighteen months He paid Mr Montgomery the compliment however of being honest and conscien- Â¬ tious In Ids views and said if a Demo- Â¬ crat had to go from this district ho would rather it would be him than any Demo- Â¬ crat ho knew of The discussion passed off very pleasantly and both sides seemed to bo well pleased Thcro is no disaffection at Bewlevvillo either with Mr Montgomery or tho nominees on tho county tickettho Dem- Â¬ ocrats claiming that they will poll their usual vote Â¬ Tho eagle the king of all birds is no- Â¬ ted for its keen sight clear and distinct vision So aro thoso persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kindorgran ulated lids Sold by all dealers For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Di R II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer fc Co Buras Geo Hoyser Con A Taylor Rosetta stantine Drury Co Bewley vllle Ky W E Bennett Brown Irvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky CLIFTON MILLS The young men have never practiced enough to play at Sunday School and now Dick Ditto has left It interferes with arrangements Charlie Moreraan Jr has a situation with Mr Deveroux of Owensboro French Island I think is tho field of Charlies operations Mrs lone Dowden lias been in Louis- Â¬ ville two weeks taking Items in millin- Â¬ ery Sho is at homo now witli a full lino of ethic head affairs Misses Lewis Herndon and Pusey aro anxious for a reading club Wo will meet decido on the courso to be taken and settle down to work shortly Percy Young has gone to Florida to accept a position with Mr Marcus More Percy man on his orango plantation lias made many friends hero who hate to givo him up Mrs J W Richardson will lcavo thin week for Valley Station Jefferson coun- Â¬ ty to visit Mrand Mrs George Adylottc Her absence will add very materially to my loneliness Mr and Mrs Toomey have arrived in London England and expect to remain across tho pond till next spring They will winter in the Southern part of France or perhaps Italy Brother John Hardin was in attend Â¬ ance at M E Conference held lost week Brother Hardin Is an at Owensboro enthusiastic Methodist and wo predict no one took in that body and proceed- ings moro earnestly Bert Moreman is at Uniontown and writes that a family of six persons at Henderson havo all had typhoid fever o one death from drinking impure water from a cistern Bert writes for a cistern cleaner and thinks Henderson a fine por- Â¬ tion of the country to uso it Tho finding of the hull of tho Dean at o Henderson brings up very vividly her being burned hero thirty one years ago Sho was a thing of by John Morgan beauty but Gen Morgan argued Alls fair In love and war and no persuasion availed to spare her Well now really have you been to o Yeakel Cos and have you noticed tho vast substantial smile which just now irradiates tho faces of said Company Such a beautiful stock as they have Such fresh genuine novelties This is what hard times have done for us a positive benefit Goods bought at great advantage hecauso of the straits of the real suffVrors the wholesalers havo been put to Customers will profit by this just at h time when most needed Our colored Baptist held their Asso- Â¬ ED T ciation hero last week A largo delega- Â¬ tion of the Caucasian race lent their pre- Â¬ sence last Thursday night and Im told that one brother asserted that lie had the same right to coin words as Webster and proceeded to verify the assertion by a dissertation remarkable for technical terms pertaining to theology only and as none of the words could be found in Webster it is presumed he has an edition of his own I enjoyed cousin L A Footes para- Â¬ graph in last issue He hit tho nail on tho head every time I also relished the article on the money issue fiom The money another well posted man question underlies the down fall of every nation the world lias ever seen so ono of our lights at Washington Bays and anyhow in the last threo years under the pressure of hard times brought on by tlie adoption of tho single gold stand Â¬ ard it has throttled the people and still further concentrated the wealth of tho world New Ginghams Broad Cloths Opera Flannels Canton Flannels Bleached and Unbleached Colors Saxony Zephyr Ice Wool Yarn Embroidery Silks and Cottons VEST BgIiooI Shoes Sec our line of s m E E verybody needs drugs ven if they apparently observe the laws of health S it is very important that U should purchase the best and purest patronage because O ur stock is the freshest to be had N pains having been spared in making its selection Prescriptions accurately compounded at all hours PRICES REASONABLE T get good results T herefore we merit your E E SUTTON Druggist GUTHRIE Manager Main St opp County Jail HARDINSBURG KY Farm for loctlG One farm of 150 acres well improved with 1000 apple trees bearing with- Â¬ in three miles of Irving ton Ky Also one farm of 225 acres one milo South of Bewleyville Ky Will sell cheap on easy Tho way to cure a cough is to stop the coughing Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey cuts loose the mucous heals tho lungs and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip cougli in one night For Bale by Short A HaynesCloverport j Dr R HMcMul lin McDanlols M Meyer A Co Buras A Taylor Geo Heyser Constantino Co Bowley Rosotta Druiy Bennett vllle Kv W E Brown IrvingtonKy Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky Buoklena Arnica Salve Tho Best Salvic In the world for Cuta Bruises Bores Ulcers Salt RhoumFever Sores TotterChapped lJnndeChllblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and pos Â¬ itively curea Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect Balls faction or money refunded Price 25 ienU per box For sale by A It FUbe r Grapo hunting is the order of the day Little Edith Fitch Is quito sick with chills Mrs Lish Arnold and Mrs Smith of Paynesvllle wero the guests of Jilrs II O Haddock last week Mies Blaucho Fitch returned home last Saturday after an extended visit to friends of relatives at this place MissBirdio French returned homo last Sunday after an extended visit to her aunt accompanied by Mr Payne Mr Herbert Haddock left last Satur Â¬ day for near Union Star to see his aunt I and uncle Mr and Mrs K French Miss Blrdlo French and Forrest Had Â¬ dock entertained quito pleasantly last Saturday night Messrs Kyle Adkisson Budle Jordan Henry Caiy and Miss Jeseio Cary The young people of tills city were en Â¬ tertained quito pleasantly last Friday night at the home of Misses Annie and The inuslo was elegant Lula Jurdon Those and cako aud wluo plentiful resent were Misses Blanche Pitch B Irdie French Messrs Jim Skillman Sam Beaucharap Tom Uobertaon and Budie Jordan Detectives Weeded Hero Superintendent Chas Ainge of the National Detective Bureau Indianapolis Officers of Eoyal Arch Ohaptir No 89 Ind announces that two or three capa Â¬ The Cloverport Royal Arch Chapter ble and trustworthy men are needed in No 00 has elected the following offlceier Hits county to act as private detectives Experience in under his instructions Fy J Ferry II P A B Skillman K the work is not necessary to success F l Fayno Sj M Jnngllng 0 II George Harris R A 0 J G Harris P He edits a large criminal paper and will Sj F N DHuy Sccj 0 Brandenburg send It with full particulars which will M Third V 0 Chamberlain M Second explain how you way enter the profes Â¬ Joseph Por sion by addressing him at Indianapolis V F Plank M First V When tho children drink bad water and eat too much green fruit or have the stomach acho or diarrhoea from any cause you neednt be alarmed about them If you will get a 25c 50c bottle of Dr Bells Anti Flux thoy will bo at play in half hour after tho first dose For sale Haynes Cloverport Drt by Short R II McMullin McDaniels MMeyer Co Buras Geo Heyser Constan tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewlt y vllle Ky W E Brown Irviugton Ky Jno P Nichols Gar Â¬ Ky field Ky AIOJoirhBhSprlng payments For further particulars address W J Piggott Dean Dean - IRVINGTON KY NOTICE All persons Indebted to the estate ofH K deceased or to tho Ut firm of II H Sons are rrquestcd to come forward and teltle and save costs All prona havlnr lalma agalniMhe estate of Henry It Dean dictated and against the lata firm of II It Dean A Sons are hereby noufied to produce thera before me properly proven W S DKANaecutor Hock Lick Kr 10 SALS ter O ind bagel School books and selwol supplies Bab Or Prices Cream BtkiHjr PewfUt One hundred and eltthly acres of land lying en Hardlnttmrg- - Hartford and Howling Oreen reads la oithwett part ol Hreckenrlage coun Â¬ ty 1 his land it UBdcr trawl fence fatv acre In timber rest undectlgh stale of cultivation few lasting sprUgs turns and other tarm build- lugs toad wUliin one mite of Hock Vale o the I St I T K K Will sell reasonable UfMse or trade for other latfd Vr further utr fUuiais call on or addreae 2fl JOHNHAWBHgy PpwErTn W- - Kr - V rn rwf m mi m 5 Ll t lik Ki I If1 ic- - i in- - Irs -- rT J-- promised Uio nmltoi by causing him to walk tl short distanco in ndvnnco No body wiudd think thnt Hilrf woelx gono rngiUntilllii who walked could liavo nnj IMWsiblo connection with tho elegnutly dunned liidicrt who lodo Mr Dyo must Know tho wuy then iwrfcctly well Undoubtedly for ho turned the vomer wlthont looking bnek nnd tho vehicle in its succession promptly wheeled nbout into tho sumo avenue Ellen iicrceived this with nn increasing glow at her heart und the most bewildering speculations in hor f23gg3iJWtrijTiiBcviyTiicftiAiicrtf nil head Tllt j rsgSSb Tho suowflnkes cnnio moro thickly cornvcmcp iii rfAMtKN mcss association m nnd tho young woman who had taken Then it was that tho idea of Blind upon herself tlio bold nnd mnsculino task owing him to tho end mid spying upon lavishly attired nnd that though she of following tho somber Dyo kept ns him bo fur na ulio could first camo into might 10 between 10 mid 40 sho was closo as sho dnrcd to her unconscious Uio mind of tho artists sister With n still young still fascinating victim lest somo significant circumstance thought tho should Men would liko her low of excitement at her heart and a ohcnpo her observation sister in spite of tho cynicism nigniflcnnt circumstnuco occurredBut no inickoniug hroath tho dolibcrato proj artists tiiat spoil tho faco for mo wt of playing tho detectivo took form nnd disdain Tho enrringo and tho liinu went ou within her It was novel it was en tic- - And thinking this sho went on vainly steadily without nny further intercourse trying to stimulate tho passive senti or interchange of nny possiblo signs ment thnt roso in her mind at tho sight through tho network of city streets to of this now countcuanco into activo recloino definito destination ollection This I can seo very clenrly thought As for tho other occupant of tho car But why if this woninii is so Ellen ringo Ellen hardly noticed her Yet sho afraid of attracting observation did sho know in n nicchnnical way that sho was not send this man nbout by another road young not more than 20 perhaps much and drive ou at a natural pace Feoplo less thnt bIio had n smiling pretty faco strungoto must think her walking of much tho snno typo of beauty as tho her horso in it midst ofsee heavy snow tho it more mnturo features besido her storm Evidently sho As Ellen passed thnt jwint in tho Evidently ho fears her mistrusts n him This is most street where tho vehicle stood her straining cars caught only six distinct words inexplicable alTair Inst turned into n Tho carrlngo nt in a womans voico broad nvenuo lined with elegant houses It will admit of no dolny It wns in truth one of tho most aristoMr Dyos response wns iunudiblo cratic streets of tho city nnd tho houso This was all that sho without betraying an interest in tho afTnir beyond that before whichnottho vchiclo eventunlly eclipsed by any of its stopped wns of a chanco passer was ablo to rcscuo neighbors out of tho wholo conversation Sho wns Mr Dyo had already mounted tho long so careful not to do this thnt sho even rofrnincd from looking nround nftr sho flight of brown itoiio steps had opened Site drew her veil over her face and turned had passed tho carriage In truth it was the outer door nnd gone in out of sight touard tho duor not until sho had nearly reached tho of anybody in tho street It wns not to ing and it fascinated hor Still keeping corner of tho street mid tho Bound of bo supposed that ho had entered tho tho conspicuous form of tho somber Dyo whoels on tho hard stones warned her house however for nil of theso resiin sight sho thought ovor tho chances that tho carriage had started ahead that dences wero protected by donblo doors and dangers of such a project and it sho again ventured to satisfy her curi- separated by n vestibule Mr Dye in nil probability wns waiting in tho inner did not tako a groat deal of reasoning to osity spneo for hi fiishionnblo patrons to convinco hor that oxcopt in a most lim- Â¬ A rather curious stato of affairs pre- Â¬ up nnd nduiit him Almost nt thoconio mo ited sphere her design was a wild one to her sented when It wis nil well now and hero nt this turned itself carriage view indeed sho ment tho enrriago wheels grntcd against Tho re Â¬ tho curbstones in front of tho houso a had timo of day in nn eminently rcspcctablo dicourso serving mini camo up out of n door un part of tho city to continuo ns sho had sumed its onward but Mr in tho samo Dyo had faced derneath thohteps rection ns before and nfter helping tho begun There wns no ono to molest lfcr about and was preceding it upon tho ladies out got into tho empty scat and or mnko her nfrnid But how would it sidewalk n littlo distanco in front Tho drovo away bo if tho somber Dyo should bctnko Miss Muxey tried not to havo it so himself to tho less repntablo lanes mid snow was now beginning to fall moro nnd Ellen felt that thcro was but fnto bionght it nbout that sho camo nllcys of the metropolis Would sho thickly danger of losing sight of tho to tho browiistouo steps nttho vc y modaro to follow him oven thcro Sho did serious in- Â¬ ment when theso women wero nbout to not know very much nbont such places people in whom sho was so greatly terested to bo suro but sho had heard of them ascend them She put a much space of Undoubtedly when thocarringogot to and hor courago failed her when slo tho top of tho hill it would drlvo on at sidewalk between hcrsolf nnd them ns thought of them Besides thero wcro a much moro rapid rate Sho quickened sho conveniently could but uono tho not many hours of daylight left her footsteps nnd crossed tho street so less sho felt herself observed nnd know No sho reflected I cannot do ev as bo tho samo fcido with Mr though erything as if I wcro a man but I can Dyoto By upon timo tho trio had reached ahead sho kept her own eyes straight this that tho older woninn nt least nt loost go on until something occurs to tho top of tho declivity nnd wero going wns looking at her Her sharp oar do turn mo Kick down on tho other sido Ellen hastened tcctcd a whisper n moment nftcrwnrd And sho went on forward keeping ns much na possiblo ami sho fancied that tho possessor of Again Mr Dyo passed into another behind tlio occasional pedes street Thero could bo very littlo doubt out of sightbefore f ho reached tho end of tho half remembered faco was culling But her companions attention to her Per about it now Ho wns going back to trinn thoroughfare tho nil anxiety that tho hups tho woman hud recognized her and Flood street or if not thero to somo plnco enrriago would diivoonout of her rcneh remombcrod to havo seen her iii tho ill that locality So ho would go on till had loft her Sho began to understand quiet streot whero thoy met Mr Dyo ho enmo to tho door of houso Na 40 Ho Whoever tho women in Ellen was aware of n slight trembling would pull tho boll and walk in Tho tho situation Â¬ whilo bho was undergoing this inspecdoor would close behind him And then tho carriage might bo thoy wero evident or being seen in what Manifestly thero would bo noth- ly afraid withashamed of Dye And yet tion But it wns only n momentary af- Â¬ tho forlorn fair Sho went on quickly Tho women ing for her to do but to turn about and company important that ho should go passed up tho steps slinking their garrctraco her stop no wiser than when it was very along with them They dared not tnko ments nnd tho door closed nfter them sho had hot out and having had her trou him into tho vehicle so thoy had com- - with n slam blo for her pains Such was tho pros- rrr fiasnoiMMvoemHrotrtai gM8M0SE3w5XrtK 4 THE BRRQKmNRTpam MKWSi CHUOYRFOITl flY -- r I - - - ii in ii i mi i iii nim VT w HMMHBW ifjPnsAiw tm KBRrTrr MMI1U r riMi gvSJgj PiintTt U55vi fgjjJ Sarwtparllla U ttorcfully prepared by experienced phuiniitclsls fmin Saraa parlllii Dandelion Man drake DockripslswTa Juniper llcrrlon nnd other well known legelnblu remedies Tho Combination Iio poMlon and 1iocess nru Peculiar to Howls fcarjaparllla giving It strength an I uuintlva power Peculiar to Itself notiws- scssed by other medicines Hoods It s OOD3 Â¬ Â¬ Cures Scrofula Salt Itheum Sores Bolls rimplcs mid nil other affections caused by Impure blood Dyspernin Biliousness rtck Headache Indigestion Debility CntarCi llhcumatlsm Kidney mid Liver Com plaints It Is Not What o Say but what Hoods Snrsuparllla Does that Tells the Story Hoods Sarsaparllla Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ impossible to tco far in any direction Whnt wtxa to bo done Having reached this point nrist Ellen Miuey turn about und go home No not yet Sho would wait u littlo while still wait mid tco Mr Dyo como out again Yes but where Sho could not stand thero in lie street Sho did not liko to walk up mid down before tho house Whero Then mi iutcrci tiug fact reached hor through tho whirl und tho maze of tho fulling niow There was a glaring pla card in tho window of the houso immediately adjoining that in which her in terest centered No window curtains mado n background for this card mid big black letibi s announced thnt tho premises wero ior snip Tho fmther fact that sho had scon tho footman como out of an area door be neath tho bteps when tho carriage stop ped was nil that sho needed to induce nn inspiration Tho houses along hero wero extremely uniform Thero was a similar door closing beneath tho steps of tho unoccupied house A plain wooden door sat in tho solid masonry mid opened by n simplo latch Miss Mnxey descended a short flight of stops npproaehed this door nnd tried it To hor intense i ntisfnetion it yielded to her touch Sho pushed it open nnd went in Not n very comfortnblo plnco to bo sura Dark cold disngreeablo this littlo pco beneath tho steps hardly fit for a tramp to sleep in I Miss Maxoy turned tho knob of tho door lending from this men into tho house Tho door wns fast What matter then if it wero cold and durk Sho was at least secure from observation nnd if sho had ransacked thoCholo neighbor hood in tcareh of n convenient locution from which to havo watched tho adjoin ing front steps sho could not havo secured a better than tho ono upon which sho had thus accidentally stumbled Sho left tho entranco slightly unclosed that sho micht look out and sat down upon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho snow tell in blinding whirling eddies From minute specks the flakes had Iteeomo largo nnd feuthery It wns r Hoods Pills arsaparilla URES a tho woodoli tstip With Lcl hoi against tho inner iloor The time rfit tlilFiloWfcl It fell wi tlilclly tlmt It iiuluYd tho roundi of fooNloiiVlii ho iit t iIkiw People canto und n nt it r w dull A boy with lnti l tlw Limp in front of thel iijistni i fi pH riimiilas eyn limlM worn crntnped nnd cold It seemed us lloiiji tlio liiiuutti lengthen ed tliemuhcs to lionlfi the hutiM grow to bo ilayi and ttll llitiwas no ap pearance of tin lorloiu liit anil tlio tliriMilbno coit upon 111 niliborliiK threshold The caiti rumbled iu the street The man who had jono with tlio horsoi camo ck Tho now fell on und still no Dye If Miss MaxeyV brain hud not been ni busy with cxcltiiit speculation nnd dar ing pliniH fur the future if hIio had not hud ho fawluatiiiK u problem to deal witli iu trjiiiK to locate tho faco of that older WDiiiau who drove Miiuowhcro in her own uneventful piut the timo would doubtless have kccuied ho long that she would Hcuieely havo had tho courage to wait but it takes somo obstuelert to break tho cndunuico of fcuch a girl iw Dear Friends Wc wish to call your attention to the fact that wc have just opened in the house that Kaye Carter vacated better known as the Beard Bccler house with a full and complete line of until 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ DRY GOODS CLOTHING HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES this aro gentle uillJ and eHecth It had Brown qnlto dark Tho miow had ceased Tho light which had lieen n sort of luminous whirl iu front of tho browiistouo hteps burned out clearly nnd steadily It lighted up tho forlorn hat at last Mr Dyo was coming down into tlio street Miss Maxoy moms and crept to tho door Mr Dyo camo toward her Ills faco was iu tlio shadow and she could not fieo the expression of his features Dut ho utiiggered as ho walked stag gered almost liku a drunken man He was muttering to himself as ho went along in an excited incoherent way Ono sentence only was fated to reach Miss Maxeyrt ears It was this Of the two I think tho woman is the worst Â¬ NOTIONS QUEENSWARE and GROCERIES We trust that before making your fall purchase you will call and sec our beautiful line Everything new and of the latest styles and at prices that wil make you smile Just think ot full stock Brogans warranted at 100 Nice Oil Grain Womens Polkas at SI 00 First class Boots IHIISIINO Mil U Card of Thanks Sept J Ith Through the columns of the N ivs I desire to thank the people of Clifton Mills and vicinity for the kind attention they paid my sister Salliu Ilatlleld through In r long illness May you all gain a happy reward for your kindly ellorts Loiisviiik Kv Â¬ Mus Amck Wnuni Kit 111 RmuUs MiCI0Cfc4l MAI APIA Hk POISON nnal from atmosphcrlu conditions unclean premises lmnirlcct MnliUtlon and moro frcoucnllv from tlio dcudlv A Ri nerul 2 SUWliK IAS condition of rundown andtlio blood enS Impoverished At Fl lit II ml kUkiilIIi mull auiMuiiiiii liu viii lcl nil f nmay Ilnn be tlio uhltl and Hen Conxumptlon result S 8 S promptly corrects all these evil eflccti Mr J A KIio Otwuu Kan writes For three years I wai troubled with Mil larla which ciuaed my pcllto to fail nnd I was no reduced in flesh that life lost Its charms I tried mercurial and potash remedies but could get no relief I then decided to trv A few bottles of this wonderful medicine made u complete and nermanenl cure nnd I now enjoy better lualth than ever Our Treallfl nn llloml mil Pkln Diseases mailed f reu in any address SWIFT SmiKIC CO AtUnts Gt Very Fine Suit at 1000 Boys Suits at 1 00 and 1 25 Ladies Hose 5 cts a pair Dress Goods from 10 cts co 125 per yard Ladies Cloaks from 400 to 1250 And a thousand other things that we have not space to mention Dont fail to come and bring us your Produce of all kinds Butter Eggs Feathers Hides Meat Lard Chickens Ducks Etc Etc We can save you big money and wo know thats tho place you aro hunting Wo are here for business give us a trial and we will convince you that that is our motive You may not hear from us every week but DONT forget the place we will always bo thero ready und anxious to wait on you So hoping to meet you soon wo are truly your friends at 175 MATTINGLY HOBEN IIAItDINSBURG K Â¬ miwmmxxMmxxxmKwmxi pect v3 r f r Mifjs Maxoy saunterod loisurcly along upon tho opposito sido of tho way and somo distanco behind trying not to ap pear to look at Mr Dyo nt nil But this precaution was useless Mr Dyo nover looked around Ho continued to drift on in tho samo fnltorlng uucucrgctio do- epondent fnshion with his hands in tho sido pockets of his threadbare coat and his head bent down Ho does not look like a very old man thought Ellen but judging by his gait ho must bo in fcoblo health Thoy wcro now paseing through n quiot sido street which led down a gentle deolivity Thero wero not manypo destrinns and out of tho gloomy sky a fow flno crystals of snow wero loisuroly finding tholr way to tho pavoment Mr Dyo had traversod about half tho length of tho stroet when Miss Maxoy noticed a carriaga containing two wom- Â¬ en ono of whom was driving turning in from tho avenuo which ran to right angles with tho bottom of tho decline Tho woman who drovo was on tho sido toward Mr Dyo Tho horses walked slowly up tho hill Miss Maxoy lnarkod theso facts only ia a mechanical wuy until n sudden chnngo in tho maimer of tho woman who drovo attrnctod her attention Thero was no doubt about it Tho drlv-V-swaa flUcd with strong emotions at tho sight of Mr Dyo Tho somber mans gazo was still downward Ho had not noticed her but tho occupant of tho vchiclo Bcomod to havo concentrated hor wholo attention upon him When sho camo opposite to him sho drowup with a sudden pull upon tho joins Thonsho bout ovor and seemed to cnll to him in a low voice Mr Dyo started out of his abstraction and looked up to findhlmsolf faco to facowith her Even at tho distanco which intervened botwoen horsolf and tho sceno Miss Maxoy fancied sho saw tho mans sallow faco turn ton deadlier pallor and his jaw drop Ho cortainly staggered for on instant llko a druukon man and then stood motionless in tho iniddlo of tho sidewalk staring at tho woman in tho c vsriago Tho woman spoko again and beckonod to him At this Mr Dyo jouscd himself throw a hasty glanco over his shoulder in each direction na if calculating tho chances of flight and ended by stepping out into tho street and entering iuto a conversa- Â¬ tion AH this timo Miss Maxoy was coming nearer and nearer If sho could only hear ono littlo sentence of what thoy wcro saying sho thought it would bo somo satisfaction to hor but unfortu nately sho was ou tho other sido of tho ray and sho did not daro to cross over Blio did not daro even to look unduly toward tho point whero all hor interest was centered for tho rousou that tho woman scemod to bo suspicious of every Â¬ thing nbout her Even in tho midst of her conversation with Mr Dyo which seemed to bo conducted ou her part with much carocstiicN and emphasis she glanoed up and down tho street in a cautious uneasy manner mid looked at El lea fixedly It was when eio looked at her thus dlrectlyjhat Ellen fttvt became aware of a vague und but half active iiaprM ien that she did not see thk face now for the tost time Ami yot how was it jtossiUe for her to have seen so striking a faoe and have forgot teu Uie plaoe attu the drotunftUuoe The aaiue hasty wan tftoy hicii allowed her also Urn the woman wan richly even Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WILL YOU HELP In the great contest which is to be fought between now The Coinage Of and tho next presidential election for Sllier Two Thou sand Dollars in Gash P sizes take mlviuituKo of this clubbing ofler Tho Constitution will distribute Two Thousand in CASH PRIZES by tho following plun We have placed in a scaled envelope in tho keeping of tho Treasurer of 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NEWSPAPER AS A MAGAZINE It prints Believing that the establishment of a single gold standard will wreck tho prosperity of the great masses of tho people though it may profit tho few who have already grown rich by federal protection and federal subaidy THE WEEKLY CONSTITUTION has no equal iu America Its news reports cover the world nnd ite correspondents nnd ngenU nro to bo found in ulmoat ovcrv btdiwick iu the Southern and Westeru States 2d 3d Belioviug that by throwing our porta open to tho markets of the world aud levying only enough Import duties to pay the actual expenses of the government tho people will bo better served than by making them pay double prices for protections sake AS AS An Income Tax Blivlng that thoe who have mueh property should bear the burdens of government ia the same pro Â¬ portion to those who have little more such matter as is ordinarily found iu tho groat magazines of the country than can begetta even from the best of them AN EDUCATOR It ia a school houso withiu itself nud a years reading of THE CONSTITU- Â¬ TION is a liberal education to any one It brings cheer and comfort to tke ffirestde every weelr A FRIEND AND COMPANION is eagerly sought by the children oontaiue valuable information for tke mother awl is an iMevoli Instruction for every utstW of the household m tf in 0 THE BRHOKRNRIDGK HAWESVILLE llalndealer NKS GUiOVELRPOHT JY Its Fame Will Live The Worlds Columbian Expos ition marked the climax of human achievement It will live in memory of the crowning glory of modern times No other development of the closing century can compare with it in practical benefit to mankind Who that exhibited is not proud of it Who that failed to exhibit docs not regret the omission The former arc the people of to day The latter arc relics of the past No honor so high as that em- Â¬ bodied in an award nt the fair Competition was world wide the fruits of ripest experience and noblest endeavors were submitted for examination Honest tribunals composed of eminent scientists examined and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iMHB Miminniiiiiii TviRsofl iiiiiiiftiiroiMim mn ni iinon t1ir elnims of nvliih r JIB1UUU w d ltors iiicir juugement oaseuon 3 inquiry and justice proves con IM Willi Il lb clusively the value of any article STATUE OF THE REPUDLIC they commend COURT OF HONOR WORLDS COLUMBIAN Their approval was stamped on T EXPOSITION Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder It received the highest award at the fair from a jury headed by the Chief Chemist of the U S Department of Agriculture Dr Prices was officially commended for highest leavening power purity keeping qualities and general excellence SIROCCO Sim IiiMii is tcudiing tlie Gralimnp ton scliool Sam Ilnrklmrl is in lluinlerxon county for an iiulelllnito utny Mr Harvey Day will movo to tliu Fair View farm thin week Imyur meetiiitf at Xtsw Ilililaml rliurcli uviry Tuesday night MisscH iili anil Mirv Ilayni H nru visit- Â¬ ing fritMidi in Uowoh Valluy Jack Itiglit and Mack Squires nru iu Illinois looking for a new homo Mr Win licwh y nml Will and Kd Kicu Nhippul a lino lot of hogs tho Jlitli Mr J H Gilpin visited his sister Mrn Jamea Horn of Hancock county last week Mrs CIuih Brown is very sick of pneu Dr Iturch h lu r attending monia Â¬ dibtricts owing to the fact of a plan hav Â¬ ing been on foot for the purpose of cut- Â¬ ting oir of tho two districts above mentioned and forming a now district between Oak Grove and Cold Spring Stipulations in tho plan called for a school house at the Uichardson crossroads A census was taken and thirty four or live of tliu young ideas were transfened to a district minus n bchool hotibc Some of the patrons of the Oak Groe scliool lluding their little ones unwilling- Uy transferred to tho new district kicked like n bay steer One of them detecting Haws iu the plan of operationor iu other words failing to see whom they got their number of legally enrolled schol lars and nrmed with n determination to test the matter sallied forth to the homo of the trustee who had a list of the cen Â¬ sus in his possession and asked to see Â¬ considerably mixed up however it has county the LtUh been settled for the time being Thu Misses Ktta Dugau and Ktta Neafus new born swarms have returned to their spent Saturday and Sunday at Prebton rispectivo hives eighteen scholars havtliu guests of Mr and Mrs Thomas ing been bamboozled haha out of a Hrashuar wholu months schooling The Cold Try try again was an maxiuin Spring scliool has been iu session that If tho compositor fail to decipher my long Some blame one somo another chirngaphv this time Ill throw up tliu It seems to be a case wheru impetuosity sponge Bine runs counter to mens bettur judgment now liousu Mr linnet Hamilton Thu formula of Ayers Saisaparilla is looks ci y and inviting Say cant you well known to thu medical profession scare up another eggnog right soon and universally approved Tho reputa- Â¬ You know I love cake and she oh tion of tliu firm guarantees excellence The messenger of death has again visand uniformity in the medicine and tho Mr Thomas Her ited tliu quiet homo of worlds experience for nearly half a cenryinau Miss Dollys remains followed tury lias fully demonstrated its value -- oth ult her mothers to the tomb tho Gjpxy youre misinformed Im al Bloodhound Detectives vuiys timid kinder scared you know In The Karlington Hue sajs William meeting btrangiTP but after tho first Kicliard is himself Carrico a farmer living about two miles shock is over north of Madisonville on thu Henderon again road discovered one of his outbuildings Cain is duly installed Iostmastrr John to be on fire Saturday evening just in Sam Milan at tho new pobtolllcu time to put out the flames before serious is carrying the mail to and from Abell damage hud been done One haystack Ilrandcnburg Milan being tho termi how over was entirely consumed Sev- Â¬ Mr Cain of tho route at present nus eral times btfore attempts bad boen talks of cbtablishing a btoru iu the near made to burn his house and other buildfuturo ings by some unknown person or per- Â¬ Urandenburg you just ought to havu sons Never did suspicion rest upon Been mo holding that glass pitcher of any one and Mr Carrico to catch tho Liked guilty patty this time if at nil possible water at Huck Grove Gufliiw to have missed my dinner and shu stood hurried to Karlington to get Marshal theio clinching that caku ns though she Harnett and bis pack of bloodhounds never expected to beo another harvest Iu three hours after the firu was discov Had to put up with a eied and the Haines extinguished the he he lie hunk of mutton and a chunk of light does weru on the see no and soon struck bread Well Its a bottled case shu sure the trail of the supposed destroyer does lovu caku of Mr Carrlcos propeity The dogs fol- Â¬ People tell all manner of yarns on tho lowed thu trail giventhem to tho house bachelor but if they only knew tho pal of a neighbor kss than a mile away pitations of our hearts as thoy fondly The actions of this man before and after beat for awiociations and blandish Â¬ tho llro with other circumstantial evld ments of tho fairer sex they would sym- encu points strongly to this mans guilt pathize- with us more readily and not deign to cast a halo of doubt ns to our Marvelous Kesults sincerity about our unsophisticated lives From a letter written by Ho v J Gun It is creditubly reported that a widower dermal of Dimondale Mich wo are residing in this community who lias permitted to muko this extract I havo busked in tho sunshine of fifty odd sum no limitation in recommending Dr mors will in two weeks heuco lead to Kings New Discovery as thu results the hymeneal altar a young damsel from wero almost marvelous iu tho caso of my the vicinity of Payucsvillo who bos wife While I was pastor of the llaptist never seen the suow s of seventeen win church at Hives Junction she wasbrought ten fall and mult away from the adja Â¬ down with PiHumonla succeeding La cent hill sides It has been scarcely a Grippe Terrible paroxysms of coughing fortnight siiico he began raying Ids de Â¬ would lost hours with little Interruption voirs to this Dulclnea del Tboso and and it seemed as If she could not survive yet ho lias mastered the situation and them A friend rt commended Dr Kings hw proclaimid the lmppy event closo at Now Discovery it wa quick In its work bawd and highly satisfactory in results Trial ow unkind feelings were engendered bottles free at A It Fishers drug store in Ui 0k Grove and Cold Springscliool tegular siso 60a and 100 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to-bu Â¬ said trustee reading bis design gave him Ueorgu Hum ley who has been on tliu to understand that ho couldnt cuter Biek list for tliu last three week is about then rcinaiking If you come here for a racket you can get it d n quick well again Thu man it set ms wasnt spilin for what an im If silence is golden amount of weath the Quakers a light so he look the back track instanter inenso with a determination to apply at a cer- Â¬ must possess tain ollico in Hrandenburg which he did Â¬ Mr Dan Nenfiis will visit his daught following day Thu business Bcems Leaudur limner Hancock the er Mrs physician thu names there enrolled The afore- Â¬ Tho Silver Issno HONEY LOCUST GU8T0N In referring the other day to tho folly of tho Ohio Democrats hi adopting n res- Â¬ Autumn seems to hnvo como to stny Farmers nro busy housing tobneco and Tho Texas road is putting in bridges olution In favor of free silver In their Mrs A U Pollock visited friends nt innking Borghum town botii nliovo and below Slate Convention wo remarked that it Flaherty Thursday Mr Tom Blytho wns tho guest of Miss Mrs U T Duncan is recovering from would bo easy to exnggerato the signifi Dr A A Hnxter attended the medical Lucy McGnvock last Sunday u Bevcre attack of typhoid fever of such action an nn indication of association nt Hrandenburg Friday cance Master Abo McGnvock is learning to llawesile lias bad inoie m ilnun ill Â¬ pnrty feeling while it would be Impossi Madam Humor says wo nro to havo ride tho bicycle Be enrcful Abo Wo bn vo ness this summer than known In years ble to exaggerate Its stupidity Master Gus Dean spent tho day slnco taken occasion to go over all tho nnothor wedding in tho nenr future lafore Mbs Minnie Lrginnd who has been with Miss Helen Hallmnu last Sundny There Is an immense crop of nil sorls platforms adopted by each parly iu the visiting nt Kkron returned Tuesday Mr John McGnvock jr nnd Miss of nuts In this county and Ik ccIi mast Statu Convention so fnr held nnd com F M Oaborne nnd It H Legrnud spent Mnrgnret Wilson spent Sundny evening pare what they have to nay on Ibis ques is heavier than for years The result Is nbout whnt any poli Â¬ Sunday hero witli their respective fam- Â¬ with Miss Titin Frymlro of Pnlcsvlllo John Lnuson who recently sold bis tion tical observer with fair information ilies Little Lena Demi has been visiting livery business will soon leave for Okla- Â¬ would havo expected There havo boon Tho Misses Munford attended the her grandma Mrs Dr Frymlrcof Pates Ho will drive through and Ideate homa tweiity threo conventions held by tho Haptist Association nt Huck Grovo last vllle tho past week Tho old HawFsville homestead on the Democrats and twenty two by tho Ho Miss Sallle Murray of Cloverport is week public square was sold Monday for 150 publicans In nearly nil of them of ench Dr A A Haxter nnd wife and Miss visiting nt Mr John McGnvocks this Taber Wilson and Carder wero the pur party tho question lias been dismissed Kolo Z Morris were guests of Mrs G J week chasers with a repetition of tho national plat Â¬ Nefl Sundny Misses Aunio nnd Lissio McGnvock Tho candidates aro all mounted on form of the party or n closo paraphrase who hnvo been visiting relntives nenr C A Montgomery nnd J G Anderson fiery steeds scouring tho country and of It Witli tho exception of Maine Hnrdinsburg returned homo Thursday where one child has been run oyer five Vermont Ohio nnd for the Itopubli each shipped n carload of stock to Louis- Â¬ A prayer meeting has been organized hundred have been crippled carrying cans New York tho States aro all Wes Â¬ ville Inst week nt tho McGnvock school house nnd S K Carrigan spent a few days last candy home tern or Southern and probably freo sil- Â¬ meets on Friday nights Wo wish it Chas Gill will depart next week for ver has received about ns much support wcok in Louisville attending tho Presby- Â¬ prosperity terian Association Florida where ho owns an island lie ns it can hope for Airs Mary Dean tho widow of Mr Mrs Xlsbet Of tho Democratic conventions the folMiss Jennie Hardin who has been Thomas Dean will remain on her farm will clear and cultivate Mrs Gill aud MIfs Nora Condon will lowing havo declared for freo coinage or visiting tho Misses Munford returned to until spring then sell out nnd quit itsequivelant Ohio Arkansas Michi her homo at Hrandenburg Wednesday soon follow for the winter houso keeping Mr Wavlo Pate by being tested in the Hawrsville has no quick sand boom gan Oregon North Carolina Idaho Ne Â¬ Iter Pleminous of Louisville spent but is growing and expanding as no oth- Â¬ vada and Wyoming Among tho He sovernl dnys last week with the Misses literary exercise at tho school houso on The buildings and im- publicans free silver finds favor in the Munford nt their beautiful country Friday proved to bo tho best nmong his er town is class mates in mathematics and Master provements arc nil substantial and the last named three States and in Califor- home population is increasing at the rate of nia in Alabama the Republicans sup- On Tuesday Sept 23 nt 1030 n m Sammie Harris the best iu spelling portid tho Kolb facton which is for any the marriage of G K Smith nnd Miss Tho school at this place is being one good family a week advo Â¬ Henri E Cain was solemnized nt tho taught by Miss Margaret Wilson who The tough factories in this place are kind of inflation in Kansas they Â¬ running on full time and havu plenty cated the coinage of tlo American pro Patterson Memorial church Iter Over gives tho following report of her first duct nnd n tax on imported silver in street officiating of hands if their work does not pass In- Â¬ Tho church was tnste months teaching based on the nverngo Ohio they resolved that sivcr should be spection of thu next grand jury somu of fully decorated with flowers innking a schollnrshlp in tho various branches ns a monoy metal nnd its very picturesque scene fitting tho occas- Â¬ Primer 82 First Render 7CJ Second them will be sent to a larger shop in restored coinage nnd uso should be steadily main- Â¬ ion As tho bridal paity entered the Render 851 Third Render 01 Fourtli Fraukfoit tained nnd constantly encouraged church the organ pealed forth n beauti- Â¬ Render 803 Fifth Reader 01 j Spelling Several men have been killing quail This is more verbose but no sounder 81 Grammar 81 Composition 82 during the past week in violntion of n than tho Democratic declaration for freo ful wedding march As the last strains of tho music died away tho couple stop Arithmetic 81J Geography 83 U S very strict law The birds are not yet coinage at 1 to 1 ped at the altar where they wero pro- Â¬ History 70 Physiology 78 grown and it is n shameless waste to slay It will thus bo seen that there is not nounced man and wife Tho bride look- Â¬ them The Kentucky Fish and Game much to choose between the two parties Whenever tho little children the In- Â¬ Club of Louisville offer n standing ro Â¬ so far as their purposes or tendencies ed her loveliest in a rich traveling cos dies or the big men wnnt something to tumo of fawn cloth and silk The groom wan for n conviction of any violation of regulnte their liver or euro constipntion can bo judged by their stato platforms this necessary law and this should be The greater u umber of these on both wore tho conventional black suit and nnd bllllonsness Dr Bells Tiny Tonic seemed to realize tho happiness and sol- Â¬ 8Ullicieiit warning Tnblets is whnt thny must hnve They sides are fairly sounded The excep- Â¬ Tho young Judgu Amos Freeman bought the I C tions ot tho most striking character nre n emnity of tho occasion euro nnd you never feel it Purely vegetn couple received the congratulations of a Adair property on lower Main street Democratic bid for the free silver vote ble 25u n vlnl everywhere For sale Monday for the very small sum of S OS in Michigan n Republican bid for the host of friends who escorted them to tho by Short A Hnynes Cloverport Dr depot when they took tho train for Lou- Â¬ He will remodel and culaige the house same vote in California and bds by R II McMullin McDnniels M Meyer isville from which plnco they proceeded A Co Burns which will make n desirable residence Geo Heyser Constan- Â¬ both for that vote in Ohio Hut it is on their journey by boat to their future tino A Tnylor Hosetta Drury Bennett Mrs Aurehn Hawes relict of the late precisely tlicso scattered instances of home in Cincinnati A Co Bewleyvillc Ky W E Brown W V Hawes died at 7 30 Tuesday ove greed and cowardice on both sides that Mr nnd Mrs Smith nro both well nnd Iruington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield ning at the home of her daughter Mrs are so fnr ns thoy go disquieting nnd favorably know in this community by Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky II J Naunheim in Owensboro after a that should bo rebuked witli the grentest whom thoy will bo missed Tho brido brief illness Mrs Hawes had reached promptness and severity at the polls was an unusually bright and winsomo EKRON the advanced nge of 72 years A large Kvury bit of bad currency legislation in girl and will make a loving wifo for the family connection and many friends are tho United States for twenty years has young man who has claimed her heart R S Dowell went to Irvington Mon- Â¬ left to mourn her loss been duo to this desperate spirit and and hand Mr Smith is a young busi- Â¬ day Mr J J Patterson owns n grind stone the country cannot bo wholly safe until ness man of many noble traits of charact- Â¬ S J Brown went to Stephensport Tho great that lias been in use on his farm since it is absolutely repressed Sunday er and will make a model husband 1S31 It was made from stone on bis majority of tho voters who havo any J W Harrington went to Louisville farm j It is used by bis entire neighbor- Â¬ clear ideas about currency are perfectly Whenever a druggist tells you ho bns Sundny night hood and wears witli the times In sound and would be found to whenever something just ns good for coughs grip Thomas Brown Paynesville was in good times it sheds its grit liberally but the issue was clearly presented etc as Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey dont town Monday Hut this miserable truckling to a small you believe it for we guaranteo that it is in hard times it becomes as flint This Mc II Richardson como down last year thu sparks from it has put out the number who nro supposed to hold the not true We mako tho genuine nnd Saturday night to visit his parents eye of a boy who wits turning it and set balance between tho two great parties authorize nil druggists to guaranteo it Mrs Guedry who hns been on tho fire to n pile of straw fourteen feet from bos done Infinite mischief in the past Tho K E Sutherland Co Paducah Ky sick list for sometime is reported better and may yet do more It should bo done For snlo by Short it Hnynes Clovtr at this writing away with N Y Times port Dr It II McMullin McDnniels Some folks will think that Dr Hells Every person big little old or young M Meyer Co Burns Geo Hoyser Pino Tar Honor is no better than the Four Big Successes Constantino A Taylor Hosetta Drury black or white rich or poor who has common cough remedies until they try Having the needed merit to more than Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pro it Then they will know for themselves make good all tho advertising claimed Bennett Co Hewleyville Ky W E ever used cough and lung rem- Â¬ on earth salo by for them the following four remedies Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols nouueo it tho best For that its the best Its true too so we guar- Â¬ Garfield Ky A It Morris Hig Spring edy on earth Short k Ilaynes Cloverport Dr It havo reached n phenomenal sale Dr antee For salo by Short A HaynesClov Ky II McMullin MeDaniels M Meyer A Kings New Discovery for consumption erport Dr R II McMullen McDaniels Co Uuras Geo Heyser Constantino Coughs and Coldscach bottle guaianteed Qlendeanes Roll of Honor M Meyer A Co Burns Geo Heyser A Taylor Hosetta Drury Bennett A Electric Hitters the great remedy for This Roll of Honor includes only those Constantino A Tnylor Rosetta Drury Co Hewleyville Ky W K Hrown Irv Liver Stomach and Kidneys Hucklens A Co Bowleyville Ky W E ington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Arnica Salve the best in the world and pupils who are In grades four and five Bennett in the principals room Thu first month Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Ky A It Morris Hig Spring Ky Dr Kings New Life Pills which aro a closed September 28th with tho follow Gnrfiold Ky A R Morris Big Spring All these remedies are ing averages perfect pill Ky Revival at Stephensport guaranteed to do just what is claimed for Mary Moorman tjS Hobert Moorman tj 77 A successful meeting of thirteen days Newspaper Reporters Wanted them and the dealer whoso naiuo is at Â¬ Henry Moorman ooMi Nellie Moorman was recently held with the Stephensport tached herewith will be glad to tell you Ororge Whltely We are informed that tho Modern Jessie Maxwell 9944 984a Baptist church There was an addition more of them Sold at A It Fishers llallle Moorman 99 44 AailMaxwtil Press Association wants onoortwo news Â¬ Klllott Moorman 0S2S Sallle Hotiertson 9761 of thirteen members ten were baptized paper correspondents in this county Drug store Hose Moorman 965 WalterMoorinan97 one joined by letter and two restored The work is light and can bo performed Otter Owtn M Monnte Hunter 94SS Business and Politios The services were conducted by Hcv H I Moorman 94 44 Meda Maxwell by either lady or gentleman Provious 914 S685 Alice Whltely 8466 Hunt of Iouisvillo Ho is a young man experience is not necessary and somo of A wholesale bat dealer in St Louis Ola Whltely 80 of woudciful ability while his address is said the other day that three months ago Daisy Willis our voting men nnd women and oven old Others have dono equally as well or a thu typo of meekness and humility it he thought that the prospects of the men would do well to secure such a pos- Â¬ carries with it n pennasiveness a lovo democratic party were very poor Slnco part of the month but as they were un ition as we understand it takes only and pity that never fails to reach tho tliu passage of the tariff1 law ho lias nble to start iu the beginning of school about one fourth of your time For fur Â¬ heart of thu sinner And we feel that changed his mind His business for Au Â¬ their averages did not reach 80 ther particulars nddress Modern Press Tho excellont records of Monnlo Hun- Â¬ sucli young men are surely called of gust was 80 per cent greater than it was Association Chicago 111 ter and Eddie L Moorman would have God and wil nako a grand success in in August last year been almost perfect had thoy not missed McClure Released every Christian Held of labor Wo feel Commenting on this statement Tho one day each from recltatlous Thos F McCluro the ox postmaster that every member of our clitich was St Louis Republic says The name of Miss Georgia B Robert Â¬ at Ifardinsburg charged with dofraud All seemed to wonderfully revived And this is tho evidence that is daily son does not appear She is tho most ng tho government was released from think there really was a work for them developing in nil parts of the country to do and wore untiring in their christ- Â¬ The revival of business is simply unpre Â¬ advanced student in school and studies jail yesterday on 1000 bail Mary Ellon May we have mauy such cedented and It follows so closely upon only the higher branches hence the Ash Luclnda Bledsoe and John B Bow Â¬ ian duty omission A Mkmukk les becoming his sureties meetings Ills cose the heels of democratic legislation cor- Â¬ Suggestions for next everybody attend comes up at tho January term ot federal recting the thirty years of ad verse repub- Â¬ OPEN HOUSE He on time each of the twenty days court Owensboro Messenger lican legislation that it must inevitably closo application during study hours inure to the credit of democracy Irupliette Knights of Pythias Will Entertain active play at each Intermission dont Moreover It Is a healthy aud natural A cartoon which tho Purls Figaro had During Fair Week memorize and not understand dont revival It is a rebound from tho depres Â¬ ready to publibh nt tho timo of Presi The KnighU of Pythias will entertaiu sion and disaster which followed the bil- Â¬ commit everything to memory that you dent Cumots dentil wns ono ot tho usual all visiting Knights ami their ladles dur- Â¬ lion dollar congress and proves to the do understand uso your own words in illustrations by Fornin Tho artist ing fair week at the elegant Pythian country that the democratic party is pe- Â¬ reciting but mako at least one addition thinking of tho posstblo retirement ot Carnotliuii I ho presidency hnd figured Open culiarly adapted to appreciate and foster to your vocabulary each day Home in the Trust building Look out for n different report next twowii is nt tho banquet of Lyons house w ill be kept each evening except the best interests of trade and industry pmious Ono suys to the oxclinui Jom II Piiac Teacher month Tuesday the regular lodge night and It is tho testimony of tho merchants other in at Cnrnot Look at him the reception committee will bo on band and manufactures of St Louis that demIt I Mm last timo you will see E W Hagby a prominent lawyer of woll to eco that the visitors enjoy themselves ocracy has dono moro to restoro prosper- Â¬ Paducah Ky says that Dr Bells Pino him Ot cour so tho picture was never Thu sday evening a concert will bo giv Â¬ ity iu one year than the republican party Tar Honey cured his children of whoop-Â¬ published en nt wliich tho bist local talent will be ever did in any period of IU thirty years ing cough when all things else Chiihii lur 1ralta failed engaged Invitations to this will be is Â¬ or in tho whole thirty years Tho following notico was given lost Its a new remedy for all coughs For may be obtained by any sued to day and In every quarter of the country people salo by Short A Ilaynes Cloverport Dr Sunday from it suburban pulpit Tho iiiumlx r of the lodge desiring them from aro talking iu a similar strain Tho new 11 II McMullin McDaniels M Moyer pastor will preach his Inst sermon this the Chancellor Commander Mr J W tariff will cause our manufactures to A Co Burns Geo Heyser Constan- Â¬ evening prior to his vacation and tho choir hnvo arranged n special praise Harris Tliu hall will bo decorated with reach out for foreign trade and the first tino A Taylor Hosetta Drury Bennett service for tho occasion Now York flowers loaned by Mr C G Naniz great step in that direction will dnto A Co Huwleyville Ky W E Brown Observer Owonsboro Messenger tho Cotton States aud International Irvington Ky Jho P Nichols Gurfleld from exposition Despite our failure to ob Ky A U Morris Big Spring Ky tain tho financial relief which would Pythian Offioert have followed the remouctization ot sil- Â¬ ver and the restoration of statu banks Tho following officers of tho Grand may we may look for moro prosperous times Lodge Knights of Pythias were elected well bo said as tho outcomo of tarill reform--Atlanat Paducah last week Grand Chancel- Â¬ Constitution lor T B Matthews of Petersburg G V of tho Superior Medicine s O It 8 Agnow of Sebree Grand Pre tho Hiundiml A Quiet Place to Rest lato Stanley Adams Louisville O K ot blood purilior A man went into a store iu a neighbor Â¬ It and S Wade Shelttnan of Louisville Makes CHILD BIRTH Easu ing town and asked if he could rest four Grand Master of tho Exchequer Goorge CBLVIN LA Dec 2 1886 or five honrs Tho proprietor who had Glendon of Covington Grand Master of SMy wife used MOTHERS Arms J B Settle of Itowllng Green just found a nest of new born mice In Inner GuardJ D Wllbelm of Paducah FRIEND before her third con- - f thu cofleo grinder told him ho could Geand Outer Guard W II Powers of finement and says sue would not and then asked him why be dldnt go to CarrolltonjGrand Trusteo D G Wiley be without It for hundreds of doltho hotel Tho man replied I am suf Â¬ of Hopklnsville lars dock Mills lis long record fering from nervous prostration and the Mrs Foster Hayes on Parish avenue Seat bv exDrea or mall on receipt unsure you that what not price II SO per bottle lleotc To doctor said get a quiet place to rest nml who has boen very sick with typhoid Mothkhs mailed free Sola by nil I seo you dont advertise I knew fever for some time was removed to day hits cured others i urugglai that I couldnt find a quieter place to the homo of her father Mr John BRADFIBLO RDOULATOR CO Aud with that bust ttled back Into bis AtUnta da chair and watched the swallows build a Miller on Crittenden street Owens Â¬ nest iu the chetwe case Griifln News boro Inquirer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 tl CTIMMONS M D What ilia Doctor Says About o Standing Household Remedy1 M Atlanta la Auff Kth 1853 I taws plemuie In statin that I have tued Ttoyal Oermetuer extensively In my practice aud Lave found It as nearly a 8PECIFI0 FOR DYSPEPSIA lndltestlon catarrh and nervous debility as any remedy 1 have ever tried It Is an ex Â¬ cellent remedy for all STOMACH AND DOWEL TROUDLES A WONDERFUL REMEDY As a local application It Is a prompt relief piles euti bruises and sores of all kinds for with my family K Is a standing- household 11 C Timmoni M U remedy Two things which make Germctuer so popular asa lamllv remedy are these It Isia good te take and It Is alwajs harmless 1100 0 for 1500 Sold by Druggists v iti For weak and debilitated worrrn I tlilnlt Kings Rojal Gormsluer Co Atlanta Co ji limuiun Correctly weekly by Humphrey Laufer Pro duce Commission Merchants sao Second St bit Main and Market Louisville Ky LOUISVILLE KY Oct 2 1891 Shippers should mark all packages plainly with shippers name and post ofSce address BUTTER 111 Choice country 14 Medium II 12 Creamery EQQS 20 Ci 21 11 1 Fresh 11EAN8 Michigan hand plckod Navy Indiana Old or Common and colored 1 IS 1 FEATHERS rrlme white goose Mixed Old No 1 duck Qreon food Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins Rooters per lb Hens por lb Spring Chickens 75 to 1 RS 60 to 1 85 00 to 1 20 3J 20 15 25 25 20- HIDES i POULTRY 3 3H a 7 10 a 30 12U 6 50 6 1 per doz 2 50 DRIED APPLEd AND PEACHES Apples ohoice bright quarters to Apples average 4Jf to 5 Apples old Peaches new 4 to 5 Peaches old WOOL 21 u 23 Tab washed Grease fine 16 a 17 Urease coarse 14 18 Merino 10 12 Burry and Cuts 10 13 bi Si MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeswax Sorghum 25 4Ji wharf Molasses 30 W 35 HAY GRAIN FEED We quote prlcoi to day on Louisville city OATS 32 No 2 oats 36 13 00 12 00 11 00 5 50 rV Strictly choice Choice No 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw HAY 10 50 11 00 10 00 4 75 V J 45 CORN holce white Choice shelled Good to extra shipping 42J4 46 CATTLE 4 00 Light shipping Best Batchers Medium to good butchers II OQ3 5 Choice packing and batchers 5 Fair to good 6 Roughs Shoats aud pigs 100 lbs and under4 Good to extra shipping Fair to good LAMBS Good to extra spring v Fair to good 25 3 50 3 75 3 40 rB 3 65 3 00 3 25 25 20 50 75 5 5 6 5 i fl 40 25 75 00 SHEEP 2 75 1 50 3 25 2 50 4 75 4 00 4 50 2 50 Louisville St Louis Texas R R Co a InTO TIME SCHEDULE Taking Uffect At 600 oclck A 22 v H Sunday Dec 62 17 1833 IVmI Bound Traxnt Kxprs Kxprs Dally Dally 6 45 7 25 MM 8 40 8 43 Eatt Round Tratni Mall ri STATIONS Kxprs Expt Dally Dally 12 Â¬ 6S0pm 7 454m 800 800 9 07 IvUnn 730 747 765 804 813 8 21 8 33 8 45 917 931 945 964 9 20 Â¬ pi 830 865 000 909 914 917 931 9 28 9 43 10C4 1014 1020 1028 10 33 1030 1060 10 11 West Point UoOam 7 35 1147 7 30 Howard Hoc Haven 1132 714 LongDranch 1121 7 07 Urandenburg Hid 658 K roo 1107 6 48 1059 6 40 Outton Irvington 1060 630 1041 Webster 014 10 3d Lodlburg 6U1 Pierce Sample Stephensport Kentucky St lar U5pm 30 8 20pm 815 a 1105 Id 1121 1130 1131 1140 964 1002 07 1012 1018 1035 1048 1069 1109 10 Addison Holt Cloverport bhopi SI I man Hawesvllle Falcon Cayce Lewispnrt Owentboro Mattlnirly Griffith 1025 1020 1011 10 W 1003 667 662 640 624 - r 6 45 6 3d i yi i v s 948 945 933 9 6 21 6A 4 4 lrtrlo 914 9 08 9 04 469 461 45 42 4 36 4 20 4 08 4 00 3 47 llMm 1212pm 122 12 12 12 1owih Iates 863 8 40 8 25 8 02 7 64 7 61 7 41 7 35 7 27 fy Tried True jCTfPiWptftg 1114 1125 1133 1145 119 38 42 1260 1257 3J 815 MOWS Friend 1163pm 108 114 1 Worthlnifton Heads btanley 341 3 37 3 30 1210am SOpm arIUndcrtn SiMJttavllto II n ctts K 70510 2t5pm 719 323 316 310 tic LousvietHadfnburg TAKING EFFECT Western P R 1 IS No 3 TIME TABLE AVERS SARSAPARILLA will cure you S JULY 29 1801 w West Bound Trains Hast Bound Trains Daily DiW DaUv DTITi ex Sun ex Bun STATIONS ex bun ex Sun No 6 Nol no a No lOOarn jjk H Â¬ 140 I Mam 212 12 Iv 48 UU 18 2A Irvington At 9 3fira 820 uarneiil llarned sod Hardlnsburv Kirk Jolly Olvndcane 2 r KallsMpuifhlv nncKvaie KutU nnter Askia if 6 30 1L Ar PetOik ilevill Lv HFx ATTORNEY 111 BREIOKRNRTDGR NKWS OLOYERPORT KY HARDINSBURG L H Gus Brown News AT LAW OLOVEKPOHT KY is with D arid R Morrnj ona door itbore Headquarters Pophntns saloon Ffty cent hoso for twenly flvo cents at Babbagos 4You can get an excellent lunch at tho Star Saloon We can suit tho most fastidious In gloves W TIME TABLE OOIXO WIST Breckenridge lriccs IJabbago aro all torn to pieces on under- Â¬ Passenger Dally arr Uardlnsburgl2il3 pm OOINO HIT Palienger Dally arr Ilardlnsburg 740 am Public Sale AT To Day To Day WHSADE WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3 1891 Notico to Subscribers The dale on thu label Inillcntca the time to which jour subscription li paid Thli serve both at a receipt an expiration notice every week Kiamlrc the ilatc printed after Your name on the margin aCtlil paper anil tee If It la correct II not correct please to let us know If your time hat expired pleate renew at once r LOCAL BREVITIES TIiq Star Saloon for ico cold drinks TlioStar Saloon or good treatment For uillk tonstgo to tlip City Uakeiy Prompt attention to outers at Charlie Lishcns Perfect poeins in ladles lints nt Miller A Lightfoots Ttio Star Saloon you should visit for excellent drinks Bom Sept 28 to the wife of Anslem linden n line bov Born Kept 29 to the wifo of Henry Armstrong a girl Fresh crackers and cakes just received at tho City Bakery Tlio latest will be shown to you to day in wraps at Sulzers Wo are up to date in choice millinery Miller Llghtfoot Supply of meat always in excess of de Â¬ mand at Charles Lisbons Watches are cheap Give Short Haynes n watcli inspection No qld hats in our stock everything new at Miller Lightfoots Fresh oysters and celery can now bo procured at Charles Lishcns Suners exposition of ladies wraps now open admission free Sulzers yjohn Lillard is putting up a tobacco manufacturer in tho west end of town Jrfie new Catholic church in this city will be dedicated Sunday October -- 1st Ladies take ft peep at Sulzers 300 dif- Â¬ ferent Stylo wraps come to day Sul r rs MrsDr J T Owen has been quite sick for several days Sho was better yesterday Be sure to visit Sulzers to day and see tho elegant display of ladies wraps y ar Supers Tho colored school opened Monday with three teachers and a full attendance of pupils It is said since last Sunday not ft bunch of grapes can be found in Ave miles of this town Ackermann bottle beer is The Setin far superior to any other and can bo found at the Star Saloon If you n o a judge of quality you will say our candies arc tho best and purest Co in town 0 Koidel If thine eyes offend thee donot pluck thorn out and cast them from thee but call at the Star Saloon II 0 Cornwell has thirty men atwoik in the Asliby rock quary getting out stono for the Louisville canal Go to Headquarters Pophams saloon and get a nice refreshing drink any- Â¬ thing from lemonades to ice toddles Cleanliness is agrcat road to health uurpsoap uispiuy is we special leuiuru 01 r attraction this waek Short A Havnes vXr W E Dockery McDaniels Re- Â¬ public candidate for Assessor was in town Monday enrouto to Stephensport A special train leaves this city morning at 8 oclock for tiie Owens boro fair One fare for the round tiip Malarial disorders as often attack resi Â¬ dents of large cities as of the country Ayers Aguo Cure is warranted a safe and certain specific vffingino No 5 with Pat Cain and Henry May holding her down came out of the shops Monday looking as clean andbright as a new pin ilenry Carman showed us fine a sample of Worlds Fair corn grown on his place this season Corn all over the county is turning out much better than was ex Â¬ pected Wo have secured tho services of our former trimmer Miss Ida Howell of Louisville who we guuranteo to give - satisfaction Give her a trial Miller A Llghtfoot A good Methodist sister who took in I tho Conference at Owensboro says dont know when I ever hail such a good The Conference was a perfect time feast I can live all winter on it TJio first apple wo liavo heard fall from a tree this season was in Mr Vests yard Sunday There wero only two on tho tree and Mrs Vest has been watch- ing and nursing them all summer Sho was kind enough to divide with her very hungry neighbor The City council held its regular monthly meeting Monday night Not- Â¬ hing put routine business transacted Or yleiikillnian presented a petition asking A a repeal of the bicyclo ordinance which prevents wheelmen from riding on the 61 sidewalks The Council refused to take any action in tho matter Mrs Weaver in writing to a friend in Uiis city from her home in Canada says We are enjoying tho most delightful pjaches apples grapes and fruits of all kinds are In abundance and very cheap TIia nrrlmruilii nro covered with area C big luscious peacnes which you can How wo get merely for tho asking Kentuckians would like to step into one of those orchards just about now Mr Bate Washington was a member of Morgans command and was with the General when he crossed the river at Bfftndenburg He says he remembers 1 P- t HpWell the burning of the steamboat Dean Alo ane ther instance which came near costing him hi Hie Tie says he was very tired and sleepy from a long march when he arrived there and was stationed ont In town as a guard He was so worn out for sleep that he sat down on Mrs AUraf1 steps fronting the river and When lie woke up Miere were two bullet holes ju the steps one net above hlui and one beow Soma 1 loine f uanl across the rivfcr he thinks was laying for him mm ha believes to this day It was Judf Stuart -- day to see bis son Pitts at Reuben Miller went to the slaughter Stephensport yesterday Mrs Henry Davis went to Louisville Satur Â¬ day to see her daeghter Mrs Sam May of Ilardlnsburg Is visiting Mr and Mrs Thos Lewis Mr and Mrs F J Ferry attended Confer ence at Owensboro last week Miss Nellie Burks of lioll Is visiting Mrs W II Courtney Owensboro Mr and Mrs Oscar Haynes of Union Star were In tho city last Thursday Miss Laura Yeager spent Sunday the guest of Miss Laura Robins Skillman Judge Rawllngs of Brandenburg was at Sample last Saturday on business Miss Little Rlcketts who has been visiting relatives at Union Star returned yesterday Mrs A M llljtho of Ilardlnsburg Is the guest of her daughter Mrs T C Tousey Â¬ James Kincheloc the jeweler can suit wear at Bubbngos Four mlcs South of Brandenburg sell at Public Auction Ten cents will buy a glass of beer and vou both in quality and price a lunch at the Star Snloon Prompt attention to all will bo my The coldest and best beer kfg and motto James Kincheloc tho jeweler bottle at Headquarters Pophams sa- Â¬ Ilardlnsburg loon Musical Instruments purchased of me I boast of It and other people brag on nover looso their soft sweet tone James it tho good quality of my liquor M Klnchclop Ilardlnsburg F Iopham Twenty eight head of horses consisting of James Klncheloo having succeeded j6r Neusoin is painltngtheCloverport Six brood Mares bred to Splendor three good the well known establishment of T C Hotel a bright Vermillion red with white harness Mares four three year olds eight Lewis Co of Ilardlnsburg desires and bronze green trimmings still your luture patronage two yeor olds four yearlings and four wean JlcTtow iMT ltmtw Whatever fashion prescribes our mil- Â¬ The Fiscal Court which Is in session ling Colts all of said colts being tho get of linery store provides all the picturesque For little folks as this week will have somo Important bus Â¬ shapes of the season Messenger Aberdeen Star Hermont and grown up and at prices iness to transact That which will bring Splendor well as fur the Two good work horses and two fino work mules that mean business Mrs II V Dun- forth the most discussion is the public I will aho sell a quantity of Farm Implements etc such as Wheat road question under tho now law County can Judgo Adklsson says the members of Drill Corn Drill Binder Harrow etc Also Buggies Harness etc PERSONAL the court must act upon tho matter for Tho terms of this sale will bo very liberal which will be made tho public good Tho new law gives known on tho day of sale Dr S I Adkluon went to Irvlngton Mon tho court the power to levy a tax for tho Ther6 will be conveyances from Weldon and Ekron stations to tho salo day purpose of keeping up tho piiblie roads W J Dean Jr of Qlendtane was In town and it is believed nt this time that this Sunday law should bo put in force In such an Mr Dr Smith returned from Owensboro event there will have to be n road Super- Â¬ Yesterdnv BRANDENBURG KY visor elected for the entire county and Morris Beard of Hardlnaburg spent Sun Â¬ also ouo for each district In making day In tojrn Arcble Hopper of Louisville spent Sunday this selection tho court should get tho Those who best man they can find In the city Willis Green of Falls of Rough was in this hnvo been spoken of for the position ore city Monday Mr J E Monarch of this place- and Miss dense Srashear arrived Sunday even Wm Stith of Bewleyville There will ing from Owensboro doubtless be other applicants before the Mrs J 0 Dabbage Is attending the Owens race closes The Supervisor is appoint Â¬ bora Fair this week ed for two years and Ids compensation C P Babbage sr went to Louisville Sun Â¬ of fixed by the court SPRINGS FARM sir fllww On Friday October 5th 1894 i ii ii 2uu uit uuiuiuuy mviicu tu can at Sulzers to day l- ij Wednesday Oct 3rd More than 300 Ladies Wraps no two alike will be on exhibition Â¬ J F WOOLFOLK JLjedication Services Ladies here will be a chance to secure the very latest garment Our Clothing and Shoe Depart partment is full of good things GLENDEANE Bill Hook of Ilardlnsburg was hero mint The 21st October the new St Rose Church will be Friday David Moorman went to Ilardlnsburg to day Tuesday Sam Bates of Tar Fork attended church here Sunday Summers Dean of Muhlenburg coun- Â¬ ty is visiting his father W J Dean Sr John Dean who has been in Lonis villo for several days will return to day or tomorrow Misses Bettie and Jennie Cooper of Ruth we e yisitlng Miss Amanda Dean last Thursday v That charming little school marm Miss Katie Board attended preaching at Glendean Sunday evening Bro Gregory a Christian minister of White Mills gave us some excellent ser- Â¬ mons at the school chapel last week Stave business Saturday and a Board affair Sunday1 wero the causes of Robert Weatherfords coming down from Har ned Ono of the boys In tho trenches told us yesterday that he had nover seen tho Democracy Of this district in better trim than it Is now Two young ministers one a grand son of Alexandur Campbell will begin a ser- Â¬ ies of meetings at the Christian church at Tar Fork next Sunday His rustication and home staying be Â¬ ing over till Xmos Edgar Lewis left Monday morning to go upon the road again for his Cincinnati house IMrs Rena Flood and little son Doug- Â¬ las returned to Stophonsport Saturday They had been with her brother Milt Matheny for about two weeks VThls is a dry placo so far as drinking Local option prevails and Is concerned water Is scarce and getting scarcer Tho public well is pumped dry each day vMiss Carrie Moorman has a class in music which she is teaching at tho pub- Â¬ lic school building As several of tho studonts are taklug music it is very con- Â¬ venient Miss Amanda Dean is at Owensboro this week A good many of our people will go down to attend tho fair but as we are unable- to get all the names well give nono Glendcane however will be well represented has Schindler of Irvlngton completed tho masonry and plastering of Mrs Lucy Hunters new hotjse Ho told us tho other day that lie got tho job by advertising in tho News 116 returns in about three weeks and will go out to Rockvale where he will be employed on Mr Charley Fishers up going dwolling John Butler Westvlew was here Sat urday to get seed wheat of D 0 Moor- Â¬ man Mr Moorman has sjUI a great deal for fall sawing and at fair prices too He has about a thousand bushels stored in Louisville which ho wishes were here The price hero is ahead of the city quotations and the demand Is suulclent to Insure its going The individual In Breckonridgo coun- Â¬ ty who can read and doesnt buy bor- Â¬ row beg or in some way get hold of the Naws is behind the procession out of Bight in the rear And tho tcacKer who falls to read tho Loader this winter is perhaps losing success when fifty cents would havo made him a competent man Prof Shauklett Is giving a column of in- Â¬ valuable matter each week in the educa- Â¬ He is telling vhat tional department to teach and how to teach it The mem Â¬ bers of the Reading Circle will find a series of questions arrangod in the Lead Â¬ er and these samo members are request ed to answer through the paper You cant miss It Its only a rose withered shattered dying but Its rich fragrance is complete- Â¬ Thanks to the send- Â¬ ly filling our room er We forget tho trials of now and the mind goes away to the far away past to pure friendship sacred associations and youthful dreams Our little barques are tempest tossed On lifes great ocean and oft we sail where we know not some times suddenly finding ourselves in oaltn waters beside a craft whloh diverged Sometimes from ours in childhood theyre lost to sight forever and only the passing winds ean War us a greetta from the dUantones Wtmle waftbeek its reeepMoa aaJ whUper that The Jay Is brighter sUue the miwifn earns Mr D S Neafus of Meade county was in town Saturday and paid the News office call Miss Edith Bush of Ilawesvtlle was In the elty last Friday the guest of the Misses Mur dedicated at 11 a m The R Rev Wm Geo McClosky D D Bishop of Louisville will bless the church for divine worship Rev Wm Dunn of Glasgow Ky will preach the dedication sermon At 34 p m Conformation will be administered to quite a large class is most Come To Dav v The Latest Novelty in The public in general cordially in- Â¬ ray lls8 Nannie Board of Garfield was among the visitors to the Owensboro Conference last week vited to attend the impressive ceremonies REV GEORGE NTOIAUS Pastor of St Roso Church BEWLEYVILLE Dkab Mn Disappointed Editor woek after week by not finding a column from Bewleyville in the Nkws I am con- Â¬ strained to inquire into the matter Have you a grudgo against us 7 Certain Â¬ ly it cant be that So many of us are subscribers to tho paper and would feel lost without its weekly visits bringing nows gossip and other thlngiwe like to read Now Mr Editor I Teel disposed to ask you to let me bo your correspond Â¬ ent from Bewleyville I think that we stand equal to our Guston Irvlngton Garfield aud neighbors for good looks for good sense and intelligence for good works and in fact just anything that ordinary country people can have Aro we not entitled to representation Well I want to try a while and if you tnke mo please let mo writo somewhat in an original stylo of my own kinder epistolary like instead of smallest items first and each then in turn as they in crease in length Now Hero goes at a venture I suppose most of your readers know How it is something of Bewleyville just a small town in tho county of Breck- Â¬ enridge There aro two churches Methodist and Baptist At tho Method ist church we havo a monthly appoint Â¬ ment of preaching by preacher in charge Just now wo awaitthe action of tho An- Â¬ nual Conferenco as to who that shall bo for another year The Baptists havo had no pastor for nine or ten months Wo have a fino Sabbath school and a prosperous Epworth League which I want to tell you about somo time Wo aro a right good sort of people I think Then there is a large dry goods store kept by Bennett Drury Co Another smaller by Wm Keath Wo have a fino school taught by Misses Ada Drury and Maggie Paul and a music class too There are good citizens in town and fino people in ull tho surrounding country Many things transpire among us This very evening wo had political speeches that might be classed as the best Mr Alex Montgomery our Democratic notn ineo for Congress answered by Mr Chas Blanford of our own place They each did their very best for tho party they re Â¬ presented Mr Editor somo of our citi- Â¬ zens even can just fix tariff andsilver etc to a T You ought to hear them Ought not we all to know mora of poll tics Women tool I must say that tbeso Autumn days are lovely Such profusion of flowers espec- Â¬ ially Golden Rod Being so closely as Â¬ sociated with this beautiful flower in these days of literary aspirations I have chosen for my non doplumo Golden Rod Â¬ DRESS is the GOODS Mr and Mrs J 11 Nelson and family of Qrand View wero the guests of Mr and Mrs Wm Mullen latt week 1 Marshal Geo Jordan wont to Lexington Sunday to attend a meeting of the Uniform Hank Knights of Pythias by her accompanied Mrs S C Yeager daughter Katie Pearl was the guest of Mrs Robins at Skillman Sunday Rev Rutledge and wife returned home Mon Â¬ day Ills brother E T Rutledge whom he went to see died while he was at home Major li S Wbaten who has been at the Tar Springs for several weeks for his health returned to bis borne in New Orleans La yes- Â¬ terday Mrs Charles Liahen and Mrs Mallnda Camp left Saturday for Louisville They will remain several weeks visiting Mr and Mrs Alien Jamison R L Adkinson Ilardlnsburg and secre Â¬ was In town tary of the Goshen Association yesterday and contracted with the Nkws for printing the minutes Rev Crow and Rer Edrington passed up on the train yesterday returning from Con Â¬ They both wished to be remembered ference to tbelr old friends in this town V The following persons left yesterday to at Â¬ tend the Owensboro Fair Mrs J II Rowland Mrs David Cully Mrs Frank Selfrled and Mils Katie Boyd Mr Charles May and daughter Mils Eva and Geo Qetiendsnner Mrs Chas Anient left yesterday to make her future home In Ellsabethtowu Mrs Amsnt by her genial and pleaiant manners has so endeared herielf to the hearts of this people that tis with regret they give her up She was an active and willing worker In the ohurcb and as a member of the choir her voloe and icrvlces will be sadly missed The Niws with maty friends hope that her lot may be cast inileaiant plaeei and that she and her husband may live long enjoy life and be irosf eroai wherever they go CAPTURED Robt Wilson Cooloy Captured at Glendeano by Detectivo Wills J H Black ind White and Wanted in Illinois Charges on Several BREAKS JAIL Blue ind White tlbcrt lV A Bold Robbery V Mr Barnoy Bolder was robbed of fM in money last Saturday night while he was a sleep in his bed at homo Mr Bolder has been suffering for sotrio time with rheumatism and does not sleep well When he does sleep he has of nights to take opiates consequently he sleeps very sound when he falls off His bed is near tho window and his habit is to lay his pants near tho bed when he pulls them off Saturday night he was suffer- Â¬ ing as usual and it was late before he re- Â¬ tired and got to sleep Tho gas was turned on and any one on the outside could by turning the slats in the shutters see how to get into the room He thinks tho thief was watching his oppoitunlty and when ho fell asleep he cut the slats in the shutters walkod in and helped himself Ho is thankful lie says that he left hm his pants A few bloodhounds are needed in this town to run tbeso petty thieves and jail deliverers down Chas the Meade County Seducer Must Serve His Wright j faalp Sentence Ky Sept pO The Court of Appeals to day afllmed the sentence of the lower court in the case of Charles WHghtref Meade county Wright was convicted and senteneed to the peniten Â¬ tiary for two years for seducing Inez Woods a girl whom he bad betrayed under promise of marriage When the ease was called in the lower court Wright in open court agreed to marry the girl but site refused to marry him Wijght Hile P as a defense and on this then point OMried bis case to tlie Cowl 0 A apeak He was seateaesd tet wo years ill prison FRANk roRT EEWARD Shekrco Shamoun my cousin Is sup Â¬ posed to be lost I left him 10 days ago about 7 miles from Owensboro near 0 A N Ry Ho was to be here Saturday He is Sept 20 but failed to show up an Assyrian peddler has one box and a valise is 30 years old 6 ft 7 inches high dark eyes small dark complected moustache weighs about 140 lbs had blue eottonnade pants black coat and shirt ami soft hat A liberal reward for Any one knowing of sueh Information a man write or come to see me and I will xtakelt all right JoeitPM HawMvilU Ky Oot a When in nood of a first class Shave StyliBh Hnir Cut Rofroshlng Shampoo Ploaso glvo mo a call Married Under the Clifts and Chlldrena Latliea Ipmh iKun rttiuu uuu mr ieonaru cutting a specialty hair Weatherholt were married at tho Tar Springs last Friday Re v Ellis of Rock Shop at tho old Btand ono door port officiated Those in attendance bolow Short Haynos were Mrs Farmer Mrs Jacob Weather holt Wayman Furrow and two ladies from Louisville This is the first wed- Â¬ ding that has taken place at Tar Springs for several years Robt Wilson Cooloy who for the past month has been working on tho section at Glendeane was arrested there last week by Detective J II Wills of this city on a charge of robbery and house burning at McClcans Illinois Mr Wills has been on tho lookout for this man Wilson alias Cooloy for several months Ho has known of his being In the county but could nover locate him until he heard of him at Glendeano He went over there captured him and took him to Ilardlnsburg to a wait orders from tho sheriff of Hamilton county Illinois II M Crouch tho sheriff camo over identified tho man and ho was brought to this city to await a requisition from tho governor Whllo waiting for tho requisition liabeas corpus proceedings were instituted for his release On this writ he was released but was re arrested on a charge of robbery committed at Hopklnsville and put back In jail This was last Saturday morning Tho requis-Â¬ ition from tho Governor arrived on tho 10 n rn train Mr Crouch thinking his prisoner perfectly safo concluded to let him remain in jail until tho next train arrived which was 030 p in when ho would proceed with him to some Circuit Judge for identity The city Jail Is in charge of marshal Jordan who says tho prisoner was all right when ho took him ids supper at 7 oclock But when ho wont back thore in a few minutes after wardi there was no sign of his man ex- Â¬ cept his coat which was found outside the jail just under tho window where it is supposed he made his escape The question that is puzzling every- Â¬ body in this town is how the prisoner got out The cell is intact and just as he left it savo the lock which Is suppos Â¬ ed to have disappeared with the prisoner Cooley was a bad character and had escaped from sheriff Crouch once before this Duek Suitings Dont miss an opportunity to get one Very Respectfully B P Beard Co HARDINSBURG KY SEND YOUR- - Straw and Felt Hats To bo colored and re shnped to - - FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS 713 West JulTcrson Street LOUISVILLE KY City Barber Ie Want You To como to ouretoro looking pleasant some times We havo so much to soil besides quinine aud nil thoso blttor things Wo dont want you to think we aro happy only when yon aro sick 0 coureo If you must be III we always want to put up Shop your PRESCRIPTION but wo have many things that you neod besides medi clues Look at our lino of TOILET GOODS Tooth Brushes for Instance Perfume and Toilet Waten Fine Soaps There is wU comfort In all them articles and many Motes their uee will drive away awdletne KILIAN GOEBEL Cloverport Prop Ky Fok Salk Drug store in Irvlngton FOB BALI doing a good business A chance to Ono HuaJrJ m1 thres wm of Uad Ijtag make money reason for selling want to within one hlf mils of HsrJlmVarg on tho change my business Chas Stith CleYorpoft b4 lUrdlasbanr tatnplko nit lbs sim Public Sale On Sturdy October M I will tell on my arm near Ourton to th highest bidder my hsrse and mule end nlto farming Implements r Wader mower takee stows ceneUtlnir of September tta Se4- - at Nudum oa whUh tho old fair frroaado stood asfM of this plaoo Is sulUUU for oultl ratloa aad abeat tlilrtj awo la tinbor Tho pUo Is nadsf good fsaoo aad woll watorsd It II for a jrwd htm Is a doslrablo buitdtog ilu aad U 1wts oMToaUat a ta tj atarkot Twbh roasoaofclo Slity had gd ltlB KINCHELOE J T KIHtJaVMif VainNMbwf ihIi Druggists - n I BOARD KT HAKDIN8BUHQ ty jJynfPfcairWAJ - MMMHM THEX -- FTTr H i 6 Highest of all hi Leavening Power BRRGKHNRIDGEl KJWS GtxOVElRPQRaS KY AFTERNOON SESSION Poynter Cloverport Morris Forster Latest U S Govt Report Afternoon session opened with singing Hardinsburg Hattio Peyton Cloverport by tho Institute J O Isaacs Webster Paulino Hamil Â¬ Names of now teachers taken and roll ton Irvington llaulicl Hestern Rowley called after which the subject of words ville Ida Miles and Sulie Miles Brand was introduced by Mjes llattlu Peyton pnburg O T Cook I aconlii Nobla Eug- Somo very good ideas were advanced by Irvington Suetta Crowders Brand- Mr C T Cook on teaching spelling pnbiirg0 K Badger Brandenburg Ada Atlas R Hestern guvo n very excellent Hatfield Holt Una E McClellan Holt analysis of words There is no medicine so often needed Ijinguago work was introduced by Miss Paulino Hamilton Tho subject discuss in every homo and so admirably adapted to tho purposes for which it is intended ed by Mr Robards and Prof Price us Chamberlains Pain Balm Hardly a The Institute took a short recces Will After recess an instrumental solo was weok passes but somo member of the family Las peed of it A toothacho or Breckenridge News COLORED PEDAGOGUES rendered by Miss Sadie MilesMr O T headache may bo cured by it A touch Grammar Introduced by Cook Commented on by Messrs Isaacs of rlieuiimtisiu or neuralgia quieted WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3 1804 Tho severo pain of a burn or scald Board and Prof Price Composition introduced by Miss Hay- Â¬ promptly relieved and the soro healed in They Meet at Hardinsburg and Discuss WAGES GOING UP don commented on by Miss Hestern and much less time than when medicine lias Matters Educational and Otherwise Prof Price After the analysis of a sen Â¬ to bo sent for A sprain may bo prompt- Â¬ tence that had been written on tho board ly treated before imllammation sets In by the Conductor tho Institute stood which insures a cure in about one third Unusual Prosperity in Factories Superintendent Driskell Has a Good Word adjourned until Wednesday a in at 8 45 of the time other wiso required Cuts More New Woolen and Cotton and bruises should recti vo immediate WEDNESDAY MOItNINO SESSION for Them Mills Than for Four Years Tlio Institute opened by fringing and treatment before tlio parts become devotional exercise conducted by Rev swollen wdiich can only bo ilono when Pain Balm is kept at hand A soro Horton TWENTY TEACHERS ENROLLED eight weeks A 25 PER CENT WAGE ADVANCE Some remarks wero made by Prof throat may bo cured before it becomes serious A troublesome corn may be Prico on tho imagination of the child Tho subject of school grading was talk Â¬ removed by applying it twice a day for a Breckuuridgo County Colored Insti- Â¬ Thcsoaro tlio bail times very bail tute convened Sept 17th 1894 in tho ed of by Miss McClellan and Prof Price week or two A lame back may bo cured times for political wool growers anil colored M E church of Hardinsburg Following this the school law was read and several days of valuable timo saved by County Superintendent Driskell until or a pain in the side or chest relieved calamity howlers Not only do prices of Ky 1rof Win Ioynter conductor without paying a doctor bill Procure h domestic wools remain firm at ah ad- Â¬ Devotional exercise conducted by Rev recess hour Tho institute listened to a well rend Â¬ CO cent bottlo at once and you will never vance of about 10 por cent above the Hortou Singing by the Institute regret it For sale by A R Fisher Cio McKinley prices of two months ago but By common consent the janitor of the ered solo by Miss Forster Board Subject of geography was introduced veriwrtj Ky and Kinclieloe there is unusual activity in the woolen church was employed by tho Institute to by Miss Sadie Miles Discussed by Miss Hardinsburg anil cotton mills serve during the session Tlio Wool and Cotton Reporter de- Â¬ On motion Miss L E McClellau was Haynes Mr Braxton and Prof Poynter VICTIM OF HIS OWN JOKE After roll call the morning session ad Â¬ votes a page every week to a Bulletin elected secretary of New Enterprises which however Enrollment of teachers next in order journed until 130 oclock AFTEHNOON SKNSION includes mills shutting down There Nineteen were enrolled His Last Desire Was to See Himself used to be more mills shutting down Afternoon session opened with music After enrollment the Superintendent Die and He Did than starting up but sinco the passage made some very interesting remarks re- by Miss Mitehem Following roll call ofthofree trade Wilson bill which lative to the activity tho energetic teach Â¬ the subject of history was introduced by One of tho oddest characters that Discussed by Miss Ida Miles was to annihilate tlio woolen industry er manifests towards tho pupil Itemarks Mr Cook Chicago has known was a blithe fellow C E Badger and Conductor the record lias been a remarkablo one heartily endorsed by the teachers They called him Pink Mr W W Board introduced tho sub Â¬ named Horn better than for any two weeks during Tho meeting was then organized for Horn Ho boasted that ho could not the four years of McKinloyisin business aftcracach teacher had told his ject of physiology This subject was keep money ho declared that as ho was BicyclingDown Nit Washington For the week ending September 0 tlio or her experience as teacher much talked of by several of the mem Â¬ a horn ho must needs blow himself In- Â¬ of Reporter mentions five new mills one Committee of arrangement 1rof bers of tlio Institute After recess tho which is a cotton mill to cost 150000 Price 1rof W II Board and Miss M stitute was tntertained by County Sup Â¬ It was this joke that allured him from A Wheelmans Exoiting Eide and a After twenty eight enlargements and Improve- Â¬ Haydon erintendent statingvtlio duties of trustees his trade that of sign painting Wheelwomans Placid Journey He was not Session adjourned until Thursday a m this he lived on his wits ments anil twenty mills starting up one Committee on resolutions Mr Braxknown to bo dishonest but to tho man of which has been closed nine months ton Mr Hiley and Miss Torster at S30 who lives by his wits there comes but One of Poi Hands well known wheel Â¬ and another five years TlltlllSllAY MOIININll SESSION Committees appointed by Superintenfew Jtwinges of conscience Once ho men Mr Perez T Giilllnhnsjusthad an Bros of StaMoril Springs are dent Rawitzer Thursdays session opened by singing in ado a reputation in a new direction experience on Mount Washington that mentioned as having settled witlt their Fifteen minutes for recess was grant- Â¬ Scripture reading by Prof Price Roll One cold day he took oh a now overcoat will afford a lesson and warning to others dissatisfied weavers giving them a 25 per ed call twenty four teachers responded Mr Griflin cent advance in wages This waire ad The work on having a program and and wrapped it about the shoulders of a who may visit that region The Reading Circle work was introvance is more titan the- - American Econ Â¬ duced immediately after recess by Supt ailhereiug to it was tlio first work for ar Â¬ thinly clad negro woman whom ho met went to North Conway on the train and omist could ind in any protected in Â¬ Driskell urging the importance of each gument and several teachers gave ideas in the street His companions marvel- Â¬ then wheeled to Fabyans at the foot of There he put his dustry during the lirst two years of teacher taking the work of his or her plan Some remarks by tho led at this knowing that he had but Mount Washington little money and in reply to their expres- wheel onto tho express car of the littlo McICinleyism subject of Psychology was tho Superintendent The sions of surprise ho remarked railroad and rodo to the Tip Top llouso The record is a good one but that for first branch to be discussed School government by Prof Piice The out- Â¬ My father was a slavo owner before From tho summit n carriage road leads the week ending September 13 is better lines being given by the Instructor The After recess the Institute was enter Â¬ tho war and an old black mammy down tlio mountain eight miles toward During this week there were fifteen subject was then declared open for argu- Â¬ tained by a male quartette the site where once was tlio Glen House items under the column headed New ment Art of teaching in connection with brought mo up He always woro a flower on his coat Beforo the burning of that hotel this Mills One of the mills mentioned is school apparatus discussed by Misses The question arose us to the lime and when tho ilower was a wilted one carriage road was kept in good condition to have 18000 spindles and to be the when the pupil should uso the text Haydon Hamilton and Hi stern his acquaintances knew that ho was and bicycilsts have ridden down it even largest cotton mill in the south Some talk by County Superintendent book Some facts were advanced for tho hungry He was a man of courage on the old fashioned high wheels Mr Another for making cotton wool and study of Psychology in a primay form to Session adjourned until 130 Once in a playful mood he fought Griliin was told at the summit that the worsted yarn is to occupy a building 110 bo taught to very young pupils AKTEHNOON SESSION Black Jack the commander of the road was in bad condition washed out by 200 feet which structure alone is to Afternoon sefsion opened by singing By order of Superintendent the mornBut ho is cost 10000 The plans for the new ing session adjourned until liliO oclock One of tho most interesting talks of bumbcat nnd defeated him and this was and gullied in many places His great fad was to in Â¬ used to riding hills and can stop his ma Â¬ plant says the Reporter have been tlio Institute was given by Iof Price on no easy matter AFTKKItSOON SESSION vestigate everything and in this reepect chine half way down Grovo street hill ready for some time but it is said the Afternoon session opened by singing school libraries construction of the mill depended upon Miss L A Mitehem presiding at the Music by the young men of the Insti- Â¬ ho became strangely curious towards tho locally famous among wheelmen for its Ho had a mania for gazng into steep deceut last Therefore thinking that the settlement of the tarid question It organ tute is located at Philadelphia Proi Poynter gavo a most interesting tho eyes of adying man and often hung rido down would bo safe Kr Griflin Names of new teachers and roll called about the hospitals Ho used to say that started Thoso who have ridden down Another cotton mill with -- 5000 spin- Â¬ The subject of penmanship was intro- Â¬ talk on teachers library Some of this road will remember its Bteep descents dles is to bo built at GafTney S C duced by Mr W W Board A heated Roll call twenty four teachers respond he intended to see himself dio his friends said that he was losing his and sharp turns with rocky wall on the with a capital of 250000 discussion aroso relative to tho copy- Â¬ ed when the session stood ndjourned mind upper side and the rockclad abyss on tho Another cotton mill with 100000 book slaie and pencil The one accus- Â¬ until Friday a m 8 15 Well hard luck came and he drifted other As ho had been told that he was capital is proposed for Bath S C Two ing the other of the poor hand writing so FRIDAY MOItNINU SESSION South and then into hundred thousand dollars have already universal Finally poor writing was atlriuays session opened with singing away He went ho found no place to the unlikoly to meet any team Mr GriflinÂ¬ West But in proceeded with greater assurance al been subscribed by the Institute Devotional exercise far tributed to carelessness terest him In Dead wood ho did all though his speed soon became such as to The other new mills are for the manMusic by A duet was sung by Prof Price and W conducted qy Prof Poynter sorts of jobs striving to get back to givo him considerable alarm Holding ufacture of woolen cotton knit hosiery W Board Miss Rachel Heston presid- Â¬ Miss Mitehem Ho said that ho had but a his brake so hard that his hand and arm and silk goods Each teacher responded to tho roll call Chicago ing at the organ short while longor to live and that It wero numb and back pedaling with all lTnder the column Enlargements and Tho subject of Civics was very inter Â¬ by giving a quotation from somo favorite would embarrass him to die away from his might ho yet sped downward at a Improvements there are eighteen men- estingly presented by Prof Poynter author home He como back and stood about speed that began to alarm him But the tions Under tho column SUrting Up Tho County Superintendent Tho program for Tuesday having been made Shutting Down twenty mills are arranged and read the session then ad some remarks relative to the reading tho corners looking for his old friend assurance received at the Tip Top llouso and but found them not No one knew him that no teams were likely to bo met was mentioned as having started or about to journed until Tuesday a m at 830 circle work Why you must have heard of mo comforting tho flying wheelman start up One of these has been closed Art of teaching introduced by Miss Tuesdays session ho said to a man I am Pink Horn SHldonly rounding a sharp curve about since April last another over a year and Miles This subject received more timo Tuesdays session convened at 845 Never heard of you sir a third of tho way down a team ap Â¬ a third for two years All three are Devotional exerciso conducted by Prof than any of tlio psychologicalt opics Why I was here beforo tho fire peared coming up Several alternatives woolen mills Only four are mentioned Price After recess and music by Miss Hest- Â¬ That may be but I never heard of presonted themselves to Mr Griflin and as shutting down one to make repairs ern the subject of discipline was assign Singing by tho Institute you To pass each of them was full of peril another for two weeks another because Tho subject of Psychology was discuss Â¬ ed Mr Braxton who gave a very good Didnt you heur of the sport who tlio team was impossible of a death and the last is running on ed by Profs Poynter and Price He might go talk on it Bhort time on account of low water School attendance was emphasized by took off his overcoat one blizzardy day over the outer edge of the road and fall First work on program was Arithmetic onto tho rocks below or dash himself If this sort of business goes on until Subject introduced by Prof W II Board the talk of Misses Hatfield Hamilton and gavo it to a black woman Oil yes I believe I belivo I did hear against tho rocks of the inner edge or November the result of the election may This subject of figures is one thut gener Â¬ and Prof Price So you are the man Well not be so satisfactory to the Republicans ally receives too much time in the school run into tlio team or make a flying leap The State Reading Circle was assigned of that see you again So long off ids machine To stop was impossible us they have been anticipating They room to tlio disadvantage of other Prof Poynter No one cared to talk to him He for ho was straining every musclo at must either muuage to keep the mills branches There were some very inter Â¬ Ar TEIlNOON SESSION closed or to keep the backwoods voters esting points brought out relative to Afternoon session opened with singing slrovo to joke but his merriment was brake and pedal without lessoning the the ghastly from knowing that more wheels are rapid progress made by tho child if prop by Institute speed at all One night lost week they took him up turning than over before Can they erly taught when he first enters school Mr Griflin decided to leap at the same Roll call teachirj responded with a and carried him to the hospital And time keeping hold of his machine if pos- Â¬ stuvw off prosperity until after election Mental Arithmetic immediately fol- - quotation r If the drought had only lasted two iowcui practical aritnmctic un tills sub Â¬ Remarks by County Superintendent this is the story they tell Ho had been sible It is not a difficult mutter for a months longer Republican prospects ject tho Institute stood divided a part and many of the teachers relative to tho in bed two days when a physician told bicyclist to leap from his machino while him that he had but a few hours to live riding at speed and land on his feet But would be brighter contending that the text book might be very pleasant session Are you sure he asked to keep the feet on a steep down grade Committee on resolutions made their disposed of without doing the child any Mr T E Wiley HO Chambers St I am certain If you havo any ai under such circumstances is very hard injury and thus thd argument pro and report Tho Chairman read the follow- Â¬ New York City says that Ayers Sarsa ing resolutions which wero adopted viz raugements to make youd better make In this case whon the riders feet struck parilla cured him of a dry and scaly con was indulged in until the hour for them the earth they bounded off again and ho Hesolviii That any teacher who hull agree humor from which lie had siillercd recess My lungs are about gone I suppose to teach a school for a longer time than fie flew several feet besldo tho machine After recess music by tho Institute intolerably lie adds I have not now Yes practically mouths for the money appropriated for aid only to bound again as his feet touched Reading was introduced by Miss Mary district shall be denounced a traitor a blemish on my body and my cure is Wilt you do mo a favor the earth But he managed to keep both M Haydon This subject was gliding lUbOLVED That any teacher whu has failed wholly duo to Ayers Sareaparilla Surely What Is it lilmself and his machine from fulling oft to attend this Institute shall be dealt with ac smoothly until the Conductor exclaimed Well I want to see myself die road and at tho very noso of tho ap Â¬ Abolish It Put on your breaks Hero tho debate cording to law I dont understand you IUsulvku That the proaching horso managed to stop It The Hartford Herald says Let the arose about using slang in tho school return a vote of thanks members of this Institute to 1rof Win Ioynter I simply want to see how I look was an exceedingly narrow escape and auuu Incaiiipment business come to an room Concluding remarks madoby tho for his earnest instruction also Supt Driskell while dying Prop mo up and put a only a perfectly trained rider could havo end Already the useless Benselebs Conductor After some argument on lor the Interest he has manifested In our work mirror at the foot of the bed accomplished it during this session and heartily thank him for farce of maintaining at the States ex Â¬ chart work the institute then adjourned Oh that would bo lilt donation At tho Half Way House Mr Griflin pense a yearly Jamboree to bo enjoyod until 130 oclock UcwiVKD That a vote of thanks be given the You said you would do mo a favor took tho advice of tho keeper and lashed by a lot of young ducks who do not care and gentlemen who favored us with ladles And I will his broko until ho could scarcely turn to go out frolicking on their own account music also to the people of Hardinsburg for Tho Doctor propped him un and a the wheel With the aid of this and by lnfumishlng everything possible their kindness has been indulged too long Tho follow- Â¬ for our comfort again do we vote thanks for the nurse brought a mirror and placed it so back pedaling ho managed to make tho ing from the Glasgow Times is true and use iff the chutcli and the favored presence of that he could gazo into It And so they rest of the way with much trouble and to tho point Tho annual encampment the pastor Ilcv Ilnrton left him for a timo He said that ho de danger the road being very bud His of tho State guards aio entirely useless IUsolvku That the Secretary receive some sired to bo alono When they came tire was uoarly torn to pieces tho outer Is averted or If too Into to compensation for scvlce rendered wastefully extravagant to tho State and back ho was his gaze was wide ItiaoLVKD That we utterly demoralizing to those engaged in nvort it it is often cured and sympathy to our fellow estend our heart felt and his glossydead mirrored tho mirror tubo being almost skinned off leaving eyes teacher Miss rosier the inner tubo bare in so vera places them A plain unvarnished account of always relieved by who met with a painful misfortune Wanted to see himself die He was an At tho foot of the mpuntaln Mr Griffin tlio happenings of tho Paducah encamp- Â¬ Pauline Hamilton odd character Chicago Daily Inter was told that a fow days beforo a young ment would contain many pages unfit Com Maiiion Rhkv Ocean lady had coasted down on her bicycle J Ciias Biiaxton for reading in any decent household safely by means of a novel device The cost to tho State is excessive After the certificates had been distri Â¬ Kvcry mother should know that croup 4HHMHMMHBMrr Securing a log of wood six or eight feet amounting to thousands of dollars and buted iinil tho fee collected tho Institute can bo prevented Tlio first symptom of long she attached it to her bicycle by Â¬ is productive of no good results whatwas declured adjourned by motion true croup is hoarsoncss This is fol This served as a drag means of a ropo ever L E McCiklian Secretary lowed by a poculiar rough cough If Then bearing hard on tho brake and The first duty of tho next legislature Chamberlains Cough Remedy is given back pedaling she managed NAMES Or TKACIIEIIS ENROLLED to reduce should bo to abolish the State guard an Â¬ 1rof J A Price Hardinsburg Ed- Â¬ freely as soon as the child bocomea her speed to the limit of safety But tho Cream of Cod liver Oil ward Beard Rock Lick Nettie Haynes hoarse or oven after the cough has de Â¬ nual encampment thero aro daugors to such a device since Cures Coughs Colds and Hardinsburg Lucy A Mitehem Guston veloped it will prevent the attack 25 if tho log should catch behind a rock or Above The Belt Weak Lungs Physiciant tho W H Board Brandenburg W W and 60 cent bottles for sale by A It in a gully in the road tho rider might bo sJ sjlni lie wanted to look it her inkle Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kinclieloe thrown Portland Daily frees But the kicked like be kicking ofraue Board Hardinsburg Mary M Haydon world over endorse It be looked he Mid You mart lore uu Harned tt Board Hardinsburg Ky Stcphensport Clius BraxtOn up it blm kj Srislilutesl EWt bi Call at BabbageB the Quits KurnUher Station Marion Riley Hardinsburg Dr Price CrMm Baking Powder My the MinjuU of Qutcnsliurr rule N Y All Df fists Be k Scetl for cold weather underwear Clarence Robarib Qleudvane Prof Wrr Tattler In IouUilll Times WtfMi Pair Hlf bti Award Rpyal ABSOLUTELY PURE jm Baking Powder EBgmgSQESSSilBai Breckenrid ge Normal Colleee lb mm SfflC begin its second scholastic year H its ril I 1 w jffi ll mi 3 4 Tuesday Sept 4 1894 3300 Will pay all expenses for one term of ten weeks There will be four terms of ten Jweeks each and one term of s Jl ttr m Tuition 800 per term in advance Board 1000 per month everything furnished Address R P SHACKLETT President Â¬ HARDINSBURG KY A Model Church and Pastor The Kentucky Baptist has this to say of the pastor of Buck Grovo church The church with which tho Association met Buck Grove is ono of the best in the Associatiounud is n model church and it is well known it has a model pastor who has served the church for thirty flvo years 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