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HP r J lilV WwV THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XVIII OVERLAND TO CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY walked in front and led the first mule nnd the others followed with Hen nnd me in tho rear Tho road was difficult I could not see nnd nothing but rocks the path in tho dark so I just gave my nude the rein and let It follow nftcr tho others Distance traveled twenty llvo miles August 1 Our road has been better to day Wo met up with and havo been traveling with another party of emi grants to day This party consists of two men two ladlts nnd several chil- Â¬ dren They liko us have left their wagon behind and are packing We camp at Lako Spring where there is good water and good grass Distance traveled nineteen milis August 14 I had tho toothache so bad again to day that I could tako no interest In anything Wo passed some very largo and tall plno and spruce trees and are in camp In heavy timber Distanco traveled twenty eight miles August 15 Wo nro over now to where thero nro some settlers Wo stopped at an eating place and tho boys took the mules off tho road to get water One of them got mired and the packs got turned on the others Wo camo to llacerville to- - day about On our arrival it was discovered noon that our dog had been left behind some Â¬ where and Mr Sawyer had to go back twelve ndlis before ho found him Wo had a very dusty road to day and I tell you I am glad to be in Callforrnia at last This is piite a lively place Thero are numbers of miners here nnd gold mines nro near tho town eonit families have settled here too I am stopping all nightatn boarding house with n very nice lady The boys aro camping out in our t nt which wo nil have been sloop ing in since we have been packing and tho mulis weto taken to a hay yard Distance traveled twenty miles August 10 This morning Hen Lamar and Uuko Hall concluded that they would stop hero nnd see tho mines Hon is not stout enough to work In tho mints though his health has impioved during the trip However ho is ambi Â¬ tious and wants to dig gold I hated to leave him very much but I thought that he could do as well hero as any 1 Â¬ MAHCH 21 1894 NO 35 DELEGATE NEW BETHEL Tho health of tho neighborhood is Aery good Pcoplo nro busy now COUNTY OF BRECKENRIDGE CALIFORNIA CONVENTION Tho Appellate District Democratic Convention to Second Meot preparing for WeAreStilf In tho lead for bargains to suit tho v Notes From a Journal Kept by Mrs Francis - Sawyor In a Journey Across tho Plains H Â¬ for Â¬ MAY 9 TO AUGUST 17 1852 Â¬ The Purposo of Nominating a Candidate for Judgo of tho Court of Appeals BOWLING Kevisjd and Compiled for the Entertainment of tho Readers of tho Breckenridge News GREEN APRIL 19 if A VI August I Wo nil slept well last iiIkU ami didnt even linve n guard out None of us slept much tho night before as wo were crossing tho desert However 1 laid on my bed in tho larriago and slept some in the fore part of tho night nnd tho boys ilidtlio something in the wagon ono atn time Hut when tho mules began to tire wo all became too anxious for a safe passage across tho sandy waste to bo visited by the angel of slumbers or the godofdrenms Wo had a weary march of fifteen miles to day without water or gnus but we have splendid grass to night Distance traveled fifteen miles August 5 Wo had nhothcr hard inarch of ten miles over heavy sand this morning This liver however is a pretty llttlo stream of clear cold and good water There are somo cotton wood trees willow nnd black berry bushes growing on its banks and good camping and nooning places are easily found Distance traveled twenty milis August C I saw n lady whero wo nooned to day who had a lino son three days old Tho arrival of the little stranger had made it necessary for his friends to go into camp for a week or more and they had settled down tf mako themselves at home quietly nnd patient- Â¬ ly awaiting tho time that they might resume their march Tho lady was com Â¬ fortably situated and in good spirits I havo heard of several children being born on the plains though it is not a very pleasaut place for tho littlo fellows to first bee the light of day Distanco traveled thirteen mihs August 7 Mr Sawyer sold our four horse wagon and harness this morning for 25 He thought it was not worth taking over tho Fiona Nevada moun Â¬ tains besides it would bo very hard on tho mules Tho men havo been getting Thoy will ready all day for packing put some light things into my carriage and drivo it ns far ns it will hold out Mr Sawyer will walk and drivo over tho bad places I will ride n mule and tho boys will ride another Tho re Â¬ mainder of our things will bo packed on the backs of the other nnimals and wo will thus be converted into a pack train Wo camp at Gold Canyon Thero aro fifty or sixty miners at woik here and thero are three families living in log cabins Distanco traveled three miles August 8 Sabbath day Mr Sawyer went out prospecting this morning up the canyon He obtained about twenty live cents worth of gold dust but ho con- Â¬ cluded that that would not pay so wo left camp in tho nftemoon I bought somo turnips to day at ten cents each and I was inclined to think that they wero pretty dear vegetables Distance traveled ten miles August 0 Wo came to Carson valloy to day It is a beautiful valloy and somo emigrants aro settling horo Tho Mormon station has been built ono or two years It is a boarding house and Btoro together in a pretty location at tho edge of tho mountains with tall pine trees all arouud it Thero aro somo gar dons hero and I bought somo more turnips at five cents each We havo at last arrived into civilization though things aro still vory high Mr Sawyer cot one shoo put on a uiulo at a black Â¬ smith shop nnd It cost him ono dollar Distanco traveled olghteon miles August 10 Wo traveled up tho Car- Â¬ son valley to day to the footof Humboldt cauyon and went into camp Distanco traveled nineteen miles August 11 Started into tho mniiu tains this morning through Humboldt canyon Crossed threo toll bridges Our road is very rough rocky and difficult to travel over Some stone right round and as largo as hogsheads Ho right in tho middle of tho road Our carriage broke down and wo havo abandoned it One wheel got fastened between two rocks and broke all to pieces Wo packed everything on to tho mules and wont on four miles further where wo aro In camp on tho bank of a beautiful mountain stream of pure good water Our inon aro making moro pack srf dies Distanco trnvolod fourteen miles Augusti 12 Wo travoled fast to day and crossed tho first summit of tho Sierra Nevada mountains before noon and stopped at a beautiful lake Tuhpo to noon I havo had the tooth acho so bad to- Â¬ day that I could not enjoy tho beautiful landscapes and sconpry In the afternoon wo crossed the second summit of the Sierra Nevada It la 0000 feet high and wo went over snow slxfeetdcep Wo had to travel till ton oclock at night before wo could find a pkea lovol onoug on which to pitch our After it got dark Mr Jitwyer Hfftp place Mr Sawyer and I left llacerville nt 8 oclock u m intendiug to go to Sacra mento City and wo aro in camp near a ranch house on tho prarie Distanco traveled thirty miles August 17 Wo reached Sacramento City at noon to day I went in with tho pack mules in a cloud of dust M- - Saw Â¬ yer having to whip my mulo up with tho others Wo havo been out three months and eight days from St Joseph Wo aro stopping at tho American House nnd glad wo are that we are nt last at the end of our journey safe nnd well though wo nro tired nnd need rest Â¬ The Stcond Appellate Court Democratic District Commltteo met ut the Olllcoof Judge II B Ilincs in this city yestoidny afternoon at 1 oclock nnd de Â¬ cided on tho manner tlmo nnd place for holding a convention to nominato a candidate for Judge of the Court of Ap peals Wo herewith give tho ofllcial proceedings of tho meeting ns furnished us by the Secretary Hon Nat A Porter BowiiMi GitEKK Ky March 0 It At n meeting of the Democratic Com- Â¬ mittee of tho Second Appellate Court District held in Howling Green Ky on March Dili 189 called for tho purposo of considering tho place manner and tlmo of selecting a Democratic candidate for Judge of tho Court of Appeals In D C Walker called the said District meeting to order and upon motion Nat A Porter was appointed Secretary Upon a call of the roll of counties it wns found that all of tho counties composing said District wero represented by a proxy or by tho pcsonal presence of n com mitteeiren except the county of Ohio A resolution wns offered by Jep C Johnson of Muhlenbtirg county provid- Â¬ ing that a primary election bo held in the various counties in said District to selectn Democratic candidate on Oct 2d 1801 W O Goad of Allen moved as a substitute the following resolutions First A convention of the Democratic voters of the Second Appellato District is hereby called to meet in tho city of Howling Green in the county of Warren at 1 oclock on the 10th day of April 1894 to nominato a Democratic candi date for Judge of tho Court of Appeals in the Second Appellato District for tho reg- Â¬ ular election to bo held In November Â¬ Â¬ 1 another crop Mr Thomas Blytho visited at Mr C L Hawkins Sunday last What Commissioner McDowell says Mr Dick Adklsson has entered the of Our County and Its Hardlnsburg High School Rosourcos Mr William Adklsson has gone to Stcphcnsport to attend school Bro Dugglns filled his regular ap- Â¬ Could Havo Said a Great Doal Moro pointment hero the 10th and 11th Messrs Calvin Hendrick and Frank and Still Confinod Himself Jolly attended church hero Sunday To Tho Truth Mr Jabo Jordan and wlfo wero guests of Mr James Barnes nnd family tho 28th Mr James Seaton rfnd wlfo were THANKS FOR THIS MUCH guests of Mr James Barnes last Sunday Mis Mary Barnes visited her niece Mrs Nannlo Waggoner of Hltes Hun Wo aro in receipt of the report Monday of the Commissioner of Agriculture Miss Mabel Hawkins made a Hying Nicholas McDowell It is for the trip to Mrs Mary Barnes last Saturday year 1893 and it is neatly printed sub- Â¬ morning stantially bound nnd almost complete in Mr Itlchnrd Adklsson Sr had his its reports of statistics land surveyed by the County Surveyor Breckenridgo County is somewhat a J last Friday sufleror The report of this county could Misses Mabel and Mamie Hawkins havo been and should havo been more wero guests of Miss Jetinlo Barnes last complete though it is probably not the Wednesday Commissioners fault Tho persons who Mr Irvin Barnes and sister Miss Jen furnished him tho information should Several im Â¬ nio wero guests of Mioses Bettle nnd havo been moro minute portant industries and natural mineral Mnbel Hendrick Sunday last Â¬ While two of Mr Henry Jollys little productions nnd resources nro not menboys were playing ono of them accident tioned nor is tho slightest hint given Â¬ ly severed threo of tho others fingers that such things exist within tho borders of tho county Our asphalt mini from his hand with n hatchet brick aim potters clay building stone Our pastor Bro Dugglns will have nnd other mineral nnd manufacturing been preaching for us foilr years next advantages aro not mentioned It is second Sunday in April and will bo true that this is an agricultural report Â¬ elected for another year Ho will celebut nil industries nnd resources aro in brate his Inst appointment of this year eluded and reporters from other coun- Â¬ by preaching a serin in especially to tho ties havo taken advantage of this fact children Eveiybody welcome and given complete reports Why Is It that Kentucky asphalt with A Mr Edward E perfect cure 10 W 19th St New York mines situated near Gnrlield Breckeu Hroughton I have used sev- Â¬ ridge county is talked of more hi New City N Y says this eral bottles of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup In York than it is in Breckenridge county ray family and find it a ptrfect cure I AVhy is it that Cloverport paving briqk attracts moro attention in Chicago than cheerfully recommend it in Cloverport Whenever n report of tho resources nnd advantages of our county Missionary Mass Meeting To ho held with Itaymond Baptist is made the authors should tako par ticular care to give tho industrial church April 28th and 20th ISO I world all tho information obtainable SATURDAY Devotional Kxcrclscs 950 a m If wo dont do it nobody will do it for iv OrganlziUoii 0501000 us I0oo 1100 SUtc Missions Following is the present roport of Discussion to be opened by I C Argtibrihl Breckenridge county as published in tho Home Missions loo 1200 Opened by W II Cullotn volume mentioned above 1 Hard you STuS L j I Jjy Times Plenty of Goods in most every line yet We have had a fine trade with our closing out sales Remember every thing goes at cost Ask your neighbors that have been to see us and they will tell what bargains we have for We have a car load of Globe Bone Meal and Fertilizers that must be sold Come and see us M MEYER CO BuraSj Ky 50000 FRUIT TREES AT THE EKRON NURSERY FOR Bpring Delivery Persons desiring to plant out an Orchard this Spring will find it to their interest to get prices from us as we are selling at liard 1894 1891 Mr Sawyer niado threo trips in all to California Ho went overland in M0 and camo back in tho fall of 1850 Ho could not content himself to stay in Kentucky however and concluded to So in tho spring of 1851 go back again he in company with my brother H B Lamar and Georgo Hruner all of Han- Â¬ cock county went out by water by tho way of New Orleans and tho Isthmus Ho soon got homesick again and came back in tho fall of 51 thinking that ho would either settlo hero in Kentucky or move with his wlfo to California Ho choso the latter course hence our over- Â¬ land trip in 1852 I thank th- - kind editors of tho Hueck knhiihie Nkwh for bearing with me thus lengthily and I hope that tho narrative of my tedious trip has not proved tedious to tho many dear readers of our favorite Fhancis II Sawyeii paper tiii end PIERCE Alex Roberts gave a log rolling last Monday tho 12th Inst and the boys all had a good time Late In tho evening thoy all got tolerably wild and the wind up of the wild aflalr resulted in soveral persons going homo In a pretty bloody condition Mario Hallouw of Hoberts Bottom gave a play party Wednesday night in honor of Mr Arthur Mattingly tho go- Â¬ nial school teacher J II Weidman res ports a very pleasant time 7 Breckenridge county 4 Butler county Cumberland county Daviess county 17 2 Edmonson county Grayson county f 4 Hancock c unty Logan county 11 Mcado county 0 McLean county 4 Monroo county 1 7 Muhlenbtirg county Ohio county 8 Simpson county 0 Todd county 8 Warren county 11 Provided each county may send aa many delegates to said Convention as it sees proper for tho purposo of casting tho voto of said county Third The delegates to represont said Convention shall bo selected prior to said Convention at such times and in such manner as the County Committees of said counties may determine Tho above resolutions upon a call of tho counties wero adopted by a voto of thirteen votes for to threo against Upon motion it was resolved that tho Democratic press of tho District bo re Â¬ quested to publish the proceedings of the Committee Upon motion Tho Com- Â¬ mittee adjourned 1 Second Said Convention shall bo com- Â¬ Colportagc posed of delegates to bo chosen by tho respective counties of said District and Sermon said counties shall bo entitled to dele Â¬ gates and delegate votes in said Con- S S Mass I vention as follows to wit a 0 Sermon Allen county Â¬ Foreign Missions Opened by Opened by I I 1 uoo Walker oo p m IIKKCKKNIUWIE COUNTY II Qiiinn 100300 730 SUNDAY Meeting The S S What is it fnrr What is It not for 930 1030 a in ChrUtlan IMucatlon Opened by Krymlrc iioo 100 p in Churches within reach of us aro Invit- Â¬ ed to co operate with us J It Martin Teacher Three days Is a very short tlmo in which to cure a bad case of rheumatism but it can bo done If tho proper treatment is adopted as will bo seen by tho following from James Lambert of New Bruuswick 111 f was badly aflllctcd with rheumatism in the hips and legs when I bought n bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm It cured mo in threo days I am all right to day and would insist on every ono who is nflllcted with that terrl blo disease to use Chamberlains Pain 50 cent Balm and get well nt once bottles for sale by A It Fisher Clover Co port Ky and Klncheloe Meador Hardlnsburg Ky Â¬ FALLS OF ROUGH Wo havo fino weathor for woik now Henry Butler gave n nico danco Fri- Â¬ NA Wukkii Chmn Porter Secy DO COMMITTEEMEN NOTICE DEMOCRATIC If zjF - Tho Breckenridgo County Democratic Commltteo is called to meet at the ofllco of Murray Miller In Cloverport Ky on Saturday March 21th 1801 at J oclock p m to arrange lor calling a mass con- Â¬ vention or Precinct conventions to ap- Â¬ point delegates to represent Brecken- Â¬ ridgo County In the Convention of tho 2nd Appolato District to bo held in Bowling Green Ky on Thursday April 10th 1894 Committeemen that cannot attend aro urged to send proxies David It Muhray Chairman day night Mr W Green went to tho Forks of Rough last week JohnSpaulding Is very sick at tho pres- Â¬ ent with tho mumps John Slaughter of Glendeano Is visit- Â¬ ing relatives In this vicinity Mr Bland and daughter wero to see his son at this place last week Tho pcoplo of this vicinity aro prepar Iounds of tobacco ing for a large crop of tobacco this year Tons of haycorn Uushcts of Â¬ Breckenridgo County formed from a part of Hardin In 1799 was tho thirty ninth county formed in tho State Tho county Is bounded on the north by the Ohio Itiver on tjie cast by Hardin County on the south by Grayson and by Hancock on tho west The surface of tho county is generally hilly but well watered Tho Ohio Hiver bottoms aro as productive as any in the State Tho timber consists of poplar oak walnut beech and hickory while all other kinds such as grow in Kentuky may bo found Tex Â¬ there Tho Louisville St Louis as Railroad and tho Louisville liar dinsburg Western Railroad now con- Â¬ solidated furnish ample railroad facili- Â¬ ties for tho shipment of tho countys products Tho county roads aro not of tho best and but small mileage of turn- Â¬ pikes Tho Ohio River with its tribu- Â¬ taries furnish nn nmplo supply of water whllo tho most excellent springs for drinking nnd stock purposes mny bo Tho found everywhere in tho county principal products of tho county are to- Â¬ bacco corn nnd wheat of which quito a largo surplus is sold every year Liko most of tho counties in tho State tho people havo given no thought to ftituro generations in tho matter of timber but havo and aro now destroying their val Â¬ uable timber every year Tito farmers nro in tho lino of progress In farming using improved implements and pur- Â¬ suing the most progressive methods Tho Hardlnsburg is tho county seat county has a population of 18070 It is situated in the Fourth Congressional Second Appellate Ninth Judicial and In tho late Tenth Senatorial districts Congressional election It cast 1501 votes for the Democratic candidate 1103 for tho Ropnbllcan and 779 for tho Populist times prices represented solicited All stock guaranteed as Correspondence and patronage Massey Frymire EKRON KY WINTER GOODS Zero Ono hundred per cunt bo Hindu DOWN AT Wo warit moro room our SPRING STOCK is coming WINTER GOODS must go at Prices You can inuko a good iinvcstnicnt with us can easily fie Best heavy brown cotton worth 5c Scdo Cc Best bluo Calico worth 7je -- 4u ltoya knee pants Seo our drives in Clothing at 308 4 tS nnd 00S Mens shoes Congress and Ijico DSc 12 and 118 Ladies Kid shoes button and lace 75c OSc and 110 etc Childrens shoes 21c IRe 5V and 71c 1 Double lock purso Cedar lead pencils er doz 21 sheets good paper Good corset worth 75 QniltH at 09 71 and tSc worth doublo tho money Window Shades patent rollers worth 50 cts for Handsomest lino umbrellas for 00 50cto 5c 5c TJc Joe CALL AND SEE THE Great Bargain Store J70 359 UfywS Geo Yeakel BRANDENBURG Co KY fife Golden Relief Tlit trut gotptl txpouniii Bridget btu her hand against tho ntore and erlea out with pain She applies Dr Fcnacrf Golden Holler and the pain Is gono Johnny avrolte In tho night creaming for tho pain In itomach tho cherries had brought on A teaspoonful of tho Heller Is glren Immediately Johnny it dreaming Tho sick mother Just returned from ber Southern trip Is no better Tho hectlo flush la stUoa her cheelc and gloom bangs oyer tho family circle Tho doldea Relict Is used a mesln and a euro results The explanation Is Katies bo sore from burn no hurt from ties no ooneujoptloH Contains no opiates nar Cottos or mineral poltoiu Safe and certain One UWespooaful oures LafJrlppe It nertrde Moa7 refusded If Mt oetTardlMHeiat WaoMon not glreo Tuko a botUo bean to dy turn inJIctmmaUon No Inflam cw The pcoplo of this vicinity insist on haying Chamberlains Cough Itemedy says John and do not want any other V Bishop of Portland Mills Indiana That is right They know it to be superior to any other for colds and as a proventlvo and euro for croup and why should thoy not insist on having it 60 cent bottles for salo by A It Fisher All tho elomenta which nature re- Â¬ Cloverport Ky and Klncheloe Meador Co Hardlnsburg Ky quires to mako tho hair beautiful and abundant aro supplied- in Ayors Hair Vigor This preparation keens tho scalp What Oar Honey is worth freo from dandruff prevents tho hair Our double eagle of 20 is equal to 20 from becoming dry and harsh and makes patakas of Abyssinia 30 kwans of Anam it flexible and alossy 21 piasters of Arabia 20 pesos of Argen- Â¬ tine about 44 florins of Austria about The Wedding Binjr During tho fourteenth century a prac- Â¬ 103 frans of France 30 milries of Brazil tice prevailed among tho wealthy Italians 2 condors of Chlllll 30 rigsdalem of Den Â¬ 4 of Greut of having twelvo wedding rings ono for mark 400 plasteis of Egypt set with a different Britain 100 drachmas of Greece 81 each month each symbolic stono For January there was marks of Germany 45 rupees of India the garnet for friendship for February 103 lire of Italy 20 yens of Japan 60 the amethyst constancy March tho scudl of Malta 103 lei of Itoumania 60 blood stone wisdom April the diamond guilders of the Netherlands 27 roubles innocence May the emerald happiness of Russia 8 tomuns of Persia 261 plasters June the agate health July the ruby concord August tho sardonyx family of Servia 32 ticols of Slam 103 pesetas of increase September the sapphire to Spain 200 gwush of Tripoli 7 tlllas of prevent strife October the carbuncle Turkestan 21 patacons of Uruguay and lave November the topaz obedience 26 pesos of Venezuela Philadelphia Decerubor the turquoise faithfulness Times Chicago Inter Ocean - llushets of wheal Uushcts of oats llushels of barley Acres ol wheat Kxpendituies over revenue Acres of corn Acres of meadow Acres of woodland Acres ot tobaico Ienl voters Number ol acres Value per acre 067 I7M5 375 inyoSc Y JlAl8 6706 kv for the The licit ShotJ lcit Money l W L DOUGLAS FOR GENTLEMEN mSiS 374 4165 UTJ 88 5 mm H 57 3 wk 85 SHOE and 350 Dross 4 -- Shoo The Spring Medicine All run down from tho weakonlng effects of waim weathor you need a good tonic and blood purifier like Hoods Sareaparilla Do not put off taking it Numorous little allmonts if neglected will soon break up tho system Tako Hoods Sareaparilla now to expel disease and glvo you strength and appetite Sm L nvv m 350 Pollco Shoo 3 Solos 250 2for Workingmon 82 and 175 for Boys LADIES AND Z tmLJ mi irummmi bk ran SB EnBBll m k iiiw KFi C Nfliv vsjbv vfisw MISSES tSHPF3 V fc X3SM A4 ihd laitm DEJito im Hoods Pills aro tho best family thartic and liver medicine reliable sure ca- Â¬ Harmless H1111111111111111111111111111M1Wl1l h a in I n amp Bm Li I IIT- - CAUTIONIf any draler offiirs you V l loucla liioea nt a reaureu 1rirc or aysiienaiinem WilliiMTtl n 73 out nio nniuo iKunipou in Dimoin iui mm uown aa n rrauu 3 250 2 175 H Tho Oldeat Universities Tho University of Harvard was found- Â¬ ed by John Harvard in tho year 1038 It was tho first in tho present limits of tho United States Tho second wns Willlamjtml Mary at Willlamebunr Va in 1093 the third Yale at New Haven in 1700 tho fourth was the College of New Jersey at Prluciton in 1711 Boa ton Globe give fitting W Li DOUCLAS Shoe are iiylUh easy Try one and and bobetter con pair Mtliiactfon at the price advertised than any other make vlnced The stamping of W L Douglas name and price on the bottom which guarantee their value saves thousand of dollar annually to those who wear them Dealers who push the sate of NY L Douglaa Shoe gain customer which help to Thy can Honl to Mil at a 1ms profit increase the sale on their full line of good money adror and wo bailors you can mto Mpoa by buying all year footwear of tho Catalogue free anulleaUeu W I DOUOLA8 Broektan Mass Used bolo dalr W H BOWMER SON cloverport ky Go union tAastoSra- 0 - M MoG lothlan star ky iX Stult ir 0s ifyi i SKtKfKmKKKHKKKHKtlMUIttKfiKKKmKlKV6ifKfE- - r i4Viiiwr n wpwwip wtmmui igmrmmfwuw THE BREOKRNRIDGR churches railroads and other conveniences but they lmvo no advant Â¬ age over tho fellows who live III the hills WEDNESDAY MAHCIt 1M 1891 and dwell in ctibinpw hen It comes to gen uine hospitality The uinu in a cabin with V 0 Btblige Kdltori and Proptletn Jno D only two rooms and a kitchen will treat FOR COUNTY JUDGE you just as kindly and grasp your hand rr authnrlmt In announce J V J A just iw warmly an tho man In tho two ninmlliUte lllirr ol I Slrihrn Ntt amunly tiihjrrt tur story fiamp And this is the testof good C uuoty JuJk to Hircfcmildtfe the irtion ol the Urmncmtlc Artjr citizenship after all It in in making nntlinrUcil to Announce Judge J A your friend feel WK Are KAY a candidate far County Judge jour neighbor met you This isthe bet Â¬ how wo of llreckcnrige county tubject to the Action uf ter for having the Democratic party feel and wo think any man will havo a r Are authorlrcd to Announce lilIJAII better opinion of his county and his peo Â¬ HOAItl ai a candidate tor County Judge ple if ho will but get out and sco them subject to the Action or the Democratic utty K Are authorired to announce V tf JIAU- - and learn to know them schools Â¬ 11 NES GLxOVEXRPORT STEPHENSPORT KY Breckenridge News HARDINSBURG L H BRANDENBURG Now for a few ileum Thecandiihitcfl are hustling Andrew Carrico was in town last Sat Â¬ Mrs Hachel 1 Lay wtut to Clover Ptuenger Dilly air Ilrdlniturgl2ill pm urday port Friday Mrs B Voungjs In Louisville to spend noma cart Missra Jennie and Nell Miller went to Iliienger llly rr Ilardlnibur- - 7itn m Holy Week ClovcriHjtt Saturday Dick Ditto had returned torn a oluy at Mrs CI as Wadllngtnn and sou Edgar You can buy good eating potatoes from Amsterdam lud Leo vent to Evansville Sunday Hardin t Ilro Mrs John Frakes anticipates a trip to And Ii tho tlmo Is upon us when Hardin ct Ilro will sell you groceries tho city this week Mr O G Morcmcn Is back from we behold tho fisherman and his rod at bottom prices Wo havo n new butcher C P Vllilivu Shawnectowu HI Jewelry watches pionas and Organs in tho Mosely stora houso on Maine H Miss Virgio Hhodcs has not been well T C Lewis ct Co but is much better Mrs Frank 0 Ferry spent a few days Miss Maud Smith is tench i tig school Dr Marlctto will soon occuppy his last week in Cloverport and Henderson If IIAUKai a candidate for County Judge at llftrned station office ou East Main ubject to the action of the Democratic piny Mrs J O Cunningham and son Jas Mr D II Severs is kept busy looking The ISkws was pleasantly entertained Mrs D W Lewis and little Lena O jr spent Saturday and Sunday at FOR COUNTY CLERK at the homes of tho following gentlemen after two railroads spent last week in Louisville Chenault irK are Authorised to Announce T II IIHN- - M I Iumphrey Sr Marsh Mercer Mrs Hlchard Hrndon Webster spent Some of tho candidates will tako in DliUSUN ot Wcbtter ai it candidate for Hewitt Hawkins is as smiling as n Geo M Pile and Alfred Taylor County Court Clerk of llrcckenrtdge county tub Friday with Mrs tho big excursion T Herndon Jccl to the action ol the Democratic party Juno day twas Sunday March 11th Mlss Sarah Moran was in town last Mr Leo Stith Bewleyville visited his 18018 lbs a boy are authorised to Announce II C IMCII West View is a thriving little village week the guest of Mrs li Dowdy mother here last week AHDSUN of Union Mar as a candidate for Â¬ Miss Georgia B Hawkins and Dr D and has improved a great deal since the County Court Clerk ot Jlrcckcnrldgecouily sub You ought to have seen tho candidates Licensed to marry Mr 0 A Pnint ject to the action of the Democratic pirty railroad was built Sam Ilcunlngcr is striking attitudes and posing last Satur Â¬ Whito spent Saturday and Sunday at llng to Miss Annie liassett lv are authorlrctl to announce JKSSK II Toblnsport guest of his mother the thriving merchant of the place and day afternoon Mil I Kit at Clocrportasi cutidlJale for Mr L A Foote of Bewleyville spent keeps a good stock of general merchan Â¬ Count Court Clerkuf I trie ken ridge county sub Charley Morris Big Spring was in Tho Baptist church has a new wiro ject to the iictiun ol the Democratic- Mrty dise His store is neat and clean and Sunday and Monday here town last Saturday Ho is gnager and fence which is quite an Improvement to well kept The foundation is being laid for Mr has an assignment 1 1 r JC are authorlrcd to nnnnumc 1ltANK A the Street as well as tho church IIKWIN ol the UmiTirt Pintrict l i John Stiths new residence V Misses Jennie Hardin and Maude riiiulldile lor County Cniiit Clerk ul llticktu Hev Win II Dawson will preach tho llrerkcnridge county is very much be Â¬ ridge County subject to the aition nl the Demo Mr Hubert Multilist is building a Heindon have returned from a pleasant funeral of tho late Jas E Hiner the fifth ctalic party hind in the matter of good roads and we house on the old Taylor sojourn to G us ton and Irvington lot Sunday in April in the Baptist church Â¬ are nuthoriicd to announce JOHN K nre pleased to know that tho people genMrs llarnctt and Miss Minuio Cas Mr Henry Head is in tho city looking Mrs Ned Crawford of Now Albany Â¬ MONAKUIol llirdlniburg an candl erally aro being aroused to tho great imperko will return to night Wednesday Mrs Will date for reelection to the olhce ol county Court B Lcnnon of Hardinsburg They are after the life Insurance business Clerk of llreckcnridgc County subject to the portance of n better system full line of spring action ot the Democratic party Dont forget T C Lewis it Co when with a glad to note millinery young and Mr Chas Hall of Cloverport at- Â¬ just beginning to realizj the value of I am that our tended tho Bran ling Bassett nuptials good roads and seem to be willing to do you want anything in tho jewelry line friend Henry llawlings is on tho road WT1- - Arc authorised to Announce JOHN D lIKKIIilt at a candidate lor County Court most anything that will bring about an Mr Meyer Meyer pf Burns was hero to recovery and is looking quite his form- Â¬ Thursday Cierktubjcct to the action ot the Democratic improvement A good road system in last Sunday visiting his son Lee Meyer er self Several havo received hills of faro of the county would add 25 per cent to the Mrs Will Hardin returned Monday Miss Mary Pusey will arrive Thursday tho Mississinnewa hotel of Gas City and FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR value of all farm lands besides the sav from a visit to relatives at Vine Grove to spend Faster at home Miss Irama it seems to bo quite a hotel J II Lay C llfKare Authorized to announce IIHNItV for ing it would be to the wear and tear of Â¬ Hudson as iAHMCItol Candidate Deputy clerk Tom McGill says ho is Gordon of New Albany hopes to como and Haynes write that thoy are delight Assessor tubject to the action ot the Democratic teams ed with the proprietorship of it as they not issuing so many marriag licenses with her party Deputies Mr luilwcll Adklwoti Me jihemport and Koberl Owen Itock Vale Miss Lida Powell will be in Louisville aro at no expense at all with tho except- Â¬ The eirects of the cyclone which visit- Â¬ now this week to tako items in dressmaking ion of furnishing the table and help J rs J B Williams of Mt Vernon ed tho Forks of Hough some years ago FOR JAILER and will have access to Madam Glovers arc still visible and the people have not III was visiting Mrs J B Hensley last IIKANTINU IIABSKTT arc authorized to announce J SCOTT establishment MOIt lON of Itock Ilck at a candidate for yet fully recovered from it The tract of week Tills the early spring time licing the My Big Spring friend Mr John Hard- Â¬ of llrcckenridgc county subject to the Jailer the storm is yet distinctly marked in the Mr A J Lcnnin has taken charge of action of the Democralic parly in made his advent and exit here lost season when the young mans fancy wrecks of houses barns and the destruct- Â¬ the hotel just vacated by Jesso Whit twas but to bo week without so much as giving ono a lightly turns to love lKTKIl worth WK are authorized to announcea candidate ion of timber expected that Cupid with all his wiles of StephenHirt at shake or howdy forjailer of llrcckenridge county subject to the The best pianos and organs for the Mr Jim Richardsons store next to C should coax a few victims to tho altar of actiun of the Democratic JMrl The hotels along the route did a good least money can bo found at T C Lewis A Colemans is approaching completion love and that in conscqucnco our vicin- Â¬ business Twenty five candidates be STITAKT when on 1IK are authorised attoannoumej forjuilcrof sides the sheriffs who were along collect- Â¬ it Cos Masou McMoniglo will go into business ity was vivified and stirred a candidate DeJIiKMUTK Mrs Will Lcnnin went to Stephens the 15th of March 1804 at tho Baptist llrcckcnridge County tubject to the action of where Mr Hichardson now is ing young attorneys and the visiting the Democralic parly poit to attend the marriage of Miss An- Â¬ Lou Brown an industrious colored church Mr Oscar Branting and Miss brethren made it pretty lively about dinnie Bassett man who fell from a trco while trim- Â¬ Annie Bassett were united in the holy rK are authorlrcd to announce VVM LYONS ner time for the hotels II at a cnudidatu for Jailer of llrcckciiridgc Miss Fannie Goodson was here last ming it and was severely injured died and sacred bonds of matrimony Hev If count tubject to the actiun of ihe Democratic B A Copass performed the ceremony in Saturday and Sunday the guest of Mrs last Wednesday from the effects party Mr James M Parsons of McDaniels Blanch Mosely Mrs B F Willett closed her school his most earnest perfect and impressive has a record that very few men of his FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We give the same attention to repairs last Friday She has not been at all manner age can boast of voted tho lie has sent by mail or express as if left in At 8 p m tho wedding march played fP arc authnrlVcil to nun on nee Jurist MIL Democratic ticket for riO Miss Klla Dowdon has a largo well years not even KM nn iKJiiriti i iiriiiiiiviti iiriri i cimll- C Lewis t Co by Mr Hobt W Vaughn was heard to il lit lur rcflti lion to ihe olliti ol County At school which is progressing nicely voting for a Uepublican for countable Ionic if lrccKtMiriilt Count Miljtct to the Postmaster McClure and bis deputies Mrs llawlings nnd I havo a kind in- Â¬ vibrate and resound its sweet strains uuion of the lcinocrtUt ut and has never had a slierill to ask him are pretty prompt in opening up tho vitation through Judge Kawiings from and the bridal party camo slowly marchfor his taxes U are autlmrixed to announce mail and distributing it Mrs Robinson and Mrs Ayisworth to ing up the aisle taking their stand Clnvvrrxtrt as uc1mliii1ii for county Aiirmcy ui nrccKcnrtUKC county u Mr Jolly Meador was taken ill last hear Bishop Dudley at Grahampton in near an arch of flowers in which was thu Duncans Valley is a lovely section of jeet to the iction of the JciTUMrilic party lucky horse shoe of Marshalneil roses this county The lands are as fertile as Monday evening and is not able to be April FOR SURVEYOR Mrs Georgo Frymire Union Star and where they were mado ono to love river bottom farms and as well improv Â¬ at his place of business Ar- - arc ISnuthorieil tn announce A A ed Modern two story dwellings loom Mr Jesso Whitworth has quit the ho Mrs Elvico Wimp Owensboro have re- Â¬ honor and cherish in tho presence of r of CIotcrjHUt for urejor ol If IA Mr tkcnriile county God and man and after a short prayer ii1jt Lt to the action ul the up on every hand which indicates that tel business and gone to house keeping turned homo from a visit to their parents Democratic urty Judge J F Woolfolk and wife and Mr they again by the strains of music the dwellers are all prosperous and take in Will Hardins new house FOR SHERIFF B F Beard and Coleman marched out Tho bride was a vision of Haswell and Mrs K Wimp pride in their homes The lands in this arc authorized to announce I K Little Mabel Hardin celebrated her beauty in a dress of cream and lace carÂ¬ valley are principally owned by the wero in Louisville several days last UIODKsnf McDaniclt in a candidate for Tho Micriil of Ilnckcnridgc county tubject to the Piles a clever and prosperous family of week buying n large elock of spring twelfth birthday lastSaturday evening by rying a bunch of brides roses V Deputies at tion of the Democralic pirt goods entertaining her young friends very groom in tho conventional black was hcottCart ir Union Mir llins I Wroe of people C lotcrporl and Chat It Miller ot Ilardlntburi There was a patent medicine man on handsomely She was tho recipient of looking his best and seemed happy in his new possession Tho attendants Deputy Sheriff Charlie Millor says the streets Monday attracting consider- Â¬ may tokens of lovo and esteem SLX the Hudsouville District is one of thu able attention and pulling in the boys H Dowden has tho celebrated were Miss Georgia B Hawkins little Dr J best tax paying districts in his ride half dollars Orantunder and is now ready to extract Helen Dowell who wero also looking Hew H W Browder who is education- Â¬ teeth without pain and also without any lovely in their costumes of cream and The people all pay their taxes promptly PICKED UP al secretary of tho Ixmisvillo Conference danger Gas or any anesthetic often lace Mr J F Jenkins nnd master Helm Vaughn who in the usual black wero Postmasters all over the county tell us spent Saturday and Sunday with us in leaves unpleasant effects if not serious Business in looking up over on the that the News is taken out promptly on the interest of theKlkton training school Tho ladies of the Catholic church will looking splendid Ushers wero Messrs branch mid Micro will bo good timua its arrival at their offices and very few and preached a fine sermon Sunday on next Sunday decorate the ultar with RA Shellman Hobt N Vaughn and over tbcro from now on Moorman subscribers allow their papers to remain morning beautiful flowers Father Herbuths Johnic B Crawford Ribbon boys Mas- Â¬ Dean it Co thu tic men rereivet onlcra in the office more than a day This sister will preside at the organ and lead ters Willie and Jim Frank Biggs The There was quite a spirited contest in last week to ship out all of their ties anil shows that the Nkws is a popular paper the County Court last Monday over an tho choir and I can safely add Father groom is a young business man of they begin work thin week They have ami eagerly looked for every-- week application for tavern license from Gar-llt-- Herbuth will give us a wholesome Easter Evansville Intl the bride is tho pretty now over SOOOO to move This will give There aro very few homes in Ilrecken niece of Mr and Mrs It A Smith pro- Â¬ witii the privilege of selling whis- Â¬ talk employment to n number of men anil ridge county to which tho Nkws is not ky Mr Whcatley of Big Spring was Davenport the faithful and eff- prietors of the Smith House here where Julia put a lot of money in circulation It a welcome visitor Seventy six new the applicant Tho Court refused tho icient colored cook at theSt Cloud Hotel tho bridal party with a few friends were will albO be a big thing for the roatl names are added to our list this week license on tho ground that a majority was married at tho M E church last pleasantly entertained until a lato hour opposed it This is about tho tho third Wednesday to George Jones the colored At 10 30 the doors of the dinning room Hows This Dave Moorman is about as w ell fixed as A goal many of their white wero thrown open and the party looked We oiler One Hundred Dollars He time an effort has been made to get a barber any young man we know of in the county tavern at Garfield but it always meets friends witnessed the marriage and wo upon and partook of a supper fit for tho gods to behold nnd ono long to bo re Â¬ lie has one of the best farms in his sec- ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot with determined opposition A number all wish them happiness Tho few present wero tion well improved ami under n high be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure It is wonderful how early memories membered of people have made up their minds that F J Cheney it Co Props Toledo 0 state of cultivation lie has an estima Â¬ cling and how they are recalled by pass Misses Georgia and Kate Hawkins no whisky shall bo sold there We tho undersigned have known F ble wife and six bright and interesting ing incidents Out serenading a few Georgia McCubbins Laura Styles Ella Notick J Cheney for the last 15 years and belie vo children and it is a pleasure to visit his nights since a trifle brought up that P Mosely littlo Helen Dowell Mrs I handlo all kinds of steel and iron him perfectly honorable in all business of New Albany Mrs home quaint ballard My Long Lost Ned Crawford transactions and financially able to carry rooting imitation brick siding and re littlo Breeches when a young gentleman was Will B Lcnnin of Hardinsburg Mr and pair all kinds of tinware All kinds of Mrs Robert W Vaughn and son Mas Â¬ Joe Mattingly is one of the busiest out any obligation made by their firm Call and get quite over como by the lava tide of early Wi st ct Thiax Wholesale Druggists carpenters work done men in Olendeaue He runs a good ho ter Helm Mrs Frank O Ferry Messrs recollections John M iewis Wamhmi Kixvan ot Mar- Â¬ prices tel and a blacksmith and wagon shop in Toledo 0 It A Shellman Dr D White I B A young lady friend in Louisville vin Wholesalo Druggists Toledo O connection and has all the work he can JOLLYS STATION writes to a mutual fticnil hero inquiring McCubbins J F Jenkins Johnio B Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter- Â¬ do in his line The wagons and plows Crawford and Roland Wadllngton The Whats that joke on Misa Nellio turned out from his shop are of a su- nally acting directly upon the blood and Fanners are all mnkine good uso of Never mind Nellie B Lewis is a star of bride and groom left on tho steamer perior ipiality and give general satisfac- Â¬ mucous surfaces of the system Price this pretty weather Hagan for Evansville Ind their future tho first magnitude in our galaxy of 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists tion home the following morning at 2 30 a Jolly Station is on a boom and Silves- Â¬ luminaries hero and when that LouisTestimonials free ter Crnis has opened a drug store here ville friend comes this ensuing summer m A life of sunshine and a path of roses good deal of complaint among I hear a wo wish them Thos Bland has taken charge of 11 I well tell it all LODIBURG the people in thu taxed libtrictnow that Blands fine stallion Ho started out Misses Mamio Daugherty Jennie Cloverport Normal the question is settled that they have to Items scarce tho weather fair Monday Hoberts and Shackled of Ekron go down in their pockets and pay up II F Shellmau was in I oniaville last Kvcry body is dono sowing oats in this The Cloverport Normal will begin Juno wero on tho street last Saturday after-Â¬ They are not complaining so much week 11th and continue for a term of six weeks neighborhood and a great many aro noon Miss Mamio thought she might about the tax It is the way they have Mr C Hobbins Sample was in our dono breaking corn ground Profs James H Logan and Andrew probably meet his Satanic Majeaty in been treated by certain leaders in being town last Friday Driskell are the efficient instructors Win Pate is turning tho farm of his tho county but ho failed to appear If This is an opportunity for the teachers of lead to believe that thoy would not have W II Hardin Owensboro was visit father in law Thos McQuady bottom loose wonder where ho holds forth it to pay They say that they have been ing in the Valley last week Breckenridgo and surrounding counties side up William is a right smart of a hes Where swino grazo unlawfully dont to receive thorough instruction ready and willing to pay it from the Jas Ii what is tho matter with your hustler in tho you recKon or wnero klno brouzo on start and now that it comes all in a lump face 0 hush Lodiburg amulothrowcd Miss Joanna Coomes of Hanlinsburg science of teaching that should bo em- Â¬ forbidden pastures and at a time when money is very hard me braced by all who desire advancement and Miss Clara Crues of Jolly Station Tho hasty account sent you pertaining The instructors are men thorough tn to get it works a particular hardship Miss Iuey Jolly Sample was visiting were tho guests of Misses I ee and Ella to Mrs Will Bowlings sad death was their line and no ono need doubt their Miss llobblu Hardin a few days last Bland Friday evening The Democratic party in this county w eek J W Wright who got his foot broken mostly correct except sho was not In the ability Thu tuition is only 500 for tho is in better shape than it has been for Mr tike Rhodes tho polite sewing several months ago is not yet able to do pond but some distance from it Mrs entire term and board can bo had for years There is a general good feeling machine agent was in the neighborhood much walking though he is making a Bowling was a consistent Christian and 250 per week was president of the Ladles Aid at tho existing among all Democrats Thoy are last week good baud sowing grain on horse buck For furtluy particulars address J II We all condolo aiid Logan CicHerport taking an active interest in tho primary Mrs George Ilasham was visiting her Ky or Andrew Tho county candidates aro a consider- Â¬ tlmo of her death and nro desirous of having the best and daughter Mrs Laura Hardin last Satur- Â¬ able of a bother to the farmers just now sympathize with tho bereaved family Driskell HsWned Ky most available men nominated There day and Sunday Wo want to vnto for tho right men so but feel consoled to know our friend is w ill bo a largo vote polled and whoever Off TME TRACK that we will bo sure to get there in Nov Â¬ happy with her idolized daughter in John Jarrett and Carlt Richardson two their Fathers kingdom tho nominees may be perfect harmony of our most polito candidates were in ember To the Dettoofatlc voters of will prevail county How impressive the death and burial tajVe this method of In- Â¬ town last Saturday of our Redeemer Ho offered up his life forming rafBbM and supporters that THE MARKETS Misa Pearl Gibson Cloverport was A swing around tho couuty last week visiting her brother W II Gibson a sacrifice redemption for us How glor- Â¬ owingmaHplBicrcsts and cngago of with tho dear candidates was a pleas this place last week Cattlk Hecelpta Monday 810 head ious His resurrection The tomb has ments that J5H3rawTr3ln4o rac or ant and profitable trip to tho News Dr J M Hardin Ilrandenburg was market very slow and draggy all day been shorn of its power tho gravo is County Jnilu TrTTlM It inliliiii county Tho candidates are a Jolly set of fellows visiting his mother Mrs Mary J Har-Â¬ long at about lost weeks prices on all helpless to assort its sway How thanking my friends for their warm so- Â¬ grades of butcher cattle Quotations complete and perfect the plan sealing licitation and earnest support and pledg-Â¬ and it is good to bo with them Tho din a few days lost week our redemption so carefully ordained ing hearty support in the cause of Dem- Â¬ people enjoy their coming and aro espec Â¬ Hill Otto Irvlugton was at Lodiburg Good to extra steers 1100 to 1200 lbs ially kind and courteous They invite several days lost week working in the 325 to 3 50 j fair togood steers 800 to and teaching one great truth or lesson ocracy tho coming election I now with- Â¬ 1000 lbs - 75 Ui 325 j common steers Tho mora our hearts dwell upon the draw from the race them to their homes glvo them plenty interest of Jolly it Hensley light marvelous drama the more aro they fill- Â¬ 225 to 275 to cat and good beds to sleep in and Jos M Mullen Clint tho little son of Win Norton 700 to 800 lbs 175 ed with an over powering sense of tho make it pleasant for them generally died on lost Sunday morning with tho steers and heifers 450 to 050 lbs to 2 25 wisdom and power of Him who wrought Notice black erysipelas age flvo years lions Hecelpts 2483 head market the plan The thought of Easter is joy Tho News has said and it still says Notice la hereby given to tho Demo- Â¬ Tho littlo child of Mr June Ater came deeper even than tho joy of Christmas crats of the Bewleyville Magisterial Dis-Â¬ that there la no better people living than pretty near being burned to death last about steady on good Packers and Butch- Â¬ now that Christ Is arisen Now the trict that a convention is called to meet the good people of Urcckonridge and tho Friday Her clothes and hair were all ers at 170 Si iiisu Lahhs Hccelpts light mar- Â¬ cross has been endured His sorrow in Bewleyville at 1 oclock April 7th more wo mingle with them and tho bet Â¬ burned off of her yet strange to say tho ket stcaly on good common very dull His humiliation His agony all are fin Â¬ 1604 for the purpose of nominating can Â¬ ter wajx coino acquainted tho more im Â¬ child was not burned to death Kxtra shipping Tenn ished Ho Is risen a deep holy joy is didates for Magistrate and Constable in 400 to 125 pressed we are that wo are right This rovu It At K ACIIV1 Or you aro all Horn inn rrali good lor nothlaf fair to good shipping 3 75 to 100 ex Â¬ ours Let us arise with Him in newness the Bewleyville District in not only true of ono section butcf the It 11 Kniieri ilvlilil i rr tra butchers 100 to 425 fair to good of life and renewed resolves to cerve ilKOfTVV jmuy wholo county It is truo that soino sec March 10th 1801 nlinlflnii Him Lb lMm luklln munuut In Innjlid In I IVwlllcuruyou anJKlreaiooUpieUte field butchers 375 lo 1 00 lur all deaMR In jaeUkJae Chas HDbury Chrmn Ly lvw W TIME TABLE noma wkst SPRING -- 1 1894 Is Dawniix And as usual we are still at the front showing this week the largest newest and the best selected line of r Â¬ - Spring Dres hkH - 1 Ever shown in this section and prices were never so low i lty Â¬ 1 Bought Direct from the Manufacturers Bought in Large Quantities Bought for Spot Cash Â¬ Consequently we are in a position to offer you every inducement that heart can wish i Â¬ per-Bon-- T Come and See Us Â¬ Wli Â¬ VEST v Chas B PAGES 0 T Skillman- -- ALL KINDS OF 11 g V II INSURANCE I mm hi K m Bfflmffl8Bffi6B85a Â¬ a58 v Money Kaye Made I Â¬ HOW By Trading at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ As they are the Cheapest Oash Men on earth Oash talks and money makes the mare go And we kind- Â¬ ly ask the few that are indebted to our firm to come forward and settle their accounts as we need the money We will let you have it back in the run of a year by trading with us As we are on the Firs day of March to commence a Carters Â¬ Strictly Cash Business From the word go Oash or produce must come in when the goods go out And by doing this we can sell cheaper and you knew it Como in and got your 20 lbs of Granulated Sugar for Hoosier Cottons 5c Good Tlow Shoes for DOc and 100 Ginghams at 5c And every thing in tho Btoro at Rock Bottom prices 100 i i We mean business we are here to stay u while any- - how and if we dont make any thing as some of our good merohants say we wont it is our fault not yours And once more we will ask you to come in and settle your accounts at once as we want to square our books and mustjjhave the money in bur business CALL AND SEE US -- -- tf Respectfully Kaye D H WILSON - Carter HARDINSBURG KY JACK FOR SALE Two jcar old will be three Jnue 15 1S94 BUcIt with ll the point high ery 14 band HylUhtod highly bred lor further Inform Hon or ptrtlculiriCiU pn or iddreM if Hotel Feed Stable AND SALOON jiitthi Bewleyville Ky WILLIAM HKAKDj JUrilUiborj Kjt HBX BRRGKRNRIDGR 1 KEXW GLOVRRPORT KY 3 ISMiinf An ire AND American Story Full of the Romance and Mystery of the East V STRANGE WEIRD FASCINATING STORY OF LOVE hATE TOLD IN A NOVEL MANNER VIVID IN THE PICTURING OF EXCITING SITUATIONS Full of Virility and Dramatic Powor Stiring and Effbctivo Charming and Exciting THE READER FEELS THAT HE IS MORE THAN A SPECTATOR THE EVENTS AND TAKES A PERSONAL INTEREST IN THE UNFOLDING OF THE PLOT OF A Masterly Tale By Americas Leading Author SYNOPSIS ClIAITIUt I Dr Frank Malnwaring n tu- dent and recline lives on the family estates at Cedarcllfle with his mother and eldest brother John Another brother Henry Isioving abroad The Malnvrarlngs are Americanized Knirlish people and the estate with an Income of ffooon a year Is subject to the laws of primogeniture II Miss Sinfiro KorcHal a hlthcrlii unheard uf niece of Mrs Malmvarfntr arrives at Cedarcllfle from Unhand tirlnfrlni a letter from her lather written nn his deathbed and committing the girl Sinfire to the care of his American relatives was reared in India Ill Sinfire betrays a deep interest in the ab- Â¬ sent Henry Malnwaring and John becomes in An acci- Â¬ fatuated wtlth his beautllul cousin dent reveals to Dr lrank Mainwarlng that John has the heart disease and the ownership of IV Cedarcllfle may change at nny moment Sinfire becomes a mystery In the Malnwaring household John makes a confidant of Frank and acknowledges his loe for her He declares that he will shoot any rival who thwarts him and asks Franks aid in finding out whether her heart Is free or otherwise V The mystery surrounding Sinfire grows deeper Frank saves her from the deadly stroke of a cobra in his collection and n bond of sym Â¬ he an- Â¬ pathy is established between the two nouncement of Henrys expected return causes confbslnn to Sinfire VI and VII Henry ar He makes a confidant of rives at Cedarcllfle Frank andjn a JoKlng way advises lilin to get rid of John and marry Sinfire He professes to have had no communication with the Forrrstal 1 Â¬ Juliau Hawthorn J- - family while abroad VIII The depredations of a gang of burglars in the neighborhood cause the Muinwarings to Sinfire carries a derring- Â¬ look to their weapons er constantly John and Henry have harsh words concerning tkclr beautiful cousin and quickly following that Sinfire tells Frank that she hates some man unnamed IX Slnhre tells Frank that she has a bitter reckoning to make with one of his brothers but punlohment Is with- Â¬ X In anticipa- Â¬ held out of regard lor Frank tion of a visit from the burglars the household ot Cedarcliffe removes to a summer camp at Pebble lake 10 miles distant The men propose to re- Â¬ turn to the mansion grounds at night and grap Â¬ ple with the burglars Z w I I had been wuuihk ever mnco lio ro turneil homo from abroad to bjxmIc to hltn on a subject of imiortanct to ua both replied Sinfire her checks nnd eyes glowing wkilo her voico augmented I hnd never in volumo and richness found the opportunity that suited inc Ho did not suspect my intention indeed ho misinterpreted it and at ono timo I thought of taking advantage of his mis- Â¬ take to accomplish what I wanted But that course proved to be too difficult I mean too revolting and I gavo it up And afterward something happened here for the first and last timo her something voico faltered somowhat that almost madouto decide to give it all up givo np all I had come so far to do and had promised to do and to leavo Cedarcliffe as suddenly as I camo to it But then when I rcmombered the wrong ho had dono I said to myself that I would stay and not break my promise So when tho nmbuslt was planned I know that it would givo md what I wanted I could meet him and then I could ride back to the lake and no ono would know that wo had met Allow mo a moment madam inter- Â¬ Tho inferenco posed tho judgo again from your words is tho ostensible in- Â¬ ferenco especially when viewed in con- Â¬ nection with tho event which afterward took placo that you wore acting with the deliberate design of waylaying Mr Henry Maiuwaring and being armed of either compelling him to do some Â¬ thing or to agreo to something wo do not know what or in caso of his re-Â¬ fusal or for whatever resjpon might seem to you sufficient taking his life I Bay this is an allowable inference from your words Is it what you intended to convoy It was in my thoughts that I might but tako his lifo Sinfiro answered other things were also possible I could not know what I should finally do until I had spoken to him and heard him speak I think now that I should prob- Â¬ ably not havo killed him but then he is doail and ono feels more gently toward the dead replied tho Very well madam judgo scribbing somo words on a paper and then scratching his chin with Ids You may proceed penholder I I havo told nearly all she said searched for Henry Malnwaring but I fri not find him I once caught sight of some one I thought was he but it was his brother John They must have al- Â¬ tered their original intention and watchod in different places from those they had at first determined on Tho body was found in a spot I had not looked in At last as tho dawn began to break I went back to the barn and saddled my horso and rode toward tho lake At that time tho murder must havo boon done and John Maiuwaring and the groom after carrying tho body to the house had returned to tho camp And presently tho wagon came up and I joined the others and they told me what had happened but no one askod me how I chanced to be mounted aiid abroad bo early That is all Pardon me I have one more ques Â¬ tion to ask said the lawyer who held I think the derringer in his lunula you aald this pistol waa In tho same con UUoa aa on that morning Are yon aware that it has been dhscliarged and thai Om ahell of the cartridge aUU re-- itoltr -- - At this announcement lonn wnoso faco had lightened n little during tho previous few moments suddenly turned white nnd leaned heavily against the back of his chair Yes I know that returned Sinfire quietly How do you nccount for it As I was on my way buck to tho barn I saw n rabbit crossing tho path nnd I fired nt it It was the impulse of n moment and I was sorry directly aftÂ¬ erward that I had killed tho poor creature It wns nn impulso that may havo fatal consequences for you matlani rejoined tho lawyer while a low muttering of discordant feeling rau through tho room Your honor ho continued wo havo treated this ludy with every considera- Â¬ tion nnd sho has been allowed to tako her own courso in the story she has told Wo had witnesses ready to speak to sev- Â¬ eral points but tho cynical frankness which has characterized tho greater pirt of tho narrative to which you havo just listened renders their confirmation super- Â¬ fluous while ns for the conclusion of tho talo so manifestly artificial nnd out of keeping with tho rest it will not I think carry any weight of conviction with it Wo havo been told that tho witnoss had a motivo for enmity nnd hatred against tho deceased reaching back to n perioj antecedent to her appearance in this community nnd her presentation of her- Â¬ self before us as the offspring of an un consecrated union nnd therefore with out recognized social status justifies tin inferenco that in whatever may havo happened between her nnd the deceased ho was not tho only or tho chief ono to blame Bo that ns it may sho conceived a malignant purposo against him Why should I concern myself to ro produco tho fluent rignmrolo utteied by this solemn legal fool Ho spoko accord- Â¬ ing to his light but his light was dark- Â¬ Ho ended by proposing that Sin- Â¬ ness firo should bo committed for trial with- Â¬ out further ceremony on tho chargo of tho willful nnd promeilitated murder of Henry Malnwaring and it would doubt Â¬ less havo been so ordered if I had not urisen nnd stated that I was prepared to make a deposition of the gravest impor- Â¬ tance which would put a very different construction upon what had just been heard Tho judgo accorded mo permis Â¬ sion to givo my ovidenco in my own way In accordance with what I had resolved upon tho night beforo I requested to bo sworn nnd when the oatli had been ad Â¬ ministered this is what I said I do not pretond to explain why tho lady who has just testified lias willfully laid herself open to n chargo of which she is as innocent as I nut myself It is my business only to prove that sho is innocent of it and that I shall do boyond any doubt As to tiio account sho gives of her origin something of it I already knew or suspected and also that sho was hostile to my brother Henry though tho causes of that hostility I was content to conjecture I nover asked her and sho nover told mo what they were I must reveal also what hitherto has been known only to her and myself that I havo loved this girl almost from tho begin ning of our acquaintance and in duo timo I had reason to beliovo that my love But no defiuito contract was returned was mndo between us becnuso it was first necessary that boiiio conclusion should bo reached in her relations with my brother I did not know what sho intended as to that and sho probably did not know herself But on tho night of which so much has been said wo agreed to meet My illness prevented mo from taking part In tho proposed ambush and every Â¬ thing was propitious Sho could como to mo without suspicion or peril and wo could remain together many hours Ac- Â¬ cordingly sho left tho camp at the lako beforo 10 oclock and reached my rooms at 11 Sho was still with mo whon tho groom camo to announce tho murder und while ho was with mo she withdraw into tho laboratory Sho was fctill there when wo brought back tho body and after my brother und tho groom had do partqd on thoir errand sho helped mo to lay out tho body and sho put upon his breast tho opal ring which was tho wit Â¬ ness of his fault Then nt my advlco sho returned as sho has told you toward tho camp until sho mut tho returning party Whilo I waa uttoring theso perjuries I looked neither at my brother nor nt tho lawyers but straight at Sinfire At ilrst her oyes encountered mine but presently sho dropped thorn and tho Hush in her cheeks faded aud faded until oven her lips were whito I was prepared to have her spring up and givo mo the lie but sho did not stir Sho hardly seemed to breathe in her stillness What she would Bay to mo in private remainod to bo seen but at least I should havo saved her life and iuasmuoh us her fair famo wns al Â¬ ready overshadowed by her relations with Henry sho might recognizo that my action Vas nt wont tho only possible means of clearing hor from complicity with his murder Nevertheless her utter uudeuioustrativenosj tniulo me moro un Â¬ easy than any outbreak would have done It was the sign of iuward storm Meanwhile the sensation iwoduced among the listeners by my teetiiaonwa lively and ill suppressed But I had sot vet il one Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I inn fully aware I wild Hint what I have told la a mrry trilnili fnunn iniiu to tlm wuiiiilii that lie lnei Mini nm only add to show that 1 took no Uxrv udvautnw f tlie confidence slii placed ill inc tlmt it in tho purpiiHC nnd pride of my life to niiikc heriuv wile I would defend her with my lifcngitilist the shad ow of dishonor but 1 Could lint stand by and nv her lifo l1i1iiiki1 ih1 by some unknown illainn crime What she would havo iliiil rather than confess I havo confessed for hor against her will Thoro was more to nny but it was nover spoken A calamity us terrible ns it was unforeseen interrupted the words for- Â¬ ever No ono apparently had thought of kcoplng an eyo upon John whilo I was speaking Ho had been forgotten in tho interest concentrated upon Sinfiro and myeolf Suddenly in tho stillness of tho crowded room n sound burst out which I can liken only to tho roar of nn angry lion nnd I was conscious that some one hod sprung townrd me It was my brother His faco was deformed with passion Ho ncrcamcd out nomo words that were too furious to bo articulate That ho meant to kill mo no ono who saw him could doubt Thero were two benches between him nnd tho wit Â¬ Ho cleared ness box in which I stood tho first but caught his foot on the back of tho neeoiid and fell forwatd with n crash Three or four men lifted liiiti His features were contracted Thero was a quivering about his eyebrows and his eyes closed opened and closed again Dont lay him down Ho hasnt faint Â¬ ed its tho heart I cried out aud in a moment I had got out of tho box nnd wns rfupporting his head against my shoulder But ho was beyond help Tho strain upon tho great organ of lifo dur Â¬ ing the past 18 hours had been too se- Â¬ vere nnd the violent emotion caused by Sinfiros deposition culminating in tho rage kindled by my story with tho shock of his fall had dealt him his deathblow I felt his pulse shiver beneath my finger and then stop Jim head dropped for- Â¬ ward with n hoarse sigh 1 laid him gently down on tho bench and coveted Â¬ Address to tho Colored School Flvo months ngn I came lo your proud city You knew mo not but ushered Into your dwellings nnd public places of worship You made mo a participant In your services and your feasts You held out to mo your right hand and fellow shipped mo Into your society You Hindi mo n captain of your little hosts and promised to adhere lo me Your presence and comeliness in so ciety hnvo been both gratifying nnd pleasing to me Â¬ The Kind of lnidifino yon nootl it h AN AMPHIBIOUS KANAKA old reliable Ionic and blood purifier Your esteem and high estimation put upon my captainship nnd tho work which I hnvo bo diligently prosecuted havo obviously increased every day Your benevolent nnd hospltablo spirit has been to mo as tho Nile is to Egypt Tho Nilo inundates Egypt exhumes presclous rubles In somo sections and produces luxurious vegtatlou In others DISCOlllSU TO BTUDKNTS IlOSTIllM SEATED OX AVERS SARSAPARILLA it enn have no substitute Cures others liia face CHAPTER XVII So by these strokes of good fortuuo I am become heir of Cednreliffo nnd my dreams of power and felicity aro within my grasp It is now threo days sineo tho secno in tho courtroom Tho perjury which I committed answered its purpose After considerable discussion Sinfiro was ac quittnl and Henrys murderer still ro- uiaius unknown Lveu Sinfiro a strong nerves were overthrown by tho shock of Johns terrible death nnd whether or not she had previously intended to chal Â¬ lenge my testimony sho let tho timo pass by when sho could havo don cp with effect Sineo then she has rem cd at Faxons house whoro his w wnits upon her But today I shall sp with her and learn her mind Who nave tlono lias tieen done for tier that is my consolation Even should sho reject It it will bo a consolation still Were tho past weeks still in tho futuro would pursue tho sanio course Well I cannot nrguo from what I am to what I was Up to the time when Sinfiro ap Â¬ peared my lifo had been all thought nnd speculation but so far as action was concerned only a dull level of monot Â¬ onous routine no memories no antici pations no events Then during ono fly Â¬ ing summer 1 lived through tho full height nnd depth of my naturo The action nnd passion of a lifetimo were con- Â¬ centrated in that little spaco The torch flamed up royally for a moment but now It flickers mid perhaps it will dio out Indeed I feel an Indiffercnco stealing over mo Fow errors and few joys could quicken my puUes now I havo made trial of myself and tho result Is not very satisfactory I thought I had in mo tho making of n great man but a great man Is great for a lifetimo not merely for nn hour I havo cleared my way and am ready to begiu my career but now that all elso is won tho enterprise Is lacking Somo men it would seem nro mocked in their very crentlon They feel within them tho stirrings of what seems to bo n mighty soul Thoy follow its dictates uiul behold nil that Pino flamo exhales away and leaves nothing but dust and ashes It wus but tho specter of n mighty soul a that tempts them to destruction Yet thero Is ono thing that can ro nnlmato mo nnd perhaps stimulato mo to fulfill the destiny I had Imagined If Sinfiro gives herself to me I am happy I nm in heaven aud tho powors of hell shall not prevail against mo Sho is my lifeblood nnd tho breath of my nostrils Who sho Is whence sho comes nnd for what end I know not but sho has made herself my earth and my heaven my space my fate Will she vanish ns sho camo The sun sets nnd darkness falls but nnon tho east is afire and ho comes again But iiiwn tho night of her depar Â¬ ture if she depart no dawn will over 1 Â¬ Little warriors Ciesir paused on tho brink of tho Uubicon beforo crossing to attack Gaul but you you I say must not haiilt here Timo nnd talent will not allow you tojiesitnto here you must march onward Beyond you lies n field whoso vertical and horizontal boundary are unknown Brave patriotic and tal- Â¬ ented soldiers havo roamed that field and written numerous volumes concern- Â¬ ing it Tlieso books you rend in school nnd thoso from which you writo composi- Â¬ tions nro tho products of their patient careful and wido investigation of that field Yet lar moro remains to bo told concerning that field than has been Upon that intellectual battle ground facing you millions of talented wnrriora must assemble form a treaty of peace and pass into eternal ohlvlon all ques tions which Impede tho progress of civil- Â¬ ized people Will you journey on with Will each of you per tho phalanx suado others to join in nnd help conquor ignorance nnd break down race preju- Â¬ dice Intelligence money and virturo aro tho only attributes that can over eradicate nil questions which infest this Nation nnd put you on n common level with other people Students allow no ono to put a higher estimation upon yoir than you put upon yourselves Vul uo yourselves as priceless jewels Con tinuo to peruse your books till I lis sum Â¬ mons comes to bear you to your final resting plnco whoro evil legislation nnd anarchy can never moro disturb your eternal felicity May many great blessings of Heaven rest upon you all and may each of you perform such excellent services as will contribute to the benefit of your own race and tho welfare of yourselves Patrons I shall leavo your proud city in a few days and return to my homo in Tennessee I now give you back tho students which you put in my caro five months ago Students continue the drill you nro in possession of Make men and women of yourselves And now patrons nnd students I bid you Wji Poynteh good by CLOVER CREEK J It Taul Jr Is going to school at Cloverport Mr Carrol Perkins left for Illinois on tho 7th lust Miss Iillio dont caro for Itico but once a week Gotlfrey Ball is contemplating going to Illinois soon Mrs Addie Bugger will crop with Bon Patterson this year Miss Mollio wouldnt givo a Datid Ban in for any of the boys Dr Burck has a patient with henrt trouble In this neighborhood Tho protracted meeting at Hardins School houso Is still In progress Miss Lillie accompanied by her cousin has returned homo nfter a pleasant visit in Grayson county An Axtel candidate pyrooted twenty miles through the rain to marry tlneo days beforo tho set time no fear of sharks and will tako to tho water at any timo and under any cir- Â¬ cumstances Whilo on board ono of tho island steamers n little whilo ngo off Diamond head Apu got fish hungry nnd jumtied overboard caught somo nnd returned to tho steamer in n fow minutes Iu 1891 whilo at Molokal in n small schooner with threo or four other na- Â¬ tives nfrtr discussing several bottles of McQUADY gin tho others left Apu on shoro for a joko nnd sailed for Maui Apu throw off his clothes tied them lu n bundlo on his Farmers nro busy Bowing oats head and swam nfter tho schooner which Mr Ferd Owens is in Louisville ho soon caught up with Tho others Wedding bells I Wedding bells I would not let him in so ho struck out Mr G S Wilson is building n new for himself and swam tho entire dlstnnce dwelling reaching tho Maul Bhoro somo timo be Â¬ Master Wlllio dolly was on tho sick foro tho others Tho dlstanco is over eight miles and tho current swift and list last week Tho Baptists of Corinth organized a dangerous givo Apu will surf riding exhibitions Sunday school Sunday on his arrival at San Francisco nnd tho Tom Miller says tho sun was shining board which ho will uso has been mndo boisterously Sunday to order of redwood which Apu says is Miss Daisy Miller is spending the week preferable to koa being so much lighter It will be painted black that color be with Miss Lida Lyons ing most obnoxious to sharks This surf Miss Luclla Whentleyof Hardlnsburg board Is 12 feet long and when perform- Â¬ was in our midst lost week ing Apu stands erect on it goes Born to the wife of G S Wilson through n variety of wondetfuland feats in 15 an eleven pound girl March balancing etc Hawaiian Star Miss Alice Brown of Fordsville Is the guest of Miss Kathleen Alvey STEAM HOLES IN A FIELD Mrs Win Ilendrick of Clover Creek A Queer Iliriioiiirniin nf Niiturn Wlilili I visited relatives here last week lei IIo Sriii 1111 it tlirm Out In lliKiiii Mr Thomas Miller was the guest of On tho farm of H It T Jones about Lela Jolly Sunday evening Miss three fourths of n mile south of Hub- Â¬ Mr Clias Miller of Tar Fork was tho bard nnd only n fow rods from tho stago road Is n curiosity which at present is guest of Miss UeJernctt Sunday attracting considerable attention It has Mrs Crews visited her sister Mrs been noticed for tho past 15 years but Lionel Coomes nt Kirk last week Mr Alvin Miller of Kirk was enter Â¬ never has aroused such Interest as in the past fow mouths On n space of say tained by Miss Lida Lyons Sunday 0 feet square appears this what Is it Mr John Jolly Jr and Kobt McGary It can bo seen just after n rain or whilo attended church nt Ilardinsburg Sunday tho ground is tilled or covered with waMiss Gertio Wilson is visiting her ter There urn numerous holes about as Juisenberry nt Cave largo as common leid or slato pencils grandma Mrs from which gas or air is constantly es Â¬ Spring returned last week caping with a houtid ns of meat frying Miss Lela Jolly or tho hwin of water on 11 hot stove or from a pleasant visit to relatives in Cloiron Sometimes tho pressure may bo verport stronger than at others but it is there Ono of our young ladiis is in the habit just thoRtmc The pressure is so great that if these of giving herself away by talking to her- Â¬ vents aro closed they will iu 11 fow min self too much utes tend tho mud Hying us though a Mr J A DeJernett nnd daughter mluiaturo blast had exploded A largo heavy iron pm vus inverted over soine Miss Flora were in Ilardinsburg shop of tho strongest vents tho rim being ping Wednesday McGary were buried in mud preventing any escape of Mr nnd Mrs Frank gas A man then sat down on tho pan guests of her sister Mrs W A Jolly and awaited results which were not Saturday and Sunday long in coming as tlie pan and man were Mits Jennio McGary seems quite sad lifted bodily Tho gas or nir was forced since the departure of a certain young through limewater but no change was noticed It was tested by tire but wo gentleman for tho far West cannot say it burned Ono peculiarity of following party spent a pleasant tho soil Is that no matter how wet tho Tho day Sunday as guests of Misses Ftllo and surrounding ground may bo this spot Jennio McGary Misses Lela aud Anna plows up hard and dry A well close by Jolly j Messrs John Lyons Jr Nelson keeps up n constant hissing aud tho wa- Â¬ ter reveals nothing out of common Jolly Godfrey Ball Flago Alvey Clias Woodburn Or Independent nnd Dennio Shcron Thomas Miller and Taylor Tato Ono youug lady was heard TC Nfi P LES to remark that all they needed to make SWAYNES tho party completo wns n candidate rUMTMrMT UMIIIMH1I AnSOLtJTELT COnEO rnMIIUM Mllurr w Inter e Itrhlnr ai1 ttUslnttl miMlHl nlKlilt or o rtrliTir If nllimvu lo rimtlnuv lliinor t irm ami prolrutr tiniifi liilntirrn f III Iteinnrkiilile Inats if ItlrliiK nnil Nitlmitiliii Among tho natives who will go to tho Midwinter fair at Sun Francisco Is James Apu now in Honolulu from Knunl who Is tho champion diver and surf rider of that island Many stories of tho re markable feats performed by this man ill the water lire related It is said that ho Is so expert at diving that ho can stay under water for four minutes nt n timo and mcanwhllo catch fish with a spear nnd net which ho uses whilo on his submarine visit IIo hns 11 Â¬ GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT Also Wholesale imt Krlull CO KENTUCKY tlr ilen In Yollow Pino Floorino and Coiling Shingles Hair Doors Laths Cement Lime Brick Dllnds Sash and and all kinds or Building Material Sole Agents or Homostead Fortilizoro Bono Moal and Troy will cure you Â¬ Orders accompanied with the dish promptly Illicit BANK OP HARDHTSBURG Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 7 600 B F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vice President M II BEARD Cashier O W BEARD J V -- MORRIS ESKRIDGE R M JOLLY Dire tor J INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Â¬ J D BRASHEAR 5 TOBACCO BUYER Long Brick Houso CLOVJiKPORT KY Dofiros lo Kco all llio tobacco fiiriucra of thin and Biirioiimliiig country James M Lewis Contractor Builder CLOVERPORT KY ScaTlsUinnUs funiislid on npplicatii - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 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oclcU 51 rffyrDec 171833 A Wtit Bound Traiut Lait Ilouml Traxm Mall 52 M rLt Kxprs Kxprs STATIONS Diily iniiy C aopin 74iiiii IvUiiii HIK Kentucky M f45 72 7 Mall V Kxprs Kxpr 45pm 311 ptar Jiy 12 12 T3pm 8 15 7 35 7 30 Iay Fertilisers I which oOfn Mrril rr MUAVMnOIVrMrMtllihliicil r- Hoi II rtmriivr bj MirUiff Btll br irtKU Irfl ridt jl nwavMAboMtdUlrliii anl ultf rnts troinlnc vrrr 47 7V1 HOI 730 90l 9117 9 17 8 8 40 41 81J WSIIHB MARKET WM 8Jl 84 gSU Farmers needing Fertilizers should call on Correctly wieMv liy Iuinphrey Inufer Pro Â¬ duce Commission Merchants ajo Second St bet Main and ilirkct Louisville Ky 8M 8V IU0 9 20 9 31 91 9 51 10 11 WeH Point Howard Itnck Haven Ionjr llranch Ilramlcnburi Kkron lltllun 1147 113 1124 11 Hi Irvinglon Wtbtler Lodiburi 1Icrce Stephensport Atldikon Cloverport Shops Skillman Cimtcin 1107 1U59 1050 10 41 11 31 101ft 1020 0 48 40 6 30 ti 714 717 658 JIM U 9 9 J J FRIEL at ru Mays Cooper Shop west end Iron bridge has just received a car load from The Cleveland Dryer Co Cleveland O Prices made satisfactory and delivered at various points in Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY March 20 1694 Shippers should mark all packages plainly with shipper name and post oDlco address BUTTER 15 IB Choice country Medium Common Creamery Fresh IIEANS Michigan -- 931 951 is 14 17 1011 1020 102S 10 31 10 till 10 50 614 tiUi Snple Holt 5 57 10 11 10 Oil 10 01 652 5 45 5 40 5 24 5 21 9 43 Ol 111 07 1012 10 10 18 10 X 10 48 10 5J 11119 1053 1105 11 111 1121 1130 1134 1140 euos hand picked 1 11 10 29 10 11 121 pm 12 22 1233 12 3S 12 42 llYJnn Iliwcivillc Ietric Falcon Cayce Lewiiport Towers iritlith Stanley Worthlncton Heads Snottsvlllc Owcnsbnro MattinKlr 9 48 9 45 9 33 St 4 4 4 922 914 908 9 01 5A 858 8 40 8 25 Hi 4 36 4 4 4 59 61 45 20 08 Kl Iates 815 802 7 64 7 61 7 43 7 35 7 27 1114 11 1 Navy 1 Old or Common and colored AND 1EACIIES DUIED AlPLKd cholco bright quarters Apples K to to 5 Apples average Apples old 4 to 5 Teaches new Peaches old ndlaca 75 to 1 85 60 to 1 85 00 to 1 20 lias 1131 11 4 11 Wpm 12 10 mi 19 1250 12 57 1 08 114 3 41 3 37 347 330 130pm arHcndcrsn llaskelts 3 23 3 16 719 310 lv 7 05im 26pm LaufsvIMeHadinsburg TAKING 20 Western JULY fU No 3 TIME TABLE FEATHERS Trlme white goose Mixed Old No 1 duck 15 West llounil Trains EFFECT riso 254 34 15 25 cannot feel any confidence or security Sho seems when fix my thoughts npon her to bo far off and still receding I am crashed down by some nameless Tho ghosts oppression of evil visions of any dead brothers seem to bo lying in wait for mo in tho gloom But Sinfiro can rescue me her soft white hand can savo mo Sho is my god I can look to no other But if sho fails mo what then Well thero Is still Suprnni I Â¬ 1 HIDES Green food Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins 3 5 a a 20 3f ft 7 Dally Daily ex Sun ex Sun No6 No 1 HOUim 1140 1155 im 1212 12 48 29 1801 Kast Hound Trains Dally Daily STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun No 2 No IrvinKton Ar 9 30am 8 20 Garfield 8 00 Harneit 7 Iv f Ilardlntburi Jollv ftlimleane Dempster Hock vale Huth Kirk 40 50 7 the county POULTRY liens per lb Hooters per lb Spring Chickens Turkeys ROOTS Ginseng Ky and Indiana Yellow Root OAME per Young Ducks per lb leese full featberd lb- - jSJECrOFir Impure Blood Hoods Snraapnrllla Makes Pure Blood and Cures Malaria It Is with pleasure that we call attention to tlio testimonial ot Mr A M Duck who Is well known la Florida nnd to the travelling public having for years lecn a railroad passenger con Â¬ ductor und later ticket agent at Jacksonville 0 1 Hood Co Lowell Mussi Somo three or four years ago I wrote to 7011 In reference to the good my boy had derlttd from the use of Hoods RarsnparlllA and now allow inu to any that the same boy ami bis mother became ami Hoods Sarsaparllla has again been used with satisfactory results I do not belters you can find a much better looking child for Ills age eight years than our boy For this picture ot health his mother aud also myself attribute It to tho use ot that most valuable remedy Hoods Barsnparllla His trouble before taking the medicine was an aftllctlon with bolls and a gen- Â¬ eral breaking out all over his body Of course from such suffering tlie child became weak and TO 1IK CONTINUED For Sale Horse power Saw Mill full attach- Â¬ ments 6 yoke work cattle 1 span horses Log wagons chains ensilage cutter etc Apply to A o 12 6a 7 3 75 u 7 100 118 125 145 710 7o 0 40 6 SO 6 37 5 26 2 20 ar lallsllouihlv 610 0 8 2 50 232 241 Askins 259 Oaks 3iOpm ArFordsviHcIv THE LOUISVILLE 68 5 00 4 45am 2 25 16 75 ST LOUIS AIR LINE h It R L 50 50 EAST Literary Chicago Iu Chicago there aro literary men and men of literary ability Tiieru is a distinction audit difference between tho twe classes Tho liteinry men are those whe writo unsalable novels of mituy pages and finally dispose of their works by the pound They epnd tho remainder ot their lives iu despairing of the future oi a western literate re jild iu running Tlie Clcanors and MeiidOta Monthly Thero is also II bart QfCJIrtjtileldTay lor who twitters thAiSH tiowor of wido margin and artra papeffarul sella numerous copief his works iXcause thero happen to tto 100 people in his set Ho forms u separate class by himself be ing tho solo member of Chicagos literati who has bridged tho great gulf fixed be tween Bohemia and Bolgraviii Chicago Â¬ Opons tho Way for Malaria 35 Ilahblti Squirrels Quail WOOL 1 SHORTEST QUICKEST AND BEST 35a 25 l Tub washed Grease fine Grease coarse Merino Hurry and Cuts Tallow Iieeswax Sorghum MISCELLANEOUS 25 26 16 M 17 12 14 12 14 5 ft 10 Evansville AND ALL rOlNTS West and South West St Louis Tine Card ia Effect Jul 31 lilNE TO 1892 0 4i Gv2t Lt Loulsrtllo 805 35 30 Molasses HAY ORAIN FEED We quote prlcei to day on Louisville eltj Art St Louts 720 pm 645 a in EraniTillo lt20 1000pm For further Information call on or addrtis ain85J pm42 St A pm RA J CAMPBELL wharft No 2 oatl rienl Pass Agt Office louts Mo OATS HAY B CAMPBELL Prostrated With Malaria 10 11 10 4 50 00 32 36 13 00 Strictly choice Choice No 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw CORN Choice wblt Choice shollsd St Cltj Ticket Louisville Ky SW I V Cor Third AMaln LauIitIIUKt 12 00 11 00 ft 00 75 50 Mall A Lost tlullo llumuii Clly Uneurtheil A dispatch to tho London News from Paris says Excavations lu Oissenn le Petit department of the Sartho have ro venlod a Qallo Itoman city which np poars to liavo betu destroyed by unearth quake Thocity probably contained somo 80000 inhabitants but its name is not Heron 42K 46 4 3 -- 3 3 00 60 40 00 25 20 50 75 knowu iu French history Tho rains in elude a great temple part of which is still standing also a theater and monu ments A nntnber of medals have been fonad which include one of the time of Emperor Constantino Â¬ of the system was a natu-Â¬ ral result We again resorted to Hoods Bars Irillii with wonderful success The word graH twle but poorly expresses our fseHngs toward A M BsCK Beunore Hoods Barsanarlils Ilorlds Its sure to get Hoods a yuuwwt prostration HoodsCures Heads Pills See Cottage Cloverport Ky CATTLE Good to extra shipping Light shipping Beat Butchert Medium to good butchert 11008 4 25 3 75 3 65 3 25 5 6 6 5 P Hopper Heysor House Cloverport Ky S Choice packing and butchers Fair to good i 6 Roughs ShoaU and pigs 100 lbs and under4 40 25 75 00 ct easily yet promptly sb4 efflctoutly en the liver and boweU Good to extra shipping Fair to good LAMBS Good to extra spring Fair to good SHEEP 3 75 1 60 3 25 3 50 4 75 4 00 4 50 3 50 - nmmtrnmimmim VWiiH iiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwwwHiwMWMMM j r V n- - n iiiiiiii ijiiWiWljiiMrifciW J TEl Bregkenridge ii BRROKRNRIDGB NTEIWS OLiOVEURFOHP KY AXTEL W nre having pretty wenther for farming Most of the farmers are ready for plant mixjtjujvju Km twu SJUJSJS IM I News IM hes a Methodist or hes a Fresh terlan I hi WEDNESDAY MAlUMt ISO Where the liui roaieth and the Ing corn Tin wang doodle nioiirneth for Its first born pill Is of Dr llert os Invention ami Is full of The sick nro Improving slowly nt this Imirruvptiient Tlioy mv by everyone I This part of my text my bn Hiring Is an ll Mr llowloy lost eight r ton sheep liy Iilch livers txut llvra tlnwo wliino liver writing -- nil find relief hi Dr iJcrctft other figger of speech and Isnt to be nro kIiikkMi clogs Inst week Mr Cicero Fentress had a log inlllng taken as It sayp ll does not nit nn the rirnsmit lVlleU To nitaiN WITH tlicso Pellets nro tho Inst Ftlday Ed Atwills little daughter Ilultto is howling wilderness c ri John tho smallest nnd easiest to take Theyre tiny very sick with typhoid pneumonia Mr John llintou hub moved mar Ax hard shell Baptist was fed on locus nnd ugnr ronted nntl lilllons granules that evÂ¬ ery child takes readily Jcsslu Shacklett and Albert Iloyncs wild it means my brethring tho city Hecondly Tliojro orfoctly onsy in their tcl on the Duggln farm nro quito sick with the- chicken pox of Mr Chnrho Ileum tt has been quite where corn Is worth six bits ono action no griping no disturbance TmrtDLY Their ofTect is lading Miss Bcttlo Hell Ilnmiltom of near day nary red the next whar niggers sick but Is convalescent Fourthly Put up in ghms always fresh Nnncy Mrs visited Brandenburg are as thick as black bugs in a split ba Â¬ Fifthly Theyre tho cheapest for thoyro Mr Jack Allen has changed arms llnyncs last week ham and gamblers thieves and pic- - guaranteed to givo satisfaction or your with Mr Nelson Stevenson con Fpr highest attainnblo workmanship money is returned You y only for tho pockets go skltting around tho stretts good you get Did you nil ever see such n nice look- Â¬ Mrs Berry will soon hnvo beans to eat Lastly Thoy ahioliitetti euro Constipa- Â¬ if Jack Frost dont get the first like weasels In a barn yard whar they All have retailed ing lot of candidates Tho employment of materials of highest quality mess have cream colored horses gilded car tion Indigestion Billon nil Attacks Sick or themselves in new trousers Bilious Headaches and derangements of Fralzo went homo founder- Mr Robert riages marble saloons with brandy aud tho liver stomach and bowels Tho elegant finibh Dr Burcli reports n great deal of sick- Â¬ eil from this vicinity a few days since sugar in them whar honest men nro ness Several rases of typhoid pneumo ROSETTA Webster I think you had better keep Tho strength of button holes and eyelet holes teircer than hens teeth and onco Ink nia in tho vicinity of Andyville your eggs to set your own bachelors on in your beloved preacher and bamboo Webster how can wo exchange- girls Rofctta was head quarters for tho can Â¬ Tho manner in which tho parts subject to strain aro strengthened sded him out of two hundred nnd twenty Boys wake up tho Horned com spond for eggs whenthereis not enough girls didates Friday Regardless of politics- seven dollars In the twinkle ofa sheeps cut nnd tell him to get n hustle on him here to supply tho home demand V Tho good feeling qualities Miss Molllc Lyon of Custer is attend tall hut cant do it ngln But there nre self Hallelujah Mr William Itoek Edmonds was ing school ot Vino Grove Many men of mmy iniitil for they shall gnaw n file and llee unto Mr Watt Jnrboe will soon hnve enough Tho commendable method of attaching tho collar and cufTd to tho Many buds of many kirnU fearfully kicked by n mtilu hut wick the mountains of II pidam where the J D Bahhnge of the Nnws wn the writing paper fiom Axtel lo paper his Many fishes in the sea It was thought for several days that his lion roareth mid the wang doodle guest of Alf Taylor Friday night shirts Many inin that dont agree kitchen wounds would result fatally Though Mrs Ben Hardin has returned from If all could agree what a heaven this mourneth for Its first born Mr Henry Jnrboo nnd wife enmodown symptoms for his recovery are favorable Tho great varitty of effective designs in ptain white negligeo My brethring Im captin of that llat I am so often of late Hardinsburg after a visit of n week earth would be to nttend meeting nt Levi Chaiirelors nt this writing he Is not yet out of dan boat you sec high up thar and Ivo got reminded of a hard shell sermon I colored embroidered and piquo shirts V G Babbngo was seen mixing with last Saturday night ger rend when I was a boy It struck me as aboard of her Hour bacon and oats and tho citizens of this place Thursday Mr Hilary Speak started last Monday Wm Wright after weeks of patient being A liy neck band of ingenious pattern by whioh tho collar button potatoes and apples and as good Mo bo rediculously funny somehow Mr Lawrence Tolbert paid Miss Matt for Ullnoise His brother Abe will Buffering passed to the mystic beyond it got stuck in my memory nnd if ye ed- nongelmly whteky as you ever drank the morning of the 6th lust leaving u itors have no objection I will offer it for and Im mighty apt to get a big price for it Slaton a visit of a few hours duration start next Monday to llvo with him in is prevented from touching or chafing tho neck their new home Wo wish them great wife and several small children depen publication as ll will doubtless amuse all But what oh liny brethring would It Wednesday Miss Argent Mernr has lettuco as success nnd a happy home life dent on relatives for a support Ills re Â¬ many of the readers as It did me A few all be worth to me if 1 hadnt religon mains were- interred at New Highland fragments however will be omitted Theres like religion my brethring Its largo ns a silver dollar and any number Any sudden change in tho condition cemetery tho 7th Inst My beloved brethring I am an uiilarnt better nor silver and gold and jimcracks of joung chickens of tho atmosphere is certain to bring its nnd you can no mora git to Heaven s home to see pa for n Mr Jas Mercer L lUIaynes is a candidate for hard shell Baptist preacher of whom you harvest of coughs and colds These if to the ollico of Justice of the 1ence have no doubt heern before and now I without it than a jay bird can fly with- Â¬ few days When Jim gets home ho suffered to run on aro likely to termi Â¬ I giins like a school boy Â¬ composed of Paynes appear here to expound the scripture out a tall Thank tho Lord Im an unin District No Mr and Mrs A Taylor with baby nate in consumption but they may bo villeand Cedar Branch voting precincts and point out tho narrer way which cdicated man my brethring but Ive readily cured by Dr Bulls Cough Syrup of the Democratic lends from a vain world to tho streets searched the scriptures from Dan to Ber John Irvin Bpont Sunday in Big Spring subject to the action primary April 7th It is n four handed of the new Jurosalum nnd my text shebeo and found old ion right side up with Mrs Taylors relativts PERSIMMON FLAT high low which I shell chuse for tho ocosion is In and hnrd shell religion is the best of all game and ilayncs holds Rosettas pride Is awakening and she jack and will hustle em like the the leds of the bible somewhere be Â¬ religions And Is not like the Metho- decares the future will not find her fifty Wo are having fine weather now dickens for game The cards base tween the second Cluonlcills nnd the dist what expect lo get into Heaven years behind every other district in the Walter King says ho ha heart trouble been fairly dealt no excuse for crying lust chapter of Timothy Titus and when by hollering hellllre nor tho Univcr county Everywhere the traveller is greeted by He cannot nst well at night misdeal you find it you will find it in these salist who get upon the broadgago nnd Miss Lucy Johnson was visiting rela goes the whole hog nor the United the joyous whistle of the plow boy Wliile II 1 Hagan is fighting II 1 words Nearly every housckci per on meet Bays tives ot Hltes Run last week FALLS CITY TOBACCO WAREHOUSE And they shall gnaw a file and flee Brethring what takes each other by the Joiesfor the upper end of the county Jacob Weatherholt and wife of Clover and K 1 liondurjiit is wrestling in unto the mountains of Hepzidam where seat of their breeches aud tries to lift she has just nindo a tobacco canvas Rev Fountain CundilF pastor of the port were visiting relatives In this viBrandenburg where theyll all have n the lion roareth aud the wang doodle themselves into Heaven nor the Cath olicks what buys through tickets from Rewleyville M E church is holding n cinity last week snatch W II Ithodes will have n mourneth fur its first born protracted meeting at this place nt this Â¬ Now my brethring ns I hnve before their priests but it may bo liked brethwalkover In the lower end of the counIt is thought that somo of our boys told you I nm nn uncdicated mnn nnd ring unto a man who had to cross a writing Have not learned what suc- Â¬ havo had the Illinois fever but I think ty See Advances Months it has left them now I would like to ecu that Willowdale know nothing about grammar talk and river and when ho got thar the ferry cess Special to Mr Sparrel Kosey will mako his home Sales woman sitting back in an old arm chair collidge hifnlootin but Im a plain uii- boat was none and he just rolled up his I understand that Dick Gillian is hav Â¬ in tho Big Spring neighborhood in the ing with a meerschaum pipe the sio if a larnt preacher of the gospel whats been breeches and waded over hallelujah n friendship quilt pieced This inleter dicates something boys teacup swinging from her mouth while foreordained and called to expound the I or they shall gnaw n lilo and lice unto future Ho and his biother-in-laRATES the blue wreaths of smoke from the scriptures to a dyin world and prepare a the mountains of Hcpidum whero tho Dent will run Mr S A Kaseys farm E2VPER0AY I welcome dear old Hltes Run items proverbo generation for the day of wrath lion roareth and the wang doodle u ourn- - this year odoriferous weed curls henvenwaidiued The contract to build our church will to this paper and hopo we shall hear reg Hating how she will knock the shine oil for they shall gnaw a Hie nnd lee unto eth for its lirst born Mt Joseph too You will pass the hat brother Flint bo ready to let out to tho lowest bidder ularly from that pen where the of that line dress aud bonnet She saw at the mountains of Hepidum and let eveay hard shell shell out in a few days Due notice will bo given slings his pen onco in u whilo Keep lion roareth and the wang doodle mournchurch last Sunday wouldnt you in this column of tho Niws Carpenters awake and use your quill weekly AfAmen for its lirst born Three cheers and a toast for Gypsy eth ter you havo written so many letters bo prepared My beluved brethring the text says Maid of the Messenger nnd all first class too dont grow weary dies a shout The venerable Mr Kdja Board calls on It dont say March to search is the old adage en I cant refrain from exclaiming in they shall gnaw a file Mr Slaton quite frequently these days but let us keep right along Will you may but they shall And theres more It searches out any weakness of the sys tho languag of our sanctified friends all answer nor one kind of file Theies the hand tem resulting from impure blood Those There is said to be an attraction in the Glory to God Say Gypsy I expect We nre sorry to learn that tho private neighborhood besides mere friendly visits saw file the rat lail lile single file who use AyersSarfaparilla find March somo one has been keeying Thinkers old school at this placp has closed From to his friend Mr Slaton -- a double lile nnd profile but tho kind of no more searching or DPftlTCMEY S YILLE rougish cow up and the poor fellow is cvtn disagreeable MANAQCR Mrs Muliuda Kasey the oldest lady In what your correspondent can learn file spoken of hero isnt one of them than any other month This medicine hongry fcr milk and butter See there were only seven pupils enrolled our part of tho country aged 83 sent kind neither because it is n figger of is a wonderful inigorator Born at the homo of Jack Wright speech CLIFTON MILLS RUN twenty dozen eggs to our mnrket one It is to ho regretted thut wo cannot havo my brethring nnd means goin the IHh inst one Hue boy onu colt and it alone nnd getting ukerd for day recently Mrs Kasey fell and disloÂ¬ a good school at this place There aro they Miss Annie Jordan is leaching our three lambs Tho old cow ran oil and shall gnaw a file and llee unto Farmers are busy sowing oats EKRON cated her hip a year ago which for a people in this community who opposo the mounhas not been heard from at this writing tains of Hepidani where long whilo confined her to her bed She anything for the general benefit They school Next Sunday is our big meeting day at the lion roareth Boys dont forget to go to town tho 7th Hltes liun neither docs he know the incrcasu nnd the wang doodle J T Jones went to tho city Friday is getting better now and can go about remind me of the dog that would not let mourneth for its his porkers amounted to as they weie lirst bom tho ox eat the hay and eould not eat it of Aprd 189J lien Hates has gone to Illinois Joy the house borne Her condition was night not at home He is satisfied though Master Veru Fitch is visiting his rela go with him Dr J H Shacklett and J W Kendall very precarious fora while Her friends himself now there be some hero with And tives at Lodiburg that good luck has attended them In line clothes on their backs brass rings to Guston Thursday Mr Jacob Walker is very low with aie delighted to see her recovery and wanderings Dr S P Parks baby lias been yery consumption in the on their lingers their Jack has been Mac Walls of Stephensport was in hope she will yet be spared to them a Farming in India and lard on their hair sick but is convalescent habit of acting as a bell to rouse the what goes lone while Emmett Pates went to Sklllman to seo it while theyre young and town Saturday visiting friends An agricultural laborer in India is sup neighbors at early dawn with his Indian that there be brothers The little folks nre looking forward to his mother last week Mr Thomas Chnoudoins neighbors posed to receive C cents n day but in Hon I II Severs of Ilnrdiusbtirg here what ns long the twenty fifth of this month melody Hoo ah hoo ah hoo ah hoo Miss Lucy Johnson has been visiting ns hard constitushtins nnd forty cent was at tho Kkrnn hotel Wednesday gavo him a birthday dinner Friday general his wages are not so large L It Adkisson of Stephensport was her uncle Mr D L Johnson His stentorian voice seems now disposed whisky lnsts goes it blind nnd March 17 and invited all tho surouuding Globe Democrat night thero be the guest of his friend T J Jordan last to When you want to go Duck hunting Miss Mamie Daugherty visited Miss neighbors of Garfield Custer and Rosetla sisters hero what when they git about week Awake jc Mmci of Htruriin shailes get Will Furrow to go with you sixteen years old cut their tiller ropes Melissa Archer at her beautiful home Every body you Bee say they are going Or sucrcd Ilvoli romitlc kIiiVs Misses Hlancho Hasham and Daisy This neighborhood reunion has been The fellow that rides the iron grey but I say my last week Wake ye that slumber in the bowery gloom and goes it with a rush Wndlington vMted Mrs II Parks Inst horso will bo lonesome for awhile Mrs Belle Iuyne who has been visit- participated in for several years and has tlear brethring take care you dont find Where the wild ivy shadows Virgil tomb Sunday Mrs Belle Elder and her little daught- Â¬ Iii fact ho seems disposed to wako all when Gabriel plays his last trump that ing relatives here returned to Louisville gotten to bo quito an eventful affair Mr Chaoudoln is a splendid host He delights youve went it alone nnd got ukerd for Friday night Misses Annie Cloycomb and Gola er went to Owensboro last Sunday creation both animate and inanimate although an old old bachelor in the Miss Bottle Furrow-- was the guest of they shnll gnaw n file and llee unto the Hon Gus W Hichurdi oti of Kkron Orcndorfr were tho guests of Mhs Kmma A few days ago I heard n man say I Misses Etta and Annie Carman Sunday mountains of Hepzidam where the lion and Mr J Clarkson of Big Spring went i society of both young nnd married We Wheeler last Wednesday am opposed to keeping a man in ollico nro afraid to tell Mr Chaoudolns age to tho city Tuesday Miss Lizzie Newton was the guest of It seems that the bachelors of Webster more than two terms when we get him roareth and the wang doodle moiirticth Misses Euln Richardson Rctia Shack- Â¬ that is a hidden secret and thoso inquisIs lor its llistborn are ofT their nest and ray advice to their Misses Ella and Ida Waggoner Saturday fat wo ought to turn him out and fatten Many persons find that their And my breth ing thnrs more dnms led and Mamie Daugherty visited the itive to day will only havo to gues for correspondent is if you contemplnto set and Sunday some one else What an absurd idea he dedans ho quit telling on himself M general health has been im besides the Hepidani Theres Hotter- - Misses Roberts last week Mr Will Franzman went down to ting vour bachelors this season put on nre we electing men to ollico simply to Wo wish Mr Chaoudoln Mr Eugene Wright has announced years ago dam Haddam mill dam and dont-cari- paired hfrects linger in the your glasses and look nearer homo for Cloverport Tuesday to get his furniture fatten em That is preposterous my many returns of this happy occasion system which if not promptly marrying women nnd remember tho old to go to housekeeping friend preposterous I say We are not n dain the last of which my dear breth- himself n cnndldato for Constable in ring is the worst of all and reminds me this district Mr Wright is well quali met and removed may and Mr Benedict Elder who has recently ndago Uirds of n feather ilocktogethor electing men to ollico for the sake of The best remedy for rheumatism that I once knew in the fied and the people will do well to elect often do result in great dan- Â¬ and I hopo this may bo your last attempt returned from Owensboro is going to charity their uspcmtlons dont run In ofa circumstance has yet been discovered Mr D II Ty- Â¬ ger These effects are indi- Â¬ to degrade another with a view to exalt work for Charlie Ilouchen that channel if they nro not able to state of Illenoy There was n man what him Gahsburg 111 cated by such symptoms as Rev Frank Qulnn of tho Seminary ler 350 W Main St built n mill on tho east fork of ger Little Mabel Beavin was the guesf of yourself For tho memory of injuries Is paddle their own canoes they had bet Â¬ a lingering cough disordered creok and it was a cood mill anil irround preached two splendid sermons hero lust writes I have used a good many bot engraved on tho heart and remains for- Â¬ her little cousin Ella Popham of Clov- Â¬ ter keep out of this compnign for they digestion nervousness pains Ho will hold services here tles of Salvation Oil and think It the erport Sunday ever will not get help to paddle her across a sight of grain but tho man what built Sunday and general weakness with it was a miserable sinner and never give every second Sunday Wo extend a best remedy for iheumatlsm I ever used the primary You see wo want em to SHILOH loss of energy ONE HALF KATE paddle theirs and ours too after they anything to tie church and my breth cordial invitation to all to attend ring one night thar came n dredful Notice Candidates Farmers are busy sowing oats For the benefit of tho readers of the cross the primary and if wo feed em HirvjstEscaraioni to Arkansas and Master Willlo E Shellraan is going to Chairman D It Murray wishes nil enough to make em fat its not their storm of wind and rain nnd tho foundn Nnws who may not know whero Kkron tlons of the great dvep was broken up Is situated We will endeavor to givo a persons who desire their names to go on school at this placo Texas fault but ours and the water rushed down and swept sketch of our thriving littlo town We the poll book as candidates in the Dem Miss Maxlo M Bandy is teaching a On March IHth April 10th and May Isnt it reasonable for all of us to think mat ocratic Primary to know that tho osscbs mans uull dum into kingdom come are In the center ot tlio milt belt ol ment on ench Candidate Is fifteen dollarp successful school at this place a man who has had experience that 8th 18M tho St Louis Air Line Is the greatest of all remedies Miss Etta Parr attended tho meeting along tho lino can still serve us better and lo and behold In the morning when Meade county and have the best fruit and it must bo paid to him oq or before Louisville KvnnsvHIo St Louis Con in such cases It acts so he got up he found that ho was not lands In the Mate and cleverest people the Jllrd day of March which Is fiftten at bJiiloh on tho second Sunday a novice You havent studied than It It will sell Harvest Kxcursiou tickets days before tho Primary election pleasantly and yet so prompt Â¬ Mrs Wilson Jarrett will visit relatives to all points in Arkansas Texas and the matter well put on your thinking worth a dam Now my young brethring We have two largo dry goods stores nnd ly and surely that it almost Candidates will do well not to forget when storms of temptation overtake you dry house with a rapacity of GOO lbs per Eddy N M nt oiie half rates for tho in Owensboro in tho near future cap ami give it your undMded attention to send tho money aud names as imperceptibly sweeps out of round trip Tickets good returning 30 dont fall from gruce and become like day one hardware store onu line hotel they want them to eo oil their Poll books Dr II N Basham of Curdsvllle is tho for a moment please days from dato of sale the system the causes that tho guest of Mrs Mnrlah Basham onu drug store two blacksmith shops to Mr Murray Â¬ Tho Air Lino is 51 miles tho short My Iden is this When we get a man produce these troubles and KUIITIIKH NOTICE Mr Emmltt Elder was the guest of and a largo biandy distillery wheio the est route to St Louis the west and in ollico who wo are all pleased with restores the vigor of joyous I would bo very glad for tho candi Southwest and tho only lino running Miss Daisy Wntllngton last Sunday Co make proprietors I I Archer dates to submit to me tho list of olllcers keep him there as long ns he behaves health This is the experience vestibule trains daily between Louisville Miss Daisy Wntllngton spent several the finest of brandy Wo extend the they desire appointed In each precinct himself well as long as wo have no fault Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria of thousands who have tried and St Louis with parlorand dining cars right hand of fellowship toevery stranger to hold the coming primary election days with Miss Blancho Basham last Pullman palace sleepers on night trains to ilud with him But If he begins to it It is as pleasant to take as Wo need during this week so that I may not be who may want to locato here For further Information as to rates week cut up any didoes and gets too big for lemonade harmless always rushed In selecting the olllcers 1b plenty of room routes maps time tables sleeper car Bev Wardrup preached nn excellept mora people nnd there wmpn his breeches why hustle him out install When Baby was sick ro care her Castoria and I ask tho Committeeman in ench pre- Â¬ reservations etc call on or address It sermon at Shiloh church on the second Our town Is built on a lame and beau ELSB FAIL5 cinct to see that the votinir booth pads When slio was a Child ike cried for Castoria ter A Campbell G P A bt Louis or J tiful valley level as a plain and as pro U Campbell D P A f 100 xrbottloO fnr J100 All DniRgliU Louisville City Sunday In this month ductive as the best river bottom land and stencils aro obtainable so that tho People aro getting politics and religion When she became Miss she clung to Castoria AUmiikutureil only by Sheriff of each poll may not fall to havo Mrs Paris Barr and children of Pres Â¬ Is u flour mill ticket olllce 8 W corner 3rd and Main a What wo need 1 re terribly mixed they tnku the ground When she had Children she caro them Castor street depot 14th and Main street ton have been visiting her parents Mr V KINGS ROYAl GERUETUCR CO ttliMi Gi lumber yard and a brick plant All of them on the day of the election that Hes a Cuthollc hes a Baptist Louisville Ky David II MirnaAV Chrmii these industries would do well hero and Mrs Peter 1 Kroush SIROCCO Â¬ and go to work against one another with as mtiuh vim as If they were wage I ng war agid nst snakes That there nro ns bright minds adhering to the precepts of one religions denomination ns anoth er I dont think will bo refuted Then why should they stilvo against one another We nil sprung from the same vine aud are booked for the pame port nnd methliiks each box will contain an equal portion of rotten fruit that will bo picked out nnd thrown to the devil and Ids angels I nm nfrald that this stull called politics is not a good preservative When I leave this darksome nether worl I I dont want to take any politics with me for there nre other worlds to hear from and they might bring In something that would down Democracy Republicanism and Third lartylsm too I think it best to exclaim with the nlmiet Lord take me as I am adding thereto Â¬ etc mill not worth n dam for they shnll gnaw n filo nnd II eo unto tho mountains of liepridnm where the lit u loiitctli and the wang doodle liiournclli for lis first Ifiii n that mans MONARCH r Air style Â¬ iil SjHiI RiT S Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BABBAGE WITEC THE LEADER A IDTTTSOZEIIEIE Â¬ WHITE DTOKEHSON Tenth CO Â¬ Â¬ Main St bet Ninth Liberal Louisville Ky Â¬ Â¬ Four Attention Free Storage Private Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V oui Ky HUES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Grippe Over After the Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Royal Germetuer Â¬ Cttrtza vUICa all 1 - 1 EXCURSION ft r V FIRST OF THE SIELA JSOIN FROM FORDSVILLE LOUISVILLE AND RETURN sTOs Saturday March 31st 1894 BROWN CO Managers PHBHHBmmMIMMIMIIMIIIMM ll WpBBB jSewyjiaflliiii i nHIW II Wrvyv -- n ll1- THK BRRGKENRPGK NRWS GLOVKRPORT KY J Stewart DeJertietto was - BRECKENRIDGE 1NEWS 21 1891 WEDNESDAY MARCH a LOCAL BREVITIES llaliliagtis for neckwear New tics for caster Sulzers Get n new suit for caster Sulzers Neckwear neckwear at llabbngos Pure inaplo sugar At the City Bakery K0 Willis went to Louisville Sun Â¬ day The best sliitts for tlio money at Ilnb bages a Nice lot of cakes for easter dinner Sulzers Mince meat and pickle b at the City Bakery Ecster eggs fcco our display to day Sulzers V Vessels went to Owensboro W Sunday Try cur insect powder on your plants Siilzcrs Hen Hook of HanliiiBburg was in the city Saturday D II Severs IlardinsburK was in the city this week If you are going to dye uso our caster egg dyes Sulzers Claude Brashear of Union Star was in tlio city Saturday Eugeno Kingsbury visited Mr V D Holt of Holt Sunday Milt Miller of Sample was in the city one day last week Ladies call and see Vests Spring dress fabrics this week Easter style new liatfl now ready for your inspection Sulzers Fresh fruits oranges bananas lemons and tigs at tlio City Bakery Wo arc to day tlio leaders of low prices and wo say it publicly Vest Try our sweet cider It is the best you ever drank City Bakery Everything good to eat in our grocery department for easter Sulzers Miss Mamie Taylor of Henderson is the guest of Miss Nellie Beverly Vest for garden seeds from three of the largest seed farms in the world Born to the wife of Mr C E Keith a lino 10 pound boy Friday March 10 WX dozen easter eggs a nice decorated easter egg with each 25 cent order Sul Â¬ i i Easter dyo transfer paper Sulners Mr Crof Lyons of Sample was in the city Friday Easter dye tablets for painting caster eggs Sulzers Mr Geo C Potton went to Louisvlllo Monday evening Mrs Joe Gedling is seriously ill not expected to live Mrs II II Lay of Stephentport was in the city Friday Mr Lemuel English of Wi later aged 81 is dangerously 111 Chas Fisher of Hill Grove Texas is hero visiting relatives Geo Driskell went to Stephehsport Sunday to see his ma Easter eggs nicely decorated leavo your order early for them Snz rs R C Richardson of Union Star was in tho city yesterday pyrootlng around Miss Ella Witt returned Friday from a visit to her cousins Mrs Harry Roth Louisville Messrs Will Smith and Cnndcr Black of Holt came down Monday night to at- Â¬ tend church Capt Milt Fox of Leavenworth Ind was in the city Saturday shaking hands with his many old friends Felix Carter shipped eleven hhds of tobacco to tho New Enterprise Ware house last week to bo Bold this wick Paid up stock in tho Paducah Building Trust Company pays eight and ten per cent Coupons payable semi annually Mrs Sam Hall left Saturday for an ex Â¬ tended visit to friends and relatives in Brandenburg Louisville and Jefferson villo plrootlng in Cloverport yesterday C W Moorman Jr has accepted a position in Short Haynes drug storo Henry Temple came up from Han cock county yesterday to seo his father Many thnucatids of pounds of tobacco Â¬ NOTHING AS STYLISH I NOTHING SO NOVEL Bright DayjS were delivered In Cloverport yesterday Mrs Capt Ryan of Jeffrrsonvllle is in tlio city visiting relatives and friends Mrs W II lonicr has been quite sick for tho past cek Shu Is improv ing now Miss Jennie Mullen went to Owens- Â¬ boro Sunday to visit her brother and other relatives Charles P Babbngc of the American Grocery Company Louisville spent Sun Â¬ day in the city Lew Miller W F Hawkins and Felix Carter went to Louisville yesterday to soil their tobacco Mrp Eliza Taj lor of Rossetla accom Â¬ panied her Bister Mrs II V Duncan to Ixnilswillo Monday evening of Louisvlllo Miss Fannie Calveard was tho guest of Mrs Allen and Mrs Anient ofew days last week Mrs C E Llghtfoot and Miss Juda Show tlio need of having NOTHING AS CHEAP I As our new stock of Spring Clothing for Men Youths and Boys Just tho thing for Eastor Clear Wfiulows CONFIRMATION In greatest variety and at low prices SUITS Wo carry a largo stock of Iicco Goods Itcady mado Clothing of home manufacture and Gents Furnishing Goods Our goods aro always reliable and strictly as represented Come aud inspect NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY JULIUS WINTER Corner Third and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY CO Bon lsBcBArar fl U Ami DU MI does not Jt Cleans 1h what you want to do the work zers Fishing lines corks sinkers reels rods nets and minnow buckete Sul zcrp Mr Jos T Skillman went to Union Star Sunday to visit his daughter Mrs J A Haynis La Foe of Yelvlngton attended Mr - the horse sale Saturday and purchased quite a number Tli j Vests are showing a large line of spring ginghams prints laces ribbons etc just arrived Remember no side shows large snakes nor menageries but quality prices and styles talk Vest Vests grocery department is full of choice eaables and prices lower than can be mado elsewhere Tho Legislature has adjourned and Hon J D Wilson has returned home and gone to gardening It is not what a man makes but what ha saves that makes him rich Vest will help you on tho road to riches Dr Wm Milner of Union Star was called to see Mrs It L Oelze ono day last week Mrs Oelze is still quite sick Mrs H V Duncan entertained handsomely one evening last week in honor of hersistei Mrs Eliza Taylor of Rosetta Every girl or boy purchasing 25 cents worth of eggs at our storo this week get a nice decorated easter egg Sulzers Mr J B Randall engineer of the L St L T was made tho happy father Saturday March 17 of a fine boy We congratulate him Dr Bennett of Derby was called to tho city Monday to seo John Smith who is hopelessly ill with a cancer on the tongue and consumption Rev W B Rutledge Hardinsburg who has been called by the Baptist church bos accepted and will move his family hero as soon as convenient Remember the amount is fixed and fixed high for us to reach by June 15 and every effort will be made to pleaso you If you will help us reach it Vest The water was getting in good shape for fishing and tho sports were beginning to overhaul their fishing tackle prepara- Â¬ tory to making raids upon the finny tribes but the recent rains muddied the creeks and spoiled it all for a fow days Seventy new subscribers to tho Bkeck enridge News lost week Thats tho gait that wo are now golnij The Nkws has tho largest subscription list of all tho weekly papers published in the State of Kentucky outsldo of tho city of Louis- Â¬ ville Mrs Hunter and Mrs Milt Miller of Sample mother and elster of Mrs E T Haynes wero In tho city n couple of days last week paying a last visit to Mrs ET Haynes before sho departed to join her husband at tho Mississinnowa Hotel Gas City Ind The new tax books for Breckenridge r county have juat been completed in this office and delivered to the sheriffs We invite the special examination of this job and it it can be surpassed in tho State of Kentucky we are willing to ko out of the business Ryans Farce Comedy Company will presenfA Warm Reception at the Red Front Hall to morrow night tho 22 Billy Ryan the great character cotro dian will be well supported by a com Â¬ pany of 12 first class artists among whom are Messrs Fred Kuesell U II St Clair and Mis8j Zella Rollas Kittle Lester and Laura Ferree Tickets on salu at Short Haynes Â¬ KeedlBt r toate or eWWwn ttutt wmt baUdtaf Investigate the plan of the Paducah Building Trust Company Stop paying rent Save yonr money and own your home Charlio Riedel the masher came down from Holt Sunday and was dash Â¬ ing nround among the young ladies of the city iiT T I Sawyer has bought a lot on Houston and Second streets of Mrs Amanda Moorman and wilUbnlld a resi- Â¬ dence on it Beautiful new spring wall paper at T F Sawyers Good paper at 2 cents single roll and pretty gilt paper at 5 cts Samples freo Mr and Mrs Charles Adams who have been visiting Capt Wm Ahl and family returned to their homo in Lou- Â¬ isville yesterday Mr C D Temple was eonio better yesterday Ho has not been able to Ho down for ten days and has to take his rest sitting in an easy chair Mrs Eugeno Haynes and baby Ruth left Monday to join husband and father at the Mississinnewa in Gas City Ind which will bo their future homo Mr C Deppes bridgo gang have been at work in the vicinity of Cloverport for about two months and still havo work that will occupy their time for six weeks yet Wm R Embry is off the track for Jailer and ho wishes to express thanks to those who favored his candidacy He will over remain under obligations to his friends The Texas has a contract to deliver 500 cars of St Louis grain in Louisvlllo as soon as possible This will keep ex- Â¬ tra freight trains on tho road for about two weeks Miss Lorena Hawkins of Leitchfiold who has been visiting in Cloverport and vicinity for soveral weeks returned home Saturday evening accompanied by Mr and Mrs Benedict Beavin Mr A LBallman has sold his interest in tlio Third street Planing mill to C W Moorman Mr Ballraan wlllmovo to tho country and farm and Mr Moorman will go into the mill at onco We havo determined to handle a cer- Â¬ tain amount of goods between March 15 and June 15 We have put tho figures high but they must go so come and see if we cannot save you something Vests Flue Inspector John Shouso has about completed his tour of tho city He finds many flues that are in a dangerous condition and immediately condemns them His investigation will no doubt sav many fires Mac Walls of Stcphensport was in the city Saturday and bought a fine horse This is a fact although our Ekron correspondent says that ho was in that burg circulating among his friends It is posslblo that both may bo correct Tho Paducah Building Trust Company have tho most liberal and equitable plan yet devised by any building and loan company Stock guaranteed to mature inS months Withdrawals any time after six months with six eight apd ten per cent interest Absolutely no with Â¬ drawal fees charged The regular spring moving lias begun Monday Galen Barbee moved hisrestau rant across tho street into tho old Self ried stand Yestorday Court Babbage moved his saVldlo and harness Bbop out of tho Red Front building back to his old stand further up Wall streot and to Â¬ day Ben II Haynes will movo his Baloon from First and the river into tho Red Front building Pricos Floating Orera will bo at the wharf to night Price needs no intro- Â¬ duction to tho peoplo of Cloverport Ho always carries a troupe of first class artists and his annual appeuranco at Cloverport is always anxiously awaited by the amusement lovers of tho city and thats all of us Price nover has a bad show and we usually sink his boat to the guards Tho period of depressing times is over in the BBBCicKNBinaK Nkws office Be Â¬ sides an unprecedented rush of new subscribers job work is piling up We havo just completed the ordinances for the town of Hardinsburg and the county tax books and are now going on to Clo Â¬ verport ordinances and tax book Com Â¬ pare our work with others and send us your work We will execute it prompt Â¬ ly in first chwa style if we haye to run oar presses day and night Miller have bought tho millinery estab Â¬ lishment of Mrs E T Haynes and are now In Louisvlllo selecting their spring stock and citchlng on to the latest styles Mrs M J Crosson and Miss Melissa Cashman of Union Star wero tho guests of Mr and Mrsj Clayton Crosson last Saturday They aro now tho guests of Mr and Mrs W II Hawkins Hites Run Geo Paul tho old reliable blacksmith at Bewlcy ville makes tho best hoo wo over Baw on tho market It is finely fin- Â¬ ished mado of tlio best material and each ono bears a number so in coso of loss it is easily identified Mrs II V Duncan is in Louisvlllo learning the latest fads in millinery When sho returns she will bring her spring stock and will bo ready to adorn the liapdsomo heads of tho fair sex of Cloverport and vicinity in handsomo stylo Tho tug Louiseof Troy Ind was at Cloverport several days last week taking care of a bargo that was being loaded Tho brick wero with 40000 brick bought of the Patton Vitrified Brick Works and wero to bo used for building purposes at Troy The Patton Brick Works attempted to start up yesterday but Mr Patton and the men could not agree upon wages and not a wheel was turned It is to bo hoped that tho differences will be adjusted soon and that wo will again hear tho musical Mast from the Patton whistle From all accounts tho opening of tho Mississinnowa Hotel at Gas City Ind under tho proprietorship of James II Lay and E T Haynes was a grand affair The clever landlords sent tho local edi Â¬ tor a menu card and tho perusal of it actually so loaded his stomach with rich and good things that ho had skeery dreams for threo nights Tile horse salo in Cloverport last Sat urcay was n grand success Tho town was full of strangers and tho bidding at times was spirited Ono firm sold 10 head at prices ranging from 10 to 117 and another firm sold four head Davo Henry of Irvington was tho auctioneer for the succesful firm and it is hardly necessary to add that ho downed the Illinois man nicely Davo is positively the best auctioneer that over mounted the block In Cloverport A WINDOW A MINUTE STILL GOOD WORK TOBINSPORT Born to the wife of Clarence Leaf a Monthly Report of Cloverport High boy School Number girls enrolled Numlwjr bojB enrolled Wholo number pupils enrolled Avcrago daily attcn lance Average daily absence Per cent of attendance Number cases tardiness Number visitors 10 Try BON AMI AND BE HAPPY GLENDEANE MI3S Miss Lena Lamb attended church here Sunday JW Mrs Wallace Ilayden Is sick at this -- 01 writing 180 Mrs Ving Rogers is at home now from 10 a long stay in Cloverport IM Hal and Davo Weatherholt havo set 09 a nico orchard this spring CO Mort Groves of Bear creek was mix Â¬ IiOM ov IIONOU ing with friendd here Monday man school dbpaitoiknt Gregory Forest Riet Haynes and wife wont to Pates Third Moorman EdnaMoorman NellieSimons villc Saturday on a visit to friends E L English 1 C English Tho Freo Methodists aro building n Second year 01 iva Fallon Mary Ryan houso of worship out on Mill Stono Stella Mullen It is feared by most of us that fruit will First year Marion Bowmer Mamio bo injured yet by the cold weather Dellaven Ladosa May Bessie Jarboe The prospect for wheat was nover bet Â¬ Sudio Beverley Maggie Pearl Perrigo ter at this season of tho year than now Skillman llosa Kyan Ernest Boyd Proc- Â¬ Mis Iiretta Ryan has bought a farm Mullen Amll Oelze tor Keith Willie Herbert Ktedel Albert Solbrig A B sonio miles from hero and has moved on it Skillman Jesso Willis James Witt ORAMMAR DEPARTMENT Eld It T Bruncr preached here at his Sixth year Mannie White Ernest regular hours Saturday and Sunday nights Popham Fifth year Ella Ahl Lafo Bchen BerÂ¬ F M Polk sr is very sick at this nard DHuy Eunice Crosson Joseph writing and is said to be in a critical conFallon Nellie Gregory Carrio Graham dition Lilllo London Jamos Logan Adella Roy Ray of Tell City was up Monday Moorman Eliza May Walter Oelze Ber- Â¬ and Tuesday mixing with old soldier tie McGavoc friends DEPARTMENT INTERMEDIATE Mrs Annie Polk bought a nice milch Fourth year Ira Bchen David May cow ono day last week from Mrs Julia Charles Berry Isadoro Popham Third year Dora Berry Mary Ogleshy Loucsch Mr Mary Royal is teaching a pay John Newton school here now which it is hoped will PRIMARY DEPARTMENT Second year Clara Dyer James Fur- Â¬ do much good Samuel Ilayden will start in a fow row Lcssio Newton Edward Harris Level May days for Spencer county where ho will First year hall Louis London Ben OBrien Itolla spend tho summer Scott Avery is canvasing tho neigh- Â¬ Fallon Bertio Downs Efton Beavin borhood for money to help build a TERM REPORT Following aro the names of pupils who church houso at Mill Stono Mre Elizabeth AVinchoU aud hor mado tho highest general average In their daughter Hattie returned from Illinois grades respective Third year Forest Moorman Nellio Sunday where they havo spent the win Â¬ ter Simons Mrs Blanch Shaw nee Frank your Second year Oliva Fallon year Marion Bowmer Pearl former correspondent from this place Is First mixing with friends and paients here Perrigo year-i-Salll- o Â¬ G -- v CLOVERPORT KY A VERY FEW DOLLARS PUT INTO CARPETS RUGS AND CURTAINS a Will givo new lifo and cheerfulness to a room We havo a full lino of theso goods at way down prices If you purchase before getting our youll miss it We arc capturing the trado of all who learn our prices and compare our goods So if you want the best you may as prices well come to us first as last Dont run off to other houses 7ii when you can do as well or better at home NEFF KAGIN Old Reliable Store 0 ustori STr- - ORAMMAR DEIATMKNT Ella Robertson is on the sick list Mrs Amanda Moorman has returned from Cloverport Miss Carrio Moorman has returned from Cloverport Sixth year Pearl Fella Fifth year Nellio Gregory Eliza May INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT now Messrs Louis Yates and Henderson Huff wero up from Cannolton to attend tho baptizing Wero tho guest of J D Services at tho Hall Sunday evenings conducted by Rev Rutledge Messrs R G Robertson and W O Moorman were in Hardinsburg Saturday Miss Sallie Dane who has been ill for the past two months Is slowly improving Sunday school at the Hall every Sun Â¬ day afternoon All cordially invited to attend They were lovely and pleasant through llfo and In death they were not divided Mrs W J Deane went to Louisvlllo Monday to visit her daughter Mrs 0 L Cornwall Rev Rutledge has accepted tho Pastorate of tho Cloverport church and will locate thero in a few weeks Mr T F Owen who has been in Louisvlllo for some time past will return home this week very much improved in health Misa Sallio Moorman has recently met n Duke we hone tho idea of becoming a Duchess will not make her forget old friends entirely There Is a party on tho Tapis for tho month of May a gorgeous menu and it will decidedly be tho most uulquo affair of the season It is sad that ono so young should die alono we think that ho who has been so congenial through all theso months should accompany her What an Epi Â¬ taph Â¬ Fourth year Ira Behen Third year James Younger PPIMARV DEPATMENT Cockrell Second year Clara Dyer Weorda Graham First year Anna B Boyd Katio Moorman Addio L Babbago J II Loo an Supt SUGAR TREE RUN Oats sowing all the go Items aro somewhat scarce Mr Milt McAfee was tho guest of his best girl Sunday Mr Pate Basham says he likes living in town splendidly Mr and Mrs Charlio Avitt visited Mr and Mrs Avitt Sunday Tho little child of Mr Junius Ater gjt serously burned last week Mrs Mary Shellman spent ono day last week with Mrs McAfee Misses Ilattlo and Mattlo Cashman spont Sunday with Miss Carrio Cart Miss Ilittlo Basham and Mr Ottls SUIT visited Miss Carrio Curt Sunday Oh my I Why dont tho Raymond correspondent write moro about Bache Â¬ lors who aro thin hollow-chost-- ed or growing too fast are mado Strong Robust and Hoalthy by Children Master Carlton Black spent Saturday night and Sunday with his cousin Mas Â¬ ter ltoscoo Avitt Mr and Mrs Dick Avitt entertained uto a crowd Saturday night those rom a distance wero Miss Ida Dowell of Clifton Mills the Misses Dutschke of Roberts bottom Mr Henry Cashman and Mr Ottls Stiff of Raymond Scotts Emulsion the Croam of Cod Hver OH It contains material for mak Â¬ ing healthy Flesh and Bones Cures Coughs Colds and Weak Lungs Physicians the world over endorse It Im1 M t Mtf ky SitttftlM every Tuesday night Mr Jess Galloway and Mr Clarence Stilwell went to Leitchtleld Wednesday on business Rev E N Motcalfe filled Rev B A Cundius regular appointment at Cave Spring church last Sunday Mre J W Galloway and daughter Laura aro quite sick at this writing Mrs Galloway la at her sons Mr Ben Galleway Mrs Wm Tucker and little son Her bert and sister Miss Daisy Stlllwell wero the gueste of Misses Laura and Nora Galloway Wednesday And a thousand other things at tlio samo low price that wo havent room to mention The Protracted Meeting In fancy Prints Figured Sattcens Woolen and Items aro scarce The protracted meeting at tho Elm Cotton Challi and Percales wo havo aomo beauties and at tho yery Wo are having sonio wet weather street Methodist church is still continunow ing and growning iu interest Up to tho lowest figuro A log rolling at Mr Ben Galloways present time thero havo been seven conSo with our immonso stock from which to select and low prices last Tuesday versions and fivo additions to tho church you cortainly can savo monoy by dealing with us Born to the wife of Mr Huso Pool a Rev J T Rushing of Elkton who Is as ten pound gll sisting ltov S G Shelley the regular Prayer meeting at Cavo Spring church Vory Respectfully Jefrilawkin8 received a car load of staves Monday and is preparing to make enough barrels to hold all tho potatoes in tho country Virgil Hardin of Holt Ky bought 1000 Now York pippin applo trees of tho Polk Bros to Bet out on his hill farm near tho old mill sight on Clover creek J D Cockrell tho Prohibition king in this county says they aro going to stand square toed to their men and show their strength There will bo no fusion on tho part of tho Prohibitionists so dont count on it Spring Is not only coming and insects humming but it is here It has brought everything with It except tho peach Wo will not get to try our tooth bloom this year on that lucious fruit Its gone suro enough Row Freeman of Llvermoro Ky preached hero at tho Baptist church Saturday night and Sunday Ho will mako a s speech at tho school house next Friday night in favor of tho Prohibition party Uncle Jeff Hawkins while going down to tho river last Saturday evening fell and ho says carno near unjointing his neck but fortunately it was big and Btrong And so his life Is still spared Ills head however struck a piece of square timber from which ho received a very ugly gash about threo inches long Quick Sales Small Profits IS OUR MOTTO FOR THIS SEASON Wo havo just gotten in our immense slock of Spring Goods And if you will call in and seo us wo can convinco you that wo mean Wo havo bought our stock cheaper than over exactly what wo say boforo and wo propose to givo our kind patrons tho advantage of it Theso aro only a fow of our many cut prices American Indigo Calico Hoosler Cottons American Shirting Prints Ginghams worth 15c now at Check Shirtings worth G and 7c Nice Henrietta in all colors Bleach Domestic Fruit ofthe Loom Misses Black Ribbed Hose worth 15 Ladles Vests In all sizes Sea Island Cottons worth 9 and lOo Bleach Cottons full 3G Inches wide Dress Linings In all colors selling Ginghams sold atlOc now Sheetings Bleached and Unbleached 5C 5C worth l2o and 20c 50 0c 5o 24o 0c 0o 50 7c only 50 5o 7J0 worth 27c 25c NORTH FORK OF ROUGH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pastor is an earnest impress vo talker Hb words sink deep Into the hearts of his hearers and much good Is being ac- Â¬ Largo congregations aro complished out every night and there seems to bo a general spiritual revival The meoting will continue through this week and probably through tho noxt on The old Fork one mile above old 1Ingah church Will ell cheap lor caih or on time with irooj tenuity WM MUIIKN Call on or ftddrcit Cloverport Ky B A OHEAT BARGAIN F BEARD Kfn CO KY IIAUDINSBUItQ FARM FOR SALE liomcatcad of O A Mullen Tr Three hundred HCrtinf land In Duncana Vat ley for aalcl three good dwcllinvi well watered one hundred acrct alley land the rett up Â¬ land well Umbered a nleudiil uur cam Will el on caiy termi well tct In blue live pottCMlon ttnv time OKOKOK W NUIl Hurai Apply to llreckcnrlde county Ky One four year old mule 10 handa hlxhs one ISS11 IJ b or on ui n0 Urgebrood mare ill aell lor cah credit W I HOIT Holt Kr cue Anv onn liavlnir Illnknrv Ru or Uoom will do well liv rail Int i Vntin Chaclih May jnJtitymimwtmtmfQi wimmsm 8 Highest of all Leavening Power VMrw THE BRKOKENRIDGE Latest NE1WB OLOYRRPORT KY T- - US Govt Perot t After Forty Years A Body Tap ywrEWrTgyciwwfaftttr Pj RoYal m Breckenridge News 21 1811 Baking Powder thing that lias happened fit us for n life which our own Interior natures have led What a us to expect and anticipate what n siMnge disappointment then useless and stunning disappointment to be informed that all our discipline and labor havo been for naught On the other hand what a zest what martyrllkc enthusiasm we get from the promise that every hour of wretched Hess and misery every embattled year every victorious contest with passion every period of quiet endurance and calm resignation is a stepping stone in that spiral staircase that leads to the realms of tho Invisible that upper world into which we are ushered when we graduate with honor from this Iniver sity where griefs are the professors and sorrows the tutors If religion were only a dream it wuuld still be a dream worth dreaming for if such a dream comes true nobility while those who dream no dreams biTt havo what they call the truth live in license and die in weariness Hut if it is not a deam if it Is a truth backed by the plan and the laws of the universe if there is a God and a Cross behind it then arc we cheered n our toil because thesetting of the sun on to day is the rising of the sun on the morrow and the twilight of this life is the rosy dawn of the life that is to be N Y Herald and other mechanics who are so apt to fall from scaffolds and dislocate u limb will please remember that there is nothing eo good foriullammiition as Salvation Oil the greatest euro for sprains and bruises CarjMMiters Â¬ 9MWMHHI SPRING- BUDS Ttn Thousand Tongues will tell you that to other Hon t ever ilil evrr will of ever in nil the tame Perfect luods fur Ibe same Low Prices that Klclnhanal Slmomou icll them fTOTwT Is Dlslntorrotl and Found to Bo a Solid Piece of Hard Siono HE MAMMOTH SOUNDS THE OF THE CV MOTET IL 1I llU 1 ABSOUUTEIY PURE WEDNESDAY MAUCII Promise Mado Long Ago Fulfilled afid tho Remains aro Shipped to Alabama STBANGEK THAN FICTION A Mail Orders Filled SPRING GAMPAIGN than brighter this O best illustrated Promptly human body from which life had been extinct for nearly forty years but which is so well p eserved that old acquaintances coul recognize it as carried from near hero recently by Mr Lippinworth now of Cape Town Africa The story is one of the early hys of ttah James Lip pinworth and a boy friend Paul Harris came out to the newly created territory in 185 looking for gold and silver in the mountains southeast of this place One day the youthful prospectors heard that the Indians were rising against them and made hur icd preparations to cross Green river Hut on their way they ran into a prowling bund of the redskins who fired upon them and wounded Har They suc ris with a poisoned arow ceeded however in escaping after killing three of the seven Indians and went on their way to the spot where they knew ten or twelve Mormon farmers to have camped Hut after the first twen ty miles Harris foot grew so painful that he was obliged to stop His companion waited on him but at lost the poor fellow declared that if Lippinworth stayed with him it would be death to them both and urged Lippinworth to go on and bring back assistance to cany him on He kept his revolver and told his Iriend that if the Indians appeared he would kill himself before ho would fall into their hands With much reluctance Lippinworth agreed to go on as to stay meant only Jor both to die thereof hunger or to be killed by the enemy Hut before Harris was left alone he made his friend prom iso that if it were possible for him to come back and if on coining he found him dead that he would bury his body and when he was able take it back to his home in Alabama where he wished it buried beside his mother and father This Lippinworth promised and went on He found the Mormons who had made friends with tho Indians by judicious gifts and they accompanied him to the spot who e he had left his friend Hut Harris was dead and his scalp was gone this having been taken by the Indians as they passed his dead body for on their approach he had sent a bullet through his temple as he had said he 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ All the ever before UR stock niul bonnier Benson is tailors of tho country havo boon working under tho Winter tho direction of Mr Klcinhnns in preparing a stock for Tho Mammoth match- Â¬ less in quality anil indescribablo in variety and it is now ready for insprc tion Send for otjr beautiful Spring Cataloguo in which it is handsomely 1ikasant Valikv Utah WHATJSJIAN To Day Ho Is Part ot tho World Bo To morrow Ho Will Not in Existanco And Noithor Eye NorToloscopo Can Ponotrato tho Shadows into Which Ho Disappears If Religion Wore Only a Dream It Would Still Be a Droam Worth Dreaming LITTLENESS AND GREATNESS SPRING SUITS AND OVERCOATS Our stock of these garments is now complete For 8 10 12 or 15 you can buy as hand somo an Overcoat as ever was made Ftr 10 12 and 15 an elegant Spring Suit iu all the new styles shades and makes Shoes for the family at one third hss than you pay at other stores Hats for Men Hoys and Children at tho lowest prices on earth Our display of Furnishing Gloves and Umbrellas unsurpassed GRACEFUL JUVENILE WEAR Grace and beauty mark every article wo arc offering in Childrens Wear Overcoats Suits Shoes Hats etc Our new Spring Importations of Star Waists 20 per cent lower than ever offend Mothers Friend Waists whit and colored at ull prices Our new lines of lllouse Waits are now in both white and colored See our world beaters at DSc Mothers just what you want Our Under waists for use with the Blouses at 31c and lie Â¬ gte CH If GUARAh W4wwiimi mimim MI1JTrf rs ijHBHmZw marm j mnO If Is lit flMr R lix in j IE L - R Premier Amcrcan Watch American Lever Movement LACK NICKEL OR m Guaranteed and Accurate TimeCASE kerpir Nickel plated or Oxidized Chain ImK and Charm with each Watch A ureat chance FREE FOR THE BOYS FREE FREE Ov S I AV mvP -- C-- QfM 3U HQimw ttAjfa to get a wairanUd American Watch Absolutely Free fl FREE Vs FREE Wo are presenting this Watch and Chain to every little fellow that is upiippcd in our Hoys and A Childrens Clothing Department this Spring and to every person who buys 12 worth ot goods card Is given with your first purchase and when tho purchases amount to 12 tho watch nml chain Purchases may lie made in any department of the house all at ono and charm are youw tinip or at different times bringing tho purchase card with you every time or sending it by mail Dicyclcs Uase llalh and Hats also given to our to get tho amount of your purchase punched out boy friends What itt man Hint thou Mioulilest tot Job vii 17 thinu heart upon liim The most thrilling illscouraitig nml appalling thought that over walks with crushing heels through the mind of a htuiliotis man is tho thought of his own insignificance in the universe He comes lie goes To day lie is a jtart of the world his pulse beating with healthy life to morrow he will not be here and neither eye nor telescope can penetrate the shadows into which he will disappear The time allotted to him is so short that he no sooner becomes roncious of the opportunities by which he is surrounded and of his ow n ability to use them that the trumpet blast sum mons him and he bids the world fareÂ¬ Â¬ Lowest Prices This house has long had the reputation of selling at lower prices than any other estab- Â¬ lishment In tho countr- y- Farmers Home Journal Â¬ 3VC j Â¬ KLEINHANS SIMONSON The Largest 3VC HVC J 0 BOURNE SHOE and CLOTHING GO O Market bet 4th and 5th Sts Toiiacco From present indications preparations are being made for a full average tobacco crop I have had large demands for seed many from parties to whom I sent seed lost year The aver Â¬ age farm price for tobacco for December last was 70 In answer to Condition ok Faumeks two questions as to tho financial condi tion ol tho farmers of ttie State First What per cent of tho farmers of your country ure in dibt A largo number of correspondents answered the average per cent being 57 Second Is their in Â¬ debtedness larger or smaller than it was To this question there three years ago were only 58 answers 35 larger and 23 from a Ono correspondent smaller largo tobacco county said one cause of the farmer being more in debt is because so much tobacco being yet on hand which this time about ono year ago was all marketed Tho first of the season tobacco sold well but there is no animation iu the market now Siiekp There seems to be a very marked decline in the prico of all kinds of sheep especially in breeding ewes Since January 1893 the decline is esti mated at 38 per cent Fkuit As to whether tho fruit is killed the answers are very varied Thero were seventeen answered injured sixteen not injured thirty seven ans- Â¬ wered peaches all killed and only thir- Â¬ teen out of a hundred and fifty answered that apples and small fruit were killed therefore conclude that the peach crop is killed and that apples and small fruit are safe so far Nicholas McDowell Commissioner Fkaskfout Ky March 8 18i Â¬ Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY wrv J M T -- car E3L jry1 Shoo and Clothing Company is tho The Mammoth rTTZm2 Mtn f largest Clothing and Shoo House in the South Our readers can denend on fair treatment Western Kecorder BEAR A AND SNAKE MONTHLY CROP REPORT Of Commissioner HAUPEn DANIEL BKOOKd Fight to a Finish by Two Kings of the Forest in a Tropical Jungle Contest Which Con- Â¬ of Agriculture La- Â¬ B0TJBNE HARPER BROOKS CO bor and Statistics We have had an unusually warm winter very much like spring up to January 21th and 25th when tho thermometer dropped down to eight and ten degrees below zero making a very fair ice spell which most every one took advantage of and filled their ice houses Grains of all kinds were looking very fine and whrat in many places was looking too forward Some correspondents think that the freeze of the 25th injured the wheat to some extent but many othes think tho cold weather just before tho snow did Wheat more harm than the tint freeze was badly lifted out of tho ground in all poor spots but the snow following just after the freeze was a very great advan Â¬ tage From tho report of the Secretary of Agriculture at Washington the short Â¬ age of the wheat crop of 1893 U very marked the total product is estimated at 300131725 bushels which falls below the average for the ten years 1880 to 18SJ to the amount of 53508304 bush Â¬ els and is 84018050 bushels less than the average crop for tho years 1890 to 1WS3 Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON well An Interesting tained Many Exciting In- Â¬ The earth swings in its orbit without him and is quite unconcerned whether cidents he is hero or elsewhere or nowhere The sun blazes for him if he is present and RIGHT OF WAY DECIDED blazes for some one slso if lie is absent Â¬ The sky is blue the clouds lloat over The following story of a great land ser Â¬ heat the rivets iiin tho ocean roars the pent would make a good companion without dawn comes the twilight gathers Kipany reference to him whatever story in Ins hands to 1udyatd lings sea serpent tale but thero is this He may stay or depart it is a matter of Â¬ f STOCK YARDS RH AN LOUISVIII I KY if small consequence to tho changing seasons which as willingly revolve over his grave as over his cradle If wo compare tho life o a man to the life of our solar system with an estimated duration of twenty million years since it broke its fiery mass into planets and a prophesied duration often million years more before it will be shattered in some celestial catastrophe we are amaed at the pins point of space which wo occupy and tho comparatively few minutes we are allowed to occupy it A human life we are told is a thread in tho great fabric but a thousand such threads may be wafted from the loom of God without injury to the fabric itself If ours is one of those threads we must needs walk in tho valley of humiliation for apparently we count for nothing or something lets than nothing And yet there is another side to tho This mysterious atom called picture man so microscopic in proportions is tho greatest marvel andpiuloof the ago Science tells us that ho is tho last and Religion best product of natural law adds that since lie connot accomplish his mission here but always leaves his task unfinished the law which produced him must provide a place where his mission Else the universe can bo completed has a seam of lead in its bulk of gold else the plan which prevails everywhere has been invaded by unwisdom else a cruel injustice is done in that wo are created to perforin n given work and then robbed of tho opportunity to finish it Every arrangement haibeen made for our continuous development and every experience if rightly used will contribute to our education Nothing can hap Â¬ pen from tho most volatile joy to the profoundest grief which a man may not His sev Â¬ appropriate to his advantage enty years nro lods Iniveisity in which toil and pain laughter and tears success and defeat poverty and wealth are the text books which he cannot dil Â¬ igently study without exceeding profit Life is given that wo may learn how to live Adversities accost us as knights of old rode against each other in tho tournament and we are cither unhorsed becauso we have not steeled our muscles meet tho foe or aro victorious be Â¬ causo wo can trust our swords and our good right arms Wo can grow so strong and bold if wo have been rightly trained that no calamity can bear us down and ho alono has reached tho highest typo of manhood who can forco tho loj of fortune or a great bereavement to add to the beauty tho serenity and tho sym metry of his character Do wo graduate from tills iods University to make no use of what we havo learned 7 Do wo go through u long courso of preparation for something only to bo told that there is nothing to do Do wo painfully and wearily and with great labor and sacrifice get ready only to discover that thero is nothing to get ready for Then is our period of suffer Â¬ ing a delusion a hallucination and wo havo developed all the finer qualities of our characters for no purpose whatever Wo have not been permitted to enjoy this life becauso wo have been sternly at work In tho struggle to mako every Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ p Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ material dillerence that this story has the advantage of being true In those great primeval jungles known as the Nullamullais somo Chen ehus were engaged insetting their nets for game when their attention was at tracted by the most hideous noises fieico roars of rage and pain and a pro Â¬ longed hissing like the escape of steam from an engine They hastened to the spot and beheld the progress of of Ho merie cotlict says the Madras Mail A huge jungle bear was fighting for its life with a colossal bcrpcut The Her pent wound its enormous folds around the bear It dashed itself from side to side and rolled along the g ound in freii zied endeavors to get free roaring ang rily tho while and snapping its jaws like castanets at the serpents folds which however it could not reach owing to the way In which they were constricted around tho bears quivering body In tills nay the belligerents swayed to tho suirmit of n hill down which tho bear cast itself with a velocity that evidently disconcerted tho enveloping serpent for it unwound a couple of folds and threw its tail round a tree evidently with the intention of anchoring the bear to the tree and preventing tho unpleasant con Â¬ cussion that would bo engendered by tumbling do n hill This resulted in tho serpents undoing in more ways than one Tho rigid lino of tail stretched out from tho tree to tho bears body gave tho bear a chance of seizing hold of its assailant which up to this time had not been offered It was prompt to avail itself of the opportunity and turn- Â¬ ing with a tremendious effort fastened its powerful jaws into the snakes quivering llesh Tho hissing was now appalling as tho writhing serpent rapidly unfolded its huge body and struck sav Â¬ agely at the clinched jaws of tho bear to make it release the mangled mass of llesh between In responsetho bear roared furiously dashing from sido to side and worrying the mouthful of ser Â¬ pent in its jaws in paroxysms of anguish Â¬ ed rage Once more the serpent con Â¬ stricted the bear howled and gasped and both rolled struggling out of view into the high grass of tho forest The tnick was now marked with pools of blood and when they were again seen they had parted The snake evidently badly mangled was coiled in an atti- Â¬ tude of defense with its head erred and hissing approhcnsUey It hnd evNont ly had enough and wished to bo left in Not so the bea- - Though HourÂ¬ peace ly crushed to death with its tongue lolling out from Its gasping foam llecked anil bloody jaws the aroused brute with iuate ferocity declined to retire from the combat After a moments pause it rushed upon tho serpent Evidently tho latter was spent from loss of blood for the bear immediately got it by tho head and drugged it about with roars of tri uiimh Tho whole of tho undcrurowih around was beaten down fiat by the convulsive strokes of the great serpentH tail as the bear crushed its head to pieces and it ultimately lay an inert and lifeless mass beneath the ferocloits assaults of its vindictive enemy Tho Glieuclius be- Â¬ lieve the oncjunter was accidental It occiired on a game track in the forest and they aro of opinion that tho serpent y as sunning itself on the path when the wear came along and as neither would bleld the path to tho other tho fight re- Â¬ sulted land-serpeÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ would IJLA J D inclusive Tho falling off in price has been equally as great the average government price is placed at 52 cents a bushel the lowest price reached for many years past The average price for Kentucky is 57 cents The condition of the present crop on March 1st is placed at 93 per cent Correspondents report an unusual amount of corn ground broke for this spring planting This plan of fall and winter plowing is being adopted moro and moro every year It is very benefi- Â¬ cial to the soil to turn under green stub Â¬ ble In the fall and the ground Is In fine fix for planting In the spring The value of the corn crop for 1893 Is estima ted at 591025027 and although It Is on- Â¬ ly a small fraction short In bushels com- Â¬ paratively its money value to the far mer will bo 50000000 less Tho corn crop in Kentucky was very short in most parts of tho State but tho farmers began to husband It very early many of them feeding their hogs on wheat there Â¬ by saving a largo part of their crop for winter purposes and to day It is worth very littlo more than it was last fall Rye Comparatively few counties ro port raising it Percent 01 IIaiiikv Very much like rye Only a very few counties report raising it Per cent 07 Mules Thero is a falling off of 10 per cent in the number of mules in the State Tho Government report makes on Increaso of small par cent and a far- Â¬ ing off in prico from 7008 in January 1893 to 0217 IIohses The con li tion of horses in tho State is reported good and as is al- Â¬ ways the case with all kinds of stock whenever the prico is low thero seems Thin hair may be thickened weak to be a surpliH Tho reports of tho hair strengthened and the color restored sales in tho past few months Indicate to gray hair by using Ayers Hair Vigor- - very littlo demandnd at very lowpriccp Tis but a few years back that to own a i good trotter a man was considered luky Australian Courtship buy one but Courtshin anions tho Australians con and a safe investment to make tho future some- Â¬ sisted in watching a village until a desir Â¬ tho recent sales can certaiuly hope able woman camo outalone then knock- Â¬ what gloomy We however that tho worst Is over and can ing her down with a club and carrying look for better times The Government her off Chicago Herald report shows a general decrease in tho number of horeeB as compared to the It must be a good article that will In returns of 1803 of a small per cent and duce a man to go forty miles to get it a very largo diminution of prices Mr h It Swetuam of Fairfax Station Hoos Tho number of hogs in Ken- Â¬ Ya says a party camo forty miles to tucky has increased since my report his store for Chamberlains Cough Item- - twelve months ago Then it was 75 per edy and bought a dozen bottles Tho cent now It is placed at 87 Remedy Is a great favorite In this vicin- Â¬ Oattlk Tlie qumbor of cattle for ity ho says and has performed somo market In tho state is estimated at 01 wonderful cures here It is intended Gdverninenf report in- Â¬ especially for Coughs Cold Croup and per cent Tho dicates a small per cent increase over Whooping Cough For sale by A It last year and prices not bo good The Fisher Cloverport Ky and Klncheloo condition of cattle iu tho Stato is placed MeadorA Co Ilardlnsburg Ky at 05 per cent Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lippinworth reduced still more in fortune than when ho had entered on this prospecting project now left the territory and not having tho means of sustaining the expense of removing his friends remains as he had promised de He drifted ferred it until he was able out to Africa and soon did well there but was ruined by a fire which destroyed Ho all the property ho had amassed begun again and after twelve years moro was one of the largest sheep owners in Capo Colony having a range of 23000 acres with 600000 Angora goats upon it Hut a diseaso broke out among theso animals and in six weeks all but 1000 or 2000 were dead and Lippinworth un able to keep his engagements with the wool merchants lost his land as well Again he built up a business in ostrich leathers and was again nearly ruined by a dishonest partner who only left him enough to start over once more This time ho succeeded beyond his expecta- Â¬ tions and one of the first uses ho made of his money was to come to America to carry out his pledge to Harris who had been dead nearly forty years Lippinwoth counted on the climate having preserved the bones at least but was not prepared for tho way in which Ho identi- Â¬ nature had kept the body fied the placo after some little trouble and had the grave op ned but the men with him called out that there was some mistake and that thoy had opened the grave of somo newly buried person as tho body had not yet begun to decay Lippinworth came to see for himself and easily recognized Harris who looked as if ho had just been buried but on at- Â¬ tempting to remove the body it was fount more than six men could accomplish and more help had to bo obtained Tho body had been converted into stone the very mark of tho bullet as it entered his temple and the gashes of the knife as his scalp was taken were to bo seen Tho bodyweighed In the neigh Â¬ borhood of 1000 pounds tho clothes and beard even having been reproduced In stone It was carted to the railroad and shipped to Harris old home where it will be reinterred us he directed to euro n I nervous m Wenk lic uorrLossol liraln Lost MuulioodMklitly ruljlMl Neryou- owtrllcnrtacuuWrvkelulncn llonetcU fl ot cituer cox caused ueB3auurainsanaioir puweriiiucnerauTucirvnim t bucco hT overexertion yoiilhlul errors excesslreuroof opium oritlm- an fn rarnpiiin uiuiiio nuitu iviiu lu iriurimiTi tmsuiiiuiiuii ur iiinnivTent pocket SI per box for SS by mall prepaid Wilms order wo VflrufffftPttl Adk forlt fnka noothpr Wrltn for frnnXfndlrjl Hniilr Mont ulhl LUUUkAMl AM lulciMu la plain wrapper AddrcNEJVSiiiDlUMuoilaTemuloCiucAnii Kur alo In Cloverpurt Mr- A IU FISUKlUnndbC p JIAHT1N Druggists - Si ITU HOOD RESTORED TJrBreS NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Breckenridge Circuit Court Heeler v V Taj lor Heard Ac Defts All peniDi having claim Bpaiiit the lato firm of UoirJ llclrr of Ilardlnsburg Ky ara requested to lite the time with we properly verified as required by law on or before the lit day of May 1891 aluo ull periona Indebted to the above named firm are requested to call at my office In llardintbug Ky at once and settle inme and ve costa The members of the above laid firm aro rub joined and rettrainod by order ot court fr tu making any collections or adjusting any claims of tho above said firm D 11 SEVENS Receiver Appointed by the llreckenrldge Circuit Court February 19th 1391 Â¬ In lenity At n Iiargain to tiio riht man the Old Keliablo Clifton Mill Good stHie dum everlasting power and doing a good business All in first class order For particulars address or apply to y J W CARY Clifton Mills Ky FAT PEOPLE Park Tills Have PiUMANiVnY been WHY iXIiiUMKNT SUFPRR looking that can Correspondence Strictly Confidential cured for ELECTROPOISE Br J L Moorman you have cured From old complaint when you will rrduce ynur weight Ohksitv from II to 15 pounds u month STAHVlMi lcknes or Injury NO PU11 hey build up the health anil beautl IIC1TV ry the romplexinn leaving NO AVHINKIIIS or nabbln t STOUT AIUHlMINS and uithcult breathing surely relieved NO but a tcientlnc and positive relief adopted onlv after years of experience All orders supplied direct from our otlicc Price 100 cr package or three i ckaget for I500 by mail postpaid be Testimonials and particulars sealed acts NO 1 permanently by an All PARK REMEDY GO Boston Mass Others been why not you DISEASE CURED WITHOUT MEDICINE all Resident Ofllco air-- til Not an eteotris belt or battery but a simple home treatment which causes the entire body of the patient to absorb 5ilAik your neighbor about It If he can not tell jeu write to ua for one of our books sent free OXYGEN Dentist To toll you to bo suro nml soo our stock of new day OLOVERPORT KY with Dr J T Owen Hast C tail at Ifrldiro kinds of Dental work dose and satis Â¬ faction guaranteed Wall Papers Bcforo you placo your Spring order Nothing litis over recfivetl so many testimonials from trustworthy persons many of whom aro known to us Wi st Â¬ ern IUcordcr Louisville Tho Fioctropoise is a mystery to mc almost a miracle Elder John I Itodgers In ono night tho Klectropoisu tullovrd mo of congestion of tho brain and vertigo Uov Geo II Meanc Covington Ky A friondtif uilno was entirely cured of opium habit with tho Klectropoito Kov V W Uincc Houstonville Ky Tho Klectropoisu is a wonderful instru inunt and it is inoro wonderful as to how It does its work yet it does It T E 0 Drinloy Plows Louisville Ky 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