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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mtrtfi BREOKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XVIII SANCTIFiGATION CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NEGRO MELODIES Â¬ MARCH 28 1894 NO 36 MV - l J- - tho dictates of their own conscience I havo been for several years a corres It is strango that men will tell of a pondent for an English journal which sanctified man who ran off with another devotes considerable space to musical mans wife and then deserted her and matters and when tho English craze Pet another treated his wife so mean that Babblor Earnestly Swings Hor Pon sho had to bo carried to the asylum yet The Songs Sung In tho South Aro In about 1880 for American banjo and negro melodies I was sent to find a sup you never hear their names That com Â¬ ply of good and original songs written by In Dofenso of tho Truly Good Composed by Northorn munity needs religion preached there American negroes I made a tour of tho In the lead for bargains lo suit llio and Holy first then thoy will be ready for holi Whito People South called at overy music store talk Â¬ ness remaps 11 the whole irutii was ed with musical peoplo and teachers found they are not church members and lhe Banjo Is Not tho Negros Fav and until I reached Now Orleans I did Thsro Aro Good Pooplo in All if they aro they should bo bounced not find one song or tuno written by a orite Instrument but Ho Lovos Isnt it strango that some men are simi Â¬ colored ircrson Thero I found a dealer Churches and Christianity lar lo buzzards Yon know they will lly in niasio who said ho had n collection of tho Guitar nil day over a drove of fat rattle and Makes Hypocricy Possible music written by Mexican composers I never light on tlinin but let one die and from airs sung by peons whom ho asN3 NATIVE S0N5S down they como Why not say some Â¬ sured mo were half Mexican and half ne- Â¬ BE THOU HOLY in thing of the ninety and nine just men gro I bought a fow of the compositions and not pitch on tho ono who has gone The eminent Bohemian composer and played ono or two over in tho eve Â¬ DeauNkws You aaked mo to writo astray If ono is right at heart ho is Pro Dvorak has been led to bellovo that ning in tho residenco of a priest with whom I was staying and ho told mo BOinctliing for your phper Having been not saying slighty things about other tho so called negro nielodiee of tho South Usually the one who is made familiar In Europe and America that tho music was from a collection called llko Uanquos ghost I steal forth denominations But unllko it being a woman I como blowing has his namo on the church by tho singing of student of schools and printed and sold by tho bandmaster of a to us Is dancing drinking gamb- Â¬ I colleges for colored men and women Spanish regiment in tho garrison of Ha- Â¬ not speechless When I read the lengthy book but ling in fact cammitting all tho fashion 7 effusion and tho short notice in your went taken down from the folk songs ot vana After that I heard no more of na Â¬ will tell columns against sanctlGcatlon it was able vices Sanctiflcation is as easily lost the Blaves I havo lived and traveled tive American compositions fromcolored FOR CLOTHES only by placing my tonguo between my as justification and both can bo counter in all the Southern States and havo a peoplo Another gross error about niusic-lov- teeth anil sitting on tho opposite side of fluted The good dollar was made first largo acquaintance with musical people THC PIOOTEn A OAMBLR CO CINTl Had thero never of the South and ono and all havo told nig coioreu people common in tiio iNorth the room from my anting desk that I then tho counterfiet a been a true Christian thero could not me that thero is not a jubilee could refrain from writing and letting or negro ern States and in Europe is that they are havo been a hypocrit Had no one pro Â¬ minstrel song known in fond of tho banjo That is not so that Bbme one older and wiser than J give that part of our fessed Bnnctiflcation thero would not bo country that was not written liy North- Â¬ instrument was Invented by n whito Vir- Â¬ your correspondent a friendly lecture I ern or European crankifieation ginian who played tho first ono at When I hear any one tying to make many practicing whito men us I havo talked with scores of colored Chlstys minstrel show in New York light of sanctiflcation I am reminded of know of members in all churches who not only profess but possess the doct inn singers at Eisk and Clark a familiar scene n little dog barking at universities The colored peoplo In tho South despiso What the Commissioner of Agri- Â¬ the moon but the moon is so far above Like many others I would like to seo and with colored ministers from Virginia it and prefer guitars violins and wind culture Has To Say About the dog that it sails on Even so with that Cold Spring difficulty tried in court to tho end of Texas about tho folk loto or reed instilments Everywhere In the tho sanctified believers they live on One brother sent a lotter to your paper and songs of tho Afro American and all South at night tho sound of the guitar is and I thought he wrote in a Christian bore testimony to the fact well Our Sister such a high plane that such cutting known heard from the quarters where tho col- Â¬ Â¬ does not reach them One friend speaks spirit and believed him I heard a min in the South that tho colored people do ored peoplo live and they are fond of Â¬ of the drunken Baptist and sanctified ister say Some men say they are sanclint tell stories nbout Brer Rabbit or the sweet Castlliun airs which havo A Pretty Good Report though Methodiut making a mockery of relig- Â¬ tified but wc know thoy lie and tho any other fairy tales and that thoy havo found their way from tho Spanish set- Â¬ How did the no songs or tunes that cannot bo ion I am sure that a drunkard has no truth is not In them traced tlements in Florida and along the Mis Â¬ Somewhat Unnecessarily religion and I would bo fearful of tread- other brother write It amuses mo every back to somo well known European song sissippi to tho furthest bounds of tho timo I think of tho short noto and the or musical composition Â¬ ing on dangerous ground and commitwhich they South Abbreviated Ho wanted heard from Tho ouly Afro American music I over ting tho unpardonable sin did I de editos witty comments tho white people All tho the News no longer No wo havo jubilee songs music nounce a truly sanctified believer When and words were heard was from a colored man living in I read tho articles I felt liko saying For- Â¬ always been taught to respect all minis- Â¬ written by keen witted New England St Albans Vt who would stand In a lit- Â¬ ters and I certainly do but I cant agree teachers of music in schools for THAN OURS give for they know not what thoy do colored tle park in front of tho leading hotel on BETTER Both claim to be friends of the News with tho dear brother I would liko to people who dispiso the silly gibberish of summer nights and looking toward tho AT THE and a secret I can tell both aro causing have it longer wider in fact larger in tho Golden Slippers or Ringdem setting Bun would pour out tho wildest Meade County was formed from parts tho editor to loose not only subscribers every way ana never do 1 seo a copy Bells standard in minor keys many of his notes cries Tho truth is that tho colored people seemed to be liko the sounds mado by ol lireckenndgo and llnrdm counties in but correspondents by such articles Of but what I feel like saying God bless tho head man and long may ho edit tho love and appreciato really good courso every sensible person believes in music forest song birds nnd tho others like the tho year IS- - and was named in honor Header by the masters and their tasto for poetry sounds mado by animals when pleased of Captain James Meade It hnsreventy FOR sanctiflcation or holiness for without best weekly in tho universe miles front on tho Ohio River and runs to Shakespeare Milton Byron and But all the out pourings were musical holiness no man shall seo the Lord mind I receive no extra pay for this Now I have not written with tho in- others of the modern Then isnt it strango that a man woiild English school I weird and touching his voice was sweet along the river except tho bottoms for writo against it I cant conceive how tention of offending any one but only have attended more than a thousand col- Â¬ and powerful Ho had beeniBtolon when from threo to to four miles back tho a woman could do such for oven if she stated a few facts I did not think that ored churches when escorting Northern a child by a slaver Captain who sailed land is very broken covered generally did not believe in all tho doctrino of tho lengthly article against all sanctified be- Â¬ friends to seo the sights of tho South from Salem and afterward settled in Ver- Â¬ with brush oak timber Back of this bible I think she- - would remain silent lievers was reporting only tho news of and never heard a jubilee song at tho mont I asked tho colored man where you strike the so called Barren Lands and not expose her ignorance If I the community as the editor requested services thoy use tho samo hymnals he learned the sounds ho sang and he with general elevation about level but it were a man woman boy or girl and did but one reading only one side of tho that are in use by tho churches for whito answered that his father and mother abounds in basins and sinks These to not believe in sanctificationl would never question might think that sanctified congregations and pride thcmsolves upon used to make the samo sounds at night Â¬ lands lie in valleys with ridges running members wero only a set of hoodlums decorous services north and south through them Doe fall ii somo part of Africa a long dis- again pray the Lords prayer or tho ono will it to to Run Otter and Wolf creeks aro tho Where I live tho best given to the disciples or I would leave or cut throats When Beethoven was writing tho tanco i rom Zanzibar men and womon both Methodist And Moonlight Sonata called KreutzerSonata principal streams of tho county and all I havo written this communication be out TJiy will be done on earth as it is Baptist are sanctified Now I will not in Codut Tolstois novel for a colored causo I have been n constant reader of of them afford excellent water power in Heaven What is the will of God Turning to a little red backed book that consume more space but could I talk to piano player from Now Orleans who was Tho Sun overy day for twenty years Tho Ohio River which bounds tho I received long ago I read This is the that friend for ono hour ho would do making a tour of Germany ho asked tho and I do not want to see it endorsing tho county for soventymiles on the north ono of three things Admit thero was American for a motif that was purely silly statement of thoso who say that the northeast and northwest is tho only will of God even your sanctiflcation That settles it for mo But then Ho such a thing as sanctiflcation deny tho Afro Amorican j but tho only tune that plantation and jubilee melodies aro the navigable stream and It is navigable for wants Jlia Kill done on earth as it is In bible or get up and leave not Bab but tho American knew to be of New Orleans production of tho colored peoplo who steamers oi mo largesi class Tiio fen Saddled creation was a simple air sung by the liko good music and who in timo wlion oral character of tho timber of tho Heaven Consulting the same standard EKRON KY Creoles Any ono who knows tho old cultivated in good schools may produco county may bo described ns oak with as well a classical work I find thero is Tho marvelous success of Hoods Sar some beech walnut and poplar Whito no sinning in Heaven But up steps a saparilla is based upon tho cornor stone airs of Provonco will find ono in the composers of good music little Bpecfmen of humanity twirling of absolute merit Tako Hoods through- Â¬ motif of tho first part of Moonlight Sonata I havo read with much pleasure and and red oak aro tho principal varieties and it is the one air which tho colored interest tho valuable African articles The principal agricultural products of his base ball mustache threo out sido out the spring months pianist told Beethoven was a native written by your learned Mr 0 C which there is a surplus for market are out and says my friend we all sin American air from his native place there Is nono goodno not one I answer J Adams and I have not read anything in wheat corn onts tobacco and apples McDANIELS In the tide water counties of Virginia his articles about nativo African music The grasses beBt adapted to tiro soil and no not by nature and looking at him I Mrs Jim Lucas has a now girl baby men and women hum Malbrook Has worthy to be called music and I do not considered the most useful and profitable begin to wonder If IJarwinV theory is Born to tho wifo of Huso Pool a fine Gonoto tho true Just as I am going to ask what Army Who Shall Bo supposo that any savage ever hit by luck aro timothy clover and orchard grass girl baby King But Charley is thai urcomea thethc ught God made Lullibulliro and upon an air worthy of being a motif for timothy nnd clover taking tho lead both Mumps still prevail It is J C Mc other songs sung by as to usefulness and profit Our fanners it lets call it a man Yes I have heard tho early colonists modern musicians I am Mr yours Daniel this timo are making steady improvement in their but most of the singers know nothing of ministers stand up and say I sin every G Wilfred Pkadce Mrs John Rhodes has an addition to manner of tilling their lands Generally the history connected with tho songs New Brunswick N J day every hour every minute N Y Sun Kight family a boy speaking the tillable soil of Meado and many of the ignorant natives tell then I would like to be in the amen cor- Â¬ hor Tiio largest variety wo ever had No Miss Lissa McDanlol visited friends on Ayers Cherry Pectoral is adapted to County is improving in its fertility and strangers those songs are negro voudoo ner and halloo Amen the biggest sinLong Lickiast week consideration of hard limes Visitors you will find n airs Many of tho best so called planta Â¬ overy age and to either sox Being very productiveness There hns been no ner in town cant beat you Miss Rony Mattingly visited Miss Mag house full of deeirablo tion melodies wore written by white palatable tho youngest children take it noteworthy immigration to this county You may ask me if I think such a gio Rhodes last week in tho past two years Our population is ladies and gentlemen for the amusemont readily ono was railed Perhaps he Is like tho Mr Narcus Mattingly of Long Lick of their children gradually increasing although tho last little boys pups The day tho Republican and I know a promi- Â¬ visited friqnds bore last week census shows a decrease of eight hun WEBSTER nent clergymen of Georgia who has writ Â¬ spoko Jie Introduced them candidates Miss Mary Mattingly baa been visiting Its useless to mention prices thoy aro not in it dred Our voting population has In ten somo of tho best break down and for sahvas Republican pups The next Where did R A 0 go Sunday Mrs W T Connor this week creased two hundred in the last two clog dances used on tho minstrel stage then you can not cry hard times Our motto for tho week the Democratic candidates spoke Miss Addle English is very sick Misses Eliza and Nettio Parsons visi- Â¬ years Several largo distilleries and ono but ho wrote them for his boys who and again tho pups wero for sale but coming season Who wants to run for constablo ted at tbo parsonage last week fruit drying establishment havo been wero at college and of course would not this time thoy were Democrats Being Forest what did you do with that fan Mr John Gannaway took dinner with stand in paternal way for erected and put in operation recently questioned in regard to tho chango tho a tho jingling Goods Dick Popham did a big business Satur Â¬ and more fruit dryers will bo Bro CundifPs family Tuesday erected tho boy readily replied melodies A so called negro melody day Yes but you see Mrs Huso Crltchelow visited her aunt coming season Thirty per cent of they havo got thoir eyes open now that lids been sung for years wherever E R Protheroo was at Bell View Sun Meades original forest is still standing Mrs Sallio Crltchelow Tuesday the English language is spokon was writ- Â¬ Perhaps that minister will get his oyes day evening Rov E N Metcalfo Is gone to Hardin but no steps have been taken to prevent ten by an eminent surgeon from Dublin open then when he opens his blblo and We have been enjoying fine weather the Indiscriminate destruction of what county to visit Mr C C CunduiT Dress you woll for little money Mako happy homes who has for a long timo practiced in a for reads He that commltteth sin is of some time Mrs Charley Jarboe presented her remains nor to reforest the denuded city of New Jersey and it is tho motif of the devil he will fall down and and good times Mrs Laura Kurtz fell lost week and sections Our peoplo aro ready to try get forgtventss then ho is ready for husband with a girl baby tho Hlh his song that has been used by Prof Ir Nace Coomes Is quite sick at tho Dvorak in a recent hurt her arm badly anything in tho way of now field or gar the command Be thou holy and he symphony yet this homo of his sister Mrs Joe Mattingly Next Sunday is quarterly meeting den seed that promises good returns will find that ns binding as the ono rich Irish physician nover saw tho cano Dr Harts little son Guy is on tho and cotton fields J F Woolfolk Brandenburg Thou shalt not murder ho writes and sings Wo expect a good crowd When a man sick list Has symptons of pneumonia Brandenburg is tho county seat The tolls me he sins constantly I feel like Miss Ava Board Is tho guest of Miss about in tho song Mr J T Mooro has returned from a county has a population of 0481 It is saying Brother you know yourself betDixie beloved by all Southerners Mary Henderson this week pleasant visit to f lends in Daviess coun- Â¬ black situated in tho Fourth Congressional tor than I do so I will agree with you and whito was written by Albert BRANDENBURG KY Miss Brown of Meade county is ty Second Appellate Ninth Judicial and Pike of Boston Mass and tho music is teaching tho spring school hero If wo believe all this why should wo Mrs John Allen Frank p esented her Tenth Senatorial difctrictr In tho by an Irish American named Scannel a doubt this when a man tells us that he Dr Bell Kurtz who has been visiting late Congressional election it cost 1103 husband with a fine boy recently It Now Yorker who ueo to write melodies lives above sin is tempted but has pow- Â¬ here for somo time has returned homo votes for tho Democratic candidate 407 is reported Tho licit Shots er to resist Prejudice keeps our eyes he is papa that he stops quite high slnco for Dan Bryant far the Lcut Money B It Is reported that Bate Herndon is a for tho Republican and J01 for tho Pop- Â¬ shut Put a man on his knees before Candidates aro all the rago now Why Tho fads of candidate for Magistrate in this district ulist God and he is honest but when he gots Is it that the grip of their hands is bo society are on tho Chas Claycomb Bays that June is so Pounds of Tobacco lJft4 up ho wants to bo popular for It is truo Mondly jut beforo tho primary and jMJ Thoy far off that ho will run down in Mexico Tom of hay tnereait wo cant all seo alike and so wo need GENTLEMEN IluihcU of corn 300850 election day seem to bo triv- Â¬ for a whilo Christ says I lluihclt ot whcit the different churches 107J06 Messrs John P Haswell jr and Jes ial but they aro Eft1 vm SO 4 and 15573 am tho vino ye are the branches Mr Bill Bush moved his family hero lluihcli ol naU Dross Shoo SHKl ti XI of Hardinsburg were horo se Eskridge not Every Saturday Ho Is a good Democrat as Acre ol wheal 104111 Vc9v TW if Some of us may not bellovo In tho Police Shoo 3 Soloo NSt Acre of corn movement has Tuesday and Mr Haswell remained W JJ Catholic church buUthat is no reason Acrci ot niecjow its consequence well as a carpenter over night The question now Is what SxJ 82 for Worklngmon that wo should donouDcofib confession 51781 Jno A Murray was to address tho Acres of wooilluuJk was the attraction Was it tho court Tho fad of beer drinking may look 2 and 175 for Boys Acres ol tobacco 161 al and pronounce the priest worso than tfsffi Nisw or or something elso What do you trivial It Is followed by the f ad of peoplo hero Saturday but on account of Jxgtl voters ajjo kldnoy dlsoaso ns a direct consequence an Infidel or tho equal of tho Mormau farmers being so busy ho had no crowd Number of ac ciincounly xflsW LADIES AND MISSES say Miss 1S6JS7 And that U not trivial That means tho elder yet it la Just as unreasonable to call 9304 T9 Jno D Babbago was In town Satur Â¬ Value per sere Joe Parsons and family spent tho grave and Is solemn Mr 2 175 Tho situation Ai2tenilL VHa 83 Kxpciidlturtrs over revenue sanctified members Mormans Wo may Iljiui day Tuesday at tbo parsonage In the would be truly alarming and threaten day looking after tho interest ot his pa TIONir Lany dealer Postoffjckh Audyvllle Battletowu you V not believe in baptism for tho remis-Â¬ Ilouula afternoon tho company was increased by tho extinction of the race were it- - not per Como again Mr Babbago your Brandenburg hoe at a reduced price Concordia EkronFlalierty sion of sins still we would bo unkind BeS3pT--JIor x ho hai litem with MThis C paper cant bo beat by any county paper tho addition of Misses Neddio and Dee for two things out ino uiimo atampcil GrahaniptonGarnottavilIo Garrett Gus II did wo say all members of that church 1 There is always hope of reforma Â¬ y IJJIfl IU iiiimimiiiijii HIS DUUOBl iui nitu Hunter Capt Garner and ye editor of iop XT iP WTarJUfta A- uown aanrnua wero Christians in namo only Then tion In the hearts of the people When Tito people of this vicinity insist on ton Hill GrovolLong UranchMuldraiigh tlm Nswsj Mr J D Babbage Call niiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiimHiiiMaa Lv the dangerous Increase of kidney dis Â¬ having Chamberlains Cough Remedy Payneville Peckcnpaugh Pennebaker we might not believe in close commu- Â¬ Again friends ease Is sufficiently sounded there will and do nion but that Is no reason why wo not want any other says John Rhodella Richardsons Landing Rock Our little village swarmed with can bo reform This will assure future Haven Sirocco Weldon Willow Dalo should say all Baptist ministers carry a Vf Bishop of Portland Mills Indiana dates Tuesday It was Rulo Day generations bottlet and would bo far from saying that J A Murray V G Babbage and That Is right They know it to be Wof Creek Woodland DOUGLAS Shoe are stvllih caiv fitHntr and nlve better a As to the afflicted of to day a JW tmacllon at the price advcitltcd than any other make all members of that church drink on tho Try one pair and be con were each trying to out do ho knowledge of Dr Fennera Kidney and superior to any othor for colds and as a Jarrett vlnced Tho itamplnH of W I louula name and nrlce on the bottom which sly Iain inclined to think there are Other trying to A pronounced nucccsa for euro of cold 1 Baokaohe Cure will restore all who are preventive and euro for croup and why in convice the people guarantee uicir vaiuc aavc uiuuumn ui uonara annually to tnote who wear Uicni good members in all churches and it is adroit enough to resort to Its uq before that he is the man for County Judge It la too late Also cures fcmaleweak- - should they not Insist on having it 60 and bronchitis Mm Lizzie H Moore Dealers who puih the tale or W L Douglas Shoes gain cutomer which help to unkind and ungntlemanly to attack tho for sale by A R Fisher Nqrth Eyanston Ilia writes Thoy can aHorrt to iell at a 1m proflt We hava Increaie the sale on their full line of good R0 olwKkKjnV of Union Star for mew heart dUease rheumatism and all cent bottles your footwear ami we bellevo you can lava mouey by buvlnir We all peculiar doctrines of any one It will neither deeelvo Cloyerport Ky and Klncheloe Meador used Dr Hulls Cough Syrup for overy Ued bel- o- C lUloifUO free uuou auuUoatlou all DOUGLAS of tha dealtr LlMn clerk wasilso here J Stewart DeJer blood disease Brooktaa Hiu WX lenaeraber iu the long ago a little cold wo havo had we aro also subject to Co Hardinsburg Ky nelte and John Dyer candidates for Jail nor disappoint If In need take a bottle O Delays are home with you to day band came to our country In order that I er were uero bronchitis in very cold weather and It Money refunded it satis Dc Price Crm Baking Powder Hil Ainu 11001 UWn I they might worship God according to candidate for Deputy Assessor wu here dangHM given lias been successful in all cases t action sot Most Perfect Msde IVORY Nor we Are Still JIOTJL Â¬ Hard 50AP you Times Kk PURE cfrv Plenty of Goods most every line yet We have had a fine trade with our closing out J sales Remember every thing goes at cost Ask your neighbors that have been see and they what bargains we have for MEADE car load of Globe Bone Meal COUNTY and Fertilizers that must be sold Come and see We have M MEYER CO Buras Ky Â¬ 50000 FRUIT TREES EKRON NURSERY Â¬ Spring Delivery 1304 Persons desiring plant out an Orchard this Spring find their interest get prices from us as we arc selling at hard times prices All stock guaranteed as represented Correspondence and patronage solicited Massey Frymire Â¬ W R G A E We Are Right in It And Dont you Forget It N Stocks upon Stocks N Spring and Summer Goods E W W A Spring and Summer Goods Â¬ Â¬ L L P E Honest T S Latest Styles Fair Dealings Great Bargain Store Geo Yeakel fl E R Co t P A P Â¬ cm L Mmim ax 1 9 csumr 05 OfWE 8350 250 8350 8250 W L DOUGLAS 1 1 w Â¬ SfU luJw is the A iX A y Â¬ WL jap- 1 CBBk iHi7irMiite M MoGlothlan Co union Samuel L Sulzer oloyerport ky MU star ky iUit JWftUiiJJiN TMR BRROKENnffiQfi NRWQ CLvOVRftPOfr StV A qheat revival Is In progress In this HARDIN8BURQ city Men women and children are be Â¬ LH W TIME TABLE ing converted by the ecore Iteliglon Is WEDNESDAY MAKOII 28 1891 0010 TUt n good thing to have and everybody Go out to church and Pasicnger Daily arr IIardIniWg12l J pm V 0 Bsllagt Editor tad Ft opriclrs ought to have It Jno D oulnu liST hear tho preaching the praying the FOR COUNTY JUDGE singing and tho good sisters shout It Paiisntfer Daily arr Itardlnaburg 740 am lire authorized to announce J V JAIN for UKTT of bttpheniott ai candidate for wont hurt you and theres a chance The candidates contlnno to get about County Judge of Hrrckcnrldee county subject to it doing you good Get in touch with the action ol the Democratic patty Court of Claims ill meet next Monday the meeting try to love your neighbor Mr Chris Ahl is sick with malarial fH are aulhorlteil In announce JucleJA more and yourself less and youll feel Ml It II AY nan candidate for County Jiulice fever oriltccVenrtdge county subject to the aition of Irctter the Democratic patty Somebody will drop out after the 7th of April to announce KIIJAII - are authorized AITIlloss lolk Laloon and T B Vance HUAKDaiH candidate for County Judge The town trustees will meet nextTues- candidates for Congress in the Second subject to the action of the Democratic party day night HAH V lirKare authorized to announceCountyO Judge district spoko at llawcsvillo Monday Morris Eskridge had a 50 Jersey cow HAUKas a candidate for They both made good speeches Mr Ij aubject to the action of the Democratic party to die last Monday 1oons in particular being in pleasing FOn COUNTY CLERK Dr J T Baker has his office ovt r J contrast to many utterances of Demo- Â¬ T II IIKN llfK are authorized to announce candidate for crats these times in that he stands up II Gardners store V DltltbONol Webiterai a for Cleveland and his administration and County Court Clerk nfllrrckenritlv county sub Co aro building a Hook Miller Jcct to the action ot the Democratic party says ho has the utmost confidence in his granary at their mill are authorised to announce It C ItlCll ability to pull us through Mr Vanec is There will bo a big excursion on the ofUnlon Miras a candidate for a very pleasant and polished speaker and branch next Saturday County Court Clerk ol llrcckenrldgc county aub jtit to the action ol the Democratic purl made a good Impression on his hearers If you hear the candidates tell it they r I are authorised to announce IllANK A IIIAVIN ot the cloverMut Ditrkt at a are all going to be elected Kekp your eye on the label of your candidate fur County Court Clerk ol llreikcn rldge County aubject to the action ot the Demo Miss Salli rlliehardson of Union Star paper Dont let it show that you are cratic party away behind with jour subscription It was visiting here last week I irK are authorized to announce JOHNCourt is an easy matter to keep just a few Mr T D Kingston has sold his farm llKlillill aa a candidate lor County Cierk luhjeit to the action of the Democratic months ahead If you havent a dollar on the pike to the Wythe Uros Irty handy send us a half and if its not con- Â¬ Tho town marshal will begin the col venient to de this send a quarter What lection of town taxs pretty soon FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR IIKSIKV C LirKare auOimlretl tr AnnounceCandidate for ever you do dont let it run along for Let every Democrat come out and vote MtNKUol Jludton ma months and then write us a postal to die Wo want a winning ticket In November Assessor subject tn the action ol the Democratic jurty Deputies Mr Iudwcll Aclkvnt Mc continue sayiug you never ordered tho Mr Thomas Duffey has been quite jihemport und Kobcrt Owen Hock Vale Is it honest to read a mans paper sick for some time but is now improv paper for three or six months and then FOR JAILER The best way if ing refuse to pay for it Htnsley is the arc authorized to announce J bCOTT Wli lONof Itock lickaaacamtidate for you dont intend to pay for it is to have forMr WilliamFire Insurance agent tiero Company the Iloyal of HrtckcnrldKe county aubject to the it discontinued at once Jailer the Democratic party Â¬ r r f- - Breckenridge News BRANDENBURG Mr and Mrs Ed Yeakel are in Louis- Â¬ ville Little l ottlso Ilabbsgc has returned to lXSwHX JF Iwartily you ftliouM tnke Dr llcrrei IieoMtit Pel- - Iiqto eaten At a Dtnntr when you Come in and Sec Our Kcntr Mlinnlnting ns well her home iu Cloverott n Villi JE V invigorating eirect or Hippo tiny Mr ahd Mrs Georgo Richardson weie ugnr crated 1cllrU in town lat Saturday rrulJ IneiprrsslMy tired or Vblll Ltwrcncc Lewis admires old young total if rouvo no appetite and ladles who wear illrectorle tlee fntitietit lietulmlivM or tllzilixwi Urother I lagan was greeted its usual a furred or contal touguo It proves that youre biliou In that case you should carry by a latgc attentive congregation in your rextpocket a small acaled vial of these They aro anti - Idllotn granules Pelleta Mn Robt Smith is with her daughter which act in a prompt and natural nay II Nevitt for an indefinite stay without griping Ho licneflrlal and lasting Mrelt is their effect that tho makers enn rUToril A good many protctdanU attended ser- Â¬ to gvamntf that they will glfo you satisvices at tho Catholic church Easter Sun- Â¬ faction or theyll return your money day Theres no case of Catarrh so hopeless Mr Thos Manlon of Louisville spent that Dr SageV Catarrh Itemed v cannot Sunday with tho family of Mr W II cure The makers will pay 000 reward for any luctiralilo case Gough Â¬ Novelty Dress Goods Corsets Gloves Underwear ii IS Wli Mrs Korfhage tieo Emma Wege n FALLS OF ROUGH nleco of Mrs Casperkcs is spending somo time with her Success to the BitECKKNitiDOK News Miss Addie G Ditto is here with rela- Â¬ Hon Gus Hichanlson was in town one tives and old friends who always have a day last week cordial welcome for her sunny self Albert Davison says of all tho flowers What did I tell you about this fickle tho Lilly is the one for him Dig month Easter Sunday finds us by F W Peyton was called to Fordsvillo fires and heavy overcoats in demand Sunday to conduct the burial of II I Mrs J D Itabbage of Cloverport and Ford Miss Addle Ditto of Louisville have Fishing is not very good at this place contributed generously to the M E now as the river has leen very high for church Handkerchiefs Hose Veiling action of of Liverpool are authorized to announce IlvTHK ol MephcmiHirt aa 1 candidate for Jailer of lirtckenndKe county aubject to the action of the Democratic party Wli Tiik democrats have not done all they llrcckenridKe County the Democratic party lirli are authorized to announce J DeJKUMriKaaucandldate or Jailer of aubject to the aition of STLAHT FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY arc aiitlinrlrnl lo annnniicr Judge Mil 1 ON lOAIIDirilardliiliiriui a can II date for re election to the oihee of County At Â¬ torney of HrcckciiridKC County aubject to the action of the Democratic party Wli US to are authorized a candidate for WK AttrrneyorofClotcrport iannounce aub County Itreckenride County ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR SURVEYOR are authorized Â¬ It IAII11M uf Clotcrport for burcejor ot llrickenride county aubjeil to the action of the Democratic pirM rI- - to announce A A should in the year they have been iu power but still the record is one to be proud of They liavo repealed the silver purchase law wiped that menace of lib- Â¬ erty tho election laws from the statute books the pension appropriation lias been reduced 15000000 a year and the House has passed a tarifi reform bill if not as good aa it should be still a long step In the right direction There have been blunders and dcliqucncies but the record is a pretty fair one The repeal of the election laws and the other things to their credit cover a multitude of faults and make tho year a notable one Inter- Â¬ ior Journal Wl I K irc HO MN lit MiliriUlftaHicjiiliilite tor SluritI nl Hrtckciiridu rmint mljict to Hit DcputicR action of tlic JLinoralio jurlv I Wroe of Scott Cart of Union Mar Tho UotcrjHjrt and has II Milkrut llardlnkbur FOR SHERIFF nulltiiricil In iiiiimnme MEADES FAVORITE SON The Primary Waxeth Warm in Dem- Â¬ ocratic Meade and Dick Nevitt IX PAGES Sknator Cultjuitt of Georgia is tleatl SlMiiTs in advortiriini dont pay You liavu to keej knocking away all the time to bring rcHiills Seems to Lead From all appearances tho Democratic primary in Meade county is up to the old time fever heat autl as usual the fight f cenis to be centered on tho race for County Court Clerk It II Nevitt W I Mattingly and J It Willett aro Itev J J Smith of Princeton is here assisting in a protracted meeting at tho M K church South Ilev Felix UobardB of West View was here last week assisting in tho pro Â¬ tracted meeting at the M K chnrch South Kyans Comedy Company played hero They took In two nights last week During the play Friday about 70 night Mr MeSweeny fell on the stago and bruised himself up considerably The company left Monday morning Wo uudersttnd that tho Legislature has repealed the law that compclls school trustees to buy school charts There has been a great deal of complaint through the country about this law and if It has been repealed the people will be pleased over it Notiii I handle all kinds of steel and Iron roofing imitation brick siding and re All kinds of pair all kinds of tinware carpenters work done Call and get prices Jonx M ikwis Hows This We oirer One Hundred Dollars Re- Â¬ ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be Cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney A Co Props Toledo O We tho undersigned have known F J Cheney for tho last 15 year and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially ablo to carry out any obligation made by their firm TniMx Wholesale Druggists West Toledo O Wtinisa Kivnax it Mah h Tin entries in the primary liavc all the candidates been made the riders are up ami jiulling While each aspirant claims the vic- Â¬ for a place next Saturday week tory and seems confident of winning it is evident to a by staudcr that the race The Democratic primary in Daviess is between Nevitt anil Willett with county ia estimated to cost 150 and the Nevitt in tho lead Dick Nevitt Is a great favorite in candidates will pay for it at the rate of -- 5 each Meade and while his opponents are both worthy gentlemen they find it Hkv Kindling preached a flue hennon hard to shako tho confidence that the Ho Democracy and the people at large re last Sunday on tho resurrection preacheH well on any subject and is do- - pose in genial clever big hearted Dick iug good work for this town and com- Mr Nevitt is the present incumbent of the otlice and his record as an efficient munity officer is so clean that tho general im pression seems to be that he deserves an Hov J S Wortham of Leitclifieltl lias announced his candidacy for Con indorsement The people recognize the gress in this district Mr Wortham will fact that it takes one so long to become And it one of tho biggest jobs he ever familiar with tho duties of tho office undertook to defeat Alex Montgomery that when theroaro no other objections it is to their interest as well as a measure of justice to the efficient ollicer to give J kom the perusal of Iiabblers article in another column we glean that she is him at least one indorsement Other things are to Nevitts advantage laboring under at least two mistake that should in justice to all be correct The people say that ho has favored them ed First the gentleman who wanted iu more wnys than making a good clerk ISC11 and again in 18J when the his paper no longer is not the one who In figured as one of the principals in the State Hoard of Initialization had raised tinfortmuitu Cold Spring adair nor is It the assessment of property in Meado even thought in this otlice tiiat the stop county Dick Nevitt was appointed on ping of his paper had any reference tho Committtee by tho County Judge whatever to that trouble His subscrip- to go to Frankfort and make an argument tion had expired some weeks before and before tho ltoard against tho raise In as ho is a good genial whole souled jokey eaclt Instance his familiarity with the fellow wo thotmht we Mould joke him a revenue laws his convincing argument little on his short pointed card refusing his earnest open and honest b aring Hu has always carried conviction to the hearts of the to continue it further been a good personal friend of tho Xiws ISoard and Meado county was saved and its editors and as far as Is known to several ithousaud dollars Tho people us still continues to entertain the same know this and they feel that hoy cankindly feelings towards us Second tho not afford to look with indifference upon Nkws has lost no subscribers or corres Â¬ Ids request to be retained as a public pondents because of tho publication of servant Nevitts popularity is not confined to tho Cold Spring trouble but on the con Meado county As a clerk ho is recog Â¬ trary never before withn tho history of tho paper has its circulation increased so nized everywhere as one of the finest in rapidly as at the prescnttimo and esjiec the State and as a sociable gentleman ially Is this tho case In tho Cold Spring he i loved wherever he is known Ho section ISoono but the highly preju is always the same pleasant fellow when diced narrow minded and silly persons over or wherever met Ono day with ever order a paper stopped because thoy another the beams of his honest face see a little something In Its columns that shine with pleastue upon his friends does not suit them All persons who in Â¬ and ho has no enemies This is tho way that Meado county dulge in such a course bar all good news people talk and Nevitts return to tho papers from their doors and they have tho pleasure of nursing their juejudtces Clerks office Is almost assured ami Ignorance silently and alone while Notice tho world rolls on and tho procession continues to pass by Tho greatest stir Notlco is hereby given to the Demo- Â¬ prise to these persons usually is that tho crats of the Iiewleyvlllc Magisterial Dis tiajwr thoy have ordered stopped comes trict that an election will bo held in tho out promptly on tho next regular date of several voting places of said district April its issue Tim Nkws Is a newspaper and 7th for the purpose of nominating can- Â¬ it publishes all tho iiowb it can obtain didates for Xagistrale and Constable In from tho sections where It circulates tho Ilewloyville District said election when such news has tho scmblatico of shall bo held on the same day of the having truth for a foundation Nothing coining primary and by the officers of that over appears In our columns should said primary after tho following manner over bo taken as tho sentiments of tho to wit Have a small box with hole lu paper unless found in Uio editorial col- Â¬ the top so that the voter may write tho umns Many things are published not name or names of the candidates of his because it pleases us but because it choice upon a small strip of paper and pleases a portion at least of our readers then iiu crt tho same Into the box And Those who are not pleased by any article I hereby authorize tho Chairman of from our worthy correspondents will And Webster and Dig Spring precincts to something in the other columns that will hold said election after tho manner in- Â¬ bo oxactly to their taste Our columns dicated above and report to me a certified aro always ojien to both sides of every statement of said election when tho r local subject that is of Interest to any sult of samo shall have beou ascertained considerable portion of our readers con- Â¬ Ciua II Duunv Chairman Ilowleyvllo District sequently we welcome Uabblers letter Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ vis Wholesale Druggists Toledo Halls Catarrh Cure is taken O inter- Â¬ nally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free GLENDEANE MlssSallio Moorman is convalescent Jas Dean was in Cloverport Saturday Exclusion to Louisville next Saturday It T Ki bertson was in Louiswllo last week Miss Minnie Green is very ill with typhoid fever Dean Sr was in Louisville sev- Â¬ eral days last week Air C L Cornwell has returned to his homo iu Louisville Miss Cella Robertson has been quite ill for several weeks Miss Jukio Owen like Daniel of old has no fear of the Lyon Mr Ferd Owen Is at home from tauis ville somewhat improved In tho spring time Victors fancy often turns to love and Nancy Miss Llliio Owen advises all cigar smokers to try the Durham Victor Robertson and Frank Dean made a flying trip to Owensboro last week We dont see why that younglady Will persist in dying there aro More men than one Jeff Owen went to tho spelling match the other night and missed tho first word Iluzz Ileo Misa Carrie Owen is so anxious to bo in the swim we hope she Will when the Glendeane school closes Krnest Robertsons broad smiles aro seen from afar for tho warm weather hearlds the approach of May AV J Mr George Brown a popular agree Â¬ able young tnun f om Louisville was the guest of Mr and Mrs Win M Ditto several days last week Misses Jennio Wool folk and Annie Richardson and Mary McFa land were In town last Saturday admiring tho spring millinery goods Mr Dick Braughn still lingers He has a penchant for these old hills not to speak of his fondness for our bonnie las Â¬ sies or should it be lassie The candidates all came not at a Tom OShanter spcedin last Saturday evening Wishing no doubt the primary was not shrouded by tho vail of futurity Mrs J D Hardin has been quite sick but she is better at this writing and is able to be up Mr Hardin is enjoying home after his terra at the Capital City Bert Morcmen is at home He is tint- Â¬ ing and preserving picturesltaving learn Â¬ ed tho process in Shawneetown The photo3 are not only preserved indefinite- Â¬ ly but the beauty much enhanced A dress that fits prettily and hangs nicely if made by tho young lady her- Â¬ self Is tjiiito a recommendation these days I saw a fine one last Saturday cut designed and made by my young friend of Diana renown Prices Floating Palace came just a little too soon for some of our people No good Catholic or Episcopalian could pacify bis conscientious scruples enough to engage in amu omenta on Still quite a number Holy Saturday greeted the performers and everything was pleasant The altar of tho Catholic church was simply beautiful last Sunday and much praiso is uuetho ladies of tho church for the taste and skill displayed in tho dec- Â¬ orations Father Herbuths sister did not come but Miss Agnes Mai in was or- Â¬ ganist and the hymns wero well rendered Father gave an earnest fervent ap-Â¬ peal for a better and holier life this com- Â¬ ing year I took a peep in at Mrs Barnetts mil- Â¬ linery room last Saturday and felt fully repaid lata and bonnets are tho crown sheaf of a well dressed woman and cer- Â¬ tainly Mrs Barnett has them pretty dainty and bowitching Somo are small and chic others largo and plumy All will set olT tho beautiful face of a radiantly beautiful girl and if she isnt a queen rose In a rose bud garden of girls those hats will help make her ono Miss Min- Â¬ nie Cosperke and Mrs J L Malin are assisting Mrs Barnett and are an fail in the line FATALLY several days Sam Morgan and Lafe Bcauchamp were the guests of Misses Bello and Jen- Â¬ nio Davisoo Sunday evening Rov A L Osborn delivered quite an interesting address on the ten coinmaud ments Sunday at the M K church M L Doylo has moved his family to Rock Vale Mr Doyle was a good citi- Â¬ zen and wo regret having to give him up B R Storm and wife returned homo lost Monday after a ten days visit at Hawesvillo aming their friends and rel- Â¬ atives There will be preaching at the church Sunday at 11 oclock also Sunday night we hope tho people will turn out and till tho house Miss Emma IIufT relumed to her home in Louisville last Saturday after a three weeks visit at her sisters Mrs Querter man of this place We are having somo real cold weather now Farmers seem to think that the wheat crop will be injured to some ex Â¬ tent by the frcez f ao Bcauchamp can bo seon most any Sat unlay evening going up tho long hill with a can of coal oil Iu his baud and his best girl by his side Rev J S McDaniel is visiting his daughter Mrs Little of Kansas City Kan while his wife is visiting their son CA McDaniel at Lowisport Ky Tho excursion to Sandknob Sunday was a grand success but poor Albert I know it was a hard pull for you though it was only about fifti en miles against a strong current and then you got to bo with Miss Lillian That was worth more than ad the hard work damaged you Our Sunday school was quite Interest- Â¬ ing tho 25th it being Kaster Sunday Mrs L Green presented all of the schol- Â¬ ars with beautiful hand painted Easter eggs Tho little ones went home with happy hearts and smiling faces May our Sabbath school increase in number and grow in faith Tho house occupied by A C Oliver was burned on the ICtli of this month Tho fire was caused by a defective flue The fire spread so rapidly that it was im- Â¬ possible to savo tho house though about all the contents were gotten out without being damaged a great deal Col L Green owner of said house has 100 in- Â¬ surance which will about cover tho loss Thoy had hard work tc keep other valua- Â¬ ble buildings from burning It was very fortunate for Mr Green that the fire stopped where it did for great would have been tho loss if his graineries and stables had burned saHw Childrens Silk and Lace Caps Trimmings Silks and Laces VEST SO WK frn- j- I Chas B 0 T Skillman -- ALL KINDS OF- - MlHlgflWH Money Kaye INSURANCE V Made u By Trading at SHOT TOBINSPORT Henry C Vargason Formerly of There was Easter services at the Stephensport Receives aJDeath church last Sunday Wound at Uniontown Ernest Beavin and Huso ME Gardiner are Carters ils We have dallj dinlngs and that which is sumptions at this place and those who In tho uro invited consider thenisdves swim Ktigene Robertson has gone to Cali- Â¬ fornia where it is Green always Ho would have Ftta before he left had she not been so Frank Gay gladsome Bpring is with us once again and no one hails its appearance with moro delight than Clark Owen whose eye never wearies of gazing on nature robed in Greon Mr JeEBO Howard will shortly manu- Â¬ facture bone meal at this place He thinks It will excel tho Trny in quality as the bones are to be furnished by Jim Owen who has quite a supply New benches for Goshen church are needed badly Miss Edna Robertson bos striven earnestly to raise tho requited amount and those interested should come forward and aid her In a food cause Thero was a birthday party tendered Miss Kva Heston ono evening last week Times aro better with each bar of toi Â¬ by her kind hostess Mrs W D Owen let soap you get a scent Sulxsra Â¬ Tue fragrant sweet William was the prevailing decoration A large American Lyon was crouching In a prominent placo and an Easter Lilly was the center of attraction The Owensboro Messenger yesterday gave the following account of the shoot Â¬ ing of n former Breckenridgo county Alargo concourse of people attended boy Henry C Vargason a coopor the funeral of Francis Polk Monday who formerly lived here was shot and Press Polk was down from Bear creek probably fatally wounded at Uniontown Saturday night by a showman named Sunday to attend tho funeral of his brother Cook Cook had a showboat which was An effort Is being made to raise money moored at the landing In front of Union to repair tho old school house in the uptown Vargason in company with a per gravo yard man named Liudsey went to tho boat Georgo Ryan is improving the looks of Saturday night after the show was over his residence by putting up a now yard and wero refused admittance The fenco Ho says some woman will havo showman Is said to have used extremely to say yes or no before long vile languago towards them This an- Â¬ No doubt many of your correspond gered Vargason an J Lindsoy who ants will be telling you in this weeks stepped ashore and cut tho rope which issue what the cold snap lias dono in held the boat to her moorings One of their respective localities and I guess I them fired a pistol at tho boat as it began havo a right to say a word or two about to move down the river Jack Frost too He has took and that Cook then came to the door armed without asking for all our young clover with a double barVel shotgun and fired at sowed this spring all our fruit that has the men who were not more than thirty poked its head from its wintry bed all feet away A full charge of No 4 shot tho oat that was up has blackened the struck Vargason In tho breast A buck- Â¬ wheat and probably Injured It one half shot which was in tho charge went clear or may be more and it is thought that through his body Though mortally tho Polk boys havo lost all their last wounded Vargason was still alive when falls budding of peach trees besides last heard from Cook and Liudsey many other things too numerous to men- Â¬ wero both arrested and are held await- Â¬ tion hero Its bad to see our bright ing tho result of Vargasona injuries prospects wither in an hour It is said that the difficulty camo up over a woman connected with the show Vargason was raised iu Breckenridgo county but resided in Owensboro for a number of years Ho is a half brother SOLICITING FOR of Messrs Georgo and Charles Vargason Protective and Mrs Henry Tayorot this city The latter two and Mr Taylor went to AND Uniontown yesterday to visit him going to school this summer Mr Royal who has been visiting his family here returned homo Sunday Cash As they are the Cheapest Cash Men on earth 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 Pirsh day of Maroh to commence a 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 get your 20 lbs of Granulated Sugar for 1100 Hoosier Cottons 5c Qood Now Shoes for 90c and 8100 Ginghams at Gc And every thing in tho store at Rock Bottom prices i H Wo mean business we are here to stay a while any- Â¬ how and if we dont make any thing as some of our good merohants say we wont it is our faultnpt yours And once more we will ask you to come in and settle your accounts at onoe as we want to square our books and must have the money in our A business CALL AND SEE US Agents Wanted Lovings Respectfully KY Kaye D Carter HARDINSBURG Collection Agency TO THE BIGHT H WILSON AND SALOON JACK FOR SALE Two years old will t three Jnue 15 18 Black with all the points 14 bands high very stylUh sad biKhlr bred Vot further Informs or particulars call pa or nddnts WIIMAM RKARD lUrdlnsoorf Ky THIS IS NO HUMBUG BIG PAY Hotel Feed Stable 19 Many Persons ww Browns IroB Waters rebuild Art bvolen down from omwork or hosMfcoU Wle tn Cm ot th iratem kid dictation renstM ex and cure malaria OM tin aulB Headquarters BOWLINS iREEN Bawleyyille Ky gSBHTHfMW 6H 1V rirtr ivtjiiti PI infire An MS BRSOKENRIDQE NWS IsfilVft ft M I st J sMsstAsJ WisUHssifcik OLOVEiRPORD KY tnrtiWiiii m a IIEIW GREGORY WHARMA3TRS CL0VERP0RT KENTUCKY Hi s And nt lasii root sno will Hot bo there la truth she was not there and as 1 re tented myrelf in my dinlr I wan inclined half in jtMt to ask myself whether such EKRON Xeaftti Oiit to 111 city Tuesday John 11 Wimp visited hN brother James Wimp last week Dr Wlllett is occupying his new oiltco on Main street oppoMto the depot A It Murrfo llig spring wns in town Wednesday euroute to IOiiisville Mrs K W Itlchnnlson visited her mother Mrs Dave Iluiry at Irvington last week Mr nnd Mm Thomas ltoborts left last Tuesday for nn extended visit to relatives in Lima Ohio J D Babbage of tho Biikckksriwik Niws wns in town for a short while Saturday March 17th Joe Carter nnd Jim lloudurant of llraiulenbur visited Cicno and It One lry Saturday nnd Sunday It is whispered about that n certain lady in our town will wear a broken bracelet after the llrst of August Richardson it Hobetts shipped two hundred boxes of cvapornti d fruit to Ilerndon Carter Louisville last week of luynesvllle Mr Thotnns Brown camo over Tuesday nnd boarded the down train for Stephensport to visit rel- Â¬ atives Pith Richardson who lias been Soulh with Captain Guedry learning how to handdle big things returned homo last week Captain Guedry i expected home nt any time lie lias closed out hii busi ness down South and reports n very suc Â¬ cessful trip Mr Clint Crutcher nnd sister Miss Lulu of Garrett attended a select party at Miss Mamie Doughertys last Wednes Â¬ day nrght Mr WJ Skacklett returned homo last week from Lexington whero ho lias been altending school to rest for several days from his studies 1 X Awarded Highest ilonors Worlds Fair llllMHLE JLip KY CO Dealers in a creature as Slnflre ever really ixitt Pi n Corrnlljf weeklr by Iumphrrr A tnnftr Im dure Comuilisloti Mcrrhlliln lift Second 5trct Miln and Market otiltvlllc Ky LOUISVILLE March 37 1SJ4 American Story Full of the Romance c 1 1 and Mystery ot trie WEIRD FASCINATING tast Irf Jfftf Mnil loti sec w CREAM Shippers should murk all paekfcjci vlalnly with shippers name and pent ufflce address I1UTTKR Choice counlrr Medium Common Creamery Fresh 1 1 Alio IVhitcMte and ltetlt Yellow Pine Flooring and Celling Laths Cement Lime Jj 15 Sliinrjles Â¬ BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD A K1S 11KANS 12 8 21 D Hair Doors Sash and Brick Blinds Q and all kinds of Building Material Sole A Rents for A STRANGE STORY OF LOVE AND hATE TOLD IN A NOVEL MANNER VIVID IN THE PICTURING OF EXCITING SITUATIONS I 75 to I RJ Michigan hand picked 1 00 mllai a Nnvy to 1 SA I 00 tit 1 20 Common nnd colored Oil or AIPLK l AND lHACIIKs Illltii Apples choice liright quarters to 4 Appto avcrago to 5 Homostead Fertilize Bono Meal and Troy 5i Teaches new Peaches old FKATUE11S Prime white goose Mixod Old No I duck plrs1d 4 to 5 15 25 15 Orders airomrunlcil wlih the cash promptly filled - f wk tt k t f thnt the tltc In decent clr cumttunctit I might doubt it but for ono littlo thing tlmt sho said nt parting just tho moment beforo she disappeared Sho rniil No I will not write it down Let mo tako that ono thing nway with THE HEADER FEELS THAT HE IS MORE THAN A SPECTATOR OF me untouched And now for Sapraul my queen of THE EVENTS AND TAKES A PERSONAL INTEREST cobras Faithful nro tho wounds of n IN THE UNFOLDING OF THE PLOT friend Ah Saprani I wns foolish to wander from you There is n virtuo in your cold sharp kiss tiat makes nil other caresses tame A Masterly Tale By Americas Leading Author Julian Hawthorn THEXm Next w ek Oveiiiaxi with Kit Car sov a short srial will begin in this her Then for titinte tor some montns paper It is an interesting story foundThis littli lilank book now no Ituigc knew there was ed on facts in the history of tho life of sho did not write blank which t liulcd up In tin illoiiio mischief on foot and when at last her Kit Carson the gscat frontier scout uiimt mill ri KDlveil to mala u journal of letter camo I said nothing to any one Iius but ti fiv imjjes left nnil when It is but left homo that night and was with TIih 1anilnii Ior Intuit finished I rtliull not UkIii anotliur So her tho next day Some years ago it was tho ambition of does the Civator of men pick tip tho Sho was nlouo shusband and lover white liuf of thiir iiontnt souls mid both had abandoned her She told me ever house wifo who gavo the least heed trace black murks ii on it imd then fling what her lifo had been Thero wero two to tho atstheticsof her household to havo it usiilu But who roads tlitin Angels chapters in it first she had been sold for n chandelier But it is so no more As perhaps anil sigh at what they read money then she had been betrayed for to tho electric light she wants none of nnil devils read them and tear them to love Sho told mo all It will never ke it excepting its identity be most care pieces mid laugh Hut no soul inter told again God knows it and that is fully court tiled When sho must use prets its fellow soul it cannot even inenough for ho only can understand and gas the pipes are made to creep up inside terpret itself it knows that it is no longer forgive and punish comforted her ns n dummy lamp or some contrivance by which the gas in niado to appear what it White mid that U all much as a broken heart can bo comSinlire lir9 been with me and now 1 forted and another thing that gave her is not Not only has it conio to pass mu alone ngpm Sly library is cool and happiness was that she was ill and knew that good form in household belongings quiet and the lamplight shines upon the she would not recover We wero sisters requires that artificial light shall Ik or backs of the books upon tho shelves and together again and we used to laugh appears to be u lamp or candle but It is yonder the door opens into the labora- and chat sometimes as we did when we also required that they bo provided with n fancy shade of somo sort tory which is dark and in there rooms Wero children When there Is no hopo In fact fo important a place does tho my days and years have been spent but peace comes again At other times she lampshade now occupy in the economy not my life that has been lived else- told mo nlxint her love Oh my sister of things that the latest design is almost where Is it Immortal It may be so my darling sister but what is immortality to me Will it She hid her face upon tho cushion of ns much discusMd us tho last thing in givo mo Siulirc tho couch where that dead body had fashionable frocks Not only this but AH the obstacles that separated us Iain a week before and wept like a these dainty and elnborato articles aro imported in special fornn which no ono Ono summer storm liavo disappeared I saiil to her ufter unother they are gone If there ij Her tears ceased as abruptly as they is permitted to eoiy Fashion ij nlso any other tiling to keep us apart it must had come nnd sho sat erect again com- exacting as to tho materials used Cheap bo in you and uowhero else Von know posed and stern and spoko rapidly and lace nnd ribbon spoil tho effect of the why 1 took th it sin upon myself Do coldly best design nnd silk when it is not of yon forgive it At the end li gave mo the ring and the best looks abominably when tho lamp What sin she asked asked me if I ever met him to return it is lighted Papershndesnro not nsmuch Perjury It was tho vogue ns they wero a year ago al- Â¬ to him nnd give im a message Oh that thero was no reproach though they uro still used Now York a loving mir Did you wish to dio under o fabo acin it I took the ring and promised Telegram cusation said I And I tnndo a promise to myself also An Uiiliirly ICInp sho which I did not tell her of Afterward How do you know it was false Tho king of the Belgians said to a returned I learned from my father that this Hen friend of mino who asked him to stand At any rato I know it ry Mainwaring was a relative of ours 1 sho said may but perhaps ho had not recognized my godfather to an infant son I should Perhaps then havo wished to savo tho one who was sister as his cousin under her married feel delighted did I not feel in u vein of tbally guilty Why should I bo greatly name I did not tell my father that ill luck and unlucky peoplo should be He said to another person avoided care to live Tho man who had given Henry was the man for I meant to pun Tho world has no idea what nn evil inmy life its object was gono What had ish him myself and in my own way fluence tracks me His sister Charlotto I to wait for You know tho rest how much I suc is a lunatic ho lost his sou ho adopted I ex Then you loved him still ceeded and how much I failed his nephew and ho died also Tho claimed Sho rose to her feet nt this point and Princess Clementine his daughter has Loved Sho gave me a strange look I thought sho was going to I rose also him stil I never loved him From the leave me but instead she enmo a step never got over tho horror of seeing her governess perish in tho fire nt Laeken time I first heard his nnino I hated him nearer and laid one hand upon my shoulSurely you did lovo him once only der Tho expression of her face was sad palaco which destroyed the building and numerous family relics and too well It was you that made me hesitate treasures of all kinds Tho pajicrs of tragedy Havo you thought so ill of mo as until it was too lato said sho Meyerling was perhaps tho greatest blow that she replied smiling n moment I How of all Ouo perished in it nnd 1 might havo expected it of the judge Only becauso yon wero his brother tho other camo out of it n black sheep and jury but I supposed your eyes wero It was said so quietly ond sadly that a nt the court of Austria Tho Congo keener If I were a man I would believe moment passed before 1 comprehended in n miracle sootier than in the dishonor tho siguilicanco of that admission It stato is not what the king had luijicd it of tho woman I loved No you aro wns no delusion she had loved mo But was going to turn out and has impover ished him The burning of his papers in wrong I never saw Henry Miiinwuriijg thero was no invitation no consent in tho Laeken firo has thrown hisrpJr in I mot him hero till her eyes Her hand which had seemed It would now seem as Then why was ho your cnemj I de to hold mo kept me back It wns liko to disorder though the crown wero to go down in tho manded in astonishment balancing on tho partition lictween life hurly burly of socinli6t revolution nnd After p pause sho said I will tell yon and death Belgium to bo agaiu tho cock pit of a littlo story which will perhaps help Let mo know what it ia to be Sin Franco and Germany Paris Cor Lon yon to understand it A good many firo I said I fathom yon less than years ago n gentleman who had u wifo ever Aro you nngry that 1 misjudged don Truth and a littlo daughter saw another wom My soul know what my reason you an who was young and wonderfully questioned Yon could not be yourself An beautiful A man may lovo as many nnd not bo pure Wns it myierjury ns he pleases but ho can bring that offended you women In what other way honor to only one at most To all tho could I have kept you And the sin ia Found Curo in Hoods After rest his lovo means disgrace Othor Modiclnos Failod mino This other woman returned his love What do you call it to keep me knowing no harm and pho lielonged to Would you rather I died loving yon or After tho Crip Musculnr Rhouma tlsm a people who have no social rights and despised you and lived who understand lovo nnd hate and joy Do you despise me Despiso you Oh what shall 1 say to ind grief but not the niceties of tbo law Alter a time they too had u littlo you she cried out in n voice of minBut after n year or two tho gled menaco and auguish daughter Why dont mother learned that though sho was a you speak Why do you hide yourself mother she was not a wife And she from me Was thero no other way to By and clear mo than by staining me Could died but sent tho child to him by tho mans wifo died also nnd he wns yon havo told no other story of that night fetes KSt left with his two daughters Ho educated Oh Frank Frank It wns then that you them both but ho gavo tho elder prece- Â¬ lost mo not when you crept upon him dence over tho younger who knowing in tho wood nnd shot him through the neither whence sho camo noi that her heart I believed then that you wero nn companion was her sister accopted her avenger but in the witness box you reposition Willi ogly ami joyfully as was vealed yourself ns a murderer liven if hernaluro you had beon silent and lot them hang 8o tlioy grow nr toeother and loved mo I would havo rejoiced in you for each other well But uiiu morning luo lovo Hvos by sacrifice As you had saved tlret took tho younger to her room and mo from tho guilt of blood I would havo throvr her arms nrouml her neck nnd saved you from its consequence Or if kissed her and then sho showed her you had taken my hand over his body nnd Eomo papers sho had found which reÂ¬ said I havo done this for you 1 would You nro my sisvealed all tho scgrct havo come to you forever and gono with Kev G W Claphanx ter eho said my darling sister and you to tho end of tho worldl Bat you Tho follow Ins come voluntarily from a highly any ono may say or do you did not trust mo and tho lie you told whatever cstermcil clergyman ct tao M V cliurcli pastor aro my equal nnd whatever I have is was a shameful nnd tiiuorov lie ot thQ Cliurcli Creek circuit In Dorchester yours No ouo shall bo uujust to you j So yon wero in tho wooiaud saw mo County Mitotan li whilo I live and whoover is your enemy kill him said I C I HoodCo Lowell Ilassi is mine too You shall havo no shamo I feel It n duty to Iio public to send this ccr Yes I saw it I will not sharo and I will accept that I wish you had told mo before I re- Â¬ tlflcate I saw li n rttllvlclplita paper a letter Is not given to you os joined no hpnor that IBut It ia no matter now I sco from a mail who had suffered Irom welll After that do you need to bo told I that I have niado a mistake You nro Muscular Rheumatism that I loved my slstfbotter than over right to go By the way tho estato deÂ¬ and had been restored by tlio use of Hoods Bar better than myself scended to mo in tail but on my decease eaparllla I bad tho cl In the whiter of jil Of course I had ircrcelved from tho without issue it falls to tho next of kin and 03 so severely that It deprived mo ot tho first that tho story sho was tolling was i which is yourself Johns jiersouality is lino of my arms so that my wife had to dress and uudrcssmo and when away from homo I had hor own story Nevertheless the ias- - already yours by his will As for Henry to sleep la my clothes I tried five doctors and ulonato emnhasis sho gavo to tho last ho had not much besides his lifo and that eentonco startled mo Up to that time aa you say I took from him on your ac- Â¬ not ono accomplished anything Then I saw tho letter alludej to and determined to try sho had spoken with u curious imngina count chiefly That is nil I think except sho wero following in j my mother Sho will not Inst long Will tivo languor as if runcr tho thread of a complication in j ii seo mat stio dies lit tttciui Qrcum- which sho felt no vital concern but this I tancea It would not bo too exacting a demeanor vanished in a moment Sho recompense for having taken from her srtt erect and throw her very lifo into ho her three sons and tho estato of Cedar words And then too a foretrllmpeo of cliff what was to come flaslied upon me andd She looked at me n long time I do I felt rather than saw the tatai error i not know what sho sought or what sho found Out all passion and suffering Hoods Hcforo I had taken one bottlo I had had made Tbeso rrs At last soma one came to court her had burned themselves out in me I tbo use of my arms thank dodpersons here elderly and reserved man but Ltood there wishing that she would go facts and can bo verllled by many an M Cotsten Ctwrch Crck supplied mo with wealthy and she obeyed her father ami and Icavo me In peace I know that sho J Hoods I am pastor o thoM U church here Ulin unnlil tiiivn tukll llta had never been more beautiful but her liu1 lln M Clmmiam Cliurcli Creek Marykuul 4 timifftjl I IHIIB 11 I v beauty could not impress or interest me CY n If you ileclJo to tike Hoods Banana 10 live wiui iiwj tfr i p uui N IJeffitflMtr hadUHH o reaUw I Jooked upOH it as unemotionally aa an rllte da not bo Induced to buy any oilier histwl home that to wtw mine toe1 nod to value ma animal wight have dope Indeed she Hoods Pills cure liver Ills constipation letters Her hus- waa phantomlike to me at tlu last 1 BHe wrote nw slek dmiImIm lBdletUoa kopt lilm muck away from thought If I pinch myself or etamn nay UHwmums Jaundice band Full of Virility and Dramatic Powor Stiring and Effbctivo and Exciting Charming UNION STAR day Mrs Koberts nnd daughter of Sample were guests of Mrs Geo Cox Wednes Â¬ ft 31 BANK OP o SU 25 1 5 20 It HIUES food Drjr Salt good Dry Hint good Sheep skins POULTRY flrecn HAEDDTSBTJUG Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 7 600 F BKAHD President WILL MILLER Vice President D M Mrs M J Crosson and Miss Melissa Cnsliman nro visiting Mrs Win Hawkins nt Kites Bun Q 50 liens per lb Spring Chickens rurlcjrs ROOTS Hoo lers per lb il jj 7 Â¬ Â¬ 1 GARFIELD Miss Kiiiina ltell is in our town to day Â¬ Â¬ 1 shopping Mr Win Maey went to Klizabethtown nn business lat we k Clarence Board had a very fine colt seriously injured by tho train last week Bro lire ding will 111 Ids regular ap Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pointment at Kphcsus Sunday at lliree oclock Dout think Garfields on the back Ll ouud at all she It ii just been without a coin spiudent for somo time We nri gad 1 say our sick nr all about well now Glad to sec Mr Sim Â¬ mons lit in the Hiimhiii iuiiii Our citz ns have befii gn ally excited over the whiskey question for tin- past few weeks But we hope now it is 1 - Â¬ ue Mr llobt Weathenford has eiiteied the graded school nt Kpliisus and is no long r seen standing on the cor ur nt Garfield Mr J B Cox t pnpr liniiL r of llurdinsburg came out on the moniing M train last TiumIhv to piper Mr 1 Â¬ Â¬ Boards houu Mim Su ie KIcliMnlson wns at tho din ing given by Mitses Xnnnio and Katie Board last Wednesday in honor of their Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ son-in-la- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Esteemed Pastor isst Â¬ HOODS Sarsaparilla CURES a air ny Â¬ guest Ijilitia Frymire Mr Forest llaynes ono of Uamcds College boys has o used protracting his Irlm wtooiirr ClllCMONT jilJUlCAI visits to Garfield Wonder if his studies have completely monopolized ids time Mr James Holder ri turned to his home nt Ski Imau last Monday It has been said he was seen going down the pike looking ns thoimli hu bad h fia very particular friend behind STEPHENSPORT Misses Nan tlio and Kntlo Board attend- Â¬ ed the protiacted meeting at Hardins Too cold for many items this week burg lust Saturday and Sunday Miss J 1 Babbago was in town last week Lntitin Frymire and Mr James Holder Spring gardens need n small fire just of Pnte ville accompanied thorn hi me now in the after noon Kaster bonnets looked rather frost Â¬ Mr M P Payne took his exit from bitten Sunday tlio widow Boards hist Wednesday night Clarence Dais of Cloveipoil was in Ho declares ho had about 11 oclock town Satuiday tbico such chnrming lasses lo chat Frank J Fciry of tlio Texas spent him that tho hours Hew by beforo ho lust week in town knew it GiorgoDriskell was in town Sunday but not to seo bis ma LODIBURG C P Hartford held services in tlio A cold Kabter M K church Sunday Mr Walker Board of Holt is visiting Mis Will Allen of 11 iwrpoit was in the Valley this week tbogueit of Mr ami Mrj C C Lewis Mr ThurmAti Smith of Hardinsburf Satuiday has moved to our town Mr mid Via Sun Dix mil family of T B lknilt rson candidate for Chik Roberts Bottom i piit Saturday and wns in town last Saturday Sunday with Mr mid Mrs L It Adkis liobert WeathoiforJ 1 lamed Station on wns in town last Miturdny Bom to tho wife of operator 0 C Laikln Gibson Cioverport was the Lewis Tin sday March JO a orb boy the gin st of Miss Bobbie Hardin last Sunfather afUra hw days illness is now day con valt scent J K Keys Irviniiton was visiting his Our streets were sqiilimhig with tlio father Mr A J Keys of this place utiqii stlnnnble ehamctf ii V candidal s hiht week Fiiday with their hitiid shnkcs and how There was quite a crowd at Jarntts is your w ife and b iby to fcboolhouso last Sat in day night services How Much Rain Will Fall by I lev Quiiii lias Tlio Weekly Courier Journal Hi V Quinn of Louisville filled bis regular appointment nt Widnut Grove struck n popular not iu its wetitht r guessing coutci ts A wonderful amount liif t Suturdny and Sunday Misses Georgia and Murny Basham of of intercut was taken iu its ofiVr of SI 000 Sinking Creek w re visiting tin irhht r for tlio closest guesses to the coldest day Mrs Ijiuni Hardin laht Sunday and and tempoitituro during February at Louisville mid much valuable informa Â¬ Monday Gibson nnd Miss Ida pavno were tion whs gathered by subseiiberi on tbo Nels united in the holy bonds of matrimony subj ct This contest lias just been de this morning Itev Quinn of Louisville elded thero being twenty eight lucky guessers Tho weekly Com iir Journal officiating Mrp Nannie Uobbins of Garfield who now makes another olhr on the simu 0 has been Mting friends and relatives line For tlio closei t gii wes to the in this in ighborliood for sometime ic amount of rain tint wi fall ut Imls 1 ville during the mouth uf May the turned homo last Saturday Wo did not know that painting nnd Wei kly Courier Journal will giv SlOO1 fiiFcinutors were tlio Mylo until Iflst Sat Â¬ This money will b divided into uiiu urday niiilit at Jurretts schoolhousi teen pii sents ouo of 500 two of 100 Girls you am all b lilnd the times each Uo of f0 each four of iJS each paint and ware your fascinators Kuch guess must Mr Nick Norton nnd Warren Mnssey and ten ol 10 each of Garfield Mr liobert Weatherford of be accompanied by SI to pay for ono llariitd Station Nels Gibson Sample ycarn subtcription to tho Weekly nnd Iirkln Gibson Cloverpoit nil at Â¬ Journal the best Democratic paper tended services at Walnut Grove last published- The rain fall is scientifically Sunday Thu best thing wo have had the pleas Â¬ measured to tho hundredth patt of nu The heaviest raiu inch ure of seeing since wo wero at Harnums during the past twenty yearsfull in May was seviu circus was Bill Otto riding that little forty six hundredths mule envel Â¬ Inches and lightest wns one inch of nn iven oped iu n perfect net work of bridle inch The made by tho reiur crupper surcingle martlngals etc The measurements nro tho Weather UnGovernment uillchiht of Ho would drive his spura into the Bidet Sample copies of of the mule raise him about thren fct real t at IiouiwlIU pfTof the ground set lilin down ami Ml tho papir with full particulars of the Come euaiu ruidef t will be sent free to any addr- sf him to go and ho went Writo at mice as tinder no circumstan Bill ces will any guesses be received after April 80th Address Weekly Courier Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Journal touhtville Ky Worlds POr ltbMt Mdtal a4 Mpton - Mr Iluboit Brutier spent Saturday and Sunday at Preston thu guest of Miss Blanche Frjmire Itev Wlnfry filled Ilev Hartfords ap pointment In re Sunday and preached to the uual fongiegatioii Mrs I S lticliardson spent Tin sday nnil Wednesday in Stephensport the guest of Mrs J T Hanks MhsSart K Kehardson left Thursday for Ilarlinslmr where eio will visit her sister Mrs IV try Beard Mr Jas Skillman of Clov rport re Â¬ turned homo Tuesday after a visit nt Mr and Mrs C M McGlothlans Bonnie youngest child of Mr nnd Mrs Sam Ciishman was seiiously burned last Sunday by falling on a slove Dr ami Mrs Win L Milner have re turned from Louisville where they have been visiting rehities and fi lends Mr Jnmt s T Milner Mi s Sarah Ilieh nrdson Mr V I Ilrashear mil Miss Kstlier llaynes attended Quarterly meet ing nUielhsPinaiu cliurcli at Chi intuit Sunday Tho unity fiiciiilsnf Mrs K los will be grieved to It nr of Ii r seiiius illness in Sirmiui iito fill wheiv she had gone to join her husband who is continuing his cviiiur listie woik thioughoiit that portion of liie State Mr James Norton wai found d a in the birn of Frank M Ilishiiii Tui day eviiiim March 20th ab mt 00 oclock Mr Nuriiui was in Tniou Star rliatting merrilx with his frit ud until about 1J ocLck w lien In-- lift tolng to the distillery at ltfhains Tin re with several nth rn In imbibed iiithi r fuvly until supp r when Mr llasiam inxilcl him to join I im He prcftired to re Â¬ main in tlio bun and when his compan Â¬ ions ret urned about half nil hiur hit r they found life ixtinet Mr Basham hastily dWpntcliid a niiHiiigirfirSiiiiro It 11 Cox and Dr Win I Milnei who made a thorough exaiiiiiiiition and wltn tin jury Missr i Kinnirt Ia th fail At M ltirhnnl ilishnin B Severs and Richard A vitt rendered al verdict Heath fiom heart trouble Mr Aoitou bnvts a wife and Jaro family who have the heaitfelt sympathy of the community The n mains were amoved to his homo and tho interment took plaeo tliu following day in a cemetery on bis farm Â¬ 1 12J 3 2 fa I 50 7 fct 0 Qt 7 8 per lb Young Ducks per lb Icese full fealbcrd II DKA1U 1 Cashier Dire tor J QW UEAHD MOHUIt- - KSKHIDOK R M JOLLY linseng Ky and Indiana Yellow Hoot QAMK 2 25 10 75 15 25 5 2 50 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS ltnUlt Squirrels J 1 D BRASHEAR J Quill 50 WOOL Tub washed 25B28 Urease fine lrt 17 Ireise coarse 14 12 Mcilno 14 12 Hurry and Cits 5 10 MISCKLLANKOUS Tnllow Ilreswnx lOil Sorghum Molasses 30 dJ 35 HAY OKA IN FEKD We quote prlcei to day on Louisville oil TOBACCO BUYER Long Brick House CLOVJi RPORT KY Desires to sco nil tho tobacco fanners of this and surrounding country wharf OATS No 2 eats 32 Strictly choice Choice No 2 lood Medium flood Bright Straw BAY 10 50 ft 3rt 13 fO 12 11 00 5 51 II HO 10 00 4 75 J James M Lewis Contractor Builder V3ljtiiiiiiliS GLOVERPORT KY n nils ul on I CORN Chidce while Choice shellod lixnl to ipilioiti llclit shipping llet llutchrr extra fhlppliij- - cattii 40 4 t CO ISS 19 37 1 3 50 i 40 di fi Medium to gmul huluhers 1101 Cbolre pucklng and Imtchers 3 00 0V 3 2 25 Ct 5 4i 3 2J Oh 5 2 B 50 Ot 6 T I 75 fa 3 5 2 I Fulrii Hiiiifh iiol ht and under SIIIIKP linn I to pxtru shipping I OH lt- - hmli nnil pig In guild tulr 7i fa Ml a1 S2 JO I Hi ml In exti J IA prlng Tto rtr M Hi 4 Ml 511 fa fa 7 II sf J w 3 OIHTMEMWJ 3 withct IntcroU vfsy SWAYHES QT 9 crrnctues i fu nnsM is j5Vii hsinJ tUtr whilelsVVlnr V inAbtillh kin Vn i11ti rtfnfttPtisr purt if mH I it Wn AMr I All j wt arviui m t HTMI AttoKrbUsVKIibist WtE kmsjditt tLr e mrttatit 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T TAtl Ycu Inconvenience Simple can get J No AS33LSIZL7 sure rSSS canttiyl IWiu twn M from any inlurioui tubitance a LAS3Z ABi3urni We GUARANTEE a CURE er re lund taur money Ixiltle Send 4c lor treadle rrv FAT PEOPLE EctD CO iro riMESCHJffiDITLE 22 630 M pr Pall 6 45 7 I Umss R R Co ocIcirradiyrDK SI Mi A I 17183 A I Uustuu Mius Kxirs I Mall MAIIDNs lvri IU1I 12 Mlil 51 pr Dally iil 1Vmi SI 111 Otl 7 HU 7 47 Fertilisers needing Fertilizers should call H 7 8 S H 7M SUI 8 IJ Hill J17 VJI v llWin pltr ii ii 8il 8 au 831 8 45 U y 17 Hi Itiinl Ilowarit litirn ltMir llrinih trimliiiburK liktnn It in k Kt tilmk M UUlK 11 11 11 211 Ol 17 i 8 l lim 6 IV 715 7 7 11 3tl II X U 111 1117 6M II 707 IS Farmers H6J iu uiw ii lull iuy iuu- llll yl - j 4 lrxinton ilii tcr IOllilMltK litikiiiii hU 1UWI lull 10 till tl y 14 9 17 2S Stii0iHnpnrt Ailtlisnn Unit CioM rpiut hhnpa Skillman Suilu 1iiire Kl 614 IUA lull IU 111 lull till 5 57 fi 5 aM IllJiU 1151 on J J FEIEL at 131 H4I DM mi 1111 WVJ Hi Ul f21 5 21 5IM 4 51 UJ 4 4 40 IM5 Mays Cooper Shop west end Iron bridge has iust received a car load from The Cleveland Dryer Co Cleveland O Prices made satisfactory and delivered at various points in lliiri 1H7 It U 1018 111 lll 1UI 12 12 I llUi II JI lliucnilli 1i lrk laliun Cojcc LewUporl Ull HW 8- WHS IU 48 lut5 J IU II 4 J 1158un imii llll IU 11 II 12X1 1238 12 42 12511 12 57 11W 1125 11 Hill 11 i 51pm 121UUH 114 13Uiin arIIciulcrsn Stanley WorlhlnKton Itcads Spoltsvlllc flaskctls Owcnhlinrn MiUtlnLly Irillith Ilmirs Talcs 8s 810 - 4M 3 47 51 45 41 8 15 KK 7M 7M 7 41 7 35 420 418 4KI 341 337 3 81 7J7 Iv 7lfinn 71H 321 316 310 2 Mpm LouisviMeHadfnsburgVestern NO II TAKING fktlloiinil Irains I KFFl XT JULY I I 3 TIMt TABLt 2ft liuit lluiiml Trains Urn Â¬ eSun Xo5 Dally Â¬ DiiiTy Daily cuSiin STATIONS I Sun ex Sun I Vn 1 I No 2 No f UOUiiii lv InliiKtiin At 030am OurticW 8 70 1140 8 HO Hiirncil llrVimi Daily 1212 12 48 the county ll 118 125 145 2 20 2 32 2 41 2 ft IlanlliuliurK Kirk Jolly aieiulcine Dt 7 40 710 ar lalliauihl llockvalc Asklni Kulh innur 7l 6 40 611 r till 6 5 37 5 irt For Sale Mill 3Vlpm ArKnrilsviMr laks 618 1 CO 4 4Sn THE LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS AIR LIKE L U It h KJrST 35 Horse power Saw SHORTEST QUICKEST AND BEST LINK TO full attach St Louis Time Cird in Â¬ AND ALLPOINT8 Evansville July 31 1 ments yoke work cattle span horses Log wagons chains ensilage cutter etc Apply to A West and South West It Loutsviuo ArrSt Louts KTsniTlllo 720 m lOiOOpm 120 For further laforiosllon call on or address 805 amSi25 lh 1892 pm4JJ 845 a iu St 1 pm RA j CAMPBELL lenl Pass 1 A oils A Mo B CAMPBELL P V City Tlekel Ofice 81 lnulsTille Ky S Cr Inqiai ThlrJ Ky Jlslo Courier-- Heron Cottage Cioverport Ky VyV P Hoppek Ileyser Ilouse Cioverport Ky M PVV Z4sT4 H 4s iTBssSmsssSl bsT isssH Bqfy f f TsssT - Â¬ jr wi W Mitfli HIMMMMM MIM 4 THE BREQKBNRIDGR NEWB OLOYRPORT KY SAMPLE For Colds Democratic Primary Ballot Saturday April 7th County Judge KIJJAII BOARD JOILV IMM Ml i H 1894- - Jailer K Sheriff j Coughs roup liiiluciiu unu Uronohitiy uso DYKR FK RHODES AVERS CHERRY PECTORAL the best of nil nnotlyne JOHN W JARRETT V G BABBAGE J J SCOTT MORTON S DeJERNETTE L JORDAN J A MURRAY JADE Assessor II 0 GARNER PETER LYONS Sure to Cure We are glad to learn that tho Secretary of State has voluntarily relinquished tho monthly pension of 30 to which ho was untitled under n strict interpretation of the law but which ho did not need This highly creditable act of Judge expectorants Prompt to net County Clerk J- - bkklkk hksdkhson t ii Q Q M County Attorney GUS BROWN MILTON BOARD Surveyor aa uukist Gkesiiui has been performed unosten Â¬ I CASHMAN FRANK A BEAVIN Coroner WILLIAM EMBRY R C RICHARDSON D Breckenridge News 2S 189 D Â¬ Z tatiously and without tho slightest at Â¬ tempt to advertise it When questioned I on the subject the Secretary replied have made up my mind that tho public Wo is not interested in tho matter think ho is mistaken about that The public is very much interested and In order that the example thus a Horded to o pensioners may bo ef other fective it is proper that thepraisewortl y conduct of the Secretary of State should NY bo widely known and admired Sun well-to-dÂ¬ WEDNESDAY MARCH THE PRIMARY Rules Governing the Recording of Voles with Further Instructions from the Chairman Should Bi Read Carefully by the Officers and all Democratic Voters sheriff of tho poll who shall deposit tho GRESHAMS PENSION same to mo on or before Thursday April 12th at my office in Clovcrport Ky Eleventh The sherllTof the election will see that the voting room ballot box Â¬ The Secretary of State Has Been es booths stencils and pads are provided Drawing It for Thirty Years In each precinct nnd a ropo or other barrier placed so as to exclude all except or Mora officers from within fifty feet of the polls SIROCCO Noble went to tho cty with his to- Â¬ bacco lost week Tho sick in Oak Grove neighborhood are convalescent No abatement in the sickness on the Flats at this writing Chas Morgan went to Louisville Mon Â¬ day and returned Tuesday Tho party given by Messrs Will nnd VA Rico was a decided success J L Atwill Is erecting n neat little dwelling on tho Richardson road Mrs Kirk of near Mauckport Ind visited her sister Mrs Jones last week For any information concerning the lost garment enquire of I It lhilpot Iayncsville Prof 1 B Hayncs of Ilardinsburg Academy spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Win Dngan and family Mr and Mrs Leander Bruner of Han- Â¬ cock county visited her parents Mr and Mrs L S Neafus last week George Wiler has secured the posi- Â¬ tion of chief cook on Trents flatboat which is to start down the river tho last o this week Mr Rock Edmunds is recovering from tho whimsicalities ofn mules heels Foot prints that perhaps another seeing may not trust u mule I saw Noah out on the top of the ark the other day apparently viewing the clouds can It be that a delugo is coming while the ark is in an unfinished Btato Mrs Dr OBryan daughter Annie and grand daughter Alma King went to After spending Louisville Tuesday some time in tho city they will visit tho Doctor who Is now stationed at Loroto Ky Mrs T A Berrymun who has been an invalid for tho past two years is gradu- Â¬ ally growing weaker totho regret of her many friends All that loving hearts and willing hands can do has been tried without avail J Y Bonnett formerly of Sirocco but now of Pavnesville seems to nossess a mania to own a whole town or none he Is gradually acquiring that territory and ere long tho inhabitants will wake up to find ho is solo proprietor and they aie no longer in if I attended a log lifting yesterday and feel kinder string haltered this morning tho result of old Uncle Stephnoy Gilraoro failing to fotch up his oen quick enough I verrily believe the old man was trying to raise a laugh on me anyhow Better look out pld man Ill toll tho readers of tho News how you served that old hog of yours that wouldnt quit climbing tho fonce Hal ha ha A protracted meeting is in full blast a the colored Baptist church in Brandon burg and Tom Sneezer dont get ony Armp ho takes his rest day or night country girl ono night and tho next night ho takes his town girl so it scemB that it is a raco of pull Dick pull devil between em What oh what will bo tho result The havoc among sheep by dogs still continues Mora than a hundred have been killed within tho limits of fivo or All efforts to capture tho six miles blood thirsty fiends have proved fruitless Tho correspondents of Clio Messenger are warmly discussing the stock law question In my judgment a dog law would bo Vastly more valuable to tho farmers of Meade just now Â¬ APRIL 7 THE DATE The primary election is to be held un Â¬ der the following rules prescribed by the County Committee lictohrJ First that all legal voters or those who will bo so at the November election who are known Democrats or persons that have alliliatcd with the Democratic party in the past or who in good faith propose to do so in the future and will ngreo to support the nominees of the primary will be permitted to vote in this primary Second Any person of whom the Judges of tho election have doubt as to his qualifications as required above shall bo asked tho following question viz Do you intend to nlliliato with the Democratic party and to vote for its nom- Â¬ inees at tho next election and if the person proposing to vote answers in the allirmativu he shall be permitted to vote and the same shall be recorded Tumi That the Chairman of tlds Committee shall be and is empowered to do all things necessary under the gener Â¬ al law and under the proceedings of this meeting of the committee to prepare for hold and conduct tho primary election and shall be the governing authority of the paity under said law for such pur Iose Fouirni According to these rules minors who will be legal voters at the November election will bo entitled to vote Twelfth The County Committee will meet at Ilardinsburg on Saturday tho 14th day of April at 2 oclock p m to canvass the returns Thirteenth The extra return blanks are sent to each poll so that the Judges may retain duplicates or so that any in spector if any may have duplicates if demanded Fouiiteenth If any offictrshall fail to appear at tho poll within l0 minutes after 7 oclock in the morning or shall refuse to act the officers in attendance shall fill the vacancy or vacancies If none of the officers appear the voters present shall elect officers viva voce Fifteenth If any officer docs not wish to charge for his services ho will please notify me at once after the election Sixteenth I have attempted to give a brief summary of your duties but thero are duties not mentioned and a copy of the election law should bo nt tho voting place so that the same may bo complied with that in all things this primary shall be conducted legally nnd fairly Da vii R Mummy Chairman Â¬ But Voluntarily Relinquishes It now Because He Does not Need it ONE HONEST PENSIONER Mr Francis Trcas Northumberland Penn thinks it a good remedy for rheumatism He writes I have been using your liniment called Salvation Oil for rheumatism and find it gives me great relief It is a good remedy Â¬ Value of Hands and Fingers The comparative value of the hands and fingers is fixed in a scale of tho Miners Union and Miners Insurance Company of Germany Tho loss of both hands is reckoned as a depreciation in working capacity of 100 per cent of the right hand 70 to 80 per cent varying with occupation left hand 00 to 70 per cent thumb 20 to 30 per cent right fore linger 8 to 135 per cent third finger least in value 7 to per cent little finger to 12 per cent Lincoln County Â¬ News Those who will have had resi dence in anv precinct a Miillcicnt length of time to entitle him to vote at the Nov Â¬ ember election may vote in tho primary in the precinct where he resides at tho time of tho primary Sixth Somo question has been rais ed as to whether under tho primary election law the two foregoing classes of voters were entitled to vote but to meet this objection I have procured tho writ- Â¬ ten agreement of the candidates to make no objection thereto Seventh Officers will be careful to ho sworn before entering on their duties nnd to sign the oath printed in the ballot book EiaiiTH Officers will immediately after tho close of tho polls in the voting room count the ballots and till out tho return printed on the inside of the cover of tho stub book Ninth Officers will destroy tho ballots voted mutilated or spoiled and those not used in voting preserving any ballot as to which there is any doubt or differ Â¬ ence of opinion as to its legality or regul arity and sealing such ballots up and re turning them with the poll book Tenth Tho stub book with the returns and tho doubted ballots shall be sealed up by tho officers and delivered to the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fifth AXTEL Miss Mary Hafly is improving Mr Bliir Mattngly is doing well on his new farm Miss Lena Mattingly of this vicinity is visiting her aunt at Irvington Mrs BaUtine Hennlng had log rolling lost Tuesday and Wed Â¬ nesday II Brown is expecting his daughter from Fordsville to pay him n visit soon Mr J Farmers are restless because the wet weather is preventing them from break Â¬ ing corn ground Ellis Carman and J R Critchelow took their logs out of Jewels creek and ran them to the Falls of Rough last week When the present Administration be Â¬ gan its attempt to purge tho pension list the Sun pointed out tho fart that honest efforts in that direction would bo greatly embarrassed by the circumstance that many veterans of high political standing continued to draw their pensions reg ularly although notoriously in no need of pecuniary assistance from tho Govern- Â¬ ment There aie thousands of pensioners on the rolls who have technically a perfect claim upon tho Government for tho money they are receiving but who are no more within the class for which the pension system properly exists than if they had neithcrsuffcrcd nor served in the Union army Somo of them aro millionaires Some of them are doing d daily the work of at least ten men and are earning incomes com inenBiirato with their business energy Their power to tako caro of themselves in the world has been in no way impair Â¬ ed In all such cases tho element of disability to provide fully for the support of themselves and of their families is minting yet that element of disability is the primary qualification of a legitimate pensioner under anv reasonable inter- Â¬ pretation of tho Governments responsibility to the defenders Conspicuous among such cases was that of Waltek G Giiesham Secretary of Stato in the Administration which undertook the immense job of pension reform Giiesham was severely wounded in tho leg while leading the Fourth division of Biaiiib corps in tho fighting at Atlanta Ho was legally entitled to a pension and ho has been drawing one for twenty or thirty years for n great part of the time at the rate of 30 a month Nobody supposis that in cases- - like Judge Giieshams tho motive of tho pen sioner is wholly mercenary Tho money received from tho United States Treasury amounts to little Tho monthly pay Â¬ ment is welcomed chiefly because it comes as a reminder and a certificate of patriotic services rendered and of honor ablo wounds received in defense of tho able-bodieÂ¬ Â¬ general dlschnrgo of oratory from nilr candidates fell Into tho anxious cars of quite ft number of worthy sons of toll it Thompsons on the 20lli insl Judge Rawlins led off followed by J W Vcs sols and S 1 Woolfolk aspirants for the same olllce that ot County Judge As of yore Squire Vessels ofered tho cheap John plan of ealvntion but there didnt seem to be any stuck on it Then It II Aovltt for County Cleik delivered n somewhat lengthy and telling speech Dick wns in fino trim for speaking and n bystander could readily seo that Ids every word struck deep into tho minds of every ono present Not a murmur of disapprobation was heard from n sin Â¬ gle individual The question was sprung by his opponents relative to employing help to discharge the duties of tho of Â¬ fice But it was palpable to all that no one man no matter how z alously he la Â¬ bored could with justice to his constit- Â¬ uents finish up the work In all Its minor details such as copying etc etc Next on the floor were Dicks oppo- Â¬ nents W B Mattingly and J R Wll lutt Mr Mattingly delivered a rousing speech In which lie qccnied to bo greatly favored by the poets muse Ono would naturally think that he hnd spent a life time worshiping at tho muses shrine Mr Willttt delivered a short but poin Â¬ ted speech and lie seemed sangulno in regard to his chances of success He seemed to want to leavo the impression with tho people that Novitt was getting too fat to ottend to business and if they would put him Wlllett there ho was so darned poor ho could work like a Turk Both Wlllett and Vessels became grandiloquent in their endeavors to force tho Idea upon tho minds of tho people that it was necessary to have n man in ofllco who would pledge himself to art the pait of chief cook and bottle washer Mr Vessels said that ho was willing to furnish his own stationery nnd fuel Thero was nothing sold in regard to building fires nnd cleaning spittoons but I supposo they consider that a duty incumbent upon them When you buckle down to such onerous duties my friends I am afraid that Instead of get ting fat youll become as poor as a church mouse Say I wonder if I couldnt get n pull at one of those offices I am mighty lean I need something monstrous bad to fat Â¬ ten me Tom Hamilton for County Attorney stepped out and announced his intention of making the inco for County Judge Ho noticed his mistake in time however to rectify it before Judge Rawlings and Patch Woolfolk fainted clan away Squire Vessels was speechless for about five seconds then revived nnd went on in tho even tenor of his way Tho fact of tho busineo is Tom had eaten too much dinner and cot having indulged in his accustomed smoke his nerves were all outof whack Scches from candidat s aspiring for tho various other offices were short and sweet The whole posso comititus of As em seemed to bo in good spirits yet all is as calm and sereno ns a painted ship on a painted ocean on the surface but in my minds eye I can seo an in- Â¬ ward anguish a consuming fire a spark from which will soon fly out and scatter hero and there like young blue birds from their parent nests Many hopes that are now bright will soon be tossed hither and yon by tho foaming billows of oratory to sink ncnth tho dark waves of despondency After all the local candidates had said their say an old grey haired sire took tho stand nnd after reading a lengthy articlo from some journalistic pen in low sweet tones lie broke tho spell of curios- Â¬ ity that seemed to be gathering upon the minds of men by exclaiming at tho top of his voice Im n caudidato for Wo have not yet learned president whethor ho contemplates presiding over tho inhabitants of the Sandwich Islands or intends ousting Grovcr Cleveland or It may bo he intends settling down in somo national bank near homo A Â¬ MONARCH II SHIRTS For highest attainablo workmanship Tho employment of materials of highest quality Tho elegant finish Tho strength of button holes and eyelet holes Tho manner in which tho parts subject to strain aro strengthened The good feeling qualities The commendable method of attaching tho collar nnd cuTfe S- ft - to the shirts Tho great varitty of effective designs in plain white negligeo colored embroidered and piquo shirts A fly neck band of ingenious pattern by whioh the collar button is prevented from touching or chafing the neck BABBAGE THE LEADER WITH WHITE DUNKEHSOF FALLS CITY TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO Main St bet Ninth Tenth - Louisville Ky Liberal Advances Four Months Free Storage Special Attention to Private Sales J RATES i ri DPRITCHEY MANAQCR S5i Jours yille Ky may your future lifo be long and ono of sunshine peace nnd pleasure is the earnest desire and congratulations of a corn true friend They Know Sick In Hoosier now politics over In Meade coun- Â¬ ty Ky is just a littlo short of boiling Tho Democrat heard quiet a large num- Â¬ ber of Kentucky Democrats talking and to us it seems that Dick Nevitt will lead tho van for County Clerk asthe cham Â¬ pion of old time Democrats Leaven Â¬ worth Democrat v NEW BETHEL Weather is fine Mr Jackson has forty acres ground broke Mr Jos S Barnes is on tho sick list at this writing The health of the neighborhood is ex Â¬ ceedingly good People of this vicinity aro preparing largely for another crop Mr James Barnes and wife visited at Mr Jabo Jordans Sunday Mr Ben Hawkins was the guest of Mr Thomas Ba nes last Sunday Mr Dicklo Adkisson jr was the guest of Miss Cora Jordan one evening lust attended the Bale at Ilardinsburg Satur day last Messrs Irvin Barnpsand Albeit Jack Â¬ son wero guests of Miss Cora Jordan Sunday Mr Sam DeJernetto and Mgs Titia Adkisson visited Mr and Mrs James Scatbn ono day this week Mrs Mary Barnes and daughter Miss Jennie were guest of Misses Mabel and Mamie Hawkins last Friday Rev Joseph Duggins will preach to tho children on tho second Sunday in All are especially invited April There wero some young folks contetn- Elating going to llitos Run Sundiy Â¬ It ruined and they wero disappointed This is tho 24th nnd tho weather is cool- Â¬ er thero was considerable frost last night It is thought that fruit will be an entire failure in this part of try Pleaso allow me to correct a mistake which appeared in the last issue While those two little boys wero playing with a hatchet the younger cut just ono of his older brothers fingers instead of three Old people sav they never saw such a March in their lives up to the 22nd It has been almost like mid summer The grass Is growing fino trees aro leafing out and flowers aro in bloom nnd farmers are progressing llnely with their work Wheat never looked better in this vi- Â¬ cinity than It dots nt this time some is tall enough to hide a rabbit Wo aro very glad to hear that Miss Annla BaSHPtt lins innrrled no witll fnr she is a lovely girl and justly deserved a loving kind and aflVctlonnto husband all of which wo do truly hopo she is in possession of Dear Annie may your pathway be strewn with flowers and the-cou- Just y week Mr Irvin Barnes and Mr T A Miller In the Spring Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cooks for hotels and restaurants as well as for private families are fast set tling down to the conviction that Salva- Â¬ tion Oil is absolutely necessary for burns Those who would insure to themselves the greatest degree of safety and the enjoyment of that good health which is lifes greatest blessing should be careful to do these two things A2VX scalds and chapped hands and they show their faith by keeping it on hand ONE HALF BATE PURIFY THE BLOOD TONE UP THE SYSTEM pleasant way Harvest Excursions to Arkansas and Texas April 10th and May 8th 1894 tho St Louis Air Lino Louisville Kvansvlllo St Louis Con It It will sell Harvest Excursion tickets to all points in Arkansas Texas and EddyJ N M at one half rates for tho Tickets good returning 30 round trip days from date of sale Tho Air Lino is 63 miles tho short Â¬ est route to St Louis the west and Southwest and tho only line running vestibule trains dally between Louisville and St Louis with parlorand dining cars Pullman palace sleepers on night trains For further information as to rates routes maps time tables sleeper car reservations etc call on or address It A Campbell G P A St Louis or J B Campbell D P A Louisville City ticket office 8 W corner 3rd nnd Main street depot 14th and Main street Louisville Ky On March 11th For doing these things in the safest surest and most countrys lug Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria When Baby was ilck wo garo her Castoria When the a Child ibe cried for Cattorla When the became lilts i ho clunjj to Caitorta When the had Children tho ears them Cutorla u Nevertheless tliero is a still higher conception of honor and personal dignity which should impol all pen Â¬ sioners to ask themselves whether their moral right to pecuniary assistance from tho public funds is as good as their legal right Should they continue to draw pensions which they do not need The question is rather dellcato in any individual case but we ventured somo tlmo ago to present these considerations to Secretary Giiesham in tho hopo that his patriotism and good sense might sug gest an answer which would afford a useful example to tho country and facili- Â¬ tate tho general work of pension reform well-to-do Â¬ Dr Kings Royal Germetuer It is as pleasant to take as lemonade acts like magic upon the blood and nervous system expels all thewaate stimulates digestion and gives appetite puts roses on the cheek and joy in the heart SOLD is pre eminently the great- Â¬ est of all medical remedies BY ALL DRUGdlSTS 100 six for 503 Â¬ al Gcrmetuer Manufactured only by Kinos Roy Co Atlanta Ua T Jtf EXCURSION I jrfesT r 1 K C Jt11 JL SIELAJSOlSr FROM FORDSVILLE SfTOssSs LOUISVILLE AND RETURN Saturday March 31st 1894 BROWN GO Managers ty - fiwi BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MAKOH 281891 LOCAL BREVITIES L A llalltnan Is lu Louisville Garden seed In bulk Sulzers Go to Short Haynes for your drugs Flailing is good get an outfit to tlny Mrs edhnrd Oelze was no bettor yea terdoy Mr and Mrs Heh MuCriiekOn of Loulftulllc nro visiting in tho city Miss Iwllth Walker of llites Hun Is Tho the guest of her cousin Mies Mary Jar ivtife fififeditfeiHRiiDGR WALkB out Patten Brick Work Run for a Day Whon tho Mon all Go on a nIWs GiuoVHRPonis ky IT IS CONCEDED Sulzers Now tics Just llio tiling for Rjiring wear -S- i k M Miss Lafayette Ial feist sient Foster in I oulsvllle Crepo tissue paper for deco atlvo pur- Sulzers poses Havo you n step ladder if not see our stock Sulzers If its now and on tho market you will find it at Sulzers V II Morion made a business trij to xLowisport Monday Dont forget tho excursion on the 1 Dranch noxt Saturday Excursion on tho Branch next SaturdayDont fail to go Our grocery department tho place to find good eating Sulzers Miss Lizzie Skillman is visiting Miss Addie Ditto in Louisville Flys and spoons for trolling fisher Â¬ mans headquarters Sulzers Seo our line of fishing tackles now ready for inspection Sulzers Carbon transfer paper for fancy work drawing all shades Sulzers Buy jour cigars tobacco and cigaretls Haynes and save money of Short Iteels lines dip nets rods hooks and every thing suited for fishing Sulzers The Catholics will hold services in a temporary church Sunday at tho old sito Christ Best tho shingle man of Steph enspot passed down on tho train Mon- Â¬ day Miss Jennie Mullen returned last Fri- day from her visit to relatives in 0ens boro See that new line 01 toilet soap at Waynes Something nice and Short cheap Marshal Geo Jordan and detective Wills were at Hawesvillo Monday at- Â¬ tending circuit court Father J J Pike of Daviess county was a passenger on the west bound train ono evening last week Beavin Tucker has opened a hotel in connection with his saloon at Stephens port He sets a good meal Kvery body with their aunts their cousins and their sweethearts are going on tho excursion next Saturday Now is the timo to paint your houso Short Haynes have a complete lino and will savo you money try them Yj W Pate ono of the most prominent citizens of Hancock county died at his home in Lowisport on the 21st inst II Groves of Borne was a passen- Â¬ ger on tho West bound train monday enroute to Cannelton to pay his taxes Short Haynes have a complete lino of drugs paints and oils Also a full as- Â¬ sortment of paint and white wash brush- Â¬ es Julian Brown is tho popular manager of the excursion on the Branch next Sat Â¬ urday His p esenco means a pleas Â¬ ant trip Lamp shades picture frames Bon Bon boxes doll dresses and fancy baskets can bo made from our crepe ti sue paper Sulzers J J Hennen Co lost in tho neigh- Â¬ borhood of 200 cords of shingle blocks by the runout in sinking creek last Thursday W 0 Allen says business is picking up at tho depot Tho March business has already more than doubled that of February Beautiful new spring wall paper at T F Sawyers Good paper at 2 cents single roll and pretty gilt paper at 5 cts Samples free The church and parsonage property has been adjusted in Louisville by the Hartford of Conn and the London Lan Â¬ ulzers entertained a few friends very handsomely at her home Monday night Mrs Hcnncns residence at Hawos vlllo was partially destroyed by lire hist Monday morning Mrs Austin Beavin llitis Hun wii the guest of her daughter Mrs J iMattingly last week Mrs Eliza Taylor returned Monday Her visit wan a pleasant and enjuynblu surprise to her family and many Inenls in this city Before giving your order for custom made Bhirts consult K J Babbage A perftet fit and satisfactory prices are guaranteed Try Dlluys grocery department You will find it to your into est to make your purchases there A small trifle will convinco you Hon D It Murray has been confined to his bed for several days with a bad cold Ho was able to bo up and alout his room yeBterday a distiller and J T Breidcubnch saloon keeper made mi assignment at Hawesvillu Monday Liabilities about 000 Mr N B Chambers is tho asÂ¬ signee Wo have decided to continue our cost sales in our jewelry department until May lBt and bargains in jewelry silver- Â¬ ware spoons etc can bo had up to that date Do not delay but call at once 1 boo Mies Lulu Owen Striko ProÂ¬ Tho Importotl Mon Load tho cession and tho Clovor portors Join Thorn THE MACHINERY By all careful buyers of Mens and Boys Clothing that nowhere have they ever seen such a complete line of Piece Goods Ready Made Clothing and Gents STOPS Vm What Is Your Idea Of n Spring nnd Summer Suit for your own wear You have an idea of what you F N Dlluys We think onr stock of millinery goods as largo and as stylish as any ever brought to Cloverport and will bo pleas Â¬ ed to have tho ladies call and examine same and judge for themselves at Miller Lightfoots now millinery emporium Our store is universally known for fine and reliable clothing and low prices Our spring stock emb aces a large assort- Â¬ ment of patterns made to please and to wear servicebably inspect examine and see for your self Sulzers We shall bo pleased to have all in need of new millinery goods to call and seo our nice now stock you will find our styles up to dale and our prices to suit the times A share of your patronage solicited Miller Liglitloot Mrs Hay nes old Htand On April 2nd for one diy only we our solid Bilver spoons will weigh against your coin weight against weight Do not let this pass as it is a chance in a lifetime Itcmember tills offer has never been made by any reliable dealer except DHuy for 20 years your Jeweler SAME Mollie OLD STORY Fortner of Union Star Tells a Peo- Â¬ Tale of Woe to Louisville cashire Cos Millinery goods now correct and dain- Â¬ ty Hats of all tho latest shapes and styles are now on exhibition and sale at Miller Lightfoots Where shall I What flhnll I wear pet it What is tho stvlo Our Mr Hunche will be at our store Friday to discuss this subject Sulzers Rev Georgo Nelhaus was in Louis- Â¬ ville tho past week assisting in th holy week ceremonies and looking after tho interest of the Catholic congregation The latest styles in hats and bonnets are now on display at Miller Lightfoots now millinery store Ladies are request Â¬ ed to call and seo our nice lino of new spring goods Bro Mr J V Struck of Struck Contractors at Louisville was in town appraising the loss by tho recent fire of tho Catholic church The gentleman is full of praise for Cloverport and predicts a great future if water works will bo pro- Â¬ cured Having just returned from tho market with tho cream of early Millinery Goods fC and having in ouromploy an experienced trimmer wo are prepared to pleaso tho most fastidious in style of hats and bon Â¬ nets our motto will bo to blease Yours V Miller Lightfoot It has come to our knowledge that some person or persons are reporting that we havo quit doing repairs this is error for on the contrary we can and will do repairs of all kinds promptly and correctly and guarantee satisfaction Itespectfully Glvo me your work F N DHuv The Cloverport Steam Laundry is be lag moved to Gas City Ind where it will take tho name of the Gas City Steam Laundry Mr 0 D Braahear of Union Star is a late addition to the firm and L B Ohapln and A L Howard the old proprietors will accompany It to the Additional machinery Hocier city will be added and they expect to equal the finest of work The News hoitta that the InerMsing Cloverport colony in Gas City will prosper beyond all expecta- Â¬ tions FOR BYSFBTOIA 1 ple Mollie Fortnor a nineteen-year-ol- d girl about to become a mother was in Louisville lost week applying to tho She Charity Organization for aid claims to bo from Union Star this county and she implicates a prominent citi- Â¬ zen of that locality as being the father of her unborn child The mans name is kept out of these col u mis because wo are loth to believe he would bo guilty of the deed in the manner in which he is accused The girls tale is a sad one indeed Sho says that the man in question ruined her underpromiso of marriage and refused to keep his word He assigned as his rea- Â¬ son for deserting her that ho was going to marry another girl and said that if sho Fortner told of his connection with her that ho would kill her Fearing that he would oxecute his threat she says that she left for Louisville but before she started she wrote her betrayers intended a letter telling her all tho particulars of the criminal ac- Â¬ tions of her intended husband in con- Â¬ nection with herself Miss Fortner also claims that her own father had also repeatedly attempted outrages on her and that ho camo near being lynched once by a mob which had learned of his assaults on her Tho Charity Organization say that they have had several applications of this kind recently from this section of country Week before last a girl from Victoria neighborhood yas in Louiavlllo on the samo business telling a similar tale of ruin and desertion Â¬ Â¬ The lalton Brick Works started up Monday nt 10 30 oclock a in and ran until noon yesterday An attempt was made to start on tho Monday before but when tho laborers assembled at tho plant and learned tho rate of wages that Mr Patton proposed to pay they said they could not make living wag a and refused to go to work Mr Patton then wont to Louisville and procured about a dozen men whom ho sent down After these men arrived they learned that there was n strike on and refused to go to work and ono man returned to Louisville Finally after spending n week hi idle- Â¬ ness and discussion all hands thought they would givo tho work n trial at Mr Pattons figures and seo what they conld do Consequently on Monday morning tho works started witli a full set of men in tho machinery shed and clay pit which was all that could work until some brick were made Tho clay pit men and other ordinary laborers were getting about 2 cents per thousand and up to yesterday at noon but 17000 brick had been made During tho noon hour tho men assem Â¬ bled in the mill shed and discussed tho Hon over when question of quitting the whistlo blew at 1 oclock they all Tho went to their respective places imported men were about all working in the clay pit Soon after they had gone down to their work ono of them return- Â¬ ed to the mill shed and hold n short con- Â¬ versation with a Louisville man who was at work in tho mill shed He then returned to his companions in the pit and they all camo marching up stat ing thiit they had quit work Tho Cloverport men in the mill shed joined them and all went out together and tho machinery stopped Mr Patton was out of the rlty yester day and could not bo scon by n Kkwh reporter Tho men claim that they havo shown a willingness to work and do what Is right by giving it a sufficient test st Mr Pattons figures Thov say that of course things were not running as smoothly as they would in a few days but that tho trial satisfies them that with everything in perfect trim they can not make over 25000 brick n day un- Â¬ der present circumstances They say they are not 50 cent men and will not work for nothing They claim that to make living wages at Mr Pattons figures they would havo to turn out tho rise of 40000 brick a day which thoy say is im- Â¬ possible with tho surrounding facilities Everything is quitt at present and it is to bo hoped that when Mr Patton re Â¬ turns all differences will bo adjusted without further trouble and that the work will progress in a profitable way both to Mr Patton and tho workmen Lateii As wo go to press lato at night a largo meeting of representative workmen is being held in Piercos Hall preparatory to perfecting a labor organ- Â¬ ization The meeting is being addressed by Judge J It Dellnven who is impress Â¬ ing upon the minds of his hearers that nothing should bo dono rashly nor hastily but that they should be sure they are right then go ahead and the people of Cloverport would stand by them Many of the leading citizens of the city are at the meeting A Furnishing Goods want who knows Perhaps wo And at such reasonable prices as shown by havo the samo suit on our shelves that you litivo in your minds eye However it will be well worth your time to inspect our stock of fino JULIUS WINTER t CO Ky S ECornor Third and Market Sts Louisville You will save money by doing so Z Spring mul Summer Do not fail lo call on them before purchasing anything in their line Tailor matlc Clothing We have tho largest assortment of now stylish goods and foci fident that we can please you conÂ¬ IRVINGTON Mr I V PRESTON Miss Carrie Bargcr was quite ill last week Monday S J Brashcar made a business trip to Born to tho wife of Dr Bowley a girl Louisville last week Mary Jane Mrs Eva Broshear is convalescent Mr Geo W Brown of Louisville is from a recent Illness visiting his mother Mrs Barney Gilliland Is teaching a Mr D W Lewis of Brandenburg was music class at Rome in town Wednesday Walter Barger and It Bruner are farm Â¬ Old winter camo back to get a glimpse ing together this season of the Easter holiness Mrs Jennie Bruner visited Mis Eva MissMamio Synder of Bowleyville is Brashcar Tuesday and Wednesday visiting Miss Ella Holt Miss Ella Flaherty commences n spring Mr W E Browns new residence will term of school at laynesvillo shortly bo completed this week Misses Jano nnd Cora Hendry attended Mr Geo W Brown has at last arrived Henry was in llardlnsburg SIK i AT ir wMrz lEir- nwiiisM 4BVH leW in A3 jT j si Ih j GOOD MM GONE and the belles are smiling Miss Lady Clarkson visited her aunt Mrs Jno Wimp last week Master Osciau Drnko celebrated his tenth birthday Thursday evening Several persons from hero attended Jnartcrly meeting at Webster Sunday Mrs Williams of Mount Vernon Ind is visiting her daughter Mrs Knappc Miss Mattio McGehee of Branden Â¬ burg is visiting her cousin Miss Bettio McGehee Master Edwin Jolly of Louisville is visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs T J Jolly Miss L B McGIothlan nade allying trip to Louisville last week on business for McGIothlan Bros Mrs Dr Henderson and daughter of Louisville were guests of Mrs Nannio Henderson lost week Mrs Buck Kendall of Louisville camo dowp Monday to attend the funeral of her father Mr Lem English Mr and Mrs Knapp neo Dora Hens ley havo taken a cottage on tho Bouth side nnd are at homo to their friends We see the announcement of tho mar riago ot Miss Harriet Tydings for April 17th Her many relations and friends wish her success If you want to havo a good all round laugh attend D W Henrys spolling match Davo Is a jolly good fellow and always finds tho ludicrouB side of every- Â¬ thing Stockholders of tho Irvington Creamery Co Iiad a call meeting last eek and de Â¬ cided they nro losers in tho lato enter- Â¬ prise and will closedoorsin about ten days This is a bad move for the town and the merchants especially The business men of town ana tho farmers should join efforts nnd nut this on foot again which we hope will be decided upon soon church at Flint Island Easter Sunday Clato Brown sold a fine span of mules to Win Bogard of Owenshoro last week Miss Tomniie Brown is taking private elementary lessons of Mrs Chas O Graham Overcoats and wraps were more in le moiid on Easter than spring dresses and light suits Madamo Rumor says wo are to have a wedding in tho near future For particulars ask Hardin Mr nnd Mrs Wm Bogard of Owenshoro havo returned homo after n brief visit to friends and relatives near here Farmers are looking bluo over this cold spell they fear it will greatly dam ago tho fruits oats and other growing crops Bush Stiir writes cheerfully from Missouri whence ho recently emigrated and is seemingly delighted with his now Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CLOVERPORT KY A VERY FEW DOLLARS PUT INTO CARPETS RUGS AND CURTAINS Sk ST g- m S- am cneoruimess to a room We havo a full lino of these goods at way down Svc new g q ir If you purchaso before getting our prices youll miss it We are capturing tho prices trade of all who learn our prices and comparo our goods well come homo i - F M Polk of Porry County Ind Passed Away Last Sunday Morning March 25 Â¬ Building Trust VERY DESTRUCTIVE The Cold Snap Has Destroyed Thou Â¬ sands of Dollars Worth of Growing Crops From overy where in this and surround- Â¬ ing counties the distressing news comes that the recent cold snap has destroyed growing crops with an unrelenting hand The unprecedented warm March had caused all vegetation to bo far advanced for this season of the year and the farm ers were greatly encouraged by tho favor- Â¬ able prospects of an exceptionally good crop year Never before was farming so faradvancod In this section but Jack Frost has wealded a fatal blow All early wheat oats and fruit are kill- Â¬ ed and gardens havo received a long backset The leaves of tho maple and elm and other early ludding trees in the vicinity of Cloverport had all put out but now they are hanging black and sere aa if the band of condemnation new were against there beautiful spring suits of beautiful flowers All vegetation that is not killed outright is set back for several weeks The Protracted Meeting Is still progressing in the Sim street Methodist church with great vigor Up to date there have been sixty conver- Â¬ sions with thirty five additions to the church The aggregations continue to be very large and great interest is man ifeetwl The enthusiasm is so great that it is frequently 10 oclock at night tatnre The meet the 8nUjg adjournment ings will continue through the week jn slowiU iro Im4 HranjSu Hw mn mm f iit f4 ItoMM 1894 March 27 Ind ToniNsronT Francis M Polk the subject of this sketch wfl born April 8 1810 and at tho timo of his death ho lacked but a Ho few days of being 04 years of age was tho eon of Thomas Polk and tho grandson of Chas Polk ono of tho first settlers in Polks bottom and a Baptist preaches Francis was reared on the farm of his father and received a good common school education It is said that from Ills youth ho was always of industrious habits which in after years made him very successful financially After his father had given up tho nursery busi Â¬ ness on account of Ills declining years Francis took it up and run it successfully apart of tho timoon his own account and a part with J C Shoemaker of Indian- Â¬ apolis In course- of time other business was so pressing that ho was compelled to abandon the business and consequently he turned his attention to horticulture which business he followed successfully to the timo of his death cause 6p his death It was always his custom to take time by tho forelock So he ventured too far at last and workod when the weather was not fit for a well man to work sow- Â¬ ing a plcco of ground to clover from wnlcn no contiacteu a deep com that dovoloped in pneumonia and con Â¬ tinued to grow worse and worse in spite of all tho medical aid that could bo sum Â¬ moned until in a llttlo more than eight days death became victorious and lie Sunday morning died at 7 oclock March 25 surrounded by a host of frionds and relatives He leaves many warm friends and rel Â¬ atives to mourn his loss as well as six children and one brother his fathxr and mother and ono sister having preceded to the far beyond Fortunately he remained rational throughout his entire illness and as lie alwavs had an eye to business it did not forsake him in his last hours He sent for an official and arranged all of his business just aa he wanted It done before it was his to go hence He was kind and generous to the poor and was a friend In time of need When his which Is a friend in deed life went out one of the most remarka Â¬ closed ble careers He was buried Monday at 3 oclock with hundreds in attendance at the up Â¬ per grave yard - Mr J M Johnson has been in the city ncouploof weeks representing tho Company Paducah Building Trust During this time ho has been so success- Â¬ ful in tho work that a local board is now being organized with Judge L G Greg- Â¬ ory as Secretary and Treasurer Tho plan is a most liberal and equitable ono and stock is guaranteed to mature in 84 months It pays a handsome dividend on both paid up and installment stock and peoplo contemplating building and bonowing for any purpose will do well to invcstlgato these plans So liberal is HAYWOOD SOLD tho offer that more than 150 shares In th s compauy have already been sold in Clovorport notwithstanding tho de Â¬ pressing times This is what is needed George Lyddan Sells His Fine Stalin Cloverport as it is much easier for lion to Anthony Fleesor of people to own their proporty than it is to pny rent The company is a strong Derby Indiana one composed of the best and wealthiest oi rauuean witn a capital oi citizens common stock friwuuu proierrcu stoctc G X Lyddausfinu stallion Haywood 5000000 COO was sold last week to Anthony Reesor of Derby Ind foriJSOO This was Bishop Dudley Coming Tho lit Rev T U Dudley will preach ono of tho finest horses lu Breckenridgo at tho Elm streot Methodist church on county nnd it is to bo regretted that Tuesday night April 10th and adminis Â¬ such stock is permitted to leave us ter the rite of confirmation to any por However tho peoplo of our Bister county sons who desire it Such persons are re- Â¬ quested to report their names to Mrs J across tho river are to bo congratulated A Murray as early as possible so that on receiving such an admirable addition tho Bishop can ho informed Itov L to their stock of blooded horses Hay Â¬ W Itoso will accompany tho Bishop wood is a flue saddle and harness animal well known throughout this section of Kentucky to bo a fine breeder and a very valuablo pleco of horso flesh Ho has been a frequent visitor to fairs and and other states and Is one of the first signs of horso shows in this has taken many premiums for his owners poor health Coughs Colds His pedigree is traced tli rough the very Weak Lungs Diseased Blood best strains of fine Kentucky thorough- Â¬ breds and his purity of blood is beyond follow Again it is to bo regretted question that Haywood has left us Â¬ Hughes Frymlre nnd sister Miss Blanche attended the closing exorcises of Miss Lalllo Parrs school near Rhodclia last Thursday Jabez Brashcar lias a convenient placo in which to stick in the mud if his wagon is overloaded and bccomesmired on the road from Webster it is sure to happen right near a certain house viz where his divinity resides Samuel Bassott has purchased a farm of S J Brashcar and will locato hero Wo liko to have such permanently people as Mr and Mrs Bassett for neigh- Â¬ bors Good people are essential to a prosperous community and enhance tho valuo of land greatly It is ith feelings of awe and appre Â¬ hension that I stand on the threshold of tile local column of the News Having been requested by friends of the paper ton rite and try to make n name and place for Preston amongst its columns The thought enters my brain what joys and sorrows will it bo my duty to chroni clo in the future How many of the homes of Uiosq dear friends will bo vis Â¬ ited by tho death angel and how many hearts saddened by trouble Lets hope that the bright days will fai exceed tho dark ones and that there Is a happy future for tho good peoplo of Preston which thoy so richly deserve gg --- if you want the hest you may as to us first as last Dont run off to So S - S other houses hotter at home when you can do as well or wiB NEFF KAGIN Old Reliable Store 3 ULSton ZET37 Quick Sales Small Profits IS OUR MOTTO FOR THIS SEASON Wo havo just gotten in our immense stock of Spring Goods And if you will call in and seo us wo can convinco you that we mean Wo have bought our stock cheaper than ever exactly what wo say beforo and wo propose to givo our kind patrons the advnnlage of it Theso nro only a fow of our many cut prices American Indigo Calico Hoosler Cottons American Shirting Prints Ginghams worth 150 now at Check Shirtings worth 6 and 7c Nice Henrietta in all colors Bleach Domestic Fruit of the Loom Misses Black Ribbed Hose worth 15 Ladles Vests In all sizes Sea Island Cottons worth 9 and lOo Bleach Cottons full 36 Inches wide Dress Linings In all colors selling Ginghams sold at lOo now Sheetings Bleached and Unbleached 5o 5c 5c 10c 5c 24c worth 12c and 20c lOo 10c 5o 7c only 5o So worth 27c 7Jo 25c Loss of Flesh Scotts And a thousand other things at tho samo low price that wo havent In fancy PrintB Figured Sattcens Woolen and room to mention Cotton Challi and Percales wo havo somo beauties and at tho yory lowest figure So with our immense stock from which to select nnd low prices you certainly can savo monoy by dealing with us - Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver Oil cures all of these weakness Â¬ es Take It in time to avert Jllness If you can Physicians the world over endorse It lw4M4krlMABMyY AIIDfOMbfe Carried At tho residence of tho brides undo Mr James Nugent at ten oclock March 25th Mr Price Wilson arid Miss Lula Nugent wore united in marriage by Squire Dhonau Immediately after tho ceremony the happy pair repaired to the grooms parents Mr and Mrs Chas Wilson where a sumptous repast await- Â¬ ed them May prosperity and happiness ever surround them is the wish of A Fhiknd Very Itespectfully T B A F BEARD CO IIARDINSBUItG KY It uw coneral moving time over in the cast end last week W O Allen Duntani Vil Three hundred crc ley for tc three good dwelling well watered moved into Sirs Amanda Moormans one hundred acrct t alley land the rctl up a splendid sugar camp land well timbered vacated ietini house Mr Atuet into the lm well Kt In blue grata Will tell on give poatcMinn anv time by Mr Alien and Mr Totwey Into the OKOHOK W NKFKBurai Apply to Hrcckcnrldge county Ky one vacated by Mr Amet ORBAT BARGAIN of Unit In Â¬ cy MnutiimSSmi3SSfti Itf ytfjiVJWX s I 8 -- Mi - - J BRHOKaNHlDGa NWtt OLOVmftPOftd KYi 1 J I 1 - - 1 111 ttightttlof fill i leavening Power Litest US Govt PcfOtt PI J MCW YflRIf IMIHMBMMMiMMaHWWMMMIBMMMMlMMMtMTMMMIiMM mil Klclnhant A Haft IB IfiW WW I IWIIMWBIMiiWMMWBBIIMIir lll Rcyi Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Breckenridge WEDNESDAY MARCH Baking GARRETT ieorgo II Cosperko was in town SPRING BUDS Ttt Tbnamnri Tongues nlll tell jou that to other ltntl e eVef ilil ever ever can sell llio Mine Perfect loodi fur Ibo ram Loir 1ilccs Ihnt tr I I iJlinuifon tell tlirm It Will Probably Bo the Second City In Population World in tho THE MAMMOTH SOUNDS T II 1 KEY NOTE -- pfcUAJjffl OP TI1K Could It Cross the Hudson Into Jorsoy It Would Surpass London SPRING GAMPAIGN Mail News 28 1891 Mr Orders Filled IN stock O Winter thothisbest TJIt CHICAGO Tuesday Mr Tom McDaughner of Woodland was hero Friday Miss Fannie Sipcs is the guests of Mrs Itosa Miles this week NOT IT Promptly SPRING SUITS AND OVERCOATS Our stock of these garments is now complete For8 10 2or15 you can buy n hand Â¬ some nn Overcoat ns over was made Vtr 10 l2andirun elegant Spring Suit in all tho new styles shades and makes Shoes for tho family at one third liss than you pay at other stores Hats for Men Boys and Children ai the lowest prices on earth Our display of Furnishing Gloves and Urn brellas unsurpassed GRACEFUL JUVENILE WEAR Grace and beauty mark every article no aro offering in Childrens Wear Overcoats Suits Shoes Hats etc Our new Spring Importations of Star Waists 20 per cent lower than ever offered Mothers Friend Waists whiU- - and colored at all prices Our new lines of Blouse Waits aro now in both white and colored Seo our world beaters at 08c Mothers just what you want Our Under waists for uso with tho Blouses at 34c and 44c All tho Ecnson is brighter and bonnier limn over before boon working under tho tailors of tho country havo direction of Mr Klcinhans in preparing a stock for Tho Mammoth match- Â¬ less in quality and indescribablo in variety and it is now ready for inspec- Â¬ tion Send for our beautiful Spring Catalogue in which it is handsomely v l illustrated ALEX A JONES Short Sketch of His Interesting Career as an Accommodating Hotel Clork Genial and Clever Has Beon a Favorite for Twentyono Years He or Moro A HARDINSBURG BOY ille Miss Dora Funk returned home to enter school Mrs Anna Frank and Miss Eva Buck- Â¬ ler went to Ciarnettsville Saturday and returned Sunday Several men of this neighborhood at Â¬ tended the sale of Mr J B Shacklett deceased of Hill Grove Ilonifaces Tho hotel of which Colonel Alenander After a six weeks confinement to his was then proprietor was situated at room W W Miles was ablo to be in Eighth and Main and was destroyed by town last Saturday and Sunday lire in October 1870 upon which occasion Tho prudent and provident mother Mr Jones devotion to duty came near costing him his life for while rashly makes it a rule to keep Dr Bulls Cough Syrup in tho house She has tried it attempting to retcuo from the safo some valuable packages be- before and she well knows that nlicn longing to tho guests the walls began to her little ones have croup it nill surely fall in and he only escaped by a daring cure them leap through the seemingly impassible GARFIELD barrier of Haines and falling debris Colonel Alexander then opened the Mr Jas L Macy has gone to Texas hotel at Seventh and Market Mr Jones firs Jas Skaggs is improving at this accompanying him and taking charge of writing the hotel ollice and in this location they Farmers are busy breaking up corn remained until August 1SS3 the year of ground Ixniisvills great exposition when Col Born to the wife of Xat Bruncr March Alexander became proprietorof the onco 10th a boy famous AVillard hose prestige was to be I think theru will lie a wedding in our restored under the Colonels manage Â¬ midst soon ment Mr Forest Haynes of Ilnmed was Mr Jones continues to prcjido over visiting here last Saturday tho Willard olllco for although Colonel Mr John A Hook of Ilardinsburg Alexander disposed of his interest in the was visiting here last week hotel in December 1800 Mr Jones Hev II C Hook will fill his regular decided to remain with the present man Â¬ I ager Mr W Scott Miller jr whom a appointment next second Sunday at oclock distinguished tourist pronounced the Mr Perry Skaggs wife and baby were best all round hotel man he had ever tho guests of Mr and Mrs Jim Simmons seen ami whoso brilliant success as manager of French Iick Springs has Sunday Dr Skaggs was called to seo Mr It M made him famous throughout the counMoorman near Hineyville who is suffer- Â¬ try ing with a cancer It is at tho Willard therefore that Mr Mr Whcatlys still houso will soon bo Jones will observe the twenty first completed Mr Andrew Hook and son anniversary of his entrance upon the are putting it up duties of hotel clerk a position for Tho young folks had quite a nice timo which he has so pronounced a prediat tho birthday dinner at Mr Thos lection that ho has repeatedly refused Chaudoions near Custer March 17 to exchango it for that of manager of various hotels in Louisville and else Â¬ It must bo a good article that will in where duco a man to go forty miles to get it In appearance Mr Jones is tall hand Mr E II Snetnam of Fairfax Station some and distinguished looking and Va says n party camo forty miles to possesses tho finest beard in Kentucky ids store for Chamberlains Cough Rem it being twenty three inches in length edy and bought a dozan bottles Tho Tho Willard being celebrated political Remedy is a great favorite in this vicin head quartos the most eminent men ity ho says and has performed somo congregate there and Mr Jones has wonderful cures here It is intended thus been aUbrded exceptional oppor especially for Coughs Colds Croup and tunities of meeting the most distinguish Â¬ Whooping Cough For sale by A It ed personages of tho day and his suave Fisher Oloverport Ky and Kincheloe and courtly manner and his cleverness MeadorA Co Ilardinsburg Ky and alertness In anticipating the wishes of guests havo won for him tho disMass Convention tinction of a popularity us widot prcad as There will bo a maps convention of tho it is well deserved Democratic party held at Ilardinsburg on Tho Willard is as attractive to b iilal Monday April 10 ISO I for the purpose couples as it Is to politicians and tho of appointing delegates to representllreek sumptuous parlors havo been the scenes enridgo county in tho Democratic Con of more weddings than any church in vention of the Second Appellate District tho city and it is upon these seekers ofter on Thursday Anil It 1891 to bo held bliss hymeniul that Mr Jones beams at Bowling Green Ky ami to transact with especial benignity for ho is nn such other business thereto enthusiast on the subject of matrimony I R Mc nn ay Chairman and well ho may be for he had tho good fortune several years since to bo married Not Off the Track to Miss Molllo It Tucker of Louisville Hoit Ky Jan 20 1891 Editor noted for her lovliness in that city famed BiinKEsmiKiK Nuns It has beon re Â¬ for lovely women and their marriage ported in various places that I am out of has been one of ideal happiness tho race for County Clerk Such report To his other virtues Mr Jones adds is absolutely false and without any shad Â¬ that of being a subscriber to the ISukck ow of truth I uui in the race to stay knuuxie News and fir to many years Please give this a place in your paper bo that ho can not recall the time when it that I may 1m righted before tho public has not been a welcome visitor to his Yours truly homo Ikn Cash mvn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr IOW8VIMK Ky Mnrcli II 1891 Alexander V Jones chief clerk of The Willard Hotel Louisville Kentuckyis the veteran hotel clerk of that city not on account of agefor he is yet n young man but by virtue of service he having been a hotel clerk for twenty one years on March 21 1891 Mr Jones may be said to liave been born into the hotel business having been ushered into existence on Novem- Â¬ ber 13 185G in a hotel In Ilardinsburg Ky of which his father A W Jones was proprietor Upon his fathers death he though a mere boy assisted his mother in dispensing hotel hospitality and after her retirement to her country home he accepted a position ollered him in Iuisville ami on March 21 1S73 arrived in that city to begin his notable career as hotel clerk with the famous Colonel Jos IJ Alexander who has been justly titled the King of Kentucky The farmers are very busy turning the inhabitants soil piuparing for a corn crop The territory named in tho bill em It Itnnduraut candidate for deputy braces the city of New York Ixnig Island sheriff was hi town this week City the county of Kings tho county of Mrs Anna Rhodes and children wcro Richmond the towns of West Chester the guests of Mrs Crutcher Friday Flushing Newton and Jamaica those Mr and Mrs Bill Tuell visited in portions of tho towns of East Chester Ureckenridge a few days last week and Iolham which He southerly of a Mrs Kato Crutcher and family attend Â¬ straight line drawn from tho point where ed church at Garnettsvillo Sunday tho northerly lineo the city of New York Mr Bud Lewis of Gainettsvllle was metts the centre line of the Bronk River here Friday on his way home from tho to the middle of the channel between Hunters and Glen Islands in Long Is- Â¬ sale land Sound and that part of the town of II C Hunting candidate for which is westerly of a for County Judge was here Thurs Â¬ Hempstead straight line drawn from tho southeast day erly point of the town of Flushing II II Harrington candidate for re- Â¬ through the middlo of tho channel election as Jailer was in town this between Hockaway Beach and Shelter week Island to tho Atlantic Ocean Master Felix Meyer of lluras is vis- Â¬ The various parts contribute in area iting Ills sister Mrs Bill Tuell and Mrs and population to the proposed Greater Dr Miles New York as follows Area Mr Will Irathr and wife were the Square Miles lnpulatlan guests of Mr and Mrs G II Miles last New York city JSS5 iSaJ7i9 Sunday yJ7flSS llrooklyn JSw IJ6J5 5v It Willett candidate for County flalltiish J riatlamls 4134 ia79 Clerk noselectlonering in this vicinity Â¬ Â¬ Tho Greater New York contemplated by tho bill which lias passed tho Assem Â¬ bly will cover 111777 square miles and contain by the latest counts 2 900 79 G1WRAI n JH 9 O 3MHHHH 0Tv immm 1 rfnTTvnTi II I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiMiiKiHSaE9KflMi FREE FOR J jTT cnui--- L ir VrSTiV Ifc - I THE Ak10 fAS it fmfw Ill rH v I jl Tenner rVmcrcanwatcn American Lever Movement BOYS FREE FREE FREE FREE Boys and 12 worth ot goods A L pmmicr 2Vm mz5ar KLEINHANS NICKEL OR BLACK CASE Guaranteed and Accurate Time kccpt r Nickel plated or Oxidized Chain and Charm with each Watch great chance to get a warranted American Watch Absolutely Free We aro presenting this Watch and Chain to every little fellow that is equipped intmr Childrens Clothing Department this Spring and to every peison who buys card is given with your first purchase and when tho purchases amount to 12 tho watch and chain and charm aro yours Purchases may bo made in any department of the house all at ono timo or at different times bringing tho purchase card with you overy timo or sending it by mail Bicycles Base BalU and Bats also given to our to get tho amount of your purchase punched out boy friends M v it ff ft Lowest Prices This houso has long had tho repu- Â¬ tation of selling at lower prices than any other estab Â¬ lishment in tho country Farmers Home Journal 3VC Market bet this week Altera three weeks visit in Gurnetls iravesend New Utrecht Iticlimnml comity West Chcklir Hinge Iart Kist Clicstir Ullage iciyfi A SHOE and 4 th S41S 70 5777 1550 9119 U 1u id 029 4611 and 5th Sts MM OT CLOTHING- CO - SIMONSON The Largest The Mammoth Shoe and Clothing Company is tho largest Clothing and Shoo Houso in tho South Our readers can depend on fair treatment -Western Kccorder i LOUISVILLE KY Iarl Ielhun villi riushiriK IM S Part llemptteiil Jamaca Long Uland City Newton Jamaica Hay 2o5 17N1 luSoi I7 M44 I5I U5 714 3131 30506 17 546 3513 31777 J065795 Total Estimated The bill now in the Legislature simply provides for taking the sense of tho voters in tho prescribed territory on tho consolidation question Tho ballots shall rcadfor consolidationandagainst consolidation and shall be deemed and taken as an expression of the voters as tho case may bo in favor of or against tho scheme The vote is to bo taken at the next general election and on tho returns filed with the Secretary of State that official shall make and file in his oflice a certificate of tho result of tho vote in each of the cities villages towns ilc There has been constant agitation in recent years for tho consolidation of Now York Brooklyn and sonic of the adjacent villages The scheme is broadened in this measure till it embraces practically everything in sight It is well to tako tho sense of the people If they so elect New York will be the second city of tho world in population Iondon alone ex- Â¬ celling with 4211401 Paris now second with i447957 will bo third and followed by Canton Berlin Chicago Tokio Vienna and Philadelphia in the order named the only cities requiring soven figures to express their population Utica Herald Well that de- Â¬ Whats in a name pends For instance tho name ofAyer is sufficient guaranteo that Ayers Sarsa parilla is a genuine scientific blood purifier and not a sham like so much that goes by the naino of sarsaparilla Ayers Sarsaparilla is the standard A New Peach Mr D L Talbot of EllzabethtownKy lias originated a lata October peaclt that is pronounced by experienced horticulturists to be tho tlnest lato poach on earth It is a beautiful cling seedling flno size and color and a most delicious eating peach Mr Talbot has a small A Very Light Lunch number of trees now ready for setting My eyo I but I am First Cannibal which ho has reduced in price from one hungry dollar to fifty cents each and is ready to Second Cannibal Why you just had fill orders ut once your lunch First Cannibal Yes but all I had Or Prices Cream Baking Powder was one dude Judge Worlds Pair tllghMt Award Â¬ Â¬ Ayera Cherry 1ectoral jiosbcssea jxnv erful healing qualities which manifest themselves whenever this remedy Is em ployed in colds coughs throat or lung troubles Its anodyne and expectorant effects are promptly realized It is a chemical success and a medical triumph tem was introduced has been short tho Address DuBols A Webb 500 Fourth results attained havo been mora than street Louisville Ky satisfactory The cooperation of tho gov- Â¬ 8iy3end for circulars free ernor and secretary and geologist of each Btatoln tho union of railroad officials Threo days is a very short timo in PERSIMMON FLAT to euro a bad case of rheumatism and of other persons has been obtained which but it can bo done if the proper treat- Â¬ and they show a warm Interest in tho Wo are having some wet weather now ment is adopted as will bo scon by tho work With alt tho advantages attendant following from James Lambert of Now Miss Nannie Johnson and Miss Llllio I was badly afllictcd upon good country roads it is somewhat Whoroy of Hitos Run has boon visÂ¬ Brunswick III with rheumatism in tho hips and legs remarkable that the subject has received iting relatives in this vicinity for tho Â¬ when I bought a bottlo of Chamberlains so little attontton at the hands of our lo post week cal etato and national officials It la to Pain Balm It cured mo in threo davs Quite a crowd attended prayer meet Â¬ will ro- I am all right to day and would insist on bo hoped that Secretary Morton celye tho encouragement of people of all ing at Ilttea Run fiom this place Wed overy ono who is afllictcd with that terri Â¬ Actlvo interest is shown by ncsday night ble disease to use Chamberlains Pain classes We learn that Jack Walker who lias tho railroads generally Special reduced Balm and get well at once CO cent of lie rail- Â¬ been very low for somo time with con- Â¬ bottles for sale by A II Fisher Clover rates are offered by many roads and a tabulated statement of tho sumption is no better port Ky and Kincheloe Meador A Co Miss Nannlo Johnson Miss Llllie various concessions in shipment rates on Ilardinsburg Ky road building material by a largo num Â¬ Whorley of HitasRun and Misa Lucy Our Gem Shirts have arrived choice ber of companies lias ben prepared Johnson of this place were tho guests 60 cents at Babbages fit Taut Globe of Miss Katie and Evu King Monday The Human Machine In tho human body there are about 2GG bones Tho muscles aro about 500 in number Tho length of tho alimen- Â¬ tary canal is about 112 feet An exchango adds that tho amount of blood in an adult averages thirty pounds or fully one fifth of the entire weight Tho heart is six inches in length and four inches in diameter and beats 70 times per minute 1200 times per hour 100800 times per day t0702C00 per yea- - 1501 140000 in three scoro years and ten and in each beat two and one half ounces of blood aro thrown out of it 175 ounces per min- Â¬ ute HJo pounds per hour and seven and three quarter tons per day All tho blood in the body passes through the heart In three minutes This little organ pumps each day what Is equal to lifting 122 tons one foot high or ono ton 122 feet high The lungs will contain about ono gallon of air at their UBual degreo of Wo breatho on an average inflation 1200 times per hour inhale GOO gallons of uir 24000 per day Tho aggregate surface of tho air cells of tho lungs ex ceeds 20000 square Miches an area near Â¬ ly equal to the lloor of a room 12 feet square Tho average weight of tho brain of an adult male is threo pounds eight ounces of a female two pounds four ounces California Democrat Â¬ J 0 BOUUNE J M HAHPER A COOK BOOK FREE DANIEL BH00K3 is the title of a Table and Kitchen new cook book published by the Irico BOURNE CO BROOKS Baking Powder Company Chicago Just at this time it will bo sent free if The Secretary of Agriculture Is you write a postal mentioning tho Brec This book has been KENniDUE News Endeavoring to Improve tried by ourselves and is one of tho very Them best of its kind Besides containing CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP over 100 receipts for all kinds of pastry and homo cookery there are many hints Wants tho Co operation of State for the tablo and kitchen showing how BOURBON STOCK YARDS KY LOUISVILl to set a table how to enter tho dining Officials and Ha Should room etc a hundred and one hints in overy branch of tho culinary art Cook- Â¬ Havo It ery of the very finest and richest as well wwerUeadache Wakefulness LoitM ii ljoodNlKlitlr Emissions Nenoin nesaoll drains and loss of powerlnUeiieratlre Organs of either sex canted as oftho most economical and homelike DTOTereimlon youthful error ezcesslro uso of tobacco opium or stim Â¬ ulants wlilculoadtolnHrmltT Consumption or Insanity Can be is provided for Iteiuenibcr Table ami In vest DOCkflt HlnrhmflfnHft hv mntl n unnlrt WthUf carried I nfciA RAILROADS WILL HELP Joive a written Bimrnnteelo cure or refund Die tn ney Bold brail Kitchen will be sent postago prepaid LilrUKfflsts Ask forlt tako nnother WrilA fnrfnuMMliMl linnkianutd MUUUIt A1U illtll IblMJ InnlalnWraDDOr Alldnu1IEUVeRellfOUnuinTninla rnran to any lady Bonding her address name KorsalelnCloverportKTbr A IU F1SUKU ana by C C MAUT1N Druggists to n and state plainly given A copy An impression fceins to prevail in in German or Scandinavian will be sent NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC many quarters that tho work accom- Â¬ if desired Postal card is as good as let- Â¬ ter Address Prico Baking Powder Co plished by the agricultural department Breckenridge Circuit Court At a Bargain to tho right man of tho national government relates to Chicago 111 J V Heeler Plff vs the Old Ueliablo In Eiultjr and benefits only the farmers of tho com Taj lor Heard Xe Defts munity No greater error could exUt What the Olergy Say About All persons having clalmi against the late While its purpose is primarily to the ad ilrra of Heard 3c Ile ler of Ilardinsburg Ky -- THE aro requested to file the same with ine properly vantage of tho agricultural class much of verified as required by law on or before the its work is of such a nature as to coufer 1st day of May 1894 also all persons Indebt Â¬ ed to the above named firm are requested to Good 8tne dam everlasting power benefits of far greater value upon tho call at my office In Ilardinsburg Ky at once urban population and doing a good business All in and settle same and save costs The work undertaken by tho depart The members of tbe above said firm are tub first class order For particulars Joined and restrained by order ol court fr iru ment in tho interest of good country making any collections roads is an illustration in point Itov Itohert M Barrett Baptist Serai of the above laid firm or adjusting anv claims address or apply to There has been a universal demand nary Louisville Ky MATTHIAS MILtER Receiver I gladly add among tho farmers for tho improvement ray testimonial to that of many witnesses Appointed by the Breckenridge Circuit Court W CARY Alarcn 3d ltlVl of tho highways by means of which for tho Klectropoisc Besides other ser- Â¬ Clifton Mills Ky thoy obtained access to tho markets for ious troubles I have cured a sovere at- Â¬ As a rule tho roads tack of la grippo In one nights treat- Â¬ their produce have been but mlscrablo apologies They ment Park Oihsity Pills will reduce your weight have consisted simply of ronton cut PEKM1M2NTLY from la to 15 poundsa month Itov W W Bruce Hustoiiville Ky M STAUVINO sickness or Injury HO PUIJ through tho su face of tho country grat With tho Klectropoiso I have cured a IIOITV I hey build up the health and beautl ly the complexion leaving NO WKINKLES or ded only so far as to overcome tho most bad casj of opium habit in less than two rfabblniss STOUT AIlUDMKNS and dlthcult jagged inequalities sol lorn graveled or months time tho patient now has n breathing surely relieved J0 EXPERIMENT but a scientinc and positive rcllcl adopted only macadamized and always subject to deslro for the drug All orders sunnlled after vears of exnerlence direct from our office fj package overflow in times of freshet and gener-Â¬ Editorial from Central Methodist or three packages for Price by 00 per postpaid coo mail ally impassable by reason of mud iu wet Catlettsburg Ky Itov A Meek Editor Testimonials and particulars sealed lets 1 weather Even in dry weather the dust f Unless ten thousand men mainly pro- Â¬ All Correspondence Strictly Confidential has been frequently so deep as to be al- Â¬ fessional mon lawyors doctors editors PARK REMEDY CO Boston Mass most as great a hindrance to trafic as preachers and all classes IncluJIng the Tho result has been wiiter aro very much mistaken tho mud would bo L that farmers could carry but small loads Electropolso effects cures gives relief of their produce to market and tho ex where all other remedies havo failed peuso of transportation has subtracted especially is It efficacious in delicate largoly from their earnings feeble women Ourpresont Secretary of Agriculture Itov Geo II Means Covington Ky had dovoted much ot his timo and atten- Â¬ In ono nights timo the Electropoiso tion previous to his occupancy of the rolioved mo of braiii congestion and ver- Â¬ position to investigations of the subject tigo My wife was relioved of a severe To tell you to bo euro and eeo in question Ho had collected many val Â¬ attack of neuralgia in ono hour uable statistics and by a comparison of Rev John I Rogers Danville Ky our stock of new tho results obtained from agriculture A kinswoman of mine who was appar- Â¬ Office with Dr J T Owen East hero and In Erauce Belgium arid Ger- Â¬ ently rapidly sinking Into the grave sufÂ¬ Unit of IlrltlvTe many where much attention is bestow Â¬ fering with sciatic rheumatism and in at All kinds of Dental work done and latli ed upon country roads ho had arrived extreme pain day and night in a ery taction guaranteed at tho conclusion that tho farming class Bcforo you placo your Spring order short timo obtained freedom from all could derive no more substauciat ben Â¬ pain walks without crutch or cane and Wo havo thorn from 3 cents asingltj efits than through n systematic effort to declares that she is well It is a mystery improvo tho avenues of communication to me almost a mircle roll up to 25 cents Samples and Book How lo between the farm and tho market cities Paper mailed riiKE Rev W F Wyatt Morning Yiuw Ky Tho agents of the department wero in- Â¬ I began to improve from the tlrst apHandsome Paper So structed to oncourage tho improvement -- 60 Ollt Paper plication of the wonder working gem of these thorougfan s both by private Ollt Paper 10c my general health is better than it has enterprise and through the regularly Bmboid Ooldl3c been in years I believe It to ha a God p ln Border 2eyd Although constituted road overseers given 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