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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ktfk Wfcr- MwiMwMSW-Aol-- j w - 4a v r ravfrr iyfflflwwy IBHWWBWBWIWWWWWIWWWWWWWiPiiW ii mwwwpwimjliniliwiiijiininjiiuw--i i - - V M ft t u jijppmpi - mprinp H VOL XIX MONEY J H A NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 24 1894 NO 14 the Democratic Sugar Truct recently dis Â¬ charged let him tell it to the railroad employes working at reduced wages nnd on short time let him tell it to tho fac tory employes hollow eyed and sunken cheeked girls and children working for n hare subslshmce let him tell It to victims of sweaters dens in the great cities who work from 12 to 11 hours n day nt star vation wages Let him tell it to the huudreds of thousands of unemployed tramping tlio highways and thronging the cities seeking employment They would bo glad to hear tho news of the raiso in their wages But let him not tell it to tho intelligent readers of tho News they know better I desire to note only ono or two para Â¬ graphs of R P Ss article I shall let him debate witli himself In ono paragraph he says Any artlclo in any form whatever that does tlio money work is money let it bo gold silver paper leather or bark witli or without the government stamp In another paragraph ho says I do not know what J II A means by intrinsic value but it can bo established that an article to be good money under all circumstances and conditions must have a commercial valuo R P S certainly will not contend that paper or bark possess a cemmercial valuo without the govcrnmenlsstamp It P S says my statement that tho valuo of money is determined by tho law of supply and demand Is true of fiat money or money that depends upon the stamp of the government for its value 1 Icre is an admission that wo have money which depends upon the government stamp for its value This being true where is tho necessity of any article pos Â¬ sessing a commercial valuo in order to bo good money under any circum- Â¬ stances or conditions Let R P S tako his silver dollar lay it on an anvil and strike it a blow with a hammer and his dollar has dissappcarod has gone up the flame has gono glim Â¬ mering just whero tho Democratic majority will go on Nov 0 when tho pcoplo get a chance at it But tiio commercial value remains and if the value of tho dollnr depends on its com mercial value why would it not still bo Mr R P S worth ono hundred cents is my friend I hope he will study econ Â¬ omic science in earnest He is honest and will be with us I believe J II A Â¬ Â¬ Comes Back At R C P Bush and P S And Asks Their of the Prayorful Populists Declaration of Consideration Principles i u Thoy Road and Sound Mighty Nico on Paper But Will Thoy Work Out FOR YOURSELF READ AND JUDGE Paducmi Ky Out 15 1894 Editor News I am glad to boo in tlio last issue of your paper that my invitation to some good Democratic render or renders of the 2kvs to take issue with mo and re Â¬ ply to my nrliclo on money published in the issucof Sept 111 hy two gentlemen onOot Louisville the other of Ilurdics burg Ky I shall uttempt n reply to both if space will permit and lint my answtr maybe clear intelligible and convincing I shall bo obliged to quote quite frequently from their articles First Mr Btuli assumes that we favor nn unlimittd issue of money This as- Â¬ sumption Is not true I refer him to our declaration of principles ndopttd at Omaha July I 02 which I recommend him to study prayerfully Mr Bush says The legal tender greenback sent gold to a premium This statement is an error Tlio exception clause on the back of tlio creenback sent gold to a premium and this exception clause only The demand notes issued by the secretary of the treasury under tlio authoiity of tlio ait of Congress of July 17 and Augusts 1801 had no exception clause on them and though the banks decried them aftir the secretary ordered them to bo recieved in payment of customs dues they always stood at par with gold and sometimes at a premium over gold The demand notes wero declared n full legal tender by the act of February II 1802 while the greenbacks still retained the fatal exception clause Mr Bush says It is true this inflation made high prices but they wero unsta- Â¬ ble They benefitted no ono but the speculator Let us see In 1672 wheat was woith 147 and cotton about 20 cents Then it would rt quire 08 bushels of wheat or 500 pounds of cotton to buy 100 With the 100 in hnnd the- farmer could pay taxes 4000 My 10 00 For 200 pounds of flour 100 14 00 meat 20 00 suit of clothes COO Drcssforwifo 10 00 Casli for Eiindrits Total 10000 p How is it now 27 20 03 bushels of wheat 40 cents 30 00 0 600 pounds of cotton A sum not suillcient to pay tiftces which are just as high now if not higher Now double the quantity of wheat and cotton for 1894 and look at the result 130 bushels of wheat 54 40 40 cents CO 00 1000 pounds of cotton 0 With which ho pays taxes 40 00 Buys 200 pounds of flour 5 00 cheaper now Bujs 100 pounds of meat 10 00 cheaper now 55 00 - i t-- Nothing left for suit of clothes dress If for wife or sundries for children there should be debts for the farmer to pay now tlio showing would bo much worse It is true that with the higher prices of 1872 tho farmer could pay his taxes with less than half tho products of his labor that is now required It is true that he had a larger surplus left to ex- Â¬ change with ills brother laborer of tho shop and tho factory for tho needed com- Â¬ forts and necessities of life but then Mr Btidh tolls him that tho prices of 1871 unstable and did not benefit wero him Wheat at 1150 per bushel and cotton at 20 cents per pound aro unstable and do not benefit tho farmer while 40 cent wheat and 0 cent cotton are t table and make tho farmer smile all over und Brother farm Â¬ fairly revel in luxuries ers shall wo always listen to our lawyer Democratic politicians and gold bug sophists Ilelpod no ono but lie speculator Whom does Mr Bush mean by the Does lie mean tho banker speculator who had suspended specie payments and could in 1804 sell 100000 in coin to tho importer for 1285000 in greenbacks and with this sum immediately buy 285000 non taxable worth of United State iuterest bearing bonds and get at onco in advance interest payments on these bonds to the amount of 17000 to bo wUnmeJiately invested In more bonds I agree with Mr Bush thut the banker had a pretty rich thing made out of tho exception clause on the greenback Mr Bush says my statement that all money ia ilnt money is emphatically untrue The time was when the statement of a proposition by the politicians was ac Â¬ cepted by the people pf their respective political parties without qumtlon ae a goapel truth but that time baa pawed A gold standard advocate will now have to give something more than bl Vara assertion in order to bo believed I re Â¬ I will peal All money is lint money give 100 to look at n piece of money for ono moment that is not lint motley That whirli is not n legal tender is not money The legnl tender function is conlered by hiw When the legal tender function is made full and complete for till debts nml dues public and private we have n per Â¬ o fect money Checks notes drnlts serve ns a medium of exchange hut they are not money I mean by flat n decreo Shells skins of the law a let it bedone and wampum have been used ns money nnd a medium of exchange both by civ-Â¬ ilized people and savage tribes but in every instance the money function was confered by tho let it bo dono of the pcoplo or tho tribo in their collective capacity God no mora makes money than lie makes lawyers or politicians Individuals do not ronko money cannot make mouey Let Mr Bush attempt tho circulation of somo of his own manufacture nnd ho will view the subject Judge TifÂ¬ from a different standpoint fanys work on Government nnd con stitutionnl Law is authority nnd is recognized by every jurist in the country I quote from this work chapter 12 Tower of Congress to coin money Tho net of coining money pngo 221 consists in alllxing to that which is to constitute money tho tamp or senl of sovereign authority by which it may be known and recognized in tho market ns being authoritatively entitled to be re- Â¬ ceived nt the price or value stamped thereon The authority which coins or stnmps itself upon the nrticlu can select what substance it may deem suitable to receive tho stamp and pass ns money and it can uflix what value it deems proper independent of the intrinsic valuo of the substance upou which it isaflixed Tlio currency value is in tlicstamp whin used as money and not in tlio metal or material independent of tlio htnmp Again Thus Government may put its royal or sovereign Btamp upon paper affixing its money value nnd if it limit tho quantity and fully provide against the counterfeiting of it it will have the 8amo curreuey valuo as gold or silver or But It 1 S any other substance says Money to be good inust havo a Mr Bush says commercial value Money must have intrinsic value Perhaps these gentlemen aro better authority thnnJudgo Tiffany My friend R P S says he doesnt know what is meant by intrinsic value Let him ask Mr Bush he knows Tho Supreme Court of Iowa Iowa Ite porU vol 10 pago 240 says In busi Â¬ ness transactions gold is not a commod- Â¬ ity but money nothing more nothing lees This gold had and has a statutory value the parties dealt with it ns so many dollars and not as a commodity having a specified or fixed intrinsic value legally ench dollnr passed for ono hundred cento and legally it had no Tho Supremo court of other value tho United States Wallacos Reports vol 12 page 54S says Tho Constitution docs not ordain what metals may bo coined Nor does it prescribe that tho legal value shall correspond at all with tho intrinsic valuo in tho market No one ever doubted that a debt of ono thousand dollars contracted before 1834 could bo paid by ono hundred eagles 1000 coined after that year though they contained no more gold than ninety four eagles 940 such as wero coined when tho contract was made nnd this not becauso of tlio intrinsic valuoof tho coin butbecau80 of its legal value But Mr Bush bays that the Govern- Â¬ ment stamp adds nothing lo the value of tho coin lie knows better He knows that in the case cited nbpvo the Government stamp added sixty dollars of valuo to tho same quantity of gold bullion Ho is upholding a bad cause and ho knows it Perhaps Mr BubIi is better authority on money than the United States Supremo court tlio court holding that nil money is law mndo moneywhile Mr Bush holds tho contrary doctrine I cannot give the demonstration of tho currencys contraction in this article but will do it in a futuro nrticlo Mr Bush says tho panic resulted from an effort to put In practice the cheap money theories advocated by tho Populists This is not true Tho Populists dont ndvocato the purchasing of silver bullion and the issuanco of treasury notes therefor with a gold redemption privil- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ploycs of tho American Sugar Trust FAITH It is Not a Sin to Doubt Bad But It is a Statoto Romain In Long at a Timo You Had Bottor Got Out of It And Beliovo in Somothing And Know Why You Bolievo It A Ufo Without Faith Is a Faithloss Life If Not a Desporato Ono POSSESS YOURSELF OF THE TRUTH Kxcrpt hanJs Ihe print ol the nails ami put my finger Into the print of the nails ami thrust my hand Into his side I will not believe John xx 35 I shnll see In his Purify your blood tone up the system and regulnto the digestive organs by Ink Â¬ ing Hoods Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists Mrs Woosley An Ordained Minister A recent issue of tho Louisvillo urnal referred to Mrs LM Woos- Â¬ ley ns not a Presbyterinn minister In n enrd of correction subsequently published in tho same paper Rev J D Mrs Harned of Nolin Presbyterysays Woosley is a minister of tho gospel in tlio Cumberland Presbyterian Church She was licensed to preach by Nolin Presbytery in 1888 and ordained in 1889 tho presbytery being tlio only court in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church to judge llccnso and ordain a minister The tald presbytery has paid contingent tax on her to Kentucky Synod and the General Assembly for four years and her name appears on tlio roll of tho General Assembly for four years as an ordained minister nnd she officiating as such re Â¬ ported moro baptisms than any other minister in tho Cumberland Presbyterian Chinch and moro than all the balance of Nolin Presbytery In tlio Cumberland Presbyterian Church no one has a right lo administe r baptism except nn ordained minister Tho last Kentucky Synod did instruct Nolin Presbytery to retire her name as an ordained minister Nolin Presbytery in Bession August 24 1894 believing such instructions to be illegal voted unanimously not to retire tho namo Cum Â¬ of Mrs Woosley from its roll berland Presbyterian Courier-Jo- I would rather trust that medicino than any doctor I know of Says Mrs Hattio Mason of Chilton Carter Co Mo in speaking of Chnmberlnlns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by A It Fislior CJovefport Ky Board Hnrdlnsburg and Kincheloo Ky Fnblio Speaking ege The Democratic candidates of Breck Mr Busli should read tho Omaha plat Â¬ jnridgo county will speak at tho follow- Â¬ form It eays what it means and means ing times and places viz Garfield Tuesday October 23 what It eays and Bpeaks in plain lan- Â¬ Bewloyvlllo Wednesday October 24 guage It does nit equivocate iiko tlio Big Spring Thursday October 25 Democratic and Republican platforms Hudsonvllle Friday October 20 Mr Bush says that in recent years Custer Saturday Octobor 27 wages of labor Imvo materially Increased Westvlew Tuesday October 30 Let him toll that to all over tho world McDaniels Wednesday October 31 tho striking weavers In Massachusetts Rock Vulo Thursday November 1 who are now on strike against a reduction Mattlngly Friday November 2 of wage let him tell It to tho 5000 em- Cloverport Saturday November 3 The Republicans and Third party can Â¬ THSr CANT EXOAPE The liver when ucllve U the didates for county olllces are respectfully watch dog of the sytfn the Invited to attend and participate in tho destroyer of jrerms nnd knpuri Monauch O D O O J debates tlei The truth Ui iihicly iilne out of every hundred ilicnses begin with a shigglOi liver A Wants To Find Her Daughter slight cold or chili may amount Mrs Melissa Wilson of Pellvllle just to somethlnir srilou If you correct the liver voull cure tho above Owensboro in the adjoining coun- Â¬ cold Dr Pierces Pleaaut Pel ty of Hancock writes the Messenger lets rouse the liver to vigor Â¬ She is anxious quite a plaintive letter ous action After dinner If youre bIllou taku ono to learn the whereabouts of her daugh Â¬ of Ihwo tiny ruirar coated ter Sarah J Wilson whom she describes Pellet Take them when as a conn ly good looking fihl who left you have wind or puln In her home and family about four yean stonuveh giddiness full new low of Appetite or ago When last heard pf the girl was at when you suffer from oos Mrs Wilson Is in great Haweevllle tiveneM Indirection tick distress and Is very anxious to hear or bilious headaches something of her daughters where Â¬ Themakeii take the ritk of their btK rUlng you It abouts Owensboro Messenger theyre not satufaetory your money k refunded Caa you Uk morel Dr W Prices Cream Baking Pewrfsr Pair High In nil WhUi M4tJ uti DteJoaM Wo can hardly blamo Thomas for his incredulity By mental constitution and temperament ho found it impossible to believe on tlio mere hearsay of any liv- Â¬ ing person that tho Lord had risen from the dead Tho statement of his com- Â¬ rades that they had seen Jisus was so startling and so obstinately contradicted by all his own experiences that ho could not tnko even their word but insisted that ho must see with his own eyes and feel witli his own fingers tho wounds which had caused death But after ho was convinced lie beenmo ono of tho sturdiest defenders of the new religionand preached with an cloqtwnco and energy which persuaded tens of thousands To doubt is not a crimo It is ouo stage in the evolution of tho spiritual nature The man who denies what all tlio rest of tho wotld believes is notto bo scorned but patiently helped out of tlio network which entangles his feet We are inclined to think that the strongest faith is always preceded by n season of doubt It does no harm to throw aside nil tho doctrines which you nccepted without n question in your childhood provided your doubt leads you to n enreful examination of tho foun- Â¬ dation of things nnd remits in the construction of n new faith which shall furnish tlio moral nnd spiritual volley of tf your life If you cross tho bog of doubt in your search for the upland of Jnjih you will havo no reason to regrrjafolio despair which tho damp mnlnrhvk mists engen Â¬ dered but if you Unit no way out of tho bog and must breathe its tainted atmos Â¬ phere all your dnjs you nro grcntly to bo pitied And for this renson namely that human nature is so constituted that faith in certain fundamental facts is necessary to n lifo that shall bo satis- Â¬ factory to yourself and useful to others Supposo we tako n very simple illustration You wero brought up to believe in tho long and complicated creed of tho Church Up to a given period of your lifo you noyer dreamed of questioning any part of it simply becauso you never seriously examined it You absorbed n scoro of dogmas with your mothors milk They wero a pait of your childish environment tho foundation of your fathers muscular integrity and of his domestic discipline You received them as a matter of course and to deny ono of them would havo seemed littlo short of n crimo But the hour arrived when you began to think for yourself and with some Â¬ thing like horror and dismay perhaps you found that your mind wascompolled to withhold its assent That is a very critical period in a mans lifo a fateful period on which a great deal depends You give up one dogma after another always with reluctance and sometimes with n sense of guilt After nwhllo you discover that you have surrendered near- Â¬ ly everything and that very littlo is left You aro too honest to bo reticent how- Â¬ ever nnd too bravo to deny your doubts So far you have nothing todread You nro passing through an unhappy exper Â¬ ience and you will probably havo many sleepless nights It is not pleasant to be out of accord with the opinions which prevail among your fellows but it is a very gracious privilege to feel that you aro in entire accord with your own best judgment and that tho narrow space on which you do stand is not bog but solid ground If you remain amid your doubts tho chances aro that your life will bo serious- Â¬ ly Impaired and possibly wrecked for when a man believes in nothing ho bo- comes demoralized and all his high motives aro likely to be dissipated A life without faith Is apt to bo a faithless lifo if not a desperate ono It Is vastly needful therefore that you uo sooner get through with tho work ol destruction than you begin to build on new cornerstones for every man must haye a shelter of some kind To livo out of doors Is to degenerate into an animal Set about your task then with energy and daring The world cannot be ono vast conglomerate of negations tliero must be truth somewhere nnd it Is your business to possess yourself of it The same Intellect which can tear down what others havo nared can also rear something which will satisfy the long- Â¬ ings and cravings of your spiritual na- Â¬ ture and that It is your solemn duty to do A great many people are compelled to rtjecta certain proportion of the doc tiinestaujfitby tho church and when Â¬ they find Hint they cant bellevo every Â¬ thing thoy rush Impetuously to tho other extreme and refuse to believe anything That Is a fntal mistake destructive of your own best interests If you cant have just what you want to eat you nro not very reasonable In concluding to starve yourself Id death If one Church falls you goto another and it they nil fall you then formulate your own creed and govern your llo by it Surely you can dud truth enough some where to givo you noble ideas of duty for this present tlmennd n hopo of some Â¬ thing better hereafter If you throw everything else nsldo nnd believe simply in the Providence- of God in the necessi- Â¬ ty of supporting tho just nnd right as Jesus did nnd in n life beyond tho grave and then shapo your character according to thoso convictions you will bo blessed by your brother men and certainly not unwclconio when you go to heaven Entertain your doubts with n gracious hospitality but regard them only ns guests who hnvc como to pny a short visit nnd will then depart They have n mission to perform becauso they will THE force you to examine tlio grnvo problems of life As a golden stairway up which you climb to higher tilings they servo n grand purpose but if you mako them your close friends thoy will certainly leave- you in tlio lurch in the pinch of circumstance A man must have faith in himself and Why in Bomo power nnd authority outsido of himself Ho is not nt his best until ho both believes something and knows why ho believes it N Y Herald Â¬ - IVORY GREGORY WHARFMASTERS Yollow Pino Flooring Shingles Laths Cement Solo Aecntsfor CO and Coiling Lime KENTUCKY CLOVERPORT Also Wholesale and ItcUll Dealers In 60AP t PnOOTEfl Hair Doors Brick Blinds Sash and and all kinds of Building Material Homostoatl ailed Fortillzoro and Troy Bono Meal Orders accompanied with the cash promptly BANK OF HAEDIUSBUHG Floats QW RM a QAMDIE Capital Stock 125 000 Surplus 7 600 F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vice President M II BEARD Cashier B BEST FOR SHIRTS CC C1NT1 BEARD 1 MORRIS ESKRIDOK - -- Dire tor JOLLY J INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS I ts going Hand in Hand TOPIC OF THE DAY are we doing such a Big Business Public Sale For two months I offer for snlo on twelvo months time nil my fnrming im plements nnd stock Cattle 15 head hogs JO head horses S iiead good ones of all kinds A bid of 300 is reserved on Ben Ilerr All kinds of tools used in Farm on reasonable modern farming terms and price Going to Correspondence solicited quit fanning it liurtH my feelings J F CARTKK Webster Ky Â¬ ASK FOR PRICES SEE OUR VARIETY Then you need no further explanation QTJ OaJL1I03iTS Boots and Shoes Mens Onod Hoots Iull Stock llrogans Fine Shoes Ladles unllncil Shoes lined Shoes fine One lot Ladles Sample Shoes worth Jj 5010 Jj 50 for Custom made lliall hoots and shots it a lllf i latten Leather Clonks Ladles Jackets Cloaks 150 u 15 One Lot Ladles line Capes and Cloaks very cocao Dress Goods Sacqulni Flannel worth k lor ij French Cilnnhai worth 20 lor Vilncli Wonted worth 40 for ooils latest A large variety of Novelty Dress styles 5 llarilii Clothing Spiciil sale Mens tufts for In iS at 51 AF As Low ACT 0S Mens Overcoats Mens Wool Overcoats Hoys Overcoats 350 4yS 1 Blankets Doulile ircy lllankels former price u j pi Strictly all Wool lllankels former prkc 5 00 j 50 I 50 now 1 a 50 jo yi now 3 98 NEYER In tho history of this genera Â¬ tion havo Dry Goods Cloth- Â¬ ing Boots Shoes and Hats been A large stock of Mens Fine Tailor Made Suits yS J UUANDEN11U15G KY WE ARE AFTER as The DEATH SMmng - teteis - They are Now It is Also a Fact that tlio Farmer never got ns littlo for what ho sells or tho Laboring Man ns littlo for Wo nro in ns his work good condition to show you tlint you can get And wo expect to get thorn by giving valuo for them Como and Wo ilout want em on any other terms bco us and youll And us on the DICKER Wo wont bo bluffed out of tho business game Wo now havo ready a fluo stock of FALL and WINTER GOODS And they aro all marked with tho tariff off which is a big deduction from former prices Como and eizo tlicin up ami youll seo wovo A Great Many Fixed to Catch Trade A fair deal to No fakemonts or shenanigan with us all is our motto Wo havent timo to quoto prices but understand us wo will not bo undersold Goods for Little Money M MEYER J M CO BURAS KY IIARPEK DANIEL BROOKS As any houso in this country We waited beforo J 0 buying our Btock until tho new tariff law wont into effect Wo urgently ask every bodygKj to bco our stock and get our S y prices beforo buyiug BOURNE BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO JS3 Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON JACOB MEYER BIG SPRING KY STOCK YARDS LOUISVILl F KY vTWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENTBOWLING GREEN - BEATS 6EATS NEATS Business College BOWLING GREEN ESTABLISHED BUSINESS COLLEGE m I SOUTHERN oraal IN 10TB School SCHOOL any time Ugr English Sclent Ac ana CUuIc Teachers ThOKreitllusInfuTralnlngSclioololtlieSouthl Music Art and Elocution ErwrWw nook Keepln Short hand Telegraphy Typo I Courses Send lor Writing- - and Penmanship TupUs can enter at for Low rate of board and tuition Send lor catalogue I catalogue SOUTHERN NORMAL SARSAPARILLA BEST BLOOD Uentloa Oourto uslrod Address CHERRY BROS Proprs Bowline OnaKr PURIFIER IN Tim WORLD Compounded of nature great Â¬ est curative herbs Successful for 20 year In the curb of all disease Ask arising from impure blood and tako no other for Neat Keats SAxsaparilU Is for sale A ft FISHER toy Druwlit Cioverpart Ky Wrw w THE BRRGKKNRIDGEl NRWS GLOYHRPORT Breckenridge Joe D V KY News l 0 Babtage Editors and rroprletra WEDNESDAY OCTOIJEIt lSJI Bnbicrlptlon Files SI 00 a Year la Adfance If Paid at the End of ttm Year 125 you could hear some low mutferlngs out in tho crowd to the ellcct that times got I suppose them no belter fast anyhow fellows were Republicans At any rate that scorns to bo tho trouble that tho limes were hard and tho Democrats wcro responsible for it all McDcrmot will win I suppose but by no big odds Lew import Hardinsburg Hnwesvllle and Irvlngton were out to celebrate tho SIX PAGES HARDINSBURG L II W Dropping into tho American National Hank a few moments I had a conversa tion with Its President Mr Logan C Murray lie said he was plejsed lo get back to Kentucky and that his new bank was starting oil under most favorable Â¬ TIME TABLE 001X0 WEST Panenger Daily arr IlardlntburgUill pm aoma Panenger Dally arr llardtniburg 7i40 am hit circumstances Consolidating four banks into ono had given him a great deal of work and superintending tho business consumed every moment of his time Miss Addle English of Webster Is visiting Miss Tlda Mercer Wanted beef hides feathers KtatocS and Eggs at J A Witts Miss Daisy Mercer goes to Mr Bchool Ford Â¬ McGheug this week to take charge of a Judgo Mercer will endeavor to get Senator Lindsay to como here and make a speech before the election Charley Hall who was charged with robbing Mr Hells saloon at Irvlngton last Tuesday night established his in- Â¬ Smith the man nocence very clearly who committed the robbery is licit In jail CIRCUIT COUKT Â¬ There was considerable business trans preparation than any other which tho acted at the October term of Circuit diug Hloro can furnish Ayers Sfira Court The criminal docket was lighter Wo have just opened tho largest nnd most purlllu is the Superior Mediciiu than common but the civil business pan Â¬ ned out pretty well The Commo- Â¬ ENTHUSIASTIC BEWLEYVILLE nwealths Attorney is not making a for- Â¬ complete line of HATS shown in the county ST ROSE CATHOLIC CHURCH I am tune out of the criminal docket for Mrs J M Walker visited her father informed that one fine of 5 is all lie will morn tilt late at night watched and look The Democratic Convention at Clo- W II Cain Sr Thursday get for his stay of ten days here probably uu tiiit i mi wum ui uuuairuiuuii Hessian Hies aro swarming over tho verport Shows That Wo Aro Whether there is much or little business THE IIUIIDEItS Prices the Lowest attorney Is bound to remain at couit sprouting wheat the Awake Rev Father Niehaus was tho designer Â¬ Weather very dry and warm Farmone full week to assist the grand jury in Mr James W Lowis was tho contractor ers arc again despondent Seems that St Roso Church Dedicated With their business The Democrats of tho Cloverport Mag Â¬ and all honor is duo him for his excel- Â¬ The civil docket was better than com- atllictions never cease to come lent work Tho material for tho wood isterial District met in this city last Sat- Â¬ Beautiful and Impressivo mon A great deal of business was Mrs Ellen Jolly and children spent urday tho 20th Inst for tho purpose of was furnished by the Third Street Plantransacted by tho court and the lawyers tho week lu Louisville shopping and visCeremonies ning Mill tho vitrified brick aro from nominating a candidalo for Justice of the which tho public generally know but iting friends Pattons Galligan Conner did tho Picco little about For Instance a number of Will Jolly went to tho city Thursday There was a large crowd present and brick work J yV Shouso the plaster Â¬ judgments were taken for the sale of and returned Friday with his family Rt Rov Wm George McCloskey ing A A Lalleist tho roofing and T F great enthusiasm was manifested The property These go before the Muster Sawyer the painting Tho church and only names beforo tho convention wero The attendants of the Grand Iodgo of Commissioner to bo eouted and re Bishop of Louisvillo parsonage were handsomely decorated D Ilninbleton and J M Mullen After Masons returned Friday reporting n ported at another term but they amount for the occasion by U S lags furnished tho usual preliminaries a vote was takon good time Officiates to considerable with the attorneys and it resulted in Mullius nomination by S L Sulzer Mr S I Hardaway and wife Mrs Hero in fact is where they reap some of by a vote of 70 to 50 On motiooof now was ir DONE their best fees Tho lawyer likes this Hello Drury Mrs Charlie Ha dawayand Squire 1 Iambic ton the nomination was a few littles ones went to seo Mrs Delia An Immense Concourse of People Rev Father Niehaus wishes us to Tho kind of business for it is always of a made unanimous say not lie but tho good spirit existing character that pays and ho is sure of get Â¬ Moorman at Glendeano and Mrs Frank Present to Witness tho Nominations for constable were then Peyton of Falls of Hough Oct 12 10 Â¬ in this city and county accomplished tho ting his money This character of busi called for and as there wero no Demo- Â¬ work The readers of the News know ness is termed In Equity and receives Ceremonios There was quite a ripple of excitement names offered Wm H Taul a Re- Â¬ that the pastor was the leading spirit and cratic the judgment of the court without the in our town Wednesday night caused by publican was recommended for tho that ho was ably assisted by tho mem Â¬ aidofajtirv Things In Equity are the bringing of several parties arrested place bers and the citizens generally all of always magnificent not only ns fees to on suspicion of being connected with tho THE REV PASTORS LIFE This closed tho business of tho meet- Â¬ whom view with prido the geat work he the attorney but as covering many line burning at Mr Tom Paynes At tho ing and the crowd called upon Carlt pointw which they often involve it is trial tho next day nothing came of it as has accomplished Tho value of tho no uncommon thing for an attorney tooc to tho burning but a man named Will Lost Sunday was a great day not only church and parsonage isKi0 0 It has Richardson Democratic candidate for enpy an hour or more in his argument liite was sent to jiil for shooting at Mr for the Catholics of this town but for all a small debt upon it but it will be can- County Court Clerk for a speech Mr Richardson was present and responded to tho judge on some point in an equity Paynes little boy with intent to kill denominations and all good citizens who celled iu due time in his usual afablo manner He was re- Â¬ case THE HISTORY OF THE CHURCH are Interested in tho welfare and tho upIt Is rarely of any interest to the W II Cain Sr Chas Hlanford Thos with much applause and when public of course but it makes tho attor- Â¬ J Jolly F P Hardaway W II Cain Jr building of tho community As to the history of the church Is ceived Â¬ ney sweat just the same It was tho day set nparl for tho dedica- about as follows In 1851 a small brick in tho course of his remarks he de- Â¬ When there and C I Hardaway shipped a lot of fat nounced that A P A roport as infa- Â¬ fore ho is successful he feels all the bet hogs to Ixiuisvillo last Monday They tion of St Roso church a beautiful and building was erected and attended occaster whether tho public knows what he struck a declining market 4 AQ to 1C0 commodious structure just completed ionally from Hardin8burg Rev Sheri- mously false and denounced its origina- Â¬ has accomplished or not and sprung into existence Phoenix like dan now at Louisville was tho first resi Â¬ tors and circulators as infamous liars being tho range of prices tho roof was almost lifted from tho In tho case of tho J ouiavillc Trust W II Cain Sr spent this week in from the ruins of a devastating fire dent priest During Father Hipgins adCompany involving tho settlement of an Parkland and New Albany visiting rela- Â¬ which occurred only just a few months ministration the church was built Rev building by the applause and yells for ago nsHigneeshipthero were some nice points tives Hennesey succeeded Father Iliggins Richardson could be heard for several squares When ho closed his remarks He It said to tho credit em rgy and Father Niehaus took charge just raised So in a caso against Joseph L a few Mr Win Klbton of Parkland a plea Â¬ sel sacrificing there was such a demonstration that it Mattingly and others where it is sought little band of noble and weeks before tho last flro in February is evidently proved that Carlt Richard Â¬ to subject the sale of a valuable piece of sant visit to the family of Mr John Cox hardworking members headed by their N TIIEIASTOR Miss Blanche Jolly spent several days Pastor Rev Fathor Niehaus that they son is strictly in it at Cloverport land to tho payment of some old debt Rov Georgo Niehaus previous to his in Meade county visiting Mies Jennie have reared a homo and houso of wor- Â¬ After Mr Richardson J S DeJeruett there are some nice points The debt has in fact been paid but the question Cox ship of which they may well fell proud study for the priest hood was a sculptur Democratic candldato for Jailer was Miss Forenco Cuin also visited Mies and in which overy citizjn in tho town and his hands furnished tho ornaments called on and his remarks were received is whether tho proper parties got the E2 k39 u kw Ho studied at with equal enthusiasm Can anyone and community joins a happy God tortlie altar and pews benefit of it These and similar matters Jennie Whats up Cincinnati and Louisville where he was Hon D R Murray chairman ot the go on in the court and tho lawyers call guess speed Long before the hour for tho opening ordained priest by tho present Bishop convention was the next speaker and it business It is business and very Im Miss Lena Drury is convalescent McCloskey Ho then devoted his ser- Â¬ for twenty minutes or more he poured nan pon portant businets for a fact but tho gen Mr Hicliard Wade shoe drummer ceremonies and even with tho mornings vice to tho missionary cause in Kansaq hot shot into the Republican party in eral public regards it as very dry eiuly dawn the friends aud purishoners was in town this week his usual severo and eloquent style began to pour into town to witness what Missouri Illinois Ohio and Kentucky Under these equity proceedings the Miss Maggie Lewis is now on a visit sale of several pieces of property have they had never before seen in this town He is thoroughly social kind and genial When he severely denounced the A P to everybody and an excellent pasfor A organization as an infamous been ordered A hotel and its furniture to her uncle J M Walker the dedication of a Catholic church and gentleman May St Roso prosper 7 What about that Democratic sugar un Deoiocratic order originated at Irvlngton known as the Adkisson Tho bell of St Roso rang out tho glad Wish tho Wilson bill would hurray up tidings of great joy and a great throng under his guidance and watch care tor tho boIo purpose of infringing on re- Â¬ property THE DINNER and get to Howloyville ligious political and personal liberties Two saw mills at Kock Vale stood in front of tho beautiful house of In the temporary church an elegant the applause was tremendous A house and lot In IlardinsLurg and God anxious and eager to catch tho first Hoy Cain fell from a wagon Thursday barbecued dinner was served to over 100 Tho convention then adjourned amidst other property at other points in the He fell across tho door sill painfully words of tho opening ceremonies county All of this is paying busincai though not seriously hutting himself At precisely 11a in the Rt Rev Wm people It was Iho occasion where many an intense amount of ha monyand good old friends acquaintances and members feeling Tho Heard and IJeeler suit is another Whoever got hold of the Howleyvllle Geo McCloskey D I Hishop of Louis- Â¬ equitable proceeding that promises to items surely thought he was working at ville began tho cciomonles In tho full met with smiles and a hand shake con- Â¬ Every person big little old or young hold on for some time by reason of its Tariff Reform from tho way ho mixed robes of u Hishop ho came from tho pas- Â¬ gratulating each other on tho good work black or wlilt rich or poor who has that had been accomplished Much varied complications Tho numerous them up Golden Hod is much mortified tors residence towards the front of tho ever used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pro- Â¬ creditors are getting restless but they and in tho language of Mother Goose de- Â¬ church and began a prayer according to praise is due the ladies for the excollont nounce it the best cough and lung rem Â¬ JAMES B PACE work they havo done in building the can count on nursing their claims some clares I cant sleep for thinking ont the ceremonial of tho Catholic church edy on earth Its true too so we guar-Â¬ timo yet before any distribution of tho Then the entire procession marched church and for Iho superb dinner they antee For sale by Short IIaynesClov Stemmer nnd buyer of i fund is made around the sacred edifice reciting psalms furnished on this occasion God bless erportjDr R II McMullin McDaniels SIGNAL TRIUMPHS WON Overlook the fact that i Sa in tho case of tho llreckenrldge and prayers Tho door was then opened tlo women without their ready and will- Â¬ M Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser wo are in tho Company Limited That matter goes By Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder and tho procession marched to tho inter Â¬ ing hands very little could be accomp- Â¬ Constantlne A Taylor Rosetta Drury back into the hands of tho Commissioner ior of the church Tho ceremony of the lished In any good work Co Bewleyvllle Kyj W E Bennett AND Two signal triumphs have been achiev Â¬ HIessing being done Solemn High CONFIRMATION SERVICES for a more completo adjustment of tho Mass Brown Irvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols ed by Dr Prcos Cream Haking Powder was celebrated by the Rov accounts of tho Jiecciver Ono of tho In tho afternoon at Pastor Geo oclock tho Rt Garfield Ky j A R Morris Big Spring bonds for which tho property sold will First it received Highest Award and Niehaus Rov Hook as deacon and Rov Hishop gave quite an interesting Ky be duo tho lirst of November but there Diploma at tho Worlds Columbian Ex Â¬ Father of Gabe as subdeacon Tho and instructive talk on the Graces and Major Clint McCarty 111 not being sullicent funds to pay the cer- Â¬ position of 18911 -- Next it secured High Hishop and Rev Westerman of Louis- Â¬ Gifts of the Holy Ghost and followed it Pierces Factory - - Cloverport Ky est Award and Gold Medal at tho Cali ville and Rev Jenkins of St Lawrence by administering tho The Louisvillo Post of lost Saturdaysays tificates issued tho court adjudged that fiacrement of the The many friends of Major Clint Mc INO P BEVERLY Manager it should go along until there was funds fornia Midwinter Fuir of 18JL At both assisted Holy Confirmation to a class of 43 Fairs it surpassed all competitors in Clarty the popular manager of the G enough to pay nil in full This villi bo Rev Father Dunn D I delivered a With the benediction given by the past Â¬ Louisvillo Clearing House will be h down right disappointment to a num- Â¬ overy respect Tho award in each in- Â¬ most eloquent sermon on the feast of tho or with Hessed Pacrement the solemni shocked to hear of his serious illness ber of parties but it couldnt bo other Â¬ stance was for strongest leavening pow dedication He compared the sacrifice ties closed He was attacked suddenly with Con- Â¬ er perfect purity and general excellence wise of tho old law NOTES gestion of the lungs while walking on If your eye catches theeo It was sustained by tho unanimous vole congratulated with that of the new He tho congregation on their Mr Paul E Huron of Concordia was of the judges Tho Dedication was a financial success the street Thursday afternoon and since lines it will bo a moiioy noblo work and the many sacrifices hero ono day last week attending court paving event to you The singing of Peters Mass was sim- - then lias been a very sick man His Tho victory at Chicago establishes the Your which hq knew it was necessary MHaVnTniriraBaaaaVual Mr Huron is ono of tho leading mer Â¬ supremacy of Dr puree will laugh at our low physicians howover say that ho is now Prices as Tho Fore to make in building so elegant fir them ply graud miCAVt Al o I RAUL MAKKS a church chants of his town and has known noth Â¬ most Haking Powder in tho World ne8s in charges for every- Â¬ Rtv Hook of Cannelton shook hands improving COPYRIGHTS a perfect gem he said He also con- Â¬ ing but success iu his business for tho The triumph at San thing We are In business Major McClarty has beouin bad health Francisco confirms CAN I nrtTAIN A VATENTf For a with friends gratulated the citizens iu general and ap- Â¬ last twenty years Ho said tho applo and emphasizes it Srompt anawer and an boneet opinion write to to do business We make wbo bare bad noarlr arty year There will bo servlcos at St Rosq next for tho past several months or since he preciated tho good feeling existing iperlenoe In Uie patent brulneaa Comniunlca crop in his locality being a failure this suffered an attack of the grip last spring it to your interest to buy tlonaarxlctlr confidential A llnudbookorln Sunday at 10 a in among all creeds in tho good work Ho year made u oney Bcarce formation concerning lntenta and bow to ob Â¬ Â¬ from us your lroino mer Â¬ tain tbem Bent free A1m a catalogue of mechan Â¬ The Hishop left on Sunday nights but this is the first time that his condialso had a good work for the ical and aclentlDo tmoka aent free Sitting in front of tho Willard hotel tion has takon a serious turn chants No use to go further Co reoelra Jateaia taken tbronob Unnn train forjQwenBboro icswho had so generously contributed pedal notice In the Hcleiitltlc A tiierlrnu and tfic formula for making Scotts ono evening last week I saw a well dress Come and trade with us tbna are brought wtdelr bernretbe publlo with Â¬ The Judello brought a largo crowd FOR SALE to tho building fund of the church out coat to the Inrentor Tbla aplendld paper Emulsion has been endorsed by ed man approach ono of tho guests and leaned feklr elecantly ft nitrated haa b far the One hnntlreil and eighty acrcenriand from Cannelton and llawesvillo lnf on Tho music rendered during the serlarxeat circulation of anr aoleotiae work In the beg for a nicklo to buy a drink This physicinnsof the whole world No lUrdlniburir Hartford and Howling Green world 83 a veer Sample ooplea aent free The dinner served was yon know roads In houtliwctt part ot llrockenriJire coun- Â¬ vicer by tho Cannelton choir was splend Â¬ Bulldlny Kdltlon monthly tuQ year Blnglo secret about it This is one of its probably is no uncommon occurrence in ty Thla land It unilcr Kenl ftbee foty ncrea Krery number oontalna first class as nothing by halves rileaUf cente oolora and photoy rapha ofbeeu In timber rekt under hlljh etate of cultivation id and impressive The hymn Venl strongest endorsements Hut the tlful plate In new Louisvillo but this fellow was so well four lading iprlnga home and othir larin build- hooeee with plana enabling builder to abow the Henry Clemens and Miss Nicola de Jesu Amor Mi after the consecration was strongest endorsement possible is lateat dealer and aeoura oowvraota Addrvaa mgt goou witnin one nine ti uoca vale on the dressed and boro marks of being well WEBSTER KY MUNS4 CO Mew YOllK 301 BuiMUWAT servo great credit for the sweet music I St 4 T II It Will eell on returnable particularly touching bred in other respects that tho occu- Â¬ in the vita strength it gives tennt or trade for other land For further parÂ¬ Mr Hammans lot South of railroad ticular call on or addreaa THE CIIUUCll rence struck mo as being rut her singular was used to storo horses and wagons JOIINHAWI1KEV MUSIC COUPON lock Vale Ky There are hundreds of men almost at To diseribe the church Is a task to b K Uallman and Henry Lewis wero IV AMR IfllltU wan the begging point in Louisville A - the chief ushers with a smile a Sunday which wo acknowledge our incompotptvuy oa tbt Piano or ervan by uilmr Vj FOR SALE laborer on the street told mo that lie TT A V7 Irian ancy It is a beautiful structure of the smile One hundred anil three aerei of ItnJ lying had never seen tho situation so crit- Â¬ Comprehensive suburban stylo of architecture aud has Chord Method The News representative was present within one half mile of Hardlniburg on the ical before and he had resided there and Hardlniburg X mbHiIi ajratem of thorough Bate ctvlnff all tho mo lern improvements as to com- Â¬ and saw too many faces to recall nil to Cloverport on which the old turnpike and the am land BUCKEYE T the chord for all Major and Minor Kcr fair croanda atonj for twenty years The result is being nourishes It does more for weak fort and dovotlqp The edifice and its mind Sixty acre of thli place li tultable for eultl no TEACHtiK XBCBHHAHY Babies and Growing Children felt with tho Deinocrata and particularly Moat wonderful mutlcal work ever nut on surroundings aro a picture of simplicity The good Father Jenkins from St ration and about thirty aeraa In timber The m Â¬ than any other kind of nourishin tho race for Congress there McDer-Uyaa bave llano or Organ li under good fane wall watered It and the interior is finished in Lawrencn was on hand to meet old rilaeaileilrable location fur and a good farm llai Keenly HeeVronew toaccompanjr ment It strengthens Weak and gold bronze ornaments hard woodÂ¬ friends mot counts on being a sure winner though Tho pica good building lite and U alwava convenient CURES NOTHING BUT PILES Mothers and restores health to tures representing the suffering of and is guarding all the out posts John X JfuInu IndUpenaable to be thorough Mrs IC Wathen and sister were down to market Teruu reasonable Apply to Our a and a delight to all Uglnnra J T KINOvrON llardlnaburg aaau till Will Ibwa Ihea dealt the enemy a few sledge ham Â¬ all suffering from Emaciation Lord are line Tho oil paintings at eith Â¬ from Irvlngton aud congratulated Father A SURE and CERTAIN CURE X monihtol bmnl mudir in harmony and General Debility mer blows at Eighteenth and Broadway I Iliwui mia ihhik aUU Dttl DV HWU1 known for IB vaira aa tha side of the main altar aro life like of Niohaus er NOTICE For Coughi Coldt Sore Throat Bron on Friday night but in the face of this BEST REMEDY fcr PILES I wakt every man Master and his Venerable mother r The words of Rev Dunn were to the utaa to urea ted and woman In the Unite w 7 aria tSll COUtMaO IdJaau chltlWoak LungtComumptlonBlood la the Opium and Whliky my ai1 I The whole work church and house is point He spoke as an old Kentucklan kablU to hart ona of hit book on theea dla Dr Price Cream BtklHg Powder aoxiir MCI1UMM Metueaievra Dlicasaa and Lou of Fttth I X UU a Adwraef K U ffoolla y AUaaU U ClJttUwaM IcMlaBoMNr AHOrujaUli oOcaadlt the work of tho pastor who from early can only do MMt Perfect Ma4e I Max lat ana u srlll h iuiv ww n vw Catarrh Cannot Bo Cured with local applications as they cannot reach the seat of tho disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cuto it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Curo is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular presciiption It Is composed of tho best tonics known combined with the lust blood purillers acting dinctly on the mucous surfaces Tho perfect combination of tho two Ingredients is what pro ducessuch wonderful results lu curing cata rh Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 Sold by druggists price 75c Â¬ Dedication The Fpccial police Jim 10 wis A Nichols and Cliri Perrlgo loomed up In their badges Mr Jar M Lowis the contractor of St Rso has accomplished hlscirirt to give the city an ornament Win 0 Kelly of HawvBvllle was body and soul interested In have the ex cursion a succeep nnd It was Mrs Wm Smart s nt a beautiful bo qin tto In the church nnd it was placed In tho center of the tabernacle Mike Lyddan of Monnt Merino was among the cheering crowd and spoke to the Hishop about a new church At was a treat to notice Felix Carter dashing up and down tho streets to keen the throujhfare clean from vehicles and horses It wus as a Soldier remarked tho picture of Phil Sheridan on his famous Â¬ HATS tftttttttmtmfttTfffffftfflttfmt i HATS - T it ttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttm ride Another Ree Robt comtMnd him with Col Carter you did well Card of Thanks Thank you ladles and gentlemen Truly Rev Ge Niehaus Paslor of St Rose Whiii a doctor considers it necessary to pi escribe sareaparillalie simply orders a bottle of Ayers knowing full well that he will obtain thereby a purer and purer Head Gear t FOR ALT THE Family DEDICATED as usual Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ COME AND SEE US Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Farm for Sale VEST payments address Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ One farm of 150 acres 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 For further particulars W J Piggott Jr IllVINGTON KYI DONT Shoe Business Both Red i0 Â¬ BurleyTobacco Clothing Business Furniture Business Â¬ Â¬ Grocery Business Dry oods Business Millinery Business mhhoth W FOR 20 YEARS non-Cath- Â¬ Â¬ PayneGompton Scotts t Emulsion TABLERSniI OINTMENT n nilU f MB B 1 ro W lg Y L LLLLLLLHHftlftfc WJto k HPHHuyw4tujyMUiU 7 jrfcitatjL n- - - - -- - - - - T7 a - wftfiirfaLt 11 - pwlt i imi Mini iii Milt iMMfWWi iu pi imi tiiltMB JlifciftM inqgw4 i V - HflMIHn v itjdJM ir dr TyintiWpwli BjfeaKKNjferoQH NKtCS OLOVSRPORT A 3 GUSTON Chan Blanford shipped a car load of hogs to I oiiisvlllo Monday Miko Shumate of Sandy Hill was In Worlds Tribute SIROCCO Pours Somo Hot Shot Into Podatjog Says Ho Has Noithor Mouth Nor Spur Wit or Courage His Brain Pan Is Only An Empty CInm Slicll Floating In tho Flivor 3 of Lifo Progress V aV KMinSSF tV XV Triumph jJ r t hf WW IS I Mm o Jf w A RED HOT REJOINDER 1Tr to America Leads the Nations in the March of Progress Among the wonders of the Worlds Columbian Fair the grandest was the exhibit of American products The Exhibition was in this respect an object lesson of the grandeur and glory of the Republic Among the exhibits from the United States no article of its class stood so high as Â¬ Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder The Chief Chemist of the Agricultural Department at Washington backed by an intelligent jury at the Exposition found it strongest in leavening power peerless in its purity and beyond comparison in uniform excellence T Received Highest Award At the Worlds Fair - M The award is a matter of official record Nothing could settle so decisively the immeasureable superiority of Dr Prices over all other powders as the eat honor bestowed at Chicago A 1 HIGHWAYMAN Shot to Death in Bugaboo low Meade County Hol- Â¬ BODY DISAPPEARS AND CANT BE FOUND Smocco Ky Oct 17 1891 BuRaboo Hollow is no longer n plnco of imaginary iishing J spectors lliat cause needless right Do it ghost or not ghost an object in human form bit the dust in that weird spectral hollow tho night of the 7th Inst ita blood paying tho penalty demanded for its rash highwayman feat Dave Curl is the man who had the grit to stand his ground and shoot to death the bush whackor who appoarod before hitn and deinandod him to halt Curl was returning homo from tfio house of a friend and while passing through tho hollow above meiitiqned which is in the neighborhood Of Squlro Chisme and liillie Singletons mill hear Wolf Creek whon a large man appeared in the road about foity yards ahead of of him and demanded him to halt Curl who was horseback roined in his horse and asked the man who was on foot what he wanted tho latter made no reply but kept moving on towards Curl who started his horse on towards the doomed man who demanded him Curl the pecond and third time to halt demanded as many times to know what he wanted in the mean time drawing hia pistol and holding it in a position for immediate use and remarking with an oath that if the man didnt answer hed make him answer The threat caused immediate action the man raised ids pistol and was in the act of firing when a bullet from Curls pistol ontered tho pit or near the pit of hia stomach With a moan he fell to the ground re- Â¬ ceiving as ho did so another ball from Curls pistol Curl fired a third time but as ho did so his horeo reared up causing him to over shoot his mark He heard somebody who seemed to bo in close pidxlmlty run when tho wounded man fell Curl then started back the way ho had come at full speed ho didnt get bit a short dislanco however until his wits seemed to foraako him Realizing the fact that he had sent a mans soul Into eternity and fearing that ho might be charged witli murder ho concluded to go back and remove the corpse to n lie found the neighboring cornfield bjdy limp and motionless life seemed to bo extinct his pistol still gripped in his hand Curl wrenched tho pistol from his hand and threw it in tho woods to avoid getting blood on lilin lie drew the blinket from under his sad Â¬ dle having hitched his horse near by laid tho blanket across his shoulder shouldered the corpse or perhaps dvlng man the death rattle was in his throat while Curl was carrying him to the field which taxed Ills strength to its utmost Having removed tue man to capacity the fleUi lie mounted hisliotw and rode home The wore he potJeretf vr the affair the wore uneeUieu iw bhw ue came Monday saw nlug f went Jto a H lady friend to confids Me troubU about tlie buelncse in a business went way as though ho was preparing to bid adieu to scenes of this world arrang- Â¬ ing lils affairs evidently with a view to committing suicide leaving tho young lady to act in the capacity of ad- Â¬ As soon as she divined his ministratrix intention she put a quietus to his cal- Â¬ culations by telling him that she didnt want to hear any more about it to go to He some man and make a confession commenced crying and remarked Its hard that I cant find one friend to place confidence in She again told him to go to some man and make a confes- Â¬ sion He then went off John Daily who happened to hear a part of the con- Â¬ versation between Curl and the young lady Miss Chism went to him Tuesday morning and that hed heard the most of what was said induced Curl to tell him all After Curl had related the cir- Â¬ cumstances to Daily his mind seemed to bo somewhat relieved They then went to Squire Chisms and made a clear confession Curl trusting his fate in tho hands of the law Squire Chism in company with John and little Ben Dally went to tho placo where Curl had left tne man but ho was not there A track of a two wheel vehicle was alt that was left to give strength to Curls evidence The cart as it was supposed to be was propelled by man forco as there was no track of an animal visible As no one appeared against Curl Squire Chism failed to make a caso Curl still not sat isfied went to Brandenburg last evening in company with John and little Ben Daily and placed himself In the custody of tho town authorities They too re Â¬ leased him It seems to bo a very my Â¬ sterious caso No one is missing in tho part of the country whero the man was killed Curl is a man of strong mind and as firm as an oak and brave as a lion Invalids should remomber that the causes of sick and nervous headaches may bo promptly removed by taking Ayers Pills These Pills speedily cor- Â¬ rect irregularities of tho stomach liver and bowels and aro tho mildest and most reliable cathartic in uso Masonio Grand lodge Officers The grand chapter of Kentucky Royal Arch Masons in annual session at Louis- Â¬ ville elected the following grand officers for the ensuing year Grand high priest James 1 Lewis of Bowling Groin Deputy grand high priest John D Drendorfr of Hussellvilltf v Grand King Henry Ranshaw of Cov Â¬ ington Grand scribe Jas W Hopper of Louisville Grand treasurer Frank H Johnson of Louisville Grand Secretary II 11 Grant of Lou Â¬ A ledngog buckled on his armor shook his ambrosial curls and thought ho would shake Olympus to its very cen Â¬ ter but ho only caused Sirocco and oth Â¬ ers to shake tlit ir sides laughing at his His bombastic display is buffoonery more appetizing than tho antics of a monkey He comes into tho columns of the News with quite n boost of heraldry and pomp of power but his sword cuts backward something llko a boomerang in its mechanical action He picks my orthography to pieces and sets it up in his own louse corner style In quoting or transcribing from my letter ho most signally failed to confine himsolf to tho words which I made use of thus coupling misrepresentation with his own louso corner peculiar style of spelling a stylo the meaningless peculiarity of which tho plckaninnysin this neighborhood would laugh to scorn Pedagog7 bah I Ho couldnt get a school in this district amongst tho color- Â¬ ed population if ho confines himself to those louso corner spelling books Tho pickaninnys here have more get up about them than tho louse corner Such outlandish dictiou as urchins booze tipped sin cursed sin cussed brass tipped normad nomad ha ha ha wonder If he aint trying to change the fanciful appellation of nomad to he would Norman or Northman doubtless like to shift tho placo of birth to Normandy It is a pity that Pedagog was not born cross oyed had tho two lines of ills visual ray crossed cacli other he might have been able to have kept one eye on his manuscript and the other His on tho letter ho was copying from memory seems to linvo been very weak when lie took ills eyes off of the letter ho was copying fromho forgot how it was spelt before ho got It transferred to his Wo naturally supposa from own letter his profusive marks of derision that the word contempt is tho only one defined in ids grammar Take his marks of derision and the quotations from my let- Â¬ ter out of his and what is there left Nothing but wind Hes the most con- Â¬ temptible school teacher I over heard of In his rage ho oversteps tho bounds of propriety and makes a complete mules papa of himself All ho needs is a pair of long ears and a tail attached him What a valuable acquisitionto tho Third party Their ranks are made up of just sucii sore heads Such acolytes aro calculated to swell tho rising spirit of anarchy only 11 n ni louche niqieron Guess Id better translate it for him He lias neither mouth nor spur neither His brain pan is only wit nor courage an empty clam shell floating in the river of life If he wants mo to furnish mater- Â¬ ial for his letters and will como to Siroc- Â¬ co and let me do his writing 1 will try Once going and accommodate him through the press is enough for my let- Â¬ They dont Improve with his ters Louse Corner finish Ho speaks of my inclination to soar I always try to soar when I como in con- Â¬ tact with people from Louso Corner I try to reach an atmosphero whero I can See Ho escape Jerusalem travelers speaks of Cleveland as though ho would havo the readers of tho Nkws believe that all great men spring from filth and scum of creation that the only triumphs of chas- Â¬ tity is now resting in the ranks of tho poor little calamity howlers tho Third party If Cleveland was a libertine we never heard of him being driven from state to state on account of his lascivious conduct like some Third party men we Perhaps Cleveland confin Â¬ could name ed his debauchery to the tlconsed hells of towns and cities not to country boarding houses disturbing tho peaceful homes of decent people See 7 Again Tho word nomad seems to bo a puz zlor to him He is uncertain whether it merits a capital or not Ho twists it about changes its orthography uses sometimes a capital then a small n I will hero brand the word with a capital thus Normad so ho need be no long- Â¬ er in doubt It is now a sobriquet that will stick to tho agitator now writing from Paducah as long as ho lives Xike Napoleon Bonaparto Normad has chat onged the world and llko Napokon ho is doomed to be banished not by any of the great powers of tho old world but by our fat saucy bald headed townsman Dick Will take the shine DickNevitt off of him in November and hell not have to nib up against him in joint do bate to do it I guess Ill have to sw allow that word faze Ill tell you how it happened to Iho nlsliy wnsliy aroitnd Uak tthtl Plditfclnl UroVeb Tho two words fajto flhd jilioSo raino in contact in my mind and fnzo slip ped out first taking tho wrong position slipped up iu front of our would bo critic for him to shoot his corn and beans at swapped about as it were So phaso got lost clear out He also supplies spelling books and grammars and ho will readily furnish ono each of theso to Sirocco at reason Â¬ What docs lie able UKSSONAllLKl mean Tho word fell upon my car with peculiar and in describable charm llko tho gontlo mur-Â¬ mur of a low fountain stealing forth in tho midst of roses or the soft sweet ac- Â¬ cents of an angels whisper in the bright joyous dream of sleeping innocence Twaso word for which my soul had panted for for years no tho heart pant eth for the water brookB Never in all my limited reading had my vision been gladdened by soaing tho celestial word in print And 1 felt a profounder humi- Â¬ liation in my ignoranco that ita dulcet ring had nover beforo ravished my do lighted ear Tliero is n passago in tho blblo whero wo find tho assertion Thero is nothing now under the sun Could it bo possible Uiat this to me new fang led word was one of ttio gems of purest ray serene that Gray tells us about be Â¬ ing in the dark uufathomed caves of ocean that tho Third party had gotten hold of or was the bible a myth 7 Ill tell you that word caused strango feel- Â¬ ings to take possession of me I rushed to the library I asked Mr Webster under the bidge about it he was mute I opened the lids of Shakespeare Homer Goeth Byron and a host of others they knew nothing about it My mind has been In tho deep labyrinths of thought ever since The brilliant soul stiring ring of that word lifts ouos thoughts heavenward When I clerked at tho primary elect- Â¬ ion in Paynesvillo last spring I discov- Â¬ ered that only one fourth of the Louso Comer voters could read and write One of tho judges of tho election had to vote for the remaining three fourths I have just now detected tho cause of their ignorance Pedagog had been furnishing them books Reader did you over look on your map to find Louso Corner It lies contiguous to tliii south east corner of Pay- Â¬ nesvillo It is a placo whore as long as hard constitutions and forty cent whiskey lasted the young bucks cut their tiller ropes and went it with n rash and got fare mlddle-siilll-tri-Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iOT GUILTY That Nashville Jury Pronounocs Hardin Elrod and the Others Inuocont AN AGED LADY SUFFERED 40 YEARS euchred Our critic said that Popo said that Fools rush in whero angels fear to Yes Pope said it Pope knew tread what ho was talking about too Pope Pope knew that meant that for Nomad nobody but a darned fool would rushed in and try to down Dick Novitt after Dick Willett had failed in the primary Dick Willett is a nico plmsaiit gentle Â¬ man well known throughout Meade county and being a cripple ho had ten chances to any other mans ouo Our critic must have slipped over into Quali Â¬ ty Corner and persuaded somo young lady to indite that nico little run he made on tho homo stretch Cant make mo believe that Pedagogs tho daddy of that Poor little Pedagog becomes so exas perated at Sirocco ho sweats and fumes around and slings mud at his old step daddy and aligns himself to tho Third party in order to spite Sirocco He You in Go voted in the primary finitesimal creature of a mundane sphere locked in the depths of your inexhaustl hlencss you vafsal of an inflammatory oligarchy whoso word is latitudinarian Go I I say and when you get isiu of politics into tho third heaven youll bo crying for a piece of pie and youll find that a step daddy Is better than no daddy dr hear Go threat but thy en til born Myrmidons know young man you cant fazu Â¬ Â¬ Sirocco 1vogHer right this timo loose with your pumpkin seed now turn In bidding adiou to Pedagog and pass Â¬ ing on to other events I will suggest a paraphrase to be inscribed on his tombstone when ho departs this life I think its in keeping with his surroundings and tho causo for which ho is now about to struggle Hero it is Â¬ PEDAGOG A68AYIST ANII cniTic Here rctln hit head upon a Up of earth An anxioui aspirant to fame unknown Fajr science Irownctl not on hit humble blrlh Iouic Corner had marked him for her own Smocco Continued next wtelr Whenever a druggist tells you he has something just as good for coughs grip etc as Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey dont you believo it for wo guarantee that it is not truo We make tho genuine and authorize all druggists to guarantee it Tho K E Sutherland Co Paducah Ky Hayues Clovtr For sale by Short McDanlels port Dr It II McMullln Co Bums Geo Hoyser M Moyor Constantino j A Taylor Itosettaj Drury Bennett Co Uewloyvillo Ky W E Brown Irvlngton Kyj Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky MANY For Colds Bronchitis KSfe fi 5 MENUID OFF Â¬ Coughs Group Influenza and Storekeepers and Onagers Have Nothing to So and Bui Poor Prospects Isvillo IU t I Detective Needed Here SuperintendeLt Clias Ainge of tho National Detective Bureau Indianapolis Ind announces that two or three capa Â¬ ble and trustworthy men are needed in Ihla county to act as private detectives Experience in under Ids instructions tha work U pot nceeeeary to success Uft edits a large frlminal paper and will mm it with full particulars which will explain how you nay enter the profesÂ¬ sion by addressing hlui at Iudlauapolls CHERRY PECTORAL j JfJofAlUanedyno ejcpJotoranU f i Prompt to act AyefFs VjiLjj itiL Ind This is tho season of inocuous desue- Â¬ tude in the internal revenuo service in Kentucky There are between sixty and Beyenty men employed under Collector Powers in this district and three fourths ot this number are idle and have been so for some months am the chances aro that they will remain so until about There aro not half a December 1st dozsn distilleries in operation in the dis- Â¬ The indications aro trict at present that moat of the distilleries will resume by that uw although the recent proÂ¬ duction agreement may keep jwuw of them running on ooneideraMy 1pm than full time Oyensboro Messenger town Thursday on bushier Mrs Geo 11 Anderson was the guest Dyspepsia Chronic Diarrhoea of Mrs C C Smith Thursday Debility Rheumatism 10 Years THE DEFENDANTS PLEASED J G Anderson shipped a car load of All Yield to Cormotuer cattle to Louisville last week Nasiiviixk Tknn Oct 17 The trial Mrs Lida Hagood and little son Wal I am soventy fivo yoars old For of Charles Hardin Charlton Klrod Chas ter left for Louisville Thursday moro than forty years 1 was a sufferer with Taylor and James Morris charged with Messrs Lewis and Bramlcttc of Bran Â¬ tho embezzlement of W000 from tho denburg were among our visitors last DYSPEPSIA Adams Kxpress company which lias week What I ate made mo sick and finally been in progress for two and a half weeks tho troublo ran Into a Allen Stlth who has charge of the in tho crimnal court ended today in a Hoysvillc school was iu town Thursday CHRONIC DIARRHOEA verdict of not guilty afternoon I was roduccd to a state of great Intense interest lias been felt in the debility In this condition somo two Kd Floether representing tho Amer trial of this celebrated caso since the bo or threo years ago I began to uso Dr ginning nnd each day the court room ican Grocery Co of Louisville was in Kings town Wednesday has been crowded ROYAL CERMETUER Misses Blanche Jolly and Jennie Cox At 0 20 oclock an officer of tho court It has done me moro good than all ths announced that the jury were enroute to of tho Bcwleyville neighborhood were medicines I have ever taken I can tho court room and they soon came in in town Thursday Tho roll was called and judge Anderson Herbert Cain and Pierco Hardawayof EAT ANYTHING I LIKT turning to tho jury said Gentlemen Bowleyville were shaking hands with and my general health is good I have you found a verdict friends here Monday also had Tho foreman replied Wo have Mrs Glen Hardaway and Mrs Bailey Rhoumatlsm 10 Yoars Judgo Anderson repeated his question of the Irvlngton neighborhood were in in my hand and arm and since tak Â¬ saying I understand you have reach town Friday afternoon shopping ing the Germotucr that too Is entirely ed a verdict How do you find 7 Mrs U Kagin and son Edwin who relieved I have recommended Qer The foreman of the jury arose and said metuor to many others who have have been visiting relatives here left Not guilty used it with great benefit I think Wednesday for their home in Frankfort It U the greatest medlclnu that I know The announcement of tho verdict was Ky of illtS II lUKSEK greeted by applause and clapping of Ilazlehurst Miss J T Cundiff our popular young drug hands and consldetahlo confusion pre- Â¬ Mrs Pursor Is tho mother of Jlevs gist made a trip to Brandenburg Thurs Â¬ vailed Hardin and Klrod jumped up D I and J II Purser of Now Orand began shaking hands with their day Ask Tommie who accompanied leans two eminent Baptist ministers him on tho trip going counsel while Mrs Klrod shed tears 100 C for 8500 BoM by DrugRUti Jesso Hardaway of the Big Spring Judge Anderson rapped for order and King Royal Oermetuer Co Atlanta Oa instructed the officers of tho court to neighborhood was in town Thursday keep tho crowd quiet but this apparent Â¬ Jesse is a good natured jolly boy who is ly could not bo done and Judge Ander Â¬ always welcome in our midst son then discharged tho jury He asked Tho party at Miss Helen Pollocks Fri Â¬ Attorney General Vaughn if thero was day evening was quite a success tliero anything further against the defendants being a largo crowd present among who The attorney general replied in the nega- Â¬ were several from our neighboring tive and Judge Anderson thereupon or Â¬ towns dered their discharge Court was then Mrs II V Duncan ono of tho leading adjourned until 1 oclock to morrow milliners of Cloverport has opened a morning branch house in our town and will make As soon as court adjourned a largo weekly trips to look after her interests DEMOCRATIC TICKET crowd gathered about tho defendants here Mrs It 11 LeGrand lias chargo and shook hands with them and their of the storo and has already sold a num Ior Congress attorneys Tho defendants shook hands ber of hats Sho invites tho ladies to ALEX B MONTGOMERY with tho jurrors call and examine lierwoll solected stock lor County Judge Ono of tho jurrors who was interview Â¬ JOHN ALLEN MUIIKAY Miss Carrie Lopp who lias been visit- Â¬ ed after tho verdict was rendered said ing her sister Mrs A A Baxter re Â¬ lor County Attorney tho verdict was reached last night He turned to her home MILTON BOAKI at Mouckport Ind said that after they retired they talked Thursday morning Several of our boys lor County Clerk tho caso over and then took a vote can be heard softly murmuring Turn It C 1UCHAUDSON which was unanimous for tho acquittal backward oh Timo in thy llight lor Sheriff of nil tho defendants Another jurror F K IUIODES We have an idea that thero was somo said ot first ono or two of tho jury dis For Assessor sented but as soon as thoy reread the news of an unusually pleasant nature in HENHY GAHNKB chargo they agreed to an acquittal and a that letter last week judging from tho Â¬ verdict was reached within half an hour very pleasing countenance of tho fair relfor Surveyor cipient To have seen tho smiles chas A A LallEIST after thoy had retired Tho defendants naturally expressed ing each other over tho happy face lor Jailer themselves as highly pleased with tho would doubtless havo had as oxhilerat J S DeJEUNETTE ing an effect upon the writer as tho verdict but said it was no more than thoy placid bosom of that little stream flow- Â¬ lor Coroner expected WM EMBRY ing near his rural homo could possibly havo upon him theso beautiful golden Cure for Headache As a remedy for all forms of Headache October mornings Wo might add and Klectric Bitters has proved to be tho would make a more lasting impression very best It effects a permanent euro upon him than tho silvery spray and and tho most dreaded habitual sick head- ceaseless roar of tho water dashing oer aches yield to its influence We urge all the fulls who are allllctcd to procure a bottle and There is no medicine so often needed give this remedy a fair trial In cases of in every homo and so admirably adapted habitual constipation Klectric Bitters to the purposes for which it is intonded cures by giving tho needed tone to the as Chamberlains Pain Balm Hardly a bowels dmWew cases long resist tho use week passes but sonio member of the of this medicine Try it onco J4rge family has need of it A toothacho or REPUBLICAN TICKET bottles only Fifty cents ot A 11 Fishers Ifeadaciio may bo cured by it A touch J lor Congress Drug store of rheumatism or neuralgia quieted JOHN W LEWIS Tho severe pain of a burn or scald Ebb Tide at Last in Pensions lor County Jmlge promptly relieved and tho sore healed iu WM AHL Will the million mark on tho roll of much less timo than when medicine lias pensioners after all bo reached Two lor County Attorney to bo sent for A sprain may bo prompt R N MILLER years ago there seemed to bo very little ly treated before imfiammutlon sets in doubt of it On Juno HO 1890 there lor County Clerk which Insures a cure in about one third were 527011 names on tho roll O CUNNINGHAM A year of the timo other wise required Cuts later thoy had increased to 070100 lorhlcrlff and bruises should rcceivo immediate Another twelve month brought them up treatment beforo the parts become SI PATE 870008 Juno 150 189 saw them furth- Â¬ swollen which can only bo done when For Assessor er augmented to 900012 Tho prospect Pain Balm is kept at hand A sore W E DOCKERY therefore was that tho round 1000000 throat may bo cured beforo it becomes lor bunejnr would bo surpassed iu 1801 But tho an serious A troublesome corn may be CHINTZ ROYALTY nual report just made by Commissioner removed by applying it twice a day for a Lochren shows that thero was actually a lor Jailer week or two Alamo back may bo cured GUS SHELLMAN dropping off iu the net number during and several days of valuable timo saved tho last fiscal year so that the pension lor Coroner or a pain in tho sido or chest relieved rolls carried on Juno I0 a total of only without paying a doctors bill Procure a JOE TAUL 000511 names 50 cent bottle at once and you will nover That is tho great fact of this years pen- Â¬ regret it For sale by A It Fisher Clo- Â¬ sion statistics The tide that for so many verport Ky and Kincheloo A Board years has been at flood has now turn- Â¬ Hardlusburg ed and is actually ebbing Commission Married in Lonisvillo er Itaum also thought that the maximum would be reached somewhere about Ekikw Ky Oct 20 Mr O H Blan June 30 1801 but his figures put that ford of Unlontown was in our town maximum at 1200000 and believed that Monday Oct 15th and left Tuesday for an appropriation of 188000000 would Louisville whero ho was married on have to bo made to meet the additional Wednesday morning to one of our most expenditure popular young ladles Miss Annio L PEOPLES PARTY TICKET It is truo that at ouo former poriod Daughorty who has been making her lor County Judge high watermark seemed to have been homo hero for tho past few months with S E WAGGONER reached That was 1873 The number her sister Miss Mamie Tho ceremony For County Clerk of pensioners was then 218 111 Tho was performed by tho Itov Father A M HARDIN following year it was 230241 the next Schuhman at the Cathedral Promptly For Attestor 241821 the next 232137 tho next 232 at six oclock tho bridal party wended O A PKNIO 101 while 1878 saw the number reduced their way to the front of the altar where lor Surveyor to 223008 That was a natural result thoy promised to love honor und obey II C JOLLY Tho bride wore a under the operation of the existing laws till death do us part Tho civil war had ended thirteen years traveling costumo of Hunters green lor Jailer before and of course its survivors were cloth with velvet and jowol trimmings JOHN NKV1TT In tho groom attired in tho usual black gradually decreasing in numbers lor Coroner llko manner the disbursements dimin Â¬ The attendants were Miss Ella Daugherty WM CREWS sistor of tho bride and Mr bam David ished from 20185280 in 180J to 20811 Call at Babbagos tho Gents Furnisher The groom is a rising Then however a series of ot Unlontown 415 in 1870 extravagant leglslativo measures begin young business man of that place and for cold weather underwear nlng with the Arrears act carried tho richly deserves tho heart and hand of rolls to the prodigious figures of to day tho young lady ho has made his wife It is not safe to say that tho million The brldo is the youngest daughter of mark in pensioners and tho 200000000 tho late Daniel Daugherty of Owensboro in pensions may not yet be reached and by her sweet amiable disposition Should Congress for oxample pass a bill has mado many friends during her bo pensioning every Union soldier that journ here who wish them a life of buu We Offer You a Remedy Which They left on the served in the war wo should see tho fig- Â¬ shino and happiness Insures Safety to uio or mounting train for Gethsemane Col I ego to 845 ure now thero aro somo facts showing visit the brides brothers and from there Mother and Child Just that the total will go still lower next they go to Knoxvlllo Tenn to visit the 14 year One of them is that there were only 40148 now claims in 1801 against grooms sister more than nine times that number threo Robs Confinement of Ita Pais Bucklens Arnica Salve years ago while most of such new claims Horror and Risk are for Increases of existing pensions The Best Saivk in the world for Cuts tjVWrWXVWXIrS1 which will add no new names to tho Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Hheum Fever bottle After wine one Till IIIIIHef MothsrV rolls Another fact is that a great part I anfTafaUl t mill 1HUU1U ot tho xlstitig claims of persona not al Sores TetterChapped HandsChllblalrw notexperlew ttwlweaktai afterward tHual laaueti esM UR AHKia Uw ready on the rolls amounting to 287 Corns and all Skin Eruptions and posÂ¬ Maxtor BprlBge Kau 300 have already been examined and itively cures Piles or no pay required found defectlvo iu certain particulars so glv perfect satis Â¬ 1 TrViJl4 ty au VraffUM that it U doubtful how many of them It is guaranteed torefunjtaL 1rioe is will be perfected It is ebb tide at Jat faction or mousy U l MMftEU MWlATOft M in pensions N Y Sun cents per box For sale by A R Fisher Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v-w- Mothers Mothers Friend Ijll Â¬ rsfclff twts jasLliN A 4 hSx BR6KBMftlfcGBL tiiitiiirni An then you have dreamea or this happiness Annetto Yoa will not deny Sho hung her head nnd becamo scarSho said not n word Her very si lenco wiih eloquent But tho delighted artist would not leavo her modesty this refuge Ho felt a wild delicious joy in MWs GL6VEiJPafL m K it ft Norton for Swain Norton 18 jczz days 1 JiUm Llii of Claims Allowed by ilia Qreckonrldge Fiscal Court October Term 1894 Ifhlngi looking Brighter in Illinois 00 00 it Â¬ let 281P11 -- yj3 i HrilUff j whij Matfa pni W1RIII1K IIIMtBllm J ink V -- HrtUMM - -- Zi I iPPSHr Â¬ corracificnisss nAtnH wcss association Â¬ J A Mr Djro stood with his hat In his liuul nnd nvoidcd Mnxoys cyca Ho glided out Maxey sprang after him exclaiming never lifted his gliuico from tho floor Stop sir stop I do not I do not The artist noticed that ho was inofo sallow nnd pallid tlinn wlieu ho had seen understand youl Mnxey reached tho vestibulo only n him first that thoro wns n fihakinoKS in his wliolo frame a palsied trcmhlo in second or twoliehlnd his strnngo visitor his hniids Ho began nt once nnd his and would undoubtedly havo dragged voice was liko oiio speaking out of n him back over tho outer threshold but at tho very moment when ho pnt out his tomb Sir your ears nro exceedingly hand to seize him ho heard tho rustlo of a womans dress Ho changed his intengood tion in tho twinkling of nn eye In an Indeed Or yon would not havo heard my other instant Mr Dyo was free tho outer knock I knocked very softly ns I havo door was closed and Maxey palo and knocked at your door mj many times and breathing heavilystood upon tho iusido yon did not hear I hoped nnd hoped in with his back ngninst it facing tho as vain that you would again let mo go tonished Annette who was coming qnlto unconscious of any intrusion into away unheeded as before I dont comprehend you Blr Ilavo tho vestibule Is anything tho matter Mr Mnxey you been hero before Nothing nothing at all It was a Sir I hnro been hero many times You startled mo that was alL before knocking at your door bo softly mere Who has been here that you might hnvo mistaken the sound You do not know then You heard for the wind or tho rattle of a rat behind nothing of what ho said tho woodwork Why how strnngo you look How Mnxey recoiled could I Aro vou insane I dont look strange said Maxey No nol said Mr Dyo quickly It Its tho bad light Im in It was no is not even whim Is not insanity It iKxly you caro to know Let us go back sical It is on thu contrary strictly logThcro was something I ical Sir you havo heard it said that a to work again mr i cannot servo two masters I havo was going to say when I was interrupted sometimes tried That was my trouble Out forced mo to como nnd tell you Mr Dyo was staggering down tho something that I know would bo unwel steps clinging to the railing with ono come tn you What shall I call that one Council lice romorse Tho other caused hand looking tho personification of do me to duiire that you should not receive spair Ho muttered as ho walked and crushed with his left hand a paper in mo but allow mo to go away unheeded Shall I mil that other sympathy nnd tho iwcket of his thioadbarocoat a pa regard for yourcxlf or for somebody in per on which n delicate feminino hand had traced these words whom you aro interubted Never mind Provo her a waif then If they marit is not to tho point now Your ears weie hotter than I thought they were ry I shall hold you perbonally respon and you did hear me I am here Sir siblol Doubtless thepoorgirls last hope why did you not tnko my ndvico and have mo arrested I nm n heartless mis thought tho melancholy man and I havo stamped tho lifo out of it erable wretch At that very instant however Julian Theatrical air or not this last sen tence camo out with a sincerity and a Maxey tho artist was making of theso words n hollow mockery Ho had como force that startled tho artist Tho trem bling in tho limbs increased the somber back into tho room witli her nnd had man inntiu on effort to loosen his cravat closed tho door That rapid pulso that as if ho wcro choking Mnxey hnstily Dr Lamar had warned him was so liko- pushed a chair toward him Sit down sir You nro ill Sr I uni not ill I deny it I de WW v I Do nut offer mo cline nil courtisifs It astonished Mnxey to find that no fc uny If you do you will regret it when body was surprised I am done I am tu bo spurned and spit Thero was littlo ceremony no disupon That is my only use in society play It was a very quiet marriago in and I may mention parenthetically that tho artists rooms Dr Laiiuir gavo away society found that out somo timo ago tho bride Dont forget that sir I will not detain Miss Maxoy was oxcitcd and criod a you I will not needlessly keep yon great deal and tho physician was very standing here I havo como to tell you thoughtful what I neglected to tell you before about In tho world thcro wero busy tongues I brought up this child whom nt work Well ejaculated Maxey nervously Ono woman when sho heard of this Mr Dyo cast an nppruhensivo glaiico marriage dashed a costly clock npon ut tho artist tho floor and mado a wreck of it Say you do not want to hear me sir A poor wretch quivering between a I will go away nnd you nul eVCll jug of rum mid a morning paper saw nor sho shall over seo mo again Do yon tho notico on tho printed page and ut Ulio has been hcreV say it tered n howl of delight Aftel that out Mr Dyos tono was portentous and ly to get tho better of his discretion was burst ho becamo for a long timo still beseeching For an instant MJV hebi- - at its height Ho began to tell her impulsively passionately before he fully and palo and looked upou tho dull brown tatcd hut for nn instant only surface of tho jug with a gazo that was iCalized it No Mr Dye I do not say it Goon fearful nnd apprehensive Thru ho bo Sho turned so whito and speechless gan to mutter to himself sir Tell mo tho truth j Sir you havo pronounced your ver- that his litai t nlmost ceased beating Bah Whatjcan ftmattcr What Tho thought that he Jiai at last uttered difference- - iocs it make Sho has no dict For better or for worse I shall speak now nnd ease my conscience of n tho irrevocable fatal wt1 camo to bad mnttcr I told you I did not know him too lato to prevent tho utteranco of memory Sho novcr will havo a momory this childs parentage I told you a his hope and his longing but not too of ono dark hour of her life I am safe still safe for another day of existenco falsehood I know both her parents Ono lato to moko tho How of his cloquenco tremblo nnd dio on his lips Ho beenmo and this was t scapegraco son of n prond family Ho stroked tho snrfaco of tho jug and the other was n servant in his fathers ns mute ns sho nnd almost ns pale For housa Now you kuow tho whole I nm a moment they stood close together by shivered at his own thoughts Happy for tho window iu tho fading light from him that his window did not look out done upon tho broad river and that thero was tho western sky looking into each othTho blood rushed to Mnxey s head no uncanny ghostly wind to como tap ers eyes with n mutual terror Tho proofs I Whoro nro tho proofs stam- Â¬ ping at his sash iu tho dead of night I I havo frightened you Mr Dyo again glanced at him appro heusivcly and backed a step or two near mered Maxoy CHAPTER XV Aji uudeniablofact but it was all the er tho door TIMK AND TIDE artist could think to say at that mo Sir there aro no proofs Moro thau onco iu tho conrso of this ment None history it has been mentioned that the Still ho could not stand inactive IIo Not n scrap It nil rests upon tho windows of tho artists chambers looked sought to tako tho dniuty hand which out word of a worthless vagabond whom noupon u river In truth it was nlmost body would believe who is in fact such timidly shrank from tho contact Ho impossible to lw anywhere in Mnxoys a villain nnd a liai that ho can hardly grow moro persistent when ho encotui- - rooms and oscapo its presence Ho had Lellcvo himself If yju wish to bellow o tercd oppostiou nnd concentrated all his chosen his suit for tho free open pros that ho has lied thcro is everything to energies on tho capturing of tho trem pect it afforded and ho had sketched and encourngo you in that belief nothing to bling member In another moment it painted a landscape from this lofty situdiscourngo you was his Then with a sudden boldness ation a dozen times It mattered not in And why hava you como hero to which astonished even himself ho brow what part of tho honso ono was thero tell me this her close closo to him was always something to remind him of Ho felt her startled heart beating as tho river Did I not explain I was forced to By whom Tho sweeping enrvo mado by the if it would break next to his Tho un Sir not by whom by what Dy seen hand rapped upon tho window but stream just nbovo tho center of tho city my conscience it had no longer nny interest or any ter broadened tho otherwiso narrow belt of Maxey raised IiIb arm with a gesturo ror for them water into a lakeliko expanse and opeucd Oh Mr Maxey let mo gol of impatience Tho somber man shrank a vista of miles to tho eye Over this No wo must undertand each other wido surface the wind camo and wont back as if ho expected n blow Ho cried out apprehensively first Tell mo that I am a fool or a cow- unopposed It was ever rattling at tho Dont boliovo mo Dont boliovo ard and I will windows of tho artists rooms To awako Sho mado him no reply Sho strug mo of a winters night nnd hear tho uneasy gled n lid with her baby strength and ghost tapping with his chill hand for Do you ncknowledgo it to bo a Ho gavo it up ho was very quiet No no Not that only dont bo admission was to bo reminded of tho icy But still tho frightened hoart beat water flowing steadily witli tho tido liovo mo wildly closo to his Sho had not spoken down between tho groat stone walls iu Mr Dye said Maxey suddenly Softly tho artist bent down to look tho darkness will you swear n solemn oath hero iu Tho tido roso mid fell iu tho river for my presence that you havo told mo tho into her nverted face There was neither anger nor tears there only tho paleucss miles nbovo tho city In tho dead of truth Sir I will not No oaths Not to- and tho terror winter it lifted tho solid whito surface Tho two hearts wero throbbing now liko a marblo floor through 10 feet night No oaths I havo said it and I twice a day After a thaw when the will do no more No not if tho sword in unison It was getting dark ho whispered call men ico broko up oven iu Mnxoys rooms Annette falls I will say no moro That is all I camo to say I havo said it I will go coward could bo heard tho great blocks grind Sho answered him nt last in n voice ing against tho stones Theso floating uway agaiu Go then Go cried Mnxey hotly that was so low mid hushed that it hard masses drifted variously as tho tido ran back up tho stream to crowd tho narÂ¬ while yon can with safety get out of my ly sounded natural I havo nn right to tell iv lie and I row spaco botwecn tho banks abovo tho teach and if over you show yonr faco in this houso again uuless you cither have no right to mix my lifo with yours swoeping curvo or down beneath tho como to confess that you havo lied or You nro young ambitious rich with a bridges nnd between tho hulls of Innu hold tho proofH of what you havo said future I lmvo not not oven n name merable vessels out to sea Only in tho In yonr ham you will regret It to tho No I am not rich Annette You aro spaco contiguous to tho houso iu Balln list day of your miscrablo life Hold mistaken and depend upon it your voiuo placo thoy remained stationary on n Lit I Not quite so fast my good namo will bo known some day and it for just horo a configuration in tho wall havo not dono yet If you over will bo as good as mine But what is gavo a whirling motion to tho water mail Jbrvutlu n word of what you havo told tlint to mo What if you really had no Tho floating block that drifted too uoar meiKluy to any living soul aud I hear namo I lovo you for yoursolf Annette this spot was inovitably drawn in and for what yon are Annotto would you onco iu thero it staid pounded up and Miii y did not fnlh his scntciico but place your happiness against so flimsy a down up and down against tho mason fliewimnll the irtro impressive for ho matter as that if I wcro nameless and ry aud tho decaying piles till it was iltMikril nntiKeralilo things yon loved mo molted qui2wnjr CONTINUED Suppose supposo somo day tho truth Prtidon up tir tho enntion is not I The rnglo the king of all birds is no- Â¬ It lias cost ino much to cay it about mo should bo known audit should ueedcd ted for its keen sight clear and distinct tn you rh 1 ivcr rnjxnt it Hut I bo degrading vision So aro those persons who use must I must v ri yru that I nm not Anncttel Ah yon havo not thought of that I Sutherlands Eaglo Kye Salvo for weak the oiilyiwjru who Lnova thin to bo tho eyes styes sore eyes of any kind orgran null If 1 hud Ltcu I Hover should Lava Oh I have thought of it often ulated lids Bold by all dealers For have tonic fur 1 thought it was better wlien I awoko at night or when I ovon sale by Short Ilaynes Cloverport that yu f linuld I wrw tho whole bcfoTO dared to dream of such great happiness Di It II McMullin McDaniels M as this bofon juii toe t uy rash step or utcpa Meyer it Co liuras Geo Hoyser Con Her volco died away to qnito a whis stantlne than henrei t i ftuwurdwlicu it would A Taylor llosetta Drury be to much moro painful to both her and per But thoso low spoken words did UweU it Co Bewleyvllle Ky W E not escape Maxeys wiping ear They Brown Irvineion Ky Jno 1 Nichols frarsdf Vtu t trntiuifl mo now1 Mr Dyo Midiimly turned opeucd the thrilled through hia whole being as GargeU Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky deaf wklok kd into the vcibulo and nothing Ijadjrter done before Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rfm tho kuowledgo that tho radiant littlo crcaturo who hung upon his nrm wns his body and soul and tho knowledge tho certainty was not enough Ho thirst ed to hear her say it Ho ixjnslstcd Tell iui Annette you love mol Is it not so Tho head sank lower still nnd sho did not reply but tho dark hair moved slightly A scarcely perceptiblo littlo nod in tho nfllrmativo was nil that sho seemed willing to vouchsafo him All at once she aroused herself and sought onco moro to break tho tender bonds that held her Sho fought so hard sho seemed so very much in enrnest that Maxey terror stricken for tho result permitted her to go When sho was free sho seemed about to leavo him but at the very threshold of tho room sho checked herself with sudden iin pulso nnd faced him It wns dusk yet Maxey could seo tho dainty features They told him plainly enough under what a storm of emotion sho was suffer Â¬ ing It seemed as if sho had intended to speak but feared to trust her voice Thero sho stood liko n timid fawn pant Â¬ ing nnd trembling Maxey hardly knowing what ho did stretched out his armB iu an imploring gesture Sho uttered a cry ran townrd him threw herself into his cmbroco and broko down completely alio sobbed Oh how I wish I wero strong ns I ought to bo ns I thought I wns I hud mado up my mind to tell you No But I cannot Oh I cannot do it I should be brave and I am n coward For your sako I should bo willing to break both our hearts if need be rather than you mako a misalliance with ma cried Maxey Not nameless no with unanswerable logic for I will givo you mine If you had a name what clso could you do but throw it nway Ho bent over His lips met hers It was thoir flrbt kiss Sho threw her amis about him witli n sudden vehemence that iu somo degree revealed to tho ns touished artist how truly his sister had spoken when sho told hiin that ho did not know tho depth of that emotional naturo which ho yearned to possess Sho cried out hysterically Oh toll mo over nnd over again till I oaimot fail to boliovo you that when tho truth about mo is known whatover it be you willnover novcr regret this step you aro taking Novcr answered Maxey who had reached state of exaltation beyond any thing ho had over experienced I swear it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Peculiar Case Periodic Attacks of Neuralgia tho Eyca In nood Co Ixmcll Mass I I write to say that I have been a sufferer for four years with neuralgia In the eyes The paint were very severe nt night causing me to suffer winter and summer alike Bometlmes a month would lapse between spells then I would b aI Troublod Every Week especially II I was up at night I am a man of regular habits 41 years o age and employed Co for Uie past seven years by Heath Springs well known merchants and bankers of this place I bought a supply of Hoods Bar apartlla used four bottles and Lellcvo I am cured W J Loxa Lancaster South Carolina Hoods Pills cure Constipation by restoring the peristaltic action of the alimentary canal and Camden Hoods1 Cures EKRON f aT wi Â¬ lv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J K Bramlett returned from Alton Ind last week Mr It A Wrather of Irvington was in town Tuesday P J Bown went to Stephensport Sun- Â¬ day to be gone two weeks Mr I N Neafus went to Louisville Monday with a car load of cattle Mrs Nichols of Jollys Station was tho guest of Mrs J D Itoberts last week Mr D S Roberts Jr and wifo went to Louisville Saturday returning Sunday Mrs Mary James of Lexington is vis- Â¬ iting her son Mr Thee Jamisthis week Mr Thomas Robeits Thee James and 7i T Cox went to Louisville Wednesday on business J T Wheatly oi Big Spring passid through town Wednesday en route home from Louisville Measles nro epidi inic iu and around Kkron now The puhliu schools are almost broken up Mr John Board who has been visit- Â¬ ing Mr B F Brown left Thursday for his home in Missouri C C Lewis agent of the Texas at Ste- Â¬ phensport wns a passenger on the east bound train Tnesdny for Louisville J D Babbage our popular editor and publisher of the Neks was a passenger ou the east bound train Friday tnorning Miss Ella Daugherty spent a few days last week with her sister Miss Mamie and returned to Owensboro Saturday night Mr Will Ashcraft our School Superintendent and Mr John Powell manager for tho Messenger attended our Literary hero Friday night Miss Mamie Daugherty and sister Miss Ella returned from Louisville Wednesday night where they had attended their Bisters wedding Mr and Mrs C 11 Blanford arrived here Sunday night from KnoxvilleiVnn to spend some time with their sister Miss Mamie Daugherty Miss Payno arrived on the Clover train Fiiday night to spend Sunday with her brother Knott Payne who is at- Â¬ tending school hero from Tip Top liar uiu county Mr B F Kendall living near Guston lied Monday morning Oi typhoid fever tie leaves a large family to mourn a kind fathers love A host of friends here ympathize with them in their loss Â¬ Â¬ Blttu M0tNt Iil OMobcr 12 1H1I1 Dear Nrws Tho dark clou 1 of hnnl times that lias hung over this country for 1 00 tho Inst year linsdlmipprnrcd nud proHper ity reigns ngntu The corn crop Is better AtlOIMX V llLUri 12I8800 100 this yrnr tlinn It lias been for years STAvRir Kmrcir Iteguliir Oo- f 00 Grain dttilt m aro engiigmg new corn at IlRtCKKKmiuiK Col ntt Fl cal tuber Term 60 nnd 51 cents pi r burhel and onls nt 1894 Court J 58 cents Thero is plenty of work for 1 00 It la cr tercel by Ilia Court that the following everjbody Hint wnnls It at good print tuina le hIIi nod and appropriated In the per l to 00 from ft per ilnv If a limit dont rnns and fr Ibe purpnei beow named atd want to woik lio niiil not Milkn this theilerllTls ordcrod to piy aime out of the Total 4170 48 country now Corn will average sixty levy of 1891 vltt Ordered thtt the following sums be allowed five buslielH in this Macon county In M Lewis work on eourt houite J and the same not being du be p Id out of the ndjiccnt counties SangntnoTiil and windows 1 74 the levy of 1895 vis Christian tho crop is not so good 1 ho T L Smith work on rock tools Horace Scott white wash brush 2 IS 40 to in atoo crop wns fine though early W V Perkins bridge on Uech Julius Hardin services as bridge Tho touin Furk 400 00 Commissioner 10 00 freezo spoiled half tho crop toe growers as well as tho stock holders Henry Rtley white waihlog 5JJ days ISO Moorman Dean Co lumber on 0 B Wilier D 8 9 51 road 30 48 in the canning frctory all look blti This L Wroe D S 7 00 W T Cannon same 29 75 Tho canning factory turned out from McQIolblan Urns W H Dean powder fuse Ao 12 00 pauper coffin 2 25 10000 to 25000 cans pi r day This was Same moving Emily Drown to Depot 1 35 to Aexander A Pile same my first experience in tho toiuatoo busiJrS McCoy hauling rock 4 days 12 00 R M Jolly lumber on road 39 20 ness The job is all right if a man had F K IlhodesS B 0 IS 20 Rufus D Cain powder fuse Ac 3 10 two backs ono to put on in the morning YV S Lennln painting court house R WOwen lumber Ao on Rock and one nt noon doors e 4 00 Lick brldgs U 00 Its funny to attend the political meetÂ¬ D W Henry powdr fuse Ao SO 00 JTJunes joodito to MSimmons 3 25 ings and listen to the Iubs and Denis Sam Dlx bridge over Avits branch 1 SO 59 70 J D Beeler lutrber on road tell what and who mado theso hard Same two days work on same 3 Or Julius Duttcbke same 2 58 times Tho Pubs say that tho Demo- Â¬ Gills Parkerattentlon to publloprlvy IS 00 Breckenrldge News printing 42 66 Wilson bill did It Tho Short Jt Ilaynes paint for 3 bridges S3 SO M Hamman 4 12 00 crats and the super coffins E M Bartles work on bridge 7 SO Payne Cu tools powder Ao II 25 Democrats say the Republicans and the Jas Tlnlui lumber on roid 2 SO R L Nevrsom lumber for bridge Ac IS 70 McKlnloy bill did It so thero thoy nre D Ilambleton lumber on road D Ilambleton Inquest on Will Mor- Â¬ I have about come to the conclusion that 8 21 P C Frank same 4 79 ton clique Is the causo of 600 the whole John II Mcflavock same 20 00 Same on Ellsha Fisher 6 00 it Pubs Dems Pops and nil Tho Pops J II Jarboe poor home keeper 272 S7 Same as bridge commissioner and say if we would elect such men as Kelly Sam Gilbert Carlos for Jennie Wal Â¬ work 8 days 16 00 nnd Coxey to Congress we could all lace 900 Shellman Bros medicine to Jennie join tho army and be littlo angels They Ur M Hoard poorhouse commis1 55 Wallace would bo liko the old parties when they sioner 10000 Dr David White medical attention got to Congress they would bo the littlo Kd Tobln work on court house win Â¬ to same 5 00 angels and the people could go to Imili s dow J5 Dis Ktncheloa Board modlclne Tho state fair at Springfield has just M Meyer trustee for Fred Tamer 20 00 to jtll 4 15 closed This is its first year nt the capi- Â¬ Same medicine to poer house 35 90 A Snelling AlfTavIor 6 SS tal city It was a success from start to 97 00 Ur AI Hoard attention to paupers Frank Fralie 30 00 J E MattlDgly Old Kentucky carried off several finish Same Same 27 00 prisoners Marlon Dean 10 00 prizes in the stock show When it B F Beard Dillon A Co pump Same Catherine Greg fast horses pretty cry 2 50 comes to fine stock chain Ac 4 00 Same trustee for Mrs Henry Cox women old Kentucky is in tho push 4 00 B F Beard A Co goods Ao to jail W C Moorman trustee for Julius 110 85 Not snylag that thero isnt any pretty and poor house D C Moorman cffln Ao fur Hannah Moorman 13 00 girls in this country no no you can Lloyd 5 00 scaro cm out of the prairie gross any Frank Fey ton trustee for Jas Qulg- gins 27 10 S W Parsons services and interest where But say dont mention it For Jonej trustee for Wesley on money Cbss 5 00 fear of the waste basket I will close 1 50 Same wrk on bridge Beaty 23 00 Success to tho Nkws 1 65 Mlcajah Robblns trustee fur Louis Miller A Co 2 drills Yours Reepectfully Bobbins 30 00 Dr A M KIncheloe condemning J II Carter S P Drury trustee for Mrs Old 10 00 nuisance ISdays It N Milter for Silas Bright 18 days Lltsie Bellnood for Tbos Belhrood 18 dsys J W Jarrctt fur Ray Prellen 18 days C E Hsswell for Cbas Carman IS days F Fralte for Mary MeManaway 18 days W H Smith T LFralth for 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Ammons Same trustee for Eliza Flpps B F Beard for bridge dry bed sink 10 77 II 9 Dr A A Simons same R T Dempster same 10 00 10 00 Jabri Ilaynes trustee 1V sy yAwrftfAy yj giiS yiiAw for Ellsha 70 00 3 00 111 00 3 00 1 ing S DcJernette jailor fees W E llhodes hauling rock fc S W Parsons trustee for Mrs W J Glasscock and children Milt Tate 4 pauper ctffin W H Moorman trustee for A Lewis nnd wife Witt Conrad work fur bridge Jasper Dyer rent election 1893 Albert Bennett work on bridge W I Taul arrest o of Jas Roberts C M McGlothlan painting three Mat Ray to poor house Jacob Severs bal due od lumber N M Kyler 2 sign boards Same painting Stephensport bridge A R Miller work on bridge Roberts Blaln Co nails Ac fur 200 00 215 95 22 SO 72 00 10 00 SO J J Brown Mullen work on bridge Moorman Dean A Co for lumber C C Martin bridge commissioner M 2 days 00 2 00 3 00 6 00 Harnod same 1 day T W Anderson arrest Ao Ernest Duwell D Ilambleton 3 da a bridge comr A R Fl her for Marion Duin Dr S P Parks attention to Louis Geo SO 4 00 4 50 19 10 1 In I Poor means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected 1 Dont play with Natures greatest gift health 4 00 13J 00 3 00 1 Robblns Dr R 11 MoMullen attention to L O Hornbaok Dr J T Hendrlok attention to Wesley Craig Dr R T Dempster attention to Jul- Â¬ ius Moorman Same attention to Hannah Lloyd Same attention to Jas Qulggins 0 W Beard A Son goods Ao to Jail and Mrs Pulllam J W Jarrett 11 days bridge comr R Q Robertson 2 days same R B Cox 10 days as bridge comr Bradley Gilbert A Co ISO copies road law King Iron Bridge Co examine Clo- Â¬ verport bridge J P Severs lumber on road J E Monaroh services fur Fiscal Court work including October term 1894 D Oj Moorman bal expense Hannah Lloyd D SO Health If V bridges Roland A Smith 5 00 4 50 7 1 50 2 SO 125 00 C 00 50 00 2 00 41 00 21 bridg Jas Crawford hauling lumber fcr bridge D Ilambleton horse hire C E Haswell tfuitcs for Ktza Beat Same Wesley Dougla Same trustee for Margaret Davis Same J M Rlehardson Same Lydla Mean Alexander Jc Pile trustee for Nancy 38 30 11 50 1 JO- 00 3 00 Browns out of iinrtft wffi and cenerallv ex hausted neivouv and cant work uegm ai ouccian wg the most rell ble strengthenii jouarcleeliiiE j 15 00 15 00 4 17 13 54 51 14 40 00 17 17 48 15 8 45 21 05 Iron Bitters Dyspepsia Neuralgia N- - pleasant 150 00 1 titik lirouns Iron Cil lers A lew bot- Â¬ tles cure benefit comes from the verv first dose if wont slain your and 1 to take Bramlett Same trustee fur Fred Tamer J M Mattingly trustee for Chas 28 00 IS 00 IS 02 ISO It Cures Kidney and Liver Troubles Constipation Bad Blood Malaria Nervous ailments Womens complaints Get onlv the genuine It has crossed red lines on tho wrapper All others are sub- lliuipa I rrr n ai lurn p imnw will send set of Ten Beautiful Vorlda Pair Views and book free I 10 Stewart Same trustee for Juhn M MtQuady Andrew Crawford trustee for Bet tie Hawkins Same trustee for Addle Foote W E Brown trustee for Wesley Craig Mich Meyer trustee for Juhn Hlbbs Sam Payne trustee fur Susan Payne Wm Vest trustee for J E Mat- Â¬ Ilambleton justice M 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 4 4 days 12 00 12 00 12 00 12 00 12 00 12 00 12 00 9 00 12 00 12 00 12 00 J J Mullen W Jarrett Martin Drane 00 14 r5 R B Cox Riley Doweil C C H 4 25 80 CO 60 00 25 00 HC Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Every mother should know that croup wood can be prevented Tho first symptom of truo croup is hoarseness This is fol- Â¬ Thos Adkisson settling with county Superintendent lowed by a peculiar rough cough Jf hamberlaiuB Cough Remedy is given Same as county Judge to November 1st 1894 reely as soon as the child becomes ioarse or even after the cough has de Jas W Miller county Superintend ent tdoped it will prevent tho attack 25 J E Monarch clerk fee uid 50 cent bottles for sale by A R Anderson Pool rock work at Jail Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kjncheloe David R Murray expense to Frank Â¬ k Board Hardinsburg Ky fort Â¬ tingly Same trustee for Catherine Gregory Jas Matthews hauling dirt N M Carwlle arrest og Ac Wu Philips John Nevltt arrest Ac Frank Small 8 00 1 Sam W Parsons C F Black Bon T Miller RG Robertson R S Wilier viewer BROWN CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE MD iMwAv SrVJ on read 00 CSRobertson JohnTCompton 4 St 7 00 18 00 J C S T Parsons Jatboe McQuffin day day 1 day 1 day 2 days 1 1 00 00 iiELICfiTE - 1 100 1 100 2 00 ufferln from LEUCOBRH EA or WHITES rill fiud immediate relief and permanent cure by usim WJfO R L 350 00 679 50 98 SO John Alexander Rod Butler J A Barry V Hardin L 0 Bradley R M Parsons Clyde Hicks J W Storms U B Crltchlow ldy I day Dr LeRoys rn lday 2 100 100 100 2 00 days day 1 day 1 day 1 100 100 1 1 ou can treat yourself at home No Phyiician eceisary Nopaln No incomemence The Wafers re applied locally diwllnif and distributing directly upon the afflicted parts We guarantee an absolute I UM M 9Mml Mm Tliic -r i iuu treatment consists oi C i three formulas A B and Ci Uterine Wafers A 00 00 00 SO rmU lday 1 2 00 5 00 S S day 100 1 tanlg iJv frloa Xaeh S200 Per Box or O Boxes for SOOO aouciiea Kcirrcnce lurniihed C THE ROYAL CHEMICAL CO 103 BROADWAY CINOIN oT Formula II rr n Mnt east HTere eawt fr marewere etawa ario lday Â¬ GARRETT Farmers are about done sowing wheat Mr Wm Illlf went to Brandenburg Tuesday F K Rhodes same L Casbman same M Board same Same as eonnty Httorney to Nov 1894 00 00 A copy 5 00 1 Total attest i Johk E MoKARcn 12188 C B if EEDY Tea and LASTING RESULTS 0 C 291 R2 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Squire Payne of Tip Top was hero his week Mr Gene Guedry was in town last Wednesday Mr Jim Bland our clever assessor was hero Friday The health of the neighborhood is generally good Mr Henry Redman of Flaherty was In town Tuesday Mrs J G Shacklelt spent one day this week with her son Rod Mrs Anna Funk and daughter spent last Sunday in Garnettsville A drummer for tho Arm and Hammer brand soda was in town this week Miss Dora Illlf and Mr Joe UIU at Â¬ tended church at Ekron last Sunday Miss Julia Ritchlo and sister spent one night this woek witli Mrs Crutchei Mr Jim Arnold Populist candidate for County Clerk was in town Wednesday Aunt Sallio Wale has come to mako her home with her daughter Mrs Laura liurch Dr W T Miles wife and baby spent last Sunday in Ekron the guest of Dr Shacklett and family It has been sometime since I have written for tho paper but thought I would try again and perhaps I could write something of interest Mary Squires for Susan Asklns May 23 to June 11 W T Cannon forEira Carwlle Stay 23 tu June 11 0 0 Martin for W D St Clair 18 100 I 00 1 1 1 days Same for Juhn El Clair 18 days M Blaln for Rebeit Miller 18 days W G Bandy for Wm Perks 18 00 00 00 00 01 J days E Manaroh fur D W 1 days Brers 18 1 UIIM0MMMMMMMMMWi 1 ER6URIAL PO SON blood disorders Â¬ Is the result of the usual treatment of Tba system la tilled with Mercury and Potash remedies more to be dreuded than the disease and In a short while is In a far worao condition than before Tho moat common reeuii is for wbleh 8 6 B U tba moat reliable will afford relief cure A few bottle where all else ha failed or Mercurial iron severe tunr4sai lay aaruis audaiiaox being swollen s umatt Dior loan iwica inair natural ilia cbu sing pains Ispenlbaad redis T L When the children drink bad water and eat too much green frujt or have the stomach ache or diarrhoea from any cause you neednt be alarmed about them If you will get a 25c 50c bottle of Or Bolls Anti Flux they will be at play in half hour after tho first doeo Forsalo by Short Ilaynes Cloverport Dr It II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer o Burns Geo Heyser Constat- tlie A Taylor llosetta Drury Bennett A Co BewltyvllleKy W K Brown Irvington Ky Jno 1 Nichols Oar field Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky t WO inconvenience Simple sure ABOOiVIIlT this from any Injurious substance tola M Tiinsi itinflirvua vvnTtMsn We GUARANTEE CURE or refund dur moner ATPEOPLEr lJ 1lliVSr V BE8T IN QUALITY CKE3IONT MKSICAJU CO Boston Mass 08T IN QUANTITY WORMS WHITES GREW Has led all WORM Rnmarllaa EVERY I0TTLE GUARANTEED1 SOLD BY AU UKVOOISTN fnairtd Sv ictuinso MSUICIIB c6 ST tons VERMIFUGE FOR YEARS 20 Democratic Speaking Tho following parties will speak on the political Issues of Uie day as follows D It Murray Mooleyville Wednes Â¬ day Oct 31 130 p m Bewleyvllle Thursday Nov 1 130 p m Custej Friday November 9 130 p in McDan- Â¬ iels Saturday November 3 130 p ru Gus Brown Webster Saturday Oct 27 130 p in Irvington Saturday Oct 27 7 p in Itock Vale Saturday Nov 3 130 p m Jno K Monarch Glendeane Satur-Â¬ day Oct 27 130 p in Stephensport Saturday Nov 3 130 p m Cloverport Saturday Nov 3 730 p m By Obdjbr Dbmocratio Comhitthk r RHEUMATISM 1 Â¬ the noaiezerostatlBsi or dollaia without reuor ui US Inr a few bottles of 1 Improved rapl4lrand now a wall man iu eompletsly eured I ean nearuir reom mend your wonderful medicine to anyone amteied with this painful dlMase UAUYrooklyn BlevaUd H B W Oar Treatise on Blood and Ikla DUsesss caallsd to anr eddrM f r BWirr mmmmmmmmmmmmm ilH sriciric CO Atfosttd fi I I K- - mU f - it Haja n 1 nlssfei Mi ti njtVl i Tit tto Uilir r ft WjMlir lit tiMT HI TTWI WJfJ hjT tvwy 7 it jmpr V Tyr1 IN iTi BWf1- WjPjglW f jfffp r yy K1Y THE BRKOKKKR1DOK NEWS OTOVRJPOHLT tt4 ATTORNEY AT LAW OIOVKMOKT Dice Gus Brown KY villi rnvlil R Murray oBice one donr uliore lust M Irs Mary Overton is very sick wjth fever Mr II L Sliulir is very sick with typhoid fever Master Freddie tIIuy sin of Mr F N DHuy we learn is very sick with POLITICS HANCOCK PRANDENBURG John Powell is giving us a good paper Father Herbuth Is still sick in Cincin- Â¬ nati Mr and Mrs W II Gough were in Loulsvlllo last week Airs George Clatkson spent Sunday with Mrs II 0 Woodson Mr A W Moremens hoist1 salo was largely attended last Friday J L Miilln has returned from n busi ness trip to Owensboro and Evausvillo Mr and Mrs John Nevitt of Irving tin were at Mrs It II Nevilts last Â¬ MONEY Sooms to Bo typhoid fever Ktigcno Kingsbury and II V Duncan aro in Holt this week building n lioim WKDNKSOAY OfJTOllKU 21 180t forW D Holt E 13 ICdgur the jeweler hits nn veil to Notico to Subscribers Owoiiflioro which pin re he will make the iate nn the Indcl Inillcalrt the time to his future homo I hit MTVCl whlihjour nilikCllptlon i pllil both an n rrcilpt all txpllitlim notice every A It Sklllman it n very sick young Kxamjic tlic date printed alter vour week name on the margin of lhl paper anil see If it Is man yet He was thought to be n little If not correct please to let ut know If correct your time hai expired plcise renew at once better yesterday Jo Mullen is a hustler when it comes to running a Democratic convention LOCAL BREVITIES Ho knows how to bring Ills men into lino and carry things his way Tlio leader lalnco taloon Now pickles at tlio City Bakery Thero is in p ogress now at the colored Baptist church a revival conducted by Cos Tlio fruit depot is at Itledo It sv Siplock Tho meeting has been Ladies cloaks for all ages Sulzers quite a success So far there have been Pickled pigs feet at Kiedel Cos fourteen conversions Sweet mixed pickels at Itfcdcl Cos Mre 11 V Duncan has started a Childrens outfitters of all kinds Sul- branch store at Ouston Indies in that zers vicinity who wisli anything in tho mil- Â¬ Schooner of bcor livo cents Palace linery lino will find it to their interiBtto Saloon call and examine her goods And still they go the pretty overcoats Whenever tho little children tho la Â¬ at Sulzers We lead and others follow Palace dles or the big men want something to regulate their liver or euro constipation saloon Tlio Methodist parsonage has been and biliiousness Dr Hells Tiny Tonic Tablets is what tlmy must have They painted Watch for our uhrislmas ad Palace cure and you never feel it Purely vegeta ble 25c a vial everywhere For sale Saloon Dr llaynes Cloverport Just keep in the procession it leads by Short K II McMullin McDanielsM Meyer to Sulzers the peoples friend Co Burns Geo Hoyser Constan- Â¬ No fake what wo Bay goes Palace tino j A Taylor Itosetta Drury Bennett Saloon Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown The flnefct liquors and coldest beer at Irvington Kyj Jno P Nichols Garfield Pophauis saloon J II Duwces merchant Itock Vale Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky went to Louisville Friday to buy goods PERSONAL All the popular drinks at popular prices at the Palace Saloon James Ualllgnn went to Holt yesterday Go to the City Bakery for currants J F Asklnr of Patcsvllle was in the city nice cleaned one Friday Tom McOill Dont forget the narao and place east Hnrdlnsburg waa ia the oily Sunday end iron bridge Palace saloon Edgar Adklsson Lodiburg was In town The coldest beer in the city to quench Saturday your thirst at the Palace Saloon Miss Narnio Witt fi visiting reUllvcs In If you want the best whisky for medi Â¬ Louisville cal purpose call at Ialaco Saloon John liurks of llondcrson arrived in the John Blytho was in town Saturday taking tho assessment for State and city juterday Mill Snlllo Davis returned home from Louis county vlllo last wenk Why bother with making bread when J U Monarch of HarJIniburg was in the you can get it hot every day at the City city yesterday Bakery Miss Nannie Hoard larfiold Is visiting Dr Irish potatoes aro selling in Owensboro Frymlre Patcsvllle at Co and 70 cents per bushel from Mrs Ken Vtathen was in Irvington Candidates for Congress and The County Offices Havo a Lively Round at llawesvillo Olardy Knocks Sebreo Out On Sugar Tho All Absorbing With Pooplo Tho Breckenridge News Topic Impression Sale A very pleasing impression is made by Â¬ Â¬ wagons A cup of hot cofltio and some dough- Â¬ nuts make a good lunch Try it at the V V fcr -- i City Bakery Your homo for tho winter can be mado brighter with a new carpet and lace cur- Â¬ tains Sulzers Wantku Twenty five good meu to get out railroad ties Apply to Geo Gootee Pettit Ky Now on hand three thousand largo pints cork screw with every battle only 50 cents Palace saloon Mr Amel Oelzo has built a green house in his yard This means flowers all the winter Pophams saloon is both flip and fly though thero arc no flies on it Up with the times Try egg flipAustin Popham oldest son of M F Popham who has been sick of typhoid fever for ten days is no better Every family should bo provided with a bottle of Ayers Cherry Pectoral It is a specific for colds and coughs Wo guarantee all goods sold if not satisfactory return them and get your money Palace saloon Fou Sale Ono good yoke of cattlo well broken For particulars apply to Addison Dick Addison Ky Wasted feelings the discomfort a lady has in a poorly fitting shoe our select stock makes it easy to fit you I dont put of until Christmas what I can do to day I can give you a good drink any time Conw in now M F Popham Not a spasmodic burst of bargains but an endless and continual circuit of bar- Â¬ gain tho wholo year round Sulzers Miss Allieno Murray is becoming to bo quite a deft oarsmen on the la belle Ohio these lovely October afternoons Henry Solbrig has been on tho sick list for two weeks Ho is out and going around but with a little lees lleth than usual Burrel ffeard was in town last Thurs- Â¬ day Retting pointers on the election Its mighty bard for Burrel to keep still in an election JIis3 Brook Stephens one of Holts most fascinating and charming young ladies took tea with Miss Allieno Mur- Â¬ ray Monday evening Miss Laura Hale entertained some of her friends Friday evening Quite a number were present and passed tho evening quite pleasantly DAn Brooks one of the best stockmen in tho country cays it wont bo six mouths before cattle will be worth double what they are now Ohildron read Sulzers prize essay contest in this paper tho contest Isopen for all Echool children Tho doll and engine aro worth working for The God Fortune Gas Co npany lias contracted for a new gas well It will bo put down on A It Fishers store lot Times aro surely getting better The old soldi rs had a pleasant reun- on out at Balltown Saturday There were about ICO preeeut John P Has well Jr was tho Orator of the day Charley Hall of this city was arrested h re last Saturday charged with house Â¬ breaking at Irvington Ilia examining trial came up at Hardliuburg Monday He ovening and lie was released proved a perfect alibi and while his accuser D T Smith swore that lie waa ia the woods near Irvington uon last WeJawiky Hall proved that lie waa in Comport bat day and he also proved whws Ke vm on Tuesday night tlte time of tlte robbery - Owensboro Thursday Rev S Shelly went to Holt yesto day t hold a protracted meeting Mrs F J Kerry and Miss Nunnls Murrajr went to Louisville Thursdy Miss Mary Holt Is tho guest of Miss Mary Dulaney Louisville Truth Mr and Mrs J A Witt of Hardlnsburg are in the city visiting relatives Mrs Orfilo Dollavcn of Owensboro is the guest of Mr and Mrs J 11 Dellaven Mrs Amelia Cowdcn Is visiting her daugh- Â¬ ter Mrs Marlon Ilyan Jiflersouville lnd Mr and Mrs S K Mattingly Millwood were visiting her sister Mrs J J Dyer last week Mrs J A Marry and her alster ln law Miss Hose Uury are visiting rlatives in Big llend Mrs John Durks and chlldron are visiting her father and mother Mr and Mrs W 11 Downier Quite a number of Oneniboro people were passengers on the cast bound train yesterday for Louisville Mrs Ellta Allen and Miss Kate Oglesby are visiting tholr brother Mr Oeo Oglesby near Owensboro Mr and Mrs Rlobard Mays of Webster were In the city Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs Harney liobler Mrs J A Mayhall and sons Level and llrscoo art visiting her father Mr L T Williams Owensboro llawesvillo and CannelUn were uell retire ented here Sunday it being dedication of the new Catbollo Chutcli Mr ltlobard Mays of Webster was in the city Saturday and purohased thirty head of sheep from Mr Silas Lillard Miss Maud Herndon after a pleamnt visit of several weeks in this oty the guest of the Misses Murray returned homo Mondiy Mr Marion llumbleton and wife returned last week from a two weeks visit to Glasgow and vicinity They report a very pleasant time Mr and Mrs Eugene Hajnesand dauh ter Miss Ruth have returned from Uas City lnd They are now visiting her mother Mrs Hunter of Simple Ky Dr Henry Y Slaton of Oretnvllle and Miss May Dennis youngest daughter of Iter Q W Dennis of Louisville were married last Thursday Owensboro Messenger Mr and Mrs II 0 Uoyd and her attract ive little daughter Miss Isabella of Wash ington D 0 were the guoits of his father and mother Mr and Mrs Alex Jloyd last Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ week Mrs 0 P llabbtge returned from Lousvllle Saturday night She reports her ion Pitts as able to walk out of bis room and improving lowly It will be some time yet before he is able to come homer A Prize Essay Contest We want to know what the little folks And In have to say about our store order to get their opinion we will make One to a littlo girl two nice presents and tho other to a littlo boy who will wrUfeUho best essay on tho subject we nafTfeT Each week we will print in tills space as many of tho letters ae wo can and keep it up until all are published On January 1st tho present will be made to tho winners OUR OFFER To the little girl who will writo tlio best essay on Why I like to trade at we will make the winner a Sulzers present of a nice dressed Doll Tho doll is a perfect beauty and was the pick out of several hundred It has long curley hair brown oyes and pretty teeth all dressed out in a regular traveling suit To the little boy who will write tho beet essay pn Why do people go to Sulzers We will give a nlee Steam Engine obi that will whistle blow off steam and run small machinery It Ie a peifect working model of a real big engine Write only on one slUe of your paper make your essay short not to exceed over fifty words SULZKU8 Address Advertising Department dricks near Guston Mrs Richard Herndon and Mrs John Wimp spent Friday with Mrs Martin and Miss Jennie Hardin It pays to advertise In this column Tho lltlo bluo hnt was found and de- Â¬ livered to Mrs J W It Mrs Jesse Clarkson and children Big Spring visited Mis E Wimp and Mrs S P Woolfolk last week him Albert Moremen has sold his ofllco op They all spoke hero this evening posite the court houso to the County and Judge Turner joining in The sugar ep it will bo used for county olliccra isode did not occur here but tho able Mr Eil Yeakel has bought tho Bowland efllctive manner in which Clardy ing property a littlo oil of Main St handled the issues lias caused much en Â¬ from Dr Marlittic who will go back to A very thusiasm in local Democracy Alabama large crowd was in town today and the Mr Elijah Ashcraft of Liuisville was county candidates were gathering in hero last week also Mnj Ashe aft of their work also There isnt a shadow and Mis Dr Jones from Maof doubt as to the election of tho entire Paducah sonic Home Democratic ticket as led by Judge Taber Little Edwin Hodge of Henderson is Tho Democratic county committee staying with his aunt Mrs Ginnitt met in tho editorial rooms of tho Clarion Phillips while his father and mother are this morning at 10 oclock and nomina Â¬ in Cincinnati ted T M White n prominent young at- Â¬ Mr B S Clarkson and son of Big torney here for representative to fill tho Spring Mr John Wimp Robt Herndon tho unexpired term of Hon It E Hawes resigned So far no other party lias of Irvington attended tho horse sale of A W Moremens made a nomination for this ofllco Deo Pusoy is in tho County Clerks Some folks will think that Dr Bells office and will serve you while Mr R II Pino Tar Honey is no better than the Nevitt is out talking to the people about common cough remedies until they try his coming election Mrs Dick Sliacklett of Oak Grove is it Thou they will know for themselves that its tho best on earth For sale by in Louisvillo to seo her sons Charlie Short A llaynes Cloverport Dr It and Henry who aro there attending dental and medical colleges II McMullin McDanielsjM Meyer Mr and Mrs Elvico Wimp are very Co Buros Geo Heyser Constantino happy in the possession of a baby boy A Taylor KosetU Drury Bennett Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown Irv- Â¬ Mrs Wimp is at her fathers Judge J ington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield F Woolfolk Meado Springs There has been and will be in the Ky A It Motris Big Spring Ky next mouth a brisk market for wedding gifts So our merchants had bettor have CUSTER a supply of souvenirs for brides Mr Charlie Pate the huxter calls to Its a grand pass port to havo a good see us once a week sister When ever Im introduced to Uncle JefTBruuer is on the sick list at the preachers its This is Mrs Phillips the present writing sister and I pass hands down Mr Bill Stiles tho whisky and tobacco Miss Daisy Mclntyre has a music class man called to see us lost week at Ekron Daisy was always one of my brag scholars Mr George Hall went to West View sonscientious and thorough nnd Ekron is to bo congratu- Â¬ last Saturday to see his best girl Dentists Messrs Greg and Thompson lated Sirocco was in town last week and I were here last week doing some work understand ho didnt look scared nor Mr William Tuell and wife spent Sun Â¬ very much laceracd except his side day last with Oscar Alexander and wife where ho had applied the mustard Mr Luther Marrand sister aro visiting plaster in Green county this week their former A donation party at tho parsonage last homo Friday night was well attended and tlio Messrs John and Jack Harrington are preachers family came in for n number visiting friends nnd relatives at Vint of things that conduco to tho comfort of Grove and Muldraugh tho inner man Wo all liko Bro Walton Married at the residence of the brides and hopo tlio impression is mutual The Democratic nominees for County father on last Sunday Mr Dan Thorn and District ofllces begin their addresses hill and Miss Claro Carman Mr Bruce of Louisville delivered a to day Wednesday at Garnettsvillo speech for the benefit of tho poor man and will wind up here November 3d Populists and Republicans aro invited to last Thursday night at this place participate In these discussions Mr Cal Pickerell got ono of his fingers Mr John 0 Walkers remains were almost torn from his hand whilo trying brought iicro last Tuesday for interment to check an unruly cow which lie was His children accompanied tlio body of driving their dearly beloved father and were Mr Michael Meyer has purchased Mr glad though under sad circumstances Foss Lyons property and will move hero to meet old friends and be in their birth Custer will then placo again sometime in March iiave two stores A pretty autumn wedding will take Wo are Borry to announce tho death of place at the Catholic church Tuesday Leo Davis who lived on tho plains near October Oth at 5 oclock Tho contract- Â¬ here Ho was a good boy and liked by ing parties Mr E F Alexandor and all who knew him Miss Mary Frances Rhodes A hundred Alexander Pile havo on hands a full invitations aro out for tlio reception at No invitations to the church supply of fall and winter goods Dont 530 come in unless you want to bo forced to everybody welcome I notico in the Messenger that Judge buy something You cannot resist their 0 C Fairleigh has announced himself low prices Gilbert Pilo made a flying trip homo as a candidate for County Attorney at Mr Fairleigh last week to seo his parents Ho loves the Novombor election old home and will not stay away over is an able lawyer and has mado us an ex- Â¬ his two weoks He Bays ho can truly say cellent police judge He has been reared in the county ofllces and no man is bet there is no place liko homo ter acquainted with the duties and responsibilities of a county ofllcial and Tho way to cure a cough is to stop tho if elected will serve the people efllciently A notable marriage to morrow Thurs- Â¬ coughing Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey cuts loose the mucous heals tho lungs day at the Gait House will be that of Â¬ Annie and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip Capt Joe Phillips to Miss Meade L Fon taine Capt Phillips is a county cough in one night For sale by Short man and here in our old town is whore A HaynesCloverport Dr It II McMul- Â¬ ho commenced stepping towards wealth lin McDanlels M Meyer A Co Buras Ills first wife was a Miss McGehee and they A Taylor for many years to Mrresided on the farm Geo Heyser Constantino now belonging J K Ditto Mr Itosetta Drury Bennett A Co Bewley- Â¬ Phillips went to Cairo then to Memphis Kansas and late of Chicago where ho is vllle Ky W E Brown IrylngtonKy Juo P Nichols Garfield Ky A It a familiar figure on the Board of Trade He is quiet gentlemanly but very Morris Big Spring Ky cordial and pleasant Annie is a young lady of prepossessing appearanco quite to Hear From Home Wants intelligent and a bright conversationalist Skiubct Cow Oct 1891 Mr John She will graco the circlo into which alio A tour through the will bo introduced Will you please South and then to California will con Babbago Dear Sir send my paper from Bewleyville Ky to stitute tho honey moon trip and next Accept Selbort Colo Kit Carson county Wo ytar across the deep bluo sea would liko to havo the old county news warmtst congratulations Last Wednesday at Owonsboro Father In our Western home we like very well Fitzgerald united In marriage Mr Fonnio so far and would liko to havo some of tho Rhodes to Miss La Ho Parr of Chenault Kentucky folks como out and livo witli They arrived here on tho up train and were met at the depot by a party of Yours truly us tho friends John F Bandy grooms and conducted to and home of tlio parents Mr Mrs Win RbodiB whero a surprise reception was E W Bagby a prominent Jawyor of tendered the happy couple Only Inti Â¬ Paducah Ky says that Dr Bolls Pino mate young friends of the groom were Tar Honey cured his children of whoop- Â¬ Invited which made qulto an assemblage In full ing cough when all things else failed The table was beautiul trailing blown roses bursting buds vines a new remedy for all coughs For luscious fruits tempting confectionery Its A llaynes Cloverport Dr and frosted cake meats and salads galoro gale by Short The bride McDanieis M Meyer abounded on side tables R II McMullin Heyser Constan Â¬ woro Catherine Mermet roees present Â¬ Co Buras Geo ed by Mrs Blanche Fontaine The pres Â¬ tino A Taylor Itosetta Drury Bennett ents were many and consisted of silver Brown A Co Bewleyville Ky W E glass china linen and furniture I ran over for a peep at the table and pres Â¬ Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield ents as all reporters will before the re- Â¬ Ky j A It Morris Big Spring Ky ception hour Mre La He Parr Rhodee Is i yery pretty and has the reputation of School book and school supplies Bab being a very amlablle and lovable per Â¬ beges FoniileU our Deputy Sheriff and son hae many friends who unite in good wlshee for a life of ueefulnefa and hap Â¬ Dr Ctum Baking Powtlr piness HlfsM Hit Awl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lluvtsviuK Kv Ool 10 Hancock is lolling with politics Yesterday Claiily and Seh red arrived in the county and spoke at Patcsvllle Turner having filled an appointment below here Patcsvllle is tho stronghold of Republicanism in the county Clardy wiped up tho earth witli Sebrec Ho set a trap for the street- Â¬ car mngnato and landed him easily Se Â¬ breo roasted tlio Democratic party on the sugar question and in his reply Clardy asserted that sugar was now cheaper than it hail been for eighteen months Sehrce denied it and Clardy had a Re publican to riso in tlio audience and xtato that ho had just bought -- 1 pounds In Cloverport for 1 The audlenco wont wild and Clardy mado many votes sev Â¬ eral Republicans being outspoken for Somo Moro Viows From a Pop- Â¬ ulist Concerning It TAKES ISSUE WITH BUSH AND P Friday Mrs Ltazie has a regular conservatory I dont know whero you can see as many pretty llowers Mrs Liz71o Board and Mrs E Dowdy spent last Thursday witli Mrs Bob HenÂ¬ R S Especial Bargain Offerings in Biiandkmiuiui Ky Oct 15 Editor Nkws Believing that your paper is im Â¬ partial in giving nil a volco in Its columns I ask the indulgenco of a small space though I never beforo contributed a line to any paper Believing witli the Pop- Â¬ ulist party that tho monoy question is now the priino issue I desire to set forth some views concerning it In your issue of Oct 10 I saw a letter over the signature of C P Bush who says that paper money would drive coin out Well now suppose coin docs go out of the country Nations aro merely aggregates of individuals and aro govern ed and ruled by much tlio tunio laws that control individuals No man gets a coin out of my pocket that I dont get nn equivalent for in somo way shape or form Other nations will not get the coin from us unless they havo something that we would rather havo than the coin Other countries must havo some Â¬ thing to exchange for the coin The next proposition he lays down is that during our civil war coin went out of cir- Â¬ culation Now when lie said this lie told an unvarnished truth The same Is true not only of our civil war but of nil war No war or emergency was over carried on with gold In support of this proposition I quote from tho works of Senator Ingalls one of the greatest scholars of the age No people in n great emergency ever found n faithful ally in gold It is the most cowardly of all metals It makes no treaty it does not break In times of panic and calamity shipwreck and disaster it becomes the agent and minis- Â¬ ter of ruin In our own ciil war it is doubtful if the gold of New York and London did not work us greater injury than the powder lead and iron of the rebels It wa the most invincible enemy of the public credit It was wortli most when our fortunes were tlio lowest But as iHiial when danger had been averted nnd tho victory secured gold swagger to tlio Iront anil assorts the Again ho said supremacy the legal Do tender greenbacks sent gold up is undoubtedly wrong It was that inÂ¬ Â¬ Sulzers FALL WINTER FOOTWEAR The Ladies will find these styles noc only exceedingly comfortable which is a first consideration but also econom- Â¬ ical which is a consideration that crowds first place and holds well throughout the entire list Mens Childrens Ladies Misses FOOTWEAR In Great Profusion iii i m m jsiDw ti IIRHEI ii skirl i IB is fcijstj jilte3PBMsss HEusjpB - Prka Vtir fernal exception clause that sent greenbacks down The Populists hold that a paper money issued by the govern ment and mado a legal tender for all debts public and private would not tie nreciato and the greenbacks which were issued previous to the passage of tho ex- Â¬ ception clauso establishes tho fact that It will not Tho grrenbacks which were issued beforo tho exception clause was placed on them did not depreciate and was always on a par with gold But thoso that wero issued subsequent to tho passage of tho exception clauso did de Â¬ preciate Now let us ask what was it that depreciated tho greenbacks Somo politicians tell us becauso the Democrats cried them down Others tell us because so many wero issued W3 could not re Â¬ deem them Now my friends if tlio best men in our state Bliould givo his notes and then refuse to rcciovo them as debts duo him would it have any other effect than to deprcciato his notes Again ho says the flat of tho govern- Â¬ ment does not add to tho vuluo of mator I answer iul contained in tho dollar neither should tho material iu tho dollar add to tho purchasing power of the monoy A yard stick made of gold will measure no more cloth than a yard stick made of wood My friend Bush again tells us that experience has proved that tho best money known to tho world is coin Now friends I boliovo experience has taught that coin money Is tho very worst money known to the civilized world Coin monoy is tho most cowardly money in existence Just as soon as a war cloud appears all the coin monoy disappears This was true in our last war Tho gov- Â¬ ernment wni bound to put down tho re- Â¬ bellion call out troops feed clothe and arm them To carry this into eilect would require a vast amount of money All tho money of tho land was hoarded In shylocks coffers When tho government asked for money wall street bank- Â¬ ers would not let their money out without tho government would pay them from thirty to thlrty slx per cent Interest The government would not submit to such infamous demands and went to So work and issued money of her own you see all coin was out of circulation beforo a greenback was issued If coin is the best monoy why is it that the bankers aro so willing to exchange their Hero is a coin for government bonds question for you advocates of speclo basis toanswir Why Is it that a bond rest- Â¬ ing on tlio faith ami credit of this nation is good aud the bankets can not get enough to satisfy tliem Yet a green Â¬ back resting on tho faith mid credit of tliosamo nation you denounce as flat money Evidently my friend Bush baa been a reader of those intrinsic value thcorios that aro as destltuto of truth as tho iceburgs of tho north aro of foliago Not bo with my friend R P S Ho seems to gnup more closely tho fundi mental prldnclpals of money Though I hardly know what ho means by money work I suppose ho means anything that will abrogate a promise to pay dis- Â¬ charge a debt or procure the many need Â¬ ed things that we can obtain by the use of money Now if I have drawu the right conclu- Â¬ sion M to what he means by money work I differ with him on the propoil tlon that aiiytliiKIi money that doe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m HiTiBMKMBIlUBUlfc wr i 5BPfcHHiMBsWWi3sBsBB5 The Prettiest Line of Stoves This side of Louisville both Cooking and Heating can be found at B F Beard Cos With twenty five different styles To select from Very Respectfully B P BEAED HAKDINSIlUItGKY Now frionds if no tho monoy work article whatever was recognized as monoy all exchange would be carried on by exchanging commodity directly for commodity Now in this caso if the glitlemaus proposition bo true is it not clear that everything would bo monoy Again I think monoy work can be dono without tho use of any article Should I bo in debt to H I1 S and unable to meet my obligation and It I S Bhould say I will dUcharge your debt and let you to free no a tlclo whatever would bo used yet something would evidently do the i p if I correctly un Â¬ money work money derstand what Is meant by work Whero no monoy oxistB com- Â¬ modity is exchanged directly for com- Â¬ modity Tlio adoption of money is an improvement on this state of affairs and I believe can bo correctly called an in- Â¬ vention which measures the value of commodities Money Is a measure of value and can exist independent of coin or intrislo valuo Again It V S says that monoy may havo tho flat of tlio government Now and fall to do tho monoy work will ho tell us next what that money ia I believe things can do tlio monoy work and fail to be money As I may not have the right conception of money I deairu to see some more argument con- Â¬ Respectfully cerning it Doc CO Our New Store Is becoming a popular rpsort for people who appreciate lood Drills and fair treatment Wo keep many littlo things that you cant buy outside of our house such as Soaps Perfumes Tooth Urusheo Fine Stationery etc Â¬ Our Stock Is all fresh and up to date Wo aro opening Now Goods everyday Wo buy them for cash and can aflbnl to sell them very low A Personal Invitation is extended to you to come and visit ua iu our new home Come In and see us whether you want to buy or not You will always see something that will please and interest Gray you Drop la and have a word with us if it is only to Bay howdy WANTED KIKCHEIIE ft UUO 50000Qwis OWENtMMW KY jt Tb Loading Druggists 1UWWK8BUBG KY x riww vywWViiKPfiV wiw ymm m j rwm IWTH111 -- - - -- V V i a IsssaaBSSIfei f rt Fair Is mm mmMmmmmmssmiMismmB HE official reports show that no baking powder received an award over the Royal at the Chicago Worlds The judge of awards on baking pow- Â¬ der writes that the claim by another company to have received the highest award is false that no such award was given to it The Royal Baking Powder is the purest and strongest baking powder ii s 5 0 S G ifgffrffffr-r-f- WILD CUT INSUfllWEE A lilt of the Conipahlei Who itavb Not Complied With tho Safety Provisions of the Law Tho following circular Is sent out by Henry F Duncan the slate commission Â¬ er of insurance Fhankfoiit Ky Oct JO 1804 Tho attention of the pooplo of this stato is hereby respeetlv ly called to tho fact that tho fire Insurance company whoso names are given below which this de Â¬ partment is advised are doing or have Bought to do business in Kentucky through correspondence from tho home office or otherwise aro not authorised by law to do biiflincps in this state and the people aro cautioned against placing their Insurance with the companies viz Cincinnati Insurance company Cin Â¬ cinnati OJ Empire Stato Lloyds Now York city Equitable Firo Lloyds New York city Farmers and Mechanics Insurance company Alexandria Va Homo Insurance company Tenn Lloyds of Now York City New York city Madison Indj Insurance company Madison Manufacturers Lloyds New York city J Merchants Insuranco company Ham Â¬ mond Ind Merchants Fire Lloyds Millers National In- Â¬ Now York city suranco company Chicago III Millers Mutual Fire Insurance association Alton 111 Mountain State Fire Insurance Fredo icksburg Va New company York Central Lloyds New York City Noifolk Firo and Marino Insuranco com- Â¬ pany Norfolk Va North Carolina Stato Insuranco company Asheville N C Old Dominion Insuranco company Philadelphia Fire Portsmouth Va Lloyds Philadelphia Pa Planters In- Â¬ surance company Alexandria Va Pro Â¬ vidence Insuranco company Richmond Va South and North American Lloyds New York Citv Underwriters Lloyds New York City Washington Insuranco company Hammond Ind A majority of tho companies named are of the strictly wild cat variety and are wholly Irresponsible None ol them being authorized to transact business in tho state they have no lawful agent or attorney in the fctato upon whom service of process could be had in case of a suit on a resisted loss which would make it necessary that suit be brought in the state in which the company is located This would place the claimant at a great disadvantage and would give tho com- Â¬ pany a club which it would bo relied on to most effectually use in forcing a com- Â¬ promise at a heavy loss to tho claimant The couiiiiiwfioncr would be glad to be informed of any person representing in this state any of the companies named so that he may take the necessary steps to have such person arrested and prose Â¬ cuted Â¬ Â¬ S S 5 0 B 5 S p S B 1 5 5 5 What aft yoli cHlrft m guff llkV llmt for slip Intpilrftl tremulously Guff nolhlhjr he exclaimed thats a straight tip Tisut wind puddlngY she murmur cd dotibtlngly Course not What do you take mo for anyhow and his volco sounded like a blrain of forgotten music Do you really mean business she asked as she shrank back into tho shadow For a winner and no mistake And well consolidate Thats tho size of It Hirdie Oh Dukesho cried flinging her Â¬ self into his arms I never thought Id have a cinch like this I wasnt on to your racket a little bit and thought you were only giving mo a bass drum solo for tho summer campaign Ami the duku imprinted upon her rosy lips a wholesome 7x0 salute Detroit Free Press 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 thus DELIV Â¬ wo pay tho express ERING tho goods without charge to our friends in tho country just as wo AND if tho goods do in tho city aro not entirely satisfactory well take them back and refund you the AND if youd liko to SEE money our goods before you buy just write and SAY SO and well inform you how to get them C 0 D subject to examination Try THE MAMMOTH Writo for our Fall on a mail order and Winter CATALOGUE youll find lots of good things in it if ELECTROPOISE SPECIAL OFFER The success of tho Electropoiso in cur- Â¬ ing disease of almost every form and many patients apparently boyond recov- Â¬ ery has caused a wide and growing de Â¬ Tumors mand for the little doctor abscesfep scrofula cancer paralysis chronic and acute rheumatism and neu- Â¬ ralgia many cases of female troubles some cases of total and partial blindness and deafness IJriglitrf disease kidney and bladder aliments have been cured in such a short whilo as to border on tho miraculous Tho treatment is simple and effective Write for terms of rental and sale and special reasons why you should get one this month also letters from well known people testifying to its curative merit 5 5 G il M s m 0 1 made and has- received the highest award at every fair wherever exhibited in competition with others - 5 5 5 5 R 5 5 0 H 1g1Blrl5 ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 1C WALL IT NEW YORK BOH Signs of Progress Ono ot tho most marked signs of our progressive age is the growing demand for Ayers Sarsaparilla as a Spring medi- Â¬ Breckenridge OWENSBORO News 21 1894 WEDNESDAY OCTOUKIt CROSSING lnto are on the list Mr and Mrs Con Sipplu are visiting in Indiana Mr Canarys little child died on last Wednesday Mr 11 F Newman spent the day with his parents Sunday Mr James Muckcn went to see liis West View girl last Sunday Mir Lillio Thomas of Millstone Ind visited her mother lost week The Krs are all glad to see Mr Abu luniphroy at prayer meeting Madam Humor speaks of another wed Â¬ ding in this neighborhood soon Misses Eliza and Sallie Dyer were tho guests ot Mrs J Jones last Sunday Mr James Mason and Miss Flora Ilatey were married last Wednesday Mrs Will Hates of Jolly Station is visiting her daughter Mrs Minnio Pate Bick Succcbh to the Nkwh Misses Luln and Klsle n Wroo and Carlt dined with Mr A F Newman lost Wednesday Messrs T Kyan and J Crenshaw went grape hunting last week and found the grape harvest very plentiful Mr and Mrs James Kyan and baby Kato were the guesta of Mrs Ityans mother Mrs It M Crenshaw ono day last week Mason of Henderson at Â¬ Mr J Mason Untey wedding and tended the spent a few days with his parent Mr W Mason and Mr Messrs Thos Iticli--ardso- 5 The Discovery Saved His Life Mr G Caillouette Druggist Heavers To Dr Kings New villeIH says Was taken Discovery I owe my life with 1m Grippe and tried all tho physi Â¬ cians for miles about but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live Having Dr Kings New Discovery in my store I sent for a bottle and began its use and from the first dose began to get better and after using three bottles was up and about again It is worth its weight in gold Wo wont keep store or Get a free trial at A house without it School books and school supplies at It Fishers drugstore Cabbages cine It shows not only that people are rapidly abandoning their yarbs and bitters but still better that they ap- Â¬ preciate the difference between a genuine pharmaceutical preparation and the much vaunted nostrums Qf quackery Ayers Sarsaparilla is not n transient tonic causing one to feel good for a while nor merely something to stimu late a weak appetite nor to afford a tem Â¬ porary bracing up it is a constitutional medicine producing a radical change in tho system by renovating every particle of the blood and so building up from tho foundation After using this remedy tho stomach liver bowels heart kid neys and even the brain and the nerves acquire unwonted strength and efficiency enabling these vital organs to perforin all their functions with wonderful vigor Therefore us a Spring and satisfaction medicine AyorH Sarsaparilla has no equal in tho whole range of pharmacy tho only Saraaparilla judged worthy of exhibition at the Chicago Worlds Fair Â¬ Â¬ Editorial from Central Methodist Cat lettsburg Ky Itev A Meek Editor Unless ten thousand men mulnly proÂ¬ fessional men lawyers doctors editor1 preachers and all classes including tho writer very much mistaken the Electro poise effects cures givis relief where all other remedies have failed especially is it elllcacious in delicate feeble women Itev Geo II Means Covington Ky In one nights time the Electropoise releived me of brain congestion and ver- Â¬ tigo My wifo was relieved of a severe attack of neuralgia in ono hour ltov John I Itogets Danville Ky A kinswoman of mine who was appar Â¬ ently rapidly sinking into tho grave suf-Â¬ fering with sciatic rheumatism and in ex Â¬ treme pain day and night in a very short tiiuo obtained freedom from all pain Hieh Society in the Windy Metrop- walks without crutch or caue and de- Â¬ clares that she is well It is a mystery olis The Duko of Chicago was calling on to me almost a miracle Hev W F Wyatt Morning View Ky tho fair Lady Wabash witli serious in- Â¬ I began to improve from the first ap- Â¬ tent Ho had been takine several flyers but had not cotno down to busi- Â¬ plication of tho wonder working gem at her my general health is bttter than it has ness I believe it to be a God Aw you mako me tired she said been in years given remedy blushing furiously Come off ho responded as he awk- Â¬ Address DuBois Webb 500 Fourth wardly fell over a tabourette or ottoman or something that never should have Avenue Louisvlle Ky jQTSend for circulars free been left in the middlo of the floor MAMMOTH SHOE KLEINHANS CLOTHING CO 424 to 434 West Market LOUISVILLE KY SIMONSON W Wfi L CUftC OElWEL Douglas Agents Wanted N IS THE BEST SQUEAKING UOKDOVAN FRENCHENAMEti0CALn 4UfsnNCAlfKANGAM SOLICITING FOR 35PP0LICE3 Soles i25o2W0RKINGHEJj EXTRA FINE 2l7JBOYSSCH00tSHOES Lovings Protective AND LADIES jzs m BROCKTON AIA33 You can tore moner bypiirebmlu IV L Doimlit SIioc Became we are the largest nianuracturer of advertised shoea In the world and guarantee the value by lamping the name and price on you against high the bottom which protects profits Our shoes prices aud the middleman custom work In style easy fitting and equal wearing qualities We have them sold every where at lower prices for the value given than any other make Take no substitute I your dealer cannot supply you we can Sold by W LDOUCLAS SEND FOR CATALOGUE Collection Agency THIS IS NO HUMBUG BIG PAY TO THE RIGHT S L SULZER Cloverport Ky CO C M McGLOTHLAN UnionStar Ky Headquarters BOWLING GREEN KY I A F YOU WANT To buy first cliiss Goods at surprisingly low prices If you want W H Bowmer Sons Unapproachable Bargains THE GREAT MOTIVE POWER THAT MOVES THE If cr UUP iUrpOSO To sell the Best at the Lowest Prices Our Aim U li t0 Peasc x conscientiously and honest TO KEEP Up with this progressive age and by buying for cash save worry and trouble about long accounts Get aVwSlIw To serve OH AXQ DltlOU To merit public approval Little Money And come to our house The dealers who give you a reduc tion for cash Â¬ Trading i Masses Â¬ Â¬ W H Bowmer SonN BUY OF W H Bowmer Son The reduction in tariff caught a great many importers and manu- gHOE JALK glaek Tjress An unrivaled display Q oods The beautiful in fabric and the useful in wear all shown by us W-- ZE3C Bo wnaex cSs Son facturers with large lots on hand Anxious to realize something for them they have held them for the past week We Forced to sell hun- Â¬ The doubting ones can be convinced dreds of pieces of fine Dress Goods and Silks have been ruthlessly are the Shoe people of Cloverport The 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 If you come to our store we will convince you by the or blowing the city prices and the goods that we can substantiate what we say Bar-Â¬ sTsT- - 3EC- - ISoT7vrmex gains the order of the day s Son Our Stock is Matchless in Quality In Variety In Newness In Cheapness Avoid the High Priced Man he taketh your gold Bargains by the Thousand FLANNELS DOMESTICS CLOTHING 7 We are the Friends of the Trading Public 7Vr v X uiyhjrtjAHr H BOWMBM BiiTYt CLOAKS WRAPS LINENS UNDERWEAR ETC Bargains Without E SO N ni if ityifrteM ii iwti irds Mbiw -- iiai mm