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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ri TWi tll ftra i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE VOL XXII NRS THATS FIT TO PRINT NO 10 Royal makei th food pare CLOVEEPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1897 ing their way to tho cemetery yostor day tho majrstio arm of tho law repre sented by Merrill Mooro of Indianapolis assistant attorney general was busy trying to bring tho lynchers to justice Governor who represent Moore Mount savs ho is hero to mnko a full report to tho governor of tho circum stances of tho caso Ho has talked with tho sheriff deputies and others and can get nothing tangible It has been ascertained that tho naino of tho man who tippod off tho robbery to the authorities is Peter Hostrtter Ho is said to bo a member of Webster detective agenor of Indianapolis It is nlso said that ho was sont to Osgood to forret out tho gang which has been do ing tho thioriug iu that vicinity Ho is an alleged prizo fighter Ho was seen at North Vernon yesterday afternoon on his way probably to his homo in Ko komo Ho had a now suit plenty of cash and two rovolvcrs All tho victims havo many relatives and friends who havo determined that somebody must suffer for tho w holcsale lynching Everybody hero feels that more blood will bo shed Thero is a feeling that tho mob acted hastily as to Levi ami Jenkins Tho only testimony against them wns Hostottors statement that thoy wero involved in tho Wooloy burglary Coroner Laswcll finished his inquest yesterday afternoon Tho verdict is death at tho hands of an unknown mob Gordon and Androws by hanging tho others in jail by blows and shots Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MOB LAW IN INDIANA Five Men Taken from Jail and Hanged ises and town wouldnt be amiss Dr D O Pusoy has had a telephono box put In his houso Dr Wells has one as well as several of our business men which is a great convenience Charlie Casperke is enthusiastic over his work Mrs Amanda Richardson has disposed of her real estate to W II Rhodes and son Fon and Tempo Simmons She had a rale last Saturday of all her household effects and will make her homo in Louis- Â¬ wholetomo and dcllclotx IN TRUE NORTHERN STYLE Thcflcn Were Suspected of Having Been Guilty of Numerous Robberies II u rn- t- J it L r h - for rv tfr Vj Ifc f Osgood Ind Sept 10 Inconsed by numerous depredations repeated burg Â¬ laries and daylight robberies the pcoplo of Ripley county Ind havo taken tho law into their own hands and meted out to the perpetrators a punishment greater than provided by tho law Fivo men who havo long been a terror to tho citlzons of this county met their death at tho hands of an enraged popu laco and whon tho citizens of Versailles the county scat aroso yesterday morn ing it was to And tho bodies of fivo men dangling from as many limbs of nu elm tree in the center of tho publio fequaro Stout ropes not over six feet ii length had served to send each to his eternity and their feet were but n f ov inches from tho ground while their hands and feet had been securely pinioned with strong ropes Versailles is a town of soino 800 pcoplo It is ono of tho oldest in tho state and although it is fivo miles from a railroad station nnd lias no telegraphic communication with tho outsido world as have more pretentious towns of tho county it is still tho county seat For four or five years and oven longer farmers of tho county havo been tho victims of a lawless gang who apparently lacking in fear have plied their vocation to tho terror of tho peoplo for they seemingly havo had no visible means of earning a living Farmers would como into town with a bunch of cattlo or load of farming products and next morning thoy would bo found along tho roadside suffering from a wound and minus tho proceeds of their salo Old German farmers havo been visited and both men and women havo been subjected to all tho tortures that a hardened mind could stand Aged Gor Â¬ man women wero forced to stand upon a redhot stovo in an effort to compel them to discloso tho hiding placo of some treasaro in tho hoaso Thcso dep redations havo continued unceasingly During tho past week robberies had On last Satur Â¬ increased alarmingly day word was received by tho sheriff that tho 8toro of Wooloy Brothers at Correct Ind 10 miles from hore was to bo entered The information was given by oiieof tho gangs confederates who had been nndor suspicion Shoriff Henry Bushing arranged that his in Â¬ formant should accompany them and securing fivo deputies thoy went to tho placo Sheriff Bushing concealed him Â¬ self in the cellar while his deputies wero stationed at a convenient distance outsido Shortly after midnight tho gang reached Wooloy Brothers store Clifford Gordon and tho sheriffs in- Â¬ formant were designated to break into tho building Gordon himself offoctod an entrance and just as ho stepped in side tho sheriff grabbed him Both pulled pistols at tho same time and be Â¬ gan firing- - Bert Androws was with the robbers and ho too joined in tho fusillado while tho dopnties came to the assistance of tho shoriff 8ome 80 shots wero fired Tho sher- Â¬ iff was shot through tho hand and Gor- Â¬ Threo don was shot several times pistol balls entered his body and ho was also shot in tho log Gordon and An Â¬ drews succeeded in escaping and came to Osgood where thoy wero arrested Tho robbers had driven out of tho placo in a buggy belonging to Lylo Levi and from information subsequently gath- Â¬ ered it was learned that tho robbery had been planned at tho homo of Wil Â¬ liam Jenkins Tho two latter were ar Â¬ All wero taken to rested as accessories tho jail at Versailles Henry Bohnlter 24 years was put iu tho jail for robbing tho barber shop at Osgood last week Levi was 67 years of ago Gordon 23 Androws 00 and Jonkins 37 While tho citizons havo not been able to fix tho various robberies upon theso men thoy wero thought to bo part of a gang that has committed most of them When it bocamo known that they wero in jail it was quietly suggested by tho victims and sympathizers that jnstico bo summarily dealt tho prisoners It was 1 oclock yosterday morning when horsemen seemed to como from all quarters and dismounted on a hillside near Versailles Littlo tlmo was lost for tho dotalls had been prearranged Quietly about 400 men marched into tho town Tho jail was in chargo of William Kenan Sheriff Bushings brother-in-latho former being at home on ac- Â¬ count of his injury In front of tho jail proper is tho residenco and in that wero Acting Jailer Kenan and Itobert Barnett William Block and Lon Wen zol deputies Shortly before 3 oclock thero was a knock at the door and when Kenan and others openod the door they wero presented with pistols by throo masked men and asked to turn over the keys This thoy did and then the mob filed into tho jail Threo of the prisoners Levi Jonkins and Shnlter were on the lower floor whilo Gordon and Andrews wero in tho uppor tier Levi Jonkins nnd Shulter showed fight and the former was shot through the breast whilo the skulls of tho two latter wero crushod with a stool Ropes wero in readiness and adjust Â¬ ing a noose around tho nock of each their feet and hands were pinioned and then tho march began They wero not carried but with several men at tho end of each ropo the five prisoners wero dragged a distance of 200 feet to aa elm re where their bodies wero suspend sd It is said Levi Jenkins and Skulter weee dead before they reachod the place Death reunited from hanging la ti case of Gordon and Androws Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HIGH SUMMER IN THE CHILKAT PASS FROM OUTING RICHARD JAMES PATTERSON A Prominent fteadc County Farmer Reminiscences of the Good Old Times YELLOW Richard James Patterson was born Sept 25 1818 in Green county Ky When about 18 years of age he moved to Hart county locating about two miles from Munfordyille where he resided 10 years and after spending one year in Breckenridge county in 1852 moved to his present home in Meade county His father Samuel Patterson was born in Fredericksburg Va in 1785 D cember 28th 1852 It J Patterson married Mrs Barbara Lewis mother of J W Lewis of Brandenburg and A O Lewis of Louisville Mr Patterson has FEVER Efforts to Stamp it out Partially Successful Â¬ Cliarpiu Kugeno Rcnchcr and Miss Allman Ono death that of Frank Donaldson Ho wns 10 years of ago and a paper carrier Total cases to date 29 total deaths 3 Tho total of cases shows a persistency of the disease but not a rapid increase and all tho cases aro iu ono infected district save iu ono locality on tho Old Shell road and in tho marine- hospital All tho cases with ono ono or two ex- Â¬ ceptions are doing well Â¬ - MEADES CAPITOL Newsy Letter from Our Neighbors Up the River GOOD Â¬ COMING UP THE RIVER Two Pronounced Cans of Ycllnw Iover nt the Mnrlne Hospital nt Cairo Ilia Memphis Sept 20 A special to Tho ITS COMING UP THE RIVER But Will Soon Encounter Jack Frost and be Banished from the Fair Southland RJPATTERSON two tar receipts in his poseeslon The first is for 87J cents for the year 1843 signed by A S Gardner Sheriff of Hart county and the last is for 22015 signed by R P Hagan Sherlffof Meade county 1897 He says the first corn crop he ever raised for himself ho rented the ground from Jack Stovall of Hart county and gave Stovall one third of the crop for rental and that ho Patteson sold his part of the corn for 12 cents per bushel after it was gathered and cribbed He says he remembers his father selling wheat at 35 eta per bushel and paid la- Â¬ bor for harvesting said wheat 35 cents per day or a bushel of wheat which ever the laborer chose to accept Mr Patterson Is 79yeara of ago the 25th of this month Sept and his mind is as clear upon his business transactions as ever before in bis life And it Is one of his delights to tell of his business career his ups and downs through life Ho recalled an Incident to day in con- Â¬ versation witii his own uncle Mr Sam Carden who is also an aged man of 85 years and it was that in the year of 1843 Mr William Embry a very prom- Â¬ inent and wealthy farmer of Greon county told him to go into his herd of 30 head of nice horses and to pick his choice of the horses for 05 Mr Patter Â¬ son didnt pick his choice hut says he bought one of the best ol the lot for 32 50 on thiee years time for which he gave his note without interest He also bought of one Thomas McFeoly a nice cow and calf for which he paid 0 26 and says if he owned such a cow to day she would easily bring 30 He also tells of a tobacco crop he raised in 1844 and sold the good tobacco which was very fine for 3 00 and the lugs at 75 cents per hundred lbs While in conversation with these two azed gentlemen the writer asked them which period they- - would choose to make mon- Â¬ ey the present time or when they were young men and they with one accord answered that they would by far take to day for money making Mr Patterson Is a momber of the Presbyterian memorial Patterson church at Guaton Ky I will also add tbat he is a staunch sound money man and voted for Palmer and Buckner last fall Tho local fever situation has undergone but littlo change during tho past 24 hours Tho record book in tho board of health ofllco shows a total of six now cases and ono death that of Joseph Gisfasy an Italian of 2020 Urquhart street The now cases aro Rosalio Bacus Hillary and Burth John Doll Plum between Cambronne and Joffersan Ireno Terrell Charity hospital William Brandon 030 Philip Nora IL Hynes 3147 St Clondo streot Lena Green colored 1558 Camp streot The first two cases aro in the extrorao upper portion of tho city ono is iu tho fourth district ono is in the St Claude street house whore tho original six cases wero reported and one is in tho Williams houso whero two cases al Â¬ ready existed Thero are threo cases under investiga- Â¬ tion and tho health authorities still viow tho situation with some compla cency Thoy do not yet anticipate an epidemic as at its meeting last night tho board decided to abandon its night- Â¬ ly sessions and created Dr Oliphaut master of tho campaign against tho lis easo with loavo to solicit advico from local physicians and tljo municipal auTho afternoon and night thorities bulletins will be continued Tho report of Dr Metz the city chemist on the condition of tho Italian quarter moved the board to prompt acceptance of the offer of tho city of tho marine hospital as a refuge Dr Metz found as many as 00 peoplo huddled to- Â¬ gether in tho Italian quarter living in squalor and filth In one of tho rooms a goat was found slcoping nightly with tho family who owned it Tho woman Graffato was taken from this quarter and the board realized that unless something was done at once tho block in which tho woman had lived was llkoly soon to becomo n plague spot It was thoroforo decided to guard and thor- Â¬ oughly dUinfoct nnd fnmigato the en tiro squnro and to removo as soon as possible most of tho families to tho old marine hospital Tho hundred squat tors who now occupy tho latter build ing will bo given quarters In ono of tho new schoolhouses in tho vicinity nnd tho marine hospital buildings will be permanently used as a refugo until tho over is stamped out for tho families of tho Italian quarters and tlioso of the indigout sick throughout tho city 20 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ New Orleans Sept Commercial Appeal from Cairo Ills says Dr Guitcras tho yellow fovor expert who arrived here from Mnbilo at 110011 yesterday has pronounced tho two suspicious cascn at tho mariiio hospital to bo yellow fever of a mild form Owing to tho prompt measure taken thero is no danger of its spreading Tho hospital is thoroughly guarded Thero aro sovernl cases of sickness on tho government dredgo boat Aloha lying at East Cairo Ky and Dr Suit eras and Egan will investigato them us soon as possible Ono of the nion iu tho hospital enruo from this boat and the other from Point Pleasant 85 miles below hero Tho board of health has instituted n n fit net quaruutino against East Cairo Last night Dr Egun secretary of tho board issued an ordor addressed to every railroad entering tho state from instituting quarantine tho south against tho states of Alabama Missis sippi and Louisiana Dulng Well at Ocean Spring Ockan Springs Miss Sopt 20 Dr Kclls wires Dr Dunn from Scranton reporting threo new cases of mild fovcr 110 deaths and all cases doing well Dispatches from Doctors Hunter and Kiger oxecutivo committeo of tho Mississippi state board of health orders Dr Dunn to turn over to Surgeon Mur ray his charge consisting of Ocean Springs Scranton and Pnscngoula and proceed at once to Edwards Â¬ Â¬ QUARTERLY MEETING Alany Brandenburgcrs Attending the Nashville Centennial News From Other Points Mis Joo Wool folk is visiting Mrs II Woodson G II Caspeike has been quite sick but is out Mrs Andrew Falrluigh has returned to Louisville Brandenburg Normal opened Monday with a full attendance Mrs J D Hardin is very sick aud is still confined to her bed Mrs Izzlo Board is recovering from several days indisposition W J Bryan paid 2 for a ehave sure Â¬ ly he has unlimited dollars Mr and Mrs A S Johnson have gone to New Bedford Ivy to reside Mrs John Frakes and little Carrie D have returned from Bowleyvllle Mr Chas Casperke Sr has gone to spend a week at the Centennial Mr Edwin Hodge of Henderson spent Sunday here with his little son Elwin FOR A LYNCHING DAMAGES The Smith Antl Iyuoh I aw to Ha Tented In tho CourU Ukbana O Sept 20 Hon Charles II Boslcr of Dayton speaker pro tern of tho houso of representatives and Hon Georgo M Eichelborgor of this city as attorneys for Benjamin P Church who has been appointed ad Â¬ ministrator of tho cstato of Oharlos W alias Click Mitchell has filed suit against tho county commissioners to ro cover 5000 from tho county for the lynching of Mitchell which is tho amount of damages fixed by tho Smith niiti lynch law Thosamo law prohibits tho commis sioners making or attempting any compromise The suit Is tho first of tho kind Tho county commissioners will resist payment to tho end Tho caso is destined to reach tho supreme court bocauso of tho opposition of tho commissioners ou tho 0110 side and tho en couragement lent tho other by tho Afro American societies of tho Btato which aro pushing tho caso Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jr Mr and Mrs W D Howard are most beautifully installed iu their lovely new home Mr and Mrs D M Duncan spent last Sunday in Oloverport with Mrs II V Duncan The Tennessee women treated their Kentucky slater with great sweetness and loveliness Mrs Mason McMonigeof Onrensboro is at her mother Mrs S C Maltas and MISTAKEN FOR A faQUIRREL One Hoy Shut by Another ami Morlull MonmUil McCoMn O Sept 18 A shocking fatality tcok placo near hero yosterday sou of Georgo Russ tho Samuel Russ went to the woods to hunt squirt els Ho laid down ou tho There Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonb taates good is good and does good An Effectual positive and peraaMnt cure Coatalas bo for chills ever and ago An anti malarial and up buikU poison VICTIMS BUSIED ins tonic A blood puriflar An appe Â¬ iu rtii out tu lmi HM t tiser aiding digestion rutiu It stakes the m at Mm Vofc Large bottles BOe complexion good ffcuwixtf Ind Sept J7 Wldla Guaranteed by all dealers Short A tw AwanU ooi iege of the viotttM of Haynes Oloverport TwW nights lYUflMn war wend x4 fever nt Edwards shows bnt slight in Â¬ crease nnd no deaths havo occurred Dr Purnell has reported four new Mrs Dr Ratllff eases as follows Frank Angolo John Ivoy and Jesse Sharp colored Disinfection has commenced and bed ding is boing burned when it can not be disinfocted Dr Duun now at Ocean Springs has been ordered to Edwards The state board tried to prevent Father Prcndergost of this city who hasuovorhad the f over from going to Edwards but ho considered it his duty and the board gavo way The board has a report from Blloxi showing 27 cases of yellow fever now on hand No deaths roported Vioksburg is thoroughly guarded and entiroly healthy It Is estimated that perhaps 10 per cent of tho population has left town DISCOURAGING AT MOBIU N Cum tad Ono Iath Durlar Hina the laot Twenty lfimr Hoar Mowik Sept iW The ottoial bal leeln for the past 14 hours shows 11 new eases m follows J W Carlisle J J Boorne David Myrton George fy Bohantu field Lettie Johnson B bet and vifoYraak Qolttec Willi Â¬ AT EDWARDS AND BILOXI 11m lieen Slight Inoreiue of Caiet but No Death Vicksburo Miss Sept 20 Tho ground nnd cither fell asleep or wns en- gaged in watching a tree wueu two boys named Lyttlo and Hitter noticing Russ head just abovo a log mistook it for a squirrol Lyttlo taking aim discharged his gun and when ho rushed forward to pick up tho supposed squirrel was hor Â¬ rified to find Russ lying unconscions Medical attendance was at once sum- Â¬ moned bat tho wounded boy died a fow hours uftor without rogahiing con BclousncbS I Turnout War Nnrto Dfml tles fought during tho war including Gettysburg Shiloh and Pittsburg Luna ing She w as also at Port Donclson and iu Audursonvillo prison Paxa Ills fept 17 Mrs M M Brooks bettor known a Auntie Brooks and one of tho mest famous nurses of tho civil war is dead aged 88 Shq wns n nurso at all the principal but Â¬ quito sick Tho Morrison Reeves fight in the Ken Â¬ tucky Confdience does the cause of Christianity no good Prof A O Burton was glad to return to old Brandenburg and his pupils wero equally as glad to see him back His honor Senator J O S Blackburn wants tho Populists and gold Democrats to j in him sllverites to fight the common enemy Mrs O G Moremens house has been beautifully painted on tho iuterior each room a different tint to corrtspond with curtains and draperies O G Moremen Jr was expected home last week but was detained In Evansvlllo on business and will not reach hero now till October 1 Misses LtdallaynesandMaydee Pusey aro visityig Miss Irma Gordon of New Albany Miss Maydeo will remain tilt alter the Kennedy Richardson wedding Miss lone Dowden is in Louisville tak ing items In fall millinery Miss Ada Brown will join her this week to acquaint herself with tho latest fads In the art when they will return Let us hope frost will make its appear- Â¬ ance early to kill microbes and all bac cllll that may be lurking and In the meantime a thorough cleanslrg of prem- Is Â¬ Â¬ Going to Build or Repair Write Louisville Ky For Prices on Lumber Doors Sash and They Blinds Shingles Steel Roofing Yill save you money - o J P Will CO are attending the Institute at Hawesvllle this week All the sick are improving nicely Vp hope the typhoid fever has about run its course as there are no new cases We will pay you top prices for your produce in exchange for groceries hard Â¬ ware and drugs Gordon Lynch The question was asked the other day Which is the best paper the News or the Hancock Clarion and it was soon son decided that the News was the paper worth two like the Clarion Mrs Mattle Latrobe Murray and her handsome children after a pleasant week with the family of Mr and Mrs James Equality- Ills Feb 8 1807 J O Lewis have returned to Oloverport Mrs Dear Murray lived near hero at one time witii Mkndkniiall Evansvilie Ini her parenu Mr and Mrs Andrew Sir I have had a good eale on your Graham and is remembered by her cir- Â¬ Improved Chill and Fever Curo during the last year having purchased two 2 cle as an accomplished entertaining groes I find tho preparation gives good woman satisfaction and the demand is steadily The Quarterly meeting services were increasing Yours truly of a most interesting character The G A Bourland Rey G B Overton presiding elder Sold by Short Haynes Oloverport Ky preached four excellent sermons Sun day morning his subject was Grace JOLLY STATION He spoke most tenderly and touchingly of tbat wonderful grace declared in all tho saints who were choice vessels and Wo had a mild rain on Thursday last lights of the world beseeching his fol- Â¬ Till Jolly has bought a new wheat lowers now to follow the example of drill a now patent their steadfastness The singing was Mrs Frank Lyons visited Mrs Nelson unusually good Our Baptist friends kindly assisted which is as it should be Jolly one day last week Mr James Lyons sold a nice pieco of Lst us work and sing together Bro Overton and Bro Pate left Monday to timber to Mr Joe Frank last week be present at the annual conference Mhs Alice Baker has had to postpono which convenes in Henderson 22d tier school at Kirk on account of no water Dovsn N II Oct 31 1890 Messrs If you want to buy a little coyenne Ely Bros The Balm reached me safe Â¬ pepper Dr Burch will sell it to you but ly and in so short a time the effect is bo sure to take the money along or a surprising My son says the first appli- Â¬ voucher cation gave decided relief I have a Sammy and Elmer Rush have both To- Â¬ had a severe spell of ehelf filled with Catarrh Cures fever but under the morrow the stove shall receive them and care of Dr Baker of Hardinsburg they Elys Cream Balm will reign supreme are able to be about once more Respectfully Mm Franklin Freeman Mrs Chris Ahl of Hardlnsbug has Cream Balm is kept by all druggists returned home alter a weeks visit to Full szi 50c Trial size 10 cents We her sister Mrs Sam Connell in Hender Â¬ mall It Ely Bros 50 Warren StN Y son Mrs Ahl reports prosperous times City In Henderson We are getting very careless here about SAMPLE tho Sunday school If parents and tho children would como out as they ought Ladlts dont forget to give Mrs Lee we could havo a good school Something Walls a call before you buy a bat is wrong There is no use for a few faith- Â¬ Miss Lula Vandj grift visited Mies ful ones to try to have a Sunday school if so many stay away and let their chil Lena Brown of this place last week dren stay nway Parents who is to The po8tofilce will soon change hands Mr Guard Roberts we hear is to get Diame t the place Cutting around the eyes should bo Miss Mary Le Roberts left on the avoided unless you are willirg to make train for Oloverport Monday to try a yourself a subject for experimenting In homo there surgery This is unnecessary Suther- Â¬ Mr Dickie Miller and wife spent ono lands Eagle Eye Salve will cure Bore night last week at his fathers Mr Al Â¬ eyes and granulated lids after all others fred Millers have failed It strengthens weak eyes Mr Clovis Walls has been very sick It is harmless Short it Haynes Clover for the past two weeks with fever but is port now some better SAND CAVE FLAT Our school is progressing nicely with Miss Nettie CiiBhman as teacher All The drouth still continues are pleased so iar as we hear MissZula McKaughau Is on the sick Mis Conner has a very bad rising on one of her hands which is very painful list Messrs Thomas and Ptoctor Roberta but we hope it will not prove more serirecently sold 8 head of young cattle to ous 123 Mrs Lee Walls has a mlllinor shop at Mr Weber Roberts of West View this placo and hor hats are very pretty and cheap She will trade for chickens was visiting friends nnd relatives here last week eggs etc Messrs Charley Bobbins and Jack Itav Snead preached for us Sunday at 11 oclock and at night He being Bent Roberts of near Hardinsburg were In back on this work will be the delight of this community last Thursday to buy cattle the congregation at this place Miss Florence Clay comb and brother Running sores Indolent ulcers and Master Arthur after spendiug the sum Â¬ similar troubles even though of many mer with their grandparents have re Â¬ years standing may be cured by using turned borne DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve It soothos Rev Geo Morris the popular fusion strengthens and heals It is the great candidate for Assessor was the guest of pile cure Short Haynes Oloverport Mr and Mrs A Claycomb on Monday night of the speaking at Stephensport Wm T Claycomb of Owensboro who PATESVILLE met with a very seiious accident sum time ago and was reported dead Is yU James Lynch went to Phllpot Mon Â¬ itlng his old home and Uulowly Improv Â¬ day ing Bro J B Hunt of LoultyUto wm tu We had a nlco little rain lieie Sunday giwst of Mr awl Mm Lay last Sat Â¬ night urday nigbt awl pmeliwl a wry inttr M V Harlow wwt to Hawesville sstlag at Uw Okyoaai amlJw Moiky wH wxwa to a wy attiwjti n sad appre Â¬ F K QoftUM has bea appelated pest- - ciative aUM H twd d hta t situation to Um fttsfhaiiapoH church U MUa MatbwtMMM abrk at fcuulay awl the church is lorry to give Mm up Ha Is a good prwuhar a good S ObrU KMf wast mot asm a mod man ad Â¬ Â¬ ville Getting a musical education requires time talent and money Dont waste such a valuable trio on trashy composi- Â¬ tions Cultl vato a taste for a high stand Â¬ ard of music and youll not desire any other kind Mrs G II Casperke speaks in a most complimentary manner of the Nashville Centennial She says any one going through expecting to make comparisons between it and the Worlds Fair will of course be disappointed I think It is a dangerous undertaking for Southern girls especially Kentucky ones to allow their engagements to be announced and their weddings several months in advance We all know about that slip between the cup and lips Mrs John Radley of Ellzabethtown is visiting her daughter Mrs Henry Malin Time still touches lightly with our friend Mary or is it her own cheerful disposition that has kept the bloom on her cheek and tho song in her heart Summer has long lingered in the lap of autumn but at last the perplexing situation has ceased and we have the season on a lone hand The beautiful full harvest moon the nodding golden rod the ting id foliage now look in sea- Â¬ POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL UMNO fOwM CO HW YORK to Hawesvllle Saturday E F Gordon who has been very low with typhoid fever is improving E O Jordan went to Hardinsburg on Monday to work for the C C Co Messrs C J Boling W II Lynch and Aretus Haynes went to Short Creek Monday Miss Agnes Gordon and W W Dunn saw Ui JBr 4- TKLEt BBLKOKBLNRIEQK NEIWS Breckenridge Im D 4 T 0 OXkOYRRIdRT KY Â¬ News tad HARDINSBURQ L H BMki Editor PriptUtn ft W TIME TABLE aoixo Ilardlniburi- WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1897 Panenfer Dally arr hit Hl - Ti27 am pm 001X8 SIX PAGES AaHouncementi TrrEtrf authorised to announce R M olly YV acceptance of the nomlnaiion tendered him lor State Senator by the Republican ol the Tenth Senatorial District composed of the counties of Klectiou Ilrccseiirldge Hancock and Meade November 1S97 ate from the Tenth Seratorlal District of the counties of Breckenrif ge Meade Election November 1897 XT K are authorized to announce It O Smith VV aa the Populist candidate for the State Sen PaeieaerDally arr Ilardtnibarg ll SS Co to Witts for your drugs and medi- Â¬ cines Ben Macys oldest boy is down with typhoid fever Rev W B Sneed has been essgncd to the work at Sample this year Mr and Mrs W J Piggott were visit Â¬ ing here last Siturday and Sunday Go to E T Guthrie tho druggist to havo your prescriptions compounded You can buy ail kinds ot patent medi Â¬ cines from E T Guthrio tho druggist Store open at all hours and prescrip tions filled at the lowest prices E T Guthrie Mr and Mrs John P Haawell spent last Sunday with their son Ftank at Cloverport Mr and Mrs G W Beard are attend ing the annual conference at Henderson this week We are ready to give you bottom fig ures on farming implements Beard Â¬ Â¬ composed Hancock and A light frost was reported in this locality yesterday Gmxral alarm now prevails in New Orleans over yellow fever Tiik Initial number of the Clover Dem- Â¬ ocrat male its appearance in this city latt Thursday President McKlnley like all other presidents seems to enjoy an outing now and then He laofTnow from Washlrg ton until October 1 Jesse Wright of Louisville is Hon W J Bryan will visit tho Nash Â¬ hero this week visiting her father Judge ville Exposition Octobor 8 and thence N McO Mercer come into Kentucky where he will make You can buy all kinds of patent medi- Â¬ a number of speeches cines from E T Guthrie tho druggist at bottom prices The Kentucky Conference of the M Miss Lola Norton of Freedom left last E church South at its Mt Sterling meet-Â¬ Monday to visit her brothers family at ing restored Rev II C Morrison to his Fremont Nebraska position in the church John Hobon has been appointed ad Â¬ ministrator of the estate of Thomas County Chairman Miller is in receipt J Sweeney deceased of a number of Bample ballots for the in- Â¬ James Miller is filling Mr Hermans struction of voters Those who vote the place at the public school for the first Fusion ticket should study this ballot two weeks of the term carefully George Houk who lives about four Tug News has fought for Democracy miles from this place lost his house and for twenty one years in good times and contents by Gro last Sunday Remember that you can buy all kinds bad atid all along the line What boots it therefore if some of the kids get to of patent medicines and drugs of every Bpouting about party loyalty description from J A Witt We are still in the market with Disc Congressman Howard of Alabama harrows plows buegies and farming immade a speech out at IlardlnBburg the plements Beard Dillon Co other day that captured the crowd It Charles E Oelzo bought the old Sam was Populistic throughout done up in uel Bland farm on the pike at commis- Â¬ fine stylo and made to catch votes for sioners sale last Monday for 37000 Joe Parker Fon Sale One Parker Bros ham- meileES gun Twelve giuge thirty inch It is the duty of all good Democrats to Joe B Cox get in line Go out and hear the candi- Â¬ barrel Price 20 Go to E T Guthrie tho druggist to dates Take them home with you and break bread with them Be kind to the have your prescriptions compounded gold bugs and all such as run after Store open at all hours and prescriptions filled at the lowest prices trange doctrine I am giving my whole attention to the The crops in Western Ireland are al- Â¬ drug business now and I will give your most a failure and almost a lamine is prescriptions and orders for medicines threatened Nothing like a food famine the most careful attention J A Witt was ever threatened in this country yet Fob Sale Ciieai A few exceptionally o complain awfully of a drouth of a few good poland china pigs World Fair months blood Model U S No 4f C52 sired by Sanders Short Stop No 1003 B A The poetoflice at Hardinsburg is soon Parks Webster Ky to change hands The appointment ol They had a quiet election over the Mr Marcus Kincheloe was announced local option question at McDaniels last from Washington last Saturday and Saturday The drys won without any Joseph Cox will now step down and out trouble The vote stood For local op- Â¬ Joe has made a good official tion 123 for whisky 14 Marriage license Claude Myers Ada Ik there is anything in speaking the Sutler T I Stone Luru Wilson Geo longest pole in the oflice hunting crowd ought to knock the persimmon in the Wegenest Essio Bennett JMStilwell rounds this week There are some jam Lulie Blair Lushen Hines Kate Smith up orators following the procession and Emmett GGregory Mary E Lalleist Charles WendelkenSallie Daniel Wm dont you forget it Bowman Minnie Whoolbtrrj Edmond Nenderhill Minnie B Woolens Out at Hardinsburg last Monday the There was an unusually large crowd at crowd was treated to a gold hug speech from Judge MUliken instead of the church In Nortons Valley last Sunday announcements by the county candi Both old and young people turned out dates Judge Mlllikln had good atten Â¬ for several miles in the surrounding tion while Im occupied the rostrum but neighborhood It Is evidently a fine the applause wps very mild Mild In point for a congregation The little deed Hon D K Murray replied to church that was built by Mr Bartlett Judge Milllken and then the boys warm- Â¬ Norton isnt half large enough to hold the people who assemble there but it is ed up It was decidedly a silver crowd neat and comfortable and is a credit to him and the neighborhood We understand that thero are some Mrs Sutton our milliner has just re- Â¬ parties in the county Democrats by the turned from Louisville wiiere she has way who feel inclined to question the been for two or three weeks stud jing the Demociacy of the News Well now it fall styles in hats bonnets etc She isnt worth while Really it isnt We bring with her a new line of goodp are here to stay you know and to fight it wherein can be found most anything to the ladles Her long experience out on the same old Hue Twenty one fileose millinery business enables her to years in the harness ought to convince select just such goods in this linas will any oue of its sufficiency Just read if suit her entire trade Her prices too you please our three columns from Wil- Â¬ are just as reasonable as can be found here or elsewhere She will have an liam Jennings Bryan in another place opening Thursday when she invites the and see how that strikes you Demo- Â¬ public to visit her aud examine her new Well the critics may just goods and the prices on them cracy indeed go along The New s will take care of its Democracy just the same Electric Bitters Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dillon Mrs Co The Republicans have called a conven- Â¬ tion to meet at West Point next Tuesday to put out a candidate for Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney in this We dont know to Judicial District whom the honors may fall nor will it make any difference so far as results go in November McBeath will run two to one ahead of any man in the district for Judicial honors when the polls open and it would seem a waste ot time to pit any one against him Chelf for Common- Â¬ wealths Attorney is acceptable likewise and will be elected So the convention aforesaid had as well be called off Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for any season but perhaps more gen- Â¬ erally needed when the languid exhaust- Â¬ ed feeling prevails when tho liver is tor Â¬ pid aud sluggish and tho need of a tonic and alterative is felt A prompt use of this medicine has ofteu averted long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers No medi Â¬ cine will act inoro surely in counteract- Â¬ ing and freeing the system from the ma Â¬ larial poison Headache Indigestion Constipation Dizziness yield to Electric Bitter fiOrand 100 per bottlo at A R Fishers Drug Store Obituary I write this memorial of Miss Orfa or in fact any question relating to the daughter of Mortimer and Mrs Alico currency is a waste of energy and of ink Mosely of Pellville Ky who yielded and paper If times Improve and con Â¬ her earthly cross for a heavenly crown tinue to do so under the present system Septembers 18C7 which must prevail for four years at She had been sick with that dreadful least it is the height of folly to howl in disease typhoid fever for 60 days We calamitous strain and try to make the trust she is happy today having crossed people believe that things are not what the chilly waters aud entered the man Â¬ they seem Let us give the present sions of the just made perfect Such order of affairs a fair trial and if they was the amiability of disposition of this prove what their champions claim for truly Christian young girl that sho was them lot im accept them in good faith loyed by all who knew her Her loveli Â¬ and surrender any pride of opinion that ness stood as a picture in her peaceful we might have had with reference to the earthly home She was 10 years old the free colsage of silver or any other ques Â¬ 6th day of last June Her Ufa was made decided change in our tion relating to a flMBcial system live ua a rest and of uniform excellence from her earliest 1st the evil peaee for Itic i KdBoatto Your HuneU With Cuaearata of the day bu ull tctn uuief Inter Candy Cathartic cur constipation foreur Me Ufa If UO 0 fall drugliM refund aHMM Journal Agitation now of the silver question I I very nervous We concluded to buy a use of Mothers Friend and bottle of Hoods Sarsaparllla After she the time of recovery shortened had taken four bottles she was cured of all ier troubles and since then we haye I know one lady the mother of three always kept Hoods Sarsaparllla on children who suffered greatly in the birth of eaoh who obtained a bottle of A EHictt Sandy Springs Mothers Friend of me before her Tennessee fourth confinement and was relieved quickly and easily All agree that their Hoods Pills are purely vegetable and labor was shorter and less painful do not purge pain or gripe All drug Â¬ John O Poluill Macon Gs gists 100 PJBRBOTTJH at all Drug-- Stores or aent by express on rooolpt et pric MAttf CoataJatec laralHaUe lforM44oa of eto-hot UKM Vfic twt to ail wosms wUI e seat to FKE aajr aitelwn epos anptt lion bf vigorous and enabled to joyously perform the high and holy duties My daughter has been sflltcted with now devolved upon her Safety scrofula and rheumatism and she was to life of both is assured by the Nervous Scrofula Rheumatism W L Archer went to IrviDgton Mon day Miss Catheriuo James is visiting her uncle Theo James Roscoe Eskridgo and wife wcut to Lou Â¬ isville Wednesday Fannie Brown returned to school at Danville last Wednesday Minnie Lee Wool fork spent Saturday night with Hattle Warfleld P G Bryan of Louisville was hero Saturday and tuned several pianos Mrs OBrien of Paynesyllle went to Louisville Monday to visit relatives B W Shacklett Dr Shacklett and J P Shacklett Jr went to the city last Wednesday The Hellowbell seems to be doing a thriving business you can hear its tin- Â¬ kle all hours of the day Mr and Mrs Eskridge returned Sat Â¬ urday night from Louisville where they had been to purchase fall goods The cool mornings of tho last two or threo days causes ever member ot a fam- Â¬ ily to make for the kitchen stove Last Sunday was Buck Grove church day consequently it was a dull day here Father mother do not weep as a great many attended services there For tweet Uru any more For ihe cnljr went to sleep Mrs Dutch Richardson and daughter Waking on the golden shore and Mrs Sing Brown spent last Thurs- Â¬ Ilrothers sUtvrs dry your tears She Is sale from all earths harms t day most plesantly at tho beautiful home Th ugh you sadly mlse her here bhe Is safe In Jtsu arms1 of Mr and Mrs Tom Roberta Mrs Jennie Baker Mrs Dutch Richardson is contemplat- Â¬ Floral Ky Sept 16 1807 ing the idea of building ou her lot in Ek ron and moving hero this winter It will be a most welcome addition to Ekron so Â¬ BEWLEYVILLE ciety Shorty Dowell has beon crippled up The farmers aro busy cutting corn for the past two weeks from a fall off his Z T Stlth sold his apples last week byclcle though it did not interfere with Mrs John Frakes has returned home him driving with the fair sex last Sun Â¬ C D Hardaway has been filling his day Dicky will be a ladies man bIIo this week makes no difference what happens Mrs Chas Gross has gone to her home Cool weather and still no rain it is be- Â¬ at the Falls of Rough coming distressing in this neighborhood 3IifS Celestla Bsavin made a visit to it is so dry farmers can not break up Hardinsburg last week wheat ground whilo a great many drive Miss Lena Johnson has been oulte their stock a long distance for water If it had not been for the Ekron well suffsick fjr a week or more ering would havo been great here Be Â¬ Our pubic school opened with cood sides it is the opinion of many that the attendance Monday Sept 13 pine water has kept typhcid fever out Miss Gola Orendorf of Clifton Mills of our town There has not been a case visited Miss OHie Payne last week here for over a year Ihe cold wave reached hero Frldav and we feel much better for tho change Tetter Sait IUicum anil Eczema Tho intense itching and smarting inci- Â¬ Bro Walton of Bfe SdiIdi wan In tlin allayed to these neighborhood Thursday on church busi dent applying diseases is instantlyEye and by Chamberlains ness Many very bad cases Skin Ointment Misses Stella Paul and Ollie Payne havo been permanently cured by it It Itching piles and is equally took Miss Gola Orendorf to her home a favorite efficient for remedy for sore nipples Friday chapped hands chilblains frost bites 25 cts per box Miss Blanche Jolly visited relatives at and chronic sore eyes Chenault from Wednesday to Tuesday Dr Cndys Condition Powders are Sept 21st just what n horse needs when in bad Tonic blood purifier nnd Pierce Hardaway and Miss Lena Drury condition vermifuge They nre not food but attended Quarterly meeting at Branden Â¬ medicine and the best in nso to pnt a burg Sunday Price 25 horse in prime condition The Epworth League will hold a liter Â¬ cents per package ary meeting Oct 2 7 30 p m The sub- Â¬ Land Stock and Crop ject is to be Eph 6 19 Chas Drurys colt show was a success J E Galloway sold to Oscar Mc He held it in Mr Northerns lot quite a Gavock 17 head of hogs for 20 crowd in attendance There are more cattle buyers in this Mrs Chas Drury accompanied her county than there has been for years husband to Hardinsburg last Monday The News would like to be favored and was the guest of Miss Mary Board with communications from anyone per Â¬ Mr Albright who moved from the taining to this column R L Newsom sold to Martha Brit Win Bewley place last December is tell one house and lot on Oak street again in charge of the same to the com- Â¬ Consideration 27600 fort of folks near by Mr L L Lewis of Brandenburg with The Fourth Quarterly meeting pf Big Davidson Company commission mer- Â¬ few Spring conducted by Itev G B Overton chants of Cincinnati spent a Lewishours had in the city yesterday Mr presiding elder Sept 4 and 5 was a de- Â¬ just come in from Holts Bottom where lightful occasion a success complete he bad purchased Mr A J Gross applo 1 12 for the fill of the bar- Â¬ The White Cap company that ap- Â¬ orchard for rel Mr Gross had the finest He said peared in our midst one night sometime orchard in the State but generally ago reminded one of Jonahs gourd speaking tho apple crop was very poor which came up in a night and perished Nobe Pate this county closed the fol owing trades last week Bought of Jas in a night Isoinu 11 sheep for 22 He purchased Our services wore Sunday 19 Sunday all of J T Mattlnglys hog sheep and school in tho M E church and a sermon cattle which amounted to 300 In the by Bro Lewis and communion in the lot were three steers averaging 1300 lbs Tom Richards Panther Baptist church in the morning and Ep Â¬ ut 3 centsto him 6 steers and 70 sheep Creek sold worth League meeting in the evening for 327 Mr Pate said All of the sheep If you want to read something extra aro about gone and good cattle in this good and entertaining read the letters section are scarce from Dr Hoss who has gone across tho Doings of the Railroad Shops continent and Bishop Galloway who has Will McCrackeu has gone to firing been to Brazil in the Nashville Chris- Â¬ Engine No 11 is undergoing repairs tian Advocate New men are being added every day Mrs W II Perrln who was formerly Ground has been broken for the now of Breckenridge county and has for sev Â¬ eral years been a resident of Parkland depot will move to Alabama this week It is with much regret that we write this and we know her many friends will be sorry to know that she is to leave Mrs Per rln was recently bereft of her son Guy who died of consumption We tender to which the Expectant Mother is her our heartfelt sympathy and love and exposed and the foreboding and dread with which she looks for- Â¬ wish her a happy life in her new home During the three weeks that thero ward to the hour of womans severest trial is appreciated by but were no items in the News from Bewley villa Boveral things transpired that de Â¬ tew All etfort should be made serve to be writton in the chronicles of to smooth these rugged places in lifes pathway for her ere she news which areas follows Miss Ada Drury left to t ach in Crescent Hill Mrs presses to her bosom her babe Dr Smith of Louisville visited relations here Mrs Cochran of Carrollton spent a fortnight with Mrs O H Drury her sister Mrs T L Snydor of Louisville allays Nervousness and so assists Nature that the change goes for- Â¬ visited her husbands friends for a week ward in an easy manner without Mrs Will Burch and Mrs Bryant with their children spent sometime with their such violent protest in the way of Gloomy cousin Mrs A T Stlth Misses Jamison Nausea Headache Etc and Ansa Moorman of Owensboro were forebodings yield to cheerful and the guests of the family of W N Drury hopeful anticipations she passes a few days Mis Alonz Bennett enter Â¬ through the ordeal quickly and tained several of her relatives without pain is left strong and Â¬ childhood She rlevcr disobeyed her parents in her life says her father She had n tine mind was rarely gifted in music She was quiet gentle modest and kind As daughter and Bister sho was blameless Orfa was not a member of tho church but many of her friends heard her bright testimony of a sweet and happy conver- Â¬ sion and her good pure llfo proved that she wis a Christian The happy home circle is broken and wo know not what to say to comfort the bereaved family None can know tho anguish of the pa- Â¬ rents who looked on their little daughter as the stafT and comfort of their old age None can know but them how the brothers will miss their Bister But they are all intelligent and will know that God will not send them more than they can bear Fair and beautiful in life and death is our memory of Orfa Mosoly None can ever fill her place far and near sho will be missed and tenderly spoken of and we know that this bright link from loves shining chain will be found again in heaven Father mother brothers and sister weep not for Orfa sho was a fair fl jwer but too fragile for earths garden so God plucked her from tho nursery ot thy loye and transplanted her in the blooming Paradise plucked the jewel from the casketand transferred It to the Saviors breast EKRON MSkl uyi The Foot of a Fly A Few Hints zfzroim m will an eminent Engliih doctor carry enough poison to Infect a home In iummer time more espec Â¬ hold ially disease germs fill the air multi Â¬ tudes art infected fall ill die j multi Â¬ These messengers of tudes escape mischief do not exist for millions Why not Because they arehealthy and strong protected as a crocodile is against gun Â¬ shot It Is the weak the wasted the thin blooded who fall those who have no resistive power so that a sudden cough or cold develops into graver disease We hear of catching disease Wc can do it Why not catch health by ahvayi maintaining our healthy weight JL JT ONE-PRICE-STORE Jl 1V Ladies Good Dongola and Glove Grain Shoes all sizes and styles usual value 135 our price 85c Ladies Splendid Dongola or Glove Grain Shoes patent leather tip all sizes and Â¬ Qjj OC T is condensed nourish Â¬ food for the building up of the system to resist the attacks of disease It should be taken in reasonable dose all summer long by all those whose weight is below the standard of health If you are losing ground try a bottle now For sale by all drajtfsU at jac and St of Cod liver Oil ment styles a little better quality than usual for 150 our price 98c A limited Â¬ 98c 25 c zmii Sam Porter drives a nail into a box car right on the line T J Ferry master mechanic at the shops went to Louisville Monday John Pauley Wm Hufllues and Hen Â¬ ry Lewis have the muscle of the shop S R Berry manager car repairs was on duty Monday the first time in two weeks Mike week or more again Junglng after an illness of a is able to be on duty S II McCrackcn has developed since his connection with the shops into an expert painter Sam Board day operator says I cant but after stand it too much business all ho rather enjoys it Harry Hamman is learning the boiler makers trade Harry will succeed if he dont swallow somo of the tools A E Adams who has been acting in the capacity of blacksmith at the shops hasreslgaed and will locate in Owens- Â¬ boro Tom Wroe the clever and handsome ex Democratic Sheriff can now be found knocking cars at the shops He says Its honest but its hard Jesse Graham brakeman is at home resting from a wreck that happened near Baskett Station Saturday in which he was caught he came out slightly in- Â¬ jured Mr J G Braahear Superintendent of bridges on the Henderson route was He said the in the city Monday bridges of this road were in better con- Â¬ dition than ever before Eugeno Ireland who formerly run as passenger conductor on the Texas and who was let out about a year ago has been re instalded as freight conductor He is an all round railroad man There was a slight wreck Saturday on the Texas near Baskett Station The trucks under a grain car loaded with corn broke and gave way It was No 00 an East bound freight The trains were all considerably delayed Charley Lightfoot deputy candidate for Sheriff on the Democratic ticket was in the best of spirits Monday He has a perfect right to be Hes going to be the next deputy He is a head of the boys in one particular they cant whis tle Â¬ quantity of Undershirts and Drawers in white or gray mixed for Men that others sell at 40c our price 25c For your little Joys we have a serviceable Jacket and Pants that are good enough for school purposes and always sold for 150 our price 100 Â¬ 100 Low Prices Mens and An Boys Clothing at Very Depot Ik of Ladies Furnishings Dress Goods just Received Our Mens Shoe De- partment Is Com We are Leaders In Gents THE FAIR J OLOVERPORT - t and Hats KY ZZ emy par VEST 4AA44AA SHOES New Line Ladies Open today Shoes MENS HATS School Shoes Hoosler Cotton 4 c yd Rev Shelley Leaves Our beloved pastor Rev S OShelley leaves today to attend the meeting of the annual Conference at Henderson Ky In closing this years services here broth- Â¬ er Shelly severs his connection with the church here having served as its pastor for four years tho full limit allowed by the conference He has been a faithful man both to this church and people All of us have learned to love him be Â¬ cause of his devout piety and his deep consecration to the services of the Mas Â¬ ter Much faithful and good work has been done for the Methodist church hero by brother Shelley Not alone in tho Methodist church but his consistent Christian life has spread out in all circles and wherever he has moved we dont know where the Bishop may send him but wherever he goes the good will and admonition of the Cloverport people will follow him He Is a good useful man a bright scholar and destined to occupy a high plae in his church Here Is hoping that tils days may bo spared for even greater work in the future than has blessed his labors in the past From Tennessee Sept 16 Editoh BnKCKKNitiDaK Nkws Dear On the Cth instant in company Sir with my good wife I left Cloverport for Nashville and Memphis and I wish I could have the satisfaction ot writing for your many readers all that I haye seen and beard What I have seen would lend pleasure to the mind and what I have hoard would stand like sentinels guarding our homes Passing over many beautiful scenes along the way I will only mention the Tennesseo Centennial as a grand affair and worthy of a great 8tate Fine arts history architecture and antiquities painting sculpture and drawing are all well represented Nashville was the home of Andrew Jackson and James K Polk Their tombs aud old home places are among the numerous attractions of the city even their tombs lend Inspiration to Democrats Either one if living today would read the riot act to Plutocrats From Nashville we come to Memphis the home ot our daughter and by the way her lot Is among good people Mrs II R Jones granddaughter of the late Bishop Anbury took my wife daughter and myself In a surry aud wo vis ted all places of Interest in and around Mem phis We visited the cemetery Jackson Mound Park passed the home of II Clay King who killed Poeton aieo the home of Alio Mitchell who kllld FreyJaWard and the elegant home of Marie Green Mbmpuis Tenn for Boys and Girls Largest Line of LADIES CORSETS In the city CHILDS WAISTS Boys Knee Pant Suits 50 200 2 50 3 00 and 350 1 LADIES KID - GLOVES Ladles Vests at l5o 25o and 35c Fall and Winter weight t CHILDS CAPS Indigo Blue Calico Per Yard Apron Ginghams 4o yd THE DANGER MISSES CORSETS Ladles Corset WaUts Mens Shirts and Underwear School Books and School Supplies MOTHERS FRIEND Entirely new line Ladles Misses and Childrens Wraps day Sept 27th Come and see them open Mon- Â¬ We also haye Gome to Stay VEST wood also by the kinilneas oa Mlea Ilebera Norria we vlsfted the ateam cotton-gin of Mr J W Prwcott It sepa Â¬ rates the seed and the cotton in a hurry We saw onr first growing cotton and th negro la the cottoa field We attended the Mempbk BaptUt As Â¬ sociation that met in Central Avenue church on the th Inetaat el which church my Bro W A Loek it peetor and ie beloved by the people eon-la-la- a maAnArnnArririntl handJ 6tf ojkmwoxixjk vessetf TtK MAMteU - RMtRATOR AtlMtv There are about orty churches belong Ing to the association All the delegates and visiting brethren about 76 were well entertained and eotne ol the visit lag brethren were mw of brilliant intel Â¬ lect Brother A J Holt of Nashville preached a most exeeWtU sermoH frtjrt St John 5 chaiHer U vetee There is a good deal of rrtoismt over yellow ever today WiH tint bew Friday JK Yorso THK BRRGKKNRIDGR NKWS OLOYERPORT Breckenridge News 1807 iY t1897- - WEDNESDAY 8EITEMUER22 vicinity Ville suffering with a sore finger T E Tyler has a now lec houso in ob- Â¬ Mr Jess Horroll of Cecilia was the guest of Miss Daisy Meader last Sunday struction School will open Monday with II I Mrs Jess Clarkson and daughtorshave Whelan as teacher gone to Louisville to spend the winter Miss Pearl Ilarthorn Henderson has Miss Harve Jenkins of Qlendalo was the guest of Miss ltuby Mlllor last Sun Â¬ returned to her home day Lave Stewart Louisville is visiting his sister Mrs Mattlngly Miss Clara Morris has returned to Lou tsvillo after several weeks stay with her B T Worland Brandenburg Is visit father Mr Aeliur Graham of Murray Ky was tho guest of Achille Moorman last Sunday Messrs John Meador Jr and John Morris visited friends at Long Grove lost Sunday Mr Ben Clark son Jr and sister Mies Lydla attended a danco in Elizabeth town last Wednesday eve There will be proaching at the Baptist church the 4th Saturday and Sunday ol this month instead of the 3rd Mrs Collie and children of Louisville who have been visiting her father Mr A R Morris returned homo last Friday A telephone line is being talked of be tween Custer and HardtnBburg to con- Â¬ nect with the Bin Spring line at Custer Miss Myrtle Moorman has gone to Murray Ky to spend the winter With her sister Mrs Graham and will attend ing P E Burens family Miss Isa Livers Mooleyville Is visiting her brother William Livers Rev J J Wlllett filled his regular apÂ¬ pointment hero Sunday night Miss Annie Chaffin Louisville Is vis- Â¬ iting her brother John Chaflln Tho vocal muslo school is progressing nicely with II Hlckerson as instructor Miss Annie Mattingly spent soveral days lost week with Daisy Pike near Rhodella Miss Katie Basbam nturncd home Sunday after a very pleasant visit with Noah Greenwell and wlfo Mrs Jacob Roberta and family who have been visiting Mr William Roberts havo returned to their home in Evans Ville Newsom Gardner ono of Union ANDY CATHARTIC rabottcfa CURt CONSTIPATION 11lr uieorcnnitlpttlon ADOUbU 1 Tur TO BE HELD J1897 DAVIESS COUNTY FAIR ALL X DEMOCIUTIC TICKET FOR CtEItK COURT OK APPEALSt JUlQflT 2550i 10 to dutcirtti are the Ut Ln V 1 all I UUAIfAn 1 DfiU trip or rlntbut rinte mi nitnril results Sim ti IT a - KTrllllVn IlKnvlir HI J luuttlt r rlilrrn Ilnntrrl ran nrNit York 4MM fimniNTEPTi can ut cer WJ J JIUll L J HJIIIIJJ JLV DRUGGISTS t t 6 t 6 OCTOBER 5 6 7 8 and 9 I J SAM SHACKELFORD FOR CIHCUIT JUDGE 4 JUDGE T It MoBEATH FOR COMMONWKALTICS ATTORNKYt WEED S CHELF FOR STATE SENATOR A goodly number of porsons from He has been brightened by rqulbs from this Big 8prlng circuit attended our Quarter Â¬ part of tho world and we have concluded to romind the dear readers that wo aro ly meeting Miss Mary Board of HardtnBburg is yet here and progressing as well as tho visiting hor friends Mleses Blanche Jolly dry weather will allow OWENSBORO KY Dr C Iiv7 and Lena Drury Miss Mattlo Clarkson whose illness we deplore was nblo to be out to church ELIJAH ASHCRAFT Uiiill FUSION TICKET FOR REPRESENTATIVE I Stars J H LENNIN IUDGE FOR COUNTV W E MINOR FOR COUNTY CLERK A M HARDIN T A McGILL Deputy FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY GUS BROWN FOR CIRCUIT CLERK R S SKILLMAN FOR JAILER FOR SHERIFF RICHARD OWEN J D BEELER E MORRIS SCHOOLS FOR ASSESSOR REV GEO FOR SUIT C K HARMAN FOR SURVEYOR H JOLLY FOR CORONER LEE BISHOP BEPUBLICAN TICKET FOR REPRESENTATIVE JOHN P HASWELL JR FOR COUNTY JUDGE WM AHL FOR COUNTY CLERK OWEN CUNNINGHAM FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY R N MILLER FOR cfRCUIT CLERK SHERMAN BALL FOR SHERIFF V B BURTON FOR JAILER GUS SHELLMAN FOR ASSESSOR f JOHN H COMER ANDREW DRISKELL FOR SURVEYOR FOR SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS CHINTZ ROYALTY FOR CORONER JOHN SPENCER VUI 11U15UIU1U 43 0 PELLVILLE - William A Downs of Kirk visited relatives here last week Hugh Held and Lon Temple have bought the J F Bennett farm Thomas Jett visited his daughter Mrs O W Downs at Kirk last week The drouth here has caused tobacco and corn to dry up in the field and the prospects ahead are gloomy in the ex Â¬ treme John Milligan of Kansas is visiting his father lie says lie thought of stay inghere but crops are so mash worse here than there he will return Frank Leilonilz went to Owensboro Thursday to bury his four months old child who died here that morning It cost him 23 for the right to bury it in the Jewish grave yard Orfa Moseley the oldest daughter of Mort and Alice Moseley died the 5th lost after an illness of eight weeks of typhoid fever Kev J D Hocker Ohio county preached her funeral the 7th W a large crowd The reply to Uncle Jonathans howl Â¬ ing in the News recently was timely and good If all the papers were like acknowledging anything the News when they see it to be so and come down on all who porslst in having hard times and a general calamity contlnualy the people would be better off It is by con tinually crying hard times that brings on an opldemic of trouble and some of the editors delight in humoring foolish peo- Â¬ ple by keeping the dark side of every- Â¬ Preach good thing always in front HIwm awhllo and let politics alone would be a splendid idea BIQ8PRING Mr Morris is attending conference at iJVnoVtVirni Hl Jaanle Fritz of Louisville U Millar Mia Katla Moaatagger of Cecilia will toaek aatwte taw tbla winter Mr Mir tmilt hlu a atte Kardaway r bM has puul hM It filial Lonfe Tom Hwdin ia bom b 0 D promising young men visited The havo always heen the main feature of the Fair and havo Pines one evening lost week the guest always assured its hcing a success The finest stock in school of Miss Corine Uasham This Kentucky Indiana and Illinois competo for them Miss Zelma Strother has returned home son of Caleb Embert the after Beveral weeks absence with friends Brown met with a very painful accident years premiums arc up to the standard of former years at Long Grove Cecelia and a trip to the Saturday afternoon While playing near Centenlal the shingle machine the little fellow Bewleyvllle begins to hold a light to DR MENDENHALLS v walked through some hot ashes burning Irvlngton by having a small robbery Tho races aro contests to encourage the development of IMPROVED The Bicyclists Best Friend is a fa Â¬ botli his feet very badly G E Dairys store committed in It speed qualities miliar namo for DeWltts Witch Hazel Trickery will he debarred and close and CHILL was a small fry affair FEVER CUBE Salvo always ready for emergencies fair contests will be exacted A Cure for Bilious Colic Miss Mamie Darling who has been While a specific for piles it also instant Â¬ Reeoubce ScnKVKN Co Ga I havo the guest of her aunt Mrs 0 II Drury ly relieves and cures cuts bruises salt colic tho past month has returned toiler home rheum eczema and all affections of the been subject to attacks of bilious for several years Chamberlains Colic A new feature is tho Bicyclo Races Every race will be in Carrollton skin It nover falls Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is the first class No loafing on the back stretch and tho boys News without the Fublic Occur- Â¬ The only sure relief It acts like a charm One dose of it gives rolief when all other ences of either Bewleyvllle or Branden Â¬ GARFIELD that win will havo to git up and git remedies fail G D SiiARr For sale burg sustains quite a loss The Calam Â¬ by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A ity howlors will get the Editor if ho Mr James Donovan went to Louisville Shellmnu Stephensport dont watch out Wednesday And Machinery Department will be as attractive as it can Mrs 0 L HawkliiB left for her homo YELLOW LAKE Mr and Mrs Tom Gregory and daugh bo made Every department will bo filled to its utmost last week Florences visits aro always ter Mary attended church at Harned Bring the products of your farm garden dairy your paint Â¬ too short They say that is the way to Sunday Little Harry Storms has been real sick ings needle and fancy work make long friends but It would be Miss Nannie Board returned homo last this week nice to see jiiBt a little more of Mr irfUMUvw lw Nr Monday from Glondeane after several Miss Llssie McDaniel returned to lit n vaM Hawkins Tho BEST BAND of MUSIC lias always been obtained mmiiMmmU f Ml weeks visit derson last Saturday SHI Look out for NEW FEATURES No intoxicants sold or Miss Julia Rbodts Is able to be out Mr Albert Richardson of Chicago To heal the broken and diseased tisOUAIIASTEED TO CURE gambling allowed on tho grounds dined with Misses Nannie and Katie with her friends again sues to soothe the Irritated surfaces to CHILLS AND FEVER Board Monday And Malaria In all Forms Tasteless Nona Apply to tho Secretary for Premium Lisits or general in Mrs Sue Mercer Falls of Rough is instantly relieve and permanently euro genuine without tho above plcttiro and tho Miss Oma Couipton came home Sun Â¬ visiting her sister Mrs Sam Parsons is the mission of DeWitts Witch IIozsl signature of J C MeuUenhall formation to T A Pedloy for privileges to Jas Kceloy for day after a pleasant visit with her sis- Â¬ Prloo 50 cents at all Doalors Short Haynes Miss Bena Roberts West View is the Salve bicyclo race information f PREPARED ONLY DY ter at Germantown guest of Miss Neddio Hunter this week V O Mrs Fannie Board and J II Murdock Misses Maggie Wheatley and Margie JACKSONS SCHOOL HOUSE IND EVANSVILLE were called to Louisville last week to see Rhodes dined with Miss Ned Hunter last OWENSBORO KY HAYNES their aunt Mrs M E Fate who died in Tuesday Notwithstanding the drouth tho farm Â¬ Sold by SHORT that city good crops Miss Delia Cannon Kirk is visiting the ers have The meeting closed at Lost Run last family of her uncle Mr W T Cannon Miss Alice Brlckoy Mattingly has re- Â¬ A Tuesday Brother Richardson did some this week turned to her home after a short visit to AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CORK work with the church Tho meet Â¬ able Fatllna Mem l ZI Svrvftus JUra BOOE KEEPmO SHOET HAND TELEGRAPHY PEKIIANSHIP ETC Miss Maggie Lewis Cloverport is vis hor aunt Mrs Jule Jackson ory 1m potency HlaepleMQMt etc cnaed by Ahusn or nthnr Kiemua ami Trull ing waa a glorious success Fourteen iting her grandparents Mr and Mrs W qL cretlorji Thru qulrktu ami turelu Sam Jackson is building a beautiful anU in old or y rnfltoro Lout Vitalityuuuarasor you nit ago were baptised and added to the church E Dockery mam ncamaaioniuuy residence on his farm here wMch will lrevnnt Insanity and Ymiumntton if Step and Albert Richardson Mersrs tftkrin ia time Their nw hows immediate ImproTo of the children will receive bo a credit to the community Several WfZtc mentand effects a CUKE nhera all other ail In V V X V I arrived Thursday for a few days visit to first Holy Communion at St Anthonys cenntna AJax J B Bates has nmed his saw mill to sist upon bafinff theami will euro youTabletsWe aThey Who desires to better his or lirtTs cured thousand po We brother Abo Richardson of this Long Lick the 4th Sunday their her condition in life should write fo euro Cf itire In Kirk where he will cut timber for Wm each written Ruarantne to ettect a Price w PTC per case or rotund tho money U I wi uo cataiopuc ot tno place They were accompanied by Miss full Misses Margaret and Rosa Ilafley re- Â¬ Ball and for himself He has bought packacej or aU pine upon treatment for 20 II y wrapper receipt of mail in Circular Sallie Richardson Mrs Lena MUlner of remedy co vvsai Union Star and Mrs Cora Btard and turned last week from a pleasant visit some timber there No 400 THIIID STREET LOUISVILLE KY among relatives near Cloverport For Snlo In Clovcrpor Ky by Capt Vest it is reported to us had a littlo daughter of Hardinsburg hhort A lluyucs UriiRcWCN Mrs Vita Mattingly spent last Satur- Â¬ very successful fishing trip last week The sad news has just reached us of Dont day night with her uncle Mr Ned Can- Â¬ He and Joe Taul is the crowd death entering the home ot one of our to live you imagine they had a sure enough friends Mrs A L Read of Louisville non who was not expected Aroyouffolnir to take a trip Do you suffer from Our people are liking the telephone so good timi Severn llrmlurhcn and taking her youngest daughter Fan rviinr Hetialck Kxhmiallmif Ulir imtjuprptt ft all hr nrtiorJUMHMtN Mil VCIIOr llIAlA B II Bates Jr wife and brothers utlnff nie Lee who died of heart dropsy on the well there is talk of running another line XJJl Help that headache cure that nervouince and 0 B and Dee Bates visited their father seasicknessana prerentatire this Inhaler the greatest by the uro of 8th instant We extend our heartfelt to Hardinsburg by way of West View known mil Ian t wonderful re near Whitesville Daviess county last ft In liar Frv r ami Ant lima UTIIIIV C7UN1I sympathy to Mrs Read in her sad hours Mr Fred McDaniel is looking well We fully realize your thoughts when the idea of It iMIYrrlC ami yon will always week They report that crops aro suffer Â¬ ALVAS yu rtVt ivt It atfar IUmib n tendfrrlu Byne If lrucrlt Mt1kl frse Wo feel that she is very though not entirely recovered and wo of trouble nail lO el Bid having dental work done comes but neverthcles C rj A V1MLVMU IMJ CUJ1UMJ PUIUIU much grieved as she had to give up her are very gad he intends remaining in ing much for rain jh they must have attention and the sooner the better mother two weeks ago and now the dar- Â¬ our midst for awhile Mr Dud Moorman of Hancock coun- Â¬ We are prepared to do your work with a guarantee ling pet of her homo has been taken ty was in our midst last Sunday and Mr Lonnie Glasscock hopes his friends to give satisfaction at exceedingly low prices from her The remains were taken to will understand that it was all a joke from his quite frequent visits of late we Owensboro Thursday and buried in the about Mr Webb and his bicycle upset Â¬ are inclined to think some special at- Â¬ We will be at Irvington on Wednesday and Thursday after the Office on 6th St Gannelton Ind cemetery of that place by her father tractions are drawing him Dentistry In oil Its Branches p actlced and fourth Monday of each month ting him and his cart It is to your interest to consult us performed In tho It has been a long timesinco the News all operationprices to suit the times mott skillful MIs3 Maggie Wheatley went from hero manner at HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky Small precautions often prevent great to her sisters Mrs Luella Sheeran near Crown and Dridge Work a specialty Teeth mischiefs De Witts Little Early Risers Kirk last Wednesday We are very extracted Poslttvoly Without ialn aro very small pills in size but are most sorry Mrs Sheeian Is sick with chills and 0 niont Complete nciitul ltoonm effective in preventing the most serious Maggie did not get to fin- Â¬ in Soiiiliuru Iiidltuiii forms of liver and stomach troubles also that Miss Printing Good Neat They cure constipation and headache ish her visit hero Hope in the near and regulate tho bowels Short k futuro we can havo it all over again es- Â¬ At the Law Office of Is just as essential to 1 Haynes pecially that boat ride success In business V G BABBAGE iSi and sweethearts assem- Â¬ Soveral friends DUKES as your rating with bled at the home of Miss Maggie Rhodes IN HARDINSDURO W lost Sunday which was a great pleasur M the merchan any of The drouth continues You Caii to the hostess Tue crowd was composed W Me-a-iakRobert Duke is quite sick tile agencies Write Mioses Clara Cannon Mary and Lena of A Deed Mortgage or any writ W tobacco Farmers are cutting their Mattingly Roxle Moore Sue Rhodes and us for prices and ton Instrument drawn Rent Messrs Ez and W Mrs Angellne Tindlo has been very Maggie Wheatley buy or sell a pleco of land w work All samples Tuomas MooreBob and Clarence Rbodes 5 poorly but is now some bettor Collections inado and remit guaranteed Dee Bradley Jiinmle Mattingly St An- GO nncPB prompt A big portion of the tobacco of the thony and James Mattingly Klrkv Copying done on the Call w neighborhood will be cut this week Breckenridge News graph the Ik type writer A good rain is much needed that tho DEATH OF NED CANNON in the world farmers may prepare tho ground for sow- Â¬ a Tis with sympathy we chronicle the ing wheat death of Mr Ned Cannon which occur- Â¬ Rev Morton will preach at Fisgah red on the 14th instant at his home in The mwttentr llg locatad HATES church the fourth Sunday in this month Hotel in trweltu M 2s PtR OAV McDaniels at 11 oclock Mr Cannon was aged about 73 1 think Nate Starks has struck water in his and bad been a patient paralytic for over well but not of sufficient quantity and two years unable to help himself but he will go deeper little Last woek thinking he could Farmers aro cutting their corn feeling stand alone by holding to the mantle as that they will stand in need of much hq had done before he fell hurting him Â¬ roughness to carry their stock through self to such an extent that he lived only the winter a few days as In everything else My work is He was a man of kind heart and many Mr John Duke thanks the people of VSh this neighborhood for the ujmny kind good qualities and we hope in his leav- Â¬ all guaranteed and I will give you 5gl0UI8VlLLEtKY favors bestowed upon his mother in the ing this earth he has made a happy ex Â¬ s m jmi Â¬ jj J the old reliable HAND MADE in change His parents brothers and sis last days of her illness ters all went before him and he leaves work at tho same price as Machine Mrs Duncan died Wednesday evening be- Â¬ at 3 oclock and was laid to rest Thurs Â¬ in family only his wife whose sad work The price has not been out day in the Wheatloy graveyard Mrs reavement time alone can banish and but remarkably Low Values aro of-Â¬ Duncan was the mother of J Z Duke broken heartstrings only the great Healer formerly of Fort Branch Ind but had can cure fered on TEAM and BUGGY HAR The funeral took place from the Meth Â¬ been living with her son three weeks NESS Complete Stook in every previous to her death Sbo was 73 yearn odist church and his romalna were laid Detail Repairing a Specialty Col- Â¬ old and had been nearly helpless for to rest in Pleasant Hill Cemetery there several years The bereaved ones have to await the resurrection morn of departure of the ark and The time lars and Collar Pads A visit will the sympathy ot their friends people who didnt believe in advertising No man or woman can enjoy life or acÂ¬ be well worth tho time Â¬ had to stay out in the rain for forty Certainly you dont want tosufler with complish much In this world while suf dyspepsia constipation sick headache fering from a torpid liver De Witts Lit days They undoubtedly changed their sallow skin and losa ol appetite Yon tie Early Risers the pills that cleanso J views but their postofce address has have never tried DeWltta Little Early that organ quickly Short Haynes never been learned Rleers for these complaints or you would GLENDEANE have been cured They are small pills but great regulators Short Hay sea 0 II Drury takes the bloo ribbon w X I Try an ad In th NUWS for i That DuILtlme Padlnf road oveeer CONCORPIA fllltBg hta 0 D Hattkway will alio tbla week William LItn ia ill with fevr The MaUlsgly botol ia Win palatal ZtT Stlthi YWtowf hy reUrd to White U apple buyer la in tbte their home Jb the oily U Â¬ four-year-o- ld Sunday morning The Epworth League has taken Ephe slans 519 as a topic for a literary tneot ing Oct 2 Saturday evtning Mrs Arthur Sipes of Meadow Lawn Jefferson county Is now visiting friends and rolatlves in our vicinity The good people of our church aro al ways glad to welco mo Mr and Mrs Colo man of Irvlngton to their services Mr Albright who lived on tho W J Stlth place last year leaving it Chiist mas moved back there last week Moments are useless It trilled away and they aro dangerously wasted If con- Â¬ sumed by delay In caso where One Min- Â¬ ute Cough Cure would bring Immediate relief Short Haynes Bucklens Arnica Salve Tub Best Salve in tho world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe Â¬ ver Soreo Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and postively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For Sale by A R Fisher II TODD President t t F T GUNTHER Vice Prest P T WATKINS Treasurer J W GARTER Secretary LARGE SPECIAL PREMIUMS SPEED RINGS Ai BICYCLE RACES 9 THE FLORAL HALL 9 Â¬ mj y J MENDENIIAILi J W CARTER Sect J c-cc-cfj- crc MADE ME -- MAN Â¬ Â¬ aJax BRYANT Wg STRATTON v Y EEEB DO YOU TRAVEL Good Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order J C BUSH D D S I Get The e g Â¬ fy 2iiS 111111 Buyer a Should First Investigate Quality Saddles Marae i 22slMJmZ5 P Noah Advertised PRANK p Wa Are you going to get wet CLOVERPORT lum ft81 a r tVyi MifWl1iPWl r 4 r p- s l WVJC FBf 1807 - - JWlWDOm NEW AAAftAAArtrrrrrAvVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVstj QJbQYIiRFQET KY TO TNE J 1a Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News 6EITEMDEII 22 C3S34S2S53SS Rambling Thoughts ly Hemo Copy lighted by Da we ft Tabor this lino of thought for tho present al Â¬ though the subject is not by auy means exhausted I need to crophaslc that these articles are direct appeals from my young heart to yours A saner belter idea of marriage so fateful In its Influ- Â¬ ence on tho generations of the twentieth cenlnry Is what wo all need So bear with me In what I have yet to say con- Â¬ cerning our relations to tho women we love GREGORY Wharfmaslers CL0VERP0BT Loctl Agents CO v KENTUCKYi AGRICULTURAL HELPFUL LESSONS FOR THRIFTY FARMERS AfArVVNTiAAAAAArVWVVVVVVW KLONDYKE GOLD Steamboat Agents Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Oil Company To YoutKi Men ik Love 3rd Article Some day when you lmvo lolled for her awhile longer and gathered a reasonable amount of worldly goods for her protection and comfort she will place her hand conildlngly In yours In the presence of witnesses With her I will alio will forswear liberty Her wistful eyes will be raised in tender love towards yours as sho makes the greatest sacrifice of her life for that is what it is as you will Ap Â¬ preciate if you stop to think What will A hero those eyes see in you She thinks you are one if sho is loving you for yourself alone and I am presuming sho is You are to her a knight a cava lior a hero bold she glories in your strength or your kindness or sime qual Â¬ ity that makes her esteem you above all others Though a hundred men pass before her in review hey are waved aside to their own disparagement when she compares them with you Just as ardently as you admlro her dors she ad mire you I But is she only dreaming of your heroism and goodness The dream Is one so beautiful for you to consider that to awaken her to a different reality will bo cruel pain If you are shrouding your real character and deceiving her as to your motiyes try now to open your soul wido to the qualities she loves Let them rush In until you are possessed by them so that she may never have before her eyes the sorrow and distress of an il- Â¬ lusion Be what she thinks you are and while sho will still remain the more pow- Â¬ erful to mould and the greater in heart how true she will nevertheless look up to you as though she were the lesser What a sweet offering of incense to your proud and happy spirit that will be Deception as to goodness and nobility until both become habits of the soul is worth the effort of carrying on and when fully attained will make the life together a growth in the sweetest graces of humanity Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Make The Host of Yourself It la tho duty of every man to make the most of himself Whatever his capacity may be he is sure to And somo place where ho can be useful to himself and to othets But he cannot reach his highest usefulness without good health and ho cannot have good health with Â¬ out pure blood The blood circulates to every organ and tissue and when it is pure rich and healthy it carries health to the entire sjstem but if it is impure it scatters discaso wherever it flows Hoods Sarsaparllla is the one truo blood purifier It curts salt rheum scrofula catarrh dyspepsia and rheuma Â¬ tism because these diseases havo their origin in tho blood FIELDS The Burlington Route is the direct north west line to Seattle or Tacoma nnd the direct westward line to San Francisco en route to Alaska From So to 200 miles and several hours saved by the Burlingtons splendid passenger train service to the north west from St Louis Kansas City or St Joseph Pullman Sleepers and Free Chair Cars on all through trains Several extra steamers will sail before the Ask your ticket season closes agent for detailed information or write the undersigned L W WAKELY General Passenger Agt St Louis Mo Â¬ Â¬ Dealers In Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor THE HOR9E THAT SELLS No Moro Coarse Ulg Mended Loose Why They Fall Harpers Ilataar A Brusque man of business in whoso was conversation there were no frills asked why he had discharged a certain young woman from his employ She was too free with her tongue he said bluntly She talked too much to suit me or any other man who pays people for their time and who expects them to make proper use of it This was not the first young woman who had lost a good position becnuso of her failure to appreciate tho fact that tho habit of idle talk is ono that few busi- Â¬ ness men will tolerate The young wo- Â¬ man who enters the business world for the purpose of supporting herself should profit by the lesson contained in Learn to hold these words of Fullers thy tongue five words cost Zacharias forty weeks silence Tho woman whose services are most it must bo combined with qualify In order to briug a good price A large coarse big headed lopeared looso joiuted horse with a long back lack loin and weak coupling is ono of ed Lopcnred Animals Wanted Men who feed liberally but judicious Â¬ ly nud givo their animals propor care may raiso larger horses from medium sized sires than others who uso largo sires nud dams but do not feod liberally nro careless about watoring regularly during tho winter or when tho ani Â¬ mals nro kept in tho stablo and fall to provide thorn with comfortable quar Â¬ ters iuclndlug n good bod 6 lloupon nights Size is a desirablo attribute but Â¬ Â¬ Joint Â¬ VNJ TrvS-e-JTtia- - mj - - f9LX - t Y71 - ABEnEKN ANOCS COW V MY KNIGHT Why do I love him my noble Knight It it because of hit visage bright Or hti strong right hand and his bounding health Or hit coitly garb and his worldly wealth Is it because of his wooing sweet Or the gifts that he flings at my favcrrd feu Is it because of the noble race Whence he boasts his lineage proud to trace Ah no I lis because for the love of me I le has cheerfully dawned Ms panoply Stalwart and brave beyond compare I it gentle and kind to his lady far Clad in an armor of truth is he With the stainless shield of purity And a sword unsheathed to uphold the right Thais why I love him my Knight my Knight I pleasure to the Gentile into a radiant helpmeet that draws out of man more fully the possibilities of his natuie these og s are epitomized in your love The gain to you from her devotion is in a measure like the gain of the world from her dear sex since the Christian Era Just as we expect her infljenco to keep the world continuously progressing so may your gain keep on growing as you come to a fuller knowledge of her O greedy one I is this not enough You are a better man because she loves you before marriage This is the substance now in your possession Will you forget it all and rush through the gates of love as though the Creator had from all time planned to form this particuar woman for your particular pleasure If you do the thadow alone will he yours Tho substance of love is her entire nature and its effects on you tho shadow is ph slcal pleasure indulged in for your sake Hero is the wrecking point of many a fair ship of marriage that has started joyously over ihe sea of life The polar star of united helpfulness is forgotten in tho presence of passions flickering light The joyousness comes to an end the act of love now lowered to mero Instinct rounds out the full desire increased in- Â¬ dulgence calls for further Indulgence sense becomes the all in all and then last and worst Btnga of all tho heart goes wandering anywhere and every- Â¬ where seeking physical pleasure and It becomes almost a matter of Indifference whether it be one woman or another that furnishes the pleasure Tho fruits of Paradise will then have chaDged In your grasp to the saltiness of Dead Sea apples Evil within you will have tri Â¬ umphed over good and the corpse of love be gibed at by the demon of lust the young life at a stately ship liJIng Over the sea 111 a water bird gliding Will she wait till the levin ol passion It shed Or follow lovet pole star to pur overhead T Carelessly trimmed a light hand on the tiller The billows and surges of evil dayt fill her Ska drifts to the depths that are dullrd by the dead Though the pole star ot lave shine t to pure over Â¬ head The helmsman half blinded hit fears tver Mght calng It waiting th flash of Ihe furcated lightning Vainly he trusts by Its At to be led When the poe star of love shine to pure overhead Shattered and scorched by the guide he awtlttd The helmsman lies dead on the vessel lllfuted Ah ta th victim by pssilon misled Who ruU not pvVt i pure overhead You smile at the old fable about the greedy dog that dropped a bone in order to snatch at its reflection in the water below Beware of similar foolishness I In the present state of your feeling you admire the beauty the good sense the modesty the attractive ways of the wo Â¬ man of your choice You look up to 8100 Howard 100 her and she can raise you in all that is The readers of this paper will be pleased worthy The prrgreEs of 1100 years is to learn that there is at least one dread- Â¬ being enjoyed by you the ages during ed disease that science has been able to which woman has grown under the in- Â¬ cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh fluence of a virgins son from a creature Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive of utility to the Jew and a creature of cure known to the medical fraternity valued in a business house or private office is the woman who is never intru- Â¬ sive in word or manner but who goes quietly and faithfully about her work keeping her opinions to herself and leaving idle chatter to the unbalanced and the unwise Business men always dislike to have their affairs talked about to others by those in their employ and those who have a proper conception of the true relations existing between tho business man and his employees will regard those relations as confidential and will not lead themselves to idle talk about the affairs of their employer Of courso this applies quite as much to men as to women but those who are in a position to know maintain that women are more given to offending in this respect than men and that women are more given to idle chatter during business hours Be this as it may the women who fill the best and most desirable positions in the business world are the women who have been clear sighted enough to compre- Â¬ hend the full meaning of the words business is business and who have giv Â¬ en their time and their thought to busi- Â¬ ness and nothing else during tho time belonging to their employers the hardest selling animals that a man if faulty in tho limbs as such animals aro liable to bo It sometimes happens that maros of the above description mated with compactly built smoothly turned round barreled and strong bloodod stallions will produco foals that at maturity provo far superior to themselves in con- Â¬ formation and other desirablo qualitios When nuimals so bred and which aro themselves of good conformation aro put to breeding thoy are very apt to produco offspring which throw back and havo tho sania undcsirablo charac teristics which thoir ungainly ancestors possessed For this reason farmers should be very careful in selecting their breeding stock to secure animals whoso ancestors both near and far wero of tho right typo Another point should nlso bo borno in mind It is this a more or stallion which has plenty of sizo bnt which comes from small sized ancestors is moro linblo to produco foals that will bo small at maturity than those from medium sized animals Tho produco in most cases is moro liable to follow tho typo of tho family than tho individual Good brood marcs nro now so plenty and cheap that coarse nngainly animals should be discarded entirely for brood purposes Well bred stallions that aro good individuals nro so plenty and standing at fees so low that thoro is no excuse for any farmer to broed to an inferior ono Tho poorest kind of econ- Â¬ omy that any breeder can practico is to bny n coarso mare cheap nnd breed her to a common kind of stallion becauso his service- fco is low Mon who follow this prnctico will surely come to grief and oventunlly quit the busiuoss in dis gust with empty pockets Good sized compaotly built handsorno stylish ani mals that can road along from seven to ten miles an honr will sell quickly now nt fair prices There is a ready market for them both at homo and abroad Other countries havo sent to America for cavalry horses daring tho past fow months Of courso such nnlmals as aro suited for cavalry service do not com- can bring to market especially Â¬ Â¬ kept hard at work steadily every day requires moro food dally than ono that is idle Somo horses seem naturally to require moro feed than others nnd for this reason thoir condition must to somo extent nt least determine the quantity of food given But it should bo remembered that good condition is not fat A horso that is kopt at hard work in summer should not bo fat Snoh n condition is detri Â¬ mental to his capacity for work What is wanted is hard tough olastio muscle which may bo actively worked without tiring tho horso nnd without exhaustion of the vital forces A horso that is woll fed not overfed can bo kopt at steady work nearly ovory day in tho yoar without dotrimont Ho should havo what ho will cat up clean of sound wholcsomo nutritious musclo forming and bono making material Ho should havo plenty of cool fresh water Ho should havo comfortablo quarters and bo groomed regularly It will holp in making tho horses comfortablo if tho harness nud collars fit properly if rare is taken to pull tho collars away from thoir shoulders when thoy aro given n littlo rest in tho field nnd to havo thorn washed nt noon and at night Aftor they are cooled off at night they will enjoy thoir nights rest much better if they nro carefully No matter how woll fed n Rroonicd horse may bo if care is not taken in grooming nnd in making him comfort ablo ho will not bo kept in tho best condition when nt hard daily work Harvest work is usually hard on the teams as woll as on tho men and it will bo a good plan to allow them a few days rest as soon as tho harvest work is flnishod Turn them into a pasture and let thorn rest giving a light feed of groin night and morning as it is rarely a good plan to make too radical a chango of feod A horse kept in good condition will do moro and better work at loss cost to tho owner than an ill conditioned animal St Louis Republic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho Work Horso In Bummer Tho hot woathor wo havo at this timo with the work thoy nro expocted to do makes it rather hard on tho teams and thoy require good treatment if thoy aro kept in thrifty condition A snfo rulo is to food a horso in pro- Â¬ portion to his sizo and tho labor ho is expected to perform A horso that is ing and Coiling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Flow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnlahed for Bulldlous ana Building Material BANK or HntitelL Sold bv SHORT attttH HAYNES HAEDIESBTJUa B F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vice President n BEARD Cashier O W J H Hunsche GARRETT Casper Funk went to Garnettsville Monday John Funk went to Loulsyllo AVed nesday Miss Rosa Allen commenced school at Rock Haven Monday Born to tho wife of Dr Mller Septem ber Oh a 10 pound boy Mr J O Crutcher went to Webster Sunday to seo his best girl Â¬ The TAILOR MORRIS ESKRIDOX BEARD 1 Will be in Clover INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month Is your benltb Yonrhapplness It your slrcnalh YOUR FORTUNE Keep tho lend nml Thront clear and healthy ways nt rest nnd ease and your mind and bml with ousiiaiAXN to mankind i inmaiek too rntet relief at itjio all head troubles VA HOKE OU1CFS J n I RMJ0LL7 r -- Director nl ta Casper May Co TllltOVT IOIUS TAUK1I That nwftil oilor ofCnlnrrh disÂ¬ appears Its Wondorful In liny KeTerand Asthma ir vail In br It Saves The Croupy Children Seavikw Va Wo have a splendid sale on Chamberlains Cough Iiemedy and our customers coming from far and near speak of it in the highest terms Many have said that their children would havo died of croup if Chamberlains Cough Remedy had not been given Kellam Qurhbx Tho 25 and 50 cent sizes for Bale by A It Fisher Clovorport and R A Shellman Stephensport Kaffir Corn In the Northwest There Is talk of a telephone lino bsirg erected from here to Ekron Mrs Easton of Muldraugh is visitinp in this neighborhood this week Jim Allen and brother Clarence went to Hudson Tuesday on business Dick Adams and wife ol Stith Valley were the guests of Jim Tindall aud fam ily Sunday Several men attended the sale Tuesday of Dick Wimp deceased and reported ever thing selling well Bill Tindall and family and Mrs Jim Tindall were the guests of Jack Collins and family of Ekrcoi Monday J C Crutcher and sister Lula went to Vino Grove Monday Miss Lula re mained there to take up her music class Mis Buckler and daughter Eva and Will Wright and Sam Allen spent Sun- Â¬ day at Garnettsyllle the guests of Miss Howard Â¬ Â¬ OANNELTON IND rrntt RfHd citimts onia co tiicsmsks isd v 10 ne hrrtUV II ONLY OirBllMANS sty tsat it DrastlU tit for Hook n nntbel II fr a a HOW TO TRAVEL B X S W RY QI3SdB TBXjB H I- r- Henderson Route Louisville Henderson Trains leave Louisville as follows O B East S W ItAILWAY Cincinnatl and tbe St Louts and the West I No St Louis Rj Co Time Card In Effect June 20 97 East Hound Lv St Louis 4 No 44 No 46 HOW TO FIND OUT Fill a bottlo or common glass with urine and let it stand twenty four hours J a sediment or settling indicates an un- Â¬ healthy condition of the kidneys When urine stains linen it is evidence of kid Â¬ ney trouble Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the back is nlso con- Â¬ vincing proof that the kidneys and blad- Â¬ der are out of order WHAT TO DO Kvansville Henderson Spottsville Owensboro Hawesville Cloverport Stephensport Irvuigton Brandenburg ArrLouinllle- West Hound Lv Louisville Ilrandenburg Irvinston Stephensport Hawesville Owensboro Spottsville Henderson Evansvllle Louis 715 7S8 8 05am 18 7 661m 8Mpm 220pm HHm 248 310 37 328 3 44 4 00 9 45 1007 1045 1112 1235pm 911 440 6 03 622 603 745 0 21 460 6 JO 625 667 617 No lo No 16 18 Lv Iotilsill8 335am 8ajam 245pm Cincinnati Ar 645am 1155am 605pm At Columbus 1115am 5 JSPi ss 05pm Ar Pittsburg 95pm 7 35am Ar Washington 650am 11 aoara s 2opm Ar Baltimore 7 50am 10 15am Ar Philadelphia 3 40 pat Ar New York lsjonn 555pm Ar Boston 3 copm 9 05pm Nrain No 16 has elepant Tullman Buffet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Train No 18 haa elegant Pullman Parlor Ctr to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No zo has sleepers to Cincinnati ojcn at 9 oclock to receive passengers fr rl Ik 73 St Louis Springfield and the West 45 Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroy- Â¬ ing the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith In its curative powers that they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for lists of testimonials Address FJ CHENEY Co Toledo O SQTSold by Druggists 75c ABERDEEN ANGUS DULL TAR FORK School at Jacksons School house be gan Monday Sept 13th Clark Owen bought three calves of Norvin Chancellor at 1 1 each Mr Henry Baty son of Jim Baty died on Friday the 3 of typhoid fever W A Bates who has been very low with typhoid fever is slowly improving Nobe Tate bought a few calves and a dry cow from Mr Thomas Ityan Price unknown Ben Bates Jr and Ed Hook while hauling corn last week lost somehow we of course cant imagine how a wagon wheel The drouth still continues in this sec- Â¬ tion making it quite a job to water stock running on pastures with a number of springs and wells that usually afford lots of water now dried up Mr Win Tucker of near our place has exchanged his farm for a house and lot in Harned Station The house and lot was owned by 3 W Stone Mr Stone was formerly a merchant of this Â¬ maud fancy prices But a small propor Â¬ tion of tho animals raised in New Eng- Â¬ land would mako good cavalry horses Thoy are deficient in sizo and substance A strong dash of tho right sort of thoroughbred is a valuable factor in a cavalry horso and there is much less of that in tho horses of tho north than those of Kentucky and some other localities A good back strong loin stout limbs tho best of hocks nnd good feet are important requisites in horses which carry cavalry soldiors and thoir equip- Â¬ ments Southern Stock Farm Â¬ H E Norton writes from Iowa Having seen some artioles on Kaffir corn and inquiry as to whether it would do sown broadcast I send my experi ence with tho white variety I plowed a piece of sod in tho fall of 1806 nnd pulverized it thoroughly with a disk iu tho spring I sowed the Kaffir corn socd May 20 then disked it twico over to cover tho seed and harrowed it to smooth tho ground I do not know how much seed I usod per acre I guessed at tho proper amount from tho looks of tho seed on tho ground It grow to tho height of soven feot with n very donso mat of blades and heads about threo fourths sizo and fairly well filled with good plump grains I harvested it in four months from tho timo of planting or Sept 10 by cutting with a grass sickle aud shocking in fair sized shocks till cured properly and then moved it into tho barn mow As I was outting it I weighed tho fodder from ono square rod which weighed 200 pounds groon making 23 16 tons por aero I weighed it again Oct 17 when onred ready to go in tho barn and it weighed 140 pounds mak Â¬ ing 11 1 5 tons of dry feed per acre The shelled grain from this square rod weighed 80 pounds making a yield of 4800 pounds per aoro of shollod grain Deducting this from total amount 23 400 pounds would loavo 17000 pounds of foddor whioh I find after running through a feed cutter makes wonderfully My stock hardly leaves a good feed stem Â¬ Ma 4I No 43 No 7 f 0m rioverpoit toil 10 35 732 851 915 961 There is comfort in the knowledge bo A trains run through Solid to Kvansville often txpresaed that Dr Kehners parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all Swamp Root the great kidney remedy Through traint Dctween Sc Louis Kvansville und Xouis ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at lrvineton for fulfils every wish in relieving pain in the Fordsville and Hardinsburg daily except Sunday back kidneys liver bladder and every It C MOllDUE A G I A Louisville Ky part of tho urinary passages It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain In panning it or bad effect following use L H Fordsville Branch St L of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleatafit necessity of being com- Â¬ TIME TABLE No 10 pelled to get up mrny times during the night to urinate The mild and the ex- Â¬ TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 1807 traordinary effect of Swamp Root is soon West nound Trains Hast Bound Train realzid It stands tho highest for its Dally Dally Dally Daily ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun wonderful cures of tho mobt distressing No 6 No a No Nol casse If you need medicine you should 1060am Lt IrvinetonAr 9o0am havo the best Sold by druggists price 11 25 Garfield 8 00 fifty cents and ouo dollar You may 1140 7 42 Harned 1147 Junction 7i7 have a rample bottle and pamplet both 1165 7 27 Hardinsburg sentfreo by mall Mention tho Breck 12 10pm 7 17 Junction 12 25 Kirk 7C2 knridoe Nuns and send your address to 1235 Jolly 660 Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y 12 65 Glcndeane 6 30 The proprietors of this paper guarantee Dempster 1C5 620 the genuineness of this offer arFallsRoughlv 605 120 1 ArrSt 1135 1217pm 1240 1010 1 15 10 40 460pm 823pm 0C9 932 043 962 1021 720 10 6 739 8 04 1068 1148 905 947 1223am 12 1 Ar St Louis Lv Louisville No to 8 40pm Ar Springfield 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m dally Charlestown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p m except Surday Traint Nos 16 to and 44 have elegant day coachex Pullman parlor and sleeping cara to St Louis la 3onn a 35am No 16 8 93am 640pm No 44 Ssopm 711am 6 15 720 h 640 p m a m am From West -- 7 sea m 13 15 p m 6 40 p sa City Ticket office coutheast comer Fonrth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river For detail Information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc address It S BROWN District Pass Ticket Agent B O S W Ry 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHHSSBROUGH General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio sa 35 3 30 From East TUAINS ARRIVE 735 am it 5 noon G B General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio WAHKEL Assistant M Safety Cemfort Louisville Se his bills Merchants in city and country avail themselves of information ob- Â¬ tained through commercial agenoics when asked to give crodlk Dairymen livostook men and farmers are frequent- Â¬ ly swindled by dishonest commission men There is a way to ascertain just what oaab onos financial reputation is Lot tho farmer live stock man or man who manufactures dairy products ask a responsible merchant in his own neigh- Â¬ borhood to kindly ascertain for him through the commercial agency with which tho merchant has dealings tho reputation of tho commission man who desires to take his goods Tho merchant can do this in a quiet way and it will cost probably no moro than tho writing of n letter or two The farmer may save place himself many dollars by taking this My boy came home from school one precaution Never trust a commission merchant day with his hand badly lacerated and whose reputation is not well known to bleeding and Buffering with great pain bo good The credit system is all wrong lays Mr E J Scball with Meyer Bros anyhow Drug Co St Louis Mo I dressed the A cross of Morlno blood on the com- Â¬ wound and applied Chamberlains Pain mon sheop stock of tho south makes au Balm freely All pain ceased and in a excellent paying breed A southerner remarkably short time it healed without reports that his sheep Merino grades leaving a scar For wounds sprains are his beat paying stock swellings and rheumatism I know of no Dr Edwin N Furrell a St Louie medicine or prescription equal to It I veterinarian lately mado an Incision in consider it a household necessity The a hones throat and took ont a corncob that was choking it to deuth Hi In 25 and 60 cent szs for sale by A It serted a silver tube in tho auimali Fisher Gloverport and K A Shellman windpipe after bo mado the cut so tbit Stephensport It could breauje Â¬ Â¬ Live Stock Tolnta Every bnsinces man in a city has his rating that is his standing among commercial agencies as a man who doo9 or does not keep his promises and pay Jntt Uow Cattle Fever It Spread The experiments of dipping cattle for tho destruction of ticks wore undertaken at tho agricultural experiment station of tho University of tho Stato of Mis Â¬ souri at Columbia Mo and have proved entirely successfnl It was discovered that tho direct cause of Texas fever is a blood corpuscle destroying micro organism and that tho transmis sion of this micro organism from south ern cattle to native northern cattle in natural outbreaks is effected by the southern cattlo tick and by this means only lite King ot leomark Tho kiug of Denmark is essentially homely man He always walks about tlio streets unattended or apparently so ready to holp any one to do any thing So charitable is he that thotgh hij purso may be fall when commenc Â¬ ing his daily walk it is invariably empty on his retnrn In connection with this constant stato tit being with out mouoy an amusing anoodoto is told Ouo day after an unusually lung walk he mot at old and crusty courtier to whom ho offered refreshment When it came to tho paying pait of the proÂ¬ ceedings ho fonnd that to was penni Â¬ less Seeing his son hoiVovcr ho ap proached him and said Lend me somo money I have been Lon treating and I cant pay don Tit Bits Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Trl State Falrnt Gvansvllle Septem- Â¬ 215 2 30 Oaka 610 ber 20 to 34th Mitchell 26am ArKordsTillalv BOCam Tho L II St L will make a rate of one fare for tho round trip to Eyansville account of the abovo fair This will bo Louisville H erdersonSi LduIs RyCo one of the best airs in this section of the country and should 0 well attended In addition to the abovo rates a special train will be run from Wett Point to Taking Effect Evansvllle stopping at all stations on M 630 oclck A 2rl Sanday Uj 30 2897 Friday Sept 24th and tickets will bo XaitSouni Train sold at very low rates For further in Â¬ JPsil Sound Traint formation call on agenUof the Company 2 05 145 165 Dempster Ilocavale Ruth Atkint 6 44 6 38 6 TO 6 25 kdb Packet Line and Fast Mail Line Between STEAMEU3 Louisville and Evansville E G RAGON P M nsro 1 TIME SCHEDULE 4 Rvan Matter W A Bishop Purser L T Conner TARASOON D L Penny Master Purfltr Purse TELL CITY R II Ballard Master Vr B Newbell w 43 UntelOsh Widows Widowhood mukos a womau un selfish Why sc Beonuso sho ccavct to look out fur No 1 and begins to look out for No 2 Bxprt Exprt Dally 6 03 I Mai STATIONS Mall A P D STAGGS Dally except Saturday botween LonlsTillis and Haw Amsterdam Freight shipped by this line delivered la- er than by rail Travelers will find th steamers ar uusur passed In equipment nnd accommodations Ihe best culinary aro tmployad as oooks and he menu Is eiinal to that of the best hotels General oEcei 176 and 178 4th Atmuo Louisville D L PENNY Exprt Expr Dally Dally 1235pm 7 45p 12 Dally 7 40pm 30am 60 6 48 6 63 6 00 OCTJ 531 748 818 8 51 lvUan ptar Kentucky St Wlllowdale Rock Haven Brooklyn Life 8 8 8 8 21 35 42 Wett Point Howard 51 The lllow Almost Killed Fnther Her papas foot had pattered on 6 2d 9 3 618 661 669 869 9 07 Ilia peraon quite too often And many e day he sought a way The old mana heart to soften Though packing boiler Iron within Ilia pants waa quite a bothor lie tried the game Tho wild kick coma And tho blow almost klllud fathor Denver Poet 7 07 915 923 931 9 Long Branch ilrandenburg Ekron Outton Irvington Lodlburg 1135 1128 1121 1112 1102 10 1160am 665 1145 661 626 618 610 6C3 20 7 33 6 45 6 41 6 34 M 712 2i 727 7 32 9 43 7 20 7 43 7J9 961 966 969 1011 1014 1026 1035 10 43 Sample Stephensport Addison Shops Webster Pierce Holt Clovciport 1045 1037 1024 1020 1015 1007 1002 9 45 9 40 660 6 42 0 30 5 22 S 18 64 w T P A W HITH Supt O Pre Owensboro V WlLLIAMB 969 616 SCO 6 03 Ky DAUGHTERS budding- Into womanhood Development alow eyet dulled face pimpled complex slon tallow paint in back and side and constantly tired Most trylna- - and critical time of life for both mother and daughter Regulate and strengthen the delicate organs which should perform the natural functions of 8 27 8 33 8 42 9 05 764 804 812 818 863 J IT Drill s Best to take after dinner pjnta prevent dletreaa aid dlges- tloa cure constipation W Purely vegetable do not sjrlpe m or casta saJn Bold by all druasleU WOMANHOOD 55 916 921 925 9 32 99 9 47yiall217 96inir1224 Tralni Nn 1049 1068 1105 1114 1125 11 85ara 1146pm 1161 1165 12 02 1209 Saillmaa Hawesville Pctrle Falcon Lewlipoit Waitman Toweri Pates Owensboro Mattingly Woithlngton Readt Spottsville Batsett malt 927 917 449 4 40 9 03 903 864 827 818 iS3 418 419 413 4 8 47 8 38 8 07 363 01 8 44 Ortfflta Stanley 802 768 7 5J 743 7 31 883 899 136 313 301 2 8 20 8 07 7M WINTERSMITHS womanhood During years Winter 101Q imH2 40Dni 1 ir Undrilv Tlitn hniufltu 6pn A Next week Jitter Will b the lat IB I To Cur a Constipation Forever Tak Qiacorets Cundy Cathartlo lOoorWo U 0 C C full to cure druglhU rotund money ter Fifty Cent Guaranteed tobacco habit cure tntkas woalr Btca ivrostr btood tun Me 14 All drufgUW No-Te--lo I U IIII Si m a smiths Buchu hat never failed In curing the Ilia of girlhood at this critical time All drucgWa and merchants Arthur FeterCo Loulavlllc Ky Oenl AgeaU Nfra4 fcf tt t Ueod A Co Jl cents Lowell Mat BUCHu f vlngton daily except Sunday with trains to and from llardinitmrg and Fordsville Uranch Only Una running Parlor Cart between Louis Ville Owansboto and Henderson Only direct Una to the North and Eaat For further Information call on or addraw Ajants or K CTjkjOItDU A A O unH UWitsa cv iJiL- - jSttttrelL i- - - ait - wlfrwi5 Tc vvwt THEl BREOKHNRIDGEl NRWS OLOYRRPORT KY Fall has arrived Morning fires are tho thing Dlankots good warm ones SulMrs WKDENBDAY KEPTEMBER 23 1607 Ground has been broken for the new sags depot m Prices that will make housekeepers happy 8ulzers Quick good bye prices all over the store Suzirs Have you ever tried 1770 washing powder Sulzers Winter wraps at Vests Take your dried frutt to Suwrs The coal miners strike lusut affected the prlco of the articio here Lndtes capes at Vests Monday There will bo prayer meeting to night Read the Nans and be contented Wednesday at the Baptist church A great deal of sickness still prevail Room room I thats what wo are after Linen duster suits aretho thing of the Come get some of our bargains Sulzjrs past Hon Waller M Evanp Republican Did you feel that cold wave Monday congressman will speak in this city Fii night day Prosperity clothing at adversity price J T Daniel is giving the residence of Suzsrs Dr F M Smith a bright and fresh coat is badly in need of manu- Â¬ Oloverport of paint factories A comfortable feeling is what you get Uso the News want column if you when you wear one of our fall style hats want results Eulzers Geo tho new shapes in fall hats for For Sale Two good fruit display men Suzara cases one key locks every door at once Theres many a black sky that doesnt Sulzars end in a storm Wanted 500 feet to fill a lot of empty 5 to shoes at the most reasonable prices in See those mens suits at Vests 15 good fitters the city Sulzrs Come and raako a pilgrimage through A change in weather A char ge in un- Â¬ our storo Sulzjrs derwear For a small amount of change tho you get a change in underwear Sulzjrs Had you noticed tho char go wind do blowetb again Special Offer For the next 3 daj s The now Delineators for October are we will frame coblnet photos with white now on sale at Babbagas mat all complete for 25 cents Suzjrs Water works and electric lights would The ladles of the Baptist church will be beneficial to Cloverport have a cake sale Saturday Sept 25 at F The News treats its readers with all the N DHuys store It will continue all day news and nothing but tho news A portrait and a description of the 0 B Pate has been appointed post- Â¬ life of Mr Richard James Patterson of master at Mattingly this county Drop in at Vests next week and seo a Qnston Meade county appears in this issue pretty line of fall and winter wraps The first grind organ for a many day That Hawesville baso ball clnb cant give Cloverport what they gavo Hardins struck the town Saturday making the little old and young happy with that burg old aud familiar music Tho clever man in a small town is the Wonder wLat was the matter with the ono that can manage two or three love Hardinsburg ball boys in letting Hawes- Â¬ affairs ville up in that shape Hawts- That mighty dollar has been humbled vllln do them fllnvprnnrt that vav rrfntfln because seventy five ceuta is doirg its jVNat Tuckers house caught fire Satur- - Breckenridge News cgaCTrriwrraii jl rmw -- ff irrvrariRogyD ruiujrcisuiiai IA - vzrcvju j Local Brevities P f r f - - if Mr nnd Mrs Henry Solbrlg both of whom have been quite sick aro now out again A J droll of Holt wai In tho city t atnr day night Mrs P V Duncan who has had an S It Pajrne of Stepheniport wai In the attack of malarial fever is greatly imolty Friday proved Kugene Vance of Hantsrllte wai In the Mrs John Hawkins little daughter alter a six weeks spell of city Monday typhoid fever is much better Mill Llnnte Bates of HawtiTllle was In the city Sunday Mrs A B Sklllmans condition marks Mn Datld While of Sttphenrport wai In some Improvement but still there could bo a decided change This cool weather the city lait week in all probability will bo for tho better 0 W Moorman J went to Alta Vlita T yeiterday erenlog W E Brown Our fellow citizen W II Vltltoe C M Kentnger of Fords Irvington has again shown his progresc were In town Sunday Title iveness by securing the agency for Put Â¬ W Victor Bowmer and Charlet Caihaan nam Fadeless Dyes This dye not only went to Uardlniburs Sunday colore more goods than any other but Mln Gertie Barnes of Rome In 1 it vlilt each package will color any aid nil kinds Ing Mr and Mn J J Dyer Mln Atltce Mattingly hai relume 1 from a of clothes Prico 10 rlilt to Irlendi at Hen de ion 11 M McCracken wai a panenger on Mon Â¬ Mrs J M Tebow alter six weeks day evening train to Louisville illness died In this cfty yesterday oven Mlnei Eula and Little Miller were the ing about 7 oclock She was very low Sunday but revived Monday night and gueiti of Mlti Jenny Warfield Friday hopes were entertained of her recovery Mr and Mn Marlon Weatherholt pent She leaves four children two girls and Sunday with till parent in tne ountry two boys and n devoted husband to Mr John llaiwell and wife of Hardlniburg mourn after her Mm Tebow was a were In the city Sunday the guest of hit ion consistent member of tho Baptist church Frank Benedict Beavln and little daughter Erotjn TltfiJ- came up from Hawesville Friday to ipend the ilalli evening vi3 ZS--- a dfittus ef 0 W Lawion Charlei Frltx and Charley Davidson of llawsvllle were in the oltj Monday Â¬ nlnc-year-o- ld 11 O WIIIIi wai at horn last week Eugene Hajnss went to Iwlngton Monday II L SttJer went to Stephensport Monday Capt Plckird went tollardlniburg Monday Clayton Beard of llardtmbarg nai In town Sunday lion Til Grow of Tblmport wai In t wn Mrs S G Shelley has been quite low for several days with chills Itobert Duke lias much improved from an attack of typhoid fever Mlta Annin Jnrboo has recovered from an attack of typhoid fever Natfiftn Millar wtfn nml flvn MitMran are all confined to their bods with chills Austin Popham assistant clerk In A It Fishers drugstore has malarial fever Hich Hardin who has had a severe caso of typhoid fovor is improving rap- Â¬ idly ARE YOU warm ALWAYS PAYS TO TRADE AT SULZERS BANKRUPTinhedth constitution undermined by ex- Â¬ travagance in eating by disre- Â¬ garding the laws of nature or physical capital all gone if so the First Breath of Winter Tutts Liver NEVER DESPAIR Pills will cure you For sick headache dyspepsia sour stomach malaria torpid liver constipation biliousness and all kindred diseases Tutts Liver Pills an absolute cure Probably not known too many Clover porters but tis really true that she is with a live human goat Tlie KW8 man while circulating around the accidently ran into this live ob- Â¬ wharf ject which by the way revealed quite a good deal of news concerning the river and previously has been of great assist Â¬ ance until recently when this goat met up with Jay Bird a similar char- Â¬ acter who is connected with one of the steamets on tho river From all accounts this Goat had alter his usual break Â¬ fast of old tin cans through mistake swallowed a box of Cooks purgative pills which has rendered him helpless over since in the way of being any assistance to tho News man He is gradually get- Â¬ ting better and friends liopo hell be inticn improved next week Monday over the county land in this city Saturday Monday morning ns n reminder of the Cold Early-- Fall to the rainy season soon to set in then look out for rainy disagreeable weather Old shoes may do now your summer clothing may be agreeable but you will soon have to bid them good bye and get into come Warmer Clothing nLa-ZEEs- The candidates all started out again They will SZEECfW our line of money saving Footwear for School Children Good strong ones that will stand the rough wear of busy feet Take a peep in the Dry Goods Department see the Novelties in Fall Styles How about a new suit of clothes September may close the trail to the Klondykc but the Trails leading to our store arc kept beaten hard by the eager crowd cf Bargain Seekers who arc carrying away the big line of Bargains we are now displaying OASTOHIA 7 r B i y v Some timo agi a difficulty occurred at West Point between William Watson white and 8el Helm colored in the depot of that place over bo mo trivial itay at matter Watson was seriously cut and returned Helm mailn his escape and never re- Â¬ turned to West Point until last Sunday Jullui Slpoel went to Owemboro Sunday on Helm was lying on the doorstep in front lie wai the gueit of Mill Powen oi tuo ucpot watson discovered iiim buslnen while there thero and immediately went nnd proMill Effie Bradley and nelco little Mlis cured a pistol and walking up to Holm Ethel Bradley of Owemboro are vliltlng shot him through the arm pits This took place about 3 oclock Sunday even- Â¬ relative In the city ing Helm will not likely recover Wat of Owenibor Mr E II Brlede bauch She will be the sou mado his escape came to the city yeiterday of Rime Whitehead Mill Sunday night to vlilt her brother Whitehead Mn Geo Greer after a monthi Indtanopolli with her parenti has to thli city Monday CASTORIA For Infants and Children artlyel Mr Ed Ill f- - yy It n iTirr wtaijw Â¬ WANTS Miscellaneous tmall nilvtrttaments Wanted Ior Sale Ioat Iouml KC imerieil undir this head ut the uniform rate ol uie to it a word lach Iniertlon From the stock pens at Irvington a LOST ccw five yeara old underbitin each pale ear dehorned 1 lie finder will peaie write NOltE PATK at Mattingly Ky and be rewarded J- - y Stf i ft ii B fv if f rR r y A s I- t - - s n i A ing all of his household goods Lhe ori gin of tho fire could notbe learned that evening There was not a person Sunday but Mr and MnO M Bullitt who ipend the who seemed to be in the best of humor mmmer monthi at Font Hill tho r country Possibly the change of weather had home half mile from the oty returned to something to do with it The air was Louisville Monday Mn J A Murray and children Vise Don Â¬ refreshing which gave every one a pleas- Â¬ ald and John Allen have returned from Bran Â¬ ant smile denburg where they have been with Mr and Mrs Lucy Younger who has been oc- Â¬ Mrs J W Lewli C W and Phillip Wlttmer of Cannelton Tho Louisville Conference of the M E cupying rooms over the old Bank build- Â¬ to the city Friday Church South meets at Henderson to Â¬ ing has removed to her own residence camecity for a monter band They were poitlng tournament which the day Bishop Wilson will preside Mr and Mrs Aris Warfield have rented takes place In that city Sept 26 Tho city council should look after a portion of the house Mr and Mn Caldwell Norton ind Mlis home Alta some of the streets that are in need of There is not a particle of water run Brook Stephens returned to their week Mn Vlita from French Llok last work before the fall weather sets in ning out of Clover creek and in some Norton has improved In health Band tournament at Wittmers Oar places it has gone perfectly dry Citizens Mrs T J Mioary and som who have den Cannelton Ind September 20 who have been living in this town for ipent a pletiant lummer with their parents fifty years ray they cannot recall when Mr and Mn J 0 Btepheni Alta VUta DoliVfairtcrgo down and take it In Lave returned to their home In Loujivllle The subscription price ef a paper this has ever taken place Mines Stella McGavock and Sal ie Gregory Manager Hamman of the Ball Park is went to Haweivllle Saturday to attend the started in the gold fields at Dawson City Mr Clarence cycle meet and base ball game is 3000 a year 750 gets a single copy endeavoring to arrange a gamo between city acoompanled them home Hanccck and Breckenridge counties If Baker of that Richard Burdette one of the oldest Miss Jenny Warfield left Monday for Louis men in the county was in the city the game is perfected it will likely be an vllle Mill Jenny will attend the interesting one if not there will in all wedding She will remain lev- Thursday looking quite hale and heaity - If you are not a subscriber to the News probability be no more ball played here eral days to be one of the party at the home Mlis Belle Bruce Boyd the accomplished youll miss all of the happening in the this season entertaining and charming daughter of Mr The News acknowledgi s a season pass Henry Boyd left Monday for New York where two counties Breckenridge and Meade to the Henderson County Fair which she will join her father who has a most lucra Vest did not handle wraps last season comes off the 13tb 14th 15th and 16th tive position In that city consequently has nothing bnt new styles Mr Henry Weatherholt of Cannelton Ind to show you this season Open Monday of October This is recognlud as one of was in the city yesterday Mr Weatherholt the best county fairs in the State and all gave the News a pleasant call and said John Brown colored who was shot by who may attend will well be repaid for have been taking the News since It first start I his brothor Lee last week improved so their visit ed and It is the beat county paper In the State as to news it has no equal much that on Sunday he made his es- Â¬ The Cannelton Inquirer will soon be Miss Mayma Griffith will on 3aturday even cape launched in their new quarters in that at the home of ber sister Mrs S S Dont be deceived tho News contains city on the corner of Sixth and Law Â¬ ing give a Linen Party in honor of Wt Miss kins LaFayette LaHelst the bride to be This Is than any other medi- Â¬ more actual news rence streets They will occupy the the first advent of the kind ever given in this um in the two counties Breckenridge or ground floor of Farquher block The city and which promises tu be quite swell Meade room has been expressly designed for Mrs Annie E Brown came home last week Grand picnic at Wittmers Garden that purpose Mn Brown baa been at from Louisville Nortons Infirmary for sometime where ihe Sunday September 20 Four fine bands W S Ashby proprietor of the High Â¬ had a severe operation performnd and at one will be on hand Cannelton Ind is We are glad land Nursery in conversation with a time wai In a critical condition health to lay ihe the place to enjoy yourself News man relative to the peach crop will shortly li gaining inagain rapidly and be at henelf A few crumbs of satisfaction may be said The continuous drouth has ru Â¬ home Keith and Mr J gathered here and there but if you want ined the crop The peaches are drop- Â¬ day night Efrom a weekswife arrivedtheir d Sun ugh itay with the whole loaf of tatisfactlon gat the U ping off The crop will not be as large ter Mrs Lusk near Memphis Mr Keith on leaving had to procure necessary papers from S steam bread Sold by Suzsrs Ithas by three fourths as it was last year the Board of Health which place ii in quaran Â¬ no equal An athletic club has been organiz d in tine from jell jw fever He report builness flourishing and things booming and a moit Hon C W Milllken eu congressman this city with six members They meet was bad will speak at Cloyerport next Saturday every Monday morning and evening exoellent trip Miss Ora Leigh left this morning for Clover- Â¬ the 25th instant Como out and hear The sport is growing rapidly and tis said port Ky where she will act as bridesmaid in him and you will be interested and in- Â¬ to be quite fascinating The following the marlage of Miss LaFayette Lalieiit to Mr Lathorpe Traoy Held on the twenty structed Whitley Ex- Â¬ eighth Init exercises aro indulged in layi the Faduoah Dally Sun is out in a new ercises Dr S 8 Watkins Punch Bag Dumb Bells She ii to be a gueit of Mtil Lalieiit who will as a pretty and charming be remembered double rig which by the way is sty 11 h and Clubs young visitor to the oity last Spring The immense lucrease in his practice Mr F II Pierce arrived in the city J L Frankel proprietor of the Fair compels the doctor to do this in order to Thursday from East Las Vegas New to the olty leaving meet his numerous calls on short notice Mt xlco and remained until Monday came for Henderson Friday seemi to Monday He be well night rising enthusiasm pervades the with his brother Robert B Pierce Mr plesied with the business of his home here A the continuous into atore It bursts from every arriving box Pierce spoke very encouragingly of the Taking and the consideration back the farmers great draw drouth spreads like contagion in every de- Â¬ condition of New Mexico He said ev- Â¬ have bad to contend with I could not expect It partment each department trying to out erything was on a boom This was his any moe lie thinks the fall trade will be exceedingly good other in the way of new novelties first visit in several years do the Sulzers XOne of tho most notable society events The Sick The board of health officers have is that has taken place in this city for some Mrs McCracken is ill notices to the effect that all prop- Â¬ time will be the wedding of Miss La sued erty owners should get their premises in Fayette Lalleist to LaTrope Tracy Reld Mrs Kich Hardin is qulto ill perfect order by a certain time if not the 28th instant She is Cloverports Mrs Alfred Odlze still has fever the law would be compelled to take the most popuar aud fascinating young lady Mrs Waldrop has typhoid fovor matter into hand and as a vocalist has a charming and Miss Georgia White has recovered There wore five grown women and four captivating voice which has won for her Mr Parson near Pateavlllo is sick little children passed through town Sat- Â¬ quite a reputation in numerous cities Mrs Morgan Fountalne is very sick Mr J F Sulzor who was for many urday making their way to Jefferson county After retching the edge of town years connected with the mercantile Mrs Russell Williams ia having chills they came back to the city one by one businfu in this city under the firm name Mrs Kate Dlizmbach has chills and beggirg for something to eat of J F Sulzer A Bro came here Sunday fever David PlanV who has acted In the Mr Suzoris now located in Albuquoique Orrin Hardin has suffered with inter Â¬ capacity of an engineer oa the Texas New Mexico where he still is ergtged mittent fever for several years has been promoted to in actual business The death of Mr Mrs Charles Bolder Is quite ill with He will move Sulzers father calls him here to loek remittent lover passenger conductor his family to Louisville this week to after their business interests in this city Mrs John Furrow is confined to her reside lathe future Mr Sulzer is getting up In years but is bed with fever II Gorman State Entomologist of still active and displays his usual amount Russell Hawkins has recovered from a Lexington visited the Highland Nursery of buslmsa enternrhte He Is much severe case of foyer week ago and Inspected same He plaeed with New Mexico and said to a Miss Battle Bowmer has recovered pronounced it to b in m giod condition News representative that It wm the most from a short illness M any nursery ia the Wate and the healthful place on the globe The cul- Â¬ Mrs John McGavock has been very urowti waa excellent tivation of wheat said he hat of late sick for several days AW wbsrpf the Arm of oa of our bee give more attention Wool Is the Little Virginia and Loaora McGavock tlfttg MsablltlimwU said to a Nitwa wp priaeipal product and but year a num are tlowa with chills ratmMfr that the sU ol chill awtMelae tor brought their wool to market and Mlas HWla Weatherholt baa baoal very I ttk ttty and county Um pnmat wr aaabla to gt a price new tha IdNsWasveral had torn awYtloos that it woaU antj farmer that baa aay wool gala a fair W Mitebali ta coanaad L bar MmK I paw aay previous sales by bt yaara prioa ami Aad a ready buyar bad with nabwial fcvar Â¬ Rlohard-ion-KenneÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Rev Benton the Episcopal minister will hold services in the Presbyterian church next Suday This has been a good summer for all of Cloverports practicing physicians The amount of sickness is great The News is chuck full of good reading matter this week Cast your eye over some of our correspondence gucit of Mr and Mn Cbai May Mr and Mn D M Duncan of Branden Â¬ burg were the gneiti of bit parent Mr and Mn n V Duncan Sunday They returned Tl fag llBlll lifsatort Cf OASTOHIA River News r 3 TXXjZiJbLiDFu r wr T 7 Shellman - IRVINGTON the old stock Co KY port Suuday Three foet water in channel from Lou- Â¬ isville to Henderson There are four or five shanty boats along the river bank Did you know the river is so low that it is confined to its bed Tho boats are all enjoying good trips both passengers and freight All Toblnsport freight is still being handled at the Cloverport wharf To get a taste of the cold wind go to the wharf some breezy day Str Tarascon came into this port Sun- Â¬ day after dinner with a very light trip 0 0 Whitehead shipped to Louisville market Sunday via Str JVascou 100 barrels of apples Tho Tarascon unloaded last Saturday 60 bags of navy beans for our merchants All strictly hand picked There was such a whirlwind at the wharf Sunday that rnotf of persons could hardly stand on their feet Tho woods at the point of the rivor near Lllliards farm caught fire Monday from the sparks of a freight train Belle hunters should investigate the bed of Clover Creek Possibly some- Â¬ thing very valuable would be secured Tho best low water boat in tho trade is said to bo the Tarascon She cati carry good trips on thirty inches of water Our city fathers should repair the lovi o It not mistaken the levee cwt the city something near 2000 Unless more attention is given it it will shortly have to bo rebuilt entirely Say I Jay Bird gve us the latest All right boss The E G Ragon is a bully boat With Ryan in command Al Bishop in a bran new coat Is an all round ladies man Willie Says Boats are all making good timo Clover Creek Is certainly confined to its bed Good many from hero visited Tobins lor further West end TX7AN1 ED 100000 polea and hoops hickory svrupj hickory and oak tierce and pork information apply to CIIAS MAY Iron Ilnde Cloveiport Ky 41 AEE SELLING AT FIEST whch they recently purchased of J T shall consisting of COST Mar- Â¬ by me for a bridge over Tar Irrk Creek near lngah church in this county until the Sth day oi Oct 1887 haidbida to be opined at the October term of the Kiical court and to be twljjctt to the order ot that court for acceptance or rejection Plana aid Specifications oa rile in the Courty Judges office in IIJtdlnjbuiK SEALED 111DS will be receUed lfardiniburc Ky Sept and HN MIILBR 1397 Comm t Dry Goods and Clothing Boots Shoes and Notions Womans Kid Shoes pat leather tip former price if 140 our price Table Oil Cloth former price 20c yd our price ijc Mens Fine Calf Shoes Lace or Congress good values former 10 our price 75c price Caflce 13c Arbuckles Nice lot of Qucenswarc very cheap Calicoes at 3c and 4c Highest price paid for Country Produce A lot of Odds and Ends in Pants and Coats Pants from 40 to Coats equally as cheap We cant name all the good Bargains we have Come and see for yourself 1 1 1 Wanted 5000 buahila peaihes ol all kinds 1000 bushtls damsons bend rample of peachts ou have to sell repay ctnres all railroads and steamboats mike special freight rate on fruit Addrths lJlue Class Canning company Owens boio Ky OPIUM nMwmirTsrv u Offlco 101 H and WhliVoy IlablU cured at home with- Â¬ out pain Book ol par Â¬ ticulars sent fiike t fryor Bb n Why Rent When You Can Own You rent year after year and have no farm wlien you get through The laud lord has your money and tlie farm at the We offer you Ohio end of the year Itiver Bottom landin Ballard county one of tho best counties in Kentucky ou the followlngreosonable terms 50 acres at Cash SIX YEAIt I LAN 1 SHELLMAN 935sxi THE WERE IN For the Pall Trade with the Largest CO 100 per acre 700 00 First Year 50o per acre Serond Year 100 per acre Third Y ar 200 per aero Fourth Year 2 50 per acre Fifth Year l 00 per acre Sixth year 1 00 per acre 5000 2300 5000 10000 12500 150 00 200 00 Wmrarilui has demonstrated ten thousand times that It Is almost Infallible FDR WOMANS PECULIAR Total cost of 50 acres 700 00 This land produced the past season of 1890 80 bushels of corn per acre and 5 acres of Early Itose Potatoes produced 2000 bushels or 100 bushels to the acre 10 acres of Yellow Prior Tobacco made an ayerage of 1200 lbs to the acre which brought in the market 5 for leaf and acre of Into cabbage brought 50 lues sold at Cairo You can ralfe twice as much on a good bottom farm as in the hills and your land dont wash away or wear out There has been no drouth in Ballard county tLis year and the crops are splen- Â¬ did They are good every year Wo have nood farms for rate on lone time at bargains in Dayless Ohio and McLean counties cheaper than anyone else will sell you We will exchange anv farm we have for others For plat and further particuars apply toL Irkeun Litilb ovt Bank Com Â¬ merce or Hikiii A Williams 214J Third Street Owensboro Ky RACE Ever shown Freshest Fall Stock in County the Fall Clothing Shoes Hats Notions in Large Quantities and Positively the Handsomest StyleB and Best Qualities for the money that ever filled our shelves Fall Dress Goods Dry Goods IRVINGTON Our line this Season Surpasses thac of any former season in Elegance and Value WEAKNESSES Irregularities and derangements It hai become the leading remedy for this class of troubles It exerts a wonderfully healing strengthen Â¬ ing and soothing Influence upon the menstrual organs It cures whites and falling of theVomb It stop flooding and relieves anp- - SrS The New C W E BROWN Flowers Bloom and fade away 5sxssa City Bakery Has entirely a New and Fresh Stock of Goods Your patron- UCSIICM Jmj7 JsflTB KB 9 Â¬ Â¬ jLA VfGifa rTrvnsBaErJBM preased and painful menstruation For Change of Ufa It la the best medicine made It la beneficial during pregnancy and helps to bring children Into homes barren for years It invigorates stimu Â¬ lates strengthens the whole sys Â¬ tem This great remedy la oKered Why will to all aMIcUd women any woman autfer another minute with certala relief within reach t Wine of Cardul only coats l00per bottle at your drug store Stow sMtni fttrtiM JLtvUorv J Fresh Bread Delivered Dally fl But we sell FRESH Groceries every day EIK rnd Facts Weve got a kind of Groceries that we cant KEEP the People WILL buy them Canned Goods Fresh and Wholesome GREGORY EftiiBgMjqjtEgBq CiucareU Cuidy Cathartic ttimotwo driul medical discovery of tlio uit and rafroclittMr to tho act gMMr anil iMAiuveiy on Kldusjs liver bow rtcaualog Um wttlre sjsU w dtoMs aolsk GIBSON BratkHrndge Gireait Lunches -- K5SKBS88BHHBSK5JJBS9WSSaBSjes9 13 Tot M6S n Mas Co Vawil CttnUmooi vefulrinf taut ayntptcims TU CktUtKX4 Tmn anwtaJ dlrto Ike LmlUt Served until at night oclock yr m fee S C Hf H J W WITH earn MMiM4WiofttCaUila4k Iimm e4 ate vj4aa aa4 It taeeti tst pit W Julius Sippel a4 S Him buy w4 tnr m yuwaautd to two if tilinghU mnI bUtouMMi M Ms Martia McGUhlau Ear Plaintiff Notlc I vs ti WcOlotMio Ci a Ltiihparxua havingii Co Paft All clalmi agtntt tfcatM af Marlka McGlothUn decsaaa d era barely MtHLsl tw ptcthua than bfoin it uAJirttf W Cqaaaiasjaatr kaail Crt Wf m uV Id HatitfnW prowly frva rUratdayaf afactufearlias Clwa last Ihfcj day Y aaaVr m or OlAMiVjt H C B C C yyyppyTjpnyy Jf iwwTrv TVTOBMWSCTTrPairaiBW Â¬ Â¬ m ployed in paying off morrgagca Thus monr howovor according to tho report intimidation will bo somowhat restrict issuod by tho director of tho Unitod Was Grewfng Worse ed but tho domand for mcrchandlso Stntos mint In 1894 undertook to fur 1 gold will bo loss than it would bo under or nish 15 rupees in oxchango for dinary circumstances Tho reasons giv Â¬ This fixed tho ratio at about 24 to 1 Liver and Stomach Troubles Too en abovo for bcllovlng that bimetallists nnd gives tho Indian farmor an odvan Â¬ Woak to Work Now Ablo to Do will find encouragoment rather than tago of about 60 per cent over tho AH Her Housework in present conditions American farmer discouragement I was under tho caro of a physician given by ond wheat havo aro tho samo which havo been Tho fact that silver other ndvocatoa of bimetallism Thoso parted company will causo uo dismay for two years and ho was treating mo for who advocate frco colnago may bo to thoso who understand that tho low stomach and liver troubles and femalo wrong but thoy ngroo upon tho princi of supply ond demand regulates tho difficulties but I only grew worso under I was so weak I could do prico of both It is tho contention of his treatment ples which undcrlio tho monoy question nnd thoy aro not llkoly to bo fright Â¬ bimotallista that tho opening of our hardly any work I was at last induced to try Hoods Bampnrllla and Hoods ened away from thoir position by events mints to tho frco nnd unlimited colnago which enforce their arguments of silver nt tho ratio of 10 to 1 will fix Pills and thcao medicines havo dono mo Tho law of supply and domand ex n mint prico for silver Just na n miut so much good that I now weigh 112 plnius tho fall in silver ns well as tho prico la now fixed for gold Thoy fur Â¬ pounds and am able to do all my house Â¬ riso in wheat To what oxtent tho fall ther contend that tho demand thus work I firmly bcllovo I should have been in silver may havo been accelerated by created by law will bo sufficient to In my gravo today if it had not been for My llttlo girl was speculation in silver bullion I cannot ntlllro nil tho silver presented nnd thus Hoods BareaparllU say It would bo possiblo for tho bears tho bullion vnluo will bo mired to tho afflicted with phthisic I gavo hor Hoods Barsaperllla and it has relieved her He Describes How it will Affect the Issue of Bimctallism Vicws to run tho prico of silver down to somo colnago mine Somo of our opponents havo Insisted Mrs R 8 IlAnrRn 701 University extent just as thoy somotlmes lower of a Great Party Leader tho prico of grain and it would bo much that silver nt f 130 on onnco would Avcnuo Knoxvlllc Tennessee easier to manipulate tho silver market mnko tho silver dollar as hard to obtain becauso both tho demand nnd supply ns tho gold dollar Is now but thoy Ig ore more limited than tho demand for nore tho fact that on increased volumo begin to rise thus inviting Investment or supply of grain but without consid of standard monoy will lessen tho pur Â¬ Copyright 1807 br the Prom Publishing Com pany New York World infusing lifo into tho dead industries of ering tho effect of speculation both leg chasing power of a dollar whother it Is tho bcst ln fact tho Ono Truo Wood Purifier tho country and quickening tho pulsa Â¬ islation and circumstances havo touded bo of silver or gold and thus restore At nit ururalsts To siiro to get IXooUs To tbo Editor of Tho World cure liver Ills easy to take Tbo riso ia wheat will aid rather than tions of trado in all its department prices to tho bimetalllo lovoL to lessen tho prico of silver HOOU S 1J1 US easy lo operate Meonts injuro tho causo of bimetallism Whllo Good KOTecU of High Prices Tho nctiou of Japan has lessened tho Hare the Ilepubllcans Done What a few peoplo may bo inclined to givo nu Tho farnitr and tho manufacturer demand for 6ilver nnd tho United Whot has tho Republican party douo administration credit or blame aa tho would each recrlvo n higher prico for States has not yet mado sufficient prog to bring prosperity to tho American hoir she will attend the Nashvlllo expocaso may bo for everything that hap his product and would bo nblo to pay ress toward international bimetallism pens during ita existence every Intelli- Â¬ more to thoso employed in its produc- to strengthen tho market Added to this peoplo It cannot bo said thnt tho mere sition before returning election of n Republican president upon a gent person reasons from causo to effect tion Tho laborers on tho other hand After sevetal months at Mr Jesse L tho short wheat crop in silver using Wheat bos risen becanso tho foreign would at oneo realize tho advantago en countries has lossened tho demand for Republican platform brings prospority Owens Tom Owen returned Monday to becauso business failures and bank failcrop has been exceedingly short Bi- joyed by tho employer nnd their own silver for tho purchaso of wheat ures increased after tho election Inter- his home at Owensboro metallists contend that tho law of sup disadvantage and demand nu increoso Wheat and Silver IIrto Parted Company John II Smith and family spent Sun Â¬ national bimetallism cannot bring pros ply and demand is universal Thoy ap in wages Tho labor organizations nid For many years tho prico of wheat perity until nn international agreement day with his daughter Mrs Tom Woos ply it not only to money but to bullion cd by tho increased demand for labor both gold and silver to wheat and to would obtain this increoso and thus se kept company with tho prico of silver Â¬ becomes more probnblo than it is now ley near LoDg Lick Church I do not mean to say that tho fluctuaSinco tho Republicans havo contented vnluo They conoery other articlo of cure protection from harm Tho good tions were always simultaneous but thomselves for tho present with legisBilly Mattingly and llttlo daughter tend that tho exchangeable valuo of effect of a general riso and a subsequent thoy were measurably so This relation lation on tho tariff question they must Maude left this morning for Irvington both money and mcrchandlso will bo lovel of prices would bo widespread and between silver and whoat was comment Â¬ look to tho tariff law and to that alouo aud perhaps for Louisville affoctod by anything which affects permanent ed upon by Mr Rusk secretary of ag- Â¬ for such nid aa political action can give cither tbo demand or tho supply The meeting at Gosben closed Sunday Tho owners of money and tho holders pago Thoy nro justly entitled to credit for I understand that the total number of American wheat grower is just of fixed investments nro tho only ones riculture In his report of 1800 lookTho any good which it brings nnd justly re now profiting by tho almost unprece- to whom rising prices bring a real in 8 ho said Tho recent legislation church additions is thirty six dented disaster which has overtaken tho jury nnd this injury is partly remedied ing to tho restoration of tho bimetalllo sponsible for any injury which it InRev H O Truman came up from standard of our currency and tho con flicts wheat growers of India Europo and by tho greater security given to investsequent enhancement of tho vnluo of Tho opponents of tho Dingloy bill de- Fordsville Saturday attended the Goshen South America ments principal features when thoy silver has unquestionably advanced tho scribed Republican Rapturo In Nebraska If it is said that rising prices do nn prico of wheat in Russia nnd India and called itits legislation of tho trusts by meeting and visited John Deane Miss Lulu Vessels and Miss Alma Mat Â¬ injnstico to tho owners of monoy and in tho samo degrco reduced their power When wheat reached 7C cents a bush That tho tho trusts and for tho trusts el a Republican in western Nebraska thoso enjoying fixed incomes let it bo of competition English gold was for beneficiaries of such n law will rojoico tingly went to McDaniels Friday to visit ointcd out that tho riso was just about remembered that tho restoration of bi- merly exchanged for cheap silver nnd is to bo expected but can tho Republic Friends They returned Sunday equal to tho tariff on wheat and attrib Â¬ metallism can only toko away tho nd wheat purchased with tho cheaper mot an party show that tho law has brought Miss Lulu Rhodes a charming young uted tho riso to the Dinglcy law but it vantago which tho gold standard gave nl was sold in Great Britain for gold or can bring odvantago to tho pooplo in lady of McDaniels is visiting at Mr Joe would bo an insult to tho intelligence It is n choico between falling prices in- Much of this advantage is lost by tho general Mattinglys Her brother is with her of the arorago Republican to supposo definitely continued nnd a return to tho appreciation of silver in thoso countries Nothing can hotter discloso tho weak him capable- of cherishing such a delu- bimetalllo loveL Tho gold standard It is reasonable therefore to expect ness of tho Republican position than Willo Owen left last week for Eastern sion Whilo wheat is higher in Liver- gives a perpetual odvantago to tho much higher prices for wheat than havo tho joy manifested by Republicans over Kentucky where he ia employed by money owning class and works n perpool than it is in New York and it albeen received in recent years events for which their administration Smith Jones in the timber business ways or nearly always is a tariff on petual injnstico to tho producers of Tho abovo quotation explains why nnd their policies ore in noway reLennie Mattingly and others I fail to lias no influenco upon tho prico wealth whilo bimetallism gives a temwheat silver kept together nnd al- Â¬ sponsible W 1 Biiyan get their names camped out enjoyed porary odvantago to tho producers of wheat and tho proposition that legisla in tho United States so supports In on interview given out Aug 23 wealth ot tho oxpenso of tho money tion can raiso tho prico of silver by in Physical strength and energy contrib themselves and killed game last week President McKinley said Tho causo owners nnd then establishes justico be creasing tho demand for it When Mr ute to strength of character and both bMisa Laura Wilson and Mr T Stone of tho present boom in tho west is un tween nil classes by preserving stability Rusk mado this comment India hadfreo may be had by taking Hoods Sarsapar wero married Sunday at tno nomo oi doubtedly duo in a great measure to in tho purchasing power of tho dollar coinage nnd tho wheat growers of tho 111a Mr Ike Owen Rev W B Rutledgo Thoso who understand tho causo of tho largo crops and high prices caused States had to meet tho competiofficiated tho recent riso in wheat know that tho United reducing tho prico of wheat ns by tho failure of crops in other counGLENDEANE by prico will fall when foreign crops again tion prico of silver fell tries UyJllen Wlllouuhby a thirteen-year-ol- d tho beconio normal In fact wheat has al Point With Pride to Famine Abroad girl died at Mr Tom Moorman a last Frost on night of the 17th Why Silver Countries Undersell Us ready receded twico owing to tho fear week She is another victim of con- Â¬ If tho Republicans desiro to claim that tho first reports of foreign crop In 1803 frco coinago was susponded Ccal houaes are being filled credit for tho high prico of wheat thoy failure were exaggerated Tho export in India so that British purchasers sumption Julian went to Hardinsburg Saturday must assumo responsibility for tho fam prico of wheat for tho year ending Juno could no longer havo their silver con- Miss May Moreman and Mis3 Monna ine in India Will any Republican con- 30 1803 Br Dempster visilol Irvington Mon Â¬ Hunter went to Whitesville last Friday follho Indian uoveni- nrtoJ iutarunccs for tho year vention point with prido to tho fam lowing itwns103 cents by tho 1st of day was 80 to yislt friendsThey returned on Monday tno as an ovidenco that tho Republican November 1803 tho prico had fallen John Deane was in Hardinsburg Mon mornings train party is redeeming its campaign pledges below 70 cents day Will tho Republican party pledge it- Â¬ Our Nashville party has returned tired What will bo tho political effect of self to use- its best efforts to continue Miss Nannie Fisher went to Fordsville and dusty but delighted Jim Deane this temporary advance the famine abroad as it pledged itself Saturday must bo odverso to tho Re That and Sidney Owen are two whose names last year to promote international bi- publican itparty is certain If any aro Willio Robertson was at West View I failed to get last week metallism foolish enough to credit tho riso to tho lost Saturday Tho most significant thing about Re- Â¬ now tariff law to tho gold standard or Talk is cheap is the old saying but publicans rejoicing over tho riso in to restored confidence W R Moorman went to Louisville it comes at the rate of 25 cents now over tho spell will wheat is that in admitting tho riso to bo broken when wheat returns to tho Monday the telephone McDaniels Leitcbfield bo beneficial they answer tho arguments level of tho last few years Tho disap Mr and Mrs 11 Deane are in Louis- - and other points are talkingly near us mado lost fall by tho leading advocates pointment will then bo tho more in If all the candidates are aa happy aa of tho gold standard and plant them- Â¬ tenso becauso of tho temporary delusion The greatest claims forSSS Swifts ville this week selves on tho ground heretofore occupied Specific are made by those whom it has Charley Deane returned Monday from Dick Owen they must be an unusual Republican papers which aro cured and after all the most valuable and tho by bimetallism set And poor fellows I how hard that today calling attention to tho prico of reputation is one which ia given by those Dawson Springs Wo wero told last fall that aa appre wheat aro simply laying up for themwho speak from experience Miss Nannie Fisher Rockvale entered November decision will strike some of We could ciating dollar was a national bleshiug them additional trouble publish a page of what we claim SSS Utopia this week and yet within a year tho entire Repub selves advocates of bimetallism can ro will do but the people prefer to read Tho Miss Alice Brown was called to Harned lican press is in ecstasy becauso tho joico in tho riso whilo Buck Moorman returned from Louis-Â¬ it lasts and of what it has done and hence we give last Tuesday on account of the severe purchasing power of a dollar has been the testimony of reputable well known ville Saturday when it is over thoy can contrast tho to somo extent decreased illness of her mother Miss Ella Rob- Â¬ advantages of higher prices duo to nn people in different parts of the country Roy Cain Irvington was hero Satur- Â¬ Tho wago earners wero told last fall increased volumo of monoy with tho who gladly tell of how SSS has cured ertson is filling Miss Browns place in that a riso in tho prico of commodities short lived benefits of a spasmodic riso them of blood diseases after trying day and Sunday Utopia other treatment in vain would bo detrimental to them and yet A A Lallelst is here doing some duo to a famino bo distressing as to apNo wonder SSS has such staunch Buck Moorman has been out canvass- Â¬ how happy tho Republican behold sympathy and charity of tho friends The experience of those who roofing for W O Moorman ing parts of the county for a Chicago fer-Â¬ spellbinders aro becauso ono great sttplo peal to thopeople take it to day will be the same ns of American D O Moorman has decidedly the best tilizer house He reports large sales flour has risen those who twenty years ago found it the tobacco of An official in tho agricultural depart the neighborhood We infer that a big wheat crop will be How Will Prosperity lie Divided f ment has recently issued a statement only cure Wood diseases are obstinate I II Deweeses fall millinery stock put in this fall Tho laboring wen wero told that their estimating that tho farmers of tho aud cannot be cured by one medicine wages would bo virtually reduced when United States will roccivo for their iu a dozen which claims to cure them will be tho talk of Glendeane Mormon Elders Crosby and Mlllor who it required more dollars to buy a given wheat crop this year several hundred so when SSS ais taken with satisfactoryÂ¬ The colored people are talking of have beon in Breckenridge county for results after of food and clothing Can it millions more than thoy received for ence with other disappointing experiamount some time began preaching in Glen- Â¬ remedies it is not bo that our opponents have forgotten last years crop and points out tho strange that it has grateful friends by building a church in Glendeane deane Saturday night Their initial ser- Â¬ Clint Westerfleld is giving the Mat mon here was well received tho railway sound money clubs As stimulating effect of this amount of the score soon as tho employees ask for their share monoy on other branches of industry Miss Nannie Green went to Louisville tlngly House a thorough painting week to consult an oculist She of tho promised prosperity tho largo This is another confirmation of tho ar The colored school opened here Mon- Â¬ last return early this week and receive will employers will bo compelled to raiso guments mado by tho bimetallists day Mrs Jim Alexander teacher treatment from Dr Dempster of this wages or ccaso boasting that prosperity Money Coming From Europe A Oood a ten pound boy thats spreading place and Dr Moorman of Irvington has returned Sign While Mrs Lud Moorman and son I the smiles Whilo tho Republicans seem to havo over Bob Farmers face A largo part of this monoy comes Estill were driving to town Thursday come over to our position there is this from abroad Wheat is not only higher Tne coming of the candidates on next they happened to tne ill luck of having Chsential differenco between them and but more of it is being exported If wo a runaway horso Mrs Moorman was Wednesday is the event of tho week tho bimetallists Tho latter desiro to had enough money in this country an hurt though not seriously I hear raiso all prices to tho bimetalllo lovel iucrcoso in tho volumo would bo on inRtv Hinton colored of Hardinsburg A delightful gathering of a few of the and then keep them there by a financial jury preached twice at Glendeane Sunday young people at Mrs Lucy Hunters on system which will furnish a standard Henry Moorman and Vic Robertson Friday la fresh in the minds of those If an increase in tho volumo of money sufficient in volumo to keep paco monoy present Music recitations chats and secured by tho exportation of wont to Hardinsburg Sunday afternoon joyous with the demand for money Tho former higher wheat gives causo for rejoicing laughter sped the hours rapidly to Hardinsburg Miss Irene Board went praiso a dear dollar but grow happy is not ovidenco that wo now havo an Rev W B Rutledgo pleasantly enter- Â¬ it mer tho cheapening of tho dollar in its insufficient quantity Saturday returning Sunday afternoon tainingly inspiringly addressed the Uto- Â¬ relation to a few articles Visitors are alMrs Sturn of Rockvale died Friday pians Friday morning If tho farmers aro constantly remind ways welcome and especially welcome A general riso quickens entcrpriso for ed of tho largo iucroaso in tho valuo of morning She was buried at Fordsville are those who corns ready to address and tho timo being nnd the maintaining this years crop will thoy not bo nblo Sidney Owen began his school at Mat encourage ua of tho lovel when reached protects to calculate their loss tho more cosily Miss Mary Peyton came up Friday af- Â¬ business in general and tho producers when wheat goes down ttnglys Schoolhouse this morning 13th ternoon from the Falls of Rough and at- Â¬ of wealth in particular from tho disas Miss Melissa McDaniel of McDaniels tended Utopias first literary exercises of Is it not possiblo tliat tho pleasure trous effects of falling prices A riso in experienced from tho riso in wheat will left hero Saturday morning for Hender- Â¬ the year The special features were re Â¬ a few articles may bring odvantago to lead farmers to desiro on increaso in tho citing by Miss Alma Mattingly and pa- Â¬ son thoso who produco such articles and yet prico of other farm products Whon they pers on the Nashville Exposition by bo a detriment to thoso who are en Â¬ MR WIUJAU SOWERS Miss Jennie Green Falls of Rough Miss Nellie Moorman and little Miss learn tho advantages of restored prices gaged in tho production of urticles will thoy not seek somo more durablo went to Louisville Monday to enter May Dempster Visitors are invited Mr William Sowers of BradfordOhio which do not enjoy a corresponding means of sustaining prices than a was cured by SSS ten years ago of a school Louis Ashley will finish cutting to- Â¬ rise severe blood poison and writes that to Mr bacco and corn this week drought or a famine Tho department Jesse Moorman has returned from Chi- Â¬ energy as a farmer la enualed Ashleys Will Wage 11 Ue Toot this day no sign of tho dreadful disease only by official has also contributed to our causo cago where be has been for saveral his earnestness aa a good hard working has ever returned He says A few instances may bo given If by cmpliasizlug tho benefits received by bad a terrible blood disease which months I wool rises tho woolgrower will bo Republican The last few elections have other industries from tho fanners prosis considered incurable and was treated him extremely happy beutfited but tho manufacturer of perity Water Is getting scarce and farmers been leaving anxiety hie looks when and for a long time by the best physicians he we wait with woolen goods will Buffer unless there is Quotes McKinley The disease are driving their stock to the creek hears from the next but they aid me no good a corresponding advanco in tho prico of seemed to get a firmer hold on me and every day Tho president during tho last camwoolen goods attacked my tongue and throat which paign gavo uttcranco to a very cffcctlvo Dont go away to purchase your fall But an advanco in tho prico of wool Tree Pills phraso when ho suggested tho opening were soon full of vile ulcers times and eu goods is an injury to thooo who wear I changed doctors of tho mills instead of tho mints but afterwards took nearlyseveral blood rem Â¬ millinery your requirements can be met Send your address to 11 E Bucklen every woolen goods unless thoy enjoy a corre Â¬ ho was answerod by tho statomout thnt edy on the market without the slightest at Dowecses Co Chicago and get a freo uamplo box sponding IncreoHo in their incomes tho mills would open pooplo Vic and Ernest Robertson started to of Dr Kings Now Life Pills A trial five years of treatment If sugar rises the Sugar trust reaps were nblo to buy tho when tho of tho benefit did Afterno good whatever I was products me Cincinnati Saturday with three carloads will tho profit but it must bo at tho expense mills When a government official points which convince you of their merits These This remedy induced to try SSS of those who consume sugar unless tho out tho advantages accruing to tho proved itself equal to the case for in a of fine cattle pills are easy in action and are particular- Â¬ Albert Beauchamp of Grayson county ly effective in the cure of Constipation consumers of sugar can luako enough country from tho fact that tho farmers few months I was entirely cured and my skin was perfectly clear and smooth was here Saturdaydellvering cattle to and Sick Headache For Malaria and more to cover tho increased price So havosmcrul hundred millions of addi when wheat rises tho whoat grower is tional monoy to spend in paying dobts I could hardly believe that the cure was D 0 Moorman Liver troubles they have been proved benefited but ho profits at tho cxponso and buying merchandise ho strengthens permanent but ten years have elapsedÂ¬ and no sign of the disease has yet ap Jess Mattingly went to Fordsville Sat Â¬ invaluable They are guaranteed to be of thoso who uso flour unless tho latter tho position taken by blinotalllsts peared urday He will likely visit at Owensboro perfectly free from every deleterious sub- Â¬ in somo way secure a corresponding in CaIf tho riso in wheat will enable tho SSS is a sure cure for CancerScrof- Â¬Â¬ before returning stance and to be purely vegetable They crcaso in their incomes fanners to pay their interest more tarrh Contagious Blood Poison A general riso in prices should bo fol Â¬ promptly and havo money left to buy ula Rheumatism Eczema and all other Mlbs Amanda Deane la at home after do not weaken by their action but by blood disease which other remedies several weeks absence at Owensboro giving tone to stomach and bowels great-Â¬ lowed by a riso in wages Mr Carlisle la bid speech of 1878 commenting upon merchandise how much greater would have no effect whatever upon It it Holt and Addison ly invigorate the system Regular else 25c per bottle Sold by A It Fisher the advantages to bo seourvrt through bo tho general benefit if tho riso extend ed to all agricultural products T II Moorman and Willie Robertson Druggist Instead of con Mm Bland act said Political EJfect ot tbo HUe went to Graysod and Butler counties laet stoat and releatlcM contraction instead In calculating tho political effect of and Is the only blood remedy which week cattle buying at a coaMaut appreciation of money and Vett TeUece NpK m4 ttatett lour lift Awij ia guaranteed of property we will havo a riso In wheat it must bo remembered potash or other to contain no mercury To quit tobacco euU and forever be ma dmwcltloa Charley Payne learned and Iter harmful mineral 8SS actio full of lite nerv and vl or take to tho extent of at least that many farmers wore threatened with ia told by all druggists James Tucker HattHaeburg were in tbo wonder worker tfca nakes weak mea 000 000 jxr mouth nnd wider iba foreclosure during the last campaign Books oa Blood and Skin DUeeaw mil town Friday aHanwoft strong All struggles Met SI Ovre guarM uo llw escliugkl4 value of attd that a considerable part of tho b mailed free to all who addreM Swift teed Hooklet aad sample free Addreaa Mia Carrie Owm k la LodevUle I I MmtUiui KtBMdy 0 OuieafA or New York Bpeclafc Cowpeay Atlanta Georgia OTWWfliit- f- lttel wliajc lata will soon vkamr received for whoat will be em BRYAN ON PROSPERITY A Message to the American Peo pie Explaining the FOR YOU AND FOR 1 K M fZmmm 1 Â¬ Â¬ EVERYONE It PRESENT BOOM IN OUR WHEAT if ajiiIj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hoods Sarsa stock Valuable Goods Valuable Bargains In all Departments Havo mado great effotls to ploaso my cuqtomors in tho purchase of our ii yi- - parilla n J t V Â¬ I I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Correet Prices Correet Styles Something Nobby in Dress Goods Dry Goods Clothing Boots Shoes and Seo them and youll Notions all nt Startling Prices wonder m 0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MILLINERY GET READY FOR OUR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Opening Day Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Saturday Sept 18th Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ This purchase will he a surprise and we have endeav- Â¬ ored to put in a lino in which tho most fastidious person can bo suited The newest styles in Hats Bonnets Caps Ribbons Laces Braids and every- Â¬ thing pertaining to a well equipped Millinery storo Tho very lowest prices have been put on all goods Your visit and a closo inspection will bo well repaid Dont forget the opening Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3SgS4 3c 35 pes Fancy Calico S H DEWEESE 5 GLENDEANE KY fi No Â¬ Â¬ GEO YEAKEL KY- CO BRANDENBURG ANOTHER BIG CUT AT THE Theory Here Â¬ GREAT BARGAIN 3c pes Irish Lawns v STORE 3c Nice Plain Hemstitch Â¬ ed Handkerchief worth 8c 3c Full size Scrub Brush worth loc Â¬ Â¬ worth 6c worth 5c 59c 55 13c 1 298 Emersons Celebtated Shoes worth ti 50 60 prs a 125 00 quality prs Indies Opera Tip Shoes box of Baby Shoes Shoes Mens Fine Â¬ Â¬ 79c Big Deal In Blankets Nice one at 79c 5c For 3 One pint tin Cups Big Remnant Sate this week Mason Fruit Jsrs at 45c 10c Lsdles Linen Collirs all styles 24c Cents nice cool Undershirt worth iK 25c Blr lot nice Jelly Giants sjc doien New Stock of CARPETS Â¬ hlta 750 Prince Albert Suits reduced from J 1000 10 5c doz Spools 5c Celluloid Collars all styles 10c All Silk Ties worth tjc Knmine Sjllt all colors Â¬ 48c Lot of Ladies Pine Umbrellas worth 1 100 25c Choice of alt our joe nd 75c Mens btraw lists 49c Ladies Shirt Wsltts were sold at 1 1 00 Wanted Your Country Pro duce at Highest Market Price Â¬ Â¬ THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Lung Troubles aad Consumption Can be Cured An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Makes a Free Offer to Our Â¬ Public Speaklaf Â¬ SllrIrllP Readers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Purely Vegetable anrfi a Tho distinguished New York chemist T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ ery oi a reliable and absoluto cure for Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis and all bronchial throat lung and chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal affections general decline and weakness loss o flesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ ing away will send THREE FREE DOT TLES all different of his Now Discov- Â¬ eries to any afflicted reader of tho Beeck KUtiSi LLVlLLb KY bnbidoe News writing for them His New Scientific Treatment has cured thousands permanently by ita Four Courses Endowed timely use and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity Nine Schools Streg Faay to donate a trial ot his infallible cure Science daily develops new wonders Thwragti and this great chomist patiently experi Â¬ menting for years has produced results as beneficial to humanity aa can bo claimed by any modern genius His as Â¬ Send for Catalogue to W S RYLANi Tnf sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ tion are curable In any climate is proven by heartfelt lettora of gratitude filed In his American and European laborator ies in thousands from thoso cured in all parts of the world Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ chial chest and lung troubles lead to Couffuraplton which uninterrupted None but the County Surveyor to rfo your means speedy and certain death work lie Js the auihoititd Surveyor oi tee nu wpunivi is an exponencea wowntSM Simply write to T A Slocuai M O knows his business Ms is also hWc 08 Fine street New York giving pott wrltsi vm ua takes flrimnH imi offloe and express addreas and th fra Charge always MeaeeaaM medicine will he promptly goat Buffer era suouki mk instant advantage m nut generous proposition Fiaata toll the Doctor that you aaw COUNTY SUBYBYO his offsr in Uis Bjusckiwsjdqs Naws KABDINMUIICtKY By agreement the candidates ontho Citizens and Republican ticket for the various county offices will speak at the following times and places Rockvale Thursday September 23 lsalltown lriday September 24 Oloverport Saturday September 25 McQnady Monday September 27 Speakfrg to begin at 1 oclock Mike Miucn O D O O R II MoMullen O P T O O Allen R Kinchkloe 0 R OO t Ittltjl tHtl a YOU SHOULD EMPLOY j I Hrr CHINTZ ROYALTY