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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ttajlKr4lifiMwrity - v t v m i v HKnMBIiaBaBHeB9iiSaB99BMBMH fTyr H MIHMMMnMiMMMMMMMMIBMMm - fm t v-r 1 JjLJjj VOL BREOKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY XVIII TIMES i APRIL 18 1894 NO 39 i if i HARD - H UNION STAR BRECKINRIDGE Tho Now York- Sun and Sovoral Othor Womon Roviowtho Nasty Damago Suit - A Citizen of Clovorport Expresses Somo ldoa8 as to What Causos Thorn And Suggosts Somo Remedios That Might Provo Boneficial if Adopted THE COMMONWEAL CITIZEN f t i- - vm m m rAjj t 5 Iff- 3 1 r v Clovkm oht Ky April 12 1892 News of distress In business and of labor trou bles now comes from almost all foreign countries as well as our own What is tbo cause of tbis situation and why docs it extend over all tho world is a question of grave- inquiry The cause ought to be traced out and if it comes from one common cause as the Repub- Â¬ licans say it does tho world ought to know it and hereafter avoid such a calamitous situation It ought now to bo clear to all observ- Â¬ ing men that there is such an intimate connection between nations in business matters that tho trade and labor systems of the onu cannot bo seriously effected without injury to the other Tho old idea was that if ono nation could oppress ciipple and injuro another it itself would prosper the moro thereby But economical writers showed to the world that such a doctrino was most absurd It is stated and it is true that tho richer and more prosperous a nation is tho better it is for its neighbors This is true because it has a larger surplus to exchange for other products and its wants arc greater It docs not require a profound thinker to bco that wealth in a country is better than povo rty and that it is moro profita- Â¬ ble to trade with a prosperous active thrifty nation than with a lazy poverty stricken one It follows then that if wo cannot trade with other nations they cannot trade with us And as wo mutually depend in some degree on one another bad times in ono will causo the same in the other If ono man for any cause beÂ¬ comes so situated that he cannot buy and has nothing to sell he as far as trade is concerned is at a stand still If wo extend the samo rulo from one Individual ta a community the effect will be the same And if wo still extend it to a na Â¬ tion the rule will not change From this it is evident that all civilized commercial people arc so dependent ono upon the other that a serious crisis in one effects tho other and the wider it extends tho more injurious the situa- Â¬ tion becomes For tho last fifteen or twenty years many European nations as well as the United States have- - done alt they could in tho way of law making to cause them- Â¬ selves and their neighbors injury Thoy have tried by laws to restrict trade aud by onerous taxes placed heavy burdens on the products of labor Under the pretense of protecting labor they have limited tho number of those who pur- Â¬ chase the products of labor by placing a tax upon them This rule has been pursued in Germany Holland Italy Spain and in somo degree in France and the samo result has followed as with us 4It seems high time that wo were following another rule If we cost asido all these restrictions and leaye trade to find its own channel and enterprise o pursue its own course we will escape many of the troubles wo now havol Whonever rye disturb tho natural order of tilings in tbis world wo may expect abnormal conditions to fol- Â¬ low Tho idea that a nation of people can find a home market for all they produce is ridiculous They would not be any better off if they did and unless they can produce more ban the homo market can consume thoy will not bo prosperous If a armor or a mechanic can only produce whatho requires for his home consumption and has nothing to sell in order to buy what others produce theu he will remain poor But whenover ho produces more than he can consume and has a surplus besides for general markets ho is pros- Â¬ perous The samo rule applies to a na Â¬ tion aud in tho same way let us not only taoko enough for homo but some Â¬ thing to oxchango with other nations Koruove tho obstructions that now exist and exchange products with pros- Â¬ perous nations and becomo rich For instance level tho tariff on the articles that aro consumed alike by tho laboring classes and the rich Make ono law effecting one citizen equal to another in this world as it is In tho next and you will not hear of armies of common weal tramps tramping over tho country If these persons would go home and try to produce something to eat and wear and something to sell they woql iComn nearer revolutionizing the world and nearer fulfilling the office for which they Citizen were created Â¬ - Squire It B Cox was in Ilardinsburg lasC neck attending court Misses llirdio and Kxle French attend Â¬ ed church at Sliiloh Sunday Sir Hughes Frymiro of Preston was a guest of Miss Ilichnrdson Sunday Mr J J Severs of Valley Station was at homo a few days this week Mr and Mrs J A Hay nes visited Mr Jos Skillman at Clovorport last week Mr J T Jenkins of Louisville was n guest at Mr D S Richardsons Sunday Rev Wm English delivered a sermon at Sliiloh Sunday to an appreciative audience Mrs Sara Bruner and Miss Eliza Brasliear visited relatives near Preston last week Miss Malissa Cnshman returned from Hitos Run Sunday where-- sho was tho guest of Mrs Wm Hawkins Mr and Mrs Dlx of Roberts Bottom were guests of Mis P M Beard and Mrs D S Richardson Thursday Mr and Mrs Robt French and son Emery of Roberts Bottom spent Satur- Â¬ day and Sunday with Mr and Mrs I Crosson Mrs Thompson of New Albany Indj returned to her home last week after an extended visit to her daughter Mrs Sam IVORY RACKET Just opened out in my littlo Bkh C STORE kt Hive a complete stock of And Roast Mrs Bullitt for Taking tho Part of tho Silvor Tonguod Statosman THE CODE OF MORALS Drugs Fancy and 50AP Staple Groceries fi 99Voo PURE j- Cashman Messrs L T Roberts of Roberts Bot- Â¬ tom and Jno M Frymlre of Preston were entertained at D S Richardsons Saturday Mr and Mrs W B Gardner and son of Chenault spent a few days in town last week the guests of Mr and Mrs E B Gardner Miss Mattie Milner of Bethel College Hopkinsvllle returned Tuesday after a brief visit to her parents Dr and Mrs Wm Milner Mrs Hendry and daughter Paulino of Raymond returned homo after a few days visit to her parents Mr and Mrs K B Gardner Mr and Mrs Percy Beard and daught erMary Franklin and Miss Bessie Beard of Ilardinsburg aro guests at Mr and Mrs D S Richardsons Mr and Mrs E A Richardson and daughter Sara Ellen returned to their home in Louisville Sunday after a visit to their parents Mr and Mrs D S Richardson Dr and Mrs Wm L Milner Sara E Richardson Etta English Bettie Leo Dix Messrs R T and A B Cashman and Harvey English attended church at Shiloh Sunday Hoods and Only Hoods Are you weak and weary overworked and tired Hoods Sarsaparilla is just tho medtcino you need to purify and quicken your blood and to give you ap Â¬ petite and strength If you decide to take Hoods Sarsaparilla do not bo induced to buy any other Any effort to substitute anothor remedy is proof of the merit of Hoods Â¬ Hoods Pills aro the best after dinner Pills assist digestion Try a box euro headache PISGAH Mr A B Orom has moved to tho Tar Springs Miss Ffora Ryan has returned home from Union Star Mr Thomas Mason and wifo have moved to Henderson Ky Mr Maso Hawkins is suffering Beverly with an absess of tho back Mr Ansylum Hewberry had a Btroke of paralysis ono day last week Dr Dempster of Rock Valo was called last Sunday to seo Maso Hawkins Rev I Duncan preached a vory inter estintr sermon at Pistrah church last Sun- tlay There will bo Sabbath school at Pisgah church every Sunday evoning at 3 oclock Mr R A Pates littlo son Curtis was gored by an angry steer ono day lost week and severely hurt Worth 910 a Tear tor Nuws 4 18M Em Inclosed find one dollar for News and If it wero five dollais a year I would take the paper Any time I neglect to remit notify me for tho paper is worth ton times tile amount to me Yours Mt Veunok Ind April G A MoORMANl H la tM when Dr Fenner as seru bis Qoldea Ke-Â¬ ller cures Inflamma Â¬ tion In any form and as wellwhen given In 5 drop doses en a lump of sugar once In 1 hours In sow a Doctor ICithicvpMUyof The more Chamberlains Cough rem Â¬ edy is used the better it Is llkod We know of no other remedy that always vivas satisfaction i It1 is coed when yen Is goojifwhn your first oatch oold eougn is seaieuauu youriungs sore 11 We le good in any kind of a cough kiva sold twiintv flve doaen of It and UlfMrtloJi very bottle has given Friedman druggist Mlnne the army of oonsumptlTee to continue their Madman soU LakHJMInni 60 cent taqttlea lor tqobetruetthe progress of fee grim tie reiW1 tDrt Feeler eboosee the ssaaly by A R FUKer Clovwport Ky nd mm aa arooUa or mineral poisoBs omni uo mniiMburg MeaOor 4 oartaiB Naver diaSDOolnta UMiaBMspaoaKineueloe AA TT- - I fat iloeo euros I a Orlpjx- - ii HmrmawHUMr nally in rrttB cuts fci and t fJ lbrufes trTlnff burns to Mt Hn la for himself MV bard Vareed money of the no prom nonnie He ts trying to play bis Ueslm E lbllltlaa poor He noa the uniortuna wily Ha would thinks the bold assertion will win proflt out of the mlifortunea of the weak and He knows the dread of the grate afflicted and that the linking man wUl oatch at straws etc eto well this la oulte an Indictment uttered by misanthropist the evil the pessimist wtslwjiaet the the door Dr Finns Is aware erU oe put wioa ispuvf uj wat lM aeMiBientwi tfcose TwieSaft lealousvof bis sues fit ks tfeda hid bVsltitel lose before cesHlng U fake the people fcto UoaSdente and tell the truth It has made blm delay until he sould prove over and oyer agatn that be was right be Â¬ fore going ahead Now that bexnawihe Is right tSbsU he be saanly and have tUe pouwge of his IUJtt iS I bronchitis fat throat and consumption as when applied exter Â¬ VfJ rsTgunrbUiB -- j The New York Sun reviews Mrs Cuthbert Bullitts remarkable card on tho Hrcckinridgo caso The editorial Is bended An Undeserved Feminine De Â¬ fense Tho Sun says Mrs Cuthbert Bullitt of Kentucky exhorts the women of that State not to bo too hard on Col Dreckinridgo Sho asks for him consideration at their hands on the samo ground that it waa asked by his counsel at Washington namely that he was tho victim of of a smooth Â¬ tongued siren and with a mans passion which is different from a womans he could not tear himself from her The condemnation which listens to no excuse or palliation sho would visit The moral of on Miss Pollard nlono the case iu her view is that women do not punish such an offences in a woman severely enough Let the ladies bo sterner with their own sex she says and such disgraceful things as tho Breckinridge caso will in the future bo unknown Sho thus imposes on women a moral obligation different from that to which sho holds men on tho plea that tho discrimination is justified by tho difference in thoir passions Undoubtedly this discrimination is often mado by women There is a fem Â¬ inine disposition to extcnuato in men a licontiousness which thoy rofusa utter- Â¬ ly to tolerate in womon Thus they aro already stern toward their on sex but lenient to men That this sternness could hardly bo mado any sterner is proved by Mrs Bullitts tenderness toÂ¬ ward Col Breckinridgo and her uncompromising denunciation of Miss Pollard The woman knew tho man was married she says and therefore sho was a brazen But to Col Breckinridge who brute also knew he was married sho has no term of indignant reproach to apply She insists that something is duo him in spite of his perfidy but slio has no Tho infer- Â¬ toleration for Miss Pollard ence from her letter is that a man is a brute naturally and necessarily but a woman can mako herself a bruto only by violating and outraging her natural instincts It is that discrimination in favor of men rather than any failure of women to be sufficiently stern with their own sexwhich incites such disgraceful things as the Breckenrldge case and it will continue to incite them in tho fu- Â¬ ture A cowardly man takes advantage of this feminine disposition to palliato masculine depravity on the theory that it is natural In man Such a base fol- Â¬ low is always ready to defend himself by saying that the woman tempted mo that ho was lead astray by a smooth- Â¬ tongued siren and with a mans passion which is different from a womans ho could not tear himself from her Tho distinction however is justified neltlior in morals nor by the constitution of man It cannot bo accepted without destroying tho safeguards of society If licentiousness in men is excusable be Â¬ cause of It whenever they yield t6 any other of their brutal instincts thoy aro equally defensible Jt makes of men savages who aro not amenable to the moral law and restricts the obligations of that law and its enforcement to wo- Â¬ men If women do not koep men straight by keeping straght themselves it makes the Iniquity pf men pardonable It is merciful toward a mans infidelity but the woman with whom ho offends it denounces unmercifully as a brazen brut who knew ho could uot marry her But ho knew also that he could not marry her and moreover hB had solemnly pledged himself to fidelity to his wife while his paramour was free from the pledgo of marriage and was under obligation to tho general moral law only Mrs Bullitt is all wrong about men They are fully as capable as women of obeying their moral and civil obligations They aro no less capable of solfrestralnt and society advances from savagery so far as they exerclso that capability Tho institution of marriage established in barbarism oven is for the protection of men no less than womon and its obliga- Â¬ tions rest on them equally It la the center about which tho social organisa Â¬ tion is built up and an outrago against it whether committed by a woman or by a man Is a capital offense against so Â¬ A man might ciety as all men knqw as well oxpect excuse for yielding to uny Other brutal impulse punishable by tho law of society as to oxpect palliation of his perfidy in tho marriage relation If hocann6t 6ontroI his brutal passions un- Â¬ der criminal temptation ho is not fit to Ho ought to be abroad in civilization be lockedup u a wild man dangerous to society If ljo shows JiUbscH to bo a beBt in hkiwclviousneW Snore espec ially in spUe of tho obligations and tho protection of marriage he is unfit for as- Â¬ sociation with decent women So far from deserving extenuation because ho UT male being ho deserves the severer If a mans passion la dif punishment ferent from a womans And naturally the more destructive the more it needs to be ourbed by social punishment for jte disorderly display It should be -- Â¬ W TV Y - as SL i lL a Ladies and Gents Furnishings Mens Tailorings Farming Machinery a Specialty I underbuy because I can I undersell because I will - FOR CLOTHES Tlil PTOOTCrt a OAMOLF CO CINT1 kept tho moro closely in check by so ciety tho less disposed lie himself is to hold It in restrninti Instead of the lesson of the Breckin ridgo trial being as Mrs Bullitt draws it that ladies should bo stumer with their own sex it is therefore that they should be sterner with men Feminlno depravity is innocuous except so far as it is supplemented by the depravity of man which is usually its original cause By holding men up to their moral obli Â¬ gations strictly womon will bo relieved from the necessity of boing sterner By excusing in with their own sex men a moral rottenness which they make disgraceful and Intolerable in a women they neutralize to a largo extent the beneficial effects of their condem nation of fetninino corruption They encourage tho multiplication by men of tho smooth tongued sirens who mako willing victims of men Moreover no man worthy of tho name would ask or accept mercy for himself which was denied to tho wo Â¬ He men with whom he had offended would not mako tho falso and cowardly and contemptible plea that ho had been led astray by her rather than gone wrong himself All men know that they aro not entitled to any such discrimination in their favor but that tho great prepon Â¬ derance of tho culpability rests on their own shoulders mrs nuiiirrs hekenck Editor of Tho Sun Sir I wish to thank you for your honorable and help- Â¬ ful treatment of tho present womans suffrago movomont and for tho stand you take in all that pertains to tho ad vancement of women I thank you par- Â¬ ticularly for your just and vigorous edi- Â¬ torial article of this morning It de- Â¬ serves to go into every homo in tho country I refer of course to tho ar- Â¬ ticle An Undeserved Feminlno De- Â¬ fence It is a long step in the right di- Â¬ rection Ono of the crying needs of tho time is that mon bo judged by tho same moral standard as women are judged by and tho advancement of women means this with may other things In Mrs Bullitts letter sho has dis graced herself and ono may fairly say sho has disgraced her Stato if sho is a representative woman of Kentucky Katp It Butler 22 Harrison st Brooklyn March 31 Editor of Tho Sun Sir If Col Breck- Â¬ inridgo is not lying now he must have lied when ho vouched for the good character of this most unfortunate girl when he secured for a government ap Â¬ If ho is telling tho truth pointment now something should by dono to pro- Â¬ tect tho decent women working in Washington in the employ of our Gov- Â¬ ernment for their dally bread Certainly things have come to a pret- Â¬ ty pass if an Immoral Congressman can put his mistress for such Breckinridge says she was into n department to asso Â¬ ciate with somo of bur best bred and best born women who really struggle hard to support themsejves and their families in an honest way Breckinridgo is too well known in his own Stato to succeed in making any one Tho there beliovo ho was led astray idea is an absurdity for ho was old in sin when ho met this girl Â¬ I am going to give my customers as near a hundred cents worth for the All Mighty Dollar as any other house in tho country I am going to tear tho Old High Tariflcr into carpet rags I am going to grind tho Old Hundred Percenter into srfusage meat I hear tho old Regulars singing Shoddy Stuff I will sell Auction Trash hut como and get somo of tho henefit in my Sledge Hammer Prices you goods 50 per cent cheaper than tho house which buys of runners and makes their customers pay that runners expense and buy on eternal time Compare my fcledgohunimcrs with these of other concerns G L liURCII Proprietor Mooleyville Ky Nicest Torchon Laces aud nicest Edging Representing one the best concerns in lowest prices Nicest Inscrtlngs all prices and qualities the East I can show you sample suits of 5 per cent cheaper than any other all tho latest Clay Worsteds Serges and liciise fit If measure Ladles Vests prices according to quality Kcrsies Guaranteed a is not correct and uot an exact duplicate I give bargains in this lino Best Hose both Domestic aud Imported of Sample suit Ill not want you to tako Come and seo for yourself what dmes want to treat every one tho suit as ri ht Best Patent Socks 1 for J5c These goods are of good value guaran Â¬ Best Lisle Socks 15 to 5c teed according to price paid I tnko Best N Y Mills LnundercdShirts 25 nor your measure and you have a perlect fit cent cheaper than elsewhere 50 iOc otherwise you arc not expected to Best Unlaunderod Shirts 50 and GO cts take the suit Best Working Shirts 35 and 50 cts Come and examine and Ill make you Best 4 ply Linen Collars oil styles and prices that will suit you always tho latest 10c 3 for 23c Yours Truly Best 4 ply Cuff per pair 20c Best Cuff supporters per pair 10c G L HUKC1I latest cuts in Neckwear Bust Silk wide ends only 25 and 35 cts Nicest Cravats 10 and 15 cts d ties 25 and 35 cts Nlist 1 dozen Collar Buttons bone 5 cts Best Elastic Sleeve supporters only 5 cts 4 nico Percalo ties for 5 cts Tub 1itiDE of the Hall Outkittkh G L 11URCII 1 Ladies Gents Furnishings Tailoring Groceries Etc Best Granulated sugar 18 and 20 lbs for 100 Best grades C sugar 20 lbs for 00 Fancy Groceries are cheaper in propor Â¬ 1 tion Farming Machinery Sole agents for all kinds of Farming Gents Wants Implements Best 1 horse plow all steel 3 00 Best 1 horse Double Shovel 210 All plows kept In stock Special prices ou Binders and Twino Best Binding Twine at 0 cts per lb Best Sisal at 8J cts per lb Sole agent for the Buckeye Pony Binders and Mowers Como aud examine my stork I shall bo pleased to give you prices and the very lowest in this line Everything kept in a first class Drug Four-in-Han- store Terms spot cash or produce Cm L HUKCII Nothing but good Goads carried in stock and these are sold at Btich a low price that will attract the Como These goods xemcinbcr aro not shop worn but fresh clean stock attention of close buyers Como and and you will got suited in anything legitimately belonging to a slock of iirst class goods Will do tho right thing by all my cuftomeiH and you will find prices as well as goods always right Terms spot cash or produce friends Q K BURGH ILvdloolesr ville ZECst PRESTON Mr Thos Broody and Miss Lena Gilliland cainu from Chenault last Sun day Master Clarence McGlothan of Irving ton is the guest of his cousin Bud Gilliland Mrs Sallio Bruner and Miss Eliza Brasliear of Union Star wero hero a part of last week visiting tho sick Mr Andrew Greenwell an aged cit Â¬ izen of Andyville expired on tho fourth inst and was buried the day following Mrs Newton McGlothan of Irvingtou and Mrs Barnoy Gilliland of Home are in attoudanco at their mothers sick bed Messrs John Lewis and Chas O Gra Â¬ ham wero in Brandenburg last week on business concerning tho school in their district We are sorry to state that Mrs Evo Brasliear Is suffering from a relapse of her Illness and unless a change- for the bettor occurs in a short time her recovery will be impossible Mr Wm Frymlro is completely rev- Â¬ olutionizing tho old Thomes Brasliear farm Ho with tho help of his assiduous little wife is putting everything in com plete shape and style Mrs G A Hendry and little Pauline spent last weok with Mrs Hendrys par- Â¬ ents at Union Star Sandy thouglt one horse wouldnt pull thafimmonso baby so ho had to hitch two horses to the buggy Wo learn with reg et that Bro Martin pattor of Raymond church has decided to emigrate to Texas his former homo consequently tho mission meeting that was to havo been held tho last of tho month has been abandoned Well well well I have heard of men gutting their head gear mixed aud mis- Â¬ placed but this is tho first caso in my inomury in wnich ludits have been the participants Mrs Barnoy Frymiro used to bo tho possessor of a very neat littlo black bonnet but its place has been tak Â¬ en by a usurper in the shapo of anothor black bonnet belonging to somo un- Â¬ Imagine Aunt Jaues known party feelings on being obliged to wear an ex trctnoly long tolled bonnet when she Is Now bunty ones vory partial to Aunt Jane dont fret about it you aro the better off In quantity if not In quality by the oxchango and we hope that tho other innocent party will ascertain tho mistake in a few days and our own bonnet be ence more relegated to your hood But let mo give you a pointer right here have jour monogram emblazoned ir conspicuous letters on it when it is returned to prevent a repetition of the mistake Mrs Eve Baasett wants It dis Â¬ tinctly understood that she hasnt Aunt Janes bonnet ns her own bearaa special trade rarc Â¬ Â¬ Special Wo have a big supply of Globe Bone Meal that wo sell cheap Bargains This Week In our and Fertilizers Come early for Clothing as we will mako that line ono of our specials for this week and have some bargains to offer Closim Out CO M MEYER Buras Zy Sales W W A A Kentucky VYomax New York March 31 Editor of tho Sun Sir Mrs Bullitt of Kentucky In a letter published in the Sun of March 31 asks justice for Col Breckldridge Sho ends the letter by Let tho ladies bo stornor the following with their own sex and such dlsgracoful things as the Breckinridgo caso will In tho futuro bo unknown Women aro too She is mistaken W C A E We Are Right in It And Dont you Forget It N Stocks upon Stocks N Spring and Summer Goods E No Tho largest variety wo ever had consideration of hard times Visitors you will find a houso full of desirnblo stern with an offending sister while ev- Â¬ ery oxcuso is made for a man Lot women require tho same code of morals for man as for woman and then indeed will such disgraceful things as the Breckinridgo caso in tho future bo unknown Newark April Spring and Summer Goods to mention prices thoy aro not in it Our motto for tho then you can not cry hard times coming season Its usoless AW OMAN R L L 1 Increase the appotlte by the use of Ayera Cathartic Pills They cause the stomach liver and bowels to perform their fniietions properly to debilitate by excessive stimulation and are not irritating iq thoir action Aa an after dinner Pill they are uiiequaled A cool robber placed a revolver In the face of the cashier of a Crawford Neb P T S E Honest Goods Latest Styles Fair Dealings Dross you woll for littlo monoy and good tiinos Mako happy homca dreat Bargain Store bank yesterday and after securing all the money on the counter looked the owliler ia the vault Geo Yeakel BRANDENBURG E R Co KY P A P Dr Prtee Cream Baking Powder Meet Perfect Maiff a S pw MBMMMIM3BgKyBBlllMW -- VwtV1 f s s v ti rjnimiji umrif dW ttfiw c -- l iim1iiiiiiBiWyt w wimpwwwiIWWWHIWWIIWWW vI JT V3 Vfl WEDNESDAY f 1Pr tf fiYflt74- - ry tvrTiwTiTirn tv4r - irriin Breckenridge News WAGES AND THE TARIFFJ A IM L 1H 1801 rrolrrllrn Facts About Wool PROTECTIONISTS WAKE UP THE WRONG PASSENGER A Real Sheep Raiser Gives Co- Â¬ ngressman Burrows Some Heterodox Opinions Â¬ The Tariff Enables Manufac- turers to Depress the Price of Domestic Products Tlio lamentations of tho propheta of high protection over tlio plncingof wool tn tho frco list by tho Wilwn Mil fine Â¬ ly illustrate tho lioinoly old English law Great cry nml littlo wool With n view to demonstrating with nil tho iminful particulars tho blno ruin which would overtaken tho poor woolgrowcr iim Mon ns tho new tariff went into effect nltiwibllcnn firm of wool brokers cent out a circulnr to n number of nhecp farmers risking them to writo their answers to n series of questions and send them to Hon Julius C Burrows tho Michigan npostlo of McKinloyism Incidentally it was in timated to tho woolgrowcrs in this cir culnr that they would do well to bIiow in their answers to tho questions sub- Â¬ mitted bow greatly they had thriven and prospered under tho present nlti tudinotiH tiuifl rates Ono of tho sheep farmers tlins called upon to supply tho ammunition of facts for tho artillery of ilebato now to bo unlimbered on tho iloors of congress and trained upon tho Wilson bill re Â¬ sponds in nn open letter printLd in tiio New York World This letter con Â¬ tains n liiatvs of iiMcful information which thoiigli not at nil what Hon Julius C Burrows and his associates on tho opposition sidoof congress will caro to uso in their coming tpecches is of timely interest to tho general public who only want to get at tho ruth about theso tariff problems and aro not concerned ns to whoso pet theories aro damaged thereby This particular woolgrowcr dates his instructivolettur from Carbon Wy Ho plying to tho request that be should tell Mr Burrows just why wool cannot bo grown ns cheaply in this country ns in Australia or other foreign countries bo nays Thero is no reason why wo can Â¬ not grow wool na cheap if not cheaper hero than any other placo in the In responso to tho vital ques world tion What did wool net you on tho farm or ranch during tho past season in comparibou with previous onosr Mr Burrows gets some most discouraging disclosure This Wyoming woolgrowcr fctattH that he netted i cents per pound for what bo has told of Ids 18 clip that tho clip of 1812 netted him 1 i cents per pound and that tho clip of 1801 sold before tho McKinley law went into effect netted him tho best prico of all 17 cents per pound This fact quito unavailable ns it is for high protection- Â¬ ist orntors is clinched by tho further testimony of this candid Wyoming wool- Â¬ My cspcricnco growcr bo writes during tho past season it that it is tho dullest I liavo had in epito of tho fact that thero is a duty on tho foreign wool that amounts to moro than tho vnluo of mino Invited by another of theso questions to stato how ho could overcomo tho ad vantngo of tho foreign woolgrowcrs if tho McKinley duty of 11 ceuta per pound wns removed this plain spoken Tho American sheep farmer replies has tho ndvantago of tho foreigner in woolgrowing And wool sells for less undor tho McKinley law than over be fore Andtubtill another question intended to lead ton glorification of tho McKinley wool duties ho says If by taxing every man 75 cents who buys a suit of clothes wo could get 11 cents extra for our wool wo would not kick about it whether tho men so taxed would or not but tho fact is bo in sists that io gets much less for his wool now than beforo tho McKinley act was Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The McKlnlpjItes nwrt that tho higher tlio duty ho high r tho wnges if American Inlxir mid tho lower tho duty the lower tlio wages This is un- Â¬ true Wage nro highest in unprotected Wages in the name Indus industries tiics under the samo tariff vnry great Â¬ ly in tho different stntesof tlio Union Therefore when they threaten to closo their factories or to lower wages be Â¬ cause their protective duty is to bo re Â¬ duced by tho Wilson bill they nro nm ply Mackmalling their employees for votes or trying to frighten congress Thero is only ono way in which tho prico of nnything can bo increased by tho tariff That is by limiting its sup Â¬ ply by placing n tax or duty on it Thero is no duty on labor Men nro on tho frco list Foreigners compete on For many even tetms with natives years tlio protected manufacturers im Â¬ ported tho cheapest lnbor they could Some of them do it find in Europe now violating tho contract labor law No manufacturer pays higher wages than ho U obliged to in tho unprotected labor market It does not follow thnt higher rates of wnges mean greater cost of labor As n rule high wages mran cheap products becaubo high priced men nro much moro efficient than low pricl men Secietary Blaino reported that this was so as to cotton operatives American workmen are moru skillful intelligent nnd enterprising thnn for eign workmen nnd American machin ery i3 better Tho avcrago cost of n ton of paper in an American mill is 887 in tho English mill it isgllMO though wnges nro higher here In many cases under tho McKinley law tho protection on nn American product is greater thnn all tho wnges or iabor cost The labor in mining n ton of coal costs from 00 to 70 cents tho mino owner is protected by n tax of 75 cents plus Mio cost of transporting tho foreign product Wages do not jo up with i creased duties They did not in 1800 In 1S00 tho average tarilt tax win 21 per cent tho nverngo labor cost in protected ar Â¬ ticles wns yfl per cent of tho wholo cost of tho product In 1880 tho tux had risen to 40 per cent and lnbor cost had fallen to 22 per cent Today tho tax is 48 per cent mid tho labor cost probably not u bo vo 20 Tho wage cutting and mill closing of tho monopolists nro simply repetitious of their campaign scares Now York World Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Itnvo Nn Inllnrtiro on Dull th lrlr f Irfilmr mony of detail ir the ittyuuncuus k politicians really think that tho bill will bo injurious to tho country they must think it will bo injurious to the party rrsiKmsiblo lor it Therefore they ought to bo entirely willing toscoit put in ojierntlon ni soon n possible so that its effects might bo seen lieforo tho congressional elections next November llenco theio is ground for the hop that thoy will mnko no factious opposition Thero is even ground for tho hope that thoy will not lend their nld to any fac Â¬ tion of tho majority which may attempt Chicago Her to emasculate tho bill nld The Iteform M I I Resolved That tills committee although of opinion that the dalles Imposed by the 1 ilsoa bill are In many cases much too high nnd will frequently not produce as lance n revenue as could otherwise he obtained nevertheless heartily npprmes of the reduction of taxes thereby provided for and favors the passage of tho bill with such amendments reducing rates as mny bo obtainable ltesolred That for tho purposoof carrying Into effect tho foregoing resolution a commit- Â¬ tee of Ave be appointed by the chair with lib-Â¬ erty to ndd to their number which shall hate poncr to talo nny measures which mayecem to them expedient for tho purpose of promoting the enactment of tlio new tariff bill with prop Â¬ er amendments Tho Reform club has adopted tho fol- Â¬ lowing resolutions concerning tho Wil Â¬ son tariff bill Club0lnlon 2atmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmntmmmmmtmmimmmmmmM This is the exclamation of every person that enters our store and more especially the ladies they know and are quick to recognize the beauti- Â¬ Beautiful STJCH I Groodsl j r Tlio Chicago Ilerald Ind fears thnt nt tho present rnto of progress tho new tariff law will not go into effect beforo This is not nn September next ngrccablo prospect for tho country oi it says tho Democratic party SUFFERING OFF THE MAINE COAST Ad Valorem or Democratic Duties Under an nd valorem tariff our cus Â¬ toms officials must watch for undervaluation frauds Under specific duties tho people cannot escnpo being robbed whether they watch or not Specific duties group n number of ar Â¬ ticles together and chargonsmiieh upon tho chenper as upon tho moro costly Tho poor family gets tho worst of tho deal right along Whou n tariff of specific duties is framed tho lobbyist is on hand to liavo classifications arranged bo that bis protected infant shill have prohibitive rates under coer of upparently low rates on articles which nro littlo used While or which need no protection tho lobbyist is ut work tho foreign man- Â¬ ufacturer and tho importer uro not nsleep They modify their goods u little change tho stylo of packing aud em Â¬ ploy various arts to slip into tho most Some Â¬ classifications advantageous times they succeed often they fail But when they do succeed they lnako for- Â¬ tunes While the nd valorem system may permit John Wanumnker to import un Â¬ dervalued ribbons nnd trimmings the In tho specific system is a born fraud ono thero is somo risk of fraud increas Â¬ ing rapidly as the rato is in a do higher and decreasing rapidly ns tho rato is reformed while tho other is a certain fraud constantly acting Chairman Wilsons preference for ad Tho valorem duties is Democratic party always preferred them und its grent reform achievement of 1810 was founded upon thut principle St Louis Republic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Humlri dn nfrinlirrmrn on Out lying Islandi on the Verge of Starvation Hundreds of fishermen nro on the vergo of starvation and suffering for the want of proper clothing within 50 miles of Portland Thero nro hundreds ol islands in Cusco bay nnd scattered alone the const between Portland and the These nro for the Kennebec river most part inhabited by fishermen who depend entirely upon their nets and seines for food During the past few weeks theso peoplo have not been uble tc set nny nets on account of tho frequent nnd severe storms which liavo swept the coast Tlio fishermen livo out of the lino of coasters and tire visited only nt infrequent intervals by fishing suiackt nnd summer visitors Malaga island where most of the suf fering is found is situated ubout a mile nnd n half from the mainland nnd it perhnps three miles in ciicumfereuce Upon this island aro threo huts built of logs nnd mud nnd theso huts are crowd They were vis cd with 35 to 40 peoplo ited by tho crow of a fishing smack which was obliged to seek shelter from tho storm behind tlio island Tho story ns told by ono of tho crew hero shows that unless help arrives to theso people When soon thoy will starve to death the smack was seen nciring the islands tho half starved iwoplo rushed down ta the bench und set up a howl of joy They wero barefooted for the most part and poorly clothed ut tho best Some of the women wcro nlmost undo und soveral children have died from exposure nnd want of proper food Tho huts ure said to bo in a filthy condition aud afford but scant shelter from the bitter cold Tlio smack hud but little food on board having mudu u poor haul of fish The crew gave the islanders such foodni they could spare mid utmost robbed themselves of clothing to ussist tho ill clothed beings The men on tho island say thut they were nut uble to obtain enough fish this full to provide them selves with t applies for tho winter and when the storms prevented their setting their nets thoy weie left without food Tho coast ul this point is thinly settled with fishermen who aro reported tc bo in almost as bud a condition as the islanders Yarmouth Benr and Basket islanders are suid to bo us badly off at the Malaga islanders Portland Cor Boston Herald Utilizing Atmospheric Effects Delicate tints prevail in the architecture of tho California Midwinter fair and nn effort hvs been mado to so distribute and nt range them that the peÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ m ful in everything and dont hesitate to applaud This is gratifying to us and we take it as a compliment to our good taste and judgment in buying It has ever been our aim and pleasure to serve our cus- tomers and cater to their wants in the matter of Dry Goods lothing Boots Shoes Hats Caps Groceries and Notions We take special pleasure in calling the attention of the trade to our SPRING STOCK Embracing as it does the largest assortment of New and Seasonable Goods ever shown on this market The styles are correct the prices right Our Dress Goods Such Styles were never shown such Beauties were never seen and Prices were never so low ARTISTIC PATTERNS SILKS A Housekeepers Goods Now Calicoes materials embracing tho latest Novelties in Duck Suitings Figured Corded Muslins Zephyr Ginghams and Ileal French Organdies These nre rare beautiful goods and so cheap EMBROIDERIES LnceB and White Goods Underwear and Hosiery India Linen Dimity Mulls Pique French and English Nainsooks Embroidered Swiss wasli In A largo variety of China Moire wash To this line we call special attention and plain goods NEW And beautifnl line of Handkerchiefs Bows and Scarfs for ladies and beautiful patterns and Our Table Linens Napkins and stacks of them at all prices TowjIs nre marked down to suit the OUTTING FLANNELS times and housokeejiers will find it In largo variety of colors Goods for to their interest to buy these goods Black Skirts now nnd from us Kid A full assortment Half Wool Challies In Black Grounds with dainty colored figures very cheap Gloves Satiines lowest prices DRESS TRIMMINGS The largest assortment and most lastest styles and beautiful patterns eyer shown on this market The best of all is the price is so very low w Comprising a full lino of Jet Bands BLACK DRESS GOODS Headings in different widths colore We show a largo assortment all of Lace Braids Persian Bands Jet the best values nnd nt the most satis- Â¬ Fringe and Jot Ornaments factory prices LADIES FURNISHINGS Lace Curtains We offer great bargains in these goods A beautiful assortment to select from these goods SERGES Imperial Goods Henriettas Crepons and Granite Cloths Beautiful goods and very cheap Corsets Drawers Chemises Gowns Fast Black Hose Bibbed Lisle Hose Ribbed Vests Collars Culls Insert ings Veilings and Ribbons Dont pass us by on Bi I K t Turin Hill PrutprcU Thero seems to be no room for doubt thut tho business men of tlio country irrespective of party nro anxious to liavo tho bill passed nnd put in operation ns toon as mny bo consistent with proper dejiberatiojiand njtentlqn to bar- Â¬ How Much Rain Will Fall 1 passed Very bignifiennt nro tho closing sen- Â¬ tences of this notable reply to Mr Bur Â¬ rows questions which Mr Bnrrovo wo mny bo sure will not caro to quote Bays ths honest sheep farmer of Wyom Â¬ ing In summing up tho wholo busi Â¬ ness I liavo como to tho conclusion that wo liavo nothing to hopo for from protection na tho duty on foreign wool is inoro than tho prico of American wool Wo liavo nothing to fear from tho for eign woolgrowcr Tho causo of tho de Â¬ pression in tho wool business is that tho manufacturers and commission men linvo taken ndvantago of tho tut iff agi tation nnd gonoral business depression to put down prices so that they can get wool for their own prices Thero is of courso qui to another stand- Â¬ point from which freo wool can nnd will bo justified tho standpoint of tho woolen clothing nnd carpet manufacturers whoso business will bo built up by it nnd tho yet broader standpoint of tho general mats of consumers whose clothing nnd carpets will bo thereby reduced in cost It is nevertheless re Â¬ assuring to tho friends of true tariff io form who do not desiro to injuro any American industry in tho process of re- Â¬ ducing and equalizing tarilf burdens to learn from tin testimony of tho men who know best tho woolgrowcrs them Â¬ selves that McKinley duties liavo not really helped them ut nil nnd that tho transfer of wool to tho freo list will not hurt them moreover that it will liberuto them from tho grip of tho pro- Â¬ tectionists who uro now ublu to com Mno under tho shelter of tho high tariff on foreign wools to dietuto low prices for tho American clip Baltimoro Sun Â¬ Â¬ lias Tho Weekly Courier Journal struck n popular note in its weather guessing contests A wonderful amount of interest was taken in its offer of 1000 for tho closest guesses to tho coldest day nnd temperature during Februnry at Ixmlsville and much valuablo informa- Â¬ tion was gathered by subscribers on tho subject This contest has just been de cided there being twenty eight lucky Tho weekly Courier Journal giicsscrs now makes another offer on tho samo line For tho closest guesses to the amount of rain that will fall at Louis lllo diuing tho month of May the Weekly Courier Journal will give 51000 This money will bo divided into nine teen presents one of 500 two of 100 each two of 0 each four of 25 each and ten of 10 each Each guess must to pay for one bo accompanied by years subscription to the Weekly Journal tlio best Democratic paper published Tlio rain fall is scientifically measured to the hundredth pnrt of an inch Tho heaviest rain fall in May during the past twenty years was seven inches nnd forty six hundredths of an inch Tho lightest was ono inch oven Tho measurements aro made by tho Government officials of the Weather Bu reau nt Louisville Sntnplo copies of tho paper with full particulars of the contest will be sent freo to any address Writo nt once ns under no circumstan- Â¬ ces will any guesses bo received after April aoth Address Weekly Courior Journal Louisville Ky Â¬ 1 Courier-Â¬ culiar atmospheric effects of the climate shall bo utilized to enhnnco the harmony and increase the beauty Warm tones are not necessary nnd tho darkness of tho background afforded by the almost black foliage is a magnificent setting Much gold has been used Sun Francis go Argonaut Snow Mtutues Fur Charity London is talking about the adoption of nn interesting winter fad which has been popular for soveral seasons in Brus Â¬ sels All tho sculptors of tho city were invited to spend two or three days cre ating snow statues nnd groups in one of tho public lurks nnd then tho public wns invited to view the collection upon payment of a small fee for tho benefit of the ooor Â¬ Carpets Mattings In these complete and the prices right quality and price Oil Cloths and Rugs The stock is large the assortment If you want a Carpet we can suit you both in r goods we defy competition Clothing Hats and Shoes In these we lead V In the talking They do their own use to talk about these goods All you have to do is to see them and youll buy them It is no 4H Spring Â¬ Groceries Hardware and Queensware We were never in better shape to serve our customers in these goods Good Goods honest values low prices and good service is our motto in this department Anything you want in these lines i Those who would insure to themselves the greatest de pree of safety and the enjoyment of that good health which is lifes greatest bless ing should be careful to do these two things AND PURIFY THE BLOOD TONE UP THE SYSTEM For doing these things in the safest surest and most pleasant way In All Departments of Our House We aim to keep up a full assortment of the choicest goods in each department We buy them right we sell them right giving every customer full value for his money Come in and give us your trade h Dr Kings Royal Qermetuer lemonade acts like magic upon the blood and nervous system expels all the waste stimulates digestion and gives appetite puts roses on the cheek and joy in the is pre eminently the rreat est of all medical remedies It is as pleasant to take as J r Too Savers Tvat tho unwary wage earner with If it were not and munufnetutera wcro real Â¬ ly being injured by proposed tariff re Â¬ daction the effect would be seen in lowwr price for manufactured good oa well m In wage reductions The prewnt Kftre will not tnd this test Congressman llnrter who is himself a largo manufacturer id of tho opinion that tho direful predictions of tho man ufacturers is mere clap trap to bcguilo W H Bowm THE LEADING MERCHANTS Â¬ Son rl I Â¬ Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla m m Q a When Dbjr wu tick w to her OutorU When she wu a Child the orled tut CrterU When the beeaiae Kite the oJunj to CuterU When the h4 ChlMns the them Cut orU heart SOLD BY ALL DRUOOISTS 400 six for 500 CLOVERPORT KY fro al Manufactured only by Kinos Roy OxxMktuu Co- - Atlanta Ua gSEjggiSygmiSil lSnmfflBBaawtttaaafjawaixayrii rffirsma MR Â¬ BRROKENRIDGR NEWS OLOYaSPORT KY smtfiglwnfciAiii uiA t- 3 - n rcai- If You Have Scrofula Soros Boils or any other skin disease take AVERS SARSAPARILLA tho Superior Blood Purifier and Spring Medicine Cures others will cure you Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AlKIL The Spring Poet Thl the teaton when the brccict Wafti It tephyrt through the treoei When the poet coughs and uneeiei Iayt hit tablets on hit kneeiet And In toft rhymbic vertet Ventt hit feelings on mankind Ilout the blrdt that sit on branches And In shrill like notes entrances Till one thinks or almost fancies He hat seen the talrys dances Or Is in the land ol elfins With realities behind When the frogs familiar croaking When the dogt delight in harking When your Icet with dew gets soaking And the embers need much poking When these ills seem lleavent blessings It l Ihrn the poet raves When the young and old catch fishes Or pretend to with cane switches When the school boys require stitches And more buttons on their britches When the piping of young chiikens Sends a thrill that makes one brave And the Iambics gentle bliatlrg This the season for all mating When the small boy Is just waiting Kor the time for strawberry crating Then to think with all these chances He is driven to the wall In his soul youll find no rhyming Hut the notes of discord chiming And for words of cheer hefs pining And hit health It fast declining The poet seems to realize This last cold spell spoilt ft all Tor the wild flowers early blooming And the hum birds soft sweet humming And he tick bites keep us fuming Kor they tell us spring is coming Flowers are sesree sn sees the poet And his pride will take a fall Theres no chance fur Kuster fsonnils Or to write on new spring bonnets As twould be too cold to don it If the price was paid upon it So Ill say to poor spring poets This cold snap has caused it all 18 1804 discarding all gitbi foods eHV the Olito Parmer Units in pasture Inn over B pirt water In 100 tilth corii fodder lias 84 jiarts red cloer beforo blovsoiitlng has 8 parts while wigar leetn have 81 j parts water This water In gtacs green corn fodder beets etc is jutttuhut is needed to keep uptho milk flow A mod erate ration of beets promotes the health of the cow by their cooling and relaxing effect they aid digestion and gieatly In crease tli value of dry fool led with them and are thus beneficial to fattening animals nR well us increasing tho milk flow In cows Kitagu U the cheapest form in which to supply this sutvnltiit feed and roots come next Beets are lxst In late winter and early spring Feed n peck to half 11 bushel ier day to a cow according to her size and feeding uapac- Ity Â¬ bnco whcii ted In tho open air tlnin whnil housed Cattle and hogs niiido a moro eco nomic gain in tho air than when housed Sheep In tho barn did better In every fespect than in the open air although confined In very small pens Cuttln in box stalls did better than thoso tied up Â¬ I Have Jtist-WW Are You Interested Tho greater tho freedom of motion up to the freedom of a yatd some 10 roils miiiarc tho moro food euteif ami tho less lequired for a pound of gain for cattle Tho trial Indicates that frco access to shelter and yards Is inoru economical thau compulsory life In tho Btorins or In close confinement in tho barn This question is under trial formng the eight years investigation of this question of shelter of stock Â¬ deceived my stock of Spring Goods which id tho largest and best select Â¬ ed stock of GOODS T moat cordially invito tho public to call and inspect my Stock of Goods nnd I will convince you that it will bo to your interest to buy your Goods from me I feel very thank- Â¬ ful to you for your very liberal patronngo in the past and I most earnestly solicit your patronngo in tho future No one will appreciate your trade more than I and no ono Bhall sell you goods cheaper than I Remember that I tako all kinds of Country Produce in exchange for merchandise for which I always pay tho highest market prico and I always sell my goods nt Rock Bottom Prices thai I havo ever carried material Fur Making KgE Eggs nre nsnbstittito for meat but Tho American Cultivator thinks that it is a mistake to suppose that iii ttuil food except such as fowls running at large will jilck up Is litcessuiy to produce Tins whito of tho egg is albu them men and this is mainly nitrogenous but only the Inu of meat is uitiogenious and it is not moro so than is the whole wheat grain which also furnishes the limo requited for tho eggs shell Peas aro excellent food for making eggs and so too would beans bo if fowls could bo induced to eat them Tne grain may bo supplemented with choppod clover which contains much egg ma- Â¬ terial and is excellent for keeping fowls in good health Â¬ Cultivation of Flax nent In this country flax has hitherto been giowu chiefly for tho seed but littn attention being paid to the quality of tho fiber Whether it would pay to grow it for the latter can only be de termined by experiment It is probablo that a market for the fiber could bo found In Germany as suggested by the United States consul general nt Frank- Â¬ fort Special attention is being directed to flax culture in Manitoba A few months ago a special commissioner was sent across tho Atlantic to learn how flax is grown dressed and manufactured in Europe He visited Iroland for this pur- Â¬ pose and then extended his inquiries to Belgium nnd other places on the conti- Â¬ Â¬ 1 Rospectfully C E BRYANT G TJSTOiT Oxen lor Farm KY Work Â¬ iy 4 A coi respondent of The Country Gen tleman says I am of opinion that most farmers who have over CO acres of arable land would And it greatly to their interest to keep a span of hones and a yoke of young uctive oxen A yoke of oxen between 4 and 8 years of age where a horso team was kept would do all tho extra work on the farm on n feed of hay cornstalks and pasture without any grain at all At 8 years old when they begin to grow sluggish they could bo sold to the butcher for enough to buy n yoke of to supply their place on tho farm A ipan of old horses when they get piwt pi oil table work cannot be sold except for a pittance THE VEGETABLE GARDEN An Illinois Farmer Tells What Varieties to Grow For Market and Why COOL HEADS AND 3TOUT HEARTS Samantiia Stephensport Ky March 19 94 1 mmH THE EGG SHELL THEORY rraiY fespsisssraeo ftp i Tbe iden entertained by some- people that a brown shelled egg is richer than a white- shelled egg is writes a Tennessee correspondent of The Southern Cultivator simply a tlieory thut has no foundation in fact Tho color of tho shell is no indication whatever as to tho condition of tho contents inside whether rich or poor The color of shell does however give ns n pointer as to tho kind of hen that laid tho egg There are two dis- Â¬ tinct classes or vaiiotiea of hens of which there are many different strains and many intei mediate grades They are known as the Asiatic and tho Med iterranean classes Tho former is the large feather legged type to which bo Iong tho Brahmas Cochins and Lang shuns The Mediterranean class com prises tho Leghorns Spanish Minorcas etc Tho former or Asiatic class lay very dark Bhelled eggs whilo tho latter lay clear white shelled eggs The Asiatics are the hatchers tho hens be Ihg very much given to sitting The Mediterranean type are moro persistent layers and less inclined to sit To tho intermediate class belong such pure bred varieties as the Plymouth Rocks and Wyandottes better known as tho American breeds HenB of theso two varieties lay light brown shelled or According to tho cream colored eggs shell theory their eggs should be a sort of a happy medium between tho Asiatics and Mediterraneans in quality and flavor Then thoro are tho good old common hens They are nil of mixed blood of no distinct class and tho sbolls of their eggs vary Jn color from a light brown to a creamy white neyer quito as dark brown ns tho pure Asiatics nor bo white as thoso of thepuro bred Med Â¬ iterraneans Unliko tho shojl however tho yolk of tho egg is a pretty good indication of Hens that have plenty of its richness grass and Insects lay tho richest dark yolked eggs whereas thoso deprived of green food and meat lay eggs with pale yolks that are thin in albumen also and not very nutritions Plenty of insects or fresh meat mako rich eggs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Color a Tett of tlio CIuss of Fowl Not of thu Umillty of the Kgg s it Item In Asparagus Culture Mr E 8 Carman with favorablo conditions would not plant asparagus closer thau three by four feet and it is his belief that in six or eight years a greater distance nay six by throe foot would be seen to bo real economy Ho says on the subject of Retting tho seta that he puts his plants only threo Inches below the surface and he cannot dis- Â¬ cover that tho shoots nro fowor than with tho deep setting usually practiced Mr Cannon has never perceived that salt was beneficial to asparaguss neith Â¬ er does he think it necessary that tho asparagus bed Hhuuld be stuffed with He manure Ixiforo tlio plants are sot To me a large amount of ma Â¬ Bays nure in preparing tho plot is equivalent to locking up an arapunt of money where lit draws no interest It Is worse than that for a part of the principle It lost As Uie surplus in mi u re decays and bttcqniM soluble from season to season a considerable portion leaches through the soil and is lost forever to tbe plan tc To My C In the following notes from Garden Â¬ ing a farmer In northern Illinois names varieties of vegetables he has found He says under profitable for market tho bend of snap beans I liko tho Early Mohawk because of itsquick giowth and laigo pods in fact tho pods look plump longer when pick Â¬ ed than most torts and they will stand light frosts For wax beans I grow tho Giant Yosemite It is a mammoth wax and very productive its pods being long thick round and very fleshly and of excellent flavor and the plants are less liable to rust than aro most other wax beans Edmunds Early and Early Egyptian aro tho beets I grow The first named is a small round beet of n deep red col- Â¬ or and is fine for bunching It is a fnvorito with tho foreign people here Americana prefer tho Egyptian because of its variety of color and smooth ap Â¬ pearance For bunching 1 grow tho Oxheart carrots but wo dont uso much of it My main crop is of Dan vers which is medium long in form and makes a finer appearance than long sorts It also is a heavy cropper easy to har vest and n lino keeper I have had bettor success with Snow- Â¬ ball than with any other variety of cauliflower It is a true typo of cauli- Â¬ flower having short stem and u beautiful large white regular head and it iaa fine shppor Autumn Giant is a good winter Bort standing frost quite a little without much injury The heads how- Â¬ ever are coarser and more irregular than thoso of Snowball For early cabbage 1 grow Jersey Wakefield It is of linq quality and larger than most other early sorts aiid it makes solid white heads Early Sum mer is a fine second early but 1 liko Faultless better for it is quito as curly as the other and less lfublo to iuii to seed or crack open Succession is tbe best summer varioty I have ever tried It forms a largo solid flat head with few outer leaves and tho Btnmp is quite small It will stand longer without bursting than any other summer sort 1 havo grown and I havo had beads of it weighing 18 pounds Fottlers Im- Â¬ proved Brunswick blue strain is what I uso for winter It is short stonnnod and foniiB a medium Bized solid head having few outer leaves it also is a suro header and stands drought well and looks green longer than most othor sorts But many gardeners hereabout use tho Flat Dutch for winter As to lettuces for summer I grow Hanson and Now York and for frames in winter Grand Rapids Forcing and Black Seeded Simpson Tho Hanson makes a fine solid head and stands long upon the market without allowing tho effects of being cut Tho Now York Is a large showy dark green lettuce quite tender nnd of good flavor and Is just the kind of a big head to decora to Simpson is a little a market stand earlier in maturing than Grand Rapids otherwise 1 liked tho last named best Tho Grand Rapids hasnt qiito as long leaves as the Simpson but it retuins its natural color and crispness nnd stands np longer on the market stand and it Is of fino flavor Whito Plume for early and Golden Heart for winter aro the two Borts of celery that 1 grow Tho White Plume on account of Its puro white long leaves and flue appearance Is tho best seller in our market Tbe Sandwich Island is a fine largo quick growing variety of salsify with I grow largo roots and tow rcotlets quito u number of barrels of it for the Chicago market where it commands a much higher price than tho old sort Â¬ Thrilling Itescue of Mother anil Ilabe From a Dialing House Strangers helped in the rescue from death of a woman during a fire in the tenement house 40 Sheriff street the oth- Â¬ Mrs Sarah Goldstein er afternoon who became a mother threo days before was lowered out of a sixth story win- Â¬ dow lifted across an nirshaft and taken down over an iron picket fence on the roof of tho adjoining building It was about 430 oclock when the fire broko out on tho fifth floor Instantly there was a panic The occupants rushed down stairs pellmell shouting Fire Mrs Goldstein was in bed with her baby To udd to her terror smoko puffed into her room and clouds of it rolled up In front of her window Fortunately her husband was homo with her Sho herself was perfectly helpless There was no escape by the stairs The only way out was by tho window which overlooked the airshaft Whilo Goldstein was gazing out of it two men who were strangers climbed out of tho window in tho hall swung themselves across tho nirshaft to thu iron picket fence and clambered slowly along tho fence until they got near tho window whoro Goldstein was Tho men who wero clinging to tho picket fence braced themselves nnd shouted to Goldstein to hand his wifo out Goldstein lifted tho helpless and almost unconscious woman over the window sill and lowered her down until the two men caught her and handed her across tho shaft One false move and all hands would havo fallen into the shaf t and met instant death Tho rescuers were cool however and they lifted the woman over tho top of the fence and finally to tho roof Tho baby was carried out a moment later New York Tribune POSTOFFICE IN A SACK And other Harness and Saddles Unequaled in Style Workmanship and Durability At BUGGIES Vehicles Factorr Prices In This Young Lady lnnulncurer Top Buijgy Road Wagon Phaeton NATIONAL CARRIAGE tt Free 011 board at Cliiclmintl HARNESS CO CINCINNATI O at 45 00 32 00 62 50 76 00 132 1 1 O Your Interest will increase to positive Surrey Carriage Spring Wagon Road Cart Buggy Harness affection If you read about her In our New Copyrighted 50 45 oo 00 Illustrated Serial No 00 1 Barouche Harness No 1080 No 1177 Light Double Harness No 1202 Team Harness 525 10 75 5 75 17 00 Onr Prices on other Styles and Grades aro equally low Tlio work w ould pleaso you and uivo ontiro satisfaction Try it once and you will havo no other Our Vehicles Hnrnesn and Saddles include- a full and complete lino If you Intend to purchaso a Vehicle Harness or Saddle dont fail to Bee or correspond with - T F McGLURE Agent HARDINSBURG KY Who has Illustrated Descriptive Catalogue and Price List of our full line He respectfully solicits your patronage and will cheerfully answer any further induiries you may desire to mako He Can save Yon Money Is that any Object to you FIGHT M TKf BABBAGES nnninii nm Farmer Fenner Tlret of Ills Job Ileslgns Twice anil Then Quits shouted long and loud for Grover Cleve- Â¬ land and presided at all tho Democratic pole raisings In tho deestrict secured the appointment as postmaster at tho Corners when the Democracy camo into its own and got along swimmingly until he camo up to tho fair and learned at the Washington state building of tho gi- Â¬ gantic trees and fertile farms in tho far west Af tor thut tho postofflco business at Stones Corners seemed flut stalo and unprofitable Farmer Fenner wanted to quit the postal service and get back to his native ele nt on a western farm So ho re-Â¬ signed He sent his letter to Washing- Â¬ ton but received no answer Then he sent anothor and waited but still no an- Â¬ swer came Last Monday Fenner be camo desperate He had resigned twice and decided to force an acceptance so ho packed tho postago stamps postal cards money mucilage and ink bottlos in a sack together and carried them over to Taking tho Back into the Richmond postofflce he chucked it into a corner saying to the postmaster Theres tho Stones Corners postofflce Ive resigned twice and now Ive quit Assistant Postmaster Benton of Rich- Â¬ mond has been ordered to tako chargo of the office Chicago Post ITALYS ENORMOUS TAXES The Financial Load the People Carry Fearful to Contemplate Stones Corners np in McHenry county Ills is without a postofflce Hamlin Fenner a onco contented farmer who Â¬ mKt itMimjjjniittijii utititt ttimuiH mnnrrmMijii TTVVTT VTTTTVT tt ttt HmltUltltitllvTt V lllIPTiWl Wr All Grades Box Baskets for PAPER MemoranÂ¬ Shopping Baskets for T 111 FOR MILLIONS dum Dinner Baskets for General ConvenÂ¬ Most Anything You BOOKS - Tablets Visiting Cards Want It is a Great Story full of striking ience in It Â¬ have Utile food value It euteivftfeiat to tht beets are composed largely water ami tka4 Su ociMsnustioft tltey UU Vor Milk Cows were niado during an nverago winter at tho Utah station There were three lots of three steers each ono lot being fed in the open air clear of tho barn another lot fed in the burn in box stall 6 by 0 feet and u third lot fed in the barn tied by chujw The trialswlth shpep Included two lota of three animals each one lot be Â¬ ing fed In the barn and the other in the open air The pigs two lots of three each were fed either in a doghouse or The in a pen outside the hoghouae following i the Hutlora summary of blti OORtilUelotMl Trials Sheltered Stuck with steers uheop and pigs Cattle sheep and swine on tbe whols required wore food to Maintain ejlet- - j George Rutledgo Gibson writing from Naples gives some interesting information regarding the financial condition of The fato of Italy hangs in tho Italy People hero tvalizo balance he says that tho situation is desperate and they pin tholr hopes if not their faith to Crlspl tho new premier But too much Is expected of him and a war or a revo- Â¬ lution may result from tho discontent which exists but which is for the mo Â¬ ment subordinated to the vain hope that Crispl can perform bouio financial leger Â¬ demain that will change the bulanco sheet The taxes are something fearful to contemplate In writing you 18 months ago from Venlco I related some amazing examples of taxation there I may add now that the fanners pay to the state an annual tax equal to 43 per cent of their estimated lucomos The standing army hero represents 3 per cent of the entlro population while in Germany It is only I per cent Germany has 60000000 of population and Italy 80000000 The war footing the number of men who maybe called out tit Italy Is 400000 more thau in Germany It looks to me as if this army would either have to fight or dis Â¬ St Louis Globe band pretty soon Democrat vyuenitlluia Curiously tenacious of lifo Is that beautiful plant commonly called the ivy geranium Branches cut off and kept partly immersed in water live on for months not only with small low of vi- Â¬ tality in the larger leaves but even with seine develgptnent of leaf bods and posÂ¬ sibly tome growth of new wood This occurs too without any sign of root de Â¬ velopment in the immersed ends The clippings are peculiarly fitted for indoor decoration in winter as the green of tbe ivy geranium Is so fresh m to raggest 4 Baskets the situations and roplete with human interest We adviBe you to read it the Notion BEST Mourning Baskets Line at PAPER at IMiUllliljIUMttlllUlluWH LOOK at EM IT WILL PLEASE YOU OLOVERPORT KY g Vu airlift In Efuuw A young artist of Boston after the re cent snowstorm In that cty made a snow model in one of the publio squares that attracted much attention Itrepi resented a girl dressed iu tho height of fashion standing with her arms folded At her feet crouched u bulldog Tho 1 in age was modeled In elaborate detail and though the thaw destroyed some of the fine lines succeeding cold weather2 preserved the figure A young Swede John Jepson was the sculptor tut spent bout three hours an tlw work He is hoping for another snowstyrtn to efwbe hull to put np a snow statue of so prowiiMnt Bostoniau on the Cowwon Boston Corresuoudent h - Oreat distress prevails in Liverpool says a London newspaper and the socialists are doing their best to utllizo it to their ends Meetings of unemployed aortitis and Starving T Â¬ workmen are held daily and in these meetings the local municipal authorities are denounced in language calculated to cause trouble The mayor is particular Â¬ ly obnoxious to these men because he baa persistently declined to receive a dep- Â¬ utation and because he continues mu nlotpal hospitality on a lavish scale The other night he iwye a Juvenile ball and the next day the soewUsta dsnweed hlra for genting the bull imps of arts toonwy with dainties while tbe ewl- dreu of the poor are dying of starvation Opening Chapters Next- - Week JtA tisei BRROKEiNmnam nhwq oiuovmiRPor ky Breckenridge Jno D V News and 18 Hardinsburg W TIME TABLE noma wist rsireoger Dally err IUrillniburgl2l2 L H OOIXO 0 Bstibsge Editor froprlttri 1801 WEDNESDAY AIMI pm am EIGHT PAGES Lets tnko a day oflT and fto 1ST leoKr Dally of rr Ilardlniburs 7i40 fishing a loaa Pure crab cider at It E Mattinoiys Mr Frank llaswell wants to go farm- Ing Cigars and tobacco at It E Go to KLizAiieriiTon N su tiered 20100 by firo lnt week MattiniI ten cent lunch Mrnnd Mm Ken Watlmn were visiting Tim Democratic party was never In better lighting shape in this county than here Sunday it Is rieht now Mrs Mitch Myer Horned was visitÂ¬ ing here last Friday Co W C P Breckinridge announces Headquarters for confectioneries of oil that ho will stand for re election to Con kinds Julian Brown Kress from his district Undo Phillip Durham wants to get out of the tax district TiiKJury In the enso of Kev George Everything In jewelry and musical Dennis against the Pennsylvania Itail goods TO UwlsA Co road Company returned a verdict for the Mr John Stiths new residence Is plalntiir giving him 5000 damages showing up In the west end Confectioneries of all kinds fresh and This good old county of Breckenridge is covered nil over with plant beds and nice at It E Mattisuiyh live fighting Democrats with just Tho railroad tax will bo about iA0 on enough ltepublicans to mako it Interest Â¬ the ono hundred dollars all told ing Bo fair to yourselves and examine our T C Lewis A Co offerings Tin Democratic candidates for Con- Â¬ Mrs Hobcn returned last Saturday gress In the- Second District nro having a hot fight for tho nomination Judge S from a visit to friends in Cloverport 11 Wo meet all baits thrown out to catch Yanco Bounds like a winner with the unsuspecting T C Lewis Co Polk Lafoon as a closo second Masters Taylor and Wollaco Babbage AnEB the brick plants ull get in full are visiting at Bewleyvllle this week operation tho street corner Uepublican Mr ltobert Mattlngly is building a politicians of Cloverport will have to now residence in the south end of the change their thunder Cleveland hard town times will not longer he of any effect Mr Frank Board Daviess county was Chairman Frank llaswell is already hero last week visiting Judge Adkissons claiming a walk over for his party and family says his ticket will win by a majority of The lawyers aro complaining about 250 in November Wo admire Mr Has the light business showing up lor May wells claiming finalities if nothing else Circuit Court Win Claycomb who lived In Daviess Tin official count of the Democratic county for some time has moved to primary did not change the figures we Henderson county gave last week except in one instance An eye opener is a morning rouser DeJernettes plurality was U2 instead of Tho best morning rousers are our alarm 132 Tho total number of ballots cast clocks T C Lewis Co was There was an order made in the And now comes tho information that County Court last Monday establishing Jack Gross will again be Adjutant Gener- Â¬ a voting place ut Ball Town al of Kentucky Judge WicklifTc will John Hoben made on exchange of his tender his resignation in a few days to house and lot In tho west end Monday take effect May 1st and Governor llrown to D II Severs for his property will le appoint Gross Julian Brown will run another excur Â¬ sion on tho Branch some timo in June llov Gns Richardson has been ap pointed by Collector lieu Johnson to the Watch for tho dato iu tho paper Wantkk T000 lbs hurley tobacco position of chief book keeper at the lavillo Internal Kcvenuo olllcc The and 50000 lbs of first class prior tobacco Win Winebrinner position pays a salary of 31800 a year at Hardinsburg and Mr ltichardson has our congratulaCol L Green was on tho tram last tions Ho says Monday bound for Iouisville fishing around the Falls now is excellent Out in Kansas where the women are Mr Sam Monarch and his family allowed to vote it is a noticeable fact C Aensborro arrived here last Saturday that single ladies under thirty years of to visit J E Monarch the County Court age rarely exercise tho privilege No Clerk blushing damsel who is placing herself Mr Charley Beard Will Hook and for twenty wants it to be on record that Lawroiuo Miller went to tho Fulls of Bho voted ten years ago Hough Monday to spend a few days Tiik Owensboro Messenger one day fishing last week contained an article headed Mr Taylor Beard is again behind the Boards Ilreckenridgos Asphalt It had no drug counter at Kitchelow reference to politics or damago suits His face is familiar and he seems to bo but was an account of tho discovery of at home valuable osphaltum stones in Drecken Miss Maggio Smith left last Monday ridge comity Ilopkinsville Kentuckian morning for Elizubethtown to take a situation there with her sister in the Cuiir Henderson one of the defeated public school candidates for County Clerk in tho late The following persons were appointed primary desires tho Nkwh to say that he lust Monduy John Alex Â¬ is taking his defeat philosophically and processioners ander Frank Beavin Charley Mattlnghas not a word of complaint to make Mike Miller That he has dropped back into tho ly and About twent fivo young trees have trenches and gone to work for tho nom- Â¬ been planted in the college grounds inees They aro principly maples and will mako The Jeflerson Democracy of LouIbvUIo a line shade in n few years celebrated in n very creditable manner All kinds of soft drinks cider ginger last Friday tho birthday of Thomas ale lemon soda cream soda club soda Jefferson Hon J Proctor Knott was pops and a general assortment of min the orator of the occasion and made an eral waters Julian Brown excellent address If there is any one Mr I II Severs was selling ofr some thing that the people should know about of his household plunder and other ef Â¬ in this country it is tho true principles fects last Monday preparatory to mov- Â¬ of government as laid down by the Sago ing to Henderson Ho will start of Montlccllo Thomas Jellerson David Dudley Field the eminent law Â¬ yer of New York la dead Julian Drown for l0i Â¬ Iii Mr Severs mores his family to Hend erson this week Ills business With tho railroad necessitates a change of location Mr Severs Is a good citizen and will be missed by this community If we did not have good aillcles to offer we should not advertise Do jnr t as you please about It of course but we can save you money on every Htlcle you buy In Jewelry and musical goods T C Lkwis A Co Buzby A Co have begun making their arrangements for their second annual ith of July picnic at this place They promise better accommodations and a better timo for everybody when the time comes Itemember the day and date Judge Adkisson has appointed a com- Â¬ mittee to go to Frankfort to protest against the raise in our taxes on land F K Ithodes Lcn and town lots Cashman D It Mm ray and Judge Milton Board are the committee and aro to bo there on the first day of May Tho members of the Uepublican com mittee met here Monday to fill out the balance of their ticket for sherilf and assessor The leuders followed by tho rank and file seem to bo in lino spirits over tho situation as they hope to havo it in November But by that timo the Democrats will be on tho move and they may not be so largely in it Some of the members of tho Ladles Foreign Missionary society of this place are anticipating a pleasant visit to Louis- Â¬ ville about the first of June Tho annual meeting of the society meets there about that date and some of tho most noted missionary workers of the coun- Â¬ try ore expected notably Dr Lamberth from China Miss Watts Dr Hendricks and others Tho delegates from this city are Mrs Judge Milton Board Mrs Y G Bubbsge and Miss Tula Daniel Mrs S P Sutton the popular and fashionablo milliner af Hardinsburg is now receiving her spring and summer stock of Bonnets Hats and Trimmings They are the latest and most fashionable effects shown on the market Mrs Sut- Â¬ tons usual good tastu has been displayed In her selections and the most fastidious may find iu her stock just what she wants and suited to her taste Mrs Sut- Â¬ ton has also secured the services of a first class trimmer from Louisville and it will not be necessary for any lady to send away from home for lie spring hat or bonnet Call and see her and mako your selections Notice I handle all kinds of steel and iron roofing imitation brick siding and re- Â¬ All kinds of pair ull kinds of tinware carpenters work done Call and get Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BRANDENBURG Miss Nellie Lewis went to LoulsVillo To winy Mis Robert Smith is iu Wolf Crtek to visit n lullves Jtegn ts that Gns Brown didnt nmko m THE NEW STYLE pill Is of Dr Pierces Invention and is full of Improvements They nro used by ovcryono high livers ImiiI livers Ihoso wlioso lhera nro sluggish nil And relief In Dr Pierces Pleasant lellots To begin with thiee relicts uro tho smallest nnd easiest to take Thoyro tiny sugar coated anU billnus granules that every child takes readily Secondly Thoyro pcrfoctly easy In their action no griping no disturbance TnmDLT Their uuVt Is lasting KounTHLY Put up In glass always fresh FirrilMC Theyre tho cheapest for theyre guaranteed to glvo satisfaction or your money is returned You y only for tho good you get Thoy absohitely cure Constipa- Â¬ Lasilt tion Indigestion Bilious Attacks Sick or Bilious Ileailaches nnd nil derangements of the livor stomach aud bowels -Â¬ t prices John M Lewis In Memoriam I heard a voice from heaven saying Blessed are the dead who dio in the Lord Fell asleep Sunday morning April 1 1604 our dear friend and sister Miss Sallie Kincheloe eldest child of Judgo Jesse W Kincheloe and Clara Iteno his first wife Dickens prayer Lord keep my memory green need not to have been uttered by her The impress of her life and example upon this world for good beig ineffaceable lives touched self abnegation and by her beaulilul love will go on down the ages accumu- Â¬ lating as they roll until whn tho Inst great day comes the radiance of the crown that sue will cast at her Saviours feet will be wondrous in its beauty Ono Her influence is upon her kind says there are natures in which if they love us wo seem to have a sort of bap Â¬ tism or consecration They bind us to purity and rectitude by their pure belief Such a nature was hers about us Nor calumny nor gossip could flourish in her presence All that was ugly and falso shrivelled away when her puro sweet eyes looked into the faco of the speaker charity thinketh no evil In her early girl hood she was convert- Â¬ ed at a womans pruyer meeting during a prayer led by Mrs Martha Barnett an old timo aunt whoso life still touches ours For many years Miss Sallie has been a faithful member of tho M E church South devoted and loyal In 1880 a deeper consecration leu her into the green pastures and beside tho still waters of her Fathers love and she rest Â¬ ed in tho secret of his presence she abode under the shadow of the Almigh- Â¬ ty and to day as she walks and talks with Jesus face to face we feel she is no stranger to this Redeemer For years she has been seeking this city which hath foundations whose builder and maker is God To a friend who bent over her for a last good bye she said I am almost homo and it is glorious After some beautifully touching re Â¬ marks and prayerby her pastor He v S K Breeding and some sweet old songs from the home of her Bister Mrs Clay Â¬ ton Beard sho was laid to rest beside her beloved father and mother in the sweet April sunlight as wo sung Rock of Ages Cleft for mo writo 1 Â¬ Â¬ tho home stretch Mr and Mrs Win Rhodes wero In Pajnesvllle last week Father Ilerbuth will be here this week to Instruct the children of his church So many of our Garrett and Big Spring Mends hao been to mo Mr Griunell Mrs Stokes and little daughter Bertha of Louisville attended liunle More mens birthday party Mr Tom Robinson camo down Sunday to visit his sisters MisdHines S C Maliu and Weldon Barnett Mr Win Sebastian and Mrs S C Malin are having their residences re Â¬ modeled and otherwise Improved Miss Sophia Rhcinicklu is visiting her Will and Char Â¬ aunt Mrs J Caspcrke lie Cuspcrku spent Sunday at home Mrs Johnson and son Frank from Colorado spent a few days last week with Mrs James Fairlelgh aud Mr AlbeH Johnson Mrs Blanche Fontaine has returned from tho city with all the latest novelties and is at your service with her usual grace of manner Carlt Mrs Dan Roberts aud Mrs Richardson were in town last Friday Mrs Roberts has been very much indis Â¬ posed and is looking quite thin Bro Cherry has had mumps and is still feeling the effects Ho was not able to preach lust Sunday much to toe disappointment of his congregation 1 hear no after pieces from tho Into Everything is Democratic primary placid a general satisfaction reign Support tho nominees is the motto Our young friend Mc II Richardson has taken unto himself a mata in the Tiey person of Miss Kate Burkhaidt will reside in Louisville and we extend good wishes I appreciated Siroccos kindly recog- Â¬ nition of my sorrow and will say that I hope he may ever continue his original sensible letters where ever he may roam Theres good common sense ju every lino nnd a fearless spirit Col Will S Hayes of Mollie Darl Ing fame has decided not to dabblo in politics He says ono cannot be a pol- Â¬ itician nnd a Christian Wonder if ho had gotten the position of Supervising Inspector of Steamboats if ho would havo como to a like conclusion Linnio Moromen had a birthday party lost Saturday from two to live in the Swings wero all over tho afternoon yard games were enjoyed indoors and outdoors Music and n good timo gener ally Mrs Moremen served delicious Linnie received ices and bon bons quite a number of beautiful presents Tho ladies of the M E church have organized a sewing society They had a large attendance at the residence of Mrs James Lewis last week and will meet next Thursday at Mrs John 1 rakes A carpet is being made the second one the society has made The McthodiBt church is ready for the carpet and chairs It is a beauty and speaks volumes for tho building committee theladles and the enterprise of the little town Wo havo three pretty modern churches We need a graded school Churches and schools tell the story for a community its enterprise its progressive spirit its zeal aro all portrayed in those institu tions more than we will sometimes ad mit But its a patent fact nevertheless Â¬ 4 U fci fs T ALK ABOUT r BOTH PARTIES Hold Committoo Meetings And tho Repubs Throw Out Their It Usual Bluff About Wiping Up Tho Earth Etc Whilo Tho Donis Simply Select Convention Delegates THE SECRETARIES REPORT Mens IS Why -- - Shoes Ik B 300 We give you the best THE IIEPUIIIICAN COUNTY COMMITTEE MEETS HAiiniNenuno Ky April 16th 1894 Pursuant to call the Republican County Committee met lust Monday to complete tho county ticket Mr Bion Jollywho had been nominated for the office of Sur- Â¬ veyor sent In n letter declining to make tho race owing to business arrangements that would not permit his making tho canvass Mr C Royalty was put in his place Tho following persons wero chosen as candidates for deputy sheriff viz Mr Frank Payne of Cloverport Mr John Tucker of Hudsonville nnd Mr William Gardner of Mooleyville Messrs II A Dye and John II Comer wero selected as candidates for deputy assessor Tho resignations of Messrs Wm Ahl Win Dockery and Owen Cunningham as committeemen were presented and ac cepted Mr Ellis Cannon was chosen instead of Mr Dockery A resolution was offered and unani- Â¬ mously carried that Mr Chas Bland ford is the most available man to mako tho race as tho nominee of tho Republican party for Congress in tho Fourth Con- Â¬ gressional district Tho meeting was harmonious nnd completed the ticket that will wipe up the earth with tho De- Â¬ mocratic party in November Chairman llaswell presided over the Jim R Eskridok Secy meeting THE DEMOCRATS MEET at that Price Vest J i v tf 4 r fcV MM m 5 0 V 111 M IlAnuiNsnuRO Ky April 10 1804 The Democrats of Breckenridge county GUSTON Tho danco at Miss Helen Pollocks Saturday eveying was largoly attended Miss Eva Carrigan who has been visit ing friends In Louisville has returned home How our rosy cheeked railway mail clerk is smiling Wonder what ho is anticipating Mr Hall spent Sunday at Miss Maude Usoorne s Ol course the blonde was the attraction Mis Frank Osborne and little daughter Mabel after a pleasant visit to Grahamp ton have returned Mrs Jorrett aud niece little Mollie who havo been visiting relatives at Gar- Â¬ field returned home Saturday Mr S K Carrigan as representative of tho Prcsbyterian church hero is at Suolbyvillo Ky attending the Synod Mr P C Richardson was In town Friday shaking hands with old friends Press lias just returned from atrip south Miss Clara Adkisson arrived Monday night with a full supply of millinery goods Ladies call and examine the hats bonnets ribbons flowers feathers and laces Mrs Maggio Wrather Nannie W rather and Mr Morgan of Fulls of Rough spent soveral days visiting tho family of Mr Mike Shumate last week The remains of Mrs Ann Blanford arrived here Sunday morning f om Lou- Â¬ isville at which place she died Saturday of neuralgia of the heart Deceased was a sister of Mr Chailes Blanford and resided for many years near Bewleyvllle Quito a number of the traveling fro tornity were here last week pressing business orders Among the number we noticed Mr Axton of Owensboro and a friend whoso namo I have forgotten Mr Hlnes of Louisville Mr Seller a repre- Â¬ sentative of a New Albany Browing Co and Mr Flother of the American Gro- Â¬ cery Co met in convention at Hardinsburg on Monday April 10th 1894 for tho pur- Â¬ pose of selecting and instructing dele- Â¬ gates to meet in Bowling Green April 19 for the purpose of nominating a can- Â¬ didate for Judgo of tho Court of Appeals for this tho second district Tho follow- Â¬ ing delegates wero selected and instruct- Â¬ ed to vote for Willis L Reeves Clay- Â¬ ton Crosson William Miller Frank Beavin E L Robertson T B Hender- Â¬ son J R St Clair W K Barnes and any other Democrat who may attend On motion of William Miller the dele- Â¬ gates were instructed to cast tho vote of Breckenridge county for Hon Willis L Reeves for Appellate Judge D R Murray Milton Board Chrnin Secy n- uiiiiHv no na0T ALL KINDS OF Skillman ll If r B 5 INSU RANGE j iBuiuuuaiiiu uuwmuuuuuuuuwu W s i EKRON LydiaGundry is quite ill at this writ- Â¬ ing M N Bewley and T J Clarkson wont to Louisville last week Hon Gus W Richardson went to Louisville last Wednesday Misses Matnio and Ella Daugherty went to Brandenburg SaturJay Rov A R Willett and wife visited relatives at Long Branch last week W J Shacklett returned last Sunday to Lexington to resume his studies Miss Edith Montgomery of Louisville is visiting Misses Mattie and Jennio Itobcrts N B Dowoll was married last Wed- Â¬ nesday in Louisville to Miss Lizzie Wehmlller Mrs Ida Cofer of Ellzabethtown nr rived Wednesday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Tom Roberts Wanted Every Man Woman and Child in 4W 1 2d day of April Meador will poBitivoly sell for Cash or Produce Wo quote a few prices 5o per yd All Calicoes at 5 and 6Jc Dress Goods J8 10 and 12o A 1 Dress Goods at 22c All kinds of Dross Goods reduced in Â¬ R Witt Hoosier Cotton at Deafness Cannot be Cured lly local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only ono way to cure Deafness unil t li nt is 1V constitutional ritineilliH Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of tho Eu stachian tube When this tube gets in Â¬ flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing nnd when it is entire- Â¬ ly closed Deafness is the result and un Â¬ less the inllumation can bo taken out and this tube restored to its normal condi- Â¬ tion hearing will bo destroyed forever nine coses out ol ten are caused by catarrh which Is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces Wo will givo One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J Cheney Co Toledo O BSold by Druggist 75c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I I Tho agents for the C E Meisso Chart Company Columbus Ohio who were hero several weeks went on and left their livery stable bill and board bill un- Owensboro Mrs It E Pennington was here hut week visiting friends and relatives Shu lett Saturday morning to visit her sister Mrs Carlton near Ho tl t llardinsMrg to Know that on price to suit purchasers Como in and see for yourself f I U IT IS OVER And Miss Pollard Gets a Verdict for Damages to the Amount of 16000 Judge Wilson closed the argument in the famous trial with these words I invite you as my last words to impale him hold him aloft that the world may bo warned and justice will cry amen and amen Judge Bradleys Instructions to tho jury were more conservative and less in the plaintiffs favor than was expected The Jury retired at 307 oclock and ap Â¬ peared at 131 oclock Tho foreman mid We the jury find for tho plalntiir Col and assess her damages at 115000 Breckinridge appealed at onco for a new trial and Ui motion la yet to bo passed on settu Tho Baptist congregation at this place have not yet culled a pastor since Mr Itutledge left Itev Itutledge however will fill the pulpit until the charge is supplied An application for a tavern license at Garfield was again defeated in tho Tho ap- Â¬ County Court last Monday plicants asked for an appeal to the Cir- Â¬ cuit Court Dr Anson Evans of tho Toll City Journal was hero one day last week Ho was making arrangements for a public lecture which he wants to give hero in a short time Dr J O Bush will bo in Hardinsburg April 10 17 18 10 and 20 Positively no longer Willbe prepared to fill your teeth as well as extract them without pain by a now process We can give you anything you want in groceries Tho largest assortment of canned goods iu town So mo fine heads of early cabbage just from the south Hahdin A Bho Tho will of John II Oelze was proba Â¬ ted in the County Court last Monday He devises ills property to his daughter Oelzo had Lcanora Heretofore Mr given his other children an equal share of his estate And after the Witt Meador Hnrdinsburg Ky J T Massey and Genu Guedry return ed from Andyvllle Sunday evening where they had been for several days Dick Dowell Jr of Missouri came in last week to attend the marriage of his brother N B Dowoll nnd to visit rela- Â¬ tives Thieves broke into tho store houso of Mr I N Neafua Thursday night and among other things that were taken was a Smith and Weston revolver No cluo as yet to tho thief or thieves Rev Frank Qulnn of Louisville filled his appointment here the second Sunday and left Monday morning to visit his mother ut Morganfleld Union county Dogs are playing havoc with sheep in this neighborhood Mr I N Neafus lost twenty so veil Mr Blant Shacklett lost seven aud soveral more small lots There is a great deal of talk of a stock law in Meade and we think It timo thoy were talking about a dog law too Indebted id Witt cash or note Meador will pleaso come in and settle either by WITT MEADOR Kalth over leap the confines of our reason And If by filth as in olil timet mi said Women received their dead raited up to life Then only for a scaton our parting arc Nor hall we wait In valnuntll we meet sgaln NOTICE Hlraycd from mv rctldence nine miles eaitol Oweiuboro one bay hone 4 years old slim made Halted In irayson county Latt seen in wetternpart of Hrecfcenrldge about ten days to LiberalM reward for return or whereabouts T HKNUKIlbON Habit Ky D H WILSON AND Hotel Feed Stable rai nnw Bowleyville Ky Tula 0 Danieu NEW BETHEL We aro having plenty of rain NOTICE Taken up as astray by McCain Dox ell living on llardlnt Creek three mile north ol liar dlniburg in UreckenrlnKe county on the 3d imtaone bav hone age about four years hav Â¬ ing white spot on end of note and ljj bands bivhbut having no brands or other marks and which 1 have appraised at the value of slaty dollars Witness my hsnd this 12th day of April iSu CIMILACKJV II l 44 7 at this time Rev Agents wanted SOLlOITINa FOR cre Art broieu dawn from overwork or household W digestion rebuild the tjsWra cess of Ma awl Many Persons UrownH Iron Bitter malaria Ut Ui jauBA rtnoYM ex Duggins preached a splendid sermon to the little children Sunday Mr Irvin Barnes and sister Jenniej attended church Sunday at Bethel Mr James W Barnes is thinking of breaking up his com patch right soon Mrs Mary Barnes and son Irvin were the guests of Mrs O Hawkins a few days since Mr Samuel Morgan after a pleasant Mr and Mrs Louis Leo were in Steph visit to Guston left Wednesday morning ensport oue day last week shopping for Falls of Rough from which place hu departed Thursday morning forEveleigh Capt Hamilton Hennin of Hawesvlllo to visit home folks Perhaps a certain passed up with his litttle steamer Lena young lady there might tell us thore is a Archer last Monday enroute to Derby stronger magnet than home folks draw Ind MrFrank Parties and slater Emma ing hlra to the village of his boyhoods lays were passengers as far as this place Lovings Protective AND NOTICE All Administrators and Ousrdlans who are behind with their settlement In the County for more than two years mutt come forward and settle The late law Imposes a fine of io per thote who fall to d7 upon all the time prescribed make their settle Â¬ bylaw ment within THOMAS ADKISSON Judue llreckentldge County Court Collection Agency THI I NO HUMBUG 7 BIG PAY TO THE RIGHT Headquarters B0WLIN8 6REEN KY The steamer City of Vevay got lost in In the center A the fog one morning last week and ran townhouse and lot situated Iot 80x199 feet ol the Ky with a of lrvWKton boutc into the timber about two miles above one ttory frame butlnc eichtnie SS40 feet gUi Will tront thereon the same for tills city and received severe Injuries Urm land 1or particulars call on or address Two years oid wHI tie three Jniw sj ifei C V WATTINOI V Cloverport Ky Hlack with all the points 14 hands high vWy Her stage was smashed and several feet stylish sod highly tired For further lafwrna of her guards were torn away Nobody was hurt but the passengers were all F N DHuy is putting a new fence Ilea or piOu4r call m or aAMet WILLIAM BKARU seared into jlwlny file revHd his yard HUHllMtrg EXCHANGE m vwl JACK FOR SALE Ky it Pj h v rr jf Vyf all v -- t II I Awarded Highest HonorsWorlds Fair THE BREefeRIDGB KElWe CLOVEHPORT KY HJ nj 141 i JJ Wall paper and room moulding cheap JDR atT F Sawyers Mrs Nolto Â¬ who has been sick for sometime Is butter Aro Brazonly Staring Cloverport Mr Vent Ih brightening up his resi In tho Faco and Things dence by a new coat of paint 11 Will Move T Cooinrn ot llardlnsburg has accepted position with Deppos bridge 11 BETTERJIMES Every Mans Duty Is to adorn himself so as to appear as presentablo ns facilities of the present day will permit You can do po i VVVlvV CREAM to A BAKING POMHER MOST PERFECT MADE pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD BRECKENRIDGE iews 18 1804 WEDNESDAY AlKIL LOCAL BREVITIES nt Cabbages Ink clothing Sulzers Spring All kindsof shoes at Sulzers New figured sateens Sulzers Boys clothing all sizes Sulzers Spring suits for children Sulzers Sulzers Hugs carpets and matting Double breasted suits for boys Sul to let crew Sirs It L Newflom ci lfbratod the first anniversary of her marriage one evening last week A largo crowd of people witnessed the hnptlftlngof ten applicants at tho lower wharf last Sunday Tim He v llutledge officiated camo Harrison Do Haven colored down from Holt with all his children last Friday and erected an elegant monu- Â¬ ment at tho gravo of his recently departed wife Thoso who do not want to miss an In- Â¬ tellectual treat such as rarely cornea our way should not fall to hear Bishop Dud Â¬ ley at the Elm street Methodist chinch to morrow night All Tho Brick Works Will Bo in Activo Operation Within Tho Noxt Fow Days MAY THE WORK PROSPER at ery little conl by buying from JULIUS WINTER S CO Tho present outlook In regard to tho operation of our brick plants is exceed- Â¬ ingly flattering and it will only bo a few days till all of them will bo in activo operation THE ACME A party of tho Acmo directors camo down from Louisvillo one day last week and inspected their immenso establish Â¬ ment Tho company consisted of tho G II Hikes J C following persons Loomis Fred Ilartz W T Copo and Louis Sommcrs A News representative Interviewed Mr So miners tho general superintend- Â¬ ent and received tho following information The object of our visit is to In- Â¬ spect our works and tnko necessary steps for an early resumption of operations We aro out of brick the lost one is sold our yards are clean and wo have orders Wo will start men to work for more to morrow cleaning up and making some necessary repairs and it is our in- Â¬ tention to start tho works on full tlmo within a fow days We will run with Â¬ out ceasing tho weathor permitting Wo are in a better shape now- - financial- Â¬ ly and every other way than we have oyer beon since wo started the works A force of men have been at work now for several days getting tho works in ship shapo and tho start will probably be made some day next week Â¬ ECornerThlrtl and Market Sts Louisvillo Ky Merchant Tailors Ready Made Clothiers Gents Furnishers We Figure The more people know i zers Any size envelope you desire nt Bab bagos We are headquarters for paints Short Hayncs Get tho worth of your money in shoes at Sulzers Watches cheaper than ever before Short Haynes Tho biggest value in soap Only 5c per cake at Babbages Our selection of boys clothing come and see it Sulzers Thti prettiest lino of dinner baskets ever shown at Babbages Hot rolls good bread made from Fleishmans yeast Sulzers We are loaded with paints of all kinds Trices low Short Haynes Bicycles horns bells oils and a gen Â¬ eral line of repairs Sulzers You How about your shaving brush see the best lino at Babbages can Lay aside your winter clothes come cut in a now spring suit Sulzers Mr J H Sampley is running tho en Â¬ gine at tho Third street planing mill Sea salt is delightful and refreshing in bath at this season Short Haynes Boys clothing until you cant rest suits for all ages and sues Sulzers Cleveland went a fishing and you can do tho same get an out fit to day Sul- Â¬ Charles Bolder tho city contractor has finished grading Dr Watklns and Kirt Weatherholt8 lots at tho corner of High and Third streets The work took 2700 yards of dirt Fishing has been good in the creeks about Cloverport and the sports big lit tle old and young black and white malo and female have angled constantly Several nico strings havo been caught Oscar Holder camo up from Owens boro Monday night to visit his mother He will leave to day to join the Dan Castello Cos circus He will play tho sliding trombono in tho circus band The show will probably visit this city soraetimo in May Miss Ida Welsenberger has closed her school at Liberia Ind and Is at home Miss Welsenberger for tho holidays gives such general satisfaction as an eff- Â¬ icient teacher that she has already secured her school for tho next term Our stock is thojnost complete over offered in this vicinity and is unequaled in This Way Style Fit Quality or Price CROSSED THE RIVER C about Bicycles the more careful they will be in buying the more trade We will get Thats one reason why were always glad to have you come in and look around Another is that were proud of our goods and like to show them oiTCome in when you are in Cloverport and talk the matter over We can do you good - KIRK rATTONs v Capt Ahl tho Republican candidate for County Judgo was out at Hardins burg Monday feeling tho pulse of Ids party Ho says he met with a hearty welcome from the leaders and feels con Â¬ fident that ho will win In November not however without a pretty hard fight ho added After tho 1st of May the ordinance prohibiting tho jumping on and ofT of trains while in motion will bo enforced by tho city authorities This should bo takon by all kids and other persons who are in tho habit of doing this act as a hint of warning All violators will sure Â¬ ly bo pulled Tho Patton Brick Plant is making pre- Â¬ parations to start next Monday the 21rd Inst Men aro being contracted for tho machinery and yard aro being placed In the proper order and the wheels will probably start to rolling on that date CLOVEniORT PERSONAL Mr J Wright of Owensboro was in tho city yecterday R E Mattlngly of Hardinsburg was In tho city Wednesday Dr Cottrell Is at homo again very much Improved In health f Mr J W Cary of Clifton Mills was in the city yesterday on business Dr J T Owen wife and Mrs F M Smith went to Louisvillo yesterday Hon G D Chambers of Hawcsville was hero yesterday on legal business Mrs Patrick of Hardinsburg is tho guest of her daughter Mrs U Farber Mr J Stewart Miller of Deanellcld was in tho city on business last Friday Mr W II Bowmer and wife went to Louisville Monday and returned last night N B Chambers of Hawesville made allying business trip to this city last Friday Mrs G P Jolly and Morris Eskridge of Hardinsburg were In the city one day last week Mr Stader and Frank Bates went to Cannelton last Friday on a lying bus- Â¬ iness trip Mrs D Hambleton and daughter Maggie were the guests of Mrs U Far- Â¬ ber last Saturday Mr James II Moorman who has been vleitlngin Henderson since Christmas returned last Friday Mr and Mrs Temple of Pellevillo visited Mr and Mrs 0 D Temple at the Cloverport Hotel last Saturday Mrs WIrk Moorman spent last Wed- Â¬ nesday with Mrs W D Holt at her beautiful homo In Holts Bottom Miss Lizzie Skillmau who has been spending several weeks delightfully In Louisville returned home yesterday Miss Kate Hawkins Mrs R B Lay and Mrs G W Payne of Stophonsport were in the city last Thursday shopping Eugene Vest left for New York yes Â¬ terday He will bo absent several days He may sail for Europe about May 10th Amos Board Wm Hardin Jack Ballard of Hardinsburg Jolly and came down last Sunday and spent the day Ed Hiner went to Henderson last Fri Â¬ day to start with Mr Hagood on his reg Â¬ ular trip of inspection over the Texas and branch Mr J 0 Wilkereon floor manager of tho Falls City warehouse camo down lost Sunday and spent tho day with rel- Â¬ atives in this city Mr Will Gedllng and Miss Nannie Wilson Mr Georgo Crist and Miss Ju- Â¬ lia Robinson paid a flying visit to Holts Bottom Monday evening Miss Annie Hambleton who has beon tho guest of relatives in this city for a couple of weeks returned to her home at Sorghotown last Friday Mr Wm Pomery returned from a four years visit to Allen Collin county Texas last Tuesday and Is the guest of his sister Miss Mary Wilson Mrs thos E Aud of Leesburg Va accompanied by her little daughter Jenr nle Louise and little son David Murray arrived last week to spend a month with her father Judge John Allen Murray Mrs J S Wllkerson and her daugh Â¬ ter Mrs BtU Evans who have been spending the winter at St Louis with Iter daughter Mrs StaaelllT returned bot Uet week for the sammer They report a very pleamat sojewn in 8t zers rloth in our show window to day zers Ed Ladles look at tho display of TinBon Sul- Â¬ i 5s J fetf V a New Grecian lawns all wool challles new f rench ginghams and tintsin cloth Sulzer3 Magic food makes hons lay makes young chickens grow keeps them heal- Â¬ thy Sulzers Mrs Mollio Wohlor of Grandvlew Ind is visiting her sister Mrs J H Loyan this week A largo shoo buttner free with every bottle of Seal oil shoe polish only a few inoro left Sulzers MissLula Robertson passed through the city yesterday enroute from Pell villo to her home near Union Star It will soon bo time when tho Ham- Â¬ mock will bo tho housekeepers greatest afternoon pleasure seo Babbages Our grocery department is neat Our stock complete And to trade with us you will find to be a treat Sulzers Bishop Dudloy will preach at the Elni stret Methodist church to morrow Thursday evening at 7 30 oclock p m It took ton thousand impressions of our press this week to got the Bhecken juixiE News into the hands of tho peo- Â¬ ple We do not quote prices in wall paper but call and let us have a chance to give you our figures on your next work Babbago Mr L II Bosley of Chenault camo down yesterday morning on the packet with a lot of hoop poles which he sold to Chas May This week In order to supply the de Â¬ mand for Fleishmans yeast wo will havo au extra supply send In your order ear- Â¬ ly Sulzers It Is no uncommon thing for Clover porters to get up of a morning and find the city strewn with treasonable A P A literature Ladies are you alter values Our assortÂ¬ ment is not largo in Queenswara and Glassware what wo havo must go regard leas of cost Babbago Coxeys brigade would havo attracted mora attention if they had havo had a new suit of clothes out of our select lino of spring clothing Sulzers R T Mattlngly has traded his farm at Addison for 0 J Fellas Eastland esÂ¬ tate and will movo back to this city Mr Fella will move to Addison Mr J W Masters an estlmablo young man who worked nt tho Acme Vitrified Brick Works last spring died very sud Â¬ denly at his homo in Itlx Mills Ohio some days ago of paralysis Misses Lizzie and Titia Hall who have been staying with their father at Webster for some weeks have returned home While gone Miss Lizzie made a pleasant social visit to Louisville Boys cut this advertisement out re Â¬ turn it to us by mail with six cents and we will send you a bIm one bladed Address Sulzbrs Advbrtwino knife pAAKTHENT Cloverport Ky VUH IIYBFBFiJlA whilo it is making The Old Plant no particular stir about it may bo tho Men aro first to get in active operation at work actively putting things into tho proper shape for running and tho works may start ono day this week Twenty seven car loads of brick were sold by this company last week and tho stock In their yards is being rapidly cleaned out When theso works all get started tho period of close times for Cloverport will bo over When tho black smoko rolls from tho huge stacks and tho whistles blow and tho machinery hums every Â¬ thing else in Cloverport hums in con When the wheels turn at the coul brick works ovory business in Cloverport prospers Men wear smiles Instead of frowns and tho pinch of hunger no longer leaves its mark on tho faces of mothers and babes The slow and swag ering walk of the Idle loafer will bo sup- Â¬ planted by tho fast quick step of tho prosperous laborer as with dinner pail In hand he rapidly traverses the distance between his work and homo Merchants and business men will no longer wear the wrinkles of discontent and the calamity howler will take to the woods Speed the prosperous day IRVINGTON Mr Everys Prothoroo visited Bello View Sunday Mr G W Brown was on the sick list all of last week Messrs Edgar Lewis andWill Williams were guests at Mrs Munfords Thursday evening Miss Lula Lewis went to Louisville Friday to visit her mother and returned Monday Mr Edgar Lewis has returned to Cin- Â¬ cinnati after a pleasant visit to his sister Mrs Kate L Bennett Mrs T N McGlothlan returned homo Sunday from a visit to her mother Mrs Eve Brashear who is quite ill Mr Henry Head was in town last Wednesday en route to Louisvillo whore he attended tho Wondling lecture Mr Richard Bandy is in Mooleyville under tho care of Dr Mitchell the can- Â¬ cer specialist We hopo to havo him como home soon cured Mr F P Hagood accompanied by his Hazel visited West llttlo daughter Point Sunday and were the guests of Mrs Eugene Withers and Mr Julius Brashear Miss Rco Washington entertained Thursday evening In honor of her guest Thoso present Miss Nellie Henderson were Misses Mary Henderson and Lucy Georgo Drury and Messrs Frank Everys Protheroo LOOKOUT Misses Haynes attended church at Union Star 8unday Rumor says there Is to bo a wedding tics In our vicinity soon J W French of Roborta Bottom had a fine cow to die last week Miss Daisy B Watlington attended church at Union Star Sunday Wo feel somewhat lonesorrio in our should bo rich to lnsuro neighborhood since the primary health Poor blood moans Miss Birdie W French and Bister at- Â¬ Anaemia diseased bleod tended church at Sample Sunday moans Scrofula Mr Helm Mllnor of Union Star has moved on to his farm inRobortsBottom Mr and Mrs Philo Hawkins were the guests of Mr and Mrs E French Sun Â¬ jmmmmmmmmmmmr day Mr Forest W Blaln of Stephensport spent a few days in Roberts Bottom last jmammmmmmmmammmmm week tho Croam of Cod liver Oil Miss Minnie F Canary expects to pay enrlchos tho blood euros her sister a visit soon near Tuckers school house Anaemia Scrofula Coughs Mrs Quint Beauchamp was tho guest Colds Weak Lungs and other mother and father Mr and Mrs Wasting Diseases Physieians E French last week tha world over endorse lu Mr M F FraReht ot Groveton Texas SW I ww wj who w bHHht hone HOfneUwi ago on -- nun of llliteeabi Impravlaf slowly aeeotint Business dull S Grinnell Dies at His Homo V B Burton Is here looking after tho stave business in Brandenburg Surrounded Mrs Peto Sherron has been laid up By His Friends for several days with a bad cold Dud Miller and Waller Wilson of Tho many friends of Charles S Grin- Â¬ nell will be grieved to hear that ho died Jollys passed through Thursday Hello Jolly how about that wedding at his home in Brandenburg fcunuayuie that was going to bo but fulled to be 15th Inst at 2 oclock p m Mr Grinnell was fifty one years of ogo Taylor Tate son of Milton Tate was and had been a resident of Meade coun- Â¬ visiting Hilery McGarys boys last Sun Â¬ ty for twenty years In 18G0 ho was day married to tho present Mrs Grinnell Mrs Winchell wo aro glad to say is and tho union has been blessed with ten much better and we hopo she will boon children six of whom are liing bo up again religion and joined tho Ho professed James Durham and daughter Miss Catholic church tho week before he Ida wont to Glendeano tho 12th to visit was a great sufferer but Ho died Ho was son and brother II Durham patient and resigned to death Allie Baysiniier and James Dubinins buried from tho Catholic church In Brandenburg on Monday and a largo boys are getting up a fishing club Al concourse of friends followed him to his gors over and stays all day every Sunday Miss Beo Miller returned homo Wed Â¬ resting placo Tho pall bearers wero hi8 old pupils Prof T J McAullfib Dr R nesday from Hawcsville where she has J Dowden Messrs Albert Moremen been visiting friends nnd relatives for D W Low is James Bickcretafl and tho past two weeks Beautiful crosses George Casperko Henry Shrowsbcrry our bed spring of Murehial Neil roses and sinllax wero man was hero iokiiiL tho bovs Thurs sent by friends day Henry is 11 good fellow and a Mr Grinnell had served as Deputy Hustling Democrat County Court Clerk of Meado county There aro lots of tobacco around horo for nearly four years and ho was a very unsold and wo would bo clad if some school In Ho taught efficient officer ono would como In and buy it The Â¬ Meado Breckenridgo and Hardin counlarmers aro anxious to sell ties for fifteen years and ho has many Tho Primary Is a thing of tho past and His friends wherever ho Is known estimable wife we can say that tho ticket is a irood one death Is a sad blow to his and there is no reason why every Demo and loving children and thoy havo tho crat in the county cannot voto for It So of many friends heartfelt sympothy lets givo tho boys a big majority To tako Glendeanos items as a crite LODIBURG rian There must bo more courting and Mr John Avitt visited his son at Irv less marrying going on in that neighbor- Â¬ hood than any placo the size of it in tho Ington last Saturday M W Hardin who has been in poor State There aro soino people however health for the past three mouths is slow Â¬ that cant handlo but ono thing at a time Give us some news ly improving Mrs Beaty has returned homo after a Kirk is a business littlo placo situated pleasant visit of a week among her rela- Â¬ four and a half miles from Hardinsburg tives near Hosetta on tho L II W railroad and on tho W II Gibson and Jessie Payne ship dividing ridgo between Rough river and od six hhdsof tobacco last week and will tho Ohio river Tim land here Is not go up this week to sell it only productlvo but it lays well and on Mr Cornwal camo down Sunday and each sido of tho ridgo thoro are beautiful spent tho day gathering mineral from farms laying back in good repair making our lovely fields and gutters this a beautiful placo by nature Added Mr T J Jolly 6f Bowieyvillo and J to this in two miles south lies tho beau Â¬ B Jolly of Sample wore visiting their tiful and productive valley know n as tho sister Mrs Nancy Hardin last weok Mattlngly neighborhood in a high stato Mrs W II Gibson and Mrs A M of cultivation making this tho center of Hardin purchased from Mrs T J Jolly ono of tho best bodies of farming lands in two dozen bronze turkey eggs at 1 00 tho countv Wo aro sorrv to sav airi- per dozen culture and its followers havo beon so Tho remains of Mr Marvel Jordan neglected by their representatives that woreintored in the Walnut Grovo cem ovon on theso lands farming Is not profi- Â¬ etery April 14th Ho was an old and table respectable citizen and will bo sadly missed among his relatives and friends Dan Tucker was not aware of tho fact that his best girl would bo nt Raymond tho second Sunday or ho cortalnly would not hnvp gone to Hardinsburg on that In ollerlng to the public the services ot the folparticular day lowing bretilintf tuck we do not hesitate to lay that we believe it to be at irooJ as can be found Poor Babbler In the state Not only well bred on the side for Sirocco Hurrah ol their at dont you really think that you babblo dams sires but equally thingwella through their a very Important In breeder Â¬ too much soino times We Baptist usually see alike but not exactly as other No N8 II It denominations seo especially thoso who Was sired and foaled at Lexington Kv This holy sanctlficatlon Wo bollevoin high styled Kentucky Saddle bullion will make claim the season of i at my place Banc t Meat Ion as a progressive work that llewleyvllle on the Louisville one mile Kast of road is begun in regeneration and that it is it PIUHGItEU Uouhiion Denmark was sired by liyetto carried on the hearts of believers by tho Denmark he by Ned Gainea Denmark he by presence and power of the Holy Spirit racehorse Diomedc he by Imported llccltfcforcf jd dam by Davy lit dam the healer and comforter in the contin- Â¬ Crockett by Hall Mocking 3d dam by ltonoak 4th dam by Her ual use of the appointed means espec- Â¬ trund jth dam by Highlander NOTK You will notlco from this renowned ially the word of God self examination sires breeding that he is backed up by the solf denial watchfulness and prayer I strongest families ot Dcnmarks on the sires side elear back to thoroughbreds Un his dams niu not taking up this subject for an ar Â¬ side he has some of the bttt crosses of saddle had backed up gument for I think It out of a ladys families to be both onstrongly dams side by thoroughbreds sire and place to arguo either on religion or poli Â¬ Â¬ r1JjWHai VfVVV VVfV Cloverport Ky Ill Fertilizers k If you want a good crop this spring just uso our Fertilizers and success in yours Wo aro handling tho saino brand that has given so much satis- Â¬ faction for years If you havo never used it you know nothing nbout it Tho same field that grew corn last year where tho bumble beo would sit on tlm ground and suck tho blossom by using our Fertilizers will grow this cur so tall t lint it will tako him all day to fly to the top of it It is put up in 180 Found bags much easier for hand Â¬ ling and will cost you only Per hundred call 135 Dont fail to givo us a Very respectfully JT JDeard IlAUDINSlJURG KY 1 Co 1 DRURYS BREEDING STOCK Â¬ ill mi 1 Bourbon Denmark Given away A Fine Free To everyone who buys a dollars worth of goods ami pays dow n for It Wo will givo one guess for each dollar at u candy Dressing Stand Worth Blood Denmark Is a beautiful bar lC hands hluh and has at much natural ttvle at any ttallion In the state and Is at fine u breeder at can be found lie breeds his colts with style and finish sqlld colors and plenty of very strongly after himself eight site llrecds out of ever ten going the gaits by the mothers tide lie transmits his saddle qualities very readily because his gaits are all natural and not acquired lie goes all the galtt easily but especially to be admired Is his running walk llouHBON Â¬ UlCHIlTION 1050 A Beautiful f A Emulsion ettttj vRHSj Scotts 8 Day Jack Canary Bird Canary Hiku inbicd Illack Warrior black carriage and splen with mealy points Is of did action with heavy bone Asa breeder of Olook hrst class mules hjs character It well known Is Hne Â¬ 1000 to insure Iloiirbau Deuiuurk a living colt payable when colt la foaled If mare should be told or traded oil the money will ue auo ai lime 01 sale or pa rung incrcirom Canary HlrU 80O to Insure a live colt syable when colt Is foaled If111 L- - should be intra j -j hjicu ir KRucu un ins muiivf vtiiiuv uue ii tun No responsi- Â¬ time of tale or parting therefrom bility for accident or escapes Mtrct kept on Tiutnis And a Handsome Jar full of loose pins Tho ono who has tho nearest guess gets first choice tho next the second choice j tho third tho last choice This will begin April 25 and on August 1st tho guesses will bo taken in and tho goods w ill be delivered to the proper owners Itoniombor this is free to all who trade at our house with marketing or cash Ko guesses al Â¬ lowed ou goods bought on tlmo Como and see the arrangement and bo con- Â¬ vinced that it will be fairly donu Ask about It when in Ouston So wu remain yours with thanks i ijr Ncff GUSTON Kagin KENTUCKY caty terint CHAS II DRURY nKWLHYVILIil KV Toilet Set Old Ucllable Store rntwiWuiiir Three hundred acre of land In Duncans Val Â¬ ley for taleitbree good dwellings well watered one hundred acres alley IsbJ the test up land well tlmbcredt a splendid sugar camp w4l set Id blue gratt Will tell oa easy Urns give posse stlan auy time KrecktnilJge county Ky A GREAT BABOAIN Appix A Fight for Millions Soon 0 U f r I a frsjaspiljTliisJWsaWWnMitMlWM THE BRROKBNRIDQB Hi In 1 NB8 OLOVRHPOHT wriwiwMiiisi Stf1icKWwi wl i ml mJftiiina KY mini n TnnitifTii - rtirfflrasi rTrmwri-i-- - BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 18 1891 WEDNESDAY APRIL 11 F Smith conveying to Jail latn Dr Milton Hoard dellvellnc poll books 1893 sam J V St Clair 6to 4P0 2P0 SETTLEMENT Slteriff Rliotlos ant His Efficlont Depullos Havo Collected and Paid Ovor 889689 And Still owo On tieo Harned H 0 Drane Sam W Parsons if 11 Dean it 00 18 00 18 00 1H 00 Our legislators scorn determined to tutke bachelors Useful In some way They are going to force em to marry by taxing Vm for tho biipport of other peo Â¬ ples children or drive urn from tho country Some of em nro in the pre Â¬ dicament that most of the colored peo Â¬ ple were lu when I was down south at the time the price of cotton picking dropped from one dollar per hundred down ti tidy iviitil er hundred They swore that they would leave the country raised sand but couldnt raise the to defray the expenses Ho dear Kditor you bee of emigration we have to buckle to work the harder in order to contribute tho bachelors mite or bachelors dollars is what the law re- Â¬ quires for tho education of tho high Jllo low tho rich tho poor when wo had to pay dear for what llttlo cducatlonwe have been able to pick up Taking everything into consideration it scorns that the main object is to Incense the population of Kentucky Theyre ilu termlned that Kentucky shall be woll represented in the next world Were taxed on the school houses Itound which shall be a fence taxed on evry fixture And Item of expense And Its all for tbc babies Gee whit can It be The land ofthe biave And the home of the freer m MONErTALKS IcoUllliland F A Heavin court M 3f0 surveying by order of 1121 1JJ 10 2 jOO OC Martaln Ben T Miller O F Black D Hambleton Courier Journal Co A It Fisher 3 P Drury J M Lewis Hook Miller Jc Co Lee Blsho K 1 - V 00 15 U0 16 00 16 00 21 00 18 35 3 35 76 1 KikrIJgo Com and receiver Â¬ II W Hasham viewer road 2 days What It Costs To Run a County J P Monarch services en as Clcrkof Fis Liko This on tho Closost Eco- Â¬ cal curl Oct term 1893 and April term IfrlM nomical Prlnclplos Thos Adklsson JuJge U C 0 - 100 i0 3Q0U0 250 00 List of Claims Allowotl by tho Ro- - J Saae arranging and cont Brockonridgo Fiscal Court books 1893 R Robertson viewer Amounting to 354345 W J Owen RMay WE PAY OUR DEBTS C II Mattlngly 1 M Hoard County Attorney K Monarch Clerk fee bill ll 7415 2010 the Ceunly 320508 tho Tax Books For the Yoar 1893 w ia3 Z2rtS i jSh ILL ffffl M 2 if vt 1 TAPER We are now prepared to do your paper hang Â¬ ing In the latest Btyle 30 2 25 2M I 76 7 00 4 01 4 to 20 00 1 60 delivering one day 1 00 00 00 00 00 10 100 1 1 1 Regular April State of Kentucky Term 1894 llreckenrlJge Fiscal Court It ll ordered by the Court that the following luma be and they are hereby allowed and appropriated to the persons and for the pur potea below named and the Sheriff It ordered to pay tamo out of levy of 18V1 except ai otherwlie provided to wit Q W Heard X Son goodi to prisoner 29 07 and paupen Shellman Bros booki to Ilettle Haw- 2 05 kins children M Meyer fc Co books to Nancy Alex- Â¬ 1 80 ander children 5 00 MIrh Meyer goodi to Klias Mattlngly 6 00 O T Mercer repairs on bridge Same for new bridge J II L Moorman house rent election 1893 40 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 50 3 00 Jolly Matthias Miller Taylor Beard 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Â¬ J II V Haawell r 00 00 00 00 CSprlngate J P Lyons Cbas Powell C S Robertson viewer two days R S Miller 0 W Carwlle chairman one day Oeo Beaton Geo Harned Jndge of election 1893 II 0 Sprnate V L Klncheloe Dr R M Smith PC Comer T II Henderson H 1 1 200 200 1 00 100 300 200 200 200 2oo 2H0 Gardne- rJoe O Mattlngly COMMISSIONERS REPORT John P Morton F Compton X lannaway To tho Honorable Thos Adklsson Judge of Jerry Askln the Breckenrldgo County Court and the O P Jolly Justices of the Peace sitting as a Fiscal Win II Hell Esfcrldge Coiar nud Re Â¬ Court Your Commissioners would cg leare Mourns ceiver of the Sinking Fund to rejiort the following as a final settlement Wm Kelneri with F K Ilhoaes 8 II C for the year I6V3 ItO lardlaer towlt Anderson Pool F K Rhodes Sheriff to Hreckenrldge OR Mattlngly County Dr Tbos L Wroo D S To balance In hands ofSberiQ at last settlement Oct 3 1893 11348 47 F K Rhodes S B C Sam To tax on 709750 It H prop erty at 20c on eachvIUu 141950 W 8 Cart D 8 To sale of delinquent list 1893 15000 O U Miller Com tor this settlement 1291797 ly delinquent Ux list allowed CRtpiTS 1 IHii mi IF vi ffm V SH MeCraeken JUST FROM ffflil vSl Aja t J Wr 2600 00 20 00 13 18 10 00 11 20 13 16 LOUISVILLE 39 65 29 95 Is with us nnd will he at your fcorvice when called upon Consult us on your work be for letting any further contracts 39 00 35 70 16 00 1500 00 29 Were Jrio D BABBAGE CLOVEHPORT KY HfHf Sheriffs comon 141950 Ily amts paid out as ordered by Dy 5070 9712 amount due ordered to be paid to M Kskrldge Comr and Receiver of the Sinklng Fund Total amount of adralorum tax Dy Â¬ r sr Wo have to bear 1205 C8 the married mans the Court viz Stewart Witt X Conrad tamo choolhouie 0 P Masey K II Miller Wills EM Hartles J J Severs E II lardner S E Waggoner 11 2oo 2oo 2 oo Joe H Serers 75 00 9 02 4 50 2 50 J Ortgory Truiteej Custer D J 2oo 2 oo same Sam Dlx II II Hrumfield 8 J Jolly Alf Adkins V oollected Tantamount of poll tax collected 5745 3151 19 60 OW Heard Mrs V Daniel Morrii II Heard W F Speak Jai Crawford II A Hunter Wra Keith Mike Lyddan S K 3 00 3 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 6 75 3 90 2oo 2oo 2 oo 213 35 1 B Dr W Hank David White 50 27 60 7 45 46 75 4 00 6 00 25 00 6 70 6 1 CO Mattlngly Secy Masonic lodge Hudson J J Seven Alexander X llle booki powder and fuie Roberts Main A Co repairs on bridge J 1 Severs lumber on road Same teams and hauling on road I S Richardson X Son books to Mrs Stlths children Ice lilihop arreit etc Jas Harrison nnd wife Jano Ilrnldy and Hattle S Younger II C Garner F 0 Parr John B Manning Mat Shrewsberry Frank Dellaven S W Parsons Jesie Tucker 0 M 2oo 2oo 2Oo II Morgan M Myer Iticeard Davis 2oo 2oo - CO Murtaln John II Meador Win Lyons thos N Dyer Mrs Mollle Drack Alf Allen D V 8896 89 The foregoing reltlement shows a baUnje In tbehaqdsof S K Rhodes 8 B C of Witness my hand ths 6th of 320568 John E Mokaiicii Coin April 1894 A copy attest John K Monarch Clerk B CO contumely now but we will have to hustle and help him irtako a living for bis little nosed brats If our law makers would just reverse the modus operandi and put a tax on babies Kentucky would flourish like a green bay tree See As it is tlis scribe will have to give up bis favorito occupation of wielding his pen every week for tho News for seed time is hero and our neighbors children are crying Oh what shall the harvest be What shall the harvest be iiT l The Best Shoe ror the Least Money 1W ygffM yi W 65 L 4 and DOUGLAS GENTLEMEN V 3 SHOE VA SI3 - VTyffirUiWt VUr f 1 VTK VTl 2Oo R II Adklsson J PHaswelljr D N Howard 2oo 2oo 2oo 2oo 2oo 2 oo 2 2 2 05 90 SIROCCO V B IloburU and wifo spent Sunday at Sirocco 1 F Buwley returned homu from the 2 40 11 Our answer is Well give you your BMWC7 lT fcr IZ0 VsaSL S350 Polico Shoo 3 Soloo 8250 2 for Worklngmon 82 and 8175 for Boys m LADIES AND S360 Dross Shoo A Henry le you your schooling free school I n Tret Oeo W Hurton Jas M Hook JlsslswVMsaeeW e mimmtiimmrv sam4 THsV MISSES If dealer 7 50 4 Oil 9 3S 25 00 7 15 S E Mattlngly Joe Claycomb Riley Dowell M J Beben J II Moorman Slaton oo Win Kelner oo Rachel lleston oo Jas V King Stephen Kennedy Mary Lewis Oscir Miller John 40 00 85 00 1 50 2 oo Clerk election 1893 2 oo 2 oo 2 oo 2 oo 2 oo 2 no 2 no 1891 2 oo J Whltworth 100 00 100 00 5 00 6 63 15 00 2 00 10 10 8 85 Klpur It layne trustee for Susan layne 30 00 Levy I89t F K Hbodes 8 II 0 books etc 39 65 Levy ISJt 6J 30 Jno I Ualibagc books and printing 11 F sidewalks nround Heard X Co 435 00 courthouse 13 15 U C Levy 1893 Thos I Wroe D 29 05 V K Rhodes S H C Levy 18WI 39 00 WS Cirt D S 11 0 Levy 1893 Cbas H Miller I S 11 C Levy 1893 35 70 O Vt Heard balance due John Slaton R I Oclie Cbas II Drury Jai Crawford C P Sawyer J M Hell D 0 Moorman Davis CunnlnghamClerk election I1C lamer Clerk election 1893 WM Robert Spencer Letltla Green FK J L Rhode Rhodes 25 Oil 50 Oil 1 2oo 2 oo 2 oo 2 oo 2 oo 2 oo 2 oo Mattio and Lucretla Cannon Vitula Matilngly FredFralse Cas Rhodes W D Owen 0 OO 53 13 llensley 40 00 50 00 110 00 25 00 10 00 1 1 1 1 Arned Board Frank Haswell 0 WCurwlle Moorman V H Burton J II Avltt Win HarshOeld W II Hasham L Clemons D N Howard Lent Casliman W II Dutschke Edgar Adklsson T N 5IcOiothan W D C Hardin Joel II Pile AM Jailer fe7 50 Milt Coke 00 00 00 00 12 oo 4 D Hambleton 10 00 Lane 4 12oo J W Jarrett 4 00 John A Harry pauper coffin 3 Sam W Parsons 9oo 12 00 M Hamman three pauper coffins 4 95 Payne X Oelze road tools 7 50 I Hambleton bridge Com 5 days Ditto llerrymen planting 12 trees In 3543 45 Total 3 00 jail yard A copy attest 45 00 Hies larkcr cleaning publlo privy John E Monarch Clerk 75 Same cleaning Courthouse walk 0 00 A M Hardin X Co road tools RAYMOND Dr A A Simons attention to Miss 10 00 Saunders Items very very scarce John W Kennedy wood to Ilerry Tho weddings in this neighborhood 20 00 Kasey by order of poor house com hnvo censed at lost Dr J W Meador attention to II P Tho Jiealth of tho community is very 5 00 Hair A fow cases of la gripe yet 4 00 good Robert Lockard pauper coffin Miss Nettie Cashman is attending the 1 50 K T Drane witness In election case John UTucker 2 sign boards 150 Ilardinsburg High School at present Misses Junio and Cora Hendry called R A Shellman material and work on 100 00 on Mrs Mattie Mercer Wednesday evon Clover creek bridge loo Uarned Inquest on II F Hair 6 00 ing 15 25 Jas dray lumber on road Mr J F Claycomb mado a flying trip 13 80 J L Harned lumber for culverts to Owensboro last Thursday on busi Â¬ Dr J C Sutton medical attention to ness 3 00 prisoners Making garden cleaning tho house 0 00 Milt Hrown drift from Dents bridge and yard is all tho women talk about 0 00 Riley Dowell innuost onChasMltcbem now II 00 Same on Jas Kasey Miss Mary Philpot of PayneHvlllowill 3 00 Same as bridge Com two days R S Handy sharpening road tools 90 teach the spring school at the Argabright school house S P Drury arrest etc of John Whit- 5 40 ter Mr Otter Stiff is very glad spring baa Same for Alf Johnson and Adam Muck- Â¬ como lie thinks perhaps it will bring 6 30 er arrest eto the Lillie back 5 50 Same arrest etc John Anions Farmers are behind with their work C C Martaln bridge Com three days 4 50 Some of them having to sow their oats Same and Geo Harned bridge Com 6 00 ovor on account of tho freeze 2 days each Dr Win Mllner examination of Jas 5 00 Morton deceatod 27 50 N 1 Hell lumber to Miorbouse W E Uruwn goods to Emily Brown Levy lfcJi 310 2 50 Dr S 1 Iarks visit to Louis Robblns Ktnchelon X Hoard drugs eto to jail 47 20 and poorhouae Joel Jordan keeping caring for and 50 00 burying Chas Skillman Jas S Tinlus material and work In 174 09 Hull Creek and town creek bridges 110 02 Jas K Cbapin lumber for same It S Carter work nnd hauling fur 5 25 same Geo Iregory material and work on 22 25 bridge 1 00 Kd Pate work on bridge John Compton keeping Mary Tucker 8 days while sitk 8 00 8 00 Iool twu pauper coffin 2 00 II A Hunter Infant pauper coOin J S Ueavln filling mud hole in Allens P Jolly sheriff election Tbos L Wme T J Jolly J It Biggs W 11 1893 2 oo 2 8o 3 12 2 8o 2 8o 2 So 2 96 3 6o 3 2o 2 io 2 96 2 oo 1 1 1 00 Oil Tnul Hunter II L Morton 00 OO J J B 1 1 1 1 W F Speak 00 00 00 P Nottingham Wright Aaron Norton C 11 Miller Jas L Ctishman Johh A Comer W Bandy Wm Argabright 0 3o2 3 2o 3 2o 5 F K Rhodes den Harned Justice II C Drane days 5 5 15 oo 15 oo 15 oo 15 oo 15 oo 15 oo 15 oo OOMnrtln Riley Dowell It B Cox C F Black Hen T Miller Joe Mullen 5 5 5 5 6 II W Owen W J Dean Jr J 0 Duron Chas B Miller Giles Parker J D Heeler Joe M Mullen J J Severs Riley Dowell T J Hargar 17 00 19 14 3 00 15 25 20 00 It 00 0 00 12 35 6 00 1 1 1 JW J 15oo J J Robert Itaior R Bar W W W 00 00 00 50 Jarrett Dowell e 00 1 Riley Outhrl Heardi 0 75 0 M Board 43 93 4 00 3 SO 1 THruner 0 Martaln W D Smith 50 1 7 F K Rhodes U W Hurton 0 S Jarboe J II Payne Dr 51 Bonrd 60 00 h 00 5 80 4 00 48 00 134 44 8 00 6 00 5 00 6 00 0 B5 J It Jarboe W D Hasham 0 W Heard Jas Crawford Dr E M Beweyr 0 0 Stlth Heard X Heeler Witt X M eider Taylor Heard Dump Jolly Jabei Ilaynes Drs Klncheloe Mich Meyer 0 B IUiwsII A A X vi Hoard It 8 40 o 0 00 5 00 31 51 25 00 27 00 18 00 Richardson 32 75 7 00 26 OQ 21 00 0 K Haswell Vest X Sons A Crawford Alexander W D Owen F A Heavin X Pile 40 00 18 90 11 7 211 19 U F Beard X Co John Sraton Mlcsjah Jlobboi JJ5 75 30 00 25 90 0 00 9 90 3 qo 1 J II MeOavock Dan B J W Iarrlsb lumber for roali Jarrett bridge Com ono day walk 17 15 1 Â¬ 1 50 00 Heard repairing house R U Cox Inquest on Same Inquest on Jas O W Heard Com to Jas at Court- unknown body Norton rent or sell old 8 00 6 00 J5 00 Jail 13 00 Same putting up flues at poorhouie Witt Jc Meador goods and drugs to Jail 78 97 and poor house H F Heard X Co goods eto to poor 149 28 bouse and jail H F Heard Dillon X Co repairing 8 75 pumps ete 297 98 J S DeJernette fees as jailer II T Miller three days bridge Com 4 50 O F Black bridge Com 2 days 3 00 Xhos Adkiison Com to build Court bouse walk 15 00 M S 00 M Kik ridge asst Cow on same N Me O Mercer aist Com for old jalt 10 00 Matthias Miller receiver for Heard X Heeler balance en claim allowed to 6 70 O W Webster J M Flcti work on Clifton Mill bridge 35 00 IV H Morgan notlflng 11 raised tax Mr Henry Cashuiau called on Miss Clara layne at Mr Frank Claycombs Sunday eve and then played marbles all the evening You will have to learn better than that Henry Uro Martin our pastor preached his last sermon at this placo the Becond Sun day in this month and will start to Ho requested that Texas immediately tho appointment for tho Missionary Mass Meetlngtho flfthSunday in this rnonthbe taken in So wo will all be disappointed We are very sorry Indeod to have to give Uro Martin up Ho was an able min Â¬ ister of tho gospel and wo hoped much good to bo done under his instructions Hambleton Chs Tinlus Jas S Tinlus T h Smith WS Cart Rhodes Miller DeJernette X Co J D Habbag Addison X Dick D 36 21 90 16 00 17 45 62 46 FK J J It 20 29 92 0 JO Mattlngly T L Smith M 16 88 Mlka Blaln W Jarrett 20 00 20 00 20 90 20 00 10 00 i W T Capnon R N Miller Mary Squires W a Bandy Frank Fralse Lillie Jlellwood 20 00 30 00 txjrtffl 0 W KawrjHMipar roBa arresllar 8aUaB TW rf Anlfi ttt 6 60 3 00 3 60 Jobs CtAuturitt A young woman suffering from acute inflammation of tho eyes complains tliat visiting friends through tho mistaken notion of sowing contentment by com- Â¬ parison keep Iter mentally on the rack with cases of ocular troubles worse than her own As her excited imagination promptly fits each to her own case alio has beoowe attriafatiHat the thought of a visitor sja4 turJUliai everr tins tha deerbell rtegtj What new eye horror U la store for mw Like J O U Norton O OP Jolly Martaln K 20 00 40 00 29 00 100 26 John Mooareli Jai Dr W Miller 696 40 v Milton Hoard County Attorney Toes Adklsson County Judge Joe Mullen J WJerieW MIIo Boifd v 60 00 690 90 018 00 18 90 18 00 JJ Severs Riley Dowell 16 00 18 90 3KSsr-J--- 1T KMiniiJ WHIt UENTltJ ino nnmo siampeu Mumps are tho latest agony tho bottom put him ia clown uaarrauu Mr Ernest Hardaway is at homo now I HVifrT1 ll lb VsBsassHiisVHBsrVsVsBslHtiHUsbA week Since last summer some ono is very 11 B Bewley Bhlpped a choice lot of Jolly hogs last Tucs lay nud received a good Some of tho young ladles are going price glve fitting Kasey W L DOUCLAS Shoes are stylish easy Try one and and beteUetÂ¬ conpair satisfaction at the prices advertUcd than any other make llov W B Morgan Hpent last week Some one seems to be very much in vinced The stamping of W L Douglas name and price on the bottom which Visi- Â¬ viHiting rulativeaat Beleyvllle KrucHt guarantees their value saves thousands of dollars annually to those who wear them ted tliisKerilil the 1 tli push the sale of W L Douglas Shoes gain customers which helps to Ucv Smith of Ilardinsburg was here Dealers who sales on their full line of goods Increase the Tliey can nttoril to sell at n leas profit Mrs Dr ODryan has relumed from a last week wo believe you can save money by buvlnp ull your footwear of the dealer ndver ami three weeks visit to her bouh at LouisUsed bolo- - Catuloguo Iroo upon application W X llOVU LAS Urucktou Mass One young lady likes tho young Dr ville and the Dr at Lorelta very much fe O Miss Km ma Kuafus has been visiting Mr W N Drury was at Webster ono Mr and Mrs Marvo her grand parents Bewley of Gusto 11 neighborhood for the day last week Mr Ctiarles Claycomb of Webster was last three weeks saloon have closed at in town Saturday Both hotel and One girl dosent like little boys she raynesvillo and Mr TIiob Brown tho u ex hotel man has moved into the Dr wants Baxter residence Lee Stith has moved out of ton to his Horace that is too utterly too too farm near Irviuxton bad to want papas baby even If you do A young man remarks that tho Jordan think four times as much of her as ho is too deep for him does The reading of Paul interests moro FALLS CITY TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Henry Morgan came home from Ilar- Â¬ than one young man dinsburg school last week to assist in Mr M Hardaway has moved into the Main farming but finding his services wore Ben McCoy property not necessary he returned Tuesday to Mr Elijah Board was in our city a few re enter school days ago lrom Ilardinsburg Liberal Advances Four Months Free Storage Mr Win Coleman and family of Sul There are two or three of our boys who phur Springs visited Mrs Colemans Special Attention to Private Sales have Paynes in their hearts mother Mrs Nancy Haynes tho 7th Some one prefers the songs of David to usasa ii inst returned home the 8th mM m y other parts of the scriptures RATES The slaughter of sheep by dogs is still agysssa 28a2VPLROAY Itev Krnest Hardaway was visiting Ids W going on Over two hundred have been parents last week near Guston In killed between here and Jkron Some two or three of thefjlrls Hke very nearly every insfanco they kill the flock with the exception of one or two lambs much to Wade in studio water Miss Mamie Snyder is visiting Miss Mr M 0 Duganja remedy for thills Equal parts of coffee nnd vinegar after Ella Uelt of Irvlogtou at present Miss Rcna Smith and brother qttcudtfd drinking churn lor one hour no specifi- Â¬ cation in regard to temperature pf cream church hero Sunday frqm Guston I saw Gypsy Moid at tho speaking at We are glad to Eee Mr Gilbert Kasey Brandenburg As she camn down the out again He bus been sick sometime OPRITCHEY jJoUISYILLE aislo in the court room a friqnd pointed Two boys wore heard singing Annie her out to mo and as soon us I Hot Kooney and Barney McCoy the othpr eyes on her 1 felt like braining that od day Mr John F Bandy lias gotten back sow that stole the Gypsys Uters1 1 am HORSELESS CARRIAGES Misses Mary and Maggie Paul spept from a trip to Colorado Ho is woll more in favor of tho stock law now than part of last week with Mjss Victoria pleased with the country he is thinking A Parts Journal Orfara Cash Prizes For m I ever was over before Payne of moving his family thoro Novel Competition Full many a gem of pu est ray serene The plucky little Petit Journal of Paris Mr A II Pyne was jn the Ilardins- Â¬ C V Jennington and wifo havo re- Â¬ Tlin dark unlathoincd cave pf ocean bear little in size only for its circulation it full many a flower is born to bluih unseen burg neighborhood last Saturday and turned from a visit to Louiayillo Char Â¬ h great which sent bicycles into fash Â¬ And waste Its sweetness on the desert air Sunday ley wont to gyt into work but says now ion through its prize mutches now offers Bocausb Dick wont let eni Why Mr HtHiry Druty was in Big Spring lie is quite willing to remain at Uewley A large temptation to ingenious skill In bloom in tho clerks ofllce the year 1811 on Juno 1 there will be u last Sunday attending Raster services at Vllle Whos going to do that glln there that place Eggs nro lower than ovor before only competition for the best carriages to That gltn there good and strong five cento At that rato it dosent pay to wheel without n horse for the econom- Â¬ I whos going to do that gitn there of the A detaqhmont Oh Salvation ical accommodation of paterfamilias and When Dck Is dead and goncf Army passed through town Sunday get condition powders to keep tlio his family Steam electricity gas pe- Â¬ cholera olT JuBt as woll let them go troleum anything in fact giving power The campaign having coma to an afternoon eon I am at a lost to know where the and speed witli safety will bo tolerated Mrs A Bennett and niece Miss Katjo Gallergher and all natious will bo welcomed The news is to como irom Mr John Priest who has been ser- Â¬ Burckhardt visited Mrs G S Dowel pf iously ill went to Louisville and was jury will be composed of the staff of The Ho laughs wisest Big Spring Tis an old saying Journal witli u suitable number of en Â¬ who laughs last Tho above is ap Kov Fonhiine preached at Liberty Jost treated by skillful surgeons some time gineers thrown in ago and we aro glad to hear that now ho plicable to the laughing at the primary Sunday ufturnoon Several from our Each carriage must hold four persons is improving rapidly In layneevillo when a man ventured in vfcinlty attended It is intended as uu offset to tho egotism and as he thought polled his vote dur Heigh ho Sirocco you aro a hustler of tho cycle The carriage must be of Mo thinks I can almost hear the disÂ¬ ing the rush then went out and braggqd come weekly with your interesting let Â¬ easy management nnd not costly on the tant sound of wedding bells We all road Tha trial trips will be inudo on of having deceived the ofllcera of the ters novor mind Babblor shos moon want an invjtation election The latter were tho ones wlm eyed anyway not that wo havo anything good roads from Paris to Mautes Paris to Dreux to Dauvuls and so Mr D O Heron who has been visit Â¬ against Fifty laughed last While- the would be do her but then wo cant give up kilometers in three hours is on speed tho f render waa in the booth stamping his ing Miss Lucy Frank has returned to his old Slrroccos letters required Auything more will bo ad Â¬ ballot the over listening ears of tlo homo at Music Ky Rev Murrcl he Baptist minister has mired but not paid for No luxury of Will Paul left last week for Loulsviljo clerk detected Blgns of fraud from ho asked tho church to excuso him for his fitting np will influence the decision sniggering and muttering outside tho at which place he will remain a while remaining time as it is not convenient Rapidity security economy and safety house Tho voter was questioned on and will then go to Clinton Mo for him to como any longer Ono of his are tho watchwords Ten frauca is the cost of admittance IIqv Cundlff filled his regular appoint Â¬ fellow students Itev Murray filled his his exit from tho booth and sent on his and this fund goes in auy case to the way rejoicing while his ballot was laid ment at the M E church last Sunday last appointment last week Caisse du Becoura of The Petit Journal aside and rojected written on the stub Quito a crowd was In attendance No ono la in it uulesq they aro tho This is merely douo to prevent useless book noxt to his name Ha ha ha A young lady fiqewa to think It a task recipient of at least one April fool Tho presentation The prizes uro 5000 francs lf you wish to hear school law dog to keep up with hor Cains and a young mlsclilovoua youngsters played off a great 3000 francs 1500 francs 1000 franea and 600 francs lawj and all other laws discussed Just man says his Cain has been stolen many Jokes on the older persona as well will be closed on The list of competitors tho 30th of April next drop in at Sirocco some rainy afternoon Little Nannlo Lee Jolly has returned as on one anptlier and everybody seem Â¬ and you will find perched on nail kegs to her home in the city utter a visit to ed tl havo fun at everybody elses ex Â¬ llabrana In tha Holy nd gools boxes and all the available her grandmother Mrs T J Jolly pense llutdout thnk hardly that any Nearly all the Hebrew leaders ia Eu Â¬ chairs the mosculino portion of tho vi- Â¬ New Ofavo rope have united on u definite policy Mr Hunter Hardaway will leave Boon of our Jokes equaled tho Dig re Â¬ cinity each ono earnestly arguing his for Dakota which will bo his home in Scare that waagotfep oil at the expense garding colonization In Palestine says a One says I believe tho Tet Theme correspondent They will not at the out Kay of the lludsonville inhabitants the future Ho joins his brother dogv ought to be killed if everybody set seek to attract Hebrews to the Holy now what was tbut anyway Mrs Nathan Bewley of Louisville Land Their duty first will be to estab Â¬ elae will kill hla dog I wllUklll mine Kobolr Claims tha Mousy lish order and discipline among the Jews But tho question which 1b left uu who has been visiting her parents Mr Dlwdorff a farmer living near already there The Rotlwolilkls have Â¬ Jaeob al dccded is who will take tjie w in and Mrs W J Stith has returned homo Goal City whof heu reot had beu vit ready done a little to secure this iiU Miss Florence Cain left a uw days ago this matter Another says I bellovo I itd and depleted several different iniet initiation of a system of technical by trsin We put his poultry miliar lck and key or iBg and by establbhiBg will have bus new In oilier parts when to attend collego at Ilardinsburg well appatated the time conies to collect that school tax Whh you all the Buccess possible 3Ilss safekeeping A few inomlncs later lie schools It is comprehended that t the found the door prid off its hiiiRes and flow of refugees from IIumU be dlreoUd which the law says we mutt have to buy Florence more chlefcoutj miMlng bat tm looking tliere the diMcalty will be those new fangled detkoV for our school Our spring term of school closed here increased Use deor be feuail a poclwtbock As a preliminary step thereore an atÂ¬ on wound the last Frldfiy AH are rnWed with Wkfi isvida house and so U Ijo HejidAHsrriVMd t4i tempt will be msule to rMslstt thit flow 00lMmhad found but nobody bri the sum AUf urury who ujugiii uie aeiiooi qui circle but wbat he tWiJot or even prevswit it awtiJ freimt ofa 6fWe BueoMMuiiy ku calM for U Ilitwapo4U 8utiut jectiowUe btvra be Nnovtd south the lltli inst Iko Berinan the little jew peddlor passed through our neighborhood last BEWLEYVILLE TatG 1 C TTTD L Douglas lt7W offers you aWreduced prlte 51v allocs at nasiuem wuii- or eaTsrio -- 83 8250 82 175 any CAUTION TJmMMMMMWvllQP Â¬ Samuel L Sulzer oloverport ky M McG lothlan Co union star ky A Moor-a-ma- DUTSCHKE WITH DU3STZEHS01T Tenth WHITE CO St bet Ninth Louisville Ky -- 2aS A2 1 - Â¬ Â¬ tthrt1kJ if 0h ftres 9 j4AlMwUfciiift a ess4s4MAsjiiJiA OVERLAND with chaucol liiutivral liU yniliint liulf Itttcllbld lisldbi UoO in ft KIT CARSON BY W THOMSON jpr Tiio olil liorso licars ur Binells boiiio thing wrong ttald IiIh driver Ed Iloya ton Wod better tnke to tlio corral boys shoot theyro before or behind the two we at When 1 give u low whistle well all fire together and then charge For Bomo moments after bringing tho nnimnls in wo could two no cbubo for alarm but irosontly tliero roso on tho extremo edgo of tho horizon n dark 8iccl which grew each instant larger until it finally revealed itself ns a body of liorso bearing directly down upon us Supposing that wo wero to be again attacked byachanco band of hostiles we stood at once to our arms But when tho rapidly moving forco had como within a half uiilo or bo wo saw that there wero only seven riders and those keeping a semicircular formation seemed to be driving beforo them a number of loose ponies Tho cavalcado swept on 800 yards nearer and then vo discovered that of the seven mounted pcrsoim two wero women I Tho rescuing party had re- Â¬ turned completely successful and a minute later amid our rapturous cheers Kit Carson his four comrades Mrs Secord and Helen Douglas rodo into the hastily opened corral All appeared to bo greatly fatigued and the young women looked pale and haggard but nono seemed to bo much the worso for their rough experience though every ono of tho men had been more or less wounded It is needless to describe how heartily wo welcomed the party nor is it necessary to npologLe for tho fact that in our joyous excite- Â¬ ment Bomo of us so far forgot tho pro- Â¬ prieties as to hug tho two girls with as much good will us wo could havo showu to our own sisters or sweethearts Theso very affectionate demonstrations gavo no offense however and our fair companions retired to mako themselves presentablo after their long ride while two or throo of us busied ourselves in preparing an oxtra good supper for the half famished travelers All wero too hungry to talk much while eating but they listened with great interest to the graphic account which Charlie Blako gavo of our doings during their absence Well done boys Im proud of yon scntentiously said Carson as ho finished Now Im going to tako a his meal Â¬ snooze K 4 t i y - S But captnin half a dozen of us rewo want to hear all about monstrated your own adventures Boys Id rather fight a week than talk an hour Joe Wilkinson hero is pretty g od on the gab Hell spin tho yarn for yon and lying down in tho t hade tho imperturbable guido was fast usleep in five minutes Go ahead then Joe Lets hear the whole thing said Blake Well boys Im most used up but Ill do tho best I cau You know tho rods had about two miles start of us and had got clear out of sight when wo mounted Kit said theyd mako straight for the mountains SO miles off and only for him wo couldnt havo followed tho trail 10 minutes for there wero lots of places whero wo couldnt suo a track but to him tho sign was just a plain as a turnpiko road Tom Secord yes and Austin too wanted to go at full speed but Carson wouldnt hear to it That wont do ho said just keep up an easy lope so as not to blow tho horses Woro sure to catch tho rods for two of tho ponies will al ways bo double weighted and tho whole lot will havo to take turns carrying tho women1 All of us saw tho sens of this reasoning and we kept going on milo after mile steady as clockwork till near day break without catching sight of the In Â¬ dians Then we came to a little creek not far this sido of tho foothills and Carson said Let your horses drink boys just a swallow or two at a time Were getting pretty close to tho red devils now Theyve gono up this side of the creek so as to strike tho old Apache trail Its tho only ono they know of It twists about among tho foothills and then sweeps round in a big circle away np into the mountains Well cross the creek right here and Ill lead you by a short cut through Grizzly guloh and come out on tho trail away ahead of tho Indians I discovered this pass when I was trapping round hero a few years ago and I dont boliovo anoth- Â¬ er living soul has ever gone through it Well after wod got over the branch wo walked our horses for a couple of hun Â¬ dred yards to kind of settle tho water in their Btomaclis and then Kit spoko up again and says Now men theros two miles of good ground beforo us Well cover it at top speed and then theros about a mile of the worst riding you over saw but thatll bring us right out on the trail and tho reds must travel moro than six miles to reach tho samo spot Now ridel and away wo went gradually going faster and faster till our horses wero running for all they wero worth and in five min- Â¬ utes we came to Grizzly gulch Suro enough it was an awful place all broken up with big rocks and bowlders in such a way that we couldnt go off a walk and It took us a full quarter of an hour to get through but when we did como out wo found ourselves in a thicket of young cottonwoods and right on tho trail as Kit had said At this time it was broad daylight and by Carsons orders wo all got off our horses and led them away back Into the gulch Thon speaking very low and solemnliko ho said Now men listen to mo and do exactly as I toll you or all our workll go for nothing Tho reds will bo along pretty Boon and there must be no bungling Theres 10 of them sure but if it wasnt for tho women wed wipe them all out in two minutes Which of you four is the best shot Frank Austin is says Wells Think you oaa trust yourself to sfeeot a buck square through the brain Frank supposing his heads only a foot above that of Heleu Douglas asked Carson Yes if its only one Inch above says Frank Very well than Kit went on the twOj warriors that were arrying- - the wqkw must fall dead at the Erst fire or theyll ldll their prisoners Tfl place all of you ami myself where we oant be seen and when the rede come within 90 yards of us 111 cover the one holding Mrs Secord hm1 Frank the one carrying lift Dowlas WeU will tekethefore-wet at the other brute Record the Hwt and WilUaeon the tbifd whether Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ witli our revolvers quick ns lightning There ought to bo only five of the devils left by that time For a hundred yards or so in front of tho cottonwood scrub tho trail was wido enough for two men to rido abreast but insido the grove itself the path was very narrow nnd tho bushes grew so thick that it was quito dark A regiment of soldiers could easily hido there and not ono of them bo seen 10 feet off Carton didnt put us directly in front of the trail but in such positions along tho outer edge of the scrub that we could deliver a half flanking fire Wed been hiding about 15 minutes not long enough to get nervous when tho Indians just 10 of them came in sight at tho far end of tho open space They were coming nlong on a slow canter riding in single file and we saw that tho first two warriors one of them was the chief Lone Wolf Kit told us after ward wero carrying the youug women in front of them This sight drovo us most crazy and it was mighty hard to keep still but wo all knew that wo must mako suro work of it and wo didnt stir a finger not just then On nnd on camo tho reds to within 80 yards of tho blind path leading into the grovo Thon they slackened down to a walk Wod nlready covered the lead- Â¬ ing fivo with our rifles and when theyd got 10 yards closer wo heard Kits whistle soft and low as a blackbirds note That was tho last sound those five Indians ever heard in this world for they had not time oven to start with the surpriso of it when our rifles cracked liko ono piece and they all fell stone dead Then like raging tigers we dashed out of cover and charged on tho others But quick as we were thoyd already thrown themselves from their ponies and were now crouched behind them in the act of stringing their bows As wa ran forward wo poured in one volley from our revolvers but nil missed and beforo wo could closo every man of us received a slight nrrow wound Steady men steady I shouted Cm son as the reds dropped their bows and slunk closer be Â¬ hind their ponies with knives and tomahawks in hand The fight might have been finished in half a minute if Secord and Austin Vth foaming mad had not rushed off the line to pick up tho to the head women On seeing this tho fivo braves ran along tho far sido of tho string of ponies which had never stirred from their tracks when their riders fell and made for our wo men hoping to finish them beforo we camo up The total distance was not moro than 00 feet but tho ponies rnther bothered ns and though wo instantly broko through tho Una tho savages woro close upon Tom nnd Frank boforo Kit ahead as usual brought down two of them Our follows wero so busy assisting the half insensible girls that only Carsons last two shots aroused them to a sense of their own danger and they sprang to their feet barely in time to ward off the tomahawks of the threo remaining Indi ans we meantime not daring to fire again for fear of hitting them or the women They didnt need much help how- Â¬ ever Ono of tho bucks had attacked Secord and tho other two pitched into Frank but none of them had time to striko a second blow beforo Tom settled his man by a singlo shot and Austin roaring like a lion and seemingly too mad to shoot crushed the skull of ono Indian by a blow from his rifle barrel and seizing tho other by tho throat was savagely choking the life out of him when Wells stepped up and put a bullet through his brain Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ from Austin lie just carried her like a baby till wo got within fivo miles of camp But sho didnt go to sleep not that I know of I At this embarrassing revelation tho blushing girl lcut a prccipltato retreat but Frank spoko out like a man Its a truo bill boys 1 sposo it wasnt exactly fair to tako advantage of a pris- Â¬ oner but I really couldnt help it and and well Ill expect you all to at tend a wedding when wo get to a white mans country if wo dont happen to meet a real livo parson on the road any sooner That very thing wo did threo days aft Â¬ erward however and a very jolly party of witnesses saw Miss Helen Douglas transformed into Mrs Frank Austin though I rather think that several of our bachelors assumed a joy they did not feel Â¬ But how did MiBfl UuuuliiH Irollilorljtf some ono inquired Oh thunder laughed Secord sho didnt try to get along Alt the Inilinns in Arizona couldnt have got her away freight FREE 200 MILES Having by methods exclusively our own built up n business in Louisville which stands nlone and unnppronrhnble by any competition from regular dealers wo now seek to extend it all over Kentucky When people in tho country como to lonis vIIIh to buy Furniture Carpets etc they havo to consider tho question of freight an item which often olsets any advantage in price which city dealers can ollVr over tho home village merchants We settle that question for everybody by delivering goods free of friUlit for 200 miles from Ixiisvillc Wo have arranged with every factory wo represent to do this We sell the jroods on commitsinn The factories nay tho freight Besides this item wo sell to tho consumer straight from tho manu- Â¬ facturer thereby doing away with the middle mans profits Our warerooms aro always full of consignments of all classes of goods upon which money must bo immediately realized This year there aro moro factories in distress than ever beforo in the history of tho country and nows the time for folks with moioy to buy No matter what you mny want Write if you cant come chances aro that wovo got it j and if so its yours at practically your own price THE UND A Perhnps tho most remarkablo death from four was that of tho Dutch painter Pcntman who lived in tho Bvcnteenth century Ono day ho went into a room full of anatomical subjects to sketch soino death heads and skeletons for a pic- Â¬ ture he intended to paint Tho weather was very sultry and while sketching he fell asleep Ho was arousod by bones dancing around him nnd tho skeletons suspended from the ceiling clashed to- Â¬ gether In a fit of horror ho threw himself out of tho window nnd though ho sustained no serious injury and was informed that n slight earthquake had caused tho com- Â¬ motion among his ghnstly surroundings ho died in n few days in nervous tremor Washington Post Too Many Spiders Sliiilnr Ilcntli Auction Every Tuesday Rain or Shine MOORE CO Manufacturers Agents Wholesalers Retailers and Auctioneers of Furniture Carpets Household Goods and Office Equipments of all kinds Warerooms on Jefferson Street Running Through to Fourth aud Fifth CI Â¬ At the ago of 6 Ruby made her first visit to a large city and having previ ously learned something of neat house- Â¬ keeping bIio on observing tho largo num Â¬ ber of telegraph telephono nnd electric light wires occlaiined Papa what makes them hovo so many cobwebs in tho street Youths Companion Had heuaon For London Ilntela This has been a rather bad season for somo of tho London hotels particularly Birds for ono or two of tho larger ones of passago havo been scarcer than has been tho caso for years Tho great body of traveling Americans stayed at homo not apparently for tho puriwso of adding to tho wealth of Chicago or of making the Columbian exhibition an unparalleled siiQcess but simply on account of a lack Tho absence of visitors of money among whom Americans aro probably tho most profitable had a depressing ef- Â¬ fect upon many kinds of business but none suffered moro than somo of tho larg Â¬ est hotels Pall Mall Budget Â¬ recti Helween LOUISVILLE KY Obelisks OuC of 1lnru A few years ago the favorito drive ot visitors in Alexandria was to eeo tho iibelisks known as Cleopatras Needles but now both of them havo gono They Itood beforo the palaco of Sebasteum whoso sito a stonemasons yard and h J D BRASHEAR Long Brick Houso Nets First TOBACCO BUYER CLOVERPORT KY Desires to eeo nil tho tobacco farmers of this nnd surrounding country PRl iiv wa IjMI Lni v llultlmnres New MonMiuctt Baltimore is nbout to put up another monument The young Irish nro at the head of tho movement and they have not yet decided on tho hero to honor So far tho vote favors in the order named Emmet OConnell Grattan Tone Burke and Par noil nnd the choice will ba made from this half dozen Contrary to the order of such things tho money is nl- Â¬ ready provided Baltimore Letter Rothschild Museum Opened Mr Walter Rothschild son of Lord Rothschild has completed and opened his zoological museum at Tring in the Chiltem district England Tho museum is wholly and entirely devoted to zoolog- Â¬ ical matters and includes many rare specimens Mr RotliBchild is an onthu astio amateur naturalist and has spent much money in estaMishingJiismnseumt I Believe in Hoods Inherited SorofulaGured Road tho 8tatomont of la Popular Teacher Ramleh station probably occupy and tho connection of them with tho notori ous queen is now quito exploded No one who has stood beside that one still mercifully left at On can but feel anger and regret that thoy should havo been removed to lands whero no surrounding is in keeping nnd where their rapid de- Â¬ struction is certain That remaining whero thoso onco nt Alexandria camo from still serves to mark tho spot where tho great templo stood and makes ono dream dreams of what scenes nnd per- Â¬ sons in tho worlds story it must have looked down upon from eurlier days than thoso when Joseph tho patriarch camo to wed the daughter of tho priest hero to oven later than when its shadow must have fallen upon another Joseph and Mary his wifo bearing tho child Jesus as they camo to its fountain for water Those at Alexandria had been romoved beforo that great advent but it would have been far more scientific and shown far better tasto to havo sent them back for futuro ages to valuo on their original sites than to havo taken them to lands whero they must rapidly cmmblo to dust There can bo no possible ex Â¬ cuse mado with that gono to Now York tho only palliativo with regard to ours on tho embankment is tho forgotten fact that it was presented by tho Egyptian government to commemorato our triumphs over France That nt Now York is now almost smooth its inscriptions ob- Â¬ literated as that on tho Thames bank will bo in another 20 years Nineteenth Century Â¬ Â¬ GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT - CO KENTUCKY In Torn I OIITAIN A PATENT answer aud an hnnctt opinion write to who havo had nearly fifty years In tho patent uulncs Coniraunlru tlons strictly confidential A llnmllionli of in Â¬ formation concerning IntenlN and how to obÂ¬ tain tli em sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical nnd scientific books ieut free latenta taken through Munn Co rerolvo special notice in tho hctiMillllr Atneiirnii and thus aro brought widely txitnrotho publlo with Â¬ out cost to tho Inventor This splendid paper Issued eckly elegantly Illustrated has by far tlio largest circulation o any scientific work In tho world 8lnycar baniplo cnnlea sent f roe Jlulldlng Kdltlou monthly lMn year Hlnglo copies cents Kycry number 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821 8 30 8 38 8 4J 917 931 9 45 jai West Point llftuim 7 33 7 30 1147 Howard Hock Haven 113J 714 7 07 Iongllranch 1124 Brandenburg 1110 6M IrviiiKton St Dally Dally 1245pm UMpm 12 30 81 954 10 04 8M FOR MILLIONS Our new Copyrighted and Illustrated Serial is ono of tho liveliest and most interesting stories going It is UIK Correctly weekly by Iumplirey Si Laufer 1ro duce Commission Merchants lib Second St bet Alain and Market Louisville Ky 9IU 914 9 9 9 9 9 10 10 17 2S 31 V Mr aeo A lit Zlrklo Horeb Tenn I bruised by their rough ride and very tired neither had been seriously hurt Tho Indians they told us had novor stopped at all except for a few seconds at a time when changing them from their tired ponies to fresher ones but they had tasted neither food nor drink since leav- Â¬ ing camp Wo had with us as you know only a littlo hard bread but oven this the girls ate eagerly and as we had plenty of water they felt strong enough after a few hours rest to start on tho return journey So you see wovo all got back safe and sound and are richer by some experience not to count 10 good ponies than we were yesterday Joe Wilkinsons a whole team to talk and no mistake said Frank Austin but hes forgotten to tell you that I wouldnt have got out of that fight quito so easily If ho hadnt helped a little Just as I was bringing my rifle barrel down on the head of that Indian the other one mode a Innge at mo with his knife and would have cut my heart rare if Joe hadnt caught the blade in the fleshy part of hie own arm and thus given me tine to get hold of the fellows throat for L was so thundering mad that I forÂ¬ got all abovt ray revolver J Aaeeher trifle too he has not men Uoaed said Mrs Secord When I broke completely down through fatigue and my husband was worn out carrying me Mr ffilkineoa took me ob Wa own sad Â¬ dle and held me feet aeleep la hie arms for 10 mile or wore And maybe I wasnt srlad of th Seizing the other by the throat writ tav wjcly choMno the life out of htm Then wo all gathered round tho wom Â¬ en and found that although a good deal The statements to the testimonial below are fimllUr facts to tlia Immediate friends o Mr Geo A Zirkle school teacher of ML Horeb Tcnn very well known throughout tho county where ha was born and has always lived Read It Co Lowell Masst C I Hood Dear Sim I believe la Hoods Sariaparllla X will tell you why I have suffered from ln terlted scrofula from child hood When ST years I of age my eyes became strangely affected could not read after sunset and when I would close my eyes I oould not open tliemj but on whichever aide I lay on tliat aide I could open my eye This condition continued about two years and was succeeded by Theatrical Trick said a theatrical A smart treasurer manager can jolly from 20 to 50 n night out of a crowd Somo treasurers can do better than that When tho rush is on ho will manago to make just so many moro peoplo buy higher priced seats than intended to buy them Thats what I mean It is his business to got off all tho high priced scats You come along in tho jam with a couplo of ladies waiting and ask for threo seats You want dollar scats Ho shoves out threo tickets and says Dollaranaf more sir with that peculiarly pained expression you know Tho peoplo behind nro pushing you and your ladies heard tho demand for moro money You feel cheap but you aro not quito as cheap as tile tono of tho ticket taker implies for you shell out the balanco and grab your tickets and scoot This is called jollying and it is done every night by somo ticket sellors It is so much dead profit As it goes into the pockets of tho management tho man who can do this cloverly is considered a very valuable man There is hardly a tho atcr goor anywhere who has not beeu jollied out of an extra half dollar in New York Herald this way A A Story of the Times ron LOUISVILLE KY April 17 1894 Shippers should mark all packages plainly with shippers name and post office address BUTTER Choice country Medium Common Creamery 44 64 02 07 1012 1018 10 H 12 IS 33 10 48 10 69 People of the Times ONE HALF BATE Harvest Excursions to Arkansas and Texas On March 11th April 10th and May 8th 1894 tho St Louis Air Lino Louisville Evansvlllo St Louis Con It It will sell Harvest Excursion tickets to all points In Arkansas Texas and Eddy N M at one half rates for the Tickuta good returning 110 round trip days from date of sale Tho Air Line is 53 miles tho short Â¬ est routo to St Louis tho west and Southwest and tho only lino running vestibule trains daily botween lxmisvillo and St Ixuis with parloranddiniugcars Pullman palaco aleupora 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 11 Campbell V P A Louisville City ticket olllce S W corner 3rd and Main street depot 14th and Main street Louisville Ky EQOS 8 1109 1114 11 H 1014 1020 1028 1031 10 3d 1060 10W 1103 1116 1124 1130 1131 1140 1168am 1212pm 12 22 12 3 1238 12 42 Stcphensport Simple Addison Holt Cloicrport Shops Skill nan Kalcon Cayce Lodlburir Pierce Gutton Wtbtter Kkron 1107 1059 1060 6 48 64U 6 30 10 41 10 3J 10 23 614 60ti 6 67 1020 1011 10 00 10 01 9 43 9 3d 9 22 9 08 9 04 662 630 621 6 46 6 40 5 21 6 09 4 69 4 61 4 43 4 42 4 36 4 20 4 08 4 948 914 868 Hawesville Petrie Iewfsport Powers Pates Owentboro Mattlngly Grillith Stanley Worthlnifton Heads Spottsvllle 8 40 8 23 815 8 02 7 64 7 61 7 43 00 47 41 1119 25 1250 Fresh DEANS 1 75 to 1 8 Michigan hand ploked 1 60 to 1 84 ndlana Navy 1 00 to 1 20 Old or Common and colored DRIED APPLES AND PEACHES bA to Apples oholco bright quarters K to S Apples arerag Apples old 4 to 6 Peaches new reaches old 1267 1133 108 1145 1163pm 114 1210am 1 30pm arllendeisn Ilaskctts 7 33 7 27 3 3 3 3 3 37 30 2d 719 Iv 705am 310 310 2 65pm LouisvileHadJnsburg TAKING No5 West Hound Trains So 1 Western JULY R R No 3 TIME TABLE EFFECT FEATHERS Trims white goose 35 Dally Daily ex Sun ex Sun lltXJun 1140 1212 1 Mixed Old No 1 duok IU1JKS Oreen rood Dry Salt good Dry flint good 3 - J Iv Irvlngton Ar larticld Harned llardintbure Kirk Jollv Glendcane Dempster 29 1891 Kast Hound Trains Dally Daily STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun No 2 No f 9 30am 8 20 8 00 7 40 25 1163am 12 4S Sheep skin 3 Mo 7 50 20 fl 7 POULTRY 4 50 2 7 Qu 3 50 7 8 2 25 18 75 35 1 Hens per lb Hoo ters per lb Spring Chickens per lb Young Ducks per lb Geese full featberJ Hii arPallailouirhlv 2 20 ltockvale Huth 232 2 41 Asklns Oaks 2 69 33flpm ArPorrlavillrLv THE LOUISVILLE L 118 1 as 14 710 700 610 618 4 6 40 6 30 6 37 6 20 6 00 4am Turkey I An Intolerable Itching all over my body and limbs I liad to luvro my little boys take shoe brushes and scratch me It was dreadful It continued a month and was followed Immediately by a tumor In the right side of my neck as large as a small egg I at once commenced taking physicians prescrip- Â¬ tions and continued till I lost hope In the mean tlmo the tumor changed Its place to the Imme Â¬ diate front of my neck suppurated and was fol Â¬ lowed by others till six had formed and broken finally three years ago another large tu-Â¬ mor seated Itself on the point ot my collar bono and In six months anotlier lialf way back on tho bone Jloth of them loon began to discharge and continued to do so till about eve months iptlons go I tried everything Including pret I was olten so weak that I Could Scarcely Walk and my mind was so contused that I could scarcely attend to my business school teach- Â¬ ing I was utterly discouraged And now my story draws to a close I began the use ot Hoods Hoods Sarsaparilla a little less than a year ago and took five bottles When I began I had no filth lu It In less than three mouths both the idrei on my shoulder were healed j I was cured o a tt oubjet one catarrh and aerotuloiis habit I weigh lias auadtjy grown less apparent more than 1 ever did In my life and est eeastderlnf my constitution Do yea wosder that I belteve lu Hoods BarssMrlller I saa de It TstfywlMr e j to Ue Uuiu weyT Quoreewe4 A Zihklb Mt Motet eeeettpeUea Hla ewe Hrr Hovels Cures In the Best of Health w Ills Secret or Wealth Thoro is a Pearl street business man who has by ono way aud another ac- Â¬ ITCHING PILES cumulated a fortuno of which ho Is very proud And liko all self mado men SWAYNES ho is everlasting telling somo ono in par- OINTMENT STinnTTTTieiT rimes tlcular and colucideutnlly tho publlo In BYAllTOM MLtur lntrn ltflf ai general just how ho did it Bo as ho allowed vontlnuw tumra frm fenft protrude niliitrerito DrcMlns vorr rhlfik vflro JIH and a rather seody looking friond rodo up the Martin line last evening ho was ilrlliiBbrblhllO Illlrillrk LmlsSwBtlliUJdaU MaMMilAflV laying down tho law of financial success caso of course as exemplified in his own You nint got backbono enough IPEEDY tad LASTING RESULTS You aint got no moro John ho said r fmiA YT FAT Simple I backbono than a cotton string Why etaffrt Ko inconvenience Till I CMitiy tun ABS9LSTIL7 two- you lot down and quit if a feather flaps tMA from any injurious substance in your face Now look at met look at lAlil ISSQUim SXMTCXD money refund your VYt mol and his bosom swelled appreciative- Â¬ Irloe GUARANTEE CURE or Sind 4c lortrtitlit HSoOuorbottle When I started out in life I mado HIKMONT MJS1UOAL CO Uoston llaii ly up my mind sir that 1 would never give up for anything and sir I have stuck to It ever einco I never give up neverl Aa the two passed out of the car the 01 man with the gold plncencz quietly but distinctly remarkedi Thats true as gospel every word And aa they all turned around he con Â¬ Cimital Stock 25 000 tinued I lent him 4500 once and he never Sarplai 7 600 gave up not a centl Cincinnati Com B r BSARD Frsildsnt merelal Gazette WILL MILLKRViM PrsilusDt M M BSARD Oublw Our Gem SbirU have arrived choice 50 cents at Cabbages ROOTS Ginseng Ky and Indiana Yellow Root QAME ST LOUIS AIR LIKE LRR 2 50 EABT SHORTEST 4 1 QUICKEST Rabbit Squirrels Quail WOOL PILES 1 25 50 60 AND BEST LINK TO St Louis Tub washed flrease fine Irease coarse Merino Hurry and Cuts - 25 12 12 5 AND ALL POINTS Evansville West and South West i Time card is Effect Jul 31 1892 Lt Louisville 805 atn8ili pm429 pm ArrSt Louis 720 pm 645 a m lOiOOpm ErantTllle liJO For further laformatlon csll on or ttddresi Tallow Miaunuunnauuo Beeswax Sorghum PEOPLE M 21 35 30 Molasses HAY ORAIN FEED We quota prices to day on Loulsr llle city OATS oats HAY 10 50 00 10 00 M 4 75 11 RA j Ornl Pais Agt DP SW CAMPBELL St Louis Mo wharfi No B CAMPBELL A LouIsyIIIo Ky Ocr Third JkMln I 32 38 13 00 City Tloket Office St Louisville Ky i- Strictly choice Choloe No 2 Good Medium Oood Bright Straw CORN Choloe white Choloe shelled g - V - 12 00 BANK - v 1100 48 HARDIUSBUEa CATTLE 4 00 a sv flood to extra thlpplog Dr- - PrleV WeeMe Pa Mtffceet M4al e Cem Baktoc PHer Meleiee MORRIS BtiKRIDQK RH JOLLY -- Dirt ter INTEREST PAW IN TIME MP88IT8 3 40 Best Butcher 3 00 Medium to good butoheri IIOOS 6 25 Choloe packing and butchers 6 20 Fair to good -- 8 60 Roughs and pigs 100 lbs and under4 76 ShoaU SU1CKP 3 76 Good to oxtra shipping 1 50 Fall to good LAMBS 4 60 to oxtra spring flood 2 60 Fair to good Light snipping wi o 8 JttAa THE BRROKHNnifiQm MaWSi StvOVifbti Latest U S Govt RcpoiL J week M 3ttV fiTWW - - tTvrMJtVI T W tTLiij Highest of all Leavening Power SAMPLE Mntllngly wasln Lotiluvlllo Inst HARNED Farmers aro busy Bowing otils Wo aro having lino weather now Mr J II Basham is on tho sick list W S Payne has his new nhop done Its a V D Slackhom Is all Binlles Baking Reefed i I WffMVl GLENDEANE ABSOUJTE1X PURE Breckenridge News 18 WEDNESDAY AliUL 18H Crop Report The Commissioner Rocotvos Miss licttlo Webb is in Lcltchfield Miss Nannie Green remains ulto ill Mrs Mary Dean is visiting in Louis- Â¬ ville Mr Cas Hates Fern Creek is visiting here Wheat oats and clover were damaged by tho frost Allen Dean Owensboro is visiting his parents here Mr Clark Owen will bo tho assistant at Glendeane Mrs Kiln Owen is visiting her parents at the Heights Mr Fred Owen is at home improved very much in health Mr Edgar Lewis is here visiting tho friends of his youth Will Dean has returned after a long visit to Daviess county Jesso Moorman jr made a Hying trip to Morgnntown last week Sunday Buck seemed to bo content to see the way the pony went The election went off very quietly Mr Chas lleyser and Mrs Kate Ben nett are visiting relatives hero llro Hutledgo will preach at Goshen on the fourtli Sunday this mpnth Jeff Owen liko Josiah Allen is deep Â¬ ly interested in tho Buss saw mill Mr Jef Owen says of all tho music ho thinks tho Bella makes tho sweetest Â¬ of Agrlculturo In- Â¬ Conflicting formation As to the Amount of Damago Done to the Farming Interests by the Rocont Freozo THINGS HAY COME OUT Tlio reports from the correspondents for the month of Mnrch aro very large All Hint were and differ very much written before the freeze report the- ag- Â¬ ricultural interests of the country in a very nourishing condition all farm farmers ready to work well advanced plant corn wheat rye oats and barley all looking as well as any ono can recollect to have seen them grasses of all kinds were far advanced clover about ready for grazing gardens everywhere being planted in fact every kind of veg etation indicated that winter was over Thoso that were written after the freeze aro very different The condition of the wheat crop is somewhat uncertain all correspondents write that the early sown lias wheat that which was jointing been killed but that it will stool up and innko Bomo wheat and ho lute uown wheat is considerably damaged and A few looks very badly frost burned warm days will tell all that it is killed I will not undertake to make a per cent of its present condition of the crop for to add up all my reports thoso written before the freeze and those written after I will will not givo a correct statement therefore wait another mouth as there aro a number ot good farmers who say that they cannot tell the extent of the damage until after the warm rains The condition of the ryo and barley crop is very similar to that of wheat rye being a much hardier crop is not damaged as much but as they were all growing so rapidly and so full of Bap tho freeze coming so suddenly some think that they have all suffered alike Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Nearly all of tho correspondents report young clover all killed This will bo a very heavy lots to the farmers ns tho A correspondent seed was very high from Clark county writes Young clover all killed and old clover fields that were up aro laid low and smell like clover hay spoiling in summer OATS ciovrii A correspondent from Stanford Lin colu county writes Oat crop generally killed by the lato freeze many aro re Bowlng This is the report of nearly all of the correspondents in regard to tho oat crop I would advise not to bo in too great a hurry toresow where tho oats aro not lifted out of the ground by tho lato freeze but to wait for warm sunshine I have examined some that I think will will come again whero they were well covered they will likely btaud tho freeze better There was over nu average crop Nearly every correspondent sown writes Fruit of all kinds killed except somo lato apples but I think tho grape3 aro not all killed nor all tho strawber Â¬ ries and raspberries Tho ptovailing im Â¬ pression among some fruit men is that tho peach trees aro all killed somo think that all except tho ono and trees iAIIIKNS So many men thought that winter was over and planted a number of vegeta bles peaso onions beets early corn all of which thoy have lost and will bo Â¬ Onions compelled to nlnnt over again that were planted last fall were bit down by the freeze and most of tho potatoes which were planted have rotted in tho ground T011ACC0 A correspondent in Germantown writes Tobacco plants and fruit all Tho killed resowing our tobacco beds reports vary as to tobacco beds although thero aro a great similarity to tho ono above Whero tho beds were well protect o 1 thero were a great many fenved CATTLE cattle that The number of have bcon carried over and will be put to grazing the coming season Is fully up to if not above an average to former seasons Thero is an increase in per cent over last year per cent US UMlli The number of ows aro smaller than last year but an increase of lambs on ac- Â¬ count of tho very mild winter per cent 00 llOdH cholera has been provailing in Montgomery has lost a Soma counties Clark and groat many also Madison others that I could moutlon Tho num Â¬ ber of sows for breeding purposos lias in Â¬ creased since last year which will begin to make up tho shortage in tho hog crop All other kinds of stock are in good con- Â¬ dition and looking well no disease re Â¬ ported excopt In somo few places cor Â¬ respondents report distemper among the horses per cent 00 Nicholas McDowkll Commissioner of Agriculture llo Airll 0 V 181M Chronic conatlpatlou with all of its at Â¬ tendant evil ta cured by takng Ayera Catlwrtio Iilk Sold by all dealers in Hwdlcine inst West Viow is improving her looks by erecting several new picket fences S M Honning went to Louisville last week to lay in his stock of spring goods Miss Beaucy Roberts is teaching a Wo think that M is Eva I teuton will Impure Water three months subscription school at this booh gather sweet Williams in the vicin- Â¬ Ono foul germ conveyed into tho body place ity of Mr Chas Robertsons Mr C Royalty started last week on by impure water tainted food or poluted Since tho Hose has disappeared Mr air may generate a pestilential swarm another business trip letting mall con- Â¬ Vennio Moorman has been waiting pa- Tho germs which aro responsible for tracts tiently for the return of the Lillie Rev F R Roberts of West View typhoid and malarial fevers will not find lodgement in the system if tho stomach preached a good sermon nt Mt Aon last Bright Spring Days liver and bowels are kept in a condition Sunday Tho spring should be pre eminently a of health by tho uso of Aycrs SarsapaDick Davis lias taken charge of the season of contentment happiness and rilla Be sure to ask for Aycrs It is blacksmith shop hero and is doing a In these bright and pleasant tho best hope good business months tho country should enjoy its highest degree of tranquility and prosDied OAK RIDGE perity But spring it is well known is At his home In Andyville on Thurs- Â¬ often a period of discomfort and distur Â¬ day April 5 Andrew J Greenwell ono Farmers nro busy now bance in tho physical system Impor Â¬ Miss Pearl Argabright visited Mrs II of the most substantial and most highly tant organs of tho body become torpid or respected citizens of Meado county fact is C Gibson last week irregular in their action and tho Uncle Andy as ho was popularly called instantly reflected in tho mental condiMr Mac Avitt of Irvlngton visited was born February 4 1821 April 30 A disordered liv- Â¬ hero Sunday tion of tho individual 1843 ho was married to Martha J Mills er means disordered nerves and dull and Mr Sash Avitt visited his best girl who survives him They raised seven unsteady brain Any thing which will Saturday night and Sunday children to maturity six of whom are bring tho physical system into harmony Mr Jim Uainesays he likes to go to now living They havo forty fivo grand with budding nature confers an enor log rollings and three great grand children Ho was mous benefit upon tho iiationbc8ldostho Mrs Annie West and son Master tho founder of tho little town Andy villo of physical discomfort mere allaying His community will miss him and will Hoods Sarsaparilla does this as thous- Â¬ Walker spent Saturday and Sunday miss his influence for good Ho was a W West ands of grateful men and women can tes Â¬ witli Mr II good man a practical Christain and his Mr Iayton Basham spent Saturday tify an increased use of this standard death will be mourned not only by his spring medicine is of more real practical and Sunday witli Mr C L Avitt numerous relativo and many friends importance in promoting health and qui Â¬ Rev Martin filled his regular appoint but by tho entiro community in which business world than reams of ment Saturday and Sunday et in tho SJM he lived abstract theorizing Mrs A Dutschko is very ill at this writing Resolutions of Respect GARRETT Married at the residence of tho brides AM FoiiosviiLE loixie No COO F WiiEitCAS God in his dovino wisdom Mr Cohen tho drummer was in town father Mr E Robards Miss Eddio to Mr S W Balne May their lives bo has by death called from us our beloved this week ono of pleasure not a cloud to darken brother John M Smith be it therefore Quito a crowd was in town Thursday but a shining star to ever lighten their llewlved That wo greatly feel tho loss to hear tho candidates speak pathway of our departed brother and hold in Mrs Henry Harrington of Branden- Â¬ fond remembrance his fidelity to our or- Â¬ burg was visiting Mrs Hilf Thursday My wife was confined to her bed for der and his usefulness as a citizen A very largo crowd attonded the ball 2 That wo deeply sympathize with over two months with a very severe at Â¬ given at Mr George Miles Wednesday tack of rheumatism Wo could get noth- Â¬ tho family and friends of tho deceased Mr Creed Haynes of Muldraugh was ing to afford her any relief and as a last in their bereavement In town Thursday night tho guest of Mr resort gave Chamberlains Tain Balm a 3 That a copy of theso resolutions bo J C Crutcher trial To our great surprise she began deposited in the archive of our lodgd Mrs Crutcher and family spent Sun to improvo after tho first application ono sent to tho family of tho deceased dsy with Mr Jas Iticketts and family and by using it regularly she was soon and one Bent to each of the county pa Â¬ of Brandenburg able to get up and attend to her house pers and BitECKEXitiuoB News for pub- Â¬ 13 II Johnson of C J Knutson lication of Irving work Mr John Novitt and wife J M Johnson Co Kensington Minn 50 cent bot- Â¬ ton wero the guest of Mr Wm Hills B F Mitchell VQoui tles for sale by A It Fisher Cloverport Thursday and attended tho speaking JW Bristow J Co Harto his room sev- Ky and Kincheloo Moador After being confined eral days with a broken limb Mr James dinsburg Ky FELT HER BROTHERS DEATH Foslieo was able to bo in town this week Several men of this vicinity went to SAM HARRISON A Curious Circuinstanoee Whioh In- Â¬ Brandenburg Friday to hear tho candi Â¬ dates make their closing speeches for dicated Mental Telepathy Tho Man Who Murdered Ed Thompthis campaign Misses Lula Martha and sister-in-lason the Hardinsburg Marshal A curious circumstance that may be Mrs Dr Crutcher and Mr Courtney looked upon as u confirmation ot the Writes a Letter doctrine of mental teleiwthy took place Long spent laat Monday with Mr Frank hero recently in a family of importance Richies family Eddyville Kv April 8 1804 EniTon in the history of tho state This family BiiECKENitiiMiE News Your paper is a numbers among its members a lady and School Report District No 29 welcomo visitor hero witli mo as it ena Â¬ hor twin brother a young man who foi 01 Geo Gray I7J bles mo to hear from all parts of my the past few years has been in bushiest 1HI5 833 in New Zealand but who has been exKatiolullen county 815 Kobert Weatiierford037 I once thought that I had as many pected homo on a visit to his sister One evening lately the lady was sit Eddie Scott 052 HI5 friends in Breckenridgo county as any ing surrounded by f rionds when all at 015 705 LucyNobiett poor man there but by ono fatal stroke once aho gave a piercing cry and plac80 775 StovoGray I lost them nearly all though I bellevo ing her hand to her sido fell fainting te 731 801 Lydia Macy that I havo a few warm frlouds thero the floor On reviving she declared that 822 885 Nellie Goodman yet I am making friends here and I she had been suddenly stabbed just primary am going to seo that I dont kill any above tho heart and under the left arm 882 Billoy Wntts 61 872 Thos Driskell more I am well treated here and I indicating the spots She was assured under 027 805 Ioy tjn E Scott shun all bad company and everything that that she was laboring bard tothe purest imagination bnt was convince primary 850 1ercy Macy looks liko trouble I have a good placo that this was the case so plainly had she 85 013 AsaHarned to work whero the labor is not hard felt the knife enter the body 83 primary Ernest Driskell All the men who camo hero from That night a little daughter was bornt primary 831 Clarence Macy Breckenridgo county nro getting along 10 nor anu wiu cuuu wu iuuuu 10 ue well Tho officers of tho prison aro a marked on tho places indicatod by the Our report shows tho mothlyrcport In class recitation attendance deport Â¬ good set of men and I intend to treat mother as the wonndsshe had imagined Tho marks on the child looked as if they ment and the monthly examination of thorn as well ns I know how might be the cicatrix of old knife truly second Yours tho teahers class is found in tho wounds The next day a cablegram S II Hakiuson column on the January questions of tho was received from friends of tho twin Stato Board brother in New Zealand Informing his A Diiiskell teacher sister that be had boon stabbed to death subject to attacks of by a native in a quarrel and the date Persons who aro Dick Brashear Is la Luok bilious colic can almost invariably toll given of the young mans death was that Gas Citv Ind April 0 A party of by their feelings When to exspect an at of tho night when his sister had felt the consisting of It A tack If Chamberlains Colic Cholera pang of a knife entering her own body local capitalists She prevailed on her husband to in Brashear John It Hadloy and W M and Diarrhoea Remedy is taken as soon thoy can quire by cable where her brothers mur Sills havo been putting down an oil as theso symptoms appear to complete Such persona derer had struck him and well about eighteen miles northeast of ward off tho disease the coincidence Inttrneu that Iw had been this place Tho well was shot Monday should always keep the Remedy at hand stabbed twice once above the heart and and resulted In what will bo about a 125 ready for immediate use when needed again under tho left arm She is conbarrel well although it is yielding twice Two or three doses of it at the right time vinced that through herafflnlty with hei that amount now The owners are high will save them much suffering For sale brother she felt bis death even as he ret ly pleased at tho result and have let the by A II Fisher Cloverport Ky and calved it New Orleans Letter contract for another well on the same Klncheloe Meador A Co Hardinsburg r PtUe O wBalilsgrPeWdw Ky tract Indianapolis Journal Waifi Fsalr MIam s i Oth Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Mr Taylor Basham was circulating In town Sunday If you dont play checkers you aro decidedly not In It Mrs A N Jolly is nt thelwdsldeJof1 her father Mr Jordon Mls Hattio Beauchainp was in town Sunday visiting Mrs E Connor It is n noticahlo fact that Mr Arthur Mattlngly is growing moro Jolly every day Mr Mac Bobbins and sister IVJbs Mary visited relatives near Hardinsburg Satur- Â¬ day and Sunday Mr Eugeno Connor and family aro contemplating a visit to his sister at Alton Ind this week Quito a crowd of young folks visited tho Falls Sunday and paid Mr T B Squires a friendly call Mr Isaac Bermun tho clover little peddler was in our midst again Saturday smiling pleasantly upon all Mr Marbel Jordon is critically 111 at Tim Jordons near Clifton Mills- Ho is No hopes 8 years old and very feeble aro entertained for his recovery Miss Molllo McQuady will havo a full stock of tho latest styles In millinery goods in a short time Call and seo them before making your purchases elsewhere The News was mistaken a few weeks ago as to tho wherabouts of Mr Jesse Miller He was only at Samplo indulg Â¬ ing in his favorite pastime of playing checkers and hunting Kobbins the latter of which lie was very fond I am sorry to seo our prayer meeting become a failure A few gathered thero Sunday night but there was no leader present consequently no prayer meeting It does seem as if thero ought to bo enough christian people hero to conduct prayer meeting regularly and to havo a Sabbath school 1 Â¬ DONT COME FOR YOUR BOY GUARAHTf TO TOWN Iwyv It M Wilson returned from Louisville Thursday Bill Otto Irvington Ky was hero on business Friday MIbh Mary Urear was vlsitng Miss Amy Basham Sunday I B Payne who has been sick for the past week is able to bo out again Art Goodman1 has gono to Rough creek to get out raihoad timber MissKatfe Pttllnn and Miss Crittio Nottngham are hero going to school Ed Mo Guflin our clever postmaater takes a walk down tho It R very often What has become of our Persimmon Flat correspondent Iet us hear from you again Miss Amanda Payne is making prepa- Â¬ rations to go to Meadvllle Wo hope Bho wont stay long Work has begun on tho Baptist church here Wo hopo to havo it com- Â¬ pleted In a short time a Without Coining Around to the Mammoth and getting MEW SPRING GOODS A WATCH FEEE LOWER PRICES THAN EVER KNOWN IN LOUISVILLE lOOO MENS PINE SACKS AT Mmr ctnl O flamif wr OSKKKb SUITS gejg FROCKS and CUTAWAYS M kklkVsHliBHi m WATCH - mt v5i Tho handsomest over presented to tho Customers of a store It is American Lover Movement in nicklo or black case and a nickle plateu or oxi- Â¬ dized Chain and Charm exactly as illustrated go with each Watch 1 10 Chllds Suits nt 3 Hoys lllnck Cheviot Suits for 5 COMBINATION SUITS Our celebrated Combination Suite for Children at ti WCO 5 and 0 splendidly made and an extra pair of Pants with each Suit nro selling faster than any Â¬ thing wo ever offered and win Â¬ ning new laurels for tho old It would bo worth while for tho ladles to bear in mind that if they take a genr oral course of Aycrs Sarsaparilla in the spring they will havo notroublo with boils sties hives prickly heat or black heads when summer comes Prevention is better than cure Tho manufacturers desired to introduce their Watches and sold them to u5 at such a ridiculously low price for the advertising wo would give them that wo are able to give them with all purchases of 12 or over KXAMPLE Buy a 12 Suit or Overcoat and you get a Watch free WEST VIEW Farmers are planting corn Mrs Gus Lewis died on Monday the In Louisville till you come to the Mammoth and soo our attractive stock of Mens Boys and Chi- Â¬ 12 Mail ldrens Clothing Shoes lints and Purchases may be made in any department of tho house all at ono time or at Furnishings and Ladies and different times bringing or sending tho purchase card with you every time to get Mens Shoes tho amount of your purchaso punched out You ought to havo our Now Spring Catalogue Send your address EXAMPLE Buy 12 worth of goods for your boy and get n Watch free EXAMPLE 12 worth Buy for all your fam iIy combined Watch free EXAMPLE Buy 12 wortli for anybody and you get n Watch free Mammoth DONT SPEND A DOLLAR Send a Order and get a Watch Free KLEINHANS -- AND SIMONSON MAMMOTH 0 BOURNE SHOE and CLOTHING COMPANY Market bet lth and Cth Sis LOUISVILLE KY What the Clergy Say About J Tun- - J M HARPER DANIEL BROOKS ELECTROPOISE llov Hobort M Barrett Baptist Semi- Â¬ I gladly add nary Louisville Ky my testimonial to that of many witnesses Besides other ser- Â¬ for tho Electropoise ious troubles I havo cured a severe at- Â¬ tack of la grippe in oue nights treat- Â¬ ment Rev W W Bruce Hustonville Ky With the Electropoise I have cured a bad caso of opium habit in less than tno months time tho patient now lias n desiro for tho drug Editorial from Central Methodist Catlettsburg Ky Rov Z Meek Editor Unless ten thousand men mainly pro- Â¬ fessional men lawyers doctors editors preachers and all classes Including the writer aro very mucli mistaken the Electropoise affects cures gives relief where all other remodies havo failed especially is it efficacious in delicate feeble women Rev Geo II Means Covington Ky In ono nights time the Electropoise relieved me of brain congestion and ver- Â¬ tigo My wlfo was rolloved of a sovero attack of neuralgia in ono hour Rev John L Rogers Danvillo Ky A kinswoman of mine who was appar- Â¬ ently rapidly sinking into tho grave suf Â¬ fering with sciatic rheumatism and in extreme pain day and night in a very short time obtained freedom front all pain walks without crutch or cano and declares that she is woll It is a mystery to mo almost a mirclo Rov W F Wyatt Morning View Ky I began to improve from tho first application of tho wonder working gem my general health is better than it has been in years I boliovo it to bo a God given remedy Â¬ BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILl KY McmorrIoiotlirala ower Headache Wakeulnei Lost MauUood Miililly Kuililoiu NerTous ncssBllaralnsnndloMof powerlnUeneratlTeOrtmns or eltuor soxcauied by over exertion youthful errors except lye ntoof tobacco opium or stim Â¬ ulants which loud toInanriUrCnnsumptlon or Intanlir Can bo carried In Test pocket Hi per box O tor VS br mall prepaid WltbnSS order wa h all live n writtentor larurenrrftfunil ftiw m u rnarnntfl other Wrlto rnrfrceMedlril Hook KnM aealed druKirliti Ak It takonn sent tiiuuua ADUJtilkUlaliU In plain wraDDer Address NlV12flE121cuMasniiiaTmniAriiin Aim For ealu In Cloverport Kjrbr A It rlHUKll and by C C MAUTIN Druggist MANHOOD RESTORED ZSSEJ2FEK to euro nil nerousdlcasoucU us Wens fc McQUADY Mr John Asklns Sr is very ill at this writing Mrs Susan Nowby has moved into her new house Mrs Delilu Crows visited relatives on Rock Lick Intst week Mr Wm liell mado a Hying trip to Harned ono day last week A largo crowd attended tho log rolling at Mr John Franks last Friday Mrs Joo Smith who has been tick for about a year is slowly improving Peoplo nro beginning to re make their gardens that Jack Frost nipped a few weeks ago Kev Haynes will preach Mrs Ellen May At a Bargain to tho rijjbt man the Old Reliable Clifton Mill Good Btne diim everlasting power and doing n good business All in first class order For particulars address or apply to Bowmans funeral at Corinth church at 11 oclock a m on tho secoud Sunday in J W CARY Clifton Mills Ky Jolly Station is a beautiful little village seven miles from Hardinsburg on tho L II W railroad It has about M inhabitants ono Baptist church and three stores all doing n good business The WEEKLY VALLEY Items aro vory scarce this week Mr George Bandy and sister of Irv- Â¬ ington wero visiting their grand parents last Sunday Mr and Mrs Bandy and Mr Wm Pato of near Custer wero the guests of Mr W E McCoy Sunday Mr Warnio McCoy and Miss Mary McCoy attended church at Clifton Mills last Sunday and took dinner with their cousins Misses Annie and Lula Jordon NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC COURIER JOURNAL Ii golny a ten page eight columii Democratic News Â¬ paper It eontalm tbe best of everything Hxxbt Wattebion U the Editor Address DuBois Webb 509 Fourtli street Louisville Ky 4Send for circulars free - Prlco 100 a Year - - HUDSON Mrs Xcafus is still improving The Wiixly Couuicr Journal makes very liberal terms to agents and gives free pre Â¬ miums for olubi Sample copiei of tbe paper and foar pnge Premium Supplement lent free to any address Write to Courier - Journal Company LOUISVILLE ADD TIIK Fanners aro busy preparing for a crop Breckenridge Circuit Court Tho cold weather has damaged this J D Heeler Plff vicinity va In Equity Born to tho wife of J W Quigglns a Taylor IlearJ to Defti All person having elatmi iguinit the lata fino girl Ky firm of Beard A Detler of llardlmburg are requested to file the same with me properly Wo nro having somo moro nice wcath verified as required by law on or before the or at present day of May 1891 alio al penoni Indebt Â¬ Mrs Bennett after a sovero illness is KY THE BEE0KENEIDQE NEWS Will be lent one year to any addren for 200 Addreu JN0 D DADUAOE Cloverport Ky Weekly Courier - Journal l i convalescent Mra J F Armes Is about through planting corn Aunt Tennlo Slironsberry has boen vory sick for a few days J T Drano has gono to Louisville to lay in a full stock of spring goods Mr John Hall after a severo attack of heart trouble is slowly improving Miss Amy Johnson of near hero vis Â¬ ited her brother and family recently Wo heartily agree witli Fkron about gossipers Wo havo a few around hero Mrs Jesso Lampton of Hardinsburp visited her parents of this placo last weok Miss Kato Pullen who has been at- Â¬ tending school at Harned was at homo on a visit a few days ago Mr John Walker who has been very low with consumption was reported to bo a little hotter yesterday Pierce Co wilt soon bo ready to movo their saw mill tn hero They hayo been cutting and hauling logs in for some time Mrs Maggiu Cole wife of George Cplo dttkl at her home near CoBtantine he was a good kind christian woman and neighbors was loveM by all ed to the above named firm are requested to call at my office in llardlmburg Ky at once lit v The members of tbe above laid firm are tub Joined and roitralned by order ot oourt frnu and settle latne oud lave eoiti Wall Paper 1 making any colleotlonior aJjuitlng any elaltni of the above laid firm MATTHIAS MILLUR Receiver Appointed by the llreckenrldge Circuit Court March 3d 1891 will reduce your weight Oiiesitv PltMANlNTIY from IJ to IJ pounds a month lckncss or Injury I NU IUll NO STARVING They build up the health and beauti 11C1TV ly the complexion leaving NO WUINKLES or lisbblntsi STOUT AUDOMKVS and uiuicult breathing surely relieved NO KXIKKIMENT but a scicntlric and positive relief adopted only All orders supplied after years of experience direct from our office lrice joo per package or three packages for Ijjoo by mall potM Testimonials and particulars scaled seta All FAT IlLts PEOPLE Iark OtlUf MiLtli Loulavlllu Ky Robt Hamplea and Book How to Paper mulled Ill be 1All Handsome Paper 3c Ollt Paper 8c nn nAH tn Emboad nod15c o in Border 2o yd oln Qllt 3c yd 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