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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y tr tT T r i IJtlJjj ba i BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7 1894 worship only himself nnd from tho fu ture comes no beckoning hand The Christian can proudly assert that the world would bo better If tho spirit of the Nazarcno p rvaded its councils and no man dare offer contradiction The agnosÂ¬ tic must needs admit that If all mankind thought as he did and If that wldurango of incentives which aro only partly operative in society wero ellmlnativp it would bo little short of a moral catastro Â¬ Â¬ VOL XIX NO 16 1V b Tho Agnostic and the Christian Tho Psychology of Sucocsi tI Paiit I It Ib told of ii great lawyi r that wlirn Kxliarllng them to continue In the fiillh npplaudud by the Crowd lio exclaimed AcLxIv31 They applaud I must have Bald Borne It is hardly possible to doubt the state- Â¬ Thoro nro a few who thlug foolish scorn public ment that great Ideas have a tendency to llko this talented orator broaden and deepen the man who pon judgment Hut Is this disdain slneeie cases of a misanth Â¬ ders them whllo small Ideas have an opExcept In some rare ropic or pathological nature I do not be- Â¬ posite influence Large thinking makes large living If it be true that n man is lieve It It Is either posing or snobbish Â¬ ness which makes any superior mind la known by tho companions lie keeps tho cludo under the humiliating name rule may be applied to his thoughts as riitllstlnes all the unknown and In- Â¬ well as to his friends What is needed to make tnon complete dividual parte of humanity which united constitute tho collective being to develop human nature until itassuracs Â¬ known as the majority In reality this grand proportions is a serl s of lofty mopraised tives If you feel that something is very is respected and Philistine because it is lie alone who elves tho palm desl able and that it is possiblo for you Â¬ of victory To act In such a manner that to attain it you aro aflame with enthusi the world will talk of you or discuss asm and the hardest work you can do is your opinions is not only the vulvar a constant delight provided It brings you Ideal of vain mediocrity but also tho nearer to the accomplishment of jour great and legitimate Ideal of the strongest purpose And the rovetso is equally true for if and most modest of thinkers The dif-Â¬ is found you are convinced that It does not pay to ference between tho two classes in the means taken to obtain this praise do the hard work that tho chances nro Whether we desire it or not It is the against your reaching the end you seek public which judges of our work from your conviction dissipates all zeal and first to last but its way of judging differs saps the courage which is required to and Its judgment Is more or less exact overcomo diffcultits Now there are two widely divergent according as it is rendered collectively and simultaneously or alone and In a theories of lite advocated by equally A book honest cultured and well equipped schol- Â¬ longer or shorter space of time practi- Â¬ is never judged In tho samo way as an ars and an examination of their is read by Isolated cal results or In other words a fair and oration The book persons who In tho peaceful solitudo of impartial comparison of two lives which their rooms are able to give a spontan- Â¬ represent them will bo both suggestive eous and sincere opinion The oration and instructive The agnostic is one who would like to is heard by assembled spectators who unconsciously consult and advise each believe but cannot Ho bos reached a other and together formx monster with pretty definite conclusion tlint a man is Â¬ a thousand heads which seems to say to an exquisite piece of machinery comEntertain mo or I posed of certain chemical elements which tho poor speaker ultimately return to the earth and air will devour you The man ends his career at death1 The These two conditions being evidently dramma is one act and whn the cur- Â¬ Have vou different which is the best tain drops there aro nothing moro to look ever submitted to the analysis of psyche forward to Of mortality and heaven of logical chemistry the Irrepressible ex Â¬ a soul which will continue to exist of a pressions of enthusiasm which In a hall God who is something moro tlun eter-Â¬ or a theater form a vey tempest of ap Â¬ nal Energy of a Providence which over plause at the close of a dramatic scene cr looks and guides our destiny tempering the final words of an eloquent discourso tho wind to the shorn lamb he simply At tho moment tho public thinks itself says Not Proven sincere because it really feels tho emo- Â¬ The Christian but let us linger a mo- Â¬ tion which is manifested But is this ment in order to define teima Wo do frenzied approbation always duo to the not refer to tho ecclesiastical Christian worth of the draina or tho oration or is who has formulated an iron creed and not on tho contrary some chance in- Â¬ who sends you to tho pit unless you ac- Â¬ gredient which has contributed to this cept every proposition In it for no man effervescence of enthusiam on earth so crudely misinterprets tho No one is ignorant of this psychologi- Â¬ Scripturo as he does or so poorly reprc cal law and indisputable truth that the sents his Master We have in our mind intensity of an emotion increases in that other kind of man who is pervaded direct propoition to tho number of per- Â¬ by the generous the pitying tho loving sons feeling that emotion in tho same spirit of tho Nazarone time and place Alfred Espinas In his This man who is no moro willing to fine work Des Societies Anlmales has be unscientific or unphilosophical than given a mathematical demonstration of his brother the agnostic believes that Suppose that tho God reigns supreme everywhere that this phenomenon emotion felt by the orator is represented we are all Ills children and that tho by the number 10 and that at Lis first children can communicate with tho fa- Â¬ words at tho first sound of his eloquence ther by means of prayer that life may af 1e communicates at least the half of It to be a rough journey filled with hardships each of his hearers say 500 Each of and sorrows but every one of them may these reacts on tho other by his applause be turned to good account if wo meet or by redoubling his attention and this them bravely that above us aro unseen produces what the reports call a sensa- Â¬ beings n cloud of witness invisible but tion But this is felt by all prisent at potent who aro always ready to extend the samo time for the hearing of the a helping hand that beyond us is a auditors is not less susceptiblo than that Home where those who havo departed of the speaker his imagination is sud Â¬ are awaiting our arrival denly excited by tho spectacle of these Be it understood that for our present 300 persons filled with emotion a specta purpose we do not engage in nny contro- Â¬ cle which does not fall to produce in versy as to tho truth or falsity of either him according to tho law just named a theory Neither do wo in the slightest Admit thay he feels only degree question the honesty of either real emotion the half of this emotion and what is the contestant The agnostic is just as loyal Ills excitement will no longer a lover of truth as the Christian and tho result be represented by 6 but by tho half of 5 Christian is as unwilling to bo led men Â¬ Now tally astray as the agnostic They aro multiplied by 300 which is 7C0 If I do not mistake these words are suffi- Â¬ both in search of facts which can bo cient to show that judgments rendered trusted and both desire to be entirely by a crowd are enormously exaggerated just and fair We can adniiro theso because the opinion of each individual doughty knights who fight tinder differ- Â¬ is raised to tho n mth power by tho sin Â¬ ent bannors for they are without fear gle fact that there aro other persons and without reproach it would be present In this case the number is the folly to denounce tho agnostic and pure first and most important condition of bigotry to declare that he will not go success which is certainly not created to heaven for the reason that lie has by tho speaker but is doveloped by him never believed that thcro is one be in proportions which seems almost im Â¬ causo we may bo sure that no brave probable and noble soul will bo excluded Whon The wiiter of a book neither sees nor Christ sits as judge Ho will condomn no hears the isolated expressions of enthu Â¬ man who ha done what ho could and siasm he does not know the scattered all ho could But this we do say without any liesi public which admires It and if he does not hear the single voice neither does tatlon vihatever that tho motives which flow from these two theories are wholly lie hear the collective aud grander voice To act on a scattered and on an assemb Â¬ unequal for tho production of tho virt- Â¬ ues winch make life beautiful and hu led public being two different things Tho evi- Â¬ Subject- Â¬ raun character symmetrical which I repeat is the better The answer must dence of tho worlds experience is decid Â¬ ively I cannot say edly in favor of the Christian and pitiful Â¬ depend on individual temperament ly opposed to the agnostic In the lan Â¬ of tho crowd Some love tho acclamations No man who has others are contented to know Indirectly guage of Huxley what the public thinks of them Object- studied history or even altonded to the ively there is no doubt that the judg Â¬ occurrences of every day life can doubt ment of the Isolated public is most cer- Â¬ tho enormous practical valuo of trust and tain and correct The judgment of the faith If one has no faith and no trust ho crowd bving always exaggerated by numbers it must necessarily oft n be er- Â¬ goes into the good fight as a forlorn roneous Collective minds are rarely hope He can look only to himself can guided by logic or good sense A cry a HETUKNKD YOUll MONEY gesture of one often constrains other to If you receive no benefit from Dr rtorcoj repeat the same Consequently tho re- Â¬ Prescription t TV r sulting opinion which we believe to bo Tula fair and business like that of all may bo only tho opinion of hold offer who by the phenomenon of sug Â¬ one out to all Â¬ wonun who gestion becomes at one stroke the in suiter from stantaneous and accidental despot of the Collective psychology tfee diseases and de Â¬ whole crowd rtyke feminine psychology pardon me rangement pecu Â¬ liar tn tholr nr hulks is made up of cruelty and con Â¬ To weakly woounfeaed bo price could be lasting secure nor the tradiction it passes rapidly frona agtyen more tUAt to bo derivedbenefit moropurchase from the than sAntlment to one dlrtctly opposite of a boKle of this famous Prescription all the Therefore as wie llkw tobqwlth jndivld Its tucoess In curlnj disorder functional de Â¬ and chrojilo rangements uals but not with crowd one should weakness o ofltnfnl warrants ita makers women 1a guarantying ltv Wat tills medicine baa also desire to be Judged by Individuals 6f delicate women It will and not by crowos Traflslatwl for Pub Â¬ done for tbousaruU two critical periods la do for you At tos Opinion from the article by Seipion womans life she change from girlhood to lic womanhood awl laser the change of life 8ighel 1h the Parte Keviie dee and its sa Invaluable tonla only a soosblnc nerv good results It iivewbkh can produce cures oases of nervous prpstratkm Insomnia Bakls Pwbr Dr FrlMa dieor or WaWlity to sleep and many iteryotw 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ 1 BEWLEYVILLE Singing at Methodist church Tuesday Death of Little Cicero and Morgan Thurman phe - Â¬ Rus Ctm eW Ate to derangwnent of te unotioua There is a subtle something in religion which braces the soul to meet emergen Tnow ROoj8 All tho sick folks much better and the cles and a subtle something in unbelief which robs us of strength when most vte well ones all serene and happy need it Tho man with no fajth ianot of Parkland Miss Allio Nunuelly the peer of the man who feelstho pres came down Friday to visit her sister sure of an almighty and supporting Arm Miss Lufa and other friends when he is nigh to falling under the Hon Chas Stanford roturned homo sorrows which come to every one of us Saturday from an extended campaign This then is all we say for the pres tour In tho interest ot his party The entthat if we look at life from a purely Republicans certainly will succeed if Mr practical standpoint the Christian can do Blanford can bring success to then moro than the agnostic to broaden our Cattle de homers have gone tho rounds shoulders for inevitable burdens and of the community tho past week with moro to lighten the heart when tears are much success falling nnd moro to enable us to resist W II Cain Jr sold it fine Jersey temptation and more to make us cheer- Â¬ This calf to J O Peak of Rock Haven ful and happy to tho end of our days And if tho Idem which cnnoblo us was tho result of an ad in tho News There seems to tie quite a lot of sorgh- Â¬ and make us strong to do battlo for right and justice if those ideas aro not true um grown this year Several persons what kind of n world is this in which wo are impatiently awaiting tho mill Miss Olive Adkisson of Wcldon is live 7 NY Herald visiting Miss Bettie Cain To relieve headache correct disorders Dr Milton Board of Hardinsburg of the stomach aud increase the appetite was In town last Thurday and for tho cure of liver complaint uso Mr Will Howard and wlfo spent lost Ayers Cathartic Pills They are per- Â¬ Saturday and Sunday with ills uncle fectly safe to take and invariably pro- Â¬ mote a healthy action of the digestive Mr Chas Blanford Mrs Henderson and daughter Miss and assimilative organs Nora attended church hero Sunday Saturday and Sunday being tho regu Feeding Wheat to Animals The tact that many farmers in tho lar appointed meeting days ofMethodists West have fed their wheat to hogs rath Bro Cuudiffcamo and preached n good er than sell at tho low prices offered has sermon Saturday Bro It W Browder agent for the caused discussion as to the wisdom of such a course aud of the general question Training School at Klkton camo among Attended the League at of tho valuo of wheat as fed In compari- Â¬ us Saturday son with other grains Tho Kansas night and preached in tho interest of State Hoard of Agriculture entered upon the school Sunday morning at 11 oclock a thorough investigation and its report The Epworth League held their regu Â¬ just issued in a pamphlet of over 200 lar monthly literary meeting Saturday pages is a magazine of information on night There was a nlco little crowd in the subject A circularcontalnlnga long attendance nnd tho exercises wore un- Â¬ list of questions was sent to 1000 wheat usually interesting f growers feeders dairymen and others in Program of EpworthlLeague at Bew- Kansas believed to bo among tho best leyviiie JNov 3d ltmi informed on such matters Tho replies Song Sow in the morn thy seed 3 W 11 Cain Sr of about 400 of theso wero of a character Class meetings Hugh Uardaway Sabbath schools that afforded a basis for generalization Epworth Leagues Mrs Salllc JCain From tho facts thus obtained it has been Song There Is a land of pure delight Dsvlil lltirdaway deduced that of nearly 25000000 bushels rtepentance Mary Illanford of wheat raised in Kansas in 1803 in- Â¬ Justification IlroCundlfT Sanctlfication cluding both winter and spring varieties Song When I can rcid my title clear more than 10 per cent was used as feed Hyninology Illanche Jolly for farm animals and of the crop of 1894 Mediations of hymns introduced by Lena Drury Tom Cain it is estimated that over 30 per cent will t Creation my Annie Johnson maker i Ill praise be so used The great majority reported 3 Lo on a narrow neck of land that wheat proved Itself much superior Overton illanford Hoy Cain to corn for fattening hogs even whero 4 Wcstllng Jacob Song 5 there had been a waste by the animals 6 From Grcenlonds ley mountains Mary Paul Hock of Ages swallowing it without mastication Tho 7 Jesus lover of my soul Lena Drury average testimony was that a bushel of After a nlco littlo talk of eulogy and wheat produced eleven pounds of pork encouragement by Bro Browder tho The average cost of the wheat to tho meeting closed by singing All hall the Kansas farmer raised and in tho bin in- Â¬ power of Jesus name cluding 7 per cent intertst on the value Gomiev Rod of tho land on which it was raised and also wear and tear of equipment ranged It May Do as Much for You from 60 cents por bushel on a yiold of Mr Fred Miller of Irving 111 writes 10 bushels to the acre to 20 cents per that he had a Severo Kidney troublo for bushol on a yield of 35 bushels to tho many years with sovero pains in his acre back and also that his bladder was affectThe general conclusions reached by ed Ho tried many so called Kidney the Kansas Hoard oAgriculture are that cures but without any good result wheat Is superior to corn pound for About a year ago he began uso of Klec pound as a grain to produce healthful trlc Bitters and found relief at once woll balanced growth in young animals Klectrlo Bitters is especially adapted to mixed with corn oats or bran it is sup- Â¬ cure of all Kidney and Liver troubles erior to either alone for work horse is and often gives almost instant relief superior to cqrn as a milk producer when One trial will piove our statement fed to cows is a profitable food for swino Prlco only 50c for largo bottle At A of all ages both as to framework and It Fishers drug store flesh aud has a high yaluo as part of tho grain latiou of cattle especially whon GARRETT judiciously mixed with bran oil cakq or other albuminous foods tending to bal- Born to the wife of Stuait Owen a anco tho too carbonaceous nature of tho f girl clean wheat It is a superior food for all Mr and Mrs L A Mills were In Vine fowls and cannot bo surpassed as a pro Â¬ Grove last Thursday moter of tho maximum of egg product Mr II O Bennett and family wore Ion It Is more profitable in all cases to visiting hero last Saturday and Sunday break the grain by coarse grinding roll- Â¬ Mr George Miles aud Joo Hllf went ing or crushing as pefect digestion is Â¬ thus better assured Whero this cannot to Brandenburg last Wednesday on busibe done soaking in water for 24 to 30 ness Mrs Joo Rhodes of Rodclla is visiting hours is advised but in this caso it should be fed slowly to insure thorough her parents Mr and Mrs W B Lancas- Â¬ mastication On the important question ter near hero Mr Tom Shumate and wlfo of Hill whether it will pay better to sell the Grove visited Mr John Funk and fami Â¬ wheat or feed it to farm animals the board says With corn and wheat ap- ly last Friday Mrs Buckler aud daughter Eva spent proximating he same price per bushel it is not unprofitable to feed tho wheat last Sunday with Mr Darnenls family yet if it can be ground rolled crushed near Pennebaker Mr John Funk went to Garnettsvillo or in some way broken at a total cost not last Monday to nstiut in erecting a monu Â¬ exceeding 5 to 7 cents per bushel to feed Cleveland ment to his fathers gravo it whole nud dry is unwise Mrs Mary Lano aud daughter Mrs Plain Pcaler Cu Is of Webster and aunt Fauny Van Henry Wilson the poet matter at meter ot near Fkrou were vistitlng WeUhton Florida cays lie cured a case Mrs Crutcht r and family Wednesday Mr Qeorgo Holsteiti and Miss Fauuio ot diarrhtca of long standing in six hours with ono small bottle of Chamberlains Sipes were married at Buck Grove church Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemedyt last Wednesday evening by Rev Walton After the ceremony What a pleasant surprise that must hava of Brandenburg been to the sufferer Funh cures aro not the youug couple returned to the home unusual with this remedy In many In of tho brides parents Mr and Mrs May their stances only one or two doses are required JphnSIpes of near here to giye permanent relief It can always lives bo long and happy be depended upon When reduced with The way to euro a cough is to stop the water it is pleasant to take For sale by coughing Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey A It Fisher Cloverport and Kincheloe cuts loose the mucous heals the lungs Hoard Hardjnsburg Ky Cures grip aud bronchial tubeaqulckly cough In one night For sale by Short HaynesCoverport Dr R II McMul- The only way a lad without capital can gt on in commercial life is by earning Ho McDanlela MMeyer Co Buras A Taylor Let Geo Ileywr ComUntine the good opinion of his emplojers him perform Ms duties In a way that Rosetta Drury Bnntt Co Bewley shows he is not afraid of doing more than ville Ky W K Brown IrviugtonKyt K lie je paid for doing awl lis never Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky Morris Big Spring Ky lew promotion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho Infant sons of Mr and Mrs Tom well attended and good Thurman departed this life October 2Gth Speaking by D It Murray Wednesday and 27th ages 2 years and 7 months afternoon In school hoiise also well at Â¬ They were permitted to stay long enough tended and Democratically considered to twine themselves about tho heatts of good all who knew them They wero as love- Â¬ School reported to be In fine condi- Â¬ ly as a pair of flowers from tho garden of tion God To their parents their volco was Our popular sweeter than music and their smiles Business moving up clerk George Druryoffto the city for brighter than the stars at mid night Weep not dear father and mother your darlings aro with God and there they will remain where sorrow never comes They know no trials here below and God seen best for them to go to that celestial homo where joys forever How A FlllENI Ivory 6oaf It Floats BEST FOR 5H1RT5 THE PnOOTER OAMDLE CO GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT CO KENTUCKY Also Wholessle and lleUlt Dealers In Yollow Pino Flooring and Coiling Laths Cement Lime Shingles Brick Sash and Blinds and all kinds of Building Material Doon Sole Asrents for Hair Homostoad Fortllizoro Bono Meal and Troy Orders accompanlned filled with the cash promptly hardhtsbtjug Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 7 600 P BEARD President WILL MILLER Vloe Prssldent M II BEARD Cashier 1 O V7 BEARD MORRIS ESKRIDQE V - Dire tor R M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS D -- BANK or Baby Boy Dead Mr William Canarys baby boy died Oct 10 He was 1 months and 20 days old He was such a dear sweet little fellow Ho died of brain fever after an illness of just a week He suffered so much in such a short time Weep not dear parents for littlo Willie is not dead but sleepeth A precious one from us Is gone A voice we feci Is still A place Is vacant In our home Which never cm be filled S CINTt Bahy Aunt I Why ts going Hand in Hand TOPIC OF THE DAY are we doing such a Big UBLIC OALEI For two months I offer for salo on twelve months time nil my farming im Â¬ plements and stock Cattlo 15 head hogs 10 head horses 8 head good ones A bid of 300 is reserved of nil kinds on Ben Herr All kinds of tools used in modern farming Farm on reasonable terms and prlco Business ASK FOR PRICES SEE OUR 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Kentucky svsrHpeclsl V Enter Now graduate attention awarded our Wen to Mcurlns allunUoua for graduates 5 or circulars addreaa fn banks and 100 oftlclals lio Vstnslloo WILBUR It SMITH LEXINGTON KY S L SULZER Cloverport CO Ky C M McBLOTHLAN Union Neats Star Ky STRAYED Xsats garsaparllU A R FISHER Is tot sals by Ky pd DruggUt Clevirpirt One blood red steer two years past wars cd hole and in Jerblt I if right ctp and umlcrblt In left ear branded on Tlf with letter Mt Liberal reward for UfHMKHi or delivery or dellvsry W as at HasMtrH Hall WVR MOORMAN I -- WDl Mf jagfMLHHLfHHHLH lJggTrWJBWWlWflnPPrS iv I Ul iuBULJi Breckenridge Jne D NeWs Froptlitri 1891 BsptrnucAN B I D Ticket THH 33RBLOKKlNHinQm NBW9 imllll f IU I I iiwwb m III uiiij ii J onoVtePoFrr Ill X IX m l l HI IH i KV J m i I lAWil U V U Gufly 132 k V 0 Baboags Editors and John W IaJwIb typhoid fever HardlnibufgiJilJ pm Hj Mr and Mrs W A Rhodes visited I Chcnault Inst week ntlTmrrtfTfTTTtTffftTfTtTTTitTmt 0IV1h i Jn Bntuorlptlon Price 1100 a Tetr to Adduce Chas Moremcu Jr has gono to Cairo If Fld it the End of thr Year 1125 111 G D 81icllmnii to clerk on a boat Vic Bow mer was up from Cloverport Willis E Dockery MIfscb Lillian and Yirglo Rhodes epent Chintz Royally last Sunday with Miss Mattlo Hamilton Sunday 1 Rev Q ilun r turned finm Lodlburg Joseph Taul Mr JnkeShnrklftl of tho Hill Grove H G Stewart neighborhood uns in town last Tliurt- - Tuesday A 121 B F Beard A Co have tho latest cut lay T W Anderson Peoples Ticket Misses Llda Powoll nnd Lula Harris in overcoats 27 Smith E Waggoner wero lit Louisville last week taking items Dr Bush will be at tho Lcnnln hotel A M Hardin 23 In dressmaking November 12 27 Miss Iono Dowdcn is back from Louis- Â¬ John Nevitt Mr Will Hook returned from Louis- Â¬ 27 Clarence n Penick ville with n full lino of millinery goods ville Monday O Jolly of wlnterstyles 28 Henry Mr Roland Smith Stophensport was THAT IS JUST WHAT IT IS IN Wm Crews 27 Mrs J Casperko nl tended tho funeral Miss Sophia Frieck of Now in town last Monday 37 of her niece Riley Dowell BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY Mrs Elizi Taylor Rosetta was vlslt 27 Albany last week WT Norrls Miss Kula Dowdon is recovering from iny hero last Friday Prohibition Ticket Mr Joel Henri Plio was In town Satur- Â¬ typhoid fever Miss Annio Dowdcn is Bcnjainlr C Sympson day frofn Glendeane suffering from rheumatism Tho Wholo Ticket From Top to Democratic Ticket Mrs Dr OConner of Elizibethtown Cutter McDaniels Judgo Meicer and Morris Beard spent Bottom Magistrates Con- Â¬ 128 122 nee Rena Clarkson was hero last week last Sunday in Cloverport WL Beeves visiting relatives and friends 127 110 A B Montgomery stables and All Mrs Morris Eskridgo has been in deli- Â¬ 125 Mr Wm Rhodes sister Miss S A cate health for 110 John Allen Murray somo time ISO Rhodes of Payncsville is hero to attend 122 Milton Board v Rev 8 K Breeding is holding a pro128 the Alexander Rhodes nuptinls 115 R C Bichardson tracted meeting at Ephcsus Electod By From 250 to 300 FK Bhodes Mrs II A Alexnnder and daughter 137 147 Miss Jennie Warflold Cloveiport was will come down from Louisville to day 113 125 J S DeJernette Majority 110 130 II O Garner Wed to attend the wedding of their hero this week visiting Miss Llllie Scott W W Vessels James T Roberts and 120 A A Lalleist 114 son and brother 120 Brother Stone will preach again next J B Buzby wore hero Tuesday to vote 115 Wm Embry And It Looks Llko tho Wholo CounBepudlican Ticket Sundty at the Baptist church Brother C O Stith was hero last Friday and 128 Hagan has had nn abscess nnd is still renewed his druggists license at Irving- Â¬ B LD Gufly 82 Wo havo just opened the largest and most try Has Gono tho Same 133 unablo to fill his pulpit 80 John W Lewis ton 77 124 Wm Ahl Father Horbuth is sick at Cincinnati Way Mrs J E Monarch spent last week in complete lino of HATS shown in the county 128 and will not be ablo to olliciate 75 R N Miller tho country visiting tier father Mr Mat Â¬ night at tho Alexander Rhodes thias Miller 120 70 JOCunningham wedding Father TConner of Louis- Â¬ 120 07 Sila8Pato Mis Georgo Hayes of Henderson ar- Â¬ DEMOCRATS GRIN AND BEAR IT G D Shellman ville will unite them 120 75 rived here last week to visit her friends 120 78 An Aid Social will be held at Mrs Willis E Dockery Prices the and relatives 121 Milton Reids next Friday night Every 75 Chintz Royalty John Hensley tho eighteen months 120 body is cordially invited and n good old 74 We nro unablo to give tho complete Joseph Taul Peoples Ticket fashioned time is promised after n cessa- old child of Mr nnd Mrs1 J B Hensley returns of tho county but we know from 21 tion of tho pleasures attending these died Sunday night 25 what wo have that tho Democrats arc Smith E Wagoner Judgo Adkisson will not go with his occasions 21 24 no in It a little bit What did it or how AMHardin tho popular young family to Chickasaw but will remain Joo McGohec 20 22 it happened we are unable to say but John Nevitt 23 salesman from the Mammoth came here until January 12 the figures given below tell the short but Carenco A Penick Hows This 1 down last Sunday to see his parents and 21 Henry C Jolly 20 D II Severs and wife Henderson sad story Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward he came to town too to relate perhaps Wm Crews 10 21 wero hero Tuesday the guests of Mr and Democratic Ticket for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo the sweetest story ever told but this Mrs John Alexander Cloverport Ireclnct No I 3 llalltn is surmiso on tho part of a reporter The following is nn estimate of the cured by Halls Catarrh Cure C W L Beeves 82 130 71 Superintendent Driskel was giving his If nothing prevents Mrs Blanche office in the court houo n thorough majorities in the Clerks race which is a F J CHENEY A CO Props Toledo O A B Montgomery 07 81 132 07 We the undersigned have knonn F Fontaine and Mrs B Young expect to overhauling a few days ago John Allen Murray 07 78 124 GO pretty fair estimate for the whole ticket J Cheney for the lost 15 years and bc spend the winter in Florida and come Fon Cunningham G3 Board 81 HO Milton 03 Mr Charles Miller returned from New 35 liovo him perfectly honorable in all back by wny of New Orleans to witness Cloverport District GO H C Richardson 81 Uo 07 Madrid Missouri last week nhero ho Hardinsburg District 75 business transactions and financially able Mardl Gras We will miss these enter- Â¬ CD 82 130 07 FK Rhodes 112 to carry out any obligation mado by their taining cxcollcnt ladles from our circle had been visiting his daughter Stephcnsport Precinct GO 03 81 137 J S DeJcrnetto Mrs Nannio Williams of Missouri 40 firm BockValo nnd will hnil their return with pleasure GO 82 131 fiJ If C Garner Bowloyvillu 25 West tk Truax Wholesale Dniggists To Misses Isabella Brtiner and Agnes wat hero Monday to attend tho funeral Mi A A Lalleis Ol 80 131 I Webster W aiding Kinnau A Marvin ledo O Worlaud are in Ixniinvillo Miss Isabella of Mr and Mrs Ileiisiiiys little child 82 I3i 70 Wnr Einbry 03 Hudson Is at this particular period of lit r exist Mr Jimmy Kincheloo tho city jewel- Â¬ Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio GS 82 131 Joe M Mullen 07 Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally ence unusually fascinating and fascina er says ho will lay in n handsomo stock GO W B Taul GO 81 132 300 Total acting directly upon tho blood and tion liko electricity nnd magnetism is of goods in his lino for the Christines Repuiimcan Ticket For Richardson mucous surfaces of tho system Price not describable and cannot be simulated holidays B I D Gufly 103 8S 101 UO McDaniels Precinct 30 75c per bottle Sold by nil druggists But later Ill describe dear Isabella in Tom Seaton has left Jollys Station 105 80 101 108 John W Lewis Custer new rolo Testimonials free Wm Ahl 102 and is living with ids sister over on the 00 109 85 Big Spring 25 Points About Advertising J T Ditto of Louisville was hero lost Stephensport road His house at Jolly A Step in It N Miller Right Way 105 83 100 100 Mooleyvlllo 20 Printers Ink The Louisville Stock Market Sunday tho guest of the Misses Lewis is for rent 1 J 0 Cunningham 105 8S 100 Union Star 28 It is a sad spectacle to tho Louisville Nov 0 Cattle Re Â¬ did intend to toll you something real 101 Silas Pate 87 102 100 Judge Thoma Adkissons wife and Two Announcements and a Suggest- Â¬ optician to see his rivals ttoro Total 114 ceipts 1105 head market dull and loner nice about him and for tho sake of an daughter left yesterday for Chickasha 101 88 97 100 Gl Shellman crowded ion from Irvington on everything particularly so on Slop admirable young lady whom I admire I Indian Territory Cunninghams majority in County 282 Willis E Dockery 102 85 07 103 where they will reside Cheap advertising space is llko a cheap nnd Feeding Cattle Common and Medi Â¬ nm sorry to refrain but then he knows in 102 THE ANNOUCEMKNT 85 Chintz Royalty 07 103 the future suit of clothes in that jt is frequently NOTES um Butcher Cattle 1 lower than latt that criticism he passed so Im evening 100 85 Joseph Taul 1 00 112 On next Sunday Nov 11 wo ex Mr August Sipple of Cloverport has the dearest New York has gono anywhere from Thursday Bulls steady Extra Milch up on that mutual friends account Hardin A Walker 102 85 100 108 recently taken the oatli of allegiance to pect to have a young man from Japan Advertising is an alpenstock with Last Saturday and Sunday Brother Cows steady About 400 Cattle left over seventy five to one hundred thousand 101 87 07 107 Levi N Voiles with us iu our regular church service which a struggling business boosts itself Sam Alien our Presiding Elder was the United States and declared his in Â¬ 1eopiks Ticket McDcrmot is defeated in Louisville unsold afternoon we expect him to make up tho steep In tho declivity of public indifferHotis Rtceipts 3778 head market with us being quarterly services A tention to become a citizen thereof Mr us an address about his native country from 2000 to 3000 Owens is in tho 10 7 Smith E Waggonor Sipplo is a native of Germany ence same boat in the Seventh district and it opened up steady at 4J for the best Pack- Â¬ large congregation greeted him Sunday 8 A M Hardin 3 and to tell us something of his conver- Â¬ Charley Durham came up from Jollys It is notlceablo that tho merchant whov surprise us if Montgomery ers at which price all tho Hogs sold at morning both at Love Feast and the wouldnt 7 3 John Nevitt sion from Budhism to Christianity clings to obsoleto mtthods or does not Station Monday evening in order to be didnt have a closb call also At the Market closed firm with a better outlook sermon at eleven oclock His text Clarence A Penick 8 3 2 Wo aro arranging for a course of Sheep and iamiis Receipts 504 head The Lord God is a Sun was beautifully on band early Tuesday for the election lectures to be given in our town during advertise is the one most ready to sneer present writing wo are prepared fox most Henry C Jolly 8 3 anything Republicans it is your time market steady Best sheep lj to 2J and pathetically brought out in a spirit- Â¬ Charley has boon hard at work for the the fall and winter These lectures aro at tho progressiveness of his competi 3 Wm Crews 8 ual light by tho uso of similes and last four mouths and has run about very to be given by men of marked individ- Â¬ tors All sold to howl so let her go pRoiiniiTiov Ticket Dan Brooks The unsuccessful advertiser frequently metaphors Brother Allen is a Meade little Ho says ho lost a great friend uality and power and their impress up- Â¬ 2 Benjamin C Sympson Wo couldnt get a word from Meade attributes bis failure to ill luck but if ho Whenever tho little children tho la Â¬ county man and a self madooneof whom when Gabe Mattingly passed away Wonder if she has gono the samo way on any community cannot but be a great had been dies or tho big men want something to wo have cause to bo justly proud successful ho would probably Democratic Ticket Foster Heyser says no such tilings as E W Bugby a prominent lawyer of blessing Our peoplo aro going to pay have been mortally offended if any one regulate their liver or euro constipation I hear my young friend Miss Iono llardlusbg Precinct No 1 2 3 f jr these lectures by private subscription these over happen over in Grayson had hinted that his success was entirely and billiousness Dr Bolls Tiny Tonic Herr formerly of Big Spring but late o Paducah Ky Bays that Dr Bells Pino 100 W I Reeves 92 OS Tom Wroo says if there is a Democratic Tar Honey cured his children of whoop Â¬ which has beon arranged already and owing to good luck 157 ABMontgomery 03 08 town or county in this state hes going Tablets is what thay must havo They Bowling Green was married recently to a then invito all who will to come and par- Â¬ The first fow ads aro often liko the cure and you never feel it Purely vegeta- Â¬ young gentleman of Tennessee I also ing cough when all things elso failed 102 92 John Alien Murray 98 there take Its a new remedy for all coughs For good with us freely and we will do them initial blows of an axe upon tho trunk of ble 25c a vial everywhere For sale hear they Bought a Gretna Green 158 85 100 Milton Board Buck Adkisson I told you so Haynes Cloverport Dr a troe No matter how sharp the axo xr by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr to plight their troth R 0 Bichardson 155 Bo that as it may sale by Short 87 07 Carlt Richardson was the only man on Tho first ono of these lectures is to be how hard the strokes tho treetop never McDaniels M Meyer I only hopo so beautiful and accomp- Â¬ R H McMullin McDaniels M Meyer delivored by Rev F 150 103 F K Khodes 08 tho Democratic ticket who got a majority R II McMullin II Kerfoot D D Co Buras Geo Heyser Constan Â¬ Co Buros trembles or declines until a Buccerslon ot Geo Hoyser Constan Â¬ lished a Meada county girl and ono S DeJornetta 152 81 J 94 in this city Ho desires us to return his L L D on Saturday afternoon Nov blows has been patiently struck tino j A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett of such a family has formed u union in tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett 24 159 II C Garner 80 08 thanks for this Wo put it in the afternoon so that Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown In some wells one bucket descends as A A Lalleist 155 every way worthy of her name station 85 00 older people as well as the young for sev- Â¬ Therell be a howl to night Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield the other ascends Whilo money paid Wm Embry and accomplishments which I shall bo Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield eral miles around can come It is thought that Bob Robertson is Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky for advertising sinks like tho empty Bepuiimcan Ticket lievo she has safe in the Rock Vale district We hopo to havo Prof T M Hawcs But bucket out of Bight is very disappear- Â¬ B L D Gully 48 182 101 wont Bob bo lonesomo When a lady from a small hamlet of tho Highland Presbyterian church Wanted to Choose Her Own Guardian nestled among hills attends stylish wed- Â¬ ance insures the procurement of THE VALLEY 121 181 100 John W Lewis Burton says his speeches did it and Dr Lewis of the Walnut Street M business from the fountain of fresh pros Â¬ Sheriff Baker received a telegram from dings at largo hotels like the Gait house 110 170 Win AM 02 E church later on Charlie Sillier had very little use for perity Miss Wilda Haynes is convalescent Stophensport Thursday oveuing tolling for instance in large cities as Louisville 110 180 Miller 00 tho telephone RN THE SUOOESTION Well dressed windows and a largo sign him to watcli the down passenger that say sho should havo 123 180 105 Mr Tom Bandy Jr is on the sick list J O Cunningham Lish Bichardson brought 500 in cash I want to suggest that the parents and will draw attention to goods from paesers night and arrest a Miss Beatrice Madi- Â¬ stationed in tho corridors witlt instruct 120 172 107 witli him and couldnt get a Silas Pate Success to the News and the can- Â¬ school teachers attend theso lectures by They however havo littio timo to bet son who had left her guardian and was ions to noto tho numbors over doors so stop Tho determination of what shall G D Shellman 128 180 103 didates dies as game as ono Carlt Richardson themselves and Bee to it that their child- Â¬ bo bought is generally mado in the home on her way to Illinois where she bad a that when a hair dresser arrives and it 117 181 Willis E Dockery 07 of Dr Frymires chickens Ono of the main and it is this the deafer must reach Ho No man on Miss Nannie Johnson is visiting Mrs ren and pupils attend 118 180 Chintz Royalty 00 tho ticket mado a hnrdor fight than he grandmother nnd other relatives She becomeslmportant for tho signal to bo Gibson tasks of parents and school teachers is to can do so ouly by using a liberal amount claimed the guardian mistreated hor and given she may bo reminded of correct of printers ink Joseph Taul But wont Frank Haswell ho in it and Weddings aro all the go Wonder who give to the young a proper viow of 11 fo henco she left Sho is a very pretty numbers and thus prevent a panic or Peoples Ticket and citizenship in a christian civilisation John P Jr girl sixteen years oll and deported her- Â¬ stampede on tho part of party and other will bo tho next Buoklens Arnica Salve Smith E Waggoner 8 4 13 Owen Cunningham will mako a good and one of the chief purposes of these self In a becoming way whilo here Mr guests by entering unannounced and Mr Henry Johnson attended church Tho Best Salve in the world for Cute 7 2 AMHardin 5 clerk lectures is to help in that direction Bruises Sores Ulcers 8altRhouraFever Baker took hor back yesterday at Walnut Grove Sunday 7 2 John Nevitt 0 If wo could have all tho school child- Â¬ Sores Just as well laugh boys us to cry May Tho law of Kentucky gives morning without ceremony tho wrong portal and girls tho be under tho embarrassing necessity of Clarence A Penick 2 0 Some people wonder why Amos Slpes ren in five or six miles of Irvington to Corns TetterChapped HaudsChilblains 0 bo it will be our tlmo to howl next and all Skin Eruptions and pos Â¬ right to choose their own guardian at an apology to tho astonished Inmates Henry C Jolly 0 3 8 visits tho new houso so often come in next Sunday afternoon and hear itively cures Piles or no pay required tho ago of fourteen and that is what sho Dr Rice Pennington Improving Wm Crows The Halloween party failed to mater- Â¬ Mrs Susan Adkisson is visiting in the tho young Japanese and then let tho It is guaranteed to give perfect satis Â¬ faction or money refunded Dr Rico Pennington has been at Hot returned homo for Hawesvillo Clarion ialize In fact the Fates havo already Walnut Grovo neighborhood Democratic Ticket teachers havo them point out Japan on cents per box For sale by A RPrice 25 Fisher Stephen Union Springs Ark for several weeks very sick decided tho futes of so many the map Monday morning and give tlu m Some people are mighty fools about port bur Tho following from the Oweusboro In Tho eagle the king of all birds is no hearts hero that any necromancy would wanting to change few facts about it they would never a W L Reeves 81 117 quirer win uo good news to ma many their names forget it A B Montgomery 82 A telephone ted for its keen sight cloar and distinct bo unnecessary just now and then prep 110 friends in this county Mies Nellie Bobbins was the guest of So nro those persons who use arations for the approaching message from Dr Penningtons residence vision Wo will announce these lectures from knots to PirofOactB A nnln n Sohn Alton Murray 80 127 thlsafternoou stated that the doctor was Sutherlands Eaglo Eye Salve for weak bo tied keep hands and minds busy ply Miss Caroline Norton last week time to time and hope that they may 3 years oltl tit 30 00 por 1000 Milton Board 00 120 improving rapidly Mrs Pennington eyes styes sore eyes of any klndorgran ing and buying That reminds mo What has become of Nancy Hanks 2 prove a great blessing to all 1000 per 1000 that 15 It C Bichardson 127 received a letter to that ellect to day Second class 2 years old at Truly ulated lids Sold by all deal ors For Mr Palmer who has been hero for some We enjoy her leters immensely 80 125 Tho report that lie was very much worse F K Bhodes 2000 por 1000 W R Cullom again current this afternoon and his sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Mr Enoch Norton was to have at Â¬ time in connection with the Soda Ash 03 110 was J S DeJeruetto S M HARDIN friends will bo glad to know it is not Di It II McMullin McDanlols J M Plant will wed on Wednesday to day tended church Sunday but C Garner 93 When the children drink bad water II true Andyyjlle Ky Co Buras Geo Hoysor Con Â¬ Misi Annio Wallaco of Corydon Ind Meyer Mr Tony McCoy was the guest of and eat too much green fruit or have A A Lallcist 80 stantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury but for several years of this placo Mr Misses Norton and Kincheloo Sunday FOR SALE 87 the stomach ache or diarrhoea from any Wra Einbry One hundred and eighty Bennett A Co Bowloyvllle Ky W E Palmer stands well as a business man Republican Ticket cause you neednt be alarmed about lUrdlnihurr Hartford and Hqwllnff lying on cronnd Miss Laura Slpes says of all the flow Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols and citizen and Miss Annio has a circle 185 B LD Gufly 00 era the Sweet William Is tier favorite them If you will get a 25c 50o bottle of roadt In Southwot part ot HrecVenridV coun ty Ibii land U under Kood fence foUy Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring of frionds hero who llko her very much 187 acrci 100 John W Lewis The incessant wasting of a Mr George Dowell of Guston was Dr Bells Anti Flux they will bo at play In timber reit under high state of cultivation Ky and wo all extend good wishes lour springs 171 02 Wm Ahl and consumptive can only be over- Â¬ in half hour after the first dose For sale Ings lastingwithin onehouse of other larm build good mile ltock Vale on the There was nuito a turning out last Sat the guest of Mr Wm McCoy Tuesday by Short 178 00 come by a powerful concentrated BN Miller Haynes Cloverport Dr Will sell on reasonable terms or trade for other land Misses Mary McCoy and Maud Smith urday Irom county aim town to near tho For further par Â¬ 207 Detectives Needed Here J O Cunningham 99 nourishment like Scotts Emul- Â¬ R II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer ticulars call on or address candidates It is evident our Po pullste attended church at Walnut Grove Sun Â¬ 181 Â¬ 00 sion Sllasrato JOIiNIIAWRIIKV SuporlntondeLt Chas Aingo of tho menus nave nrcsseu tne bolster unon If this wasting is checked Co Buras Geo Heyser Constan Hock Vale Ky 201 G D Shellman 08 and the system is supplied with National Detective Bureau Indianapolis the nominees pretty hard but the more day tino A Taylnr Rosetta Drury Bennett Miss Lena Bandy of Irvington visited they pressed the more tho Democrats 1G0 Â¬ Willis E Dockery strength to combat the disease Ind announces that two or three capa Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown bubbled over the edges and re Â¬ her school mates at the school house Irvington Ky MUSIC COUPON 175 Chintz Royalty there isotope of recovery ble and trustworthy men sro needed in bounded up popularity Jno P Nleliols Gar Â¬ into and notoriety Tuesday K jikUTft W 175 Joseph Taul his county to act as private detectives Not mnch cause for alarm It is npt tho field KyAILMorriBigSriring Ky T pay sttW th m rUuo or ercN by ulog It is curious how some young men Democratic Ticket under his instructions Experience in choosing of county olllcers in tills county Card of Tkaski Webster Ireclnct If It but that of a Congressman that should get frightened on Sunday nights tho work is not necessary to success CijrSnBHlY9 Cheri Mftkri 138 W L Rooyes they dont want aint It is most bestir Democrats To the members of Cloverport Baptist Ho edits a largo criminal paper and will another Force BUI If oQBjptits system pi thorough HaMglvlug for tho South A A B Montgomery 131 Some of our young ladies aro very fond church Clover Lodge No 4 A O U the chords lor all Major and Minor Keys send it with full particulars which will McKlnley Bill of bountiei for the North N TRACHKK NBCMMlttY 131 John Alien Murray of singing the Sweetest story eyer told W desires to return their grateful thanks explain how you may enter the profes Â¬ and if they want a Democratic Speaker Mom wonderful musical put on 130 Linton ooaru IMIIMtll for their kiadaeee in leading the chureh the market II you hare work vr ra X addressing him at Indianapolis of tho Houso of Representatives and last and hearing it too we expect sion by liana or Mi unurti io oe wiinoui It Q O Richardson J32 of Cod liver but not least by a big majority a Dem f Why is it that a certain young lady Is for the A O U W lecture also to Mies Ind Oil with Hypophos JVL any IADs am swpiunv mum m mnj mwvr ocratio Presldeu for 1W0 Let us hope always so anUMiaiia 135 FK Rhodes anxious to hear from New Annie May and the choir who bo kindly T phites does more to cure Con- Â¬ and used their Influence they all LluiAln ftnaadrnfirttoftii Wlnnwu 130 J S DeJernctto Bowling Green Mo has raised the for their voted gave their services whioh contributed so Bethel Take warning young men measures Let us hope when sumption than any other known II- Will u Vji ae jr iaLiI - r 131 II C Garner uaru r much toward the eutertalutnent of the hvh in t will fmn prlea el di ui book Ispiuar lut star remedy It is for all Affections of annual license of saloons to five thousand the return am all in that Kentucky Con by this UM NOTICE we will luall to all the A A LaIIeIt have elected twelve Democrats for iHUK dollars addlenee IMMi 127 Throat and LungtCoughi Colds Bron of IhU I wast Try 1MB ad woman a Um UaUM grese last Tuesday Wm Embry i7i7iV7CrVJ7r5 127 chltls and Wasting Your Reapeothflly f t f SUtM isUrU4 la tb OpUa mhI Wikkr MVaWAl SSVISHt rVttUSUUSf Mr Cull at Babbagea tho Gents FurnUlier ktHU to bT m of air tnU leollBoNN Y AIIDruHliti SOcsndM SkM dta- 110 Dniry Baking Pewfer Dr Prktta HtlMMtM for cold weather underwear 136 J L IWth t WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7 Wra Abl It N Miller J O Cunningham Silas Pate v 130 127 130 130 130 132 128 120 127 143 SIX PAGES Republican Land Slide The Madison Comity Tripled Mr and Mrs Mason of Madison county were in town last Saturday with their triplet boys and held a regular re- Â¬ ception at the Showers House where half tho population of the town called to see this very unusual sight The triplets nro four years old and tho boys nro to much nliko tliatnono but their parents can tell them apart They are very handsome and intelligent children and Mr nnd Mrs Mason nro very proud of them When tho children were born tho three weighed less than twelve pounds but by careful nursing they de- Â¬ veloped very rapidly nnd nro now un- Â¬ usually healthy and robust Mr nnd Mrs Mason and their interesting family nro visiting their cousin Mr John Stewart at Tunnel Hill Whilo the crowd hero was admiring tho triplet children and tno3t people wero saying that they had never seen anything llko it Mr J D Shackletto told from his own personal knowledge an instance of human fecundity that is undoubtedly tho most remarkable case on record in this country Ho says that when ho lived in Meade county there was n man named Tom A cMnnigal who lived in Brandenburg who was said to bo the strongest man in Kentucky It was an easy job for Tom to lift a barrel of whiskey to his mouth and drink out tho bung hole Tom was a married man and afterward moved to Harrison county Indiana living about three milts across tho river from Brandenburg Tho first increase in his family was twiiiB tho next time it was triplets and then his wife presented him with eight boys four at a birth These eight boys nil grew up to bo men and tho smallest of them weighed 1G5 pounds Ono of the first quartet Mr McMonlgal now lives in Brandenburg and is a well known citizen of tho county Mr Shackletto says If any ono doubts this story all he has to do is to w rito to Mr McMonlgal at Brandenburg nnd he will confirm it Elizabcthtown News BRANDENBURG hnsn light form of L HARDIN8BURG H W Mrs Jesse Malln TIME TABLE fT -WH-L -- A JHf- c- fTCT m 1 a Mm - ootxa west F M W M UH 3 - II 81 M HATS II i HATS f n Head Geai Â¬ foralithe Family Ii w 1 r- yL h as usual Lowest Â¬ 4i E 1 COME AND SEE US fi 1ft are ft Â¬ Â¬ XrESX If vJj If the li Â¬ lS jrS3 Â¬ PRUIT TREES T--- Consumption Cn jSt letITUU j Scotts a V - Emulsion rmutr v 3 WN Crm tytj T- u tiir Ji V Kfwr M mn J UJWW tiwwwintii 1 rt c I BROSLNKtfBGEl but Im kept pretty Â¬ HJEXWS GLOYKRPORT KY was increased to 400 feet and look tho drainngo pf tho tipper great lakes At tho Uip timo thcro wns n sorios of cascades threo in nil tho lower gaining ou tho upjwr until finally thoy wero all united in ono great cataract much high er than Hint of today Subsequently tho waters wero rnisod nt tho head of Lako Ontnrio nud tho falls approximated to tho present conditions nftor a lapse of 17000 yenrs from tho cud of tho first episode Tho ago of tho present falls is put at 1000 yenrs and another 1000 years was probably occupied by transitional changes of u very gradual character It is now 8 000 yenrs siuco Lako Huron emptied into Lako Erio for tho first timo Tho land has risen nbont tho outlet of Lako Erio nnd if tho present rato of change continues in 5000 or 0000 yoars tho waters of tho four upper lakes will bo turned into tho Mississippi rivor drainngo nt Chicago Pittsburg Dispatch Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 XL IIVTLk govern fa erSunday Monday TVkpaV YeddaY THUSfDAY Ww W - 4Kis2gS1 - ITCk - - MI 4111 118125 Wrf feS llfl m 742I28 2 Friday 5aturpa d 162330 LmMM I would liko to drop down that way A STREET CAft INCIDENT busy up hero Howovcr I want you to nlvo my regards to In Which a Clilralrom Little Man Makes all my friends down thoro ami tell them a Ills Mlatalie Im behaving myself Ho was a littlo man but his firm Thats iyiiiR i good deal for n mnn quick stop nud erect head showed that Hut IIvih in Ohimtpo ho weighed 10 ounces to tho pound and That n fait Well 1 will bid joti had nil tho confldonco of n man weigh Had to havo seen ing 200 pounds goodhy Mr Walker yon again Ho stopped on tho corner till n streot Thank yon Samo to you Drop in car ciino along nud stopped nboard nnd M o ino wheiioxer yon get to Blug Thu car was full and several pooplo hamvilhi wcio standing Ho took hold of n strap Samo old placo nud looked over tho crowd and saw that Samo old placo several women wero standing whilo a Good day numborof men wero occupying comfort Good day ablo scats Mr Sparks rejoined his friend nt tho It riled him to sco it nud whon his cigar counter Dont yon soo said eyo fell upon a palo faced littlo woman ho I didnt tako any risks and yot boldiug on to a strap whilo n largo hed mako nn nflldavit that I know nil lazy looking man eat near by ho could about th town I think I could go over not remain silent Chicago nnd borrow lnonoy of him Sco hero snid ho to tho big man Record hero is a ladystniidingwhilo you havo a seat Wear n smilo It is cooler in summer Yes said tho big mnn and warmer in winter than n frown Well dont you think you ought to givo up your sent to this woman who A Little Ton Ijto Miss Fndd Tho meanness of Bomo has probably been hard At work during tho day people is past comprehension No Mrs Fadd What has gono wrong Â¬ WEfiE BOUND TO PLAY POKER Ncwanaper Men Out of Caali Tut Up Their llrnln 1or Stakes Poker has been played with every thing from pen lieaus to a hundred dol Â¬ JkkkkkkKELa 4 r WgiI 1 ffJ SfiL ILj V Last week I was elected an nctivo member of tho Yotmg Ladies Philanthropy club nnd 1 began my ministrations by taking a basket of cold victuals to n poor woman whoso name was down on tho books Well when 1 got thoro I found that somo meddlo somo busybody had been tlwro two weeks ago and given her work nud I had to carry nil that tufT back Now York Weekly 7 Spoke Too Soon I havo heard it said Miss Emma that a kiss without lovo tastes liko an my love Miss Fadd You dont I do not lis MAN AND NATURE The mountains nnil the forests anil the sens Oldest of mourners with pathetic tone llnvu each u natural mimic nil their own Bet In accord with human Jestlnles liut Is tnoro sweet Bad tinder munlfold Tlmn iuodlaud im loClisatmxmJ More mild Yes Tliuu Cijuplid ou an lItu a UuhniB child Oh ho was a great hand to go to That llsiht und rols u j wel to our flit And then within un hour BnutliKAsly ili Ho stays at homo moro siuco tho fairs IlclioU Unt m lfbimjo ocean on tho shoro You know ho married ho got married with donfening Loohix tho foriht ouaki ono of tho Jonkins girls jiowir Tlio rocks nro rent Then oh I nmlil that roar I guess shos n protty nico girl Awestruck wo sink wo fall upon our knees Yon remember tho eld Sho Is thot and yo seas I Yo mountains and je forests mans placo on tho Broaipton piko Tho mountains nnd tho forehts and tho seas Been past it many a tlino Ho owns Have each their riuic ulth our mortal lot considerable land out there doesnt ho In sympathy to sootho ixalt uppuuK About 300 acres Ho traded somo of And man too h s hN music his n noto Of worldwido MMitntKH tender reveries it for town property Dlryis of hviied Missis uuforcot Humph I IIos foolish to do that ncjoleintf pa ens jlorljiu symphonies they have From what I know of that country But nil of taim laik sonathlne keop all tho good farm land I could not Tho volco onco beard In Cdcn And tho car got sorao Pleased ylth rich sound U as when Thats where yoaro lovol headed ono sings too said Mr Walker placing his In a treat court beforo a kluB of kings hand confidentially on tho others Ilo closes und tf upturo born n cheer Lord of Shaken tho lith loof but when tho That laud all through thcro is bound ull to incroaso in value and wo can get a Spcuks thcro Is an o nnd kllenco In tho halt crop thoro when they cant got it any r A O B In Spectator whora olso a pretty gooil fair down thefo this year Tho fairs over at Mllliccnt Ycb I know Ill never forget tho timo I diovo over thcro with Charlie Wo started early You mean Charlio Henderson egg without salt Is that truo I dont know I roally cannot I havo novcr iu my lifo Como now Miss Emma Dilu- Eaten nn egg without suit The houso of tho lato Charlos OCou or nt Nantucket should possess espo cial interest for women on nccouut of Its bolng without closets Tho architect was a young rolativo of Mr OConor and tho houso was finished boforo oJber man noticed tho deficiency said tho littlo man ns ho I do nud I nm going to yank you clean out of this car Ho grabbed tho big man by tho collar and proceeded to drag him off tho Boat but was interrupted by tho woman who grabbed him by thn hair Hold out cried tho littlo man That what Im doing said tho woman Cut I mean let upon this What do yon mean by attacking mo e Kaid tho female I didnt nsk yon to get mo n feat Besides I want you to know that man you havo hold of is my husband Tho littlo mnn lot go of tho big man Tho Chaos of Gootl Orilcr nud tho woman let go her hold on tho hair nnd order was restored but tho Wife Dear mo yon can never find a littlo mnn wns quiet until ho reached thing without asking mo whero it is tho end of his route when ho loft tho How dirt yuu get along befcro you wero car when ho wns heard to mutter married And such is lifol Husband TJiings staid whero thoy Pecks Sun wero put then New York Weokly Well Â¬ braced himself Look-n-her- Do Trees Ilrqnlre Sleep In tho larger cities whera shado troos aro few and scattering electric lights Ecom to havo no visiblo effect upon their foliago In tho towns nud villages however mnny of wllich hnvo their elco trio light systems tho offect is very no ticcablo tho leaves appearing ns though thoy hnd been subjected to tho blight ing breath of n harmattau Tho question was recently discussed nt a moeting of tho eastern nboricnlturists tho conclusion being that trees need darkness in order that thoy may sleep and that be ing continunlly kept nwuko and active thoy havo been worn out nnd mado promnturoly old by tho notion of tho light That this is probably tho correct solution of tho mystery of tho drooping loaves may bo judged from tho fact that similar trcos iu tho neighborhood of thoso nffectcd though noi exposed to tho illumination still retain their color nud seem bright nud strong St Louis Republic Â¬ Â¬ lar bill but perhaps tho most curious commodity that was over passed about over tho green cloth occurred tho other night among n party of nowspaper men Homelxxly suggested tho evening hours would pass moro quickly if all hands indulged in tho national game Every ono was willing but whon an no count of stock was taken It was discov- Â¬ ered that thcro was only about 1C0 in tho crowd nnd every ono objected to playing for wind After n littlo dis cussiou somo ono had an idea which ho put in theso words Lots appoint n committeoof two ns judges then for nn hour let us each sit down nnd write short stuff for tho Sunday paper Every Â¬ thing that tho commlttco agrees upon as being good enough to bo printed shall bo nccoptcd as cash and can bo paid in ns equivalent for n stack of chips This idea met with instant favor and for nu hour or moro nothing could bo hoard iu that room but silence At tho end of that timo each ono produced his quota of alleged interesting Btories nud tho commlttco to which it wns submit ted rending it nil with a lenient eye passed nearly tho wholo lot Then tho gamo began and furnished tho curious spectaclo of men opening jackpots for n quarter of n column nnd nnteing with n stick with n fixed limit of n column including tho head Now York Herald Â¬ KEY M It WEXL8 HVA GLADLY RECOMMENDED WBCL KNOWN EDITOR Iter H It Weill of the Alabama Christian Adrocate Jllrnilncham Ala aajii Dr Ktns i Itnjral Urrnietuer haa beta In our fauillr la tlnc IU dlecorerr and THERE TO ABIDE Ereiont Inherited durlnpr onr natural life or It retention of tlrtus Our daughter haa been re Â¬ NEURALGIA I RHEUMATISM by its uie after the failure of all etbei aaoaa medical and climatic remedlei USE IT CONSTANTLY AS A for the prarentlon of neuralgia andairreu yroitratlon It eerrei TONIO EVOLUTION OF NIAGARA Tho Your Family should bo medicine provided with tho well known emergency The Enlltnaten ns to the Ago of tho World Famous Cataract Professor W Spencer says tho first conjecture us to tho ago of Niagara falls was mado by Androw Ellicott in 1700 Ellicott believed tho falls to bo C5000 years old About 1841 Lylo estimated tho ago of tho falls as 115000 years All of theso enrly estimates wero purely conÂ¬ Â¬ only abouf four oue huudredths of an inch a yea aerngo growth in whito oak is Thousands of Women Buffer untold mlierltt from a tenet of dell- cacy thar cannot overcome Hall IJclitiilnc Tho occurrenco of what is known ns ball lightning is eo raro that ovory Instance of it is of somo iutcrest Tho London Lancet describes a narrow es cape from death by this form of lightning which was experienced by a distinguished surgeon of Louvaln who hnd LauisvIMeHadinsburg Western gono to visit a patient in n neighboring town Ho wns overtaken by n thunder No 3 TIME TABLE storm nud what ho described ns a ball of flro descended upon nnd rcudored him TAKING EFFECT JULY 29 1891 for somo timo unconscious WetttlnundTraint Eait Bound Trains On coming to himself ho found that Dally Daily Dally Dally tho cloth of tho umbrolla which ho had ex bun ex Bun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun No 5 Nol No 8 No t boen holding was completely burued off 11 00am Uv Irrlneton Ar 9 30am its steel framework tho metal being 11 40 Garfield 20 Harried 8 00 llfViam twisted Into overy shapo Ho attributes 1212 Hardlniburg 7 40 his safety to tho circumstanco that tho 12 48 Kirk 710 umbrolla had n wooden hnudlo Had it 100 Jollv 700 Glcndeane 6 40 118 been of metal ho must hnvo boen instan Demnater 6 30 123 taneously killed Chambers Jouiual 145 arPallallouKhlv 610 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and brace against nerroue agitation t aa lad to commend It Oermetuar li not anauieous compound but apleaiaot retaining and delightful drink containing no alcohol or opium In any form and ll harmleaa altrare for old and young Bold by Drugglite 1100 6 for IS 00 King Royal dernetuer Co Atlanta da ll I Â¬ Drawlnc It llne 2 20 2 32 2 44 Id AVERS CHERRY PECTORAL The best remedy for nil diseases of tho Threat nnd Lungs Prompt to net PLAYING THE BUNKO AN SHOWING HOW EASILY THE GAME CAN BE WORKED EXAMPLE thing A man thats got a good farm down in that country is fixed Youro right Youro right I wish you could got down in that country and soo it this year I told Sylvester Smith tho samo Sure to Cure jecture but thoy wero correct in assum ing that tho gorgo had been oxcavntcd by tho river lrofcsor Spencer in outlining tho progreFs of tho falls soys that a littlo stream draining tho Erio basin onco fell about 200 feet abovo tho brow of tho Niagara escarpment This stream was not over one fourth tho vol ume of tho recent cataract and conse quently excavated tho gorgo nt a much slower rato than nt present During tho early history of tho rivor tho waters of tho threo upper lakes emptied through tho Huron basin by way of tho Ottawa river Tho height of tho falls has increased several times Tho first opisode represented by a small river falling 200 feet lasted about 11 000 years Then tho heicht of tho falls Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Owner of Iinco Horse looking closely nt scales Jiflkins you nro a trlflo over woight Cant you lighten yourself a Atkint Oaks 2M 330pm ArKordivillelv Hock vale Huth 5 37 fi 26 518 5 00 4 45am BRADFIELDS Female Regulator It caueei health Drirouslnrta action all lier organi littlo linlthr TifTkins lightest suit sir Aint ett n bito today nnd nvo just trimmed my finger nails Owner Well go nnd got shaved Loudon Quivor tho jockey Got on my nELICftTE vail WOMEN unrrinefromLEUCORRHEAorWHITES ACTS RS R SPECIFIC to bloom and Joy to reign throughout tho frame Dr LeRoys hud immediate relief and permanent cure by usnij It Never Fails to Cure I Mv wlfa hai been under treatment of leadlnK phTlclena tbreo years without bene- III Alter uihk uiiro uuinc ui iimuiinu Iemale IteRUlator the can do her own cookluif mllkltitfanil washing NB lilt van Uendenon Ala nlUDFIEU TtCGUiaTOR CO Atlanta Oa Held br dmi aUte at ilOO prr betlle Sir John Lubbock is authority for the statement that a single bco with all its industry energy and innumerable jour uoys will not collect moro thau a single tcaspoouful of honey during a season Irish potatoes in n storo with a collar under thorn will stand n temperature of 10 degrees and without a cellar a zero temporaturo will not hurt them nu mn treat yourself ut hum No Pliynlcian The Vafrn irecwarjr Nopmn No incomrnirnrr ire applied Incullv diMiUinir and distributing directly We cunrantee an absolute jpon the a Hinted part he full treatment coosisti of mr hi trtry hree formulas A II and C Forinulu A for rt eaieo KvrtnulM II fur murr neverc r acw Formula C fur Trrywvrre of mmg Mtan4laa Price JEaoh 1300 Per Box or 3 Boxca for IS XX Uterine Wafers ent 1 Correspondence solicited Kefrrence furnished H E ROYAL CHEMICAL CO 103 BROADWAY CINCINNATI O Mr Hparki of Chlcaco Introduces Himself to Sir Walker of HIiiBlinnivllle nnd They 11m o a 1rlcmlly Chat leraona and Mat- Â¬ ters or Mutual Interest It kc c clean looking old man over thereon tho netteo Well thats Mr Walker from Bingliamvlllo I heard a man call him by uamo and inquiro about all tho folks down at Biughamvillo I dont know whether Binglianivillo is in this state or Kentucky or Toxas Dont boliovo I over heard of it beforo but I can go ovor thcro and mako him think I know tho town liko a book That doesnt eignify that hos green or that Im particularly clever but its a fast novor thelcss What if ho begini to ask you quos tious Ill got out tho best way I can New you go mul sit in that chair just beyond tho big fottco nud ydu van henr tho conversation All right IJJl do it but youll got yourself into trouble Do you think bo Ill Bimply sit down bejido him and woll havo a nico chat about old times I beg your pardon lut icnt this Mr Walker Thats my nemo but yonvogot tho best of mo I thought I couldnt bo mjbtnkcn Wyjmmo is Sparks I livo hero in Clii cajjK Its boen a good mauy yearssinco I was at Biiighamvillo I oxpect you would hardly know tho place Wovo mado a groat many chauges in tho last two years Wovo just built a now Bchoolhouso You needed one suro enough What did they do with tho old ono Toro it down It wasnt any ac Â¬ count You rocolloot tho hay barn that stood a littlo ways oast from tho old Well that burned this Bchoolhouso summer You dont say bo Lots see who owned that r Old man Martin Ilo balod a lot of hay in that place Thats so I rouioniber now The lost tinro I was in Biiighamvilla I stop Â¬ ped ovor a couplo cf days with tho Smith Sylvostcr Smith that owned tho gen ffcrl storo Yes Ilo was a ulco man1 IIos all right if you know him Kind o qudcr at times 1 noticed that Howovcr I always got along well enough with him Ho hnd a nice fapjUy Indeod ho 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pripertr tJwuld Wat ike ltunleiM of government la the Mine mo It U a school house within itself aad a years reading of THE CONiWTU a liberal education to any one It Wiie eW ad FRIEND AND COMPANION to tk iMeUa I 111- UIWItMUett tiU l tlll m vmmij auuguv pj w uqmirnu ouuuuiw VdUHtlH Df UNMMWefi MMl K jHNila f intrutioa for vry Member of tbe WtuekOd - hin wiv - - jjHBffipiwMpwwwJ in wr irjw IwWyjr -- 3f S7 nsraaLawaA1 - Mfi SREoKmriftiDa mri ruinmi Th - jgriP5slp3W Mmws wc5 ijgMiMK JW oeYknas thl ha thought he saw tho face still hen ho tilteml a horriblo oath B D i str tic iiiiiiiimiTi i irrnwwMaaiXs3ijawiHM i mm Will admit mo or na Mr Dyo did not look at Maxey whon lio nddresscd him In truth ho did not seem to htvvo energy or spirit cnoush left to raise Ids head and ho certainly did not appear at nil anxious to bo in vited into thn room Â¬ It remains for you to ay whether well in mind I havo forgotten nothing you fc tSG5L n In i A 1f WOrla Pro1 The Judgement on Hoods nouncod by Squire Fogg tfSJF- l Tho growing couviction that this mm i g5CTMliiicfiiFuicwMceifWliiull Ipl Hlfi i Tut fwwr imnEtrt o corrAcrfrtAitst rrMtdKN MibS fstu AsiwriON J would tako you to call on 0T t Tho somber man raised a look of mild a Inquiry to tho artists face said sim ridiculous How nervously ply As you will and passed into tho Mrs Maxey ngain laughed Tiouso in a quiet street She followed parlor Dr Lamars steady gaze had con him tip tho stairs to tho second story Maxey closed and locked tho door and There in a cheerful room seated in fused her Her glanco was averted Her an easy chair her feet upon an otto Â¬ wholo appearance indicated that this turned on two of tho gas jets Then ho noticed that Mr Dyo was man reading a novel was tho pretty persistent questioning was cxtremoly trembling It was a chilly evening and girl whom Miss Maxey had first seen in distasteful to her Mado a Docldod Changs Maxey and his sister naturally attrib Â¬ it occurred to him that tho threadbare tho carriage with Mrs Forsythotho aftfor the better When I began taking the first uted all this wholly to her natural shy coat could not bo very worm ernoon sho had followed tho somber Dye You are cold man ho said Draw bottle my weight was 127 pounds the lightest chirped tho lawyer when ness Well since manhood ly the time the second bottle up hero by tho fire What are you up to now Eustaco they were in the carrlago onco more Ho placed a chair as ho spoko in front Somo new metaphyslaughed Maxey yes or no Do you know her Mr Dyo bowed Sho is tho samo girl whom I saw on ical theory I suppose Havent you dono of tho open grate gravoly experimenting on my wife yet the bed in Mrs Forsytho s room had been used my weight was 1C5 pounds I Sir 1 thank yon Whatever his theory was or howovcr owe all this to Hoods Sarsaparllla and I gladly Tho old gentleman tumed his head Ho had only looked at Maxey himself recommend It to all sufferers T M loao for tho evident purposo of concealing great his desire for experiment Dr La mar kept it to himsolf Ho voluntarily Ho sat down with his back to tho picture Justice of the Teace Sharpsburg Kentucky tho telltalo expression of hia face Shall I drivo you to yprx door Miss changed tho subject by reminding them and began at onco to wann his hands Hoods Pills euro liver tits constipation over tho cads He did not wait for tho biliousness Jaundice sick headache Indigestion Maxey No I will set you down at tho that Miss Maxey had promised to sing artist to question him but immediately They went into tho back room to gath head of tho street then It will bo safer er around tho piano leaving tho portrait with his most oratorical air began perhaps Dont thank me Miss Maxey Sir 1 fail to understand you Sir you are doubtless exceedingly Tho obligation is overwhelmingly on under tho full glare of tho gaslight No Supposo that I wero to toll yov Later in tho evening tho door softly surprised and may I venture to add my side Rest assured that yon shall that I know who sent you hero hear from mo mora to tho point beforo opened and Lamar camo in Ho wanted not Inconsiderably annoyed by my reapTho words had a marked effect on Mr to seo this strango picture alono and un- Â¬ pearance iu this house When I went many days havo passed Dyo lie instantly completed that which disturbed Ho stood back looking at it away from hero sir you adjured me A week later Mins Maxey recoived In that steady light tho ghostliko faco upon pain of personal injury nover ex- Â¬ tho former question had caused him to this letter cept upon certain conditions to appear begin and turned wholly about iu his seemed to float as through a misty space Yours of the twen MvDkahMimMaxkv tieth rccclw l I liiuo urefull examined the in your presence again But at tho risk chair facing tho artist with nn ashy niemorandii of tho itentH In Ilnllnvolne place of that personal injury I have onco more countenance As ho did so his eye fell wMch on loft for mo ctcrday afternoon Upon a upon tho picture and for tho last timo come a1 1 am sorry to wiy I do not see my way at Maxey noticed his sudden silence former occasion I might havo feared all clear In this matter I am afraid elmo before us a cry serious lark So far as the you but strango nud paradoxical as it though ho imperfectly understood thu tileenson cao It coiiteriud I do not think I may seem now that I am much weaker causa shall have it reat deal of difficulty with your Mr Dyo sat iu his chair without mo- Â¬ and less capable of self defenso I no aid lo lirevtnt It being brought Into court tion his faded eyes wide open looking Hut there It drops As for ilc arlng up the longer dread tho violence of your re in story of the Mli mud the morq I examine intently at tho portrait on tho easel sentment Into It the lesi Millsfuitnry the theory that I There would havo been complete siWell said Maxoy impatiently as ho broached to iiiMiint to me I can tee no nay lence in tho room but for tho ticking of paused havo you como hero to chal out of this lab rl t It except by tho most vio-Â¬ lent and extrtme lmawris Tho failure of tho lcngo mo If not pi caso come to tho tho clock on tho mantel tho escape of one jierson v ho If my tluor were correct tho burning gas tho distant sound of point uould profit Ijj tho removal of the victim of voices in tho rear chamber Sir you must pardon mo but I canthat dastardly affair to not up tho claim wlilrli Then Mr Dyo arose steadying hinr not bo abrupt Beforo I como to tho he could to cnslly render allil Is the great and insurmountal lo sttinililini block Can wo ar point I want to prepare yon for what I self on tho chair back with his shaking Ml rest Mr Hlecn on and Mrs Kor am going to say by recalling perhaps hand arose and turning his eyes on s tho on an buch flimsy oildence of conspiracy Maxoy held ont his free arm in a ques unuocessarily a fact to your mind Sir in e pofweds Most certainly not tuoiiKli wo as ou might possibly fHkMen them effectual I told you on a former occasion that I tioning way toward tho easel I who know more of the For suggested Hut What is tho matter Aro you ill I was n contemptiblo rascal Soaring that sytho case thun ou do tell you frankly that I iu mind my business hero tonight will dont understand you Tltot is a pi ct tiro seriously doubt hcthtr any ono of those three not very much surpriso you Lost to my wifo sketched The jhotiUhc face seemed lo flout persons Is directly concerned In the matter that Interests ou and It Is entirely possible A terrible trembling camo upon ov- honor and self respect and to every sen- Â¬ What was it that made it so remark that It Is absolutely unkuou u to them There Â¬ able For it was a remarkablo face Tho timent which makes a man a man you cry poition of tho somber mans frame fore I write this letter to caution ou to bo su- Â¬ perlatively discreet and careful not to say a features wero stern and grim fixed and will not bo astonished when I toll you Ho cried out in a hoarso voice word to an body which might betray our sus- Â¬ full of hard lines Tho Jows faco Tho Jews faco It was not that It what I havo como to tell If when I have picions In this matter Our only wuy Is to wait was tho faco of a man of strong characThere was a rush liko tho breath of told it you wish to throw mo to tho patiently and watch closely Hut I want to say street and break every bono in my unseen wings from over tho darkened ter It was tho embodiment of relentless to you as I said to ou before that there Is one river Tho ghostly hand rapped at the ness and determination It was not that worthless body I shall not resist you person who without a doubt holds the key whole oftliealsler-ln-- mystery In her hands I mean It spoko volumes for tho mental strength Iu fact I could not if I would I am too window and Mr Dyo fell down upon I do not know enough our iw l tho floor weak Observe for instance that about the medical part of the caso to know but nover a word for tenderness or venHo extended toward Maxey ono of his whether I do not murmur against the Inevita- Â¬ eration It was an utterly unscrupulous CHAPTER XIX ble but It does stem as If all that stood be face It was not that Tho eyes glared lean and sallow hands It shook liko a tween us and u most vivid ray of light Is her Tho lips parted as if tho breath THE LION AM TUB CUB canio leaf lack of memory of events during her sickness Maxeys first impulse was to call as- Â¬ too quickly for tho nostrils alone That is tho effect of tho whisky As In your house Ij It not possible tostirnulato sistance but tho discovery that Mr Dyo Ah that was it Tho expression No long ns money remains to mo to pur her recollection of that night when tho strange assault on ourself occurred so that wo may man over sat for his portrait with his chaso oblivion I do not euro for luck or had not wholly lost consciousness dotcr at least know who was In the room At any features cast in a mold such as this red him By tho aid of wine which ho tho dovil 1 am ono of thoso uncongenrate It would do no harm to try Question her was able to procure without exciting cautiously but carefully I will write again This mado tho novelty and tho strange Â¬ ial solitary individuals who rctiro with In a few das Your very obedient fcervant ness It was such a look as tho human a jug into rn obscure place lock the any suspicion as to tho uso ho would FUKDEUICK llOItVSTElN mako of it ha succeeded in resuscitating faco sometimes in great emergencies in door mid hido tho key from myself AftAlas sighed Miss Maxey Alas a timo of high pulso and excitement er I have become a maniac a fool and the stricken man After swallowing tho ho asks for tho impossible wears for a llecting instant Nowhere an iuanimato bruto by turns I emerge contents of several glasses Mr Dyo was ablo to sit or rather to recline upon tho outsido u madhouso could it becomo fix again into tho light more emaciated CHAPTER XVIIL more broken down ono step nearer tho sofa and to speak His first dread was ed and changeless TUB IltTUIlE Yes that wivs it iudeod Tho perpet much to bo debired rest that comes at of the portrait His first utterance was Turn tho Accursed tiling away from Excollcnt excellent was Maxoys uation of tho expression of a moment tho end for ns all A cheerful life sir mol admiring cry liko tho work of instantaneous photog Â¬ is it not Maxoy moved tho easel but oven then Dr Lamar adjusted his eyeglass to raphy with all tho latent power and Ho turned his faded bluo eyes with havo a better look at it Tho chandelier Bcnso of breathlessuess that such a fact tho bloodshot comers toward tho star Â¬ the faded oyes would occasionally wan dor in that direction with a look of un Â¬ blazed at its fullest in tho frout parlor tled artist who vouchsafed him no reinvolves easy suspicion as if ho more than half Tho picture was placed on an easel in Tho brows were contracted into a ply and continued tho projecting window space and all deep bcowl Tho thin lips seemed al Â¬ Sir yon are saying to yourself Ii mistrusted that it was ablo to turn back upon him of its own volition four stood back a littlo way to behold most to quiver and with its staring this man seeking to excito my sympathy Tho somber Dyo was utterly crushed it Miss Maxeys arm was about An eyes and changeless look in tho glare of or what Is his object What possiblo ncttos waist and sho expressed tho sen- tho gaslight this fearful countenance interest does ho think I can havo in his Tho theatrical air and oratorical flour- Â¬ ishes which even in his most oarncst timent tho work had awakened in her seemed to Iloat on through space growsomo narrative Very little sir inby an occasional admiring squeeze Tho sound of musio came from tho dued Only it will afford somo excuse moments ho had nover wholly forgotten Maxey was simply radiant Dr Lamar other room Miss Maxoy was singing for mo pcihnps for tho performance of hud vanished but tho despair in his was impressed but puzzlod Mrs Maxey tho Avo Maria tfto most heartless and dospicablo act of faco was deeper than over Ho asked Maxey to draw tho center appeared both pleased and frightened Dr Lamar felt himself safo from in- my wholo accursed existence by tho warmth of tho reception of her terruption Mr Dyo tittered tho last words sav Â¬ table on which had been placed tho do An odd fancy suggested canter of wine closer to him that ho latest attempt perhaps by tho jcculiar character of tho agely and vehemently His spoech in It was a life sizo sketch in crayou of a subject camo to him Ho reached up deed sounded so much liko tho mutter- - might reach it without assistance Fre Â¬ strong and characteristic face some and turned off tho gas jets ono by one iugs of a broken intellect that Maxey quently a nervous tremor would shako his wholo frame and then ho would what shadowy and ghostliko in its ef till but a slnglo light remained Ho re- involuntarily drew back a paco or two fect but bo bold and striking in concepduced this until it was tho feoblest Mr Dyo did not heed him Ho went seize tho glass and swallow n mouthful with tho dosperato energy of n man who tion nud execution that it commanded spark and stepped back to seo tho effect on and held tho attention There was a flro in tho open grata You behold iu mo Mr Maxey a was fighting his last fight Moanwhilo ho talked rapidly fiercely liko one La a I dont know so much about tho Tho light of tho coals flickered and fell man who bolioves in a romorselcss destechnique of art as I ought commentand tho room was full of shadows But tiny a dehtiuy which may bo as obnox Â¬ delirium Why do you havo that hero Why ed Dr Lamnr but it strikes mo that tho faco Truly tho lip quivers And ious to tho victim as a bed of torture was it uecessary for you to scare me to you havo handled your subject remark tho eyes Did thoy not movo Tho as plain beforo him as tho noonday sun nbly well Mrs Maxey Notwithstand Â¬ scowl Does it not deepen Surely this and which still ho cannot escape Ho death You certainly could suspect noth ing tho curious vaguo and misty atmos- cannot bo water through which it looks sees tho littlo steps which lead to thu ing You told mo that sho drow that phere which you havo managed to throw But n moment ago it was space Now great cud in tho distance presenting face I should havo seen through the ubout it tho picture impresses you as a it seems as if tho tido wero flowing themselves ono after tho other beforo humor of that joke Ha ha ha Bright reality tho steady and relentless tide and as him and ho knows that if ho fails to of you wasnt it You are so much Thats it exactly exclairued Maxey it flows its ceaseless motion causes tho tako any ono of them tho whole cud craftier than you look sir But you That is just the soul of truo art It is soft flesh to trcmblo Tho oyes seem to would bo changed but still ho never werent crafty enough to detect me in a recreation of nature I claim that this grow hollow to fade away leaving un fails to tako them Sir that is my lifo playing n part tho first day I camo here is a masterpiece I shall tako it to tho tenanted cavities and as this happens my religion if you will And so I Say you never would havo believed that studio tomorrow and hang it up in a tho quivering lips break into u mocking am here impelled by tho samo iuexora I had been iu this houso before would conspicuous place leer A fierce breath from tho unseen bio fato which has pursued mo from the you Didnt I do my part well Ask Mrs Maxey started river rises to rap with a hollow rattlo at first and which will pnrsuo mo to tho Belfry if I showed tho loast tremor Jf Oh no Dont do that please I faltered in my step when I saw the tho windows Tho sound breaks tho close to bring a shame and an unhap houso into which ho was taking mo I Why not I should liko to know spell pincss into tho midst of joy Because I would rather you did Horrified at his own hensatious La Well sir what is it I am quite am strong but Icaiiuot bear everything But tho picture You bought it of coursol not mar turned and hurried from tho room prepared by this timo for anything Mr Dr Lamar turned from a contempla When Dr Lamar rejoined tho party Dye I do not fear anything you can Of courso you bought it I Why did ho havojhis faco drawn like that Its tho tion of tho picture to a wondering scru Â¬ in tho noxt room ho found Mrs Maxoy say tiny of tho young wifoH features There in tears Sir you aro too coiifldeut of that expression I am talking about Tho eyes was an unmistakable scarce look in her Did you iiotico how affected sho When I last camo you askoil me for tho eyes There There it is around face was Ellen asked him in nn undertone proofs of tho Bhameful story that I told again looking at mo Turn it about I tell you turn it about Why yon silly littlo goosol ox By what you then I havo brought them I havo turned it about It is not claimed Maxey with ft laugh By tho singing of SchubcrtH Avo What There was utter silence and then are you afraid of Maria Dont you remomber it was Maxoy advanced a stop and said in a looking at you said Maxoy nervously Oil Im not afraid I Only I would tho song that made her fuint in tho old quiot voice rather not havo this picture put up in a days I havo never sung it since Soino Well sir I am waiting for you publio place It is better to wait until how I thought of it tonight und immo Mr Dyo did not look up Ho put his I havo dono bouiething more worthy dlatoly wo found her crying And it trombling haud solemnly intoiha breast Nonsense said Muxey This is ono seems it was something her mother of tho threadbare coat and drew forth a of your attacks of modesty You will used tosiug littlo packago of paper Maxoy took it Ah I Dr Bently was right then It and saw that it consisted of two docu think better of it in tho morning And tliis is nolKxiyH face ques Â¬ was a reminiscence ments of u legal aspect which were tioned Lamar gravely His eyes wero There was a knock at tho door Max variously superscribed Affidavit of still fixed ou thu young wifes features oy answered it Ho closed tho eutrauco Mary Stephenson and Affidavit of w fJMKKFVwiXlmEmA to tho rear chamber after him and turn Â¬ Georgo Stophuiison A fancy rketch simply rotumod fsHssssHsV T ssssssssssssssssssssssflril Maxey That is why I think so highly ed up tho gas in tho vestibulo beforo ho Maxey compressed Ids lips and looked opened it to hia visitor of it I cull it rcuuuLable no further Ho was Boizetl with a suddeu trem- Â¬ It is remarkable agreed Lamar Ah inurmnreel th wretched Dye bling at tho knees when ho saw who that If yoa only knew what I havo pur Â¬ Where did yon get tho idea Mrs Maxey visitor was Paler ghastlier more fu Â¬ chased by placing these accursed papers Tho scared look on herfucodoepnedt nereal than over thu melancholy Dye bat she forced nit uneasy laugh and re Â¬ wliow woebegone hat mul threadbare Iu your hand you would not think of plied teat exhibited a still damper rtmda of me hereafter with so inueh blttemens VWsSsssssssssslir t devolution stood upon th threshold said Maxey suddenly Mr Dye What u question How doM any You again body get an original idM1 the time to drop thU mask of yours is fully ripe Sir ngHlu TM tyw the etc Thtrel Pure originality In a delusion uld Nm plilUwpJki physician The somber tuaa half turned In bis In spit of all tkftt I told you Mr Dye glared so at the back of the Wewld Sir I liava boro ywr iiwtrotioui trsoa the most Urt ling iiiHoytiow if that that oouM be uudoobt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Never mind that Yon will know her if you havo oceu her beforo if not not Will yon go I will go Tho lawyer stepped into tho adjoining room nnil bk1vi to an ofllco boy In 10 minutes n carriage was at tho door Miss Maxey was driven by tho gray haired old gcutleninu to n rcsuectabln Â¬ Btovcnsou for thu purposo of seeing whether you can Identify her But who is Miss Stevenson wo had tho means at hand But in this caso yon mast bo nblo to tell when you first saw this faco which you havo put upon tho canvas Did you sit down to JL iy sketch with any definito idea in mind or did it eomo to you as you were draw ing it Oil tho faco was in my mind beforo I thought of sketching it When did you first becomo aware of its being in your mind Â¬ night was not tho prinio mover but only tho instrument in tho hands of n more powerful crHouago who kept himself al ways in tho background leaied to a most mature etago in tho artists mind Admityoul ho exclaimed suppress ing tho tendency to loudness in his tones for fear of reaching tho cars ill tho adjoining chamber That I shall do most certainly sinco you havo come Walk in Mr Dye and stato your busi ness nud let us seo if wo cannot como to something approaching a mutual un derstanding That is a point which wo The testimonial comes from T M havo too long been dodging about Mr Fogs following Is Dye and I havo a very distinct idea that tuoky Esq who well known throughout Ken m court and the pence it would bo well for us to reach it to- - or Bath countyJustice wordsJustice ofInroko the should Ills Â¬ Â¬ flinsLiPKsj Â¬ Â¬ confidence ot all who read his letters I Hood Co Lowell Masst I will say for Hoods Sarsaparllli I believe It to be the best medicine In the world Id the winter of 02 1 had a bad case of the grip which left my system In very bad shape I tried evety thlngl could find and got no relief In the fall ot the same year I bought a bottle ot Hoods Barsaparllla The first dose I took Vt You cant torrlfy crieu out ilcflautry mo Not now not now I fonr tho liv ing not thu dead not the dead There burst from his lips n long pol of hysterical laughter It was mnro than Maxny could bear Ho went ont for Dr Lamar and when ho had returned with him locked tho 3oor to prevent his vifo and sister from following Lamar examiicd tho shaking cowering wreck upon tho sofa and Maxoy Impatient of delay in his decision quo ried nervously Whats tho matter with him I should say hod been drinking too much Is that all I thought it dolirium tremens There is not n great deal of differt ence said Lamar after listening to somo of Dyos vehement utterances AND Ho is crazy Wo must got him away from hero nt once Nol cried Maxoy hoshall notgo not if you say ho is possessed of a thousand devils Ho shall not go alive unless ho has told tho truth and all tho Â¬ oiiijuuf 31 I X HE A ONE YEAR Breckenridge GOOD WATCH iil 4 v S Jews on tlia 4 HoodsCures Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Ic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho head of a factory employing Wo reckon that a disagreeable day yields about 10 per cent less work than a delightful day and wu havo thus to count this as n factor in our profit and loss account Ac Â¬ cidents aro more numerous in factories on bad days A railroad man nover proposes changes to his superior if tho weather is not propitious Fair days inako men acccssiblo and generous and open to con Â¬ sider new problems favorably Somo say that opinions reached in best weather states aro safest to invest on Other fnctn aro mentioned iu tho psychical nud physiological relations as Weather often affects logio and many mens most syllogistic conclusions aro varied by heat and cold The kneo jerk seems proved to havo another factor It is not strange if tho eye which wants tho normal stimulus in long dark weather Cannes other changes Temperament is a fundamental factor faco in scnaitivcuoFS to atmospheric changes Wiry Becauso sho nover saw tho that typo of it called tho mental being Jow Ho was a crafty man Ho ruled tho more intensely affected whilo the her destiuy but ho nover showed himself bilious typo may exhibit by comparison nover but once and then Thowino tho mora capricious or morbid impres Â¬ Givo mo tho wino Why will you keep sions says Tho Phrenological Journal that accursed thing in tho room Tako Tho mental iiiauifcstatlpus as a rulo it out I say Tako it out of my sight however depcud upon tho organism Dr Lamar promptly removed tho primarily If tho culture is good that easel and Mr Dyo seemed to breatho is tho faculties havo been trained to easier Maxoy asked another question co ordiuato harmonious action and tho Tho Jew tho lion ruled her desti- Â¬ elements that contribute torercnity and ny What was his name self control have been well dovoloped Mr Dyo bent closo down and answer weather conditions will but opcrato ed in a whisper liko other parts of the environment and His name was Felix RoscnfeL and I solf trainiug will show adaptation self killed him repression Maxey shrank back The nervous excitable irascible It startles you does it wont on pcrson is ho who has not teamed to contho wretched Dye you draw trol feoling and expression and it is ho It makes away from mo You did not know tho who finds fault with his surrouudiugs Jow or jou would feci more liko hum and imputes uncanny conduct to them bling yoursolf before mo Ah a man can That there nro functional states of tho bo crushed and ground and trampled body that predispose ono to mental de underfoot mid despised and spat upon pression or exhilaration we aro ready to and then tho timo may como whon even admit A torpid liver a chronio catho cur will turn and rend tho lioul tarrh a rhoumntiu joint and even an Say my flno fellow ho turned toward old corn may render one susceptiblo to Lamar youre a good judge Isnt weather changes the physical ailment that so producing n ncrvo reaction that is keenUndoubtedly said Lamar encourly felt at tho spiral centers and may test agingly Undoubtedly that is very tho spirit Mind however is superior true Ho spat upon you and you killed to matter or rather constituted for suhim Very good Ho had been grinding periority Fairly organized carefully you under his feet for a very long while developed nud trained it will exhibit Gentlemen this will be a privato that superiority by Its poso and calm affair between us strictly private Wo ness in circumstances that aro disagree will roviow this caso together and wo ablo or painful to the physical sense shall judgo together whether I did well IClUol and the Cjr There shall bo no judge no jury no It is said that after tho first incenhangmans rope about this will there diary articles of Tolstoi tho czar sent cap for him und advised him to desist Decidedly not yourniajosty js Na Well put it down first that a edWill havo said doffTolstoian report- Â¬ to for instant very long timo ago I was a merchants clerk and Folix Roscnfol was that mer Â¬ your imperial mantlo and judge my chants privato secretary Got that works as a mere man If a slnglo word down Well I stolo monoy and he of my writings offend your majestys human sense I will cut off my right found it out That was tho beginning hand Alexander III became vory But it was not tho end no not tho end Mr Dyo talked in a rapid feverish thoughtful did not reply and affably dismissed tho greatest living apostlo of manner and clutched the sloovo of Max eys coat His faded eyes had so much the social Christian idea Now York tho appcaronco of u maniacs that tho Journal Tit 13lluu unit tho Walrus artist could not holp an involuntary To tho E kimo tho walrus is tho samo shrinking Thfl wretchs manner was variable all in all that the buffalo was to tho InA fierce outbreak was succeeded by a dian that tho camel is to tho Arab Dcriod of comparative calmness After and tho reindeer to thu Korak Its flesh fils last sentence ho suddenly burst out foods him Its tough hfdo covers his Ho boots his sholl Iiko kayak and his big with a peal ot forced laughter pointed to Lamar and Maxoy in turn as clumsy bidarrah aud cut into strips it though thoy wore tho most obvious ob- Â¬ makes his harpoon lpics and dog harness Its oil furnishes him light and flro jects of mirth Its ivory tusks are legal tender for all What n pair of simpletons you are gentlomont Do you expect mo to go on sorts of civilized luxuries such as iron and tell you nil about my affairs with and stool for spoarheads knives aud tho Jow with my dear Felix tho lion even gnus Certain tissues mako good Oh no not at all not at all becoming mackintoshes for Mr aud Mrs Iunuit serious He got mo under his foot and and tha flippor bottoms of tho walrus there ho kept me grinding his heel round mako good solo lcathor for tbr hunter and round and round and never letting also St Nicholas me go Tho more I did the more I must do When ho had woven such n web around mo that he hold my honor my Texas R R Co freedom my life in his hand then ho Louisville St Louis Now Was satisfied bocoming pathetlo gentlemen dont bo unreasonable Dont ask mo to confess Iiqw it was that my lifo got iuto his hands Thats a doad Taking Uffect matter Peoplo gavo up looking for a solution a long timo ago Dont let us At 600 oclclc A U Siindaj Dee 17 B93 roko it up at this late day and harry Wtit Bound TVatnt JCatt Bound 7Vam up pcoplos souls needlessly Besides it fil H 3 Mall doesnt concern any of us Msii a Ksprs Hzprs STATIONS Kiprs Kxpr TO BB CONTINUED Tho truth What does ho know Ho knows everything Ho knows my wifos parentage Ho knows tho secret of that affair ou tho sea road Ho knows this faco that Annette has skotched and if tho power remains in him ho Bhall tell Mr Dye heard and evidently partly comprehended theuo words for ho cried out Right Mr Maxoy right Make him tell Hos a scouudrel Mako him tell Maxey sprang toward him and seized him by tho arm as if ho would drag his secrets from him by physical force Speak out now old man ho said for tho timo for playing with mo is passed I will havo tho truth now You recoguizo tho Jews faco Who is tho Jow What ore your relations with him Tho Jow eh You want to know about tho Jew and my relations with him Relations is a pretty word I will tell you Mr Maxey my relations with him I was a whining cur Ho was a lion Go on quickly whispered Lamar in Maxeys ear Humor him Ho is ripo for a confession Mako him talk whilo ho can Why did you fall down when I told you my wifo had painted tho lions truth I HUMAN WEATHER INDICATORS Cffects of Atmoaplierlo Cliance Tvniperment of Men lmij 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t Loulnlllo Sutdiy Miss Hay brer Is Tilling rtlallrei nt Wcit View Mrs t It Murray went t Loulsrllle yei terday Iltrwcoil Wroe came tip from Chambers rj terdny It N lln leuti Loulnllle nat in Ihe city yotcrday Mrniul Mn last week Dan llenlnn went toLoulsrllle rrofv Ehack tuwn Saturday Mr and ville yeitcrdiy rtt - of llardlnnburg e m In lr Hill Pler went to Louis Â¬ Mrs Joe Porter riilied her old home In Hancock ccunty last week Mlis Mlnnlo Iloyle of Union Star was vis Â¬ iting friends hero last week Scott Vance and Mils went to Louisville Friday Mn Jul s Vance r y Within Her Sphere She Reigns Supreme Her field widens conftanti Every day brightens her prospects Her progress foreshadows the greater triumph at hand Emancipation ard Woman claims her own Â¬ equality will be hers in the years to come Prophetic of final victory were her achievements at the Worlds Fair At her 3hrinc there erected the nations bowed The lesson taught at the Womans Building will last till time shall be no more Their enlightening influence will be felt around the globe throughout the dawning century Only less memorable were thejionors gained at the Fairby SU Mn Emma McCoy of Oliver InJ la visit Â¬ ing htr brother Win Mullen Victor Hoffman and wlfo were the guests of Mr and Mrs Thos Lewis Sunday Miss Alline Murray and Mr Percy Hupjxr went to Louisville Saturday to see Rehan Miss Annie Murphy went to Chicago last week to tltll Ltr Ilictd Mlrs 1tarlllialnatd Tho wisest course in politics Is to vote David Duncan John Warfield and Hal Mur Â¬ for the best man and you cannot be ray attended the races at Louisville last week s mistaken So In tho use of you caut bo mistaken If you take David Duncan Walter Hledel and Charlie May went to Tell City Sunday on their Aycrs Sarsaparilla becauso all parties agreo that it is the best the Superior bikes Try It this month W Short woro tbe guests Medicine Mr and Mrs uf Mr and Mrs LafeUreen Falls of Rough A Proposition To Discuss The Money last week- Question With J H A or Any Mr II P Moorman and family of Glen Owensboro deano are visiting Judge Owen Other Populist Inquirer IlAnDivsnuRO Ky Nov0 1894 Mr J T Robards Jo Busby and Mug Severs EniTon My friend J II A in his last raised up on tbe train Saturday going home article said that ho would leave mo to blood-purifier1 Lost His life Jeff artin who has been at work here nn tho now railroad bridgo for sev Â¬ eral weeks lost his lifo very suddenly lust Saturday evening Ho was standing on a swinging scaflbld pnluting the girders of the bridgo and reached up to set his bucket on top of tho girder so that It would bo out of Ills way in lowering tbe pcaflbld In doing this it Is supposed ho made a mis step lost IiIr htlnm eand fell to tint ground n dlstanco of about forty feet Lifo wan not extinct when he was picked up but ho died in about ten min Â¬ utes thereafter at tho Cloverpoit Hotel whero he was takrn Very little Is known of tho man or of his family Ho has been with the company for Bomo time but ho never told any ono where ho lived only that his noino was In Vir- Â¬ ginia Mr Gould Superintendent of tho Bridge Company came down Sunday morning bought a lot in tho cemetery and provided for his burial Rev Shelly conducted the funeral Sunday afternoon in tho presenco of a largo crowd of both ladles and gentlemen Flowers were strewn on his grave by gentle hands and the prayers of tho sympathetic hearts went up for the absent loved ones of the dead stranger Â¬ PRESTON Mrs Mr Jno Cashtnan A Is seriously ill of Mr typhoid joyer overs saw Barge r has purchased mill J Mrs Caroline limner is convalescent from a recent illness You could got ulong somehow without a Wrap but now that tho Benson is advanced Farmers arc romphttnlng that their Ik at Is slow about coining up Mini Lena Gtilllllaml Is lulling friends in the neighborhood of Flint Island Mr and Mrs Jno Frymlre of Che- nault woro visiting here last Saturday w OUTER GARMENTS Are a necessity Sulzers havo placed on desirable lino in Fall and Winter weights at cheaper prices than thoso which enlo a very to vote Mr and Saturday P Haiwell Jr Frank Ilaswell Rurrel Heard llardinsburg were here John Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder 1 The highest award conferred on thispecrlcssrepara- tion is a fitting accompaniment of the laurels won ie women of America jjU i r ri X Pickled pigs feet nt Illidel Cos Good warm underwear Sulors LAW New stylo hats the latest Sulere ATTORNEY Mrs Tbos Lewis All right allrightlattlio Palace Saloon Mrs II A Oelte went to Holt Saturday to uxuvxiuruuiY All over now come to the Palace Saloon seo the flno boy which arrived last week at ffice viiL I avid R Murray one door aboro Owen Seaton went to Louisville Satur Â¬ Johnnie Ilestont Post office day with twenty head of fine hogs DnIIaven Frank File DoIIiven Ike Why bother with making bread when Boyd Chas Uabbage and P S Miller came Breckenridge News you can got it hot every day at tho City borne to vote yesterday Bakery For a pain in the side or chest there is WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7 1804 Mils Minnie Ogleiby daughter of Mr Goo Quick sales and prompt delivery is my Ogletby Davleis county came up last week nothing so good as a piece of flannel motto It 0 Perkins night and day to attend tbe High S bool dampened with Chamberlains Pain Notice to Subscribers feed Btoro date on the label Indicates the time to The Squire Frank Ditto who has bosn tbe guest Balm and bound on over tho seat of pain I his serves A cup of hot coffee and some dough- Â¬ which your subscription Is paid of his daughter Mrs J D Babbago for sev Â¬ It affords prompt and permaneut relief both as a receipt j expiration notice every week hxamlrc the date printed alter our nuts tuako a good luuch Try It at the eral days returned home Friday and if used in time will often prevent a name on the martin of this paper and see If It is City Bakery cold from resulting In pneumonia This correct If not correct please to let us know If Miss Maggie King and Miss Anna Robin Tho brick plants were again shutdown your time has expired please renew at once same treatment is a euro euro for lamo are visiting Mrs son New Albany Ind Monday on account of coal They ex Â¬ Mary J Miller and Mrs Dr Rafferty back For sale by A It Fisher Clover pect to resume to day LOCAL BEEVITIES Board llar- Â¬ of port Ky and Kincheloo Mrs Klla Dunn and little son Maurloe BornOct 12to tho wife of Frank Lacy dinsburg Ky Hawesvlllc visited their aunts Mn J T Uopkinsville a boy tho first Frank Ooff and Mrs M Walters yesterday Its all over English is his name On top at tbo Palace Saloon In Memory of Eoscow Keller Miss Nellie Beverley who has made quite You need a nice suit it makes you Died at Westport Aug 23 1804 Rosco In St Louis the guest of an extended visit Now pickles at tho City Bakery look better come in and let us fit you son of James L and Alice Keller After friends and relatives returned borne Friday The fruit depot la at Riedel Cos out with one Sulzers Is a lingering illness ho fell asleep In Jesus Mrs Frank Selfert of Evansvllle Ind Ono hunddred and forty two cars of All right all right at tho Palace Saloon visiting Mrs Jake May Mrs Selfert was ho has gono but not forgotten for wo Cos vitrified brick were shipped from this formerly Mils Casile lluih and lived here loved hira oh so well Sweet mixed pickles at Riedel Religious cer Â¬ city to Louisville last month vices were conducted by Rev Watkius when quiet a little girl New drcsa goods the pick of tho seaWill you be ready for old crimp when and his remains were laid to rest in tho son Sulzera ho calls If not reaJy join tho procesWestport cemetery E Moorman Is assistant It sion heaped for Sulzers News of The Churches Dearest HoscVnv thou hast left us at tho shops Does your husband wear clothes If to The protracted meeting announced Leff us for tbe other shore Go to the City Bakery for currants not dont como to us if he does come begin last Sunday in tho Baptist church Hut we soon must lollow after now to day because wo are selling the this city was postponed on account of nice cleaned ones For thou hast only gone before sickness in the families of several mem Â¬ Juit ore he river Meat delivered piomptly from tho Per Â¬ kind your husband wears Sulzers F M Daniol writes to have his paper bers of tho church It will begin tho Whenco no travelers eer return fection Meat Shop changed from Spokane Wash and says 4th Sunday in this month And we hope we all shall meet thee Ideal the latest styles tho newest ho is tired of the suburbs of On that resurrection morn the Artie re- Â¬ Rev Shelly closed a very Interesting value the best Sulzers gion and is going back south for keeps How we watched around thy bedside and successful revival meeting at Holts No flies on the meat at the Perfection I allhful watrhers day and nlt ht G W Coleman of Clifton Mills has Chapel last week There woio thirteen JMeat Shop Stader Hall Jeit while In the hour of absence moved with his family to Stltbton Har- Â¬ conversions and the same number of Thy soul from hence would take Its lllht Hiram Blair brought to town latst week din county to tako charge of a mill at additions to the church Hut there came the hour of parting Â¬ tho first load of new tobacco that place Mr Coleman is a good milWhen our hearts with grid were rung St Martins church at Flaherty Meade Hardinsbtirg sent down a good delega ler As we saw thy life departing on Wednesday And we heard the Jylrg moan Mrs J A Cone has bought Mr A J county will bo dedicated tion to the speaking Saturday November 14th at 0 a m Tho Rt Rev Williams interest in the dry goods store Now the room looks lone and vacant TrPerklns for feed and Hour opposlto Iloscows chair ts empty at Kugsellvjllo and Mr Chas Blakcman Bishop McCloskey of Louisville will Fbort Haynea drug store aasibtsd by many No home la now so sad and lonely will conduct the business in tho future perform tho ceromony Master Mechanic Ferry sent out yes- Â¬ Sidness wreathes our aching brows of tho clergy Owensboro Inquirer terday a handsome train of coaches all i Writton by acousin Miss Ncllio Grant Rev R C Kimble of Ellzabethtown Tho League exercises at the Methodist a newly painted in green and gold church Sunday night wore exceedingly spent last Tuesday and Wednesday at Stephenspont Ky Weather man says coldest winter for interesting and entertaining An inter- this place visiting his slsti r Mrs Suo Knights of the Maccabees years coming Dont stand and shiver His mother Mrs Amelia esting program for next Sunday evening Criswell The State Commander writes us from Get Into n warm bvercoat Sulzers Kimble accompanied him homo and will be found in another column After trying Berlin Germany Nov 7 Sulzers Uncle Tom Sweenoy made tho fol- Â¬ will spend tho winter with his family r Lincoln Neb as follows other medicines for what seemed to bo a I arrived here last night leave tomor- Â¬ lowing tour j esterday to vote Left Vic- Â¬ Grayson Gazutte vory obstinato cough in our two children row look for me shortly Santa Clans toria with two men for Balltown to vote A very remarkablo colored revival has Ninety we tried Dr Kings New Discovery and Every heap bo It round or long or from there to St Marys to bringa man just closed down at Owensboro at the end of two days the cough entirely square needs a cover in our elegant here making in all twenty six miles He three people forty men and fifty three left them We will not bo without It stock you cant fall to find what you remained in town to take tho re Â¬ women were baptized In tho river there bajfc to Victoria but learning tho last Sunday Tho revival was held In hereafter as our experience proves that sults waut f Suhers 1 Tho dog is dead tho Baptist church and conducted by it cures where all other remedies fall Capes and coats they may be a little news he says its h W Stephens State Cora and Rov Signed F Mr Wrn Horacu Nail of Vino Grove Rev Smith of Owensboro expensive but they savo doctor bills Why not glvo this great medicino a trial John G tbo nicest stock in tho city to select son of Mr daughter Nail and Miss LizzieÂ¬ Kennedy of Henderson as it is guaranteed and trial bottles are of Mr Vernon Will Williams from Sulzers A distinguished divine now living in froo at A It Fishers drug store Reg Â¬ iams were married at high noon Wed Â¬ J G Harris Is shipping out a big lot nesday at tho brides homo on Middle Mercer county is Fathor Bruuer aged ular size 50c aud 1 00 The ceremony waa performed eighty eight who has baptised 11000 qf gravel from his pit at Spottsvlllo Creek by Itev Kurdoik in the prtsoncp of a A Methodist Divine Married This is the best gravel in tho world for number of friends ElizabothtownNews people by Immersion married 2500 At Hanson Ky Wednesday at 1030 couples and never accepted a salary from street purposes Wo sent out tho first of tho month a a nt Bro U G Foote was married to Charles Boufller engineer at Pattons number of bills for subscriptions which any congregation Miss Mary E Randolph Rev W O We hone those brick plant is quite a mechanic in his way are due and past due Brandon aud Bro G II Hayes D D wlio receive them will treat them as The Sick I all right and also a vocalist 1st hello they do their notices from their bank officiating Miss Randolph is tho acÂ¬ mlt seine niachinerje Master Freddie DHuy has recovered complished daughter of Rov T J Ran Â¬ It Is Just as important to us as it is to the General Superintendent A M Mc bank that our bills should be cared for from his spell of typhoid fever dolph pastor of the Methodist Church ask Gracken of the I St L and T is again and looked after We dont often you to II L Stader is ttlll confined to his at that place Bro Foote is the popular do to make a special trip as you broken down in health and has gone to the bank but attend to it tho first time bed but Is Improving and will be up pastor of the Methodist Church at this Old Poiut Comfort for a rest you come to town or send the amount by soon place The party immediately left for mall It takes mon Â¬ Mies Mary Oveitou s still very sck Will you do this A new station on the Texas railroad Henderson where they spent a short ey and lots of it to run our business and three mllea west of Lewlsport has been we need every dollar due us There are a q umber of people with time with friends and then to Daviess md It Is called Waltmaa ami E T ji bad colds as a result of standing on the County to visit relatives They arrived Thrasher who has recently built and A Remarkable Xeeerd damp ground Saturday listening to the here yesterday on the 6 p ui Texas train and were driven to the home of opHd a large store to tk agent William Curry a resident of Adair caudidaUaspeak Mm Chas Gill where the ladles of hie E J Vhrics night operator in the Tex Â¬ county Ky Is one of the most remark Â¬ Mr Henry L Morton is aiok with Church had prepared a sumptuous re Â¬ as office at Henderson made a 9ty nar Â¬ able iiwi on reeorh He has been mar Â¬ typhoid feyer ried sixty three years to his present wife past for them and their friends They row escape row Wing burned up Mon to eighty four and his wife eighty three go to pru A B Sklllwaa Jr te will occupy the Gill residence during As ky aigktv lie accldenlly turned ever years of age He has owned aud raised iMFelywe alive No hopes of kia jeeovery the absence of Mr and Mrs Gill who the lamp in Ispce which art fire to a crop on the sarno farm since Ms mar Â¬ i ii si ni miyai f riage and has paid taxes to the sheriff of are spending the winter in the South the tabic burning It up and tba iaatru adair county for sixty three coaaeeuUve If yourhelr U tunting pay restore to Ilaweeville Clarion Mac Baiuea wept 4own BMotaalao yean His iblldrau graadoblldfen aad IT tfafot yesterday to put in new iaatra- - greatrKnuulohlldruo number over MO it the hue oi youth by the use of AyeHs Dr Price Cream Beklftff Powder Th- - b at hnr Hair rvll ncftrlv all of nlmiN t n w llvtnx in Mtaft 0 W WoU i P4f ttglMst AwaU Gus Brown AT iu W S Wattor Smart and Fred Uowmer Fralzi attended a danco at llawesvlllo last Wednesday Mlis Ida Jarrett of Stepbemport who has been In this city for tbe past week returned home Monday LIsb Richardson was here yesterday putting In tome good licks for the rooster and bis brother Curlt Prof Jicl Henri Pilo our clever correspondent at Qlcndeane was here Saturday to hoar the s eaklng Mn II S English and Mn Dlz of Rob Â¬ erts Bottom were the guests of Mrs A S English last wcik Frnnk MMJury and wife of Kirk spent Inst Saturday and Sunday with his wifes sister Â¬ debate tho question of silver with myself hut ho has invited me to debato the question with him and hence I submit tho following question for his considera- Â¬ tion Will J II A affirm that any artlclu without any conditions of re- Â¬ demption in any thing of value when properly stamped by tho Government for that purpose will perform any and all functions of money under any and all circumstances and conditions If ho or any other Populist desires to affirm this question through tho columns of tho BnECKEsnimiB Nuws and debato itjeither from a historical or philosophical standpoint or both for n period of one two or three months or a year or until he desires to leavo ofT I will take the negative of tho question mul agree to wtiteartlelo week about with him until he is satisfied If J II A or some of his confed erates desire to debato this question he may signify his willingness to do so by writing his first article In tho next Issue of the paper after seeing this question It P SlIACKIKTT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ book-keop-- Â¬ i i a a m w Vjr pt and Sunday Mr Jno Lewis Is preparing to move down near Stephcusport whero ho has rented a farm Dr Mllner of Union Star was hero last weekatthu bcdsldo of Mrs Pitrris Barr who is quite 111 A gentleman from Sample represent Â¬ ing Keiths Marble Works of Clover port was hero soliciting orders Mr Thos Kerriclt and family living near laynesville isitcd Mr and Mrs Jno Lewis last Saturday and Sunday Mr Win Allcu Is undergoing great pain and inconvenience from a supposed cancer on ono of his hands He is being treated by Dr Mitchell of Mooleyvllle Mr and Mrs Wm Frymlre Messrs Hubert Brutier Jabez Brashear and Misses Ltta May Allen and Blanche Frymlre attended the Rlcketls Wat lington nuptials at Union Star last Wed Â¬ nesday evening A number of good ladies of this com Â¬ munity are cndeaoring to organize a babboth Bcliool at this place We wish tho project success and trust that par- Â¬ ents will see that their children attend I fear too many of us desecrate the Sab hath unthought dly though it may be We aro too piono to visiting and cook- Â¬ ing and eating good dinners on the Lords day when wo should remember that the day should bo dovotcd to spirit- Â¬ ual sustenance rather than temporal delights My Goodness Sirocco you retaliato with a vengeance dont you 7 Pedagog surely thought your replies symbolic of your name destructive wind I trust however that he will not resumo hostilities and that you two will kits and inako friends for If the campaign gets any warmor I siriously fear that some one will bo injured You might change your weapons words for somothing nioro deadly nnd then serious const quen ccs illicit follow and wo postitlxely couldnt spare you Sirocco Our school la piogressing nicely with a better attendance than wo have had for years in consequonco of tho ttnn beginning early So many of tho children live at such a distanco from tho Echool house that it is impossible for them to attend during iuth ment weather There are only twenty eight pupil children In the district nnd twenty four enrolled nt school with an average attendance of twenty so far I can certainly recom- Â¬ mend this Hjhool to any conscientious teacher who would not prefer a larger school Tho pupils havo evinced an un- Â¬ usual desire to leant and in most cases are encouraged in this by their pa cnts Tho greater number of tho children havo only had tho benefit of a three months school until recent years but they have made the most of their oppor-Â¬ tunities It has been difficult work grading tho school but tho young ladles and gentlemen aro to bo commended for their resolute determination to conquer Tho those hitherto dreaded studies grading of country schools Is uphill work as all teachers havo ascertained siuco tho law requiring each teacher to grade his school went Into effect Thero is so much cross grading to bo done and one obstacle after another presents itself in tho path ol tho teacher who is resolved to do his duty as well in this matter as all others pertaining to his school Thero aro a few parents who think chil Â¬ dren of tho present time should be taught as thoy werehalfa century ago They do not seem to realize that meth ods of teaching have changed and ad duced to keep stop with tho progress of civilization These aro tho parents who will tell you that thoy wish Johnnie to study just so and so and no more In vain you may toll them that It is your duty to enforce the law and you may show them tho program prepared by tho State Board and tho course of study proscribed for each pupil They will with undaunted impunity ask you to set that law asldo and govern the school as they see fit Instead of what tho propor authorities havo decreed This Is hard on tho teacher of course it Is but nothing remains for him to do but toll the parent if he sends his child to tho publio Bchool he mubt sub Â¬ mit to the rules of said school and not try to dictate to tho teacher as though tho school was a private affair to bo managed by him Yes ludoed tho day is past and gone whon a teacher can take his cheer and sit and doze lit a corner during school hours occasionally arousing himself to hpar a class in one Readin Rltin of the three Its but never giving Instruc- Â¬ Rlthmotlc tions I am happy to state that in this school there was no serious objection to tho course of study Miss Etta May Allen is the most advanced pupil in Bchool and wo would not hesitate to send her beforo Superintendent Driekell as an applicant for a diploma showing that she had completed tho common echool Tho Misses Barger Augustus course Barger and Bud Guilliland the other members of tho fifth grao all earn well deserved reports both in deportment and application to Btudv Fannie Barger Sammy Allen Addle Knott Blanche and Ida Noble Horace and Willie Bar gori Florence Vessels and Molllo Brunor comprise the Fourth gradeand are all apt students Miss Florence is especial- Â¬ ly bright In her Grammar Recitations and Saramie la one of these shrewd little fellows who knows thqt It Id money In IiIb pocket to attend echool regularly aud follow his teachers lu btructlons Little Viola Knott is the sole member of the Third grade nnd a very good little Viola she is too Dollle Bftwhear and Raymond Vessele belong to the Second grade and are both learning rapidly Little Ambrose Vessels and Gertrude Allen are the babies of the school but they dont cry a bit Blauche Payne Carl Frymlre Dolphus Knott and Rneooe Noble are very obedient and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WERE W0R1T When times wero flush and money easy to get To day you can get an elegant Cloak or Wrap for VERY LITTLE money The weather proves that NOW YOU NEED ONE And Sulzers are proparcd to meet your demands In fact the beBt place to trade is with tho good old house of fLy - w - HT - - ML- - jfiitt Lr5JaSwaBfe The Prettiest Line of x Stoves This side of Louisville both Cooking and Heating can be found at B F Beard t Cos With twenty five different styles To select from Very Respectfully B P BEARD HARDINSBURG KY CO JAMES B PACE Stemmer and buyer of Jr There pleasure and is a in 11 Both Red AND selling pure una- 11 W KJ fJ BurleyTobacco Pierces Factory JNO P BEVERLY dultcrat- ed - Cloverport Ky Manager j I iTABLERSmi BUCK EYE FIIlU P IL rou can OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as the iBEST REMEDY fcr PILES BOZU HT Alt HKVtflltTi A SURE S tb ff tjt always find them at HOARDS IIAKDIN88UJWXY WalNCHELOE WANTED Ql KY V ft 500000 OwMikri WM b OWfSB3rO fyg Hickory Sookw I d U- - il I I 4 Mjwy a yotttif kdya niJapHiat W all bwttar tor balnsj warmed vim la U I -- ru to Vtwiiiil nt r 1 -- v - -- uutt imin fVe mr wmmmmt4tliRf0tHfi WT MMi fl IMHHBOTPVVnnUiLIWUJIIULnilllinPilKJy wiiHiiiiiHimijniiimjijjljiiPimi nil ft irTlnrrmtlm n i UPmPWmwiW mm THS r BHaOKBkNRIDQm NEW f hliMl m n lWHIWIPWIHMOTHKnAOiapiHHPilMMHMavi ir m i irmmnMinti tAnMWM QLiQVJRP0R1 KY TTi1irirrlwaiiiMMjaiitwttfcGii WHJfi rraravAair mk EKFfoN mmmmmmmmmmimm ft Â¬ - ga H7 l is LUJ i B Smith alid wife Weill 8 Loti Mr lovllle Tuesday j 1 M 1 VJ r rrrr rr-u- r 3 4 4 fciT 5r A pound of the Royal Baking Powder will raise more flour and make it into purer food than a pound of any other baking powder My analyses show that of all the powders tested the Royal is the richest and purest yielding the largest amount of leavening gas The Royal contains neither lime ammonia A nor alum J II P Jones went to tho city Wednes day on buslncw B S Clarksoii went to Louisville Fri day witli a car load of hogs Jnmes Foushee went to Louisville Wednesday with some stock Mr Win Wright and Jako Kendall went to Louisville Wednesday Wado Shacklctt and Z T Cox went to Stephenspott Saturday returning Mon- Â¬ day Frank Board is spending this week with his grand father Dr R W War field xjL Â¬ irr0 KSr n If Kf 2 - 3 n f Prof of Kentucky School of Medicine Good Chemistry Sf 3 tfr Drs Wlllett and Shacklett attended Medical niieting at Elizabethtown Thursday Llttlo Loulsana Guedry who has had typhoid fever for two weeks Is Improv Â¬ ing at this writing Rev Judson Wlllett and wifo returned from Texas Wednesday where they have boon visiting for tho past month James Malone Route Agont of the Adams Express Co was here last Wed- Â¬ nesday checking Mr Cox into the office at this placo Mr JT Jonts brought to tho post ofllco Wednesday ono of tho largest beets we over saw It measured twenty seven inchesln circumference and weighed nine pounds and two ounces Who can beat this beet the GOOD WATCH is something every man and boy neerds and heres a chanco for eyery man and boy who reads this advertise Â¬ ment to get A GOOD WATCH that WONT COST Wo have made another deal with ono HIM A CENT of tho biggest watch factories in the United States to INTRODUCE a now watch Its a beautiful ordinary size nickel plated watch stem winder and item setter dont have to open it at all guaranteed an accurate time- Â¬ keeper and good enough LOOKING for any man or boy to wear A nlco nickel chain with charm goes with rach watch Bought regularly the watches w6uld havo to bo sold for 3 or 4 and you cant buy better ones from tho JEWELERS for less than 5 But Its worth f 1 000 to tho manufacturers to havo us ADVERTISE them and for that reason we have secured a limited number ntivprieo which allows us to GIVE THEM AWAY absolutely without cost to customers of THE MAMMOTH So we offer them freoly to all until tho number contracted for havo all beon disposed of ono with every purchase of 12 or more In Mens Boys and Childrens CLOTHING Wo -call particular attention to the fact that this Is NOT TijE SAME OFFER wo made last Spring The watch is MUCH BETTER every way and Is given ONLY with Ibi hi For 5 w Hill sell an excellent all wool blue or black Cheviot Uojt Com Â¬ bination Salt sites 4 to 16 years hts two pain of panti and cap to match Order one of these and one of our Mens 750 Overcoats and you get the WATCH FKKE end ne pay express Ir health lies In the use of the Royal Baking Powder only ROYAL OAKINO T Breckenridge fffffftWffffffffffffff News 7 POWDER CO 106 WALL ST NEW YORK W A McGruire a well known citizen of McKay Ohio is of the opinion that there is nothing as good for children troubled with colds or croup as Chambe- Â¬ rlains Cough Remedy Ho has used it in his family for several years with the best results and always keeps a bottlo of For 8 we tell fine all wool hair line Casslraere Youths Suits sites 13 to 111 years Order one of these with a pair of Mens fl pants and get the WATCH FREE we pay express 8 SI r x ROSELAND WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER A creed is 1894 Denominational Difficulties a short summary or state- Â¬ ment of belief written or unwritten A sect is simply another name for denomination and sectarianism is modern Uelig Pharisaism tho worship of sect ion theoretically is any system of wor- Â¬ ship experimentally it is piety a state of heart It Is never In advance of tho morals and tho intelligence of the wor- Â¬ shiper and therefore may be good or bad Speculative theology is metaphysi Â¬ cal reasoning about God and moral obli- Â¬ gation it is tho mother of dogma Church dogma Is any opinion or tenet enforced by authority of tho church not a subject of demonstration or experience Christian doctrine is doctrine taught by Cluist Christianity is Christ likeness in character and deed It will be seen that a sect with its creed its speculative theology and its dogmas its ceremonials and liturgies of worship in short all that ordinarialy passes under tho head of rel- Â¬ igion and religious worship may exist entirely Independent of Christianity and indeed of all morality but is such an organization a legitimate church in tho theological meaning of that term Certainly not Scripturally defined tho church is Gods spiritual kingdom among men uirist declares it as coming without observation as within con- Â¬ sisting wholly of moral quality and in strict harmony ho appointed no head no succession of priesthood no orders no form of service and if we except the rite of baptism no conditions of memb Â¬ ership save a faith in his character and teaching which working self denial in the subject led to the keeping of his commandments all of which he general Â¬ ised under the two statements of love to God and love to man Where do wo find from his lips one word upon which to rest tho divine authority of speculative theology with its nameless progeny of dogmas When did ho givo currency to tho modern ex Â¬ planations of tho divine Sonship When did Christ define justification regen- Â¬ sanctiQcation eration adoption election vicarious atonement ori- Â¬ ginal sin apostasy the mode of baptism transubstantiation tho fall and tho resurrection of the hotly Tho question now and hero is not wheth Â¬ er these dogmas as taught In speculative theology are truo or false but a question as to what uso Christ tho author of Christianity made of them and what definition and place ho gave them in his creed We call attention simply to their conspicuous absence in all he taught It is certain tho early disciples never heard of them and why Did Christ not properly Instruct his followers Or are wo left to conclude that these dogmas as defined by later ages whether truo or false nro unnecessary in a Christian creed Ono alternative only is left us As Christ never taught these doctrines wo are forced to consider them in Christian teaching or refus Â¬ ing tho example of the founder of tho Christian church as binding join hands with Rome and depand upon tho auth- Â¬ ority of an infallible church for our prac- Â¬ tice Nor do wo condemn church creeds Taking tho term in its first and proper meaning i o from Credo I believe n crecdless church becomes a misuomer Crcedlcss is bellefless and a belielless church is none Tho statement is self destructive Even tho atheist has a creed Ills negative unbeliefs only need restatement In reverse form and we find what ho believes and hero Is his creed But creeds may bo written or unwritten and if of tho last named order In this Benso a church may bo creedlesa Tho question raised hero so far as Itconcerns this matter to a comparison of the creeds of to day and the practice of the Christ Â¬ ian churek under them with Christs creed and practice What did Christ be lieve WhafdWe teach Assuming tint we have a reliable record of his wawleUiWe are not only the highest Intt lor the Christian church Mttlaet mH of appeal Key J II Ae t in tke Xoa 8tariaa OetoW Â¬ ls Mrs Tom Cannon is on tho sick list Mrs Mattie Khodes has the boss patent churn Mr Eli Storms is expected In from Texas soon J T Bralcher will move to Glondeano next week The stave haulers will soon be through hauling now Mr ltobert Rhodes is in Jefferson ville Ind this week Wo hear that there Is a very good artist at McDaniels The bed spring man fat Joo McCarty was in our midst last week There were five christenings at St Anthonys church last Sunday Mr Will Dunn and Miss Clara Glass cock were quietly married Oct 21 Miss Maggie Rhodes is visiting Mrs Lum Rhodes at Irvington this week Mr Sherman Tuttlo und Edd JefNiavo put up a saw mill down at the Monestcry ford Miss Mittie Fraiza has returned homo after a months visit to relatives at Hen Â¬ derson Church at Long Lick Sunday with preaching by Rev Father Gabe of Ilar- Â¬ dinsburg Wo would like to report some wed Â¬ dings but guess they uro keeping for better times Why doesnt old aunty write some for Wo might catch some tho News again of her ideas Miss Lissa McDaniel is still on the sick list Her brother Mr Tom McDaniel is about well again We are sorry to hear our enterprising merchant Mr Charles Jarboo still has tho typhoid fever Mr Henry Jarboo will move back to his fathers farm near tho Rhodes and Jarboo school house Master Will Rhodes and Ernest Mc Daniel were visiting Master Ernest Rhodes last Sunday There was a very good rain In this neighborhood tho 20th It is to bo hoped the drouth will soon be over Mr Fred Fraizo has sold his farm and will move to Henderson shortly Gossip says Mr Tom Cannon has bought the Â¬ farm Mr John L Rhodes and three daught Â¬ ers Julia Iula and Fannlo aro visiting in Owensboro and will attend church at St Pauls Dyspepsia seldom causes death but permits its victims to live on in misery Hoods Satsaparilla cures dyspepsia and all stomach troubles James Anothny Fronde The death of James Anothny Froude an historian whose naino has been familiar on both sides of tho Atlantic more than a generation is announced Al- Â¬ though past tho allotted ago of man tho general public however it may have been to his personal circle was not pre Â¬ pared for the intelligence Only a few weeks ago a now book from his pen The Life and Letters of Erasmus ap Â¬ peared In London and New York and It is perhaps tho most nluable of all his contributions to literature It certainly lacks none of the wealth of research depth of thought and virility of stylo which have made his name famous Mr Froude catno into prominence as a roan of letters in 1830 when ho published the first two volumes of his History of Eng Â¬ land from the Fall of Wolsey to tho De Â¬ feat of tho Spanish Armada Fourteen years later the twelfth aud last volume of that great work was published Few literary productions ever created so much hostile criticism All recognized its strictly literary merit and its thorough Â¬ ness of research but it was an attempt to reverse what is usually called the verdict of history in several respects but more especially as regards Henry VIII He was an ardent admirer and a bold apologist of a sovereign whose same had always been held la detesta tion for his gross aenwiality and cruelty Â¬ Â¬ aitUy fr After having la grippe ho was himself troubled with a sovere cough Ho used other remedies without The last of the Henrys is tho Bluo Beard benefit and then concluded to try tho of royalty and when Mr Froude under- Â¬ childrens medicine and to his delight it took to present in clear and overshadow- Â¬ soon effected a permanent euro 25 and ing outlines the better side of his charact- Â¬ 50 cent bottles for sale by A R FiBher er and reign there was a loud shrill cry Cloverport Ky and Kiucheloe Board of Indignation Ilardinsburg Ky The English speaking people every Â¬ where cling to their- pet detestation In a Teachers Association way suggestive of devil worship They The Ilardinsburg Magisterial Associa- Â¬ had an ideal monster enshrined in the tion will meet at Ilardinsburg Saturday temple of sovereignty and they resented November 10th 1804 at 10 oclock a in the attempt to overthrow and abolish Program as follows him Bravely did Mr Froudo hold his Welcome addrett Allen It Klncheloe ground His adversaries assailed him Iletponse Jat V Miller with all the weapons of criticism but he Influence of George Holers Clark on II 1 Shacklctt Kentucky History never wavered nor was vanquished It S T Biography caunot bo said however that Froude Influence of ilowcra on School Chil Dcjernctte succeeded in reversing the general ver-Â¬ Mist Illlle Cooper dren dict of mankind as to tho father of Why teach Physiology In the lubllc Schools t ltobert I Hook Elizabeth and the slayer of her gracious mother The friend of his later years Influence ol Literary Societies on the George Gray lubllc Schools 1 Mr Carlyle was far more successlul in Should we teach Current Literature his kindred effort to reverse the popular Sherman Hall If bo how veruict on unvtr uromwell it is no Itow to teach Primary Geography Mist Kate Iullen longer good form to repeat tho oppro- Â¬ Influence of French and Indian War brious epithets once so freely heaped on US History F IJarboe upon the great Commoner mourn over Hccitatlon Huby Hyan the first Charles as a martyr and rejoice Why do we need the lubllc Schools graded f Frank Lyons over the last namo on the throne of The value of Teachcrt- Heading England as a national blessing The Sam Tate Circle hammer of Thor which the doughty How to use the Chartt with Miss Eva Heston advantige Scot wielded with such tremendous force R I Shacklctt was too heavy for Froude No doubt a Why observe Arbor Day t Necessity otTeachlngGrammarMlsLeIa Jolly good many historical details have been Ilobert Weatherford The Value of History corrected as the result of Froudes re Â¬ Essay Mist Eflie Klncheloe Joel II Pile searches and pen but tho old sentence A True Teacher of condemnation which he tried so hard All teacuers invited to attend and to have set a side stills stands come with a truo spirit to gain and give Incidental reference has been made to assistance to our fellow teachers the friendship of Carlyle and Froude Ask something about the way others That friendship strengthened with the do their work and give aid to those who old ago of the sage of Chelsea During you can help the later years of his life the friends of Adjournment his youth nearly all gope the intimacy Jab W Milleb Yice Pres became so great that the two were almost inseparable and to the younger but still far from young Froude was intrusted the responsibility of being Carlylos lit- Â¬ erary executor In the discharge of that trust he gavo to tho world several very readable volumes on tho private and SPECIAL OFFER domestic life of tho Carlyles To many his exposure of the weaknesses of his greater fiiend was severely censurable The success of tho Electronolse In cur- Â¬ Certain it Is that it would have been bet Â¬ ing disease of almost every form and ter for the reputation of Thomas Carlylo boyond recov- Â¬ If James Anthony Froude had never many patients apparently ery has caused a wide and growing de Â¬ been born Incidental reference has Tumors also been made to Froudes Erasmus mand for tho little doctor abscesses scrofula cancer paralysis This latest volume consists of a series of neu Â¬ lectures recently delivered at Oxford chronic and acute rheumatism and ralgia many cases of female troubles These lectures are of exceeding great value They throw a search light of re- Â¬ some cases of total and partial blindness kidney markable power upon one of the grand- Â¬ and deafness Bright disease est characters of all the ages The ser- Â¬ and bladder ailments have been cured in to border on tho vices of Erasmus as a roligious and ethi- Â¬ such a short while as The treatment is simpln cal reformer have been unestlmated and miraculous terms of rental overlooked and that by both Protestants and effective Write for and sale and special reasons why you and Catholics He was a nineteenth or rather a twentieth century reformer of should get one this month also letters testifying to its whom the world is still unworthy If from well known people curative merit he had never done anything else except to vindicate the reputation of Erasmus Editorial from Central Methodist Cat by setting forth what he really did for lottsburg Ky Rev Z Meek Editor Europe and Christianity nearly four cen- Â¬ Unless ten thousand mon mainly pro- Â¬ turies ago that alone would entitle fessional mon lawyers doctors editors James Anthony Froudo to a permanent preachers and all classes including the place among the great historians Chi Â¬ writer very much mistaken tho Electro cago Inter Ocean poise effects cures gives relief where all Every person big little old or young other remedies have failed especially is black or white rich or poor who has it efficacious In delicate foeble women Rev Geo II Means Covington Ky over used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pro- Â¬ In one nights time the Electronolse nounce It tho best cough and lung rem Â¬ edy on earth Its true too bo we guar- Â¬ relolved me of brain congestion and ver- Â¬ tigo My wlfo was relieved of a severe antee For sale by Short tSc HaynesClov erport Dr It II McMullin McDaniels attack of neuralgia In ono hour M Meyer Co Buras Geo Ileyser Rev John I Rogers Danville Ky Constantlne A Taylor Itoeetta Drury A kinswoman of mine who was appar Â¬ Beunett Co Bowleyvillo Ky j W E ently rapidly sinking into the grave suf- Â¬ Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols fering with sciatic rheumatism and In ex Â¬ Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring treme pain day and night in a very short Ky tlmo obtajued freedom from all pain walks without crutch or cane and de- Â¬ Report of Union Star School clares that she is well It is a mystery The following is the report of the to me almost a miracle Union ritar public school for the second Rev V F Wyalt Morning View Ky month of the present term ending Oct I began to Improve from the first ap- Â¬ 10th 180 Examination la held only in plication of the wonder working gem the fourth and fifth grades Ida Gardner 9 15 j Lorn a Tate 02 my general health is better than it has I believe It to be a God Jesse Gardner 89 Helen Tate 88 Nel been in years HeCashman 88 Lonnle Hall 80 Alt given remedy Croason 8t Cora McCoy 63 Lula Fenlx 75 Emma Severs 75 Webb 500 Fourth Address DuBoIs Whole number enrolled in school 50 Avenue Leulsvlle Ky average attendance 37 yjrgml for eireulaM ire Doha G Hendry Teacher Â¬ it in the house solid For 12 we sell fine all wool color of fancy Cheviot Cassimero or Worsted Mens Suits sack or frock fasblontblo long cuts this season Watches go with them and we pav the express For 12 we also tell bluo black or brown Imported KKR EY flan Â¬ OVERCOATS winter weights sleeves silk lined nel or serge lined Watches with fashlonnble long cuts them ard express paid We have Childrens Suits and Over- Â¬ coats ns low as 2 SO pants as low at 50c nd Mena Suits and Overcoats at low ns 4 50 -- good Cattimere Pants at 198 Make any kind of a 12 com Â¬ bination you with and get a watch CLOTHING Send a MAIL ORDER WE PAY EX- Â¬ PRESS to any point in Kentucky or Indiana on mail orders to tho amount of o or more Money refunded al Â¬ ways if goods fail to please Write for our Fall and Winter Catalogue containing full directions of self measurement etc and also how to have goods sent O O D subject to examination MAMMOTH SHOE and CLOTHING- - CO KLEINIIANS SIMONSON 3f 424 to 434 West Market LOUISVILLE ROLL ELEGTROPOISE Teachers of the 3rd Magisterial Dis- Â¬ trict of Breckenridge county are hereby Report of Cloverport High School notified that the Teachers Association For the Month of will be held at Union Star Saturday October Nov 24 1804 and we the teachers of the 3rd District extend a cordial invitation 130 not only to the pupils patrons and trus- Â¬ Number girls enrolled tees but to those all over tho county 101 Number boys enrolled 248 and especially would we be pleased to Whole nntnber pupils 218 witness tho presence of every teachor In Average dally attendance 14 Breckenridge county Average daily absence Tho following is a program for tho days 04 Per cent of attendance 35 proceedings Number cases tardiness Opening exercises 21 Number visitors County Objects of tho Association ROLL OF JIONOH Superintendent man school DEi AimtENT Importance of the public schools J Third year Mabel Carson Olivia Fal- Â¬ A Allen lon Stella Mullen Maxle Bandy Separate and combined methods of Second y ar Marion Bowmer Bessie Jarboo Ladosca May Pearl PerrigoRosa teaching primary reading and spelling Ryan Margaret Skillman Ernest Boyd O A Adkisson Remarks by Association Harry Hamman Wllllo Mullen Amll Advanced reading L B MgCubbins Oeli Albert Solbrig Herbert Reidel Advanced spelling I B Payne Jane First year Lena Hamman Ends sought in teaching reading and Uambleton Annie Hambloton Mannie White Margaret Howard Forest Free Â¬ spelling Wra II Bell RECESS man Kt nneth Ferry Primary geography Arthur Matting- QltAMMAR DEPARTMENT Sixth year Nelllo Gregory Dolla ly How to conduct a language lesson Batt Carrie Graham Ella Popham Ella Ahl Florence Cottrell Walter Oelze Jesse E Payne Best methods of teaching grammar Moorman Willis Joo Fallon Fifth year Muriel Gregory Winnie J O Cunningham A successful method of teaching and Marion Wendelkln Halllo Warfleld why teach civil government in the pub-Â¬ Babbage Ida Hampton Wilbur Hamman Chas Cashman Ira Behen Isadore Popham Charles lic schools NOON Zirckle Edmund Wroe Difficulties in primary arithmetic and INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT Fourth year Chas Lallelst David how to overcomo them Mrs Chas O Murray Wavy Sampley Llziie Batt Graham The teachers duty Miss Ada Hanks Linnle Camp Grade Ferry Edna Jar Tho model teacher an essay Miss boe Mary Oglesby Sallio Swaggot Maud Witt Cleona Weathexholt Katie Yea Nelllo Simons How to at cure good discipline New ger Third year Wearda Graham Emma som Gardner School grading Mrs S Henry Ahl Wllia Ahl Spiny Beavln Lula Remarks by association Crist Clara Dyer Nina Corley Maggie Wroe PRIMARY DEPARTMENT OF HONOR Program Teachers Association BURAS Success to tho News Miss Flora Pile has been on the sick list Jess Pile was tho guest of Miss Lyda Pile Sunday Mrs Huston Alexander Is sick of typhoid fever Mr Eli Pile and wife of Texas aro hero visiting friends Jim Bishop the clever bIioo drummer was in town last week McDaniels club plays the Constantino boys here uext Saturday Buras was well represented at tho wedding Thursday night Mr Wash Turpin of Jefferson county visited M Meyer Friday Miss Sudle Neff is visiting friends in Hardin county this week George Hall was tho guest of Miss Lula Snyder on Sunday eve Geoigo Hall of Custer attended church at tho Chapel Sunday M Meyer and his two daughters vltit ed Hardinsbu g Sunday and Monday John Alexander of Ilardinsburg and his mother passed through town Thurs day Tho school hero is progressing nicely under tho supervision of Wm A Skill man Tho School Association will be held hero next Saturday Eviryono is re Â¬ spectfully invited to attend John Tucker candidate for sheriff passed through our town Friday to at Â¬ tend the speaking at Custer Ampn B Carman and Miss Mattie Davis were united In the holy bonds of matrimony last Thursday night Â¬ M J Second year A B Boyd Annie Jar boe Everett Zirckle Elton Beavln First year Gee rgo Boyd Edward Harris Lee Lasllc Chas OBrien Mag- Â¬ gie Burn Addle Louise Babbage Katie Moorman Julia Wroe Primary Grade Courtney Babbage Paul Lewis Eddie Lisbon Wado Witt Harry Hall Mamie Graham Hattlo Las lie Annie Weatherholt Mattlo Willis J II Loo an Supt Newspaper Reporter Wanted We aro informed that tho Modern Press Association wants one or two news- Â¬ paper correspondents in this county The work Is light and can bo performed by either lady or gentleman Previous experience is not necessary and somo of our voung men and women and even old men would do well to secure such a pos-Â¬ ition as we understand it takes only allout one fourth of your time For fur Â¬ ther particulars address Modern Press Association Chieago III son of a family the Tho other day stood watching the baby brother who was making a great uoise over having his face washed The little You fellow exclaimed to the baby think you have lots of trouble but you Walt dont know anything about it till youre big enough to get lkkln and tlieo youll see wont he maumaf MJ6ta 1 Whenever a druggist tells you ho 1ms something just as good for coughs grip etc as Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey dont TOPICS FOR BRIEF TALKS you believe it for wo guarantee that it is Should beginners be required to do not true Wo mako the genulno and any work outside of tho recitation authorize all druggists to guarantee it How many grades of readers should bo The E E Sutherland Co Paducah Ky used in tho public schools For sale by Short Haynes Clover Â¬ Â¬ How far should the teacher be influ port Dr R II McMullin McDaniels enced by public opinion M Meyer Co Buras Geo Ileyser How to get trustees to do their duty Constantlne ATaylor Rosetta Drury How to secure good attendance 7 Bennett Co Bewloy vlllo Ky W E How to teach a child that cannot talk Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols How to keep mama In a good humor Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring etc Ky The above questions to be discussed by the Association Program Epworth league Nov 11 A great many of us teachers of this Opening- - tonir Choir district are young In the science and art Irayer How to overcome Heading- of ininulvs and roll call of teaching and Choir difficulties actually met with in tle SonT 800 Mist Jane WarfieU Is a question of vital lin Itccitation school room Mitt 1annle Smith portanco to every teacher especially to Duet Ummett Gregory and Mitt I alltlst HeclUtloq Miss Leila DanlcU to those of limited experience i 0r Sp let each of us present a JIat of the Scripture reaUlug So J Burn iinuctiities witu wnun we nave met to airtcellancout business the Association for discussion Doxology J F Jabboe District viee Preeident The immense estate- - left by the late Some folks will think that Dr Bells Juuge DuIIaven In Oldham and JefTtr Pine Tar Honey is po better than the bou counties la to be divided Immediate common cough remedies until they try ly between eighteen helre the nine Â¬ it Then they will know for themselves teenth one who Inherited one third of It that its the best on earth For sale by having sold her life Interest to the other The estate conUU of Short Haynes Cloverport Dr R for fCO000 cash II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer 6035 acres of land and 380000 u what Co Buras Geo Ileyser Constantlne is conuded to be equivalent to cah A Taylor Roeetta Drary Bennett Co Bewleyvilla Ky W E Brown Irv Among the heirs are two titlwna of Indiana who oome in for good felloes iBgtoM Kyj Juo P NlehoU Garfield Ky A R Morrl Big Sfrint Ky Wly Xwa I US 1 r ipn ra 1 foijLir it k io iltC ilrt