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TjSir Iwf s r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS KIT TO PRINT VOL XXII CLOVEKPOKT present he does not appronena any danger Board of health report Total yellow fovcr cases to date 07 now crses 10 now under treatment 60 total number of deaths to date 4 Improving at Cairo Cairo Ills Sept 27 Tho yollow fvcr scare is dying out hero Tho torn peraturo of all tho cases on tho government dredgo boat Alpha is normal Thoso cases in tho marino hospital will bo discharged tomorrow and that in St Garys hospital has already been dis Â¬ charged as welL AFFAIRS JUIner AT HAZLETON Nearly All Hack but Are Orcc-iilng- KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1897 government rrorcos isiearcttr areas American interests are threatened The town of Qucsaltonango of whioh Mr Lord speaks Ilea about 75 miles inland so that it is hardly possible for our government to extend any relief in the way of a naval forco Tho Unitod States steamer Alert is now on her way from San Francisco to Ocas which town was captured by the revolution When sho ists about a weok ago reaches that point sho will afford a ref uge to any Americans who may bo en dangered Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NO ll A SMALL Royal make tbe food par wholejom and dtllcloM DECREASE In Pgj3jrfy igggysg the Number of Yellow Fever Victims a rx nr j 5 lv v i - I ii G For Another Strike Hazleton Pa Sept 27 Nothing new developed yesterday in tho striko IMPROVEMENT AT MOBILE regioil and tho day passed quietly Nearly all the collieries have resumed General Gobin and his staff rodo to Andenricd in tho afternoon and in tho Several New Cases But Very Few evening the Ninth regiment gave a dress parade It is announced at head Deaths Scare Dying Out quarters that tho Fourth regiment is to The Fourth bo withdrawn tomorrow at Cairo is stationed at Drlfton A conference will bo held tomorrow to decide on tho withdrawal of other troops A mooting of minors was held at New Orleans Sopt 27 The yellow Frcoland yesterday at which soveral fovcr situation shows somo improve prominent labor loaders including Genment for only 15 now cases havo boon eral Organizer Fahey of tho United recorded by the board of health daring Mino Workers wore present Tho tho past 24 hours and there havo been meeting was hold behind closed doors It is no deaths since lost Friday All the and nothing was given out known however that miners sick aro doing well and no ono is in im- being moro thoroughly thoorganized aro so mediate danger of dissolution Tho that in tho event of another striko they now casos aro as follows will have a leader and organization E Tonia 1200 St Andrew street A gang of toughs broke into Squire G G MoHardy Pino and Maple Robinsons office at Andenriod and demolished considerable furniture Later A Goldman 2227 Baronue tho residence of Mino Superintendent Lou Lawler 008 Socoud Gomer Jones was stoned Robinson Michael Dwyer 021 First refused to issue a warrant for Foreman James Gray 628 Esplanado Jones arrest soveral wcoks ago Peroyand Susie Mattsou 2411 Con- this is supposed to be tho causo of and tho stance laid made on his ofllco Bronson 1120 JEALOUS LOVERS DEED Andrew and Miss Pizzo and a servant at 1201 Poydrds lie Shoot and Kill III Sweetheart While Arthur J Blake 2018 Camp She I En Itoute to School Emma Scblosscher Baronno and Poy Gas City Ind Sopt 25 A terrible dras murder was committed yesterday morn Mrs W II Williams 1G58 Camp ing at 8 oclock about 10 miles northeast stroot of this city Thursday Noah Johnson The now oases are as usual scattered aged 22 and Miss Tacy Mang 10 in Tho most prominent among them aro company with another conplo wero out Mr MoHardy a wealthy insurance carriage riding Johnson and Miss man and Mrs Williams wifo of Gen Â¬ eral W H Williams a well known Mang had been lovers for over two newspaper man There are now four years but Miss Mang paid moro attencases in the Williams rosldonco but tion to tho other gentleman occupant of they aro all reported to be doing well tho carriago than to Johnson This inE Toma is a brother of the man who censed him and Miss Mang slapped him died of yollow f over last week and lives on the mouth In tho same premises A number of Johnson brooded over tho affair all children aro among tho new cases night and yostorday morning waylaid Prof ossor Motz has a largo number of Miss Mang on her way to school She Formaldehyde generators now k work was accompanied by two schoolmates Yesterday he bnrned in tho street tho Johnson slipped up behind them and bodclothing and other artiolea in the without a word blow out his sweehouse where the man Serres died on thearts brains Ho immediately ran Constance street the clothing first hav Â¬ taking across fields to this city covering been subjected to Formaldehyde ing the distance in a little- over an hoar disinfection Some discomfort and loss and gave himself up to tho authorities is being suffered by tho poorer classes who immediately hurried him off to whose effects-- have to be bnrned but Marion to jail Fears are entertained Professor Metz said that ho was hopeful cf an attotnptcd lynching as a mob was of gotting tho city to make an appropri- Â¬ quickly organized ana started in puration to cover just such cases of distress suit Ho may havo to be romoved from Professor Motz has placed these gener- Â¬ tho Marion jail to escape the mob ators at tho railroad depots and bnggago Johnson persists that he did the right is being promptly and thoroughly disin- Â¬ thing in kKliiig the girl fected before it is put on trains NO EVIDENCE OF VIOLENCE Tho local charity organization is tak Â¬ ing steps to relieve all cases of destituAn Kx Uank Teller of Buffalo nleJ Out tion that are presented Tho board of of the ChlcoEo Hirer health supplios medicines and tho charChicago Sept 27 The dead body of ity hospital physicians and the charity organization will try to provide food Edward Hill of Buffalo was taken from the Chicago river yesterday There for tho poorer classes Mrs A McOubbage died yesterday was no mark on the body to indicate morning in Ocean Springs of yollow violence It is believed Hill either fell fever Sho had been sick for soveral off tho dock into tho river or tumbled days and her caso had already been re- overboard from some boat from Buffalo ported There have boon no now cases as it entered the river at Ocean Springs Hill was a member of a well known and wealthy family of Buffalo and was SITUATION AT EDWARDS formerly paying teller of tho Ellicctt One Death and Twenty Three New Cae Squaro bank of that city Ho disappeared Officially lleporcetl a week ago with 2000 of the banks Edwards Miss Sept 27 During money Half of this amount Hill sub past Si hours there has been one sequently returned to the bank and hU tho death from yollow fever and 23 new brother mado good the balance The cases reported The death was that of bank authorities had not asked for his Mr S S Noblin The new cases were arrest as thoy had suffered no loss as follows BOILER SAWMILL EXPLODES Whites Mrs Levy Maiy Saglor Three Men Killed Ten Injured and the Mrs Drumgolo Mr Duke Askow CarStill Totally Wrecked oline Brown Mrs Sadie Martin Leo Louisville Sept 24 A special to Martin Estis Harris Eva Harris Mrs The Post from Owensboro Kysays Ethel Orlster Dr W M Champion The sawmill boiler of E G Dex Mrs S A Harris Mrs W H Harris threo miles from Livermoro blow up Wavorly Birdsong Mrs J B Graves Throo men wero killed and Mrs Pavenkott G W Barber and a yostcrday 10 injured Cold wator run into the little daughter of J Boxtpl boiler caused tho acoident The mill Colored Alf Beard Willie Brown Annie Maxlo Rosa Sweegerand Sammie was totally wrecked Thomas John Goodwin and Henry Salee are A now case dovoloped at Champion tho names of two of tho men killed but hill that of Dr William Champion and tho other names could not be learned the case is a serious ono Another case as Livermoro is 15 miles fiom here and ia reported at Qaecushill Both are iso is not reached by telegraph or telophona lated Tho accidont lines from A fow more strides and tho fover will was n terribleOwensborocaused great exono and havo stricken tho eutiro town of Ed- citement iu tho neighborhood where it wards Mr Ethel Orister our only occurred druggist was taken yesterday and Dr Chicken Thief Shot Hunter of tho stato board has boon wired for another druggist immune Siielhyville Ind Sept 25 About from tho disease Only throo or four midnight John McDonald heard cbiok cases aro considered serious and these en thieves in his hennery With his aro receiving tho best of attention at the revolver ho approaohed tho hennery hands of experienced nurses when ho was knocked down from tho FAVORABLE rear by one of tho thieves Jumping AT MOBILE foot McDonald fired at the man Vive New Cue and No Death and Only to his who screamed and with hs compan Twenty One Under Treatment ions disappeared In the morning Mobile Sept 27 The returns at tho pool of blood was found somo distance board of health office for the past 24 from tho houso where the woundod man hours show flvo now cases and no had boen placod while his confederate procured a conveyance in which to re deaths with two patients discharged move him This leaves 21 under treatment Inilletment roltow trlit Fight So favorable a report was not looked Anderson Ind Sept 24 The grand for by many for tho weather has turned warm again and tho increaso in jury concluded its special tesiion yes number of cases the previous two days terday roturning indictment against seemed a prelude to a serious turn of the participants from principal to tho outbreak There is however no backers iu tho prize fight at Alexandria Kid Heunei a month ago in whioh actual change for tho worse fey of Qhlcago knocked out Georgj Tho flvo new casos aro Brother Â¬ Robinson of Toledo O in six round Symphorian Mrs John Christie AlexRobipson has been placed under arrest ander Sellers Mrs Matthews and Mr and others will fare likewise just at Alma Ohrlss ft The deaths so far show a ratio of 14 toon as the officers can get their band on them Among those who are in percent The caso of Brother Symphorian of the dieted are several tociety leaders who CatboVo sohool and orphan asylum is have left town on pressing business en the first on that street There lias not gageraents a boen any case in the school bofore but Well Known Org aaUt Dead several cases in tho vicinity Tho isolaSept 27 Michael Philadelphia tion of the siok is complete tho In whose name for traary being detached from the sohool II Cross 80the organist been inseparably years has the last connected with the development of good Caln at Hlloil muiio in Philadelphia died yesterday Bcloxi Mii Sept 27 Tho condi at his home is this city from heart dis tio of affair hore is very changed ease He leaves a widow and one ton from what it has been for the pact sev Â¬ eral days Tfcwe are a vary few oaaea HtUK Hist for It reported p to thU time and the tick No Madam we eattt take back that with few --xoepfctona data well Yon have worn it Mr Edward Bonadlot of The Baric U waist What If I haver Tou adwttaad it critically ill with the reported m Detroit Free oluutfMbW aUfc fever Dr Grant lenorta Mayor How tu M being s aeh uaprovwl aad at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LANDING GOODS FROM SCOWS AT SKAGGUAY UNGLE SAMUEL Creates a Sensation Spanish Capitol at the U S MINISTER WOODFORD learns that during tfto accent visit of Emperor William to Budapest Emper or Francis Joseph and the German emperor discussed the interference of the United States in the affairs of Spain the Austrian emperor pointing out the serious embarrassment which this interference had caused tho queen ro gent and tho govcrnmcutiof Spain Probably Ger Tho Ganlois adds many and Austria will db all iu their vow cr to prevent tho situation becoming embittered although unwilling to interpose too directly Similar views Of GoldThis Time Within Our aro said to havo been exchanged between Franco and Russia so if the ocOwn Borders and casion arises the European powers respeoing the feelings of indewhile pendence of both countries will find themselves in agreement in insisting that a policy of conciliation and peace THE RICHEST EVER MADE must prevail Â¬ ANOTHER BIG FIND Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Siieuiyville Ind Sept 23 Tho town of Flat Rock this county was thrown into a furoro yesterday by tho report that at about 7 oclock Wesley Kading a well known and wealthy citizen aged 07 had shot and killed his wifo and then placing his revolver to his head fired a bullet into his own brain He is alive but can not ro cover Nading was of a despondent nataro and at times would become temporarily deranged ou which occasions ho would grow jealous of his estimablo wife nnd threaten her life One of theso spells is supposed to havo overcome him yesterday Nading was wealthy and was engaged in tho grain business They were the parents of two children Cut III Throat In a Hotel GrtEKNCARTLEInd Sopt 25 Gcorgo Foster of Liverpool England was found dead in his room at the Belknap hotel Ha had killed himself by cutting his throat from car to ear Foster arrivod on the steamship Umbria ou Sunday last and camo here on Wednesday at midnight Foster is about 27 years old and genteel iu appearance Ho left the address of a brother William Foster of Clifton A T Lynoher Not Indicted OQ00D Ind Sept 25 The grand jury at Versailles which has been in session soveral days adjourned without finding any indictments against the lynchers of the Levi gang of robbers Mrs Lulu Jennings accused of receiv ing stolen gcods was also discharged from custody Â¬ Â¬ DESPONDENT HUSBANDS DEED He Slajr III Wife and Send a Mullet Into ill Own Ilraln IT POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL RAJtmQ KNrDCn COM MW VOAK CONDENSED NEW A Collection of Interesting Item on Vari Â¬ Imperially Jrepared For ous Subject the llMty Header There li a butter famine throughout northern Indiana on account of the dry pastures Tho numo ot the postofllco at Roaring Creek Randolph county WVa has been changed to Fisher West Tennessee Is in the inldat of the most reuiarknblo drouth eer known to tho oldest inhabitant A blight earthquake nhook was felt throughout Maine Saturday afternoon No damage was done A postofilce has been established at Dorr Monroe county W Va with Sam uel W Dean as pojtnmster Diphtheria at Limn O has closed the public schools churches and nil public gatherings including the opera houses J L Kundwer for many years a prominent merchant of Kostorla O suicided by shooting himself in the head in his hay Â¬ Â¬ mow Weyler Claim a SjianWh Victory- 27 Arrives fladrid and the Spanish made hero and is being generally cir- Enough Gold In and Near Mt Baker culated that the Spanish troops in Newspapers arc Guessing What to Keep Prospectors Busy Cuba have recaptured Victoria do las Tunas which was takeii by the insur the Result Will De For Ten Years gents under Calixto Garcia and Jesus In Â¬ Madrid Sept Tho declaration is Ky Sept 24 Miss Mattie Bradshaw of Crcelsboro fell over a ollff 100 feet in height and for some time it was thought she was dead The doctors report her chances are good for recovery Lei Urokcn by a Mule Girl MiDDLEiiuna Tearful Vail Rabi on Sept t5 i Sept 27 Tho nrrival of United States Minister Woodford from San Sebastian has mado a sensation The program of tho United States has been ascertained This docs not con templato a declaration of war if Spain rejeots mediation but according to report an ostentatious proclamation to the world of disapproval of the Cu- Â¬ ban regime by suspending diplomatio relations with Spain and withdrawing tho United States minister General Woodford has declined to bo iuterviowed on the subject further than to say that his conference with tho Duke of Tetuau tho foreign min- Â¬ ister was of tho most satisfactory character Tho unexpected bitterness of tho press and of publics opinion has painfully impressed him bnt he hopes this will soon bo allayed as ho believes his mission favorable to Spanish inter ests and can not comprehend that Spain could rejoct mediation dosigned to end an impoverishing war He has not named a timo at which tho war must be terminated but ho hopes as tho re Â¬ sult of his tenders that it will bo ended quickly Ho believes tho war is inflicting incalculable loss upon tho United States and that it is impossiblo to pro vent the organization of filibustering expeditions Unusual measures were taken to pro tect Minister Woodford on his journoy from San Sebastian to this city bnt tho trip was quite uneventful A party of gendarmes commanded bv a guarded the Southern1 express on which ho was a passenger Secret police were posted at tho station and tho prefect of police was in waiting to escort him to his hotel Tho drive through tho streets was marked by no special incident though several people saluted him receiving a bow in return Some comment has been caused by the fact that Minister Woodfords fam Â¬ ily has not accompanied him but re mains bohind the French frontier Minister Woodford explains that his party is a large ono requiring a commodious homo and profers spending a pleasant October at Bia ritz until a suitable residence can be secured here The legation can not be used as a residence General Woodford has already engaged a box at the royal opera house Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Madrid EXPLOSION AT MINE Eight Ilorte Illown to pi ece and Much Other Property Destroyed English Ind Sept 24 An incen diary applied tho torch to the establishment of the Mackey Georgo Lumber and Miniug company at St-- Croix dur ing the night Oyer 200 poundajaf dyn J amiteand 100 pounds at powder were stored in tho warehouse The stable contained eight horses The explosion resulting from the fire completely destroyed all of tho build ings the horses being blown into frag nionts and scattered in every direction ll is claimed that ono hostler sleeping in the stable was also killed Tho force of the explosion tore down many yards of thn cliff which stands 60 feet high alongside the Leavenworth and Prince load blockading tho passage EXPLOSION AT A FIRE Two Men Killed and Seren Other Injured Two Serlonily 0 Sept 24 Firo yes afternoon destroyed P F Browus stables and W E Beardsley drugstore An explosion of drugs in the drugstore caused tho death of Mr Beardsloy who was in tho store trying to savo his property After the oxplo sion Thomas Higgius rushod in to rescue Mr Beardsley who was his brother-in-law and perished in tho attempt Sevcu other wero injured from fall ing buildings none seriously except Albert Frey and Homer Hnling The fire was started by boys playing with matches in Brown s barn Every houso on tho square except two was destroyed The Methodist church seven business houses with contents threo dwellings and several unoccupied bus iness houses are in ashes Loss 05000 insurance light Ohillicothe and Waverly fire depart ments sent aid but it arrived after the fire had destroyed the entire square BAiSDniDOE tcrday Â¬ Â¬ Two Sly Maiden ENGLISH VIEW It Would lie a Crime to Longer Prolong the War AN He is always tolling mo how rap Idly his business is growing I know a hotter sign titan that Jack uevcr calls without asking all about Harlem Life papas business soon FASTEST TIME ACROSS THE ATLANTIC The Steamer KaUer Wllhelm Der Oruiie IKat All Other llecord I think Tom is going to propose roer Â¬ New Yokk Sept 27 The steamer Kalsor Wihelm Der Grosse the latest acquisition to the large fleot of the North German Lloyd Steamship com- pany arrived last night at quarantine at 10 oclock ou her maiden voyage making the passage from Southampton to New York iu S days 23 hours and 45 dVillonlties minute the fastost voyago on record Were tho government to proposo the The Kaiser Wilholm Der Grossois abandonment of Cuba iu cold blood it 048 feet long 00 feet beam and 43 feet would simply mean handing over the deep and of 1 1000 tous burden and 80 country to Don Carlos so tho govern000 liorso power On this voyago with ment proposes to employ America ai a steam pressure of 160 pounds and 77 thesurgooii to do the necessary amputa revolutloiw of her scrows she developed tion which will alone prevent the Cu a speed of 22 knots Sho was built at ban gaugrono from spreading to the Stettin Germany by the Vulcan Ship lest of the body politic and Engne Ship Building company After detailing Spains iniquities in Sho is schooner riggod has four funnels Cuba the Spectator continues Her enginos are of and twin scrows To prolong the war would bo a the triple expansion pattern On a and it America chooses to stop consumption of 600 tons of coal per crime these hideous cruelties all Englishmen day she developed a speed of 23 knots should applaud and refuse to inquire per hour She is commanded by Caploc narrowly into the reason which in tain II Englebart Auenced her statesmen iu puttng prei sure upon Spain Referring to tho objootlon of patriotic Americans to the admiInn into the union of Cuban and Hawaiian itatei and the consequent olection of senators by degraded populations The Spectator ear Amerioas duty is to stop tho long agony of Cuba and if her constriction admits of ho doing so safely tho sooner iht amends her constitution to that she can hold her new acquisitions on a dif ferent foot g the better for her and for humanity Â¬ Â¬ London Sept 27 The Spectator accopting as a fact tho report that the United States hai admonished Spain finds it difiioult to thick war can be avoided adding Apart from tho fact that pride and ignorance of the consequences bid Spain defy tho United States war is probably considered to be the best way out of the I Seattif Wash Sopt 27 Tho authoutic uows concerning Washing- Â¬ tons now Eldorado near Mount Baker and how to got thoro is brought to Seat tlo by E W Saportas president of the information and registry who with Frank Crydo nnd Gus Wagner oxpori enccd miners of Dawson City went to the scene of tho latest oxcitomcut last Saturday According to Mr Saportas tho route is passablo and not very diff- Â¬ icult until within fivo miles of tho find Tho last flvo miles however present obstacles that would forover discourage auyono not an experienced prcapoctor and mountaineer Thoro is in Mount heights Baker and its surrounding enough gold says Mr Saportas to keep prospectors busy for tho next 10 years In samples of oro that were brought back by tho informant Mr Bogardus the assaycr y a cursory inspection de- Â¬ clared that free gold existed iu excood iufely good quantities Imot many men continued Mr Saportas who camu from Mount Tomohoy and thoy all reiterated tho stories concerning tho great striko of 10000 to tho ton mado in Bear mountain in Tomohoy and several others have found oro equal to tho discovery in Bear mountain A special coi respondent of the Even Â¬ ing Times sends word ftom Snmmas as follows Tho gold discoveries in tho mountains of Whatcom county aro boyond any doubt tho richest iu the annals of the Paclflo coast or evon in Alaska So eay tho most experienced prospectors whom I havo just accompanied to the sceno of tho recent finds Tho recent llnd is iu Bald mountain situated in tho northeast portion of Whatcom county northeast of Mount Baker Tho mineral rango runs north Â¬ west and southeast and today is located for 80 miles Thoro is no telling how much further it extends The voin in tho flvo claims Lone Sidney Lulu Jak Bonnio three Ave and Whist Â¬ varies from to feet in thickness It runs under a layer of porphyry ledge in a serpentine mrnner and aur iferous shale appears iu tho lodge It is free milling quartz of snga and rose color carrying copper and silver Tho vein cau bo traced half a mllo Tho cropping is uuder solid poihyry The gold is known as wiro gold and can bo scon with tho naked eye and picked out with the Augers That great quantities of it exist thero is no doubt The formation of tho rango in which the find is located does not look to be very rich iu minerals If thero is any placer mining it has not as yet been demonstrated to bo a paying proposition Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fit Ky Sept 24 While handling mules Johubon Price one of the wealthiest fanners of Garrard wai trampled down and his left leg broken Lancaster expedition in placing tho cruiser Balti more in active scrvico upon the arrival of tho Philadelphia from Hawaii Acting Secretary Roosovolt lias directed that 100 men bo transferred from Now York to Maro Island Although tho orders to tho Philadel Â¬ phia to return homo contain a proviso that sho shall not leave Honolulu until Rear Admiral Miller is certain tho Japanese cruiser Kaniwa lias started for Japan tho navy department officials boliovo tho Naulwa has already left Hawaii Tho Wheeling it is believed will -each Hawaii iu 13 days so that the Philadelphia will bo iu Californian waters in 15 days or about Oot 8 pro- Â¬ vided the Kaniwa has gone Twenty four hours will probably bo allowed for tho tiansfer of olllcers and men to tho Baltimore and six days later or nbout Oct 15 a modern Amoricun cruis er in splendid conditon will bo in Honolulu where she can remain for three yars if necessary In tho meantimo it is proposed to keep the battleship Oregon at San Fran- Â¬ cisco ready to start for Hawaii tho moment danger is reportod Tho authorities have no doubt from official information that Japan is send ing soldiers to tho island who upon the appearance of a seomingly good opportunity are to mako an attempt to overtlirow tho Dolo government Tho instructions to Rear Adminl Miller require him iu such an emer gency to hoist tho American flag and land sailors and marines One of tho vessels would then bo immediately Ms patched to tho Unitod States for further assistance Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LOOKINQ FOR TROUBLE Jinpait llelleved to lie I aiullnc Soldier In Ilawnll Washington Sept 27 As an aid to Six business houses of Hurricane W Va were entered by burglars in one night but very little was secured by the robbers Frank E Dudult Jr and Frank Shoe man tobacco dealers of Portsmouth O havo been indicted for selling cigarettes and tobacco to minors Tho Hendricks county grand Jury at Danville Ind did not believe the story told by Convict Bancy and Rev Hlnshaw tuiibt remain in prison It is reported on tho highest authority that Baron Edward Otbson Ashbourne lord chancellor of Ireland will soon suc- Â¬ ceed the Karl of Aberdeen as governor general of Canada Tho grand jury at Campton Ky 1ms returned indictments ngainst R S and B D Rose who killed Jnku Wlreman and John Slay last summer on charges of mur- Â¬ der In tho first degree Crime and Caiualtle Edward Bubo son of Amos Bubo of hllo riding a fractious horse Forest O was thrown and killed Willntm Coulehan a brnkeman on the Cleveland Terminal and Valley railway was knocked from his train at Akron O and fatally injured While playing in a burn west of Butler daughter of Benjamin Ind the Stelner was pushed out of an open win dow aud received injuries which proved fatal Leonard Welssinger aged 0 years was plajlng In a field whero his father was burning straw and ploughing near Sid- Â¬ ney O when his clothing caught lira ind he was burned to death Miss Dora Bauer of Wheelersburg O pras fatally burned by her skirts Igniting iivm fire In n bto o Her clothing was 1 moat completely burned off beforo the flames were extinguished The decomposed remains of an unknown cyclist was found Saturday near th road side a jsbort distance from Hlnklevllle Ky The remains were those of ajourg man Ills wheel was lying where tho body was found The bodies of Arthur W May aged St years aud Miss Cora KHsemau aged 18 years both of Shamokln Pa were found lu the blacksmith shop of Joseph Hmlnk at that place May had shot his sweet Â¬ heart and thtui blew out his own brains Their purents objected to their wedding Â¬ Â¬ BUCK KILGOKb UEAD The Federal Judge and Kx Congreunam From Texa OUR INTERESTS In THREATENED I The Itevolutlou Guatemala lrorlnj Â¬ to lie Quite Serloua Washington Sept 27 The gravity ot the existing insurrection iu Guate mala is exhibited iu tho following telegram just receivod at tho stato depart ment from Sam T Lord aotlng United States consular agent dated atQuesalto nangot I left Champerieo Â¬ altonaiigo Obliged to protect Ameri Â¬ can interests Communication with the Guatemalan capital is interrupted The city of Qnesaltenango ha been un Â¬ der firo and bombarded for 24 hours and is now iu tho hands of tho opposi Â¬ Bombardment bv tho tion ceiieral and am in Quo S33SsBErMSS4S44S Going to Build or Repair Write Louisville Ky For Prices on Lumber Doors Sash and They Blinds Shingles Steel Roofing Will save you mpney Â¬ J P Will CO ft AUSTRIA AND GERMANYS VIEWS ba They Will Try FARM lag la Cabas AValr Set 7 Proeat AayXitrva TUOMJotaarU row j wd in f Mtwad Akdmore I T Sept 24 United States Judge Constantino Buckley Kit gore ex congrcssman from Texas died here at 1 10 yesterday afternoon after a short illness Ho began sinking in the morning Ho regained consciousness at noon and after calling his wife and childron to his bedsido and kissing The them died almost immediately body being taken to Willis Point Tcx for burial Mr Kilgore was born in Kowman Ga Feb 20 1838 In 1840 ho removed with his pareuts to Rusk county Tex whero ho received a common school education Ho served in tho Confederate army first as private and by successive promotions reached tho grade of adju tant general serving as such in Ectors brigade Army of the Tonnosseo Ho was wounded at Chickamauga and in 1804 was confined as a prisoner iu Fort Delaware He was admitted to tho bar aftor tho ivar and in 1875 Was a momber of tho He Texas constitutional convention was a presidential oleotor in 1880 on the Hancock and English ticket aud in 1854 was elected to tho stato sonate for four years and in tho following year was chosen president of that body for two oars Ho was electod to tho Fiftieth Fifty first and Fifty second congresses ai a Democrat Tl oLlte tiared by m Dor Alliance O Sept 24 Tho Rastqt ter building occupied by the proprietor as a residonco and saloon and the Tol- erton building adjoining occupied by McDonald plumbers and Mrs Ellis Ami Cain dressmaker were destroyed by fire yesterday moralng Low 3 000 partially covered by Insurance ex cept Ellis MoDetMhL uninsured But for their dog jumping on the bed and biting them until he awakeqed Rastetter and hia wife would have boa burned to death Caught la a Clever Kaller Lancastkh Ky Sept 8k Jmsm Speeki vu MMht ia a clover Md hftiltr ud a4 Ui rigM Mkl Woke Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Labor Tho coal miners of Warrick and Van derburg counties in Indiana have asked for an advance ot 6 cents and threaten to etrlke If it is not granted A general htrlke Is ou among tho miners employed lu the four mines of the Simp ou Watklns company north of Sornn ton Pa About 1400 men aro out and the striko may assume moro vicious proÂ¬ portions if the present feeling of unn and tliksatisfactlon kpreads among the for- Â¬ eign element iu the Uppur Lackawanna vallry Failures The Mnrtlnsburg Improvement Loan anil lmUdlng association of Martlnabursj W Va has failed with a loss to stock Â¬ holders ufisocoo A receiver has boen appointed for the Duquesno tube works at Duquosne P- Interest has not In en paid on an outstanding mortgage of flCOOOO Â¬ Fire The livery barn of S S Mugrage at O was destroyed by Kewcoruentown fire Hlx head ot horses perished The large tamarack swamps southwest of Lagrange Ind are on fire and threat- Â¬ en the homes of a large number of farmers B Stone of Chllllcothe O has been appointed as consul to Huddcrsfleld JudgoF Icronal England JnnifM M Plummer tho veteran school- teacher of Klwood Ind has retired after t year service i i Major Kilward I Merrill Dead Mo Sept 27 Major Fauvushtom Edward I Merrill died yesterday after noon after au illness of several mouths aged 70 years He was assistant secre tary of tho waya aud means committee in the national house of representatives He was quite well fcuown In Washing ton having been assistant librarian m tho house of representatives aud seors taryof the government printing ottite A Child IH Â¬ Â¬ or Grief Sept- - J7 Virgie died very wmtdtaly Evansyillk Ind May 0 year Her slater old rweatedly Myisurt Mr Httle Vif MKLMiaiV P Brown W alua wMted to die 81m eontUMd tkt antil yeaterday wheat be wu to tail seiaed at a apMtn and dUd Her Ut k ilWnfc ii1 fcy phytic m to 6 yew old Tnaces Krieved tuowMantly over ike de4k of mn jwsrmwiiw w ri 31 2 Breckenridge Jns D It V News 20 1897 0 BtMtgi i Edltori ud PreprUtn WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER SIX PAGES Announcements f V acceptance for State Senator of the nomination tendered him by the Republicans ol the Tenth Senatorial District composed of the counties of Election Itrccketirldgo Hancock and Meade Nottmber 1897 O ITE ore authorized to announce R M olly Smith to announce are the Iopullit WE aatheauthorized candidate forItthe State Sen Tenth Senatorial DUtrict composed ala from of the counties of Dreckenrlcge Maade Election Norember 1897 Hancock and JUDGE LYNCH Holds Court in Staid Old HanÂ¬ cock and a RAVISHER STRETCHES HEMP Raymond Bushrod Pays the Penalty for Assaulting a Helpless Olrl With His Life The Crime Special Hawesville Ky Sept 25 A mob is looking for a negro brute near 1ctrie in this county and death by violence may be bis fate before the dawn of Sunday The negro whose name is unknown assultod and out raged this afternoon Miss Maggie Roberts aged eixteen years who was on her way to the station Bays the Courier Journal The negro was arrested shortly after midnight and was brought to the jail here He has made a partial confession and has also been identified by his vic- Â¬ tim He was brought here by a posse A crowd of abont fifty people remained in town until about 2 a m but the main body of farmers was expected to arrive at any moment The Jailer called all the officers together and they remained in the Court houso to defend themselves as best they could should the mob ar rive Judge Adair reached the Courthouse at 230 a m and hall the negro removed to a place of safety Where he was taken to only the officers know He will be removed from the county by the first train Miss Roberts was beaten with an iron coupling pin The negro leit her for dead and escaped The girl revived and with difficulty made her way to the home of her parents where she told her story The father of Miss Roberta at once aroused the neighborhood and a search was begun The negro was run into a Roberts then thicket and surrounded came to this city three miles from le trie and formed a Sheriff posse Every horse and weapon to be found were brought into service and a formidable body of men set out in the direction of Â¬ Â¬ I I js taaKLaf the jail and got tho negro outbut he mistook their motive and held back thinking tho officers wore part of tho mob Tho hesitation cost him his life The mob soon saw through the scheme and came swiftly to the jail The Shor ids men stepped aside and the guilty trembling wretch was taken to the court square asked the What have you to say leader I am tho man said tho wretch and this is my third offense Rope rope shouted half a thou Â¬ sand Heres a rope said one said Give tho man time to pray Benjamin Roberts the father of tho outraged girl Tho negro then prayed and confessed several times The rope was put around his neck and several men climbed a tree next to the fence threw the rope across a limb and everybody made for it In an instant Hancock countys only tav lBher was suspended between earth and Heaven and half a dozen strong men were pulling down on his legs He died quickly Raymond Bushrod the victim of to Â¬ days proceedings is twenty years old and a native of Rockport Ind A few months ago he was arrested here for stealing and was only released a few days ago He was driven out of town yesterday and while on his way home overtook his victim lie came to his death exactly at the same hour to day that ho made his assault yesterday A few years ago Bushrod criminally assaulted a white girl in Rockport but nothing came of it Later ho ravished his aunt a woman over sixty years old No one here blames any officer of the city or county as a regiment could not City Marshal have stayed the work Thomas took the prisoner from the jail at 2 oclock this morning and guarded him with a strong posse in the ceme- Â¬ tery on the hill where no one would suspect the hiding place The father and friends of the negros well victim express themselves as pleased with the work Not that it helped the Buffering girl but that it may be the means of saving other homes from the blight A stranger in the city so old and bent that he could scarcely totter twirled the negros feet as the body hung from This the tree raised his hat and said is in defense of our wives and daugh Â¬ ters may God bless tho braves Tho Coroners jury rendered the fol- Â¬ lowing verdict We the jury find that the deceased came to his death from the hands of an unknown mob Â¬ wmvyssi t rHKimKioi r rB SrfTjw t THtt BRRGKHttftliDGR ftETWS OLOYERPORT Weak Lungs pr -- Wf n KY nan iiminMMdMsaaaaartfcMMawlJhillaim HARDINSBURG H BRANDENBURG L W TIME TABLE aomo PMittiger Dally arr Itardtnibttrg Ti37 am soma wait Piisantjer Dally arr Uardlnsbnrgll 55 pm hit Mr Wm Ditto is very much Indis Â¬ posed Mrs Jceso Mai In has returned to Vino Grovo- Louisville Conference Appointments Tho following is a list ofappolntments of the Louisville Conferenco for the Eliz abethtown and Owensboro Districts EUZAIIETIITOWN DISTRICT t letrie The negro is believed to have been one who was released from jail here a few days ago He was seen this after- Â¬ noon near where the crime was com- Â¬ mitted drunk and with a coupling pin in his band Miss Roberts is said to be badly in ijured and it is feared she may not re- Â¬ cover The Punishment Special Hawesville Ky Sept 20 Special Judge Lynch held a largo court here to day but there was only one case on the docket Raymond Bushrod negro aged twenty third time raviaher is in eternity sent there by the hands of an outraged community as a reward for Â¬ ft his crime When the Courier Journals correspondent left the fragmentary mob at 3 oclock this morning and the local telegraph office had closed it was evident that the rumblings and the mutterings of the people were only a iorecast of the awful storm that wai gathering from all points Never before in the history of the county had the people been so aroused as over this black and diabol- Â¬ ical crime Jails and private institutions have been blown to pieces feuds have organized and shot and killed for the game of politics yet there has never been an occurence that has caused such wild excitement as that which happened at 5 oclock this quiet Sabbath after Â¬ noon on Court square even under the shadow of the principal churches of the city Judge John Adair communicated with The Circuit Judge Owen at Owensboro Judge wired to get the negro on a train for either Owensboro or Louisvillo if poealble if not to have the Sheriff place a heavy guard about the jaii The Louis Â¬ ville train arrived here at 440 oclock and Judge Adair and the Sheriff knew they dared not get the prisoner on it Tboy then concluded to try the Owens- Â¬ boro train which arrives at 801 oclock after dark In the meantime the mob had placed spies at every road and they discovered the plot A rumor reached them that militia from Owensboro would arrive on the 440 train They placed sentinels on Lovers Leap commanding a view of the The soldiers are coming was trains the cry and then there was hurrying to and fro There was death iu the air The Sheriff by tho Judges order gave th alarm that the negro had escaped fceca Jail and 600 people rwhsd pal k11 Ajxarn 1I10 tlii lit and ocroft lilt I jbiik l purtwlt The Sharjaf icvd weUUnU robed to Presiding Elder G B Overton Eliza bethtown T O Peters Hardinsburg S K Breeding Hodgenville J W Bigham Vine Grove O F Hartford Branden Â¬ burg 0 W Heston Big Springs D F Walton Long Grove W T Davenport Falls of Rough W T Miller West Point AV A Hines McDaniel J B Gal- Â¬ loway Stephensport E A CundifT Con- Â¬ stantino W F Ford Louisville circuit SP Stiles Wolf Creek R S Shemwell Leitchfield G F CundifT South Litch Â¬ Millerstown W field J S McDaniel R Wagoner Owensboro District Presiding Elder V Elgin Settle Chap- Â¬ el G W Brigge Main street 0 F Will Â¬ iams Owensboro circuit B F Orr Yelvington B L Stubblefleld Rome J T McCormack Calhoon W F Cor bin Beech Grove E V Dowel HartÂ¬ ford Silas Newton Hawesville U G Foote Patesville Mission A E Barret Cloverport T V Joiner Ceralvo J II Richardson Lewlsport J 0 Brandon Fordsville Grant Reynolds South Car rollton R Y Thomas Livermore 0 A Alexander Roaine T F Roland Pleas- Â¬ ant Ridge M Hunter Rev Geo H Hayes formor Presiding Elder goes t Henderson District Rev S G Shelley former pastor in this city wai sent to Willson Memorial Louisville Rev E E Pate formor pastor at Bran Â¬ denburg goes to Slaughters in the Hen- Â¬ derson District GETTING READY a trying ordeal to face Every expectant mother has If sho does not get ready for it there is no tolling what may happen Child birth is full of uncertainties it Nature is not given proper assistance Is tho best help you can use at this tlmo It is a liniment and when regularly ap Â¬ plied several montlis beforo baby comes It makes tho advent easy and nearly pain Â¬ less It relieves and prevents morning sickness relaxes tho overstrained mus-Â¬ cles relieves tho distended feeling short Â¬ ens labor makes recovery rapid and cer Â¬ tain without any dangerous after effects Mothers Friend is good for only one purpose viz to relieve motherhood of danger and pain One dollar per bottle at all drug stores or sent by express on receipt o price ralaabta Inform Thm Boons contain Mob for women will Im Mat to any ad4raa eyea apaWMllou to THK WIAWIBLD RaXKILATOK CO Mrs M G Reid is visiting friends in Now Albany Miss Lide Powell will return from Irish potatoes 80 cts per bushel Kansas this week Tho tomato crop is short in this town Mrs D S Richardeon visited friends Judge McBcath was in town last Fri Â¬ in Louisville last week day Bro Phillip Jenkins preached two Go to Witts for your drugs and medi Â¬ good sermons last Sunday cines D M Duncan was in Clovorport last Tho candidates quit speaking this Saturday to hear the speeches wcok Bro Philip Jenkins was the guest last Give us your advertising Try tho Sunday of Mr and Mrs AV D Howard local column We extend warm congratulations to Miss LaFayette LaHeist on this her bri Â¬ Hon George W Jolly Owensboro dal day was here last Sunday Mrs Estel Sutton Misses Annie and Lzzie Nevitt of of Louisville Is visiting here this week Woodland visited Mrs R II Nevitt last Tite Hardinsburg correspondent am week still kicking thank you Mrs Wm Rhodes we regret to state Mrs Mary Akin of Texas is visiting is Buffering again and was quite ill last week her relatives here this week Misses Maydee Â¬ Pusey and Lido Rev Hunt began a revival at tho BapHaynes will return today Monday from tist church last Sunday night A large crowd turned out to the Clo- Â¬ New Albany Father Carrol came last Sunday to see verport speaking last Saturday Mrs Rhodes and held early mass Mon- Â¬ Miss Eva Heston went to Glendeane day morning last week to visit Miss Irene Board Brandenburg Normal opened with a John Hoben and his family spent last hundred and twenty odd pupils with Sunday with friends In the country more to come Mr Junius Marshal is building a new Mrs Geo Frymire spent last week addition to his residence in the country with her parents Judge J F Woolfolk Matthias Miller visited his and wife at Meade Springs J E Monarch at Owensboro last week col- Â¬ Editors with Do You Know A X Kincheloes little child which umns had better watch out after that has been ill for somo time is improving sensation at Frankfort last week slowly Jim Bondurant Is expected this week Put it in the Hardinsburg column and from Morrjanfleld He will not return everybody will hear of It for ten miles and we are glad to have him back around Tho young gentlemen of New Albany Bozarth and Buchannan are to begin a gayo a dance last Friday evening in hon- Â¬ revival at Pleasant Grovo church in a or of Misses Lida Haynes and Maydee short time Pusey Miss Bottie Haswell came up from I have pupils in my music class whom Cloverport Inst Saturday to visit her I hope to see pass to a conservatory or a grandmother professorship but its mean hard work We are ready to giye you bottom fig to get ready ures on farming implements Beard Misses lone Dowden and Ada Brown Co Dillon are back from the city with beauties in It will pay tho Hardinsburg merchants the millinery lino loves of hats and to advertise their wares Lots of trade bonnets galore slipping away to Cloveport Mrs Franklin Ditto and Mrs D W Remember that you can buy all kinds Farleigh came down from Louisville last of patent medicines and drugs of every week to see Mr Franklin Ditto who is description from 0 A Witt still quite ill We are still in the market with Disc If Senator Blackburn can talk harmo harrows plows buggies and farming im- Â¬ ny and coming together why cant all of plements Beard Dillon Co us We could if we would each make a Rev Hunt extends a cordial invitation little concession to members of all the churches to come Tho Meade Messenger is a loyal paper down and as3ist in the revival no doubt of that but it mustnt judge Mr Marcus Kincheloo has filled his Kids sometimes fall into serious trou- Â¬ bond and will take charge of the post ble by being hasty office about the first of October Judge T R McBeath and Common Â¬ For Salb One Parker Bros ham wealths Attorney Mr Weed Chelf ar- Â¬ merless gun Twelve gauge thirty inch rived Sunday for Circuit court which is Jok B Cox barrel Price 20 in session this week The crowd they had at tho speaking at The Republicans met in mass conven- Â¬ Cloverport last Saturday was such as tion here last Saturday to instruct dele we have here more than a dozen times gates for West Point to put out a candi a year date for Circuit Judge Frank Haswell is doing well in the Mr Armstrong of Rockport Ind is saddlery business at Cloverport He the new cashier in the Farmers Deposit was a good addition to the town and tho bank He has made a pleasant impres- Â¬ people down their like him sion in social and business circles Another big crowd will be here Circuit Brandenburg is about free of the fever Court day No trouble to stir out a This place has not suffered like many crowd but they dont have much money other places No deaths at all and only Waiting around for old prosperity one serious case has been reported I am giving my whole attention to the Mr S M Richardson is getting along drug business now and I will give your nicely He has a mild type of typhoid prescriptions and orders for medicines Mrs Mason came up from Owensboro the most careful attention J A Witt with fever but is improving right along There are numbers of people in the I heard a good democrat say that Eli country who will be short of a food sup- Â¬ sha Ashcraft would get the solid Demo- Â¬ ply this winter Good time for the cratic vote Many of the gold men he Home missionary people to get in their said would support the nominee He work feels assured of Mr Ashcrafts election The livery stable here changed hands The Breckenbidok News was full of last Saturday Lee Meyer Bold out his fine reading matter last week In a letinterest to S A Pate and Clanny De ter from a friend who says the News Haven Mr Meyer will devoto his at- Â¬ is a splendid paper much better than tention to stock buying the Dispatch is an echo of many A few new scholars are coming in to Mrs Dr Spaulding nee Minnie How- Â¬ Prof Logan feels ard and her children will visit Mrs 0 tho B A college sure that his school could have been T Moremen in October Mrs Spaulding much larger had he had more time is well remembered here as a young lady to have worked it up last summer and her old friends will bo glad to Bee However he is satisfied with the present her outlook Miss Annie Nold of Louisville well Circuit Court sits the second Monday known and much beloved in Meade and in October Tho lawyers aro complain- Â¬ Breckenridge counties as an educator ing of so little business However they has gone to Tarrytown N Y to assume have been heard to complain when there duties as one of the faculty of Miss Ma- Â¬ was business onough for them all Court sons school will be on hands two weeks There is Obas Coleman and Hugh Green wad Â¬ enough business for that ed the Ohio river last Sunday from the Rev II 0 Hook of this place pre Â¬ Kentucky Bhore to van Bide A lover sided over the annual meeting of the could well afiord to swim the Hellesport Presbytery which was held in LaRuo now for a Helen of Troy if it were la county a couple of weeks ago Mr Hook belle Ohio was chosen to preside because of his Henry Nevitt left last Sunday to at Â¬ Ions services as a minister and of his tend Louisville Medical College Henry ability to discharge his duties impartial Is one of our brightest young men and ly He has been a preacher in tho Cum has hud a great desire for a medical berlain church about twenty five years course and we believe Henry Is Intended Reading about the low water in the for an esculapius Ohio said a Hardinsburg man tbo other The wedding of Miss Roberta Richard- Â¬ day reminds me of a few years ago son and Dr Linn Llthgow Kennedy was when people of this place would go to a most beautiful one so wo are told The Louisville this time of the year and it bride wore elegant white satin the would take them a week or more to bridesmaids Paris muslin and white make the trip There was a stop at sashes and Miss Ilia Cloverport all day and half of the night Richardson the same A reception was waiting for the boat and when you got given at the brides home for the bridal aboard of her and she struck a bar there party only was another day So it was a very tire- Â¬ No it is not like it used some journey Remembering Their Pastor to be You can go to the city and back The members of the Baptist church now in a day and do all tho business you want to Still some people cuss the again placed their pastor and his family under obligations for an expression of railroads tbo deepest gratitude by their kindness The will of J F Wright who recently in furnishing their winter coal We died near Powers was probated in court are sincerely thankful and feel u burn Â¬ on Monday Eight children are equal ing desire to show our appreciation of beneficiaries one of whom is Mrs Edwin such kindness Braahear of this city The estate is W B Rutlkdob estimated to be worth 70000 Hancock Clarion Doal Tobacco bfM ad Batete Iwk Mft away son-in-laÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mald-of-hon- Hot weather wont cure weak You may feel better be- Â¬ cause out of doors more but the trouble Is still there Dont stop taking your lungs A Few Hints XZ02v Scotts Emulsion because the weather happens If you have a to be warm throat a slight hacking weak cough or some trouble with the bronchial tubes summer Is the best time to get rid of It If you are losing flesh there Is all the more need of attention Weakness about the chest and thinness should never go to-Â¬ gether One greatly Increases the danger of the other Heal the throat cure the cough and strengthen the whole system Keep taking Scotts now Emulsion all summer For aalo by all drarrlaU at 50a and ftoe s FAIR 85c 98c Â¬ ONPRICESTORE Ladies Good Dongolaand Glove Grain Shoes all sizes and styles usual value 135 our price 85c Ladies Splendid Dongola or Glove Grain Shoes pat- Â¬ ent leather tip all sizes and price 98c styles a little better quality than usual for 150 our quantity of Un- Â¬ dershirts and Drawers in white or gray mixed for 3Ien that others sellatOc our price 25c For your little Boys we have a serviceable Jacket and Pants that are good enough for school purposes and always sold for 150 our price 100 A limited Mr J T Conner has sold his apple crop to Charles Patterson for CO cents for the fill of the barrel The orchard will yield something like 100 barrols He also purchased from Pat Itooney 150 barrels at the same price nifis- -llBll 25c 100 llpitui 623ir ROSELAND OASTOIUA tin wry TllffW OJLMVOXtXJk 2dCrfSE55rSL We aro needing rain Miss Neddio Hunter and Mies Roberts of West View were the guests of Misses Julia and Lula Rhodes last Wednesday evening Miss Roberts was trying to get a music class Brother Fudge was on the sick list last week Mrs Elza Mooro was tho guest of Mks Clara Cannon last Sunday Charlie Shannon was tho guest of Miss Minnie Rhodes last Sunday Thomas Moore and Miss Mary Mat tlngly were the guests of Misses Nellie and Mattie Mattingly last Sunday Roio Mattingly wife and children were the guests of Mr Ken Rhodes and wife last Sunday Dolph Rhodes and Lafe Cannon were the guests of Mieses Eliza and Willie Jarboe Sunday We learn that Mr Fred Cannon will leave Monday for Henderson where he will remain for a while Misses Julia and Lula Rhodes Lula Vessels Alma Mattingly and Maggie Lewis were out riding last Saturday evening and driying up to Mr Jim Rhodes the girls brought Miss Minnie Rhodes home with them Miss Dee Cannon is visiting at her Uncle Tom Cannons Mrs Mollie Rhodes returned home last Sunday from Mr Joe Mattinglys where she had been for two weeks to see her sick sister Mrs Bettie Mattingly Misses Temple Hart and Maggie Lewis spent Friday night with Mrs Nan Dockery There will be church services at Long Lick next Sunday Mrs Bina Cannon fell and hurt her- Â¬ self badly one day last week We hope her recovery may bo speedy Miss Lula Rhodes and her brother Ernest spent Sunday night at the hotel in Glendeane with Misses Lula Vessels and Alma Mattingly There will be a crowd at Miss Sudie Rhodes next Sunday evoning Messrs Jell Glasscock Jesse Dun Dee Bradley Misses Lula Vessels Elma Mat tingly Maggie Lewis Minnie Rhodes Julia and Lula Rhodes were the guests of Misses Temple and Eula Hart Satur- Â¬ day evening Mr Fenly Drown was the guest of Miss Lena Mattingly Sunday evening Mr Elza Moore went to Leitchfield last Saturday Mr Bob Rhodes will work at tho saw- Â¬ mill with Mr Ellis Roberts on the branch just below the Methodist church Mrs Dick Qulggins while going into her cellar fell and hurt herself one day last week It ia hoped that her injuries will not prove serious Mr Fred McDonald who has been In Henderson for the past month returned home last week Mrs Nora Vessels of Hardinsburg is visiting her sister Mrs North Clark of Cruse ton Mr Nels Quiglns is now the obliging clerk at Jarboe Coe Miss Lula Vessels a haudsome young lady of Hardinsburg will bo saleslady for Fair tho the new store at Clover- Â¬ port Miss Lissa McDonald who has been visiting her sister Dora left for her home in Henderson last week Miss Margaret HaiToy who has been visiting in Hancock has returned home and reports a pleasant time Roy Parsons of Leitchfield visited Ernest Rhodes and sisters at Roseland one day last week Mr Rhaum of the Forest Hill Nursery Leitchfield visited Mr J L Rhodes and family recently Mr Ell Mattingly and family visited their parents Mr and Mrs Weatherford at Millwood Grayson county Many candidates were ia McDaniela oh the 21st Instant and the speaking w To quit tobacco easily and forever bo natf good Just a few ladiea attended notlo full ot llto norro and vigor toko The merchants of McDaalele have pur Â¬ the wonilef worker tsar iMtNwwIfWB trout-- AH dwaalata Wo oc N Oawguaraa chased alee lines of fall goods mpto ft toed itaoklM aa4 Addrwa tet uaf Madr Co Cklctfn or ow yorfc Mr Charles Jarboe b putting up a Â¬ Mens and An Boys Cloihing at Very Low Prices Elegant line of Ladies Dress Goods just Received are Leaders In We Gents Furnishings THE FAIR CLOVERPORT - Our Mens Shoe De- Â¬ partment Is Com- - and Hats KY Z y WANTED AT Vests Grocery Department taOOO Cabbage Butter Chickens Eggs ml Feathers Dried Apples Dried Beans Sorghum Molasses Sweet Potatoes - and all kinds of Country Produce for which we will pay the market price in merchandise at cash prices WM 8ON8 nice dwelling house iu McDaniela Dr McMullen and wife left last Satur day for Henderson Mlsa Maggie tyheatley after a tlrre weeks visit at Mlsa Maeele lltiodea re- turned to her sister Mrs Sheeran near Kirk Dolph y Boy you may ear what you pleaae about yoar girla by utitw la the iwMtaat of all A certain young lady la all amllra urban J elie seea Frank Rhodes coming into Glen Â¬ deane Mlsa Mary Kennedy of IlardiMburg Is teaching a very succeaaftil aebool at the Jarboe and Rhode schoolboaaa Jim Mattingly aayi ba U alwaya very anxiow for aHuttJay to eoaae thai he atari to bm bia girl ttafota Muvtip The aatartetamaAi gtvaa by Mm Ua RbodM Saturday night U boaor of bar gUMta aa as joyed by all vyr- - fjyBlpvft5sHeTy- -i--n- K THE BRJaOKmNRlDQEt NBV8 OLOVBRPORT KY wftbhhiGtf win tfl thd tost or roautnniuug i o yei wuuv GET QfaOD OADS WlSDUiSDAYGtewWlllit2i180EA3YTO BfcECKMtDGE NEWS I Lbfcd ihm atia iiif ovcti U Use Wide thfl Roadbed Dry TlrJ Wftvon Whtels A rM1 t nmla nnnvnnttnd Was llCHl At Cannon Falls recently yhioh was not ft kp EARLY CELERY II- o- to nlaneh It With Rcardt Darliic Warm Weather A New York correspondent of Amer ican Gardening who bns found early celery ptofltablo tells how he blanches it tuiiug tho hot weather IIo writes In blniching celery during warm weather cnto must bo taken that no soil coiucs In coutnot with it to rust it It cannot thorefore bo banked with earth I havo tried tying wrapping paper around tho hunches nnd other methods but havo found hat I could blanch tho celery at u much less cost mid blanch It bettor too with boards After much experimenting in planting nt different distances apart tho plan which I have now adopted as giving tho best results is to plant doublo rows two feet apart i o plant two rows 10 or 13 inches apart and next lcavo a space of two feet When the plants aro about ono foot high plnco tho blanching boards on both sides of tho doublo row but bo sure to keep them woll apart for if tho leaves get wet botwecn tho boards and tho sun does not get iu to dry them they will rot and spoil tho nppcaranco of tho celery besides stopping its growth When tho celery grows a fow inches nbovo tho boards crowd tho boards closer togethor and tho blanching will bo completed iu a few days Tho boards I nse aro from 12 to 18 inches in width and with them I blanch celery that grows two feet high or moro I hold tlicm iu place with crosspicccs notched to set over tho tops of tho boards I havo nover been successful in growing n good quality of early celery without irrigation for when tho plants are so closo together n largo growth cannot be had without it nnd moreover during hot dry weather blnuching goes on too slowly nnd tho stalks often bo When tho conio stringy or hollow bonrds nro set up run tho wntcr in tho vncant spneo between them thus hasten ing tho blanching aud improving tho quality of tho celery is sufficiently When tho celery blanched tho boards nro taken down and removed to other rows The colcry is cut n littlo under the ground and trimmed leaving tho refuso on tho grouud If tbo son bo shining tho cel- Â¬ ery is at ouco carried to a cool cellar near by and if not nt ouco packed for market wo stand it up in n vat contain- Â¬ ing one or two inches of cold water in tho bottom This is nil tho water that is allowed to como in contact with the celery for ns thcro is no earth nsed in banking it it needs no washing Never pnok wet celory for shipment ns it is linblo to heat and spoil If it be necessary to hold tho colory a few days after it in cut and trimmed it can be kept in good condition by packing ico around tho vat iu which it is stored and mak ing tho cellar as cool ns possibleÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ X DEMOCRATIC TICKET I OR CIEHK COUHT OP APrRALSt FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE SAM SHACKELFORD bio for tho practical ronner in whioh tho subject under onsideration waa handled says tho Minneapolis TribuneÂ¬ No city speakers oro imported to en lighten tho farnrs upon tho thoory of road buildingfad to suggest legislation expenditures for looking to fpr0 costly roaOnySi lat tho neighbors as Â¬ sembled proceeded to show how tho lo greatly improved with roads nlroalJy available Tho main tho my polntorought out was tho necessity of ru caveto CURE CONSTIPATION I DRUGGISTS comtlpttlon Cucirrti ire tlie Idtal l4ia ARQfir T1TPT V UUAKAnlrjbU to ear flDdUbUlCuI PniniNTPPn eBrrr niporrrlpebat rnKetairnitnrtlrrtDlti Stm Can orbtn Tork pl tnj baoajrt tnt A CTFItUNfl KKMt lY CO jrhlfago tit lASDY CATHARTIC io t VNM1ibi 18 lllffja iiTof -w-- Tfra all Mr Yos wfibli I first tntliOiifiro A fctrullg suspicion grew on me that tho landlady liolped herself rather freely lo tho viCt uals which I bought in for my own consumption I would stop hor little gnmo I thought So accordingly oho dny I brought homo a chop hud n pound of new potatoes Having counted then mid finding that thero wero ten iu nil I handed them over to bo cooked When tho meal was ready and tiio covers had been removed I strained my neck to sco tho result of my littlo ruse when You found nearly half of tliem gone I suppose No nothing of the sort They were mashtd Pearsons Weekly OO YOU TRAVEL i nrm J2K litlpihtt bftJarh car in nvrfotiRnH nnd MiufrnM hr thu rm ot ihU nh r tUf iruUf Wondfrfttl rn tlmttUnt fchI tr iili tiv known Uet In Mar frtvrer and Aithmft I1TH1JV 3U3M JAlrl INHAIilK itand yon will always Wf is - vasi 1 1 ic - rib nt i VTM m tW Hfc M Mall tO flfe CtBHJUl DKIU CO TMCCMU Htll t IJHX B Ae Good Neat Printing Is just ns essential to success In business as your rating with nny of the mcrclian tile ngencics Write us for prices nnd All work samples guaranteed cld JUDGE T R McBEATH tOlt COMMONWEALTHS ATTOKNEVl WEED S CHELP ELliAHASHCRAFT FUSION TpKET FOR nEPRKBNTATIVK ftf 8 Ill STATE SHNATOK - f Mm host mntnrlnl for finrfnclnff doU MW icnds uDon tho locality and tho charao- tnr nt tiin unll If tlm road snrfaco can bo kept dry nny locality may havo good dingtho water pthnt Tho roadbod must bo rounded will run on ronuiiy J II LENNIN FOR COUNTY IUDGH W E MINOR FOR COUNTY CLItRK A M HARDIN T A McGILL Deputy FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY roads nt comparatively small cost all tho year round Incidentally tho subject of wido ver sus narrow tires was taken up and David Valentine a practical road build- Â¬ er stated that ho had used both wido and narrow tlrod wheels and his ex- Â¬ perience was such that if ho wero to purchase a now wagon ho would not tako n narrow tired vohiolo if ho could get it at half price as ho could haul doublo tho load witn tne samo expen Â¬ diture of power on a wido tiro Whero tho roads aro dry and hard thoro can bo no doubt of tho superior economy of n wido tiro not only in tho matter of hauling tho load but in preserving tho roadway Â¬ GUS BROWN FOR CIRCUIT CLERK R S SKILLMAN FOR SHERIFF RICHARD OWEN J FOR JAILER D BEELER E MORRIS FOR ASSESSOR REV GEO Improved Chill and Fever Cure during tho last year having purchased two 2 gross I find the preparation gives good satisfaction and the demand is steadily increasing Yours truly Q A Boubland Haynes Cloverport Ky Sold by Short Eqoauty Ills Fob 8 1897 J O Mkndkniiall Evansvili k Ink Dbab Sir I havo had a good salo on your FOR SUI T SCHOOLS K HARMAN FOR SURVEYOR CONVICT ROADBUILDERS They Have Proved a Great Succeu on North Carolina Hleliw ys two miles south or Slaictown O was destroyed by fire Tho shed contained this years crop of tobacco nnd the crib over TO liiiHhebt of corn Tho loss U ft 600 The origin of the firo is unknown Tlin rt Mdenco of Joseph IlolTord on Scaffold Lick Run In tho eastern part of Scioto county O was robbed by two men and n client containing ocr 10C0 in money nnd jewelry taken It is belloved tho robbers nro persons who were fmnlllur with tho house ns thoy dlsturlxnl nothing but tho chest Crime and Catualtlet At Constance Ky Art Jlmmcrson 29 fell from tho stable of George Yowell and fractured his skull IIo will die Leonn IIckett 4 dnughUr of Mrs Elmer Hilling of Hushvllle Ind wni scald ed to death by the overturning of a pan of boiling grape juice Miss Kiln Jones 23 was Instantly killed while walking on the Krle railway tracks east of Akron O Shu did not heur thenp pronchlng train Jack Lynch a well known Democratic politician was killed at Akron O byaccl deutally foiling through tin opening In the second fioor of Iringles livery utablo While picking hickory nuts near Limn O Henry Avery a 16 year old hoy foil n distance of 35 feet breaking hi oollar bone shoulder blade both arms nnd fracturing his skull IIo lived but a short timo Jumes Linn while trying to cross Green river about It miles below Bowling Green Ky wra drowned He was working on tho lock and nothing is known of him other than that ha claimed to hnvo n daughter attending school In Nashville Tho second section of train No 23 ran into tho rear end of tho first section of train No 23 at Helpers Switch on tho Baltimore and Ohio about 13 miles east of ZanesvlUe O killing Alike Cahlll engi neer of second section and Injuring sev Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ing token any little- memento of tho past Yes She did that Sho said that If I wanted her to shod work my mono Wash gram on n pair of car muffs ington Stnr Â¬ Â¬ A Sleeting Well Timed Do yon think your father would receive mo civilly if I wero to go to him and ask for yon Sho Lots sco I beliovo you hold a mortgago on papas business dont yon Ho Yes aud about to raatnro Sho You will bo perfectly safo in approaching him at any timo or placo that may suit your own convenience Cleveland Lcndor Ho A ZL JVrrroti YJertM Ftllo Mem ory I m potency HIiMplemneM etc oaaned by Abaao or other hxcwwM and India cretlonn They nuieklu antt turrtu -- 3 rtjator IMt ViU11t In old fit amaaforatudy butineu or marri ag Prarent Inunltv an J rVmnnmnLinn If Ukfn fiftim Thafra ahowt Immediate fmproTa ment and effaeta a CUKE nhera all other fall In Hit upon barins the em nine JLjax Tabletf They hTe cored thouaanda and will ears you We aire apoe ttlre written guarantee to effect a cure CA nTQ In each oaae or refund thff money Price Uv UIOi per pAckayef or aU P ree full treatment for tGO Uy mall in receipt of Bf MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY CORE ME A MAN AJAX Sl 1 Breckenridge News S its REMEDY CO wcKr- Nulfl In Clovorpor ICy by For Short V llaiiir UriiKCll aJax At the Law Office of V G BABBAGE IK HAUDINSBURO J C BUSH D D S Cannellon Ind Theros deacon Local and Organic a great row in tho choir You Can Get Office on 6lh St actlced and all its Branches Sorry to hear it domiuio Is tho altDontlitry Inperformed la tho pmalt skillful operations troublo incroly local or Is it organlo manner at prices to suit the times Both Tho local soprano and conCrown anj Bridge Work a specialty Teeth nro both iu lovo with the organtralto eitracteJ Positively Without Pain Now York Sunday Journal ist Mod Complete Uontal Itoonm Â¬ Â¬ tJ A Deed Mortgage or any writ- Â¬ Everybody Had Fun Grigson It was great fun sitting thcro and passing remarks upon tho peoplo ns they camo in Sarton Ah but talking of fun you should havo heard tho remarks of somo Bos of tho peoplo after yon went out ton Transcript Afraid to Coma to tho ScraUh I in Southern Indiana ten instrument drawn Kent buy or sell a piece of land Collections made and remit ances prompt Copying done on the Call graph the best type writer in the world Â¬ Â¬ 1897 1 THE TO BE HELD 11897 t t H C JOLLY FOR CORONER LEE BISHOP VV REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR REPRESENTATIVE JOHN P HASWELL JR FOR COUNTY JUDGE WM AHL FOR COUNTY CLERK OWEN CUNNINGHAM FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY FOR CIRCUIT CLERK RN v MILLER I SHERMAN BALL - FOR bburton FOR JAILER SHERIFF GUS SHELLMAN FOR ASSESSOR JOHN H COMER FOR SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS ANDREW DRISKELL FOR SURVEYOR CHINTZ ROYALTY FOR CORONER JOHN SPENCER rr TJolH - MM n mmwww 4swvw COST OF GOOD ROADS Id an Illinois Town at an Expenss of Only S431 ler Mile A correspondent of the Chicago Inter Ocoau submits tho following figures as to tho cost of building a good road from the start Tho figures are obtained from actual rood work in tho town of Sugar Grove Ills covering threo years Previous to that timo wo had used gravel ox olusively for 18 years and had good gravel roads but thoy would not stand prolonged soaking rainstorms Fortunately our oravol deposits were in many cases full of cobblestone and it was n continuing nuisance which wo tried every way to abate but tho right way until a stono crushor was suggested Thii solved tho problom perfectly and wo novo been using tho crusher now threo years and havo tho finest roads in tho stato of Illinois To begin at tho bottom With two men and from four to six horses wo grade a roadbed 25 feet from ditch to ditch for ISO por mile ready for the gravel or broken stone Wo grade a sido track for 15 per mile Onr manner of usIuh the crushor is to install iu tho pit putting all tho material sand gravel and cobblestone through its jaws If the crusher is run to 330 revolutions a mhiuto and its jaws kept supplied it will turn ont a yard of material every A broken stone roadbed flvo minutes eight feet wido and six inches doopwill represent 783 yards Cost of crushing including 10 cents to tho owner of the pit and hauling it n mile 60 cents per yard 783 yards multiplied by 60 cents gives 301 per milo add 30 cost of grading and wo linvo fUll and a Rood hard road from the bottom up for a wile Suppose nuo inches in depth of mate- Â¬ rial bo considered necessary then 1173 yards to the mile will bo required and th cost adding f 30 for grading will bo inorcasod to 610 If theso figures bo correct what is tho nso or necessity of Minuting roadbuilding at 1000 and 3000 a mile By tho use of the almost perfect road machinery which can bo had at a cost of 400 for a crusher asd a highway fttti for a gmter X am sure BMctiowKJ m U lUt at tb cost above if Um Material aud gravel and cobble it ia in Sugar atuM ia m handy QtVf JIU The voters of Sugar Grove have had aeoae eAoogh to eleot from year to year capable highway ooaual Intelligent skinful conBais- afcWMC Â¬ 4 s - fe - u North Carolinas experiment in tho employment of convicts in road build Â¬ ing has been very satisfactory both in point of effloiency and economy and in the health of tho convicts One aston Â¬ ishing discovery in tho experiment is that it costs less by about 0 cents n day per convict o maintain tho prisoners when nt work on tho roads than when confined in jail tho basis of the calcu- Â¬ lation being tho returns from 80 coun- Â¬ ties Being offored certain inducements iu tho way of reward or shortening of term if they remain at their posts and faithfully disoharge thoir duties tho conviots aro employed on tho roads much ns hired labor would be under tho control of a foreman without any guard Thoy nro even allowed to ro main at their homes from Saturday Siloing Sugar Beet night to Monday morning When sugnr beots nro to bo kept for Tho result of this astonishing experi- Â¬ ment which has been in operation for manufacture of sugar during thd winter njrear lias been according to Professor months or for the production of sied they must be caroiuiiy protected uguiusi Holmes secretary of tholtoad Associa tion of North Carolina thafnot a con Â¬ frost Following nro directions given iu It is a farmers bulletin on tho subject Tho vict has attempted to escape also officially reported that as lnborers simplest and the easiest method is to the conviots havo boenmuah moro eff- Â¬ plnco them in piles nnd cover them with icient than tho labor which can bo hired earth not too deeply When first siloed say about the 1st of November they Exchange at ordinary prices should bo covered with only a slight If you have ever seen a little child in layer of earth As tho cold becomes a paroxysm of whooping cough or if moro intenso this covering can bo inyou haye been annoyed by a constant creased In some localities only n slight tickling in the throat you can appreci- Â¬ covering of straw is necessary to protect ate the value of One Minute Cough Cure tho beets ns for instance in California In other other localities such as in tho which gives quick relief Short Dakotas Minnosotn nnd Wisconsin it is Haynes probablo that tho beets would havo to bo covered to tho depth of two feet or New Hampshire Hlgliwaji Among tho New Hampshire hills it is oven more to protect thorn from frost Siloing is usually dono by the factory common enough to sco a farmer work ins aDnarently without aim or system as it would bo very inconvenient to de Â¬ on a clayey road full of ruts He is liver beets from n distance to a factory working out his road tax often with in tbo middle of winter In most local- Â¬ only tho slightest temporary improve Â¬ ities in tho beot sugar region it is probment to the road Massachusetts has ablo that tho harvesting nnd delivery to really taken tho lead in legislation look tho fnotory could bo ontirely completed ug to the doing nway with this crude by tbo middle of November although system of road building and about 16 in somo soasons thero would be no dan Â¬ other states have begun to tako steps in ger in leaving tho roots in tho earth un til tbo 1st of December while in Jan tbo samo direction fornin thero is no danger nt nil of f reez rlnn t want tnanflftr wltK lug In tho construction of lnrgo silos rVtf atnlt dyspepsia constipation sick headache duo regard must bo had for proper ven- Â¬ You tilation to avoid the danger of heating sallow skin and loss of appetite have never tried DeWitta Little Early Risers for these complaints or you would Alfalfa Replacing Corn have been cured They are small pills It is not likely that alfalfa tho olover but great regulators Short Haynes which has succeeded so well in Cali- Â¬ fornia will ever become plentiful in tho An Inevitable Paradox east Our wet winters will rot tbo roots Thores no use of expecting any or nt last decrease their vigor On very thing else said tho misanthrope who dry sandy or gravelly Boilit might suc- Â¬ hod been persuaded to go on a picnio seems to bo especially Human naturo is ceed here But it nnd dry climates and his family with all adapted to hot g ring to be inconsistent and thats heuco its success in the arid regions of there is to it Youll raeroly wasto your tho far west As its root often goes sev- Â¬ timo tiying to mko it any different deep is likely to chango tho Whuts tho matter now nsked his eral feet of it climate for wherever tho the weather been goodf character wifo Hasnt roots havo gono water will also poople let you alone so ns alfalfa And didnt go The alfalfa retains its greenness to givo you nothiug to grumblo about during tho severest droughts Of courso Oh yes but did you notlco tho it must bo all tho timo ovaporatiug singing as wo got baok moisture and this also will havo some Yes And it was very nico appro effect in changing tho climate Henco priate music in in localities too dry for corn alfalfa is ho repeated with Appropriate plnco as n feed for all kinds takiug I dont pretond to be nny of stock its is at tho samo time fitting finito scorn It critic As far as quality was coucerued tho soil for growing corn and other tho rausia may havo beeu ns good us crops American Cultivator nny opera youd pay 1 5 n cent to go to sleep nt But when it comes to n ques Â¬ Chemical For a Wheat Or op tions of propriety nil it did was to re Â¬ The simplest wheat fertilizer you can mind mo of tho downright and unalter according to Rural Now Yorker able pervorsouess of the human race make is a mixture of threo parts fine ground When peoplo get baok from n trip to potash ono part muriate Europe they dont do anything but boue and when sowing tho of wheat as Use this hustle around to get thoir luggngo bouvlly as you can afford and tho folthrough tho custom honso nud pro lowing spring nso 300 pounds or more euro n carriage to tnko them to n hotel of soda per ncro Theso chem whoro thoy can rest Bat when thoy of nltrato may be bought of tho fertilizer come home from an excursion a milo icals Tho cost will depend upon tho nud a half out of town they cant be firms quantity bought and the ability to pay satisfied unless they wnko up tho whole cask country slugiug Home Again Homo Wash Ajain From a Foreign Shorol CONDENSED HEWS iugtoa Star To heal the broken and diseased tis X Collection of Interesting Itemt oa Tart sue to soothe the irritated surfaces to oat Subject Especially Prepared Tor instantly relieve and permanently cure the Hatty Header Ja the mission of DeWitta Witch Hazel A monster oil well was drilled In the Salve Short A Haynes Hume field near Lima O by tho Stand Â¬ ard Oil company Dorulnlck Tyler who is under indict What Made Htm Mad said ment at Canton O for alleged forging of Hamlot my bonny Prinoo certificates of the Mebold Ganick encountering the melancholy stock company has becoma InsaneSafe and lyock Dane on the staircase of the Stygian Charles Enrlgkt a Clover Leaf railroad Academy of Music tell we were yc bridge bulkier of Kokomo Ind commit Â¬ or were yon not wad ted suicide with morphine The body waa Not until X saw yon play we not found for 90 nouni An Injury had craay dethroned his reason I waa David replied Hamlet over it for several daya Bat I haye forÂ¬ The tobacoo and com crib an Um Harper Baaar farm of Mr Lew Aucaaormr sttuaUJ given yon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ eral others Whllo on their way homo from hunting near Lima O Bert Watt nged 18 was accidentally shot by a companion by tho namo of Hlderson Tho bullet n entered near the collurbone passed upward and around the neck lodging near tho spine It can not be located and it Is thought Watt will die s Death non Henry W Sago died at Ithaca N T aged 83 years Mr Sago hag been best known through his donations for educational purposes Mrs A G Newton died nt her home In Bowling Green Ky 8 iturduy of softening of tho brain Sho leavei a husband but no children Mrs Alice Ross wife of Lieutenant Commander Albert Ross U S N died at the naval academy at Annapolis Sid Satur day She was a daughter of tho lato Gen eral Nicholas Brewer Mr A G Fownall baggage and express master at the Baltimore ami Ohio South western railway depot ht Lorclnml O whllo loading baggage dropped dead on Â¬ t t Brooklyn Lifo HI Last Itetort lifted liia mackiunw from his glowing brow nnd nervously dabbed his handkorchiof nt his moistened hair Heaven help niol ho murmured This is my last resort Then ho added in a constrained tone All tho other landlords know me Olcvolaud Plain Dealer DAVIESS COUNTY FAIR OCTOBER 5 t 6 t 6 7 8 and 9 Ho t Dr OWENSBORO KY C 1897 Â¬ II TODD President OPPIOBES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Correct son At PlalnvIUe Ind tho of J P Healy entered a drugstore to make a purchase and while being waited upon fell to tho floor and died almost instantly A blood vessiil Is sucoosed to nave nurstea Harvey Guthrie president of tho Shelby County Fair association died at Sidney O Saturday after an Illness of a few days of stomach trouble IIo was olo superintendent of tho county Infirmary He Â¬ Â¬ How would you punctunto tho following Bank of Kuglund notes of various values wero blown along tho street by tho wind r ynnlrl pinko n rineli t aftor tho notes Household Words She F T GUNTHER Vice Prest P T WATKINS Treasurer J W GARTER Secretary LARGE SPECIAL PREMIUMS havo oi nva lippn flio mnir fonture of the Fair and havo always assured its being a aucooM fpu Aof Rjori- - jn This Kentucky Indiana nnd Illinois compete for them premiums are up to the standard of former years years ull Maintaining a Happy Mean is ii foot that peoplo pouerally marry thoir opposites in disposition Well what of it I was just thinking of that cold Al Â¬ len girl who is engaged to a professional It SPEED RINGS The races are contests to encourago tho development of Trickery will be debarred and close and speed qualities fair contests will bo exacted j I 9 scorcher Cincinnati Enquirer Some Day was 09 yeuw old Foreign Tho treaty of peace between Turkey and Greece was signed at Constantinople Saturday Bfternoon King Oscar II on Saturday celobraUd tho 25th anniversary of his accession to tho throno of Norway and Sweden A company of Spanish Infantry has been sent to Morelln province of Castellon do la Plana at It is feared that it Carllst up rising may tako place thero formerly Tho Duchess of Marlborough Miss Consuelo Vnnderbllt gave birth to a son at 3 oclock Saturday morning at Spencer House the ducal London residence Both mother and son are doing well according to the latest reports from the attending physicians Â¬ Customer Whero is tho floorwalker Tho Shopgirl Wo havent any gentleman you want to seo l presumo is riding slowly up and down tho cen- Â¬ Chicago Trib tral nislo on a bicyclo uue Trouble Tho upplo tree that stand beside Tho crcultlnj earden Kate Ia bondini- - low beneath a ylold Imply great Of fruit that And ax gize upon tho Right 1 think of day to como And of the damage that In Bturs For Tommy tummy turn Cloroland Leader 1 BICYCLE RACES A new feature is the Bicycle Races Every race will bo first class No loafing on tho back stretch and the boys thnt win will havo to git up nnd git lor Tommy THE FLORAL HALL bo made Â¬ And Machinery Department will be as attractive as it can Every department will bo filled to its utmost Bring the products of your farm garden dairy your paint- Â¬ ings needlo and fancy work Tho BEST BAND of MUSIC has always been obtained No intoxicants sold or Look out for NEW FEATURES gambling allowed on tho grounds Apply to tho Secretary for Premium Lisits or general in- Â¬ formation to TA Pedloy for privileges to Jas Keeloy for bicyclo raco information OWENSBORO KY Tho Clerer Landlady A STRONG MANS GRIEF At Mldnlsbt He Wrestled With the Agony That Gnawed at III Vital Tho little white cradle with its can opy of bluo was empty tho downy pil- Â¬ low still bore the impress of tho littlo head that onco pressed it a tiny shoo lay whero it had fallen from tho dimpled foot a discarded toy was on tho floor and on the wall wero tho imprints of thoso chubby Augers All theso tho wretched man could sco as ho paced to and fro in agony of spirit Oh if he could only ones moro sco that faco drcoming in tho cradle or oven if ho could ouly forgot or blot out for a moment tho memory of the last fow hours I But thero stood tho empty cradle with all its saorcd associations bring Â¬ ing a flood of recollections that prom ised to crush him beneath its vory Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ but sho kins who lived iu diggings ho added in n whisper looks n sharper roplicd BilYes you nro right kins with tho smilo of a man who had It wants long ago discovered tho fact some ouo cuter thun mo to get oVer that woman Â¬ Youvo got n very nico looking landlady said Bilkins to liis friend Jil Â¬ You dont soy so J W CARTER Sect DR MENDENFATTS IMPROVED CHE Al 1Y1 CUE few w eo84 R ATCB Z PER DAY The itu contr llu located oeUntlucltu weight For a briof moment ho was seized with nwild desire to wreak his vengo anco upon tho empty cradlo but tho imprints of tho threo dimpled lingers upon tho wall seemed held up in silent warning and he foil to paciug tho room again Ho turnod his haggard faco whero his wifo lay dreaming with n smilo upon her lips nonrii How could sho forcot How could sho lay thoro smiling with that empty cradlo so near Tho faco that peered down at the slumbering woman was tho face of a Thoro was murder iu his heart Under the intense gazo his wifo moved uneasily aud finally as if con Â¬ scious of iirieuding danger sho opened her eyes and looked calmly nud trustingly into tbo face of hor hnsbaud John havent you quieted tho baby yet With n gesturo of despair tho wretched man pointed to tho empty cradlo aud New York resumed his weary vigil Sunday Journal Â¬ i BOOK l JOTIVtIHlH EEEHNO I KL TSS I ii JouisVilleKy PEKHAKCIIir SHOUT HAND TELEQBAPHY aUAHANTEED TO CURE Tastele And MaUrU In all Form genuine without the above picture aud tho lgnature ot J O llendenball CHILLS AND FEVERNona PREPARED ONLY BY - l - r W67 y fioud Prloo 50 conts at all Dealers Wo tflTrtatt ETO J i O EVANSVILLE M13N13NI1 1 IND BRYANT No Good desires to better his or hor condition in life should write foi tho Catalogue of tho 400 THIIID STREET LOUIBVILLE STRATTON s1Ig5SI1Sa KY Sold by SHORT HAYNES MOTHERS Say few children etcapc that most annoy Inn but most common chldhood com- Â¬ plaint ciuMd by deranged kidney and In year sales weak urinary organ Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order We fully realize your thoughts when the idea of having dental work done comes but neverthlea they must have attention and the sooner the Wtter We are prepared to do your work with a gwMwnte to ive satisfaction at exceedingly low price We wiU be at Irvington on Wedn0ay and Thursday after the fourth Monday of each month It U to yor Iatereet to cottwk tu notastuglercpoitofafallurcof One Drop of Comfort Didnt she seem at all affected when yon told her bow her refusal hf wrecked your hopes WINTERSMITHS Winter present ouicnccaaccnaiu luremucryanupaiH I i year ucces guarantee It value All 1 dinggUt and merchant sell It Arthur 2 Suchu to cure this bad habit smiths Buchu not only atop st No Not even wha yon told her that yon ha4 become desperate ad were go ing ou ftn expedlUoM to the north pole Hot a bit Didnt sfaa offer yon war lltU Part Â¬ i BUCHU rrCoLoulTmeKyGenlAgent HARDIN ofc WILDBB BrMdmbarf Ky fWWi wywimwjw s MM oiriiiTini im This is going to throw a great deal of tho frozen tobacco on the market and there ore many of the buyers here who say they will not buy it at all as they would not be able to dlsposo of it after purchas Â¬ ing Several of the dealers now talk as It they will not buy at all this year owing to the fact that theshortago of the crop is going to so stimulate prices that tho competition will be too active for anybody except those who are buying for domestic manufacture It is now being predicted by some of the leading local dealers that threo or four firms will buy most of the tobacco offered on the OwcnBboro market the coming season It Is qulto probable that those who aro buying for the European markets will not be in the market as the prices paid hero are certain to be hlghor than could be realized for It after shipment across the ocean Something To Know fc Hlk10ef OlLOYARflOR KY GREGORY Whirfmasttrs CieYEBPOrsT Local AgenU ml I I nn Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY 8EFTEMBEU 20 1897 Rambling Thoughts By Heme Copyrighted by Daweft Tabor 3333343--S3- 3 t J I I t I u I i I 11 i It may bo worth something to know t fVfctft1 that tho very best medicine for restoring rn oU-- a i au tho tired out nervous system to a heal Â¬ VESTIBULED TRAINS thy vigor is Electric Bitters This medi- Â¬ or SLEEPERS DINING CARS I have already told you that love and cine is puroly vegetable acts by giving iirJZt the quality on which love is often based tono to the nervo centres in the stomach CHAIR CARS Vtf respect cannot live if only sustained gently stimulates the Liver and Kidneys F M nUQO TRAVPASSfl AOENT8T LOUIS MO by passion The passion indeed may and aids theso organs in throwing off im- Â¬ HOWARD ELLIOTT QIHX MOR ST LOUIS MO last long but it will destroy all the sweet 9100 Reward 100 purities in the blood Electric Bitters I W WAKELCV OINL PASSn AQT8T LOUIS -- O refinement that if not precious in your Tho readers of this paper will be pleased Improve the appetite aids digestion and eyes is at ltast very dear to her whom to learn that there is at least one dread- Â¬ is pronounced by thoso who have tried you have chosen Now I intend to carry ed disease that science bos been able to it as tho very best blood purifier and D 7 DEA1D President you forward one startling step and tell cure in all its stages and that Is Catarrh nerve tonic Try It Sold for COc or HAYNES Sold bv SHORT WILL MILL1R Viee Prcettlent you that love can ennoble and strengthen Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive 100 per bottle at A R Fishers Drug II D2ARD Cashier one life or both though passion be for- Â¬ cure known to tho medical fraternity Storo WEBSTER ever denied What we call the lower Catarrh being a constitutional disease QW BEARD 1 element of our natures cannot be grand requires a constitutional treatment -- Director MORRIS ESKRIDQK The Value of Appearance Saves The Croupy Children This is autumn J It except by the higher qualities mingling Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally R M JOLLY Shakespeare said the apparel oft prowith it but the higher qualities can acting directly on the blood and mucous -Sbavikw Va Wo have a splendid J L Henry la sick Clover- Â¬ claims the man You can tell a man lowlivo and last and grow though the A water famine is on here surfaces of the system thereby destroy- Â¬ by tho dothes he wears If he wears sale on Chamberlains Cough Remedy INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS er be shut out altogether I tell you ing the foundation of the djseose and nice well fitting clothes cut in the latest and our customers coming from far and Mrs Jake Kendall is sick this and comQrm it by pages from lives giving thj patient strength by building style you set near speak of it in the highest terms him down as a pretty good The corn crop is nearly nil in tho that have been laid open before me for up the constitution and assisting nature man and he makes Many have Bald that their children would a pretty good im- Â¬ Is your benlth Votir happiness In your stranirth shock want you to have a new sense of what in doing its work The proprietors have if Chamberlains havo died of croup I Keep the Jlcnd nnil Thront clear and healthy pression on you at first sight If ho anil ynnrmlirri and brain H alwsyntret and ease Wash Hall leit for North Dakota lost love can do and has done for our raco so much faith in its curative powers Cough Remedy had not been given CUHIISIANM MKVrilOIINlTAJKK lithe wears shoddy ill fitting clothes out of relief to mankind In all head troubles I tell you this because love in its high- Â¬ that they offer One Hundred Dollars for style you set him down as a careless Kellam OurtrtEx The 25 and 50 cent week limns ho odor afCntitrrh caTAJ tit II citriiH nwflilhe tiikoatt dis That est form of dovotion to an ideal is capa- Â¬ any case that it fails to cure Send for Bizes for Bale by A R Fisher Cloverport May Co appears by Its tne Wonderful In liar Kerorand Harry Stowart has begun work on his person of bad taste and you dont care Asthma nrilUY ONLY GU81IMAIV8 ble of entering your bursting heart no lists of testimonials and R A Shellman Stephonsport t II tt DrattUU ml for II By dwelling ir to have anything to do with him His ftll SO CfHta Rend tor llsok on Hlhl rV matter how obscured you are and mak- - Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo O OANNBLTON IND wsnais uma Co iiitiE8 uu u s a fetched Trunxs humor is of that far bad looking clothes repel you You are Flock and Fleece ing of you a new creature with a clean 8rSold by Druggists 76c tired variety inclined at onco to let him alone So It life pure thought and good purposes One fltm of Montana dealers is on the is with printing A second class shoddy lookout for twenty A good attendance at prayer meeting thousand lambs for A Question job of printing makes a bad impression feeding purposes Saturday night AN IDEAL The publisher of a newspaper has one on people They judge in some measure Mrs Wm Hall and baby Prout are on Eighty thousand sheep in one herd Something to live Tor I thing to sell and one thing to rent of your goods by the appearance of your have been brought to Oregon to be a visit to Muldraugh Something that stretches far beyond Can any inform us why ho should be printing If your printing has a bad ap- driven overland to Kansas for feeding Thcearthlj limiti of each fancy fond t Rastus Hall has recently moved back X S expected to give away either the one or pearance those who do not know you Something that draw us by pure loveliness A noted clip at Great Falls Mont has here from Jeflerson county nnT i the other And ever seems mora fair a on we press aro apt to think your goods are not first been sold at 14 cents which is the high Â¬ Ten additions to the church here at So drawing nearer thinking to attain He can if he chooses and he does as a class and they are not attracted to your est price paid in that State since 1893 We tee it still afar and losing gam the close of the recent revival matter of fact furnish n great deal of store The highest prices paid this year at More from the added seal we needs must show W G Jordan and wife are visiting Mr space rent free But it does not follow The object of all kinds of advertising Boise Idaho was reached last week To win our prize and ever higher go I Between that he ought to be expected to do so Is to get people to come and look at your brought 10 250000 and 000000 pounds Frank Smith near Big Spring As some strong traveler through a desett wild cents Trams leavo Louisville as follows Sees snowy summits up to heaven piled It ought to be recognized as a contribu- Â¬ goods If you havo a second class job of If politics was dropped out for a fow And braves the bristling dangers but to find Tho demand for stock sheep in the tion exactly as would be the giving advertising is gives people the idea you S W BA O St LouisHAILWAY Cinclnnatl and the West still continues and sheepmen who years people could get out of debt The misty mountains still but dim outlined and the West away of sugar or coffee by a grocer But are a second class careless man and deal are fortunate enough to have hunches of though as nearer jet his way he wends And Mies Myra Hanks visited her parents No 20 No 16 No 18 strange to say it is not looked upon in in second class goods It pays to have good quality lambs are inclined to hold Fresh beauty to his soul the prospect lends Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry Co Lv LoutsviPo 8 J3m a 35am at Stephensport Saturday and Sunday 24SPm Of rosy shadows flitting oer the snow Ar Cincinnati that light at all yet everybody knows neat printing as well as it does to wear them tor better prices 6 45am ti 55am 603pm golden coronets that glow The greater portion of the wheat crop And peals with n 15am SSJPm 11 05pm Ar Colnmbus that the existence of a newspaper de- Â¬ good clothes The Mayfleld Mirror A Massachusetts farmer marketed 80 S 25pm Ar Pittsburg Yet may he never scale those stainless slopes 715am 6 50 am II 20am Iambs disposing of them when they sown in this section will be sown on Ar Washington pends upon the rent of its space and the Time Card In Effect June 20 87 Or plant his conquering banner where he hopes s 2opm Ar Baltimore 7 50am 25 to SO days old tho first one sold corn land were sale of the paper as a merchants suc 10 15am But by high striving towards a lofty end Ar Philadelphia My boy came home from school one weighed Tl lbs at 25 days old He 340 pm re No 4 a No 4f No 46 East Hound Ar New York la 3011n S55P1 With eyes that ever on pure summits bend Mrs Lulu Thompson returned to her cess depends on selling his goods in Â¬ day with his haqd badly lacerated and ceived 1800 each which was about 40c a Boston Ar 300pm 905pm Though seeming failure claims self victory 766am 8 65pm stead of giving them away pound a price which he could not have homo at Owensboro Saturday after a Lv St Louts Nraln Nn 16 has elegant Pullman Buflet Parlor bleeding and suffering with great pain And neer attaining wins eternally 5 Slam 2 20pm 2 45am Evansfille Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and obtained but for reaching the market visit of several days Henderson says Mr E J Schall with Meyer Bros 715 2 40 dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Baltimore 30 early when spring Iambs were not easily Spottsville 3 7 738 323 Philadelphia and New York without change Most farms in this country are too Drug Co St Louis Mo I dressed tho 4 00 Make The Most of 3 44 Owensboro U Train No 18 has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to - ilawesvule 4 40 917 I see almost daily nan i tne woman It is tne auty ol every Yourself make tuuuu uuu njjpucu iiuamueriains rain nlirainMi has been a distinct revival of large a ilturf larm well tilled is the 450 man to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining There Cloverport uvmu iruui 9 503 510 cars Cincinnati to New York without change Balm freely All pain ceased and in a sheep raising 10 C7 Stephensport 5 22 625 in Columbiana county O crying need ol agriculture Train No 10 has sleepers to Cincinnati open at who knows his love and feels love in the most of himself Whatover his Irvinzton 1045 6 57 60 remarkably short price paid 9 oclock to receive passengers Clint Crutcher of Garrett paid us a that Brandenburg 1112 return is held by her gentle influence capacity may be he is sure to find some leaving a scar time it healed without The third higherfor wool in year vicinity 021 617 is a than last For wounds sprains 1235pm 7 45 and the recent visit Everybody here is always Arr Louisville 730 St Louis Springfield and the West and her high viewB of life just as firm- Â¬ place where he can bo useful to himself swellings and rheumatism has advanced materially glad to see price of I know of no Farmers sheep seeking No so No 16 No 44 Clint well nearly every Â¬ No 4l No 43 No 45 West Hound ly as though he were by her side Sad Â¬ and to others But he cannot reach his are to increase their Lv Louisville 8sopm eajsam 813am highest usefulness without good health medicine or prescription equal to it I flocks of sheep and in so doing are re- Â¬ body Ar St Louis 640pm dest of all but why saddest 123000 7 ssam Lv Louisville most 7f0am 4 50pm 823pm Ar Springfield consider it a household necessity 14 840pm The ported to be neglecting other lines of the Brandenburg 933am 8 SI 9 32 609 The tide has turned in favor of tho beautiful of all in this instanco is the and he cannot have good health with Â¬ 23 North Yernon accomodation leaves at 7 lj a m Iryington 6 43 915 962 and CO cent sizes for sale by A It farming industry out puro blood The blood circulatesto dally farmer at last anything he may raise 9 51 Stephensport 7 20 1021 fact that increasing bodily weakness ia Charlestown accommodation leaves at 10 n m Cloverport 1011 Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman 739 lose This year bos witnessed an innovation will command a good price Low prices gradually bringing her to a bed of life-Â¬ every organ and tissue and when It is except Sunday 10 a5 Hawesville 8 04 1068 in sheep Bhearing in Montana by the for agricultural products is a thing of the Stephonsport Trains Nos 16 so and 44 have elegant day coaches pure rich and healthy it carries health Owensboro 1135 1148 9 05 long suffering What does he gain from Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis 1217pm 9 47 introduction of a sheep shearing machine past 12 23am Spottsville 12 40 Henderson 12 8 1010 No such a to the entire system but if it is impure her Physical pleasure in the northern section of the State For THAINS AIIBIVE Evansville 1040 115 115 BEAUTIFUL CEMETERY two years tho machine bos been in suc- Â¬ From East 7 J3 a m ia 13 noon 6 40 p m thpught is remotest from his mind it scatters disease wherover it flows ArrSL Louis 732 720 is ss am 3 so a m cessful operation in Wyoming the largest But the purpose to live a life that would Hoods Sarsaparilla is the one true From West 7 sea m is ij p m 6 40 p m LOPVILl MMET DEPORTS Al trains run through Solid to Evansville sheepgrowera having please her to gain a reputation that blood purifier It cures salt rheum Visit to Oak Hill at Washington The dispensed with there shearing altogetherÂ¬ City Ticket office coutheast corner Fourth and Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all hand The ownscrofula catarrh dyspepsia and rheuma Â¬ Main streets Depot Seventh and river Tomb of John Howard Payne trains between St Louis Evansville and Louis would rejoice her to carve a career that er of the machine has this season con- Â¬ ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvington for For detail Information regarding rates time on tracted with some of the largest owners LOUISVILLE KY Sep 27 1897 shall embody her goodness and nobility tism because these diseases have their Fordsvllle and Hardin burg daily except Sunday connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc origin in the blood of sheep in Montana W Ccmpton In Evansville Ind Journal News H C MORDUE A G P A U addA KS BROWN these things he gains and he is con- Â¬ Shippers should mark all packages plainly District Pass Ticket Agent B O S W Ily Louisville Ky Tho old Ryeland sheep of Hereford tent While at Washington City last week I 4th and Main Louisville Ky with shippers name and poit offloe address Wegnast Bennett which formerly produced three pounds or J M CHKSSBROUGH could not resist tho inclination to visit There has been given me from the lips General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio of wool Der head have been nn far im H L ol a magnificent man a man of keenness G B WA11KEL Assistant St L Mr George Wegnast and Miss Essie Oak Hill Cemetery on Georgetown proved that they now yiold ten pounds Choice country BUTTER Fordsville Branch 1 13 General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio and strength his own story while we Bennett were united in marriage at the Heights the last resting place of the per head of very valuable wool and they Medium 7 8 16 20 r were talking of such things After his residence of the brides uncle Abe Ben- Â¬ author of Home Sweet Home Oak dress from twenty to twenty five pounds Creamery TIME TABLE No 10 saas second child was born his wife was nett at Chenault Sept 12th at 2 oclock Hill is without doubt the most remarka Eer quarter They are represented as very hardy and early maturing Fresh TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 1897 10 grievously afflicted For ten years and p m RbV Metcalf officatlng The wed- Â¬ able cemetery in the world It contains and fattening very readily They aro FEATHERS more he has bsen just as you are in re- ding was yery quiet yet a pretty one thirty acres of ground occupying the said to be proof against foot ret that is Prime white gooio- Bast Bound Train 14 West Bound Trains Daily Dally Mixed Dally Dally lation to your beloved Depression is only a few near relatives witnessed the highest point on Georgetown Heights they are not subject to it 20 ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun SO foreign to him Life is one continuous occasion No 5 No 1 An Ohio breeder has lately made an Old 1 duck Tho bride was dressed in and tho formation of the grounds repre- Â¬ No 2 No No 00 1060am Lv lrvlnoton Ar 9o0am courtship and as middle age creeps on cream trimed in cream lace and velvet sents a huge bowl with a steep descent experiment in crossing sheep breeds POULTEY 11 25 Garfield 8 00 Safety be grows moro and more into the habit The groom is a farmer of Roberta bottom on all sides to the bottom below and so Upon two flocks of equal numbers of Hem per lb Comfort 1140 Ilarned 7 42 JJ grade Rambouillet ewes he crossed re- Â¬ Spring Chlekeni per do 1147 Junction 7S7 lu of showing little delicate attentions that After the ceremony they and their guests deep that the tops of the tallest trees in spectively pure 1165 bred Dorset and South- Â¬ Ducks per lb llardlnsburg 7 27 6 7 12 10pm are precious to her aching heart and retired to the dining room to dine the valloy below do not reach the top or down rams for the purpose of raising Geese per dot 7 17 Junction i 00 12 25 Kirk 702 Louisvilis Evansville yocal of his faithful devotion What is After dinner they left for the grooms rim of the bowl A piece is broken out butchers lambs The result was that 1235 Jolly POTATOES 650 12 65 the ewes crossed with the Dorset rams Irish per barrel new Glcndcane 630 1 8001 85 he gaining Honor among men repu Â¬ home to a nice reception from Chen- Â¬ on the northeast side and affords good produced 88 Dempster 6 20 lambs while those crossed New La JOS arFallsItougblv 60S drainage tation for probity ault with the Southdowns produced 87 lambs Sweet potatoes per bbl 50 0 1 45 Dempster S 44 could bring many more cases to ill- Â¬ From tho bottom there are walks cut and each flock of lambs was made to From store J to 6 eta higher I 165 Bock vale 5 38 205 Iluth 6f0 Fait Mall Line Between ustrate various points of my argument in the sides with an ascent of easy grade weigh on tne average 40 pounds each at Nary Beam per bushel Etands at the Head 215 Askins 6 25 74 days old ROOTS 2 SO Oaks because I often receive confidences in Sin Aug J Bogel the leading druggist of to tho top Many notable persons are Qlnieng Mitchell Twenty five years ago Louisville relation to such matters but I must de Â¬ Shreveport La says Evansville 25om ArKordsvillelv RQCam 22 Dr Kings New burled here Not far from the east gate growing was first commencedwhen sheep Senlca Snake in Montana Pink of the cemetery on a sloping bank of a ny myself the space 1 Discovery is the only thing that cures my STEAMERS there wore less than 6000 sheen in the 20 terraco lies a large weather stained sand Â¬ State and the wool although it brought Yellow cough and it is the best seller I have Louisville H endersonSt Louis RyCo Wild dinger 6 Love will find an outlet As the sap J F Campbell merchant of Safford stone slab with the following inscrip forty cents per pound was of a coarse Lady Slipper E G KAGON S 3STO tow graae wmen wouiu uaruiy and a May Apple moves within the tree forcing it into fo- Â¬ Ariz writes ax FM Ryan Master W A Bishop Pnner Dr Kings New Discov- Â¬ tion Blood buyer in the present markets Now there JX liage so true love is bound to display ery is all that is claimed for it j it never more than 1000000 sheep in the State are FIE Lb SEEDS TARASCON v The repository of Lorenzo Dow who itself If kept from degradation it will falls and is a sure cure for Consumption and Montana wool is classed as among Timothy per authel was born In Coventry Connecticut Octo 140 Tnlttug Effect D L Penny Master L T Conner Power ber iSlh 1777 A Christian is the highest swell up your heart with good will Coughs and Cold 1 cannot say enough the best in the world Owing to the Clorer per bushel 415 type of man Died February nd 1871 2 50 At 630 oclck A 2f Sunday Uaj 30 1837 drought troubles in Australia tne Mon Â¬ Crimson Clorer per bushel toward the world your world and tho for its merits age it Dr Kings New Discov Â¬ TELL CITY SO tana wool growers anticipate etlll higher Red Top pej bushel hopeless misery of its sweltering crowds ery for Consumption Couglia and Colds Orchard Qrass per bushel 110 TTssI Bound Traim ICatt Bound ftain R II Ballard Master W B Newbell Purser prices for vtool in 1808 Blue Grass fancy ptr bushel No man can havo lofty love for a woman is not an experiment 85 Near the entrance at the east gate and It has been tried The demand for sheep to feed is re- Â¬ Blue Grass extra per bushel 41 42 without making the world better Love for a quarter of a century and tc day on the highest ground near the D STAGGS 43 41 ported as very strong at Jackson Mich Onion Sets Yellow per bushel 2 50 Mail Mail ia the key to tho enigma of our relations Bxprs Hxprs STATIONS KapraA Kxpr gothic chapel with its stained glass The Inquiry comes from every direction White 3 50 stands at the head It never disappoints Dally except Saturday between LouIitIU SIDES to our fellows It breaks down selfish Free trial bottles at A R Fishers Drug windows and arched doorway is a circu- Â¬ and is a good sign for farmers and feed- Â¬ Green rood Dally Dally and New Amsterdam 1 Dally Dally ness and releases gentleness kindness Store 4 tOpin lar plot covered with fragrant flowers ers would not want to tackle a business Dry Bait good 7 30am IvUan Freight hipped by this line delivered qutok 1J ptar 12 aipm 77 83 43pa in these hard times unless there was a Dry flint good 7 43 OUJ Kentucky St pity The spiritual faculties under the n zu 16 and bods from the center of which arises show of profit in it er than by rail 818 fisr West Point UeOam 665 The cheapness of 8 SI fisl Howard stimulus of the softer sex show forth in 1145 the marble monument of John Howard feed the advance in the price of wool Sheep skins Travelers will find the steamers are new THE TOBACCO CROP 661 5 48 82 Wlllowdale 1183 WOOL 645 thoughtfulneas and the physical powers passed In equipment and aeoommodaUoM and the Increasing demand for mutton Tub washed Payne On the south face is inscribed Sn3 8 35 llock Haven 1118 8 49 8 42 6 00 Long Branch 1121 have encouraged many to look about for Urease One The best culinary aro employed as cooks aad run more naturally to deeds of good Local Buyers Survey the Field Loss 634 1 609 8 SI Brandenburg 1112 626 stock sheen So far not many have come Barry he menu Is equal to that of the beet hotelT In mcmoi ry of John Howard Payne 8 69 618 Your beloved has shown you your InKkron by Frost Heavy 1102 618 nnthnr of Home Sweet Home in from the ranges and those who are Black 62d born 907 Guston 10 6J 610 deneral offloei 176 and 178 4th Areas completeness without her and much June oth 179 died Apri 9th iSja 9 IS 0 83 say that such sheep are wanted at Barry and CoU Irvlngton 1045 6 03 10 iic Eosted Louisville 661 92J Webster 10 37 more can she show you of duty to the 660 this year and bo will be compara- Â¬ MrSOKLLANKOUS Owensboro Messenger 8aJ 9 31 Lodlburg 5 42 loat Tallow 707 world and its need of loye actively The west faco bears the carving of tively scarce at market 9 32 DL PENNY Pierce 1020 Some of the tobacco buyeis of the city WWHITK 84 Beeswax 712 9 43 Sample 1015 630 Supt worked into its mass Show me any have been out in the county making a books scroll and lamp encircled by a 720 Borghum Molasses Yt 081 Stephensport 0 07 622 A Care for Bilious Oolio 7 24 9M3 O V WlLUAMB T P A 10 02 Addison man Catholic Protestant or Agnostic survey of the crop since the Monday wreath of palm On the north face we 518 FLOUR QrVJ 727 HoU 9S9 515 Resource Screven Co Ga I have nigh grade patent 7 39 0 2S 1011 who ia trying to better hi day back night frost and they report that the loss read Cloverport Owensboro Ky 943 603 Shops 9 40 been subject to attacks of bilious colic Biraigni ratent no 7TU 1014 somewhere in his heart will be found is very great and will amount to many 1023 SMllman Low Qradet 927 4 60 Sure when the gentle spirit fled 804 for several years Chamberlains Colic 1035 Hawesville 017 the image of a woman to nerve him thousands of dollars They say that the ICO OOKN To realms beyond the azure dome 812 0 43 Petrle 9 0J Cholera and DIarrbcea Remedy is the No 1 Mixed at it ore With arms outitrelched the anicls said She may be of flesh and blood or she Messengers report of tho loss was not at 31 818 0 49 Falcon 903 only sure relief It acts like a charm No J White Welcome tn Heavens Home Sweet 827 Lewisport 33 864 419 may be the Immaculate one who so all overdrawn and Mr J O Massle of 41UIIIV Ono dose of It gives relief when all other 833 1106 OATS Waltman 413 8 4J 1114 Powers many millions venerate In either case the Massle firm says that there is not remedies fall G D Siunr-- For sale NoJWblt 838 14 863 11 21 Jot Pates 827 363 33 The eastern face Is embellished with by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A No 3 00 11 tSam his bet nature is set free and he becomes over 20 per cent of a crop in Daviess Owensboro 818 344 t Mixed OaU Shellman Stephensport 018 1146pm 31 Mattlngly 807 333 laurel wreath enclosing a harp en- or the dear woman he loves in very county when allowance is made for the No J 8 21 Griffith 31 802 839 023 Stanley Â¬ WHEAT truth ber warrior out in the world keep shortage caused by the drouth and the 768 324 032 1202 Bucklene Amlot Salve Worthington 762 No 2 Long Berry 320 9 l 1209 ing dUIbIms the trust she reposes Iff frost There will be acres of the frozen Heads 7 45 313 NuJRed 08 647pm 1217 Tub Dest 8alvb In the world for Outa no 3 Spottsville 738 hlaa 307 tobacco which will be left in the fields Si 9SW 1221 Bassctt 7 31 nrulsen Sores Ulcere Salt flheam FeÂ¬ 10 lOom 12 40nm RYE r HanHorintv lfom 301 as it will not pay the expenses of mar Â¬ 6m ver Sores Tetter Chapped Haaik Chil Â¬ No 3 Western HijgosUo ts T n ia these articles keting but many poor farmer is going If My 4I nd4 me tonnectlou at Ir ONIONS blain Corns and all Skia ErnpUoM regarding your to market it for what it may bring as Aro uracil In little t always kavti stiMwj and postlvel y cures Piles or no pay re Â¬ Per barrel 180 Branch BACON luiBrH Hfc wHi tli woiaAB yew Uye do they have nothing else from which to ready efficient latlsfac quired It guaranteed to give perfect unly line running Parlor Cars betweea Iml toryipreventacoUcr fever Vll e Owensboro and Henderson 7 eatUisvetioB or ssMMy retasvM VriM Otaa fib MttaewkiMw uu Atutuu I differ ffw realise any sad It will cost them Curt alt Uver Ills slek head to tae Woith and East Ut ttM For 36 swats lattMf lnfossaaHesi Jsuwiee eouatUntlon ate call en wadare Assets or MM It U JMt possible tbt wUsr x- - othiBg to market it except their labor acne ooly nils to ukawiu HoodsPrice M cettU Fiabar per box Jf t Balk nr A R OWa Ue aetata The ktoMparllla Lard in rWfeM HCTMORDUBAOl a To Youko Men in Love 4th article As panta the hunted hart for the wa Â¬ ter brooks so does the souls of some of you yearn to hear the uniting ceremony Often you feel as though there were nothing good in the world if complete knowledge of your beloved is denied Be careful or grasping selfish you passions will besmirch your present joy- Â¬ ous journey and you will be like some gluttonous youth stuffing himself with unwholesome eatables indifferent to the beauty and history of the scenery ns he passes it perlence enables mo to sco a little further than you I will leavo the subject in this way Select in your neighborhood a thoughtful kindly happy man whose home seems to be 1ib hearts treasure and ask for his answer to the question I have placed beforo you How shall tho joy the spirit of sacrifice tho stimulus to effort that is found In courtship bo con- Â¬ Tho question tinued after marriage is worthy of an answer as you are at present full of happiness and to think of any other condition gives you a sink- Â¬ Ills answer because ing sensation human nature in its broad details is much the Bamo everywhere will pracÂ¬ tically confirm these articles But beÂ¬ ing delivered by a living voice ho may have more power to convlnco you I shall bo well content for I have made you think a little more deoply than be- Â¬ fore of a subject supremely interesting to you and it has been done in a way that seldom appears in print and is rarely spoken of The reason of the latter si- Â¬ lence is that the man who is happy in his affection has a natural fear of derision should ho praise tho glories of love in the presence of thoso who gloat only over its shame A prosperous journey to you all twined by one of Ivy Tho monument is surmounted by a life size bust Of the poet which is said to be an excellent likeness Tho expres- Â¬ sion of tho features and the eyes give to the cold marble a life like appearance The entire wbrk is artistic and substan Â¬ tial ami was the gift of Mr W W Cor- Â¬ coran Washingtons great philanthro- Â¬ pist Just without tho circle lying flat on tho ground is tho original slab brought from its original resting place In Tunis and which marked his lonely grave in that far off land Tho slab is broken now but tho inscription is plain The American coat of arms In a circle is carved on top beneath which we read In memory of Col John Howard Payne twice American consul of the United States for tho city and kingdom Tunis this stone Is here placed by a gratoful country Ho died at tho American consulate after a tedious lllnees April 1 1852 Ho was born in the city of Boston Moss June 8 1703 flis famo as a poet and dramatist is well known wherever the English language is spoken through Home Sweet his celebrated ballad Home The hearts of tho American people are moved by the sentiment and eulogy implied in tho words of his song Be it over so liumblo there is no place like home As I stood beside his tomb in the gloom and silence of a graveyard and read the beautiful sentiment embraced in the above written verso that seemed to be a passport for him from earth to Heavens Homo Sweet Home unbidden tears dimmed my eyes J W Compton rtk1 to- iCaflr43l fri fr2o s cvSfr fAever 0iCIV taj a oav- - CO KENTUCKY k Staitat Agiiti VrfrtVW w t We itiim1l BEST TRAIN Kansas Utah City Montana HonectHd Fertilizer Company and Oil Canpany Standard Dealers In VUTnffuW - w r ier t InOttt t ZS MXAlc JTS ntW Colorado Pacifib Coast Doors Bash Blinds Yellow Tine Floor lng and Colling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement WaslngtonMa Black Hills VIA- - Laths Flastor Plastering Hair Flow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnlstiedfsr Buildings and Building Material St Paul Nebraska mi cAVW ffifl35W3rVj JSjsss lMl t rissVl fcJ St Louis or Chicago BANK ss HASOTSBTJRG J H Hiinsclie The TAILOR Â¬ Â¬ Will be in port on the 2d and 4th Friday df every month YOUR FORTUNE Casper with Â¬ HOW TO TRAVEL yHGlSSriyOEBHBit fist B Â¬ W RY Henderson Route -- Â¬ h Â¬ I d Packet Line 1 and Â¬ TIME SCHEDULE 4 Â¬ P Â¬ f Â¬ i i 1 V ipiM6l H LJI IIJ 8 Pills ch k sinf LouierUto t Wtrrz iL7 -- sty assfeal H flllWWWfppiarr v S555 r1 vww -- V i riiTTUT THK BRROKEUStRIDGEl NElttfB OIxOVBiRPOnr l News 20 1807 Breckenridge UHEIST - REID Â¬ WEDEN8DAY HEPTEMBER i ruiiiiyresuiiai Mr Fenl Owen Monday of m2sf Beautiful Wedding of a Promi- j tero Local Brevities THE Watch our window Sulzers 6eo our line of slilrta Suiters Just keep your eye on Sulzers See our lino of fall ties 8u1zerB Look out for Llshens now wagon See our line of golf caps Sulzbrs OjrBtera served In any ntyle at the City Dflkory nent Couple EVENT OF THE SEASON lleaodune wa Mn Mary Arnold of Oweniboro her snot Mn Frank Slefrted ti vlilttng Alias LaFayette Lnlielst and Mr tlirop Tracy Rcld the Con- Â¬ tracting Parties La Childrens lunch boskets 10 cents at SuzrS 7 Frcah oysters and celery at tho City BakeryGood tender meat always comes from - Llshens w Still they go the 2000 guns for 12 00 at Sulzers Yard of roses yard of Tansies in nice frame Sulzers Nico lino of winter underwear men and boys Sulzers If in the market fresh and good Lish en will bo eyre to have it L Green of Falls of Hough sold to Horace Smith 17 short horn heifers for 400 Quilting all tho go we are the head quarters for nil kind of material Sul zsrs Tz v K- - - 5 t KS 1 rrK Iti Jt fc Freh every morning doughnuts rolls and assorted cakes of all kinds at the City Bakery Hav Donald M Grant will preach in the Presbyterian church Sunday morn Â¬ ing at 11 oclock Dr Powell and daughter Miss Nannie of Collinsville III are the guests of Mr and Mrs E B Oglesby - Julius Sippel proprietor of the City Bakery says his sales of bread in this city last week reached 1100 loaves The ladies of the Baptist church cleared 10 at their cake sale Saturday which was held in F N Dalluys store Prince Autumn now holds sway at His royal highness invites our store you to come in and inspect his subjects Sulzers Donald M Grant will continue his studies in Theology at the Louisville Theological Seminary The term opens Friday Oct 1 Z T Proctor of Grayson county was nominated by the Republicans at West Point yesterday for Circuit Judge in this district Prayer meeting at the Methodist church Thursday evening at 730 Lead by S G Shelly a Rev T V Jones will not arrive by that time On account of Holiday the Fair One prica storo will be closed for one day Oct 0 07 but ready for business again the following morning Mr John T Compton of Axtel this county was in the city yesterday his first visit in ten years He said he hard ly recognized the old town Llghtfoot have The firm of Miller Mrs Lghtfoot dissolved partnership having retired All indebted to the firm pleasa call at once and settle Rev Donald M Grant left this morn Â¬ ing for Louisville to attend the fall meet- Â¬ ing of Presbytery which opened at the Warren Memorial church last night You have the pleasure of knowing when eating bread purchased from the City Bakery that it is made from the well known Columbia brand of flour Hardin dentist of Branden Â¬ Wilder burg will be in Irvington to day Wed Â¬ nesday and tomorrow All those wish Â¬ ing first class dentistry should call on them yharllt Elder sayB he planted twelve acres of tobacco this year It will make Last year he says about 0000 pound he made on the same ground 12000 pounds Wave Mattingly died at his fathers residence in Hardinsburg Sunday night of consumption He had only been ill for a short time and was a prominent young man of that place Yesterday morning Marshall Hall ar- Â¬ rested a woman possibly 50 years of age for being drunk and disorderly She was one of the hardest looking characters that has ever struck town Rev T Y Jones who is appointed to fill the pulpit in the Methodist church is a preacher of ability and a most ex- Â¬ cellent man Cloverport is fortunate to have him as ono of her ministers Miss Ilia Richardson daughter of Mr W W Itichardson of Louisville is with Miss Jennie Warfleld Miss Itichardson acted as bridesmaid in the LaUeist Held nuptials of last evening Rev I B TJmberlake of New Albany tie preacned a inu is in ine cuy most excellent sermon Sunday night at the Elm St M E church which wm heard by a large congregation vhe brightest and happiest counten Â¬ ance ever worn by man was that of Mr Edward E Kissam on last Thursday Sept 23 It was a bouncing boy the flret James Edward is his name Â¬ The Louisville Dental Parlors 511 Fourth avenue Louisville Ky over the Avenue Theatre is a reliable and first Each operator is an class institution expert in his line There is a lady attendant always on hand and some of our best people can testify to the very atkfactory work done for them at moder Â¬ ate prices JLiavlttlori are out announcing the wrrlaeol Mr A A Richardson to ta Misa Lala M Norton both of Garfield to oeew Ttwwlay Octobar 5th 1807 at Mm WWs home Mr Rtefeardaoa la aaa M Braekaaridge countys moat aab ataatial traaiaasN man aad bltfhly con Mated Miaa Norton la qalU hwuitUul poaaeaaad with ebarmiag maunars and p UDMf WW UIMU Ono of tho largest and prettiest wed- Â¬ dings tver witnessed ip Cloverport was the marriage- - at 8 oclock last evening of Miss LaFayette LaHeist to Mr Lathrop Tiacy Reld at the Elm strcot Methodist church The church was decorated in potted plants and golden rod and presented a thoroughly attractive and effective ap pearance The arrival of the wedding party was announced by the beautiful strains of the wedding chorus from Lohengrin sung by twenty young ladies with Miss Ida White as organist The groomsmen came in first being led through the cen- Â¬ ter aisle of the church by Dr A A Si He mons who dlil it most gracefully was followed by the other groomsmen They were who walked two together Messrs Eugene Vest and Hal Murray Chas White and Fred Fralze Victor Bowmer and Orvlllo Skillman Jas Fisher and Jas Skillman Chas Moor- Â¬ men and Will Reid coming in the or- Â¬ der named and forming a semicircle on either side of the altar Then the groom appeared with his best man Mr James Gormly of Bucyrus Ohio who took their places just in front of the chancel Then came the bridesmaids led by Miss- Â¬ es Lula Owen and Linnle DHuy follow- Â¬ ed by Misses Ilia Richardson and Lizzie Skillman Georgia White and JosieRaltt Jennie Warfleld and Ore Leigh Mayme These Griffith and Elizabeth Bowmer stood just in front of the groomsmen forming a double semicircle Little Jane and Ella Smith sisters of the bride as flower girls came in next The pret- Â¬ ty Miss Francis Smith immediately preceeded the bride who entered upon tho arm of her step father Dr F M Smith looking sweetly modest and charming and joined the groom at tho altar Rev I B Timberlake of New Albany pronounced the beautiful Episcopal wed- Â¬ ding ceremony in a most impreesive manner and as the words fell from his lips that gave to a noble true hearted man a faithful loving wife one chapter in the old story ever now was ended another begun The lover became the husband the sweetheart the wife and the sweetness of the first relationship is but a faint forecast of what the latter may become The brides gown was of pure white moire velour with real lace She wore no veil The wore a pink organdie and tho bridesmaids white Paris muslin over different muslin making a rainbow effect They carried pinks and white roses It was indeed a beautiful scene the prettinees of the bridesmaids enhanced by becoming dresses for whom the handsome groomsmen formed an effect- Â¬ ive background and the whole an appropriate sotting for a charming bride and a splendid looking bridegroom Miss LaHeist needs no introduction in Cloverport as she has spent all of her life here and has always been a favorite She has visited too in many Kentucky towns where by her gracious manner and many accomplishments she has made herself deservedly popular Hav Â¬ ing an unusually sweet voice which has received the best of cultivation besides an attractive personality she has been especially welcome wherever she has gone and a crodit to her mother who was Mies Mattie Board in her girlhood a noted Western Kentucky beauty and belle Her father Mr LaFayette La Heist was a descendant of an aristocrat- Â¬ ic French family and her ancestors on both sides were among the earliest set- Â¬ tlers and best citizens of Cloverport while she is one of the charming old towns fairest daughters Mr Reid is a native of Bucyrus Ohio his father being a wealthy grain mer- Â¬ chant of that place and has been since he came to Kentucky nine years ego an employe of the L II St L railroad He is a nephew of Messrs A M and J K McCracken the managers of the By bis geniality and many hon Â¬ road orable qualities Mr Reid has made a number of friends since he came to Clo- Â¬ verport whoso people claim him as one of them After the wedding service at the church a reception was given at the brides home to which a largo number of invitations had been issued and those present experienced charming hospitali Â¬ ty and a most delightful entertainment The house was prettily decorated in golden rod and all the bridesmaids and groomsmen assisted In receiving Mr and Mrs Reid will leave this morning for Louisville where they will spend a day and then they will go to Nashville where Mrs Reid has been asked to sing at the Centennial After spending a snort wniie in Nashville they will go for a months visit to Mr Raids parents in Bucyrus Ohio The Nxws extends congratulations and best wishes Â¬ maid-of-honmald-of-honÂ¬ Mn lei Fetter and children returned to Lontirllle their boms lilt Taeiday Mill Miggle Ilhodet of Irrlogton U the gaeit of her eoniin Mln Florence Lewli of Loulirllle Mr D W William ipent 8lurJj tnd Sunday tn Holt the gueit of Mlit Nellie Uurki Mn W M Mattingly after a plceiantrltlt to her parend Mr and Mn Thoi Lewli hn returned to her home In Hardlniburg Mr Alfred Taylor and family of Roietta arrived tn the city yeiterday evening They will be the gueiti of relatives and frienda while here Mn Elvira Babbage after an extended vlelt to her daugter Mn Kllia Taylor of Ronetta and frienda In Louisville oame home Sunday night Mlai Helen Armstrong haa returned from the Flli of Rough where aho hat been visit Â¬ ing Mls Jennie Ureen tayt the Loulivllle Pott The latter will tpend the winter In Loulivllle attending school W D Weill of Wblteivllle and W E Whitley of Oweniboro were In the city Mon Â¬ day They were here with the view of pur ehailng tobacco In thlt county If the cr p turned out any wayt favorable Courtney P Rabbago who haa been working In Loulivllle came homo Saturday night q ilte tlok He hat tyraptomt of typhoid fe ver Hit wife and two aont Uambleton and Charley are alio tick with chilli Â¬ GLENDEANE Mattingly Hotel is bright with Its new coat of paint Mr Westerfiold paints the new butcher shop this week Miss Magoje Lewis of McDanlels will assisit Miss Alma Mattingly this week Twenty six children took the first com- Â¬ munion at Long Lick church Sunday They will be confirmed in October Mr and Mrs TPHardaway of Bewley ville came down Saturday to visit Mrs D C Moorman They will also visit re Frank Peyton at Falls of Rough Mrs Georgi Willis an invalid for years died suddenly last Thursday The sad summons to hasten home came to two of her children at school Sue was buried near her homo Dr Moorman of Irvington vas here lost week on a professional visit MlssBeuIah Bennett Irvington and Mrs Wayne of Daviess county visited at Mr Jesso L Owens lait week Mies Lena Hensley of Hardinsburg spent Saturday and Sunday with Mies Irene Board Mrs Dick O wen accompanied by Master Harrv Moorman left Monday for tho Nashville Exposition Mrs W R Moorman is visiting her pa- Â¬ rents at Millwood this week She will also attend tho Association in session over there No no we dont doubt Brer Babbages democracy not one bit Hes tried and true And friends Isnt he pursuing the right course in keeping the News pure and free from violent vituperative scurrilous attacks Mud slinging and personal insults are getting rarer in campaigns Our editor Is right Why for the next two months say hard things and offend feelings of good people till the next four years wilt not heal these useless wrongs We are none the lees of our politics by being careful not to offend the enemy Were friends and kinsmen together and should be consid- Â¬ erate of each others feelings though there is no compromising politics Members of tho Rock Lick church aro going to fence the building before the Bishops visit next month Mattinglvs moved their sawmill to Mr Ferd Owens this week Several young mules were sold to Grayson county men at from 30 to 40 each last week Mr Lewis Ashey will supply people with tobacco seed next year He has about 1500 seed plants in full bloom His tobacoo field presents a fhwery appearance Â¬ Â¬ Hnrdln has a fine voice makes a good speech and leaves a flao impression Editor Babbage is going tho rounds collecting adding new names and en- Â¬ joying himself immensely Utopia turned out in forco and her fair daughters received many compli- Â¬ ments from the scoro Of candidates Messrs Bob Jolly and Chintz Royalty aro with their cards contain ing announcements and photographs Let all the candidates do this Thero wero a great many ladies in at Â¬ tendance and all seemed to enjoy the afternoon The crowd was too big for Utopia Hall Perfect bo the arove near by was used order prevailed Driskell and Harmon led in neat speeches Cyrus Miller drove down from Har- Â¬ dinsburg with his fair cousin Miss Lzzlo Miller Sheriff Pate was here collecting taxes and talking to the girls Sherman Ball and Reubon Miller and Johnnie Haswell wero styled tho hand some trio Young Mr Dockery of McDanlels was here to hear the candidates Gus Brown can make more faces get into moro shapes use more earnestness and send conviction farther than any other man of the set Burton the only the original the or- Â¬ atorical Basterfield is in his happiest mood and is saying some excellent things but Dick Owen has running qualities that will place the coveted office in Democratic hands Twenty six candidates took dinner at the Mattingly House At night they scattered and tackled the dear voters in their homes Thoy told us that they had the best ordorand the closest attention hero that they had had anywhere in the canvass Sherman Ball and John Haswell should make a canvass in Coloindo or some other womans suffrage state They hardly notice tho voters tliemaler here Dick Owen received more applause than anybody else John Beeler is a capital hand at mak Â¬ ing gestures Burtons suggestion that the school children take lessons in the rudements of elocution was good Buttons originality and happy ex- Â¬ pressions are enjoyed even when they are against you But my I hes an awful Republican though he does argue him Â¬ self entitled to Populiets votes A To those living S3 IT ALWAYS PAYS TO TRADE AT SULZERS in malarial districts Tutts Pills arc indispcnsiblc they keep the system in perfect order and are OUR STORE an absolute cure Tutts for sick headache indigestion malaria torpid liver constipa- Â¬ tion and all bilious diseases Liver Pills Now assuming hor Pall garb Queen Summer has abdigatod hor throne Frinco Autumn now reigns in her stead Every moment can bo plac- Â¬ ed with a profit Oome and see make yourself at home his praises to Dr Lon Moorman of Irvine ton wliose treatment has given him the long sought relief Miss Maggie Blanche Jolly went off visiting Wednesday night Womens Missionary Society met in the Methodist Church Wednesday P M A good attendance and excellent meeting Quito a quantity of apples is being ship Â¬ ped fromMeado county now Apples aro selling at Guston for 100 per barrel Mr and Mis Frank Bllsset of Jefferson county are tho guests of their pa Â¬ rents Mr and Mrs Georga Bllsset Mies Blance Jolly returned from her vis- Â¬ it at Chonault Friday Mrs Alonzo Bennett and Mrs George Paul weio the guests of Mrs Morton Friday Prof Allen Stith has given up his farm ing and begins a school at Persimmon Flat Monday Sept 27 Â¬ Â¬ Busy Mothers clothes come let us show you line which for cheapness and dnrnbility cnnnot be beat n Dark Prints No matter what you want in this line you will find the pret- Â¬ tiest patterns and the price is right up to city prices Come sec our line Dont worry about the boys Blankets Slaking preparations for Old Crimp to keep out hts old cold icy breath you can easily do it see how small an amount that will stand him ofT till spring Cloaks than ever The long hot spell has given the cloak trade a set back so our manufacturer has not been hurried to fill our order Of course this gives bet ter workmanship and neater fits They arc now on the road and when they get here you want to see the display Â¬ Â¬ As usual our display of Clonks and Wraps will be greater Shoes See our line of Childrens School Shoes inspect our line of Mens Working and Dress Shoes and take a peep at the new ideas in Ladies Shoes you will agree with us the assortment cannot be beaten Â¬ Miss Mary Blanford one of our nicest sweetest girls is away at Glendeano at Â¬ tending school Her place in our midst refuses to be filled but our loss Is to bo her gain so we grant her our sincere good wishes for success Golden Rod Dont You Want to make your homes look bright and cheerful dtiting the winter months Come How about some Drapery and some pretty Rugs council with our clerks maybe we can hetp you at a small cost CASTOR I A For Infants and Children Til f -l- ees vrifjir iviry feD WANTS Miscellaneous small advertisements Wanted For Sale Lost Found Etc insetted tinder this head at the uniform rate ol une cent a word eaih insertion 100000 poles and hoops hickory hickory and oak tierce and pork For further information apply to CHAS MAY West end Iron Ilridge Cloverport Ky 41 Shellman -- Co KY- HBVINGTON COST Mar- Â¬ WANTED syrups AES SELLING AT PIEST the old stock whch they recently purchased of J T shall consisting of Progressive House this week the News representative had an occasion to drop in an Inspect the saddlery shop of Mr Frank Haswell There to his sur- Â¬ prise found the most complete assort- Â¬ ment in every detail of that class of goods ever handled in Cloverport His line of harness comprising- - many differ Â¬ ent styles could not be of better make which is all strictly hand work There is on exhibition a double barhess which is simply the work of art and should be seen by every farmer and user of that kind of goods The time had been when nearly everyone was compelled to seek other points for their purchases in this respective line That day has now passed At his establishment you will find every articlo pertaining to this branch of business The News takes pleasure in stating that no other place will you get better treatment fairer dea- Â¬ lings and more satisfactory prices If you contemplate making any purchases your time will not be lost in examlng Mr Harwells stock of harness saddles col- Â¬ lars collar pads bridles c In going the rounds received me SEALED IUDS will be Tar Fcrk byCreek for a bridge over near Pisgah church in this county untlll the Sth day ol Oct 18V7 Said bids to be opened at the October term of the Fiscal court and to be subject to the order of that court for acceptance or rejection Plans ard Specifications on file in thn Cnuntv Judges office In Hardinsburg K IM M1LIKII 10mm Hardlniburg Ky Sept and 1S97 4t Dry floods and Clothing Boots Shoes and Notions 140 our price Table Oil Cloth former price 20c yd our price 14c Mens Fine Calf Shoes Lace or Congress good values former price 1 10 our price 75c Arbuckles Caftec 13c Nice lot of Queensware 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 40c to Coats equally as cheap We cant name all the good Bargains we have Come and sec for yourself Wantkd 5000 bushtls peat ties ol all kinds 1000 bushels damsons Send ample of peachrs you have to sell Prepay charges all railroads and steamboats innke special Ireight rate on fruit Addrths Illue Uruss Canning Company Owens boio Ky Womans Kid Shoes pat leather tip former price 1 AUAuitt ciuTomco lot You RMWOOILKY M Pryor 8t MD Why Rent When Can Own 1 farm when you get through Tho land Â¬ lord has your money and the farm at the We offer you Ohio end of the year River Bottom landin Ballard county one of the best counties in Kentucky on the You rent year after year and have no followingreasonable terms SHELLMAN i CO CO UTOPIA NOTES Miss Mary Peyton Falls of Rough entered school Monday Ollie Hoskins little daughter of Perry Hoskins was sick last week and away from school The patrons are putting a side walk from town to the schoolhouse This is an improvement much needed Miss Eva Hensley and Messrs John Has well and T Harmon were among our visitors last week The gentlemen gave good talks at general examination Thurs day morning Miss Mary Stanfords recitation was the feature of Fridays literary Robert Moorman Miss Mary Moor- Â¬ man and Henry Moorman deserve men Â¬ tion for specially good work the first month of school Medal offers are made to the school this week Two of our f inner winners Robert Moorman and Paul Ddmprter excluded from tho contest Their friends will see from coming reports that their standing will be good equal to the best without free silver or sound money gold medals Miss Bessie Moorman was absent latt week on account of sickness We have a good graduating class this the largest weve ever had Â¬ 700 00 Total cost of 50 acres This land produced the past season of 1890 80 bushels of com per acre and 5 Public Spcaklnj acres of Early Rose Potatoes produced The candidates for the State Senate in 2000 bushels or 400 bushels to the acre the Tenth Senatorial District will speak 10 acres of Yellow Prior Tobacco made an ayerage of 1200 lbs to the acre which at the following times and places brought in the market 5 for leaf and Hancock County lugs acre of late cabbage brought 50 Hawesvllle Monday Oct 4 sold at Cairo Oct 5 Patesviile Tuesday You can raieo twlco as much on a good bottom farm as in the hills and your Pellvllle Wednesday Oct 0 land dont wash away or wear out Chambers Thursday Oct 7 There has been uo drouth in Ballard Tenses naay uct county this year and tho crops are splen Â¬ Lewisport Saturday Oct 9 did They are good every year BrecKenridgo County We have good farms for tale on long Hardinsburg Monday Oct 11 time at bargains in Dayless Ohio and Cloverport Wednesday Oct 13 McLean counties cheaper than anyone Rook Vale Thursday Oct 14 else will sell you Wo will exchange McDanlels Friday Oct 15 anv farm we have for others Uewleyvllle Saturday Oct 10 For plat and further particulars apply Mooloyville Monday Oct 18 to L titKKMAN Little ovt Bank Com Garfield Tuesday Ost 20 214 merce or Huon A Williams Meade County Third Street Owensboro Ky 19 Wolf Creek Tuesday Oct Paynesville Wedue aday Oct 20 Guston Thursday Oct 21 Flaherty Friday Oct 22 Garnettsville Saturday Oct 23 Brandenburg Monday Oct 25 Â¬ Our fall line of wraps are tho pick from a large cloak concern See them before you make your purchase Sulzers acres at 1400 per acre Cash First Year COc per acre Second Year 1 00 per acre Third Year 2 00 per aero Fourth Year 2 50 per acre Fifth Year 511 00 per acre Sixth year 4 00 per acre SIX YEAH 1IAN CO 70000 00 2500 CO 00 10000 12500 150 00 200 00 WERE IN Â¬ THE For the Fall Trade with the Largest RACE Ever shown Freshest Fall Stock in the County Fall Clothing Shoes Hats Notions in Large Quantities and Positively the Handsomest Styles 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 Eleganue and Value W E BROWN Flowers Bloom Mrs E T Bandy of Union Star spent The 9S5 last Thursday and Friday with her daughter Mrs E A Kissam at the Mitchell house nifia- almlla W New ftftltUf CAfg BEWLEYVILLE OASTortxa1 City Bakery Hns entirely n New and Fresh Stock of Goods Your patronage desired Â¬ Ilea ivary We always give you pressed down oveiflowlrg measures of value for overy dollars worth you spond with us Sul Â¬ and fade away But we sell FRESII Grocer ies every day e5St Tu Facts Weve got a kind of Grocer- Â¬ ies that we cant KEEP the People WILL buy them zers Our store is a barsain Meld for prudent buyers Sulzers Cards are out announcing the marriage of Miss Georgia 1 Hawkins of Steph enaport to Mr W H Sargent of Fords vllle Ky Wednesday October Otb at 230 oclock p m lu the Baptiat church at Stephesaport Mr Lathiop Tracy Relds parents Mr and Mm William Kid arrived Monday froa BHcyrua Ohio there home to be preaeet at ttia marrlaaw of LaFayette Latitat tbaraaon to Ml last evening mi i THE CANDIDATES WEDNE9DAY CumhIi Cfcdr Catartlc ur aoeatlpeiloa foreree Mo K irOOOfkHruwUuruadaiaa7 XtlueaU Tmw Mowel With a jolly good looking good natured set A good crowd greeted t lera and enjoyed their speeches appeals foV votes anecdote Joket repartee In abort theyre a m set of good men and their coming makes a Sappy occaaioa for any neighborhood We feel that these aotaa should be added John Has well la the haadaoraeat tsaa Bill Minor the neat graceful wan Ruben and Gtteajaaatfoogtaaaa ad are drawing fealtum Mr Leunin l o of tba Xmt oreiore como of Theyve tba crowd W II Cain Jr will bo a grandjuror at Brandenburg this week Mr Elisha Smith bos the banner apple orchard Relatives of Mr D Johnson were guests of his family Sunday Mr Wm Cain got into a tussle with a mule one day last week Fortunately he out of it unhurt only creating a ca mall aasaalion Kov Gala who haa baaaaavarilvaflrilnt t i with hayfovar every aamwar ior a numbarof yaarflaliflgnoraUiffro4aany aonrof it now enthoaiaatieally rendering Fresh Breacl Delivered Daily Canned Goods Fresh and Wholesome GREGORY TwrvlHMlr X GIBSON f mkwridge Cirmit Cnwt Lunches Served until at night i 8 o clock h JO 7 0 Julius Sippel n j CoscarcU Candy Cathartic the moat wo pit Mri ul atloal dlncoverr of tlta a act and ratf saUla ty the laata set gMUy aud poalMvaly on kidney liver prf UwtU oolda oieatialmr Mm Mtlre ayaUm mm aoadauba fever habitual comUiwWm aoJ MhiiHM Pleeaa bur awl try a box of C UHtayiloua Woeau HektajJ guMUMed U ouni by all dnMOrUU dtl aa Notic Mirth McOluhln Eir PUIntir j LtiilaMcGlotMiVi CsDft Citte- AH pmm haviw cUIwi agaMt Mm Mr of Marti McfllotMaa 3ecotd ra trW aetlM U proJat thorn Mot ik twknlfui InTui at ak oc In tUnNMhari praftriy aroma aa or b r ta firtt Uy of Mtobar 1 Ohm aadai Ihb day of Aagurt iIm T 14 ViOlAneXaieMcucc ft- f- mmmmmtmmiBHlA fIi pW k Lk T Pa Breckenridoe News yF oHtHaMCM3i U 1 t I li out trontail tliAl limy will come quickly nl nrrlro llils week to vUlt licrcoiialn Mri It A Htnltli thrlr owner rnll Hclcct noxl noAionn ram now Tlio Arinora nro ImvInK enr lond of Jin WKDNHMUY 0KIVKMIIKII W 11107 well bred vlor com ulilppnd mm Ioulivllle TIiIa la a uro lie In a onil oii SWtEE nnd NtAto of nfTnlm oiu Ami not too young waMc 0 C IOwIh will receive nnotlior coulil krtnp noino 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cIiIHn nml roiiKh urlndliiK feelliiK of tho llda nnd without purHliiK I Tlie iiiiIkii hi optiiml In iimlti n Iho complexion Kood lunrnie olenr your nlulttliy npplylnttutberlnnda III oltl llmiiook Tlitt crtiiillditlrt mo nil leed hy nil denlem horl A llnyucn Knilln Mye tnlvo Tliounnnds of pooplo nrmtul with tlm Intent ol poll who never lind aoro oyca nno It to olenr tllttl Wrttfrtie tho nlht ixiul ntreiiKthen tho oyca 8TEPHEN8PORT William toinidudl In nmltlnit up liU Hliort A llnyiien IiIn week Tim miruliuiu ero In Wnler vejetnhlcH nnd money renrco In HnMer limn Imn IiIn utduliliorliood LYONIA In IiIn recoil been or minintliint Mm Norn leuuln hnn n linnet to her lloli Umli mild IiIn funu o Ml neren to The drouth continue tW paid homo In llnrdliietmrK John KvmiN eonsldpintliiii Mm J ivy Iluir In on the nick list II M VniiKhnuN Infivut child In rccov Mr lmilioxpioU to nutvit ftlOOduwn MIhx Jcnnlo lNdterfiou bna typhoid fe- Â¬ n couthy lllntw erluit roin lolVinttwpp illil mnm Mr thrlnt llcnt whipped n cur loud of ver Tlio nuluhhont wont In Friday nml Mr Julio W IyoiiN went to rnteavlllo cut Itolnnt DuWa totmwo tor him Ho lilnjjle to IaiuInvIIIo lnnt week IhnukN tlteiu or their Klnduein toward Klrhy lllnluo nhlpped n enr lond of Frldny Mr Tom Htout went to Howling Oreen luo ho Ium lxmu lino Iion to LoiiIhyIIIo Irntt week him In ninny way Kick Theodoro Mweley hnn nweplod n po thin week Mr A 0 Wright went to Cnunoltou Numlny wnn tin last day o lluMiuniter ulllitii with Hie Alhlu lo louUvlllo t lila week otumlny nvliwd wo hopo to m tlit Mm M Itlnlue ntleuded the Kvnn luw contlmto on until tho wenther lo Some ol the fnnnem nro nropnrlni to vine nlr lnt week nml will rolurn Tucn wiuea loo Imd or tlie pcoplo to turn dny now whent THEl BREOKNRIDGR NRWB OIxOVKRPORT KY MATTINQLY FCV PAPER YrlASiiDY An Abscess ityt It Kndd A Tht fultrjr dHfnmtr lliyt rowtd IhWr botl Bow lior Our Neighbors Kd tMnitr 1 1 einet muintut cn ol tlio Ituputtllcnn cnmlldntc mntle tlielr intirtuw In 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room and was I was advised to MIm Malo and Kills Hnmbloton went confined to my bed Ir try Hoods Barsaparllla and began taking to Oloverport Friday re It In three days I could sea n chango Undo Jack cut Auroral crops of to-Â¬ for tho bolter I kept on taking Hoods Inst woek reo of obnrgo bacco hero Barsaparllla until I had taken four bot- Â¬ Mr J D llixbbago o tho Nkws was tles and continued to improve I am now present nt the speaking Friday evening able to do a good days workon tho farm M B Mann Domossvlllo Kentucky W N lato bus roturnod rom Louis- Â¬ ville wliero bo Iim been on tho tnnrkot with a lot of stock W L Frank nnd Inmlly of Jolly Sta- Â¬ tion nro visiting his mother MrsaSarnh sold by Frank of this plnco alldniRRlsts Misses Ada nnd Noln Frnnk wont to It six for 98 Prepared only by tt I Hood Co Addison Bnturdny or n aw wooks stay l owcll Msss Oct Hoods and only Hoods are ttio best nrtcr dinncr with friends nnd relatives tlOOU S PillS pills aid digestion 26o who Is Mrs William Itynn Tr Creek sulTerlng with a cancer Is no better Her hlmsolf with a wheat dontb Is expected at nny tlino drill n plonsnnt visit Miss lenrl Felln after That llnly Brown nnd Miss Kvn Wil- Â¬ tofrlpnds nml rulntlves bore roturnod to son have boon talking nbout Vornon Addison Inst week her homo at Hunter Mlsa Nettle Bnmplo nftor ft pleasant Moments nreusoless If trilled away wooks visit to Mies Qraclo Crist ro- Â¬ turnod to her homo nt llawcsvlllo last nnd they nro dnngoroualy wasted if con aumod by dolny in enso whoro Ono Mln week bring Immediate takes one big man financially to uto Oough Ouro would It rollef Short A Hnynes court one little woman bore but ono big woman can easily learn tho secret ot lorty tlMi on nDlrlke Rovornl lovo adalra TKiinR Haute lnd Sept 27 Forty girls employed in tho canning factory Tlio pbotograpliors nro doing a very demanding higher good bustners hero In taking a group hnvo quit work wnges They were getting 2 ocnts npnll of tho Italltoxvn school n few days ago for peeling tomatoes nnd demanded thoy Boomed to glvo good satisfaction to S 1 3 cents Thcroaro still 20 girls nt nil work under poltco protection na tho n very bitter In visiting tho Italltoxvn school a few strikers hnvo manifested running short feeling Tho factory is dixys ngo I found it progressing nicely handed being uuablo to got additional with Mr Goorgo Gray ns principal nnd help Mr Frnnk Uurdetto nsslataut Thoy bavo Kconoiny and strength nro combined nu average attendance of fifty scholars Every bottle in Hoods Sarsaparilla contains 100 doses and will avorago to nnrt Kcieinrx Tetter Sntt IHioum last a month Tlio Intense Itching nnd amnrtlng Inci- Â¬ dent to those diseases is Instantly nllnyed Tlio Shocked Samaritan by npnlylng Chnmborlnlus Eye nnd Tho man who know n llttlo of every Â¬ Many very bad cases Skin Ointment have been permanently cured by it It thing looked at tho pnsscngor iu tho is equally efficient for itching piles nnd sent nhend of him nud finally leaned a favorite remedy for sore nipples forward ohnppcd hands chilblains frost bites ho said Kxcuso uie but you S3 eta por box Wldmer Newton nnd Kara Iluir went nnd clmmlo soro eyea really ought to slmko off tho cares of to l oidavlllo Krldny Dr Cndya Condition TexTilcm nro business and go soiuoxvhero for coiupleto Itev tt Ketley ot Forxlavlllo Ky just whnt a horso needa when in bad rest and quiet You mind your owu nffalrs said condition Tonlo blood purlller nnd preached hem Sundny IMtli vermifuge They nro not food but tho other mnu grnflly Mctwr IVcd Montunue mid Geo medicine nnd the lost in xiso to put a Tho synipathctio passenger looked Mltue wore In town tjumUy Prlco S3 hurt horso in prime condition ho Bald your caso is Of course Several ot our people will attend tins cents per package nothing to me I only proffered tho ad epctxUiiK nt IVllvllle Saturday ovenlnt Nortons Valley xvas the storm center vico iu a spirit of friendliness At tho Mm J It Vlckeia la visiting Mr and tiuio anybody can eco at a glnuco eo to speak last Sunday an all day meet- Â¬ snuo Mm 1 F Vtckera n few daya thla week thnt you are Buffering from too close ing and ix large crowd ont Ilex Geo F couflueuieur Mm John Thornton nnd dauibter ot Wm said There now let tip cm that Nella hnye been vlaltluc rvlatlvea hero Morris preached tho funeral Nortons child in tho forenoon and Virg tho gruff man I dont waut any moro thla week iUhbage delivered an interesting address of your chaff M Corley tlllint hla rvKular Kex Whats money to n nirui in your on Sabbath schools in tbo afternoon appxlutmeut hero th thlnl SAtimlay condition said tho sympathetica pas and Sunday The ltlcypllsta llest Friend is a fa- Â¬ seugcr without heeding tho rebnko groxvled tho gmff Mighty little miliar name for IWitta Witch Haiel No man or woman can enjoy life or Salve always ready tor rmersencies passenger Youll never pardon yourself for ncwmplUlv much In thla world white While a spH itic tor piles it also Instant Â¬ said tho sytnpathotio autterhiK from a torpid llvvr IMVItta ly relieve and curt cuts braises salt this neglect rheum ecaMU and Utile lvarly Uir the pill that clcauatvi skin It never fails all affections of the passenger could said tbo graft man I wish I that orvau quickly What you need Is to get out and said drink in tbo free air of nature CAVE SPRING IRVINGTON tho sympathetic passenger You bet it is chucfcled tho gruff Dust dust dust man Mis lUanvhe Jolly hu rvturnsl from UU chuckle turned to a laugh that Farmers are busy housing tobacco dellhttul visitthoroughly that something is a jireat deal of sackuess in this shook him so Therr H yxni want to trade nor or luijxte tinkled at his wrists He held cp his nelghlortxood xaII xmx Jvh tUaud arms audio ho was handcuffed Turn Mr Sidney Hall U teaching the West ing to the horriScd passenger he Our tttxixx with M pupils enrllel I hoarsely whispered View Khxvd prxrertslivs uitly Ten years in tlio pen ha ha ha I Mr Jeff Dillou HarviinsbarK has bea Mr Keduwu I rvivxrtevl a purchas And tho sympathetic philanthropist in this neighborhood bafing hcgi this sank back ic bis seat dumb with horror er x4 tle IVpp IUmuxx Cleveland Plain Dealer Our wtde wV teAixxster Jlxxx Smith wet Mls lVr Mattingly U visiting frienxa is ttuttUxj iu axx addition to hi rwiJeuc tMu UU Ekt in Graysou countj I5ev Fomwt Suith Kvtuer pastor When the Queen was about to sail f ex Prayer mwtiixj at the btt church Alaska from Seattle a few days ago in here xxxade a Jljlxvj trip tu xnxr xkiulty ewry WelnesxUy nihU the height ot the rush to Klondike a wveK little Anuie Jolly U very low with ty Â¬ man rushed down to the parser and ex Â¬ Uex J Lowx ixew hoow U neju Look here I paid claimed excitedly phoid texr in xtupletixxu xxj he expect to wox for a stateroom for myself and wife Wlxy H Mr AllfeKobbira the posse Ux XM and when I got there I found an old ci so many stuileA tta a boy cow sticking her bead through the win Mtsw LuU IXoaVu Sjdrit Hear aud I am xery sorry air said the Miss NktoHa Brown Aitel is Tisitinj doxr xxuxxy xMken frvvu tvwt jiaevi a iirtj Jn wo are power crowded fcat Uyrid tvx lWtexrTitle x hurvh Us her brother Meij IUxe and Le will do the best I veryfor yea Jchnt I can RrowtL xwl go up ca turning to a deckhand MlsiK4 LcA y and Ktlsi KoUett who deck and tern that cow arcsd XurxeMtxtttrvr MrJ are at McTualeis and 0tk Argonaut Mt xiwU djo ail ttUtxt xv h XIAttt JAXt ttp hSMM tA Tj- Ttjtxr eatxxf h to c Grow were at hoo lst Sanday VVXXMU My work is very trying he replied tW xvivU The ettterUmaaeat at Mr JASiwIxtj ley TxieuvUy eujht xws eoojvd xery la asawer to a qoosttcn su to his oxo Itxo U4th xxt xvtr xviaxttttlr ua paiioa wUy pvl xvttsJe4 tW vlry wxiihr tuxxh Yea ai a jedpe I scyfosel Mlsa lis ad Wl t w it U xfaiexctK Mr Tvo HiH aad Ttie Xo sir I as a lard xeadere ax xwU to IXitivea lie sjv aitijfAticx Detroit lYe Prest two Mr SJty Hx4rj- - Ka soM h w M AefeoetaJkta IViASckjjwjs K KUi HOW TO FIND OUT XeI Cassia who lu beea xisit atix V t Mr IVk Uodj asdl vv tcx Utktr Kx Mot Ptuap2xrey hsa with Htl a bottie cr oyrrtoa tv Muacatt wMxi rxtaxaedl ta has la IwitvhieJ criae asd let it siadtwetr or hoot Mr 4 Mr Tiij- fcx fctvfcjjnl A Ixrpe mowdl asesibvl at Oat a sedicaect cr settling lodSoiteit an un tW INvfcri fxri aaJI isittjJStyd iivcr Sfci C2TV SiiaJUy to Im as- RT J B hsIthyccaditkaoithkiaejs Wheo slxy tkwsas J r wovot edl br iviftiw j It EuewxU aviross itriae stiica Een it a eTtdeaoe ot kid Mr K XX Prtrk aai w5 at Rttj aey UvdbV Too trxcet desire to wy Wilioa cf HjLEsdar a rwii bcisi cnaiieotrpolainthehiifk m aijo coa fcvca LtfcbeS evfffvi oxer Tteiij xiacs pwt that the kklaeys and biid wsii Mr aaJIMea Fbtr Battr fi swt c tJt ftiWi Aj bJSt sal line axe est ot ecder j IW fiiwAf v bwc Mi ifee wbi ASa- ait elMotiiMns iSj1 tiJLii Sx ju4 liniirtisi- tij f jy t tW cJ ia ft kzbdwMUe so aixxiSy ax ptyx2ii as2 McIhbms exceawv2 tiA Dr 3Jt Ssrfitewn vit7 a w stM watiiais HS oytwa tearm tie jnm ksiaey reaaedy Mvtusse6Mxvr nxX MiTAtWWi Soil It way to ti fewnJk rf M45fiMfls etyry waj la reSeTiafiila la the vW tvi - UtoAe JUtxs JSrj- 3i sctl ksomm wiM vtm- i AxM Scm e fcia sjiatfjs Kxvr fcii- - aaai exry v extr pvtiidwif ji trctsrv Hittati thai hjt baa bjfft omc pSiti al ti It ecrtwt lUe- itMt dhi3 ti tfaft gtnih fut et ti tutajjy pitsrjyit Wit taaiiSj- ti wrm aai jvalSa pslai Te jjOj to wui x roewxi fapueadif Btcfftmii5i 4 fcSiwUif owe wiitfiurtagtc tS tW MXmv Vvnt wxwmuv at IBjttur xia oc icnl oxeKvMwa VxtAnM rilMisj 1va Hbtjr iwft faJrjr TPU4 M Jfac BTaMftit at it Jy25yr tSott tuiflWmraai tttfossaiiy btsuc usa W4XtWlSMiidl2ra tW mofH aal tk 5JikJl j ftft try inaay Si3i 5Vttiriajwl 6ft fea KOiiStw ISietaSlaakJ tb Mjc Jsy tWjrcotftVK eJJStut at SajagrScut St scca Diift MjssJCjc GaJfUaj- wwoJU El 8 wu3iwd goJk 41 oiirjiiertfc tar lis cr AitJ th gnldin Autumn mornll Jwn on li oiki mort Hut tlio drouth atlll continues Mlaa Maglo Hatca is on the sick list Tlio tobacco harvest Is about completed In the Stomaoh Causod Croat ufferlng Was Conflnod to tho Bed But Now Able to Work said young Mr Jilklns at the timo sighing heavily No No I quit last Wednesday evening Ucr pn asked mo to now sixmo I dont the Romance of itdllh and Tonne Jllklnn go to see Edith nny moro Sarsaparilla 1 Hoods Hes mighty partloulnr yon know Says n girl shouldnt kiss n man unless shos married to him nnd thon only periodically not ns r regular diot you knoxv Peculiar man Yes I wont np to sco Edith Wednes- Â¬ day evening Sho wns alono in tho room at tho timo nnd wo well yon knoxv A girl forgets her papas recom- Â¬ mendations sometimes Wo lind been sitting there about ten minutes whou wo heard tho old gentleman coming Whon ho enmo in Edith wns sitting in tho southwest corner of tho room nud I wns sitting iu tho northoaat corner At first ho looked pleased nnd thon bo looked surprised Thon bo said Whats thnt Whats whut That on tho front of your trousors I looked and I didnt want to ox plain to Jiim thnt it was fly paper with tho buttered sido down hut I did it nnd I might hnvo mado him bolievo I got it lying on tho sofa nt homo if Edith had not got up just thon nnd come over to sco abont it Sho hadnt moro thou dono it beforo her father on tho back of yonr Edith its no uso entering into tho sad do tails It would hnvo been evident to nny ono that cither sho had half of my fly paper or I had half of hers Even I could not dony that no chanco would uinko tho edges fit togothoriu that way I dont know what her papa inferred but wheu I loft almost immedihtoly thereafter Edith wns wooping violently I cant go back again It is a sad caso Yoa It almost maddens mo when I think how different all might hnvo been if Edith bad not sat down on that fly paper beforo I came or oven if sho bad not flopped tho looso half of it over whon she sat doxvn after I camo It is a cruel world San Francisco ExIt is indeed aminer Yes Yea William Lloyd Oarrln William Lloyd Garrison n sou of tbo famous abolitionist said of his father in a recent lecture iu Boston At homo Mr Garrison wns cheerful His sense of tho ludicrous xvns very marked Ho was passionately fond ot niusio and had it habit of singing through tho houso Babies were a delight to him nnd would bo good with him xvhcu tho mother could not sootho tbem Ho was very fond of pans When tho servant failed Whon there bo helped in tho kitchen was sickness ho xvns a wonderful nurso At table ho mado tho conversation gen- Â¬ eral and dioxv out tho most timid THE MARKETS Kcvleir of the drain and Ltrcttook Mar- Â¬ kets For Sept ST Cincinnati ToDnooo Market m ltojectlons Actunt sales 7 05 Offerings Hhds 1101 Ml 1181 Receipt The tirlco on the offerings ranged ns fi 05J 88010 03 la3 U5i 171 0 Tho 1051 hhds offered averaged 8 per 100 Ihs against 17 70 for 1835 hhds for the previous week nnd f5 0l for 2020 hhds the corresponding weekln 1890 BO 3U 75 74 l5 110 89 05 75i 10 1011 7Brll 120389 75 1510 13 siid Whats thnt dreRS 2534 35 rough 00J wMw -- I iiuiii C VtSl WV I 000 mon fJ 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conclusions in tho effort to co- Â¬ conut for his neighbors Detroit Noxvs I cant Happened understand hoxvsuch n hide- It c CoXaTflk v i wm vsffm Hfx sever JUJWsi I imMmiMfMm CoU MMMm W Stir rrrrTatlon Foreign Powers Who owns Bering Brother Jonathan Well wo oxvu it but if youll help kill off tbo seals so as to get tho sealskin sack question out of domestio life youro morou wel Â¬ come Now York Weekly sea LfcL lusm ill sC1WML a hTiKMPyjMm6m wtm i ita h H BgrjH ead ELYS CRKAHI IUI1II Is nposltlvecnre Appljlnto tho nostrils II Is qntckrr absorbed SO cents at DranHats or br mail mmplca 10c by mall ELT BUOTHEItS XXarrca EL Kew York City THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Lung Troubles ffluffl The Best Dental Work in the Citj BEST SET OP TEETH 700 better made Honest charges for all other work We guarantee satisfaction Teeth made in one day Teeth extracted without pain No LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS Avenue Tkeatrt aid Consumption Can be Cured An Eminent New York Chemist and Scien- tist Hakes a Free Offer to 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