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41 US 1 108 2 C7 172 12 3M 62 1011 18V5 Jailer Smith K Waggoner Pop County Attorney Milton Hoard Dem II N Miller Kep County Clerk It C lllchardsjnDem Owen Cunningham Rep A M Hardin Pop Sheriff V K Ilhndes Dem Silas Pate Hep J S Delernette Dem 5 D Sbellman ltep WmAhlllep Dem - i- - i 102 110 8 Iff 1 89 171 12 92 17 125 45 1 134 127 51 0 140 100 145 27 130 130 77 40 53 81 40 3 43 40 44 125 121 24 130 128 U5 152 20 09 158 23 122 75 115 70 22 147 07 113 li 3 120 214 227 1052 1903 1593 i r 161 03 105 GO H9 155 123 99 97 105 88 8 88 3 82 87 81 08 10J 07 90 178 G5 98 127 05 45 48 63 2 01 170 123 171 251 372 7 159 120 1 180 2 103 172 84 187 5 98 107 94 103 105 8 09 101 91 3 130 102 109 07 109 03 112 207 0 80 181 99 21 132 131 23 135 130 130 132 48 75 38 M 77 50 77 38 47 72 41 128 120 21 37 2 42 3U 42 03 llvl 20 77 158 2 125 llH 183 1713 15 ft 119 9S 17 47 59 54 137 120 125 120 lttl 121 i lt5 1572 1911 172 309 i K 152 121 08 104 Assessor II C Garner Dem V K Dockery Hep Clarence A lcnlck Pop Coroner Ym nmbryDem JoeTaul Hep ChlntrHoyaltyHep Henry C folly Pop Jtiitkeorthe Peace Ilardlntburg Junlut Marshall Dem Chas Mattmgly Hep Win Crews Vop Surveyor A A IallelntDem John Nevltt lop i - 0 15 117 2 89 181 0 AS 7 09 102 8 70 88 3 82 85 137 97 4 131 63 204 4 9S 100 2 01 27 131 128 3t 2 40 39 20 110 120 08 150 20 90 112 18 75 22 IPS 3 12S 108 1 18J 1CO0 GO - 8 152 122 2 85 HO 97 0 91 3 82 81 3 84 97 6 133 109 03 108 00 108 125 89 17 117 43 1 CO IV 12 115 74 21 114 75 21 0 87 175 4 78 V3 185 1592 1859 181 1581 173 27 127 127 3 37 39 2 40 39 2 S 120 120 19 t s v t 5 155 118 3 85 180 98 0 96 90 8 93 103 1IC 8 09 102 8 90 4 134 97 17 43 1 27 127 50 75 37 50 75 37 04 1V 19 120 170 1 122 170 1 267 tliu culm sweet spirit of littlo Ocorglo daughter of Lena and Noah Cunningham went to join tho nngcls in bright Glory Land Blessed be God of such is His Kingdom All that kind and loving hands could do was done by mamma papa and tender loving friends for all loved sweet patient littlo Georgia but all in vain wero human efforts to bind tho littlo ones spirit here sho had fin- Â¬ ished her mission hero The dear good Lord wanted her up yonder so In his mercy and goodness when sho so ten- Â¬ derly called on Him for help He boro her across tho river of death into over lasting lovo and light It seemed so sad in that home yet through our tears wo could look upward aud say no moro does littlo Georgio suffer as sho did so long aud patiently hero on earth but lias laid aside this poor littlo suffering body donned tho robe of immortality and is now waiting nud watching at the Golden Gato to wclcomo loved ones as thoy join her up in Heaven One Who Lovkii Hiit Chcnault Ky Ivory 6oap c GREGORY WHARFMASTERS Yollow Pino Flooring Shingles Laths Cement CO CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY Also Wholesale anil Iletall Dealers In and Celling Line Brlok Blinds and all kinds of Building Material Sole Agents for Doors Hair Sash and Homostoad filled Fortillzoro Bono Moal and Troy OrJen accompanlneil with the eaih promptly BANK or HAEDIESBUHG Capital Stock 825 000 Surplus 7 000 F DEAHD President WILIi MILIKR Vlee Preildsnt M II BEARD CsiMer B 1 J W BEARD MORRIS ESKRIDGK R M It Floats BEST FOR 5HIRT5 THE PROCTER k QAMULE CO CINTI - -- Dlrs tort JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 80 175 Dlt vi - T j J - r t Constable lee Uithop Dem Chai I Pat- - Hep Justice of the Peace Cloverport District Joe Mullen Dem It A Walter Hep Constable V 152 119 157 73 84 192 85 3 97 3 120 90 17 59 42 1 120 120 0 120 28 20 05 155 19 1870 177 289 329 414 85 340 393 53 67 102 fO 101 Public Salei For two months I offer for sale on twclvo months time all my farming im- Â¬ plements and stock Cattlo 15 head hogs i0 head horses 8 head good ones of all kinds A bid of 1100 is reserved on Ben Herr All kinds of tools used in modern farming Farm on reasonable terms and price Going to Correspondence solicited quit farming it hurts my feelings J F CARTER Webster Ky I Why ts going Hand in Hand TOPIC OF THE DAY are we doing such a Big Business vcl - t -- 86 181 118 97 90 82 80 A 14 OS 351 100 132 97 103 390 45 315 392 47 137 Levy Voiles Hep Justice of the Peace Union Star District I W Jarrett Ind Elder V II Cox IndInd It ii It TaulDem - r f 8l 87 00 107 ASK FOR PRICES SEE OUR VARIETY Then you need no further explanation j - - 19 14 ItHey Dowel Pop Constable J IStlthDem s T W Anderson Rep W T Norrls Pop Justice ol the Peace IluJsonvllIc District It II Cook Dem C C Carman Hep dilutable J n Sever Ind 1rvmlre Ind Justice ot the Peace Hewleyvllle District WN DruryDem II G Stewart Hip 27 5 73 41 9 73 9 31 1 173 70 97 90 72 61 8 110 143 QOTATIOIfcTS Boots and Shoes Mens tooil Uoots Kill I Stock llrocans Ilne Mines ratten Leather I 1 35 T - fT si 1 0 U - 37 125 129 27 67 59 50 47 85 32 33 38 6 28 44 11 t 200 240 40 10 200 258 58 73 291 75 yS 115 Constabl- eA Harrington Dem Jonas Gray Rep Justice of the Peace Hock Vale District f m - L I 130 OS 153 13 111 190 Great j 1 2 J allies unllncit Shoes lined bhoes 7c yS fine One lot Ladles Sample Shoes worth J jo to Ij Sn for Custom made Illicit boots and shoes lit a Wg P Cloaks Ladles Jackets Cloaks One Lot Ladles cheap fine Capes and Cloaks cry oS J 50 J50 llaraln - 113 121 03 156 114 74 Clothing 277 81 i 157 foJr - Dem Henry C Lake Rep Ind Constable W M Carwile Dem Chas Jamison Hep II G Robertson G W Carwile 213 231 18 Cash Spirlil sail Mens suits Tor Hojs In fiiS 10 119 43 120 53 215 241 75 ltiJ I ffl AT ifi 4i5 75 Dress Goods Sictiulnir Ilanncl worth fo lor French Ingham worth 30 lor tfi inch Woistcd worth 40 for A large variity of Novelty Dress Gondii styles Blankets Double Grey lltankcts former price 1 1 ia 2C latest Bargain Sale 50 now MR fe WATTERSON Says The Party Has Been March- Â¬ ing Through A Slaughtor House For Moro Than A Year r- - The President SetTho Pace of Dis- affection And The Rank and File Eagerly Took It Up The Democratic Party Has Sur- Â¬ vived Even Greater Re- Â¬ verses Than This ALL WILL YET BE WELL Courier Journal AND I ipc L Hs I- M For an entire year it has boen per Â¬ ceptible to the close observer of passing events that the Democratic party was marching through a slaughter house and yesterday it seems to have stepped into the open grave that yawned to receive it There is littlo likelihood that it will bo resurrected thence until it has had a new birth of integrity and courage and a thorough reorganization To tliis com- Â¬ plexion has less than two years of in- Â¬ capable leadership reduced a great army and a noble cause that upon lines of conviction swept the country in 1800 and 1892 The victory of the Republicans has been so far reaching and complete as to sink mere personal incidents and local influences quite out of sight There will be a special tale to tell to account for a particular defeat here and there and for the reduction of this or that majority but the Democratic collapse is too universal to bo ascribed to anything other than universal and profound dissatisfaction Never in the history ot the coun- Â¬ try have the peoplo been eo disappointed in work of their own doing and nevor before did they make such haste to undo it With souio the object of distrust has been tbo administration with others the congress with all tho party organ zttiou wherever it showed itself Tho industrial panic was succeeded by a political panic and panics of all sorts aro unreasloning They can only bo met and turned by quick resolute action and this quick reeoluto action was wholly lacking at Washington and everywhere else The president set the pace of disaffection It waa eagerly taken up by the rank and file Faction once in the saddle rode booted and spurred down the Democratic column toppling over In IU mad career the Juet and the unjust the meritorious and the recalcitrant The slaughter lias been indiscriminate The grave is hardly wide enough to hold the sUln Grieve as we may over- - he disaster whloh haa thus fallen upon what we had hoped waa an advancing army and an invincible movement the Courier Jour rial ia not given to drink from the bitter Early and hUe it cup of self reprotym 1m sought to avwt tho eowlng of Uw evil ky which npoH tli very threshold oiite rMtoratloa to power Â¬ Â¬ tho party It tried in every manner to point out that the straight and open way was tho safe way that real prudence lay in real courage that hesitation and timidity were bound to breed dissension and invite treason destructive alike to confidence and discipline In spite ot prayers and protests thoso who ruled tho roost and who persisted in thinking themselves infallible went their gait and as was long ago foreseen and pre Â¬ dicted this has led over a precipice For the present all is lost and inores the pity is some instances oven honor itsolf Wo shall indulgo no splenetic outcry or childish quibble In a country like ours tho ups and downs of party are of less account when wo reflect how ready the people are to change and to forget After all it is their government and they can do with it whaUoever they will If thoy want to reverse the engines and to go back twenty years to the dark days of Republican misrule nobody can pro vent them If they want back tho Mc Kinley bill which they repudiated thoy can have it If thoy want back the fed- Â¬ eral election laws which they repealed they can re enact them But wo appre Â¬ hend none of thtso things We are passing through the era of the common placo and It does not much matter whether wo are represented in tho offices by a set of beggars labeling themselves Republicans or a set of laggards labeling themselves Democrats so long as one set is afraid and the other set dare not to tamper with the public credit and integrity Tho Democratic party has survived even greater reverses than this IU life has BUrely been preserved for good pur- Â¬ pose It has fallen upon grievous times and into gruesome hands If out of this disaster we take lessons of high emprlso if it rids us of dead weights if itbrines us a better sonso of our duty to the state all will yet be well GARFIELD DEATH OF C J Mens Overcoats Mens Wool Overcoats Hoys Overcoats A large stock of Mens ai so 350 I 1 50 90 50 350 150 Strictly all Wool Illankcts former price 5 00 4jS 1 now 3 gS HIRTH tfi Iine Tailor Made faults 4 Tom Watson is giving us a good paper Mr Len Coshman was in our midst He Was a Leader in Kentucky of the Friday Ancient Order of United S G Hook still has a desire to visit Garfield BKANDENUURG KY Workmen tfMii When the children drink bad water and cat too much green fruit or have the stomach actio or diarrhoea from any cause vou neednt be alarmed about thorn If you will got a 25c 50u bottle of s Dr Bells Anti Flnx they will bo at play in half hour after the first doso Forsalo Haynes Cloverport Dr by Short It II McMullin McDaniels M Moyor Co Buras Goo Heyser Constan Â¬ tino A Taylor Itosetta Drury Bennett -half Co Bowley ville Ky AY K Brown of life Jno I Nichols Gar Â¬ Miss Nannie Johnson was vieitlns rela Â¬ Irvlngton Ky tives in tho Walnut Grove neighbor- Â¬ field Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky hood last week CANNELTON Mr Frank Dowell and wife aro going Telephone to move back to Meade this fall We hate to see them go Mr and Mrs G B Shaw of Louisvillo Much excitement over near Freedom And the dark shall be light caused by that awful varmint which were called to Franks Landing last week And the wrong be made rlghtl has been seen and heard screaming like by tho sudden illness of Mrs Shaws someone dying We would be bo glad mother Mrs Martin Frank who hud a Newspaper Reporters Wanted slight strofco of paralysis Mrs Frank is if somobody could catch it Wo are informed that tho Modern improving at this writing Mrs Shaw Nothing succeeds like success and will remain some weeks to take care of Press Association wanta one or two newsÂ¬ paper correspondents in this county nothing will more quickly insure success her mother The work is light and can bo performed than true merit For fifty years Ayers Mr G Wash Folds now Sunlight by either lady or gentleman Previous Sarsapitrllla has maintained its popularity Hotel is almost comploted and tho grand experience ia not neceseary and soma pf as tno superior blood puilfior It stands opening ill be held about Wednesday our voung men and women and oven old upon its own merits and never fulls to or Thursday of next week It is elegant- Â¬ men would do well to secure such a pos-Â¬ give satisfaction ly furnished through out and Ms to bo ition as wo understand it takes only Wush will mado a homo for drummers A Famous Show of Beauty abjut one fourth of your timf For fur Â¬ The bIiow of distinguished beauty sen that each aud every guest is treated ther particulars address Modern Prebs Tito Telephone predlcU transfixed by famous artists which is handsomely Association Chicago III now taking place at tho Academy of grand sucC bu for The New Sunlight In the absence of tho editor of this Fine Artd In Now York lias been antici Â¬ ALL OVER THK OLODE Dr norcos rwaaanr reucu pated by The Cosmopolitan Magazine in great mora farmers paper last week the aro known 1iIU ol Amer flanged ican irwnuMcturo tawny its November issue In an article by Wm editor of the job department load Why I Because A Collin with illustrations of some of down a farmer who had some ton or ttwTre mlJr tfae veoeUM extract aro coa- - the more beautiful faces The Great fifteen Btriped citrous in his wagon aud mnlrfttyL TUero are manr Paeslonaot History series has for this traded them to him on subscription and liver pUVL yet there mwt be a reason wn y vr iTereen resÂ¬ months subject the romantic career of tried to vork them olTon pa for water- Â¬ -tate etve the but satisfaction Agues Sorel who influenctd the deetinlea melons The citronBaro now on tho way Probably because here sugar coated small The Art to the preserve jar We havo received bbkjj of France under Cliailea VII grains ot inunaru seen iaeriu Most of all they act In a nal wallowed School of America The Great British no cord wood sausage grinders or hoop tiro way aiisl are effective In rewlt Then North west Territory Tho Chiefs ofthe poles on subscription yet Wo shouldnt tod ifter theyre taken they cant be felt eo different from the otd feekioned ftilk wUfc American Presa and the Public Li- Â¬ be surprised some day to walk into the their griping aud ytuleiioe rnrliullaa4lannaln In storaaeh eeeMre-- brary Movement ae amongst The Cos Â¬ shop and find the cellar full of raw nes and habitual eonstlnatiofl as well as siek mopolitans table of contents Survivors turnips and other farm products end btltous headaches these feUeta bring of the war and their children will find Col W S Sierrcttc of Haweaville MMb a lasting our that they eaa be hum ejr do Inteiwe interest In The Story of a Thou teed Your raoaey to returned at waa in th olty Monday He leaves lu Mt give saUsfaetton saad a personal narrativi bgun lu thia a short time for Bartow Florida where whotolla be goes to take editorial charge of a number by Albion WTourg Tlw atanpliijr atoiiBto ConwmpMon ft uWt pay U lot It m H Catarrh u a gritphlc way of a reglmant which weekly paper lawmly mw fie Me service of ita when the makere of Dr BaIsLjsUM onwalakH Kj wrvMIt will five tMO H ttwy cant tfeqt vf rTmQ m sfaftAAttsl MWMf ttfi 0 ITfWtfr f ito sMftilMst Ha BfKtrU awl ita dtttiutoll WsSMA Ptttsir Watsll Ult mmA MsVsWemal Mum jut of yow Ottamfr Tho Wilson Bill has never reached our town yet Moro new cases of typhoid fever at this writing People seem to bo gotting ready for tbo weddings Mr Ezra Dowell went to tho city last week on business Mr Henry Johnson went to see his best girl last Sunday Mr A tilpes seems to think a single life not the happiest Mr Clarence Dowell was tho guest of Miss Lyda Hook last Sunday Mr S Geo Hook was the guest of Miss Maud Smith hut Sunday Mr James It Kennedy is going to build a new dwelling next week Mr Jake Sipcs was tho guest of Miss Sarah Hook last Sunday evening Mr Jo J Adkisson and wife have mov el to their now homo near Itosetta Farmers have begun gathering corn and the crop is better than they expect- Â¬ ed Buck Whltworth wears a pleasant smile when his best girl comes up to seo him Mr P Wood why not get somo ono to keep house for you I mean tho better- Mr Charles J Hirth after along niego of consumption died at his homo in Hen- Â¬ derson Tuesday at noon Mr Hirth went to Henderson several years agoand was connected with tho Journal office for about two years He was a fine artist in his line of work Mr Hirth was a man of considerable ability and popular with his friends He was a prominent member of tho A 0- - U W and was one of the best posted members of that order in tho State As editor of tho Kentucky Workman tho official organ of the order in Kentucky ho did good work Ho leaves a wife and several children and carried 4000 life insurance of which 2000 was in the A O U W Tho fun Â¬ eral took placo yesterday Owensboro Messenger Jacob Meyer Big Spring J 0 BOURNE J M HARPER DANIEL BROOKS BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock OATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON STOCK YARDS1 LOUISVILI r KY DRY GOODS CLOAKS aitffeaEw w Ea2VPR0AY RATES The most centrally located Hotollnthocitu CLOTHING Wo will offer great j JOHNSON -- UsillrirB vsSbS Jouisville Ky Agents Wanted Ill SOLICITING FOR CAN I OI1TA1N A VATENTT For a prompt answer and an honont opinion write to M II N N iV CO who bare had nearlr flf tr years exporlenoe In tne patent business Communica Â¬ tions strictly confidential A Handbook of In Â¬ formation oonoornlnjr Inlenl and how to obÂ¬ tain them sent free Also a catalogue Of mechan Â¬ ical and sclentldo books sent free latents taken tbroimh Munn ft Co receive special notice In tbo Sclonllllo Ainerlrnii and thus are brought widely before the public with out cost to the Inventor This splendid paper lllustratedbu briar Jasued weekly elegantlyany sclentldo work In the circulation ot tho world HJ a year Bample copies sent free Uulidlnir Kdltlon monthly fUOa year Hlngle 15 cents Rvory number contains beau- copies plates In colors and photographs of new Slful with plana enabling builders io show tho designs snd seeuro contracts Addreas MUNN C- O- hew YoitK 3111 IluoauWAT m ill 11 bargains in Dress Goods Cloaks and Flannels Under- Â¬ F COPYRIGHTS - Lovings Protective AND Hosiery wear Blankets Comforts Napkins Towels and TaLlo Linen All brands of Best Prints Come and get our prices ill IE5I Collection Agency THIS ISINOIHUMBUG BIG PAY TO THE Headquarters RIGHT BOWLING GREEN KY MUSIC COUPON IN ONE HOUR you can learn toaccoui pany on tbe 1lsuso or Orsau by utlug JACOB MEYER W yO ssK L BIG SPRING KY CMJsfE ISTHCBCST OriWlaaNOSQUCAKINa FRENCHENAMEliDCALr Til Douglas 0 CORDOVAN 435PP0LICE3Soles 2l7B0Y3SCHMLSH0ES Comprehensive Chord Method Most wonderful musical work ever put on ir vou osv a rsnauiursu tint AflTint In hA ivIlhnilL It any song or any music played on any othr T thethorouib T Instrument Indispensable to beginners musician and a delight to all It Will Maw nlYou BtuilV Hollars and 4 hmril manv rnnnthi In uarmonv The price ol thisv book is lu but by Syill Ill ail lus rauri Arraasssst we copymail 10 receipt el a upon of this paper a anil thl Ilnnnnn Address 7 MUHirAL OVIVK riTHLINIIINU CO Clntlnnall O ciiAnKa j435JnNECAlfKMAR0a a complete sysim ui luuruugii aiviua iiuur ivv tne cuorus rur an Atajur NO TEACUEB NECESSABY mamirKK Bti nil ifr-- SARSAPARILLA ITElATS m- Bn w LADIES Hnr f n2EsoNccMt WLDOU6UAS obnu ruK waiaujuuis a I a2 BROCKTON MA33 Yon can saye money brpurchaslug V I Uougln Hlioes Because ire are tbe largest lusnufscturers ol advertised shoes In tbe world and guarantee the value by stsmplnr the name aud price ou tbe bbltom which protects you against high prices aud the middlemans profits Our shoes equal custom work lu style cssy filling and wearing qualities We have tbea sold every- Â¬ where st lower prices for tbe vslue given then any other make Take no substitute If your dealer cannot supply you we cau Sold by J S L SULZER Cloverpert Ky CO BEST BLOOD PURIFIER Dys in the world It curat Nervoun pepsia Sick Headache Bolli Tetter Scrofarising from bad ula and every trouble blood Try il and be sure lo get NMtV Â¬ Â¬ C M McQLOTHLAH Union Star Ky STRAYED mark One Mood red eleer tw years pat ed hole uadsroit In tljrht two and underblt Ih left ear branded on Mp wills IctUr M Llksral reward for iBforsasilea or delivery or dilivsiy to we at PUiUrs Hall 8jrt Far lain A R FISHER fey s4 y -- Drmilit OtoWfjMrt Ky mini ifypip THE BRUOKKNRIDQE NRW8 OLOYSlRPORT KY BRANDENBURG Tho tnartiago of Mr E F Alexander Miss Fannie Rhodes was solemnized at the Catholic church Inst week ns pre- Â¬ viously announced Father OConnor tied tho hands vo y Impressively Miss Pearlo Ditto rendered Mendelsohn equally ns impressively for tho process ional nnd Evening Bells for the retro Messrs Will Howard and ccssionat Deo Pusey wero handsomo n ushers who preceded them to tho altar Tho hridc woro white mull lullo vail and carried while chrysanthemums Iho groom bore well his honors in tho usual black regalia Tho invited guests re- Â¬ paired to tho resldenco of tho brides father where after congratulations the dining room was thrown open with walls draped in Inco curtains festooned with vines and at the rear which tho brides table graced potted flowers adorned tho scene The tables were immaculate in while w 1th a profusion of delicious viands A number of presents showed the esteem in which the young couple were held In the language of Tommie Traddles in David Copperfleld tho bride is the dear est girl aud tho groom Is a popular young salesman at Yeakel Gos big dry goods house May their hearts ever be as full of loves hopo and glamour as to day and may every page in the book of Life be full of kindness When tears and heart sobs come which is a part of our inheritance to blister the pages may that same heart affection comfort and sustain I notice Prof R P Shackletts propo sition in tho News of last issue to discuss tho money question with any Populist I would like to know If I am right when I assert that to me n woman who would not think of attempting to handle the agitated subject in its fullest pros and for n Democrat cons its as clear as who if I am right at all should be a bi metalist and in favor of gold and sit ver in our country and should raise his voico in favor of silver and also to main tain tho silver dollar and the gold dollar upon a parity and of coining both gold and silver every year John Sherman demonetized silver in 1873 I believe and our Populist friends tell us Thomas F Bayards name was signed to tho Con ferenee report nnd if it was so ho depart ed from Jeffersons financial plans who believed in the freo aud unlimited coin age of silver aud gold and his report to that effect was tho law of the land from 1702 to 1873 The ratio was slightly al tered once but tho principle was never violated till by Sherman Democracy means sound currency nnd the equal rights of all citizens under the law Freedom of speech freedom of action Freedom in the freedom of conscience courts freedom nt the nols Rule or ruin dont work with many But no good reason can be assigned or should be by a Democrat for deserting his party principles Wo have had panics before and the duct oi the lute ono is passing away Prosperity is close at hand and if fickle Democrats could only bo patient and true the old party would prove itself right Let us right now in this moment of defeat turn our faces to tho sun and tho we are at a critical stage in the his- Â¬ tory of our nation we can fall into line like a Macedonian phalanx and be de Â¬ termined that the party that overthrow the Freo Boilers the Whigs tho Know nothings will in 1800 overthrow tho Re- Â¬ publican hosts Let us bury deep all preferences and antagonisms and forget disappointments that may be engender- Â¬ ed Let us as Democrats be magnani- Â¬ mous to fellow Democrats and sacrifice everything on the alter of Democracy and begin to fight iu unity for John G Carlisle on tho Democratic ticket as President in 10 Â¬ c Â¬ Breckenridge Jo D News Proprlitri 1891 L HARDINSBURG H W k V 0 Btbbags Editors and TIME TABLE WEDNESDAY N0VEM11EU II lasongcr Dally arr noma wist OOIKO IIrdlniturgl2IJ pm aud I1ST 7i40 m Year la Advance Subscription Prloa St 00 If Paid it the End of tha Tear 8125 Passenger Daily rr lUrdlnibarg SIX PAGES The Democrats lost every district In West Virginia niter holding ttio state twenty two years ItKHMiurANS Canned apples apricots etc Witts Come with tho cash to buy at Witts Mr Pat Dillons daughter is quite sick We will take your country produce Wilt A full linn of notions just received at admit that Murray would Wilts Mr B F Beard went to Louisville Monday Walter Clark is offering his farm near town for sale Sweet potatoes Irish potatoes and cabbage Witts Our slock of shoes nre down low in prices but in styles wo can suit you Witt Misses Eula and Lizzio Miller return- Â¬ ed from n visit to New Madrid Mo last week Thechoir of tho M E church South will meet with Miss Emma May next Friday night The Master Commissioner will sell ten or twelve tracts of land at the courthouse door next Monday Beef hides potatoes turnips eggs butter furs chickens and nil kinds of produco wanted at J A Witts Democrats went up in every state Ust week except Texas whllo the price of goods were falling at tho time at Witts Four years ago when Monarch beat Cunningham tho Republicans dropped a good deal of money This time I think they got even Democratic janitor Giles Parker says ho intends to hold the forte and that no short haired long eared negro crank shall oust htm liavo mado a Btronger raco for Congress than Montgomery After January 1 there- will bo but two Democratic olllcials left in the court - house at Hardinsburg Oct of 122 members of the General Assembly In Michigan only ouo Ilepro scntntlve is a Democrat The indications arc that the next Senate will contain forty two Republi- Â¬ cans forty Democrats and six Populists An official count of the vote in this county shows that the Republican vote this year is about the same as the Demo crats polled for their ticket four jeara ago indicating evidently that the Popu- Â¬ lists made a Hop and went over to the enemy BEWLEYVILLE Dull November as is said of her In the song has truly brought us the blast that sends the leaves whirling fast Farmers and housewives are all busily engaged putting away the fruits etc of summer The Ingathering this year is not very bountiful still wero thankful for what wc have Pickles in all their various combina- Â¬ tions conserved for winter use Dyspep Â¬ sia and kindred complaints go hand in hand with this article Tuesday evening finds the young peo- Â¬ ple again gathered at the church to sing Mrs TJ Jolly celebrated her birth Â¬ With children and day Thursday friends to wish her well she spent a very pleasant day Miss Ada Drury observed Arbor Day in an energetic way spending all the forenoon planting trees in the yard of the School house Holiday in the after- Â¬ noon A young gentleman near tiiis place received a brand new buggy at Irvington Saturday evening ho last Monday brought it out went by for his girl and took her off with him to visit friends in Meade county Mr Ernest Hardaway is spending a few days at home Mr Iyddan of Webster accompanied Miss Lena Drury homo lrom Sunday School On account of an accident to the buggy they had to walk part of the way home They did this very good naturedly and pleasantly Tho election Tuesday passed off quiet- Â¬ ly What a grand thing it is to have the rousing clement removed Some of us feel very bad over the results of the election but there are others whose hearts overflow with joy and thankfulness Tho Democrats tako good advice and grin and endure A Itopublican rally at IJewleyvillo Fri Â¬ day night Mr lllanford makes a big speech Mr Blanford does truly rejoice over tho Republican victory but the well known words of tho poet Whittier It might have been are the dregs in tho cup Messrs T P Hardaway and Wm Cain Sr attended Quarterly meeting at Mays Grove Saturday and Sunday Sunday School nearly frozen out Tho Uev Judson Willett assisted by Rev Snyder will begin a protracted meeting at tho Baptist church Nov 18 Epworth League Tuesday night Nov 13 Jailer DeJcrnett has an Inclination for the Indian Territory Says he will jiot return to his farm in this county and be- Â¬ lieves his chances for making money could bo improved by going west Tho County Judge County Clerk and Sheriff made a count of tho poll books last Friday Some of the defeated Dem ocratic candidates didnt think they Bhould have gone to this trouble for they were perfectly willing to have given up without a count Mr Blanford could have had the Republican nomination for Congress in this district simply by asking for it But ho regarded it as sort of an empty honor and thus fame and ten thousand in cold caslk passed to another It is sad isnt it Charles Â¬ Misses Blanche Jolly Maggie Paul and Mary Blanford and Messrs Fletcher and Overton Blanford and Roy Cain attended tho Japanese lecture at Irvington Tlioy seemed to have been well entertained and to have had a good time Literary meeting of tho Epworth League will be held this month on the morning of Thanksgiving Day After the exercises Brother Cuudiff will preach It has been suggested to mo to invito the Editor of tho News to attend We would be glad to have him come Golden Ron MOOLEYVILLE One of tho prettiest weddings of the season otcurred Monday afternoon at the Catholic church tho contracting parties being Mr William T Livers and Miss Gusto Conner Promptly at It oclock the bridal party entered the church and were united in the holy bonds of matrimony by Rev Father Raoux in a short but imprcsslvo ceremony Miss Gusta Mattingly and Mr Eugene Duren were the attendants The bride was attired in a gray cloth dress and tho groom woro tho conven- Â¬ tional black Immediately after tho ceremony a largo number of invited guests repaired to the resldenco of tho brides uncle Mr and Mrs Joe Mattingly where a delight Â¬ ful supper was served at 5 oclock The table was beautifully set and abounded with good things to eat The presents were as follows M seers Alf and Jim Hennen of Hawesville a fine parlor lamp J R Mitchell and fam Â¬ ily a clock Eugene Buren oT Concordia set of silver knives and forks Will Elder clothes brush Misses Julia and Madta Cunningham pistes and pickle iMsiiet Lktfe Liven jnlt Clara Elder mustard stand Jeewe Mitchell of Derby glass sat Laura Brown ghvti water pitcher gnllie Liven title throe GustaJMattingly MpkiM Detectives ISeeded Here SuperintepdeLt Chas Ainge of tho Mr Antony BalImanof Pinchccoe was National Detective Bureau Indianapolis Ind announces that two or three capa- Â¬ In town Sunday ble and trustworthy men are needed in Mrs Green Jolly is recovering from a Ibis county to act as private detectives unJerhis instructions Experience in ha l spell of feaver tho work is not necessary to success Mr Davo Elder New Bethel was in He edits a large criminal paper and will The recent land slido has played into send jt with full particulars which will town last Saturday explain how you may enter the profu-Â¬ tho hands of Attorney R E Woods of Miss T Theresa Brown of Panesville sion by addressing him nt Indianapolis Louisville Mr Woods tukes a partner Â¬ is visiting relatives here Ind ship with young Fultz who wns elected Mr Lloyd Sapp has been laid up with County Attorney on the Republican Proclamation by the Governor rheumatism for several weeks Mr Fultzs ticket for Jefferson county Miss Tula Lewis Cloverport was the salary will reach 17000 Mr Woods is 300 EEWAED guest of the Misses GreenwooJ Sunday to bo his assistant and of course will Henry Miller aud Candor Black nre for his share come in C0MMORWR1ITH OP KiCNTUCKT On the 6th of November when the Tun begun still rejoicing over last Tuesdays victory Major Clint McClarty who died in Jno W Lewis carried all the conntlet but one Mrs John Pierce Sr who was dan EXICUTIVC OtPlRTUKNTJ Louisville lost week was tho last of seven Chorui WHEREAS It has been made- known to me geriously ill last week is improving slow- Â¬ brothers all of whom are now dead He army got drowned Montgomery by the affidavit of Mrs T J Ilruner that ly was tho son of Mr John McClarty who Oh Lewli dont you weep there are grounds for the belter that her hus- Â¬ lived in Hardinsburg over forty years Oh Lewis dont you weep Mr Walter King and sister Miss Ka- Â¬ band T J Druner was murdered by soma party ago Mr McClarty was a merchant tie visited relatives at Harned a few County orIn parties unknown In Breokenrldge At 7 oclock the polls did open Augnit ISii here in early days and amassed a con- Â¬ days last week The Democrats said alnt you open too soon And whereas Hon T R MoDeath Circuit Dont you tee the streets crowded with coons siderable fortune This all slipped away Misses Bertha Crist and Rosa Davis of Judge and Hon Weed S Chotf Common Â¬ wealths Attorney of the Nldth Judicial Dis Â¬ from him however before he died Ho Chorus Derby Ind are visiting the family of trict having recommended that a reward be went on a visit to Missouri and died Man was undeniably first in the creaoffere for the apprehension and conviction of Mr J EJ Black For Copstipation Indigestion Head- Â¬ Steady steady said Jno Allen Murray laid party orpaities unknown their but his remains were brought back tion but that woman is no longer a side Hes a great politician we know Miss Lucy Johnson Cloverport was Now therefore I JOHN YOUNG BI10WN ache Liver Complaint and for all He would come to the speaking to talk and hero and buried His family were all issue the recent voto in Colorado goes visiting her parents at this place Satur Â¬ uorernor of the Commonwealth aforesaid do laugh raised hero Tho boys were all good to provo fully as many of tho gentlo sex purgative purposes tako Ayers Fills hereby offor a reward of Three Hundred Dol Â¬ Thought he knew it all but didnt know half day and Sunday the best for family use lars for the apprehension ant conviction of the business men Clint and Crawford how- - polled votes as tho opposite and the There was a little man by the name of William According to our prophets this month murderer or murderers of said T J Druner over gaining more prominence than any edict has gone out that their voto was Ahl THE VALLEY JN TESTIMONY WnEUEOF was to be a dry one Well the dry part of tho others Both of them were fine far more conservative and reliable than Has got Jno Allen Murray In a Democratic stall BKAl J I have hereunto set my hand and is all right so far but what about the 1 caused the Seal or the Common Â¬ business men and were well known tho male voters Husbands and fathers Chorus Mr wm McCoy is on tho sick list Done at Frankfort the rest You did not guess right this timo wealth to be affixed throughout tho state accompanied wives and daughters to the 6th day of November In the year of our Lord All of Mr Jim McCoys family are im- Â¬ Illchardton said to his Democratic friend but do not get dlscouiaged Rev McFarlaln who is conducting n precincts It will bo a cold day when ote thousand eight hundred nd nlnety four Im going to win this race foi Ive got the mouey proving slowly Now as tho election is over let us all an I In the one hundred and third year of the to spend revival meeting at tho Baptist church in a Southern man docs it although woman Mr and Mrs W T McCoy attended The Republicans were laughing In their sleeves settle down to business One good thing Commonwealth this city is a native of Ireland He was is freer everywhere even to tho South By the Oovernor JOHN YOUNfJ BROWN For they got Carlta money and voted as they to do will be to caro for our public church at Freedom Sunday converted iu his nativo country when n laud and there have been surprising W roads Jo Secretary of 8tate pleased By Edw O Lnoji A ist Secretary or State Success to tho News We wait anx Â¬ young man and while clerking in a changes but tho Southern man of tho I for ono favor tho road tax and sincere- Â¬ Chorus iously each week for tho News ly hope tho matter will be brought bo store He went immediately to preach- old regime still exists ADMINISTEATORS 8ALE fore our court for action at an early date ing Ho came to this country Bomo Mrs George Dowell of Guston was Milton Milton Milton where are you 1 Administrator on Saturdty Novem Â¬ The article in this paper last week Why Itubes knocked the bottom out and gone ber wlbai uth iftu sell at IublicAuctlontheVrsonal twenty five years ago Fourteen years clean through Our young folks together with several estate ol J II Oelne deceased conslUlntf of copied from Ellzabethtown News in re- Â¬ visiting Mr Wm McCoy last week household of this tmo he spent In Texas Later gard to the McMonigal Miss Lolo Norton and brother Enoch from adjoining neighborhoods spent a hogs Jtc furniture farming Implements family is incor- Â¬ Chorus ho came to Kentucky and located at 1 he Sale will be at the late residence or said were among the guests at the reception very pleasant evening at the home of Mr Mr D Shacklett or Mr Dock rect The Democrats said there Is Ken Rhodes whom Peweo Valley whero ho has charge of a TKIIMS OP SALE Altiumsol Five dollars and Mrs Chas Reidels on Saturday we know him here is mis- Â¬ AmosSIpes still continues to divide Shacklett as everybody knows In hand over Baptist congregation and receives a good evening Come my love and come my and under cashapproved security that sum twelve months credit taken ns to tho quartettes There were timo between the New Houso and Hes a very fine man I believe required yearly salary for his services They also lie said there were Shcllman and Iate they dear and all Buch sweet names as they NOItAIl KOEIZK Administrator tripletts twice three of whom lived to bo Bowleyvllle cametoj late furnish him a parsonage These wero were calling ono another in the various grown and one a largo man Is still liv- Â¬ Why is U that a certain young lady Is Hut I think I see Gus at the Jailers gate NOTICE worked up through tho ministers own games and plays looked like to ma they ing Twins twlco and nine single births talking so seriously of going to Branden- Â¬ All persons owing- CITY TAXHS will nlease efforts as ho found tho church at a low Chorus call at mv office a nd settle and save cost Â¬ wero enjoying themselves and most es lam Mr Neal McMonlglo and his excellent burg shopping compelled to settle up m y book In December ebb when ho went there The reverened This it iSjh pecially our Proff who also seems to he aii menr levy ana sci I all property not paidand wife are my nearest neighbors but Mr by Misses Pearl Johnson Carrie Norton And Lewis is knocking at the Congretsdoor Pcccmber loth 1894 gentleman has tho appearance of being a ProfT at the kissing business Daniel McMonigle and not Tom was his and Master Berry Norton wero llcsptctfully viaiting a tireless worker in tho great cause of Chorui O WJQHDAN Collector father Mr N McMonlglo is a in Brandenburg Friday saving souls He speaks rapidly but disWho are all those drctted In blue I staunch Republican good Baptist How Thill tinctly and never hesitates forsomething Misses Annie Jordau Carrie Bandy They mutt be the army that Lewis drew and nn excellent citizen with a beautiful We oiler Ono Hundred Dollars Reward to say His two sermons on last Sabbath Messrs George Bandy and Sam Bean Twenty Ave good tie makers Chora Apply to mo homo or any case of Catarrh that cannot be wero very favorably received hero aud champ attended tho McCoy and Norton Who are all those dressed in red I PERCY IIOPIKR cured by Halls Catarrh Cure May bo you think our Republican nuptials They must be the men that Lewis led ho will doubtless get up considerable friends didnt ratify It was their timo I interest in tho church before leaving The jollification continued until tho F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O Mr Frank Jarboe was visiting In this Wtf the undersigned have known F and thoy used it with a vim Thats all neighborhood Saturday and Sunday A fires ceased to burn and tho boys all got J Cheney for the last 15 years and be- Â¬ POSITIONS GUARANTEED right Equal rights and justice to all certain young lady has been all smiles hoarse As In politics so in all affairs of life wo eversinco o not say ran There wero a number of Republicans lieve him perfectly honorable In all under reasonable conditions not be done until you send for free J It patro 20 must not hegrtidgo success to a victor in present from Hardinsburg and othor business transactions and financially able Messrs Enoch Norton aud Tony Mc- Â¬ lirMUaiJTONS PRACTICAL School ofbnor a manly contest A fair fight between Coy were out deer dear hunting Sun Â¬ sections of the county who helped to to carry out any obligation made by their BUSINESS hand IypvrUnand lelruraphv and all mothers who are nursing honorable competitors Go in and win day afttrnoon Thoy returned all smiles swell the crowd and enjoy the festivities firm 4 WEEKS by OrauiJhwnmVhSdie-ch-oll- f Weet ATruax Wholesale Diuggtste To babies derive great benefit from if you can of the occasion K t0 2 WEEKS ty so we suppose they were eucceeaful method01 Â¬ ledo O Walding Kinnan Marvin Scotts Emulsion This preparaMcCoy ami Norton It espends more money in the interest of Its It was a bad old day for Populists Mr Tom McCoy Two Lives Saved Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Kmployiiient Department than half the business It The Republicans re captured Kansas and and Miss Mary Norton were united tion serves two purposes in Mrs llceoe Thomas of Junction City take Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally colleges la the south Bn In as tuition It Is gives vital strength to mothers Colorado I was wondering why J n the holy bonds of matrimony at the III was told by her doctors she had Merchants and acting directly upon the blood and keepers all over the United Jtates and also enriches their milk and Arnold Osborne aud Patterson didnt home of tho brides father Mr Aaron Consumption and that there was no hop Ueasouablo Cheap board thus makes their babies thrive mucous surfaces of the system Price Uj eo to bothratea of tuition sexes 600 students past year migrate but they would have boon Norton Wednesday evening Nov 7 at tor her but two bottles of Dr Kings representing Stat and Tenlutka If l 76c per bottle Sold by-- alldrugglsts also prepared books for snowed under there like they wero here eight oclock The bride was attired in New Discovery completely cured her Testimonials free HOMB BTUOY A Delphic excavation is in order n handsomo cloth dress of old rose or- and she says It saved her life Mr Titos sent on 60 days trlil When vuu wrle MtOaki I will weather and health permitting ange blossoms and rubles The groom fingers 130 Fjorida St San Franekoo Buekleai Arniea Salve be pesont at the dedication of St Ma- Â¬ wore the usual black suit The bride is suffered from a dreadful cold approach Â¬ The Saw Salvb in the world for Cuts farvecaiHlw as tek l rtins church Flaherty 911 Wednesday the beautiful and accomplished daughter ing Consumption tried without matt Bruises Sores Uleen Salt Rheum Fever vA Uth aud at the request of our editor who of Mr Aaron Norton The groom is the everything else then bought ens bottle Sores TetterCtB ped HateCtiilbklns Is a constructive food that proÂ¬ cannot be there tell you about the cere Â¬ son of Mr Wm McCoy who Is well of Dr Kings New Dleeomy and in two Coras and all Skfn Kruptlow and pos Â¬ itively euws nWe or no pay required motes the making of healthy monies Thurs Â¬ weeks wm cured He JU naturally thankÂ¬ It is gMinteed to give perfeot aatie- Mr and Mrs R II Nevltt known throughout the country tissue and bone It Is a wonder- Â¬ have kindly offered me a seat in their day a reception wm given them at the ful F nk ela A bW Trees Jtrsawsh reiwlta of wklefa these fcwUon er saooey refunded Price 36 ful remedy for Emaciation Ceneral ca riage home ol the grooms fattier They were are samples that prove the wonderful dents per bqxt For selo by A K fieher v 2 DefeJIty Throat and Lung Complaint 4fJ00pTrlW XOT The coona annihilated the roosters recipient of a great many hamWoroe erKcaey of this wed Urine in Count and Second class 9 Coughi Colo Anaemia Scrofula and nuw W nt present except In old Mea4 She Is true to the Colds Proe trial bottle at A R Hatt Watting Diseases cf Children tM0QprlQtV Democratic banner whether trailing n Or Prtttf Cream Baklmr Pow4er Drag store Howwlar dm AOb ers 9 M RAMttV MCMMII AHKtiMMM iMtUBewMNT 1100 l l the dwt or toMing on Um breeso AM Clerk Monarch says that ho could see this thing coming away yonder before the primary and the spirit moved him to get oil the track The Populists ho dis-Â¬ covered were going to vote with tho Republicans and that ment defeat to the Democrats Hence Johnnie saved his bacon Â¬ Mr Thomas Hamilton dcfeafpi Jndgo G O Fairleigh by a Binnll majority Judge Falrlelgh got the Republican vote and n number of Democratic ones Mr Hamilton had a most popular efficient man to contend with besides Populists and disaffected Democrats Mr R II Nisvllt is elected by n Inrgn uipjnrity Heisniinblp fillhful patriotic Democrat A man in every way wotthy of tho position he hns filled for two terms nnd which he will fill ngnlu fully up tci the standard Mr nnd Mrs Mason McMonlglo nre snugly etificiiniTtl 011 West Hill In the cottage ncnted by Mrs Jim Richnrdsou who is Installed above her husbands store on West Main street Loulsvillo surprised Mr Jnmcs Lewis is at tho tide of Republicanism that has rolled over the solid South and his own old Commonwealth Coming events cast their shadows before Miss Nelie Henderson a handsome and attractive young lady from Irvington was the guest of Miss Mattio McGhee last week and attended the wedding of her cousin E II Alexander Tho Aid at Mrs M G Reids was a pleasant affair I cant tell you about I believe tho minister ob- Â¬ another ono jects to the proceeds going towards the church expenses Mr John Howard is not famed for pe titeness but since last Tuesday he looks more Amazonian than ever He is our next Marshal and if lie isnt a good ono Im mistaken Rhodes and Ilngan will servo us ns sheriffs nnd I do not suppose the county could ho better pleased than with this combination Trust worthy and honest to the core Charlie Coleman wants another rally Just woit Charlie he isnt satisfied well have ono 1KJ and if you will you can join us on a little different platform Mr Palmer and Miss Annie AVallace were made one last Wednesday at the residence of Mr E Bondurants and are keeping house at the Soda Ash Plant Its a pleasure and instructive too to talk politics with Mrs S C Malin and Miss Lula Lewis Well informed con- Â¬ servative whole soul Democrats Dr J R Dow den is the sickest man since Inst Tuesday Ive seen yet He cant convalesce till sound Democratic victory be administered Mr Henry Harrington is our next jail- Â¬ er by a handsome majority He is popular and has served tho county with trust and satisfaction Mr S P Woolfolk tho cleverest man in the county will judgo the affairs of He is capablo our county hereafter and faithful Mr John Frakes is still dispensing the substantial of lifo at tho St Cloud as happy at that big sunflower youve heard tell of Mrs D W Lewis is in Loulsvillo to visit her brother Rov T M Hawes and also to meet her mother there from Bald Â¬ win Kansas Prof TJ McAuliffe is an unflinching a Democrat as ever and is buckling on his armor for another valient skir- Â¬ mish How are Mr John Mahan and Dr John Hardin They are well thank you till in 1800 anyhow Mrs Dr Burch and daughter of Pay nesville attended the Aelxandor Rhodcs marriage Miss Lena Gilliland is here tho guest of Mrs E Dowdy and Miss Halllo Mr Eugeno Hardcsty will attend the dedication of St Martins Mrs George Casperke spent last week in Louisville Bro Stono preached last Sunday Â¬ not-at-a- ll Â¬ n1 grtwBg THE JOLLIFICATION Tho Republicans Have a High Old Time Celebrating Their Victory The Balltown Crowd Here in All Is Not Gold That Glitters Behind a fair face oft times lurks decrit A Book with a handsome cover may contain nonsense 1 i Full Force It was the Republicans time to howl and they did It here last Friday night Tho Balltown delegation came iu on horse back In wagons nnd on foot long before sundown headed by their lenders tho Hon Joseph Taul and his honor Esquire Hardin D Walker They camo in with lings a ft lug horns a blowing nnd dogs n barking nnd such n good time they did have a yelling for their country and tho G O P But it was their timo to yell and you can bet your sweet life they can do it as nicely nnd as near perfection as tho next fellows when it comes to sending up a shout ovor a Republican victory Tho colored band which is generally out on such occasions foiled to put in oppearanco from some cause K After tho parade on the streets the procession filed up the creek and halted near tho railroad bridge whete the bon Â¬ fires were burning nnd tho cannons roaring Here the speechmaklng and congratulations begun and tho boys nudo the air ring with eloquent appeals for their country and their party Mr Franks from Owensboro was tho first speaker to take tho stand He said lib was hoarse and worn out from speak Â¬ ing night nnd day during tho canvass but he was here to lift his voice how- Â¬ ever feeble In praise of the recent and brilliant victory just won by his party from Maine to California And it is to congratulate tho Republicans of Breck enridge county more especially that I am here to night You have gained a signal victory you have routed tho enemy root and branch and whon you visit your county seat youll have the pleasure which you have not enjoyed for a long time of shaking hands with county officers of your own party when you enter tho court house This is some Â¬ thing to bo thankful for and something you should be proud of Ho went on and scored the Democratic party for their inability to conduct the affairs of government and their failure to enact laws satisfactory to tho people He said all tho Democrat had ever done was to open up a lot of soup houses in the large cities creato a panic such as the country had never heard of before cripple the industries nil over the land and throw the working men out of employment He continued in this strain and wound up by paying a high tributo to William MclCinley whom he said would bo the next president of these United States The other speakers were John P Has well Jr Jesse II Eskridge of Hardins Â¬ burg R N Miller Capt William Ahl Hardin Walker and Joseph Taul Fatty Reed was loudly called for but he declined to speak but continued to blow his horn Fred Robardf a colored Republican from Hardinsburg was next introduced to the crowd and sang an original song which afforded a good deal of amuse- Â¬ ment for tho boys It runs about like this Shoes made for style alone Are like the house built upon tWsands The storms come and its glory departs Our Shoes are made both for style and durability Shoes for the Old - 2k Shoes for Boys - Shoes for the Young Shoes for Men Shoes for Ladies Shoes for Misses 7 - Wv f The Lowest Prices The Largest Stock v A VEST HOLT ir - rTTl 1Ilr1 Â¬ in - well-to-d- o Â¬ WANTED FACTS WEAK WOMEN lql T nrlndrib Â¬ Emulsion fPsM PRUIT TREES s 4 w jptrfiiwr yyw-- fT t r - J T TMW 5F1 a yv TTaWitf Vf HlMtyin I - -- r-t- mt-l - nnm-cmuM- irr- i riMinill l II mil M- M- Bad fate of all Election better think Ill open a iieneral store now llhc the lections dnne Ibcttlllljoncsa beater hat on llllt atl fllll Jonet wool I didnt dream I lie t J I in llrnwii a pilro ltcx Id low flint New York role would be oh well Jim Drown lie got the shoes Tom Splnks tie come an hit me fer a spankln pair o boots Illll Jenkins an Dick Spnrllii Or two twenty dollar Ill tell Im mi llil here lamltlhlcs been enough to strike me dumb gotn to open a general itore an pty clT at thJ come Atlanta Constitution iltl LUCKY BOB r 3 fr A U Now darling Robert Emmet Woods a Cloverport Boy Drops Into a 6000 r Im going to kiss you1 Offioj In the general shnko up of last Tues day it is gratifying to know that ono of our homo boys drops into a good fat office in Louisville The following from the Courier Journal will bo read with interest by his many friends in this Republicans as well as DemoÂ¬ count crats were busily engaged yesterday in finding out who In the thunder some of the winning candidates were and who Is McCulloch was a frequent qutstioti but tho inquiry most often heard was ho In the world Is Fulls the boy who beat Leo Woolfolk A niimbi r of tho Rupublican Executive Committe said yesterday that Mr Fulta admission to the office would probably be contested on the ground of ineligi- Â¬ bility The law requires the County Attorney to be at least twenty four years old and to have been engaged in legal practice for at least two years Tho ground of the contest would be that Mr Fult8 is not yet twenty four nnd ho would have to prove his age This is lion ever of little interest to Democrats as in the ovent of Mr Fults being declnred ineligible Judge Richie the now R- publican Judgo would ap- Â¬ point his successor This would open a chance for Mr du Hollo and other Re- Â¬ publicans of the Old Guard Mr Fults is however not bothering himself about law points but immedi- Â¬ ately proceeded to select an assistantand yesterday chose Mr Robert Emmet Woo is a young lawyer in the offico of Fairleigh Strauss Mr Woods is a native of Breckenridge county where he taught school for several years Ho graduated with high honors from Columbia Law School in Washington while holding a positiou in ono of tho Govern- Â¬ ment departments Mr Fults however was busy putting himself in evidenco yesterday A little daz d but deliriously happy ho was in- Â¬ dustriously engaged in making everybody whom ho met know who ho was A party of young men discovered him dur Â¬ ing the morning nnd hustling him Into the nearest saloon declared that he must treat them for his victory Mr Fultz was willing but tho line of enthusiasts was long and he happened to have only forty cents in his porket When the situation reached the painful crisis of liquidation ho hnd to explain his financial straits This was too good and the crowd hilariously lifted him to tho top of tho counter nnd gave three cheers for tfie man who had won a 0000 a year job on forty cents Â¬ Â¬ it Fays and Fays Well Thnl jildiciolls advertising pays and pays Well rid widrj dwako business man doubts And as ati evldeiico of it here or elsewhere you hdvo but to look nroud you at tho peoplo with whom you are acquainted The firms everywheto that succeed no tho ones that advertise Every me chant shows in every ellbrt ho makes to call attention to his stock Hint ho belljves in advert I ting Why nre goods placed whero thoy can bo seen Why aro signs put up Why not leavo tho gxxls in the boxes barrels etc in which you receive them Why not store them under tho cotlhter What Is tho use of shelves I In the minds of almost nil people Is a well grounded conviction that tho firm that advertises is tiio successful one And they have been forced to that con- Â¬ clusion from experience Tho firms in all business nnd in all places that have always dono tho most business aro tho ones that have done the most advertis- Â¬ ing And this is an argument men cant resist And the great majority of peo- Â¬ ple everywhere will always buy from the men they think aro making tho most money It Is said that nothing succeeds like success And It is every word tho Whatever firm Is con- Â¬ truth of all ages sidered tho most Bucccesful one will draw a largo additional trade on that ac- Â¬ count alone These nro truths that men wit brains know The man that ad vertises is tho successful man And he ought to succeed He Is tho kind of a Mentor man that deserves to succeed Â¬ LAW AND LAWYERSj a pnorcssiON in which many CALlXD lllnlcultlca MAN EAYEftfl OF THE PAClFICl ar -- Shark Iliat Ard the fornlA FlilieriiirH Irrai of ihi fcalU BUT FCW ARE CHOSEN Oh do stop Georgo -- Standard ATTHE COUNTY SEAT Democrats Look Solemn and Tired While Tho Republicans fa A Smile Serenly Jollification In Which Democrats Didnt Jollify But Republicans Yelled Themselves It- r - Hoarse Judge Board Retires Early Mercer Attends Prayer ing and John Alexander Judge mootÂ¬ Busy Pasting His Books The Court- House Turned Over to the Kepub- - licans Sad Bui Tis True Wii nnle Haswell the Next Deputy Clerk C- - 4 s Probably in all tho history of the county there was not a more surprised set of men especially among Democrats as wero seen in Hardinsburg on Tuesday Nov 0 when returns from the days election wero announced Tho Repub- Â¬ licans bore a surprise of much pleasing character while tho Democrats looked solemn grave and exhibited that tired When tho vote was announc- Â¬ feeltng ed it vasovident that the Democrats were not in it at all On Monday they were hopeful Some of tho knowing ones said our magistrates would range from two to three hundred for tho entire ticket At twelve oclpck on Tuesday some of them must have felt defeated for Ilillory McGary a fjood solid man and a true Democrat said to your cor- Â¬ respondent I believe wo ate gono up And bo Feel it some how or another there were others not much more hope- Â¬ ful but Ihey said nothing There were never before bo many Republicans seen at an election It was not only the case in Hardinsburg but tho same story came from other places Sheriff Rhodes said that there wore Republicans voted at MoDanfols whom he never saw Or heard of in his country before The samo re port camn from Custer and other points and all around the situation was such as io almost demoralize Democrats even before the final result won nuriburced It is certain that the election of young Cy Pato on the Republicans sheriff tick- Â¬ et was tho most uulooked for out of all Democrats everywhere tho balanco counted on the election of Rhodta and the old ticket Popular Charley Miller goes down with it sharing the same fate as his associates There wasnt the slightest objection to Air Rhodes even among Republicans His good qualities as an officer wero admired by every one audit was for this rtavin pirtlcultrly that his re election was assured Mr Pttte is young and ho will find the duties surrouudjiigthtoflleoof sheriir far more dllfliiht than In may now anticipate Bouiy of our befit and most tried men heretoore have met with disaster in handling tho sheriffs business for a county so largo as Breckenrlilge and now the task is no lighter am the busiutt h less complicated than it has oyer been I hope no mistake lias been made by tlv people pinking this change but oetkiuly in these trying times the posi tion is not one to be coveted by any body Mr Pute Bhould feel grateful for his ejection because he has the most re Â¬ sponsible position of them all But the had no favoiitee They KepublloMHfl Bwepttle flatter phtan KfenJoe Taul Â¬ bu-im-- sa looms up in the back ground as tho high roller for coroner Mr Cunningtiam with nil of hid co- Â¬ ordinates nnd subordinates came in Wed Â¬ nesday to ratify Illanfoid and Burton and Haswell and others joined in the great jubilee The jollification was not boisterous howover The court house wasjurned over to them and they wero mild in their demonstration Tho speaking was such bb you might xpect at a Republican jollification The coons filled up one side of tho court room and No DemoÂ¬ yelled themselves hoarse crats were present They had business elsowhere Judge Board retired early so he said Chairman Beard had busi Â¬ ness at Clovcport Judgo Mercer was nt prayer meeting nnd John Alexander was posting his register Where the other fellows wero I do not know Not a one could bo seen nn J nobody had bus- Â¬ iness at the court house but Republicans Judgo Board said speaking of his de Â¬ feat that he didnt mind it much He had been in politics a long time and he knew how to stand a defeat Ho was grateful for what tho peoplo had done for him heretofore The result of the election everywhere was an evidence that our defeat was not brought on by nny local cause Stuart DeJernett It is all right with me Am still a Democrat Dont know yet what I will do will not move back to my farm Lee Bishop tho defeated candidate for Constable said he didnt care much for a defeat there was no pay in the office no- Â¬ how Clerk elect Cunningham was mixing with ins friends here after the jollification and seemed very proud of his victory It is reported that Johnnie Has Â¬ well will get the deputies place under him Tho election of Cunnigham dis-Â¬ places Mr Tom McGlll one of the best all around clerks In the county Judgo Mercer Bald ho thought that tho people were Ignoring the truo prin Â¬ ciples of government B FBeard I think the cause of our defeat was tho general- - dissatisfaction re- Â¬ sulting from tlie financial panic brought on by discussions upon tho question of tho free coinage of all ver Judgo Adklsson The loss of the Pop- Â¬ ulist vote dtfeated us In 1800 they vot- Â¬ ed with us This year they went with tho Republicans Â¬ Â¬ W A McGulre a well known citizen of McKay Ohio is of tiie opinion that there is nothing as good for children troubled with colds or croup as Chamber Â¬ lains Cough Remedy Ho has used it in his family for soveral years with tho best results and always keeps a bottle of it in the house After having la grippe ho was himself troubled with a severe cough Ho used other remedies without benefit nnd then concluded to try tho childrens medicine and to his delight it soon effected a permanent euro 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky and Klucheloe A Board Hardinsburg Ky Boll of Honor from District No 12 The first month of the Public School In this District closed October 1Gth 1894 Tho names of pupils making an average of 8o and over appear In tho following list Mary Perkins 09 Grace Taul98 5 Clara Taul 80 Mittio Pate 95 Mina Perkins 912 Lillie May Pate905 Flo- Â¬ ra Walker 85 Rena Duncan 85 Emma Lou Pato 899 Lulu Pttto 895 Alice Brickey 85 5 John Taul 9S5 Sidney Taul 95 Jesso Pato 90 Charlie Brickey 85 Sherman Wnrdrup 87 5 Everett Pato 85 7 Harold Walker 87 The per cent Includes the attendance deportment and recitations of each pupil for tho month The names of thoso not making nn averago of 85 per cent are not published Wo hopo all tho pupils will attend regularly tho next month Ruijy G Ryan Teacher Old People Danger from Catarrh Tho most important feature about that very common complaint catarrh in the head is its tendeucy to develop into some other more serious and dangerous disease Tho foul matter dropping from the head into tho bronchial tubes or lungs is vcFy liable to lead to bronchitis or consumption that destroyer which causes more deaths in this country than any other disease As catarrh originates in impurities in tho blood local appli Â¬ cations can do but littlo good The coramen sense method of treatnpint is to purify tho blood and for this purpose there is no preparation superior to HoodaSarsaparilla Tho powerful action of this medicine upon tho blood expels every impurity and by so doiug cures catarrh and gives health to the entire organism HITES RUN The Republican victory has brought winter Farmcfs are gathering corn Mrs Bell Eider fa the guest of Mr and Mrs John Furrow Protracted meeting will begin at the Baptist church hero tho fourth Sunday in next month Mrs Mary E Hayes of Derby Iud ia the guest of relative and friends here Protracted weellgg began at New Bethel Saturday There ie talk of building a new school owe house hare Wq Chajjn liMmovwl In to b Jm new house oa tJte plktj We Intra that Pro OliUli Koynltv our totteher will give a leetare to bio papila en Thaakagivlsf Day Whenever a druggist tells you he has something just as good for coughs grip etc as Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey dont you b dicvo It for wo guarantee that it is not truo We make the genuine and authorize all druggists to guarantee it Tho E E Sutherland Co Paducah Ky Haynes Clovtr For salo by Short Ohi County Goes Republican McDanlels port Dr It II McMullIn IIxnTronn Ky Nov 8 Ohio county M Meyer Co Burns Geo Heyser Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury went Republican Tuesday for tho first Bennett Co Bewleyvillo Ky j W E time in thirty years giving that party Lewis for tho following majorities Brown frvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols congress 304 B L D Gully nppollato A R Morris Big Spring Garfield Ky court 371 John P Morton county judgo Ky 302 E P Neel county attorney 391 D M Hocker county clerk 271 Col P EKRON Keown sheriff 208 John W Black J T Massey returned from Andyville jailer 121 N O Daniels assessor 318 G C Westerfleld Thursday coroner 352 Smith Ed Crawford of Owensboro was in Fltzhugh county surveyor 353 Only one district In the county elected oven a town Thursday Democratic magistrate G W Wrather wont to Louisville Thursday night Mr and Mrs Frank Lander left Thurs Â¬ G L Nenfus of Brandenburg was in day morning for Cloverport whero thoy town Saturday went to attend tho funeral of youug A 55 T Cox wont to Louisville Tuesday B Sklllman Deceased was the twenty-year-ol- d son of Mr Abe Sklllman cash night on business D II Brown went to West Point ier of Breckenridge Bank Typhoid fever caused his death He was wel mown Thursday on business and popular hereabout and tho bereaved Gabo Meador went to the city Friday family havo tho compassion of many morning with a car load of hogs Hancock friends Hancock Clarion Mrs Mary James who baa been visit- Â¬ ing her son here returned to Louisville Henry Wilson the postmaster nt Monday morning Welshton Florida says ho cured a case Mr J II Bruner of Flint Island lias of diarrhoea of Jons standing iu six hours begun moving to his farm near here that with ono small bottlo of Chamberlains Colic Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy ho bought of J T Massey The armcrs in Meade nnd Brecken Â¬ What a pleasant eurpriso that must havo ridge counties who intend to chip their been to tho sufferer Such cures aro not Â¬ tobacco this season will find It to tholr unusual with this remedy In many Instances only ono or two doses aro required Â¬ interest to ship their tobacco to the Ken tucky Tobacco Growors Warohouso to give permanent relief It can always Tin bo gentlemen are in no combine and be depended upon When reduced with we recommend them to our friends as a water it is pleasant to take For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport and KIncheloa reliable and responsible firm A Board Hardinsburg Ky Â¬ Old people who require medicine to regulato the bowels and kidnoyB will find tho true remedy in Electric Bitters This medlclno docs not stlmulato and contains no whisky nor other intoxicant but acts as a tonic and alterative It acts mildly on tle stomach and bowels adding strength and giving tono to the organs thereby aiding Nature in the performance of tho functions Electric Bitters is nn excollont appetizer ami aids digestion Old people find It just exactly what thoy need Price fifty cents per bottle at A R Fishers Drug store Wlikli Confront Young Itnr Lllrt nturo nnd Volition Afrlatrra fect tiio Ijmyrr Iroupccti He Nooit Not Nirearlly I to a Itnmal Mr ltlchnrd Don retix Doyle n prom inent member of tho Norfolk bar contributes to Tho Southern Msigv einn nn articlo entitled My Impres sions of Law nnd Lawyers which will provo very interesting to laymen as well ns to members of tho legal pro fession Mr Doylo discusses his tliemo instructively entertainingly and with judicial impartiality nnd candor He refers to tho Confessions of a Junior by tho brilliant Richard Barrister Lalor Shiol as embodying tho early experiences of many hopeful nnd talented young lawyers How many snysMr Doylo havo passed through n similar course of etndy and preparation pcrhnps graduating iu tho humanities ns well ns tho Inw bearing away tho prizo for elocution and oratory at somo of our great institutions of learning I How many have thought that such talents ns theirs were sure to command early if not iiumcdi nto success and nlnsl how many havo been disappointed differing it mny bo added iu this respect from Shiol who passed safely through tho depress ing period of wniting and probation which tries the soul of tho ordinary legal neophyte and who won tiro distinction of which ho hnd dreamed nt tho outset of his career Many of this grand army of thu disappointed fail Mr Doylo thinks not bccano they nro lacking in gonuiuo talent which is frequently of n high order but because thcro nro so many other elements that should but do not enter into tho calculation of tho youthis ful aspirant Youth for ono thing too sanguine nnd expects too much Somo fnil becauvo of their bad personnl habits somo by infirm health and too hnrd study and confinement nro stricken down llko poor Kirk Wlilto when lifo is in its spriug t onio nro not politic enough to woo tho world but hold proudly nloof trusting to their talents and knowlcdgo whilo tho busy world goes bustling by without stopping to look nt their credentials Somo stray into tho pleasant nnd flowery paths of literature and somo into the scductivo field of politics A literary reputntion Mr Doylo declares is perhaps moro dangerous than a political one especially if one is given liko Mr Wegg to dropping into poetry Tho ago is too practical for a successful combination of law and liter at me A lawyer may and should b cultivated but ho must not bo known ns a litterateur or n poet Nor will it do for tho young lawyer to seek to ninko himself known by going into politics To do so is n risky venturo for one who intends to mako law tho profession of n lifetime nnd oven n reputation for politicnl oratory is of littlo if any bono fit to it lnwycr Tho pnblio soon como to regard him ns a politician nnd may bo willing to vote with him or for him but not to give hint business Turning from tho causes of failuro to tho qualities important to what is ordir nnrily deemed success Mr Doylo sum Lovo of tho marizes them ns follows profession nnd evident desiro to get business nud attention to it when iu hand industry nud tho nppearauco of industry nnd good nntivo sense with nn aggressive and partisan temperament Fluency of speech oloquenco of diction and genuino oratorical talent aro useThis partisan ful bnt not essential and nggresslvo spirit which is akin to Mr what Lord Bacon calls boldness Doylo considers n particularly impor Â¬ Men hire tant olemcut of success lawyers ns tho expression is among tho peoplo to attend to tholr business and to light their battles right or wrong and tho lawyer who goc into n civso thoroughly imbued witlt tho clients feelings behoving or making beliovo that ho is certainly right nnd tho other party an unmitigated rascal is euro to How Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mm on tho Paclfio coast is known only ni n man cater Tho shovel nosed sharks nro Mind sharks too cowardly to attack ven n yellow dog Tho 34 foot shark captured by somo fishermen of tho truo Tho truo mail enter shark ns taken A real live Democrat It II NEVITT Rc ehctcd County Court Clerk of Mende County An English admiral Bays It Is true the life saving service of America Is not rqunled anywhere in the world It is nso truo that Ayers Cherry Pectoral saves annually thousands of lives In valuable in Buddcn colds throat and lung troubles MORE SALTY Â¬ THAN THE DEAD SEA A Ton of Irrnt Bull Lake Wnter Holds About 314 IouniU of Halt Wnter of tho Great Salt lako varies greatly in its contents of dissolved sol idsdopending upon tho relation between tho supply of water through streams and thu evaporation A fnir nvcrago of total solids dissolved in tho wnter of tho lako at its present mean level is from 19 to But not all of 20 per cent by weight this is common salt for besides this ingredient tho wnter contains sodium sul phate gluubcr salts magnesium chloride calcium sulphutogypsnm nndpo tassiuni sulphate A detailod analysis of water taken from tho lako iu Au gust 1888 was mado by Dr Talmago This contained iu nil 19 CO per cent dissolved solids of which 1574 was com Â¬ mon salt Such water would yield of total solid matter 391 pounds to tho ton aud of common salt about 314 poauds to tho ton Tho Dead sen contains n greater proportion of solid matter dissolved in its waters than does tho Great Salt lake Much discrepancy exists among pub lished accounts of its contents thn lluo tuntlous in composition being duo to tho bnmo causes that prevail in our lake viz tho relation between tho supply through inflowing streams and loss by evaporation A sample taken from a depth of 1 110 feet carries 254 per cent of dissolved solids This corresponds to 528 pounds to tho ton hut of thii only 7 55 per cent was common salt or 101 pounds per ton Therefore though tho Salt lako carries a lower proportion of dissolved bol ids of all sorts than docs tho Dead sea tho lako contains moro than doublo tho proportion of salt Tho chief solid con stituent of tho Dead sea water is not sodium chloride common Kilt but mag nesium chloride Strictly speaking tho water of our luko is much briuior than that of tho Dead sea common salt being tho chief solid dissolved iu tho lake Nevertheless tho Dead sea is much moro highly saturated with- - solids Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ man cater variety Cnrchnrodon carclm las seemed bravo enough nnd savago enough to nttack anything within its reach Thl monsters mouth was wide tho teeth long and sharp with an in ward incline Tho stomach would hold n full grown man easily and a good deal besides Tho fish becamo entangled iu n not off Point Lama Two boats at Â¬ tacked tho vicious creature nnd finally succeeded iu punching nn iron into its vitnls Tho side of ono boat was staved iu by a blow forciblo enough to knock ono fisherman overboard Theso sharks havo bxm known to nt tack a small boat upot it aud cat tho oarsman A man cater over 43 feet long has been reported below Sau Diego Tho natives aro said to llvo in fear of this awfnl fish which already has tho record of having eaten six men It has been shot frequently Tho wnter about it has been discolored witli blood Vet tho shark still lives Tho tiger shark is ns ferocious ns tho man cater Another largo shark hereabouts is tho basking slinrk It is taken measuring lfi to 40 feet in length Tho skin of ono 2 feet long is nt Stanford University museum This Bkiu nlouo weighs over 1G00 pounds whilo tho sharks liver produced 180 gallons of oil Thcso sharks howover aro sluggish lazy and do nut bito peoplo Their gill rakers aro on tho whnlo model When entangled iu n not thoy frequently sutrocntc ns tho net restricts tho gills California fishermen do not consider five foot sharks of much account when from Sau Diego w hurves black sea bass nre caught six to eight feet long weigh ing S00 to COO pounds Such fish aro common They nro taken on shark hooks aud clotheslines When hooked tho fish is allowed to swim nbout tbe bay towing a two inch plank When ho is exhausted tho lino is hauled in nnd tho fish killed with nu ax New York Tribnne Anticipated Lord Chesterfield being ono day asked by Sir Thomas Robinson fnmilinrly known ns Long Sir Thomas towrito Bomo verses upon him produced tho oplgram Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Unllko my subject now shall bo my song It Bliull bo witty and it Bhnnt bo long Tliis individual was noted for being n boro nnd mado himself very trouble somo to tho Duke of Newcastle continually calling on tho minister nnd when told that his graco was gono out ho would ask to bo admitted to look at tho clock or to play with tho monkey in tho hopo of seeing tho dnko But ono day tho porter without waiting for what ho had to say dismissed him with theso words Sir his graco has gono out tho clock stands nud tho monkey is dond San Francisco Argonaut Â¬ iil NHL Dosorct Nows Somo folks will think that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is no better than the common cough remedies until thoy try it Thon thoy will know for themselves that Its tho best on earth For sale by Short A Haynes Cloverport Dr R II McMullIn McDaniolsjM Meyer A Co Buras Geo Heyser Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bonnett A Co Bewleyvillo Ky W E Brown Irv ington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfleld Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky Merlneuo fllaco 1 Villi jrlONl Â¬ ploaso As to tho ethical side of tho law Mr Doylo admits that much may bo said pro and con Ono of tho demoralizing foaturcs of tho profession is that a Ho lawyer cannot chooso his cases is Bomotlmcs on tho wrong side tho sido of falsehood nud injustice and when on tho wrong sido thero is nl most irresistible tomptntlou to oxpress boliof iu tho justico of his cause nnd lawyers too often yield to it thus giv ing somo ground for tho popular accuÂ¬ Â¬ Tried may True well bo said of tho Superior Medicine tho standard blood purifier AVERS SARSAPARILLA Ite long record assures you that whut bus cured others n4 ROYAL BMktng Powder Hlgkmt ot All la hmviaiag staup us Will cure you sation that lawyers Ho for tholr olieuta After all whether tho law is a noblo doponds nud elevating profession Thero is nothing iu tho upon tho man nature of his profession which compels n lawyer to bo n rascal It has its temptations but bo lias every other businosa Many hnrd things havo been said of lawyers bnt tho account is nearly bal anced by tho complimentary thlugs that thoy havo said of thomsolves and of Sir Edwnrd Coko tholr profession speaks of tho glndeomo light of jurisprudence nnd a lack of self apprecia tion is not in general ono of tho defects of tho disciples of tho lnw They have howover tho consalntiou of kuowiug No No t No 5 No 1 that in spito of all tho nbnso to which tooSo John removed tho small conven11 00am Lv lrvlnKton Ar 9S0sm Garfleld 120 thoy havo bbeu subjected by satirical inn BOO tion of insects aud soon returned with n liMam llarned writers nnd poets thoy nro not only uso 7 40 llardinsburs 1212 Now moriuguo glaco without nuts fnl but essential members of society Kirk 1218 710 Jolly 00 100 aud that thoso who abuso thoin most nro York Tribune 40 Olcndcane IIS Dempster generally tho very first to rush to tho 30 121 Tho way to cure a cough is to stop tho ar KallsltoughW 610 IU lawyers to nvengo or protect them iu S37 220 uocxvaie coughing Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey Baltimore Snu tholr hour of ueod lluth S26 2 Kl 2 44 AsVint SIS cuts looso the mucous heals tho lungs Oaka 500 259 Cures grip Call at Babbages tho Gouts Furnishor aud bronchial tubes quickly 330pm ArFordavilleLv i4m cough in one night For sale by Short for cold weather undorwear A IlaynesCloverport Dr R HMcMul lln McDanlels M Meyer A Co Hums A Taylor Geo Heyser Constantino LuidUpFor Repairs Rosetta Drury Bonuett A Co Bowloy Urn m Frank McAullffu is the possessor of a FOR vllle Ky W E Brown IrvlugtonKyj six month old rooster which weighs six Jno P Nichols Garfleld Ky A It and one half pounds Frank says the A distillation ot herba found only on tbe Morris Ulg Spring Ky Island of Ilavtl and tbe country bordering rooster was up bright and early this morn Â¬ tho Madeira 111 vcr In Brazil An antidote for ing helping him celebrate the Democratic 1 SYPHILITIC and SCROFULOUS DISEASES HESTER IN THE GARDEN victory Nov 0 Tertiary itara ot Syphilis have beea Cured Is a scientifically prepared linistately gentian ttalka Fringed with or uui treatment in uxiy nays restoring me November 8 Frank says ho and the ment and harmless every Ingrediblood to original purity Write in stating Cut In itrlr by nnrrow walks chicken are both laid up for repairs MUtrvaii Hunter eunleti Hot time you nave ent Is of recognized value and In lu length of sample bottle been afflicted and we T irilTsend Prim ua Quaker purudUu Meade County Messenger f 1i ee oaCkarKe constant use by the medical pro Rate ot treatment tJKse per atoBth Kot a bloaiwm port and gay I H fession It shortens labor lessens artOYjaOC OMBMXO AJCj CO Sober phlox ami caraway At the December term of Circuit Court XnporUtt Stasdard rreaaratteaa pain dlmlshes danger to life of Modcut violet and G Ml ItetllM BSOASWATOtMOIMKAXZ B II Polndexterwlll make application W Uvcp VU Iluatur company Book TO Mother and Child for license to practice law It is under Â¬ MOTHERS mailed free conMorn and err tn aott gray gown stood that at tho expiration of their iPEBDY mjUJLAjrmia WMUZTS Wollu alio slowly up asd dewn taining valuabto Information and With bcr eye upon the Maa terras Jau 1 he and Mr E E Kelly v voluntary testimonials Of mh laulnt old salai ad sac will form a law partnership and in con Â¬ fuiull We UcnUaei f vtUf fer Ew r u Wbat a nttore dld ato know nection they will handle insurance and a r jjaat sal HJicUIU4 BaUbrAUDfaWMW Of th klmpla lontt ao Above tbe real wtat btwtnens They WtAWIBtD MMUUVTOft GO How fcor yvrr vuwwt attr Wttk tfc aoaat ut tovtaAurl AtMMA U certainly ara a food combt nation and aro -J- uaaa Btekbaw in TewlttM Otmtmia bound to tutoMd Haaoook Clarion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ riEV J B ItATTTIIORSE What Great Preacher 8ys About Without Alila Great Remedy After Thor- Â¬ A man went into tho cafo of a Broad ough Trial Upon Him way hotel tho other day and sat down elf nnd Wife on n stool in front of thu lunch conntor that I I am freo from catarrh I belle Ho had been in mnny of tho eating could Ret a certificate to thli effect from any in tho Bowery housos or bcanerios competent phrilclan I hate uied no medi y cine except Klnei Royal tlennetuer nnd Park row and thought ho was fa health Is better than it hat bean In thirty miliar with tho various terms wldch tear I feel It to be my duty to ay also that the waiters employ when rcpontlng n cus cflecti of this remedy upon my wife bar order but ho had a surprise iu tomers Ixen even mora signal ana wonderful 8he has been Whou ho had finished btoro for him his luncheon ho told tho waiter ho ALMOST AN INVALID would llko n meringuo glnco by way of from nenroue headache neuralgia and rheumatism In a period of thirty yean she dessert Tho proud and haughty person scarcely had a days exemption from pain behind tho counter stiffened his spinal A mora commanding column nud in loud nud COMPLETE TRANSFORMATION tones said symptom of witnessed hare I Iseasenererdisappeared Erery appears to bn She hat John meringuo glnco Olio of tho ineuinls outsldo tho coun- Â¬ TWENTY YEARS YOUNGER and Is as happy and playful as a healthy child ter sped on tho errand with lightning V hart persuaded many of our friends to liko rapidity and after apparently mak take the medicine and the testimony of all ef them Is tbst It Is a treat remedy J 11 ing tho dolicncy roturnod with it On Vaster First Baptist Church Jtawthorne closo examination by tho customer it Atlant Oa was found that numerous small red ants 1100 1 for 4300 Bold by Druggists wero racing over it Ho mentioned tho Kings Royal Oermetuer Co Atlanta Oa fact to tho waitor ho oxoluimod in n horrified What nuts Donr dcnrl Then ho tono cnllod again John John como hero Look nt this Get a moringuo glaco LouisvIJeHadfnsburg Western R R Without ants What said John in n dazed way No 3 TIME TABLE whilo every man in tho room turned his TAKING EFFEOT JULY 20 1891 head aud snickored Got a meringuo glnoo without nuts Kast Dound Trains WestlloundTrstns repeated tho proud and haughty ono Dally Daily Dally Uailv with emphasis aud hurry up about it ex Sun ex Bun STATIONS ex Sun exSvn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Dupuis Treatment uinciYd ATllcnri SYPHILIS i FRIEND Â¬ Â¬ jj jl Â¬ FATPKOPLEr rtft fsaEwJrSSS VtX aaKE Si TO r 4 4 THE BRROKENRIDGK NKWS OLOYERPORT Mri Forsythoi household waa in corre spondence with this Loamler Dyo Wo have only been waiting to lay our hands on tho right man Wo havo found him at last and unless ho is very very care- Â¬ ful ho goes at onco to tho police Do you understand mo Yes sir What do yon say Tho man shut his lips tightly togeth er and thou nnswured Nothing sir Thcro was something of a grim rcso lntion in his faco which mado Lamar uneasy Nevertheless ho persisted Very well then you will como in hero with mo and I will lock you up until wo can get an officer Tho mail began to expostulate lu gen uiuo alarm Lamar cut him short Enough of that Will you tell mo what I ask or must I do as I threaten Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KY mmmmmmmmm MM mm Blood Poison After Approach of Death New Lifo by Taking Hoodc Patty Reld on Hia First Hunt W U WM1 ll LOUISVILLE IHi MARKET llfBlul tauter Pr m rfoce CommlMlon Merchants Correctly weekly by Pumphrcy A Ky Main and Mat ket tflitUvllle itnStcotol Stlirti SiAiac5 sTSiV P Mowarp AIokTague1 rue B TOTVtf TKgfuimcwMnercf tormtmtO IMS TAMtKXAN limts KSllJlS sSLxt w o Medium Crnamery Franh MJUIKVILLK KV Not 13 16V4 Shlpixri nbould mark all raekhci plainly with ihlppera nam and nit iBlc aiMren DtlTTKR Cbilceciinif t S 6 1 1 - i - u BOOS 1IKANH is to 25 Ifi J3 J 17 Very well said Lamar let it go It amounts simply to an understanding yes you w do this for tho good kind that his Jow involved you in n crimo Jow tho sweet amiablo Koscnfcll tho detection of which would havo Yes but you must do mora Sho is get hanged yon ting well You must como np with him Mr Dyo caught his arm and suppli- tho long flights of btalrs to keep watch while ho goes in Do you remember that cated llillL ed Mr IFm F OrcenhoUa Oh my good man dont talk that Dyo Do you remember his dovilish Tho man seemed to bo groatly dis Baltimore MJ way I You hurt my feelings for Ivo got cunning and his plausiblo airs Do you tressed Ho looked at Lamar and ho M For tour years I was la Intense suffering the soft knock that is not an lookodat tho v all Ho appeared at a them bad as J am and licsldcs that is remember my last card Esteem my confidence and BWcrcd tho creaking door tho cautious loss for wonK Suddenly ho uttered a With an abscess on my tlilgh It discharged freely and several times Ill whisper to yon a secret When I get voice whispering Watch hero that no despairing cry i Pieces of Bono Camo Out reduced to tho last extremity and I want ono comes upon tho stairs while I go my Last February I had to only ouo moru drink to carry mo oft I in What will yon do Dyo You havo Well doctor you let mo drivo my weeks and then It was I take to bed for four began take Hoods know an ambitious detective to whom I whisky in your ixxjkct What will you team home and I will como back and Barsapartlla I soon got on my feet but was can soil my knowledge How docs that do Drinkl Drink for courage Why tay as long ns you lika very weak and went to the Maryland University not call for holp Tho Jow is trapped soem for a plan It cant hang mo then Your team eh Perhaps yon will hospital where they said my troublo was chronlo for I shall bo dead and I shall havo had Ho is there Drink more and deeper blood poisoning and gave me little hope I repoint out this team to mo You must havo courage Shi What is ho my whisky turned home and continued taking Hoods I Oh no not That was a mistake Mr Dyo suddenly became- mirthful doing Did you hear that gasp Step in sir Let anybody go with mo and see hare used six bottles nnd the abscess has en Â¬ a Httlo way and look Therol Tho paper that I como back safe I uid chuckled havent got tirely disappeared and I have been la This is tcrriblol murmured Maxey flashes up tho paper in tho grate and any team Fine Hoalth Evof Since Mr Dyo immediately grow fierce thcro ho is at tho flro looking at her Lamar at ouco turned back into tho I know U It had not been or Hoods Sarsapa Tho secoiul time is better than tho first again rllli I should bo la my grate I hare gained la room dragging tho uufortunato coachBut it isnt for any regard of him Sho is black in tho faco from his chok- - man by tho collar weight from HT a year ago to 170 pounds to day keep silent Dont mistako mo i ing hands Sho is dead now Dyo Seo that I Maxey ho asked do you fool there But for that accursed Jowl might Ho is dragging her back upon tho bed competent to deal vVl this man today havo been well and respectablo Quick Hocallstoyou Alight What Tho artist smiled jily I pratso Hoods Snrsaparllla for It alL Wm E with a home n wife children perhaps is ho doing A match to guide him whilo Very well kccpliim hero till I como OiiEExnoLTZ 1812 Hanover St Baltimore Md How docs it turn out My wifo dies of ho arranges her dead hands Devilish back I shall bo gono but a moment a broken heart I am an outcast Tho devilish cunning What a monster is Hoods Tho door was closed and locked La biliousness Pills cure llrcr Ills constipation only child I over had sho whom I rear Jaundice sick headache Indigestion this Jow A step on tho Btairl Run mar ran down into tho street ed from hor infancy I cannot look in quickly Dye and lock tho door Es A singlo glaico to tho left and tho cape Wlijro How By tho window to right along tho lighted way showed him llevo ill nnjlhiigr1 tho face I am a broken tottering wretch Bocanse it will causo mo to think of and all through him Do you wonder tho roof and so out of tho reach of all that tho place was wholly deserted Tho pursuit Thcro is pounding nnd calling cold night wind from tho river smoto a dangerous subject Oh dear I wish I then that I killed him Do you wonder There was that affair on tho sea at tho door They will break it in him in the faco Ho hurried down tho had novcr touched that picture It was so foolish of mo I might havo known road I told him that sho know a part Quick quick now Who will go first steps and up to the main avenua IL of tho secret Ho got whito with rage Tho Jow Oh ye tho Jew tho great A number of vehicles wcro passing in it would havo led to this But tho idea and I cringed before him Ho held mo and important Jew I either direction but thero waa no car- Â¬ fascinated mo so after it occurred to me to blamo for it Cursohiml What had riago standing by tho curb ns far as ho that I wuj almost forced to it Julian What is your lifo worth you cur do yon deslro it very very much I done I havo kept you alivo all theso besido his Ho moves in society Whcro could sea Sho looked at him wistfully as if sho years You havo lived on my bounty aro you Tho window is open Ho stands Still ho did not feel quito satisfied fondly dacd to hope that howpuld tako you miserable curl ho said Yes gen- Â¬ upon tho sill Ho is climbing Ho will Ho went along to tho next street extend No No At last Dye tho ing to tho river parallel with Bulla- - pity on her manifest distress nnd say na tlemen ho called mo a cur So I was escape too You couldnt blamo him for that whisky has done its work You aro no voino placa When ho reached tho cor Â¬ But ho was immovabla Ho was right But it enraged mo to hear longer a crouching sycophant Striko ner his pulso gave a great leap I not only desire it very much but him say it I knew I was but ho mado now Now or never Seo him strugglo A closo carriapo was drawn up by tho I consider it of cxtrcmo importance to mo so Oh to havo strangled him then to keep his hold See him losing Bidewalk u little way down toward tho the happiness of us both that you an Â¬ and therol Then ho said Yon go homo strength bit by bit against thoso fear- Â¬ river Tho horcs wcro covered with swer mo fully and freely and como again when I havo thought ful odds Ho cannot long hold out Dye blankets and tho drivers seat was vaAnd when I havo lono so you will about it That is what I did just what you havo a giants strength if you are cant A dozen rapid steps mid Lamars novcr refer to it again ho told me always his slavo and his old and worn out through him beforo hand was on tho door of tho carriaga I promiso you Annette never tool your time Go cursed Jew You have Tho lmndlo tumul and ho was peering Ho scaled his promiso with a kiss Then when I camo again ho says torn his desperato fingers from their in Tho young wifo clasped her arms with that devilish mnilo of his It is all hold and tliero in tho darkness ho is A street lamp on tho other sido of tho about her husbands neck and said to right Dyo my boy Wo must wrifj a going down over anil over to tho end way showu through tho opposito win him letter from that Hapgood woman Shod Tho Jow is dead Tho Jew is dead Then Julian dear I will open my dows and dimly illnminated tho into 1x3 likely to boliovo in her Mr Dyo rose up His oyc which rior Wo mnt get Wholo heart to yon For yon to under her out of tow u to somo lonely place had more and more as ho went on as Lamar saw a woman closely veiled stand my thoughts and feelings on tho Tho SomcrsU road will da I havo sumed a steady look ahead fixed on the Sho was reclining in a corner but when subject I must talk about you ought to thought it all out What for what for vacant wall in front of him tho door opened sho started forward and know a Httlo episode in my childhood Both Maxeyand tho physician accomBecauso it is necessary old Jow My mother Mrs Dyo was an intelliejaculated in a tremulous voico gent nnd thinking woman Httlo given Thats cnongli Let us bring her to tho panied him simultaneously each with a John nea road Tuesday night I will bo in a strong grasp on an arm They did not Dr Lamar know that voica A shiver to superstitions of any sort and sho was sleigh yon on foot Sho will wait by know what in his delirious stato ho went through him Thero was a dull very particular that I r thl not grow tho sido of tho road You will walk might bo impelled to do Ho only spoke feeling at his heart Ho did not utter a up with any silly notlouj about such in past If all is well yon will givo mo out mockingly word Ho did not movo n muscle Thero subjects in my head But ouo time Jow Jew Felix Roscnfel tho Jew tho word as you seo mo driving by If GUSTON when I was about 15 years old she be- Teachers Association was a dead silenco all is not well you will not givo mo tho riso np out of your plaeo in tho cold Tho veiled flguro shrank back with The forks of Rough Magisterial Dis- Â¬ Is visiting relatives Miss Eva Carrigan word and I will go up tho road a pieco water and daro to say that I havoliedl an instinctivo fear and tho light from trict Association met at Glendeane Sat- Â¬ in Louisville Ho was silent n minute His body bo and turn and como back till you say to tho street lamp fell npou his faca A W J Stith of Bewlejville Is visiting urday Nov 3rd 1804 and was called to camo rigid and then convulsiva Ye yes nil very well mo go on piercing scream camo from behind tho order by the County Supt with a few Their combined strength was barely veil devilish Jew but what for what for friends in Loulsvillo Aro you insane that you question mo sufficient to hold him His wholo framo We had a little snow Saturday winter remarks when the Welcome Address Tho figuio cat quito motionless upon bocamo contorted and crying out in a You do yoifc part Lcavo mo to mine was given by Mr W B Burton in the will be here by and by tho seat There ho comes There Well well my sweet Felix I havo terrible voice Fostcllo said Lamar in a low tone Miss Blanche Osborne has just recov- Â¬ absence of Prof J II Pile by mutual ho comes Ho is thero on tho carpet done much for you No doubt my lovo consent It was a very able and pleas- Â¬ ered from the measles ho fell back froth for you is very great but nm I a mon- wot and dripping Mixoy answered tho knock at tho G Anderson shipped two of ant discourse and was highly appreci- Â¬ J ster Am I utterly without soul Has iug at tho mouth door iiutantly Tho doctor was very ated by all who were present cattle to Loulsvillo Saturday your tyrranoua heel crushed out every pale but ho was perfectly calm CHAPTER XX spark of tho man in me Will I deliver Tho members present were Miss Lutie J R Baakett our clever butcher Is Whcro havo you bceu so long cried WAN AND JUSTNESS up an innocent girl who trusts mo No doing a good business in the meat lino Moorman Miss Katie Board R T Las Maxoy and Dr Lamar exchanged tho artist a thousand times no old Jowl Aro you Little Lillie NefT who has had asovero lie Clifton Howard A well prepared Bidding goodby to an old friend going daft Dont you know what my looks of alarm attack of measles Is much better at this paper waa read by Miss Katie Board on was tho solemn response Maxoy lot What is this tho artist whispered power is Havo you forgotten Dalo and the subject Is too much attempted in writing this man go Thero is nothing at all Lamar answered I forget nothing Boliovo mo tho rcsj against him Mrs Lucinda Stiths houso is nearing our school work Death yet my memory is very very good Ah Dr Lamar turned to tho coachman When Clifton Howard and K L Las completion and will be an ornament to So suddenly Is it possible proud Jow somo day that memory may Go John He responded with some good sugges- Â¬ I do not mean that ho is dead but and added in a low voice the town cost yon something But now you shall that ho has not long to live I would and diivo your mistress noma bo deflod You dont mean to defy mo Misses Emily and Ermine Munford tions on school discipline aud school gov You want something What do you not givo n piuchof snuff for his chances who have been visiting in Louisville re- Â¬ ernment Also many questions of vital Muxcy averted her glance When an officious personage who What aro wo to do want Your promiso your solemn interest in regard to grading our schools turned home Friday came interested in a book on spiritualnot tell the servant his businoss Botter tako him to tho hospital at would promise that sho shall not bo harmed sho picked up in a second Â¬ Hanging rabbits seeroa to be all tho and the best plans to use to bring the ism clso I am dona Harm Who said harm onco It will not harm him to movo called at Mrs Forsythos honso tho noxt hand which book store Sho did not toll mo all rago at present The small boy is learn- Â¬ best resulta You wrong ma I do not wish her ill him Ho cannot remain hora no will morning ho found tho placo in confu- Â¬ thought and folt iu tho matter ing to economize so far as ammunition is There being no further business as to I wish only to talk to her Oh I shall not bo long in that swoon and then ho sion After somo pcrsisteuco ho was that sho I am very Burc but I could plainly ob concerned A resolution was passed may bo violent Let mo call tho janitor shown into tho prcseuco of tho honso ehe program tako oxccllont caro of her I shall bo keeper of whom ho desired to learn serve a gradual alteration in her ways lletolved kind and gentlo to her Of that you and havo n carriago brought Miss Gertrude Odbornc who has been That we the teachers of and looks and ouo day sho noarjy fright Lamar stepped to tho entrance which when ho should call again havo my promise Dye old boy Of that ened mo to death by going into what I very sick of measles and a threatened this Magisterial Association assembled Not at all returned tho houso you may rest assured Old Jow you communicated directly with tho outer attack of typhoid fever is getting along extend our symbdthles to the Vice Prea Madam has gono away afterward found was called tho trance smila But I am serious This is no corridor In n twinkling ho had turned keeper coldly Milton Coke and all tho teachers who on a long visit Sho sat up all night stata First sho became rigid nnd then nicely and wo hope will soon be strong tho key and opened tho door whim of mina Ill hear your oath Ho spasmodic and at last sho began to talk enough to get around tho house failed to give us their attendance and Â¬ making arrangements for thosettloment A man who had been standing suspi Bwcars it then Felix Roscnfel tho Jew voices I was utterly una iu Dr Baxter Is bo overcome with joy on wish them success in the school room lays his hand in mino and swears ho ciously near tho threshold drow back in of her affairs hera Tho furniture is to bio unnatural to recognizo iny mother and I was account of the Republican yictory that while they are teaching that ixtra day bo stored mid all tho servants havo been consternation will not harm an innocent child given a months pay Tho houso will bo terrified that I nui out for a doctor he dont know what to do with himself as a punishment for no attendance This man was respectably dressed What next Wo aro on tho road Fortunotely tho physician was a kind His coat was buttoned up about his positively be closed The meeting adjourned at 1 p m In and thcro sho is aloua Ouco wo try He occasionally takes a hunt but is so Thcro was another person in tho city sympathetic mail Instead of laughing nervously happy lie neck and his hat drawn down over his Twico wo try Passers always At lastl cant even scaro he haimnny to await the call of the Vice who went quietly to bed overnight but at my alarm ho not ouly quieted my eyes Ho looked liko a well to do coachMy hand is waved That is tho signal Prea No day being fixed fears for tho timo nnd somewhat ex rabblta who in tho morning could not bo found Third timo wins Sleigh stops I hear man A Member plained tho matter to mo but bo gavo Prof Allen Stith has just purchased a It was tho pretty Miss Stevenson Tho instant ho saw Lamar ho put up nothing I am seized with a terror I To the chairman of Trustees and mo words of caution nnd advico for tho now buggy Its a beauty girls but you his hand as if to shiold his face and Â¬ ought to look back but no I am a cowfuturo whioh I havo novcr forgotten shall have to use your most magnetic Teachers The Chairman will please CHAPTER XXI ard I begin to run What aro you run Â¬ turned to run If you dont wish your mother to smiles in order to secure a seat by the send mo the monthly reports of formor Tho physician was too quick for him THE rOWKKB WOItK ning from up tho whito road in tho cold Ouo afternoon Maxey sought n private frighten you this way again seo that side of th handsome young driver of months taught when they sign the next with tho snow all about you cur Dyo In two strides ho had como up with him sho reads no more of tho sort of litera- Â¬ audience with his wifa Go back and watch over that innocent the vehicle as ho has a very vivid im certificate be sure the teacher presents Annette dear I want you to tell ture sho has indulged iu latoly and that chjM Your cowardice killed your wife agination and if noted for his loyalty to his monthly Report for your examina- Â¬ sho goes to no more sittings I havo me something ruined your Ufa Now what Go back questioned her and from what sho tolls tho young lady down tho road It Is too tion aud havo him to present the report Is it somothlng about this mysteri with his certificate Teachers please and watch over that innocent child Â¬ far to drive over for her very often but ous affair that everybody has been so ab Â¬ mo together with her evident tempera bring Tho Jow is merciless Tho Jow is unment and present health I And that this doubtless you will often see him the sole with or send me the monthly reportÂ¬ sorbed in of lato Tho honso for tho last the chairmans certificate and prescrupulous What aro his promises sensitive if not dangerous condition occupant of that new bupgy fow days has been full of hush his own sent your certificate of Institute attenddont into which sho has brought hcrsolf is What aro his oaths Go back and watch question mo all in good timo and happy thoughta keeping him company ance to tho chairman so I willjnot have over that innocent child It rings in Â¬ to inform him that you have one other such oxasperating answers until I owing entirely to on unhealthy broodyour cars till you no longer daro go on James Adams one of the frequent vising Surely you can A DniSKBLt Supt am quito resigned never Jo bo ourious givoon one subject You turn back Dye tho coward turns her somo medicine then I satd to itors at T J CundifTadrugstoiein help Â¬ again la it about this back No Jow there Only tho whito Theragle the king of all birds is no- Â¬ him that will euro her No my dear ing himself to what ho supposed was Perhaps Httlo ona Who cau toll cold road and tho dash of tho water girl ho replied this matter is boyond something to make the inner man feel ted for ita keen sight clear and distinct It is nbont that fancy portrait that you What is this in tho snow A shawl I exuberant accidentally got hold of a bot- Â¬ vision So aro those persons who uso sketched I want you to tell mo all medlcina Sho thinks tho world of you tle of aqua ammonia and drank half a Her shawl Look well at it with strain Yon can restore her to health botter than Sutherlands Eaglo Eye Salve for weak about tho origin and development of any ouo ing oyoH and a choking brcatlu Whore beforo ho discovered his mistake olsa Try to interest hor in oth pint doeo that idea was a Httlo severe but Jim eyes styes gore eyes of any kindorgran Tho is sho Whcroisshc coward fool dupe er things Onco get her mind out of its heroically stood ulated lids Sold by all dealers For He To to tho cliff and At tho mention of tho portrait Mrs idiot whoro is sho present unhealthy rut of thought and and his lacrymal itglands looks a little pale sale oven yet the by Short Maxoy bocamo visibly distressed Haynes Cloverport look over Go close closo up and look you will have no more trouble Theso tears come when he thinks of hisletmira- Â¬ Has Dr Lamar influenced you to thiugs aro entirely nervous in their ori- Â¬ over Therol Do you hear that That is Di R II McMullin McDanlels M culous escape oak mo that Julian tho water But that other that moanMeyer Co Durasj Geo Heyser Con gin The only way to euro them is by Maxoy averted his glanca 27tc pi yslcfan teat too tflilck for Ulnu ing fceblo utterance That is a spirit A Taylor Rosetta stantlne allaying tho excitement Drury Iu tho cud I tmnnmnnmwwwnmwwm Ho has killed her I Do you hear that and laid n grip of iron upon his shoal Why no dear only it was a very found the physician had told tho I could Co Bewley ville Ky W E get relief Bennelt truth Btrango picture for a young girl for you As long as my mothor Dye Tho Jow hits killed herl No won der from a most horrl continued to bo Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols der you put your ilugors in your oars ble blood disease I It is of no uso John said tho doc- Â¬ know you aro only a girl yet Anuetta excited about and interested iu Spirit and runl Bun run run I Across tho tor I know you I want to bo sure that it is not somo ualistio Manifestation sho waa llablo to hld fMnf utnHr I Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring floM and np tho road to stumblo to ui uuiuua i n i inu various remedies Oh for GodH sakol tho follow thlng you onco saw and forgot tho trances But when by my old and and physicians none of which did me fall and then push on again with your pleaded in avoico of terror Saw In tho flosh do you mean Let mo out her own determined efforts she had acDeaths CalL any goou my iipger nails came off Maxoy started and looked at his young customed herself to think lingers in your cars You cannot shut of tills I shall bo killed of other things and my hair came out leaving me Hon J S Worthams little daughter wifo with a troubled glanca it out You cannot drown its cry Tho Indeed Who will kill you tho traucos loft her and never rotnmod 1 perfectly bald then went to Bessie departed life last Tuesday even That is a stnuigo question Annotte Jew has killed her and iter spirit moans Tho man at ouco became muto but Julian dear J supposo you will say it NovertholoM sho was very grave and ia silly and girlish Ing at 530 She was the youngest and wrings its lunula and all through ho trembled but I have an unyou Iteniumbor this coward Dyo Look Now John wild tho physician in earnest iu what she said Sho continued controllable horror and dread of these Hoping to be cured bv this celebrated daughter of Mr and Mrs Worthara and back over your jiast lifo and think of a qulot tone you aro going to tell mo in a tremulous voico treatment but very soon became ber death brings aadueea and gloom to a things Thoy frighten ma I could con My husband do you boliovo iu an- - celvo of no worso fate than to replace disgusted and decided to TRY tho ambitious beginning and tho pitiful tho truth or yon will low your situation family who loved her and the friends paritions me enect wm end Good family tilonts education tomorrow You know this man Dye tho Bunshlne of my life with tho dark and acquaintances who knew and deeply truly wonderful Annette But still whoro aro you Ami all through I sir tho man oxcluluiod with on iieaa and gloom of a mind tortured by sympathised with the bright little girl in commenced to re- Do you want your wife to believe in such specters long how long shall ho go air of astonishment him How and my foar is greater cover arter taking her suffering She was tea years of age on clcspisiug you trampling on you It is useless for you to affect sur Â¬ them because I fancy I am predisposed to such the first bottle and hv thi tim I hJl The funeral services took plaee at the He with hk dovilish face mid black prise You aro caught you see What Of course I dont thlURH fureJ by S S S hn the worM black lwart Wait wxxl Dya Wait wero yoii doing horo Christian church yesterday morning at Then do not question me TO BB CONTINUED Ho Springs hJ fillx Do not be impatient Tho moment coined Â¬ looking around sir That U Thin introduction la highly calculat Only ten oclock Rev W J Loos pastor of WM S IOOMIS Sbrmport U She is not iktil Slie lives She lives ed to allay a mans curiosity all sir a I hope to live In the The U Reports Oar Book em U DIM4M uid It TrMtaM the church oflkiating The interment UU1 lr it my yum Dys you must watch the house Hum Well now John it is of no name of goodness Annette what do yoa took placa at the Titoaw cemetery skew Royal Baking Paw4r WirrSPKCtTiOOOAiiaataai the howm in tlio jukt street You must use I will tell you plainly that it luu mean How Is the were fact of my qaaa mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Grayson Gaaatts toll Um Jew all who go in wui h Q auHwhtMmU tttara litvm know to w Uiat pojuebody in Meuiu yoa going to oanae you to be toiur -- r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ftS ASSOCIATION Mixed Old No lduok hand picked i ndlana Nary Old or Common and colored FEATIIER8 Trims white goeie Michigan to 22 I 7 to 2 00 1 00 to T20 i s 20 Q 15 to 1 2 ffi fO 2 Squltrell Green food Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep ikln Roo tera per lb nbblU UAMB 1 JO to I 1 Hides t 3 2i - to 75 50 4 3 6 JjT 10 U 30 J 1 J2U POULTRY Hem per lb n 6 X 1 10 Spring Chlckeni per doz it2 to DRIED APPLES AND PEACHKa Applet choice bright quarters to Applea arerage yt to 5 Applet old i ii Peachei new WOOL Peaohei old Tub washed Qteaie One Qreaie coara Merino Barry and Cot 4 to 6 Â¬ HoodsCures 21 15 13 10 10 i i MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeiwax Sorghum 30 I HAY GRAIN FEED We quote price to day on LouitTillo OATS No 2 oati HAY 32 15 Molatiei Â¬ wharf city Â¬ Strictly cholco Choice No 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw- CORN holoe white Choice ihelled Â¬ 10 SO 13 00 11 00 fa 12 00 10 00 11 00 47 50 - IVi 48 4 00 3 50 Â¬ Light ihipplng Beit Butcher Good to extra thtpplng CATTLE 4 25 3 75 3 40 3 00 4 80 4 84 6 50 under4 75 2 1 3 05 Medium to good butcher I10US Cholco packing and butcher Fair to good Rough ShoaU and plgi 100 lbs and 3 25 5 CO 4 90 6 74 5 00 2 25 2 50 4 75 4 00 SHEEP 1 Â¬ Good to extra ihipplng Fair to good LAMBS Oood to extra spring to good Fair 0 2 71 4 50 2 5 Â¬ taaftimyffaaLYaaa Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Ws JiyY means so much more than ryou imagine serious and latal diseases result from triflinrr ailments neglected In Poor Health Dont r greatest play with Natures gift health put oj sorts weak and generally ex Â¬ hausted nervbus hae no appetite and cant work oegiii at oncctaic- llltr tit A nnt r1lfl i an Ifjouarefecliifc Browns Iron Bitters INeurnlirln r - tttih a nil pleasant to take wont itaiit tles cure benefit comes from the erv first dose it trs Me strengthening n raicinewnicnis Hi own a Iron Bit A few bot jtur Its Â¬ It Cures Kidney nnd Liver TroublesBad DIood Constipation Malaria Â¬ Â¬ iliUM Fair Ilneson lliawrantirr c Nervous ailments Womens complaints ly he penuine A It l10 Iwosc rco lfihT has crossed red stamps atiH uo MD 08T SV VI wt and loc DROWN CHEMICAL CO EUTIMORE ajtfAtfAv BE8riN OlMUTV IN QUANtlTY Â¬ Â¬ Q vermifuge 20 EVERY WHITES CREAM FOR YEARS Has led all WORM Romadles BOTTLE GUARANTEED1 Â¬ Â¬ SOU BY ALT UKUGOLSTH rrtparril kr Kicniansox aiuuixt ro bt tons Louisville St Louis Â¬ 4 Texas R Â¬ IfcTO TIME Taking HlfcGt SCHEDULE At 600 oclck A If Sunday Dsc WmI Bound Train 61 3 Mall A 22 J Co 1 Â¬ 17JG3 tvjflP lit vff Â¬ ttxprs Dally Â¬ SaitBoundlFraun 6t M Mall STATIONS Kxprs Kxpr Hally Kentucky St 6 SOpin Ota WUnn ptar pWjsSlJ 814 Â¬ BEFORE 80 8 43 9 36 9 31 900 907 917 Â¬ Brandenburg Irvington iveoaicr I Hoc Haven Long Branch K ron Guston Weit Iolnt Howard 12 U60m 30 7 Iv yiA 2spi Â¬ Â¬ HOT SPRINGS 30 1038 1038 103d 10 10W 01 Vis 9M Sttphcntport Cloverport Shops M Iraan Lodlburg-Pierce SliiiDlfl tea 050 l0lt 1008 Ui ii ton 9 tot I 1 na S Ooyt r4 Owensboro Hawstvllle Jetrle ralcofl Lewftpott Powers PaUe 914 i j j ir w i immS 1 i f mi it sV a 4fi m l 8 401 I I MoW Wfcrtalngioa Kaaiia Stanley SpotUvIlk 7 1 rUea4trea aiatti iLIL j wim mmmw2tj RQRfirf zk 1MB1W OHxOVRR6feT Clk 6 A Temple of Artf A rtfEi 1 d Ls - Ai XV A jrC 1 0 fWZffiIruDSK IrfSSSSL rriTw r a tSf----rf-- -i- fr-- Jlid Monday nlgtit Tho Courier Jou nal prints thn following nottro of tier Mrs Angellno M McClure death aged Hixty hiim yean died at her homo In Ji llfisonvlllc Inst night after a lin- Â¬ gering illness Showastho wife of Dr laId McCluro and was a devoted mem ber of M Pauls Episcopal clmrih of Ji HVreotnlllo She was one of tho foun ders of the Orphans U0111 In that city ami was for nine years tho Secretary of Mrs McClure tho Hoard of Manngcrs wan born In Charleston Intl In ISJi nnd A reiunwil to Mleraonvllle In 18it husband two sons and 0110 daughter but ivti her They aro Dr C Jt McClure Dr Sidney McCluro and Mrs Thomas Sparks Â¬ Â¬ PERSONAL Jack Mls Veil went to Lculsvllle yestutdiy Alllo Jonet li visiting rcUtites lisra Mr Wm II11 Sr of Webster ia in the cltT Mr John Burn and wife were Thursday In Loulsrllle Â¬ J Jullut Nolle tnad ville Thursday lhllo D Hawkins the oitr yesterday a business trip to Louis of Union Star latesvlllo was In jgaBi Not for a Day but for all Time Memories of the White City are fading all but one Majestic in its beauty the Palace of Art survives to remind mankind of wonders departed Triumphant over fire and tempest the stately structure stands beside the lake dedicated forever to the service of the people As a gallery of paint- Â¬ ing and sculpture it surprised and delighted the nations As the Fields Columbian Museum it will entertain and instruct multitudes in the ages to come A Worlds Fair in miniature is the museum to day While it lasts the public will have before them a vivid re Â¬ minder of the greater exposition of 1893 It will bring back the vast panorama of splendid exhibits including the fine showing made by Mr T S lullinm Louisville Thursday went to Judge Murray and Dr S B Adklsson went to Louisville Thursday Mrs Frank Fralte and her ion went to Louisville yesterday Freddie Mr J T F Owen wai in the city yesterday enruuto home from Lalluo county Mrs Fannie Hoard of Qarfiold guest of Mrs Owen Kaitt last week was tho Mr A J Alexander writes to hare bis paper changed from Lakota to Louisville Mr V J Carman Garfield was visiting his brother Mr Ucnry Carman last week Mr M Ilambleton and wife left yesterday to visit relatives at Henderson and on Orecn river Mr D S Moore and wife representing tho Singer Fewing Machine Company are at the Cloverport Hotel Mr Geo A Wilson Assistant Cashier of the Hancock Deposit Hank llawesvllle was in tho city Monday Mrs LaFayctte Orecn of the Falls of Rough was the guest of Mrs Emily Helm this week Kliiibetbtowu News Mrs V C Ilrandon and children of Hen Â¬ derson will bo the guests of Mrs J W Hattt for a few days this week Mr Jos Talbutt has returned from a busi ness trip of several months to Missouri and E Izibethtown News Katsas Miss Lady Clarkson of Big Spring passed up on the train Wednesday from a visit to Mrs II II Urasbear Oweneboro Mrs L D Addison of Addison accompan Â¬ will be the ied by her cousin of Louisville guests of Mayor and Mrs J A Barry Fri- Â¬ day Mrs Eliu Webb and Mrs Dr Graham Louisville Capt Frank Lander and wife Mr It S Skillman and wife llawesrille Hardintburg Mr Jas O Stephens and wife Mrs W D and Mrs W E Minor Addison Holt Mrs Virgil Hardin Holt Mrs Dow Â¬ Hardinsburg nier and Mr Alfred Miller were here Thursday to attend the the funeral of young A II Skillman Dr Prices Cream Baking- Powder - The analysis of Dr Prices by government experts demonstrated its immeasurable superiority in leavening strength purity and general excellence and gained for it the Highest Award ATTORNEY Office at the Fair Gus Brown CLOVERPORT KY with AT LAW East end of Iron Bridge David R Murray Breckenridge K News 14 1894 WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER iocal brevities Trilby at Babbagos New neckweai at Babbafjes Bnbbagea box X mas candles Sweet mixed pickles at Rledels The fruit depot is at Riedel Cos The most complete lino of groceries at Flannel shirts at Babbages X mas X mas at Babbages New pickles at tho City Bakery Llllards tobacco on tap Vests Tickled pigs feet at Riedol Cos Cloverport tobacco on sale at Vests Underwear to suit your purso at Bab-bages The finest box candies can bo had at Babbages Squirrels aud rabbits aro plentiful in this market Underwear to keep out tho chilly breeze Sulzors Russel rubbers to match shoes aro the latest in footwear Pigs feet pickles and crackers 5 cents Pophams Saloon Fir t o- - m Go to tho City Bakery for currants nice clean and fresh No flies on tho meat at tho Perfection Meat Shop Stader Hail X mas is coming lookout for a nice lino of seasonable goods at Vests Half of your llfo will bo gone If you fall to seo Babbagos X mas goods Woolens Blankets underwear hosi ery for cold weather wear at Vests Lunch at all hours open all night Wo have lost our keys Pophams Saloon Why bother with making bread when you can get it hot every day at tho City Bakery Leave your order for a thanks turkey at tho perfection meat shop Stader Hall Why do peoplo trade with Vest Threo words toll tho story Qua nlty Quality and Prices Old leaky shoes makes wealthy docÂ¬ tors have you seen our line of warm Sulzers comfort giving shoes Whatever you do dont forget to renow your subscription The label on your paper tells you exactly how you stand B II Bates who has been in Illinois for tho past six months at workron a farm returned to his homo at Mattingly last week r Now is tho time nearly ovory one needs a pair of gloves and it is to your inter Â¬ est to ba suited Remembor that Bab bage has tho best assortment Only a fow mora weeks until our Xmas oponing which will bo bigger and Wo are making a better than ever ralglity effort In our clothing stock to re duco It to get space Sulzjrs Mr Taply Buckwilli lias accepted the ageucy of tho Singer Sewing Machinu Company for Breckenildge and Made counties with headquarters In this city eeato Sukers Ilia ofllce is next door to F Fralze His The only real sporty house In town is family will bo here this week Poplwma saloou if you dont see what The News la ia nrelpt of a neately 3fyU want ask for It and we will send out chase It In for you Fopliana printed invitation to tho grand opening of tie Sunlight Hotel Oannelton Indr Saloon This Is Wak to morrow Thursday Do yH ever say a good word for the Pohld new house and it k one of the tfcws7 Does it ever fall to say a good fiandeoRwet and most ooaveident hotels word for you when the occasion presents In tle pho Valley We are sorry wo fywH You have a neighbor perhaps cant be present to enjoy the kind hospi Â¬ wIm m bH wbeoribw Maylw a tality of the genial --beat but we wW womI hem you would be Just the thing May the hlw eueeeee all the same Tryk Sunlight never eeeee to nitiae and Ve the pleasant abkliug pkeo or many a The weary traveler ott the road hmklmg powOtr tUtowwef j Mm Airs Boyd reeeiveil the and intel ligence yeeUtnby at Ike dUn o4 hex MM H Xlt tie Vests Something to eat where will I buy It At Vests Hunters can find gloves sultablo at Babbages Constantly kept all of the magazines at Babbagos Vest receives a telegram from Santa Claus every day Stationery anything in this lino can be found at Babbagoa Santa Claus will be in full trim for tho little ones at Babbages Will sell New American sewing ma Â¬ chines at cost M Haraman Tarte France Nov 14 Sulzers I gall to day for Now York Santa Claus Our cloaks still the talk of tho city pie prices mako them go Sulzsrs X mas X mas I X mas Dont fail to visit us during the holidays Vests Just received a lot of sofa lounges and rockers at hard tlmo prices M Ham man A cup of hot colleo and some dough Â¬ nuts mako a good lunch Try it at tho City Bakery We are ncarlng the end of the Blir Stacks of clothing dont Walt oryou will bo left Sulzers Frank Smart returned last week from a two months trip in Missouri and Kan 8as buying apples Grafton Cunningham Is In Western New York sick with typhoid fever He went over there to buy apnles MrII 0 Knapp representing the Iiv Jngton Milling Company Irvington was here Monday talking flour to our mer- Â¬ chants Weather man ought to know when he bajh Its going to be the hardest winter or years get Into one of the warm over 1 Church News Regular services at tho Baptist elm ch next Sunday A now organ was placed in St Rose church last week Thirteen colored people wero baptized in tho river hero Sunday Tho Epworth League held another interesting service last Sunday nignt Rev Alexander Xludsay of Lexing ton preached an interesting sermon in tho Presbyterian church last Sunday Tho members of Holts Chapel havo just completed some very much needed repairs on that beautiful little church Tho services of Rev B M Bogard of Fulton Ky have been secured to assist in tho protracted meeting to begin in the Baptist church here tho fourth Sun Â¬ day in this month There will be a called meeting of tho members of the Baptist church at tho regular prayer meeting service to night for tho purpose of taking steps to organ- Â¬ ize a young peoples meeting Tho prottactcd meeting atHoltsChap el closed last Thursday night The services wero well attended from the beginning to tho close Thirteen pro- Â¬ fessed faith in Christ and joined tho church and wero all baptised aud re- Â¬ ceived into full fellowship with tho ihurch nt the last service of tho meeting Two children wero baptised Wo now have a membership of forty two with a good Sunday School and two weekly prayer meetings Â¬ S GShelusv 111 Judge Murray Judge John Allen Murray Is confined to ids home and bed and is very feeble Tho Judge has been in feoblo health for more than a year and hardly ablo to got around Ho has just come out of a hard canvass and tho excitement and anxiety of the campaignNias Icept him up to serene extent but now that it is over he Itas given down and was compelled to take his Ixul yesterday Ho says him self that ho ia a vory sick man aud ho fears he worat has coma The News hopes as do many of his friends that lie may be restored to health and strength aud be a well man yet Â¬ From lakota Â¬ rail V Worths fair Tests D 0 Herndou in renewing his subscription writes Change my paper to Have ust epant three Boston Mass months with my sister Mrs Sterrett In lakota She has three of the loveliest girk I ever saw aud two bright boys one jtwt 21 years old They all enjoy read ittg the Nkws While there I had the pteereof shootlngMO prairie chickens ael dtteks and seeing my tenant threeh out 17000 bushels of grain from my DW4 form Since leaving hre HuUWo who ia well known la Breck enridge county baa died I will spend the winter in Beaton fo gajtle to my Irienda Ir toPHceA fieitfh ant tfnnortll of A B Skill hftottrrtnKB tMBSED nv the rtpitJJorTitp UOVCRIflllT limit MllOOl Want J- It is Indeed with deep sorrow that wo One of tho saddest tjealhn ami funprnM that lias ocuurred in this city for 11 long aro called upon to record tho deathof our tlmo was that of A 1J Skillman Jr who much esteemed and dearly beloved class Â¬ died last Wednesday morning nnd was mate A B Fklllman Jr Recognizing in him n leading member buried Thursday afternoon at J oclock A II as he Mas funlllarly called was of our claso an honored young man lov a bright young bo just entering man ed by nil who knew him therefore bo hood and was not only n favorite in his It limited that In his death our class has family but was loved by all his associ- Â¬ lost n kind generous friend Ho was kind nnd respectful to his ates That his energy and talent In the pro patents and to everyono with whom ho In contact and as Bro Rutledgo gress of his studies will bo greatly missed came remarked at his funeral nono know by us That ho shed a ray of sunshine where him but to love him Tho sympathy of the entire community goes out to his ever he went aud his kind acts and de- Â¬ heart stricken paents brothers nnd sis votion to duty will remain green in the hearts of his schoolmates and teacher ters in their great loss That wo tendtr our sympathy to his Tho funeral was tho largest over wit Â¬ nessed In this city Tho services were bereaved family in their great aflllction That wo wlllcmulato his life and so conducted by Rov W B Rutledga as Â¬ sisted by Rev S G Shelley nnd Dr J B livo that when our time comes wo wil Cottrell Tho pall bearers wero W S be prepared to meet with him as a class Bowmer John McUnvock Jr Vic Bow In Heaven incr Harry Moorman Jack Moorman Dearest loved one ctasc thy weeping He Is resting tree from care and Orvillo Gregoiy Safe within the Heavenly mansion rm corrnKLis AtinnRss lie Is waiting for us there Dr Cottrell in tho course of his re- Â¬ Iar beyond cribs pain and trouble In a brighter home aboc marks at tho funeral said To speak words that aro healing to When the warfare here Is ended We will meet the one we loved of hurt of human hearts is a privilege and a Mamie DkIIavkn pleasuro above possibility of estimate iSAtME UHFOORV What the heart from impulso of genuine all Com Ernest Bovn Amu Oeizb sympathy qualifies the tongue to speak PitocTon Keith on occasion of grief such as is now ex perienced by this stricken family nnd household is of tho nature of that vica- Â¬ TWO JAIL BIRDS rious ministration of lovo In which on mans behalf tho ultimate of anguish transpired in Gethseineny and on Cal- Â¬ Como Within An Ace of Going Scott vary An Apostle in cxperienco of that Comfort-giving-Goo- ds Froo From tho Jail at to which the faith and fellowship of gos- Â¬ Hardinsburg pel brotherhood lifts us ventured so sublime an ulteranco as that ho rejoiced in his sufferings for tho Colossian decip les filling up that which was behind of Jailor DoJornetto Stops In Just in tho nflllctlons of Christ In his flesh for Timo To Save Ills bodys sake which was the church Them It Is only as Jovo vibrates tho cords of our being that wo come into this privil- Â¬ ege of royal sympathy realizing tho hal Â¬ SMITH AND WILIIOYTE THE LADS lowing and enobling elTect of participat Â¬ ing with stricken ones in grief caused by Pat Smith and Monroe Wilhoyte two bereavement It is not to dissuade from sorrowing wo condole with our friends jnil birds came within an aco of making but tho rather Is it that wo may aid them their escnpo from jail last Thursday to moro copious weeping through ex- Â¬ But for tho timely appearance of jailer pression of our solicitude for them In DeJernette in the hull that sunotinds their cxperienco of tho mystery tho bit- Â¬ the cells in tho jail Thursday at II terness of berenvement draws upon them oclock Smith nnd Wilhoyto would As a Redcimcr did not dlo to exempt us doubtless havo been freo men in a few from dying but the rather to cnablo us hours Mr DeJernetto took Mr Dow ell to die and through death to acquaint us and another man up to show them tho with tho ecstacy of sharper experiences jail Thursday When DeJernetto mi of life even to what a creature may know loclod the door that opens into the jail ho saw Smith dodge around the corner of that which is the felicity of the Divine Father and Son in unity of tho of ono of tho cells out in tho hall Dc spirit so do we quicken anguished hearts Jernetts suspicions wcroatonco arouswith keener knowledge of their woe ed Ho couldnt undotstand how Smith through betilficonco of spontaneous tin got out of tho cell for tho main door that calculating utterance in sympathetic opens into tho hall along which the cells fellowship of sorrow The most appal- Â¬ aro arranged was always kept securely DeJernetto marched Smith ling ordeal was accounted by an Apos- Â¬ locked tle light and brief working for him a back Into his coll and then an investiga- Â¬ far moro exceeding and eternal weight tion was mado Smith told DeJernetto how ho opened the big iron door Smith of glory Inappropriate it is to speculate or to tentatively phylosophiso on took a piece of ono of tho cast water occasion of funeral darkness yet men- Â¬ pipes and putting it under the bottom tion of this practical paradox of gain of tho door raised it n littlo and tho big from loss of delight fromdtsciplino of bolt which held it was thus thrown back sorrow is ventured not only from as- Â¬ far enough to allow the door to swing surance of scripture but from encour open In this way tho door was opened nnd agement of analogies throughout tho phenomena of nature The beautiful closed nt any timo In tho nbsonco of the flowers adorning this casket In which jailer and ho was unable to detect it tho form of the loved and lamented ono Further investigation showed that a hole reposes came of the soil as also of tho had been picked almost through tho firmament That which boro them was brick wall long enough for a man to as much indebted to firtilization below crowd through with eoso The prison- Â¬ as to sunbeams nnd dowdrops and ers had drawn n largo iron steeple out of breathings and electric touches above tho wall and witli this had removed nearly enough brick and mortar in one Tho morning cometh also tho night Alternations and contrasts giving us corner of the jail to allow them to crowd limitless varieties in unity of tho ono all through easily But for tho appearance quickening word of wisdom aro In tho of Mr DeJernette just nt tho timo ho order of him to whom thoro is nothing did tho prisoners would have been gone of luck or chanco or accident As it that night Smith and Wilhoyto wero wero Impossible to havo relief to havo securely locked in their cells and here Â¬ perspective in pictorial art except as it after will bo allowed no freedom what Â¬ is afforded through power of background ever Smith is confined for robbing Hclts shading so is it in the moral and spirit- Â¬ five ual realm Wo have antythesls aualy saloon at Irvlngon and Wilhoyto for gous according to laws that are inevita Â¬ shooting from ambush with intent to V ble principles whose potency is of di- Â¬ kill Hardinsburg Leader - v V vine omnipotence It is in no spite or iiiteov tmj 1 vongetulness theso chastcnlnga come HAZEL DELL As omnlsclonco and omnipotence may not draw a circle tho points of the cir-Â¬ Mr Nat Arms is all smiles It is a cumference of which aro not equally dis Â¬ tant from a common centre or draw a nlno pound boy CO straight line that is not the shortest dis Mr Leo Walls and wife went to Har Â¬ tance betweon two given points evon so dinsburg Wednesday HARDINSBURG KY is it in respect of much that pertains to Mr Joo Bland was tho guest of Miss the administration of that spiritual king Â¬ Hattle Beauchamp Sunday dom in tho economy of which wo have Mrs Hunter was the guest of Mr and theso perplexing phenomena of grief and Mrs F R Dowell Sunday is JAMES B PACE pain and sickness and death appa ently Our school Is progressing nicely at this in contradiction to what hopo nnd even Wm Bell teacher in Stemmer nnd buyer of God is nearer to us placo with promise Inspires Mr and Mrs Caleb Hawkins spent than any one else can get is infinitely better than has over been uttered in en- Â¬ Sunday with Mrs Fannie Hickerson Vrs Barnes and son were tho guests deavor of churches to confess tho faith 9 j Ho Is Father of all and will work out full of Mr and Mrs John Scnton Sunday ANO- explanation to the satisfaction and de Â¬ una- Rtv Argabriglit will preach at Hazel light of thoso upon whoin is this dark Dell on tho third Sunday night In No Â¬ shadow to day vember Misses Salllo and llell Furrow rpent Cloverport Ky Pierces Factory CESOIUTIONS AI01Tii DV HIS- SUNDAY a fow days with relatives near Keonen EC1I00L CLASS JNO P BEVERLY Manager Chapel Mr A Miller and wifo wero tho guests At the close of tho lesson in tho Bap- Â¬ tist Sunday School on the 11th Inst Bro of Mr aud Mrs Crawford Beauchamp S P Conrad mado a motion that as ono Suuday of our number A It Skillman Jr was Mr James Dowell wife and daughter not present that he thought it proper to were the guests of Mr Lorenzo Dowell appoint a committee to draft resolutions Thursday tq BUCKEYE suitable to his death The Superintend- Â¬ Rov Sncad will preach at Hazel Dell ent appointed the following Messre S on Thursday night and Friday night bo 1 P Conrad Cris Perrlgo and J K Keith lore tho third Sunday The committee does not propose a long Mrs Seaton and son Willlo spent Sat Â¬ CURES NOTHING BUT PILES eulozy only say he was loved by all who urday and Sunday with her daughter knew him and in his Sunday school class A SURE and CERTAIN OURE Garfield he exhibited a christian spirit rarely Mrs Compton near known for 10 years as the Misses Hattle Beauchamp Salllo Bas seen In one of his age BEST REMEDY fcr PILES Jltiohtd therefore in the death of A ham Pearl Walls Sallle and Rose Dowell MY ILL BK1I8Q1IT1 rtHwiyiuoiwoH his mitlqu B Skillman Jr the parents and family and MtBMS Taylor and George Bashara KINCHEL0E Sunday school and community have lost spent election day with Miss Ollie Dowell one who was ever kind and true BOARDS Mies Blanche Grant entertained quite Roelmtl though his place ie vacant here we are assured by his christian a number of young folks Suuday Those 1IARDIN8BUHOKY bearing in our mldet tlwt he HJW one present were Mleeee Ollle and Alice Hickory SpoVt Dowell Pearl Wall Sallle Bham Jen where he bean no pain or dleeaee BwMstme WM to Maay a young ladys duoatioa In ttil JittoUnd that we hereby tender our nie Miller Miasm Diokle Miller Olouia tU bftttwr tor talon warned over la Mm r Cooper John Dowell Adam sympathy to the beresived faindly la tliie Walla WEMiMM KY muI lutdle BeanouAup their sjrtiu aHlotioa kltfca Cleveland PlaiadeaWr You Cant Keep farm Â¬ Â¬ These first frosty nights Â¬ UNLESS YOU HAVE Â¬ GOOD BLANKETS SulW Blanket Sale Suggests the coming of Winter but the kind goods they are now showing and the Prices make us glad we can be comfortable at little outlay All Kinds of Come now before the bad weather sets in Come while the Eoads are good v pCOMrJ AT 0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Prettiest Line of Stoves 1 This side of Louisville both Cooking and Heating can be found at B F Beard Cos With twenty different styles To select from Very Respectfully Â¬ B F BEARD There Jr a pleasure Both Red selling pure BurleyTobacco and dulterat- KJ - ed If iTABLERSDIT OINTMENT T1 rillU P h CSI fljff f ii xoucan a ways find them uin at WANTED 500000 I iwimnrf nf ff M uwKww ytJ V WlWtVl timIH Hi Uatjjf rf c TMS BRROIJlNRiDGlS MiSW jytJ i 6LkOVP6Rf it w - - y Hlgheutof all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Eepoit THAT LANDSLIDE RoYal a2 Breckenridge News 14 Baking Powder deavor to bo funny ho seeks to heap rid- Â¬ icule on every thing that does not agree with his peculiar ideas of propriety and everybody who has tho independence to dotr tho narrow partisan jacket If his sense of right and wrong were not so dull or perhaps entirely obliterated he might turn his belching volcano loose on tho Democratic county candidates who have made such lavish uso of whisky in their campaign This is n practice that must bo suppressed if we are to have good officers good govern Pedagogue ment and clean politics Â¬ ABSOUTEUT PURE WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 169 J ed with Republicans who mod the Courier Journal upon them and these attacks from tholnsido of tho party wcro hard to answer Tho Domoorats who stumped Kentucky wero often them Â¬ Various Opinions as to the Cause selves stumped by extracts and quota- Â¬ tions from tho Courier Journal Clipped From Our Exchanges Wading tli rough a saughter houso lo Mr Watterson mado the the gravel all Over tho Land From prophecy tho Courier Journal furnished somo of the amuuition to mako his prom- Â¬ ise a possibility Owcnslioro Messenger Democrats Read and Reflect and Tako Courago fur tho Next Battle NO IS CIIYIM1 OVER SPIIT MIIK Democratic Principles Still Livo PEDAGOGUE Thinks Sirocco Has Said Unfair Things About Him and His People and Should Apoligizo The Peoplo Think Both Have Said Too Much Already and It is Time for Them to Lot Up man on bust off year nlwaja bring Elections in the troubles to tho party which has won In a western When Others Fail Hoods Sarsaparilla builds up the shat- Â¬ tered system by giving vigorous action to tho digestive organs creating an appetite and purifying the blood It is prepared by modern methods possesses the great- Â¬ est curative powers and has the most wonderful record of actual cures of any medicine in existence Take only Hoods Hoods APOLIGIES NOW IN ORDER Pilts are purely vegetable and t5c DEFEAT do not purge pain or gripe When To the Readers or the News I wrote a short letter somo weeks ago answering somo ot Siroccos misrepre- Â¬ sentations and abuse of the nominee of the Peoples party of Meade county for County Court Clerk I supposed Sirocco to possess at least some of the instincts I hoped to be ablo to of a gentleman draw him out into n friendly discussion of the questions at issue between the Democratic and the Peoples party but this I have been unable to do I confess I was unacquainted with Sirocco when I wrote I know him better now I can hot afford to notice a man so lost to all sense of decency and good breeding as to hurl wholesale denunciation and foul- mouthed slander upon my entire neighborhood He may say what he pleases about or against me but I think even he should know where to draw the line I shall not notice again through the press a man who can make use of such lan- Â¬ Cleveland confined his guage as this debauchery to the licensed hells of cities Â¬ MONTGOMERYS Hard Times He Says Democratic Caused OverÂ¬ the Partys 8 throw Louisville Nov Congressman 87 He intimates that there and towns aro Billy Breckenridgos in the Third party Ho says he knows them and I must admit that it is likely that he is acquainted with them if there be any such in tho Third party Still I do not know any such persons in the Third party I do not seek the society of that class of peoplo He says he always tries to soar when becomes in contact with people from Louse Corner for ho wishes to escape Jerusalem travelers Would any gentle- Â¬ man uso such language in reference to I think that an entire community Sirocco ones the people ot my home an apology and will make it if his moral sense is not too much blunted or per Â¬ haps entirely blotted out Sirocco says that only one fourth of the Louso Corner voters can read and write Is this his idea of what is within the bounds of propriety in a newspaper controversy If this be so I am pleased to observe that few very few peoplo per Â¬ mit themselves to be governed by Most peoplo aro Siroccos standard familiar with the chief rules and principles of ethics that obtain in civilized society But I would ask whether a man capable of penning for publication tho following lines is familiar with the rules Louso that govern well bred people Corner is a place where as long as hard constitutions and forty cent whisky last- Â¬ ed tho young bucks went it with a rash and got euchred With all tho scurrilous language he can command odious epithets on his followman he hurls and then with pom- Â¬ pous ghoulish glee his glaring eyes ho rolls tho ruins to see Whllo from his mouth bis upper teeth half missing an endless stream of course abuso a hissing comes like Ore and smoke and brim- Â¬ stone pouring from Vesuvius crator Sirocco calls it soaring It is possible that some of the Democratic candidates whiskey may have found its way Into the hands of some of the boys but if so who is most to blame the high toned gentry canvassing tho county on tho Democratic ticket and who pose as the upholders of good government and good politics or the younger and inexperienc ed element the victims of Democratic In the Demo- Â¬ electioneering methods cratic primaries in Mendo county there has been w hisky enough used to float a steamboat and who can bo surprised If oc- Â¬ casionally somo of the boys got too much It is a disreputable practice a Demo-Â¬ cratic practice and it is a practice that ought to be frowned down voted down I have seen on more than ono occasion since tho present canvass began Demo- Â¬ cratic voters reeling and staggering bo neath tho weight of Democratic whisky Tho nominee of tho Peoples party of Meade county for County Court Clerk endeavored to gel tho Democratic can Â¬ didate for tho same olllco to enter into an agreement not to uso liquor in tho canvass but the latter goutleman true to his Democratic principles and anti cedents declined to enter into any such agreement Such disreputable methods of electioneering are calculated to cor-Â¬ A man rupt the electlvo franchise who will do low dirty and dishonest things to win in an election will do thorn in the private walks nf life I see again in last weeks Issue of tho News another column or two of Siroccos slush I have had a glimpse or two of him of late aiid acknowledge I do not ex Â¬ pect raueh improvement in bis style la lib coarse ftsdehjHMy effort at satire and Ills awkward and blundering en Â¬ Â¬ suffered a similiar defeat This was not a year for the Populists in Kentucky the congressman mused In all cases where the Republicans and Populists joined forces the latter deliv- Â¬ ered their help to the Republican can- Â¬ didates while on tho other hand the Republicans gave the Populists little or no support previous agreements to the contrary notwithstanding For 1800 wo must understand that ONE CAUSE FOIl UENEIAL ItEJOlLINO I dont care to dis- New York will settle its own quarrels Goodness alivo The election provides one causo for cuss the matter but the prime cause of and wash its own linen It is the West the overthrow of the Democratic party that naturally belongs to us and that we general rejoicing by Democrats and Re- Â¬ all over the country is the bard times must have The motto for the next publicans alike in the Populist defeat in The Republicans take the A Western man or Nebraska which have prevailed Peoplo didnt great campaign is fruits of it but Democrats must feel the stop to reason that the Democrats were bust St Louis Republic sense of satisfaction all the same on the not responsible for tho stringency but more important fact of a Populist failure blindly struck at the party in power IT IS OF NO CONSEQUENCE in the Stato where they made their most There was not a spirit to strike any one There are a round dozn ways of ac ambitious and tlinatening fight N Y party paiticulary but it hit all the heads counting Jor tho local political slump in sight Had the Republicans been in but as the thing Is national local causes Sun power just at this time they would havo not worth considering trouble Â¬ Â¬ Montgomery is in tho city to day from Eluabethtown He had tome little busi- Â¬ ness to transact here and returned to his home this evening Tho judge was apparently in tho best of spirits notwithstanding his defeat I dont know said lie what Lewis majority against mo will foot up It w ill probably be somewhere bjtnccn 800 and 1000 I have been beaten and have little interest in learning the exact fig- Â¬ ures I will leave that to my opponent To what do I attribute the land Â¬ slide tho Presidential year Internal discords over tho distribution of officis have not had time to heal Di satisfaction always reigns in that stctlon of opinion which has not learned better than to expect miracles of prosperity from the itera- Â¬ tions of government This is an off year when sucli aouscquences are extended and intensified It would not havo proved a lonertd Democratic vitality if tho lossts had been much greater Against such odds in tho temporary conditions tho resistÂ¬ ance mado to tho onslaught of protection paternalism and pelf is ample proof of the marvelous vigor of that party which has guarded the Uadltions of free- Â¬ dom for n century through victory and defeat The lesson is that Democrats must unite subordinate minor differences re- Â¬ press individual jealousies agree upon a policy and stand compact and organized force against the enemies of free institu- Â¬ tions Democracy is strong enough at any time to assert victoriously its inherited right to control the government it found- Â¬ ed Yesterday It was at its lowest ebb It cannot again be as near to weakness Yet it lost nothing and exhaustion that it cannot easily regain and that it will not regain with its revived powers in 18915 So much Is retained such an impressive demonstration of indestructible strength has been made that tho future is more our own than it was in Â¬ Â¬ Tho story of tho ballots has been told and theres no uso In crying over spilt milk The Republicans are of course elated and some of the Democrats aro depressed Tiie Inquirer however is not of tho latter We are still doing bus Â¬ iness at tho sanio old stand firm in our Democratic faith and hopeful of tho fu Â¬ ture Tho Democratic party is not dead by a long shot Tho star eyed Goddess and Tariff Reform still livo We have right on our side and right will becomo might before 1800 rolls around Let us stand by our colors and present nn un- Â¬ broken front to tho enemy It may tako a few weeks to gather in tho stragglers and patch up the rooster but well do tho gathering and patching in duo sea Â¬ son and bo ready for the next battle with hopeful hearts and helpful hands Dont give up tho Democratic ship It is as staunch a craft as ever tailed the political seas and it will tako more than one collision with Republican breakers to loosen a rivit or spring a stanchion from one end of her good keel to tho other Owensboro Inquirer A GOOD WATCH tell an excellent all Hue or black Cheviot Boys Com Â¬ bination Suit iltea 4 lo IS jreara hai two pain of pants and cap to match Order one of Iheie and one of our Mens 750 Overcoats and jou get the WATCH FREE hnd we pay expreu For 5 we will wool V THE PULE Oil RUIN POLICY OF DEMOCRATIC 1S92 pa runs Many causes will be held responsible for this unparalelled landslide but in our opinion the chief cause is the rule or ruin policy of somo of our most influen- Â¬ tial Democratic papers and of Grover Cleveland who witli astounding blind Â¬ ness to circumstances insisted on per- Â¬ fection and denounced the Wilson bill and afterwards tho Senate bill and by implication tho faithful and true Demo-Â¬ crats who accepted it as the best com Â¬ promise measure then abtainable Add Â¬ ed to this the panic which was upon the country when the Democratic party came into powi rand the rucessaty deÂ¬ pression of all industries consequent up- Â¬ on two successive bad crop years Meade County Messenger For fH we sell One all wjol hair line Casslmere Youths Suits slid 13 to 1 j cars Order one of these with a pair of Mens 4 pants and get the WATCH FKEE wo pay express 8 solid 12 we sell fine all wool color of fancy Cheviot Casslmere oT Worsted Mens Suits sack or frock this seasons fashionible long cuts Watches go with them and we pay the For 12 we also sell blue express black or brown Imported KKH EY flan- Â¬ OVKUCOATSj winter weights sleeves silk lint d J nel or serge lined Watches with fashionable long ruts them and express paid We have Childrens Suits and Over Â¬ coats as low as 250 pants as low as 50c and Mens Suits and Overcoats as low as 450 -- good Casslmere Pants at 1 93 Make any kind of a 12 com- Â¬ bination you with and get a watch For 12 is something every man and boy nceeds and heres a chance for every man and boy who reads this advcrtlso meht to get A GOOD WATCH that WONT C03T Wo havo made another deal with ono HIM A CENT of the biggest watch factories in tho United States to INTRODUCE n new watch Its a beautiful ordinary size nickel plated watch stem winder and ctem setter dont havo to open it at all guaranteed an accurate time-Â¬ keeper and good enough LOOKING for any man or boy to wear A nico nickel chain with charm goes with each watch Bought regularly tho watches would have to bo sold for 3 or 4 and you cant buy better ones from the JEWELERS for less tian 5 But its worth 1 000 to tho manufacturers to havo us ADVERTISE them and for that reason wo havo secured a limited number at a ptice which allows us to GIVE THEM AWAY absolutely without cost to customers of THE MAMMOTH So wo offer them freely to all until tho number contracted for havo all been 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 THE SAME OFFER wo mado last Spring Tho watch is MUCH BETTER every way and is given ONLY with CLOTHING Send a MAIL ORDER WE PAY EX- Â¬ PRESS to any point in Kentucky or Indiana on mail orders to the amount of 5 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 goodsscnt C O D subject to examination H MAMMOTH SHOE and CLOTHING CO KLEINIIANS SIMONSON 424 to 434 West Market LOUISVILLE For a pain in tho side or chest theio is nothing so good as a piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on over the seat of pain It affords prompt and permanent relief and if used in time will often prevent a cold from resulting in pneumonia This same treatment is a sure cure for lame back For sale by A It Fisher Clover port Ky and Kincheloe Board Har dinsburg Ky The are both seismic and atmospheric in both the earth and the air in the leadership and in the following to be seen with- Â¬ out tho seeking in both tho natural and As the late lamented the perverse Judge Hop Pi ice replied to tho suggest- Â¬ ion of a landslide as accounting for a similar upheaval landslide h Scientists aro not Its a yearthquake yet agreed as to tho causes of earth- Â¬ quakes and among both men and ani mals apparently causeless and senseless panics are too common to excite comment and so mysterious as to balk in- Â¬ vestigation We all know tho general results of the elections in 1884 88 00 02 and 01 As to the whys and where- Â¬ fores thereof it is sufficient to consider that people are fond of a chango and always get It when they go after it Louisville Times Â¬ Â¬ DEAREK THAN EVER That Lake Convention Rockvale Nov 8th 1801 Editor News As tho election is a tiling of tho past and as I havo been done an injus- Â¬ tice through tho columns ot your paper I will ask you to please give mo space to make a fow statements In regard to the salty letter of Oct 27th which I suppose was written by one Mr Carwile for the purpose ot doing me an injury in the race for Magistrate in the sixth Magis- Â¬ terial district ot Breckenridge county In regard to tho Lake convention that Mr Voter said was not legally or properly called upon tho grounds that Lake had called said convention for tho pur Â¬ pose of hogging Mr Carwile off tho Re- Â¬ publican ticket to get his name Lakes on I wish to stato that said convention was called and presided over by L T Matthews Chairman of tho Republican Convention of tho aforesaid district and as to Hint llttlo eight or thirteen of my connections will stato that 1 have but ono relative in the state of Ky and he Is of said Carwilo and was not a in tho Lake Convention And as to my race against Squlro Deane four years ago Mr Deano received only a small majority and as to mo getting only forty three out of five hundred votes that is a lie of his own mako As far mo being a candidate at any other tlmo there is not a syllable of truth in it Carwilo did stay on tho track until after the election Mr but was not in tho race a little bit Voter would havo you to bellovo that I had but eight or thirteen friends but if so they havo spread equal to the leaven which the women hid in tho measure of meal they havo leavened tho whole lump Lake got there all the same Yours Respectfully II O Lake Â¬ son-in-la- EAItNED WHAT IT ClOT For more than thirty years tho doc trine of paternalism has prevailed in this country The peoplo have been taught by tho leaders of tbo dominant party that tho Government is the fountof pros- Â¬ perity that the Government makes good crops and keeps the kettle boiling in every household Henco it is whenever the crops are bad and the pot fails to boil the people punish the party in power It was so in 1874 it is so in 1801 not to mention the soveral examples be tween those dates This year the party in power got a terrible licking and worso still in large measuro it had earn Â¬ ed what it got Louisville Times A 1O0D BUCIOESTION The campaign is over Its pleasantries havo been many and its animosities few Now let us turn our attention to tho im- Â¬ portant matter of properly doveloping no niu uuubi euuuiy in jvciuuckv havo enough of natures stores hidden in our countys fertilo bosom to mako rich not only those mon who havo been de feated but thousands of our citizens be side If theso aud all of us will turn tho splendid energies and powers which nature has planted hero to the proper account our peoplo will Boon be pros- Â¬ perous contented and happy whatever bo tho complexion of tho countys poll tics Hartford Herald Deaier than ever is David B Hill to the unterrified weariless indomitable Democracy of New York He has made the greatest political fight witnessed in this land since Andrew Jackson encountered and defeated the United States Bank and tho money pow- Â¬ er more than half a century ago He has mado it disinterestedly heroically uncompromisingly He has proved him Â¬ self the biavest and ablest and steadiest champion of Democratic ideas and pol- Â¬ icies He has established himself as the true chief of the National Democratic party The situation is not a joyful one for the Democracy or for Hill but tho future lias ample opportunities of recovery and development and tho glory of consist Â¬ SILVER ItESrON81IILE FOR IT ency and fidelity will be theirs who re Â¬ Iu the Gleaners opinion tho crushing main true to the principles of Jefferson defeat of the Democratic party was due Jackson and Tildeu N Y Sun to the demonetization of silver by the party This act brought on tho panic THE MAON1TUDE OF THE VICTORY and the people felt that Clevelandlstn The magnitude of tho Republican vic- so far as it dealt with the financial ques- Â¬ tory is expressed in figures in another tion must be rebuked Now let tho part of this mornings Sun The party Democratic pa ty accept tho peoples has made decided and in many cases ultimatum on tho silver question and overwhelming gains from East to West instead of legislating to reduce the cur- Â¬ It has increased its power in Massachu- Â¬ rency give tho peoplo an abundant setts has brought Connecticut back to circulation with which to do business the party fold has elected its Congress Â¬ and at the very nest opportunity they men in Rhode Island has swept every- Â¬ will restore it to power The Democratic thing before it in the hitherto Democratic party has long been greatest in adversity Stato of New York carrying the great and let it but convince tho people that it cities of New York and Brooklyn elect is their party rather than that of the ing the lower branch of the Legislature plutocracy and truststho money lenders and making great gains in its Congress and all will yot bo well with it Hen- Â¬ delegation It has put Delaware in derson Gleaner diubt has secured an even greater maj ority in Ohio than that which put Mc Kinloy in tho Governors chair has swept Illinois as by a whirlwind and at this writing is continuing its triumphant SPECIAL OFFER march across the prairies and over the Rocky Mountains on to the Pacific Â¬ Â¬ done this commerce would have leaped into activity our industries would havo flourishedt every wheel would have turned every furnace would havo blazed up every toiler would have secured work our staples would have commanded good prices aud wages would have risen Sixty five million peoplo would havo backed the Democratic party as their benefactor These results were within easy reach when the present administiation took charge of the government but unwise counsels prevailed and a policy of bad faith and stupendous blundering soon led tho party into the slough of despond How easily all these disasters might havo been prevented I It would have been better if the peoplo had been trust Â¬ ed if their will bad been carried out But they were trifled with cheated and tricked and they have resented It At Â¬ lanta Constitution My wife was relieved of a severe attack of neuralgia in one hour Rov John I Rogers Danville Ky A kinswoman of mine who was appar- Â¬ ently rapidly sinking into the grave suf- Â¬ fering w ith sciatic rheumatism and in ex tremo pain day and night in a very short timo obtained freedom from all pain walks without crutch or cane and de- Â¬ clares that she is well It is a mystery to me almost a miracle Rev W F Wyatt Morning View Ky I began to improve from the first ap- Â¬ plication of tho wonder working gem my general health is better than it has been in years I believe it to bo a God given remedy tigo ditions have passed away the pea may bo as small but tho thimblo in somo cases would mako a hat for the planet That this power is abused is no surprise for to havo power and not abuso it is one of the rarest of human yirtues Of course in this age of so called equal rights personal freedom and a consider- Â¬ able amount of paper religion it is not in fashion to be without some respect for law and humanity If thero be any Address DuBois Webb 500 Fourth Avenue Louisvllo Ky tSf Send for circulars free A Later Adam Every change in our social or indus- Â¬ trial conditions produces its special typo oj man The original Adam was a cre- Â¬ ation tho later gentleman is an evolu- Â¬ tion He grows out of his environments Ho may bo open to criticism and by no means void of sins and follies and when he ripens into maturity as the type of a class we are very likely to condemn tho apple but to spare tho tree The two however aro as closely and naturally re- Â¬ lated as is an acorn to an oak or a gooso berry to its native bush We are apt to overlook this fact In dealing with those who are strictly representative men iu our industrial and commercial life Thoy may not be what they ought to bo nor indeed what wo want them to bo but from top to bottom aud In a vital and thorough sense they are just what we mado them They ate bone of our bone and flesh of ounVsh The monop- Â¬ olist of to day with all tho vices and evils belonging to his mercantile sovereignty the stuff of which ho is made and the spirit that vivifies it have their nativity in tho age that produced him In fact he is as much a product as ho is a sin Â¬ ner the dlfferenco between him and tho smaller fry bolng that he carries under ono hat what a thousand others havo only in tho shape of mincemeat The man is simply a type of a system To reform this gentleman we roust com- Â¬ mence by reforming ourselves and it is just hero where tho cure of somo ot our industrial and commercial diseases must commence It isvery easy and in fact Is quite the fashion to raise our voices against tho cupidity and despotism of monopolies and corporations and at tho sarao time be ready to seize the biggest egg on the table for our own breakfast aud compel a sick wife to take in wash ing to pay for our own beer The differ once in such a caso between a monopo Â¬ listic montrosity and ourselves is one of size but not of spirit He can swallow a Jonah and we choke at a sprat In deal Â¬ ing with bucIi men let us netV forget the conditions that mako them a possibility When the Industries of the world were on a smaller scale and the means and the markets thereof narrow it was not possible to mopolWa either men or mon ey as It is to day Th pendulum swung on a smaller clock If an employer was tyrannical or bilious the reach of his whip cord was limited and if he was avaricious and greedy there were but few trees from wbteh to aliake the per innooa Theae paw in a thimble con Â¬ iron in our souls It must have a velvet skin and if wo are Shylocks in business we must enclose that gentleman in Sa Â¬ maritan cloth Hence tho later Adam Ho builds towns endows libraries and donates to charities and yet In a busi- Â¬ ness sense his soul would find hotel ac- Â¬ commodations in a gooseberry He loves money and tho world loves him because he has got it He is the god of tho crowd not for what he is but for what ho has We have evolved this type of man in an ago where tho sinner and tho saint are considerably mixed It is not his money or his power that mako him a wart on tho public body It is the abuse of these things and blindmss to their responsibilities so the larger tho treo tho broader Its shadow Fred Woodrow in age of steel t5S Whenever the little children tho la Â¬ dies or the big men want something to regulate their liver or cure constipation and billiousness Dr Bolls Tiny Tonic Tablets is what thay must have They cureand you never feel it Purely vegeta- Â¬ ble 25c a vial everywhere For sale by Short llayues Cloverport Dr R II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer A Co Euros Geo Ileyser Constan Â¬ tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewleyvillo Ky W E Brown Irvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky ELECTROPOISE GLENDEANE Beavln will begin work on his store building this week As soon as it is completed he will move to town Ernest Robertson went to Loulsvlllo Saturday wltha car load of cattle Victor Matthews of Oyvensboro is vis Â¬ iting his father Mr Wash Matthews of this placo T L Curtis Is the latent papa In town and he Rteps high Its a fine bran new 10 lb boy who put In his appearance last Friday No school first two days last week JS slope V TOO MUCH DOSSIBM Democrats should hear it Thero Is too much boss- ism in Kentucky and the party machin- Â¬ ery needs oiling with an entirely new set of men from top to bottom Tho Courier Journal Is a power In Every person big little old or young Kentucky politics and tho wlelder of black or white rich or poor who has gjeat power should be always careful ever used Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey pro how he uses It Two years ago Mr nounco It the best cough and lung rem Watterson said the nomination Grover edy on earth Its true too so we guar Cleveland for president meant a Demo antee lorsale byohort x HaynesClov cratlo wading through the slaughter erportjDr R II McMullin McDaniels house to the grave Tho gravo was Geo Ileyser reached Tuesday Many tbiugs led up M Meyer it Co Bums Constantino A Taylor Rosetta fcDrury to it and ono of these was the columns Everywhere Bennett A Co Bowleyvllle Ky W K of the Courier Journal Brown Irvingtou Ky Jno P Nichols during the campaign that closed with Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Tuesdays election Democrats upon the stump in Kentuoky have been confront Ky Â¬ that the campaign trutli will not hurt and Now Is over the The author of the Wilson bill has been The success of tho Electropolso in cur- Â¬ dofeatcd for re election and a large num ing disease of almost every form and of Congressmen who favored tho In ber many patients apparently beyond recov- Â¬ corao tax will remain at homo N Y ery has caused a wide and growing de Â¬ Sun mand for the little doctor Tumors abscesses scrofula cancer paralysis DONT TRIFLE WITH THE 1EOlIE chronic and acuto rheumatism and neu- Â¬ In this country the people have the ralgia many cases of female troubles right to rule and the dominant party is some cases of total and partial blindness tho people and deafness Brlght disease kidney The party in power is bigger than any and bladder ailments havo been cured in one leader bigger in fact than all of its such a short while as to border on the leaders Tho men who aro chosen to miraculous The tieatment Is simple carry out its policy are simply signing and effective Write for terms ot rental their political death warrants when they and sale and special rrasous why you trifle with their constituents and refuse should get ono this month also letters to redeem tho pledges that were mado to from well known people testifying to its them by tho framers of the platform curative merit which enabled the party to win its vic- Â¬ Editorial from Central Mttbodlat Cat tory Tho results of this policy wero appa Â¬ lelUburg Ky Rev Z Meek Editor Unless ten thousand men mainly pro- Â¬ rent In Tuesdays election and they will fessional men lawyers doctors editors be felt for the next two years at least What magnificent opportunities have preachers and all classes Including the been thrown away by the men who con- Â¬ writer yery much mistaken the Electro trol the national Democracy I The party poise effects cures gives relief where all assumed the entire control of the gov Â¬ other remedies have failed especially Is ernment for the first time in a genera Â¬ it efficacious In delicate feeble women tion and all that It had to do to perpet Â¬ Rev Geo II Means Covington Ky uate Its power was to carry out its In one nights time the KlectropoUe promise of financial relief If it had relttl vu nwol brain conettlon ajul yn Â¬ E W Bagby a prominent lawyor of Paducah Ky aays that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey cured his children of whoqp ing cough when all things else failed Its a new remedy for all coughs For sale by 8hort Haynes Cloverport Dr R II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer Co Bums Geo Ileyser Constant tine A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown Irvlpgton Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky Made of The Sight Kind of Staff gr Dave Murray is made o the right kind of stuff Ho did valiant service for ika entire ticket and if every Denaoerat in a loyal m Day inn gunnel mm Murray Montgomery woujd be ow next CoammuMa Meade County limtu- - pn