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Digital page images are linked to the text file. sssssssssLsfa n BBBBHBBHBHBMMMBHiMHtHtWttWM kMv - iH0Clii-- 4- v1 - J- - THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS t t- VOL v XVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY Tho next lowest placo not mentioned amouut is 101 and is set down as In- Â¬ terest on 33 00 part of United States Pacific bond h61d Ihlhdiari Trust Fund From work dono for prlvato individuals in public shops the Kopublio was further enrichett by 4 50 whllo through un Â¬ explained balance In disbursing accounts it profited to the extent of 5 21 From private soldiers of tho United States who lost their hand books and were compelled to make tho loss good tho government derived 4 70 whllo through forfolturo In consequence of lost post office letter box keys 03 60 was added to tho revenue This last source If of revenue is explained as follows ono hires a letter box ho is compelled to deposit a dollar for his key If this is not returned when tho box is given up tho amount is forfeited to tho govern- Â¬ ment In tho miscellaneous sourco sched- Â¬ ule the country figures as a creditor of ono collapsed bank tho Exchange Na- Â¬ tional of Norfolk Va on account of public money deposited for tho National Homo for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers A dividend was paid last year and from this source tho govcrnmentderived 500 50 The receipts from tho Yellow stono National Park increased tho revenuo by A salo of buildings on tho 1348 abandoned military reservation at Fort Brldger Wye brought in 1222 and a similar sale at Fort Steele also abandon- Â¬ N Y Herald ed 12710 TWO An After tho GENERALS APRIL 25 1894 NO 40 Jh- - v A Crop 0 Kisses from her slile I ro Rslngln In the mornln cool an gray In the furrow an the hill climb Into day An 1 kin her at the pattln shes tho tweet- thinf In lire Like t use to Mm my sweetheart Tore my weetheart wai my wife When the dew slilnct War Story of two Hard now Thoy Broke Even Fighters IVORY V RACKET Just opened out in my little STORE Bir Hive a complcto Btock of et r h ilf T- - W3L r y- - - 6K l lr Gen Joo Shelby who has been hero Schollcld at klssn mighty soonl army headquarters yesterday Shelby An twyt Ill make It last me till the had commanded a cavalry brigade In Prices dcr point to noon lie kissed hcrt An the keen lark tin Army during tho raid in Missouri and an the wind slngi So did we often camo in unpleasant contact with When tome wild roc comet a ctlmblng an the troopscommanded by Gen Schofield jet ttealt her kltt Irom met On the occasion Shelby swooped down Then the plow standi In the furrow an my on Schofield like a western blizzard and dreamineyet I thield carried off his colored cook When they At I look where latt I left her at I ting across the Meld met yesterday Shelby asked his old time Heretthe wlndt a laughln at mc herca adversary if ho remombered tho loss of thaJarkt a tlngln thin his cook Het kissed her Kissed her kissed her but Ho was Yes said Gen Schofiold the rose hat stole the kiss tho best cook I ovor haliu tho field and Then with all the birds a slngtnan a twtt I was greatly vexed over his loss tin me so sweet I lose sight o all the grasses roun the coin He died a few years ago in SULouls blades at my feet said Shelby and ho had tho biggest fu- Â¬ till An my horse looks roun a wondcrln neral you over saw white or black I he almost seems to say thought I had struck you in a tender Will you make a crop o kisses or another rropo hayr ho spot when I nabbed your cook added with a laugh An I dont know how to answer lor Im thlnkln an I seem Yes said tho commander-in-chie- f IIke a feller Jes a wakin from the middle of He was a great cook but musingly a dream General if you will remember I got An my horse Is nut o harness with his mane oven with you for that act the next day a flowln free An the rose that stole her kisses well she Well you rather did mako things kisses It an met even remarked tho Missourian Did ho punish you much asked a Ihank I Stanton In the Southern Magazine for April friend addressing Shelby Did he Great Scott Ho wiped tho Hundreds of persons using Ayers up with me exclaimed Shelby in efficacy in re- Â¬ earth Hair Vigor certify to its a candid enthusiasm at the recollection storing to their hair tho color and beau- Â¬ of his own defeat Washington Post ty of youth How Uncle Sam Swells His Enor- Â¬ My wife was confined to her bed for GARFIELD mous Income Taking Caro over two months with a very severe at- Â¬ Wo could get noth Â¬ Mr Warnio Macy visited Miss Mary tack of rheumatism of Small Things ing to afford her any relief and as a last McCoy Sunday resort gavo Chamberlains Pain Balm a The farmers aro very busily engaged Conscience Money Bequests and trial To our great surprise sho began preparing to plant corn to improvo after tho- - first application Post office Keys all Help to Warren Macy looks sad since a certain and by using it regularly sho was soon Swell the Pile young lady left for college able to got up and attend to her house Miss Lydia Macy is attending Prof work E H Johnson of C J Knutson EVERY LITTLE HELPS Driskells school at Ilarnetl A Co Kensington Minn 50 cent bot- Â¬ llev Hook preached quite an interest Â¬ tles for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport ing sermon at Pleasant Grove Sunday Ky and Kincheloe Meador it Co Har Undo Sam lias some odd sources of Miss Ada Board is teaching a spring dlnsburg Ky revenue which rarely if ever attracts tho attention of his more or less dutiful school at Ouster Wo wish her great TOBINSPORT nephews and nieces A careful record success Messrs Robert Weatherford and Matt is kept of them however by the excel- Â¬ Mr Royal is hero from Troy with his lent corps of accountants in the ofllce of Payne were the guests of Misses Nnnnio family the Treasury and eventually tho items acd Katie Board Sunday small and large appear duly ret forth in Kiss Tetitia Frymire one of Patesvllle Cass Whitehead and Til Groves went the voluminous annual report on the fi- Â¬ fairest damsels is visiting in this vicin Â¬ to Louisville Sunday nances of the government issued by tho ity the guest of her cousins Missess Mrs John Lyons was quite sick last Secretary of the Treasury Nan io and Katio Board week but is improving now Few1 persons would feel inclined to From another correspondent Z- - Services at tho M E church twice a look to a government report of some fif Â¬ Miss Fsa Dent and mother of Bow month now instead of onco read- Â¬ teen hundreil pages for interesting leyville were hero shopping Thursday Mr Bosley of Chenault was In our ing The mere suggestion of it conjures Miss Bell Priest ot Harned was Iho town on a business trip last week of innumerable up to terrors thoughts guest of Iter cousin Miss Effio Pool Sun Â¬ Eld R T Bruner filled his regular ap- Â¬ columns of figures pages of statistics l j Properly considered however tho con- - day pointment here Saturday and Sunday Rev Joe Dugan will preach hero Sat tents of tho hugo volumo aro anything Mr Tipton Tato and family of near devoted to it is urday night and at Lost Run on Sun Derby are visiting Mr John Lyons this but prosaic The work vast and from it ono can trace the re- Â¬ day week sults of every financial operation of tho Mrs Eannlo Gray returned from a Miss Esther Boultinghouse of Cannel government during tho fiscal year Ono weeks visit to friends in Custer last ton is visiting her sister Mrs Herbert end of the thread of every transaction Thursday Cockrell leads to tho Treasury Department no i Mr George Bell has bought the Ed Q K Groves has been appointed ad- Â¬ matter where tho other originates and mond Haynes farjh and expects to lo-Â¬ ministrator of tho estate of F M Polk f these other ends may bo found at the cate thero soonl 1 deceased uttermost ends of the earth in tho draw- Â¬ Mrs Mary Jarrett of Hazelville spent Our fishermen cant even furnish us ing of drafts by navy paymasters to pay Thursday and Friday with her father with a mess of the finny tribe Just onco water in Friendly Islands in Bainoy Durbin for fresh in a whllo tho payment of the stipend to the scrub Mrs Nannio Gregory spent last weol woman who cleans tho floor of New Mr E O Gordon of Patesvllle is vis- Â¬ in Bewloyville tho guest of her aunt iting his daughter Mrs Helen Haynes York Custom House Mrs Emma Claycomb hero this week FROM MISCELLANEOUS SOURCES The many friends of Elisha Simmons Synasuro should subscribe himself Frobably as interesting a feature how will bo glad to hear ho has recovered any in tho report is the record of from a long illness and is out on the Zacheus as it would be mpre In keeping over as with his stature government receipts from miscellaneous street again Miss Nell Lyons has returned homo These are of great variety and sources Wo understand that Dr Parks of after an extended visit among relatives run all the way from bequests of pa- Â¬ will move here soon Mill triotic citizens who leave money to be Clifton and friends at Derby Wo extend a hearty welcome to the Dri devoted to the payment of tho national Our roads aro once moro in a goo J family and hopd W havo them in debt to the payment of private soldiers and condftion and pleasure riding is all the at an early date on account of hand hooks lost or stolen our midst go on Sunday afternoon Mr James Macy has returned from a Tho total receipts from miscellaneous The greater part of tho early planting Jim evJdepU sources according to tho recently issued few weeks stay In Texas of potatoes has rotted and farmers aro report of tho Secretary of the Treasury ly thinks old Kentucky tlio best piaco planting the fcttnd time for loUl ore53oiSllS28 82 Thrtjo largo after all Thats right Jim theres no Stuart Finch an aged citizen in the itfima alonVappear These are ieesfon placo like home upper end of this bottom is quito sick letters patent 1293513 65 taxfon cir- Â¬ and not expected to live long A High Eating culation of national banks J 1302023 03 George Winchell has treated his face and the salo of tho old Custom House TJaat feek a high up revenue official making waTfn the city and Inspected Collector to a nice shave and says hes getting 433500 at Pittsburg Ta site a total of 3121447 18 and leaving a Powers office in all departments He ready for tho fight In November Jno Ambers 0 P Polk Sam Hayden balance of 529881 04 which is account- Â¬ made Ids report to headquarters and the ed for by iorty fivQ 6oparatoand distinct department notified tho Collector to day and two young ladles attended tho bap- Â¬ entries Itis among these minor items that his office is now rated at 1 This is tising at Cloverport Sunday afternoon that tho interest in the miscellaneous ono half above perfect and a com- Â¬ Mis4 Nannie Taylor had an old time sources of the revenue lies pliment In tho highest sense to Collector ager chill at school Monday and her The conscience fund for example is a Powers and his very capable offico force mothor wont after her with a horse and source which always attracts attention of seven Owensboro Inquirer buggy During tho fiscal year of 1803 the govern Â¬ T L Weathcrholt who has been laid ment received from persons feeling tho up for a long tlmo with a broken leg Is an- Â¬ prick of conscience i708 70 Tho now able to be out and see to bis bus nual receipts from this source aro never iness on the farm Â¬ very largo which fact affords a sad com These balmy days almost give us the mentary upon the honesty of people for 4sun grins but wo have to be up with tho government is swindled right and he lark and out in order to get tough- Â¬ left by travellers returning from abroad ened up for the summers work of vessels Assessments upon owners Wheat in the last few days has chang Â¬ for deaths on shipboard enriched the ed Its color from an old red fox to a government during the same period by beautiful green and wo aro again en Â¬ 070 This is equivalent to a statement couraged by tho hope of a reasonably of natu Â¬ 1 that ninety seven persons died good crop ral causaa on Araecaa ships durMjg ih You Cloverporters may oxpect to get yean Aifirst tlioaghf it seeBWpaullirJ a few strawberries from here yet as that Uttele Sam should demand 10 a there Is a full half crop of bloom So pieiafer every citizen who dies at sea you may jot it down that you will get Imttbs pjgvUlon is a wise ono as It has ht lit nraroaM your share of the luscious fruit indne4 emigrant ships to secure the IVvi Aftut whan Am altuAL beeetM fully Klday servlci of better doctors than formerly known It U too UM ffct r T Uncle Sam packed his phattek one and owners and sailing mailers Jo pro- - BtoM AUtnwMT- f HlpMon SwMealy day last week and moved his pktee of thWk TbM zvtt M n4 MBPlotas upf vide adequate neulclae chews for leng aeute lfko ItxHiul wtM p thi woty Letu bulnea a paee or two closer to the boat It la teMtker 4IHI nT resoa voyages get o shorten t 1 OatiwaltafetMt symptom why MtUM Dr landfng SoVoody wll lIg daily reaches by nearly pae half f 1111 Kill Tue BHiatfMt amount or raven fceaati aaoMy ftvaAti 8e you twily HT There will be a Sunday Sohool con Â¬ any miscellaneous soarce by the vention held at the Baptist olfurch here 1 Kj ftfceuk bemUUkwIafMrtukM Nad will tnent during 1808 was 1 Tkitjack f Hi My Amsh Ityew de m tarmyva ku it m on Jtfay 5th a4 7th Rev J8L H Huff-rinwi try with the other Items ana waf ue- - ni it Uw4 MilMood mm U uttm bus il9 KM Um ret of fQfHy aequlred Craaw BW fayUr Drf Pr4 lived Iti a kind of jrood bye klssln though Ifa for ten days called on Gen Drugs Fancy and 50AP Staple Groceries 9gop VPJJRE 1 2- - Si Tter Ladies and Gents Furnishings Mens Tailorings Farming Machinery a Specialty I underbuy because I can I undersell because I will I am going to givo my customers as near a hundred cents worth for tho All Mighty Dollar as any other houso in tho country I am going to tear tho Old High Tarilfer into carpet rags I am going to grind tho Old Hundred Percenter into sausage meat I hear tho old Itegulars singing Shoddy Stuff I will sell Auction Trash but come and get some of tho benefit in my Sledge I lam m er Prices you goods 50 per cent cheaper than the house which buys of runners and makes their customers pay that runners expense and buy on eternal time Compare my sledgehammers with these of other concerns GL Nicest Torchon Laces and nicest Edging lovteBt FOR CLOTHES THE PrtOOTEH QAMBLK CO OINTt man of Soymour will bo present and give us some good Sunday School talks If he is anything like the old sort Every Â¬ body is invited to attend and hear him Bona Sanders has moved from his cot tago homo on the hill on to Win Weath BURCII Proprietor Moolcyvillc Ky REVENUES er holts land where he thinks he can do better than ho did on tho hill Wo wish him success in his now under- Â¬ taking The young folks met at tho Baptist church Sunday evening to practice somo selected pieces of music This is pre Â¬ paratory to the Sunday School Convention which meets at that place on May 5th to 7th Martin Frank has purchased a new gasoliue cook stovo and It looks to bo a first class ono too Mr Frank thinks tho old wood stovo would mako too much heat for a bulky man like him this summer Wood Weathcrholt has given his house anew coat of paint which helps tho looks no little There is ono thing lacking yet and that is hitching posts for tho benefit of the neighbors and undo JeffHawkins Ladies Gents Furnishings Tailoring Groceries Etc Best Granulnted sugar 18 and 20 lbs for 100 Best grades C sugar 20 lbs for 1 00 Fnncy Groceries aro cheaper in propor- Â¬ HOLT Mrs J E Black wont to Stephensport Representing ono tho best concerns in prices Nicest Inscrtlngs nil prices nnd qualities the East I can show you sample suits of 5 per rent cheaper tliim any other nil tho latest Clay Worsteds Serges nnd hiUso If measure Ladles Vests prices according to quality KVrsies Guaranteed a fit Is not correct nnd not nn exact duplicate I givo bargains in this lino Best Hose both Domestic nnd Imported of Sample suit Ill not want you to take Come nnd seo for yourself what drives tho suit as I want to treat every one right 25c Best Patent Socks 3 for Theso goods nro of good value gunran Best Lisla Socks 15 to 25c teed according to price paid I tako Best N Y Mills LaunderedShirto 25 per your measure nnd you have n perlect fit cent cheaper than elsewhere 50 5c otherwise you arc not expected to Best Unlnundcred Shirts 50 and GO eta take the suit Best Working Shirts 35 nnd 50 eta Conio nnd exnmino nnd Ill mnko you Best 4 ply Linen Collars all styles nnd prices that will suit you always tho lntest 10c 3 for 25e Yours Truly Best 4 ply Cuirper pair 20c Best Cuff supporters per pnlr 10c G L 1UTUG1I Best Silk latest cuts in Neckwear 25 and 35 cts wido ends only Ui Nicest Cravats 10 nnd 15 cts d ties 25 nnd 35 cts Nifest 1 dozen Collar Buttons bone 5 cts Best Elastic Sleeve supporters only 5 cts 4 nico Percale ties for 5 cts Tub Iiude of the Hail Outfitter G L BURCII tion Farming Machinery Sole agents for nil kinds of Farming Gents Wants Implements Best 1 horeo plow nil steel 300 Best 1 horse Double Shoel 210 All plows kept in stock Special prices on Binders and Twine Best Binding Twino at i cts per lb Best Sisnl nt 8J cts per lb Sole ngeut for the Buckeye Pony Binders Come and examine my nnd Mowers 1 shall bo pleased to givo you stock prices nnd tho ery lowest in this line Four-ln-llnn- Everything kept in a first class store Terms spot cosh or produce G L Drug BURCII Tuesday W A Smith went to Hawesville Wednesday Miss Maggie Tinlus Clovcrportis visit Â¬ ing relatives here John Hayden Toblnsport spent Sun Â¬ day with Mr and Mrs Wm Weathorholt Reuben Reynolda went to Stephens port Friday to see his sister Mrs Belle Brinley Scott Holt died of pneumonia lover at his home near this place Sunday morn- Â¬ ing April 15th A rs Emma Whito was visiting her Bister Mrs M II Fontaine Haidins Mills last week Mr and Mrs Till Pauley Cloverpoit spent Saturday and Sunday with his mother Mrs Smith Mr and Mrs M II Fontaine Har- Â¬ dins Mill wero the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs V Hardin Sunday Misses Rosa Miller and Maggie Weath Â¬ orholt wero tho guests of Misses Nannie and Roe Adams Toblnsport Sunday Mrs Annio Moorman and Mrs It Thurman and daughter Bula Hitos Run wero the guests of Mrs Moormans parents Mr and Mrs J Weathorholt Friday and Sunday Tho protracted meeting at the colored church which has been in progress the past three weeks closed Sunday night with much good accomplished thero be Â¬ ing several additions to tho church Mrs Bryant St ut died of cancer of tho stomach at tho city hospital in Louisville Saturday night April 14th Her remains wero brought down on the train Sunday morning and wero buried in tho Smith grave yard threo miles be- Â¬ low Rome Ind Monday Nothing but good Goods carried in stock and theso aro sold at such a low price that will attract tho Como These goods remember are not shop worn but fresh clean stock attention of closo buyers Como and and you will get suited in anything legitimately belonging to a stock of first class goods Will do tho right thing by all my customers and you will find prices as well as goods always right Terms spot cash or produce friends Q L BURGH ZMZole37-T7-Ille ZEQsr f If lt lKI B- i Mwu iikd nB un ihi LLllfcllVjAddmt D 7 lOtlllB iwrwiiiHmiiiiw 1 Ml tf draulau or Kit by mtl for M tu drvuUl totlt Krtllfc4tlpkl lfc Xl jm It m Mr TOIK1QBI I- Sfrvik Jr niUTMFNTa feV m laurail V yS IwiUwol u amna mastlalna Hv I 1 ftAla UfAVMFft BRAND New Novel NEW OF STOCK Dry Goods at a great Itiii and desirable GOc At a Bargain to tho right man tho Old Kcliablo Has been purchased by us at on tho dollar Now York Clifton Mill I J W CARY Good stone dam overlasting power Which wo will put on salo and continuo until sold You may judge All in and doing a good business from tho following quotations of a few articlo For particulars first class order on Stock address or apply to Best Bluo Callcoo c Mens Outing Shirts worth 50c solo FORCED SALE Prices Entire prico 25c prico 2 1 c Yard wide Hoosior Cotton 4J c Mens Socks worth 10 c at 5 c Nico Ginghams 4 3 c A OREAT BARGAIN Huck Crash worth 71 at 5 c Three hundred acrca of land In Duncans Val150 salo ley for lalet three Kd dwelllnKtwell watered Marseilles Spreads worth one hundred acre valUy land the rest up price 08c land well timbered a splendid suiar camp Lace Curtains wth 125 salo price 7oc veil set in blue grass Wilt sell on easy terms fflve possession anv time Lrtco Curtains wth 150 sale price 00o OKOUGK W NEIKnurm Apply to llreckenrldge county Ky Laco Scrim worth 10c salo prico Cc Clifton Mills Ky Heavy Ingrain Carpets worth 35c salo Txtra quality worth 10 c 10 15 salu prico 12J Â¬ Straw Matting and 15 c nico quality 10 Special salo Whitlow Shades worth 50c salo prico 25c NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC DRURYS BREEDING STOCK lowing breeding stock we do not hesitate to say that we believe It to be as good as can be found Not onlv well bred on the side ol In the state their sires but equally as well through their dams a very Important thing In a breeder In offering to the public the services at the folÂ¬ Como with great expectations and you will havo them moro than realized Breckenrldge Circuit Court J D Dealer Â¬ a DeftiJ Taylor Beard All persons having claims against the late Ky Uerler of llardlntburg firm of Beard ar requested to Ale tho tame with me properly verified aa required by law on or before tho 1st day of May 1894 also all persons Indebt Â¬ ed to the above named Arm are requested to call at my office In Uardlnsburg Ky at once and fettle same and save oosts The members of the above said Arm are sub Joined and restrained by order of court front making any collections or adjusting any claims of the above said firm MATTHIAS MILLER Receiver Appointed by the Breckenrldge Circuit Court March 3d 1994 ti Plff 1 In Equity QEIO YEAKEL GO BRANDENBURG- - KY Was sired and foaled at Lexington Ky 1 his high styled Kentucky baddle btalllon will make the season of 1894 at my place one mile Kast of ilcwlcyvlllc on the Louisville road by Iayette Denmark he by Ned Galnes Denmark he bv racehorse Diomede he by Imported Ilcdgcford ad dam by Davy 1st dam by Hall stocking 3d dam by llonoak 4th dam by tier Crockett dam by Highlander trand 5th NOTE You will notice from this renowned tires breeding that he la backedon up by the the sires strongest families ol Denmarks tide clear back tp thoroughbreds On hit dams has tome of the best erf es of saddle tide he families to be had strongly backed up by thoroughbreds both on aire and damt tide Denmark Bourbon NSII It No IIoukbon Denmark iiuigiiii sired was And other Vehicles Harness and Saddles Unequaled in Style Workmanship and Durability At BUGGIES JfSNX UtlmMp Obesity IlLLa will reduce your weight EllMANENTIY from n to ijpoundse mouth NO SrVKVIMJ lckness or injury t NO lUll LICIT V I hey build up the health and buaull fy the completion leaving NO WU1NKLKS or Thhlne KTOirr AUnnMIVS and difficult rely relieved NO lXIICUIMLNT DreathiiikT but a Kientlric and positive relief adopted only All orders supplied after years of experience Irlce joo per package direct from our office orthrce packages for fun by mall postpaid Testimonials and particulars scaled acts XU Qorrcapondcnco Strictly Confidential Boston Mass PARK REMEDY CO FAT PEOPLE Park tllitiiurucliirortti Factory Tricot Ireo oh bourd at Cincinnati HARNESS CO CINCINNATI O NATIONAL CARRIAGE at 45 00 Top Buggy Road Wagon Phaeton 32 00 62 50 v 132 O Dr J L Moorman ItoURBON Denmakk la a beautiful bay 16 much natural style at any stallion Mate and It at line a He breeds hit colts breeder at can bo found with style and Anlth solid colors and plenty of lie llrceds very strongly after himself eight out of ever ten going the galls by the mothers tide lie transmit his saddle qualities very readily because hit gaila are all natural and not He goes all tho gain easily but et- acquired pcclally to do aiimirca it nit running wain DKDUItllTION Surrey Carriage Spring Wagon Road wart No 00J Buggy Harness No 1080 Barouche Harness No 1177 Light Doublo Harness No 1202 Team Harness iandshlhand hat at In the 76 00 50 45 00 5 25 10 75 iiuu 15 75 17 0O 4tiJJA yT J 7J T dUaus with mealy points It of One carriage and splen Â¬ At a breeder of did anion with hetvy bone tirtt clait mules hit character It well known Jack Canary ird Canary Diau It Inbred lllack Warrior black TUHIMS Our Prices on otlior Styles and Grades aro equally low Tho work would please you and nlve ontlro satisfaction Try it once and you will liavo no other Our Vehicles Harneps and Saddles include a lull and complete line If you intend to purchase a Vehiclo Harness or Saddle dont fall to see or correspond with Ik 3 Evident Dentist OLOYBRPORT tMfltM ky it SiVtTitLSMV rVWV rWt Twvfc wr a with Br KH4 JT c All kinds of Dttti m myaitiesl ik rldtrt T wK Kat aai Mtbi piuivinniiiiiii mare should be niu htJnl4Jiiff therefromIf No retpuntl tlmaof tale or parting 1 mare should be sold pr traded oft the money will be due at tlinaof salt or parting therefrom a Hnurbon DoHtttarkt 1 1000 to Insure living coll payable when colt la foaled If lull I T F McCLURE Agent Is that any QiJKt to HARDINSBURGr KY I vjitnssrr cssrcii payable when colt it foaled lha blllty Hj Hum Who baa Illustrated Descriptive Catalogue and Price U tt of our full line He respectfully solicits your patronage and will cheerfully answer any further inquiries you may desire to make He fr wcldsott or escapes kpt CHAS HI DRURY Maret ot Cm save Yon Monty yu WLKVVILIKKV o i sA i i WrfHIWf i iv y fj 2 Breckenridge News r 25 1894 tf MR BRRGKENRIDGH H w J ijfiPi rv jWrc vyKif riw rjjr 3v- - TPfljpjnsrTjIe r F NRS OLOYERPOHT KY on tho stae were smothered out with carpets pH16ws etc and tho fire inthe ceiling was extinguished with water After the crowd had nil gotten out the fainting women resuscitated and all tho missing children restored quiet reigned and that Red Front Hall was n sight to behold It looked as if a herd of wild bufThlo had just stampeded through it Tho doo s were broken and off their Tho chairs nnd Beats wero hinges smashed and heaped In piles Tho stago was n wreck knee deep in feathers pil loos broken furnituro torn curtains ovorshocs clothing etc The surprise of it all is that no ono was seriously hurt With tbo exception of n fow slight uuts on the hands and arms of tho young ladies who escaped through tho bock windows no one was oven bruised or scratched Had it not been on tho ground floor many people would surely havo been killed or serious- Â¬ ly hurt for the frightened peoplo would have jumped out tho windows and tum- Â¬ bled over ono another down tho stair-Â¬ ways As it was when tho danger was over and everybody safethe feelings of tho peo Â¬ ple from intenso Borrowwenttotho other extreme and the greatest happiness pre- Â¬ vailed Rich and poor allko seemed to realizo that a great calamity had been averted casta in society wero level- Â¬ ed and joyous laughter greeted tho car Tho while everybody shook hands band was soon playing in Haynes saloon in the same building and every thing was going as merry as n tnarriago bell Tho Presbyterians aro not discouraged and tho Cantata will bo given in tho old Presbyterian church on Thursday nnd Friday nights tho 20th and 27th when tho program will bo carried out in full On Thursday night all thoso who bad tickets for last Friday night will be admitted free of chargo if thoy will call at tho City Bakery to day or to morrow and g t their tickets renewed On Fri Â¬ day night the general admission will bo Tick- Â¬ 23 cents reserved Beats 35 cents ets on sale at the City Bakery NOTES HARDIN8BURG LH W TIME TABLE Jno D e T 0 Batibage Editors and Proprletti WEDNESDAY APRIL Paiienger Sally arr lUrdlniburgl2itl 00110 I18T 0010 WIST pm am SIX PAGES DEMOORTIO TICKET For County Judge JOHN ALLEN MUUHAY Tor County Attorney Pauenger Dally arr HarJIruburg 7i40 Crab cider at R E Matlinglys Mr T C Lewis is on the sick list Cigars and tobaccont R E Mattinu iys Marvin Beard has been sick for several days Wo sell as wo buy close T C Lewis A Co MILTON BOARD For County Clerk R 0 RICHARDSON Tor Sheriff F K RHODES For Alienor HENRY GARNER For Surveyor A A LallEIST For Jailer J S DcJERNETTE For Coroner WM EMBRY In selecting Joo Blackburns successor Hnrdin county will bo for Brown Hardin Independent Coxeysnriny and Kellys army nnd Fryos contingent aro moving steadily forward toward Washington Rev Geo W Dennis baa wltbdrawn bis motion for a now trial and accepts judgment against tbo railroad for 5000 Job Winteismitb a young traveling well known in this section man died very suddenly in Louisville last Monday The crazy stampede last Friday night is conclusive proof that the citizens of Cloverport are living in n constant dread of fire Nobody realizes our perilous and helpless condition any plainer than we ourselves do Between the immoral christian W C P Breckinridge and tbo moral infi- Â¬ del C C Moore tho good people of tbo Seventh District of Kentucky will find it hard to mako a choice next fall when it comes to voting for a Congressman Truly the citizens of the Seventh are to be pitied seems to continually pursuo ub and it has only been by the best of fortune and rpiick work that we liavo escaped total destruction thus far Tho dreaded day will surely come soon- Â¬ er or later and then as we stand by help Â¬ lessly and watch the devouring of our property and wealth wo will ruo tho day that we ever discouraged the erection of water w orks The fire fiend Hov J S Worthum candidate for Congress in this district attempted to mako a speech at Brandenburg last Mon Â¬ day but was overtaken with an attack Ho had a of vertigo and had to desist good house and there was much disapÂ¬ pointment when it was found that ho Tbo peopleseeraed was unable tospeak anxious to hear what ho had to say striko the world has ever known was begun last Saturday At that timo tho number of miners who walked out of tho mines in tbo different parts of the United States aggregated 125000 and sinco that time tliey have Increased to 150000 About 15000 men quit work in tho Jellico dis trict in Eastern Kentucky Monday though tho men in tho Western portion of the stato are still at work The greatest coal mine Â¬ The unsettled feeling among tho laboring classes of tbo peoplo in many parts of tbo country is giving thought Â¬ Tho strikes ful ones much concern seem to bo confined to the largo cities but all over tho country there is an idea that something is radically wrong with our commercial machinery and that it is not working some bow for tho good of all No one seems able to tell just what may come of it but thoso who are conservative hope that tho thing may right up before a great while There are a lnrtro number of idlo men throughout tho country somo of them so from neces Co sity and many becauso they prefer Idle Gray bavo just received a Tayno ness to anything else but tho fact re Â¬ mains that we are passing through quito car loan of Pittsburg coal at Harned that they will sell at nlnteen cents per bush- Â¬ a depressing period Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jesso Taylor went to Brandenburg last Saturday A full lino of family groceries at A A McGarys Miss Emma Wado Is expected homo this week MrsMcBall died at her homo near this place last week Best flour forty cents per sack a C D Paynes Harne The best brands of cigars and tobacco at It E Mattinglys Rev Rutlcdgo preached at the Baptltt church last Sunday Mrs Blon Jolly Bowlcyvlllewas visit- Â¬ ing here last Sunday Ben E Gray Is building a new black- Â¬ smith shop at Harned Nine quarter cotton twenty cents at C D Paynes Harned Miss Letitla Frymiro has organized a Sunday school at Garfield Everything in jewelry and musical Co goods T C Lewis Mr Coleman Haswell Is giving his res- Â¬ idence a fresh coat of paint Confectioneries of all kinds fresh and nice at 11 E Mattisolys Mr Amos Board has a position in tho post olllco with Mr McClurc Tho mumps is catching most every- Â¬ body out at Ilarneds station Miss Carrie Owen of Giendeane was hero lost week visiting Lizzie Scott Meador for tho latest Go to Witt thing in now snake dress trimming C D Payne at Harned will pay you thirty eight cents for your feathers C D Payno is loading a largo lot of staves on the cars at Harned station For a good lunch go to It E Matling- Â¬ lys on south side Court house square If you want a good lunch goto A A McGary east side Court houso square Wm Skaggs was brought here last Saturday from Giendeane and lodged In jail You can get tho cheapest and best goods from A A McGary tho confec- Â¬ tioner Dont forget Browns excursion in May It only takes a very small amount to tako it in When you goto Harned call and see 0 D Payne He will give you goods at bottom prices Master Janiu9 A Foote of Bewley ville spent Saturday anl Sunday with Taylor Babbage Mr David II Brown of West View bos a good young dark bay horse that ho wants to sell Mr Henry Moorman has sold to some Chicago parties about 50000 feet of fine white oak timber Mr Wm Beard is having lumber put on tho ground for a new residence opposite the depot C D Payne at Harned will buy your staves and pay you 17 for half barrels and ii for kegs Browns excursions aro always pleas- Â¬ ant The exact date will soon be an Â¬ nounced in these columns Rev II C Hook will preach tho funer- Â¬ al of Mrs Edmond Haynes at Garfield the fifth Sunday in this month Mr Hilory McGary of this place has been selected as ono of tho deputies on tho Democratic assessors ticket Wanted 50000 lbs hurley tobacco and 50000 lbs of first class prior tobacco Win Winebrinner at Hardinsburg needs but precious little Your purso Our coaxing when you enter our store prices will surprise you T O Lewis Plggolt is preparing r pub-Â¬ lic entertainment to be given at City Hall during tbo May term of court Tho proceofls to be used in purchasing a now organ for tho M E church Licensed to marry Richard Davis to Miss Mary Bobbins Mc II Richardson to Miss Katio Burkhardt A J Skaggs to Miss Bettio Haynes John II Pullen to Miss Lizzie Lucas Tho Board of Trustees called a meet Â¬ ing Monday night and elected J II Leo Mover a Lennln Pollco Judge membor of tho board resigned and Richard May was elected In bis stead Tho evangelist Rev J J Smith who held a protracted meeting here is now at BlgSpring in a rovival and meeting with great success Thero has been about twenty conversions and a number of additions to the church Tho asphalt mines opened up at Gar geld last Monday Mr Burrel Beard of this place has secured the contract for hauling it to tho railroad A largo force of men will bo put to work and it will put a good deal of money in that section Tho members of the Sunday school of tho M E Church South are arranging a program for Childrens Day tho third Mrs N C Mosely Sunday In May Miss Tida Mercer and Miss Mary Board aro the committeo that have the matter in hand Notice I handle all kinds of steel and iron roofing imitation brick siding and reÂ¬ All kinds of pair all kinds of tinware carpenters work done Call and get John M Lewis prices Mrs W THE ElWOnTH LEAGUE 1 BURNEDjALIVE This Horriblo Death Is Baroly Es- Â¬ caped by Somo Precious Jow els ofClovorport Tho Prosbyterian Entortalnmont Nlppod in tho Bud by tho Firo Fiond Is Y Just As tho Curtain Is About To niso Scroams of Firel Firel Greot tho Ear Hon Women and Children Mako Mad Rush for Lifo and Heisers Shoes XL a Liberty and PILE OVER 0NE AN0THER are They The library social given by the Ep worth League tho 17th was a success Stella Scott personated Ijiura Pen dennis Thuckerys Pendcnnls Llllie Scott Martha Washington Ir vings Knickerbocker Histoiy Maud Smith Queen Elizabeth Eng- Â¬ lish History Lillio Cooper Hypatia Charles Kings ley Emma May Itomola George Elliott Daisy Mercer Phoebe May Sir Walter Scott OlaAdkisson Dolly Varden Charles Dickens Mattio Adkisson Ophelia Sbakspeare Eva Hensley Portia Sbakspeare Eva Heston Edith Harold Bulwer Irene Board lone Bulwer Mary Board Ben Hurr Lew Wallace Mary Bowmer Evangeline Longfellow Lizzie Board Mrs Malaprop Sheridan Florence Smith Mrs Nickelby Dick ens Carrio Owen Lucile Owen Meredith Tho following are tho library rules rPWORTH LEAGUE IIHRARY RULES Each individual upon tho payment of a ten cent library fee will bo entitled to all tho privileges of tho circulating li- Â¬ brary of tbo Epworth League At tho expiration of ten minutes each book must bo returned to its place A fine promptly and another chosen offivo cents will be imposed on any person keeping a book out over time In removing a book from the shelf persons are requested not to handle other books savo tho one applied for A fine of fifty cents will bo imposed on any individual who soils tears marks upon or otherwise defaces or Injures tho book Positively no extension of time grant Â¬ ed for tho rereading of an interesting book A fine of fifty cents will be Imposed on any individual who loans a book which he has in bis possesion No introduction to any book will be given save tho usual one furnished by tho author Positively each book must be returned before another is taken out Clare J PioootT Librarian EKRON Rain rain rain Henry Head agent for life insurance was hero Friday DrJ P Shacklett is building a neat office on Main street Albert Barry of Cloverport is here looking after his business interests A M Hardin of Lodiburg was visit- Â¬ ing J W Brown Saturday and Sunday Richardson A Roberts shipped a car load of evaporated apples to Herndon A Carter last Wednesday Hon Gus W Richardson and Dr J M Willett went lo Bowling Green last weok to be at the stato convention Miss Ella Daugherty who has been visiting her sister Miss Mamie returned to her homo at Owensboro last week Mrs W L Dooley of Long Branch and daughter Mrs Georgo Itenolds of Ohio were visiting Mrs Alice Brown last week Mrs Ida Cofer of Elizabethtown who has beon visiting her parents returned to her home last week accompanied by Miss Ada Roberts Your baby nice little fellow Isnt he timely letter upon tho subject of the tariff It was addressed to the lion Well dont you want a silver rattle or a Chauncey F Black President of tho silver cup etc for him T O Lewis of Democratic Co National Association Clubs In this letter tho President ur- W L Basham and F It Dowell wero jes immediate action upon this question If tho rmrtv shall retain that power here here last Friday and compromised their tofore committed to them at tho polls law suit which they have had in court Continual delay upon this question has created a feeling of distrust among tho for somo time peoplo everywhere and tbo Democrats Mr Herndon candidate for State rauht eventually pay tho penalty if Im- Â¬ Treasurer was hero last weok shaking mediate action is not taken Mr Hern- Â¬ President Cleveland and his associates hands with court officials have been slow to believe it but it has don says hes a sure winuer become so plain that tho party has not tho milliner Mrs Rebecca McGary filled its obligations in this regard that Con Â¬ and dressmaker was at Louisville last tho question needs no argument gressmen and all others interested in tho week purchasing somo goods and look success of tho Democracy should hastily ing after tho now spring styles get together and bring about a reform of Hero a little and thoro a littlo saved is tho tariff tho way tho foundation for futuro wealth Deafness Cannot be Cured Wo can savo you is commenced By local applications as thoy cannot money In jewelry T O Lewis A Co reach tho diseased portion of tho car Col J D Powers Owensboro was Thoro is only ono way to euro Deafness hero last Saturday Ho has bought the and that is by constitutional remedies Smith farm in Holts bottom and was Deafness is caused by an inllamcd con- hero looking after a deed for the place dition of the mucous lining of tho EuMr Ed Guthrio has got on to tho tele- Â¬ stachian tubo When this tubo gets in graph business sufficiently well to take flamed you bavo a rumbling sound or charge of on office He wont to the Imperfect hearing and when it Is entire- Â¬ Falls of Rough last weok and worked a ly closed Deafness is the result and un Â¬ fow days less the lnflamation can bo taken out and Tho bon ton aro quite agreed that Mrs this tubo restored to its normal condi- Â¬ Suttons hats aro quito the thing in tion hearing will be destroyed forever styles and shapes Her trimmer knows nine cases out of ton are caused by ca- Â¬ Just how tho young ladys fancy lightly tarrh which is nothing but an inflamed turns in spring and shes there for the condition of the mucous surfaces purpose of gratifying It Beautiful trim- Â¬ Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for med hats Seo them at Mrs Suttons any case of deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Many Persons Art tcoken down from overwork or hoateheM Cure Send for circulars free rea Browns Iron Hitters F J Ciibkbv Co Toledo O rebuild the tyatwo aid dlgeatloa ruaoTMCX ULSold by Druggist 75c om of bile and cum malaria Qet ttw pnutoe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PitEsiDENT Cievuiasi bus writton a el FIRE BUGS A Honse I Set on diary Fire by an Incenat Preston This County Â¬ The greatest excltomcnt that ever visited this city occurred last Friday night About 400 people men women and children had gathered in tho Red Front Hall to witness the cantata Spring tho long promised entertain ment given for tho benefit of the Presby Â¬ terian church building fund Tho spacious room was crowded thero hardly being standing room left Gath Â¬ ered behind the curtain wero a quarter of a hundred or more of sweet littlo girls and beautiful young ladies tho cherished flowers of Cloverport homes dressed as gay flowers of the lovely spring time Tho audience was anxious- Â¬ ly awaiting tho beginning of tho enter- Â¬ tainment The bell had rung for tho curtain to rise and the spectators wore craining their necks for tho first glimpse of the brilliant lovliness that was about to be exposed to their anxlouB gaze Just at this interesting moment tho piercing feminino screams of fire fire fire and a great turmoil of rushing feot and promiscuous sounds from behind tho curtain greeted the ears of tho expectant audienco At first it was thought that this was tho beginning of the legitimate program but as tho noiso Increased mingled with increasing screams of dis- Â¬ tress and a light sprang up behind the curtain with rapidly increasing brilliancy they realized tho distressing fact that tbo stago was actually on firo When this became apparent beyond a doubt tho scene in tho hall beggars description Tho large audienco was on its feet as one person A mad rush was made for tho doors by a large part of tho spectators while others started for tho stago to help save tho children and ex Â¬ tinguish the fire Thero were three pairs of double doors at the entrance to tho hall and these wero all closed open Â¬ ing inward Tho rush was bo great against the doors that at first they could not bo opened Finally somo stout men forced tho crowd far enough back to swing the middle doors open and rush- Â¬ ing out thoy kicked In another pair and the peoplo began to pour out While this was transpiring at tho door tho scene back in tho hall was a danger- Â¬ ous and distressing one Peoplo wero walking over the seats shoving each other about trying to get out Men wero hallowing women crying and faint- Â¬ ing Many were forced to their hands and knees while others were flat upon tho floor the screams for help upon tho stago were increasing whilo mothers wero wringing their hands and calling water water for help Fire firo I Get out get out so wo can fight the tiro Get back dont crowd tho doors or somebody will bo trampled to death I Help help my child my child my darling babe Is on that stage will not some ono savo her For Gods sako save my baby I gives a faint description of the pandemonium that was reigning About this time tho children began to burst through the curtain and pour over tho edgo of tho stage liko frightened fairies They were caught in tho arms of strong men and carried aloft through the crowd to the street where they wero deposited safe in the arms of distracted mothers Others who were on tho stago smashed tho back windows and made their escape at the rear of tho building when they ran around tho square and made their appearance in disheveled and ragged stago costumes among tho throngs in the street The scene in the street in front of the hall was second only to that inside Hero tho cries for missing loved ones were heart rending and anxious relatives had to bo fought back to keep them out of tho building again Whilo It takes sometlmo to tell It this all occurred in a few short moments in fact it was all happening at ono and the same time The fire was caused by a largo hanging lamp on tho stago being hung too closo to the celling Tho ceiling became ignit- Â¬ ed by tho heat from the lamp chimney and tho fire was discovered just as the curtain was ready to riso on tho first act As the lamp was about to be removed the staple burned out of the celling and the lamp came down with a crash and the oil immediately took firo As soon as it was possible to get to it tho flames Â¬ 1 the Best are Sold fey m J A PM If you want to seo n Cloverporter can Â¬ ter lively just yell Fire It was in that old goods box row where everybody has long been dreading it Once more wo escaped just by the skin of tbo teetb and tho fatal day is post Â¬ poned yet a little whilo longer Tho Presbyterians havo tho sympathy of tho community nnd their audiences will be largo to morrow nnd Friday nights Remember that no one will bo admit Â¬ ted to morrow night unless ho has a tick- Â¬ et All thoso who had tickets last Fri- Â¬ day night can call at the City Bakery anu got mem renoweu ireo oi cnargo and collected man If the cool who always jumps up on occasions like tills anu yens at me top oi ins voice lor people to keep quiet would keep his head closed the noise and danger would be greatly lessened VEST The Leader in BRANDENBURG Mr Jim Richardson is in his new store on West Main I thank my friend for supplying tho news for this column for two weeks Mr Wash Rhodes Bon of Mr Wm Rhodes has been very ill but is some better Tom Fairlejgh camo up from Paducah and spent Sunday with his parents Judge C C Fairleigh and wife Preston Grlnnell will leavo Thursday for Chicago to resumo his business with Ben Richardson in tho family grocery lino Farther Ilerbutb bad services several times last week and as usual on Sunday Bro Hagan preached and gave holy Communion Mrs II O Rawllngs and Miss Mary McFarland went to Grahampton lost Tuesday to hear Bishop Dudley on Wed Â¬ nesday night Prof F J McAuUfle has sold his in- Â¬ terest in tho Messenger to Mr F It OBryan who was here last week look- Â¬ ing to its interest It Is not out of sight out of mind with a number of my absent friends I have received bo many beautiful letters of con- Â¬ dolence from them and my old pupils Miss Fannie Mattingly was tho guest of Mrs Thos Hamilton last Saturday and Sunday Jessie Taylor of Hardinsburg is also a visitor at his aunts Mrs Hamiltons Law re n co Lewis has the prettiest cab Â¬ bage and tomato plants extant If he nursed tho plants as tenderly as he does tho sick one need not wonder that they thrived Georgo Worland and Willie Grlnnell have just received a quantity of lovely flowers and plants for sale at Nevitt fc Coughs Send in your orders for they are cheap You will bo gratified Mr Editor to know that I beard an influential citizen say Tho News isgainingpopularity and circulation in Meade county every day It is a most excellent paper Miss Mattio McGqheo has returned from Irvlngton and is so delighted with the choir in the Baptist church there that she is determined to organze one A number of good hero Why not vpices exist practice and unity will do it I wab pained to hear of Evan Mc Crackens death on lost Wednesday Evan was a pupil hero in Prof McAul ifles school and was a favorite with all who knew him He was a nephow of Dr Puseyand was livlntt near Wood land with his father Mr Virgo McCrack en For sympathy kindness and attention in affliction and distress show me a com- Â¬ munity that can excel this dear old place Their thouglitfulness and unself ishness aro wonueruu beyond telling Dr Pnsey was wore than kind and so candid so sincere with us Bless him I Quo of the dearest pupils Miss Carrie Brown of Woodland but receptly of Louisville died last week of pneumonia So bright so young accomplished in music and literature and just entering a lifo of usefulness While sho was ill her mother was stricken with paralysis and died but Carrie never knnw it till spirit met spirit in paradise Wodnesday Willie This evening Grinnell will wed Miss Minnie Casperke Tho mar Â¬ Rev J T Cherry officiating riage will be very quiet and private on account of the reeent distress in Willies family Minnie is a dear sweet amiable girl nnd has had the most careful train Â¬ ing from her foster mother who has in- Â¬ stilled not only lady like manners but industry and correct ideas of life Willie Is one of the best sons that ever lived Surely I can predict that hell ever love and cherish the wife of his choice Min Â¬ nie will be at home with us this week and will be gld to bare the congratula Â¬ tions of her f Ieads Â¬ llWWVWWWWW Ghas B OT ALL KINDS OF X P9 Skillman -- Tn sn ra n op fcy m m VI T m m lii t x T ja-M- -r Wanted rttww Every Man Woman and Child in 2d day of April Witt Moador will positively sell for Cash or Produce We quote a few prices Hoosier Cotton at All Calicoes at 5c per yd 5 and 5Jc 10 and 12c Dress Goods 78 A 1 Dress Goods at 22o All kinds of Dress Goods reduced in Hardinsburg to Know that on piice to suit purchasers Como in and Bee for yourself And after the Witt Meador Hardinsburg Ky ull IJPersorLS Indebted to Witt cash or note Meador will please como in and Bottle either by WITT MEADOR NOTICE TO 8TO0KHOLDEE8 The annual meeting of Stockholder of The Mineral Center Gat and Manufacturing Co will be held at the office of the company In Clover- Â¬ port Ky on the Saturday InMayiu tor the purpoae of electing a Hoard of Director H riEltCH Sec RAYMOND Preston Ky April 22 Some un- Â¬ known miscreant attempted to fire the store of Mrs T J Bruner a fow nights since but fortunately tbo blaze was discovered before any great damage was done If tbo fire had gotten any head Â¬ way Dr J B Frymires adjacent dwell Â¬ ing and out buildings would have been in great danger Mrs Bruner Is a most cstimablo widow lady and tho entire neighborhood is incensed at this cowardly act of Incen- Â¬ diarism If tho perpetrator could be discovered Judge Lynch would summa- Â¬ rily dispose of him Â¬ The display of gents shirts inour show window new and pretty designs Sut Â¬ or tbo germ of Con sumption Bcroruw Grip Mnlarla and many other dttfouoi mettna ngm or dlo or ftU of ua Tbeae germs are everywhere In the ulr we breathe The odd are In favor of the germa U our liver U Inactive and our blood impure What la neednd most la an increase fa our ngDung atrengta to do una euoceea- uur you neea to put on ktauhuntth route the liver to vigorous actios ao ft will throw off tbeae germa and purify the WoeJ a that there will be ao weak spot ner toil tor germ growth We claim tor Dr Pieroea Qotden Medical Discovery that it doe all tbU in a way pecu Â¬ liar to iteeU It la the derelopmont rations of medical thought It baa ttood the teet of a quarter of a century of cure That la why the maker can guaranty It In every trouble cttuanl by torpid liver or impure blood If the DWoorery falk to benefit or euro your money fa refunded HO ttESIST THE ATTACK lPJVBUiU Mr J W Board visited this neighbor- Â¬ hood Sunday llrt Mr Ottis Stiff was the Kuest of Miss Kittle Basham Sunday Breckonrldge Circuit Court Mr and Mrs John Mercer attended church at Walnut Grove Sunday Mr and Mrs Bloom Parr visited Mr R M JOLLY Plaintiff Notice to and Mrs Joseph Adkisson 8unday The Loulavllle Trust Co Creditor Miss Kettle Casbman of Hardinsburg Anlgnce Sic Defendant was the guest of her parents Sunday who claim to be partnership cred All pertoni na Walhen arc Mr Will Tom Allen and Miss Cora Lt0Vof LchJd produce their claim before Miss Bobble Hardin Sun Â¬ the undertigncd to Hendry visited Commiuloner properly avouch day Rov Frank Quinn of Louisville will preach at Raymond next Sunday and coGuh11rThofVpTaSulorofl Sunday night VOBAnnAOB Cotnr B C C Mr John R Parr of California and Bob Parr of Preston visited Mr Bloom Miss Llllie Avltt of Hardinsburg and Mr Mack Avitt of Irvlngton visited their father Sunday 1 4 ii WANTED WSASHUY Cloverport Ten agtntt to aell Nurtcry Stock Bj XX0HAN0E A houe n J lot llated In the cehtcr ol the Lot 80x19a feet with town of Irvlngton Ky oiit rtory frme butlncii homo iSxio feci gUii Will exchange the seme for Iront thereon Kor particular call on or adJreti Urm land CY MATTlNrjtY Cloverport Ky Addrctt Ky ofra NOTICE TO 00XTSAGTO1S will be received for the erection Sealed and building of the St Hote Catholic Church Cloverpart Ky according-- to plana and aBcclfl catlona an file at the temporary church The bj JOSEPH REED 1P Tonsorial Artist taMaV lers Pretty atrone reaaona for trybv Dr gams CnUrrfi Remedy 400Uywotbire4 rtject see sad all bid KKVQKOHOK NIKHAUJ Patter ra blditobelabyjp by Marnk tH Rachbld a beeaj of fweo Is be accompanied The tavtor and Cwnmittee rtwrye Ike right to Katt cnd el Iron Bridge oppetlti Dr Oweni office Shaviag and Hair Cottlar dwe In Flm cltia tty Tho Cloverport Brlek a big order for pavm yeJtertUyroeeivvd 0 mwywa v V THS BREGKENRIDQE NBWS CLOVERPORT A KY l FIGHT Uy JOHN - - FOR J McOINNISS r wanted to tell aoinctlilng elso Mother St GiitnuUi sho resumed I would likoitot turning to the Mister to outer another tiitc you know what I MILLIONS t V i FREIG FREE 200 MILES Having by methods exclusively our own built up n business in Louisville which stands nlono nnd unapproachable by any competition from regular dealers wo now seek to extend it nil over Kentucky When people In the country come to Imls vlllo to buy Furniture Carpets etc they liavt to consider the question of freight nn item which often oleeta nny advantage in price n liich city dealers ran ofTVr over tho home village merchants We settle thnt question for everybody by delivering goods freo of freiitht for 100 miles from IMiiflvillo We hnvu nrrnnged with every factory we represent o do this Wo sell the goods on cominiFsion The factories pay tho freight Besides this item wo sell to tho consumer straight from tho manu- Â¬ facturer thereby doing awny with the middle mans profits Our wnreroonis nre alwnys fu1 of consignments of nil classes of poods upon which money must bo Immediately renlized This year there are more factories in distress than ever before in the history of the country and nows tho timo for folks Kn matter what you may want with inoiey to buy Writo if you cant come chances nre that weve got it nnd if so its yours nt practically vour own price Ii hh CUAPTLA I BEHIND CONVENT WALLS 1 V sisterhoods Tho building or wrlea of buildings shoots upward from nn cm nencu that gives the nionnntlc strncttiro n conspicnity utrangcly In contruat with tho lives of its gcntlo inmates eomo of Whom dally visit tho city to tench In tho parochial schools assigned to their Jailer others who enro for tho orphan making their lullabies even more tender than u mothers a soothing pray Â¬ erful song of heavenly praise and ap Â¬ peal In reparation for tho manifold sins of humanity In the convent reception room in the first year of tho last deendo of tho present century two lovers sit opposite the superior Mother St Gertrude tho three engaged in n conversation which deals with the two young people nnd yet tho nun takes more than a passing Interest in it Sho stands in tho relation of n mother to tho girl Mother St Uertrudo is a woman of Sho Is nearing tho medium height half century mark but tho happiness enjeyed in her community has kept tho furrows of timo from touching tho face that looks out from her hood like n Itaphaelistio picture of tho Madonna in sunshine nnd not dolorous Tho man- Â¬ agement of tho largo Institution over which she presides embracing branch establishments calling for much judg ment and knowledge of financiering necessarily gives her n docpor insight into tho ways of tho world thnn the average nun enn ever gain The greatest saints in the calendar have had the most buoyant of dispositions the deeds that earned thoir canonization nets of startling miracle and surprising mortification having been drawn from the catacombs of eccleslas ticism where thoy had been preserved Hu- Â¬ with tho embalmment of what mor sweet and suhtlo fancy free and lurid humanity broad mid blessed all exercised in exorcising ovil by ox citing joy nnd awakening tho people Into a now llfothnt leads to tho eternal tho holiest of men and women who have walked in tbo shadow of nscctism disseminated in their wake tho light and incentivo to pleasure that kept their memories hallowed until tho church placed upon them the nureolo of benediction Or this typo is Mother St Gertrndo a pleasant woman with n mind ns sus ceptiblo to mirth us ber heart is to suf- Â¬ fering her interest 4n nil lior friends worldly and religious not ignoring nny feature of their lives Laurence you know your own sho asked address mind dont you Isabel thinks ing the yonng man yon may change if hor ancestry turns out to have been plebeian Nonsense said tho young man The uristocrat of today was a barbarian yesterday Tho old aristocrat was dethroned and tho title confiscated by the savage conqueror who assumed generally with poor grace nn air of gentility ho fancied was In keeping The rank with bis stolen grandeur la but tho guineas stamp you know Laurenco Mangan was about 20 years He was of ago tal athletic manlya newspaper man whoso caustic articles bad made him feared as his honesty had mado him respected by the politicians whom he had often thwarted in their designs upon tho city and county His bearing Indicated self treasuries dependence nover vanity nor otfonsivo pride His features were handsome A Oyronic his character chivnlrlc brow surmounted by cnrls that distinguish thosculpturo typical of tho Greek gods rose nbove eyes whoso sparkle or tire if yon will gave you no better idea of his niontal strength than of his physical energy Isabel Lo Clair aglow with the health and beauty of 20 summers looked at him archly gratified with bis sentiments but apparently still mistrust- Â¬ ful as if something hidden in tho fn turo wero yet to come between them are you sure Laurenco she nsked Mother St Gertrude has told you all Interjected tbo nun 1 Of course will repeat it becauso I know it will give yqu more satisfaction Let Yon neednt said Laurence mo assure Isabel that it is herself not hor anpestry 1 nm in love with Cir cumstances may undermine the romance I have built around her birth but it cannot chnngo ber character The sins of our ancestors by commission or omission mar not us unless wo brood upon them and tho false Bocial spirit re jects ns through fear of their ebullition nnd in in oursolves Cut I bollpvo the enthusiasm of the moment be stop Â¬ ped forward lifted Isabel from her chair nnd pressing her to his bosom I believe kissed tho upturned face with tbo poet Moore ji Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ On tho outskirts of the city of Brooklyn itnntU a convent of ono of tho Catholic story was lniing told In her restless couspection n shrewd uyo would detect that sho was wondering If Mother St Gertrudes love lor her hadnt conjured before her vision a lineage which the girl could not claim It could bo seen too that Isabel was doubting whether Laurenco would remain unchnmred by tho story Mr Leland said he was going west riio nun added Isabel win tin infant Her mother hud died n fuw weeks be Â¬ fore hor father brought her to us Ho would not trust tho child lie wild to Other hands Mr Leland left a fow hundred dollars with Mother Xnvier then In chargo of this institution tell- Â¬ ing her flio would hour from him fre- Â¬ Wo got ono letter from Denquently ver Inclosing a money order Sinco then not n lino has reached us I cannot understand it for his parting from tho child wus most affecting How long slnco bo wrote Inst asked Laurence his newspaper tuition involuntarily suggesting the query About 18 yours His letter we have still Did he talk of his plans or purposo or givo any clew that could be follow- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nsted her head upon his shoulder refer to until I wns certain that there was nothing nothing nnd sho was searching for a phrnso that would hint more thnn state her idea nothing tbut would impair bonds im posed at thonltur You want to siiy that yon will not marry until you have learned more interposed Man about your parents gnn Slic 1 Â¬ Â¬ Auction Evcrf Tuesday Rain or Shine ST MOORE CO Agents Â¬ Yes Manufacturers ed No I take it said the nnu that bo was not a man who cured to discuss Now that is a littlo unreasonable Isnt it sister appealing to Mothor St Gertrndo You two must settlo that Yes but what do you think about Thut you two had better do tho thinking Im partial to Isabel and yet am friendly enough to you to ndvlso you for your own snko not to turn to n jndgo who is prejudiced I am unnlterablo in this resolu- Â¬ tion Isnbcl maintained Why didnt yon tell mo this long ago It Is over two said Laurence years since the commencement cxer ciscs where first met you Inter to win your lovo Sho looked up Imploringly her fen tuics requesting him to stop though her touguu guvo not utterrnnco to tho thought that played upon her countenance Im iifrnld 1 won her for you snld In recognizing Mother St Gertrude thnt she was not always to bloom be Â¬ hind convent wnlls and urging her to accept tho social invitations extended to her by tbo parents of her old cliifes mates nnd pupils 1 gnvo you your opportunity I wns going to nsk how you succeeded but I know it would bo your snmo old answer thnt a newspaper man enn generally bo trusted to win But this is your first nnd Inst lovemnk ing here isnt it now nnd sho lifted her right hand the forefinger extended wuruingly You hnvo eomo to mo as to Isabels 1 have per Â¬ sho pursued guardian formed my duty nnd can only say that Im glad youve won her for I know that while sho is with you sho will never forgot Mothor St Gertrude As sho was Buying this sho ndvanced to Isabel who aroso to meet her and one clasped her nrms aroccd tho othor both much affected Mothorl Chlldl Their feelings were deep warm over- Â¬ powering Tears alono could givo re- Â¬ lief Laurenco went to tho window nnd looked out to cunccnl his own emotions When ho recovered ho tnrned bnck took ono hand of each in his nnd snld Siuco Isabel has said thnt she would like Jo hear something of her parentage before she married that while- sho has given her heart sho will not givo hor hand until sho knows more about hor self atid her people I promiso not to ask her to kneel with mo before tho altar nntil I placo in her hands tho history of hor family Youll do it if you say so said Mother St Gertrude It maybe the hardest assignment of my life ho added but tho prixo is bo great that my ambition will bo fired and kept active by dreams of it night and duy until I arweeed His left bund dropped Mother St Gertrudes nnd stolo around Isabels watt Sho reeled uer boaiTiipon lals shoulder and Mothor St Gertrndo step- Â¬ ped buck to tbo convent corridor that her presence might not rob tboir uffec tion of its full expression at parting Later as Laurenco was leaving tho nun said j JUay UoUa blessing no upon you j ana may no reveai mat wmcu ia 1 Â¬ Â¬ his personal atfairs with anybody letter was very brief Did ho write of Isabel No His it Wholesalers Retailers and Auctioneers of Furniture Carpets Household Goods and Of lice Equipments of all kinds Warerooms on Jefferson Street Running Through to Green Fourth nnd Fifth Between Nor ot her brother Not a word Have yon over tried to locato him Wo hud no way to without going A fow into print That wo disliked years ago however when we folt it was time to make Itnuwn to babel ev erything wo freely gave her permission to uso whatever menus she herself would chouse after counsel with us to get information of her father Our re- Â¬ sources wero oirored to her Sho pro poscs or did proposo before sho and you becumu such good friends nnd tho nun smiled us the two blushed thut she would go out to tho convent of onr order In Denver nnd from that point make her Inquiries What do yon think of the plau queripd Isabel addressing Mangan Not n bad one But ono used to tho tranquillity of a convent is hardly qualified to put it into execution Thats n reflection on my sex re- Â¬ Hnvo you plied Isabel impetuously forgotten history From tho days of Dobornh and Judith down to tho pres- Â¬ ent whenever great deeds demand accomplishment the women ot peaceful hours and restful hubits have been call- Â¬ ed upon to bear the brunt of battle not tbo men and women reared in n biting atmosphere and inured to hardship My sex would not bo against mo nor would my training be ABk her Laurenco if she will go to Denver now jokingly suggested tho sister since she has been so severe upon yon Not unless 1 go with her unswor ed Mangnn Im Incky that sho didnt go there before 1 fell in in In lovo with her suggested Mother St Gertrude ere he recovered from bis hesitancy Well that If you please to havo It so But 1 was thinking of other words That would mean tho same Go ahead mother dont spare mo Yon are tousing Isabel as well as mo Isabel didnt appear ns indifferent as Lnnrence to the raillery of tho mother superior Each sally heightened the carmine of her cheeks and added to her For want of aught embarrassment else to say or do sho again turned to her lover i What would you do under tho cir- Â¬ cumstances 1 know what Im glad you didnt Â¬ Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY CHAPTER SCHEMES II or Br f J D SRASHEAR Long Brick Houso IN THE LEOISLATUHE Another stroke- nnd tho heritngo of Isabel Lo Clair is mine nnd liotiiLitiglu soul in tho world shall ever know it Tho governor of tho stnto of Now York signs tho bills nnd I become n millionaire A millionaire What am I say- Â¬ ing A multimillionaire I will bcl And Bho will never dream thnt my millions are hers by right So spoko Frnncis Itnymond lawyer nnd politicinn leader of his party in tho county of Kings which embraces Â¬ Â¬ TOBACCO BUYER CLOV fnrincru PORT KY Desires to see all the tobacco of this nnd surrounding country do And that That yon Why Is didnt go to Denver interrogated Mother Gertrndo St Â¬ Becauso she might havo been disappointed nnd in despair drift into anoth- Â¬ er mood ono that might ultimately havo enveloped her with the voil of tho Sometimes sister sisterhood Im afraid that youll yet steal her from mo N same Through Joy and through torment through glory and shame J know not I ask not If gullta In that heart J but know that I love thee whatever thou Oh what wm love tnada for If tU uot the lowy form of her fair protege henvng with delight a blush of maidenly lurvor making Isabel moro beautiful than ever ber chidings failed to find Viice and it was Laurences words thut tjfoke the silence Dont mind what I do mother tell your story It Isnt very long resumed the Isabel evidently came of a sister Sho was brought to this ood family nstltution nenrly 30 years ago by ber father George Leland I wasssistant superior then Mr Leland said lie had a boy some years olderv being cared for elsewhere Wa never heard from hira but once after As she prewar Isabel not knowing or seeing nny rela- tive took a fancy to the uume by which LeplaltYA 1 was known in the world it was a childs whim I huraoreVlit ffnSoCTnf know my ambition to just as 1 have humored her in other Then again yon things but she isnt spoilfd yeU to Ifesld mi sotblBabof t wparentage f lie ftfrfnlotfaiW tht it way not Im ThU was intwidwl to rally the girl au i aur--Ato fair m4 dm worry who ww h ttl disconcert wl au4 look to the mron tl He lifted his eyea to Mother St Oor trudo who had bersolf nrison She had meant to chido ono or the other prob- Â¬ ably both but ns sho looked at tho wil- Â¬ art There are reasons why you sljoiilil have no fear said Mother St Gertrude smiling First our order is unusual- Â¬ good ly strict in regard to its postulunte Now tho acceptance of Isabel could turn out to bo n great sorrow to us and a disappointment to her A few years henco liorfather may return front tho west with ono of ihoso immense for- Â¬ tunes people make there almost in n day by some accidental stroke Ho would eomo hero and findj his daughter a nun Yearning for affection from his child he would rush into print and what n story yon newspaper men would Yes weayo around theso incidents you would actually say that we had coerced Isabel into taking tho vows and veil of our community and that wo had conspired to get control of her wealth if it came to pass that such would bo hers by inheritance It may not bo right for rao to say It mother said Laurenco in n half But I would help hnrnproua way him to get her out from behind theso walls if I know as I now do bow lovely sho was Scrofula Thordughly Eradicated Stop Laurence pleaded Isabel Co I myellMaii G I Jood 1 dont inlnd km child sold It Is with pleasure that I blve you the1 etalll Laurenco baa Mother St Gertrude of pur little Mays sickness ami ber return to Ho been a friend to this institution health by ths uwof Hoods SarMftaiUa 8Ua lias ueH nit uuu uuwoiHjiwr iuhii wuu was taken down with has pictured the work of our convent Fever and a Bad Coimh asylum and schools In words that have rollowln this a sore caftii oaWrlijuUaliU beÂ¬ aid tween the two lower ribs In a short time anÂ¬ inspired public generosity to our and made possible legislation relieving other broke on the left side She would take us of many ltttlo burdens giving us spells of sore mouth and when we had succeed i in nvtniuuihitf tills she wuuld iuner with atgreater opportunities to make our Irj tacks of hlglfferer anil exact bffxxly looking I ought to rat Jeorruntloa ikr head was ulTeetitfl and matter come fruitful of cood iup wjtii something foowlbfinjf Yo forget wotierV sU UmU to say nowKiHUyoR nave oeen ioiw turning to Lau I have staid here eama worse mm all treatment failed to slre her we because I wanted to pay as relief untilhad bexan to use Hoods SarsAuarlUa rence hatf bottle wo could see she 1 Hoods is Good Makds Pufe Blood f - foods5 MM A Cures ISprSfivfbicL taken oiie JLHir Ifcat Hie was better We oonUuued until she kid taken three bottles Now she looks like The Weom of Health grateful and Mnae ndtafatasapif We wr teowuehln wvor of Hulls Sarsaparllk Taaiteseee M Adams iamnn tho number nnd tho character of his guests A man nbont 40 years of nge his commanding position bus been won by shrewdness thnt has nl lowed him to poso ns n public spirited citizen whllo selfishness bus really dominated all his actions Ho is tho controlling power behind ono of tho lending duily news papers In his city Tho Trumpet and ho secured for it through special legis- Â¬ lation a largo incomo for publication of corporation and other legul notices thut guaranteed it support from tho start Tho rival papers there wero three of them could find no fuult with this for ho very generously included them in his schemo at tho expenso of tbo tax- Â¬ payers This was a trick learned from tho Tweed ring in Now York which paid over 3 000 000 for work thnt 70 000 covers now in tho publication of tho Tho City Record In this way pub Â¬ lic opinion as represented in tbo press wns at a low obb and as a result tho people wero not disillusioned of the idea that tho now order of things was anything but an honest nyo magnum inous deed of public ofiicois who wnnted to keop their constituents post ed on their nctionsl said Our city has grown rapidly Raymond to tho legislators nround Our buildings are scattered him over nn area of S3 square miles nnd our We population is closo to 800000 havo neglected tho creation of parks tho lungs of tho city eomo ono has styled thorn and tho people demand theso improvements I nni up here to havo a bill presented appointing a com- Â¬ mission of threo to outlino n system of parka connected by a boulpvard to np prnifo and condemn property with another measure- giving tho city officials authority to issue bonds to meet tho expenditures I hnvo hero tho reports of public meetings suggesting nnd approv- Â¬ ing this nnd as our county alone has to stand tho cost there should bo no objec- Â¬ tions A Ho knew thorp Nvpuld bo nono stato convention of unusual importance would meet shortly after the closo of Ills own dele- Â¬ the legislative session gation by virtue of its uumerical strength would bo much sought ufter Frnncis Raymond was nnd courted known to bo very modest nt conven- Â¬ tions no never Bought n stato nomina- Â¬ tion or hirnsolf or his county excopt whon it was expedient to havo a can Â¬ didate for other purposes than nominat- Â¬ ing In other words ho would invari- Â¬ ably withdraw his man on assurances of legisjatlvq faypr that wpuld tncreaso his patronngo in his own district and strengthen his hold upon the local gov ernment and the pnrfy machine Thns are dictators made clothing themselves wjth powers that only a revolution can set aside Next morning tbo bills were Intro- Â¬ duced in tho senate and assembly Thoy wero reported from tho cities commit- Â¬ tee at the ovwiing session ngain read and rMMd and werevoll on their way to the exe ntive cbawbor to receive the signature hat would make frheln the law vof the land before Fraaela Ray Â¬ mond thought of leaving Albany What wonder that be looked n the mirror and surveyed himself with pride Â¬ Â¬ Brooklyn Wo find him n visitor nt Albany tho capital of the state Ho is not there many hours before ho is surrounded in his suit of rooms in tho Dolnvnn by senntors assemblymen nnd others whoso influonco Is potent for good or bud in stato and municipal government Ho Boldotn visits Albany except whon moro thnn usually interested in eomo legislation and his word goes a great wny for ho is a mnn of power Henco GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CL0VERP0RT - CO KENTUCKY in CA For n I OltTAIN A PATTNT opinion write to Sromnt answer and an hnticst ncarlr rifty y curs CO who hare bad experience In tno patent business Communica Â¬ A llitiiillxink ot In- Â¬ tions strlctlrcnnrlilemlal formation conruralnir rntrnlM and bow to ob Â¬ tain them sent tree Also a catalogue ot mochan Ical and sclentlllo books sent free Co tcccIto Patents taken through Jlunn special notice In tho frlrnllflr A morlrn n and thus are brouuht wlilnly bernrothe publlo with Â¬ out cost to tho Inventor This splendid paper Issued -- eoklr elegantly Illustrated has by far the larccs circulation of any scientinc work In tho world l n year fampie copies sent free llulldlmt Killtlon monthly i50a year Mnslo copies J cents Kvery number contain beau- Â¬ tiful plates In colors and photographs of new houses with plans onabllng builders to show tho secure contracts Address latet designs andMW VOUK MUNN X CO a til 11UUADWAT Alio Wholetule and Itctall Dealer Louisville St Louis Texas R R Co Yellow Pino Flooring and Celling Shingles Hair Doors Laths Cement Lime Brick Blinds SCHEDULE TIME TnhliiK Infect At 600 oclcl A 3STO 22 H Sundaj Dec 52 17 1SS3 Sash and Sole Agents for and all kinds of Building Material 2 TF7iat trrmder thai he loohctl In the and surveyed himself uith jtrtdct Ho was not a bad looking man either with His exterior dark features straight hair and imperial mustache and oyes almost coal black might havo BUggosted tho nature of the mnn Bat his suavity his diplnmuoy bis erect carriage and general bearing re Â¬ pelled tho suspicion thut ho was any Â¬ thing but n prluco of good fellows ho mused And Inez Mortimer expects mo to muko her my wife Whnt nonsensol I have millions in my hands I need assume no burdens and throw nsido tho admiration nnd regnrd of ninny pretty girls for tho lovo of Her I will not do it either ono brother Phil I havo mado registrar of arrears where he enn enrich himself Ho will not com- Â¬ under my counsol plain und I guess will reconcile hor I ought to mnko lovo to Isnbcl Lo Clair though nnd mnrry her just to enso my My conscience Im nfraid consclencol Hal Hut That fellow Man- Â¬ its gone gan confound him is favored in that quurtorl But timo will tell whothor ho Btnnds n show with mo to be continued ONE HALF BATE mirror Homestead Fertilizere and Troy Bone Meal Kxprs Kxprs Dally Pally 6 45 72 7 30 7 47 7M 8 00 8 40 8 43 9 00 a 07 Well Bound Train 51 w Mall A Sail Bound Traim STATIONS Mall M Kxprs Kxpr Dally 12 12 630pin T45iiii IvUnn ptar Kentucky St West Point Hock Haven Kkron Guston IrvinKton Dilly 8 uiJJTc 7 7 30 45pm 30 Orders accompanied with the cash promptly filled 801 8 917 931 10 04 Id U20 45 Howard Longllranch llrandenburg Webster Iodiburi Pierce Simple Holt UoUiin 1147 11X2 1124 11 111 815 714 7 07 6 48 6 40 6 30 riE MKET lIFIIffl 8 21 8 30 8 3S 1107 10 50 1050 10 41 10 3J 10 IS 10 20 658 Correctly weekly by Puinphrcy A Laufer Pro Â¬ duce Commission Merchants JJO Second Mlet Main and Market Louisville Ky LOUISVILLE KY April 24 1694 9 28 9 31 9 43 10 02 10 07 99 94 917 954 HU 000 Hi 954 1014 1020 1028 103d 1030 10 50 1053 1124 1130 1134 1140 11 614 552 530 6lKi 5 57 6 45 6 40 6 24 6 21 5 09 4 59 4 61 4 45 4 42 4 3d 4 20 4 08 4 00 3 47 3 41 3 37 Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops Skillman Caycc Lewlsport 1011 10 00 10 Shippers should mark all packages plain with shippers name and poit ofllee address Choice country Medium Common Creamery Fresh 116 Hit BUTTER 14 12 8 21 15 luU Hawesville Petrle falcon mi 9 48 9 45 9 33 9 9 8 8 8 a 922 914 04 08 58 40 25 1018 10 35 10 48 10 5J S3 EQQS I1EANS 1 75 to 1 85 Michigan hand ploked 1 60 to 1 85 Navy nrtlana 1 00 to 1 20 Old or Common and oolored DRIED APPLES AND PEACHES to Apples choice bright quarters 4ji to 5 Applet average old Apples 4 to 5 Peaches new Peaches old 1109 1114 1119 112ft 1133 1145 1163pm 12 10 1212pm 1222 12 33 1238 12 42 1250 12 67 Powers Pates Owmtboro Mattlngly Worthlngton Heads Snottsville Griffith Stanley 815 802 54 61 43 7 35 7 27 7 7 7 3 30 108 111 nu 130pm arIIendersn tlasketts 719 lv 705am 323 316 310 265pm bi LouisvileHadinsburg TAKING No6 West Hound Trains I Western JULY IU No 3 TIME TABLE EFFECT I FEATUEKS 20 1891 Kast lloundTrains Prime white goose Mixed Old No 1 duck Green food Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skin 35 1 Harvest Excursions to Arkansas and Texas On March 13th April 10th and May 8th 1804 tho St Louis Air Xine St Louis Con Louisville Kvnnsvillo R R wjll sell Harvest Excursion tickets to nil points in Arkansas Texas and Eddy N M at ono half rates for tho Tickets good returning 30 round trip days from date of sale Tho Air Lino is 53 miles tho short- Â¬ est route to St Louis tho west and Southwest nnd tho only line running vestibule trains duily between Ixniisville and St Louis with parlornnd dining cars Pullman palace sleepers on night trains For further information as to rates routes maps time tables sleeper car reservations etc call on or address R A Campbell G P A bt Louis or J B Campbell D P A Louisville City ticket office S W corner 3rd nnd Main street depot 1 Uh and Muln street Louisville Ky 2534 2 Vi fl 7 50 7 Dally Dally ex bun ex Sun TlO0itn U 40 11664m 1212 12 48 1 110 Vol STATIONS 25 Iv UIDES 3 5 20 118 1 llarned Hardlnshurir Kirk Jolly Glcridcane Dempster Daily Dally ex Sun ex Sun No 2 No t IrvinKton Ar 9 30am Garfield 8 20 8 00 7 40 710 7 CO POULTRY Spring Chickens Turkeys Yellow Root per lb Young Ducks per lb tleese full feat herd ROOTS Kootertper Hens per lb 0 lb 2 7 3 50 7 0 12H 4 60 B ar PallsllouKhlv Hock vale Ituth Asalns Oaks 269 330pm ArKordsviHeLv 2 20 2 32 2 41 ii 145 6 40 6 SO 610 6 37 6 16 518 600 4 45am ainteng Ky and Indiana 1AMK 2 25 2 50 THE LOUISVILLE L I ST LOUIS tin LINE IS 76 BAST LRR Rabbit Squirrels Quail WOOL 1 SHORTEST 50 1 50 QUICKEST 35 fa 25 26 10 12 12 6 AMD BEST LINE TO St Louis Tub wasbed AND ALL POINTS Evansville IFEEDY Â¬ I Wthw ess fit ud A FATPEOPLEXTX Ko InconTenlcncc u from IiASTINO RESULTS Irene fine Urease coarse Merino Ilurry and Cots MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeswax Sorghum Molssses it i v - West and South West Timo Card in Elect July 31 1692 Lr Louisville 805 am 824 pm 42 pm ArrSt Louis 720 pm 645 a m lOiAOpm Eiannllle liJO 5 30 Qj mtiru HAY vuvn - For further taformstlon esll on or address We quote prices to day on Loultfllle OATS 3 m olty RA J CAMPBELL Wsss L1131 AJDOlttHO JtreCID W GUARANTEE a CURE or rlund jour ihontr 3QOparbotUe 8nd 4c lortresfiis Fries FUKMONT MKDICAL CO Bolton Hsu Simple tu 1 AjaourriLT toy injurious subttuncc a tow M ixl wharft Mo 2 oats Osnl Pass Agt St louts Mo B CAMPBELL St ix nn Strietly eholee Choice No 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw CORN Choice white Choloe shelled Good to extra shipping 10 80 11 00 10 00 City Ticket Office St Louisville Ky I P A LotilSTllle Kj 6 W Cor Third AMln 12 00 BANK 0 - 4 76 8sh xmml VWB HAEDHTSEUUG Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 7 600 Prtildsot yiLti MILLKR Vlo Pmiaent H II BKARD Ouhlsr B CATTLE 4 00 3 60 l BKARD fl Our Gem Shirts have arrive 60 oeubj at Cabbages i D choice 8 n W BKARD 1 MORRIS BflKRIDQlC - -- attr kTrajl n HeeMtVMM eHisinUr a a jwrt jwwla promptly prkVa CrMM Bakfaag BafaaeVtaw HalaW rWss PaaaT A Mikjuat ftgjaal eass IfciAiaaaMal sew PsJejlPfsj Pw4r RMJ0LXT Dirt Ur 1 INTEKST PAW Ml TIME lEPf SITS -- 3 Best Butchers 3 Medium to good butchers HOOS Choice naeVlnff and butchers 6 I Fair to good -- o Roughs ghosts and pigs 100 lbs and usdr4 BlIBSkt 2 Oood to extra shipping I Fair to good LAMBS to extra sowing Light shipping 40 00 25 24 ev 76 75 40 A 3 J4 sHPBVaj IiVaH S J 50 0 aJ U f4 Fair t 59 J 4 75 I MW limillllll IHIWI H II W -- T W1 THR BRROKKNmDQR NRWS OLOYRRPORT KY Breckenridge Jbo D V llppw - ffwWfTTTWr THcw - -- w News 25 1801 OAKLAND Rain rain rain Will it never stop Mr Will Dellnven is ill nt this writ- Â¬ ing Mrs Frank Dellaven has purchased a new pinuo Miss Winnie stanm lt is teaching quito a successful school hero Mrs Martha llendrick is visiting Iter son Mr l afo Miller near Jolly Miss II Miller who has been visiting friends at Hawesvllte returned homo Tuesday Itcv Breeding and wife of liardins burg visited at Mr Charles Millers last Saturday Miss Bottle Hook is spending a few days with her sister Mrs Miller In liar- Â¬ dinsburg Mr Tico Miller wifo and children spent Sunday evening nt Mr Jesse Howards Miss llecca Wilson of liardinsburg was tho guest of her sister Miss Bcttle Wilson Sunday Mr James Mendor has moved Into tho recently property of his father-in-lavacated by Mr Klkln Misses Elnorn and Izorn Frank contemplate n visit to relatives and friends near Rockport Ind soon Mr Win Miller gavo his niece Mrs Hill Miller n One horse n few days since I hope he will be as generous with all his nieces Mr Charles Miller has erected a new corn mill on a small stream near his home All who havo tried it say it cannot bo surpassed We learn that Miss Nannie Dellaven failed to make her appearance at church Sunday Wonder why I guess there was a Hook In the way Mr Zcnnio Frank was breaking a colt last Sunday to work in his buggy He if you will allow mo to quote the Rocky ltuncorrespondentlookedquite lonely There was quito anumberdissapointed here Sunday as Rev Roberts was to have preached and organize our Sun- Â¬ day School for us but failed to come wo suppose on account of tho weather Â¬ Â¬ PAYNESVILLE Mrs Kvt BrnhArlfldangtrioiMly III Mrs Lucy Brown is convahwiit at 0 BkUtgt Edlton aid Proprletn WKDNKS1UV AlIUL OUR WEALTH of Breck- a Talo Tho Assessors Books onridQo County Tell Worth Roadlng Wo Aro Not So Very Vory Rich But Wo Havo a Fow Things Left Yot NEVER STARVE WE WILL According to tho latest report of tlio Commissioner of Agriculture for Ken tucky there are in Ureckenridgc county Itouds to the amount of 103375 Notes secured ly mortgages amount Â¬ ing to o24So Other notes 200095 Â¬ Account 123015 In tho pockets of the people are 51 935 in rash They have 05770 deposited 22S0 deposited with other in hanks corporations and 300 deposited with individuals Tho amount of all other credits or money at Interest is 23235 Amount of stock in joint stock com Â¬ panies or acsociations 0710 There are 332705 ncres of land tho value of which with improvements is 1957910 Wo have 710city or town lots valued at 483520 with Improvements There is hut one thoroughbred or stan Â¬ dard stallion and ho Is north 500 There are two thoroughbred or stan Â¬ dard geldings worth 200 Number of thoroughbred or standard mares eight valued at 950 We have twen two stallionsof common stock valued at 1095 Tho number of geldings mares and colts of common stock in the county is 5318 and their voluo is2853S0 There are 1500 mules and mule colts and their value 83545 Tho number of jacks is twenty valued Perfect health is seldom found for im Â¬ nt 3090 pure plood is so general Hoods Sarsap Number of jennets fourteen valued at arilhi really dots purify the blood and 1120 restore health Wu have seven thoroughbred or stan dard bulls in the county valued at 245 WILLOW DALE and thirty thoroughbred and standard Mr and Mrs Henry Smith spent last cows and calves valued at 1015 Number of bulls cows calves and Sunday in Garnettsville Mr Creed Haynes made a Hying trip steers of common stock 7709 valued at to Vine Grove last week 110975 Mr Boyd Withers spent several days Wo havo 9091 sheep worth 23345 The number of hogs is 17572 and in Louisville on business Mrs Dawson is visiting her sister Mrs their value is 51785 Wo havo 31580 worth of agricultural Maynard of Tioga Springs Mr Clarence Haynes attended Sunday implements Tho value of agricultural products for School nt Muldraugh Sunday Miss Ktta Gerkins spent the evening taxation after deducting tho valuo of crops grown within the year and in tho with the Misses Iieghtol Thursday Mrs Lucy McCarty of Vine Grove is hands of tho producers is 905 Valuo of wagons carriages bicycles visiting her sister Mrs Sue Haynes and vehicles of all kinds is13705 Misses Kinma and Mollie Withers Value of slaughtered animals 2205 spent the afternoon with Miss Ktta Ger We have sewing machines and knit kins Wednesday ting machines to the amount of 17 181 Mr Bud Sanders of Brooks Ky Value of safes 2525 spent a few days lost week with Mr The value of household and kitchen Gerkins and family furniture is 177395 Miss Stella Vaughn one of Louisvilles Valuo of manufacturing implements machinery of all kinds M8S0 This charming young ladies is visiting her should now be many thousands of dot aunt Mrs Neil Iieghtol Mrs Ada Micky has returned to her lars more a single brick plant in Clover- homo in Louisville after spending a few port is worth 100000 We have piano fortes and other musi Â¬ days with her sister Mrs Fred Key cal instruments to tho amount of18050 Mrs Martha Haynes and Value of raw material to be used in Klla and Mary are tho giieBts of manufacturing 22300 Mr and Mrs Boyd Withers this week Tho valuo of manufactured articles is Mrs liny ties will stay several weeks for placed at only 170 while it is now many the benefit of her health thousands more Persons who are subject to attacks of Wo have sixteen paintings worth bilious colic can ahnost Invariably tell 175 There are twenty eight libraries in the by their feelings when to exspect an nt If Chamberlains Colic Cholera county containing 1390 volumes valued tack and Diarrluea Remedy is taken as soon at 2100 In the way of diamonds wo have as these symptoms appear thoy can ward off the disease Such persons thirty fivo worth 1395 Wo have watches and clocks to tho should always keep tho Remedy nt hand ready for immediato use when needed amount of 7880 Two or threo doses of it at the right time Jewelry to the amount of 1385 The value of gold silver and plated will save them much suffering For sale by A It Fisher Cioverport Ky and ware is 1590 Valuo of steam engines including Kinchcloc MeadorA Co liardinsburg boilers 15280 This should be a much Ky larger amount HUSBAND AND WIFE Value of coal mines oil gas and salt Â¬ grand-daughte- this writing Miss Mattie Chlsiu Is visiting her Bi- Â¬ ster this week Kuv Father Herbert wont to Brand riiburg last Sunday Miss Llllii Mitttlugly returned from Cluwrport Monday Mr L C Brown went to Fkrnu last Thursday on business Several of tho boys wero at a loss which way to go Sunday Miss Bessie Harris was visiting In this neighborhood last Sunday Miss Georgia Mattlngly opened a spring school at Guston Monday Misses Essioand Ernie Pay no were the guest of Miss Alma King lost Sunday Mr Wlllett preached a very Interest Â¬ ing sermon at the Baptist church Sun Â¬ day Mr Piylon llmn and his little girl looked as bright and beautiful as a June rose Sunday Mr Payton Brown nnd Miss Adelia Brown of Louisvill attended church here hist Sabbath Miss Mnry B Brown entertained some friends and relatives lust Wednesday It being her sixteenth birthday Mr Tlios Brown our enterprising merchant moved into tho residence formerly occupied by Dr A A Baxter Miss Katio Herberth left one day last week for Chicago we regret giving Miss Katie up as she was a regular musician Miss Dessio Brown and her little sister Fannie were the guests of their cousin Miss Annie Brown ono day last week SUCH Beaixtif ulI Goods mmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmnttmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt 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¬ 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- Â¬ WIMSlrilS tomers and cater to their wants in the matter of Dry Goods n lothing Boots Shoes Hats Caps Groceries and Notions We take special pleasure in calling the attention of the trade to our M lsgaJ V Mm Stl Uncle Turner thats right hold on to your place you will soon bo ready for burning lime kilns will also have a boss Qreman for a Master Fred Smith Gus Hardesty Misses Ella and Maud Flaherty attended the danco at Mr Frank Osborns near Rbodelia last Saturday There seems to be some great attraction belowas Miss Maud never returned with the crowd Mr John Flannery must surely mean business he comes up on Friday nnd stays until Monday Seth Brown his pardner looks desolate since tho rptnrn of ono of JefTetson counties fairest daughters One of our little debutantes seemed to get left one Sunday not long since I be- Â¬ lieve some of the Guston Bdlcs aro hard to beat I for one And some are and I believe that is the general complaint with the girls Health good the Primary over and best of all Mr Wm Rhodes is the Nom Â¬ inee for sheriff It fills the heart of one and all to think we who have to pay tax Â¬ es to pay to as fine n gentleman as Mr Rhodes He is liked by one nnd all Tho entertainment nt Mr R A Browns tho first Sunday was greatly en Â¬ joyed by one and all who nttended Tho report is that ono of our great beloved boys was left but never mind I Jiad a talk with his best girl she talks as though the same warm feeling still lin- Â¬ gers in her heart for him son-in-la- SPRING STOCK sVsV 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 materials embracing the In latest Novelties in Duck Kuitings Figured Corded Muslins Zephyr Real French Ginghams nnd Organdies These are rare beautiful goods nnd so cheap EMBROIDERIES Laces and White Goods Underwear and Hosiery India Linen Dimity Mulls lique French and English Nainsooks Embroidtred Swiss wash SILKS A large variety of China Moire and plain goods Housekeepers Goods wnh New Calicoes ANEW And benutlfnl Hue of Handkerchiefs Bows and Scarfs for ladit s and beautiful patterns and To this lino we call special attention stacks of them at all prices Our Table Linens Napkins ntd Towls are marked down to f uit the OUTTING FLANNELS KX limes and housekeepers will find It In large variety of colors Goods for to their interest to buy these goods Muck Skirts now and 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 eycr shown on this mnrket The best of all is the price is bo very low tf r In consequence of winter dietnnd lack of open air exercise the whole physical mecanism becomes impaired Ayers Sarsaparilla is the proper remedy in tho spring of tho year to strengthen the ap- Â¬ petite invigorate the system and expel all impurities from the blood A Big Agency The advertising agency of N W Ayer it Son of Philadelphia is unquestionably tho largest and probably tho best equipped of any in the United States It has IB more and larger patrons than any other and taking ono thing with another it is questionable whether they aro not en- Â¬ titled to the credit of securing for their patrons better servicti than can be count- Â¬ ed on from any other It should be and doubtless Is a great source of pride nnd satisfaction to Mr Ayer and Mr McKinney that they have been able while remaining in Phila Â¬ delphia to build up a larger advertising business than has ever been secured before by any advertising agency in Now York or elsewhere Â¬ Comprising a full line of Jet Bnnds BLACK DRESS GOODS Headings in different widths colors We show a large assortment all of Lace Braids Persian Bands Jet the best values and at the most satis Â¬ Fringe and Jet Ornaments factory priceB LADIES FURNISHINGS Lace Curtains We offer great bargains in these goods A beautiful assortment to m select from these goods SERGES Imperial Goods Henriettas Crepous Beautiful goods and Granite Cloths and very cheap Corsets Drawers Chemises Gowns Fast Black Hose Ribbed Lisle Hose Ribbed Vests Collars Cuffs Insert ings Veilings and Ribbons Dont pass us by on 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 goods we defy competition 8Read a Fight for Millions ing chapters on page 3 Clothing Hats and Shoes In these talking we lead open Â¬ wells 1500 Value of patent rights and tho valuo of territory in which to sell name 100 Tho value of brick stone and other building material is placed at the ridic- Â¬ ulously low value of 2 100 We have tho facilities for going on jags by being the happy possessors of whiskies wines brandies and mixtures thereof not in distillery bonded ware Â¬ houses to tho amount of 1830 not counting what is lld nway in the cellars closets stable lofts and fence corners of the liardinsburg district Thero aro 103 stores in tho county with stocks of goods and other property therein amounting to 1599 15 Tho property that is hold for another for the purose of pale on commission or otherwise is valued at 310 Tho valuo of nil property not men Â¬ tioned above is 1 5380 The total assessed valuo of personal property is 115720 Tho total assessed value of lands and personal property la 3000520 The total assessed valuo of town lots is 1 The New Kentucky Law that Has Been Puzzling Lawyers Is Ex- Â¬ plained by a Newspaper THE TIRED BRAIN They do their own All you have to do is to see them and youll buy them to talk about these goods It is no use y 4Pi - and NERVES A young girl about 32 but dont tell it wants to know something about tho husband and wifo bill recently passed by tho Legislature before she marries We have not seen tho bill but from all wo havo heard wo gather that it means about this If a girl has nothing when she marries her husband can not get any of it ac- Â¬ cording to law If ho has nothing she is entitled to her share of it while they live together but when death do them part they must divido what they havent got among the children if thero aro any If not it goes back to nothing nessj Tho bill makes a woman a femine sole or in other words according to law as good as a man She can euo and bo sued swear and bo sworn at just like a man and chow tobacco if she wants to and spit on tho floor She can get drunk and come homo nnd kick the baby in 183520 the fire and go to bed with her boots on Kxemtions amount to 495280 And finally tho grand total of all yoll like a heathen or vice versa and property assessed for taxation is 3000- - see any number of moons she may think proper just as long as she pays for tho 125 music Thoro wero quito a number of men in the Legislature that board with their wives who tried to hold on to their dead Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria cinch but thero wero enough old bache- Â¬ lors and big hearted married men to al- Â¬ low tho women of Kentucky a show for Whea lUfe u ci w ctb hw CtorU their white alley Now if a women Wtea tba u Dili J ih ericd fer CiitorU wants to marry a man and take him to Wba tlia beeama Hint tk clusg to CutorU raise she doesnt have to turn over all bad CUbbta be fare tbtst Cutsrbt Wka her property rights and become a slave Bracken Reporter Find Sweetest Safest and Best Relief by using Dr KlngA Groceries Hardware and Queensware Anything you want in these lines We were never in better shape to serve our Good Goods honest values low prices and good customers in these goods service is our motto inthis department Royal Germetuer As a Norvo Tranquillizer and Tonic it novor has boon equallod Dr L D Collins Goldthwaito Tex Buys of it It is the finest Norvo Tranquillizer I havo over iisod r - i In All Departmerj ts of Our House We aim to keep up a full assortment of the choicest goods in each department s sww sW AtiAvvr i nVt t iwri t nu rtAM uuy uuDtumci xuii YU1UU lor U1S ttu Vvw v Liicm iiut mA ocii liiciii ugui giviiiB cvcij ah money Come in and give us your trade A L C CoulBon Deputy Olork Jackson county Ala says I commond it for Nervousness above anything I havo evor tried 41 mi 4- - 41 rm Geo W Armstond Ed Tho Issue Naahvillo Tenn Bays Germotuor is an iuvuluublo Buildor and Invlgorator of the Norvo Forcos Hon G V Snndorlin Ex Auditor N 0 now 8d Auditor Washington D C says I have never found a hotter Norvo Tonic and Gonornl Invigorator ti 11 1 1 t- - WH Bowmer THE LEADING MERCHANTS Son Contains no Bromidos CoChloral or other inju- Â¬ rious drugs Always safe for all ages and sexes 1 6 for 5 Sold by druggists Manufd only by Kings Royal Germetuer Co Atlanta G caine- CLOVERPORT KY 3 THE BREGKHNRIDGR Awarded Highest Honors World NEXWS GLOYKRPORT KY We Welcome May Pair CREAM - BAKING A pottom Free YEARS THE STANDARD MOST PERFECT MADE pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 25 1804 WEDNESDAY AIIUL I00AL BREVITIES The pay car will bo down tomorrow Try that Ext Vanilla at Short Haynos Wall paper and room moulding cheap at T F Sawyers Seo our lino o shirts direct from tlio factory Sulzers Cypress shingles guaranteed to last CO years by Gregory Co Daisy bordered challlcs and tiny floral designs for children Sulzers Yellow pine flooring and ceiling cheap Â¬ er than ever by Gregory Co Barber wanted Apply to R B Pierco or G W Short Clovcrport Ky Ext Vanilla made from pure Mexican Vanilla bean Short Haynes John Robinsons circus is billed for this town Wednesday Juno 13th Buy your drugs and drug sundries of Short Haynes and savo money We are foot coverers to all mankind see our styles get our prices Sulzers Tlio correct thing to wear in shirts Sulzers Bee our styles get our prices Chas Lishen has placed a new vitri- Â¬ fied brick sidewalk in front of his butcher shop Better suits for boys were never in this city before see our styles get our prices Sulzers Our pretty figured challles tlntson cloth and grecian lawns for spring wear Sulzers Now is the time to do your painting Short Haynes will sell you your paint at hard time prices Ladies ready mado waists pretty and cheap see our display this week in our show windows Sulzers If you are going to do any painting this spring it will pay you to buy from Nevltt Gough Brandonburg Ky You cant go wrong in buying a suit k of boys clothing from us The way they go proves they are all right Sulzers Uncle Billy Withers is attending court at Brandenburg this week cracking jokes with Abe Ditto sr Jim Lewis R J Patteson and Dave Murray Every body wanting a pretty picturo of your Belt corao and get a sitting free for a fine crayon in one of our elegant frames at a very low price 0 I Knght photographer Cloverport Ky Just received at Knights gallery a new lino of beautiful portrait frames in alL sizes and prices to suit every body latest styles in fine oak cream gold etc Call and see them and you will buy one C L Knight Cloyerport Ky A team belonging to Mr Stark be- Â¬ came frightened at a train at the depot Monday and ran away Thoy ran over the steep hill above the depot dragging the wagon after them but fortunately no damage was done Tlio latest candidate to announce him Â¬ self for Constable in the Union Star Magisterial district is W II Morgan the Marshal of Stephensport He is a Dem- Â¬ ocrat and his candidacy is subject to the action of the Democratic party A card from Joe K Mercor informs the News that he is stationed at Mesa Arizona forty miles from Phoenix Ho is engaged In mining gold He has three claims and thoy aro all yielding the yellow metal in paying quantities Ho will bo at Phoenix May 1st Dont trust your valuable picture that you want copied or enlarged to strangers or unprincipled agents but bring them to our gallery whore you can get better work for less money and your picture re- Â¬ turned to you 0 L Knight Clover port Ky Lost On Tuesday April 17 a black crochet woolen capo trimmed in black ribbon This was a prizod Christmas present apd its return or any informa- Â¬ tion leading to its discovery and recovery by tho owner will be appropriately Mrs EM Babiuok rowarded The entertainment for the benefit of the building fund will be given In tho Presbyterian church to morrow and Fri Â¬ day nigbU Those who had tickets for last Friday night will bo adraltcd free on Thursday night it thoy will call at the City Bakery and got them renewed General admission Friday night 25 cents reserved seatsS5 cents After tho fire at the theater last Fri- Â¬ day night another scare earae about mid Â¬ night to a few persons who know of the Ab Charlie Hall was passing danger the Breckinridge Bank building he Knelled ga and could hear it escaping He went and arroused u the building theSklllman boys and when they re- Â¬ turned the gas could be smelled a square away From some cause the keys weild not turn in the looks and the doors had to be prised open when It was discovered that the rooms were full and only needed the application of g of a watch to cause an explosion The gg was escaping from the stove Tho fishermen aro still resolutely pur- Â¬ suing the finny trlbo Aunt Lucinda Pool an old respectable colored woman who has been very 111 is improving Harrison Dollavcn colored had a very valuable mare to die last Friday She had twin colts It looked like old times on tho train Both conches wcro last Thursday crowded with passengers Mrs Alfred Oelzo was called toGeorgo town yesterday by tho illness of her daughter Ethel The young lady is af Â¬ flicted with scarlet fover Fred Utting employed at the shops met with a painful accident yesterday He fell from a ladder and suffered a severo sprain ot tho back Tho Ludlos Aid Socltty gave an enter- Â¬ tainment last night at tho residence- of Mrs R B Pierce Music and refresh- Â¬ ments were tho principal features Farmers who are now delivering tob- Â¬ acco to Clovcrport report that they can hardly get to town Especially is this tho caso when ono has to come over the Patterson hill The many friends of Mr Ferd Owen will bo glad to learn that he has entirely recovered from tho rising in his head He and car which threatened his life thinks ho has beon permanently re- Â¬ lieved and the only bad effects ho feels from it is tho loss of hearing in one car Reports from different parts of this section aro beginning to como in that thero will not bo an entlro failure of tho fruit crop and wheat seems to be taking a new start In somo neighborhoods a considerable bloom of different fruits aro reported and thero seems to bo enough tobacco plants to set a full crop though it will be set Into Mr M Meyer of Burns has been up pointed to fill the vacancy on the Democratic County Committee caused by tho resignation of Mr II C Garner No better selection could havo been mado Mr Meyer is one of tho live working Democrats of his district and will be found at his post when his services are needed Â¬ Short Talks With Well known People Col Josh Powers I have now moro than a passing interest in Holts Bottom I am well pleased with my recent pur- Â¬ chase tho Smith farm and my intention is to improve it and mako a vory valuable placo out of It I havo owned as many as fifty farms in my tlt110 and I consider this tho best ono I havo over owned I should like to live on it if it was only for a month just to get out of the reach of telegrams letters and tho busy whirl of this busy life Â¬ Every Mans Duty Is to adorn himsolf bo as to appear as prcscntablo as facilities of tho present day will permit You can do so at very little cost by buying from Business is improv Â¬ W J Pigoott ing We aro now running our mill night and day to keep up with our orders V111OE IUnDiN The fruit crop is not Injured near so much as was reported All my Romo Beauty trees aro in full bloom and I will have as good a crop of this variety as usual There will bo plenty of early apples too Wine saps I ex Â¬ aro not hurt neither aro jennets pect to realize as much out of my orchard as I generally do JULIUS WINTER S CO with A Bright Array of t ECornorThird and Market Sts Loulsvillo Ky MERCHANT TAILORS READY MADE NEW GOODS CLOTHIERS GENTS Some of the FURNISHERS earlySummer IdeaslnlWash Fabrics areexceedingly prettyandat the same time wheat looks as W Ditto well as I ever saw it and I expect a good crop Thero will bo plenty of fruit in our bottom The frcrze was not near so bad as first reported M My Our stock is the most complete over offered in this vicinity and is unequalcd in wonderfully low In price JAnnET r Just say to my friends that I nm the same working J W Style Fit Quality or Price PERSONAL Miss Ella Witt went to Cahnolton yes- Â¬ terday Jas G Stephens Holt was in town Saturday Mr E L Clark of Hawesvillc was in the city Friday Father Niehaus went to Irvington Saturday evening Mr V G Babbago and wife were in tho city yesterday Miss Eliza Gwynn of Chicago is the guest of Mrs S G Shelley Arthur Board tho jokey drummer struck the town yesterday Mrs F J Ferry went to Lexington last Monday to visit her mother Hon W T Ellis passed up on tho train Thursday for Washington Mr Anion jcincheloo of Hardinsburg was in the city one day last week Morris Beard cashier of the Bank of Hardinsburg was in the city Sunday Ezcklel Rhodes and R E Mattlngly Hardinsburg were in the city Sunday Mrs Weisenberger and her daughter Miss Ida went to Louisville Saturday Rev Burgess spent Friday with Mr and Mrs Riedel at their homo in Holt Mr Chas Cottrell of Russellville ac- Â¬ companied by his little daughter Chris Â¬ tine was the guest of his sister Mrs G W Short Sunday Walter Smart came up from Owens boro Monday night to colebrato his 21st birthday Tuesday tho 24th inst at home with his parents This is ono more good Democrat added to tho list Bishop Dudleys Sermon ThoRt RevT U Dudley preached in the Elm street Methodist church last Thursday night to a large and apprecia- Â¬ tive audience The houso was crowded with several hundred people and the rapt attention with which they listened to the eloquence of the speaker showed that they were deeply interested in what he said Rev Rose accompanied the Bishop and conducted the ritual service Dr J B Cottrell in giving an account of the sermon to the Courier Journal ex- Â¬ pressed himself as follows It was a sermon of exceptional tower Indeed it was one of the most effectivo Ive ever heard His theme was tho peace Christ declared as tho legacy He was to leavo His disciples as recorded in John xiv The night was auspicious from the cooling of the atmosphere and the brilliance of the moonlight after a day of cloud and rain It is gratifying to realize under inspiration of tho em Â¬ phasis an dunctlon with which the good Bishop preached tho Gospel rather than about it or in defense or explanation of it that in spito of differences of form ot sorvice and dogma tho churches are all at one in doctrine Papal and Protestant The average of the Christian character of tho membors of each is about the same as Ivo observed it in a ministry of forty years The Livermore Conference Rov S G Shelley was absent last week attending the District and Sunday school Conference at Livermore The Conference was in session from Tuesday until Friday Rev 8 X Hall presiding Tho different churches were well represented and tho dally atten- Â¬ dance was largo Rev Shelley reports a delightful and profitable meeting and comes back with much enthusiasm for the work and realizing that It was good to have bsen there He preached an in- Â¬ teresting sermon Sunday night to a largo congregation Democrat that I havo ever been That I am not tho least bit soro over the re- Â¬ sult and I expect to do my best for the SHILOH nominees I am now a candidate for re election to tho office of Magistrate News is scarce at present from my district and I shall bo glad to Mrs Louie Claycomb is on tho sick havo tho Bupport of my friends for this Tho Squlro has made a splen list ofilco did record as Magistrate and tho proba- Â¬ Farmers aro busy breaking corn bilities aro that ho will have no ground opposition for tho place Mr Flake Ater gavo a log rolling last My school will Thursday Owen Cunningham Mr Noble is progressing nicely with close In May when I expect to go into the fight and stay in it from that tlmo his now houso Mrs B F Singleton Is on the sick list on but is improving Have just returned Michael Blain MissAllio Cart called on Mrs Will from Florida where I spent a most de- Â¬ Kroush last Wednesday lightful winter with my family I have The meeting atShlloh last geeoiul Sun Â¬ 20 acres near Lakeland for which I paid day was quite a success 120 per acre Fifteen acres of it is set Miss Carrio Shellman entertained a in oranges with n thousand trees which havo just begun bearing I shipped 700 crowd lost Saturday night boxes this year tho same trees will pro- Â¬ Miss Lena Claycomb was visiting Miss duce next year at tho lowest estimate Carrio Shellman lost week 3500 boxes Oranges sell all tho way Mr Aimer Sovers was tho guest of from 50 cents to 125 a box on the trees Miss Maxie Bandy not long since My placo joins Minor Stephens who by Miss Amy Kroush entertained quite a the way is doing splendidly and if no crowd last Sunday ono week ago will bo big bad luck overtakes him he Mr Byron Cart was tho guest of Miss rich somo day Molllo Stallman last Sunday a week My appointment Gus Richardson Mr and Mrs P D Kroush and baby to a placo in Ben Johnsons office was as daughter were the guests of Mrs Paris much of a surprise- to me as it was to my Barr Saturday and Sunday friends It came to mo unasked and un- Â¬ Miss Carrio Shellman was visiting sought as I had never applied to Mr friends and relatives in tlio Preston Johnson for anything I will take my neighborhood this week placo about May 15 Messrs Grundy Barge r and Kdd of Misses Blanche Alp Hennen I nm particularly in Â¬ Kroush wore tho guests and Nellie Basham last Sunday terested in tho civil service suit now Mrs Elizabeth Claycomb is very ill at pending before Judge Bradley at Wash- Â¬ ington T hope tho deposed officer will this writing She is at her daughters bo reinstated lama strong advocate-- of Mrs August Dutschkes near Lodiburg Messrs Earl and Oral Basham and the civil servico law It ought to ex Â¬ Misses Lona Claycomb and Carrie Shell tend to every branch of tho government man were the guests of Miss Amy GARFIELD Kroush last Sunday Items are very scarce this week Bion Cannot Bun Oat crop is almost a complete failure Bewlkyvblle Ky April 25 1894 Mr Warnio Macy is visiting theValley Fellow Itepublicans of Breckenridge very often We have somo fruit left round and county I appreciate and thank you for tho honor conferred in nominating me about Garfield Tobacco plants in general aro very at tho February convention for tho office of County Survoyor While I appreciate small and scattering Health is very good in tills neighbor Â¬ tlio honor I must declino tho nomination hood at this writing as my business arrangements for the Our little place needs a church and a year were mado and aro such that I Masonic hall and we must have it could not do justice to the party nor my Â¬ Mr George Hook loves to come to our self in tho canvass Very Respectfully town very often now especially of a Sun- Â¬ Bion Jolly day Bro Dugan preach a very good sermon Commissioners Sate against this nonsense called Salifica- Â¬ tion Co et al 1 and Quito a largo crowd attended church Fidelity Truit vt Safety Vault JUlntlftil OH and Coal Company et al f at Lost Run the 4th Sunday from this Clovcrport Defendants J place Notice of bale In Equity We have organized a Sunday school at 1 Administratrix Wo wish every ono to take a Mary E Hicksdeceased llalntlfl of John place this A lllcki v f hand in it Ilreckenrldge Company Limited et al Mr Frank Compton was heard singing DclendanttJ Annie Laura while going home from a nil erder of tale Dy virtue of a Judgment of the breckenridge Circuit Court rendered at certain placo In the above itvled Mr Mat Payne and Mr Robt Weath the February term 1894will on Saturday the cause tbe underilgned erford were the guests of tho Misses 13th day of May 1894 between the houre of 10 oclock a m and 4 oclock Ji m at tbe office Board Sunday eve Limited In Clo- Â¬ The Asphalt mino has opened up of the Dreokenrldge Company Kentucky pro verport Dreokenrldge county They expect to got out a large quantity ceed to capon to publlo lale to the highest bidder tbe following deiorlbed property vis thissprlng and summer the following real eitate situated In the coun Â¬ Miss Frymire is teaching music lessons ties of Hancock and Breckenridge In tbe itate at this place She understands music to of Kentucky and more particularly described point In tho bank perfection Young men and ladies will ai follows Deglnnlng at a to a itnall lot of of tbe Ohio river corner do woll to attend ground having a front of sixty feet on the Mr Bill Marrs has a variety of snakes aid river by a depth of one hundred feet sold and Coal Company now Among them is a very large rattle- Â¬ by theJ Cloverport Oil deed recorded In Ureckto tllia Welherby by snake which he will handle tho same as enrldge County Clerks office In deed bookN page 120 and which lot ii now In tbe possession of he does tho rest of his snakes by tbe laid Wetherby at ber Mr Sidney Brack please writo us a and occupied residence runnjng thence southwardly 15 40 letter from California through tho News east 100 feet thence east SO feet thence as wo have heard that you was basking in outhwardly toIS 40 eait about 73 poles a corner thence by the landi more or lesi Bunsblno and flowers while-- we are shiv Â¬ of I 0 Marln siuti 73 west about UK more or less to a itake thence south ering around the fire poles I4Ji eait 11 poles more or leu to another corner of I 0 Martins thence south 73 Â¬ Â¬ I I outhwtstern corner of Toblni 400 acres iur vcy and to a hickory and poplar supposed to be In tho line of Jose 1 Roberts original sur Â¬ vey of 2904 l 2acre intd point being num bered 36 on laid map tbence south 10 west 187 poles to a hickory In the line of Lyons 200 acre tract said point being numbered 61 on said map thonce south 10 degrees wcit 280 polei to a mail elm hickory and poplar about IS polei from the yellow banki and In a line from Richard Stephens 1190 acre survey being numbered SO on said map thenco teuth 140 poles to three white oaks and dogwood being numbered S3 on laid map thence north 88 degrees west 300 poles more or less to a tone between a white oak and black oak tald point being numbered 52 on laid map tbence outh ISO poles more or less to two gums nnd white oak anciently marked ns Abies corner aid point being numbered 50 on said map tbence with another of Abies lines weit 366 te a Eolei1C00 itake where Thomas Alcocki line of acres strikes the same laid point being numbered 57 on said map tbence with Aloocki lino south 27 degreci east croising Blackford fork at 138 poles 3S8 poles to Al Â¬ cocki tcutbosst corner satd point being num- Â¬ bered 48 on said map thence with said Al- cocks line loutn 01 degrees wcit about 70 poles moro or less to two small dogwoods and white oak marked as t corner In Thomas Al Â¬ cocki line of his 100 ncro survey and where 1blllp Taylors line of hit 1000 ncre survey strikes said Alcocki line said point being numbered 46 on said map tbence louth 78 Jegree eait 270 poles to a whtto oak and elm anciently marked as a corner to Thornton Taylors line laid point being numbered 45 on said map tbence south 12 degreos west 5l2i poles more or less to a whlto oak and black oak said point being marked 30 on said map thenco south 78 degrees east 693 polei to two white oaks and a dogwood said point being numbered 61 on said map tbence north 12 degrees east 816 poles crossing a branch al a mulberry ash and dogwood said point being numbered 02 on laid map thence north 78 de Â¬ greci wcit about 310 poles more or less to h stako near the stablo of Mrs Elisabeth New- Â¬ ton laid point being numbered 68 on said map thence north 20 degrees cast 166 28 more or less to the north line of Mrs liiabeth Newtons 101 acre tract said point being numbered 67 on said map thence west about 80 poles to a white oak and dogwood and a hickory on the south side of the hill said point being numbered 66 on satd map thence north about 166 poles to a white oak in the most westwardly line of the said Mays original 1000 acre survey heretofore mention- Â¬ ed said point being numbered 90 on said map thence at right angles east 125 poles to a hick Â¬ ory in the line of John Iatei now Newtons 490 acre tract thence touth 65 west 60 poles to an irenwood on the bank of Keg Fork another of laid Newtons corners tbence east to said Newtoiij Unci 234 poles said point be Â¬ ing numbered 70 on said map tbence at right angles north 260 poles more or less to the place of beginning being the same property conveyed to the Cloverport Oil and Coal Com Â¬ pany by Frederick L Thompson and wife deed recorded In Breckenrldgo County Clorks office deed book Y page 426 and by deed to said company from Hugh Kennedy and wife dated March 1886 and being all that property back from the Ohio river inoluded within the red border on said map referred to in said mortgage Also the following described lot or parcel of land to wit a small lot containing 2J acres beginning at a beech tree in a corner adjoin Â¬ ing lands of Ihllo V Duncan and RutMord M Roberts thence south 6 degrees east 21 poles to a itake standing near tbe beech and a hickory tree thence north 64 degrees west 15 polei to a itake near a dogwood and hick Â¬ ory sapling tbence north 48 degrees west 16 poles to a corner near Huitun Lick branch tbence north 78 degreei east 24 poles to the place of beginning and marked with tbe letter H and being colored red Also all of that certain railroad right of way and railroad bed and track extending from the mines of the Cloverport Oil and Coal Company to tbe Ohio river at Cloverport and a pier attached thereto and all rolling itcok rails tools and machinery of every deitrlptlon belonging to the tald Cloverport Uil and Coal Company or tho laid Breckenridge Company Limited and used In the connection with the aid mines or with said railroad Also all mules wagoni harness lumber coal furniture and all other personal property of every lort and deicription of said Clover Â¬ port Oil and Coal Company and of laid Breck Â¬ enridge Company Limited on the laid prem Â¬ ises orln possession of the receiver appointed herein by the court together with all Income rents earnings chosei in action acoounts and other assetts of the said Cloverport Oil and Coal Company Including likewise tbe fran Â¬ Immunities of chises rlgbti and privileges the tald Cloverport Oil and Coal Company Said property will be sold as a whole by order of a decree Said sale will be made on a credit of six twelve and eighteen months tbe purchaser to give bond with leourlty to be approved by tho Said bonds to near Interest at Commissioner the rate of six per cent per annum until paid but with the privilege of the purchaser to pay the whole or any part of either installment at the time of the sale or at any time before ma- Â¬ turity with intereit up to tho date of laid pay ment The purchaser will be further required to deposit 500 00 with the commissioner at the time of tbe tale and laid sum to be credited V Q BabbaQi on tbe purchase price Master Comnjlssloner Breckenridge Clrcelt Court New New New New Belfast Lawns Zephyr Ginghams Ghallies Tientsin Cloths 0 JIL S0543 A If you want n good crop tins spring just uso our Fertilizers nnd success is yours We nro handling the snino brand tlmt has given so much satis- Â¬ faction for years If you have nover used it you know nothing about it Tho saino field that grow corn last year where tho bumble bee would sit on the ground and suck the blossom by using our Fertilizers will grow this year so tall that it will take him all day to ily to the top of it It is put up in S II Fertilizers 100 Pound bags much easier for hand Â¬ ling and will cost you only Ter hundred call Dont fail to give us a Very respectfully JtS TFT Jt HI JtSeard KY Uo III HAKDINSHUItG Given away A Fine iStf Free To everyone who buys a dollars worth of goods and pays down for it Wn v HI give ono guess for each dollar at a candy Dressing Stand Worth 1050 A Beautiful t 4 CONSUMPTION averted or if too late to avert it It Is otiw eund and by aJwat Is rlirJ Scotts Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver Oil Cures Coughs Colds and Weak Lungs Phytielmt the world over endorse It west 146 poles more or less to a itake thence outh lBJi ent along line of the land of I C Martin 101 poles more or lest to a corner thence north 32 wcit 34 poles to a lojuit itake thence north JJ 1 2 we t 63 1 1 poles toastske In tbe Ilaweivllle road thence south 44 east along the laid road Ave poles to a Urge birch tree thence north 20 west 3V poles to a itake thence weitwardly at right anglei about 600 feet more or leu theoce north 14 degrees more or less eait to tbe bank of the Ohio river thence along the bank ut the Ohio river eait wardly to the point of beglnnlnc and belorf tbe lame fronting on the Ohio river bordered In red upon tbe map referred to In the mort- - 8Day Olook THIS IS THE BEST PHOENIX And a Handsome Toilet Set If W rw wue m Jar full of loose pins Tho one who haa tho nearest guesa gets flitt choice the noxt the second choice the third the last choice This will begin April 25 and on August 1st tho guesses will bo taken In and the goods will be delivered to the proper owners Remember this Is free to all who trade at our house witli marketing or cash No guesses al Â¬ lowed on goods bought on tlmo Como and seo the arrangement nnd be con Â¬ vinced that It will bo fairly done Ask about It when In Ouston So wc remain yours with thanks NORTH FORK OF ROUGH Farmers aro very buy We Democrat of Breckenridge county want to get a buttle oa ua now I am pleased to report that all the fruit in this section Is sot killed Meeting at Shrewsberrys sehooMiowe Saturday nifetit by Rev Mat Priest Rev B A Cundiff preached at Fair view churoh last Friday night awl tbere wm a large crowd out to hear hi w AtltaWrakivpltlrrri6ltl ISftrSiil tfOR DYUFHTHIA llftOB niMMML III OihJIjm rn1M4WWXT O aitfwM Alio tho following deieribed real eitate In the eountlei ol Hancock and Dreokenrldge be Â¬ ginning at point In the northeasterly corner of what U known ai the Crawford farm con Â¬ taining 520 awes more or less at a Spanish oak and beech at the most eaitrrly line of the original Uaye mrvey of 2000 acres and be Ing noted by the number 20 on tbe said map above mentioned these running due west about 38 polei to a white oak mulberry and hlekory being the northwestern corner of laid original survey and la tbe eastern Use of Tblo 409 aere turvey belag numbered N on tali may theae at rQtlic Mflae umlk about M plef to a whlUaalUMM Klat being asm M m wU Ms It mm at right aagUe weet atxHit 344 jmM H We to the Neff GUSTON Kagin KENTUCKY OIJ Reliable Store J Jl LIME CO Stephensport Ky br4 tap ASK FOR IT AUforlttktooUii WriulilnaSluiiiUiiki 1b iSiu iiNN AoaraM K lUmi Mi riLenTtfuK oowport Kr r a k ruuRM m4 UU hmui BihjMi r0 0 inuuiiU MwtflReMMriUvOritaiift til BreTMieroonyoutfenirrrare onmilte ne ut Vobioeo t ytiMB nlBUwklfel4ttlRanUrQpBMllBIIOQ0r InMBllr Can -Yi -Hatet z 1 Mr box - for M - hr- mil uaMld with ri -- IHwtrftViVwIumLlaMSnlioo4NitUr nMalldFalMabdlaMuf ViASK9fiaSSIiK MttMtVr ii-ejf eejejt- - i vf Q - I f PWIII- - - r w rw - w mr JfcV - jMK i rtfl -- - hw HfisvtHHHmHWmmwmm i w yV ii wj n J- V - f y aTv f W- - I I THJEl Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report BRROKmfelDGBl NRW EDUCATION dLSfeORT - KY OF TUT Highest of all RoYal Breckenridge WEDNESDAY APKIL Baking Powder KIRK Kill tho dogs O W Downsof Homed was hero ono day this week Now let us get done planting corn and go fishing boys Rather than let tho sheep bo killed kill nil tho dogs Cy Miller with his best girl attended church at Clover creek last Sunday Tho bed spring business is suspended until Henry gets done planting corn Mrs Tlios Rhodes who has been in bad health for sorao time is improving Stanley Mattingly formerly of this place Ib making his homo at Olendcane Charley Mook of the Carter Bros Co dry goods Louisville was a passenger on tho east bound Friday Tho saw mill has stopped for a few days as it was necessary to send tho saw and get it hammered It is estimated that thero is enough fed to dogs every year to feed all tho paupers then kill tho dogs John Galloway of near Irvington is in tho neighborhood getting up a bill of lumber for a dwcllng houso and barn Why is it that some people will keep threo or four dogs around them when a little fice would do more good than their whole gang Several of our farmers got their corn all planted before tho rain came among them wero W K Withers Dennio Sher ron and L Coomes Gid Miller was here tho other day telling how anxious Dennis Shenoiwai to swap horses with some ono near Jolly but its tho boot Dennio wants Wm Osborne a prominent farmer liv Â¬ ing in Kirk is thinking of going into a wagon making shop with Winchel Osborne will do tho wood work Lodiburg the reason that wo see alike and why you cant see as others do is because you have to look through so mujh muddy water that it almost hides everything else I say hurrah for Babbler Wo are sure that it is not Siroccos dog killing tho sheep for ho had too much sanctification about it and then he said he killed it what a pity but guess ho had had enough sanctification to bo ready to die This would bo a good place for n tobac- Â¬ co warehouse thero aro lots of tobacco grown around hero and if wo had a houso it would bo no trouble to get some ono to buy tho tobacco as wo raise as good n quality hero as can bo grown in tho county Thero was moro farming done Wednes Â¬ day at Kirk than there had been dono for two weeks before By tho way it was BiiECKENrinoE News day and tho rain tho night before had put a stop to corn planting so thero was quito a crowd gathered in waiting for tho mail and by ono p in all tho nail kegs and goods boxes available wero in uso while some found seats on the counters Each fellow was fresh from tho field with the opinion that ho was doing better farm Â¬ ing and moro of it than any two common men could do and of courso thero was quito a difference of opinion in regard to breaking harrowing and getting tho ground in order and especially in tho use of fertilizers and manure But it was finaly agreed that corn ought to bo planted in the ground and that a certain amount of cultivation was necessary Also that if a man had the money to sparo and wanted to raiso corn on poor lands that ho would do well to invest somo of his money in a good brand of fertilizer and uso about ono hundred and twenty pounds to tho aero planting his corn threo feet each way and thin to one stalk then before there could bo anything more said Eli Mattingly said Here she comes boys and then a house full ot men all tried to get through tho door nt one time as if they would fail to sco the train if they did not hur- Â¬ ry Tho moro Chamberlains Cough rem edy is used tho better it is liked Wo know of no other remedy that always gives satisfaction It is good when you llsrt catch cold It is good when your cough is seated and your lungs sore It is good in any kind of a cough We have sold twenty fivo dozen of it and every bottle has given satisfaction Steldman Se Friedman druggist Minne- Â¬ sota Lake Minn 60 cent bottles for salo by A It Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kincheloo Meador it Co Hardiusburg Ky Â¬ How and When the Seiencei Are Taught and How Thoy Should Bo Taught Education should give man complete knowledge and mastery of his endow Â¬ ment It should mako him acquainted witli nature with books and proficient in expression Education docs not be Â¬ gin with tho school room and end on graduation day Science tho study of nature should bo taught early At present in tho common schools aro taught only two natural sciences geog Â¬ raphy and physiology and theeo lato in school lifo and listlessly The natural sciences aro taught mainly in tho high schoolgund colleges whero only one in fifteen go Then tho pupil is raced through theso studies in two or three years and never cares for them any moro To Restore hnir which lias become thin mid keep tho Bcnlp UNCLE I Mint bcz clean and healthy uso EZEKIELS Men should not buy OPINION 4 Â¬ MAMMOTH Ita mii n storo ABSOOJTELY PURE News 25 1894 jmt Mado by AVERS HAIR VIGOR It doesjlsl what It CHILDRENS CLOTHING 3 Our Childs S3 All wool Suit ages 4 to 14 has had such a phenom enal sale and proved such n superb leader that wo duplicated our early order and can now supply any reasonablo demand It comes either singlo or double breasted in fast colors and is made to wear like n 5 or fO suit Dressing TALL prevents tho hair from falling out or turning gray Tho best 5 We won overy boys heart when we placed on ealo a handsomo Black Cheviot Suit for 5 Every boy needs a neat black suit for quiet gath- Â¬ erings Sunday Bchools etc and wo have met the need Our general lino of Boys Clothing is extra fino this season their SuiU till thoy seo The Mammoths Spring Stock Wo can PAPERJIONEY A AMERICANS History of tho Issues tho United Siatos and tho Amount Different Kinds of Bonds Whon sued and tho Interest They Boar MANY Is- Â¬ MILLIONS Ilease state ns fully iw tlmo and spaco will allow just whnt kinds of paper monoy and other securities our govern ment lias issued since tho beginning of the Into war the amounts of each when redeemed or canceled what kinds now in circulation how much of each how issued and what bonds now outstanding when issued and when payable J II Sherman Fifty million dollars in treasury notes not bearing interest wcro issued under tho act of July 17 1801 thoy wcro mado legal tender by tho act of March 12 1802 and 10000000 wcro authorized on Feb 121802 Tho first greenback act is that of Feb 25 1802 It authorized 150000 000 which wero legal tender and re- Â¬ ceivable tho samo as coin par value The second greenback act dates from July 11 1SG2 it authorized another 150000000 legal tender and receivable in all cases except in payment of customs duties On July 17 1802 postago stamps wero mado rccclvablo by government for sums less than 5 On Jan 17 1803 100000000 of United States notes wero authorized to pay tho nrmy and navy these notes wero legal tenders Four hundred millions of dollars of treasury to bo counted as notes 100000000 issued uudor tho act of Jan 17 1803 wero authorized by section 2 of tho act of March 3 1803 Tho third section of this act was tho third greenback act authorizing 150000000 moro greenbacks and tho fourth section provided for not moro in fractional currency amount than 50000000 Tho national bank act of Juno 3 1801 provided for 300000000 in bank notes Tho act of 1801 SunoSO authorized 200000000 treasury notes legal tenders Tho act of April 12 1805 inntfa all treasury notes whether interest bearing or not receiv- Â¬ able by government for any bonds Tho act of July 12 1870 added 51000000 to tho amount of bank notes authorized and tho act of Juno 20 1871 fixed tho amount at 382000000 Tho Sherman act authorized treasury notes for tho purchase of silver bond issues were authorized as follows July 17 1801 250000000 7 per cent twenty year bonds or treasury notes bearing 7 3 10 per cent for threo yeais or such notes without interest or one year notes bear Â¬ Feb 25 ing interest at 305 per cent 1802 200000000 twenty year bonds at per cent March 3 1803 900000000 this ten forty bonds at 0 per cent amount to include all bonds treasury notes and greenbacks authorized by tho 100000000 in treasury act that is notes 150000000 greenbacks and 50 000000 fractional currency leaving really only 300000000 in bonds March 3 1801 200000000 five forty bonds in lieu of tho samo amount authorized by 100 tho preceding act Juno 30 1801 000000 five thirty bonds March 3 1805 000000000 bonds or notes July 1 1870 and Jau 20 1871 500000000 ten year bonds at 5 per cent 300000000 fifteen year bonds at per cent and 700000 000 thirty year bonds at 4 per cent this being tho refunding act Of legal tender notes greenbacks 1007310702 were issued and 310081011 are still out- Â¬ standing 5501750 of tho demand treasury notes still exist and about 7 000000 in Pactional currency uro still out National bank notes to 107221 517 aro In circulation and 08258092 of tho Sherman act notes All of tho bonds have been redeemed except 25 550 301500 of tho 11 per cents of 1870 010700 of tho 4 per cents of 1870 and 01110 of the 4 per cent refunding certificates of 1879 Tho 4 per cents of 1890 are not redeemable until 1007 tho other bonds aro redeemable now 1 1 Â¬ Studies of naturo Bhould begin in the first year of school life Tho child stud ies the world around him from his earl Â¬ iest years Let us take advantage of this natural thirst for knowledge Lot us teach him first through his senses then through books At present history even Uuited States history is begun after a majority of pupils havo left school and civil gov- Â¬ ernment after nine tenths have loft This should not be Are thero not somo elementary phases of these studies that can bo taught from tho earliest years The child should bo early led into tho fields of choice literature through fairy Supplementary stories and folklore reading should come in every grade of reading We do not vitalize our subjects In geography we aro going to seed on boun Â¬ dary lines and locations We make lo-Â¬ cation tho most important thing when it is a mere incident Observation is tho highest exercise of We should lay great intellectuality stress upon it The future course of study will provide It for abundant practice in expression will teach us to read tho book of naturo to read the books that man has written and to express ourselves more clearly Extract from an address and forcibly by Prof Wolf of Missouri A Good Story of How Three Amer Â¬ icans Confounded an Eng Â¬ Eor4 wo offer a Childs Combination Suit in pleasing patterns and ex Â¬ tra good make An extra pair of Pants with each Suit Bettor qualities at 150 5 and 50 Boys and Childrens Shoes Hats and Furnish- Â¬ ings jlst what it does If It sez it will give a watch with overy 12 purchase thats what it gives Its a mighty good watch too In fncttho Mammoth s all wool and a yard wide and Id ruthcr trado tbar than any other store Uncle hi Kentucky EKKtEL Tf y f v -- iiit lish Leoturer Somo timo sinco threo tall Americans Mr Robinson six feet and Bishop BEWLEYVILLE Mr E E Hurdaway is at homo on a short visit Miss B Ada Drury is visiting friends in Louisville Mr G P Paul lost n very valuablo cow last week Little Marion Lee Cain is very sick it was reported that she had scarlet fever Mr T P Hardaway who has been confined to his room for several weokB witli rheumatism is convalescent Mr Elijah Board Hardinsburg passed through town Sunday after noon We can not say for what place he was en route Tho remains of Miss Ann Blanford wero brought down from Louisville Sun Â¬ day morning for interment Tho death of this estimable lady was a surpriso to tho comunity oven her relatives did not know of her illness She died of neural- Â¬ gia of the heart at her Bisters Mrs How- Â¬ ard of LouiBvllle Tho funeral was preached at 3 oclock p m by Rov GF Cundiffat tho residenco of her brother Mr C II Blanford in the presence of quite a concourse of relatives and friends of tho deceased On tho afternoon of April 11th at 4 oclock p in Mr Mc II Richardson of Ekron led Miss Katie Burchardt of this place to tho hymeneal alter The cer- Â¬ emony was performed by Rev G 8 Shel loy Cloverport in a most impressive manner Immediately after tho ceremo- Â¬ ny the bride and groom loft for Louis- Â¬ ville tlleir future home The young couple havo our best wishes for a long happy and prosperous life Phillips Brooks six feet four inches high both of Boston and Rov Dr mado in McVicker of Philadelphia company a trip to England En route they determined that when thoy should reach that country thoy would travel apart lest threo such tall men together might provoke remark But arriving at a well known town in Yorkshire and learning that a lecture was to be deliver- Â¬ ed to the working men on America thoy determined to bo present Entering the hall separately took scats apart As the lecturer proceeded his utter ignoranco of America soon became manifest to the three Americans Finally however n statement con- Â¬ cerning the sizo of Americans was too absurd to bo endured in silence The speaker had barely timo to concludo a sentence asserting that Americans are proverbially short of stature never exceeding at the utmost five feet ten inches when Mr Robinson arobe and said My friend I am an American and as you Bee I measure fully six feet If there is any other American who hap Â¬ pens just now to be in tho house I request him to stand up An expression ot surprise was followed by roars of laughter as Rov Phillips Brooks arose and said I am an American and my height G feet 4 inches occasions no particular remark in America If there is any other American in tho house I in turn request him to stand up After a lapse of a few qeconds in order to give the lecturer a little time to re- Â¬ cover himself Dr McVicker slowly raised his majestic figure to its full height of 0 feet 0 and began I am an Am But this was too much and ho could not get any further Tho audience had lost all control of itself and the speakers disapearanco from the stage brought the entertainment to a premature close Grip Sack Â¬ and do save you 3 to 5 on a Suit and give n Watch for your boy with every 12 Suit Our new line of Blouse Waists for 1894 is gaining im- Â¬ mense popularity See the lino at 98c and our Underwaists for uso with Blouse at 34c and 44c Star and Mothers Friend Waists i 10 Is the popular price at which the Mammoth offers a handsomo collec- Â¬ tion of Sack Frock and Cutaway Suita of every leading fabric and popu Â¬ lar pattern in great enough variety to fit any man from a pigmy to a giant 12 Gives you choico of over a thousand tailor mado Suita that nover sold for less than 15 or 18 and a watch for your boy with each Suit 15 Imported Clay Worsteds and other specially fino things will bo found on 15 tables our better mado than most custom work yet nt ready made prices Wo challenge nil the tailors on the conti- Â¬ nent to duplicate these Suita for less than 20 to 22 A Watch Chain and Charm with purchases of Spring Overcoats 8 12 and over in every department 8 10 Mail Orders filled prompt- Â¬ ly Send for catalogue KLEINHANS 3VC Market bet 4th and 5th Sts mmmmmmmmmmmmmman SHOE and CLOTHING COMPANY MM SIMONSON O T JtZZL KY LOUISVILLE smmmmmmn Our I Have Just M pgj Received my stock of Spring Goods which is the largest and best select- Â¬ ed stock of Sprin G Stock It is only of lato years that rheuma tism has been treated as a blood disease Hut that this is a correct theory is proved PIERCE by tho extraordinary success attending tho uso of Ayers Sarsaparilla in this Miss pda Roberta is visiting Miss Mary painful and very prevalent mulady It Albright seldom fails of radical cure It is rumored that thero will bo a wed ding in our midst soon AXTEL Mr Milt McAfee was tho guest of Miss Carrie Cart last Sunday Thero was a peddler died at Mr U F Mrs J W Beauchamp was visitiug in Iiintous last week Union Star lost Thursday Miss Mary Mattingly wns visited by Mr J II Weidman was tho guest of Boveral youngsters last Monday Miss Lula Beth lost Sunday Mr Sam McAfee was tho guest of Miss Miss Salllo Bennett died at Mr ClifT Cora Cashman last Sunday Mattinglys last Saturday night Mr Henry French was tho guest of Misses Julia and Lula Rhodes visited Miss Pearl Beauchamp last Sunday at Mr ClifT Mattinglys last Sunday Mr Saxton Dutschko was tho guest of Mr Chester Bennett is going to Hard Miss Gertrude Caslinwn lost Sunday insburg next Sunday to visit his old girl Mr Clarence Morgan of Roberta BotÂ¬ Mrs Allen Ilinton is quito ill at this tom is visiting relatives at n writing Mrs AVIncholl is also very sick trestle Misses Mittlolilnton and Clara Ditto Mr David Marshal of Hnwcsvillo was paid a visit at Mr Jeff Lewis last Sun Â¬ tho guest of hia Sugar tree Run girl last day Thursday Mr Willie Bryant of Gorman Ridge We hear tho old men say wo have cold r weather this April than ha been for Ind was tho guest of Miss Maggie Weld man lat Sunday 42 years before Â¬ Sugar-tree-Ru- A Flea ForTheHens Dr C A Robinson in the Planter and Merti verbal description Stockman says As wo conduct our is quite inadquato to stock farming wo prepare tho best of givo a proper idea of our homes for our stock yet never so much new Spring Goods as give n thought to the poultry Every Bring your eyes witli you and keep them wido day as regularly as we eat wo feed our open and youll bo horses and cattle and take special pains charmed with the many to water them We slop tho hogs as pretty and seasonable carefully as wo feed our horses yet if things we have to show a poor chicken driven by hunger flies you Our prices will charm you as well It into the hog pen to pick up a few grains is impossible for us to of corn wo mako a specialty of throwing name the goods or the and clubs at it and if perchance rocks prices Wnat we want we kill one wo proceed to devour it for you to do is to come and make a personal in- Â¬ dinner yet we expect tho poultry and vestigation We have eggs to buy our groceries and many other genuine bargains such things Wo dread to feed tho chichens as you will not find at in winter unless they aro continually any other houso Peo plo who come to us from dropping eggs We say that we can see miles away say that no profit in feeding hens when they do ours is the Greatest not pay their way yet wo go on and on Bargain Houso they ever visited It will pay What tho Olergy Say About stuffing tho shoats cramming tho calves you to make us a visit housing the lambs and taking care of tho THE also if you havent al colta which produco not a single cent leady done so for their board except their prospective worth when they nro full grown while chickens if they havo the samo care Rev Robert M Barrett Baptist Semi Â¬ and housing that the other stock gets nary LouiBvllle Ky I gladly add will pay for themselves many times over my testimonial to that of many witnesses There aro many men living on farms for the Electropolsc Besides other ser- Â¬ who are not satisfied to do general farm Â¬ ious troubles I have cured a severe at- Â¬ ing who could mako a success as poultry tack of la grippe in ono nights treat- Â¬ specialists ment Pleased With Cloverport Rov W W Bruce Hustonvlllo Ky My work began as pastor of Clovor With tho Electropoiso I have cured a bad case of opium habit in less than two port church with the first of April I months time tho patient now has n havo nover received a warmer welcome nor have I ever entered a field under desiro for tho drug flattering circumstances The Editorial from Central Methodist moro ladies had our houso in readiness when Catlettaburg Ky Rev Z Meek Editor Unless ten thousand men mainly pro- Â¬ wo came haying given It a thorough fessional men lawyers doctors editors cleaning and having papered tho portion preachers and all classes including the that was not papered Wo cannot re gBIG SPRING KY writer aro very much mistaken the count all tho acta of kindness in tho way Electropoiso effects cures givca relief of donations that filled up tho first week whero all other remedies have failed but on Tuesday ovoning following our especially is it ellicaclous in delicato arrival our home was surprised by a se- Â¬ feeblo women vere storm cloud which buret in copious showers of good things to eat Our Rev Geo II Means Covington Ky In ono nights time the Electropoiso hearts and our hands shall always be ready to the gratitudo we feel SOLIOITINC3 FOR rolieved me of brain congestion and ver- Â¬ for theso express of kindness We havo tokens tigo My wifo was relieved of a severe received twelve iuto tho church during Protective the last week Yesterday afternoon attack of neuralgia in ono hour while tho heavens smiled upon the Rov John I Rogers Danville Ky AND waters of the Ohjo I led eight A kinswoman of mine who was appar Â¬ Slacid and buried thorn with Christ in Cpllection Agency ently rapidly sinking into the grave sufÂ¬ baptism There wero between four and fering with sciatic rheumatism and in five hundred seated along the shore to THIS IS NO HUMBUG witness tho scene extreme pain day and night in a very Cloverport Ky AprilW B Rutleikib 10 1804 short time obtained freedom from all Western Recorder BIG PAY TO THE RIGHT MAN pain walks without crutchor cane and NOTICE declares that she is well It is a mystery Headquarters BOWLINi ORgEN KY Taken up as astray by McCaga Dowell living to me almost a mirolo an llsrdlni Creek three miles north ol liar Rev W F Wyatt Morning View Ky dlnburif In llrcckenrlnire county on the jd hev lnitone bay on end I began to improve from tho first ap- Â¬ InK white spot boric ageofabout four years hand nose and ljf high but having no brands or other marks and Two years old wll b three Jnuo JJ 1S94 plication of tho wondor working gem1 which have ajpnratscd at the value of sixty niack with all the points 14 hands high very my goneral health is better than It has dollars stylish and highly brad Yor further Informs Witness my band this isth day of April 1894 tlpn or particulars call on or address been in years I beliovo it to bo a God UJMIIACKJJBC7 WILLIAM UEAUD given remedy HarJlnsburK Ky NOTICE Address DuBoIs Webb 600 Fourth All Administrators and Ouardlans who are NOTICE behind with their settlements In the County for street Louisville Ky Strayed from kit residence nine miles east of more than two years must come forward and settle The late law Imposts a fine of io per Owensburo one bay horse 4 years old slim for circulars free tSr Send da- - upon all those who fall to make their settle Â¬ made Kalwd In Qrayswi county Last seen In western Dart of HrMkcnridge about ten daya ment within the time Pfvscdbwl bylaw Dr Prices CrMm Baklag PowcUr TIIOMA8AWfiONJudM airo Liberal reward fa return whereabouts m BreekemWge County Court ax jroifttoH Hb r- Worlds Fair Hlf BMt Award HPT Respectfully I most cordially invito tho public to call and inspect my Stock of Goods and 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 patronage in the past and I most earnestly solicit your patronage in the futuro No ono will appreciate your trade moro than I and no ono shall sell you goods cheaper than I Remembor that I take all kinds of Country Produco in exchange for merchandise for which I always pay the highest market price and I always sell my goods nt Rock Bottom Prices that I havo over carried GOODS V 41 C E BRYANT GrTTSTOnST The Best Shoes for the Least Money m iecy f stPB W 5 L DOUGLAS GENTLEMEN 03 SHOE S3 t ELECTROPOISE Jacob an 4 and S360 Dross Shoo SO Police Shoo 3 80I00 S260 62 for Worklngmon 82 and 175 for Boys LADIES AND m H mto - mr yc - UVr UnrsaJasasaWesasasasaSrv mS3s2zrx IAlHI Baaamj 1 UYHLMPLWW f MM z rumAtB I I xvsBa VsaVI XiJLfe MISSES xv imt3rrisa II II Wi I V Meyer - W L DOUCLAS Shoes are stylish easy fitting and give better atlifactlon at the prices advertised than any other make Try one pair and be con Â¬ vinced The stamping of W L Douglas name and price on the bottom which guarantees their value saves thousands of dollars annually to those who wear them Dealers who push the sale of W L Douglas Shoes gain customers which helps to Increase the sales on their full line of goods Thoy can aflorU to sell at a less profit money by buying nil your footwear bello ttdTeot Catalogue free upon application W X DOOOLAS of the dealer Used belo Brockton JsUssT Vg nrijixx - vsv r s v f - mm VLHtti uu Tr Kw uoira ai a rraud JL I1K WMKIAMi CAUTION If any dernier offers you W L Dotiarlas ahoea aft at reduced nrira MLV out that name stamped i trnife un iu uoitom put mm eam 93 8250 2 175 eiigy2g star ky ky Jl O luuuuHimuiUft SXJLKElRS cloverport J J Agents Wanted BOUHNE 0 DOUHNE M M McG lothlan Co union 4 H - HARPER DANIEL DH00KS HARPER BROOKS CO fe Lovings Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE BOURBON mi 11 Vw HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVILI 111 STOCK YARDS mii KY ii saaaasMaa JACK FOR SALE Nf i t sawsasMWBIMBpaiBMHtjSMsar