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W1 wr r fW - I VOL XIX SIROCCO I01lJEaJxVllJl fff l 1111 f lIiT f V 171 VTI J XVILM urxy OCTOBER 31 1894 r 1 T71 NEWS NO 15 Â¬ CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY u J 1 j ViiV From His Lofly Porch Pouncos r Lampoons Down on Nomad tho Third Party Opens tho Doors of tho Populists Church and Asks All Who Feol Sorry Up For Thoir Past Sins to Walk and Givo Brother Ashcraft l Thoir Hand lw RICH RARE AND RACY could be permitted to behold tho vast assemblage- of grand and glorious proGo teach eternal wisdom how to lule ductions of the lyric art called into being Into thyscll anil be a fool Then sink Tiio aste dated rays of bis philosophi- Â¬ by his own inspired strains he would Â¬ cal mind points us to a reformation wo weep tears of bitter anguish that in stead of lavishing all of the stores of his never had hoped to sec while sojourning in this low valo of tears If Merle mighty gonitis upon the fall of Ilion it DAubigue was here he would astound had beon his more blessed lot to crystal izQ in deathless song the rising gloriesof the world with n history of this tho reformation of the 18th century GltBAT ItEFOIUIATIOX Tho doors of tho Iopulist church are The frontspiece of his mammoth vol now open let him that will coino take Â¬ umn would support an elaborate enÂ¬ graving of Mosaic style neath which of the water of life freely The congregation will please rise and sing that did would appear in his own Nomads familiar souc chir graphy Â¬ They toll me that Mr cawber who results close by tho spring Unit bubbles beneath tho hill cocks ills head to onu side like a magpie peeping knowingly into n Marrow bone and while tho slobber front his last tpiid of long green tobacco oozwa from tho south east corner of his double suction mini mouth gives vent to His predictions I tho tlltd that Nomad will snow Dick Nevitt under at the November election Hal hes the only wiscac e in these parts everybody elso seems to think that Nomad had just as well undertake to plough up tho adamantivo walls of hell with a span of bobtail rats hitched to a pine shingle as Hev T J Fishersaid when he failed to convert the people of tho Benson hills around Frankfort Kyf What has a County Court Clerk got to do with tho intrinsic value of gold -- and silver the quautitivo law of money Has tho law becomo so rigid that a man has to be trained in a school of ethics and become as wlso as Solomon and as fluent in the art of oratory as Dcmothenes in order to bo wholly fitted for the olllce of County Court Clerk 7 Does thu pejO pie of Mcadu county or any other county know what Nomad is making a race against Dick Ncvltt for Is Dick making or might he bo a race for congress aspiring for tho position of Crown Prince of tho United States Nomad seems to bo reveling in tho glories of communism nihilism on some other ism that merits 1opos memorable lines Wilkins Mi The Ouardian Angel opTrust and Monopolies Â¬ For ought we know a great and warlike people renowned alike for their ekiiraudjTilbriVlll soon be swept away before the triumphant advance of an inferior foe liko autumn stubble beforo a hurricano of fire Tho next flash of thcelectric Iro that skimmers along the ocean cable may tell tho peoplo of tho old world that tho United JStatea with every fibre quivering with tho agony of despair writhes beneath the conquering heoftof Third PartrlsnrrErohother moon shall w ax Sndfwhn tho brightest star in the galaxy ot nations nitty fall from tho zenith of lur glory never to ilfie again Ero tho hVodest Violets of early spring shall open their beauteous eyes the genius of civilization may chant the wailing requiem of tho proud- Â¬ est nationality tho world has ever seen as she scatters her withered and tear juoisteped Hjicsoorlho bloody tomb of butchered Democracy and Kepubliean HsmfcJ I know tliat if the immortal spirit of Homer could look down from another heaven than that created by his own celestialgeuius upon the long lines of pilgrims from eyery nation of tho earth to tho gushing fountain of poesy opened by tho touch of his magic wand if he GLENDEANE Held Teachers Association The Cloverport Magisterial District Teachers Association met according to previous announcement at Hites Run school houso on Saturday the 20th The weather being good a crowd of about two hundred people were assembled by 0 oclock Tho houso was called to order and tho session opened with prayer by Vice President J II Logan of Cloverport High School Tho following teachers wero present Chintz Royalty Walton Wheeler J II B Logan Annie Raitt Mary Moorman Frank Beavin Edna Moorman Eugene Gilliand Nellie Simons Lizzio Coomes Jessie Pate and Richard Adkisson Tho welcome was then given by Mr C Royalty in a live minutes talk which caused us all to feel that we wore indeed among our friends County Superintendent Driskell then gave the teachers an instructive talk on what tho work of Magisterial District should bo Methods of holding school examinations wus taken up nud explain Â¬ ed bv Mr Gilliland in a neat little speech of ten minutes in which ho explained his method of holding examinations and tho benefit derived from them by the pupils Mr Logan followed with some will chosen rematks on the same subject It being now high noon tho Associa Â¬ tion was called from Tabor to refresh- Â¬ ment Repairing to the outside of the houso wo found a bountiful repast spread on the lawn After the blessings of Divinity had been invoked by Prof Logan wo proceeded to regalo ourselves with some of tho good things prepared for our inner man by tho good people Wo shall not attempt a description of tho viands ollered but will say that there was plenty a lid I dont think I over saw peoplo enjoy a dinner more than wo teachers did that Tho afternoon session w as opened by tho recitation of one of O W Holmes patriotic poems entitled Union nnd Liberty which was rendered by Misses Ida Waggoner Lizzio Mattlngly Nellie Furrow nnd Master II I Itoyalty all pu- Â¬ pils of tho district school Miss Cetta Miller another pupil of tho school re- Â¬ cited a poem entitled Somebodys Dar- Â¬ ling Mr Logan then gave a talk on tho greatest need of district schools He says let us have better qualified teachers and longer terms Mr Royalty then told us how ho taught morals in his school The object of tho Teachers Reading Circle was thon discussed by Logan Wheeler and Royalty Mr Iogan then gave n very able talk on literature in tho school His remarks caused comment among the people of the district and wo think that good will be the result in checking our young people in reading trashy literature The teaching of U S History was tho subject of a talk by Mr Royalty in which he criticized our methods of teaching the bubject but said ho could effer us nothing better except tho pupils should begin tho study of tho subject earlier in life Mr Royalty then took up the subject of All the text books up to the standard and in a short talk of ten minutes showed many reasons why thoy wero not up to the standard A vote of thanks was then tendered to tho peoplo for tho kindness and hospital Â¬ ity shown us by them and tho session A Mumuku then adjourned Â¬ I ocr from last week NOMAD I1EF011K THE DIET AT LOUSE CORNER X T f V r I The Democratic candidates of Breqk inridge county will speak at the follow- Â¬ ing times and places viz i Garfield Tuesday October 23 Bowlayvllle Wednesday Optober 2 1 Jlig Spring Thursday October 25 HudsonylJIe Friday October 20 Custer Saturday October 27 Westyiew Tuesday October 30 McDaniels Wednesday October 31 Kpck Yalp Thursday November 1 Mattlngly Friday November 2 Cloverport Saturday Novembor 3 With lilies fringe there the stately bath The Republicans and Third party can Â¬ The fccanthus spreading foliage here the didates for county olllces are respectfully wave invited tp attend and participate in tho Itound the gay Capital which mocks It leaves debates J E Monarch 0 D 0 0 Ostay tho destructive powers let us build altars of sacrifice to the gods for W E Smiths College Lexington Ky is where clerke farmer boys and others sending such a man as Nomad amongst us And when ho stands beforo us to havo invested 00 for tuition and board for an education and aro getting 100 arid unburden his vocabulary of useful 7 wonder If wo couldnt exhaust over a month now This is a responsi Â¬ knowledge and ble college Special attention given to Iedagogs grammar Head wipes the perspiration from his ponder Â¬ sc curing situations for graduates brain wo should bK bhadBhd frrlte or clrcularB to Prof ous the loan of his saturated handkerchief to W t Smith exington Ky pass rifroshlngly across our own be Â¬ nighted foreheads hoping praying that Iiij the ulyxir thus extracted may ponetrate our callus niluds and open a way for tho rising glories of tho coming reformation mioKEtr Dowy to sbino In and bestir our souls that no by illtuwj b tho naturul result If yon allow ntay rettjizu 9Julsensevofgur4utiHyjoln your llrer to bocomo huujttvs ypur blood and theTJijrdritxmd thgfraflt a hjino Impuregerms your kyutoin run down or Mala or Coiuuniptlon Orip Tlio in the bright macrons of tjie Third ria wait for UiU tlrao of weakness this J heayeuwheru wo shall wear gold and It ynu rousQ tha Kver to Af Uvtjy so it wiU silver crowds of no intrinsic value throw off tbeso gcrnw purify tBa blood so tealthy wienflhwr hliaglMvbttj4hls tlire will iq no wak i9ts build upyou ailing off will latHudindus thoughts the great weight weight where thora is H for youll be pnn- rest secure from disoaso of knowledge that tl i w if om tills mfnd Discovory does DrPlorces like ioney from a be af ftiitfwf I el IHte tbta as nothingOoMn Medjoal s tlia reason t so can Thaf if ho had his head gratd and bU Sara eaa be puarnBiuril la cenvulwceBce from nil pnsutBonU fevers prfltuor waitltw IWof1 pinned back I could swallow him Its an appetising nwtorstivd tonio to build then the Thl d lrtjr would vvantg o Bp nedl flwh and strength and soifle4odyd be In lle Par all dUwutM pf tho llvor pr blood If swallow nai falls to bMwflt pt cure you Dtwovfrry pmlieawent the toad waalni thaUlop bsvo your mouajn baek sifforiBg till tie s tell us about ftltr Ko maUaV bow bad your ease Dr Sages Remedy will JwmtmsKftyowB yow Catwrh You know tho great reformer Martin Luther of ancient times attended tho Diet at Worms Nomad will never Another page would reach Worms contain a chronological table of his early life and works Nomad born at Louso corner Meade ctc county Ky Who that is not as incredulous as St Thomas himself will doubt for a mo Â¬ ment that the Mogul of America isUb bo found in the pereon of Nomall arjdJf ho should ccaso to exist to day tfie stars would fade away and the sun himself r fuso to shine over this Godforeakt n Ours would be n more dread- universe ful fate than that Which befellihe Greeks when Cliryseis tho father of Chiysels and priest of Apollo failed to ransom his daughter in placo of mules and dogs tho infection would first begifuonythe Democratic party thon the Republican pirty would melt down beneath tho scourge like Pompei beneath the wave of molten lava from Vesuvius while tho Third party would be liftod up into tho third heaven see And tho gorgeous mansion of our step daddy Cleveland what would become of it firm a foundation i Lord U laid lor your lalth In his excellent worj 1 What more can he lay than to you he hai laid f Come join the Third party and lift up our head After singinor that good old soDg How ynu saints of the brother Ashcraft will lead us in prayer While singing If thpre is any onu n tho congregation wjio feels Eorry or their past sins and aro willing to givo up tie Democratic and It publican parties for a home in thu third heaven well bo glad to have them cotno forward and conned themselves witli tho Popuiftqlurcliniid go to tho polls and vote fur Nomad on tho day of tho election Please rise and Sirccco sing Charley Dian was in Louisville last week Buck Moorman was in Louisville Inst week buying goods Mrs 1 It Moorman was visiting nt Falls of Rough tho first of this week Mich Meyer of Harned wants to rent John Deans store houso at this place Wade lilo is hero from lluras to nt Ho boards at D It Moo- Â¬ tend school rmans Our sunday school has revived and is excollently conducted under Supt Priest Moorman Tho Hoverands Uutledgo and Duncan arc conducting n successful meeting at Clover Creek church Sain IUnvin has bought a lot in town fiud will nt once begin tho erection of n store building thereon We aro glad to report little May Dem ster as better Sho has typhoid fever and has been quite sick Miss Mary B Moorman of Cloverport spent last week witli her cousins Miases Lutie and Hallid Moorman Mrs F M Board of Garfield came down Saturday to visit her daughter Miss Katie who is teaching near here Ah thoso promised blissful hours they never materialized 1oor fellow you havo our sympathy Dont despair sholl return nnd then that now suit can be worn and youll bo happy Will Dean lost a 75 gold watch one day last week while driving cattlo Be- Â¬ lieving he lost it in the woods ho burn Â¬ ed oft the haves and made n thorough search Two days later it was found ly Â¬ ing in thu big rbad uninjured Misses Eula and Lizzie Miller were on last Wednesdays train bound for Now Madrid Mo They were accompanied by their father and uncle Mr Charloy Miller Ouo of our knightly young men is earnestly wishing their return Beat Calmly anxious heart twill be but two weeks and then Clover Creek will posess its usual charm What other town on either the L II W or tho L St A T R R over has a special train run for its shippers It lias occured twice lately for Glendeane Last week five car loads of cattle left Wo are not bragging hore on n special but slating facts and letting you draw conclusions 1 1 Spairel Osborne who has an nttnrk of measles Is getting along nicely under Dr Baxters rare Erskinu Munford made a lnulnisa trip to Lotiisvillo Tuesday returning Wed nesday nftcrnoou oMrs Fnnnlo Bell nnd Miss Eva Carri gan were guests of Mrs Iniiso Neh Friday afternoon Tho little boh of Geo II Anderson has been very siek for several days but we hear ho is improving Mrs Lucinda Stith is having an addi tion built to hor houso Our little town is progressing nicely A J Thompson wife nnd son Walter attended tho dedication of St Rose church ntCloyerport Sunday Oct 21 E CundllTs family arrived hero Tues day night from Lebanon Ky They w ill -occupy tho house recently fitted up by Harry Boll Geo J NefT has sold his blacksmith shop to n citizen of Paynesville who will soon tnoyo his family hero nnd commence business at thu shop D B Childs will move to town Nov BEST FOR 5HIRT5 1st John Mills will take charge of Mr THE PROCTER It OAMDLE CO CINTI Childs farm near here Undo Dick and his wife will bo heartily welcomed into our midst B V Kendall who has been sick for several weeks of typhoid fever died Sun Â¬ day Oct 21 leaving a wife and several children to mourn the loss of n kind and loving husband and father Wo extend Why are we doing such a Big our sympathy to tho bereaved family Â¬ VORY GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT CO In KENTUCKY Alio Wholcailc ami Itetsll Dealers Yollow Pino Flooring Shingles and Coiling Lime Hair Doors Laths Cement Sole Airents or Brick Blinds Sash and and all kinds or Building Material Homo8toatl Foriilizoro Bono Moal Orders accompinlDed and Troy Jlilii sS flllej with the eaih promptly BANK 07 At Floats Capital Stock S25 000 Surplus 7 600 D F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vlos Preitdent Â¬ M II DBARD 1 V CaihWr -- O W BEAHD MORRIS ESKRIDGE R M JOLLY Sirs tor DEPOSITS INTEREST PAID ON TIME I ts going Hand in Hand TOPIC OF THE DAY Business I would rather trust that medicire than any doctor I know of Says Mre Hattio Mason of Chilton Carter Co Mo in speaking of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarrhcca Remedy For salo by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kincheloo Board Ilardinsburg Kfc ASK FOR PRICES SEE OUR VARIETY Then you need no further explanation QTJOTTI03STS Boots and Shoes Mens Good Hoots Full Mock llroKms Ilnc Shoes lultcn Leather Ladies unllncd Mines ik linetl Shots line One lot I ullcs Sample Shuts worth it 1 For two months I ofier for salo on twelve months time all my farming implements nnd stock Cattlo 15 head hogs 50 head horses 8 head good oues of all kinds A bid of 100 is reserved on Ben llerr All kinds of tools used in modern farming Farm on reasonable terms and price Correspondence solicited Going to quit fanning it hurts my feelings J F CARTER Webster Ky Â¬ P UBLIC OALE cS 25 f 35 75 Cloaks ItsJackcli tneap Cloaks a50 3SO 7c 5 J J 50 to 1 111 s One Lot Ladies tine Capes and Cloaks very ft 50 for Custom miilv llucll boots and shots at a llarain Clothing Sptclll sale Mens suits for Ilojs crcoats Mens Mens Wool Overcoats Hoys Overcoats In jo Dress Goods Sacqulnp Flinncl worth fo lor French Oinirham worth 20 lor V inch 01 steu worth 40 for A lirnc arkty ol Novelty Drcsj styles a 2 toodi latest cjo 1 Blankets Dnulilt Jrcy lllankcts former price t i j j0 350 I 50 now 5 IS 4VS 1 Strtttly all Wool lllanktts funner pritc now 00 3 ISO iS j0 AE NEVER been iCT Â¬ 2 A luige stock of Mens Fine Tailor Made Suits GKE30- UKANDENIUJltG KY cSs CO WE ARE AFTER In tho history of this genera tion havo Dry Goods Cloth- Â¬ ing Boots Shoes nnd lints Jhe fining And Wo boo wo hekels DICKER As Low rf as III dont want em on any other terms us and youll find us expect to get them by riving valuo for them Como ami They are Now It is Also a Fact that tho Farmer never got as little for what ho sells or the Laboring Man as little for Wo aro in as his work good condition to show you DEATH on the Wo wont bo bluffed out of tho business ganio Wo now havo ready a lino 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 size thorn up and youll see wevo that you can get Fixed to Catch Trade A fair deal to No fakements or thcnanlgau with us all is our motto Wo havent timo to quote prices but understand us wo will not bo undersold Public Speaking Of courso lfe Who telltaiid run away May live to ell another day Hut he who in the act it caught Will not dlsjosc of all hes bought A Great Many fHUM Â¬ tlirTrttlor8ta Mr and sometime even ho who did get away last Sunday will find himself suddenly under arrest for illicit whisky selling OuV peoplo aro tired of such nuisances and somebody had better keep a skinn Â¬ ed oyo Saturday and Sunday were both lovely autumn days and a crowd of young peo Â¬ ple went each day to Sand Knob At this season tho view is very extended from that elevated point Perhaps as some of tho couples eat and looked upqn distant hills and faraway valleys they also looked into what is moro interest Â¬ ing their future and saw happy littlo domestic scenes where thoy themselves were tho actors Tho placo is romantic and admlmblo for indulging the imagi- Â¬ nation Wo had hardly seen him since wo wero school boys together only boys and full of fun II i is married now and has an excellent wife and ono beautiful lit We went to see him lie bluo eyed btbe last week and after supper pleasantly reallod tho well known incidents of for- Â¬ mer days Tho hours How and toon it was latn He stepped to the center ta Â¬ ble with the remark Wo have family prayurj and taking up the Bible pro Â¬ ceeded to read a Psalm Kneeling bo ollered a tender touching tervent pray- Â¬ er to Illiu who knowcth all things It i nprvsaed us moro than any s imou ex- Â¬ hortation or scrvico wed heard befool in years His is a happy family young hopeful Industrious intelligent and brave ys bravo and fearless to do what re need mora such is right and noblu parent tp help the rising generation to vnrd truy and faithful livts When the soil is growing over the remains of both father and mother and this blue eyed babq is a grown woman how comforting thu ruiiuuhHtnca of these earliest years whei youthful parents knelt around the family heaitUstoiw In prayer Goods for Little Money M I MEYER J M CO BURAS KY HARPEK DANIEL BROOKS 0 BOURNE As any houso in this country Wo waited before buying our stock until tho now tariff law went into effect Wo urgently ask everybody BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON to see our stock and get our prices before buying JACOB k MEYER STOCK YARDS LOUISVILl KY Leads to ishnrss chronic Dyspepsia and great misery Hoods Sarsaparilla is the rem edy It toner thu stomach creates an tippvliU and gives a rvlieh to food It makes pure blood and gives healthy action to all tho organs of tho body Tuka Hoods for Hoods Sarsaparilla ClHKS Poor Digestion nervousness fretfulnespeev BIG SPRING KY THE TURNING POINT reachedwhen you begin to have Palpila ttan of the TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENTBOWLING 1 GR EEH Â¬ Business Col BOWLING GREEK Jr mfoamM ESTABLISHED COLLEGE IN - - SOUTHERN 1 ornal School SCHOOL 1070 lias been BUSINESS SOUTHERN NORMAL any time Send or catalogue Address Es7Mentlon Course detlred English Scientific and Classic Teachers Music Art and Elocution provided Courses Send lor or Low rates o board and tuition catalogue OBEBBT BB08 Prorrs Bowling Qren Ky Hoods ca thai tic with 25c Piiij becomo tho favorite ewry olio who tries them Heart irtalhinr cul t y in Your blood is impure you need a diffi GUSTON Mleses Emily ami Ermine Munfurd aro tMbv S eVAeMPCnOAY RATC81 The most centrallu located HoUllnthoclty urping wtr visiting friends in Louisville TO Everybody seemed to enjoy tho genu Â¬ ine autumn rain which fell Friday The regular monthly services were It will set you up and make a new held at Patteson Memorial church Satur Â¬ person of you For sale by day and Suiulay t A R FISHER Druggist Dr Prices Cram BaJctec Powder ClQvsrptrt Ky a i llj mJ- iWuUl Pmlr BEATS sfltsflPHtmim TUfW sssssssssssssaAsssssssssssViVuUs7iTCtlSl J JOHNSON UANAaC lMf IpjjisyTlleKy Hb sTrl s 3 L tMflfBflABB ikimbt WivBnVWT JBiffTWOVHlrHHHHIBilHTVTM TmMilRHHIIVrBlmiVvvF TYrfltVrBvv4BwLBHlBkiPBBHVflBBnBBBlH rlBC kKw THE BRELGKRNmDQK Jio NBLW BRANDENBURG Jr Is hero for OLOVHRPORT KY a short j BnECKENUlDGK i - NEWS Mft D k Vi 0 lUbtiigti KJItoti and rroprlitrt It li 1flT your X under llm roonter IiojII ilo1io rcMr nnd THE CANDIDATES Tho viiNiwiAYorioiiiit ai mm AJfintf HtrnlKbl Aimyou n Domncrnl then vole the Doimxriith1 tlckot CI iM Moremen Democracy Monarch Mako On Tap and Millor Aro On Tho tlnglnu Oubtcrtftlon ltlc flUU ft Year In If Tola at lht llnii fltifaft Year 1 tl8 SIX PAGKS IIO lli7 IWOMCIIATS Dkmihiiatn In every itlslrlct In tliu cmiuly Bliuuld mnko II n point to help Stump Woods Resound With Their Eloquont Appeals the ticket nexlTucnilny Â¬ ileforennnllir r Issue of the Nmxb nindo lip fur tliu prow tho xolet llrcrkourldKO county will linvo lind nu opportunity to cant their ballot nt n free Alt clocllon by secret Imllot election liowoxer ko declared Ity llm law nmkliiR Hut nltcthcr tt be secret or open power nml too to nil tho world wo iluiilit not Hint It will diniiRO the result Demo crntnollntckpnrldicnr Dpinocmta from principle nml wo linvo no fonr Hint any of them or one of them because for sooth lie Una the bo tic III of n secret InxI- lot will imryo It of n nlnglp xole boonitw Ve liopo nnd bo lio onn do It secretly llevxi the rexcrso ut Hint Is Into tbnljnll ot them wllltaVc the tlckot nu It Mauds Vote It n It Is nnd vote tor It fiom be lilttnlnit to end These nro times of momentous lmorlntico to Democrats Â¬ IltMMtKyoursclvon fm ill vera nnd sun dry repot la between now nnd noxl Titos Antl Tho Stnltl and Stoady Farmor dixy Inv no ntleullon to them Uo lo Listens Willi Attentive In the iln nnd slnnip your X under tho of hwntor Ears Tmk A I A ccrtlllcnto shoxvn fraud upon Its fnco Whnl object would tho Tho War Is On Tho Battlo Raging 8ccrotnry of thnl older linxo In clrculnt And a Domocratlo Victory liij n paper enlculntcd to Injury one of lt own members In good Minuting Tho Close at Hand thlittf In too cotitcmptlblo to oxon linvo tbo nlindoxv of truth nbout it slny Mr Itlchnrd Moremoii and son Guy nro nt Mr J U Moicmcns Mrs Dr Dowdeii has returned from n visit to her mother Mrs Dr II A Ditto ot IxHitsvlllo Mrs T Iloriidon nmt Ml Jennie Wliltworth HATS ttTtifffffftrntTfTTTTfTftrmtTTTfTf f Patriotic Appeals For Their Party Up Ilnrdlu went to Huston lint Sutunlay to visit Mrs Munfurds faintly Mrs lllnncho Fontaine Is home from Ionlsvltle where sho nttonded tho Ihll lips Kontnluo wedding nt tho Gait House Miss lcnrlo Ditto will bo well enough to piny tliu xvedding innrch next Tues Â¬ day night nnd Oh I promise mo while tho ceremony Is being pronounced Ilro Hlono from ltnpttst Theological Seminary preached for us lost Sunday nnd was tho guest of Mr nnd Mrs Bland Ilro Hngnn is still nick but Is doing well Dr lusoy says boforo tho wnr thero wore only about three dally papers taken horo Now there nto nt least a hundred nnd nil eagerly rend Ono who doesnt rend a dnlly Is a rarity Burton Bobs ed and Is Jim Bown By Millor HATS 11 1 y i -- A RED HOT TIME HARDINSBURG L H W OOlIM With Murray Monarch Millor and Brown TIME TABLE VRST In tho Fiold Domocracy GiKNimxNK Kv OjI W John Mon nrch mndo one of his happy speeches to n Democratic gathering hero Saturday afternoon Jesse Wliltworth ot Har-Â¬ dinsburg was called nnd responded in his own earnest way in a strong appeal to tho party to do patriotic duty at tho HATS TttttttmTfrtttfttttfttftTttfttttttt i J MS n Laughs at Dofoat Grand Finale at Cloverport Next Saturday Ptinr Unit PMengr arr ltarillniburilil pm uolsn MIT m Unity tr IUntlntburi 740 Tholtopubllentinntv uolnunll the itrntory wtlliht tliolt power U defeat tbo Demo orntlo nominee They do It simply to Kln power Their woik li not confined to the comity ticket nlone but tbo Mine woik l mnde for tho district cnndiditte When wo come to consider the county ticket no mndu up by the Democrat there enn not bo the sliuhtest objection toll All tho men on It nro pood men Thoy nre men known the county over nnd when they nro put in olllcothey will do theli whole duty to tho people Why therefore should nny Democrat vote mmliiKl n pintle mnn on tho ticket It ho should do il xx 1ml Is to ho Kixlnod from tho HepiiblUnnn Thoy would not rIx o the credit to nny Democrat or helping them poenro nn olllco They couldnt If n Itoptibllcnn In elected tho doll clory belongs lo the Itcptihlicaiis nlone Tho Nkwh ppenkn in thin mitnner simply mm conviction nnd from the fact thnl it In Democratic Wo bno stood by tho party lo those sixteen jonr nnd in thin iln nnpivme hour ol tiial we ak tlnwo who hao fought with nn who hno roaonod with in nnd who linxo lalnxrod with n to Mill lie true to their oonvio tionn Vote with your patty Standby your nominees nnd thus wore nnother U we shall lose nn election xictory now It inny be ninny onrs lofore tho territory in regained Connting nospx fairly nnd npiaivly wo think the Demo crats hnxe n clenr ninjorily in the county If n few men bowex er nco cause to poratoh pome of tho candidate from er ponal or other roaons the result may be changed Hut we dont think thin should Iks done lxt every Democrat put his cross under the rooster nnd gixv the whole ticket a xoto Our Kopnbli can friends nevor desert their party nnd we commend them for it Tho same should bo said of the Democrats If every man therefore will do his duty net Tuesday the ticket will win We hope that this matter will le considered fairly nnd seriously nnd that good re suit will follow It is to Democrats the XKWsaddrwsos itjelf and if they will welch the question proorly not a one of them will cross hishallot orhve aman Many things have boon x rung into the present cam ass that do not properly be Â¬ long in it The only question to be con sidered is are the men whom the party lias put up such men mm can indorse Certainly this is true And if thej reprewnt the true principles of our parly why cat one of them aside The issues have all leon discussed and there remains Iwit one last and final moxe for Democrats to make and that is to fall in Hne and x ote Â¬ Â¬ Itecn invited by the Perry connty Ind Democracy to speak at ftomo Ind Fri day night of this week So Ill speak at Kome Friday night at 7 j m Mooley Â¬ xille Satnrday at 2 p m ITnion Star Saturday night at 7 y m cy on Tarifl Te form and the free coinage of silx er and gold and the parity of each independent Vxhkn anyloy or set of men liave to of international conference resort to the eircnlation of a false and Very Trnly libelous certificate against their follow V S Minor candidates ft ja time the good people should rise in their might nnd say by their votes that thoy dont approve of any fiieli methods Â¬ Subject--Democra- Mr C 1 Hush delighted a large nnd enthusiastic audience of ladies gentle men and democrats in his speech here last week ns they hax e nex er boon de lighted lefore in a public spoakor Mr Mnsh is not a politician is not an office seeker but n plain cvory day busness wan who takes an interest in the affairs of gvormont and their right eondnet There is one thing that can le nam of Mr Bflsh he is a Democrat and being one he tells the people in a plain ox cry hx lmslness way whj he is a Domocrat an4wkj the principles of his party are ght awl w hy they nhonld jrevafl ami have ntoo the test for mere than a cen tnry The Xkvs is sorry ex en xeter in HreokonrMge county waTKt jvrewmt to hear his Hfeech and we are more than norry that wc are not Me to reproduce H in these columns 7t was an cxpoHi tn of facts and tlgares pm m such a plain and i4mple way that a man ex en in he be a nepnblican could not deny the trHth of them Snob speeches 1a Rood and the Pemooxatfc of this town are under lastjns oldigations to Mr Hush Â¬ Â¬ In tho Buck Grovo neighborhood two At this writing the County candidate well known young ladles havo suddenly linvo boon on n ton days stumping lour been transformed into eclentillc house reaching oxery Important olnt in tho keepers In their parents nbaencc They Mondny county During tho session of Circuit need n patent dishwasher nnd theyll be luet Mr Kohcit Mctlulllii wnnnt homo Court thoy look n rest from speaking but strictly in it itiiidny not from nnother quality which makes Mr Bunnell n young singing bnchor l Monarch HKiko nl ileudcane tho candidate jtopulnr Mr that of hand Â¬ from llunlin county xvns hero Inst week Inst vStturdny shaking This wont on all tho time but trying to organise a singing class I pro Dr Hush will be nl tho lnnln hotel some of the candidates being engaged nt sumo be thinks as regards vocal matters Novembcr 12 court thoy were necessarily compelled it Is Mono mono toklo Upharsln with Mr llcrtlfroy I Insw oil returned from n to lay off their appointments for speak Â¬ this burg So ho depnrteth ing until that tuiHrttnt tribunal wound xlslt o Ohio Mondny Tho young folks nro talking up n Hallo-Â¬ Vote the straight ticket Put your up its business Court over thoy went ween arty Trying the many mystic at It again tlnrlleld was the llrst point plans to crow under tho rooster know w hat the fates hnvo for nt which tho speaking began nnd the them Deep nro the wnys of tho three Miss Nellie Cox hns returned from n crowd there was unusually lnigo for n fates but Clotbls the last of the three Is mouths visit to IauiIsvIUo country gathering A number of tho Inmen Inrdner who hns boon sick for good women wens there and a host of tho grim one who cuts the thread ot hu Â¬ man life tho past week in impnxxing small Iniys Tho good old sturdy farmer Tho lesson last Sunday morning nt the Â¬ The people In the county nbuso thin though iu tho cbip to whom the can town for hnxlng n stock lnxx didate addressed himself These old Methodist Sunday School xxns very interesting I xvns in Mrs Geo Casporkua Mrs Kmiliuc Hoard wont to Wolwtor follows raineoitt to hear for so much discussion of political matter has boon class nnd alio made tho hour n profitable Saturday to xlslt Mrs Comp Henderson us going on that tho farmer particularly pleasant one Judge ltawllngs AH Taylor and lim Mitcbnmof Hcksetta wants nil the light ho can get In this nn instructive talk Mrs S C Mai in sblpHd n car load of hogs to lAmisvillc trio ot political olllco seokors it may bo gax e clenr spiritual interpretatives Monday Misses Boitha Lewis Allie Beid and K Wnide loft last week for slid that old llrookcnridge this year has Mrs ula Miilln Dr Hnrdtn nnd Mrs Mc- Chester Illinois xxhore she will spend her full share None ot them are In clined to gixe an inch of territoiy Tho Intyro added to the Interest by timely tho winter Inquiries pon of Mr and Fopulists w ho are nagged nbout n good The little Mr Albert Johnson commenced teach deal and who were not in itthreo months Mrs Henry Hamed died last week with He ago still hold on with a death grip as ing Mondny nt the Masonic Halt typhoid fex er There are poxoral foul bog pons in tow n it were and are now claiming much more will hnve only a small school till the that tho Invird of henllb should condemn than thoy will ever got Smith Waggoner district fchools close when he has the Mr is their groat apotle now nnd where he promiso ot a good many pupils and hnx e rvmox ed The Womans Foreign Missionary S- - leads tho others f How At Gartleldthe Johnson has an excellent education and ciety will meet next Friday with Mm Fopulists baxo some following but the has bad the best of school advantages Kepublicans are really in the lend there He has out x cry satisfactory circulars Oc Meyer at 2 oclock p in Democrats should tvmomlor that Iee The Garfield element is practically made His terms are x ery reasonable and cer- Â¬ Hishop is the regular nominee in this up of x oters from l t 15nn a strong tainly no one in this community needs district for constable And Mr Junius Kopublican oint that once x oted for G any urging to give this young man a F Jolly with a vim Tin years ago lost trial for if any town under the suu needs Marshal for magistrate Unn had a x oting place and nearly exery a good school it is Brandenburg See Mr Janus Wright of Mdjnady brought four bushels of lxinuls of bis man In it x otcd the Republican ticket him I was asked own raising to town last week and sold Time howcxer remo od that voting place Who do you think is and forced them all to Hanlinsburg the victor Sirocco or IVdagog them out nt one dollar per bushel I re- Â¬ Mr Joseph Adkisson of Wekstcr ban where the Democrats could get n chance plied in the language of a noted Ameri- Â¬ poll bis farm near there and roinx estcd at em and divide the gang This has can They both sketched in vitriol and in a farm in Dxxiess county to which leen successfully accomplished and now outlined in fluid corrosix o sublimate ptfnt he will moxe letween this and the Democrats do not stand in awe of and I am inclined to say Sirocco had the tho x ote from that neck of the woods superfluity But I x ery well know that Christmas The speaking at Garfield was a little neither of them bax c iced elge crystal Uov F H Qninn will begin a pro Bright clear fires are bum t acted meeting at the Haptist church in tame in some resp cts to what it was at natures r Hardinsburg Judge Hoard and Keubcn in the furnace but tho machinery and this place the second Sunday in He will be assisted by Kex Mc Miller here remox ed their brass collars motives are not dixine but undeniably and were as peaceful as two young lambs human instead Let us clear the scene Farlaine of lnisxnlle Mr A KincheliM who has boon Miller had cxidently learned that it of all cartoons caricatures lampoons and with lorman A Shntlleworth for a wouldnt do to arouse an old campaigner libels and bax o white winged peace year or so in the clothing business like Board and their meeting each I read with increasing interest all the day on tho stnmp since they letters on the money question If we closes his contract with them this week Mr Kincheloe will still continue on the were at Hardinsburg has been most listen to our Republican friends they road in the clothing trade but he goes peaceful Judge Murray who was so that the unconditional repeal of the with a new firm the next year He says long winded in the beginning of his purchasing clause of the Silx er bill is the the salaries ot clothing drummers has canvass has cut bis speech down to a only thing that can restore confidence in been reduced some owing to the dnll plain talk of fifteen minutes and it takes the country and they are striving to times the pst year but he will haxe no better maintain tho parity of gold and silver At all the points where the candidates and this cannot be done withont selling difficulty in getting a good position Mr Kincheloe has had about six years ex Â¬ have appeared they hax e Wen met with bonds to increase the gold reserve The perience on the road and understands good crowds At liudsonxillc the big Democrats are dixided on the great ques-Â¬ Hie clothing trade thoroughly He has side of the crowd goes with the Kepubli Â¬ tion and here come the Topnlists with no trouble in selling goods and always cans again bnt when yon get down to their theory Oh for something to sells to good men This is the character McDaniels and across into Custer here heal and harmonire politics and factional of man the trade demands and Mr it changes rapidly and the woods are uintrenoes i can nex er rememtier a Kincheloe has no tronble in securing a fairly alix e with x oting Democrats The time when there was snch an opportuni position He has bad a good offer from candidates hax e been speaking at these ty for loliticians to make personal sacri Â¬ a Xew York honse bnt he thinks he will places this week and they hax e worked fices and when indixidnal preferences np snch an interest that a fnll vote may should be subordinated for lofty patriot- Â¬ remain in Ixmisvillo be looked for at point The Dem ism in this honr of emergency FOR DEMOCRACY ocratic candidates alone are not doing all the speaking They have been re Catarrh Cannot Se Cared The Hon W E Minor Will Take enforced by some local campaigners who with local applications as MraSnlllo llonrdln visiting nt Wob stor Ilex T It thilnn wont to Lodlliurg 1 Â¬ coming election Other Democrats wero called but would not respond Unani- Â¬ mous calling brought tho Republican orator Burton to his foot and for half nn hour his wit reason and argument was directed agnlnst the party which Monnrch nnd Wliltworth had so lately eulogized Then folio wod Jim Miller in nnswer to Burton At one jiinpture ow- Â¬ ing to n misunderstanding trouble seemed imminent between these giants However their good judgment assorted Itsolf andnll passed peaceably ofT Uncle Milt nnd lteuben may amuse other parts of tho county but give us Basterfield and Jim and plenty of room and well do our part of the laughing Â¬ Head Gear 41 1 i FOR ALL THE JAt Family H Wo have just opened tlie largest and moBt compleUj lino of HATS shoxvn in the county J - K tfV Xi Ayors Sarsnparilln nets directly and promptly purifying and enriching the blood improving the appetite strength- Â¬ ening the nerves nnd invigorating the system It is therefore in the truest sense an alterative medicine Every invalid should give it a trial Prices as usual the Lowest - Epwortb League Program Nov Song Prayer Song gaj 4 Choir J Dyer Choir Minutes ot last meeting Boll call Solo Essay Solo COME AND SEE US Â¬ Uccitation Scripture lesson Solo Georcie White Sallie Gregory Jno Burns Mannie White and Nellie Gregory J II Logan Mary Lallcist Bertha Mattingly Song Choir Miscellaneous business Officers of Election The following is a list of the election officers for Breckenridge county appoint- Â¬ ed at the August term of the Brock enridge County Court vii Hardixsrcro District No 1 Matt Shrewsbcrry Jas W Miller Judges W M Hensley Clerk L Fte Sheriff IIXRntxsncRa Distbict No 2 M L Kincheloe and Jesse Whitworth Judges Frank Haswell Clerk Irvin Payne Sheriff HAnniNsmRo District No 3 Will Miller and J P Haswell Jr Judges R P Shaeklett Clerk Frank Jarboe Recitation VEST CUSTER The girls say the Son of all A lU is the source a of Hardinsburg was in our midst last week Mr B Carman went to Garfield last Sunday to see his best girl Mr Zack Board and wife spent last light Mr John Alexander lo NT Overlook the fact thdt we are in the be-hex--e The Stump Oct 2h 1 Bijeck kskidok hax e 1eon inxited to address the Democracy of Mooleyxille next Saturday nt 2 p m Hax e also Annisos Kv News Dear Sirs WEAK WOMEN KAiiis sttH mjlling in this town at twentj one pounds a Tnt two extra dollars in your pocket when yon come to tewn nevt Saturday one for sugar and one for the Xkwb fr 1 Saturday will le a big day in Clox orport Tiomocrats Repnlilcans and Populists wlllta here in full force Xat and all mothers who arc nursing babies dem c great benefit from Scotts Emulsion Thisprcpara It tion serves two purposes gixcs vital strength to mothers and also enriches their milk and thus makes their babies thm e are hitting the enemy here and there Monarch Mnrray and Brown hax e ap-Â¬ pointments and will donbtless pick np any that have fell by the way With the Tvopnblicans Mr Blanford is billed for a few points so it seems that every ax ailable spot is being cared for by some Â¬ body Bnt the great and final ralljing day is to be at Clox erport next Satnrday The boys all aronnd aro coming to this place and it will not be surprising if it tlosenH tnrn out to be the biggest day that there has Wen in the whole canvass It will be a culminating point A winding up day and you may look out for a ronsor The boys are laying for Cloverport and there will be a battle royal among thorn as to who will carry tbo day Hardinsbnrg will send down a delegation and Steph ensport Union Star and other places will send in their qnota to see the final end of the canvass Here is where the Imys will make their last charge then they will go home to settle the question finally with the tiallots they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to core it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Core is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mncoii8 surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this conntry for years and is a regular prescription It is composed of the beat tonics known combined with the best blood pnrifiors acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combina tion of tho two ingredients is what pro- Â¬ duces snch wonderful results in enring cata- rh Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY A CO Frops Toledo 0 Sold by druggists price 75c Â¬ - week with friends in Vine Grove Rev Dick Cabbet will preach here Satnrday night and Sunday next Mr Dick Bennett and wife a e visiting Sheiff friends near Paynesxille this week Cloxirpopt District No 1 J D Dr Ben Harned and wile of Hudson Gregory and Lonis Waggoner Judges spent Saturday and Sunday at Vquire HC Murray Clerk Will Smith Sheriff Hamed CixVKsroRT District No 2 John Mr German Harrington was in Louis- Â¬ Jennings and J D Wilson Judges T ville last week having bis cars treated C Tousey Chrk Henry Wsgjoner for deafness Sheriff Mr C D Pickerell returned Sunday CixVKitroRT District No 3 C E from Louisville where he has been visit Lightioot and Sam Conrad Judges ing bis parents Leonard OcIm Clerk Jas W Lewis Messrs Logan Butler and Brunie Car- Â¬ Sheriff Bautowk District Jas Ferkins and man have purchased a mule of Hurton Alexander He is a daisy call and see Thos 0 Ryan Judges Thoa H Bates him Clerk W B Taul Sheriff We are sorry to announce tlie death ot STtrnEKsroirr District Thos B Squires and Geo W Payne Jndges Jas Malady Algood His remains were placed in the Old Good Hope hurrying grounds Crawford Clerk E H Miller Sheriff Mooikyxtixe District F G Parr last Saturday and J B Manning Judges Mc Fry Mr Dock Springate is building on his mire Clerk L D Cunningham Sheriff place near here also V D Bennett is TJxiox Star District J J Severs putting up a small bouse on his father-in-laand Elisha Gardner Judges W C farm Crosson Clerk Napoleon BrnnerSheriff Our boys have a rule when coon hunt Webster District Sam J Parks and Under no consideration are yon L II Adkisson Judges Jas P Stewart ing allowed to speak to anyone but those Clerk Aaron Norton Sheriff Bewleyx iixx District Jeff Jolly and who compose the hunt The candidates were here last Satur- Â¬ L A Foot Judges Chas H Drury day in fall force We did not hax e the Richard Bandy Sheriff Clerk Bio SraiKO District Ben Miller and pleasure of bearing then Bpeak but un Â¬ E W Jonis Judges A B Morris derstand that ex erything went off smooth and everyone seemed to be confident Clerk John Richardson Sheriff Sec Hamed and that be would be the next man to serve Cotter District H C Springgatej Judges Joel II Tile us Clerk Jas Harrington Shi riff Dr Meador is attending on Mrs Hus Â¬ Urnsox District Geo P Notting Â¬ ton Alexander- - of Boras who is veiy ham and II C Drane Jndgts J B low with the fevers Whitworth Clerk John Butler Sheriff To the office I will go McDakiels District S W Parsons Though It plm mc o To mail her mv laat and W T Cannon Judges Milt Coke Though my lire It will blast Clerk Joe Shorshell Sheriff Though oM rhilpot Rock Vaw District Jesse A Moor To atop 1 cannot man and David N Howard Judges Jeff Forgive me of my sin Owen Clerk Crit Button Sheriff And write again -- Shoe Business Clothing Business Furniture Business Grocery Business i Dry Goods Business Millinery Business If your eye catches these lines it will be a money saving ex ent to you Your purse will laugh at our low ness in charges for every- Â¬ thing We are in business to do business We make it to your interest to buy from us your homo mer- Â¬ chants No use to go further Come and trade with us r- - m ILL PayneGompton WEBSTER KY Fruit trees A STRAYED 2- 4000 per 1000 Second class 2 years old at SM 00 per 1000 S M HARDIN First class AnnleTiwa 3 years old at 30 00 per 1000 Andyville Ky reF iwn years pan mats ed hole and underhit in right crop and onderbit on hP bndc information Itter Mor Uberal reward lor or delivery delivery to roe at Platers Hall V 11 MOORMAN - iiJ FOE SALE One anndred and eighty acres of land Hardinsburg Hartford and RowlingIjingon Green roads In South west part ol Breclenriage coun Â¬ ty This land it under good fence fony acres in timber rest under high state of cultivation ana ouicr farm ouiia imi iv i l within one mile of llock Vale on the seu on reaaoaaoic r a ror xner pa- rtkulars call on or address ngond JOHNHvriREY Rock VaVeKy A 11 AcmNsnvRO Cerrttiea Hit Shb School SCO tVs Ex cry mother should know that croup can be prevented The first symptom of true croup ie hoarseness This is fol Â¬ Tik Democmts in this District are up and wide awake They Jl all put their X under tlic rootw novt TiieiwlKy Stamp your X under the rooster That n yonliaxe to do to vote tho straight Ttamocratlc ticket is i i TKKcandidMteo are too bony to liunt ponoums They tire on tbo trail of tho Emulsion is a constructive food that pro Â¬ motes Vhe maVing of healthy tissue and bone Ills awondcr ful remedy for Cmaclttlen CnfHiH BHThroM w4 UungSwefuta m4 CuK CM4t Aamt Wwtlnt DImmm f CMMren StmJtr Pumfkhl fm SntCt Emlllu MliemHX Wlnial 6jmK lowed by a peculiar rongh cough If Chamberluina Cough Tlemody la given freely as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the cough has de Â¬ veloped It will prevent the attack 25 and 50 cent battles lor sale by A It rishor Cloverort Kyn and Kincheloe A Board llurdiiiHbnifr Xy Miss Flora Ryan of Pisgah was tho giiHtrt of Miss a aflgie Farber Saturday Cnl Tteports as follows for the month end Â¬ ing Octolwr Stab 1 Sm Number enrolled on census report 100 Somber enrolled in school 83 11 igliest number In school 72 lowest 57 Average flfii A1out50 pupils have not missed a day since school opened The school Is fairly well graded Ko trouble has been experienced in trading the school except some complain of not being able to buy the necessary books tor their children Our people w re wonderfully enthused liy wliat they saw and board at tho Teachers meeting last Saturday and will extend a hearty wel coweto the Association whenever it la convenient to meet with us C Hoyawv Teacher 1 VM Kv October iilSiU News I notice ia your report ot the claims allowed by the late Fiscal Court Ux total for the claims which are payable oat ol tlie lexy ot 3805 1 21 8S50 which abeald have been 1218 85 rieasar evaSiBe the copy sent you and make correction in Bext Co- - RftWvlUi V - vv BcEiwitl iasue The wbole amount appropriated 5ro5B1KlBtm Kv Jwe p Nichols and ordered to le paid are 18M lex y Garfield Ky A R Morris Rig Spring MUSIC COUIKN W1704S 1815 lexy 12185 Total al Ky lt VK Ham mi w lowance forooth yean lexy 5 3S03S a lh rt or rnma ky atag Itespectfully tetivM Ve4ed Kere CMMftwMSilr John E Moxauch 8apcrinU Bdit Chaa Aln CiMMl Ikfckai J i kajk k Atan tioal D teetive Boreas iRdkaapolia J V caoVSruaJSSnMai Sjwakiwj lad aanoaneea that two or three cap VAe and trastwertJiy awn are u Vld tlnn niuua bj r 1 needed in Z b Market lMMtawrkevrwi4a Seek Vale OeUtber 3 Vet Mudaea viMe thlaceaatv roaet aa wxvae deteetix ea wfowt ft C mwt r anlt bis iastractioaa Experwaee tlie Wk k not a eeeaary to aseeeas aVAJ eewity 0etilw30b mil aika r j BnErKKKRinoR F0S SALE Om kuadreJ aid tare aerei of tan lying Tlie eagle the king of all bird is no-Â¬ ltalBoii ted for Its keco sight clear and distinct Cloverport oalfjtU of HardUtVwg oa tki and vision So are those persons who nee aa land on Htrdintbarg turaptk an 4 the Weh U Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak Sixty cm of tkh plaa lii Wr jia tKsl ButT for clt eyes styes sore eyes of any kipd orgran vatioa and aUt thirty um la Uaeer The Blated lids Sold liy all dealer For plaea li adr good fea and wlj watered It sale by Short A Hayaea Clox erport loetic tor a good 4am Has Di K H McWulhX McDaniels food Vnllding aitaandlatwy onreaient m Meyer A Co Bam Gee Heyaer Con U market Term roMonabte Anhlt J T KlSSsTON HaVdiMUrg ataaUn A Taylor koeettl Drurv A- T t i t- ry klAaLA kJ and Sunday Dr FrlM Ctmmi Baiklwg ft 1w4r WU mm JMft aaarAJaJt Jijk VnUm a Haute llkflr U1A W9 klfli iu Jm IfVlb 4ai WW t9 IRm tnMtalo mm mf b WW er mu and rrnnna -- partem St 0b k I ftKexuSSiiIlvSS or CeNMiTrsc h ika TuIimM bHUf w en Mhm At M Hty Heyw baa aeeeptod a peMa wXtWabwwywatMf wtetitite MitiMftl life Jmaranea Oa tX iiiBtyad4rtUm BaadkJwSpMOwUw HeeArViabrryecrTRaaalpaferaaa w XrsAjiSi ta atr 0 pi lndaraHa MWe will iHMklfWl wIHbmmI im aw - wKSr ipiHiai amiig tvaMawwBi v h ipw irrw i1v iiwnrTW-rttx-- rv - - Tt V - - v H r5REkOK3aNftiUaja A MBkWS OtvOVlftiPORr KV HEAVENS OF THE HINDOOS Tho Fuur Degrees of III Inn to Which tho Departed Spirit Im Tho Tows Ih Hovo iu a plurality of heavens and so do tho Hindoos tho former reckoning seven tho latter but four Those four special nbodes of tho Sample Ballot Meade County FULL COURSE DINNER Old Man Circumstantial Evidence An Experienco Which Decided Ono Man In Porovcr Discrediting It I do not lulievo that it is right to convict a prisoner on circumstantial evidence said a prominent citizen Whenever I tun inclined to believe n mnu guilty I always rcincnibornuuxpo rienco in my own lifo when if I had been tripd for murder on circumstantial evidence I would havo been proved guilty Years ago I was living iu an other city I was married to my second wife and it was neighborhood talk that wo did not agreo on nccount of property nnd my children Wo had had sovoral quarrels nnd our domestic relations wero rather strained My wife beenmo desperately ill of fever nnd it left her mind in rather n shattered stato Sho had becomo well enough ono day to go out for a drive and I of course accompanied her Wo lived in a largo houso alone nnd on returning sho started up tho front stops and as sho was weak I took hold of her to nssist her Just ns I did so a former servant girl passed along and she looked surprised as my wife suddenly writhed iu agony Sho had rheumatism aud my grasping her caused her to feel very sensitively my touch nnd to almost shriek iu pain Howovor I managed to get her up to her bedroom on tho second story nnd after sho had lain down I weut down to the stable to feed my horse I was out of tho houso only n few seconds wheu I heard cries of help aud saw soveral neighbors rush into my yard I went hastily in tho direction indicated and to my horror found my wife lying prostrato under an open win dow iu the side yard Sho had lnllen on the top of her head and would havo had her brains dashed out but by good for tuno her head struck tho soft soil of a As it was sho was unconfiowcr bed scious for several days aud I heard from various sources that ugly reports had been circulated to tho effect that I had bocn seen by tho servnnt rcforrcd to choking my wife nnd that I had taken her up stairs and had pitched her out tho window Of courso I know that I was iuuo cent but how could I provo it For weeks I passed through tho most nwful nnxlety thnt any man over did experi ence Tho officers wero shadowing myov ery movement I know nnd I folt thnt all would bo over with 1110 if my wlfo should dio II jwover to my great joy sho recovered nnd with her own lips told how tho wholo thing happened I was nt onco reinstated in tho good opinion of my friends but somotimes I trem bly ortrti now when I think of what a llnreow cscapo I had from being con viorod of murder I tell yon nppcarances aro ofton against tho innocent and this incident has always mndo mo very char itablo In my estimates of whether n man Louisvlllo Courier is guilty or not Journal Four Big Successes Having tho needed merit to more than make good nil tho advertising clnimed for them tho following four remedies hnvo renched a phenduicnal sale Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption Coughs nnd Coklseach bottle guaranteed Electric Bitters tho great remedy ftr Liver Stomach and Kidneys Bucklens Arnica Salve the best in tho world and Dr Kings New Lifo Pills which nro a All these remedies aro perfect pill guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them nnd the dealer whoso nanio is at Â¬ tached herewith will be glad to tell you more of them Sold at A R Fishers Drug store llto lluilK lor Fllfc A lonely old bachelor in Atchison sat on ids porch tho oilier evening and in his great loncliuesss and desire to bo made much of by ono woman mado up his mind that ho would ask tho seventh woman who passed If unencumbered by a husband to marry him Tho first was n girl who woro red slippers and black stockings Tho bachelor was critical nnd congratulated himself that ho had said suventh instead of first The second had n dudo by tho arm Tho third wore glasses aud looked coldly at tho giggling eouplo ahead of her Might as wall go into tho ico busi thought tho bachelor Tho fourth ness had thrco children with her and talked about papa as sho passed the gate Tho fifth woro widows weeds Tho sixth wns such a modest pretty girl of 10 thnt tho bachelor wondered if ho hadnt said sixth instead of seventh Several minutes elapsed before tho suventh camu Into vlow Sho had a graceful walk and n nearer view showed sho was not bad looking Might havo dono worse ho thought Sho stopped as sho reached tho gate By turned and walked up tho path Jovo sho is coming to take possession I havo como said said tho baoholor tho woman In n voice that somohow mndo tho bacholors blood chill to usk your influence iu favor of tho constituTho bachelor gave tional amendment a horse yoll threw up his legs and fled Atchison Globe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Was Tho Feast to Which the Enabled to Invito His Comrade A Full Comso Dinner III Cents tlm most eoiD picuiius sign on tho front of that famous Patk row restau Is Â¬ rant known toall traiupdoiii in paitkii DEMOCRATIC i TICKET REPUBLICAN TICKET PEOPLES PARTY TICKET lnr mid the public iu general as Tho Boss Tweed As the patrons of tho establishment aro uot bothered by su- For Judgo Court of Appeals WILLIS L ltKKVES For Congress a a For Judge Court of Appeals 13 For County Clerk L D GUFFY JAMES II AltNOLD For Congress For Sheriff ISAAC PATTEItSON ALEX D MONTGOMKKY JOHN W LEWIS For County Judge For County Judge For Jailer 8 1 WOOLlOLK WILLIAM OSUOKKE For County Attorney For County Attorney TII03 II HAMILTON 0 0 FA1KLEIGH For County Clerk It II NEVITT For Sheriff n n o a a D D For County Clerk D D PROHIBITION TICKET For Judge Court of Appeals perstition or nt least not in a suflleieut measure to clash with their appreciation of such a generous offer ns a full courho dinner for lit cents tho meal In question is a vastly popular one among tho restaurants habitues Into tho Uoss Twcod ono evening shortly niter dusk there entered nil individual of surpassing thabbiucss of raiment but who wa both dignified and handsome IIo was a tall man past middle ago and carried himself with tho air of nu old soldier who Ih proud of his record In appearance ho was n shabby and time worn edition of Mult typo of cavalryman ono sees iu pictures of the first Napo leon b campaigns for his iron gray muhtacho bristled lleicoly nnd ho woro nu imperial on his chin IIo was pale but his eyes wero bright and abovo them wero shaggy eyebrows almost ns heavy in texture as his mustache Tho old chap approached tho cashiers counter aud said May I ask you to inform mo what your dinner for 1 cents conYes sir replied tho cashsists of You get soup fish roast twt ier vcgctablen bread and butter n cut of pio nnd n cup of coffee 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ah-h-h-h For Sheriff It i V IIAGAN Most generous Im sure said tho old follow slowly nodding his head in con firmation of his words nnd then ho leaned over tho counter nnd In n lower I havo asked a gentleman tono added to dine with mo this evening Might I inquire if you could nrraugo so as to lot mo havo two dinners for quarter The cashier n kindly man who is per forco kept perpetually on tho qui vivo lest ho bo cheated glanced nt his ques tioner sharply as if ho suspected ho was boing chaffed but ho saw in nu instant thnt tho query was genuiuo and ho apÂ¬ Â¬ righteous after death each has its name Gods Tho first is called Sam loga Near to world tho so olid Saineoba God tho third Sarobain Gods Im ago aud tho fourth Sayutcheyain which signifies to bo absorbed in him To Sara logn tho first degreoof bliss go tho souls of all of tlioso who havo over mndo n pilgrimage to a holy plnco or who havo paid for tho temple lights for Iu Sara loga there is great ono mouth happiness nnd no work or sickness Tho iuiunto is allowed to read thofift sacred books drink ambrosia nnd hear tho houris sing ToSnniccba go tho Bpiritsof nil Keor ikarar or workers iu tho Brahman cause nlso tlioso who forego tho comforts of this life such ns sleeping iu a recumbent position eating sufficiently etc Their happiness consists chiefly of continually praising God To Sorobam tho third heaven go tho souls of such ns never spoil Gods model by shaving or paring tho unils Theso nro They wander tho Brahman Yogis about tho earth nlwny going from left to right They eat nothing but nauseous food mid live in a constant state of abstraction on divino subjects Tho fourth heaven Sayutchoynm Is tho coming abode of tho nyane or philosophers These nynno pay no attention to heat or cold never batho and often go for weeks without food If thoy nro sick uo one knows it but thorn solves They nro tho stoics of tho world of today and bcliovo that iu Sayutche yain they will eventually bo absorbed iu tho Deity St Louis Republic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rtnv A Z C TAYLOB WALL OF PROTECTION Against Disoaso off Brazil ern In Far ltir ZC Taj lor MltMoiurr nf the South Â¬ JliitUt Con en I dm t llrazil write of consider It a Vail of rutec lennetucri tlun against diseate ami a turn guarantee of health ana liajiplntev Hlnre I tint took Cer lnetner three ymTnn my healili has beun almost perfect 1 work Inuesxantly and can expose myiHlf an much a a native Hor Mr Ujlorn location 1a at Ilahla al mo ttinitertheciiiMtor on the Atlantic coast It lit the homo or Malaria and all those malignant forms of iliseaxe that aie born of It Here at In all other lilacc of like character Ucrineturr has tinally triumphed it Is the Kfeat Conqueror of malaria In all Its forms and In all places Will break any fever In less time tlun Quinine or Antlpvrino ami leave none of their unpleasant effect such as nenousncssnanseianitirostiation Ami then It is so cimhI to take that even little children soon learn to cry for It Â¬ tl000 for 300 Sold by Druggists Co Klnz5 Royal Oermetuer Atlanta la When the children drink bad water nnd eat too much green fruit or have tho stomach ncho or diarrhwa from any cause you neednt ho alarmed about them If you will get a L5c 50c bottle of Dr Bells Anti Flux they will bo nt play in half hour after the first dose For sale by Short it Haynes Cloverport Dr It H McMullin McDaniels M Moyer Co Burns Constnn Geo Ileyser mwn n Correctly weekly by Iumphrey A Iaufer Pro Â¬ duce Commission Merchants sto Second St bet Main and Market Louisville Ky LOUISVILLE KY Oct 80 1691 Shippers should mark all packages plainly with shippers name and post office address BUTTER Choice country Medium Creamery EOOS Fresh 13 11 14 v-- Ifc i For Jailer For Jailer II II IIAltltlNGTON D For Assessor For Congress ISENJAMIN C preciated tho situation With pleasho paid and going to tho ure sir door tho old follow signaled to a still inoro ragged companion who was wait ing withont and tho two proceeded forthwith to diuo Now York Mail and Express Â¬ tiie Taylor llosetta Drury llennett Bewleyfille Ky AV E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Gar- Â¬ field Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky A 2b 12 2li Co l For Assessor SYMlSON JAJLE3 T BLAND lis- For Surveyor For Surveyor - For Coroner For Coroner INDEPENDENT TICKET For Justice of the Peace For Justice of the Peace For Justice of the Peace K PAUL MILLS D For Constable GEOItGE W OH ISM For Constable For Constable k B M A There is no medicino so often needed in every home and so admirably adapted to tho purposes for which it is intended Hardly a ns Chamberlains Pain Halm week passes hut some member of the family has need of it A toothache or headache may bo cured by it A touch of rheumatism or neuralgia quieted Tho severo pain of a bum or scald promptly relieved and tho soro healed in much less tlmo than whon medicino has to bo sent for A sprain may bo prompt- Â¬ ly treated before inflammation sets in which insures n euro in about one third of the timo other wise required Cuts and bruises should receive immediate treatment before the parts become swollen which can only bo dono when Pain Balm is kept at hand A fore throat may bo cured before it becomes serious A troublesome corn may bo removed by applying it twice n day for n week or two A lamo back may bo cured and several days of valuable timo saved or a pain in tho sido or chest relieved without paying a doctors bill Proeuro a 50 cent bottle nt onco and you will never regret it For salo by A It Fisher Clo- Â¬ Board verport Ky and Kincheloo V Ilardiusburg NAPOLEON SMASHED THE VASE r Tho hand picked Navy Old or Common and colored Michigan BEANS 134 1 U indlaDa 1 tii It N IIEAVRIN JAMES II OBRYAN He Had a Iorrlble Way of Arguing That Wo Entirely Convincing Early in April 1707 tho pooplo of Austria demanded peaco with Franco public sometimes niakos mo very tired remarked u fireman a day or two ago Hows that What kick hnvo you coming about tho dear pub Why it never takes Into no lie count that wo hnvo to work It soms to hnvo n gilt wlged idea that wo nit around tho front of tho engine houeo in our shirt sleeves and smoko and tell btories occasionally getting up and go ing out to a fire by way of general I havo kuowu it enter amusement tained this idea forsoiuo time but I was never called on to untangle it ns I was today when n city official a city official mind you passed our house and getting Into conversation with n few of us asked in his blandest nnd most guile less way if wo did day or night duty It gnvo mo tho mot supreme satisfaction to inform tho gentleman that wo worked day night all tho time Sundays Christmns Fourth of July nnd St Patricks day IIo even scorned surprised to know that wu slept iu tho houso Ivo had n dozon others nsk mo thb sniuo question and tho other night a brilliant citizen sailed into tho houso and capered up stnirs like a load of bricks falling on a tin roof Ono of tho boys told him to keep quiet or hodwnko Why does anybody sleep tho men hero ho asked iu tho most cheerfully Does anybody sleep hore idlotiowny Wo pooplo grow very weary of being compared to tho police forco about hav ing work to do Theres ouly ono out of overy 100 that knows what a firemans work Is anyway OltfoStato Journal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fin iiiuii FEATUERS Trlme white goose Mixed Old No 1 duck to 22 5 75 to 2 00 00 to 1 20 35 20 m t0 16 20 25 a AME I Rabbits Suulrrols I 25 to 50to1 1 75 50 IIIDES Green rood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins Rooiters per lb 3 4 5 10 12 5 7 30 Vi POULTRY liens per lb Cgd 50 Spring Chickens per doz i 50 DRIED AHVLE3 AND PEACHES to Apples choice bright quarters 4 J to 5 Apples average 1 hi 4 Apples old Peaches new Peaches old WOOL to 5 Tub washed Orease fine Grease coario Merino Hurry and Cots Tallow Beeswax Sorghum 21 22 15 q 16 uj 15 13 10 ft 12 10 13 MISCELLANEOUS 4K fu 25 35 30 Molasses HAY CJRAIN FEED We quote prices to day on Louisville OATS city 38 13 00 12 00 00 6 50 wharfi No 2 oats 32 Strictly choic Choice No 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw- - HAY 10 50 11 00 10 00 175 rail CORN hotce white Choice shelled 42H 48 4 3 3 3 00 50 4 3 3 3 5 A CATTLE Good to extra shipping Light shipping Best Butchers Medium to good butchers HOGS Choice packing and butchers Fair to good 100 lbs THE GIUL IN WHITE MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE OF ZIE CLARK TWENTY YEARS AGO LIZÂ¬ The Tragedy of a Little IlllnoU Town Murder or Suicide Tho Gliuit That Is Seen bjr Hunter and Illver Men It Is Always Arrayed In a White Gown 3 Y Fully 20 years have passed slnco Liz io Clark nu orphan with a horitago disnpoarol from n hotol in Dallas City Ills as completely as if tho earth had swallowed her up In all that wostern country thero has never been a stranger oiiso than tho disappearance of that girl md thoro has never boon n greater ghost mystery thau has boon and still Is occasioned by tho evidently disombodied spirit of tho girl Tho story of Lizzio Clark has been comity history Sho was an orphan and had some property and inonoy A guard ian had been appointed and Lizzio being nmbitioas to add to her little More set about to work in a hotol hard by tho rlvors edge Through tho dining room of this hotol runs tho liuo between Hancock and Henderson couutios so that often n guest roached from Han cook into Houdorsou county whon after button A country swain and his lass if soatcd opposito each other al this board oro in different counties Many u man wantod for somo oIToubo in Hancock oounty has sat at this table In Hen dorson county and griuuod at tho sheriff of Hancock comity It was cjiio afternoon about SO years ngo that Lizzio Clark who had bcon washing dishes iu tho kitchen stepped out into tho yard of tho hotol Sho was seen to Ioavo tho kitchen by sovoral working aronud tho houso who paid no attention to tho girl but that was tho lust over soon of her Tlioso who saw her stop out into tho yard heard no scream no stifled moon uo struggling but thero are pooplo yot living who bo liove that tho girl was suddouly solzcd stranglod concealed Iu tho houso nutil dark and then cast into tho dark rivor Bo that as it may tho murderers if they ronialncd in tho same locality long have been nmply tormented since It Is said that tho murderers did not leave the locality for some time thereafter and yet again others say the girl was never murdered but drowned livrwlf and that he ghost is notj one of a murdered parsons but oae of a sui cide All one can gain from the differ ent stories and theories is thai the girl was dealt with foully iu some umnner and that her ghost still haunU the locality Of ooarse every effort was made to ferret out the mystery Dswaotiva Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hunted high and low money was spent to no purposo and finally tho guardiau of tho girls cstato turned her monoy and property over to tho county authorities in whoso hand it remains to this day becauso thero is no kith or kin to claim it Tho girls ghost was first soon in Do comber 1887 when a party of duck hunters wero returning to Dallus City from tho islands An oxenrsion steamer hod become disabled latu iu tho hcnson and was lying on tho bank of tho island aoross tho bay Sho was iu a rather bad fix It was expectod to loavo her thero duriug tho wiutcr As tho hunters uearod tho craft n form in whito was soon to run out upon tho upper deuk It was a youug girls flguro and sho was oridcutly being pursued for from across tho water camo scroauis and then Loavo mo nlono tho following words loavo mo alone or I will drowu my solfl With that tho specter Hung itself into tho river Thero was n splash and tho cold waters closed over tho whito body Sovoral timos during that wiutor tho ghost of Lizzio Clark was seen at night and at early candlo light around tho disabled stoamcr Whon tho steamer was taken away tho noxt spriug work 11141 and steamboatuicn heard pitiful screams from tho willows- on shoro as tho boat moved away Tho spirit did not loavo tho l iland and it is believed now that sho was buried on tho island after tho murder Of later years however tho girls ghost has been been in n ski if at night and it was only a fow evenings ago that one of tho St Louis mid St Paul fust stoamers ran Into tho spectral thing Tho pilot did not S20 tho ghostly craft until too lata IIo nay ho saw a boat of whito that looked moio like lloatiig In tho boat fleoco thau anything oho was u young girl iu whito ralmont but thero woro blood clots on tho white Sho wus rowing swiftly When dress tho prow of tho steamer struck this frail craft it cut through it Ilka mist Tho ghostly occupant only laughed a cart of uncanny laugh a half scream aud whou wo had passod I saw tho spoctral craft daiiolug on tho waves behind I doubt if on ordinary skiff could havo lived iu tho waves of our steamer right Tuna spoko tho puder the paddles pilot aud ho is n man of fow words and sterling integrity Havo you soon Lizzio Clarks boat is mow the question that goes from one month to another during tho summer season Tho question is uot asked bo of ten in winter from the fact that the poor girls spirit does not seetu to roam so uiiwh IiuuterK have oome into Dal las shaking with fright and oalliug for a dram to brace their nerves sajriuff Â¬ - lands abovo on tho ico they had met Liz zio Clark walking rapidly toward them Sho always wonts that whito drum and tho blood stains on tho neck aro plain Tho girls eyes aro always staring wide open as If sho wero boing suffocated Her spirit has been known to step out from behind a clump of doad trees at tho head of tho inland and faco passers by Sho will givo them n terriblo look aud thou scream piteonsly Iu an instant more tho spirit has disappeared Chicago Times Â¬ Â¬ that while coining down from tho is Â¬ A Knockout I I I havo Youth trombliugly como to you sir for tho hand of your daughter Do- Which hand Father briofly Usit Freo PjX22 What IU Lacked My husband has all tho virtnes bnt ono roinarkqd thowlfoof n struggling young debtor What is that askod her sympathet Â¬ ic friond Patients replied tho young wife Now York Telegram The India ltubbcr Variety Guest Waiter bring mo n steak and somo mushrooms Waiter Yes sah Youll havo to wait a fow minutes foil do mushrooms sah They aro boing usod on a stoak foh another customor joV now sah Now Negotiations were begun in tho vicinity of Leobcu Bonaparto in an intervlow with tho Austrian plenipotentiaries Your government has said to thorn sent against mo four armies without generals and this timo a general withIn tho treaty whioh tho out nn army Austrian commissioners projected tho first nrtiolo stipulated that tho emperor of Austria thereby recognized tho Erase itl exclaimed French republic Tho exlstcncoof tho rcpub Napoleon lio is as plain as tho sun This nrtiolo Wo nro our is only fit for tho blind own masters and shall establish any government wo prefer If ono duy tho should ho continued French pooplo wish to croato n monarchy tho emperor might object that ho had recognized n republic Tho piolimlunrieswero soon sottlcd Napoleon signing for trance thus placing himself on nn equal footing with tho emperor of Austrin Tho formal treaty known as Campo Formio was signod iu October 1707 Austria fulfilling tho pledges sho had already given Tho Austrian plenipotentiary protostcd agaiust tho distribution of tho provinces boy on d tho Adigo Napoleon was angorod at this aud seizing- n vaso dashed it to tho ground exclaiming It it is uot so arranged I will break your monarchy ns I hnvo broken this vaso This argument of forco ns dem onstrated to tho diplomat was convincing nnd tho treaty was signed Ex change Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Whenever tho little children tho la-dies or tho big men want something to regulate their liver or euro constipation nnd billiousneBS Dr Bells Tiny Tonic Tnblets is what thay must hnvo They euro and you never feel it Purely vegetaFor sale ble 23c a vial everywhere Dr Haynes Cloverport by Short M Meyer McDaniels It II McMullin Geo Ileyser ConstanCo Burns tino A Tnylpr Ilosetta Drury Bennett Â¬ Â¬ 40 00 25 76 65 25 CO Roughs Sboats and pigs Good to extra shipping Fair to good LAMBS Good to extra spring to good Fair and SHEEP 4 V0 4 86 6 50 under4 76 2 CO 2 76 4 50 2 80 4 90 6 75 6 00 2 25 2 60 4 75 4 00 A Co Bowleyville Ky W K Brown Irvington Ky Jno PNichols Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky Quulut Old TliuoVill R W Atusdoii n Brocktou polioo officer hns in his possession n printed copy of tho will of Joseph Porter mndo iu East Stoughton now Avon on Feb 10 1802 Mr Porter was born in 17U0 and died in ItJOU Tho most interesting rJart of tho will is that relating to what ho left his wife Elizabeth us follows Tho oasterly cud or half of my now dwolllug house and so much of tho collar as is nocossnry for her use also one half of the buttery iu tho other part of tho houso and tho privilege of tho oven woll dooryard ttc during her natural lifo nlso tho improvement of ono good cow which Is to bo kept on my farm for her uso during her natural lifo nlso ono good yearling hog well fntted yoar ly aud uiuo bushels of Indian com und thrco bushels of rye n sufficiency of wood to kcop ono flro cut up fit for tho Â¬ Louisville St Louis Sl Texas R R Co SCHEDULE TIME Tukinir iiioct Ai 600 oclcl 63 A nsro 22 U Sunday Dec 17 1893 ItVlt Bound IVainl Sail Bound TVaiNi Mall M Exprs Kxprs Dally B30pm 6 45 7 25 7 30 7 47 7 51 8 04 Mail A Dally 715am 800 8 40 8 43 STATIONS Kxprs Kxpr Dally Dally 8 30pm IvUnn Kentucky St tar York Hornld Tho brother of Cetowayo according to Rider Ilnggnrd was nt ono tlmo al most persuaded to becomo n Christian bnt whon ho was told that ho must put away his wives ho ref usod to accept tho Â¬ condition The Kind of medicino you nood AyeRs can havo no substitute Cures others in tho old rolinblo tamo mid blood purifier Whenever a druggist tolls you ho lias something just ns good for coughs grip etc as Dr Bolls Pine Tar Honey dont you brlievo it for we guarantee that it is not true Wo make tho genuine and authorize all druggists to guarantee it Tho E K Sutherland Co Paducah Ky llnynes Clovtr For Bale by Short McDaniele port Dr It II McMullin M Moyer Co Burns Geo Hoyser Constantino A Taylor Hosctta Drury Bennett Co Uewleyvillo Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A It Morris Big KpHng Ky TCystJti mid Pictures Tho lato Lord Tennyson was not credited with much admiration for pictorial art Lord John Russell mot him on his roturn from Italy und askod how ho en Â¬ joyed tho pictures and works of art iu I liked thorn very much Floreuoa Bald Tennyson but I was bothorod bo causa I oould not got any English tobao oo for love or money A lady told mo I oould smuggle some front an KuglUh ship if I heavily bribed the custom house ofliwrs but I didnt do that and Ban Francisco Argonaut earn away Â¬ hoarth otu To his son Jortcph ho gnvo witli other my hcrre for tho purpose of property holpliiR his mother to meeting on tho Lords day an often as she is uLlo and Boston Globe iucliuod Some folks will think that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honev Is no better than tho common cough remedies until they try it Then thoy will know for theinsdvea that Its tho best on earth For salo by Haynes Cloverport Dr R Short 11 McMullin McDaniels M Meyer Co Burns Geo Ileyser Constantino Bennett A Taylor Rosetta Drurv Co Bowleyville Kv W E Brown Irv- Â¬ ington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A 11 Morris Big Spring Ky i i ricturo In n Church There Is probably only ono church In Britain which contains n satirical pio ture It is tho littlo church of South Brent iu Somersetshire On thrco oaken pows nro carved pictures which wero intended to satirize tho greed of a cer tain religious dignitary nt Glastonbury This ecclosiastio is represented iu the first picture as n fox dressed iu robes and mller mid holding a crook iu Ills right paw Iu tho secoiid picture tho fox lias bcon manacled by a flock of geese and iu the third tho birds have revenged themselves on their foo by hungiug him from tho branch of a trco Loudau Correspondent A Rutlrlcul Â¬ 9 0O 9 07 813 8 21 8 30 8 38 8 45 8 65 917 9 2H 9 31 9 41 1004 1014 1020 1028 10 Hoc Haven I onnllranch K ron Ouston West Point Howard llrandonburtf Irvington Webster Lodiburi licrco Sluple Stcphensport Holt Cloverport SI lman Hawcsvllle Pctrie Falcon Cayce Lcwlsport Powers Pates Otvensboro Mattinrly OrlfhtV Stanley Worthlngton 1245pm 30 U Warn 1147 1132 1124 1116 1107 10 69 10 50 12 10 41 815 735 7 30 714 7 07 6 48 6 40 6 30 658 964 900 914 09 1031 1025 1020 1011 10 Ou 10 UJ 614 6 06 9 17 9 28 9 31 964 94J 1012 0 02 0 07 1018 10 35 10 48 litSBr6flDl 3 1069 1109 1114 1119 1125 1131 108 1145 1163pm 114 1110am 130pm 1036 1060 1063 1105 1116 1121 1130 1134 1140 11684m 1212pm 1222 123d 1238 12 42 1260 1267 U Addison Shops 567 662 S45 536 5 40 6 24 6 21 9 48 9 45 9SJ 922 914 868 600 469 4 4 4 4 9 08 9 04 40 8 25 8 Heads Spoltsvllle 61 7 43 7 35 7 815 802 764 61 45 42 36 4 20 4 08 4 00 347 341 337 3 SO srllendersn Ilasetts Iv 727 719 705m 323 316 310 265pm R R fotbers Tu LouIsviMeHadfnsburg Western ninr i i She Va4 Very Cuiiou SARSAPARILLA it Did Miss Chilton givo you any en oouragemout whou you proposed to her Not a groat deal 1 usod every argu ment I oven wont so for as to assure hor of my nbiltty to support her Iu tho stylo to which sho had boci noous Â¬ tontod man I havo been a miu wuo for mnny yonrs and in each xneA ivlmrn MoTIIEUS FlilEHU was used it accomplished won Â¬ ders and rollovcd much Buffer- Â¬ ing It is tho best roincdy for rltliip of the Breast known and worth tho price foe that alone Mus M w llRweTUH Montgomery Ala nrlrW blcSSlnff nffured ohlld bearlniT - wo-- Friend tlin irrnntaHt No 3 TIME TABLL TAKING EFFECT JULY 2fl 1801 4 f West Hound Trains D7IT7 Dailv ex Sun ex Sun No6 Nol Kast Hound Trains Dallv Dallv ex Sun ex Sua STATIONS No Lv Irvington Al t No usrnciu Harned llardlnsburr Jollv fllendsan T1tnnatv Kirk will cure you And what did sho say She said I might call around later ami show her uy iucouio tax receipt bUU Haiuhr Kinren or Vnllonnlrtol ujr Sulci br Hid Ml bold In took To Motbn 1 JlAlun w HA ATLANTA ar KallsRough Hocivai Kath Iv Astias WnMiitoH star crrmrKBBMKM ArKsvillI rut - I1 ii iiliiiiiiTwffrttwnrTBBIffBSi fmm a ifi r HMMMWMHBHMi T5 J vv w iTiUMITtl fill rTn1TMnrrJTiiiMiiiiiii - i t inin - ttrTmv is sspiWrilsia1hkj niiiru- 11 tnr mnwnii tmrmtfmmmm0toaw WHMMMHH THR BRRGKHmDQEX NEWS GLOYHRPORT KY ushered into tho prosenco of an pretty n I young lady na you often havo mi oppor tunity to look nt exclaimed A pretty young lndy You nro doing very woll Ln Maxey mar 1roceod Dont spare tho details iWWU iff EverylMxly laughed even Mrs For sythe but Ellen who wns watching her with sharp eyes saw that a now and secret terror wan coming over herns tho doctor went oil At his last words her hand trembled visibly Nevertheless sho only raised a handkerchief to her lipn uud did lui speak Well said my Lamar eiutinued friend tho lawyer to tho young lady of whom I told hero i3 Mr you IIo was nn old friend of your fathers Ho ought to know H very Mrs M X Wade well You wont object to his examin Stonewall Tcnn Tho young woman ing you I supposo laughed as I thought a llttlo nervously nud said Oh no not nt nil I havo no objection IIo may inspect as much n3 ho pleases llathcr moro bold nud loud than I should havo liked but still not Kldnoy and Llvor Troublo offensive Dark hair you see said tho and Norvous Dobility Oh yes lawyer Isnt that right 10 Years of Gufforlng Ended by And black eyes said I quito right Oh yes said I Taking Hoods Good ngain isnt it C I Hood Co Lowell Maist And so ho went ou perfectly good The effects ot Hoods Sarsaparilla In my cats making a iort cf inventory of her dis tiuctivo points much na though sho had havo been truly marvelous It far surpasses 16 been nhoruo which ho was trying to sell any other medicine I have ever taken For years I was troubled with torpid liver kidney me And finally you caut guess what trouble and nervous debility uud was happened A Hclploss Invalid They nil gave it up without trying finally I have been taking Modes Sarsaparllla for three Well said Dr Lamar am cured I feel months nnd feel tho lawyer persuaded tho girl to pull now than I I havo that Isixteen years I better thank for stocking and show mo her left Uod first for my health nnd C 1 Hood It Co off her second for Hoods Sarsaparllla I have recom- foot Mr nail lira Maxey wero so intent ou what the physician had to say that they did not observe Mrs Forsythe but mended It to all my neighbors nnd several ot Ellen saw that sho looked really ill and them nro mine Hoods Karsaparllla with Rood reiults I am 63 ears old and feel better than I iu tho midst of it darted n wild searchMas E Waiik Stonewall Tenn did at 40 ing suspicious glance into her own eyes IIo mado her show mo her foot Hoods Pills act eailly yet promptly and said tho physician and then I saw efficiently on the liver and bowels 23c that ono of tho toes waa missing Hero was tho s nr nbout which ho had so I must first iitrodnco myself toyou mysteriously hinted Well said ho sir I am Miss Ellen Mnxcy My broth- Â¬ when wo wero out of tho placo onco er Mr Julian Maxey is an nrtlat mid lives nt 20 Ualku ohio phico I um very pleased to know Miss Maxey Pray do not stand Seat your- Â¬ self seat yourself Miss Maxey Tho polito old gentleman dusted a chair with great diligence nnd drow it invitingly into tho middlo of tho floor besido tho green covered table Ellen sat down and tho lawyer fol- Â¬ lowed her example by taking n scat in his office chair ou tho other side of tho table ho Now my dear young lady chirped iu n cheerful littlovoico dont bo nt all rfrai I to f reo your mind to Say whatever is in your heart to me say and say it ai though you wero talking to your most confidential friend Thus encouraged Miss Maxoy began 7ic loahul at JIIcn irfh on crpraston of nt once wmovcrniilAc i aac I nm not sure sir that you will not more was it old or recent I anj suro mo insane I I dont know Ikiw to nnswer thnt I bo inclined to thinkno ndvicu to beforono ask said with a laugh Well can you toll havo done I havo suspicious to communicate I havo simmo this Is it 18 years old Fostelle you nro 111 It is useless for you to deny ply como hero to tell you f omo facta my own it You look as though you hud been n which havo como under beliovo personnl thero is at is pale Your hands observation becauso I ghost Your face tremble I nm afraid you aro going to least n possibility that thoy may bo of great interest to you If not I shnll bo sick Wo had better go at once No cried out Mrs Forsytho ill n havo dono my duty nnd havo freed my husky voice dont stop your story nt conscience looked nt her with n bland Tho lawyer intorcnting point on my acsuch nn count Givo your nnswer to tho lawyer smile and inclined his head encouragingly first Old or recent which I havo only ono request to mako By no possibility 18 years That Miss Maxey went on and that is that was my nnswer you will never toll anybody whatover Mrs Forsytho roso up with n vcho tho result of this interview may be that menco that i trrtled them nil Sho looked I camo hero to sco you nt Ellen with an expression of ungovern Tho polito lawyer assured her again nblo rago nud then at the bewildered thnt her confldenco should bo respected physician Then said Ellen I will begin nt Dr Lamar rho cried has that low lived fdso hearted chit of n girl onco with what I eniuo to say Do yon thcro let yoa on to tell what you havo remember tho sensation iu the papers last December about tlio nameless girl who told was found caught on a point of rock bo Lamnr was ou his feet iu an instant neath Somerset sea road Mrs Foif ythe ho said in a tor Seems to mo I do recollect seeing tho aro yon mad riblo voice His look calmed tho rising tiger in headlines I am very suro I did uot tho woman iu nn instant For n miiiuto read tho articles Briefly sir It was this Wo found sho gazed into his face und then her extho poor child caught on a point of rock pression chrngtd from rago to terror Before them all tho throw her urtn3 below tho road iu front of tho hotol nt Somerset mid brought her homo with nbout hia neck crying out us my brother mid myself Her mind Oh Eurlrce Eustace forgive mo wns gone but nn operation restored her I dont knew what I havo been saying nnd she Is now my brothers wife But und fainted iu unmistakable earnest that does not matter All that I thought might possibly Interest you Is this CHAPTElt XVII Thero waa thero must havo been somo JtltS JIAXY TKIES AOAIN conspiracy to kill her for somo unknown Tho next morning two letters passed motive Sho had been brought up by n by messenger between Ballavoiuo placo and Dr Eustace Lamars oflleo Hero most extraordinary man named Lcardcr Dye who mado no pretense of being her they nro iu tho order of their transmis father but who told us ho did not know sion MyPuaii Kiiiunis I lunon niuojt to mako her parentage to you which jou may tlilnk Mrarifo ami ex Leander Dye eh Allow mo to in traorillnnry tlio more so iiorlmii becauso I quire Miss Maxoy if ho is a shabby cannot cxjil da to cu now tlio rviuons why I genteel individual who looked ns though makt ll Iilonnt know llmt you will del Juctl ho wero continually recovering from n lied in ulvliik 1110 tlio Information tlmt I ileblro to aik bull can only tell you that whether debauch ou crant or refuse it It shall bo n matter en Yon could not havo described him llrely betwecu onrsehes Xolxxly bhall ever hotter Mr Bonistcin know that ou hao tuM me not oen my brother la excuse or thit very bohl letter I I know him then Dont lot mo incan only plead tlio Interval I havo In tlio wel Â¬ terrupt you fare nml liaptilneM of thoso cry near an J ilear Perhaps tlio fact that I nm going to tome I am nuro Dr Iaiuar will nut think that It Is any t lillli whim nn my part that toll you mid which I came particularly leiuUinubn toiieiiino upon tho brotherly In to tell you is known to you already tercbt lie ha always himi toward me Irjou through tho paicrs This poor girl with could tell mo tlio namecf lit t lawyer of whom oupoL hut niidit It onlil alii mo crtatly out a namo had by somo accident been hi an ali ot 1iocIim Unlit I havo undertakfn deprived of ono of tho toes of her left ThatUall Neither Julian nor Annclto U It foot my conllilenco in thU matter IdothUou mj Tho devil you sayl cried tho llttlo own Individual ruspontlblllty without tho old gentleman jumping up in a stato kniiwlcduo of an body In the wldo world How of great excitement Ho recovered him- Â¬ U Mrs Forsytho tills mornlnK I truit eho has self nlmost immediately fully recovered from her inillnosltlouf List Oh I beg a etcnlni Your truo friend Liixn Maxkv tnousanu pardons Miss Maxey lray To Dr Kubtuio Ijunor excuso nny roughness which you may MrDRAiiMtbs Maxey I reply to jour reÂ¬ havo observed in my language Tho quest without a ti Instants hesitation Tho truth is you startled mo when I was name of tholawycr Is Frederick Ilornstelnund hlsolllcols at CO Park row I know that jou thinking of something else I do occawilt rcsH ct this confidence All that I wl h sionally get to dreaming you know to caution ou against Is j our own enthusiasm Pray do notlilntr rush in dear Miss Maxey I Cant help it old habit of mine And trust you will always look upon ino as yoar something you said brought mo back to friend and that you will not hesitate at any tho reality too suddenly What wero tlaiatoask mo anything that Is In my power yon saying Something about an accito crant Itest assured I shall do It Mrs for tthelsqulto III Hho desires ino to apoloclze dent goPray go on Dont mind ma on for her wild words lait nliiht Sho says that lray sho was BUlTerlns cicruclallntr pain all tho Tho lawyer ngain seated himself but evenlnz and bald what sho did In a delirium ho uo longer directly faced Miss Maxoy brought on by too great and continuous self mid ho shaded his fiico with his hand restraint She will convoy her apology In per Thero is no need sir resumed tho eon when sho is sufficiently recovered Yours now as always Eustacb Lamar artists sister of iny entering into do In tho afternoon cf tho saiuo day in tulls until I learn whether all this has which Miss Maxoy received this nnswer any interest for you I will go on nt tho donned her street garments and wont ondo to another fnot and ono which I now acknowledge for tho first time My out Bho walked directly to Park row and brother having been persuaded to givo iu response to her iiKpiiries was shown up on investigation into Mr Dyos luto tho prosenco of n llttlo grny haired Etniugo relations m ith the girl ho had old man with bright eyes who receiv Â¬ brOUUllt tin OS his illild T took it nnnn ed Iter with moat scrupulous politeness myself to look luto tho matter as woll ln mi inner room opouiug off tho main as I could Ouo afternoon somo woeks office Â¬ Mr Bonistcin said Ellcu coming ago I availed myself of a good opportunity to do tho very uuladyllko thing to business without delay I must throw inysolf upon your moroy I moau of following Mr Dyo through tho stroots to say that iny visit to you is strictly I saw hint go into tho house of Mrs private It is not known ovcu to my FostelleI Forsytho on Livingston street Al Tho lawyer did not say moro nearest relatives but ho uttered this ejaculation iu a short Givo yourself no nncasiucw miss Mid tho old gentleman shutting the dry significant manner as if ho meant to eay I thought as uuohl no fixed door very carefully Listening to con AAmoM U a part of my tnwtev Those his bright ey keenly on Miss Maxey s face walli have no dml -o Â¬ Â¬ ow c HSatxxgm rLiMbiM rh rw5SPPfl i mid suspicion in his glance Yes Mr Ilorusteiu ho romaincd in thnt house for koiiio hours When ho camo out I went in I was mistaken by the servant for u fcinalo physicinn nnd conducted at onco ti ti chamber on the second floor Thero I found Mrs For- - Ellcu thought sho detected distrust Freezing by Machinery Its Results as Compared With Those Through the Uso of Melting Ico Tho supeiioiity of refrigeration ob tained by mechanical processes ns com pared with that obtained by molting ico appears iu tlo facts that by it moro in tense cold mry bo secured that nu do sired degree of cold may bo maintained with perfect uniformity thnt it drier atmosphero In secured iu tho refrigerat ing box or room that tho liicouveulenco of frequently replenishing tho ico bunkers nud tho slop mid dirt ntteudnnt upon this work nro avoided that tho nnuoy Ing uncertninty of Ico supply and variability in its prico aro avoided that 3pnco iu tho rooms or boxes to bo cooled is economized by substitution of n coil of pipo on walls of ceiling for tho bulky ico bunker nud that this refrigeration cau bo employed for many purposes and places whero ico canuot bo used nt all Added to all this Is tho fact of para mount lmportniicb that whero much refrigeration is required tlio cost of n mnchiuo nnd its operation is far less than tho cost of ico suffloieut to do nn equal amount of work These advantages havo proved so sveat iu practico that every browcry packing houso cold storngo warohouso or other establishment requiring n largo nmouut of refrigeration contains its individual rcfrigoratitig plant Where consumption nmounts to ton tons or moro of ico daily tho question of economy will bo almost invnrinbly divided In favor of tlio ma china If less than ten tons bo required tho cost of n machluo nnd its operation muy exceed tho cost of ico sufllclent to do n similnr amount of work In many cases tho superior quality of tlio refrig oration obtained its cleanliness relia- Â¬ bility and convenience or tho require- Â¬ ment of move intenso cold thnu ico will prodaco secures tho adoption of tho ma china Thoreforo small machines nro frequently found on shipboard in ho tols mid apartment housos nud in many manufactories but most of tho ico gath ered from rivers mid lakos or mado in factories is not consumed by tho few who requiro largo quantities but by tho many who severally requiro less than ton tons a day Tho effort to bring this superior ro frigcrntion within tho reach of small consumers has taken two directions tho production of small aud inoxponsivo nutomntio machines and n systoni of supply of tho refrigerant from central stations The first has fnilcd hitherto becauso tho balauco of constantly vary ing pressures tcniporaturcs strength of solution etc is too complex a matter for purely nutomntio rogulntiou Without constant skilled nttcutiou tho ma chines work unsatisfactorily whilo tho relatively high cost of plant fuel nud cooling water in operating on a small scalo dofeats economy Chicago Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Trytiic n00 jr l a a TWi mmgt j TmrwtorAtntc f Tut BhLTflFRaMNM f CTt IlLLIf 4 cormcmtP in tiian fntss AiioOAriOH iPgsJ Jr i CHAPTER XVL Till WIDOW FOIISYTHB Mnxcy gravo mul doubtful looked at IiIm sister fact I could boo that Eustace was trou bled and reluctant nlwut it It is evi dently not rt pet Fchemo of his own Surely she did not suggest it Mrs For Slio initnt havo dono ho sytho is very anxious to sco your wife is tho way ho put it I supposo it would not bo out of place for mo to bring her hero some evening And what did you tell him I told him well I snpiwso I did moro than I ought I ought to havo had more consideration for you nud him I told him to como by all means What elho could I do under tho circumstances Consideration for mo cried Miss Maxey reddening I dont knowwhat possible consideration for mo could urge you to act any differently than yon did net Tho Widow Forsytho whom I havo heard so much about Why by all means let her como Let her come and tho sooner tho better I shall bo ready to receive her at her own convenience Bo very sure of that And ready Mis Maxey was when tho critical tinio approached Maxey thought ho had never been her looking so hand some with mi much color in her cheeks with stieh a hpavklo in her eyes As they bat in tho front parlor under tho brilliant gas jets awaiting tho coming of tho eHrted visitors she almost out shone the radiant Annette A roll of carriage wheels in tho street below a long and breatlUbS pause a ring at tho ilonrliell of the artists suit which Maxoy himself aiiswuedand tho guests had eoino Mrs Fumy the my friend Mr Julian Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ You caut imagine what Lamnr wants o do now No What is it IIo wants to brinn his that Mrs Forsytho hero to call Mrs Forsytho call Impossiblol No it is not imixssillo It is tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - cled her wrist placed his finger upon her pulso ami looked into her face seareh- ingiy Shall vM take you back to tho car riage Dont you think it would bo bet- Â¬ ter to go homo at once Mrs Forsytho was rapidly recovering her color As Lamar spoke her glaneo wandered in tho direction of tho artists bister who btood by herself bilent and composed while all tho rest wero full of anxiety A sudden gleam of tho eyes and compression of lips followed that glance Then sho said in avoico which though it trembled slightly was perfect ly clear and audible to everybody No I will stay This is only momentary Dont you boo that it has left me Sit hero libido me Eustace dear Fray do not btand any moro on my ac count Mrs Maxey Givo yourself no moro alarm about me Iu a few mo ments I shall 1h quite restored At this everylMxly bat down Tho unusual camo to an end and tho conventional call began Mrs Forsytho kept her word In llvo minuted there was no traco of her hito indisposition Ellen Maxey saw with unwilling admiration for her tact mid management tho part that sho had decided to play with regard to herself IJy no word or look other than that which tho first shock of meet ing had drawn from her and which was totally inexplicable to tho others did bho lietray that Ellen was any less a stranger to her than her brother or his wife Sho talked tho conventional trivialities to her in the same smiling winsome way iu which bho talked to tho rest for Mrs Forsytho was no longer haughty nnd disdainful In truth as tho moments went on and this vivacious and fascinating persouago continued to discuss the stupid affairs of daily life with a pi Â¬ quancy nud animation that mado them for tho time seem interesting Ellen found it hard to retain her hold on tho certain fact that this wan thu bamo wom an who had bhivered tho costly orim iiieut to atoms on the marble floor Mrs Forsytho boomed to havo bet lieforo her bclf tho cue jbjeet of making herself ugrccihlo to 1 or new acquaintances Bho admired openly nnd ecstatically uduiired Maxey h wife unci declared that if she had been n man sho should havo fallen iu lovo witli her herself Sho praised Maxoys tasto as an artist and went into rupturou over somo of his pic Â¬ ture with which ho had ornamented Sho oven tho walls of his parlor thought Ellen is her boldness Suoh nnd effrontery attempted to Iiccoiiio n worshiper ut tho slirino of tho artists sister but Miss Maxey met nil her nt toiiipta to win her over with mi icy reti cenoo which more than onco aroused tho latent Are iu tho widows eycti Dr Lamar usually m Jajr mid con- Â¬ versational iu tjio artists rooms hardly uttered n woril IIo iiat Ixssido Mrs For sytho ou tho bofa uh gravo andberlous as if ho had been rewistliiir ut u funeral Tho differenco wa4 so marked mid so B igniflcant that all throe of hiu friends wero impressed by tlw fact It W tho hut Matter under tlw circnuuttauccj that Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Maxoy Mrs Maxey Miss Klleii Maxey What is this You are pale you aro ill Fostelle Some water Julian quick Everybody was startled ami alarmed Everybody except Ellen boomed more or loss in danger of losing presence of mind Olio moment a haughty ami disdainful woman in tho full bloom of health and strength bowing in a lofty way to her new acquaintances tho next a palo anil tottering wreteli clinging to tho arm of her lietrotlied Tint change was too Mid den too unexpected and mysteiious not to Ik powerful in its effect Thank you Eustace said Mrs Forsytho in a faint voice taking tho water which Maxey had run to bring from tho doctors hand Sho Kwallowcd u little of the cooling liquid and declar ed that slio felt better Nevertheless sho sank down upon tho sofa whither tho physician had led her faint and helpless Lamar bent over her with bomobolio itude but more wonder Fostelle are yon iu pain Not at all Eustace It is only a little faiutness that will soon go away Ho took her hand iu his pushed usido tho massive gold ornament that encir Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ either Julian Maxey or his young wife would havo thought of mentioning in his presence but Ellen somehow felt that sho had n battle to fight with nn unscrupulous woman nnd that nny means wero justifiable She tookndvan tago of tho opportunity afforded ber by this fact to plant a covert thorn iu tho breast of her enemy I am sure sho said in nn nudiblo voico to her brother whilo Mrs For sytho wns saying something to Annette tho doctor is not well tonight Not well echoed Maxey No dont you notice how constrain ed nnd different from his ordinary self ho is IIo is usually so chatty and agree nble Somo bhadow seems to havo como in with him What can it bo Is ho not happy Hush whispered thostnrtlcd Max ey perfectly unconscious of his sisters duplicity Slu will hear you She Who I dont understand you Miss Maxey addressed herself immedi ately to Annette Dont you notice that tho doctor is not himself tonight dear Oh indeed is ho not cried tho Widow Forsytho turning with an ad mirablo appearanco of solicitudo to Do you hear what ward her afllaneod they nro saying Eustace No What That you nro not at nil liko yourself tonight I hope you nro not going to bo ill too becauso of my bad exam ple I was not nwaro returned Lamar coldly that I exhibited nny symptoms of tho sort Tho tone of tho reply was so rough nnd discourteous that the color camo Slio bit into Mrs Forsythos cheeks her lip and her eyes moistened Slio loves him thought watchful Ellen with a jealous glow at tho heart Sho lows him There is no doubt of that Lamar boomed to havo instantly re pented lus own harshness for ho at onco went on with an assumption of careless gayety Tho fact is whilo you havo been talking I havo been dreaming I may havo looked sick but tho truth is I waa abstracted Somo now theory in practice I suppose suggested Maxey No said Lamar btraightcning up nnd making an evident effort to bo en tertaining It was something odder than that something u good doal moro interesting Of courso that is meant to arouso our curiosity nud mako us beg yon to tell us about it said Mrs Forsytho playfully I dont know about that Lamar returned with a slight frown lam not bo Miro that I should bo justified iu discussing a professional secret oven among friends Its n profesEonal becret then ex Â¬ claimed Maxey Oh then wo must bo toldl Professional beerets nro nlwaya tho most entertaining of secrets Out with it Lamar as replied tho physician Well long us you understand that it is not a matter to Iki talked about outside I dont know that I need hesitate Pro paro yourselves for a most curious and mysterious affair I think I may say that everybody is snfllciently prepared liaid Maxey Let us havo tho wholo mystery nt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Helpless Invalid Thoro nro rotito cants iu wliioh n cor rect musical oar causes its pnsscEFor n good deal of discomfort I suppose you heard Squlro Samp sons daughters voico ptctty loud in tho hymns my dear said Parson Fawcett inquiringly to his little wifo tit tho el uso 1 used of the morning service tot hi when sho lived hero lieforo her marriage that hor voico wai very strong but not or not oxnotly rolinblo porhap3 ns to pitch Mr Fowcott replied tho ministers wife whfo a flush roso to her thin I supposo sho thnt wns Arabel- cheoks ln Satnpsou thinks sho is praising tlio Lord when sho sings nud far bo It from mo to sny thnt sho doesnt but 1 must say that its all 1 can do to praiso him at tho same time Youths CompanÂ¬ fsv ion Hoodss5Cures Â¬ sGBfif Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ once Dictum factum You shall I will savo my conscience by not calling nny names A certain lawyer of this city called nt my offtco this morning mid in n very cautious and enigmatical manner informed mo that ho wanted to havo my opinion on a matter of vast impor tance to himself nud others interested First of nil said ho I want to know if you can tell tho comparative ago of n scar on tho human body To bo very vnguo and general a question I told him I certainly could give him no satisfactory nuhwer Very well said ho I will pohttKino my question until nfter I havo presented my case I want you to get into my carriage I will then take you to u place where thcro is a benr which I wish to have examined I shall iutroduco you under a fnlso name nud it is not to bo known that you aro n physician All you havo to do is to as sent to everything I say uud when I show you tho senr bcrutinizu it as closely as you can Afterward I bhall ask you for your opinion I will tell you ho wont on that this is n most important caso nud that you nro only ono of several prominent physicians whoso opinions aro to bo asked Wo wish and intend to mako this matter as much of a certainty mid to havo it partake as little of tho nature of guesswork as medical science will porjnit I do not want to conceal any thing from you however Thero is a bare possibility that at somo time or other you may Iki called upon as an ox pert to repeat the opinion which you shall giro mo in court If so wo shall boo that you aro amply rcoomiiensed for nuylosa jf time or iutoifereuco with your businosN that Mich n necehity would oc Â¬ casion And iu view of this possibility I wish yon to recollect just how this matter was prosin vd by ino to you nnd that so far from endeavoring to control Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ snyl sytho nnd a young girl nbout 20 years old who looked enough liko her to bo her own child This same girl I had previously seen thriving out with Mrs Forsytho that very afternoon Sho was now lying on a bed under tho influenco of other From what I saw I judged that her feet wero bare and thero wero spots of blood ou tho sheets that covered them Thero was it rcdhot curling iron in somo coals and tho smell of scorched flesh In tho room Tho lawyer suddenly removed tho hand with which ho had been shading his face nnd struck his closed fist forcibly ou tho table Stop stop ho cried in n little sharp voice very unliko his former ur bano tones Im it plain man Miss Maxey and nn old lawyer Stato your claim in plain words plain words Miss Maxey I havo dealt with somo hun dreds of similar cases in tho last 14 years and I fool entirely competent to deal with this one This beating about tho bush may do with it younger man but it will not do with me Tell mo at once frankly and fairly what aro your claims Thats tho best way much tho best way What aro you after What do you know nbout tho Forsytho caso What is your attitude and tho attitudu of those whom you represent Miss Maxey returned tho keen gazo of tho llttlo twinkling eyes which accom panied tho delivery of this speech with n look of astonishment nnd utter mystification Unfortunately Mr Bonistcin sho said you havo forgotten what I said to you when I camo here that I know nothing whatover of this matter except tho facts that I havo told you I am very suro that I never In all my life heard of tho Forsytho case Tho old gentleman looked nt her nonplused but still incredulous Oh como now como ho said in a milder tone thats impossible Miss Maxoy Thats quito impossible Very well then Ellen roplied quietly Then tho imposslblo Is for onco tho truth I havo told you all that I know Then why should you como hero I will tell you sir Almost every dnysinco I saw that to me inexplicable scene iu Mrs Forsythos chamber I havo been trying to invent some theory to ncconnt for it LrsJ night I heard never mind what fofl cannot tell you that without botrayiug a confldenco But I heard something which faccmed a possiblo explanation nnd as your namo was mentioned In connection with tho mysterious affair I camo to you Iu other words somebody told you nbout tho now claim set up by Miss Stevenson No sir I novcr heard that namo before My imoroiation had reference only to n left foot and missing toe A light seemed to dawn upon tho lawyers mind Oh I sea Somo doctor has talked Very woll very woll That may bo that may bo I may havo to apologizo toyou Miss Maxey for my rudeness but if you knew how I havo been both ered and worried over this interminable affair you wouldnt wonder I certainly shall avail myself of your Information I certainly shall cxamino into it nud In tho meantime despite tho unfortunate improbability which it bears ou its faco do my best for tho sako of your ladyliko ways mid honest appearance to boliovo what you hnvo told me Now surely that is houest nud candid and fair Miss Maxey This is treating you candidly isnt it Miss Maxey reddened I certainly canuot blamo you for your suspicions sho said Nover mind said tho old gentlo man who had been watching her keenly I will not wait for time to set you right I will commit myself now apologizo at once placo implicit confldenco in your story nnd invito you to a rldo iu iny carriage Will you go Go echoed Miss Maxoy iu bowil- derment I do not understand you Whero would you tuko ino T7ic devil you Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The way to cum n cough is to stop tho coughing Dr Bells Pino Tur Honey cuts looso tho mucous heals the lungs and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip cough in ono night For sale by Short IIuynesCloverporl Dr It II McMul- Â¬ lin McDanlels M Meyer Co Burns A Geo Heyser Constantino Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett A Co Bowley- Â¬ ville Ky W E Brown IningtonKy Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky Ntwspaper Reporters Wnntcd Wo aro informed that tho Modern Pr 83 Association nunfs one or two news Â¬ paper rorrespondenls in this county The work is light and cau be performed by either lady or gentleman Previous experience is not necessary and some of our voting men and women nnd oven old men would do well to secure suoh a pos Â¬ ition ns wo uuderstnud it talus only about one fourth of your time For fur- Â¬ ther particulars address Modern lrit s Association Chicago III Ono Kxcjtlon nt Least Toaoher Givo nn cxamplo of the truth of tho motto United wo stand divhed wo fall Johnny I I cant think of tiny I dont baliovo its truo anymamu Â¬ how Teacher caso in which Wfc i- - Johnny Ye- rago Tribuno it Do yon know of any is nqt true Chi iu Astcpladdor siAw ijiyirftMfdmifrfy1fdWmrft Marvjlom Results From a letter written by Ho v J Gun derruan o Dimondale Mich we nro permitted to make this extract I havo uo hesitation in recommending Dr Kings New Discovery as tho refcults wero almost marvelous in tho caso of my wife While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Rives Junction sho was brought down with Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last hours with little interruption and it seemed as if sbo could not survive them A friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery it wa quick in its work and highly satisfactory in results Trial bottles freo at A It Fishers drug store Kegular size 50c and 100 Tho Ilulo People of Africa means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from r trifling In Poor Health Dont lift -- k V ailments neglected Ifyciunrefeellne play with Natures greatest gift health uiuwiis Iron rittnrc II 111 Uvsnensla Neuralgia Constipation Malaria W Tl cut of sorts weak and generally ex- Â¬ hausted neivous have 110 appetite and cant work begin at once tak Â¬ ing the mot tella Â¬ ble strengthening medicine which Is Uronn s Iron Bit Â¬ ters A tew bot ties cure benefit comes irom the very firsl dose it wnt Stain your 4 i TO BE CONTINUED Democratic Speaking Tho lollowing partits will speak on tho political issues of the day as follows D It Murray Mooloyville Wednesday Oct 31 10 p in Uowleyville Thursday Nov 1 1110 p in Ouster Friday November 2 1110 p m McDnn iels baturduy November i 1U0 p iu Ous Drown Webster Saturday Oct 27 ItUOp in Irvington Saturday Oct 27 7 p in Hock Vale Suturday Nov 3 Â¬ woll fonuod and graceful Tho men wear small loin cloths Tho women wear nothiug but a few haudfuls of gruss but they aro loadod with ornaments of beads and brass and bolls Tho men also wear ornaments but not in such excess Both men and women tako groat paiiis with their hair doing It up in tho strangest aud dirtiest way concoivnbla A common stylo is to build It with tho uid of strips of bamboo into tliroo hard ridges 60voral iuchos high running from tho front to tho back of tho head Each ridgo Is mounted with n closo row of common whito shirt buttons Sometimes n card con- Â¬ taining ns many as six dozon is sowed on ubovo canh ear Tho ridges of hair do not always run foro and aft They aro often in olrclcs built up Hko n story cako nud icod with buttons Somotimos a kind of splashboard is built out bo hind miming from car to ear to hold moro buttons This latter stylo prevents their lying to sleep in tho ordinary way Thoy muht placo tho neck oil tlio wooden pillow nud let tho head hang over Tho hair onco arranged remains uudls turbod for sovernl months It forms a convenient placo for wlpiug their hands or knives After dressing it groaEo is smeared over which in tlio Bun melts into tho hair somo of it ur tolly passing tnrougn nud running down tho back No mat tor what color this oil h ou going into the hair it always comes out black St Louis Republic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In nppoarauco tho people aro tail j pleasant flk n fi l to take It Cures KIdnev nnd 1 Ivor Troubles Dad Blood Nervous ailments Womens complaints f f Get only the genuine ll has crossed red A TI nn I Vis tvrniinsr k v iTstiiiivst U1CSUV slitules On receipt of IMVtlCS two 2c stamps we will send set of Ten Deautlful Worlds I rair news anu book tree DRfVlfll UPlllAll s unwilllwnbMIMbVU BALUMUHfe MU litis A yVWAiAKAjj nMnM Jlj Dupuis FOR A rilftflllfiifnn Treatment SYPHILIS of 41 n nf tiOfKn minl nnlfl Island of Haytl and the country bordering SYPHILITIC and SCROFULOUS DISEASES Tertiary stages of Syphilis have been Cunin br this treatmont in sixty days restoring tho blood to original purity Write us stating length of timo you have boon alllletod and wo willrerid siunplo bottlo I rco Charge Kato of treatment 250 per month STAXJ OSSIMIOAZi OO RO HI 103 Importers Btssdtrd Preparttlons ft 183 SHOADWf AY CINCINNATI OHIO PEEDY and LASTING RESULTS You an gtt JMn Wa FAT PEOPLE HO Inconvenience Simole tur WlInTTV - roj t 4I cMiUy thin IrOfTl Â¬ Â¬ Saturday Nov Saturday Nov lnOp in Jno E Monarch OInileanr Saturday Oct 27 1I0 p m Stephensport U Â¬ your opinion I havo not oven told you whether it would be for our interest to find this bear to lx old or recent Why what is tho troublo Fustello Yon aro palo Is your fuintnesa coming on again With a sudden effort Mrs Forsytho overeamo tho emotion which hod juudo itself so dangerously apparent in her countenance Slio forced a smile nnd with admirable presence of mind mado haste to turn tho apprehensive glances of everybody from herself by requesting Lamar to go on Oh no Eustace you aro wrong this time at any rate I Aver felt better iu my life Oo on I pray you I ant so in terested Tho physician almost forced todlbbo llovo his own eyes eventually complied with this request ho con After tnia preliminary tiuuod I got into a eloiod carrlugo with my enigmatical friend mid was drjven to a certain place where I wm Â¬ 130 p in Uloveiport 730 p m 15 v Onniiit Dkmochatic Committee 3 Kvery person big little old or young black or whit rich or poor who has ever used Dr Hells Fine Tar Honey pro- Â¬ nounce it the best cough and lung rem Â¬ edy on earth Its true too so wo guar- Â¬ antee Forsalo by Short HayncsCIov- erport j Dr It H McMullin McDanlels M Meyer Co Bums j Geo Heyser Constantino A Tuylor Rosetta Drury Co Bowleyville Ky 5 W E Bennett Brown Irvington Ky Jno 1 Nieholi Garfield Ky A R Morris Dig Spring Ky TinW IftMUKM t 77T V rlUBiwTcr rime rlco M300 per bottle Send 4c for trealijs MIEMONX riKDIOdX CO Boston Wa MOST IN QUANTITY nil anlia BESTIN QUALITY iSTTfeir hm vermifuge Has led all WORM RfimoHlna EVERY WHITES CREAM FOR 20 YEARS BOTTLE V p A s Running Lures the Serpent s Sting COHTAilDUS I I S Sores n Its stilts com U r I AAB HAIAslU nimiu uowniw iOiM I KTX rjraiiiasun I LIMB and ulesrs rlld to Its iiouimg powers jiro- Dotal lbs potion and builds up 4tb mum 1 A lu Uuiml bUi intUH i Ut Imim FlllnH tions on Roverslouary Payments makes the following wonderful calculations It ii well known to what prodi gious sums money at compound interest will increase A penny so improved from tho time of our Saviour that is to say put out at 6 per cent compound interest would by this timu havo In creased to moro nionoy than could bo cputaiuodjn 100000 000 of globes equal to tlio earth iu magnltudo nud all solid gold Wl II V0me11 freely travel about in Korea until midnight n wilt or on the Koreans says while the ino nt required to be in the houFo at 8 p m Â¬ Â¬ It Alttlili 1laiiets Tcro uoni A uolcbruted English authority in a woll known wwken titled Observa Â¬ Â¬ sold uv ah urcuuaiHTt Frpirffd iciubiiso li dIiik co Sy ST GUARANTEED1 tons iiSi TiTis tgr-- i KSWVJ SP6C1SC CO AtUntsV G The largest bell in Amwloa is Mid to be in the cathedral of Montreal and welaha 38000 poawU liiiii i fWT- - TKBt BROKJNm DOR NRB Montgomery Scorches GlOVmHTPOYlT KY WMl - DISRUPTION Ronulilicans In Planting the Standard 4 All hail Columbus Behold the great navigator as he lands The perils of the deep arc past Tho clouds of fear have vanished Tho night of gloom has ended In the heavens the sun of success shines resplendent Morning- has dawned Imperiously the banner of haughty Spain greets the daylight Upon its fluttering folds arc inscribed the destinies of a new world Its gleaming surface marks a long advance in the evolution of the human race It tells a story of prophecy unparalleled of developement unap proached in the fullness of recorded time It crowns with triumph the efforts of genius Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lewis and Russell tho Rock Valo DiÂ¬ zt ai Ho Says Lewis is n Political Domi strict Dissatisfied nacker and That Russell Has trayed His Party A Be- Â¬ With Thoir Candidato for Magistrate V Carwilo RED HOT POLITICAL ROAST Claims tho is Hamoti Honor In- Â¬ but For The Lands Sake Farmers havo to uso eound judgment in tho rotation of crops and in employing Lako stead Asked about John W Lew id attempt to justify hs refusal to meet him on the Btutnp during the canvnBS and Russells A SALTY LETTER ntteini t to turn oer the Populist vote of the district to Lewis Judge Montgomery isald Rock Vaik Oct 27 1811 Editor Mr Lewis will not bo able to deceive Nkwb As tho election Is drawing nigh any as to tho true reason why ho will perhaps tho people would like to know not meet me on the stump in joint de how matters are going in tho 6th Magis bate Ho never would meet any one In terial District In Breckenridge county joint debato for the simplo reason that Rock Politics Is somewhat mixed he is n political domlnacker He has Valo last year gave a Republican major- Â¬ not enough political courage nnd never ity and McDanlels gave n Democratic has had to meet an body in delmt and majority This year it is pretty hard to w hen forced to do so as ho has been a tell just what will be done until after tho few times always disgusts and humilates election Is over Tho county candidates his own party He is every day going no doubt would like to reach a little over the district whining about some more than their usual majorities in both Â¬ - til Rose Father Nieuaus Pastor St Church Â¬ BEWLEYVILLE Mrs Alonzo Bennett has returned from n pleasant visit to her sister Mrs Shelly of Cloverport Miss Lena Drury visited Big Spring Modern Methods Sulzers apply the samo rules to their business Every thing that is modern and every tiling desirable In their work frCIiftainit sui H The Worlds Fair contained no finer statue of the great discoverer than this colossal figure It commanded from its pedestal the eastern entrance to the Administration building The majesty of its dimensions the vigevand aggres siveness of its expression and the artistic finish of its composition made it admired as a genuine sculptural triumph Â¬ body having Insulted him seven years ago and telling the people they ought to elect hint to Congress because sugar has gono up and wool gono down under tho now Democratic tarill bill when every lime he speaks sugar goes down and wool goes up docs not want his speech answered and his misrepresentations exÂ¬ Another Standard Proudly Displayed at the Fair was that of posed Yes Lewis went to sec Russell at his home near Oreensburg on Suuday Oct 14th and thoy arranged for Russell to Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder A Standard of Excellence for Forty Years perfect U - It was the standard of unequalled strength purity and wholesome results The award to Dr Prices of highest honors at the Fair furnishes conclusive evidence of its superiority over all other baking powders W K V J s Hello ello cllo M F Popliam Cos Pickled pigs feet at Riedel Cos Sweet mixed pickels nt Riedel OLOVEUPORT KY If you come once como all the time Hire ftltL ravlJ R Murray oue door above Palace Saloon JUDGE BOARD SPEAKS Puit oEfico Go to the City Bakery for currants nice cleaned ones It is an Infamous And Hellish Lie Breckenridge News A B Sklllman jr was reported to be some better yesterday State of Kentucky WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31 1S94 s s No flies on the meat at the Perftction County of Biieckeniiidqe Meat Shop Stader Hall Millon Board Sr being duly sworn Notico to Subscribers Quick sales and prompt delivery Is my The date on the label Indicates the time to motto R 0 Perkins night and day says that he learns that there is n docuwhich your subscription l ptld litis serves ment in existence purporting to be a both as a reoipt n expiration notice every feed Btore week Examine the date printed alter your certificate tint he has applied to a lodge Â¬ A cup of hot coffee nnd somo doughname on the margin of this paper and see If It Is correct II not correct please to let us know If nuts make a good lunch Try it at the of tho A P As to become a member your time has expired please renew at once thereof and ho affirms and swears that City Bakery This is the last day on which you can ho never saw an A P A to know him LOCAL BKEVITIES pay your State and City taxes and save doesnt know anj thing about tho organi- Â¬ zation except from common rumor six percent On top Palaces Saloon two children to never had any knowledge of tho exist Â¬ Hf Thtis Thurinan had Hello elloM F Popliam die very suddenly last week It is ence of a lodge of such order anywhere never made application to join said order thought they had dyptheria New pickles at tho City Bakery or any lodge thereof and any certificate We are health and wealth promoters V Tho fruit depot Is at Riedo Cos dont fret zo because you have a scanty so stating or stating that ho belongs to or Mr J 0 Jarboo has two very sick puree come in and get our prices Su- Â¬ is in sympathy with such order or has children nlade application to join it is an infam- Â¬ lzers New cranberries cooking figs and ap-Â¬ Thos Caley of Henderson was hero ous and hellish lie and libel and any ricots Sulzers last week to attend tho dedication of St man who has made- or does make any Meat delivered promptly from the Per- Â¬ Roso church and shako hands with his such statement or statements is a liar fection Meat Shop and knows himself to be such old friends Try Perkina for feed and flour opposito Milton Board Jr The News run out of Its job cpart Short Ilaynes drug Btoro Subscribed arid Sworn to before mo by this week the election ballots for inents Flip is not voryinticing drink if it dont both Meado and Breckenridge counties Milton Board Sr this tho 20th day of draw flies Palace Saloon R S SkimMan Clerk It was no light job and it was done sat Â¬ October 1894 Watch for our Christmas ad Palace isfactorily By Frank Board D Ct Saloon A copy attest Misses Bertha Hawkins Ntjllio Bruner Why bother with making bread when Moggie Farber Flora Ryan Charlie R S Skiliman Clerk you can get it hot every day at tbo City By Frank Board D C Jackson Claude Bolder and Russell Bakery Hawkins attended chu ch at Holts Sun Â¬ North Pole Oct 30 Sulzers have to- Â¬ GARRETT night daytell tbo little folks to 13 on tlio day W Butler State Lecturer for the J Nellie Carrico spent Wednesday with lookout for me Santa Olaus A 0 U We delivered un Interesting Dora Hill There will be service at St ltoso address at tho Baptist church this city Wo hada nico rain Friday which was church next Sunday at 10 oclock a in last Thursday night Ho had a large much needed good attendance last Sun Â¬ There was a audience out to hear him Creed Haynes of Muldraugh was in day The following parties spent Sunday town Monday J not dress right wo It you dress why afternoon at Tar Springs Misses Bettha A dry goods drummer of Cincinnati have tho clothing clothing bought so Mattingly laura Hale Nellie Bruner was hero Friday they could be sold cheap tariff off Jeiaio and Bertha Hawkins Flora Ryan Sam Kindall of Cemontvllle was the Sulzers and Maggie Farber Messrs Claudo guest of Mr Hilf Itijt Monday will hear something drop here You Bolder Tom Lynch Ilusaoll Hawkins Dr Miles attended the Medical meet- Â¬ next Saturday Let every Democrat bo Charlie Jackson and Riley Brashear ing at Brandenburg last Thursday swell the crowd as much as on hand and Caa Whitehead returned from Mis Â¬ Mr Hilf and family spent last Sunday possible souri Monday Cns has been out there tho guests or Joe Saunders and family You will hardly believe it when you buying apples for tho Louisville market Mr li tyiuip of Brandenburg passed get our prices on clothing this week He shipped in forty tto car loads last through hero Friday enroute for Big - Prices that will lit the scanty purees week They came ovor the IVxas He Spring Sulzers says the apple crop out there is as fine Mat Henderson has bought Joe Blairs lingers in the lop of fall Summer still as he ever saw both in quality and but old crimp will soou howl Its space quantity The prices range from 1 to property at this place and will move his family hero soon we want its space we are going to have 1 50 for the fill of a barrel in the orchard Mrs Legrand and daughter and Miss Qur stock of ladles cloaks must go Sub A unique and LisitEN BoRKSiiEUii Young wore the guests of Mrs Buckler zera charging wedding occurred Thursday and family Tuesday Never before in the hhtory of this evening October 18th at 8 oclock at the Miss Minerva Howard and Miss Delia house could you get a suit of clothing as resldenco of the bride s parents Warsaw cheap as now never beforo could you III which united JUsa Carrie Bornsheur King of Garnettsville spent Sunday with Mrs Buckler and family find as largo a stock to select from as and Louis Llshen for whatever of good Mrs Annie Funk spent last Wednes Â¬ now Sulzere About day tho guest dr ill life lias in store for them of her sister Mrs John floal round up by the candl- In tho fifty invitations were issued Beveral dates here noxt Saturday we are prom Â¬ guests belog present from abroad At 8 Bunger who Is quito ill at this writing ised something hot The largest crowd oclock the bridal party took their Stand that baa turned out du ing the entlr in the parlor and Rev Rabbo pronounced Major Clint McCarty Dungerously 111 tho words that made them man and wife canvass will be here tho ceremony a delightful sorenade The numerons friends of Major Clint Tios Wroo accompanied the Hon Dv After enjoyed The bride is an accom- Â¬ was R Munay to Louisville Saturday night plished and lovely young lady who holds McClarty iu this place and elsewh re in and got a taato of Louisville polities Ho a warm place In tho hearts of her many tho county will bo sorry to learn that he The groom is an industrious is dangerously ill at his home In Lculs says McDermott will be elected by a frlpnils young man of good habits whose success vlllo and thorete hut little hopes of Ids handsome majority Numerous valuable in life Is assured A late fall has left us v It h a big stock and useful presents wore reefcived recovery Maj McClarty was born at Hardinsburg In 1831 He left the county Hamilton HI Register of boj a and mens clothing on hand n when qllte a young man and has spent Christmas la crowding us for space its Says its False muno wn wim t Tlif atttlc wa are mak- most of his life In Louisville Maj Mc- Â¬ UjuoxStah Ky Oci 3Oi180 To Clarty has many personal friends at jHgpricse that wil give u space Sul-News TiieEIhtok of tiik Brkckkkridge Hardinsburg his old home which place aera The certificate purporting to bo from he has been lit the habit of visiting every are now running over the new JkTralns A P A which states thur 1 am a he year or two Iran railroad bridge which spans Clover of said organisattpa In good in creek at this point The structure is a uiutnber He Murray in Louisville I wrUr standing ix an Infamous great improvement over the old wooden I never belonged to any such Hon D R Murray of this oily spoke bridge and is a ertnllt to the managers of stale that oider and kuow nothing of its working in Music UM Louisville last Saturday the Texas said fejiort s circu nlglit to a large and enthusiastic crowd Vlfqn Thowaj Kendall The profwlon or dolngi and that se of Injuring me iq of lemmata Mr Murrays appoint Â¬ Utvd for tits pnrp at oa well di liter arrival hew Sunday my race for Clerk and for no other cause ment was by special Invitation of he froth Mf8Uring 4s mn jM ftvery Auy wan who circulatesit or report It WattoreoD 01 ub of Uwrt city IU spoke Using lis in shape lie will proceed to pat U an infamous lar and the truth Is not for tbrea quariere of at hour asd mada down a well biaek of Mr A K Kishsrs jjaliim R OVRiCHAauso Ana Impresttlo drug store for the CtoW tortuBs Uas Oo Â¬ i Gus Brown attorney at law betray his party by withdrawing when it was too late for his party to nominate another man nnd get his name on tho election ticket Lewis supposed Russell by simply writing a card telling them what to do could deliver his party over to him Everybody can easily seo now that to betray his party was Russells purpose In eeeklng and accepting its nomination Lewis cannot complain that Russell has not carried out his con- Â¬ tract by trying to deliver the votes of his party to him But it has proved a failure Tho Populists everywhere ore disgusted with such treachery and are justly denouncing tho effort to betray them into the hands of a candidato and party which opposes every principle they Ellzabcthtowu News maintain iii Thursday Mr and Mrs Bion Jolly spent several days in Hardinsburg visiting his mother parties but there is a little disturbance and sisters MIbs Ada Drury attended tho Teachers in this district in regard to a magistrate R G Robertson is tho nomineo of tho Association at Big Spring Saturday Mr D C Heron spent Sunday at Jit Democratic party U W Carwilo has been a Republican candidato for magis- Pisgah Miss Mary Snjder has Loen sick of trate for six months there being none other that appeared to want tho ollice typhoid fever a week or more Pierce Haulaway is also on the sick tho Republicans said they were satisfied not to make any nomination and let Car list Herbert Cain takes it turn about with wile run on as the Republican candidate But recently there was a Mr Henry tho girls and pays Miss Jennio Cox a Lake who seems to have a perfect mania visit Somo ono spoke of a new piece of mu Â¬ to be acaudIdateso ho called n convention sic tho other day Tho Retreat from to bo held at Rock Valo on the 13th day Wo want to know about of Oct Ho did not put up notices any Â¬ Fair Lawn where In the district but simply rode it Everett Footo broko his collar bono around nnd told some few in his neigh- Â¬ one day last week borhood about it and it happened to get Mr Ken Wathen and wife Harry a little more public than Lake intended Knapp and wife and Mrs R M Jolly for it to do So when tho 13th arrived thero were more peoplo than was really and baho spent Wednesday nt Dewy expected or even wanted on that occas- Â¬ Heights Tho monotony of lovely days was ion After tho people met and found broken up Friday by n nico rain The that Lake wanted to be a candidate a largo majority was opposed to holding a refreshing showers gladdened our hearts convention as it was getting near the and filled them with thankfulness Messrs Ernest Hardaway and Harry election Tho district had not been legally or Hill camo down from the city Sunday properly notified and as nil were expect Â¬ Roy Cain has tho luck of accidents ing Carwilo to make tho race without This time he lets his team get away from opposition on tho Republican side and him witli the waon tearing up wagon tho Forks of Rough had no notice This and harness but escapes himself unhurt would bo unwise at this late date and and without fright to the horses unsatisfactory to a majority of the dis- Â¬ The candidates have been among us trict and so it was concluded by all pres- numerous nnd aggressive They made ent that there would be no nomination us their best speeches and each party made and all went home apparently sat Â¬ showed the good points that it possessed isfied Lake told Mr M M Chancellor but how hard on the other side that ho would not bo rt candidate this The Democrats say the McKinley bill was on tho 13th hint So on tho 18th makes the hard times and tho Repub- Â¬ Inst that little clique or faction conlicans ray its the Wilson bill and so on cluded to have another convention away Now somo of us are inexperienced and down below Rock Vale in their own would like to form conclusions but what neighborhood tit Burtons school house can we do where thoy would not bo molested by Several ladits attended the speaking any but Lakes friends and they would and were consMo ubly llittered by the hog Mr Carwile off tho track and then speakers Some say With us these candidates were a lot of make Lako tho candidate eight and some say thirteen attended tho jolly fellows seeming to bo on tho best Lake convention and now these declare of terras with each other Success to all him the nominee of tho Republican of them party but with all that Carwilos friends Still that sweetened Democracy of to stay on the Cloverport has failed to reach us Plenty say to him Carwilo track and you shall beat Lake Carwilo of sugar is what we want with n littlo is going to stay on until after tho election cheap wool to keep us warm mixed in Womans Missionary Society met in and wo believo will be elected by a reÂ¬ Lake was a candid Â¬ tho Methodist church Thursday p m spectable majority ate against Squire Dean four years ago Thore in a small band with us but they and out of about C00 votes ho got 43 seem determined to hold together and Two years ago his name was put on and accomplish something iu tho way of saving souls he got one vote Mr Lake expects to get the Republi- Â¬ Several of our folks wo note off to Gus can vote of this district but he will not ton and other points to attend church get one tenth part of It Tho people think Sunday Oct 28th This left our Sab Â¬ ho is acting unjustly to the people of his bath school rather slim but then we party by calling eight or tbirteon of his always havo n good time anyway Goiden Rod intimate friends and most of them his near relatives to dictate for nearly GOO Ayers Pills nre an invaluablo remedy voters in tho distiict as to their choice in u man to be their magistrate The for all diseases of tho stomach liver and This medicine should be kept law gives preferonco to the regular bowels of a regular conven- Â¬ In every family nominee election as to tion or primary Olendeanes Roll of Honor who shall be put on a party ticket So Tho second month ended Nov -- Oth The there is where tho hogs comes in few who met on tho 18th Inst thought If with the following meritorous names Robert Moorman 0955 Jessie Max- Â¬ they could hog Mr Carwilo off tho Republican ticket they would be all well 09 55 Henry Moorman 095 Mary right So thoy have hogged him off tho Moorman 094 Monnio Hunter 09 27 Republican ticket but ho Is on the In Nolle Ashley 0910 Nellie Moorman 09 dependent ticket and will run the raco Elliott Moorman 0337 Eddlo L Moor man 0833 Ada Maxwell 0828 Walter A Voter through 07 57 Moorman Llllls Rhodes 07 Sallie Robertson 0087 Rosebud Moor- Â¬ GLENDEANE man 00 75 Meda Maxwell 055 Joo Dr Hart of McDanlels spent Sunday Dick Owen 0537 Jesse Rhodes 0510 Hallie Moorman 0144 Pincknoy Ball in town Littlo May Dempster has had a serious 04 Daisy Willis 9285 Ottor Owen 00 Owen Hunter 14 Llllio Willis 8942 spell of fever She is better now John Beeler was extending his friend Â¬ 8012 This includes attendance deportmont ly hand to all our peoplo Saturday Teachers Association here next Satur Â¬ and recitations for tho last twenty school days day Everybody is invited to nttond It Is but justice to stato that Hallie Frank Waldo of the Leader was in Moorman fincknoy Ball and Owen looking for subscribers town Saturday Hunter wcro almost perfect while In The trustees of our school havo been attendance Unavoidable absence is the called to supply more seats Attendance cause of their low averages None but the Public School pupils of is good and Increasing fourth and fifth grades have places young people thethis Roll of Honor A good many ol our on J 11 Pile went up to Jollys Station Sunday night Teacher to attend tho meeting in progress thero Death of Little Virgie Smith Brother Rutledge did not reach his Littlo Virgie daughter of Mr and Mrs at Goshen Sunday and we appointment Oct 0 04 wera without bis preachlngSunday even- Â¬ Tom Smith departed this life at the age of two years Her littlo ing Miss Mary B Moorman has returned brothers died Oct 20 01 at tho agoof five to Cloverport after a two weeks visit to and three nnd a half years They were her cousins Misses Lutle and Halite permitted to stay long enough to twine Moorman themselves about tho hearts of all that We aro requested to anuounco that Mr knew them They were ua bright and V O Burton will delivor the address of lovely a pair as a 11 iwer from the garden welcome to the teachers noxt Saturday Mr Burton kindly consented to do this of God To their parents and loved ones for Mr Pile who owing to a prior en Â¬ their childish noiso was sweeter than gagement will be out of town muaio and their smiles brighter than tho stars at midnight They brightened the Arnica Salve BaekWi gloomiest hours that swept over the The Bbst Salvk in the world forCuts Since their departure home circle Bruises Sores Ulcers SaltRheumFever Heaven seems nearer and the way looks Sores TetterChapped HandsChllblans A Friend brighter than ever before Corns and all Skin Eruptions and posÂ¬ itively cures Piles or no jwy required School books and school supplies Bab It is guaranteed to give perfect satis Â¬ bsees faction or money refunded lrioe 96 Or Prkc4 Cmm Baking PewtWr hU per box For sale by A K Fisher WwMs Pair rHtlM Awm4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Are Right On Deck At Sulzers big store Tho very latest goods and tho very lowest prices can bo found At 1 Ey iKSlBSa t 1 7m3 vfefevmWffe K - sssV s I sT f J tl 1r - M 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 E F BEAED HARDINSBURG KY CO JAMES B PACE Stemmer nnd buyer oi Jr Our New Store Is becoming a popular resort for peoplo who appreciate loud Drills and fair Wo keep many treatment little tilings tliat you cant buy outside of our bouse such ns Soaps Perfumes Tooth Brushes Flno Station ery etc Both Red AND- BurleyTobacco Pierces Factory IN0 P BEVERLY - Cloverport Manager Ky Our Stock Is all fresh and up to date We ore opening Now Goods every day Wo buy them for cosh and can afford to sell them very low iTABLERSDIl BUCKEYE rillll OINTMENT and OERTA1N IK V A Personal Invitation is extended to you to come and visit us in Come in our now home and see us whether you You want to buy or not will always see something that will please and interest you Drop in and havo a word with tu if it la only to say howdy CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A SURE BEST REMEDY fcr PILES BOr HV AII BKVOBIITJ rrramttolteilUlM W0 OfcWlOJW iinnmn vnara Bathe CURE WANTED PA A AAA Hickory Spoke DUU UUU Owensturo Wll HWENftMM KY C BIEiBURD The Leading Druggists HARDINSBURG KY - w rl u t re - - - MMMBBBBMBMBMBBBBMBBMBBBBBBBIy ntinuijiii jjii iBSi imrrtirMiiuii 4 3Affi9ASe2sfilJS itnunnMrnnNnnvrnni k Www www Sample Ballot Breckenridge County f llIM1 rw in -- - - M ii im iiiiiii iii linn T Official Records Showing the brM Best Baking Powder t I I 111 PROHIBITION TICKET i DEMOCRATIC TICKET REPUBLICAN TICKET For Judge Court of Appeals B PEOPLES PARTY JTICKET Fop Judge Court For Judge Court of Appeals of Appeals For JudgeCourt of Appoals m The United States Government after elaborate tests reports the Royal Baking Powder a pure cream of tartar powder of greater kavcaing strength than any other Bulletin 13 U S Ag Def WILLIS L REEVES L D GUFFY ai ForjCongress J - p jpp For Congress 1 For Congress j The Canadian Official Tests recently made show the Royal Baking Powder highest of all in leavening strength Bulletin 10 p j6 Inland Rev Dcf I have from time to time analyzed the Royal Baking Powder and have uniformly found it to be high in leavening t For Congress I ALEX B MONTGOMERY I JOHN W LEWIS I BENJAMIN C SYMPSON I Hl For County Judge j f7 - - For County Judge For County Judge - n -- power and to be composed of pure ingredients H A Weber State Analyst Ohio WM AHL I I I I I S E WAGGONER ih I - a - -- Vt j - -- --- Hence in practical use For County Attorney MILTON BOARD The Royal Baking Powder goes further makes purer and more perfect food than any other ywmi0iwTmurfmirTpsuv ROYAL BAKING For County Clerk POWDER CO 106 WALL ST NEW YORK R C RICHARDSON zittaZttictt News 1894 Breckenridge SIROCCO WEDNESDAY OCTOBER ni Mrs II M lntrltige is on the sick list Mrs D S Keafus visited at Sirocco tho 2t inbt A pack train now iilios between Si- Â¬ rocco mul Milam Jiom to the wife of Ilityncs Hoard the lJth a ilnu boy a pounder Mr O I Htcliardson oi Garrettepent one night last week with I S Ncafus Charley Iirown is still dangerous ly ill with but little hopes of her recov- Â¬ ery Will Itico purchased the noted stallion George Wilkes at A AV Morenians sale The tintinnabulation of wedding bells seems to be rending the air around Brandenburg Miss Clara Claude Hary and Miss Tope Kendall visited lelatlves near Ito 6ctta last week Mr Dallas Skillman and sister Miss Eula of Hardin county visited at the home of J II Haynca last week From Jesse Berrymans maneuvers I think he seriously contemplates taking unto himself a better half in the near future Mh L W Adkinson of Guston and Mrs lurrott of Sumpter S C visited their aunt Mrs Elizabeth Morgan last Mm Â¬ week George Wilts who is teaching school in Little Bend visited his parents Satur- Â¬ day accompanied by his friend George Boone Mrs Win Bewley and George and Mrs J L Atwill and children visited S J Elder and family at Wolf Creek sev- Â¬ eral days last week Mr Sames Haynes of Oak Grove is serving on the United Suites jury at Louisville lie will probably be absent from home several weeks Ditto Berrymau who has been assist ing P T Nolo in tlioGrahampton school returned home Monday tho ml as tho factory will stait this week nnd his ser Â¬ vices were no longer necessary Mr Anthony Sherrel of Wolf Creek Â¬ has been visiting in this neighborhood the guest of his nephew George Brown Hu says the and Mr Marshal Iirown Populists are not in it In his part of the country Cain nnd Able are judiciously em ployed in the U S Mall service Able packs and Cain delivers Cain keeps a Iiuxter shop amply supplied with lolli pops and all the minor articles usually kept in a 8x8 grocery store Theroouirhtto bo two first class political fuuorula in this country in 1890 and if we do our duty the corpses will be Are you going to the ready on time funeral of Benedict Arnold Thats a slip of tho mind he meant Jim Arnold No one of his neighbors asked another Wo will not go to but I approvo of it the Republican and Democratic funerals Henry I but wo approvo of them Lloyd in the Sentinel Oh no I not yet awhile I presume youll wait till the death signal has been sounded tho humano portion of the human rrce gathered to their fathers and tho animal portion turned loose with tho beasts of prey to reign supreme The idiotic howl from tho Populist press will soon its quietus make The funeral knell of Third parlyiuui will usher in tho crape to tho nooks and cornere of Meado where the dregs of tho twoold political parties havo abound id Perhaps a few pusillaintmous spirits will survive to lauient over tho ruins of a premature oligarchy After tho wake tho fetid carcasses will disappear tho obnoxious atmosphere will bo dissipated by the sunshine of Democracy woil havo a rest and when our olfactory nerves have becomo somewhat resusci Â¬ tated well eel that It id good to be a Democrat and stop eon to Cleveland Pedagog Bays Nomad hu met many No doubt of iti That must fazes have been one of them that struck him Bear Klney ville a short time ago when Je marched boldly into a house without Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ deigning to hallo or knock at the door when just as he was protruding his proboscis his little footsteps soft and gentle were about to cross the threshold a watch dog that had been set for tramps seized him by tho leg of his nether garments tearing them from the kneo to tho pastern joint Weve not been able to learn whether or not ho sold a bible at that house but this much we did learn the young lady didnt bow the rent in his pants Stitches the length of a link in a trace chain told too plainly who sowed them Old undo Tom Phillips a fire eating Tins two Populist said to Dan Stiles old political parties are rotten the idea Dan replied is to start a new party But undo Tom if both old parties are rotten where aro you going to get n sound stick of timber to make tho uew party out of Tho old man went oil to meditate Thats what they all do when we shoot em in the short ribs My idea is theres lots of good timber in both old parties but the Populists are gathering up all the rotten timber they can get hold of to build a Sodom and Gomorrah out of Thats why their air castles like the tower of Babel never amount to anything Theres always a confusion of voices about election times and nfter tho voto is counted tho God forsaken candidate goes ofF to lament over his folly never makes a second attempt man next they try to find a stronger time Here comes the best joke of the seaI say joke its a fearful reality son and our humorous Doctor U sweltering under its grevious weight Dr Burch who is buying all tho bones ho can hear of and by n chemical process converting them into a fertilizer for the purpose of enriching his farm near Paynesvillo while practicing in tho vicinity of A M Wcedmans a few days ago inquired of Billio Stephens if he knew of any bone yarda to which question tho young man innocently replied Yes sir I know whero there aiotwo there is a small ono down there by Mr Shivelys but the biggest ono that I know of is at the Catholic church in Paynesvillo For once in his life tho Doctor was nonplussed He was asked what answer ho I made the boy to which ho replied never said a d n word I just rodo off Nomad says Tho only objection I havo to accepting the oliico of County Court Clerk is 1 cant enduro tho idea of locating in Brandenburg Shucks why that neednt never bother him You know the Populists expect to tnko po scssion of all tho railroads when they get in power Nomad can have a branch road run from Weldon via Brandenburg to IOuso Corner whero he can havo a rctidenco of no intrinsic value and society to suit his taste See Then he can have a special train convey him to and from Brandenburg bo as to bo at the latter place at oliico hours fho exhil Â¬ arating atmosphere around Louse Cor- Â¬ ner will brace his shattered nerves when ho returns to his noonday meal and befit him for the turmoil of his afternoon duties Tho only trouble I can see is lie can not at first have any direct tele Â¬ graphic communication with Washington City hut it will only be a matter of time till every thing will work to his liking and hell not havo to peddle hound pups and then havo tho owner go and get them after ho lias received the money on them Seo again Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Quarterly meeting Tuesday and Wed Â¬ nesday at the church The singing at tho church Sunday evening was a grand success Miss Mary Bradshaw of Short Creek is teaching at Mr Geo Wrathers Miss Ida Hall of Dawson Station is visiting this week at Mr Sam Davisons We had our old friend J T Roberts of Owensboro witii us n few days last week DP For County Attorney For County Attorney j RN MILLER C For County Clerk A M HARDIN For County Clerk v mmh mmm J 0 CUNNINGHAM For Sheriff For Sheriff For Sheriff H FKRHODES SILAS PATE II t1J 8 I I For Jailer For Jailer I For Jailer J S DeJERNETTE G D SHELLMAN Mr Willis Green left Saturday for Forks of Rough to look after some bus iness in that section Rev tambutli will be our pastor for the coming year He had charge of this work three years ago Rev R T Bruner of Ilawcsville de- Â¬ livered quite an interesting address at our church Monday night Dr J C Bush II Bush and Wm Sterett of Hawesville were in town last week hunting and fishing Some of our ladies reported last week they heard n panther while out grapo hunting It turned out to bo a fox The county candidates spoke hero last May true Democracy ring Thursday nnd reign throughout tho land and country Misses Blanche Hugel and Belle Dav- Â¬ ison and Messrs Clyde Shumate S Mor Â¬ gan and Lafe Beaucbamp spent a very pleasant day here Sunday at MrsGeorgo Â¬ For Assessor n rn JOHN NEVITT i rff i For Assessor II C GARNER WILLIS E DOCKERY rn For Assessor 0 A PENIO For Surveyor A A D For Surveyor For Surveyor rr I Drn - - rflw jj LallEIST CHINTZ ROYALTY H 0 JOLLY For Coroner WM For Coroner For Coroner AVM EMBRY JOSEPH TAUL CREWS For Justice of the Peace R G ROBERTSON LJ LJ For Justice of the Peace For Justice of the Peace - I BY PETITION For Justice of the Peace G Wrathers E W Bagby n prominent lawyer of Paducah Ky says that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey cured his children of whoop- Â¬ ing cough when all things elso failed Its a new remedy for all coughs For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr R H McMullin McDaniels M Moyer it Co Buras Geo Heyser Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett A Co Bewleyville Kyj W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky Â¬ HENRY 0 LAKE W CARWILE For Constable For Constable - For Constable For Constable I WM CARWILE ELECTROPOISE SPECIAL OFFER dzzzidz WHERE THL BRAVEST And Often the Anticipation QUAKE I Worm Thau Â¬ Â¬ CHARLES S JAMESON n DO YOU WANT A Â¬ BANDY SCHOOL HOUSF Wedding bells nro ringing Times arc getting better A good rain Friday Miss MaudSmithisteaching the Bandy school Wo are glad to Bee undo Byron Bandy out again Madam Rumor whispers another wed Â¬ ding soon Mr George Hook wenttollardiusburg Saturday Mr Will Hook was the guest of Miss Hannah Si pes Sunday Tho candidates spoke at Garfield Tues-Â¬ day in Richardsons Hall Mr A Slpes and Mr John Nichols went to Louisville Monday Tho Populists still hold closi con munion in our echool house Mr Jacob Sipes visited his uncle Dan Dowell Saturday and Sunday Typhoid fever is still raging with u Some more now cases this week Mr Thomas Dowell was tho guest of Misa Lydla Hook Sunday evening Mr David Hardaway of Bewleyville attended church at Pleasant Grove Sunday Mrs Mary Chllds of Guston was vis- Â¬ iting her sitter Mm Lucy Bandy Satur Â¬ day MIes Mary McCoy and Miss Maude Smith attended church at Pleasant Grovo Sunday Mr A Dutschke agent for the Falls City Tobacco Warohouso was in our midst last week It seems liko when any of our boja want a Prince Albert suit for certain occasions they go to Brandenburg to get it Mr Frank Dowell and wife and Mr Charlie Dowell and wife wero visiting their grand parents Mr Jeremiah Nor- Â¬ ton a fjw days last week The varminfthat has been seen in the neighborhood of Freedom church has People are created much excitement looking for It with heir shot guns and Winehcstfr rlllea Â¬ The success of tho Elcctropoise in cur- Â¬ ing disease of almost every form and many patients apparently beyond recovery has caused a wide and growing de Â¬ Tumors mand for tho little doctor paralysis abscesses scrofula cancer chronic and acute rheumatism and neuralgia many cases of female troubles some cases of total and partial blindness and deafness Bright disease kidney and bladder ailments have been cured in such a short while as to border on the Tho treatment Is simple miraculous Write for terms of rental and effective and sale and special reasons why you should get ono this month also letters from well known people testifying to its curative merit Editorial from Central Methodist Cat lettsburg Ky Rev Z Meek Editor Unites ten thousand men mainly pro Â¬ fessional men lawyers doctors editors preachers and all classes including the writer yery much mistaken the Electro poise effects cures gives relief whero all other remedies have failed especially is it elllcacious in delicate feeble women Rev Geo H Means Covington Ky In one nights time the Electropolse releived me of brain congestion and ver- Â¬ My wifo was relieved of a severe tigo attack of neuralgia in one hour Rev John I Rogers Danville Ky A kinswoman of mine who was appar- Â¬ ently rapidly sinking into tho grave suf Â¬ fering w 1th sciatic rheumatism and in ex- Â¬ treme pain day and night in a very short time obtained freedom from all pain walks without crutch or cane and de-Â¬ It is a mystery clares that she is well to me almost a miracle Rev W F Wyatt Morning View Ky I began to Improve from the first apÂ¬ plication of the wonder working gem my general health is better than it has I believe it to bo a God been in years given remedy Webb 609 Fourth Address DuBois Avenue Loulsvllo Ky ar8ond for clreulaw free the Itt ulliatlun Most niou will faco n gatling gun with less nervouKiiuss thiin they will u dentist It is hard to say why but a dentists chair is n moro terriblo objoct to tho nverngo mortal than a surgeons operating table and nearly ovory dentist can tell stories of ordinarily cour Â¬ ageous mou who havn bucked out of an engagement nt tho last minuto Ono young Chicogoan with plenty of nerve ordinunly knows of a dentist whom ho studiously nvoids on account of a Buddeu and uuaccouutablo weaken Â¬ ing at tho critical moment And tho dentist wol I tho dentist would proba bly liko to sco tho yonng man Tho lat ter had been troubled with a toothache for about a week nnd at last m ado up his mind to havo tho tooth pulled To preparo himsnlf for tho ordoal ho took some liberal doses of whisky and then sought out tho dontist Tho pain of tho tooth combined with tho whisky had put him in a pretty norvpus stato nnd to qniot him tho dontist put him up in an operating chair and put a big tum bler of whisky on tho tablo besido him When younroroady call mo ho I havo somo work to do in tho said nozt room Half nn hour lator tho dentist lookod in and asked Aro you ready ropliod tho pa Â¬ Not yet doctor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ comfortable unless a Niagara of air Is pouring over them This is tho fresh air fiend male or female who opens tho oar window and swallows dust and cinders and makes others do thosamofor thosakoof satis fying their craving Behind Bits doubt Â¬ less a person to whom tho loast breath of air in motion is a calamity yet both of thorn must makotho journey in com Â¬ pany One has just as much right as tho other to his views of what is desira ble to him and neither is called upon to givo way to tho other Ono smothers nnd tho other feels that ho or sho is about to bo blown out of tho car Tho only compromiso that wo can think of that would answor ami inako ventilation of publio rooms u success is to provido an nntomatio systom which shall bo variablo in different parts of tho samo room Tlieso parts should bo supplied with traps in the floor and havo Bay a six second fan blower bo neath each trap and bo nccossiblo only to fresh air fiends of both sbxes In tho other parts n dead air space approaching a vacuum should bo main Â¬ tained into whloh n littlo sulphurot of hydrogen should bo injected periodically in order to obtain all tho phenomena of bad voutilation for persons of iufirm health who aro compelled to travoh Then ovory one would bo satisfied if the plan worked I Engineer Â¬ Â¬ Situation smiiiiiiiaiatisHk Sfe eaack r mjta C W Smith lor 18 years principal of tho ntli OF KY UNIVERSITY uuimiiuibiai uuiibu lexinctohky Trot nimmnilnl By Awarded Medal and Diploma tha Worlds Columbian Exposition For Hyetera of Itook krr pine nnd tienrral UmlnnaCourse Kduratlon etc Cuat to complete about fJ0 Including tuition book llulnei and board Ihonograplir Typewriting and Telegraphy lauilit lO Ouuiucceiiiful graduates -1- 00 III banks and 100 ofllclali No Yaratlon Kentucky Enter Now graduatra llnlveralty Diploma aowpeclal attention warded our riven to aeeurlnar altuullona or graduates For circulars address WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY Agents Wanted SOLICITING FOR Lovings Protective AND Collection Agency THIS IS NO HUMBUG ProXeulunal Etiquette BIG PAY TO THE BIGHT Headquarters BOWLING GREEN KY Â¬ It is reasonable to suppose that as Aycrs Sarsaparillu has benefitted others it will benefit you No other medicine is so cflecti vo in producing a radical cjango In tho blood and imparting re Â¬ newed life and energy to tho wholo -- system both nervous and physical FALLS OF ROUGH A Auothor half iionr went by and the doctor trlod again bnt tho patient still wanted moro time Half au hour or so uftor that tho den Â¬ tist looked in again and tho patient had gone So had the whisky Tho young imm had finished tho last of it and still found that ho had not enough nerve to undergo tho ordoal so ho had quietly got down from the chair se cured his hat nnd sneaked out Dot that is mcroly an illustration of what foar of a dentist will inako a man da Chicago Herald Â¬ tient 0 Oliver bus moved to Tawson Ky Mii s Jennie Green is at Princeton col- lego Mr L Green has a big lot ol now goods Mr John Bland q Kirk was in town VENTILATION FOR EVERYBODY The Only Method hy Which AU Kindt of Crank Can Ila Suited Ono of tho greatest dlfilcnltlea met couut Tho following is told of tho Into Sir William Gull as illustrating tho doctors maxim that it is nccowary boforo all elso that tho patient shall havo con Â¬ fidence in his medloal ndviser Deiug called in haute to n pationt un der tho caro of n very young practition er Sir William found that brandy nnd water was boiug given at intervals with certain other treatment Tho great phy Â¬ sician carofully examined tho pationt and said Glvo him another spoonful of brandy Ho thou rotlred to a prlyato room with tho young doctor in charge It is a caso of so and so ho Baid as soon as tho door was closed You shouldnt havo givou braudy on any no Â¬ Â¬ W L Douglas 3 SHOE HUNCH nnnnnvAM ENAMEU0 CALF N0 8QUCAKINO IS THE BEST Y 3SP0LICE3SoLa 2lyB0Y5SCH0flliH0ES tS y2Hturni SEND rofl CATALOGUE LADIES BesT0uu 4 Friday Mrs L Green has returned Dayton la from Oneutboro MIes Mary attending school at Owenboro with in ventilating pnblio buildings nnd railway oars is to settle tho question of how much air shall be admitted or how often the entire cublo contents of an apartment shall be renewed This from the faot that in the quantity of air reÂ¬ quired individuals vary greatly To bosw the whole ooeaitof the atmosphere Call at Babbagea the Gluts Furnisher Is isadeqaate and theyki not feel even for cold weather underwear DnVsaid tho junior practitlouer in nmazomont I thought Sir Wil Ham that yon just told the nnrso to give him another spoonful So I did said the groat man be eause we must not destroy his confidence In you or heU neyer feel comfortable or believe any tliiug you tell him again S Loudon Truth BROCKTON MAM i uj Yea can sate money by purcbotlug V Ii jfousma ounce Because we are luc lurecst mtnuraclureri ol adrertlscd shoes In the world and pusrsutce the value by stamping the name aim prlte ou the bottom which protects you against high prices and the middlemans profits Our shoes equal custom work In style easy Stilus aud wearing qualities We have them oll every where at tower prices for the value glvea thai any other make Take no substitute IT your dealer cannot supply you we cas gold by VLDOUGLAS v v L SULZER Cloverport CO Ky C M MeSLOTHLAN Uitlwt 5ter Ky7 J