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THE BREOKENRIDUE NEWS 4 VOL XX I CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY Then Hell nsk tninsimi of Henven GLENDEANE Where is I Ul i u Atdirriift liui llnynrp Davis Young 1 M lovo Hen Current nnd Mim Hook Hardinsburg visited Mrs Dock amy Theyll all answer with J R Mattingly last week one voice Hero wo nre Lord weve Mr Hodges aud family of Mays hern tho best Populists in Meade Coun ty dont know but what were little Grove Hardin county nro visiting Mr Bob Wcller SlIMKtO better than you Lord Miss Lutio Moorman and father Mr Continued next tuck James Moorman spent Saturday and Sunday in Cloverport ROSELAND Look out jack frost is coming Mr Frank Rhodes Sr is on tho sick list Mr John Miotics went to Hardinsburg lost Monday Miss Mittle Fralzo is visiting at On ens boro nnd Henderson Miss Kate Glasscock is teaching a very interesting school here Farmers in this section nre about through cutting tobacco Farmers are busy cutting up corn and getting ready to sow wheat Mr and Mrs 1-- K Rhodes went to Glendeane last week shopping Several from this neighborhood are going to take in the big show next Mon- Â¬ day Mrs Hullo Bosham who has been crazy for u good while died the thiid of this month Miss Maggie Rhodes of Irvington is visiting relatives on Long Lick Mount Carmel and Yellow Lake Lnfo Cannon and Jiminio Muttingly attended the Sunday school at tho Jar-boo and Rhodes school house Mrs Mattie Rhodes and little sons Ernest and Roy are visiting her parents and relatives near Owcnsboro Mr Bob Rhodes has been covering Mr Cliff Mattinglys new bam and en- Â¬ joying those excellent grape pies As the gay season is fast approaching wo nro getting anxious for that party What do you saySudie Wo are sorry to hear of tho death Mrs Cynthia Brown Sho had reached her 77th yeai I guess sho is missed very much Miss Mary Mattinglyand brother Jini mie of Mount Carmel visited Miss Becky Wilson at Mr John Comptons last Sunday Mr Charles Jnrboe one of our enter- Â¬ prising merchants McDaniels went to Louisville last week and purchased his fall stock of goods We were very sorry to learn of the death of little Vonnio Parsons tho love- Â¬ ly llttlo daughteroL Mr Sam Parsons who died tho 20th ult We hear Mrs Matilda Mnttingly bet Â¬ ter know as old grand mother Mattingly for sho has reached her 90th year is ex- Â¬ pected to dio at any time Miss Moggio Rhodes of Yellow Lake and Mr W A Frank of McDaniel vis Â¬ ited Miss Mnttio Mattingly of Planters Hall last Saturday and Sunday Dr R II McMullin has been kept busy this summer and fall during the rago of typhoid fever Ho had twenty five cases and treated them nil success fully The golden October days have como with their mellow sunshine and pleasant air How tho gentle breeza makes tho autumn leaves tremble and sigh as it flirts by them in its joyful glee for soon it will command them to their summer home and carry them to some forlorn spot to wither and perish Â¬ OCTOBER 17 1894 NO 13 SIROCCO Is Getting Tired of Tho Populists Trying to Run Everything in Meado Tho Fact That Somo Men Have Become Crazed on the Quostion Does Not Shako His Faith In tho Miss Lillio Scott llardiusburgafter vis- Â¬ iting Miss Carrie Owen returned homo to day Monday Allen Denn Owcnsboro spent Sunday nt tho home of his father W J Dean Mr Dean is employed in n number of cases in the Hardinsburg court this term Â¬ Grand Principles of Democracy ALBERT JOHNSONS SPEECH All Populist papers arc teeming with i i Sf jf fraud that smells to Heaven perse- Â¬ cuting tho two old political parties especially tho Democratic party heaping coals ol fire on not only tho heads of tho 1rcfildent congressmen and Senators but their constituency as well declaring in thunder tones that the only way susceptible of reaching the seat of tho disease that lias been manifesting itself iu a catalogue of ills is by handing over the reins of tho government to the Populists who are getting awful hungry for pie crying like babies because they cant gt a smell Tills county is besieged with Fopulist papers Wo Democrats somo of us at least get them gratis Wo read them of course read everything wo can get hold of from Tom Painos Age of Iteoscn down to Darwins Theory Tut y do not tend to mar our intellectual powers The belief is firm within us that there is a God a hereafter Tho fact that some men have become crazed in their search alter knowledge doesnt shako our faith in a Divinity and the fact that some of our representatives have gone wrong is no indication that nil Democrats nro thieves Tho versatility of our minds is not moved by the incalescent bowl Â¬ ings of a gang of coyettes and Jackals calamity howlers dead beats or Populists if you please 1 was invited to attend tho club meet ing at Oak Grove tho night of the 5th inst and hear a grand display of elo quence in tho Populist line from Mr Johnson of Uiandenburg When there is any thing of a grandiloquent nature going on in tho country Siroccos mighty apt to tako it in so I took in Johnsons eloquence The only thing I regret In regard to listening to his haranguo is I bad to put a mustard plaster on my side to draw tho soreness out which was caused from tho smothered convulsions of laughter that wouldnt down at my bidding Ho soared aloft on tho wings of oratory bis mellow sweet scented voico rising and falling twixt earth and heaven like the winds harp strains till ono imagined he could see him oscillat- Â¬ ing in etherial space with the angels of heaven bckonlng him up Ho read his speech or essay or whatovor it wai from a manuscript in tablet form never for a solid moment keeping his oyes off of his paper only for a glanco around the room now and then to see if every body Â¬ Â¬ r but aro yet undecidod whethor he intended that address fqr a parody on tho psalms of David n burlesque on Solomon or was trying to paraphroso Bunyans Pilgrims Progress but suffice it to say wo got our sufficiency full and more would have as tho girl Bald been llipity flopity when sho shoved her plate back at tho table and refused to partake of anything more her mother having cautioned her to eat sparingly when in company and when sho was pressed to continue her meal excuse herself thusly Thank you I have a sufficiency and more would bo superfluous But you see tbo old gal got things kinder mixed Johnson never made an application from start to finish it was a continued prologue of psalms In closing he said that he had become very religious since ho had embraced tho Populistic doctrine and didnt see how tho Democrats and Republicans could refrain from becoming members of the Populistic church that Jesus Christ was When tho be6t Populist that everlived ho brought Christ into the ring it was after ho had finished reading his manu- Â¬ script and had fallen to pieces liko an old barrel that had been under the influence of too much sunshine Elislm Ashcraft capped the climax then by ris Â¬ ing to hlsToetand telling the audlonco that he Ashcraft was sorry that Mr Johnson didnt spcakxplaln enough for thorn all to understand him Kllslia then opened tbo doors of tLo church and invited sinners to come for- Â¬ ward and join the Populists while tho congregation sang an old familiar hymn Didnt any body go up I guess they wanted to search tho scriptures and boo if Johnsoutold the truth about Christ being a Populist I houestly believe that some of tho Populists in Meado county thluk that the second coming of Christ s close at hand and when Ho makes His appearance Ilull Bay first thlntr to the Populists Well done thou etc and good and faithful servants All you Populists will say to tlieWiJ Thin Hell say Where la liseflist Jim will sptak up right Jim Arnold Lord Ive bulllragd I quick Democrat and Kepublloans until I the know youll five we a high seat in the was nwako We wore all very much awake 4re Bro Rutledgo preached to tho children nt his Goshen appointment Sunday In tho evening liq came over iind gavo one of his good sermons to nn nttcntivo congregation at the School chapel Mr and Mrs F P Hardaway Mrs C D Hardaway nnd Mrs S P Drury nil of Bew ley vllle have been visiting Mrs David Moorman of this place and Mrs Frank Peyton of Falls of Rough since Fridny They return to morrow At nn interesting school exercise Fri- Â¬ dny afternoon Robert Moorman show Â¬ ed superior ability in answering miscel- Â¬ laneous questions in U S History Miss Hnllio Moorman propounded tho most puzzling questions while Henry Moor- Â¬ man was a close second in selecting tho unanswerable ones If the manly young men7 who in deeds of great daring their brnve firo weapons at night within n few hund Â¬ red yards of churches nnd preaching places had themselves bent across the old gentlemans knee long enough to receive a good spanking they would be Improved considerably A pistol report seems to us would ring echo and resound in their hollow bends for hours so that these samo luddies would bo nnablo to get sleep enough during tho remainder of tho night Try pop guns boys Our news gathering opportunities be- Â¬ ing unusually few this week wo request only a short space for our town In tho absence of other matter wo would bo pleased to note tho fact That Amos Board of Hardinsburg Is ono of tho best hotel men we ever saw Tho new proprietor of tho Hambleton House surely made a lucky hit when he selected Amos clerk This assistance given to such n man as John Alexander doubly assures a very large patronage from tho eating public That John Dyer mora than deserves tho poor housekeepers place If the Democrats of this county never give him another office they will overlook ono of the best men the party lms and show a lack of gratitude to one of its most faith- Â¬ ful workers That neatly uniformed duty doing Huso Morgan of Stcphcnsport was ono of tho noblest looking follows we saw in attendance at court last week Ho in- Â¬ formed us that the membo s of the Christian church aro going to erect a church building at his town Ho was quite successful In soliciting aid from the Hardinsburg business men nnd others whom ho approached That Robert L McGuflin has accepted Co n position with W H Nowinan Bob of Louisvlllo has moved his family to Hardinsburg and is now a veri table drummer with a full supply of drumming cheek Burns will miss both him and his estimablo wife That no gladly note another Brecken Wheat and Corn Thieves ridge boy is not without honor in his A few days since thieves broke in aud adopted home This tinio it is J M stole six bushels of wheat nnd about tho Pile of Wayno Neb Mr ljle had a snmo of corn from Mr T D Ireland varied and successful experience having near Skillman He followed it to Clo bcon teacher author editor lawyer verport where it was sold to the mill lecturer and officeholder in his chosen and got tho exact weight of each together state Ho is now tho Democratic nomi with the name ol the thieves Ho says neo for State Senator from his district that sympathy prevents him from pros- Â¬ ecuting them They aro both young Beyond Comparison men living in the neighborhood and tho Aro tho good qualities possessed by leader of tho two is a confirmed thief have been in the penltentlaiy Hoods Sarsaparilla Above all it puri Â¬ He should many years ago This class of cattle fies tho blood thus strengthening tho which is a pistiferous scab on society nerves it regulates tho digestivo organs usually live in somo llttlo log cabin out Invigorates the kidneys and liver tonos in tho woods and such a thing as mak Â¬ and builds up tho entlro system cures ing a living In an honest way never Scrofula Dyspepsia Catarrh and Rheu- Â¬ enters their head They genorally hunt matism Get Hoods and only Hoods and sleep all day and at night fall pillage Hoods Tills cure alf liver ills biltho product of honest neighbors A iousness jauudlco indigestion sick head Â¬ year or so since this same leader ontered ache 25c a neighbors meat house to steal His retreat was hurried and he fastened his No One Hurt dog in tho house Tho next morning The Hawcsvlllo Clarion says of tho tho farmer found the dog and shot it shooting on the Texas train at Powers Wo insist that tho grand jury has a On tho Fair train up from Owensboro Clarion Saturday evening at Powors Station a lively scrap was engaged in between School books and Echool supplies at whites and blacks during which a num Â¬ Babbages ber of shots were fircdr Tho colored citizjiiB tire supposed to havo been from Rockpo t while tho whites wero led by SUE VONT WANT TO TELL M Bullington ol this cityv Tho trouble what made bur benutirul Yot If only what ottier aroso over the invasion of two drunken Wealth of women know toughs in tho Jas Crow car beauty romes only with a whlto healthy body Health U a There was no one killed or wouuded the set of good liftblta Doctor statement of every other newspaper In Piercon Favorite Prescrip Â¬ tho United States uud Dominion of Can Â¬ tion otltts nature inentab lUbitig theno habits ada to the contrary notwithstanding women nave sauaw fact dull eyes and Rural conventions of etiquette are In hollow checks to Â¬ gether witlilow their way as severe as any known to fash Â¬ they when plrit are made miserable ionable society Tho man who should with dteordera deÂ¬ ask for the thigh of the chicken when he rangements and weaknettea peculiar should have said tho upper joint would Health U regained after rioda bo regarded as Indelicate and has not of dlmluees nervou probation nod excite the euphtinlftm white meat for breast The spread even to urban communities ntent or iuWloinit of the w ojnanly organs UtMrn when tfee rirtorlptlon U used child that receives a gift without saying its poM on to nverfto The proprietor take fesho vith Saddy Is always reproved and the lit- Â¬ all the It fifWHwitW to benefit or curewomen tle one thai always says Saddy with Â¬ dhordera cJWeaae and wea1uees of out bing prompted Is a model o oc moaeyfa reftuwd York Suii Remedy B eurfti by Â¬ mlsslon--HawsvllIo Some Criticisms on Chnrlio Blanfortls Speech Charlie did not net fair with Iucle Jonas Ho should have divided time with him Chnrlles little scheme is to havo nn appointment advertised for somo Big Curd that will draw n ciowd and then Charlie takes tho trick Mr Blanford chaiflpioned Ben Harri- Â¬ son but failed to tell us of his little game up at Indianapolis in that streetcar case lately Tho intelligent masses of the Demo- Â¬ cratic party arc not so badly disappointed as Charlie Blanford seems to think they did not expect that Congress at one fell swoop liko a butcher killing an ox would undo all tho robber tariff and boodlo bounty laws that tho Shermans tho Blains the Chandlers and Reeds and McKiuleys havo been years and yenrs getting up for tho benefit of tho few against interests of the masses A DkMOOUT AF been ACT NEVER In the history of this genera Â¬ tion linvo Dry Goods Cloth- Â¬ ing Pools Shoes and Hnts Ivory 6oap It Floats n GREGORY WHARFMASTERS Yellow Shingles Laths Cement Sole A rents for GO Lime CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY Also Wholesale and Itetall Dealers In Pino Flooring and Colling Brick Hair Doors Blinds Sash and and all kinds of Building Material Homestead Foriilizoro and Troy Bono Meal Orders accompnlned with the cash promptly filled As Low as BANK or Capital Stock 25 000 Surplur 7 600 D F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vice President M II BEARD Csjhler Q W BEARD J They are Now It Is AImi n Fuct that tho Fanner never got as little for what ho sells or tho Laboring Man ns little for Wo ore in ns his work good condition to show you that you can get Tho way to euro a cough is to stop the coughing Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey cuts looso the mucous heals tho lungs and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip cough in ono night For sale by Short HuynesClovcrport j Dr It II McMul Â¬ M Meyer lin McDaniels Co Buras A Geo Heyser Constantino Taylor Co Bowley Rosettn Drury Bennett ville Ky W E Brown IryingtonKy Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky BEST FOR SHIRTS THE PROCTER A QAMDLe CO R M JOLLY MORRIS KSKHIDDE l -- Dire tor CINTt INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS i Why Ladles ts going Hand in Hand TOPIC OF THE DAY are we doing such a Big Business A Great Many It is the only way you can learn what is going on nbout you tho news of tho city village or farming district in which you live You must havo your homo paper wheth- Â¬ er you can afford nnythingclse in the way of current reading or not And a great deal besides homo nows you will find in it The editor of your homo paper aims first of all to give you the homo news Must Have Yes you must have it It eW A53T7 TPTD TJ DTntTCJ SEE OUR VARIETY Goods for Little Money Then you need no further explanation CU OTAIIOIfcTS unllned Shoes lined Shoes fine One lot Ladles Sample Shoes worth 2 joto J jo for Custom made Until boots and shoes at a ltlr Mens tlood Hoots I u Stock llroeans 1inc Shoes latten Leather Boots and Shoes i i aj A lie ft -- Cloaks CIloaks 150 it 5 One Lot Ladies fine Capes and Cloaks ery i cneap Dress Goods Racqulni Ilannel worth 60 lor K Ingham worth 20 tor French lijj 2 36 inch Worsted worth 40 for A large variety of Xovelt Dress ioods Utcst styles r Ladles tickets with intelligent and helpful comment thereon But ho does not Bton there As any house in this ho docs tho best he can to glvo you tho general news and tho best thought of country Wo waited before tho wholo world Of course he does not buying our stock until tho and cannot give you as much ns you new tariir law went into ought to have and if you ask him about effect tho matter ho will frankly tell you so Ho will adviso you what you ought to get to supplement your homo paper and Wo urgently ask everybody keep you and your growing boys nnd to sco our stock and get our girls up with the times in tho great fields of politics sociology finance commerce prices before buying science religion art education and the literary and book nows of tho day Ho will toll you thero is ono weekly journal JACOB unique in tills respect made up of carefully selected condensed nnd classified extracts from tho newspapers and maga BIG SPRING KY zines tho world over and that ho has made special arrangements by which ho can give you a reduced subscription rato for this uniquo journal if taken in con- Â¬ aK 3k Pi KfcSS nection with tho BiiKCKExninuE Nkws m vi He will tell you that the namo of this ISTBA journal so admirably suited to your want Is Public Opinion that it is pub- Â¬ SARSAPARILLA lished at Washington D C nnd that the regular subscription prico is 5250 por year but that ho can give you both tho News nnd Public Opinion for ono year for 3 cash Ho will also tell you that Public Opinion and the News nro exact Â¬ ly what you need during this political campaign Public Opinion will bo sent you for ten weeks on trial for fifty cents i ni llirifiln Clothing Mens suits for Ilnjs Mens Otercoats Mens Wool thercouts Hoys Overcoats Spidil tile in ioS Blanket3 Double Irey lllankcts former price 1 11 V 121 xm ys gS I 5 350 Strictly all Wool lllankcts former price t j I 50 now 1 00 a now 1 9S 00 jo S3 A large stock of Mens Ilnc Tailor Made Suits GKEJO STE1-A-SE3- IL S KY CO Â¬ i mm 1SKANDEN15UUG WE ARE AFTER Â¬ m th he DEATH hining on the - 5hkel DICKER tv tt ni TS And wo expect to get them by giving vnlue for them Wo dont want em on any other terms Como ami see us and youll ilnd us Wo wont bo blulled out of tho business game We now havo ready n fine stock of FALL and WINTER GOODS And they nro all marked with tho tarllT off which is a big deduction from former prices Como and sizo them up nnd youll see wovo Fublio Speaking The Democratic candidates of Breck- Â¬ inridge county will speak at tho follow ing times and places viz BEST BLOOD PURIFIER Garfield Tuesday October 23 in the world It cures Nervousness Dys Bowleyville Wednesday October 24 pepsia Sick Headache Boils Teller ScrofBig Spring Thursday October 25 ula and every trouble arising from bad blood Try it and be sure to get Neats Hudsonvllle Friday October 20 Custor Saturday October 27 For sale by Westview Tuesday October 30 A R FISHER Druggist McDaniels Wednesday October 31 Cloverport Ky Rock Aulo Thursday November 1 Mattingly Friday Novembor 2 Cloverport Saturday November 3 Tho Republicans and Third party can Â¬ didates for county offices aro respectfully invited to attend nnd participate in tho debates J E Monarch O D O 0 Â¬ Â¬ Fixed to Catch Trade -- 1 A fair deal to No fakements or shonnnigan with us all is our motto Wo havent timo to quote prices but understand us wo will not bo undersold Dupuis -S- Treatment M J MEYER J M CO IIARPKR J YPHILIS lrue otCIutro oixanaxxoAXj BURAS KY 0 B0URNE Memoir Mrs Nancy B Hardin widow of Mo- Â¬ ses B Hardin died Soptombor 20 1801 at hor homo near Lodiburgh aged seventy-seven years seven months and four- Â¬ teen days Sho suffered in her last ill- Â¬ ness for about thieo months yot was Sho joined the Baptist very patient church at Walnut Grove about thirty years ago and lived a quiot christian to the ond of her life Sho was a loving and indulgont mother and n kind and obliging neighbor Hor loss Is deeply mourned by her children aud many rela- Â¬ tives and friends Sho was burled by tho side of her husband in the family cemetery on tho farm whoro she Bpent all of hor married life Thy voice makes music In theio room no more No more thv footsteps echo In these hall Only the semblance that thy iweet face wore Look from thy portrait on Itho parlor wain Hut when thu purple ifloocui of twilight ileal Adown the valleys of the bright green earth We love to speak of thee to think to feel That thou- art wlh us round the old home hearth ilia- mother A distillation of herbs found only on tho Island of Ilayti and tho country bordering the Madolra Hiver In Brazil An untldoto for SYPHILITIC and SCROFULOUS DISEASES Tertiary stages of Byphllls havo boon Cuhkd by this treatment In sixty days restoring the blood to original purity Wrlto us stating length of tlmo you have been afllicUl and we will send sample bottlo Into of treutment tJTO por 1110111I1 Importers Stindtrd Preparations lei 183 ft 183 BUOADWAY CINCINNATI DANIEL BROOKS BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO novAL 00 Commission Salesmen of Live Stock OATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILI F OHIO TA BIER BUCK EYE CURES SURE llil 1J OINTMENT NOTHIM BUT PILES CO SDH V KY TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT- BOWLING GREEN SOUTHERN i I and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years as the BEST REMEDY fcr PILES nnrii iiy aii liuvuoiBTS MID CTLCDIJ PTitsnltrXCnAltC Business Colle BOWLINQ p ESTABLISHED I I ttCtf IN 1BTO 1 ornal School GREEN BUSINESS COLLEGE Builness Tralnlnit School ol the South Nook Keeping Short hand Telegraphy Type Writing and Penmanship Fuplla can enter at any time bend for catalogue tSTMontloa Ooursa dttlred Address Theireit SOUTHERN NORMAL SCHOOL English Scientific ami Classic Teachers Courses Music Art and Klocutlon provided Send for I for Low rates of board and tuition I catalogue CHERRT BEOS Propyl Bowling OrwnKy fK0 CaM 025 Sir Watkyn Williams Wynuownsl37 acres of land in Wales and has ma- Â¬ norial rights over 180000 acres more Of tho land he owns 112000 acres aro oc- Â¬ cupied by Wolsh Spcaklng and 25000 by English speaking tenants The tenants are 011 in all Among them twenty four families have held the same land from 2 00 to 250 years each three In one par Â¬ ish an average of 333 years apiece one for 400 years while the Foulkee family are supposed to havo occupied Gartheryr 1000 years New Yorlcun nflfWii m e RATES put DAY The mostcentrallj located Hotel In th city LLLLLKasnfflfltLBRrtVuuwjflrMltL r- deport-ment-Ne- w V Dr Prkes Cream Bakhig Powder iMmmFi- uwmxMmWfm f m PI iHIHI MfiLfos1V vOTlrWlirJ aijiLTjzrj- iwdmui in- iLZi flfQ vetggarEZffirerrrs iim ls Ulhi I VlLae L -- - J J0HN0N MtNUIS WSP1 ouismLEKy J Jl ft V1 1 4 mfo I - i- v jKn i -- lniiiii a -- WiiJkS iLi tiiltt5iflMafaTaaaeMnaiinM iv THE BRRGKRNRIDGE Kfc Jao NRS GLOYRRPORT KY ROSETTA Mr Dent Head attended Court Friday W L Turiiln River View was in Rosetta this week Herbert Head paid Clifton a visit Sat Â¬ Breckenridge D News and FtoptliVri 17 1891 7 0 Baobge Edltori No man should ho sent to tho Fiscal Court unless ho Is in favor of good roads and will promise to do something to get BRANDENBURG Jess Herndon was in town last Sunday Mr Nolan Harnett was here last week Little Tim McAulllte has had pneu monia George Worland attended chinch at Mt Merino last Sunday Mrs dough and Mies leahelle Brutier will be In Louisville this week Judge Rawllngs and wife will attend tho Grand Ixxlge in I oiilsvlllo this week Mrs J W Richardson spent last week with Mrs Warren Richardson of Louis- Â¬ WEDNESDAY OCTOBKK them Annum Ford Is now managing editor of the Courier Journal Arthur Is climb Â¬ ing right up to the top in ills profession and we are platl to seu it And Bruce Haldeman whom ho succeeds goes down into tho olllce to help Ills good old father sign rherks and run tho business depart Â¬ ment of that great paper We congratu Â¬ late both of those young men and the Courier Journal too We would llko to know just one thing and that is what aro the Democratic orators in this county doing Are they all asleep Heros Blanford Wilson nud Burton three howling Republicans going to every school district in the county and giving tho Democratic party particular thunder and not a Democrat dares to open his mouth in reply Wo dont understand it especially when we havo such men as Murray Mercer Bar nes Brown Bahbage Monarch and a host of others who aro the peers of any of tho Republican speakers and are capa ble of wiping tho earth up with them Are you doing your duty gentlemen to your party Get to tho woods and say I am a democrat if nothing more Â¬ Â¬ Year In Advance Bnbictlpllon Price 100 If Paid at tht End of thn Year 1125 SIX PAGES DEMOCRATIC AIHX 11 TICKET Ior Coniirril MONTGOMKUY Kor County Judge JOHN ALLEN MUIIRAY For County Attorney MILTON HOARD Hor County Clerk ville Miss Fannio Rhodes has been suffering from an abscess of tho ear but is some better Mrs James Falrleigli and Miss Eliza Jolinton returned froui Owensboro last R 0 RICHARDSON Ior Sheriff F K RHODES Ior Assessor HENRY GARNER For Surveyor A A Saturday Miss Mary Dee Pusey Is in Louisville for a visit to Miss Ilia Richardson and school mates Mr Jenkins of West Point and Miss Nollio McGeheo ppent Sunday witli Miss Bertha Lewis Mrs Blanche Fontuino and Miss Mat tlo Leo Moorman went to Bewleyvlllo LallEIST For Jailer J S DcJERNETTE Kor Coroner 1VM EMBKY REPUBLICAN TICKET Conres JOHN W LEWIS JFor For County Judge WJt AHL For County Attorney R N MILLER For County Clerk O CUNNINGHAM Ior Sheriff St PATE Kor Assessor W E DOCKERY For Surveyor CHINTZ ROYALTY For Jailer GUS SHELLMAN Kor Coroner The Democratic party believes in free trade and fair wages the Republican patty advocates protection and less pur chasing power of wages Tho working man is awake Ho knows which of these two he must choose to prosper and meet on equal terms the competition which confronts him Ho knows that lie has not been receiving higher wages than he did when the McKinley law went into effect and that tho purchasing power of money has not gone as far in household commodities as it did before that infamous measure was passed Ho knows this and knowing it there can bo but one road for him to travel intelligently Covington Commonwealth Â¬ JOETAUL PEOPLES PARTY TICKET I HARDINSBURG L H nr County Judge W TIME TABLE OOIKO S E WAGGONER For County Clerk A C M WIST Passenger Dally arr Ilardlnburgl215 001NO 1ST pm HARDIN Passenger Daily arr Hardinsburg Mrs J A ville For A Asseor Surveyor 740 am FUNIC Wilt is visiting in Louis Both the hotels were crowded last week Now things in jewelry at James Kin JOHN NUVITT cheloes Kor Coroner Mrs Burrel Beard lias been quite sick WM CREWS the past week The next quarterly meeting will be Gov McKinloy will speak in Louis- Â¬ ville to morrow Thursday October 17th held at Ephesus Tho candidates will begin speaking These aro Democratic times Biiro again next week Mr Joel Pile was hero last Saturday Twenty one pounds of sugar enough from Glendeane for a Attorney General Hendrick spoke at o We can till take sugar in ours at tho city hall Monday pounds for a 1 Good Demo Mr Nathan Board was hero last Sun day from Big Spring cratic times these Mrs Rolaud Smith was a gin st at the The Republicans aro doing the howl- Â¬ Lcnnin house last week ing now but tho Democrats will do the Miss Bettio Taylor of Rosetta is visit voting in November ing Mrs V G Babbage Mr Godfred Haswell left last week to The Hopkinsvillo Kentuckian has visit in Circleville Ohio moved into handsome new quarters of Mr Gabo Mattingly died at his homo its own We congrattilato you Bro near Kirk last Thursday Meachcm Tho post oillco will close after the let of November at 030 p in Hebes twenty one pounds of sugar for Wanted beef hides feathers jwtatoes a dollar says tho grocer Its a hard and Eggs at J A Witts thing for Republicans like Lewis to swal Mr Win Beards now residence in the low but he has to do it east end will be completed soon Mr Stewart DeJernctt has thrown up The Hon Clias Blanford gives tho his trusteeship for Thomas Seaton WilDemocrats thunder for passing tho Mrs Rod Mattingly of Glendeane son bill but ho never says onco that if was visiting hero a few days last week his party was put hack into power that Tho grand jury adjourned last Satur- Â¬ it would re enact tho McKinloy law day Thoy returned but few indict- Â¬ ments OtToiiKii LOth is tho last day for filing We aro proud of our goods and like to of nomination or petitions certificates show them James Kincheloe your with the county clerks in order to get jeweler on the official ballots for November If Mr Elihu Mead or has been elected a any candidates havo failed to attend to stevfiirt in the Methodist church at important matter they havo only a this Ephesus fow days more to take action Rev Gabe arrived hero last week from in mind that Lcitchfield to take charge of the Catho- Â¬ IIcntkhs should bear quail partridges or pheasants cannot be lic church Mr Samuel Holder charged with de Â¬ killed until tho l itli of November tho last Legislature extending tho time from taining a little girl near Balltown last tho 20th of October to November 15th summer was acquitted Dr Savage was hero last Sunday and and lasts until January 1st From tho 30 January until November 15th held a meeting of the bible society lBt dav of there is a penalty for catching killing was contributed to the cause Miss Mary Allen writes back from pursueing or having in possession any of these birds after being caught or killed Loredq Texas that sho is very much Possession of any of pleased with iter new position to 25 from Cicero Cooney was given four years in these birds during that time is an evitho penitentiary for forgery Owen of guilt dence Holder one year for house breaking Well venture to say that there isnt Let me know if tho prices are too low a prettier church of its size in tho state on my jewelry and I will make the nec Â¬ than the ono tho Catholics of this city essary correction James Kincheloe Thomas McClure was hero ono day havo just completed and is to bo dedi Father Neihaus lost week He is under bond to appear cated next Sunday the pastor has been working diy and in tho Federal Court at its next session night since tho old ono burned down last Hon Matt ODoherty did not a rivo February and it is duo to his encry and here last Saturday to fill his appointment hard work that the building has progress Â¬ to speak A largo crowd was disap- Â¬ Next Sun Â¬ pointed ed so rapidly to completion day will bo a great and joyful day for the Mr J W Lewis Brandenburg J A Catholics of this city and vicinity They Dean Owensboro and D W Farieigh are to be congratulated and Robert E Woods attorneys were hero lost week attending court The wholesale price of granulated L J Early editor of the Telephone 1 03 under tho McKiuley sugar October Cannelton Ind and Mr Clayton Cross law was 6 cents October I fH under on and D M Duncan were hero Mon Â¬ tho Wilson law it was 4 11 10 of a cent day as witnesses in the case of tho llrcck Official figures show that the price of News against A J Gross sugar under the Wilson law has not been enridgo Preston the colored school teacher increased but that it is considerably Ho lower But note the effect of tho two here skipped out Sunday morning laws in tho revenuo received by the gov Â¬ took with him a colored damsel and left ernment from this ono source Tho ono behind Ho was goingtooswiftalong revenue to the government under the this line The woman he left was on his present law is 13000000 under the Mc trail with a warrant of arrest The suit of tho Breckenridge NewB Kiniey law it was nothing McKinley gave to the trusts free raw sugar and a against A J Gross for a bill of some prohibitary duty in favor iof their pro- Â¬ thing over 100 for publications while duct of refined sugar Tho present law he was a cundidato for tho State Senate gives to the Treasury a largo revenue camo up in tho Circuit Court here Mon Â¬ enabling Congress to reduce the price on day last and was continued at the In- Â¬ Mr Groes other neeessariea of life and cut down stance of the defendant the profits of the trusts over fifty per denied the bill and asked time to pro-oat Ami the Democratic jrty Is re- pare his case which was granted and tho I case went over until the February term ajKHWiWe wr tn w For Jailer 1 twen-ty-onÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Ior II C JOLLY last Saturday Clias Nevitt is still improving and hopes to be able shortly to resume his duties at Cecilian I am indebted to Prof F J McAulifio for special favors in my correspondence to the Courier Journal Mrs Abe Ditto of Long Branch has been quite sick but Dr Wells reports favorably of her condition Mr Geo Reiman and Lee were in Louisville last week to attend tho wed ding of Mr Reimans sister Mr P G Bryan from I II Baldwin Co was in town last Saturday looking after tho interest of his house Miss Jen Hardin went to Irvington last Friday to attend her regular Church services on Saturday and Sunday The Mowers and tho leaves have about finished their mission and are leaving us thus reminding ua again of death and the resurrection Where oil where is my little blue hat Any information gladly received by Mrs J W Richardson Valley Station Jeffer- Â¬ son county Ky Mr Charlie Shacklett and sistcrMabel passed through town last Saturday en route to the party given by Misses Lula and Lena Willett of Buck Grovo Mr Jim Richardsons family will occupy the rooms over his store on West Main and Mason McMoniglo and wife will take his cottage on West Hill Mr SJ Woolfolk Mrs Warfield and Miss Pearlo Ditto wilt booh be well if no relapso comes They have had a battle with the fever and Mr Woolfolk and Mrs Warfield have been extremely ill W F Grinnell accompanied his wife to Louisville aud returned Monday night Mrs Grinnell will be at Bairds Whole side Millinery till Friday night and at homo Saturday the 20th at your service Last Saturday was a bright bracing autumn day which brought many peoplo to town and the Btores all came in for a share of trade Hats and bonnets weto going like hot cakes and they were pret-Â¬ ty too A big attendance at Baptist S S last Sunday Mr James Bryant gave us a kind talk and imparted some wholesomo truths to the children Mr Will Ash craft was in the choir and Ids voice added much to the strength Mr John O Walker of Louisville is in it dying condition He was for years u resident of this placo and a prominent attorney His wife and children lay in our cemetery and I presume his remains will be interred here in case of his death No preaching at any of the churches last Sunday Brother Hagau has a light form of fever and Father llerbuth is in Cincinnati sick but hopes to fill his pul- Â¬ pit here next Sunday and I presume Brother Walton of the M E church will be here The Harrison county nine camo over last Saturday and played the Meado county nine with ten to 4 in favor of tho Meades A big crowd turned out and our boys got some tremendous cheers Charlie Coleman was a boy again and Gougli Grinnell says me and Charlie Coleman mado them Indiana boys plum Â¬ 1 Bick When Gorman made a speech and scored the President it caused unparallÂ¬ eled scenes in tho Senate Whether Cleveland deceived Gorman or whother he should havo written that letter to Mr Wilson still causes controversy with some but all the same the bill has passed not as we wished but we havo free wool if not free sugar and wo still havo esteem and affection for whats left of modern Now heres another speech Democracy before us from the pen of Pedagog not only scoring the President but our first best correspondent Sirocco and whoso infantile feelings I fear will be too lacerated to respond in which event the President will havo to indite another lottor for lie received the News of last week to defend whats left of his party Pedigog wants anothor party dissatis Â¬ fied Republicans and disgruntled Demo- Â¬ crats If wo have bad laws one thing sure they were enacted by either Dem Â¬ ocratic or Republican legislatures and as tho departure would bo a mixture of elements from these parties what assurance has Sirocco if ho deserts tho remnaut of his party that thoy will not bo as bad reformers as they were Dem Â¬ ocrats and Republicans Now Ill tell you Pedagog what Sirocco and we all want true Jelfersonian Dem Â¬ ocracy and not tho spurious kind and then well have the good old days of Webster Clay and Calhoun back Wo want men who lead their party for their countrys good Men who cannot be accused of secret speculation in tariff bills trusts and subsidies Hon A B Montgomery urges his party tosendsuch Congressmen such U 8 Senators But havent we good true men in the world Democrats Republicans ami Populists -- urday and Sunday Farmers aro dsapMlulcd at tho very low prices of hogs Thanks lo the serenade they made us swett iiiusiu Saturday night A V Meador shipped some cattle tills week at very satisfactory prices Mrs Ann Beard keeps feeble Sho very seldom gets to Rosetta now Prayer meeting at the Flat eveiv Thursday night at early candle light The tobaccco crop raised in this patt of tho county is the best raised in ten years Mrs Jake Milburn sold at ono sale of her own raising fifty two geeso to A Taylor We hear that several of our boys havo been indicted Look out hawks can see in tho dark Mr Strother Kasoy will take charge of A B Koscys farm Ho is moving some of his plunder now Tho county candidates spoke here Sat Â¬ urday afternoon in the town hall It was full to overflowing A guest mado his arrival at Win Priests Tuesday morning The cata- Â¬ logue is being searched for a name Miss Lucy Clarkson is still visiting in Rosetta She and Miss Argent Mercer will leave in a few days for Blue Ball to visit friends and relatives Rosetta is not behind other neighbor Â¬ hoods in grape hunters Around here it looks like grage pie will bo a chief article of food for the next eight months Mr Sandy Kasey is expecting to be a Catarrh Cannot be Cured He has with local applications as they cannot citizjn of Rosetta shortly reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is bought property and will begin remodel Â¬ a blood or constitutional disease and in ing it as soon as the prosent occupant order to cure it you must tako Internal moves remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Mr and Mrs Elijah Board will hoard internally and acts directly on the blood for the present with Mrs Hardins son and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Clarence Basham We understand they Cure is not a quack medicine It was Intend to live on their farm near Gar Â¬ prescribed by one of the best physicians field in this country for years and is a regular The corpse of Mr Rowland Snellens prescription It is composed of tho best eighteen months old baby was carried tonics known combined with thobes through here to bo Interred near Gar- Â¬ blood purifiers acting directly on tho field It was brought from the Big mucous surfaces Tho perfect combi Spring neighborhood nation of the two ingredients is what Mr G L Mercer highly compliments produces such wonderful results in cur the Hon Joe Blackburns speech deliver- Â¬ ing Catarrh Send for testimonials free ed at Hardinsburg Tuesday afternoon F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Tom Anderson says it was tho best OSTSold by Druggists price 7oc speech ever made in the county Mr Whitworth owns a berkshire sow UNION STAR that certainly is a paying investment This year sho has already realized him Mr Kincheloe of Hardinsburg was a forty dollars in cash for her pigs He has six more not sold worth more than guest at Dr Milners Saturday Mr Alph Root was in Hardinsburg that sum and twelve young pigs Rev Geo Needraan presiding elder last Saturday Business not known Dr Win Milner was called to Holt of tho Columbia district who was visit Â¬ Saturday to see Mr Wash Holt who is ing his daughter Mrs W T Gregory near Garfield paid friends at Rosetta a ill visit Sunday afternoon On Sunday JHr and Mrs Geo R Cox havo moved night he preached for us upon tho text into the house formerly occupied by Mr Perfect Love Cunningham Quite a number oT new converts join Â¬ Mrs Iloama Chappell returned from ed the Methodist and Presbyterian Owensboro Saturday after a visit to her churches at tho closo of the late revival daughter Miss Cart A great many old members were revived Mr Fred Severs of Illinois who has Members in both churches desires us to been visiting relatives in this county re- Â¬ thank Rev George Morris for his effturned homo Friday icient labor for their welfare during the Miss Ada Hanks of Stephensport is meeting teaching the Look Out school and it Whenever a druggist tells you ho has promises to be a successful term Miss Richardson entertained a few something just ns good for coughs grip friends Monday evening in honor of her etc as Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey dont visitor Miss Styles of Long Grove Ky you believe it for we guarantee that it Is not true We make the genulno and Mr Sandy Henry of Raymond came authorize all druggists to guarantee it out Saturday to visit his wife who is The E E Sutherland Co Paducah Ky teaching tho public school at this place For sale by Short Haynes Clovtr Mr and Mrs Percy Beard and daugh Â¬ port Dr R II McMullin McDaniels ter spent several days lust week with M Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser their parents Mr and Mrs D S Rich- Â¬ Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury ardson Bennett Co Bewloyvllle Ky W E Mr Junius Haynes left Friday for Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Itoseville 111 where he will make a Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring lengthy stay with his uncle Mr Ack Ky Haynes To Tie Fanners Mrs D S Richardson and daughter We aro putting in steam and wish to Mrs Percy Beard left last week for a visit to Mr and Mrs E A Richardson do a large business this year and buy ono million pounds of tobacco of Louisville We are willing and expect to pay market price Miss Lizzie Style of Hardin county was tho guest of Miss Surah E Richard Â¬ for same Mr Beverly or his assistant son and sister Mrs Dr Milner and of will be found at the factory at all times ready to buy your tobacco by sample and Miss Susie Brashear last week will also ride and see you at your homes The marriage of Miss Rebecca Rlcketts We desire you to class your tobacco in and Mr Jas 0 Watlington will be sol- Â¬ three kinds making leaf lugs and trash emnized at 730 p in on October 31st at and make each class good or as tlioM E Church South Rev F N perfect as you can and to tie near as tho same Hartford officiating up in largo bundles using as few tie Mr and Mrs 0 M McGlothlan Mltses leaves as possible Tie up each class Minnie Hoyle Susie Brashear and Eliza with the same leaf belonging to its class Brashear attended tho funeral of Mr and get clear receipts when you come to Martin McGlothlan at Walnut Grove the factory to deliver cemetery near Lodlburg last Wednes Â¬ J P Bkverxey day Every person big little old or young Quito a pleasant going away party ricli or poor who has was given by Mr Hubert Bruncr in black or whit honor of his cousin Mr Fred Severs ever used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pro- Â¬ Among the many present were MIesps nounce it the best cough and lung rem- Daisy Watliugton Blanche Frymire edy on earth Its true too so we guar-Â¬ Lena Gilliland Sarah E Richardson antee Forsale by Short HaynesClov- Ada Hanks Esther Haynes Birdie erport Dr R II McMullin McDaniels French Emma Severs Ida Gardner M Meyer A Co Buras Geo Heyser Susie Brashear Blanche Severs Minnie Constantlne A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett t Co Bowleyvllle Ky W E Messrs Clias Hoylo Pink Rlcketts Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Cashman Fred Severs Hubert Bruner Newsom Gardner June Haynes Claude Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky and Jabe Brashear and Hugh Frymire The Fair UadeMoney school at this place seems The Sabbath to havo awakened from its lethargy and Tho last of tho smaller1 bills against is Improving in all respects Mr E P the Fair company will be paid as soon Gardner their faithful Superintendent as Secretary Carter returns from a short is rarely missed from his post aud the recuperating stay at Tate Spring Tenn increase is duo to the earnest and untlr From the figures made by President ing efforts of a faithful few Tho Todd to day be felt warranted in saying Miss that the company had made more money church here Uo has Improved Esther Haynes has been collecting money this yoar than any former year The with which to procuro paint for the new expenditures were not quite as heavy I notice also a new railing and thn receipts were largei and the windows around the altar put up by five of the result has been all that the officers and members which is quite an improve- Â¬ directors could wish Owensboro In- Â¬ ment Thanks to a suggestion of Rev quirer William Cashman May the good work MOTICK continue I WAHT Tr man and vromaa la tho Unlltd SUUl Interested la Ua ODinm and Whiakv habit Dr Prices Cream Raking Fewifw fun to bar osa of bit book on thai Uls- U Woelley AtUaU 0 Ad4ru xMtaMra wU b seal ventre Meat Perfect M4 Â¬ Yes but tho trouble Is the good and bad are fearfully mixed I dont bclnro our days are so degen Â¬ erate alter nil In rctrospeetlng when Calhoun Davis Preutis Webster and Pearco reigned was every man n states man were there no traitors none who lell their seats to canvass for returning votes The spinal column of Demon racy is not broken and there are true men who are trying to lift the standard higher and with such men statesman Â¬ ship will never b- - at a discount and the greatest consideration a leturning board He dont believe it is right to try to con- Â¬ vince intelligent peoplo that our Gov- Â¬ ernment is ready to rob them on the slightest pretext It is no way to deal with a public question Wo gain nothing by heeding such discussions and they aro formenters of discord Ono of the best agents to arouso thought is discussion but it should bo in a brotherly spirit without expletives and abusive terms or stirring up strife We must respect others feelings as we would havo ours respected and at tho samo time we can be candid and havo a little fun aud this I believe is what Sirocco was bent on and didnt intend to be too pungent But then hes awfully sar- Â¬ castic and we all do know it still we cant do without him in these columns party Well my or in his little friends away with tills After all the highest noblest position any of us can fill is that of christian citizenship fearÂ¬ ing God and regarding our fellow men Good righteous laws emanate from pure hearts aud clear brains and if each party could have all such men and retire the demagogues and machine politicians our assuranco for better prices better times and better feelings would dawn and a common brotherhood would prevail Â¬ HATS tTTt tTttt tt f tt t fftTfFf f fTf f ITt Hff f tt fc HATS 1 NS HATS tt ft rtt tnrtnf ttrtTfTf ttrttt fttttttt i Head Gear FOR ALL THE Family Wo have just opened the largest and most complete lino of HATS shown in the county Prices as usual the Lowest COME AND SEE US Farm for Sale -- VEST One farm of 150 acres -r-- - J i well improved with 1000 apple trees bearing with- in three miles of Irving ton Ky Also one farm of 225 acres one mile South of Bewleyville Ky Will sell cheap on easy payments - i For further particulars W J Piggott JAMES B PACE Stemmer and buyer of address IRVINGTON KY Jr Do iv Ky T Overlook the fact Mint we aro in tho Both Red AND BurleyTobacco Clothing Business Furniture Business PlercesTaclory Clowport 1N0 P BEVERLY Shoe Business Manager itt fll HB am A te Grocery Business Dry Goods Business Millinery Business If your eyo catches theso linea it will bo a monoy Raving event to you Your pureo will laugh at our low nea in charges for every- Â¬ thing Wo aro in business to do business o make it to your intertWo buy from us your liomlTihef chants No use to go further Come and trado with us tain tbem tent free Alio a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical and clentlOo bnoia aent freer latenu taken tbrondi Munn ft Co pedal notice lntha Mclenlina AnierirnnTand tbna are brought wldelr before the public with Â¬ out coat to the Inrentor ThU paper juned eklT elegantly lliutrated baa br far the UrSf rlrpulatlon of anraclentiao work In the world 83 coplee Bnlfo ln Kd1tUftnontW fUOaTeirfree mngla CTBr number eonulna beau Â¬ tiful Platee In color and photograph ofnew ioom w th plana enabling buildera to how the and latet dealgnCO eecura contract Addreu MUMN NKr YOUK 001 BttoauwaT -eEy-10- CAN I OnTATN A VATENTT For a opinion write to J1Ki n9 CO II U N N ifc In wbo ibite bad nearl Of tr jeart expertnoa toe patent bonnes Commnnlca tlona itrictl confldentlal A Handbook of la formation concerning lntenli and bow to obÂ¬ PayneGompton WEBSTER KY All perioni Indebted to the ofif It IJean deccawd or to the late estate of II II firm bona are rrqueted to come forward and J- nic cams agalut the estate of Henry Proni hav deceased It and eg Intt the Itte Arm of II II Dean A Sons are ncrenv nolctied tn produce them befuro inu properly proven MUSIC COUPON IN OMK HOVII you can learo toaccora panjr on tho Flamo or Ortraa by using NOTICE OXaJUEUCai Chord Method fbcmhorVVrVVobr3SoTkeVVD He TEACHEH NECESSARY Cowprehensiva lan hVSiS1IuInoJc1 work aver put on you you can not aftbrd to have a llano or Organ be without it ua Heady HArenre toonItanr anyaonror anyrauio played accompany lntrumnt TH WSIKAN J Hock Executor MckKv price of Ibla book 1 aluuy In tuf iiiiill all paper a copy upon receipt il Me of and thl Coupon Addreas MIMIC AI OUIBK rUMMHINa C0 other Indlpenaable to th thorough 11 Will any month ol hard Maar bollara and aattTu VP1 thVrdS V4 Klir acrcsof land llniti Hartford and Howling lylnp on irceii Prt ol Hreckerldf coun fence folv acres fJl1llndMricond state uf cultivation fflgb rllibr springiJ house and other term build lnT J LsF VTIUV III Kock nVale o the fc reasonable fc ii FOE SALE tVimI titular call on or address JOUNHAWBRKV KockVaKy f THE BRGKNniiDQEX OTTERS FROM THE PEOPLE try NRS OlaOVJkRPORT KY FOX 3 Government Reports ON TESTS OP i Baking Powders Analysis by the Chief Chemist of the U S Agricultural Dept proves Dr Prices to be superior jn leavening strength and purity to all other powders THE PROOF From Official Record Leavening Cai Cub in pel oi aiiil which onco glowed In hla bosom in days gottu by and which was nearly Kdituii HiuxKKKniiKiB Nkvs Under quenched by Hint government oxlond tho above- head in your paper of tho 20 ing life and liberty to nil of Gods circa t have no of September are Beveral articles Three Hon has apriing up auow doubt if my frleiid will nourish that new of them addiessed to my self Onoslgn Uloiullo nddrewed to yourself feeling and he and hie party quit their ed which as you havo not unsueied I will cranky notions there la no danger that I or any nf us will go to the devil now do for you as given to mo by an old he Titos J Joitv grayhalred Democrat Thrno divino WAATKK lSTOUMUION from the Old Tes tament Tho Bcuno source as tho divino Smocco Oct 12 I was requested by right of Kings They aro tho right to an elderly gentleman who reads tho hold our fellow beings In slavery and to Nnwatoask tho editor the following lido over them booted and spurred question to bo answered in tho Nkws I acknowledge tho receipt ot tho paper During the administration of Washingaont thiough you by Mr Ed Jeffries ton did Congress pass a law prohibiting containing n marked article headed bankers from being elected members of Said ar- Â¬ Congress signed by Washington wool prices under free wool ticle says Alexander Harmon Bold 10 There is no medicine so often needed 000 lbs of wool within a week at JOets and was offered as much for tho remain- Â¬ in every home and bo admirably adapted That to tho purposes for which it Is intended der of his clip which ho refused Clint and Phalzgraff have Bold their as Chamberlains Pain Balm Hardly a wool within- n week at 2 cts it being n week passes but some member of tho less deslrablo article And that tho re- Â¬ family has need of It A toothacho or port from Washington Pa Bas that hcadacho may bo cured by It A touch washed wool Is selling and has been for of rheumatism or neuralgia quieted a Week at 20 and 1 cts Just ubout aa Tho severe pain of a burn or scald reasonable as to say that putting wool promptly relieved and the soro healed hi much less time than when medicino haa on tho free list will make wool higher These men totally Ignore the effect of to bo sent for A sprain may bo prompt- Â¬ the Democratic tariff tinkering and ly treated before imflammation sets in Â¬ Â¬ 1 HUNTING WOMANS SPHERE Cardinal Gibbons Says lie Hopes Woman Suffrage Will Never Come Uaitimoiik Oct 7 Cardinal Gibbons preached at the cathedral this morning and vigorously opposed woman suffrage Ills sermon was on tho glory of woman- Â¬ hood nnd tho duties of Christian women He Bald To day we honor tho queen of saints our blessed lady She is the great model for all women whether as maiden mother or wife I think every unpreju Â¬ diced historian will admit that woman Is Indebted to Alary for tho high position both in social and domestic life which is hers to day Tho Church follows tho teachings of St Paul that woman la equal to man when ho declares that God makes no distinction as to national- Â¬ ity race or sex It seems to mo fearful to contemplate what would havo been the condition of society to day if it had not been for the restraining sanctifying and purifying influenco of women I speak not of tho community woman so called but of thoso who livo in the fam Â¬ ily relation which God Himself has founded Every one of you havo a mission to perform In your day and generation You can be apostles preaching in your respective households It Is truo you cannot celebrate mass andyetyou can be priests in another and broader sense It is true woman doca not to day exorcise tho right of suf frage Sho cannot voteandlamheartily glad of It I hope tho day will never come when sho can vote and If the right is granted her I hopo she will regret it even though there aro some misguided women who think they want it llest assured if woman entered politics she would bo sure to carry away with her some of the mud and dirt of political contact She too would lose some of the iulluenco which alio now exerts Tho proper sphere for woman is home the proper place for her to reign is in the A ruler of Greece said homo circle I command Athens Athens rules the world and my wife rules me therefore she rules tho world So nowadays you men control the United Slates with your votes and your wives controlling you they rule this country Above all things tako care of tho homo life properly If every Christ- Â¬ ian mother daughter and Bister looked after religion in the homo there would bo less need to insist on religions instruction in tho Bchools Â¬ This Is tho Most Favored English Outdoor Sport and It is enmintj a Fad Tho Wonderful Endurance Fox Hound Bo- - ptiHlpl8aroderlven of tho and the Groat Pleasures of the Chaso HOUNDS RUN 310 MILES Englands Lords Dukes nnd Sirs havo mado fox hunting tho most favored of all out door sports in England America rtv Aur josej THE Tells GREAT How EVANGELIST Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder The award of highest honors to i36 Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder at tho Worlds Columbian Fair was the result of investigation by the Government authorities and leading experts in food products It stamps Dr Prices as the best and strongest baking powder ever offered to the public 4 A I WASTED LIFE Anil Ilii ic wasted Ills sulist incu with riotous living r pV ii i S tion think of tho vast It amount of unused and misused energy there is in the world If all men could be persuaded to do their best and do it with might and main wo should soon have a race of gods on tho earth There Is no more painful contrast in human life than that between what wo are capable of doing and what we really accomplish Perhaps there is not a single instance in history of a man who worked up to his utmost mental or spiritual capacity Tho noblest man that lives can do no moro than furnish a suggestion to tho souls aspiring possibilities before ho is called hence by tho tolling of funeral bells Ho leaves his task only half doue his song only half sung when tho reverend fiWtrv nronouncrs tho solemn words Dust to dust ashes to ashes in tins we aro notauiy utuereni irom The beasts of tho other c cited things field the birds of the air tho trees of the forest accomplish their perfect work and could do no more if they had added cen- Â¬ turies in which to develop The thrush would still sing his plaintive notes tho eagle would soar to no higher altitude tho maple and birch would have no brighter colors after tho autumnal frost Man alouo is endowed with the tre Â¬ mendous prerogatives of imperfection My horizon Ho alone can say at death I If f Jinu is aa mr uvtuy ua ever And beneath this consciousness of neg lected duties which brings the red blood to his cheeks is tho curious conviction that oven If he had worked with entire faithfulness and lost neither time nor opportunity his years are still too few and his limitations too many to allow him to achieve the best of which ho is capable lie can do moro if another life and a better environment aro furnished He has a right to think it strange therefore that the Being who mado him to become great should call him away fromjiis task before he can possibly achlove greatness that Ho who tilled him with magnifi- Â¬ cent abilities should closo his eyes in an eternal sleep just as he begins to appre ciate them Immortality is an absolute necessity unless we are willing to admit that the creation of u an is an unnccount- As soon make a violin ablo blunder and then destroy it when only a few of tho simplest airs have been played But apart from ull this la tho fact that there aro men who run riot with them Â¬ selves and at death have nothing to car- Â¬ ry to heaven except an armful of regrets Their lives are like a prairie tiro which consumes everything as it goeB and leaves nothing behind but blackened nshts- - In tho Resurrection they will stand before tho bar of judgment as spir- Â¬ itual ruins and must needs unlearn near- Â¬ ly ull they ever learned in this life be- Â¬ fore they can make any progress They liavo found their happiness in physical Indulgence and will feel curiously out of place when they step out of their bodies and can have no moro pleasures of the grosser sort Tho disadvantage with which they will begin tho other life la too great for even the imagination to contemplate Hap- ptness will ccrtaluly bo out of the ques Â¬ until by slow degrees and painful experience they etrect a radical chango in themselves The hell of theology has no panga which will compare with tho roworao they must suffer when they see tilings in their right light and como to a full consciousness that they have delib Â¬ erately uuflttod themselves for their en Â¬ Tho fiery lako would be vironment almost a relief for God baa decreed no punishment bo great as that which en Â¬ compasses a soul that has lived for the body only and doesnt know how to live withputit For instance what will happen to tho poor creature who has livod a besotted life or the man whoso years have been What a continuous fraud on himself bh Iuke v IJ is Appalling to children which have forced them into lives equally shameful ashisown I What must bo his condition of mind The flaming tempests of the bottomless pit seem by way of contrast like an asylum built by pity He must undo tho wrongs ho has committed aud endure agony un- Â¬ til those wrongs have been righted It is a serious thing to carry a wasted life with all its consequences into the other world What precious emphasis is given by these facts to the divino mission and the encouraging doctrines of the Now Testa Â¬ How gently and with what ment solemn persuasiveness Jesus dealt with Ho saw in tho outcast a tho fallen brother or a Bister and though Ho scorn- Â¬ fully bade those who wero without sin to cast tho first stone there must have been a melting sorrow In His tone when lie whispered to tho ollendor Go and sin no more He never condoned crime but was al Â¬ ways sorry for tho criminal The poor creature had already lost so much in the way of character and happiness that it was unnecessary to add to his burden tho No one knows so called anger of God better than the remorseful slnnerhimself that Gods grief is far more painful to contemplate than His avenging wrath and if the church would tell us less about tho unsheathed sword and more about tho relentless regreU which every dis- Â¬ embodied soul must needs endure in consequence of its earthly shortcomings aud misdeeds it would have a larger n more potential and a more wholesome influenco on tho world If any ono truth taught by the Master has conspicuous prominence it is tho truth of Gods love for ua all and His sympathetic pity for tho sinner who has goue astray The text is from a parable which represents the joy of the angels when the misguided boy sees the folly of wasting his substance with riotous living and returns to tho fathers house in the sad consciousness that he is no longer worthy to be called a son and there is a deeper warning in that pathetic story more that appeals to tho nobler elements of human nature than can be found in all the Imprecatory theology that was ever formulated N Y Herald 1 1 A Wonderful Conquaror No disease is more common among the peoplo than scrofula Handed down from generation to generation it is found in nearly every family in some form It may make its appearance in dreadful running sores In swellings In the neck or goitre or In eruptions of varied forms Attacking tho mucous membrane it may be known aa catarrh or developing In the lungs it may bo and often Is the prime cause of consumption In whatever form scrofula may mani- Â¬ fest itself Hoods Sarsaparllla U its inveterate foo and conqueror This med iclue has such powerful alterative and vitalizing effects upon tho blood that every trace of Impurity is expelled and tho blood is made rTch pure and healthy The Next State Convention Tho Indications aro now that tho Dem- Â¬ ocratic State Convention next year will be quite a tame affair compared with similar quadrennial gatherings There aro but two candidates for Governor Hardin and Clay and only ono ballot will be necessary to decide this contest and it is highly probable that after the county primaries Hardiu will have such a largo instructed voto that ho will be nominated by acclamation Several candidates have been spoken of for Lieut Governor but popular Dick Tyler of Hickman la the only ono pos-Â¬ itively announced aud he la certain to bo the man For Auditor Maj Iuko 0 Norman tho present Incumbent will bo nominated without opiioaitlou For State Treasurer there are several condidatea but politiciana all oyer the State concede that none of them are in it with our popular county man Judge W II Gardner who will win tho raco in a walk Ed Porter Thompson will bo endorsed for Supt of Public Instruction as he has mado a splendid olllclal and ho just cant be beaten Swango has no opposition for Register of the Land Offlre Col Ion 11 Nail has nailed down the position of Commissioner of Agriculture Gen Jack Hendricks is running for Atiorney General without opposition Th only real race in prospect is for Secretary o State btwen Headly Hale KUiabaUitown Kews has no established aristocracy but tho fad has reached this country and now it is being generally Indulged in as a social There aro amusement in tho East thousands of fox hunters however in America who delight to hear tho out- Â¬ burst of music from tho pack who In dulge In tho sport simply for thch love of it and not because it is the fad Pox hunting is the noblest of all sports It combines nil tho pleasures of out- Â¬ Â¬ threats which demoralized theindustries which insures a euro in about one third door life is as thrilling as tho most senCuts sational finishes on tho tut f but is not of the country and suspended the facto- Â¬ of the time other wlso required ries which consumed the wool thereby and bruises should receive Immediate attended by any pecuniary los for there stopping tho demand and consequently treatment before the parts becomo is no element of gaming Some people do not love the cry of the A surplus always swollen which can only bo done when creating a surplus Pain Balm is kept at hand A sore dogs or the excitement of tho chaso be Â¬ lowers prices Now if Mr Jcffiies during tho last throat may bo cured before it becomes cause thoy havo never Indulged in it their love two years ho has spent in borrowing serious A troublesome corn may bo but after once participating removed by applying it twice a day for a for It Is Intensified witli each run the BuKCKENiunuE News and reading Tho most seasonable months are Oc tho Andcreonville lnd Democrat had week or two A latno back may bo cured Â¬ and several days of valuable time Bayed tober and November although foxea sent a friend over to Kentucky and bor In April and afow rowed tho Louisville papers ho might or a pain in the side or chest relieved may be run until latb without paying a doctora bill Procure n hunters run their dogs during tho cool have been bettjr posted So send us a months although lock of your wool not borrowed Mr 50 cent bottle at onco and you will never nights of tho summer regret It For sale by A It Fisher Clo a severe chase in w arm weather will most Jeffries and pax vobiecuno to you verport Ky and Klncheloe A Board likely prove detrimental to the dogs for Now to my fiicud Dr J M OBryan it has a tendency to moko them sluggish Ho proposed to make Hardlusburg of Payncsvlllo Fox hunting can be enjoyed at almost twenty fivo blankets weighing four lbs HOLT any hour of tho day or night although each out of one hundred lbs of my early morning hunting is preferable greaHj wool I havo no remark to make Mr and Mrs Charlea Tiuius went to The early rising nnimates ono for the on as unreasonable a proposition as this Hawesville Saturday excitement which is to follow and for Nor need he say he is a Democrat Tho Mrs Mary OBrien of Khodella was that rea jon It can bo moro thoroughly absurdity of his statements proves that guest ot her brother ft S Carter enjoyed Night hunting is preferred by beyond a doubt But I advibo him to tho last week some becauso tho fox does not like stick to his pills with tho hope for tho such large circles and tho musical cry Mr and Mrs Edward Kgart of Mool wolfaro of his patients that he adminis Much oyville visited relatives hero a few daya can bo heard from start to finish ter them not on such n shallow founda of tho pleasure of tho sport however is last week tion of their power to kill or cure lost by night running Misses Dessio Flder and Jennlo Ulako Now to my ol 1 friend Lud A Foote Unless the moon is shedding its silvery who lies couched on tho airy top of Pilot Ilitos Bun spent last Sunday with Miss radiance over tho scene your face is Uidge lcversely passing the remainder Eunice Manning moat like to como in contact with an of a long laborious and useful life far Miss Amanda Tinius was tho guest of oyerhanging limb with such force that fromjthe maddening crowds ignoble strife Miss Temple Sargent Stephensport one the collision would not be pleasant to who oft can bo seen at tho foot of yon Â¬ day last week the huuter And to tako a human view fau der nodding oak that wreathes its Prank Greenwood Sr was in Mooley of It It is hardly tho proper treatment tastic roots so high his listless length ville Thursday on business for the dogs It is truo thoy possess a stretched and grieving upon the cun Â¬ Harrison Dollaven went to Paducah much more powerful eyesight than n ning yankee who got his start by selling Wednesday human but In such a rugged country as us niggers and then freed them also on business Missses Forrie Hardin aud Jennio is found in Kentucky injury to your who took advantage of our simplicity by manufacturing and Belling us shoddy Warfloldaud Messrs A A Wolf and W dogs will most likely follow at any timo A game fox hound is among tho gamest A Smith were visitors at tho Tar Springs goods No of all animals whilo in tho chaso new ono day last week Well old friend I will give you a precipice or barbed wire fence will stop Mr Alllo Pate wife and children visit Â¬ themo for your meditations If thoso rushes down the unconsciable yankees did sell us niggers ed the family of Mr Jake Miller last ldm and as ho madly former or through the latter at night an and then free them thus destroying the week injury willmost likely follow Among umbrella which shielded us from the Mr and Mrs James Bollington Haw- Â¬ of fox chas mid day sun If thoy did manufacture esville are spending a few days with her tho most remarkable features ing is the enduranco of tho fox hound compelling parents Mr and Mrs Jo B King and sell us shoddy thereby Ho possesses far greater endurunco than our wheels and looms to get out of tho Miss Auroea Adams returned from anv other domesticated animal Tho out the way have thoy not also run Friday where she has Mowequa 111 accredited rescytho aud cradle tno sicklo and reap been visiting relatives for several months longest chaso of which an port can be had was a run of thirty one Havo not these hook of days of yoro Miss Nannie Kussoll and Mr Klmer hours by the Spiingknoll pack at Gap merciless yankees also como down on ua Boultlnghouse Addisonattendcd church In Knobs Ky A houud can easily aver with their mowers and self bindera at Persimmon Flat Sunday ago ten miles an hour while In a chase Meditate on the good they have done Our school in charge of Prof Eugene so it will be seen that theso dogs ran and let tho nigger go So far aa la for 310 miles Â¬ I 6tated and still say that ton men sell Gilland opened last Monday with 47 pu- continuously known that is tho longest chaso on re- Â¬ ono pils in attendance which is about three ono hundred lba of wool each where buys a blanket and if you will interview fourths of the entire number in the dis cord Every fancier of fox hounds haa his every merchant in Breckenridgo couuty trict We were very much pleased to for color In former years and thoy dont bear mo out then Ill see bo many out tho first day and sin- preference ig cerely hope this number may bo increase whon fox chasing was not so generally vdte the Democratic ticket If I am tans predom Â¬ norant it seems you are not informed ed yes wo would bo delighted to seo all Indulged in tho black and of your faces theao beautiful autumn days inated In this country but now moro enough to enlighten mo You and Mr tans are to bo found Â¬ Jeffriea aro tho only ones in tho United Go to school while you have an oppor- black white and Almost overy wool on tunity if you do not you will regret it than any other color States who assert that putting color however is to bo found The some day tho free list advances tho pricea average reader may not know that KenNow my old friend Lud let mo adviBO When tho children drink bad water tucky is almost as famous for Its fox you to quit that South Carolina Tillman too much green fruit or havo hounds aa for its lovely women fine Secesh Democracy become reconstructed and cat the stomach acho or diarrhooa from any horses and good whisky as one of tho pure Jackson strain Ac Â¬ bo alarmed about To England however may bo attrib- Â¬ cept things aa thoy aro and grieve not cause you neednt them If you will got a 25c 50c bottlo of uted the honor of tho nucleus for the If tho yankeea did free the niggers havo they will bo at ploy best dogs in this country for bo much thoy not rendered U8 moro energetic Dr Bells Anti Flux in half hour after tho first dose Foraalo care la oxereised in their breeding and Havo thoy aelf reliant and working Haynes Cloverportj Dr rearing Many dogs have been Imported by Short not thus benefitted tho rising generation K II McMullin McDaniels j M Meyer to this country but to obtain tho best re Even Bome of tho old men who never Co Buras Geo Heyser Constan Â¬ suits tho English dog should be crossed worked before are doing so now Instead tino A Taylor Itosettu Drury Bennett with the native born American dogs of running through what they Inherited W 13 Brown Training a fox hound is no easy ta8k Co BewleyvllloKy and what tho negro earned for them aro Irvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols Gar although patience la about the only re- Â¬ thoy not now making good livings which field Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky quisite provided the puppy possesses tho thoy did not do before qualities essontial to a good fox dog Now my friend In exposing my Igno- Â¬ Democratic Congress Did A good hound may bo described aa government had sol- Â¬ What the rance that the repealed the McKinley law having a thin ear a round cat like foot It diers and exponded millions ot dollars a straight fore leg a long muscular It greatly reducod Taxation for blankets and woolen gooda to pro It mado living cheaper quarter a shoulder lying well back and tect them 18 a littlo hard on mo Hav Â¬ a deep chest It mado all monoy taxable with soldiers like ing had no experience Stove Walker and brothers of Point It taxed surplus incomes he in days of yore during tho lato un Â¬ Leavoll Ky probably own tho most It restored freedom of elections impress that fact on my pleasantness to It reduced public expenditures famous pack in tho United States Ho memory I had forgotten It also was I It declared undying hostility to trusts has spent years In perfecting theirbreed profits all went to Ignorant that tho for the oppres- ing Mr Herr of Owensboro and Mr wealthy manufactures I was so blind and monopolies organized Trigg of Glasgow both men of gieat went to the spin- Â¬ sion of tho people aa to think that some Considering that the Democrats canto wealth enjoy the sport as thoroughly oa ners aud weavera that tho wago earner of panic when bus Â¬ any huntora in Kontucky got something for his work Little did I into power at a time iness was at a stand still when labor was There aro half a dozen or moro packs think he worked for nothing and found unemployed and when tho treasury was within a few mllea of Louisville and at himself ia most remarkable record times foxea havo been run almost to tho But 1 am truly glad to find the inter empty this a and fully warrants Speaker Crisp in Bay Â¬ city limits Messrs Francis J Hagan welfare of our common coun eBt in the ing that while thoy have not-- done all aud Howard Tracy have the Springfield tuoy had hoped to do the Democrats pack Harry Smyser rides tho hills near had dono more In tho last year to redresa Bardstown Junction with Morgan Trim the wronga of the peoplo aud more for noil while Lee Barbour Joo Itecd and their relief than ovor was dono by any the Iroquois kennels have a dozon or Scrofula party in the same length of timo in any mo o dogs each Louisville Post Sores Boils or country under the sun Interior Journ- Â¬ Did You Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GemBuor Has Blessed His Home Mr wife who was an Invalid from norroni tick headache liaa 1lceu entirely cured by iloyal Oermetuer wlb ever jtoor lulTcr Two wife had acceaa to that intdlolne were curoJ of natal catarrb of mr children It It la truly br A CREAT REMEDY Itli saldtlut proprietary medlclnei are naually endoned only by the lower and mora Ignorant claawt of the people Oennetuer U He endornera and lta a notable exception friends are everywhere among the very be t inoet prominent people If a ervpleaa and ant tat and harmless nature lta lingularrnarlta and unquestioned superiority recom- lg eryu rnena It to ioieiueni peopi th unrest sureit and best remedy nown to and cure of In- medical aolence for the relief digestion Dyspepsia Catarrh nhenmatlsm Kerrousnesa bowel Complaints Vetera and all Malarial Uorder f 100 C for 500 Sold by Umpjlsti Kings Rojal Germeluer Co Atlanta Ga Correctly weekly by Fumphrey A Iaufer Pro Â¬ duce Commission Merchants sto Second St bet Main and Market Louisville Ky LOUISVILLE KY Oct 11 1894 Shippers should mark all packages plainly with shipper name and post offlce address BUTTER Choice country Medium Creamery 14 11 20 IS 12 21 15 EQOS 14 Fresh Michigan BEANS 1 1 hand picked Navy Old or Common and colorod lnJIana Mixed Old No 1 duck Oreen good Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheen skins Boosters por lb 1 75 to 1 85 60 to 1 85 00 to 1 20 311 FEAT1IEKS Prime white goose 20 M 25 15 u 20 2i HIDES 3 4 3 Mi 103 30 VI A Â¬ Kvery mother should know that croup can bo prevented Tho first symptom of truo croup is hoarseness This is folIf lowed by a peculiar rough cough Chamberlains Cough Itemedy is given freely as soon as tho child becomes hoarso or even after tho cough has de Â¬ veloped It will prevent the attack 25 and 50 cent bottles for salo by A It Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kincheloo Hoard Hordinsburg Ky Â¬ B 6 liens per lb i 1 50 2 50 Spring Chickens per doz DIIIED APPLES AND PEACHES to Apples choice bright quarters Apples average i to 5 lOULTKY bi 4 Apples old Peaches new Peaches old to 5 Do was being called in cirAs tho docket cuit court one morninc this week an at tomey wroto tho query substantially What shall a lawyer for defendant do What Shall the Lawyer WOOL 21 Tub washed IS Oroase fine 14 coarse Grease Merino - 10 10 Hurry and Cots MISCELLANUUUB Tallow iV 25 Beeswax 30 35 Sorghum Molasses HAY GRAIN FEED We quote pricei to day on Louisville city wharf No 2 oata OATS HAY Strictly choice Choice No 2 Good Medium Qood Bright Straw CORN holes whit Choice shelled 11 10 50 00 10 00 4 75 32 38 13 00 12 00 when caucht without answer or client This was passed among the lawyers for A Messenger reporter found suggestion them and furnishes them as follows 2 Itule plain- Â¬ 1 Demur to petition l Itule for bill ol partic- Â¬ tiff to verify 5 4 Move for bond for cost ulars Move to quash process and sheriffs re- Â¬ 0 Move rule to make petition turn 7 Theres an Important more spocillc 8 Tapers out paper over at his ofilce 10 0 Motion for rule to fill blanks 12 Motion to transfer to equity docket Ill Suggest absence Getsuddonlyslck 11 Swear judge off of senior counsel 15 Movo to refer to Maa tho bench 10 Suggest that you havo just ter been employed aud client will be in 18 Suggest that you are hav Â¬ shortly 10 Let tho clerk ing oxhlbita copied enter agreed onler see couusel on both Owensboro Messenger sides would rather trust that medicine than auy doctor I know of Says Mrs Hattle Mason of Chilton Carter Co Mo In speaking of Chamborlalns Colic Cholera and Diarrhooa Itemedy For sale by A It Fisher Cloverport Ky Board Hardinsburg and Kincheloo Ky 11 00 5 50 42Ji 46 4 3 3 3 5 5 6 Qj 5 CATTLE Good to extra ihtpping 40 Best Butcher 00 Medium to good butchers HOGS 5 25 Choice packing and butchers 5 20 Fair to good S 50 Rough pigs 100 lbs and under 4 75 Shoats and Good to Light shipping rr 4 3 3 3 00 50 25 75 65 25 40 25 75 00 SHEEP extra shipping I 1 LAMBS Oood to extra spring to good Fair Fair to good 75 50 3 25 2 60 4 60 2 50 4 75 4 00 Louisville SI Louis Texas R R Co asro TIME SCHEDULE Taking Effect At 600 oclck 53 51 A 2f il Sunday Dec 17 1893 Wtil Sound Traim Eatt Bound lYaini 52 Bxprs Exprs Dally Daily 7 45 Mall A STATIONS Mall 64 Kiprs Dally 12 12 Kxpr Newspaper Reporters Wanted Wo ore informed that tho Modern Press Association wants one or two newsÂ¬ paper correspondents in this county Tho work la light and can bo performed 65 7 25 730 7 47 6 30pm 800 8 8 9 9 in IvUnn Ionp Hoc ptar Kentucky St West Iolnt Howard K ron Guston Irvlnirton Dally 7 65 40 43 00 07 804 813 8 21 830 by eithor lady or gentleman Prevloua experlenco is not necessary and somo of our voung men and womon and oven old men would do well to secure such a pos- Â¬ ition as wo understand It takea only about one fourth of your time For fur- thor particular address Modern Press Association Chicago 111 83H 8 45 865 UlrJ U14 loot 917 921 934 945 964 llrandenburg Webster Iodiburif llerco Haven Uranch 8 SOpin 8 16 1160am 7 35 7 30 1147 11 32 714 1121 707 6 68 11 Id 6 48 1107 6 40 1069 6 30 1060 10 41 45pm 30 614 6U3 UUO 1014 1020 1028 1033 10 3U 10SJ 1025 Sample Stephensport 1020 10 11 917 928 9 SI 9 41 Call at Ikbbagea the Gents Furnisher for cold weather underwear 10 02 10 07 1012 1018 10 35 964 1060 1063 1105 11 IS 1121 1130 1134 1140 11 12 Addison Holt Cloverport Shops SI linan Hawesville Falcon avce Ixwisport 1atcs Owensboro Mattlngly UrirhlV Stanley Worthlngton Heads Snottsville lias etts 1001 1003 9 48 9 45 9 33 667 662 6 45 640 6SS Ictrle 922 914 908 9 04 6 24 6 21 6U9 4 69 4 451 445 4 42 Mam 1048 1069 11 W 1114 1119 ViZi 12in rowers 868 8 40 436 4 4 20 825 8 15 408 00 If You Have any other skin disease tnko teaaeeBttiMttttaM Delicate Or Debilitated 1233 1238 2 42 802 7 64 347 337 3 41 3 SO 3 23 761 7 43 7 35 7 27 7 19 lv 7 05am 1125 women USB U3J 260 1267 1145 108 1163pm 114 12 lOim 130pm 316 arHcndersn 3 10 2 65pm al Ever SHOULD iLr a fAiiitilAM lAhilid annaBcim a1 vf sadi All njl - me- - neea can one conceive of than he is driv en into wnen lie iooks uack on wnni tie baa been and then gets a glimpse of Tut Mich a what he might have been man into a position In which all his fac- Â¬ ulties will be thoroughly awakened in himself as he la and which he will Imj forced to view the falling tears of a AVERS SAR SAP ARIL Blood Purifijr and Spring Medicino LA tho Superior se heart broken 9tu ppdMU4 vylf the fateful ami itiln h tHuiainlttod to his sad ItakaM will cure you Cur8 other Try Electric Bitters aa a remedy for Ifuotgota bottlo now The eagle the king of all birds la no- Â¬ vour troublea keen sight clear and distinct and getrelief This medicino has been ted for its So uro thoso persons who uae found to be peculiarly adapted to tho re Â¬ vision Sutherlands Kagle Eye Salvo for weak lief and cure of all Femalti Complaints eyes styes soro eyes of any klndorgran exerting a wonderful direct influenco in ulated lids Sold by all doalers For giving strength and tone to tho organs If you have Loss of Appetite Constipa Â¬ Haynes Cloverport sale by Short Dj It II McMullin McDauiolaj M tion Headacho Fainting Spells or are Meyer Co Bursa Geo Heyser Con Nervous SlceplcssExciUblvMelancholy Drury or troubled with Dizzy Spells Electric A Taylor Itosetta sUntine Uennett Co Bewleyville Ky W E Bitters Is the mediclue you need Health aud Strength are guaranteed by its use Drown Irvlngton Ky j Jno P Nlchobj GwteldKyj A K MorrU Big Spring Large bottles oaly fifty cents at A It Fishers drug store i BRADFIELDS LoulslfietHadinsburg TAKING EFFECT Western R H No 3 TIME TABLE Femal6 Reoiilator superb JULY 29 1891 Every Ingredient possesses Tonlo properties and exerts a wondor- i f ul Influence lu toning up ana siroDgiit icnlng lior system by driving through Mil - lnHMnl un lntlllAa iim Uiu iiruiwv uiiwu 2 Health and strength are guaranteed to result from its use Hrwlfswbo was tMHlrltldsn for slyhuen Eaaoatlis srwr using ukai riiiigalling wall j J rmiMTUh tor two monUis la Jkl JOHKSHJM Man am ah West Hound Trains TnlTy Dally STATIONS z Sun ex Sun Kast Bound Trains Dally DVlTy ex Sun ex Sun No 1 Noe 9 30am No6 ini 09am Lv Irvlngton Ar 40 uarneia 66am llarned Hardinsburg 1212 Kirk 12 48 uu lolly Olcndc an 18 Nol 820 BOO Mi ky all DrofgUM DC IMW MAOrtEllS WUTM pr aalUa N Aft U kr I 2ft Dempster ar Kail snoujr Mv K ackva Rods AaWat Oaks ArFanUvUULv u -- I 1 ili AtM i jiaww MlvfcJfJWAaiMr JiiywttiMHWlPHSWrwwmwg5SLl Uibut t5f - - mimm itf nriTfrlirl ll IM - ufii I II 4 iw iMnwwiu mi i wxMrtiiuiwwiiinftnrtiniiiuiimmmtti THE HHOKHNHIDCim NfilffS ItWW J LUJU m MHMHWwaanu i pltA6SKq Monthly Crop Report flrawcB o n kinds ao tc Thero has Leon no very material change In the condition of the corn crop short in mnuy localities n has not grown as it wn A Free Coinage Democrat Takes Is- - since my last report The weather has grac8 maturing tho would have dono since he been fine for drying nnd sut with Mr Montgomery Italns have uoLbefl crop Cutting is progressing well and menced sowing hnacommrnccd In many in ninny comities Some corS wheat localities the crop 1s good and whero it report stock water very scan Mil Emrort I was present on the has been shucked for feeding purposes AuiioiAs Mc 2Stli of September to hear Mr Montgom Com Octobers ISM tho yield is fully up to expeclntioiiF rry nuuioPB inu pcoplo oi Cloverport on n0 Government report for Sent makes A Household Trensi the polllicnl IsBtica ot tho day Vt hen J bad show Inir for corn Mr Henry A tho crowd had nsscmliled he told them Itobinsoii tho V 8 Statistician snys D W Fuller of Cniinjolm m BviJ wcnaAcr cf T3535Ss3Se this marriago will over tako place Al his speech would bo delivered nt night excepting tho month of Sept 1881 tho says that ho alwats keeps ready it has been dolayed nearly a year corn omen iim rrMTsN miss AstowriOH to tho working people but ns there was Sept condition of corn for 1891 is tho New Discovery in tho hous Adi Wb o do you suppose is to blanio for that bo ninny farmers from ho country in lowest on record Sho is said so far to In tho tiidnth of Sept family has always found tho Wiu iho fnct that bIio was nnmolcss a Not sho surely town he would mako them a talk Uo 1S81 it stood at GO against tho present results folio a its use that ho Insult mo to myfaco nftcr what barrier of n feathers weight Not to n havo seen tho folly of her youthful error You Burveycd the audience and room he month record 034 In all tho surplus be without it if procurabl that sho ndores him now I lmvo told youl Tho woman tamped mail liko Mnxey it Ellen nnswered him in a low voice made a mental estimate of their Intelli- Â¬ corn Slates with tho exception of III Bnt yet ho hesitated With all his Dykemnn Druggist Calsklll licr foot upon tho lloor uttered with Uufortunntely Julian I happen to gence nnd proceeded with his talk novcr the decline from tho Aug condition is tnni ur iwngs now wiscove fierco emphasis tho fiiiifflo supplemental Impetuosity and impatience ho was acknow to tho contrary Tho marriago has pyllnblo Nol nnd swept out of Mitts customed to count tho cost of it momen doubting for a moment but that all he very decided All tho Southern States doubtedly tho best Cough Ken tous step before ho took if nnd tho al been postponed at her own request I Maxcys sifrlit said would bo taken in as gospel truth Scrofula Thoroughly Eradicated showing good gains and all report fino ho has used it In his family havo that from Lamars sister A servant bovrcd Miss Maxey out with ternatives presented to him were pain C I Hoodft Co Lowell Mass He first took up the free coinage ques- Â¬ crops A special report from eight Wes- Â¬ years and it lias never failed Oh you havo Maxcy regarded her ful Ho had learned something of An gravo politeness mid tho heavy door It Ii wltli pleasure that I gUe you the details iicttos character To place himself in with n fixed look You aro so well in- of our littlo Mays sickness and her return to tion and tho repeal of the purchasing tern States shows that out of an aggre Â¬ that is claimed for it Why closoil nftcr her formed on this subject Ellen that I do health by the use of Hoods Sarsaparilla She clause of the Sherman law gate of 40873 084 acres planted there remedy so long tried and tested It was over and sho felt liko n child tho position of suitor from any reason not competent to talk with yon He declares himself for freo coinago has been abandoned or cut up for fodder waj taken down with Trial bottle freo at A It Flsll For n moment n great weakness In all unacceptable to her was equivalent to Still feelinsist I my ndvico is good that Fever and a Bad Cough but failed to tell us why it was that with in round numbers 15500000 or 38 per store ltegular size 50c and 1 her Ixxly pcomed about to causo her to driving n friendless girl from tho only You women hnvo u wonderful power in side fall down Sho clniifrtotliodoorcaso for homo sho had ever known Not to place such matters when you nro really in Following tills n sore came on her right time be a Democratic house Senate and Pnsi cent The Statistician estimates this an tween the two lower ribs In a short support Ah hho did m alio noticed n himself in tho position of n suitor was SIROCCO But dropping thnt for a time side She would take dent nothing was done to bring about abandoned area to amount to about 20 tiny silver doorplato just tinder tho never to know his own fata When n earnestsomething very serious to say to other broke on tho lett when we had succeed Â¬ this result He gloried in the defeat of per cent of the I havo spells of sore mouth and planted in entire acreage lxll handle which had before escaped young man is burning with tho intoxi- yon It is to mo the most serious subject ed In overcoming this she would auner with at Â¬ the purchasing clause of the Sherman mt unariey urown is stilt veil the United States Tho average condi- Â¬ tacks ot high fever and expel bloody looking her eye With foveribh itnpntienco sho cation of n lirst great passion this lost in tho world our Annette corruption Her head was artected and matter law but does not tell us that Sherman of tion of corn in Kentucky is placed at Sam Jones ylsited his sister in is not possible bent down and scrutinized tho delicato oozed from her ears After each attack she be-Well what of our Annette So Mnxey thought ho would wait Ohio on July 1 Uh 1892 introduced sub- Â¬ 842 per cent last week tracery thereon in tho light from tho I want to ntako her my wife ho did until ho was brought stantially the came bill or that the street lamp Tho force of what sho read nnd wait Mr Marshal Brown is making WHEAT Maxey was quito prepared to see his rendered her for tho moment incapablo ton sudden resolution in tho jnatter in sister faint to hear her scream or to Democratic platform declares for freo The indications are that there will not est sorgiium moiasses- we ve sd came worse and all treatment failed to plve her of thought or motion It was tho simplo an unlooked for and extraordinary way give any other extreme vent to her feelcoinage of both gold and silver without be a largo crop of wheat sown this fall season relief until we began to use Howls Harsaparllla Ono afternoon when tho artist was After she had taken one half bottle we could see discrimination against either metal or liamo Foiytho ings but ho was hardly prepared for en the rains come too late to prepare the nlono with his sister Ellen sho introthat she was better We couUnued until sho xiirs nice oi jittie ucml sp And this was thohoiiMj 10 Livingston tire calmness Miss Maxey started it is had taken three bottles Mow she looks like chargo for mintage When tho bill lands for plowing and tho very low price week with her sous lxl and Will street It was no longer a problem whero duced a grnvo topic Nevertheless sho true and drew n deep sigh but when Tho Bloom of Hoalth passed the Senate the vote as reported at has discouraged the farmer from plant Â¬ Bewley Elder sho had seen that liaiidsomofncc It was tried to make her remark seem n casual farm and Is fat as a pig We feel grateful and cannot the time was 0 Democrats in favor of sho did speak thero was scarcely a trem ing a large crop Some are substituting tho original of tho medallion which Dr on a say too much In MYor of Hoods Harsaparllla II II Hardesty our young Mas A M Adams Inman Tennessee repeal and 10 against L3 Kepubllcaus for barley and others rye Very much of Julian do you know how Dr La bio in her voice sleigh Lamar during that memorablo I am well awaro of that Julian master visited his rido on tho sea road had told her boro tho mar canto to bo engaged Hoods Pills net easily yet promptly and repeal and 10 against 3 populists also tho present crop Is being fed to hogs Saturday and Sunday mother at Why dont you do it Maxoy locked at her with apprehen efficiently on the llrcr and bowuls 25c features of tho woman ho was to marry voting against The vote shows it to which will be a vast saving to the corn For n niiunto Maxey was too astonI must never tell Julian what I havo sion Ho hesitated n little before ho ished to speak Noah Greenwell our genial a have been a Republican measure He crop I havo asked the corresjiondents dared to do today Novcr Ho would bo mado his reply than anybody else You hnvo a wonder also failed to tell us another thing which this month as to the average yield per was in our miusi last week nq I Well awaro of it What do you Not from his own lips Ellen I un Â¬ terribly displeased But nono tho less ful power in such matters when you nre he might have told that is that tho day acre this year The average is placed at property from tho cornfield to thu it is my duty to warn Dr Lamar How derstand in n general way that it is a mean mean that I discerned itsomotimo renlly iu earnest My ndvioo is nctl I Cleveland signed the repeal bill May 14 5 bushels and all agree that the qual- en I do not know But ono thing I do family nfTuir Of course you know that Miss Mnxey nrose smiled benignly wheat was worth 73J cents but that ity is superior grade and is placed at Ed Miller wife nnd Utile daugl know Whatever may bo tho result of Tho Widow Forsytho is very rich Sho ago Julian You av not artful enough upon her brother and left tho room sad complication whatever hap ts understood to bo very much in lovo to keep such n matter to yourself I this Urell Jellerson county ivy wcrd Tho deuce thought Maxoy Sho before May came around it was only 10 per cent pens I never will do tho foolish thing with Lamar and his mother who is found it out I dure say before you did 52 cents and that Clevelands ing his parents here last week ni hve and it mndo wo very happy You want wants to bo quits with mo becauso 1 worth again that I havo donb today Whatever very anxious for her sons advancement Tho rye crop of the largest producing sisters in Indiana my opinion my brother I will givo it could not aid her with Lamar I But this salary would at the timo of signing has set her heart upon it Exactly how comes I havo dono with playing tho do Â¬ is too trifling Miss Kebecca Owens of Wolf it camo about no ono knows Wo know to you In n worldly way somo of your gether serious a matter for shall I doalto- havo bought 08000 bushels of wheat but States namely Penn New York and tective too serious What before May would have bought 98000 Wisconsin show a very fair crop The opened school at Oak Grove the Is that Eustace was at Newport with her friends will say you havo mado n gravo bushels thus Increasing his salary and indications are that there will be a She seems to havo gained favor wid CHAPTER XIII last summer nnd that tho pledges wcro mistake but in your own heart you will CHAPTEK XIV nlwnys bo satisfied and happy Sho is passed toward tho close of tho season the salary of every Congressman and larger crop raised in Kentucky next yar scholars in that vicinity AFFAIKS OF THE 1IRAUT TIIK KNOCKINO As with pretty Ellen Maxey bo with But what is tho u o of repeating idlo tho most lovablo girl I know She will Tho nf tcnioon was drawing to a closo Senator nearly fifty per cent at tho ex than usual The crop hasljeen so small i rost lias oamagca some late col tho others Tho Wlli seemed to havo been talk 1 only know what pcoplo say mako tho best wife in tho world I am Miss Mnxey had conveniently absented penso of the people We tho people that it has been difficult to get a very sure of it I say this with nil my heart this neighborhood Pastures nre which is very poor authority reached herself Tho uitibt was nlono in tho rear now tako that coupled with tho repeal accurate report Tho average yield per Julian with all my heart What do pcoplo say Julian When Mr Dye stalked out of tho artAnnette was would bea free coinage law or some acre is placed at 143 bushels The qual- Â¬ up nnd some farmers have conun Sho tried to speak in a matter of fnct chamber with his pupil Oh you want that too oven when feeding their stock Winter seems ists rooms and tint shiny surface of his seated before on easel near tho window measure looking to freo coinago and the ity of the grain is placed at 91 per cent rapidly approaching it may not bo true Well remembering tone but tho tears camo Into her eyes whilo Maxey was looking over her shoulwoebegono coat had vanished from Max Maxey could hardly conceal his delight restoration of our silver to the position eys sight it seemed as if every ray of that it is rumor scandal ircrhaps is a OATS der apparently at tho sketch Sho was Tho cold frosty mornings nips thr light that tended to illuminate tho dou better word for it tho story is told to though ho answered abruptly The average yield per acre is placed at and bites the not working Her hands lay listlessly in it occupied as money prior to 1873 Mr noses of tho school Pshaw Ellen you didnt think I Carlisle said in the House of Itepresontn 227 bushels Tho average quality is mystery to solve which Maxey had mo that this Mrs Forsythe whoso hus- ble her lap and her eyes wero fixed on the stooped to n subterfuge had vniiMifd band died whilo sho was yet lory young wished to consult you about tho wisdom gray bky above the river tives Feb 21 1878 according to my placed at 87 per cent Tho Government nnd girls but this is nothing comd ami lett Iter witn two thirds of his im- - of this step I decided that for myself too Are you studying tho effect the view of the subject the conspiracy which Statistician says that as this is the last to the sting ot tiie lash when npplic Why then Hero at last tho good artist and tho menso fortune has always used her nrtist queried with n smile seemed to have been formed in this report on the condition of this crop for the young school master so boys Becansa I wnnt you to adviso mo other acute investigators reached a dead great powers of fascination to break No Mr Maxey I was listening country and in Europe to destroy by tho present season it may be taken as warning hearts That has been her chief sourco more to help me You know how sen Â¬ wall Hero every thread was broken Listening For what Uriah is in a quandary Old Da legislation or otherwise from 3 7 to 1 2 of indicating a crop considerably below tho of amusement and delight for years Tho sitive Annctto is If onco I place mysolf Hero to all appearances the matter came For tho wind Ilnvo you novcr nohas made a will iu which he beque the metalic money of tho world is the average to a hopeless termination Tho several story is that Lamar was madly in lovo in tho position of a lover before her ticed how queerly it knocks nt tho win his all at the expiration of his all actors in tho drama settled down to tho with her before sho married Mr For- ono of two things will happen Sho will dow frames sometimes This is ono of most gigantic crime of this or any other BARLEY sytho but that sho rejected him to make either accept mo or leave tho house moro ordinary hapjHjuings of daily life tho days When I urn working here age The consumation of such a fcheme Tho average yield per acre for barley time hero on earth to Uriahs n wealthy alliance with that physical Now I dont want her to leavo tho alone I Now matters quite as absorbing howoften notice it and however would ultimately entail more misery is 242 bushels Thero will be a larger Uriah is fearful of meeting with a ever removed from the terrible claimed monstrosity This last summer they met house much I hear it it never fails to stortlo upon the human race than all the wars acreage of barley sown this year than mature death If David aint car Ellen answered him gravely again after n separation of years She their attention Tho moro vivid sensa pestilence and famine that ever occurred usual The Government report shows Uriah will turn anarch and blow bin But you havo no choice Julian If me tions of today gradually obscured the showed him unusual favors and did her What tho rattle Iu the history of tho world sho cannot bo loved by you sho must Mills of the lowest Sept average during the last to kingdom come with dynamite less vivid sensations of yesterday They utmost to win him back It is said that Tho rap There is not so much find Wo told you so Ileuben did not forget but they ceased to talk ho resisted all lit r advances but that she ought to leavo tho house After denuess in tho rattle Thnt is not it for Texas and Jas G Blaine expressed ten years We war about tho fateful night on the sea road Bho finally triumphed by somehow en- what yon have said ono of theso things when thnt happens you think of the similar views you we plead with you and ye would rOTATOES ticing his mother on her side That must be and all that grew out of it Has the Democratic President the wind It is as if tho wind did it but it Tho early crop of potatoes made a fair Now wheio aro you at Was it a hi Ellen it is a terriblo thing to do might bo easily so with a vain and Lamar wsvs unhappy Ho was a fre is not so today It is not ns if tho wind Democratic Senate nnd House done yield in most localities but the late crop saw or a cyclone that struck you Fv to deprivo a jwor girl of her home worldly woman liko Mrs Lamar They quent visitor at tho artists rooms ovej Miss Maxey was very sober but thero did it nt nil Thero is silence and then anything looking to the carrying out of very much reduces the average The and be Jasua nnd twas neither yer li now when there was no longer any need go on to say that this Mrs Lamar hint Â¬ comes n sudden dull blow At first I Carlisles views or tho Democratic plat- Â¬ or A middle splitter tried to run ed and pleaded and argued with iier son was no hesitancy or faltering in her ro of his professional services Ho seemed thought somebody must bo throwing form as we of the South and West under- Â¬ average condition of tho crop on Oct 1st plough clane through mo yer hon until finally to rid himself of persecu- ply is 703 per cent to come there in his leisure moments as something against tho pane but I found stood it We all You nro not toblnmofor loving her know it would have n refuge from himself Ho was tho most tion never dreaming that sho would Tho farmer should house them well Begar ear and they shall gnaw a file after n time thnt it was only n movebeen impossible to elect Cleveland and this winter for tho U S Statistician re Â¬ cheerful and witty of society but tho ncccpt him ho so far forgot his dignity You cannot avoid the consequences Go ment of tho window frame Isnt it curi smilo died on his lips when ho crossed as to nsk Mrs Forsytho ono evening if to her in u manly straightforward fashthis Congress if the people of tho West ports their condition for the whole coun- Â¬ The Best Way ous tho threshold on his way out It was as sho had over had cause to regret tho lit- Â¬ ion and tell her the truth and South had not expected the restora- Â¬ try at 024 The sweet potato crop is Very Younotico theso littlo things Stuffer You know that girl who Tell her tho truth tho truth of if a shadow fell upon him everywhere tlo No sho had onco given him Sho Annette Do you know I have worked tion of silver to its old position as money placed at 738 per cent fused mo She has just Insulted mo but hero as if tho sun shono in only at told him Yes with a warmth and fer- course but but what will sho say to in this room alono for months and for of ultimate redemption inviting me to dinner tho truth HOGS tho windows above tho river nnd all tho vor that took his breath away and ho Ho next took up the sugar question I am sorry Julian that I cannot my part I never noticed whether tho Dashaway What aro you going to dd rest of tho world were dark had committed hinifclf before ho knew The money from the sale of hogs is help you I havo foreseen this I havo windows rattled or wero still Thero I and promised that when Congress as more generally Stuffer Swallow the insult Net Did Lamar know why this was In a it distributed among the Was not that it sembled again it would bo put on tho farmers than that of any other class of York Sun vaguo way perhaps but ho surely did Just ns I heard it Julian Was itnot tried to sound her but on tho subject of I did not hear it then I was listenfree list He explained to the people Btock not acknowledge it to himself and still nlso said that this second proposal was yon her lips aro sealed ing to you Mr Maxey Listen again I have therefore tried to get as You dont say to cried Maxoy run preservo his relations with tho Widow n mockery so coldly and contemptuousyVf J I wish I wero uot that owing to the traitors in the Senate full a report from all over the State as ning his hand through his hair till it and it will row Forsytho and still como here No Lamar ly framed that any woman with n spark they had to accept a hill placing 40 per possible as to the amount being fed this What docs foolish enough to lo nfraid of it Hark was not a man of that stamp Tho day of self resect would havo taken it ns stood up liko n maniacs In tho silenco that ensuod they could cent tax and J of a cent differential on it fall From all reporU thero will be a that signify I wonder ho really found himself out that day an insult It turclydoes rotmcau that sho dis hear each other breathing Porhaps it hut did not tell them that the Secretary shortage of 157 per cent From the would his visits cease Miss Maxey spoko vehemently with was nervoubiicss but Maxcy felt strange likes As for tho poor girl without a namo a bright red spot in either cheek Tho do you Dont tisk mo to say more I ly oxcited A low knocking not tho of tho Treasury said that without this Government report as to the number of not wim that you shall over bo ablo tax thero would be a deficit of near 28 stock hogs to be fed this fall shows a sho gradually becamo n natural nnd nec nrtist moved uneasily in his chair to accuso mo of having raised falso hopes knocking they wcro waiting for camo 000000 essary part of tho artists homo circle in the revenue and that Cleve reduction of 10 per cent as compared to You know Ellen of how littlo vnlno to their cars through tho closed door in your mind Tho timo came when tho faco woro ev- Â¬ this gossip is How very oddl exclaimed Maxcy land said it was a proper subject for last year In the Western States where And if bho docs not lovo mo falery day a smile and somehow that smile Let us not deceive ourselves Julian That was not tho touch of a ghostly taxation He discredited Mr Lewis the drought was most severe hogs are opened a world of light nnd beauty in Tho gossip as you call it comes most tered Muxey zephyr but tho substantial rap of some Btory of the farmer who had bought 221bs being driven to more favored localities She does lovo you Julian tho place In her art Icshohs sho was directly I need hardly remind you that body tougiblo who wants to got in of sugar for f 100 and showed them how for feeding Maxey i prang to his feet and making wonderful progress Tho day I havo n friend who knows this Forsytho being very It must ben timid person who would Impossible that was by quoting the price cared for The pigs are of Monroe little Who told you that now do you that tho knock at tho outer door had woman who was with her last summer county re knock so low of sugar under the McKinley law fur- Â¬ ports cholera raging among startled teacher nnd pupil into n con nt Newport and who has seen something know What did you mean then by rais tho hogs Probnbly it is Somo beggar doubt- nished him by ing false hopes means so much more than sciousness of how very closo to each otha Hardin county Demo- Â¬ nnd some diseases from other counties of her bincc To your first question nobody To less Impccnniousness is occasionally er their heads had come was scarcely you imamner serious and crat at 5Jcts per pound but since the are reported Indeed I cried Maxey This is news f timid Dont disturb yoursolf An tho first and it was certainly not tho to mo I did not know it Neither do I your second by instinct and observation Imposition of a tax of 40 per cent and f fatal diseases result fromi nette CATTLE last on which tho phenomenon occurred know Mrs Forsythe Mnxey BtopjKd into tho vestibulo nnd J of n cent per pound the price had gone trifling ailmentsneglected I inquired this month as to the aver- Â¬ Such a very apt pupil was tho girl with Said Ellen earnestly Julian I know opened tho outer door Ho regarded tho down to 409 or nearly J of a cent A age number of cattle for out n name so dovoted to art so very of her I know that sho has a terrible feeding pur- Â¬ Dont play with Natures man who had summoned him tliero with smile of Incredulity was seen to play poses A geneiul earnest a teacher was Julian Maxey bo ungovernublo temper I do not belibvo resume shows that greatest gift health n look of speechless surprise It was over tho faces of somo of that horny dolighted with her achievements that sho is n good woman Sho would make Mr Dye There were tho woebegono handed audience and several expressed there is a deficit in number of 12 per theso littlo episodes were scarcely to bo Lamar wretched moro wretched than iijouarcleellne cent beaver tho shiny threadbare coat tho a hop out of sorts weak wondered nt But howover much tho ho is now Tills mutch must bo broken that he would fail to pluce it on aim generally ex TODACCO faded blue tyes tho long hair falling familiarity of daily association might off Yes Julian it is no longer useful hausted neivous over tho cars tho smooth faco with its tho free list hut rather add another 40 Correspondents from nearly every hitc no appetite bring these two together there was still to disguiso Hio truth oven if wo could and cant work expression of hapless melancholy and all per cent and J of a cent to the tax and county report tho wonderful improve- Â¬ it barrier to a mutual understanding for Dr Lamar neglects his business begin at once tak Â¬ Ho went to mako up tho peculiar group reduce the price another of a cent that ing themost relia- Â¬ ment in tobacco in tho past six weeks poor Miss Dye remained at heart tho neglects it to como here Ho no longer ble strengthening of mental impressions which Maxoy had You will note how the imposition of a Tile most improvement same shy timid creature that sho had cares to bo first in his profession as ho has been in the inedicliiewhlchis learned since tho first meeting now tax diminished the prbe of sugar Now Urouna Iron Bit- upicared nt first Sho lccamo easy and used His reputation as a physician is white huiley region It was thought weeks ago to nssocinto with the namo how did tho placing of wool on the free ttri A few bot natural nnd smiled becauso her sur- in danger You havo heard ns well ns ties cure benefit atone time the county of Shelby could Lcander Dyo comes from the roundings wcro bright and sho was I that ho has refused to tako important list affect the price according to Mr not possibly make one half crop erv iirit dose Yon was Maxeys only utterance but young but there wcro n nativo delicacy cases cases which it was in every woy Montgomery Ho explained that the twN7 stain au I sir suid thoEombcr voice Parinto reports irora mat county are vory Utth and Its nnd sensitiveness that bctrnyod them for his interest to take Yon know it pleasant to take don mo if I vunturo to intrudo my un Â¬ tariff of llcts per pound on wool caused encouraging I will give a few reports tclves through nil and cannot deny tho reasons This wo seemly presence upon you thus abruptly tho poor man to pay as much or more from tho correspondents from tho differÂ¬ Noithorwnu sho wholly happy When man has him in her clutches nnd from tax on hla cheap clothes as a rich man without having prepared you previously on his broadcloth sho thought horsolf alone tliero wero n falso senw of honor most crcdltablo ent localities of tho State From the by timely warning Ttnxcv tprung to hit fceU That a tariff is intended to raise the county of Shelby Tho outcome occas- Â¬ times when sho sat with her head upon to liimtelf ho refuses to break nway Uyapepsla Kidney and Liver Como in said Maxoy price of the article on which it Is placed ioned by late rains lias her hand looking out over tho lonesome This is tho plain truth us you know To your third it docs not follow that nenraio been not only a rMtt Mr Dyo hesitated wo all know but strange to say when river to tho hills that mado tho backand I say again this mutch must bo becauso sho loves you bIio will consent f Constipation Bad Blood Pardon mo if I am constrained to wool was released from taxation it ad Â¬ surprise to the growers but a source of to bo your wife ground nnd when sho was sitting thus broken oifl Malaria ask an impertinent question Are you vanced in price but when sugar was gratification as woll as tho yield has Nervous ailment Maxoy speechless stared at his Bister Every word of this had its effect if sho smiled at nil it was through her taxed th price was reduced alone Womens complaints been largely Increased From tho coun- Â¬ Does thnt becm strange to you Oh tears There was ono thing that trou Maxoy know txj well its force- nnd its iniiiK air Montgomery under eati ty of Campbell I nm not alono in tho house No The tobacco matured bled her much It was tho sonso of do truth Thero was no doubt that tho phil Julian you do not know her ns woll as Sn he Seun lt h crossed red But I detiro to tea ouly you no ono mates the intell cence of his audlunca to such a fine quality that wo have pendenco and obligation Sho could not osophic physician had undergone n I do Tho poor child has poured out her w ua not and lost both prcstage and votes by his j Ten feel satisfied to share in n prosperity to change in tho past few mouths nnd thero wholo soul to mo She lives under a con- else I hnvo no wish to meet tho young talk of the 28th pIiv2 Lff aviiJi iwu ir iiimni i ivn 1 Worlds raised a crop qtial to it since 1887 I Very respectfully lwuuk jree Indy who ouco boro my namo It would which sho did not materially contribute was nlso gcxxl reason to believe that Miss stant shadow Yes you need not start onurrn WMEMICAL CO BALTIMORE MD Fkek Coinaqk Democrat suppose tho yield will bo vory larg bo painful for us both It was this that hold her to an untiring Maxoy had namul tho causa But what Sho does and it is tho shadow of tho past Wo had n littlo frost on tho 25th on the You shall eco mo alouo said Max nttcntlon nnd Btndiousness in her now could tho artist do He replied ut last I know you do not seo it Sho always low lands but the damago will be wry 5PEEDY Bad LASTING RESTTLT Como in looks happy when you nro cy smiles and occupation Sho hoped to cani a liveli- hesitatingly Tho artist ushereVl Mr Dyo into tho small From tho county of Fleming Y7V AT hood with her pencil nnd tho enthusi Suppooo I sny yes henrtlly yes to with her But depend upon it sho has 6M I Wo IncoaYenlenoe Simple f IT 1 Haiti came too late to Improve the corn nstio Maxoy who partly realizod what nil tlint yon have said whnt then I do moments hours when sho broods and parlor and closed tho door Was it that from tar Inlurioui luhitinra V tWfl M much tobacco was nover known to make her feelings wero encouraged her in not doubt tho advisability of breaking Borrows in bilencc Julian she is afraid tho gloomy presence of tho melancholy man communicated a dcpreeslug inUMI AJDOUlffll BIS9CI0 tho Btory of her birth is a story of shame that hope It is cosy to make progress in off the match but how such growth in four weeks There will W GUARANTEE CURE or refund tour money rioe S3 oo n work ono loves Before she had been Who could do it better than your Â¬ and thnt if it wcro known rcspoctablo fluence Muxey certainly felt nu unrea Â¬ be a full crop in this neighborhood far fUKMONT la a source of much suffering The sonable drvud a cort of sinking at tho MEDIOaX CO Boston Mswm pcoplo would look upon nor with sussyatrtn should be tbOEOUshlr cleABsed under his tuition n month Maxoy told self Julian better than last year From tho coun- Â¬ of all lmnuritiei and the biiuxi kept in Dr Lamar that her copies in crayon nnd Youl Maxcy spoke bluntly but so picion would closo their doors against heart as tho door closed and ho stood a healthy condition H B S remove ty of Grant There remains in tho field 08T IN QUANTITY HEBTIMoiialit her That tliero is a doubt is your only there nlono vith his visitor charcoal wcro something mnrvolous for riously TO DK CONTINUED about one quarter of the tobacco crop CHRONIC SORES chance Tito day that it boconioa a cer- Â¬ ono whoso instruction had been so limitEllen flashed n startled npprchensivo Ulaers eta purines the blood i0 V The lata rains brought nut our tobacco tainty thnt day you will Iobo her for glance at her brother ed Maxey undertook to paint her face Some folks will think that Dr Bells builds up the general health It U and we have difficulty in finding house You nro not treating a serious mat- ever Mark my words I havo boon her Pine Tar Honev Is no better than the and sho retaliated by making n pencil TlthQUtan equal Ira P BtUMif Palmer Kaa Miii ter seriously Dr Lamar has been very mother iu a sense and I know her Sho common cough remedies until they try sketch or his fwmircs which wits wonroom and biIcIb It la tho best grown in My foot aod leg to toy knee waa a derfully accurate And fo tho days wcro kluu to us Wuhuvo no right to lit him would uovcr disgrace or degrade tho man years in quantity From tho county runnlnit sore far ttro years and physl spent go blindfolded to a fate worse than sho loves Never I Yon must persuado it Then they will know or themsdlves otas aaW It oould not b cored After of Calloway The late rains havo made WHITES CREU taking flf teen small bottles of S S that its tho best on earth For Bale by her that hor fears aro groundless death You nro his nearest friend You Ono morning Muxey nwoko to n real there Is not a aore on mjr HaW and I good improvements in tobacco This I Indeed Ellen I need help in this Short A Haynes Cloverport Dr It hare a new lease on life I am uventv ising scuso of his iitnrtlou no loved will you must warn html correspondent places it at 126 per cent seren years old and bare had my age My door slstor I havo warned him matter if I over noedod it in my life II McMulliu McDauiulsjM Meyer And why not Was sho not beautiful reoewea at least weajr JWf r toe From the county of Trigg Tobacco Who can holp you Intelligent refined virtuous Was sho and pleadod with him How does ho tako Geo Ileyser Constantino FOR SO YEARS Co Buras UMUl u You mostly housed in good condition in WORM Itemadlac not in verity it wmunn of all women it Ho simply becomes angry makes an Ow Trt tU m BU1 u4 A Taylor Itoectta Drury Bennett Stla Mwm a4lb4 EVERY I0TTLE IUARANTEED No Sho woald not take advice in f Co Bewley ville Ky W E Brown Trigg TJjabeBt orop for ten years each an a man might bo proud to bo able admission to mo that lam not ut liberty DM U tMffM Irv J CO Atlanta tM to repeat and forbids mo over again to such a matter Yon will best win yoai lngton Ky Juo P Nichols Garfield BWIJTBPaKI to introdaco to his friends us my wife Pw wnt for white burly 87 Pw eent hm mx at1 iiKuaeiaTM iV 7m Jt any thu lefts ndomblo because mention tho subject I feel that I havo own cause yourself You are a man and Ky A It Morris BJg 8jririT K yf BicviiBtof uiicml ii T IMUI for dark tobacco 80 ii1 DAtody know tho imino of Iter father cleared my conscience more that I a bright juan and you wui do it better limrinii in h akbVHHPOr ii inuinwmuMWu iiiiiiji niumw HV wir Ftf UJJiSvLI i hftvo dono Till that it Is poeslbTo for m q to da Lnmnr is not n mnn ono can nd vlso ns if ho wero n littlo child No Ellen seriously it is your turn I What n preposterous idea What right havo I toodvisohlm What would he think of me If oh no Julian novcr I I could not mention the matter to him Yon uro not so simplo ns to snpposo I meant that Ellen You aro a woman nnd n bright woman Is it necessary for you to say Act I Thnt is what I mean Teach him You can do it better than anybody else I havo no confldenco that Â¬ SILVER l 7v My Â¬ Â¬ Hoods is Good Makes Pure Blood A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HoodsV Cures - Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ II n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rvSliivSSKv Â¬ In Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Poor Health Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f Browns Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Iron Bitters -- Â¬ It Cures Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ s Â¬ Btul Â¬ SfAyytfAyiAyftjtAJsa It Â¬ Poisoned PtOPLEyN Â¬ LOOD Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WORMS Â¬ VERMIFUGE -J- S j Jttui- - TH Ek BRROKRNRIDGEI NEWS GLOYRRPORT KY ATTORNEY Glis Brown CIOVKUPOItT KY AT LAW F Pophums lllllo IkV is quite sick feel bnd about It lleadtiuailere for bottlo beer M F Dont go past Vests and then PERSONAL 1 GARFIELD Success to the Ksna BEWLEYVILLE Miss Ida Shumate continued her visit to Miss Mary Paul Miss Lnlie Nunnclly spent two dtys with Miss Blanche Jolly T Oalllgnn went to Holt jcsUrday A Rush L I lar Ca Popham A corner on groceries grocery store loit uflice day on the corner Vehts It K Woods Louisville Egg flip Is tho latest new drink In Clo nai hero Silur Breckenridge News iliy ve rport Try it at Pophams raloon WEDNESDAY OOTOIlEIt 17 1891 Mr II rare Nentnn spent Sunday In Owrs V New goods rolling in every day hrro get them for keepsakes Wats dont W 8 Ilonmer relumed Thursday from Cin- Â¬ Notice to Subscribers Cash Is king and when barked by low cinnati The itate on the label Indicalrs thr time to prices always wins Win Vest it Sons whkhjmir iihcilillnn Is paid This serves Mr llenedict Ueuln netit to Onenslioro n eplrallcin notice every both m n receipt Tho Hon Clina Blanford spoko to a Monday Kxamire the ilate printed alter your week name on the margin of thl paper and aee If It Is crowded house hero last Saturday night If not correct pleaie to let ua know If correct Mr J J Tllford l ordirllle wai In the your time hat expired please renew at once If you have got sense youll savo what city Sunday cents you can Buy your groceries at Mr K L Clark o Hanetvllle was In this Vests LOCAL BREVITIES city Saturday Its shoes liko ours that make walking A J rilrtt Cannelton Ind was In the Comn to stay Palace Saloon popular and the outlay for footwear city Monday light Vests Nothing flip nt Palace saloon Mils Lula Gregory returned to Louisville Doctors Watkins nnd Simons perform Â¬ yesterday lino drinks Palaco Saloon For ed an operation on Mr J T Daniels Dr Henry Hoard ltardlnsburg was In tho Chris Sahlio has typhoid fever little daughter Vlrgel for club foot yes Â¬ city yesterday New pickles at the City Bakery terday Miss Brook Stephen of Holt is the guest of Try egg flip at Pophams saloon Our assortment is conceded by judges the Misses Murray Cos Tho fruit depot is at Itiede to bo unexceptionally good and our WVtrr S Smart went to Chicago last Thurs- Â¬ prices the lowtst ever reached Miller day and returned Friday pigs feet at Itledel Cos Pickled Lightfoot All the leading drinks Palace Saloon pent a L J Early Cannolton Telephone Our ready made to wear clothing the few hours In the city Monday Cos Sweet mixed pickels at IUcdel styles tho fits and durability is what Mrs Ellsa Harks returned from Henderson Watch for Palace Saloons Cliristmas makes them go get a pick out of tho Thursday to her home at Addison ad 600 suits Sulzers Hawes Clarence Sterrett of the Clarion Seifrlfds oysters arc direct from the Tho chestnut crop is immense over in ville came up on his wheel Sunday east tho southern part of this county Farm- Â¬ Mr Chas Lisbon after several weeks visit Just received a freth lot of cakes ers will bo bringing them to town by tho in Louisville returned home Sunday Sulzers Messrs J Allen Dean and J II Hudd cf Oysters served in any style at F Sel wagon load beforo long Wo cant publish anonymous com- Â¬ Owcnsboro were In the city Monday frieds Schooner beer five cents at the Palace munications You must sign your name Daniel Sleet arrived from Owensboro yeitar or they go into tho wasto basket as sov Saloon day to visit his brother Wesley Stoel You can get fresh oysters Friday at F eral linvo done this week Mrs A It Fisher returned last week from Seifrieds A B Skillman Jr has been very sick a pleasant visit to relatives at Ulendeane Itube MIIlv r went out bushwhacking passed the past week with typhoid fever His Mr S L Brashear of Farkland yesterday condition yesterdny was somewhat Im- down on the train Thursday for Owensboro Furnlturo at reduced prices at M proved but he is yet a vory sick boy Mm 0 L Knight was called to Dale Ind Hammaus Tho Republicans in this magisterial yesterday by the serious Illness of her slser Co- - report business good Gregory Jas Dean Kockvale was In the cty Sun- Â¬ district held a convention hero last Sat- Â¬ on the levy urday and nominated Hardin Walker for day the guest of Mr nnd Mrs A 11 Fisher Mrs Alio Ditto Jr Long Branch has Magistrate and Levy Voyles for Cons- Â¬ Carlt ltiohardson tho hustling Democratic typhoid fever candidate for county court dark is In the table Clothing to lit you price to lit small It L McGuflln of Buras was hero last city Sulzers purees Mrs Samuel Kulisr nnd daughter Miss Co week representing W II Newman Go to tho City Bakery fur currants Wholesale Grocers Iniisville Mr Mc Â¬ Maude of Canncllton Ind were In tho city nice cleaned ones Guflln is building up n good trade for last Wednesday Prices are all torn to pieces on under Â¬ his house Mrs Alonio Bennett Bowleyvillo and Mrs wear at Babbages Hettlo McCans Big Spring are visiting their Workmen aro engaged putting in tho Palace Saloon will renew its licenso new iron railroud bridge Tho work sister Mrs S U Shelly Mrs Lewis of Stepbensport and Miss Liz December 13th 1894 will be completed this week and not a We can suit the most fastidious in train bo delayed Mr Brashear West lie Stiles of Long drove were tho guests of Mrs W 0 Allen lust week Babbage gloves Point is tho foreman Messrs J T and A U Skillman S B Ad Â¬ Mrs David Culley is recovering from If you have nover visited our estab Â¬ klsson went to Irvlnfcton last Wednesdxy to an attack of bad sore throat lishment wo hopo that you will take attend the funeral of Mr Martin McQlothan Our motto fine goods quick sales and this as an invitation to do so and wo Dr Burgess a foraier minister of the Pres Â¬ promiso you a hearty welcome and satissmall profits Palace Saloon byterian church hero but now of Mansfield Edward A Kissam keeps open house factory visit Sillier Lightfoot Ohio was in the city several days last week This week every girl and boy should Mrs to all of his friends in cow heel James Fairlelgb passed up on tho Uncle Sammy Johnson has moved read tho article headed A Prise Essay train Saturday returning from a visit to her daughter Mis Chapeie Wathen Owensboro Contest on this pageoflered by Sulzers into his new home out in Eastland Mr Cye Merit and wife Misses Alice and Tho boy or girl who writes the best essay The pension of John A Osborne Martha Powers of Tuckers flat visited rela Â¬ will get a nice Christmas present Kirk this county has been renewed here several days last week and return The Acino brick plant which has been tives ed home Thursday Get into a new suit of clothes will shut down for several weeks on account N Y nnd Mr Thos Hlsgnn of Albany make you feel liko n new man Sulzers of water started up Monday with a full one of the proprietors of tho Four Bros Axle of boys bting your children to force of men Mother They expect to run all Urease was In tho city yosterday tho gust of us let us lit them with new suits Sul- Â¬ winter if the weather is so they can his friend Mr C L Knight zers David Duncan chief compositor on Mr Oeo 0 Sebastain brothor of Mrs A R Jelly cakes fig cakis orange cakes the Breckenriixie News was in the city Fisher of this city who has been very ill for charlotte rnsse and other fancy cakes Sunday awheel Davo is a good wheel- Â¬ sometime at his homo in Now Orleans wo Sulzers man and knows pi and other good are glad to say is improving rapidly Mrs Wm Hall will return from Websle A wagon load of Irish potatoes sold in things when he sees them Hawesville this weok where sho has been all summer his market last week for CO cents per Clarion says she has gained twenty pounds and bushel Say to the pi ople that I She Jo Taul she is but eighteen years old People who drink say that my liquors was giving the magistrates h 1 on roads feels like Miss Gertie Fongerousses who has been are tho very best I say so too M F when that crowd left mo nt tho court- Â¬ visiting at Cannelton for some time and is Pophani There is ono thing good about very pleasantly remembered in this city where house Why bother with making bread when Jo Taul Ho is n strong advocate of sho spent a week was among the passengers on tho East bound trln yesterday returning you can get it hot every day at tho City good roads Bakery Judgo W I Holt was In town yester Â¬ to her homo In Chicago Mrs Lafe flrccn of Falls of Rough while Judge Gregory says things are mighty day Tho Judgo was looking well nnd the guest of Mr ana Mrs Oeo W Short dull in his court Not a caso in tho last says lie is improving in henlth every hero day He leaves in a week to spend tho last week was handsomely entertained by the ten days following ladles i Mrs W II Downier Mrs Miss May Harris who has been quite winter in Florida Ashing and taking Wm Vest Mrs Dr Sultb Mrs 0 W Moom sick with malarial fever was some better things easy an Mrs Edward Oglesby Mrs Robert Moor- Â¬ Rev Burgess camo down from his man acd Miss Minnie Murray yesterday Fall and a big fall in clothing the home in Ohio last Friday stopped over A Prize Essay Contest Interesting ser- Â¬ hest clothing you ever saw for tho money Sunday and preached an We want to know what tho little folks Â¬ mon to a large congregation Mr Bur Sulzers And in gess has a host of friends in this city have to say about our store mill always bo replete with Our stock order to get their opinion wo will make who a e always glad to see him and hear the latest things hi the market Miller him preach Ono to a little girl two nice presents Lightfoot and tho other to a llttlo boy who will Dont commit suicldo on account of writo A cup of hot coITeo and some dough- Â¬ tho best essay on tho subject we blood disease Tho your incurable nuts make n good lunch Try it at tho sensible thing for you to do is td take name Each week wo will print In this of as wo can City Bakery Ayera Sarsaparilla If that falls why space as many tho letters S G Shelly will begin a pro- Â¬ then keep on trying and it will not and keep it up until all aro published Bev tracted meeting at Holts Chapel next fail Tho trouble is peoplo get dis- On January 1st the present will bo mado to the winners Monday night Try try try again couraged too soon OUR OFFER coming the first batch of Thoy are Miss Allleno Murray entertained at To the llttlo girl who will write tho new cloaks came in to day moro to fol- Â¬ tea Thursday evening quite a number of best essay on Why I liko to trade at low Sulzers young ladies in honor of Miss Maud Sulzers wo will make the winner n Lumber staves tan hark and hickory Herndon ono of Brandenburgs charm Â¬ present of a nice dicssed Doll The doll timber aro coming to town pretty freely ing and accompllshtd young ladies Tho 1b a perfect beauty and was tho pick out this good weather house was beautifully decorated with of several hundred It has long curley Wanted Twenty flvo good men to golden rods hair brown eyes and pretty teeth all get out railroad tics Apply to Geo Mr A B Skillman cashier of the dressed out in a regular traveling suit Breckinridge Bank and his daughter To tho little boy who will write tho bett Gootce rettlt Ky the prettiest and Miss Lizzie had mado arrangements to essay on Why do peoplo go to Sulzers Light underwear best lino your eyes ever gazed upon can attend tho Bankers Association which Wo will givo a nico Steam Engine ono convenes at Paducah to day but wero that will whistle blow off steam and run bo seen at Babbagos Ono good yoko of cattle prevented from going on account of small machinery It is a poifect working Fob Sale of his son A B model of a real big englno well broken For particulars apply to tho illness Write only ou ono side of your paper Mr James T Patterson went to Can Dick Addison Ky Addison to attend the funeral of uiako your essay short not to exceed full every shelf now crowded nelton Friday Chock aunt Mrs Margaret Patterson who ovor fifty words with clothhig A large lot received this his SULZERS died on Thursday Mrs Patterson was Address come and see Sulzers week Advertising Department 70 years old was born in Ireland and If you aro hungry want a good lunch came to this country when she was but have Soldled in mind and jou can get six months old Sho leaves three oysters served to suit your tasto daughters all of whom aro grown The ladies of the Presbyterian church Mr W J Adklsson has traded his will give an oyater supper Wednesday farm near Webster for ono In tho Panth Â¬ show Doplotod Blood poor Oct 17 Everybody Invited ulght er creek Hats of Daviess county Ho says nourishment coming crowded stock Christmas it is ono of the finest farming sections In Thoy aro signs of bad clothing must go our great economy that county He will inovo there this clothing sale begins this week Sulzers fall Mr Adklsson is ono of our best Anosmia Twenty one pounds of sugar for a dol and most thrifty fanners and in his re- Â¬ and that under tho Wilson Bill moval Breckenridgu loses a good citizen How does it strlko you Brother Blan Â¬ and a good Democrat ford Mr Gideon Haynes father of Mr Fladgo Carter Webster wants to sell Eugene Haynes and Mrs Henry Davis hla farm It is a good farm well im- Â¬ of this city died at hie home near Ham pBBpjBMtMajajajsManajawajajBMB proved and oan bo bought on reasonauh ed last Monday night of typhoid fever the Cream of Cod liver Oil terms Mr Haynes waa an excellent christian with hypophosphltes en- Â¬ Promptness reliability and low prices gentleman and a good cttlwn and his aro sure to win If thyse features ap Â¬ death la not only ft severe loss to hla riches the blood purifies the family but to the community In wheh peal to you gtva ua a trial Miller skin cures Anaemia builds he lived He waa In hla sixtieth year Lightfoot up the system Physicians the Mr V J Ferry U representlm the world over endorse It School hooka and school supplies Bah Blue lodge of this elty In the Grand bajiea Lodge which la la amnion afr Louisville esej I B asssvTra bm tpoaoj pffOsa i Dr Prices CrMm Bkl Fewder V VimW title week rtatrVanA n Ilia with Darld R Murray one door a bore Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lallignn vital to Cannolton Monday J l llrasLear went toLnultrlllo jrerlerdaj Mr J 1 Hevclrjr wailn Oncmboro Thurs Chan Â¬ hats There Is a great deal of typhoid fever in tho country more than was ever known before Mrs Nanulo Davis of Garlleld fell down stairs ono day last week nnd dis located her arm Mr J Wickerl who buys tho most fruit at your grocery store and peddles them up the road James Skillman from Missouri camo in u few days ago to bo witli his sister Carrie during her illness Reports say Q A Norton of Califor- Â¬ nia is expected homo to spend apart of tho winter Wonder what for Tho Sorghum Mills have started in this vicinity Molasses candy and taffy will bo tho next thing on program Miss Susie Richardson who has been sick Is able to bo over to tho store Her sister Mrs Ditto who was visiting her has returned to her homo at Kkron Geo Knott Isaac Haynes nnd Rob Hoard all three aro tho most pleasant looking mon that come to Garfield now days as they all have a new dish washer nt their homes Prof A Barrow who has been visiting his sister Mrs Norton near this place returned home Friday His niece Miss Mary A Nortop accompanied him as far as Louisville Mr A Sipes has a new buggy and inquires how is tho Louisville road between Garfield nnd RewleyvilloV He wants to try tho speed of his horso Look out Miss Triplett A Noron nnd family have moved Into their new residence near this place Enoch Norton stys all he wants in tho parlor for nn ornament Is n lilly of tho valley from Dry Valley I suppose Strange animal from China or some where else has boon seen I mean heard t mean tracks large as bears llttlo ones in Freedom neighborhood It stands thoboy8 in hand to get homo early Sunday nights for it is curious or most Sister Lizzie Knott died at iter home near Freedom Oct 12th Sho leaves a kind husband and three children and a number of relatives nnd friends to mourn her loss Mrs Knott was a member of tho Cumberland Presbyterian church of Freedom Loved ones and friends weep not for dear Lizzie for her spirit is with Jesus It can well bo said Of her that sho died in tho triumphs of n living faith Â¬ Â¬ Tho Bowleyvillo community moved on in a very quiet way this past week Mrs Piggott visited Bion Jolly her since the new milliner hnsfouu tn brother at her old home for n few days town Devotional meeting of the Epworth Mrs AM Randy is the mlllner at league held in the Baptist church nnd Gurlleld She has a line selection of very good Mr Charlie Dairys children are nhout but Miss Lena is very ill of tho same disease T J Jolly and others go to Louisvillo to attend tho Grand Lodge which opens Tuesday Oct 10 Sunday Oct 11 is ono of tho lovliest days at Bowleyvillo Sunday school well attended and interesting And then Saturday tho Republicans took their turn nnd went to hear what great things Republicanism would do if it just only could Somo enthusiastic Democrats wero down to Hnrdlnsburg last Tuesday to hear Senator Blackburn tell of Democrat- Â¬ ic hopes and victories T J Jolly nnd Charles Blanford at Â¬ tended tho funeral nnd burial services of Mr Martin McGlothlnn at Walnut Grovo Baptist church Wednesday Tho tariff is a wonderfully mixed af- Â¬ fair Wo hardly know whether to buy or sell anything these days so mightily do theso politicians llx it up this way nnd then that way Farmers have been busy sowing wheat most of them nro through Various scenes of ingathering greet our eyes as wo look over tho country sometimes tho sweet one of sorghum making Circumstances conspire to givo Hon Chas Blanford more opportunities to I hear ho did it well nir himself Reports are that ho exceeded anything he had ever done at II Ho is our neighbor nnd good friend nnd wo givo him our best wishes nnd three cheers Jin Eimtoii Jack Frost did come not once or twice but several times in suc cession nnd played havoc with our How ore and vegetables Tho inclancholly days coming on slowly mnko n feeling of sadness cotuo over us for wo realize that nil tho loveliness of autumn will soon pass nway and leave only tho bleak dreariness of winter well Â¬ Irnnk Complou tson fool once more glad tn sco him up again A fine ruin which we aro thankful for as the springs and wells are all gone dry Mr Bob Dell wears n pleasant smile Never Crushes Su 5tf They can iit Men and Boys To a Nicety with FALL WINTER CLOTHING For Active Business For Semi Dress and Evening For School and Play day ALL OCCASIONS ALL SEASONS BEST DUALITIES Qnlr7pc O LLlZitJ O Aro Rieht iu Sight and their goods nro Daylight Goods They can furnish yon anything in tho Furnishing Lino you desire Winter Is Coming Farewell conflicting hopes and fears Whose lights and shmles alternate dwell How bright the unchanging morn appears lucwcll inconstant world farewell Miss Carrie Skillman died nt her uncle Wm K McCoys Oct Oth Dear Carrie we miss her very much Sho was just entering into womanhood ago 10 years but what Is our loss is her gain She was n good girl nnd nil who knew her loved her We believe she has gone to join the angels Peaceful be thy silent slumber leacelul in thy grave so low Thou no more will join our number Thou no more our sorrows know1 Vet ugaln we hope to mcetthec When the day of life is lied And In Heaven with joy to greet thee Where no farewell tears we shed Whenever tho llttlo children tho la dles or tho big men want something to regulate their liver or euro constipation ami billiousness Dr Bells Tiny Tonic Tablets is what thay must have Thoy euro and you never feel it Purely vegetable 25c a vial everywhere For sale Dr by Short A Haynes Cloverport R II McMullin McDaniels j M Meyer A Co Buras Geo Hoyser Constan- Â¬ tino A Taylor Rosette Drury Bennett A Co Bowleyvillo Ky W E Brown Irvlngton Ky Jno PNichols Garfield Ky A 11 Morris Big Spring Ky Â¬ Â¬ Catholic Notes The now St Roso church will bo dedi Â¬ cated next Sunday Oct 21 at 11 a m Tho Bishop of Louisville will porform tho ceremony nnd Rev Wm J Dunn who preached tho cornestone laying sermon will likowlso deliver tho dedica- Â¬ tion sermon In tho afternoon nt 330 tho Sacrament of Confirmation will bo administered to quite a large class Dinner will be served on tho grounds for tho bent fit of tho church fund at 25 cents Our Catholic ftionds wero busy grad Â¬ ing at their church Tho News will givo particulars about dedication in next issuo Louisville Stock Murket Louisville Ky Oct 10 1894 Cattlo Fresh receipts 1150 carried over from last week 220 on salo 2370 Cattle Mar Â¬ ket 1 lower on all grades except Extra Butchers and Fancy Feeders 1200 to 1250 lbs About 300 loft over unsold Hogs Receipts 5317 head market Best Packers dull and 15 to 25c lower Good bold to day 4 03 with fuw at 5c many Common and Medium Hogs un Â¬ sold Pale Faces ovorything Scotts Sheep and Lambs Receipts 1182 head Best Lambs hest fat Sheep at 2 to 2 3 to 3 Common very dull nnd not wanted About all sold Epworth League An Epworth Leaguo was organized last Emulsion Sunday ovoning In tho Elm street Meth Â¬ odist church by tho pastor Prof J II Logan was appointed presdont The first religious service will be held In the church next Sunday evening at fl oclock conducted by Prof Logan Program Song prayer song bible lesson solo reading duet Death of an Honored Citizen In the death of Mr Martin McGloth lan Breckenridge county loses ono of her oldest nnd most honored citizens His death occurred nt his homo in Ir vington on Tuesday October 8 1891 It was not at all unexpected to his friends nnd family for ho had been for several weeks an intenso sufferer from nervous prostration and wo have known that the end must come soon His remains wero interred in tho Ceme tery of tho Walnut Grovo Baptist church of where lie llrst joined tho church thirty llvo years ago lie afterwards moved his membership to Sandy Hill and at the timo of his death was a faithful member of tho Baptist church at Irving ton His funeral was preached from n text selected by himself a long timo ago Rom 8 18 He wns also a member of tho Ancient Order of Masons by which order ho was highly honored and res Â¬ pected as was shown by tho way thoy gathered around his grave and paid their last tribute to his memory Bro McGlothlnn was born in Madison county Ky December 2Gth 1810 Ho moved to Brcckeuridgo county when eleven years of age whero ho has lived n long straight forward conscientious uso Ho was neither lawyer nor ful life statesman but was simply ono of thoso who go to mako up tho bono nnd sinew As a farmer ho was pros Â¬ of n nation perous nnd progressive as a merchant lie was enterprising and successful as a man honest nnd straightforward as a neighbor kiud hearted and generous as n Christian gentleman faithful to tho end Ho was the last ono from a largo family Liko a lonoly oak of of eloven children the forest when all its comrads have fallen and gone ho has stood nlono for a number of years And yet ho was not HAitDiNsnuua ky For ns our own Washington alono Irviug has so beautifully expressed It As tho vino which lias long twined its graceful foliage about the oak and been SEND YOUR- lifted by It Into sunshine will when tho Felt Hats hnrdy plant Is rifted by tho thundorbolt cling round it with its enrnssing tindrlls To ho colored and re shaped to nnd bring up its shattered bows so is it - - - FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS beautifully ordered by Providenco that nnd woman who is the moro dependent 71T West Jefferson Street ornament of man in his happier hours KY LOUISVILLE should bo his stay nnd solace when sinlt ton with sudden calamity winding her solf I nto tho rugged recesses of h Is nntu re tenderly supporting tho drooping head and binding up tho broken heart Thus Is becoming a popular resort tho woman Letltla Atkisson who fifty for peoplo who appreciate ago trained her young self three years iond Drugs and fair against the strength of his manhood had Wo keep many treatment so entwined herself about his life as to llttlo things that you cant becomo his strongest support when tho buy outside of our house storm of coullci and suffering cotno upon Whon in need of n first such as Soaps Perfumes him class Shavo Stylish Hair Tootu Urushcs Fino Station They had ten children born to them Cut Refreshing Shampoo ery otc five of whom have preceded him to the Pleaso givo mo a call Our Stock promised land and II vo aro still living All tho surviving ones wero with him and Childrens Is all fresh and up to dato Ladies We are opening New Goods during his last illness and did all for hair cutting a specialty him that earthly hands and hearts could Shop at tho old stand one door everyday Wo huy them for cash and can alFord to bo I do holow Short it Ilaynos them very low Of course wo miss him Wo miss him from the homo circle wo miss him from A Personal KILIAN GOEBEL Prop tho church circle But with a fooling Invitation la extended to that his sufferings have been exchanged you to come and visit ua in Cloverport Ky for a far more exceeding nnd etornal Come in our new home weight of glory and that theroforo our and sea us whether you Â¬ loss Is his eternal gain wo bow in hum FOB BALI want to huy or not You ble submission to tho will of Him who will always see something Odo hundred and thre aeni of UaJ lying Â¬ does all things well and makes no mis within out half mil of llartllnsburg on lb that will please and Interest W It Cuxlom takes CloTer poll and lUrdlssburg tutnplko and tho you Drop ia ami have a sama land on uhleh tba old fair grounds stood word with us U it U only to Slity aM of this ple Is suiUbU ftr oultt say howdy Tho Â¬ And a nice line Underwear and Overcoats Is awaiting you Dont fail to look through our stock Very Respectfully B F BEARD CO Straw and City Barber Our New Store Shop iO Â¬ ft WANTED FOR SALE A very goed barber ehalr at half price M ITAMMW Callrs HW d 500000 Hickory Spoke OwtRStaro WsMl C QwfinroK m aW la Mobsr ration and about thirl and wall waUrtd It 4 plaeo U andtr Has Is a dttlrabl rotation for a good farm a good bulbllng alto and U alwaji oosymImU to arit Tomi roatoaabU Apply to TON J T Kl fw wh UieEtlM initriKiino The Leading DruggUta KY laHri fcaUte- - J 3 IcfojoW- - r - flsHHIffii sr ntmmmmHmmmmmmmmmmMmmmumMmmmmmmKmmtmam m0immmtitt wnwwpwwJ m i wwwfTfSWBmW m MMMiM Sr m ffcjatirtBwtet r urir ii If nmmiWMmiHftilMa T -- Stnklhv of the Jtektirrfe fj 11 a Marvelous Showing The U S Government through the AgriÂ¬ cultural Department has been investigating the baking powders for the purpose of inform- Â¬ ing the public which was the purest most economical and wholesome -- 1 1 1 1 1 The published report shows the Royal Baking Powder to be a pure healthful preparation absolutely free from alum or any adulterant and that it is greatly stronger in leavening power than any other baking powder Consumers should not let this valuable mation official and unprejudiced go unheeded 3 ROYAL BAKINQ 1 1 The steamer E0 Itagnn otie ol tlib Lolilsvlllonml Evnnsvillu tuall bIiiiiiicih muk In 7 feet of Mater In Clicimlills reach 8 miles alwve ftejlienftport Ky nml I5 miles below lotilsvillu on lust Thursday night at 730 p in She had been taking on hay and was endeavoring to gi t in the channel again when Bhe struck n log tearing away a ortiou of her hull and in a few minutes the wad r covered thu niniii deck She now lajs in a bad condition Pilot Joe Fisher was at the wheel at the time of the accident The cargo of freight was light and damaged slight Tluro were 13 ladies and three gentlemen on board They were taken to Slephensport on tho Hart and from thero came to Louisville ac companied by thu postal clerk of the boat The Ragon had btcn repaired for the fall trade which makes tho loss to company greater She was named for Sir E G Ragon tho wholesale grocer of Evansville Ind Mits G B Shaw Â¬ liM hi hi 1 K II Kll NK SPECIAL OFFER The 8Ucec8s of the Klittropoleo hi cur- Â¬ ing disease of almost every form and many patients nppnrently beyond recov Â¬ ery has caused a wide and growing deÂ¬ mand fo- - thu llttli doctor Tumors absccwep scrofula riincrr paralytls chronic and acute rheumatism and neu Â¬ ralgia many cases of female trouble some cases of total and partial blindness and deafness Bright disease kidney and bladder ailments have been cured in such a short while as to border on tho miraculous The treatment is simple and efltctlve Wrlto for terms of rental and sale and special reasons why you Bhould get one this month also letters from well known ptople testifying to its curative merit Editorial from Central Methodist Cat lettsburg Ky Rev Meek Editor Unless ten thousand men mainly pro- Â¬ fessional men lawyers doctors editorf preachers and all classes ln6Iudlng the writir yery much mistaken tho Electro poise effects cures givis relief where all other remedies have failed especially is it efficacious in delicate feeble women Rev Geo II Means Covington Ky In one nights time tho Klectropolse rcleived me of brain congestion and ver- Â¬ tigo My wife was relieved of a severe attack of neuralgia in one hour Rev John I Rogeis Danville Ky A kinswoman of inino who was appar Â¬ ently rapidly sinking into the grave suf- Â¬ fering with sciatic rhenmatism and in ex Â¬ treme pain day and night in n very short time obtained freedom from all pain walks withoufecrutch or cane and de Â¬ clares that she is well It is a mystery to me almost a miracle Rev W F Wyatt Morning View Ky I began to improve from the first ap-Â¬ plication of tho wonder working gem my general health is better than it has been in years I believe it to bo a God given remedy Address DuBois Webb 500 Fourth Avenue Louisvlle Ky ftSTSend for circulars free SENT FREE To any express office in Kentucky or Indiana On MAIL ORDERS to tho amount of 5 or more for CLOTHING SHOES HATS or FURNISHINGS we pay tho express thus DELIV- Â¬ ERING tho goods without charge to our friends in tho country just as wo do in the city AND if tho goods are not entirely satisfactory well tako them back and refund you the AND if youd like to SEE money our goods before you buy just writo and SAY SO and well inform you how to get them C O D subject to examination Try THE MAMMOTH on a mail order Writo for our Fall and Winter CATALOGUE youll find lots of good things in it I 4T f T t People of sedentary habits who are subject to constipation can regulate their bowels by tho use of Ayers Pills Retired from Practice infor- Â¬ Dr A Msliop one of Ithacas most popular and successful physicians has retired from practice after a long and successful career Dr Bishop contem- Â¬ mmmmsmmmmmmmmMMSMm Breckenridge EKRON Miss Malissa Archer Is visiting in Lou Â¬ isville tliis week Mrs J D Roberts went to Brnnden POWDER CO 106 WALL ST NEW YORK News 17 1894 GUSTON Mrs Rhoda Anderson was the guest ol Mrs Blanche Smith Saturday afternoon WEDNESDAY OCTOBER Jesse Stith ot Vine Grove Ky was in town Saturday calling on relatives and friends E R Protheroe of Irvington was the guest of Miss Helen Pollock Sunday evening A J Thompson who has been attend Â¬ ing court at Brandenburgreturned homo Friday Pierce Hardaway of Bewleyville was the guest of Miss Clara Adkisson Sunday afternoon Mrs L I Parrott and children and Mrs L V Adkisson were guests of Mrs Kate Childs Sunday Jus W Richardsonof Louisville carno down Friday night to remain over Sun Â¬ day with his family rs Rachel Williams and daughter Mrs Enfield Shacklett of Big Spring were in town Saturday Mrs U Kagan and son Edwin of Frankfort Ky wero guests of Mrs Sue I Inula way Sunday afternoon Messrs Hugh Hardaway and Krskin Mini ford were the guests of Misses Alice Parrott and Bettio Cain Sunday after- Â¬ noon Logan Stith of Louisville who has been visiting the families of Henry Cain and Mrs L W Adkisson returned home bun Wednesday J T Jones went to Louisville Wednes Â¬ day on business J T Massey returned from Owensboro Wednesday where lie lias been attend ing the fair Mrs Liza Botts of Valley Creek Hardin county the guest of Mrs Tom Roberts last week Gabe Meador of Big Spring went to Louisville Thursday night Miss Annie L Dougherty returned from Owensboro Friday evening where she had been visiting her sister T E Crawford formerly with Zin Bineister Bro of New Albany Ind but now with an Owensboro grocery house was in town Friday John R Lamkln whom wo reported as sick with typhoid fever last week died Oct 0th lie leaves a wife and two small children who will sadly miss the kind and loving companion and father Bro Lamkin was a member of Salem Baptist church He having joined that church about one year ago at a meeting held by Rev A N Whitinghill His many friends sympathize with his wid dow and children in their sad bereave meiit Â¬ Saturday plates spending the winter South and later visiting across the water Ho has well earned a long period of ease and his IiobIs of friends here will wish him full enjojinentof It His successor Dr Miss ClarkBon who has been visiting Beaman has been here long enough to tier cousin Miss Jennie Cox of the Bew- Â¬ become fully established in tho confi leyville neighborhood returned to her dence and good will of tho community Ithaca Journal N Y homo in Louisville Thursday Misses Mary Paul and Ida Shumate were in town Thursday morning inquir Â¬ E W Bagby a prominent lawyer o ing for that mail which makes its weekly Puducah Ky says that Dr Bells Pine appearance from down the road Tar Honey cured his children of whoop-Â¬ We hear that Miss Helen Pollock is ing cough when all things clso failed giving dancing lessons and that several Its a new remedy for all cougis For pupils are being instructed in the mys- Â¬ sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr teries of the light fantastic toe R II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer Miss Anna Knott who has been suf- Â¬ Co Buras Geo Heyser Constan fering from concussion of the brain tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett superinduced by a fall from her horse a Co Bewl6yville Ky W E Brown week ago is much better at this writing Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Miss Clara Adkisson has returned from Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky Louisville with a full line of millinery goods and has on display a number of Shot Through the Heart and Will Re- Â¬ pretty and stylish hats at reasonable cover prices Call and examine her stock Allen Stith the young teacher at Montoomekv Aia Oct 0 The Mo- Â¬ Ilaysvillo was in town Saturday after- Â¬ bile physicians have encountered a reÂ¬ noon shaking hands with his many markable case Two weeks ago Will friends Allen who is a clever boy is Young a vigorous youth while working always a welcome visitor in our midst in his field was shot by an assassin A party consisting of Misses Eva Car The bullet went entirely through his rigan Alice liarrott Bettie Cain and body and penetrated the apex of hit Clara Adkisson and Messrs Krskin Mun heait yet ho is still alive The entire fordandllugh Hardaway attended ser- Â¬ medical fraternity agree that the ball vices at the Baptist church at Irvington penetrated the heartbut to make tho as Sunday morning surance doubly sure prepared accurate draw ings and measurements of tho points Between disease and the many cheap of entrance and exit of tho bullet to Â¬ preparations which are palmed ofT under gether with a diagnosis of the symptoms the name of blood puriflere take your and sent them to Dr Keene of Phila Â¬ chances with disease until you can pro delphia He and other leading experts cure Ayers Sarsaparilla the only relia- Â¬ there examined into the case and proble blood purifier Sold by all druggists nounced it the only one on record of its and dealers in medicine sort It is believed Young will recoverÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - MAMMOTH SHOE KLEINIIANS CLOTHING CO 424 to 434 West Market LOUISVILLE KY SIMONSON Detectives Needed Here Superintendeit Chas Ainge of tho Â¬ National Detective Bureau Indianapolis Ind announces that two or three capa ble and trustworthy men are needed in this county toactns private detectives under his instructions Experience in tho work is not necessary lo success He edits a large criminal paper and will send it with full particulars which will explain how you may enter tho profesÂ¬ sion by addressing him at Indianapolis Ind W L Douglas Agents Wanted QS WNvbllOBQUtA CUnlr IB THE BEST FRCNCH 5 CORDOVAN ENAMEUD CALT SOLICITING FOR 435onNECAlfIAMSAR0a 35PP0LICE3 Soles Lovings Protective AND 2I7LADIES 5BoysSchooiShoes 2b1stpSongol4 i jbtms BROCKTON AIA33 I ou can aTC tnonry by piircbaslug Domini felinemanufacture of Because we are the largest advertised shoes in the world and guarantee the value by stamping the name and price on high you the bottom which protects profits against shoes Our prices and the middlemans equal custom work in style easy fitting and wearing qualities We have them sold every where at lower prices for the value given than any other make Take no substitute If your dealer cannot supply you we can Sold by WLDOUCLAS SEND FOR CATALOGUE Collection Agency THIS IS NO HUMBUG Bucklens Arnica Salve Tho Best Salve in the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers SaltRheumFever Sores TettcrChapped HandsChlblaIns Corns and all Skin Eruptions and pos itively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satis S faction or money refunded Price 25 C cents per box For sale by A R Fisher -- BIG PAY TO THE RIGHT L M SULZER Cloverport Ky CO McGLOTHLAN Union Star Ky Headquarters BOWLING GREEN KY IF A YOU WANT To buy first class Goods at surprisingly low prices If you want W H Bowmer Sons Unapproachable Bargains THE GREAT MOTIVE POWER THAT MOVES THE UUP sFlirpOSS j To sell the Best at the Lowest Prices ny Olir AiHl f A 1 To please To serve conscientiously and honestly J TO KEEP v1 UUP sVOSirO V Ul Up with this progressive agefaiul by buying for cash save worry and trouble about long accounts Get 4ilii Ul UAUI1 U To merit public approval Little Money And come to our bouse The dealers who give you a tion for cash reducÂ¬ Trading Masses Â¬ Â¬ W II Bowmer Son BUY OF W H Bowmer Son Jjlaek Tjress Qoods An unrivaled display The beautiful in fabric and the useful in wear all shown by us Wm lESC IBoTX7 mer Sz Sort- - facturers with large lots on hand Anxious to realize something for them they have held them for the past week Forced to sell hun- The doubting ones can be convinced We dreds of pieces of fine Dress Goods and Silcs have been ruthlessly are the Shoe people of Cloverport slaughtered Our buyer has just returned from the East where he true merit of our Shoes are in the secured a big lot of these goods at the reduced prices It is our inwear We sell no shoddy ones- tention to give our customers the advantage he secured over all other We carry the largest and competitors by buying late with the tariff off We are not talking best assorted stock in or blowing If you come to our store we will convince you by the the city prices and the goods that we can substantiate what we say Bar- Â¬ gains the order of the day E3L Bo Ss Son The reduction in tariff caught a great manv imnorters and manu SHQE TALK- - Te W wmer Our Stock is Matchless inQuality In Variety In Newness In Cheapness -- -- o - a Hf Avoid the High Priced Man he taketh your gold r xv Bargains by the Thousand FLANNELS H 7 We are the Friends of the Trading Public s PEOPLE UNDERWEAR ETC sr H DOMESTICS CLOTHING BOWMBR CLOAKS Bargains Without End WRAPS LINENS 01V