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tho Hev Dr lurklmret is undoubtedly the most suc- Â¬ and Keep Warm in Bed cessful ot all tho American reformers of tho present day About two years ago the doctor single AVOID FATIGUE handed and alone began his famous crusade against the then xlsting reign of vice and corruption in New York Although more or less prevalent Ills heart was in his work and he nerv- Â¬ throughout tho year pneuraonln la pe- Â¬ ed himself to meet the storm ot ridicule culiarly dangerous during tho opening and abuso w liich ho know would soon months ot winter With the first frosts burst ujkhi his head Warned by tho failuro of other pulpit a very irarked increase takes place in reformers who had dealt in sensational the number of cases and during this cold damp weather extra precaution statements and fierce denuucitions YWyNCWCVfi 7 MtMUtS WF3KSKVifBM MfiJtmtWiMfY without having the facts to sustain them should be taken mndo It his business to first make Pneumonia is probably produced by ho an earth germ and when frost prevails himself master of the facts of the case For for salo on I Month after month this resolute and the soil beneath tho house is tho only SHERIFF F K RHODES twelve two months nil offer farming im- Â¬ months time my fearless man plodded through the slums is not frozen ground which The germs plements and stock Cattle 15 head gradually work toward the warm moist He took with him ono or two trust hogs 30 head horses 8 head good ones and the house really acta as a sort worthy men whoso testimony would earth of all kinds A bid of 300 is reserved Gone Down in Defeat Bat With weight and together they visited of flue which forms a ready mode of have on Ben Ilerr All kinds of tools used in Clean Racord and a Clear egress for them The proper ventilation the disreputablo houses whoso inmates modern farming Farm on reasonable abandoned crgies of rooms Is therefore an important factor engaged nightly in Consoienco terms and prico and obscene exhibitions which would in guarding against pneumonia one Correspondence solicited Going to however which is too often overlooked have shamed oven the most callous vo quit faiming it hurts my feelings Lack of personal hygiene is tho chief taries ot vice In tho worst quarters of J F CARTER Webster Ky A LETTER THAT EXPLAINS ITSELF predisposing causo of tho disease IrÂ¬ Paris In the prosecution of the keepers of regular hours insufficient nourishment dyspepsia excessive fatigue or some theso dens tho fact camo out that tho IlAnDiNSBuna Ky Nov 7 1891 Mn disease which has lowered tho general polico were awaro of the character of Titos L Wkoe D S B O Deah Sin tone of tho system all weaken the pow Â¬ their houses but in consideration of n We havo met the euemyind hove been er of resisting the pneumonic germ heavy blackmail periodically paid to defeated but I want to say to you that I When the system is run down a sudden them they did not interfere with them feel that wo havo gono down in honora- Â¬ When theso rcvalatious were first utaposuro to cold may prove fatal while ble defeat I havo never dono tho first in a normal condition of body it would made thorp was a powerful opposition thing in my official capacity that I am be thrown oil An instance which re- Â¬ arrayed gainst Parkhurst It wus said sorry for or ashamed of cently came under observation will that a minister had no right to become a I havo never heard a word of com- Â¬ serve to illustrate the importance of reg- detective and familiarize himself with plaint of ono of my deputies 1 believe ularity In meals as a safeguard against the worst and grossest forms of immoralwe havo all acted honorablo aud honest ity and that his crusade would do more disease in performing our duties Now tho But Parkhurst knew Two young ladies of my acquaintance harm than good majority of tho people say that thoy lie was after the were traveling in a railway car next to a what he was about prefer some others to do their business man just recovered from small pox as facts and ho bolieved that when the and wo can say to them that they are was afterward found out One of them truth was made public he would win Of iNTEttEST to Ladies The scalp entitled to their choice and now settle had risen early und had breakfasted the The newspapers gradually stopped their other had risen late and had not The ridicule and came to his support and tho may bo kept white and clean and the their accounts with us and wo will retlro one who had not eaten caught the di city politicians and polico officials began hair soft pliant and glossy by tho use from among them Now Tom I am going to endeaver to They saw that thero of Ayers Hair Vigor This preparation sease and the other ono escaped The to feel uneasy ladies were twins and almost exactly were tremendous possibilities in this never fails to restore to faded and gray collect my entiro book before the first of similar in physique and temperment terrible preacher who went about with hair its original color Sold by druggists January Whilo I have the highest re Â¬ gard and best of wishes for tho good and in my opinion tho temporary weak- Â¬ an emotionless face notebook in hand aud perfumers friends that stood to us justice to ourening of the system caused by the watching nude women and blackmailing No Man Too Poor to Take His County selves demands this upon our part I otnission of tho morning meal account- Â¬ policemen have councelled with manv of mv friends Finally an indignant people ranged ed for the disease being able to obtain a Paper J and that is tho advice that every one ot themselves on tho side of Parkhurst and foothold pa- Â¬ No man is to poor to take It newspaper says an exchange tho county them has given me There are three periods which the sus- Â¬ then came the Luxow investigation and it is Youre Respectfully ceptibility to pneumouia is greatest would be impossible to summarize here false economy to get along without it The testimony made it Hardly a week F K Rhodes They are early childhood that is up to tho results passes that something of to seven years of age between the ages of plain that with few exceptions tho police does not appear in iu columns that will twenty and forty and after sixty The judges and police captains of Now York be of financial bonefit to tho subscriber - Pure blood is absolutely necessary in off as- Â¬ power of resistance against pneumonia were a debauched gang of blackmailers and by the end of the year he has made order to enjoy perfect health Hoods Sareaparilla purifies tho blood and grows much feebler after sixty years of and that their illegal gains during the or saved from one to twenty will if times ita strengthens tho system age and nine tenths of tho cases provo past thirty years had amounted to 100 subscription prico The city papers do 000000 fatal not take the place of the county paper BALL TOWN Tho electiou follower1 and the people although some In New York wa have a good deal of people seem to think they northeast wind during November and rose in their wrath and kicked out tho do The city papers are all right in ll lil over from Ut wtek Dew ruber nnd ho cold damp weather it whole crowd of corruptlouists their way but they dont glvo you what Succt ai to the News and tho Republi- Now what gave Parkhurst this won generally brings is very favorable to tho ynu are most interested iu your county cans He did not win it by contraction of cold and the Bubs quent derful victory iiowb You cannot learn from them Miss Fronio Puto was the guest of development of pneumonia Tho grip his sensational actions and utterances when aud where public meetings are to I Misses Alice and Lula Brickoy Suturday Others had been fully as sensational bo held who left Its victims very predisposed to pneuaro dying or who are movmonia and it stilt exists to some extent and liad accomplished nothing This ing iu and who aro moving out court Mr and Mrs Bill Brickey give tho will in a modified form Tills is the disease man triumphed because he was making proceedings who wants to sell land in youngsters a social last Thursday night with which pneumonia most readily a fearless fight for a good cause and he fact hundreds of items which might be They report a nico time combines but it is found in combination used facts for his weapons Ho made no of particlar Importance for you to know Miss Maggio Bates who has been with diphtheria typhoid ever measles charges without tho proof to support Such matters city papers cannot furnish at Illinois spending several months with them and when this dawned upon the but ecarlot fever and ninny others tho county newspaper can and does her sister Annie returned homo last When a severe or sudden chill has public mind the pulpit the press and If you can afford but one paper by all Wednesday been contracted the main thing is to act the better classes rallied around the re- Â¬ means take one that is published in tho Miss Clara Elder is at her r quickly and many a serious illness can former They did not wholly endorse county In which you live Tauls to spend tho winter Nev- Â¬ his sensationalism but thoy said bo averted and vnluablo life saved by a Miss Lula Brickey who has been sick little intelligence coupled with prompti- Â¬ er mind whether Parkhursts methods Henry Wilson the postmaster at for a long while is some better were in god or bad taste We must Wolshton FJorjda says he tude If possible send for a doctor im Â¬ cured a case Mr Fred Franks horse got scared the mediately and meanwhile take ten deal with his facts He has shown us of diarrhoea of long standing in six hours how to overcome the twin tvlls o yico with one small bottle of Chamberlains other night hero and ran threo miles grains of quinine and five drops of spirits of camphor in a little water or a lump of and corruption and our self preservation Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy before he stopped 11 1 T sugar These doses are- for an adult demands prompt aud vigorous action Miss Alice Brickey was tho guest of What a pleasant surprise that must havo De JLinens How Dr Parkhurst and his work are been to the sufferer Punh Then soak the feet in hdtwater and cures are not Miss Ida Frank last Saturday night regarded in New York will appear from unusual with this remedy In many in- Â¬ jump Into bed Simple as these remed Â¬ Well wo will havo to glvo upourcoun ies are they have nipped in the bud the following remarks ot Dr Scuddcr in stances only ono or two doses aro required ty road running from Balltown to St his sermon last Sunday many prospective cases of pneUmonla to glye permanent relief It caij always Marys church Joo Mullen Bays that The slgual victory of last week was be depended upon When reduced with ho will havo to stop now for While Soaking the feet ttie body should it he has to be warmly wrapped In a blanket which due In largo measure to one man Dr water it is plearant to take For sale by go according to promise To day ho is the A It Fisher Cloverport should be kept on until some time after Charles II Parkhurst and Kincheloo Mr Owen Whitchouie wiisin ISalltown most interesting figure in bith politics A Hoard Itardlnsburg Ky the person has entpred the bed in order Sunday IIu is almost a stranger that free peipiratlon be continued and and religion Two years ago u man more foully maligned could not be found in Rock Vale School not checked Tim vay to cure a cough U to stpp the I Iu was the target A good thing ty prevent colds Is to theso United JStatts Dr Bells Pino Tar lloney On Friday Nov 0 the close of thu coughing wear wool next the skin When this Is for low jsta in birronms and vwrlety lint ten w 1 ks sestlou of our rohool a cuts Ioohu the mucous heals the lungs pitied his rash not possible on account of the Irritation theateis Kvuu tho rice vriltMi ixamluutloii wus ht ld Tin- - pu and bronchial tuhexqIckly Ouresgrlp he llnd eometimvs caused a mixture of wool and iubs and tfiook their litttds For nh by Short pits acquitted themselves moblcreditatly eouuh In nun night A lIiyn8Clnveriorl Dr It II MrMul silk will generally bo found satisfactory b oti a winker man llm tiger would- iim li ittitiwu l tluuvra8 hire jdvei formI would not rvconnnend cotton in any hivusw allowed hiiu without the Fifth grade Ida luwnrd100 Stylts III MuDuiiMs M Mnyvr ACp Bums STIUHQ A form for underwearas It ia frequently the of llsotucs follow LON nm uovm A Howard 10 j Paul I inp ter U8 llttiu Geo lleysr Constaiitine Taylor aa cuuiM ora dangerous cold by becoming tnu IHw is junctno ysVui wtiou Fisher DO till Fisher 07J Nannie Rositta Drnry Benni tt ifc Co Mewluy and tho blood iu Uibnruer V E Brown wet uud keeping the tcuiprdtuna ot the Fiohur 03 Siltlu Oleiuoiis 03 Nettle villc Ky IrylngtonKy tiimh look out lor Lrcaknn Care should bo skin below the normal Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Doyle 00 ahead by putting thy liver ana uxi in a uealtl ly NEATS taken that the feet do not get wet or if Fourth grade Guyllu Howard 00 Morris Big Spring Ky tVWUlWUH iV- to that prompt meararen are taken to John FiBher 05 Moua Doyle turn to tba dry them and a change of liose made Third grade Tillie McCarty 100 Well Known and Popular in Owens riant remedy to The care taken of tho outside of tho Yoursblf secure from dlspjisn Tr boro Duma Day 00 LIIe Fisher 00 Pearl polden saex blood fPbody miwt be supplemented by the same Pierce aa our Medical Discovery prtftnU IVmVerton 09 Dow den Day 00 Robert The news was received here yesterday as wa Take It aa you ought 00 whea you feel tfae first symptonw languor Fisher Gustavo Doyle 03 John morning of the death at 10 oclock of XN THS WOHID appetite dullneca Oepreutofl and wholesome food plenty of rest regular loa ot ve young A B Sklllman one ot Clover yourself from aowetbing serioua Doyle 01 youll a Compounded of nature great Â¬ hour will kep the whole system in Second grade Estel Pemberton 05 ports inoat popular and promiaing young Ih reoQvaVuijr from La Grlffw or in est curative herb Successful for good order and enable it to throw off the eonTOleeemee from pneumoata fevera or Orah Patterson 06 Lonnle Jackson 03 men Jle was the youngest son of the nothing can 90 year in the cure of all disease gwras of djevse whieli can only obtain other- wasting dlfunttw and atreagtti equal it Josi pi Jaekson 06 well known Cloverport banker and was to bulM up needed fWi arising from impure blood Ask a footing when WblliUHH affivjfe an Ha a Wood purifier tUatUa stood tlttteet Nannie J Okebn Teacher a promising young man of 90 years He for Nati and take no other of ttej tor a quarter of a century tba Vit entranosfor the dlaawa ami a riitful ovry Was well known in this city and leaven a numbered Ita curea liy Uie thou Â¬ eoil fcwr ito ikyftlofHMnt sand manufacturers prove tWr faltb CU at Babbagtta thecals Furnisher host of friends Although for wore than U It hjr guaranteeJas it for all disorder arfa Ovhvs Xosoy a year he has been in bad health he wg from bad Liooarln Herof ula vKoema tor oold weather underwear Meat Commtauer of IImUIi fa State ot Vurt9rllU k fer aal hf vlailed in Uila city during the blr week iHuaiaa ad every idadrad aflmaat Naw York and for City ot Hm York Df jailing Psnydf audlaeeavi papular with everybody ha A R FISHER DruMlst K ytM raMive ao Duoalt vou1l sjst raw CrM KawYorkHaraki wei OwMwboro Maaaeufer I HsMMaMata J teak WhaaaroMUlftft Xltvtrptrt Ky ii If a sudden Chill Comos on Take Somo Quinino a Hot Foot Bath Parkhurst and His Methods Â¬ Â¬ ulity of chewing but being n spiritual giant he hurled n javelin that sont tho beast into a deotli agony People talk of erecting a monument to Dr Parkhurst I hope they will but his own fearless Â¬ ness and indopendenco his patient pcr tiuacityand grand puritanic hatred of evil are qualities of character which have already built him a monument so high as to be vlslblp from every part of the country Of course a variety of elements conspired to bring about a change of government in Now York city but without doubt Dr Parkhurst was tho prime mover iu this reform move ment If tho Luxow committee supplied tho fuel for the campaign Dr Parkhurst lit the fire Next to this heroic man we must1 pliment tho great newspapers wnich took so active a part in this glorious battle for law and order Justico com- Â¬ pels us to speak of them in terms of highest admiration What a tremendous agency for good the secular press has been iu tho recent elections 1 How would this victory have been accomplish Â¬ ed without their prodigious activity and world wide circulation their ability to stir up public sentiment Wo are a a reading people and public opinion is largely created by tho daily newspapers If they range themselves against an evil commence to bombard it it is doomed Every squib is a bullet every editorial a broadside If during the past few weeks the secular press has not dono genuine religious vork then I dont know what religion is Well may pulpit and press Bhako hands over this triumphant vic- Â¬ tory Wo all know the result Futuro re- Â¬ formers will do well to profit by tho lesson Let them bo suro that they are fighting a real ovil and let them fight it with facts I Atlanta Constitution Â¬ jit hi ntcr from IiU week Born to tho wifo ot Jim Collins Nov 0 a nine pound boy G R Miles nnd JclT Wright were in LouIbvIIIo this week D S Roberts wifo and babe spent last Sunday with Mrs Burch and family George Holstnln nnd wife were the guests ot G R Miles and wifo this neck It L Mcdufnii drummer for W II Nowman it Co was in town this week Aunt Julia Ann Ritchie has been visiting her son Franco Ritchie of near here Mrs Funk and children spent last Sunday at Garnettevillo tho guest of Cap Lane and wife Red Shacklctt nnd family were tho guests of Mr J G Shacklctt and wife of Hill Grove last Sunday James Rlcketts and family of Bran- Â¬ denburg were in town Sunday tho guests of Mrs Crutcher and family Will Foushee and wife of Ekron and Dr Miles wife nnd babe were the guests of Franco Ritchio and family Sunday Hugh Buckler went to sec his best 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n STRAYED One blood red steer two years past mark cd hole aad uadsiWt ia ilvkt cm aad underblt In left ear brawiad em Tlp with Utter M Liberal reward far tefoemaUoa at delivery at Ptiaf tTry U m at ntara MaU MOORMAN W It fC l A w 2riTii JnoD V v w irfjr-ir-tg- i v ft j rp 4i rtu fo ftyqc x i Breckenridge 0 News Proprlstri 21 1691 ROSETTA L Dcnt Head is our lto6etta exquisite hear the toot of our new Passenger mills complaining of the low Passenger Farmers aro HARDINSBURG H hUdsoNi in mih 1 Babbage Editors and W TIME TABLE UOIKO Can you WEDNESDAY NOVEMBEIl Snbscrlptloa Fries 8100 a Year In Adrance If Paid at tba End of the Tear 125 SIX PAGES If times will only rovlvo And there stands old Meade And Glcndeano has something to bo proud of a Democratic constable Our Rosettn correspondent has a llttlo of tho flro of Democracy left in her yet Tins country owes Kuropo 1000000 000 on which she pays 1800000 annual interest The Democrats were not in it says an exchange Oh yes they were in It big while they lasted State Treasurer Halo expects to re sumo tho payment of State Treasury warrants by Dec 1 Senator Brico thinks Vice President Stevenson will bo tho next Democratic nominee for President Weve seen tho time when Democrats wero a little bit jollier than they were at Hardinsburg last Monday wo can probably knock out Benjamin Harrison in 00 if there aro no landslides to encounter Has not named her yet We are to have n new blacksmith He will open out shortly Our boys aro rejoicing over tho expi Â¬ ration of tho gamo law And Tom Anderson was elected Con Â¬ stable on tho Itcpubllcan ticket Will Piicst has decided to name his little Republican Richard Taylor Herbert Head is making a protracted visit to his sister Mrs Joo Atkisson Mrs Ann Garner is here for the week to visit her father Mr G T Mercer Alex Gray Custer delivered a nice yoko of Bteers to Alfred Taylor Thursday Wanted some ono to come and buy up our lime stono rocks Wo will sell dirt cheap Miss Iva Carlton left Monday for Owcnsboro She will attend school in that city Rev Henry Hook is holding a pro- Â¬ tracted meeting at Pleasant Grovo near Garfield Mrs Jack Sipcs is seriously ill at her husbands residenco a short distance from town II B Head is in the neighborhood He will stay close around until after prlco of tobacco J F Board has a new boarder TUT Dally rr Hardinsburg aotno I1BT Dally rr Hardinsburg Hill pm TUO m Canned apples apIcots etc Wilts Miss Ola McGIll Is dangerously ill Como with tho cash to buy at Witts Wo will tako your country produce Witt Mr Ahmed Board has moved to Gar- Â¬ field A full lino of notions just received at Witts Mr Julius Dutschko was in town Monday Jim Smith Holt was in town lust Monday Clerk elect Cunningham was here lost Saturday Sweet potatoes Irish potatoes and cabbage Witts Mr Warren May returned lrom Mon- Â¬ Well One of tho richest women in America died in Now York a few days ago Her wealth was estimated at 3100000 Owensiioro did a wise tiling to vote for brick streets and Cloverport can furnish all the brick necessary for putting them in shape Say you Kepublicans please dont mention that little affair of Nov G Lets talk about good roads or something elso thats not so painful Meade county Democrats dont know that there has been a landslide only when a Breckenridge county Democrat steps over and mentions it GnovEii Clevelands perversity and tho Democrats staying at home is what done it Thero may be somo good to come out of it later and further on The millers of Chicago have decided to suspend operations in their mills for six weeks iu order to forco up tho price of flour by curtailing tho output Why has not the Fiscal Court of this county put into operation tho new law governing tho work of tho public roads Why does it not do it even now M Meyer Buras says he has been through a cyclone that swept away the roof of his house but ho didnt feel half so bad as he did when the one of Nov 0 struck him Kei udlicans are already discussing who they will put up to run for tho Leg islature next year whilo the Democrats havo concluded not to take up Ljie sub- Â¬ ject at all just yet Â¬ of tho Acme Brick Company told the News last week The General Manager that since he had taken tho companys business out of tho hands of the receiver ho had reduced the indebtedness over six thousand dollars Oun clever Brandenburg correspond Â¬ ent handles a wedding or a church dedi- Â¬ cation in as graceful and artistic stylo as do many of tho bept city correspondents She does all her work well and tho News Is justly proud of her The Democratic boys over at Hardins Â¬ burg aro setting their houso in order preparing to vacate Jan I Thero is ono thing that can bo said ofour hoys thoy will leave a clean house from collar to garret Thero is some consolation in this We entirely overlooked the fact and really beg pardon of tho gentleman who Thanksgiving Mr AB Kasey is putting a new roof on Ids house and A Taylor is adding a porch to liis Our town climbs slowly Rev Geo Morris will preach us a Thanksgiving sermon at Liberty at 11 oclock a m Thanksgiving day Nov 10 Tho school children enjoyed a holiday Monday Their teacher Mr Staunton Garner being called to Grayson on urÂ¬ gent business McDonough and Yates Flaherty Meado county cattlo dehorners have been in tho neighborhood They will return Friday Mr Strother Kasey has moved his family from his old homo in Hardin county to his fathers farm ono mile from this place Messrs Pickcrell and Field bought one hundred cedar posts of Lemuel DentSr to bo used for telegraph poles and three hundred of G T Mercer for fence posts All tho vacant houses in town aro taken and ono or two more aro in demand A good placo to speculate yes and do let us be of the speculator to build us a church Mrs Georgio Taylor and sister Miss Sallieare visiting friends nnd relatives in Meado and Hardin counties They took in the dedication of tho Catholic church at Ft Martins in Meade Mr A B Kasey has moved to his new residence recently purchased by him from G T Mercer Mr Mercer moved to tho property at the bridge All par- Â¬ ties are pleased with tlitSir change Messrs Pickerell and Field of Louis- Â¬ ville have engaged board with G T Mercer for several weeks They have contracts for several Jefferson county parties to supply them with cedar posts They have struck tho right place This part of Breckenridge can supply more cedar lumber than any other part of the county Dr Walker Bewleyville camo over Thursday to see how many Democrats were to bo buried sinco tho Gth Inst Doctor wo are sick but have strong hopes of recovery Feel our pulse and you will seo thero is a strong pulsation left Yes wo aro beaten bad but we will show you something in 00 It did our hearts good this week to hear from our old friend Frank Sterett and his family in Dakota Tho News saysSammie is 21 years old Saramlo was a pupil of mine during my first school year and a brighter little pupil I have never taught I often recall the pleasant nights spent with his father and mother during those days and tako this opportunity to send my best love to each member of the family hoping thoy nave not forgotten mo as I have not them Â¬ should have been mentioned as having been elected to the ofllee of Constablo by tho Democrats in tho Bock Vale precinct on Nov 0 Yes sir wo assure you that it is important The editor of tho Courier Journal seems to think that the recent defeat of tho Democratic party in this stato was not caused through the secret ballot sys Â¬ M B Sanders Sec tem of voting but ho Is certainly mis Â¬ Attack of Heart Trouble taken and right now two thirds of the party in tho state would favor tho re- Â¬ Mrs J D Brashear suffered a severo turn to tho old viva voice system if tho attack of heart troublo last night at tho Dr question was submitted to them Fourth street Presbyterian church J B Lacer was called and Mrs Brashear A iiloody conllict which occurred last was soon able to be taken to her homo Sunday in Owcnsboro in which several Sho was resting easily to day Owens young men prominent in society and in boro Inquirer Nov 15 business wero tho leading figures and two of whom wero mortally wounded leads tho Messenger to remark editorially Thero is tho worst gang of young drunkards in Owcnsboro just now that The incessant wasting of a we have known in a dozen yeans They consumptive can only be over- Â¬ come by a powerful concentrated are madly galloping hollwurd bringing disgrace humiliation aud broken hearts nourishment like Scotts Emul- Â¬ sion If this wasting is checked to their homes Wo fear tho womens and the system is supplied with prayer meetings will bo of little avail strength to combat the disease If a committee of about seventy fathers there is hope of recovery of boys from soveutecn to twenty one years old and fathers of nice young girls with whom these young reprobates are allowed to associate should swoop down upon the saloons gambling rooms and worae places about midnight thero might be in this town an opening of eyes that dont see because they refuse of Cod liver Oil with Hypophos to see There may lie no hope or those phltes does more to cure Con- Â¬ a little further alosg In life but some Â¬ sumption than any other known thing ought to be done to save these remedy It is for all Affection f boys A Dr Parkhiut Is needed in Threat and Lung Ceu hi Cold Bren that eity aWUs and Watfflr AmiMn XSH HT AHfcvW McMsJH Or frMitCrnmlBiiilng Pswitor Â¬ Ferry County Farmers Institute The Perry County Formers Institute will be held at Tobinsport on Monday and Tuesday December 3d and 4th OX A cordial invitation is extended to all Farmers and tholr friends of Brecken- Â¬ ridge and adjoining counties The very best time is assured as tho services of tho best speakers In tho State havo been secured W It Polk Chairman Consumption tana last Saturday Mrs L Green Falls of Rough was vis- Â¬ iting here last week II A Oelzo Cloverport was hero Mon day on legal business Mr aud Mrs Knapp Irvington wero visiting here last week James Scaggs aged 72 years died near Garfield one day last week Mrs Kate Bennett Irvington was hero Monday on legal business The frlonds of Judgo Murray in this place regret to learn of his serious illness My stock of watches and clocks present timely opportunities James Kinchcloe Morris Beard jr has tho contract for grading tho street opposite Judge Mer- Â¬ cer Our slock of shoes aro down low in prices but in styles wo can suit you Witt Mr Jesse Eskridgo is spending a few days in the Tuul neighborhood this week hunting Mrs Douglas Cox of New Albany Ind is visiting Mr and Mrs Robt Cox of this place Youll think silver has gone up if you seo what can be bought with it at James Kincheloos I do all kinds of repairs musical as well as jowelery call on me at same old place T C Lewis Mr G W Beard sjwnt lost week at Webster looking after his farming inter Â¬ ests in that locality Ijo Harned George Gray and Peyton Scott aro having a hot contest for the post ofilco at Harned It is hard to tell tho facts about our jewelry and yet not app ur to bo bragging James Kincheloe Repairs of canes umbrellas silverware Bring mo all of cutlery scissors s these things T C Lewis Mr Elizali Board moves into Mr Beelers property this week and Mr Beoler will move to his farm Beef hides potutocs turnips eggs butter furs chickens and all kinds of produce wantid at J A Witts Tho prisoners mado another attempt to break jail ono night last week but Mr DeJernette caught up with them Charley Board and Jeff Hook returned from Missouri last Saturday Thoy had good fun hunting but didnt find much game Revs Hook St Clair and Richardson are carrying on a big revival near Gar- Â¬ field There has been about ten addi- Â¬ tions to the church Mr Amon Kincheloe and Miss Mary Henderson were married at tho M E church South Tuesday the 13th Inst Rev S K Breeding officiating Mr Henry Kurtz and his sister Miss Emma and Mr Charley Claycomb and Miss Ora Claycomb were- - here last Bun day from Wedster tho guests of Miss Hattie May Having no interest in the jewelry de Â¬ partment I am able to devote my entire time to the repair business being better equipped with tools machinery and mat- Â¬ erial Tho interest of my patrons will thereby bo greatly advanced T C Lewis Rev Father Gabe has organized a choir to sing at tho Catholic church on Christmas morning consisting of tho fol- Â¬ lowing persons John Pulllam bari- Â¬ tone Will McGary cornet Wave Mat tlngly First violin Mrs Nora Lennin organist Misses Lulu Jolly Cora Smith Maggie Gabe Lulu Mattingly Mamie McGary Soprano Suslo Mattingly alto Will Lennin bass The Master Commissioner sold several tracts of land at the Court houso door last Monday and thoy all went at low figures There were but few bidders and no ono seemed to want laud at any price Tho Hardinsburg city hall went to B F Beard at 750 Tho old Hensloy proper- Â¬ ty in Hardinsburg went to Green W Ho also bought in tho Beard at 300 old Head farm near Lodiburg at 500 Tho II O Morton farm went to W S Dean at 100 subject to the widows homestead Henry Stallman bought the Win II Hayden farm near Mooleyville at MOO F M Cart 200 acres near Union Star at 21060 Â¬ Dear Gnnon As this Is my first let- Â¬ ter to your valuable paper I hope it will not find a grave in the waslobnekit and as I have not seen anything from this placo in jour paper for a long time I thought I would give you a few Items Wo are still needing rain tho roads aro very dry aud dusty Wo wero visited with n nlco llttlo snow last week though tho earth was so thirsty it did uot last long Tho election passed off quietly hero until laio in the evening when a dispute was raised between John Read and Tom Stltcs of color a few blows were tho result though neither seriously hurt Thoy wero both under the iufiuenco or whisky Ourstrctt3havc Lctn thronged with drummers for a low days Our school is flout ishiug under the supervision of Jt C Lucas wo wish you success Clint Quite a crowd of youtigstois from this vicinity went to Saltpeter Cavo last Sun Misses Carin bay among hem wero Bennett Miss Minnie Bennett Miss Nannio Lyon Miss May Arms Miss Isaac Pile and Messrs James A Qulg gins Lan Holmes and Shelby Arms They repotted a nlco time Quito a sensation was created in our Miss Leo Oliver neighborhood Monday a young lady living near this place at Â¬ tempted suicide by taking Rough on Her mother missing nnr misRats trusted some thingof tho kind and went in pursuit and found her but not until sho had swallowed the deadly poison but as medical aid was rendered at once she will perhaps recover Old aunt Liddie Royalty after a good ripe old ago died October 23 and was laid to rest on tho 24th on tho old home farm Aunt Liddie was in her ninety second year Mrs J F Arms after a long and ex- Â¬ tended visit to relatives at Vertrus Howos Valley and Elizabeth town has returned home Mrs Morris Arms of Looksburg Ark has been visiting Mrs Frank Arms tho past week wo welcome you Mrs Arms in our vicinity Mrs Paddie Mllncr living near Owcns- Â¬ boro died a few days ago She formerly lived near this place and no ono knew her only to lovo her Sho leaves a hus band two children and a host of friends to mourn her loss Little Lula Lampton of Elizabeth town is visiting her grand parents Mr and Mrs J F Arms Mr J D Johnson and family contem plate visiting ltis brother at Phllpot Ky Mr Oscar Elliott was tho guest of Miss Creter Nottingham last Sunday I think thero will bo a wedding soon Misses Nannio Lyon and Allie Quiggins attended the Teachers Association last Saturday Miss Amy Johnson was the guest of her brother and family Mr J D John son one day tills week Shelby and May Arms have just re- Â¬ turned from Shrowsberry and Leitchfield w hero they have been visiting relatives for a few days Mr Georgo Hall passed through town last week Ho still smiles at the name of Ida Somo girls think a house is no good without a Hall in it rlr George Royalty is frequently seer going to West View we think tho wed Â¬ ding bells will chime about X mas Â¬ Mrs B A Young Is In Louisville Mrs Jesse Malln is convalescing slow nrii BRANDENBURG i xx T C5 Â¬ ly Mr Henry Kawllugs has gone to Kan sas A protracted mooting is lit progress at Cedar Grove Mtoslcs has made Its appearance Look lor an epidemic Ladles Aid met at Mrs 11 O Wood Â¬ sons on Monday afternoon Mrs II C Woodson was In Louisville last weckon a shopping tour Miss Bettlo Clarkson will visit Mlffl Adams of Danville very Boon Mrs Clint Bryant aud children aro at Mrs Low Richardsons for n visit Wo aro all exceedingly sorry to hear of Miss Susie Richardsons Illness Mr and Mrs E T Alexander havo rooms at Mrs Blanche Fontaines Miss Fannie Clarkson and brother Ben were at the dedication Ben was so nice and accommodating Bishop McClo8key hopes to send a priest hero to tako charge of tho church till Fathurllerbuthls restored to health Mrs Jim Richardson doesnt know it if shoa in Louisville but we can imagine it those pretty rooms so nicely furnish- Â¬ ed and kept Mr and Mrs Foil Rhodes aro house Â¬ keeping over the Messenger office Mr and Mrs Frank Ditto Jr over Mr Mas- Â¬ on McMonlgles store Miss Jennie Wool folk is gradually Sho is beautiful growing weaker though white as wax calm submissive and meekly awaiting the transition Prof Gus Brown was here last week to see his sister Mrs Frank Webb and Give us somo more other relatives Democrats liko Gus and the old party will ride the billows yet Mrs Suddeth Mr N M Barnetts sister Mr and Mrs John Withers Mr and Mrs Dick Willett Mr Houser and Mr Walsch attended tho BarneCt Bruner marriage and reception Miss Lena Gilliland has enjoyed be- Â¬ ing with old friends who were all glad to seo her onco more Tho birds ore warb Â¬ ling stories about Miss Lena but these songsters are not always reliable so will wait for an authentic carrier Mr Mclntyro says wo Democrats wont even have a ticket in 00 Well well resign Carlisle for they would shout rebel at a man south of Mason and Dixon and tako Stephenson as tho Messenger suggest andMr B Worland is ready to stake on him for the nomi- Â¬ nee Mrs J W Richardson is homo again somewhat scarred but still in the Ben Harrison is single and will fight be largely in it about 00 Is our handsome young d ummer J T Ditto selling hats or making matches If latter he had hotter ring up telephone ex- Â¬ change and make inquiries Wo have literally and figuratively been throwing rico and old slippers at brides and grooms all the autumn but wo will have thrown none more heartily than to day Wednesday when we will shower Mr and Mrs N M Barnett nee Isabel Bruner with these ancient em Â¬ blems of good luck At half past three oclock at the residenco of Mr and Mrs W II Goughs to the strains of tho march from Lohengrin rendered by Mr George Worland theso happy hearts will be united by Rev a Presbyterian minister of Leavenworth Misses Agnes Mai in and Pearle Ind Ditto will precede the couple to center of double parlors beneath portlerres looped with vines and natural flowers During ceremony Mr Worland will play Call Me Thine Own The brides dress Is cream white taffeta silk en train gar Â¬ nished with ribbon and moussollne de solo The veil of same texture extend ing from coiffure to length of train A hower bequet of lilies of tho valley and ribbon to one side of skirt largo bows and loops at waist Delicate lilies in cluster will be carried whito satin slip Â¬ pers white gloves fan point lace hand Â¬ kerchief will make up an exquisite brid Â¬ al toilet The groom will appear in full evening dress Miss Agnes blue china silk Miss Pearle pink crepe While congratulations are extended these young ladies will charm by the power of mel- Â¬ ody Mrs Goughs lovely homo is ad Â¬ mirably adapted for entertainments The rooms will be darkened and lighted within The dining room will bo decor-Â¬ ated in smllax and potted flowers The able in ferns and lilies of tho valley The brides cake a snowy pyramid by small wax taper smllax and lilies Tho dinner will be served in courses to suit the most fastidious Tho brides going- away dress is handsome egg shell blue cloth wth hat and gloves to match Reception dress bluo gray with hat and gloves Other costumes and elegant wraps complete the loveliest trousseau I havo seon for many a day Many hand Â¬ some presents Isabel is a dainty blonde with wild rose complexion and expressive eyes Even had nature been less lavish in her gifts her sweet man- Â¬ ner and lovely character would endear her to those who known her Mr N M Barnett of Leavenworth Ind is a fine looking and exceeding popular young business man pi genial disposition and affable manners They will leave at sx p m for Louisville en route to Leavenworth where a home nest awaits them My dear young friends 1st love ever burn brightly in your hearts Have perfect confidence implicit faith and leave the rest to One who rules wisely Â¬ Â¬ - M NEW LINE- - OF COLORS OPEN TO DAY VEST K t J rill M2 i TWO TRACTS OF LAND lying on tho head waters of Panther preek near- - Easton Hancock County Ky Ono No tract containing 149J acres and tho other 113 acres improvements plenty of timber for building and fencing purposes and somo to spare Tiiis is fine tobacco land and will give some one a bargain in it Also 81 acres near Jollys Station This land is not for rent or lease It is for sale For further information call on or address S ink lij W S DBAN Rock Lick Kyj - Its About Time Proclamation by the Governor 8300 REWARD TOBINSPORT Weather cold Roads dry and dusty IND Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O Wo the undersigned have known K J Cheney for the last 15 years and be-Â¬ lieve him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their Cisterns all dry and everybody hauling water Potatoes aro moving at 55c to flat boats Several of our neighbors have slaught- Â¬ ered their swine Most of the farmers are about done gathering corn Horace Lamb of Patesvllle was over Sunday and Monday Tho Perry County Farmers lnstltuto will meet here in the near future Lat Mitchel of Derby our treasurer elect was hero last week hunting bonds Â¬ men Mifis Joslo Leaf of Decatur HI is here to spend the winter and return in the spring J D Cockrelt and Charles Cox were the jurymen from here in Circuit Court last week Rev Stephens spoko in tho interest of the A P A Band at tho Baptist church Sunday evening Mrs Vina Rogers who has been disÂ¬ abled by a dislocated and broken should- Â¬ er is improving slowly Wheat is looking very badly and it is going into winter in the worst shapo that it has for many years Died Mr Osborno McKInney after a long and painful illness died here last Friday and was burled on Saturday Mr Horace Squires who has been liv- Â¬ ing with his daughter Miss Agnew for two or three years has gone to live with ltis daughter in Brockenridgo county The lecshun is over and lota of the boys were left on this round Still the Democrats have seed left in this county and say they will raise a good crop by 00 The Jeweler and Silversmith CLOVERPORT KY DHUY Oh 1 CoxiinnwiiLTH or Kiktucky you were looking about for Christ Â¬ Ejucutiyc Depabtmint mas Gifts for friends and loved WIlKtlKAS It hai been mads known to ma ones Why not drop in and look by tba affidavit of Mr T J Druner that Wo would thero ars grouodi for the belief that ber but over our assortment T call particular attention to our band or J Bruner was murdered by rime party partlet unknown in Brcokenrldge large display County In August 18tf2 And whereai lion T 11 MeBeath Circuit Judge and Hon Weed B Cnclr Common- wealths Attorney of the Ninth Judicial Di trlet having recommended that a reward ba offered for the apprehension and conviction of aid party orpaitlea unknown Now therefore IJOHN YOUNO BROWN Governor of the Commonwealth aforesaid do hereby offar a reward of Three Hundred Dol Ian for the apprehension an1 conviction of the murderer or murderers of laid T J Bruner IN TE3TIM0NY WUElrEQF j SEAL I I hare hereunto set my hand and 1 caused the Seal of the Common Â¬ wealth to be affixed Done at Frankfort tba 6th day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety four an J In the one hundred and third year of the McQUADY for a good rain Mrs Wni Johnson died Tuesday Nov lMh of that destroyer consumption Mr and Mrs O B Pate Mattingly visited their son Mr J W Pate last Friday Mrs June McQuady has just returned from a Visit to her sister Mrs J N Sappi Commonwealth By tha Gorernon JOHN YOUNG BROWN Olaton Ky Joiik W IIiaDLir Secretary of State W D Wilson has contracted to build By Edw 0 Lnoit Ant Secretary of State a dwelling for Mr Fiank Lyons also one ADMINISTRATORS SALE for J L Ball 1 will as Administrator on Saturdty Novem Â¬ Mrs Joseph Smith who has been con- Â¬ ber lh i8n sell at Iubllc Auction thv personal II Oclze deceased consltting pf fined to her bed for so long died Tues-Â¬ estate ol Jfurniture farming Implements sheep household l hogs c day Nov 13th The Sale will be at the late residence of said W Pate Co aro erecting a largo Oelze J TBRMS AII suinsol black smith shop and farmers supply and under Ol SALEband over thatFha dollars cash In sum twelve months credit approved security requiredtills placo house at NOrtAII POBIZB Administrator O W Stone formerly of Tar Fork NOTICE moved into our town last week which All persons owing CITY TAXBS will pleasa makes ono more on our list of merchants call at my outce ana settle and save cost lam settle up book In December Our town is on a boom in splto of compelled toleyy and ny all property not paidand shall suerly by had times Tho saw mill here own December ioth ieVu Itefpmfully ed by Frank Ball is running day and O WJOIIOAN Collector night in order to euppty the material for the buildings going up In our midbt v Twenty five good tie makers Apply to ma School opened here four weeks ago PERCY HOPPER and is progressing nicely under the guid- Â¬ ance of Miss Eva Heetou Hardinsburg I We who Is giving universal satisfaction go and wel furnlshed school POSITIONS GUARANTEED havo a la house and a goodly number of pupils in uiiucr rcmsonaoie conditions uo not say It can Â¬ attendance not be done until you send for frec t zy paaa PKACTICA bVuT bUbLKUa XIIOOI Ol THROWN FROM HIS HORSE RUainLBB AaMJiHis hand Typewriting and leUirraohv - 15 ft WANTED FACTS S A Sixteen Year Old Fordiville Boy 5co tfs Emulsion The Freo Methodists out on Millstone dedicated their house of worship to God lat Sunday Rev J II Keys of West Salem III preached tho dedicatory ser Â¬ mon to a large crowd of people from all over the country About 10 oclock lasf Saturday morn Â¬ ing Ire broke out on the roof of Mr Bud Beavina house and owing to the firm Wet Truax Wholesale Druggbto To Â¬ scarcity of water the flames only laugh Â¬ Marvin ed at every effort that was made to ex Â¬ ledo O Waldlng Klnnan FortutMtely the map tinguish them Wholesale DruggUts Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally folks were at work on the barn and by acting directly upon the bloed and hard work moat every thing wmnmn4 mucous surfaces of the aytew Prlc horn the house before it IrarMtl dowi 7e per bottle- - Sold by all driimhti Thki W tlw MMitad time tlwl Mr Bviu 1mm bM burned out TsiUwonlak re Defective Xeeded Here SuperlnteadeLt Clias A Inge of the National Detective Bufmu Indianapolis lad anaounwe that two or three capa Â¬ ble and trustworthy men are seeded iu this coatV to act as prvatedeteetlYea unJerhis laatruetioaa Experience in the work is not awewity to ooma He edits a large criminal papr and will send It with full particulars which will explain iittWyou say enter tba profes sion by addreaitng him at IndianapoMa Pepartawajftnan the business son of Sam Roberta of Forde--till- e colleges In the uuttk Saks Inhalf VuIiVm ltis as was thrown from a horne last endorsed bf Sanksrst and UnltcXstates Thursday night while returning from iwwtlcal bookkejMf in ve4t ChpTbor4 tultbaa church and sustained such injurwa that upca to mm sexes 6m HMUuu past year he died Friday morning at 7 o cloek It representing jfi butss sad 7tft4lcs It has seems that young Kobprte loltchureh in also prepared books for HOUR STUDY company with other rboys afi4 on their way home they beaaato run their sent on 6a days trial Wkm em write salatsF J- hoisee and Roberts being the fleetest imnsrKL f ot foot soon distanced the other Items NH It pays sash tj faryacaiKiee as boa The boos followed on and when tbey eame to where there was a sndden tern In the road they found young Roberta proatratn form lying by the akla oi the road He was picked np unconscious All wa done or and carried bowe Fini elaM Jtpak him that eould be bnt to jh avail Fouud Scad ly the Roadside The Hartford Herald says Ilia NASMVIlLKTENN 4 WBEK8 by Drsunbtons method to 12 WEEKS by olu rnctnou It expends more nMway In the Employment oiiwchn--InKbookkeerdnglss- iotcestof Us FRUIT TREKS X NOT1CB Ito 3yolTit8000prl000 Ji00OprlO00 pr 1000 8 efetoiul ciaM 12000 yetirt old at Ind 8 V HARDIN slfldwHJe Ky SmSr MONEY J H THH BRROKRNRIDGR Â¬ Â¬ NKS GIIOVElRPOELT KY Mr and Mrs Clssel deceased Sirs Mary Brown and Sir Siiko Flaherty and the Building Committee Slossrs Cray croft Lancaster Medley and Kdelln for pushing tho work to completion For tho Protestant friends who havo assisted in the erection ho asked Gods blessing Bishop SIcCloskey very briefly but by a bit of wo d painting wherein lies his special charm arose to say to tho con gregation of St Sfartln Hint only unity sacrifice nnd g nerosily could have In siieli n short tiiiu1 paid for mid erected such an elegant building Ho very feel ingly made tho dead past of old St Slor tin live again by his potent and dexter Â¬ ous mastery of words and painted tho memories of the old with proud thoughts of tho now blending them so beautifully as to cause tears for tho ono and joy for Â¬ Â¬ Accepts Prof Shacklotts Challongo to Discuss tho A Monoy Question His First Paper Giving His Views From tho Standpoint of a Populist AN INTERESTING SUBJECT JUST NOW rADUCAII Kv Nov 12tll 1894 Ko Â¬ L it Is 1 K If -- f Tlmt any article when properly stump ed by the government under tho author Â¬ ity of tho law of Jpgal tender without any promiso to redeem it in something of real value will bo goo 1 money and p rform the money function uudor any and all circumstances and conditions and he will tako up tho negative and write arliclo week about with mo till I cry quit I quote from memory but think I have it right I cftnfesa I hard Â¬ ly grasp tho meaning of his proposition Docs hu mean for mo to afllrm that tho government of the United States has power to issue a full legal tender money that will be good and perform the office nnd function of money in foreign coun- Â¬ tries where under certain circumstances it might find lis way Or docs ho mean that I am to affirm that such money would bo good under such conditions as would follow tho dissolution or dis If he truction of our government means for me to affirm the proposition in the sense that it must include the lat- Â¬ ter two meanings then I must declino to I would not under- Â¬ enter tin discussion take tin- affirmation of sucli a proposi- Â¬ tion but I will undertake tosustnin the propositions I laid down in my first arti Â¬ cle I desire that if a discussion is entered Into between us through tho columns of the News It shall bo profit Â¬ able to both us and tho readers of the paper One thing I believe Mr Shack lett and I ard both agreed on that is we both desire that wo all have a good gov- Â¬ ernment and we all know wo have not got it Mr Shacklett is a good Democrat and I presume believes in tho princi- Â¬ ples of the Democratic party and that were theso principles fixed permanently in our constitution and laws we would have good government Whilo I believe in the principles of the Peoples party and that when they aro embodied in our governmental policy we will have gnuhio prosperity peace and happiness as a nation sucli as lias ncyer vet been enjoyed by any people on earth I am ready to discuss with Mr Shacklett tho relative merits of the principles of our rispective parties and since tho most important question at issuo between the Democratic and Teoples parties is the Monoy question I prefer tho discussion of this question first I think how ver Mr Shacklett should favor us with an i article in reply to mino published in the issue of Oct 24 I should be glad to seo his effort to refute the the facta and reas- Â¬ oning put forth in that article To my mind Doe Gray a country boy of Bran- Â¬ denburg has successfully met and re Â¬ futed tho statement in Mr Shackletts fireC articlo on monoy All money is fiat money Money is a creation of the law to be a legal tender at its face valuo for tho payment of debts It ian instrument of exchange a repre Â¬ sentation of value a measure of defered payments The gold silver or paper or whatever thing or material is used to receive tho government stamp under the authority of an act of legislation creating moni y acts only 03 an agent or messen- Â¬ ger conveying the evidence of said act of legislation The monoy function is not in the material which receives tho impression of sovereign authority but in Repeal the stamp backed by tho law tho law under wjiich theso agenta or messengers recctvo tho stamp and de- Â¬ monetize them and their life the mon- Â¬ ey function dies and they cease to be money Witness the trado dollar which was demonetized In 1870 This piece of Bllvor metal still retained the stamp of tho government after it waa demone- Â¬ tized but it was no longer nToney Tho law which gave it life took its life away There is no sucli thing as a money of tho world never was and in all human probability never will bo Boforo tho coins of tho United States become money in ottier countries the poople of tlioso other countries must give their assent either by custom or legal enactment Before the money of other countries becomes money in tiro United States our government must enact a law declaring them to bo legal tender In 1834 Congress parsed a law declaring the silver coin of Mexico Peru Chil and Central America and the gold coins of Great Britain Porlugnl Brazil Spain Mexico and Columbia Jo be full leg tender for the payment of all debts and dunands within the United States the T silver coins hy tae the gold coins by Weight Old men now Ifvlng renumber whrn the Spanish milled dollar circula ted iu this country widely and in good On Feb 21 1837 Congress fjanltUs repealed the actauthorzlngthe currency of far ign gold and silver coins and ma Â¬ king then a legal tender in payment of debts and from that moment they ceased f to legal tender arm nence reused to be be money within the dominion of the United States Mr Shacklett scenn to hold to the old idea of the days of wild cat banks State banks of issue or rather private banks of issue aulhoriwd by the State The Is- mm of those commonly oalkxl wU to banks were not woHey bat -Â¬ Â¬ y I note Mr riliacklettB chnllengo in Inst weeks issno of your pa per to mo or nny of my confederates to affirm the following proposition iTon Nkws pay money These promises wero good only when the banks possessed the ability to redeem thorn which they often did hot do and hence bank failures In those days were both frequent and nu merous Notes nro paid Pledges are Goods left In power or pledged fulfilled are redeemed Money needs no redempt- Â¬ Gold coins and silver eolni stump ion ed as money and paid out Into limita- Â¬ tion rurry no promise of the g ivt riiinunt with them foftheir r demptlim Abso Â¬ lute monoy money of full aitd p rfeel le Â¬ gal tender functions paid out into ilrrn lation for any thing or nny service w hat ever gots without any promiso of re Â¬ demption and requires none whaever Money may bo said to bo redeemed by the government when tho government receives it back in payment for tuxs or public dues It may bo 6ald to be re Â¬ deemed by tho individual recliiig it every time it passes from hand to hand in the payment of debts or the purchase of tho necessaries and comfortsof life The merchant receiving it for goodtlio farm Â¬ er for ills surplus products the labortr for his work the doctor for Ills service nnd so on through tho whole calalgguo of labon rs and professional men every man may bo said to reform this mony when ho receives it In payment for his labor or services In tills sense money but this may bo said to bo redeemahl Is a part of the very life of money This is a property or function inhurent in the very nature of monoy nnd does not conio from any outside promise of redemption at all I hope Mr Shacklett will not feel so soro over tho wiping of his party oIT the faco of the earth last Tuesday that lie cannot reply to at hast one of my letters I have been a candi- Â¬ date once and defeated but I do not feel discouraged at nil Truth and justice will I feel triumph in the end and I shall continue working with all the pluck and perseverance I am capable of in the ranks of tho great plain people tho Peoples party Wo do not think we aro right we know it and we nre not going to relax our efforts in the smallest degree till the great majority of tho people sec tho in- Â¬ justice and tyranny of tho laws under which we live and right them We are Wo are not dismayed or disheartened going right on in our work our ranks swelling now steadily and rapidly by ro cruits from the shattered and deiiioril Izod Democracy Respectfully J II A Â¬ Goorgo Wehthorholt as Special Pollco prico for this root nnd will consumo all that can ho produced tho medical men of Europo and America havo never found IS ygfffMsiw JMieM Our Indian any curatlvo power in it tribes howover agrco with tho Chlneso nnd regard ginseng a a valuablo medicine Slany localities iu tho south nro well suited to the cultlvotlon of this plant and there is no danger of overproduction Tho Chlneso would rathcrgo with Â¬ out clothes than go without ginseng Atlanta Constitution Â¬ Ifflll 1 WEBSTER Our lltllo church has a now organ Sir Green Beard is repairing his house on ills farm near hero Sir Herbert Head has been visiting in in this nclghbood for tho past fow weeks Dr S P Parks has improved his resid Â¬ ence until it presents n handsomo ap- Â¬ pearance Sir Fiadge Carter lias sold his farm to his son and ho nnd his family will move to Cloverport Sirs Laura Kurtz and daughter Sliss Emma spent tho afternoon witli Sirs Joseph Adklsson Wednesday Little Jesse Haynes tho littlo nephew of Tim Jordan got severely kicked by a pet colt lie will be badly disfigured for life Sliss Emma Kurtz must learn to watch tho nvenuc gate and keep it shut so a certain young man wont have to bo mrnlf smm wmwmmmmmmsk mm mm mSmL w mm vztem - vmm m mII xBmgsr Officer coming up to suspect mo mon Consider yerself under nrriefc German Countryman surprised seconds hesitation I vill go wit you Donnor wetter I After a tho other At seven a in fifty four were confirmed nnd a number in ado their first communion robed in white white veils and wreaths purity an outnard symbol of what the heart should be when conse- Â¬ crated to God and His service Through tho kindness of Sfr and Sirs It II Novltt I was enabled to be present nnd send you the above items I nrn indebted yea most especially indebted to Father OConnor that courteouskind gentlemnn for favors I regret that Father Fitzgerald should have been an noyed by the reporters present and wo herewith extend our heart felt apologies promising never to commit n like oflenso but to seek or send for tho Rev John OConnor The day was especially notablo by the presence of so many representative citi zens from Sleade and adjoining counties Fully two thousand peoplo wero in at- Â¬ tendance Tho ushers did admirably in seating without confusion so vast a throng Slits II A G Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DH J W NEL1I3 HONEST EXPERIMENT WINS A CANDID DOCTOR Oa Auj it 1M3 For the past two years I hart used Kings Royal Oermetuer la mr praotlo with most satisfactory results I hart used It In Tt- always rhold ami Ulllous Ferers and It lowerswith and best eCteots tha temperature and Atlanta BREAKS UP FEVERS ef all kinds common to this latitude mors expeditiously than any remedy within my From my own experience In Its knowledge use upon myself and others to whom I have recommended and administered It I bellere It ould be a good remedy FOR YELLOW FEVER It Is a most excellent antiseptic cures o tarrb Insomnia night sweats and eczema la all Its forms Kings Royal Uermetuer U emphatically compelled to eithcr borrow a horse or A SAFE REMEDY walk home but if I borrowed a horse I And leaves no Injurious effects In the systtu W NELMS MD J Mayor would also borrow a saddle West find Go Sliss Mary Henderson nnd SlAnniKi U00 C for 1500 Sold by Druggists Sir Anion Kincheloo in tho church nt Kings Rojal Germatusr Co Atlanta Gi tills place tho 13th The bride was at- Â¬ tired in a traveling costume of hand Â¬ some green cloth nnd hat to match MWG Slany good wishes for tho young couple Correctly weekly by Pumphrey Iaufer Pro Sir Tom Lyddan has bought 400 bush Â¬ to Every person big little old or young els of corn from Sir Joseph Adklsson duce Commission Merchants JKy Second Mbet Main and Market Louisville black or white rich or poor who bos Sir Adklsson will havo hia salo tho 24th LOUISVILLE KY Not 20 1894 over used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pro- and on Slouday following ho will leave Shippers should mark all packkgei plainly nounce it tho best cough nnd lung rem Â¬ for his new homo near Owensboro Sirs with shippers name and poit offloe address edy on earth Its true too so wo guar- Â¬ Adklsson will remain a few days visiting BUTTER antee Forsalo by Short HaynesClov relatives and friends 14 Choice country 15 erportDr R II SIcSIullin McDaniels 10 Medium 13 Creamery - V m 26 SI Meyer Co Buras Geo Hoyser EQQS Constantino A Taylor Rosetto Drury Fresh 17 18M BEANS Dennett C9 Bewleyville Ky W E CHRISTMAS Michigan hand ploked to 22 5 Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols 1 75 to 2 00 indlarja Navy GIFTS Garfield Ky A R Slorris Big Spring g-1 00 to 1 20 Old or Common and colored 10DUE Il Â¬ Ky NEXT YEARS TRIALS Hunting- - Dog Contests May Be Held in the Vicinity of Eliza- bethtown Thero aro strong indications that the field trial of setters and pointers next year will bo held in the vicinity of Eliza bethtown Ky A trial was started there In ISO- - but was finished near Bickcl Ind on account of scarcity of birds Recent reports are that quail havo in Â¬ creased wonderfully in tho county sur- Â¬ rounding Elizabcthtown and prettier fields and more inviting territory can seldom be found Messrs J L Adams and Norvin G Harris of Louisville and P T Sladison of Indiana secretary of the association havo been appointed a committee to visit the farming section about Elizabcthtown and endeavor to wake arrangements with land owners to protect nnd preserve tho birds for tho field trials As it rarely happens that as many as a dozen birds aro killed during an entire field trial objection could not bo offered on tho score of destruction of birds The work of bird dogs alone is to bo considered and it is seldom that tho handler shoots witli the intention of kill- Â¬ ing This point is merely advanced by the commlttco to disabuse tho public mind of an impression that tho associa- Â¬ tion wants birds protected so that its members may slaughter them If tho desired grounds aro not shot over this season or tho birds netted an Â¬ other Benson will furnish a crop that will bring together tho best dog in tho United States and their owners and trainers Owensboro Slesscnger g JJZ JEWUIJIV iMiixious stum IOII M 2 g FEATHERS Prime white goose Mixed Old No 1 duok OAM E 1 35 20 15 25 SO 2 00 1 1 Whenever tho little children tho dies or the big men want something to regulato their liver or cure constipation and billiousness Dr Bells Tiny Tonic Tablets is what thay must have They cure and you never fcol it Purely vegetable 23c a vial everywhere For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr It II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer Co Buras Geo Hoyser Constan tino A Taylor Itosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky Â¬ Â¬ la- Â¬ gr ST I I CM Mi siiiViuVAiu Rabbits Squirrels HIDES Green pood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins Roosters per lb 1 to 25 to 75 50 oiijicts or AIIT Our Assortments this Year arc larger anil Jlorc Beautiful than Kver before - 3 4 10 JJZ F N DHUY CLOVIillPOItT KV Hens per lb 6 6 1 50 2 50 Spring Chickens per doz DRIED APPLES AND PEACHES Apples choice bright quarters to Apples average i to 5 POULTRY 12f i bi 4 Apples old Peaches new Peaches old to 5 yAyyyAyYyYyj WOOL Tub washed Orease fine Orease coarse Merino Barry and Cuts Tallow Beeswax Sorghum 21 15 13 10 10 MURDER AND SUICIDE Officer Dont know wether yerll go wid mo dont yer Tek Judge Allison of Nashville Murdered By the Clerk of His Court Â¬ lis then for resisting tho law Chancellor Andrew Allison of tills city was shot and instantly killed this afternoon in a corri- Â¬ dor of tho court houso by George K Whitworth fornix years past tho clerk and matttfr1- - of tho court Whitworth then shot andfat4ily wounded himself Chancellor Allisons son Granville Alli- Â¬ son was appointed a few days ago to succeed Whitworth as clerk to morrow Whitworth accosted Chancellor Alli- Â¬ son and when tho latter turned partly around Whitworth fired tho contonta of a double barreled shotgun into his face and breast Chancellor Allison died in- Â¬ stantly Whitworth then drew a pistol from his pocket and shot himself twice In tho breast Judgo Allison waa one of the leading jurists of tho state and served as chan- Â¬ cellor for two or three terras Tho sala- Â¬ ry is 2400 whilo tho office held by Whitworth was worth about 120000 per annum It waa generally understood that Whitworth who was a man of po- Â¬ litical influence managed Judge Allisons campaign and put up money for tho ex Â¬ penses The cause of their split is not known but it is learned that the A P A influence had something to do with it 14 Â¬ Nashville Nov ST MARTINS A Beautiful House of Worship icatcd to tho Service Dot- - of God The Services Conducted By the Rt Rev Bishop McCloskey In the Presonce of Two Thousand People Profoundly Impressive Were the Ceremonies E W Bagby a prominent lawyer of Puducah Ky says that Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey cured his children of whoop- Â¬ ing cough when all things else failed Ub a now remedy for all cougli8v For TOo by Short A Ilaynes Cloverport Dr It II McMullin McDanida M Meyer Co Buras Geo Ileyscr Constan- Â¬ tino A Taylor Itosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield KyrA It MorrlsBIg Spring JCy IVPNevittThos Ballard W A Brown Alma Brown Mis Brown W T Mc Donormh LOO ROLLED OVER HIM J C Brown Mrs A P McDonough Charles Joiicp O A Sheri Peter McDonald Receives Injuries clilTtf Mrs Isabella Sims Michael Whelau On eachstdo of main aislo are Which Will EesuU InjHis arches supported by green and gold v M Death V accident ocrurrul at Millers saw mlllum ar tho old uanu JTA uepoi on South Lewis 6trcetcysterday morn gat 7 oclock in which Peter McDon- aid a white employee received injuries which will doutblces prove fatal The mill wJ fust starts tip and McDonald uiattaiuiliig near the track bn rvitlcb there was an immense saw log Bj some means the fastenings hud become loose during life Jjigljt jruiiairtlM truck starter the ogtteU tf Tctikeil Mc Donald down anil then rolled over the wlmlu lanfflli tit litd htvlv If A naa rilrk A fearful i Two years ago tho members and pastor Father Fitzgerald of St Martins church determined to erect a new church and set about the undertaking with zeal us a watch word and unity lor a motto Tho result wo saw last Wednesday A model of grace beauty and strongth towors towards heaven An elegant brick edifice of Gothic architecture com Â¬ pleted and paid for fifteen thousand dollars with a seating capacity of eighteen hundred The main entrance is by a largo vestibule from which the stair way runs to tho gallery for organ and choir Tho doors are beautiful memorial ones presented by Air and Mrs J W Medley and Jt O Oroycroft Two side entranceson either side of main eight largo stained glass windows four on each side all memorial donated by W II Edelin lillsa Kdolln Donnie Kdellu J II Thompson Mr and Mrs Easy to Take f nnd keep tho system in Perfect Older AVERS CATHARTIC PILLS A specific for Hctidticho argwe upoTJi hestMdiqiw5 ROYAL Baking Pqwder tilgkat of it Im iyMimg attmgtkv He soon whole body bruised ixully cauitht a little breath and km still alive when last hiar ftvsj lsstfhy liit Ijls death is certain Otreaabbro llaweafsr yVjigil Hfc his Constipation and Dyspepsia Every dexjo JCrtfeotive pillars with stained glass skylights above in the form of a crescent Tho altar is an artistic pieco of workmanship in white and gold with a very largo handsomo memorial window on each side donated by Mrs M A Itliodes F SI Lancaster Kov J J Fitzgerald and Mr Joshua Lancaster A room on each sido of the Sanctuary with an interior and exterior entranco Pews comfortable and walls white as alabaster Two sido pews arp yet to bo added and some outsido work done A slate roof adorns this beautiful temple The women as in all affairs of this life have been largely instrumental by private subscriptions solicitations and entertainments in pushing their house of worship to a finish and tho ourcreods and our belief divide hero on earth yet we know that when summoned to the Templo not made with hands our ono Father our ono Redeemer has promised to rcceivo us if wo servo Him acceptably according to our conscience Last Wednesday morning dawned with a crisp bracing atmosphere and at 0 oclock a party eight of us Btiugly seated in Hugh Greens hack had started for Flahorty to witness the dedication of St Slartins Wo reached our destination about nino oclock and just in time for the ceremonies which wero conducted by tho Rt Rev Bishop SIcCloskey Rev G A York celebrant of Slass for the day j Rev Hugh Daly Deacon j Rov A O Sullivan Rov J J Aboil Rov John OConnor Rov Geo Niohaus Rov W J Dunn sermon j Rov J J Fitzgerald pastor of St Martin congratulatory remarks Profoundly Impressive wero tho coro monles Tho Rt Rev Bishop and the officiating clergy clad in rich clerical robes wero present in a body lending brilliant color to tho solemn occasion Fully eighteen hundred people wero in ttio church but quiet and order reigned After dedicatory sorvices Father York celebrated High Mass tho St Martin choir rendering tho music Father Du in preached from the text This is none other than tho house of Jpd the gate of heaven He said in sutsancc that very few realized tho eacrcd meaning of that holy word church tho blessed privileges granted to her children and tho opportunities she affordvd for help and consolation He alluded to the Jewish nation as still looking for the coming Meeiah and then to the portrayal of the beautiful thought that our Messiah had come and through Jliinand to Him we were to day offering our prayers Ho referred to the beauti fuOchurch St Martin as Gods ovn cburth and enjoined unity The dis Â¬ course was an able one delivered by a learned man of God Father Fitzgerald the pastor dollvei edgu address in which he eulogUel his congregation for soal and sacrifices made to rear and complete the handsome building Ha paid a glowing tribute to Sub-Deaco- In Poor means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected Donj play with Natures greatest gift health MISCELLANEOUS wharf Molasses 30 Qj Si HAY OIIAIN FEED We quote pricel to day on Louisville olty OATS 32 HAY 10 50 38 ft 4K 25 Health No 2 oats Strictly chotc Choice No 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw CORN holce whit Choice shelled II 00 10 00 4 75 12 00 11 00 5 50 is 00 48 4 00 3 50 3 40 3 00 90 K CATTLE Good to extra shipping Light shipping Best- - Butchers Medium to good butchers 4 25 3 75 S 05 3 25 5 4 8 5 00 00 75 00 Browns A Wonderful Root Ginseng is a root almost worth its wont itaiu your weight in gold in China and Secretary tteth and Its Morton in his last report recommends pleasant to take its cultivation in this country Formerly wo shipped 1000000 worth of ginseng to China overy year but thp Dyspepsia Kidney and Liver supply lias fallen off and Corea uow furÂ¬ Neuralgia Troubles nishes nearly all of it Constipation Bad Blood Tho Chlneso regard tills plant as a Malaria Nervous ailments euro for ahnott every disease They bo Womens complaints llovo that tho root possesses intellgeuce Het onlv the eeiiulne It ha crossed red lines on the wrapper All others ate sub and powers of locomotion which enable stltutes On recelnt of two ae ikimiis us will send set of lei UeoulKul Worlds1 They it to run away to escapo capture I air VIWJ and book Iree I also bollevo that it is guarded by tho nortwM ruruirn rn piiTiunce un m - v1H vw - onvni IMW fxv tiger the leopard tho wolf and tho snake animals appointed by tlys gods to BEBT IN QUALITY M08T IN QUANTITY protect it four ounces A root weighing threo or sells for 200 but tho American articlo commands only 2 a pound In Corea it is cultivated under government super vision but in tills country tho plant WHITES CREAM grows wild in tho mountain regions Tho Chinese eay that tho vlrtuo of tho plant is not in its material compostion but in a Inystorlous power appertaining FOR 20 YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies to it through being produced wholly EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED1 apart from human influence under the SOLD 11 V AII UKUOUISTS care of a boneflcient spirit Irp4r4 b Biciunnsiu iuiiM tit ht tons Chlneso will pay any But while tho Iron Bitters If jnu are feeling out of sorts weak and generally ex Â¬ hausted nervous hate no appetite anil cant work begin at once talc lug the most rella- I le strengthening medicine which is II owns Iron Bit Un A lew bot Â¬ tles cure benefit comes from the ery first dose 1 HOQS 1 Choice packing and butchers Fair to good 4 Rough 6 Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under4 Good to extra shipping Fair to good LAMBS Oood to extra spring Fair to good 85 50 76 SHEEP 2 00 2 76 4 60 2 60 2 25 2 50 4 75 4 00 LouIstIIIci SI Louis Texas RJ Co It Cures SCHEDULE TIME Taklntr Uffoct At 600 oclck A U Sundy Dec 17 1893 Wft Bound IYgsm 2TO 22 i MSI Exprs Kxprs Dally fiSOpm 6 45 72 7 30 7 47 ail2oi IVai 52 A STATIONS Mail M Dally 7 45am 8 40 8 43 00 9 07 VVavVrVSv 800 IvUan ptar Kentucky West Point Howard Hoc Haven Longllrancb Urandenburg St Uxprs Kxpr Dally Dally 12 45pm 8 30pm 755 8 04 12 30 815 1160am 7 35 7 30 1147 1132 714 813 8 21 8 30 8 38 917 921 9 31 9 45 1004 1014 1020 1028 1033 1036 1063 1105 1116 1121 1130 1131 WORMS 954 845 900 909 914 917 931 9 41 964 8 55 Lodiburg Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison 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Daietts 736 727 719 Jv 706am 347 341 337 330 323 318 310 2 66pm ill yourself at home No icicswry Nullum N incunteniciice The Wsdri tra applied Imillt diuohlnir aud distributing directly upon the aflliutd parts- - We tuuramve mi absolute 1 he full trataicut coiuitts of sur In turn m three formulas A II and Ci A far retail eases Tarmula mart aeirers aasea samula II afUaa alaaiaa FarMulallFar eary arvereea rrtoe IaoU 1200 Per Bos or 8 Boh io3J Correspondence solicilcd Reference furaubed Uterine Wafers Ihyilclin trtt rr LoulsyllleHadlosbiifgfli Western RR 1801 I Na 3 TIME TABLE TAKING EFFECT JULY 20 fr THES3 ROYAL CHEMICAL CQj BROADWAY CINCINNATI 6 1EDY m Voluntary testimonials IfHtt 17 KiprtH pr pfBW BRAMWIB KW J All iihkhh RWULATOR CO Q HonrIM V Yw CM fM vM AtUtfa A1lfHffi2 tmTS vha AMumr 11 finlU yI tffbtU rMf i aU4 liiousraouia i usmcul corWia Wim toCsWTCBlaM say injurious subaiaaee Llaol AlataOlM flURNTtB a CUK i wr luabu ST Hast Bound Trains Daily I Daily I jTally Dally ex bun e Sun STATIONS ex Sua ex Sun I No 2 No f 11 Ohm Lv Irvington Ar 9 San H 40 Oartfcld IS llAaifl Haracd 12 1212 lUrdlastrurg 7 45 West Pound Trains No6Nol 1248 Risk iU 12 Var IS 2 aiesdeaae Owuki arFslUJtemghiv Xackval AskJas Oaks IU 2 fij fiFei M fS VflL I i aMSfana iU ftW 4 I ii i 1 im n i I ll tHH BRROKNRIDQEl ii Up A y5 J i r Will OeteM Scientific Ircdlctlon That orato Greatly In Iuttiro Generation NEWS GLOYERPORT KY IJtcribtoAtf lJ It Â¬ I in rr AMtitifAN Mitss associahoh ed at Inst tho secret of my life Whnt is it That is n morbid fancy llttlo vriro Tomorrow darling Wait till to growing I fcnr ont of your unfortu nately solitary mid lonely childhood A morrow Is it best dear few years of bird songs nnd bluo sky I think so Little wifo do you ro will euro you Something has occurred to you of latn dear to remind you of member the timo when you wero loath all this Go on Dont bo afraid to toll to yield joarsolf to your lovo for mo because you felt that in making a union mo Yes Jullau something did happen with n nameless girl I was running a tome I dont know why it was Perhaps terrible risk Hush Julianl My henrt is in my my head was weak from my sickness But in tho first days of my recovery at mouth That fear has novcr died In I lay thcro listlessly on tho bed I fre tho midst of nil my happiness I havo quently fell into trancollko states I novcr been strong enough to lift that havo found out sinco that by resisting weight Oh I thought bomo day wo tho feeling when it first approaches I may bo sitting hero blindly happy in our can break tho spell but I was too weak ignoranco nnd tho truth will comol If and lacking in determination then Tills it is as I fear it may be will Julian feel still that his courso was wlso Will ho grow upon mo nnd I becamo frightened I remembered what tho doctor had told lovo mo quite as much quite as dearly Will thcro bo no shadow of mo about my mother nnd by forcing as beforu my mind to think of other things I have regret in his heart Oh my husband If succeeded in freeing myself from tho I could bolievo thero would bo I should bo so miserable shadow That is why I havo told no one Julian gathered her to his heart nnd not oven you That is why I do not liko kissed her v itli reckless freedom to bring it back again Tomorrow littlo wifo tomorrow But I dont 6eo what all this has to you shall know what a fool I havomado Maxoy said von do with tho portrait of mysolfl derinrly I vill tell you Julian Itwasinono of thio waking nightmares that I saw Lamar I beliovo you aro a wizard Why that fueo Dont make mo tell it Julianl How do you orrivo at your concluDont mako mo tell itl God knows I would do nothiiig to sions It is almost too strango for because myliltlo wifo n moments uneasi- Â¬ lief What possessed you to question my ness but darling it so important to wifo so closely tho other day about tho our welfare for yours and miuo that origin of that portrait you nhonld speak Let it bo recalled Cant you guess Had you forgot- Â¬ oiieo mid then forgotten for all time In ten ono of tlw o dreams yon baw that faco I dont uuderstand you Sho answered him in a low voice No Do you recollect tho description Yes Julian I was lying on tho bed given by tho janitor of tho mysterious there in tho nlcovo room Something lazy man whoso anxiety for your vol I dout Unow what to call it camo over faro after Annotto was brought hero was mo It was more liko a waking dream sufficient to get him to tho door but than anything 1 could name My eyes was never by any possibility strong wcro wide open all tho timo I saw tho room nnd tho tilings in it just us now enough to induco him to mount tho Sho clung closer to her husband and stairs Dont yon remember tho janitors description middlo nged smooth face went on eyo I was lying theioin tho alcovo room small eyes near together busl Max looking toward tho flrcplnco out there brows hooked noso and tho rest It was just utter I had been brought cy I had been keeping my eyo open for back here lnjforo I had told you my sto Mich n looking individual over since Is ry I was watching tho red coils in tho thero anything very remarkablo about grate Pi csently 1 felt a Milking dreamy that Well I should never havo thought sensation coming over me I did not t You aro tho most modest man I understand it I was too weak to mako Vpo 0 yon will also claim that thcro nny resistance to it It was in tho middle of tho day and tho room was full of vai nothing remarkablo about your anal light But though tho knowledge of that ysis of tho gho t Oh yes I shall That is different that fact never left lio I felt that it hud suddenly becomo very dark All tho is scientific In that matter I nm apt to light seemed to nriso from something bo vain Maxoy if you will carry your bursting up into a great ilamo in tho momory back to a conversation wo had in your sitting room somo months ago grate and then between mo and tho fire with tho strong glare upon it I saw you will Hatter mo by recollecting that that faco just as I havo tried to draw it I almost predicted tho result of your I could see tho mans arms and shoul- wifes power of visualization After tho experiment of Dr Bcntly and myself ders lie seemed to bo holding something to tho light of thofiro and staring witli tho cat or rather tho accident wo at it But that was dark All this was witnessed for it was no plan of ours dim but ical real its you or tho room and I becamo convinced that sho really itself and yet all tho time if you can had a remarkablo unconscious power of understand such a tiling I never got tho retaining in her mitid tho imago of anyreal flro mined with the lira that was in thing that impressed her I thought a my mind alone Tho grato was still good deal about it and I distinctly rec- Â¬ thcro behind tho faco nnd boulders It ollect tolling you when you wero ex was an apparition and I know it That pressing somo very callow views regard was what terrified me not then for I ing tho possibility of her remembering ovents occurring during her illness if nover thought of fear but afterward when somebody camo in and disturbed sho recovered her mind I distinctly mo and I had timo to think of it When recollect telling you then that if sho that disturbance came tho phantom over got well sho would havo nbsoluto vanished liko a flash Afterward it camo ly no memory of that timo but that it would bo perfectly possiblo for her to to mo in tho dead of night and sudden ly sprang up out of tho darkness Do carry a sccno into tho futnro that for you wonder that I was nfraid such things instance I should not bo overwhelmed might get a hold upon mo and tried to with surpriso if though sho could re member neither of us sho should paint banish it your picturo or mino as an idea of her Thou in tho namo of all that is inown No thero is nothing at all mys- Â¬ telligible why did you skotcli it Because Julian I wanted to mako terious In this affair It is presumable it real Then if I must think of it at all mid it actually happened By induction wo havo demonstratI could think of it as n picturo drawn nnd deduction bothscienco that is a raroÂ¬ upon canvas and pcrsnado myself that ed it and even in it was no hobgoblin that was haunting thing my boy thing is your science What a great inc Perhaps you cannot understand this It dissects a ghost as it feeling but I toll you truly after I had cried Maxoy materialized that face it no longer had docs a monkoys body and makes of a tho samo terror forme Perhaps I ought grim and ghastly apparition tho most to havo concealed my work but I novcr natural ovent in tho world Dr Lamar smiled thought of your questioning mo Dr I am glad to hear you talking sense Lamar frightened mo go How could ho Timo was when you were n little skepever guess what was in my mind on tho If you had confided in Lamar you tical Perhaps if your wifo keepsIllustrasaid Maxoy vny sho has begun nffording would havo dono better excitedly Ho would not only havo tions of tho benefits of science wo shall driven away tho ghost but ho would oven mako of you an evolutionist ono of havo explained him to your cntiro satis- theso days Maxoy looked serious faction Why Annotto if you should I shall hardly go as far as that Eushear Lamar talk you would bo aston tace but I am ready to acknowlodgo ished to discover what nn entirely sim plo nnd scientific affair a ghost is Lot that yon do many wonderful things And still wo nro iu our infancy mo toll you something to relievo your Ono of theso days my boy ono of tlfeso mind of somo of its half superstititious That faco you saw was tho dnys dread Truly this man wasbtrnngoly hopoful faco of a real man Ho wo3 your evil genius Annotto ho it was who took andoxuberant for ono who had just bid away yournamoj ho whomado your lifo den n long farowoll to a sweetheart bo solitary and miserable ho who pushed CHAPTER XXIL you from tho sea road and unwittingly THE KtVKK OU8TEN8 gavo you to mo ho who followed you Tho soft breath of a Bummer wind even here whilo you lay in tho alcovo room helpless and sick determined you from tho distant hills rustled tho cur- Â¬ tains in tho artists chamber should die He camo hero into this room Tho river glistened iu tho sun and not being familiar with tho ploco Miss Maxoy radiant and excited Mrs mistook in tho dark Ellen who was resting heuclf on my bed for you no Maxcy tremulous and apprehensive choked her to prevent her crying out by roso up wheu tho artist opened tho door pulling tho cud of tho silk handker loading Into tho parlor and ushered in chief which sho woro about her neck his guest My wifo and my sister Miss Max Â¬ Not quite suro oven then that it was Tho you ho dragged her to tho flrcplnco and cy my lawyor Mr Bonistoin throw in a nowspapcr togivo him light old gentleman iu tho black coat glanced The nolso ho madohnd startled yon at tho two young ladles with his littlo Sick 03 you were you understood In a twinkling eyes and bowed Happy to meet you Mrs Maxoy vnguo way pcrhajM that there was dan ger near you for wo found you sitting most happy mid you Miss Maxoy most happy up in bed Ono moment you woro look ing into durknocs Tho next tho paper And bo they mot the lawyer and tho Hashed up and you saw hlB faco glar Â¬ artists sister as everybody bcliovcd ing in tho first moments of his surpriso thorn to bo as perfect strangers said and alarm nt tho unfamiliar features of Bo seated Mr Bornstolu my sister You photographed thntsccno Maxoy The lawyer accepted tho proffer You know ed chair by tho table Tho rest followed on your mind Annette what a power you havo of visualization his example You remember how the doctor onco Havo yod prepared your rcsumo of questioned you about it mid you found tho Forsytho case as you intended ont what n phenomenon you were in asked Maxoy Somehow his hair had that direction Is it so verystnuigo to risen to an alarming attitudo and his you now that that picture should havo nocktlo was completely disorganized come up into your mind again when two infalliblo symptoms of n stato of you were weak mid nervous extreme nervous tension The young wifo looked at her husI have got down a fow notes en band bowildunxl ami wondering tirely free from technicalities Mr Max- Â¬ I only dimly underhand you Ju oy which I trust yon will find cover lian Had I n evil genius Who wm the principal points I meant to hare faf What bad I done that h should had my olwk make a fair copy of U but wih ua ttoul Juliwi ycmLay lflprw- - I did not hv tUilma Yoa may flud corvnwftU1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr JUT Baltimore 5mon Md Run Down That Tlrod Fooling Sovoro Hoadnchos No Appotito or o using Hoods flariapa Dear Sirs rllla I was frequently sick and did not know what was the matter n Itli me One day I would feel f o tired t could hardly stand the next I would hare n serere headache and so on not knotting what the next day would bring forth I did not have any appetite and 6lx Bottlos of Hoods Saraaparllla Bring Back Now Life 0 1 IloodCo Lowell Masst ilkf Was Croatly Run Down many medicines but they did mo no good Having heard a great deal about Hoods Saraaparllla I decided to try a bottle I I tried a good am glad to say I soon felt better I have now used six bottles and eel as well as ever It has been of creat benefit to mo as I have rcgalnod my appetite and The restaurant or teahouse iu China takes tho placuof tlm Western clubrooin All tho ccrn htiicwfl nud gossip nro hero circulated nnd discussed net thoir eat Now Enjoy Cood Hoaltn I can strongly recommend Hoods Sarsaparllla ing or gambling One of their games of M SvuoNf chance which wo Iiuvo frequently noas an excellent blood medicine 523 Alsqulth Street Baltimore Maryland ticed seems to consist in throwing thoir Unnria Pllln act easily yet promptly and fingers at ono another and shouting nt 25a efficiently on the liver and bowel tho top of their voices It is really n matching of numbers for which tho my writing n trillo backward at first Chinamen mako sigiH on their ftngors sight Perhaps I had better read off tho up to tho numeral ten headings lnyt olf Tho Chlncso of nil nations soeni to Nothing would suit mo better said livo in order to eat and from this raco Maxoy of epicures has dovolopod n nation of He had choyen for himself a comfort excellent cooks Our faro iu China out ablo chair by tho window sido tho Oobi district was far bettor Tho two ladies sat together on tho so- Â¬ than in Turkey or Porsia and for this Miss Maxoy held the young wlfos reason wo nro better nblo to endure tho fa hand increased hardships A plate of sliced Tho lawyer drew from his pocket a meat stowed with vegetables nnd scrvod neatly folded packago of manuscript with a pimnt sauce sliced radishes As ho smoothed it out iu his lap ho cast and onions with vinegar two loaves his twinkling glnnco nround upon his of Chiucso mo mo or steamed bread auditors If it rested longer and more and n pot of tea would usually cost significantly upon tho faco of the art ns about 3 cents apiece Every- Â¬ ists sister than anywhere else sho alouo thing in China is sliced so that it can bo know why eaten witli tho chopsticks Theso wo at I may siy to you Mr Maxoy be- length learned to manipulate with sufffore I begin that there may bo somo icient dexUrity to pick up n dovos egg matters in this document which you tho highest attainment in tho chop now hear for tho first timo You may bo stick nrt Tho Chiucso havo rather a nt a loss to know how I obtained this in sour than n sweet tooth Sugar is rarely formation but unfortunately I shall used in any thing and never iu tea Tho not bo ablo to satisfy you on that point steeped tea flowcre which tho higher for tho reason that I havo given my classes utc ro really moro tasty with- Â¬ promiso not to betray tho namo of my out it Cciitmy informant I have also added a few un A Town With No Lawyer necessary sentences for tho purpose of bringing tho document to a finished Ill tho towi of Oberweiseuthnl in close That is all I desire to say byway Saxony disputes between tho inhabit Â¬ of prefnee Shall 1 begin nt onco Very ants are so rate that there is no loom well Tho document is headed Tho for a lawjtr A Luipsio merchant who Forsytho Case and thus it reads applied to tho tribunal nt Oberwoiscu Twenty years ngo Ansel Forsytho thal for tho address of a counsel re Wo havo was a wealthy merchant who persisted ceived tho following reply in spite of tho ravages of n terrible dis tho honor to inform you tlint there is no ease in canyrfg on n great and profit- Â¬ advocate hero but tho barber Fritz able business The rheumatism had Bicl repiescntstho interests of litigants twisted one of his legs out of shapo and in civil cases mado him a helpless wreck nt 42 Ho To toll mushrooms from toadstools was suffering besides from a uamoless malady which wasted him away bit by without eating ami waiting for result bit mid brought him well year fearfully peel nn onion nud put it with the fungi nearer to tho grave Pcrsoually ho was whilo being cooked If the onion re unable to have an activo superintendence mains white cat with confidence if it turns blnek eat it not if you value lifo of his affairs and tho work was doi by a keen and ambitious young man Statistics prove that uot less than who had formerly been his privato sec Â¬ aro retary a man unscrupulous and with- 8200 babies soil born ovciy day on United States out any religious convictions whatever but who for tho reason that ho camo of The eagle tho king of all birds is no- Â¬ Jewish ancestry was novertholcss called ted for its keen sight clear and distinct tho Jew Tho Jew was undoubtedly a man of vision So aro those persons who use great talents for ho managed tho mer- Â¬ Sutherlands Eaglo Eyo Salvo for weak chants nffuirs to such udvantngo that eyes styes sore eyes of nny kind orgran thoy prospered beyond his expectations ulated lids Sold by all dealers For For that reason tho Jow is said to havo sale by Short A Haynce Cloverport considered tho property which grow up Di It II McMullin McDaniels j M under his caro ns morally his own Meyer Co Burns Geo Hoyser Con- Â¬ Tho merchant had remained a bach A Taylor Bosetta Drury stantino elor until well nlong in years whon ho Co Bewloyvillo Ky W E married a fragilo beauty who died in Bennett giving birth to a fomalo child This Brown Irvingten ky Jno P Nichols child was called Ethol mid was her fa Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring thers idol In tho will mado immediate Â¬ Ky ly after her mothers death ho settled all his property upon her This was do Idrelcrl Kews From Afar cldedly not to tho Jews liking but ho By way of n Loudon paper it is learned was too circumspect n man to permit that an American woman has lately re his real feelings to bobceii Ho played a coivod what must bo termed tho most very deep game original of wedding presents It is a When tho child was not moro than musical dinner service of which each a year old ho persuaded tho merchant plato begins to play a tuno when put that ho ought to marry ngaiu The poqr upon tho table Tho soup platos aro no deformed man would hnvo boon littlo credited with marches as suiting tho likely to havo followed his advice but temper of tho guests at that moment of groat pressure was brought to bear upon solemnity but as dinner progresses and him Medical men wcro found who did tho wino and courses do their enliven not scruplo to tell him that marriago ing work tho harmonics brighten acwould undoubtedly prolong his life Ho cordingly till at dessort the covers aro then consented to tho sacrifice ringing out tho maddest of polkas and All this whilo prospective matri Â¬ galops mony had boon to him a sort of abstract He Kept Lace idea but this decision narrowed it down Yes sir said tho olork briskly to a roality And it now occurred to wo havo laso of all kinds Would you him that to marry ono nocded a wom- Â¬ an Hero ho was an unsightly twisted liko to seo valeucleiinos or point lnco creature morbidly seusitivo to his own Its a shoolaco I want explaluod defects Who would marry him Noth- tho oustoraor Donoit Frco Press ing simpler said tho Jow than to find TTieta OrlonI a desirable lady In tho coustollation of Orion thcro is Ho proved this by presenting to him a star known as Thota Oriouis which tho next day his own sister Miss Roseufcl was very young al when viowed through a powerful telo most a child in years fascinating and scope appears as a sextuplo star thus thoy told him as puro us tho driven presenting tho magnificent panorama of snow At nny rate Bho soon showed that seven stars revolving about each other It is to bo supposed hat each of theso sho had no objections to making a sacrl suns is encircled by planets and these flco of hcrsolf on tho altar of Hymcu again by moons Bho bocamo Mrs Forsytho Tho uoxt mouth appeared n now cod- Â¬ icil in tho merchants will A third of his vast property iu tho event of his death was to bo loft to his widow En Â¬ vious pooplo say that tho Jow mado a bargain with his sister vhoroby sho was to rcceivo this third and leavo him froo to gain if ho could tho other two How far sho actually assisted him may uovcr bo kuown Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HoodssCures Our Paris correspondent writes A French caricaturist has been showing us what cyclists will como to iu n fow generations Tho future volouo mnn is from tho hips up liko tho definition of a lino length without breadth Be low tho belt he is swollen out with hard flesh nnd muscles mid tliu calves are monstrously big Professor Yung of tho Qenova university on tho other baud believes that tho timo Is coming when human beings will havo no legs to speak of What with cycling tho great end of civilization now seems to bo to ona bio us to move about without using foot and legs It is fast getting on to electrical hackuoy coaches and rudder bal loons Tho tendency is to throw oil tho muscular activity into tho hands nnd arms Professor Yung belfovcs that tho future humnu creature will havo tho merest survivals of nether limbs and arms of great length Tcotli will probably bo dwarfed also by tho consunt tito of soft foods tlint need not boehowed but as tho march of intellect will inereiju iu paco tho brain will dovolop Of courso tho standards of beauty with theso iinntoiuiral changes will niter When theyeo a person with a set of teeth Mich its would now excite tho admlraton of n dentist would nl most seem a beast of prey London News Â¬ Â¬ THE1 2 SQUARES Designate the lines we carry T Box Paper -- vH It f Si Linen Paper Note Paper Legal Paper ools Cap Paper Clilumo Tr nlioiiKcs SHIRTS COLLARS Tablets 5 10 25c Pencilsl01525cdz Too h Brushes Inspect CUFFS Comb Brushes NECKWEAR UNDERWEAR Hair Brushes Mirr is Pocket Books Mem Books Our HOSIERY LedgersDSJEntry Pens Penholders Visiting Cards Inks Balls GLOVES r Handkerchiefs Iflne GARTERS M SUSPENDERS Crayons Many other things too numerous to mention fl 3 VSTall THE IN - JJ Heals rati Vim I Running I CANDIES THE Watch for our Christmas display Your trade solicited UsTEST Pane r V J O a n TO OS CONTINUED Bueklens Arnica Salve Tho Best Salve In tho world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers SaltRhcuinFover Sores TetterChnpped llnndsChllblalns CornB and all Skin Eruptions and pos- Â¬ itively cures Tiles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satis- Â¬ faction or money refunded Price 25 oenUperbox ror sale by A It Fisher Cures the S Di Sores vI Serpents Sting ftnUTlllAUC LtOB KISON LtUlUdfrM Tho U skew Royal Baking Powtr susrhr to all others K S Govt Reports In all IU ftUffM oom j hlataiv nu3HMia nr II mm mn ww i lO III WaWkWaWmim hauling DOWr lire fu Um nolaoA and buttda bd tfe BfUm A vaiwiMej tmUM W IM ilHM tfrl IU UttMt Assrtsaf JNO D BABBAGE E C BABBAGE Manager SWIFT SPECIFIC CO AtUnU G 1 CT fWr Awarded Highest HdHSfflWorid 1JTZ air V tvixryw fls jsjtoAfeWEHincjjijaw if 1 wurtu UlMdaAhMAMlMSMMSMM onovKiHofi I nr iiPiirrf hi fiiiBtn ky ii a r i n 11 - - - - - Vti qtfF rmnii n T art i llalibngb for uMlcHoat New Hcckweai at Bnbbnges Sweet mixed pickles nt Ricdels Now pickles nt the City Bakery Wo nru the leaders Palace Saloon Sue Babbngug new line of neckwear Slovo Hall Is oil ibb rnatl CldVerpOrt Tobacco Works for Ilie bEvVLEYVILLH oca A HORItllill DEATH DHL CREAM Remember the number G2 High Street Clms Lisbon pays cash for green hides Our motto Fair treatment to nil Babbnge BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE A Perforated stamping dono by Mrs J GLnHeist Constantly kept nil of the magazines nt Babbagos Highest cash prico paid for bides t Cbas Lisbon It 0 Perkins can supply your wants in the feed line Turkey and oysters for thnnkseivlng- Chas Lisbon Wheti fatigued you can rest with ease at tho Star Saloon Ladies merino vests and pants for DOc a suit at Babbagos Tho largest lino of X mas goods can be found at Babbages The very lowest pricts on all fetd stuff R 0 Perklns The latest designs and nictst goods in great variety atDHuys Santa Ciaus will bo in full trim for the little ones at Babbagos Will sell New American sewing ma bines nt cost M llniuman Holiday goods the best and cheapest nt F N DHuys Cioverport Ky Wo liave lonietbing for every puise something for overy person DHuy Silver knives forks spoons at hard time prices Como and see DHuy Just in a nico lino of fresh cakes and crackers Everything now Sulzers Percy Hopper sold 50000 railroad ties to a firm in Lexington Ky last week Just received a lot of sofa lounges and rockers nt hard time prices M Hnni man Come to sec mo now about your ChfisU mas presents and avoid the rush Free pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THtl STANDARD ATTORNEY with Iron UrIJge Office Gus Brown CLOVEIirOItT KY Durtd R Murray AT LAW East end of ft 4 Notico to Subscribers The date on the label Indicate the time to which your nubtctlption Is paid This servei both a a receipt an expiration notice every week Examine the date printed after vour namr on the margin of thin paper and ice If It l correct If not correct please to let us krlow If your time has expired please renew at once Breckenridge News 21 WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER LOOAL BEEVITIEP 1894 This hosbbch bog killing week The felly of colli makes tho fnrlnero in n hurry to get through with tho job Wo now hnvu plenty and rejoice D C Johnson has built n now barn Mr John Cox has been very sick but Is improving Weather still dry nnd cold Tho fields could not look worse in mld wlntcr Mr Charley Paul has been visiting his fathers family this week Mr Hnl Murray of Cioverport was In town Saturday Gcorgo Drury and Blanch Jolly attend Â¬ ed tho Klncbeloo Henderson wedding nt Webster Tuesdny Tuesday evening after a short prayer and testimony meeting tho young folks slngngaln Wednesday several persons attended tho dedication of St Martins church Among them wo note Wndo Drury Hat tie McCoy Mary Paul Ray Cain nnd Blanch Jolly Thoy reported n largo crowd present Mr T Stith shipped bis hogs to Louisvlllo Monday Ho was just in time to get tho benefit of tho raise PERSONAL Minnio Stith who has been quite sick nas rccovereu Carl Overton is sick Mi8s Lullo Nunnelly is spending a few Walter Oelzo Is sick with fever Judge Murray was u little Letter yes Â¬ days with Miss Lena Drury Pierco Hardaway has taken a literary terday turn of mind Ills aspirations aro doubt Â¬ Mrs W 0 Allen went to Louisville less duo to tbo Influence of his best Thursday Next Monday night Brcckchrldgo LodgoNo 01 Kof P will eld olllcers for the incoming yenr Tho Nkws is Indebted to tyielo Chris Bewloy and his excellent wife and hotisckcopcr for n mighty good dinner lost Saturday The K Ps will have n todo at their Castlo Hall next Friday night Possum turkey and oysters and sweet tatcrs and like good things to cat will bo the order of tho evening Geo Livers living near Guston sold all of his stock nnd farming implements at public salo lost Saturday Everything went dead low Hoiscs sold from 25 to 75 and his farm implements in pro- Â¬ portion Ho will move to Texas Mr Geo 0 Palton went down to Owensboro Monday Mr Palton has his eye on tho brick street improve Â¬ ments down thero and Is looking over tho ground for a contract If tho Brick industries of our town hnd n few more mcnliko Mr Pat ton tho business wouldnt bo n drag like it has been for tho past year Mrs C W Moorman went to Louis vlllo Monday Mrs P S Shore of Victoria was in girl Miss Mollio Mingus An Estimable Young Lady Burned to Death r McQuady Nov 10 Miss Mollio Mln gus 0110 of our most CBtlmablo young ladies met a horrible death last Tuesday whllo visiting her aunt Mrs F Basbam West View Mrs Basbam had gono to a spring somo two hundred yards distant nnd while thero sho heard a scream from the house and hurrying back sho was horrified to find her niece enveloped In flumes and rushing from room to room in a perfect frenzy of terror Mrs Bas bam used o cry means in her power to quench the flames burning her own hands and arms badly but nil her efforts were In vain Every vestigo of clothing was burned from hor body and after lingering for two hours enduring untold agony death kindly released her from her suffering It is supposed that in Mrs Bnsbatns absence Miss Mingus went Into tho kitchen and her clothing took firo from tho cooking stove Our hearts wero saddened by tho news of her death for wo all loved her for her bright cheerful faco nnd sweet disposition May God comfort tiro bereaved parents brothers and sisters Ono of our best loved girls is gone Â¬ U 1 rI - u vv m LeXTT z-VX - I -- 35 TO CARVE A TURKEY First catch your bird and then put the knife in deep slicing it as neatly AS SULZERS CARVES PRICES And distribute the best bits among your friends AS SULZERS1 EKRON DISTRIBUTE BARGAINS Prom their new PALL and WINTER stock The river is rising Trilby at Babbngoa Babbagos box X mas candles The fruit depot is at Riedel Cos Tickled pigs feet at Riedel Cos Cioverport cigars at 02 High Street Star Saloon for the very best whiskies Quality tells prices sell our clothing an find gloves suitable at Uabbagos Suits flted to living models at a small cost Sulzers All the popular drinks can bo had at the Star Saloon Your wants can bo supplied in station- Â¬ ery at Babbages Visit the Star Saloon when wanting a good fl vo cent lunch Go to the City Bakory for currants nice clean and fresh No Hies on tho meat at tho Perfection Meat Shop SUdcr Hall Take a good look at tho line of goods Babbagori wo aro carrjlng You can do as you please In Popbams Saloon just as long as you behave your- Â¬ self Why bother with making bread when you can get it hot every day at tho City Bakery V A cup of hot cofleo And somo dough- Â¬ nuts make a good lunch Try it at tho City Bakery Ever thing the exacting appctito may crave everything that vanity may de Â¬ sire Sulzers Every demand Is met every suggestion respected and everything new and fresh wo have Sulzers Como to us wo dont have to go out and chase you in something to drink wo have got it on band Palace Saloon Lillards ping tobacco Is creating a sen Â¬ sation with all chewers Its glminie No other a chew of Lillards tobacco kind goes The Star Saloon having renewed its license for another year desires to say she will receive its customers with a hearty welcome If wo were to place some of our over- Â¬ coats In our window you would break the glass to get to them when you saw tho price they aro selling for Sulzers Either tho late landslide or the pres- Â¬ ent cold snap has mado more activity in business Its better from somo cause so tho merchants say Let it revive and for Gods Bake dont stop it Uncle Billy Tindall an old time Re- publican waa In town yesterday for the Jret time since that little event of Nov 0 Ho fays every thing went Republi- Â¬ can from beginnin to endin Sir J I Broshcar from near Rome was In tho city yesterday His daugh Â¬ ter Linnlo who has been sick with ty Â¬ phoid fever for eight weeks Is about well Other casea n bis neighborhood lie says are all improving Mr Cornwoll ib now shipping from two to three cars a day of stone from tho Ashby quarry Ho says It Is equal to tho Bedford stone and that he expects to open up big In tho spring He Is now working about forty men A hunting party composed of tho fol- Â¬ lowing gentloman Mr Ed M Post and fjMr Colt New York Mr Geo II Lampklu and Mr Harry Wiesenger of Louisville passed down over the Texas Thursday for AYorthlngton where they will spend a weok or ten days hunting Mrs Henry Carman came very near being burned up one day last week She was out In the woods hunting hick- Â¬ ory nuts and discovered that the fence which encloses the corpfjold ju the creek bottom waa on fire and in attempting to put t put her drew ccugbt and in an lmtant she waa enveloped in Humes It ww quick work and rare presence of mind that she saved herself Her hands and arms wjre badly burned For a pinin the side or chest there- - U nothing so good as a piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Blm awl bound on oyr the seat of pain v It affords prompt and permanent relief ami if ueed in time will often prevent a eeltl from resulting a paeutnotda Thie wme treatment-- a wire ear for Uuw back FrteaJehyAJtPUtwMr Clover port Ky and Kincueloe Board liar v dlnaburfc Ky Suzers Hunters DHuy Take a peep at our display of good things to cat on Thanksgiving Chas Lishen Docs your boy need n suit of under- Â¬ You can get n suit nt Babbages for 00 cents wear r v Leave your order for n thanks week turkey at the perfection meat shop Miss Flora Smitlf of Cannclton is in Stader Hall tho city tho guest of her cousin Miss Drink ye no longer water but take a Maggio Farber little wino for thy stomachs sake at Mr J M Lockard who has been in Popbams Saloon Ardeola Mo for tho last six mouths Capt Joo Lee contracting agent for returned home Sunday T railroad was here yes- Â¬ the L St L Mrs U G Hill and son Virgil return- Â¬ terday on business ed yesterday from a prolonged visit to Leave your order with Chas Lishen relatives and friends at Henderson for your thanksgiving turkey oy6ters Mrs Michael Moser and daughter celery and meats Maggie are in tho city tho guests of Wanted sixty tons of greon hides for Mrs Mosers daughter Mrs William which I will pay tho highest market Hoflieus Chas LUben prico in cosh Mrs Alex Boyd accompanied by hor Whatever you do dont forget to renew daughter Miss Katie wont to Jefferson your subscription The label on your vilio Thursday to attend the funeral of paper tells you exactly how you stand her sister Mrs McCIuo Improvo your chickens by crossing Mr Theodore LVValt and wifo of thoroughbred cockerels with common Montreal Canada wero the guests of henB John II Carson Cloyerport Ky Mr Geo C Patton at tho Fisher Home- Â¬ Alike in summer sunshine and winter stead last wtek Mr LaValtls a Direc- Â¬ storms neither is the Palace Saloon af tor and largo stockholder in the Patton fected by wind weather or competition Vitrified Brick Company Capt J II Rowlands new houso is Mrs John J McIIenry Miss Salllo ready for tho roof It will be a hand Kate Hartford Miss Julia Lawrence some and pleasant little home when Princeton Miss Margaret Bowraer Ciov- Â¬ cpmplcted erport Messrs Sam Kirby and Thos Farmers who buy their corn and ship Lawrence Louisville nnd William stufl by the small will save monuy by Smith Holt compose n House Party at seeing It O Perklns above 11 L New- - Mrs Lafo Greens Falls of Rough this Eoraa oflico week town Saturday Mr J A Crutchor of Louisville was in tho city yesterday II L Stader is still confined to hisbed Ho Is imbrovlng slowly Dr A Bishop of Ithaca N Y is In the city for a fow days Miss Vova Miller returned from a visit to Owensboro Wednesday Mrs Weisinberger and daughter Miss Ida are visiting in Louisville Mrs Dr S S Watkins nnd children have returned from Owensboro Mrs J I Babbago visited relatives at Long Branch nnd Louisvlllo last week Mr M II Beard of Hardinsburg was jn tho city Friday en route to Louisville Miss Rea Washington of Irvington was tho guest of Miss Lula Owen last H Irish potatoes aro selling at D5 cents per bushel over in Tobins Bottom Thero nro about 10000 bushels over theie for sale I ar Â¬ New Yoik Nov 21st Subwrs rived hero to day aftor a stormy voyage get more toys hero to bring tho child ren Santa Ciaus A few choice black Langshnn barred Plymouth Rock and Whlto Leghorn cocks and cockerels for ealo John II Carson Cioverport Ky Mr 0 M McGlothlan Union Star qualified as administrator of the lato Martin McGlothlans estato Irvington at Hardinsburg Monday II use Morgan was re elected Marshal of Stephensport by almost a unanimous yoto Thero wero only four votes poll- Â¬ ed against him in tho town Boyd and Mattlngly saloons aro both closed their licenso having expired They have made application for renowal and will open up about Dec 1 G T Napper is carrying his right arm in a sling from injuries received from a fall into his cellar just about tho tlmo of tho Republican ratification Wo let our light so sliino Open all night that others seeing may bo con- Â¬ strained thereby to drop in at any time and take Eomathlog Popbams Saloon B Beavin has bought tho house on first and front street known as the Ben Haynes Saloon Charlie Boher bos the contract for moving it on the lot adjoin Â¬ ing 02 High Street Our stock of liquors U large and com- Â¬ plete our lunches are pice and sweety If you want anything else ask for it and wa will send out and chase it In for you Popbamfl Saloon Let us have a boom on subscriptions frott now until the first of January Have the figures on your label changed to read 96 instead of 96 and 01 se many of then do now It looUa better youll fee better and 10 will we II Y Duneea we of the beet judfee of leaf tobeeeo aid a handler a well 1mm been TtaiaU for a4otlierseaon by Mr J I Braebr wyr for the Amefioau Tobaoeo Ooupwtyln nla city Mr Puitcan U now visiting UMfarmera a4 tec aiug at tneir crops to what taw preparing or a punrajw ft Louisville Stook Market Nov 20 1891 Cattle Fresh receipts 120S on salo 1353 head Market dull and druggy throughout tho day at lower prices on all grades Good many left in pens unsold Hogs Receipts 0312 head carried over about 1500 on Bale to day about 10812 Market oponed up at 4 J at which prico the bulk of Hogs was sold Later on re- Â¬ ports from other markets were moro fav- Â¬ orable and all sold at tho closo at 455 to Light Hogs vorj dull at quota- Â¬ 400 tions Good many left over unsold Sheep and Lambs Receipts 1042 head market very low and haid to sell at any price Dan Brooks Loui8ViLLK A Or PrksVa WwVrf Craw Www Bahlwg NjpiQfVV AMffk lwer tfy A Farmer Killed In Daviess County A shooting occurred near Romo Tues Â¬ day says tho Owensboro Messenger In which two prominent farmers were In- Â¬ volved The news reached tho cltv ves- rterday when Mr McSbano came In for a warrant charging Jay Morgan with shoot Â¬ ing with intont to kill Thomas Gillespie He stated that Morgan and Gillespie had a quarrel over somo land belonging to Morgan on which Gillespie hold a mortgage Morgan claimed to have paid it oil in work but Gillespie sued and got Judgment for 75 which was replevied Monday Tuesday night Morgan called Gillespie to his front door and it is said without warning fired two barrels of a shot gun at him ThO shot scattered some but most took effect in the right thigh Dr Church News Ray was summoned and he pronpunced Rev S G Shelloy will preach at Holts Gillespies wound fatal next Sunday at U a m Morgan bad not been arrested at 10 chapel Rev Elliot State Evangelist of the oclock last night Christian church will preach in the A BscjuiT vieitor from this city to Methodist church next Sunday night at Washington D 0 says be saw a man 7 oclock Epwortb League services at the Meth make 15000 in one day He waa pull Â¬ ing a band press in the Treasury de Â¬ odist church next Sunday night at 0 partment oclock There will be a business meeting of Thk right band plaeed directly over the Epwortb League at the Methodist the pit of the stomach will cure the chiireh to night woiet eaee of insomnia If you eant Regular prayer meeting aervleee at the steep at alelit try it Hethodial ehureh Thursday night All are invited Fmlr The A big reylval U going on at the colored hmklmg Methodist church m jmuv - grmt I A psntracted ueetlug btym n tlie Baptiet ehuroh to night Â¬ Geo Miles of Garrett was in town Tuesday Born to tbo wifo of It A EusoraO The Rov WHlett who was to conduct n protracted meeting In tho Baptist pound girl November 14 Capt A E Guedry will lcao in n few church falling to get the help ho desired days for tho south on business declined to como Mr lilant Shacklett went to Louisville Mrs Bell Drury has been spending n Wednesday with a car load of cattle week or two with her mother Mrs Mr August Dutschke of Union Star Drury is an invalid and tho blessings of mothers lovjng caro and sympathy are was in town Thursday tho guest of Z T Cox very beneficial to her Miss Kato Norton Is having a neat Sabbath school in tho forenoon and cottage built on the west sido of Main Epwortb League in tho ovening Novem- Â¬ street ber 18 Mr J D Bnbbage of tbo Ntws was a Tbo election Is well over and every- Â¬ passenger on the east bound train Wed Â¬ body has settled down to steady work nesday What wo cant help wo have to enduro Alex Hamilton of Big Spring passed and so to thoso victorious we grant tho through town Thursday en routo to privilego of seeing how very nicely nnd Louisville pleasantly they can wield tho power so Mrs J G Shacklett of Hill Grove overwhelmingly placed in their hands was in town Saturday and Sunday visit- Â¬ It is to bo hoped that the Republicans ing relatives will remember that they aro Americans Miss Eva Richardson went to Louis- Â¬ nnd let patroitism nnd not party govern vlllo on tho 12th to visit her brother Mc all their actions II Richardson The fourth woe In tho Sabbath school Ephriam Wimp went to Owensboro lesson Nov 18 does not apply to tho Thursday to visit his son and daughter Bowloyvillo correspondent of tho News who live there for though many say nico things yet nil Miss Mat tie E Roberts went to Louis- Â¬ men do not speak well of Goldenrod vlllo Monday for an extended visit to friends and relatives GLENDEANE AVm Hilf of Garrett passed through Miss Carrie Owen is ill at this writing town Saturday en route to Jcffcrsonvillo Dunk Powell spent last week visiting to visit Mr Sam Kendall In Grayson county Miss Eula Richardson who has bad a Tho bird hunter has been abroad in severe case of typhoid foverwowcro glad tho land since tho 15th to see on our streets Saturday Mrs Jease L Owen is visiting Mrs Misses Julia and Minnio Ritchie Lula Kate Bonnett near Irvington Sam Beavin has begun work on his Crutchor and sister of Garrett were vis iting Miss Lidia Guedry Friday and Sat Â¬ now store house on Main street Mrs Johnson Denn has recently re- Â¬ urday Mrs Julio Thomas mother of Mrs J turned from a visit in Louisville Mr nnd Mrs Ell Dean nnd Mrs W A Wimp went to Louisville Fridty R Moorman havo lately returned from Sho will make that placo her futuro homo Milwood Michael Whoberry Rock Vale near Mr J T Massoy and Miss Mamie here has been granted an increase of Daughcrty attended tho Dedication of pension tho now Catholic church at Flaherty Brother Rutledge Cioverport was Tuesday among tho visitors at school sinco our Mrs rhebio Sklllman and Mrs Dr last writing Henry Board of Hardinsburg arrived Miss Cnthorino Rhodes of Owensboro Friday to visit Dr R W Warflold nnd is here visiting her father Mr Cass family and othor relatives Rhodes She will remain till after The wedding bells again sound their X mas sweetest chimes telling us of another The Baptist congregation at Goshen happy union to bo in tho persons of our will give an entertainment about X mas most estimablo young friends Miss Mol- Â¬ for tho benefit of tho church Particu Â¬ lio Board nnd Samuel Brown both of J lars next week this placo Thoy are to bo united in tbo Ernest Robertson took another carload holy ties of matrimony en the 28th of of stock to Louisvlllo Saturday When November at 0 p m at tho residence of it comes to trading hustling or succeed- Â¬ tho bridos fatberRev AN Whitinghlll ing he has few equals officiating All their friends and rela- Â¬ Though badly defeatoJ wore Demo- Â¬ tives are cordially invited to witness tho crats yet and are thankful that we havo Whilo wo regret to nuptial services Carwilo for Constablo and Cleveland for see our jolly young friends quit our President Wo people in tho Rock Valo young society wo heartily congratulate district have Democrats to fill our lowest them in their good fortune and extend and highest offices but theres a yawn Â¬ to them our most heart felt wishes for ing gap botweon thorn where members their futuro happiness of our party aro scarce The Glcndjmuo school haa secured Dr All Dopends on the Turkey Dempster Rock Vale to deliver a series How aro you going to spend Thanks- Â¬ of lectures Tbo second was given Fri Â¬ day afternoon to a crowded houso of giving Undo Jake Well sab hits des cordin ter do students patrons and others interested turkey Ef bos quiet en doan roos too Â¬ The next ongagomont is for Friday afternoon of thjs week when digestion will bo high Ill spoil do day at home but of treated The Doctors recognized ability hes noisy en I mek any mistakes doys no tollin wbar Ill fotch up I Atlanta coupled with his clear explanations renders his services extremely valuable Constitution A special car ran from here to Jollys Station on the night of tho 11th Inst to convey tho Rov Mr Weatherfonl to this placo The occasion was tho marriage think of buy- Â¬ of Mr John W Howard to Miss Cyntbn ing Bilverware be- Â¬ Powell In the parlors of the Mattlngly Â¬ Hotel this happy couple wero pronounc fore visiting our ed man and wife A largo number of store friends assembled to witness the evont Vur present prices no and wish them happiness throughout their married lifo Your correspondent more represent the was not present and cannot describe value of the goods more fully He only adds may their than the price of futuro troubles all bo UtUe onesf Â¬ AND THUS Enjoy Thanksgiving Day In the real old fashioned way You can do this If you are needing anything in the way of an Overcoat Overshoes Underwear Overshirts Furnishing Of any kind Goods BUEL The best in the market HATS OR GAPS In any style we can please you with a nice new line We also have a beautiful line of Ladies and Misses Shoes in Square Toe and Tip from 150 up We will take pleasure in showing you the Latest Novelties when ever you come to see us Very Respectfully B F BEARD HARDINSBURG KY CO- - There pleasure is in I h I y JAMES B PACE i Jr Stemmer and buyer of JONT J and OVtllllll IJIIIV Both Red AND J 1 una- - dulterat- - ed I J You can BurleyTobacco Pierces Factory J NO - Cioverport Ky 1 P BEVERLY Manager bar silver JkJevor have we shown such an assortment of fine plated ware The display brist- Â¬ les with bargains npnere is wisdom in buying this olass of goods from a reliOur able dealer reputation recom Â¬ mends us Â¬ 1 iTABLERSDII V BUCK EYE 1 1 IJ i fit 1 1 M II iways find them OINTMENT iCURES NOTHING BUT A SURE I ILL PllESj UHKK at KINCHELOE 1 A BEST REMEDY fcr PILES OCB MY AII BKveaiaT MKAHMN known for IB yaars as the aqd CERTAIN CURE Worlds k9w4jQ pw4r Tests F N DHUY OLOVERPORT KY Ft l BOARDS HARDINBUROKY ta 1 WANTED Illekory 500000 ftttiMaaft8poka WtNSSSM KY Wfcaal Ci miagfwiUHtojrt- hr 4VMaV all Many a young Udys education the bUr for being warmed ovr jn m kitchen OUmUukl PUindealw v IMMMU W - J f jMk li4 - vl j amr- f wjlIHiW fhfl 6 Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S THE BRHOKMRIDGB NKWS GLOYKRPDRT KY Govt Report The Agnostio and the Christian imht tr that thejr might have life anil that they might liae It mote abundantly John x I am come CANNELTON ACCIDENTALLY SHOT I That seems to bo n very odd saying nt first sight but when you look at it a sec Â¬ ond timo its meaning becomes apparent All men aro nllve but not all enjoy tho sumo degrco of life SPARKS FROM THE TELEPHONE Elizabethtown Ky Nov 14 The To walk through tho phjsleal world temporary hulling of it negro pa ndo last without any keen apprehension of its night by Town Marshal Neighbors re- Â¬ beauties is ono thing to mako tho stats Rev Father T J Jenkins of St Law Â¬ sulted In n inn tier Lost night had A Reminiscenco of Breckenridge News Major Clint tho clouds tho streams nnd the forests rence Ky was in tho city to call oir boon decided upon ns tho timo when the McClarty your intimate friends who whisper their WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21 1894 Republicans should celebrate the great No mat in tho city says the Loulsvillo secrets In your ears is a very different Rev J W Book Friday Died The eight year old son of victory won last week Headed by a Postwas more generally popular with thing tho newspapormen than Major McClarty In like manner to suffer nil tho ex- Â¬ James Smith on St Louis Ave who negro brass baud several hundred ne- Â¬ nnd his death is to them tho loss of n periences of llfo without any definite was run over Thursday and injured groes nnd ono whlto Republican John dead friend knowledge of their meaning Is exceed- died Sunday Tho funeral took placo Kcrrlck the parade was started Per Â¬ mission had been granted tho paradcrs Ho had n way of treating every report Â¬ ingly depressing but to feel In your Tuesday evening Col Bona Sanders and Major Till to carry guns and revolvers with tho Tho Statos Big Warohouso Filled er that cmiio to Ids ofllco that made them heart that nothing happens which may his friends and thero never was a timo not be put to good use in tho develop Â¬ Groves of Toblnsport were in town two understanding that nono but blank with overy Clothing purchase of 12 or over at XIIE With tho Kentucky Chair Com- Â¬ when ho was too busy to slap tho young ment of character that every Incident or three days Inst week getting tho re- Â¬ cartridges or shells were to bo fired It MAMMOTH Its a nickel plated ttem wind and stein seems that many of the negroes had fellow pleasantly on tho back nnd tell whether of joy or sot guaranteed correct tlmo keeper and has n durabfo Borrow is a stono turns from tho election Tho Major panys Chairs him the latest gossip on tho street chain Its the BEST watch ever given awny nnd the best which you are to put into its proper will be a candidate for Door keeper of bullets or shot in their weapons ono Hello Major I heard a young news- Â¬ placo that tho mosaic may bo perfect tho State House and if elected will jolly bullet entering the homo of Mrs Woods ADVERTISER weve over used People who havo tried and narrowly mlEslng her daughter who paper man say as he entered tho Clearing-THE MAMMOTH know that wo Bell tho BEST GOODS that will glvo you good cheer encourage- Â¬ tho boys up lively Ho is Eight Thousands Dollars Loss to house at a window mile wido He is a hot Republican and stood ment and resignation to be had anywhere for tho price and thats why WE 1a1 IV EHU trAII As the pataders reached tho nubile tllnltr ifAiiMnlf J Ill jlMU it aftr JWU 1IUIIV UIIIOUM tho Stato on Building Tho Horeiu wo note n stnrtling difference no mistake RARELY LOSE an old customer and are gaining now square on tho rtturn trip Marshal Neigh Â¬ Come in partner returned tho Major ones all tho time between tho agnostic and the Christian Here aro a fow samplo items of good Agitation of tho A P A question in Insuranco and sit down things now on tap Both Btand ready to admit that our hu- Â¬ Perry county evidently lost tho Demo- Â¬ bors Btopped tho pnrado and said ho Theyre nil bargains nnd wovo wanted to nsctrlain if only blank cat Well Major how are you feeling man life is crowded full of strange hap Â¬ cratic party a number of votes hundreds moro just like em this time you look bully penings that no will however strong it Quiet convincing talk beats personal tridges were used and would like to see tho contents of somo of tho shells Oh Im feeling like a fighting cock Childrens 4 to 15 years old heavy dark TRUSTIES DID NOBLE WORK may be controls events that what comes abuse all to death every time Geoiga Wilson one of tho negroes said Scotch Ulster Overcoats cut very full and extra I think Ill get Rowland Whitney to put aud what docs not come aro obedient to Indiana didnt savo a single Congress I will give you tho contents of ono length wide collar nnd side pockets for3 mo on that foot ball team Dont you a decreeing force which does not consult man this trip She has punished tho of my shells lowering a shotgun until Tho Frankfort Capital of Nov 13 sayB think Id mako a great center rush our pleasuro or our wishes Childrens 4 to 15 years old fine All wool for having traitors In it was in range with Democratic party the Marshals body Fire totally destroyed tho first section Hut you know Im not as well as I feel Is that decreeing force a blind fate its rauk Cheviots nnd Scotch Cnssimero Suits doublo Neighbors grabbed tho weapon and as of the big ware houso that stands just Somo morning you aro coming in hero which has no referenco to our welfare breastcd ten different pntterns for 5 Alex Cummlngs the editor of tho ho did so it was discharged Tho chargo outsido and opposite tho main entranco and yell hello Major nnd Im not go- Â¬ but grinds us to powder between tho up- Â¬ Mens extra heavy Oxford and Brown mixed ing to answer If I fail to answer you per and lower millstones of struggle nnd Derby Game Bird was elected township tore off a part of tho Marshals overcoat of tho penitentiary yesterday forenoon Melton Overcoats cut long strongly made Tho ware houso was filled with chairs just run over and tell Uncle Tom Bar Â¬ disaster or does it represent n wisdom a trustee in Union township last week by and entered thostomach of Blake Rob Â¬ for 0 received from tho Stato by the Chair rett that old McClarty is dead My kindliness and a fatherllness which so a majority of 110 yotes over his oppon- eitson nged eighteen years son of the ent Alex Is n straight Republican late ex Congressman Thomas A Robert- Â¬ Mens Good Black Cheviot Sack Suits well Company as they came from the factory heart isnt right nnd somo of theso days nrranges events that each one becomes a Tho Farmers Institute of Perry Coun Â¬ son who stood on tho sidewalk as a mndo and trimmed stylish long cuts for 7 Inside About 10 oclock yesterday Im going to die very suddenly But its stepping stone to higher things Is morning while the employes wero en- Â¬ timo we old fellows were giving up to there a good God who knows what wo ty will bo held at Toblnsport on Monday spectator of tho parade Boys 13 to 19 years old fine heavy long Marshal Neighbors drew his revolver gaged In moving somo chairs stored In you young men Weve had things our suffer and will help us to bear it or are and Tuesday Dec 3 and 4 Proi Plumb cut All wool Kersey Overcoats velvet collars of Purdue University and E II Collins and fired at Wilson wounding him in rear part of tho warehouse n lantern car-Â¬ own way long enough and its only right wo simply reeds swaying in the temp- Â¬ and silk sleeve linings for 8 ried by one of them exploded and al- Â¬ that wo step down nnd give you a est to break when our endurance is ex- Â¬ of Carmel Ind will each make speeches tho arm Tho parade was broken up the negroes scattering in every direction 13 to 19 years old double breasted Boys most Instantly tho whole rear end of tho chance hausted nnd not oven remain broken Tho meeting bids fair to be a success Attention was then directed to young All wool Black Cheviot and fine Scotch Mixturo No I dont know any news to day reeds any longer building was in flames The immense In this county Pruitt the Prohibition Suits elegantly made nnd trimmed for 10 number of chairs wero nil wrapped in Im sorry but come around to morrow For example you stand face to face candidate for Congress got 23 votes and Robertson He was taken to Dr Stick- Â¬ paper and freshly varnished and burned and Ill try to do better by you with a great bereavement nnd you know tho local candidates from 24 to 27 votes lers office where it was Been lie was Mens Excellent Clay Worsted Suits sacks When the reporter left tho Major ho that in the inevitable course of human last week Boyce tho Populist candi Â¬ mortally wounded He died at 8 oclock liko a tinder box Tho alarm wassound and frocks extra long cuts tailored and trim Â¬ ed at once and the fire department re Â¬ looked smiling nnd happy and Im cer- Â¬ events other bereavements must needs date got 57 votes the local candidates 49 this morning med in first class style for 10 An hour or so later Wilson who had sponded promptly but wero prevented tain that ho was confident of having one follow for no man has ono grave to to 03 In 1892 Wni Myers majority from doing effectlvo work from tho fact friend at least who would go his length guard he has more than ono in Perry County was 180 which goes to been arrested was brought into Judge Mens fine heavy rough finished Blue and that tho chairs wero piled up so solidly for him Black Cauiels hair Overcoats shoulders and The agnostic regards these grand prob Â¬ show that there was a change in two Englishs office to hnve his examining against tho windows and doors that the sleeves silk lined skirts lined with fine flannel lems of llfo as belonging to the misty years of 252 votes The total vote for trial for murder Marshal Neighborswho was present again drew his pistol and One admirable trait in the Majors territory of tho unknowable water could not penetrate inoro than a Ho tells Congress in 1892 was 39J3 and in 1894 for 12 in tho presence of the court attempted to few feet Into the building Fivo streams character was his Interest in all young you in pitying phrases that a Father and 3991 a loss of 53 votes shoot Wilson Tbe hot headed Marshal were constantly playing through tho men There never was a time when a a Providence and a Heaven aro mere Send a MAIL ORDER WE PAY EXPRESS to any The Democrats of Perry county saved was quickly overpo wend and the hear Â¬ windows but made no impression on the deserving young fellow came to him for possibilities with all tho logical and only one mnn on the county ticket nnd point in Kentucky or Indiana on mail orders to tho amount ing of Wilson adjourned till to morrow fire After nn hour tho flames burst assistance that ho did not get it I have scientific chances agains them He as that man was Martin F Casper He of 5 or more Money refunded always if goods fall to Then attention was directed to Murshal through the tin roof and in a few min known him to put on his hat and go from sures you that ho wishes you could rely won by lit majority over Capt Wm please Write for cur Fall and Winter Catalogue contain- Â¬ of Main street to the other in upon them for consolation Neighbors Ho was fined f50 for at- Â¬ utes about half the heavy south wall fell ono end but the un- Â¬ Clark Dr Wm Lomax Dem ing ful directions for self mensurement etc and also how was tempting to kill tho prisoner while in into tho street This gave tho firemen search of n placo for somo young fellow certainties are so many that it is impos- Â¬ to have goods sent O O D subject to examination elected trustee of Clark township by of n position tho custody of tho court an opening and they boon got the Haines who was out He threw sible to do so and you must meet tho nearly 200 mnjority Frank Adkins was Tho body of young Robertson was under control and aided by tho llro walls his whole heart an soul in such a search emergency with whatever couargo you elected trustee in Anderson and Peter taken to day to the residenco of his undo prevented tho remaining three- sections and invariably ho succeeded in finding can 8iiniinou Ho mny be honest and Ward in Leopold This is all we got out Mr of tho building from burning 8 II Bush Funernl services will what he was looking for If he failed sweet spirited nnd lago hearted and of tho wash out last week In tho bo held thero to morrow and the body ho would begin to write and every in- Â¬ sympathetic but his words are like a Tho building is tbe Statos property languago of a young Cannelton Demotaken to Hodgenville for burial besldo and originally cost 23000 It was in- Â¬ fluential friend he knew would bo ap Â¬ poisoned dagger and ypur brimming crat tho Telephone Is led to remark pealed to sured for 20000 and tho loss will bo eyes look forth into black and hopeless Small favors thankfully received and that of his father There is no man in tho city who could darkness about S000 Wilson is in jail There w consid- Â¬ larger ones not expected Tho chairs stored in the building wero beat tho Major writing aletter No mat- Â¬ erable excitement over the tragedy this Admit for the moment that ho is right Mr Billle Sterett ex cditor and ex morning the property of tho Kentucky Chair Co ter how serious a subject he wroto on he but it has been quieted and only for a moment however You wrecker of divers of Kontucky papers always managed to throw in a sprinkling cannot repress tho conviction and wero valued at about 12000 with that tho has gone to Florida where ho will edit a no further trouble is expected Courier an insurance of about SS500 Loss al- of humor Ho acquired the art of writ- Â¬ truth is the hardest stoniest crudest Journal paper at Bartow Since the going down ing while doing nowspaper work in thing in tho universe most total What a pity it is of his last venture in Louisville In Feb- Â¬ Tho water damage to stock in tho Owensboro before the war Whenever a druggist tolls you ho has that we should over learn tho truth if ruary 1893 he has lived at Hawesville SIMONSON KLEINHANS 424 to 434 West Market Once during a panic many years ago wo only learn it to bo crushed by second section of tho warohouso will it under the parental roof in peace and something just as good for coughs grip probably amount to 6000 which is tho Major was connected with a bank What is tho uso of tho truth if its only etc aaDr Bolls Pine Tar Honey dont LOUISVILLE that had a heavy run on it and but for purpose is to kill tho noblest aspirations quietude Bill understands eyery phaso you believe it fpr We guarantee that It is fully covered by insurance A number of tho Trusties wero al- Â¬ him thero would undoubtedly have been to take us by tho throat with nn iron in the catalogue of newspapcrdom his not true We mako tho genuine and pen Is always caustic and his style either authorize all druggists to guarantee lowed to corao out and assist tho firo de- Â¬ a break All of the other bank officers hand aud choke our loftiest longings it partment and thoy did noblo work wero in a flurry but tho Major retained Tho greatest misfortune that over hap- Â¬ humorous or tearfully pathetic Heres The E E Sutherland Co Paducah Ky hoping that ho will fall among friends For sale by Short Two of them got their hands badly burn- Â¬ his coolness nnd his keen senso of wit pened to us camo with our birth Haynes Clovtr nnd Bringing The Dead to Life ed and one Hob Farrel had his thumb came to his aid Tho bank was perfectly the gift of reason was fatal to happiness and that ho will rise to tho tip of the port Dr R II McMullin HAWESVILLE McDaniels Governor Flower of New York will solvent but there wasnt enough money Better bo a dog and bay the moon than ladder In tho Sunny climo ot Dixie broken after doing two hourshard work M Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser Take an orange on us Bill for old com- Â¬ Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury allow electrical experts to try to resps on the ladder and with the hose in tho safe to buy a collar for a dog to such a man panions sako I uso tho Majors words after tho run a Deputy Warden Rooney manned ono Bennett Co Bewleyvillo Ky W E Bright Paragraphs and Newt Items ciatato the next prisoner who is electro- Â¬ But tho Nazareno steps forth and places cuted Ever since the adoption of tho section of hose with convicts and direct- Â¬ depositor came In to cash a good sized His hand on your bowed head Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols of Interest to Our Readers In lan- Â¬ electrical execution act by the state tho Some folks will think that Dr Bells Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring ed their efforts with good results check ho could not be accommodated guage which thrills like far away music From Westinghouse people whoso dynamos though this was not told liim The He whispers Come unto me yo who Pino Tar Honey is no better than the Ky are used hnve declared Hint electricity Tho fall of tho year is a trying season Major drew tho man in conversation and common cough remedies until they try labor and are heavy laden nud I will was not tho cause of death but for elderly people Tho many cheerless made himself so agreeable telling jokes give you rest He tells you that as it Then they will know for themselves JEFF STERETTS PLAINDEALER death was assured by tho holding ofthat dark dismal days act depressingly not etc that tho man talked for an hour nn rough diamonds must bo ground on the that its tho best on earth For sale by autopsy directly after the body hud been to say injuriously on botti old and and when ho again presented his check Short Haynes Cloverport Dr It stone before they become perfect so taken from the electrical chair No lets young Now is tho time to ro enforco for payment enough money had been sculs must bo fitted for heaven by sighs II McMullin McDanIelsM Meyer A Dr J F Light foot is still confined to an authority than Nicola the vital energies with Ayers Sarsapa Tesla tho fa Â¬ Co Buras Goo Heyser Constantino deposited to honor it In this way tho nnd sorrows Ho speaks of tho Father his room SPECIAL OFFER mous electrician contended that he rllla tho best of all blood medicines A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett bank was saved who is with you in your distress who All our farmers want now is a season could bring back to lifon man killed in Though the old Major is deadhis mem- Â¬ hears every moan that comes from your Co Bowleyvillo Ky W E Brown Irv and their tobacco will be ready for mark Â¬ an electrical chair provided the attempt Same Here ory will ever livo His good fellowship bleeding heart who leads you through ington Ky Juo P Nichols Garfield was made Immediately after execution Wo notice that a majority of tho and humorous sayings have been tho The suceess of tbe Electropoise in cur- Â¬ et f darkness Into tho eternal light of love Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky In wailing about hard times remember Mr George Westinghouse has nlwajs school teachers of Hardin county take an means of cheering more than ono who ing disease of almost every form and nnd trust He bids you remember your educational journal but those who take looked upon tho dark side of life and earthly homo is filled many patients apparently beyond recov- Â¬ that no man is so far from tho market as asserted that electrical death was a sham with visitants from ADLAI FOR PRESIDENT and that a New York commission head Â¬ tho Elizabethtown News can bo counted motto Laugh aud tho world will laugh ery has caused a wide and growing de Â¬ ho who has nothing to sell the heavenly homo nnd though Invisi Â¬ on your fingers It is well enougli for with you cannnot bo forgotten by his ble to mortal sight they aro shielding Hardin Smith and Miss Kato New Â¬ ed by Elbridgo T Gerry has added the mand for tho little doctor Tumors tho teachers to take a school paper but intimates abscesses scrofula cancer paralysis man of Patesville wore married yester Â¬ autopy clause to the law so as to make it you from harm with their protecting Senator Brice Says He Is the Besf chronic and acuto rheumatism and neu- Â¬ day at the residence of Mr Inlow Smith certain that tho man was dead the News has done more for public edu- Â¬ Havo you taken a cold Within the last few weeks the agita Â¬ You can euro wings Life may bo had He says but cation in Hardin county than all tho ralgia many cases of female troubles in Cannelton Man for the Democrats it promptly with Ayers Cherry Pectoral we aio all with you and you Bhall not tion of tho subject has become promi Â¬ school journals lu the country some cases of total and partial blindness It pub- Â¬ The remains of T P Lnrkiri wero nent bear your sorrow alone Call on us and To Put Out and an appeal is to bo made to tho lishes every weok from a column to a Tho safeBt remedy lor throat and lung we will and deafness Brights disease kidney brought hero Saturday from Hopkins come trust us and wo will never troubles column and a half of matter relating to and bladder ailments have been cured in ville where he died Ho was a worthy governor to allow tho next man can desert you demned to be used as a subject to be schools Gives four or five columns of You havo seen a storm sweep over tho New York Nov 15 Senator Brice such a short wlillo as to border on tho and popular young man The Ridicule of Judge Guffy Not In experimented on The governor says ho its space to the Teachers Institute pub Â¬ miraculous The treatment is simple plain in ferocious fury When it had who is in the city has been interviewed Capt Crammonds new boat Is fast apÂ¬ Good Taste lishes tho programs of tho Teachers As Â¬ and effective Write for terms of rental proaching completion and its dollars to will grant permission to do this Tho spent itself the sun camo out and all na- Â¬ regarding tho political situation attempt If successful will prove that tho Judgo Guffy is certain to be a member sociation and is always ready and willing ture seomed glad with a new joy You Who do you think will bo the nxt and sale and special reasons why you doughnuts that she will be named Stato executioners have to help tho public school nnd the public of tho Appellate Court barring death or been the sur Â¬ should get one this month also letters havo also seen unmeasured sorrow fall Presidential candidate on tho Demo- Â¬ Gertie in honor of his daughter geons who havo held the autopsy latluy school teachers Wo have no eyidenco similar disaster for eight years begin from well known people testifying to its on somo human life with blinding forco cratic ticket and will Cleveland run for Mrs J JStorrn is slowly recovering than the state electrician from the teachers as a class that they ning in January Atlanta Con Â¬ Tho Capital wants to curative merit first agony was over a calm a third term was asked him from a severe illness stitution suggest that Judgo Guffy may do better and after tho appreciate this work and wo think that followed while trembling hearts mur- Â¬ Tho next Democratic candidate will Circuit Clerk Chambers is severely tho laborer Is worthy of his hiro and ono than is feared and that it is probable Editorial from Central Methodist Cat bo Adlai E Stevenson and lie will have mured Thy will not mine be done When tho children drink bad water HI ho will do well surrounded as he will bo good turn deserves another lettsburg Ky Rev Z Mcok Editor Elizabeth That is tho miracle which Is wrought the united support of all the factions of and eat too much green fruit or hove with associates known to bo learned in town News Rev U G Foote assisted by Rev Unless ten thousand men mainly pro Â¬ by faith That is tho transfiguration his party Ho is tho logical candidato the stomach ache or diarrhoea from any tho law However incapacitated lie may All Free which takes place when struggling and he comes from a State that can be fessional men lawyers doctors editors Blanion are holding a protracted meet Â¬ cause you neednt bo alarmed about seem ho will bo legally and lawfully a preachers and all classes including tho ing in the Methodist church They will men meet the Father as they journey carried by the Democrats with ills namo Thoso who havo used Dr Kings New judge and them If you will get a 25c 50o bottle of as such will bo entitled to tho through writer very much mistaken tho Electro bo assisted by other denominations ex Â¬ their griefs and thenceforward leading the ticket Discovery know its valuo and thoso who support Dr Bells Anti Flux thoy will bo at play and respect of Kentucky citizen Â¬ poise effects cures gives relief where all cept those who lay moro store by their walk with Him side by side Without He is the best man wo can take and havo not have now tho opportunity to ship in half hour after tho first dose Forsalo However poor a Judgo ho may such faith as that we are wretched be- Â¬ I do not think tho party would make a other remedies havo failed especially is church membership tliau their christian by Short try ItlFreo Call on tho ndvertised prove ho will Haynes Cloverport Dr at least prove a warning yond measure but duties it efficacious in delicate feeble women with it we bear all mistake Tho election last Tuesday set Â¬ Druggist and get a Trial Bottle Free hereafter to U II McMullin McDaniels M MevLr the apathetic Democrats things for our strength is Rev Geo II Means Covington Ky It is not generally known that w hen a not our own tled tho fatoof several prosp ctlvo can Â¬ Send your name aud address to II E Co Buras Geo Heyser Constan who havo allowed unscrupulous and In one nights time the Electropoise person falls Into the water a common tly A Taylor Rosetta Drurv Bennett it is the gift of God didates and 1 am moro than ever Bucklen Co Chicago and get a sam recklebs Republicans to name important Camparo theso two theories without convinced now that Stevenson is our reloived mo of brain congestion and ver Â¬ felt hat can be made use of as a life pre- Â¬ ple box of Dr Kings Now Iifo lHls officials for Co Rowley villeKy W E Brown this Commonwealth For fear and without tigo My wife was rolioved of a severe server By placing the hat upon tho Irvington Ky favor Let them tell man Free as well as a copy of Guido to the present Jno P Nichols GarÂ¬ ridicule of Judgo Guffy is so tho story of what they water rim down with the arm around field Ky A It Morris Big Spring can do what re- Â¬ As for Cleveland runniug tor a third attack of neuralgia in one hour Health and Household Instructor Free much timo wasted Ky to say nothing of tho sults thoy ran it pressing it slightly to the breast it produce what influenco term all that kind of talk is twaddle Rev John I Rogeis Danville Ky All of which is guaranteed to do you bad manners It shows Frankfort Capl they can exert on Newspaper Reporters Wanted will hold a man up for hours tho wayfarer who Is A kins woman of mine who was appar- Â¬ good and cost you nothing A K Fish tul We are informed that the Modern plodding on with weary feet and daily ently rapidly sinking into the grave suf- Â¬ Free Pills January and July got together in the ers drug store fering with sciatic rheumatism and iu ex- Â¬ shape of GenCassius JL Clay aged 84 Press Association wants onaor W A McGulre a well known cltlzon nearing tho end Send your address to II E Bucklen The Secret Ballot Tho agnostic may bo the most honest Co Chicago and got a frco samplo box treme pain day and night in a very short aud Miss Dora Richardson of 15 sum correspondents in this county of McKay Ohio is of the opinion that The secret ballot was dovised as a thero is nothing as good for children man that over breathed but in the timo of Dr Kings New Life Pills A trial time obtained freedom from all pain mere Tuesday at tho home of the groom Hie work is light and can be performed preventative of corruption It Is a fail- troubled with colds or croup as Chamber- Â¬ of trouble when we need the support of will con vinco you o their merits These walks without crutch or cane and de- Â¬ near Lexington Gen Clays relatives by either lady owgentleman Previous ure in that direction- - and Is tued as a lains Cough Remedy Ho has used it comforting suggestion he smites us with pilts are easy in action and aro particu- Â¬ clares that she is well It la a mystery did all in their power to prevent the experience is nqt necessary and some of cloak under which inon may use tho in his family for sovoral years with the tho bludgeon which he calls tho truth larly effective in the cure of Constipation to me almost a miracle our voung men and women and oven old marriage but to no avail dagger to wreck their personal spite best results and always keeps a bottle of In the supreme moment ho can say noÂ¬ and Sick Headache For Malaria and Rey W F Wyatt Morning View Ky It is the sheerest nonsense to say that men would do well to secure such a posÂ¬ while claiming to stand high in thoir it in tho houso After having la grippe thing and do nothing that 1 helnhil Liver troubles they have been proved I began to improve from the first ap- Â¬ Henry Watterson is the cause of the ition as we understand it takes only party The next Legislature should re Â¬ ho was himself troubled with a sovere The Christ however comes closest to invaluable Thoy are guaranteed to be plication of the wonder working gem late political ohange The Courier about one fourth of your time For furÂ¬ port a constitutional amendment to do away with it Tho man who has not the cough He used other remedies without you at such a time Look up He whis perfectly free from every deleterious sub- Â¬ my general health is better tiian it has Journal has more readers than followers ther particulars address Modern Press manhood to vote his honest sentiments benefit and then concluded to try tho pers look up and not down lie of good stance and to he purely vegetable They been in years I believe Jt to be a God and by giving the average voter oredlt Association Chicago ill in the broad day lightof day is not wor childrens medicine and to his delight it cheer for the night must end in the do not weaken by their action but by given remedy for having half sense you get the reason Oliver Wendell Holmes apse said that thy of tbe right of suffrage Let the law soon effected a permanent cure 25 and morning Bear yourself bravely for giving tone to stomach and bowels in a nutshell It was the failure of the the newspaper lias become a tmmAiy tor nroylde for the free access of the voter to 60 cent bottles is a purpose layour sorrow there God for sale by A It Fisher the pells as is now provided but let the Address DtBola 4 Webb O0 Fourth Senate and Lower House to carry out the tile intelligent man of this emintry 1 reigns and no harm oari come to those greatly Invigoratethe system Regular vete he viva voce FlmlBurg Times Cloverport Ky and Kincheloe Board who put their trust in Him N Y site 36c per box Sold by A X Fisher Avenue Louiavlle Ky pleUfMmade the people In the Chicago to this that uakea it a good itdvertiein Democrat Hardlnsburg Ky Herald platform druggist Medium tSrfend fer ciroitlaie fre Baking Royal Powder yaa ABSOLUTELY PURE BURNED El in What Foople are Doinsj and Saying Blake Robertson Son of Ex Congress in Our Neighboring County manThcs 0 Robertson Killed at Elizabethtown of Perry THIS fc WATCH GOES m if Â¬ I FREE 3 5 iw r p i i 6 tt f 7 8 10 10 m P 12 s 11 Â¬ v Â¬ MAMMOTH SHOE and CLOTHING- CO Â¬ ELECTROPOISE -- nI I Â¬ f Â¬ 4 Â¬ Â¬ 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