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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 A THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY iltti rnilned li use in the sen lei of hid 1 never expect to speak writi or in any way nsi tho mind God I as given me to I did not know that nerve the devil hid stepped so hard on Hiroeeos toes It Is the Legitimate Result of till ho arched his back and began o publican Teachings and Uamiiikii spit 1 VOL XVIII JSHkV i MAY 2 1894 WJL AJh J NO 41 wi Loves Young Dream ttoml at ne nt the tun ivrnl down Ilyllie whiilmv of my timiililr limni fMYhetcwrte tunrjrs an noil Mil ilnwn Slijly iipllltnl In my own 1 CQXEYARMY ReÂ¬ IVORY ii E3J22S3S2MI H3Bg5SB8Ks8KSSB5g lijrnrHxjrrnryr LjUJLjLJi L V He tat with A paper m If he crc trailing With n look on hi face so pttranant to seel YAnd nhlt he could know that my heart wn bleeding lor 111 in who win more than a stranger to me only a stranger I know you would sjyf And how could lie be a n 1 n tr to me t lor I had only known him a week and n day Hut why had my heart ceased to he free f 5Hw 4m TrvingtonT Mr Hunter Ilarduway of was In town Saturday 1U Encouragoment I RACKET STORE Having Just received from tlio only market not Cincinnati tho remainder of our Spring Goods which havo been bought not from Old Long Winded Discount Jobbers but from concerns that make Spot Cosh Prices and from under tlio Red Flag whero it is money or no goods No other house in tho country will dare admit thnt they attend tlio Ifig Auction Sales but say they dont handle nny auction trash lte wai wleyville A f t fie was pcttul and spoiled and hard to pleae Hut handsome and jolty was he He would And hae Ills hair was brushed back from his forehead And his cyts with laughter shone Hut he knew nothing of the tears that were shed Or the sorrowful look of my own I tossed apple seeds on his paper lauitli quarrel and tesiie his own fun with me slvat And thcirducked my curly brown head Hut he soon caught on to my clildlsh caper And looking up to me he satdt I caught j ou thts time my little miss ltat lug his soft gray cjes And from hlshngers he wafted A kiss And in this kiss many tweet secret He Hut the time came when wc had to part And now my heart is empty and cold Hut I try toll chierful and play my part Though t suffer tortures untold I was only a child most people would say Hut a year has passed since I met my fate Hut I find to my sorrow It dont pass away Too And my sad heart beats with the words lute Rood live dear friends I mutt go With a heart that beats hard for the patt TIs to mtet my new love that I have to go Oh help a broken heart how long must it l Ijtestllle Ky April la 1S11 j ut I fi ft 1- - SAINTCJEET Rambler Attends Iho Meeting of tlio Green River Holiness Association And Writes of Her Experience tho Road and at The on Assemblings ROASTS SIROCCO ltoiuriw ICy April II 1804 Editor Iskws 1 should have written to you be foro leaving home declining tho honor of being tlio McDaniela correspondent but was very busy and this is tho first timol Imvo bad to spare Please get another correspondent We that In Rhv U A CundiiTaml I left McDnniels Monday morning for u Cfcndeano at which place we took tho train for Foidsvillo where wo arriyed early in the afternoon and found friends and homes awaiting us Did you know Fordavillo is a real town I was sur- Â¬ prised to find it so large with so many signs of thrift and enterprise Wo pass ed a pleasant time with Mr W Tabor and his pleasant wife t- liro CundiiT preached at night to a congregation of real live Methodist It V sounded like nn old fashioned camp meeting to hear the loud nmens of tho One good man who had lost brethren tho blessing of perfect love was reclaim- Â¬ ed or at least received the sanctifying power again It would have done nny ono who has tho love of God in their souls good to see him walking down the aisle shouting and telling the people what God had done for his soul A sad thing happened a few days be Â¬ A young lady was fore wo wero there preparing to elope with a young man A who was not favored by Iter father letter was intercepted her father was informed of their plans and tho ar Â¬ rangements wero suddenly stopped Result the young lady lost her mind and when wo arrived there she was a raving maniac- Mr Editor dont tell tlio girls I said soforI lovo to stand in with the dear creatures but I do think they nro tho silliest things out to think that ono would loso her mind for a man Tuesday wo took another accommoda- Â¬ tion traInaLcoinmodation for the benefit of the railroad company and crawled mi Found great changes into Owensboro there in the past fow months Falls of Hough depot away up yonder somo fee where electric cars on all tho street car m lines and soon adlibitnm Took dinner JW nt tho St Francis hotel then on to Itobnrds Wo are hero tho guests of tljoso princely entertainers Mr and Mrs Jumes Otey our good friends of other yonrs Tho Green Iliver Holiness Association met hero Tuesday at 8 p in with tho O Lord of Hosts as ono of tho number Iltw A A Niles n Uaptlst told us again of tho thousands bo had been in Â¬ strumental in getting converted and sanctified Itov 0 L Leonard gave a glowing description of the power of God in converting and sanctifying tho people in Sweden Norway Franco England he has i njid Ireland in which countries ficcn evangelizing H II Prather tho b song evangelist of Slaughtcrsvlllu is leading tho music his little girl about ten years old converted and sanctified is organist Tho brethron aro coming in lle mminS 18 Biarri out HJ811although the dovll tried hard pieaeaui to proV ly vent Its being new I am bo much obliged to Sirocco for tailing me a much needed truth It was pure cowardice that kept me silent when he woe writing so disgustingly about the Hinetirled people I thank Lini most hettrtlly and after this wlwnever I think it to my duty to sptjak an WrRe far aay Intend toVJian4 bltwy sjtyWar oloinH As to wyHirt having mh MMHgli to need have I am ilMt J by any ant V Â¬ p t I f m MjfaVCfcaV -- wy bonds The truth is theso men aro not seek Â¬ ing work nt all they aro trying to live without work Their absurd theories aro not new tho Kopublicans and tho Protectionists have for a generation been proclaiming just theso theories of the relation of tho Government to tho citi- Â¬ zen and the wholo fabric of protection rests on just theso assumptions Tlio tariff is wo aro told imposed to protect labor to securo steady work for overy man it American wages If tho Government has tho right to do this indirectly it has the right to do it directly Ifhnvingtho rightono method falls then it is tlio duty of the Govern- Â¬ ment to adopt another Tho Keed Congress voted subsidies to ship owners subsidies to sugnr plantcrs and protection to manufacturers If this wero right and just then there is nothing unreasonable In tho demand of Coxey and Kelly and their nrmy of tramps Theso men nro ignorant and deluded It is no part of government to furnish work to anybody or to maintain wages Tho Government can only pay wages by taxation that Is by seizing tho earn- Â¬ ings of tho industrious and distributing them among others less industiious Taxation for any such purpose is rob- Â¬ bery it matters not whether it is dono Burckhardt Richardson A quiet and beautiful marriago was that under a protective taritT a bill granting bounties or by Coxeys bills to build of Miss Katie M Burckhnrdt of Bowley roads simply to givo employment to the vllle to Mr Mc II Richardson of Idle Jeado County which was solemizcd nt If wo sow the wink wo shall reap tho tho Bewleyvillo Methodist church on whirlwlne Tho theories taught by Wednesday April 11 nt 4 oclock p in Lodge by Reed and The happy pair wero preceded to tho Senators Hoar and McKinloy will as suroly lead to such K Drury altar by ushers Messrs Geo to day as Hunter Hardaway Herbert Cain and outbreaks as thoso wo witness will the sowing of wheat bring tho har- Â¬ Henry Drury where the vows wero of vest of bread received by tho Itov G S Shell Protection has failed to givo tho steady Miss Cloverport undo of tho bride wages promised but Nellie Henderson presided nt tho organ work and tho high man- Â¬ why would Hoar and Keed stop with and rendered in a most expressive Why not do for Coxeys tramps ner the wedding march from Mendels- Â¬ thnt what they promised to do for everybody sohn during tho entrance of tlio party not do for them what was dono for Call mo thlno own was softly played Why and sugar planters and ship owners during tho ceremony Tho brido who Mr Morgan and others propose to is a niece of Mr and Mrs Alonzo Ben- - what ett of this place with whom she has do for Warner Millers ship canal in resided for the past six years is ono of Nicaragua The danger the solo danger in this our most charming and accomplished is that it is entirely logical young ladies sho looked modest and outbreak But tho sober second thought of tho becoming beautiful in nn elegant and will right it all Thoy street costume of ono ot tho new shades American people havo been tolerant of folly but they are groom isoneofMeado and materials tho is Countys rising young men After tho not fools Relief not to bo found in Is Mrs Richardson left tho way suggested by Mr Coxey it ceremony Mr and only another wrong added to wrongs in for Louisville whero Mr Richardson is Wo must turn about and engaged in tho rovenuo servico and numeiablo divorce Government from all business where they will reside and all industry saying to Coxey and Quay to promoters of tho Nicaragua In Memory canal and servico pension bills that tho Wo are sorry to say that God has seen Government depends solely on tho peo- Â¬ fit to call away from us our loved friend ple for all It lias or can luive that it Mrs Handle McGavock who died April cannot create work any more than it can Sho was afllictcd create money and 7 1801 ago 07 years that tho only way a for several months and all was dono for man can earn bread is by tho sweat of her that could bo done and at last tho his brow Every citizen must caro for tlmo had come that sho must depart from himself and then for tho Government us and thank God sho was ready to and not look for tho Government to give meet her God in peaco Sho left a hus Â¬ him work or bounties or subsidies of band Be von children and a hosto of any kind Louisvillo Post relatives and friends to mourn her loss A revivifying of natures latent forces Mrs McGavock will bo missed at homo and by all who knew her as she mado occurs overy spring At this tlmo bet- Â¬ her self pleasant with overy body ter than at any other the blood may bo Many pleasant hours have I spent cleansed from tho humors which infest around her family circle She lived a it Tho best and most popular remedy true christian until death ller funeral to uso for this purpose is Aycrs Com- Â¬ was preached at her homo by Rev Shel- Â¬ pound Extract of Sarsaparilla ly of Cloverport after which her re Â¬ SAMPLE mains were ajd to rest on tho farm of her home Husband and children weep Items aro scarce not as thoso who have no hope sho is Farmers aro busy planting corn but gono before Mr Luni Illgdon is building a black Â¬ To Zlons peaceful courts above smith Bhop In this place In lallli triumphant may we soar Miss Lillio McQuady entertained quite Kmbracing in Hsu anna of love n crowd of young folks Sunday The friends not lost but gone bcfoie Mora Galloway Mr Taylor Bosham Is frequently seon Go it Tayloryoure still in It bore Miss Blanche Connor has been visiting Mr Eugene Connor of this place Some of our boys aro well pleased Mr Arthur Mattlngly returnon from Louisvillo Sunday accompanied by Mr Jesse Miller of Cloverport A young gcutloman of this vicinity DUHDENS A WOMANS aro lightened when sho turn to the right and surrounding country called to see medicine It her existence w made gloomy his best girl the other day when lo and delicate deranget by the chronlo w oak net menU and painful disorders thntillllct her belmld he was met at the door by the and emancipation sex tho win find relief fair one accompanied by iter broom from her trouble In Dr Ilercen Favorite ho juat let He didnt say goodbyo overworked nervous Prescription If or run down the baa new life aau trtrenata thar after using this remarkable remedy Its o powerful invigorating tonic and nervine May I do want to be thought a good which was discovered and used by an em laentrtyiilcteB fur manyyears In aU case talker Now what do you advise me to of tfemafe eoHHrtftWt and weaknesses do For young girls just entering womanhood aVito frtieM cfcWeof life1 Madge Never open your mouth for In beaalng dqwtf sensaUkna Mriodleal PIM lilritrijiin luHsiiniaAfoj sM every kindred Dr Prkea CrM Baking Pevvdar falf t bewsstt or eura allwSl It Â¬ MrJefso Herndon went to IaiiIavIIIu Friday on n business trip Mrs Lewis is tho guest of her daugh ter Mrs Kate L Bennett Mr Charles Patterson tf Gin ton at Â¬ tended church here Sunday Mr Henry Knapp and wife mado a living trip to Louisville Friday For neat cheap and ftahiotiablo milli- Â¬ nery call on Miss Lury Taylor Mrs Kate L Uennett went to Louis vlllo Friday to remain soveral days Mr and Mrs Albeit Newman of Lou- Â¬ isville are visiting Mr Bate Washington Miss Mary Chi comb has been indis Â¬ posed for several days but Is much bet Â¬ ter now Miss Frances Goodson spent a few days at Valley Station last week the guest of her parents Mr Jim Kusty of Webster nttended church hero Sunday and was the guest of Mr F P Hagood Mrs Annio Herndon and daughter Batie wero tho guests of Mrs Mary Mun ford Saturday and Sunday Mr G W Brown went to Louisville last Tuesday on business connected with the Phoenix Bridge Co If you wish to see tho most stylish and becoming hats in town call nt Mits Lucy Taylors millinery store Itov W It Cullotn of the Seminary gave us two splendid sermons Sunday Ho always preaches to a crowded houso Mies Eunine Mutifurd returned homo from Louisvillo Sunday she has been very pleasantly entertained by Mrs Suo Tydings Wo oxtond our heart felt sympathy to Mrs Hattio iriniicll in this her great- Â¬ Knowing her many est bereavement staunch friends we feel she is surround ed and comforted by their ministrations MissSallio Harris returned Saturday after a prolonged visit to Louisville She was tho uuest of her brother and sister Dr and Mrs Clint Kelly who lost one of their sons wltn typhoid fever three weeks ago Â¬ Schooling of Thirty Years of Do colt and Fraud Has Brought tho Pooplo to This THEY SOWED THE WIND The marching of Coxeys alleged army on Washington need cause neither sur prise nor alarm The demonstration is not of a charac- Â¬ ter to threaten either the peach of the nation or the safety of our institutions Tlieso men say that they desiro only woikthnt they are willing to work eight hours and no more for 1 50 that they think tho Government owes work to idle men and that they aro willing to tnko Government paper either notes or Â¬ 56AP SV ta - ZjOo3s Over A tae A tine 25 ollOT7irig - Prices - LADIES - FURNISHINGS SPECIAL DRIVES of cologne for 15 ilinnctte shirt lor 25c worth 50c A pure leather back horse brush worth 50c our price only oc llesi four row tooth brush worth 15c for loc llest calf finish poclutbook worth 50c for c hottlc isv fK CINTt J At knock down ami drag out prices This ic ntfdlrs ic i pipiT Ituhbcr tip pencils ic or N ilozen 6 sheets com mercill note paper ic 5 envelopes for it Nothree hook purees 2C co llest Itest call net liilr pins 4c A nice tallies vest jc CLOTHING Â¬ FOR CLOTHES THC PROCTER a OAMOLE CO REST IN PEACE Death of Mrs William Williams at Her Home In Evansvillo Indiana Funeral services wore held in Kvans vllle Intl April 1 nt 2 p in by Rev Cross of tho First Baptist church over tlio remains of Mis Fnnnlo Williams wlfo of Win WillinniB nt their latu resi- Â¬ The indence on Upper Wnter street terment was at Oak Hilt cemetery Mrs Williams died on Thursday last of typhoid fever sho had been in ill health for a long time prior to her last Illness of only three weeks and w hen attacked by tho fever in her wenkened condition sho was tumbled to withstand its ravages Her husband and Jutbe ono year old survive her Tho deceased was twenty three years old her former homo was Stephensport Ky where sho was mar Â¬ ried five ytnrs ago Four months nfter their marriage they removed to Kvans ville Intl and havo sinco resided thcro Mr Williams was employed as engineer on his fathers boat steamer Blue Wing then plying between Kvansville nnd Rochester Ky nnd has since been emCo cloth ployed by Vol M Schmitz ing houso Tho deceaseds mother and fattier Mr nnd Mrs John S French nnd sister Miss Maxio havo been residents of Kvansville Mrs Frenchs four years and a half sister Airs Jennie Farmer nfter a long siege of consumption was laid to rest one month ago in Locust Hill cemetery Mrs of Cnpt Williams was a daughter-in-laR T Williams of steamer J C Kerr Many iloral offerings wero sent in respect Tlio husband mother and sympathy fathersi8ter mid relatives havo tho sym Â¬ pathy of many admiring friends 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Nicer quality luc Something noliliy ic Latiics snea Uoe worth 25c for 15c Imported linen torchon laces from 3 to 15c per yard llnc linen torchon 4 Inches wide 10 and per jard Nicest edges l j per vard Finest a enclennes A 1oint Delrland lacrsjlnrh wide nnd In liemtllul patterns only 10 and 15c per yard V e have the nicest patterns In Ham I ni r t nnd Swiss einlimderies and in scrtlnKS ever opened In this county and our prices nre at lenst jo per cent cheaper than those of otlur concerns ir only ioc ami 15c 4 nice percale ties 5c Four ply linen cutTs only 15c other places 25c Collar buttons best bone 5c do Itest gross grain silk scarls for only loc worth 3tc toot 4 ply linen collir turndown c Come ami jou will find prices always Wc offer to our trade good values In this line not shoddy stull either but from one of the most extensive manufactures In the east Come and try my prices They are alwaS rock bottom My trade Is Increasing In this line and people arc recognizing my way Is the oily way Take your measure free of chargr nml you hae an outfit worth In Â¬ spection tuiranteed perfect fit in every case Come and see make the price that will suit you right Many advantages gicn to my trade In this line Sand 20 Hi granulated soger forflno 20 and 21 Hi nest C Sugar tor too Ilcst ltlo Codec only JJC lb other places toe molasses per gallon 45c llesl N GHOGHIIBS ic - OUTFITTER - CASH BEFORE DELIVERY Coal oil 10c other houses same arti- Â¬ cle Hammer brand soda loc 1 pkgs Arm or pkge for 4c A few worde as to my methods of buvlng nnd selling nnd those Old Moss back Credit Houses Suppose two buyers were to walk into a home One says I want to buy 50 cases of goods on four months credit Whats your pricoV Tho proprietor squirms and kicks around and ilgures up as follows loss of interest ono percent extra risk of failure live per cent risk of delay ono per cent I will Bell at 100 net Our man says our trade demands 2o0 cases for which I will pay Bpot cash What is your prico 02 cents Let us follow up these goods still further nnd remember we nro not speaking of regular staple goods not miction sundries in I can frequently givo you 50 per cent ndvnntage which Tho Credit Moss back Jobber geWin his goods at a dollar Ho pursues tho setfFamo nrgument tlio manufacturer did only on a bigger scale Ho argues loss of Interest per cent risk of delay 2 per cent dead risk and to mako tho losses which uro suio to occur by bad debts add 8 per cent This you see U estimating low Now add up these extra taxes and say the manufacturer adds 8 per cent the Moss baek Jobbci ll per cent total 21 per cent which must bo paid and tlio goods must ho sold at aLovo their intiitisic value Tho goods 1 pay 02 cents for nro oflered to any and nil who have tlio cash nt cents Now there Is ujiractical explanation of tho diilerenco between my system nnd the old regu Â¬ lars who purchase of the thirty sixty and ninty day credit concerns Ill leave to anyone who possesses a sin Â¬ gle grain of White Horeo Sense that nnyono whobuys on eternal time nnd Bells on Biune basis it cant bo long lieforo ho reaches the end of his ropo Theres no middle course Why cant the margin of prolits nt tho end bu bought at and selling end be cut to the miiuiiniun V It does mo lots of good to cut the life out of profits People reeognie values nnd aro ready to grab bagains For installed lend pencils onlinarly retailing nt 2 for I sell at 1 cent eacli or 8 cents a dozen 5 cents 50 envelopes 5 cents Good commercial notu paper uO sheets for 5 cents A good ndamautino pin nt 1 cent par paper other houses 5 cents 15est brass pins only It cents cant be duplicated in no other house under S cents lor satno aticle 15est buckskin Il hook purses 5 cents and dozans of other articles to numerous to name on account of space Nothing nHbrds me more pleasure to bo able to by securing n bargain to mark it at a price that will astonish all 15 Â¬ NO PILING- ON PEOFITS - G L BITKCH WILLOW DALE Mr W V Gcrkins was In Louisvillo on business Saturday Mrs Fred Key spent tho afternoon with Mrs Bell Gerkins Friday Miss Emma Withers spent tin after- Â¬ noon with Miss Ktta Gerkins Thursday Misses Fannie Haynes and Ktta Gcr- Â¬ kins wero guests ot Mrs W 15 Withers Friday Mr T Koy of Auburn Ky was tlio guest of Ills son Mr Fred Key last Tuesday Miss Katlo Withers entertained quite n number of her young lady friends last Sunday afternoon Mr Wilber Smith ono of Muldrnughs dashing young gentlemen was at this place ono day last weok MIes Allco Itosohas been real sick but Hope sho is somewhat improved now will be out in a few days This weather is somowhat discouraging to tho farmers as it will mako them lato in getting their crops planted Mr W 0 Haynes ono of our most popular young gentlemen was out tak Â¬ ing tho school census Wednesdny Quito n number of young folks from this placo attended a social given by Mrs Winterbowor nt Muldraugh liubt Saturday evening All report n good timo Mrs Mnrtha Haynes and her grand daughters Klla and Mary havo loturned to their homo in Urnndonburg after spending sovoral days with W II With Â¬ ers and family MOOLEYV1LLE KY BRAND New Novel NEW OF STOCK Dry Goods For dyspepsia or stomach derange ments no other remedy can bo found so pleasant prompt and effective as Ayers Cathartic Pills Â¬ and HITES RUN Plenty of April showers Items of interest nro very scarce Mt Joseph lot us hear from you Mr F II Smart is on tho sick list Persimmon Flat let us hear from you Fishing nnd duck hunting is all tho go Farmers aro making preparation for planting corn Mr Jack Walker is very ill at this writing There has been soveral log liftings in this neighborhood this spring Miss Bettlo Hawkins visited Miss Zoo Johnson Saturday and Sunday Mr Richard Hawkins was tlio guest of Miss Cordelia Coshman Sunday Mr J W Smith is tlio man to carry news o tho oflice for publication Miss Faunlo Bowman has gono homo to attend her sister who Is very ill There is a young lady in this vicinity who sings Charlie is a ladys man Mr Charllo Furrow is making prepara Â¬ tion for a largo crop Ho la n hustling farmer Rev Duggins of Bothol will preach at this place tho second Sunday in May at 4 oclock p in Everybody invited Rev I 0 Argabright filled his regular appointment nt this place Sunday with a good attendance and ono addition to tho church desirable GOc Has been purchased by us at on the dollar at a great New York i ou may jmlgo Which wo will put on sale and continue until sold from tho following quotations of a few article FORCED SALEt Prices on Entire Stock Mens Outing Shirts worth prico 25c Best Blue Culicoo 4 c Yard wide Hoosier Cotton 4 0 Mens Socks wortli 10 c at 5 c Nlco Ginghams 4 c Huck Crash worth 7 at 5 c Marseilles Spreads worth 150 sale prico l8c Lnco Curtains wth 125 sale prico 7oc Lnco Curtains wth 150 sale prico 00c Laco Scrim wortli 10c salo prico 5c oOc salo Heavy Ingrain Carpets worth Toe salo price 24 c Kxtra quality worth 40 45 sale price Ltc Straw Matting nlco quality 10 12 nnd 15 c Special salo Window Shades wortli 50c salo price 25c Como with great expectations and you will have them more than realized GEOYEAKRLGO BRANDENBURG KY Fond Mother Oh professor will you try my daughters voice The Professor No madamo nobody but n justice oi tlio supreme court is in The promptness and certainty of its cares havo made Chamberlains Cough to try it Remedy famous It is Intended espec ially for coughs colds croup and whoopIahk Ohesitv from will reduce your weight ing coughs and is tho most effectual IlHMANIVriY Tills I J to 15 pounds a month sickness 6r Injury NO 1Ull remedy known for these diseases Mr Nt STAUV1MJ build up the health tand beauli IIC1TY They complexion leaving NO WIllNKlIS or 0 B Main of Union City Pa says ty the tlabblniss STOUT AIUIOMIINS nnd ullhcult I havo a great sale on Chamberlains breathlnir surely relieved M iXliiIMiNT scientirlc and positive relict adopted only Cough Remedy I warrant every bottle but a years of experience All orders supplied after per packai nnd havo nover heard of one failing to direct from our ollico lrlco byJoimail postpaid or three ruckack for fjcn 50 cent bottles Testimonials and particulars scaled lets give entire satisfaction for sale by A It Fisher Cloverport Ky All Correspondence Strictly Confidential Boston Mass PARK REMEDY GO and Klneheloo Meador Co Hardins- burg Ky Â¬ Â¬ And other Vehicles Harness and Saddles Unecrualed in Style Workmanship BUGGIES and Durability HARNESS CO At llaiiiilucltircrs Top Buggy Road Wagon Iuclory lrlccs Jreo on bouril at Cliicltuiutl CINCINNATI O at 45 00 32 00 62 SO 76 00 11 11 O FAT PEOPLE NATIONAL CARRIAGE Phaeton Surrey Carriage Spring Wagon Road Cart No 00J Buggy Harness No 1080 Barouche Harness No 1177 Light Double Harness No 1202 Team Harness 132 50 45 00 m 11 II 5 10 15 17 a ii 00 25 75 75 yeu bava your money back er low Tho work v ould nkaM Our Prices on other Styles and Grades aro e Died you and give entiro satisfaction Try It onco and you will havo no other At the home of her father Mr Sam Our vehicles Harness and Saddles include a full and completo 11 ne Bowman April 20 at J oclock a in If yon intend to purchaso a Vehicle Harness or Saddle dont fall to sio or correspond with Sho leaves a hus- Â¬ Mrs Dennlo Ball I VV band father mother relatives and many Sho was a friends to mourn her loss HARDINSBURQ KY momber of the Baptist church and a de- Â¬ Her remains were vout Christian Who has Illustrated Descriptive Catalogue qnd Price JAM of our fall line1 He respectfully solicits your patronage and will cheerfully answer any furthwinquiriw placed iu the cemetery at the Corinth CLOVERPORT KY you may desire to make church on Friday and quite a crowd fol- Â¬ T OvveH Ilasl to the grave She was loved Ollico with Drof J lowed her Is that any Object to yon He Can save Yon Money KHd Hrldlte She waa about at AU kinds of Distal work duns sad iUi by all who knew her fistloB gsrsBts4 twenty one years of age Dr J L Moorman 00 IT II Resident Dentist T F McCLURE Agent try hcim H - 4iV AaS lJKj vE iinpf f rf M- - n iTt WWtTMWMWIIIWW V- - iKwpwiffio muffimm M trrtrKtiinmttntlA TirT r 2 Breckenridge Jo Si Vi THR BRKGKBNRIDGH NEWS OLOYRRFORT KY News L HARDINSBURQ H OOlXO 0 Ballg Edllon tad Proprlitri 1801 WEDNESDAY MAY 2 W TIME TABLE WMl Paiitngtr Dally arr Hardlnibarg lJill pm SIX PAGES Hard Times You Sny Must Cut My Advertising Are You Wise Reflect Though timet are hard there is a lot or builneia to be hail Dont lollow the others Keep who are cared and itop advertising at It ami secure a good share of the busi Â¬ ness to be obtained aoixo CUT Passenger Dally arr Ilardlniburc 7i40 am Crab cider at R E Mattinglys Cigars and tobnecoat It K Mattiso- - IY8 Roland Smith Stcphensport was hero Monday Further The outlook Is better Keep your ad vertisemenl going you will be there when the boom comes and get the cream the timid will come after and take the sklmm ed milk The Breckenridge News Roes Into over 1000 homes In Ilrecken This ridge Meade and Hancock counties means over ten thousand readers Just think of what a vast audience you will talk to DEMOCRATIC TICKET For County Judge JOHN ALLEN MUKKAV For County Attorney MILTON BOARD For County Clerk R C RICHARDSON For Sheriff F K RHODES For Aiscsior HENRY GARNER For Surveyor A A LallEIST For Jailer J 6 DeJERNETTE For Coroner WM EMBRY A company for itiK the Commonweal is he organized at Paducah reviving in this town Our brick plants aro all in active operation this week llUBiNEsfl is Just at the present time Oweneboro is in all the throes ol selecting a name for n new park of our deeply interesting serial A Fight for Millions is published on another page of this is- Â¬ The second installment sue Ex 1omckmav JciriJurdett of boro was lined 100 last week Circuit Court of Daviess county ing Wyatt T insley nn old negro year ago Owens Browns excursion Saturday Juno 2 Walt for It J H Lennin qualified as Police Judgo last Monday Everything good to cat can bo had at Bros Hardin Read tho notice of Judge Adkisson in another column Dr A A Simons Cloverport was hero last Monday The bett brands of cigars and tobacco at R E Mattinglys Mr and Mrs J A Witt visited Clo-Â¬ verport last Sunday The best of order always maintained on Browns excursions Stop at tho Hambleton House when you go to Hardlnsburg John Robinsons circus will be here about tho 15th of June Mr Jolly Meador was able to bo up tow n a few days lost week Confectioneries of all kinds fresh and nice at It E Mattinoiys Mrs A M DeJernette has given her residence a fresh coat of paint No barbed wiro hiirh priced fence nround our goods Hardin Co was Mr J Allen Dean Owensboro hero last week on legal business Born to the wife of Robt N Board Hanson Texas April 20th a boy A good second band phaeton for sale Coleman Haswkii or trade Rov F R Roberts has recently been appointed Postmaster at West View For a good lunch go to It E Matting lys on south side Court house square Morris Eskridgo and J II Lennin were in Louisville a few days last week Mr David It Murray Cloverpoit was hero last Saturday on legal business Eon Sam A good brood mare Works V G Bauuaok and saddles well Dont forget the dato of Browns ex cursion to Louisville Saturday June 2 Judge J A Murray wife and children havo taken rooms at tho Hardinsburg Hotel Mentioning tho fact in this column n that somo parties skipped tho town and left a board and livery bill unpaid must not bo taken vs an evidence that such tricks nro common here On tho other bond It is rarely tho case that wo havo comets nud goers who fail to settle all bills Tho hotels aro run by prudi nt accommodating nfen and their guests as a nile are those who pay Mr M M Gllmore the He sajs man was hero Monday he will start with his machine soon at He will not visit Leavenworth I ml Hardinsburg unlets lie can make it a point to bo lioro on the day of Robin- Â¬ Ho says Mr Thomas sons circus DulTey talks of quitting tho railroad business and taking an intertst with him In tho There is n big salo of fertilizers in this town Fivo years ago when they first began the salo of fertilizers B F Beard A Co say that ono car load was tho ex tent of their sales tho first year Tho trade on tho article lias grown so that this year they Ray their sales will reach Hook Miller A Co eighty five tons also have n largo Undo in fertilizers Every farmer in the country that raises anything liko a crop ha dly thinks of starting into the planting season now without a good supply of fertilizer For tho first time probably within tho history of the place the little city of Brandenburg at this session of Circuit Court had tho presence of a negro law- Â¬ Mr Yancy is tho name of the yer colored gentleman and his first case there was a defense for another negro whom the jury sent to the penitentiary for twenty years Yancy camo here Monday and I understand will attend tho session of Circuit Court hero tho 2d Monday in Slay Ho hails from few weeks ago meiry-go-round merry-go-round Â¬ BRANDENBURG Miss Jennie Hardin has a handsome upright piano Mm J W Rlcliardpon went to Louisville Mondiy to shop for her friends Mips Agnes Worland returned to her school St Benedict lust Saturday night Vlruo Kaey colored was sent to tho Grimes penitentiary for twenty years while three years Tho Brandenburg club and the Fon taine Fields had a gamo of base bull last Sunday with tho F F victorous Mrs Gough sent beautiful marchiel nlel buds to Minnie and ornugo blossoms to Willie the night of the marriage Micses Jennie Hardin and Eva Hem don returned fromLouisvillelastSatnrday night after a pleasant trip of several days Willlo Grinnell and his wife have been tho recipients of a number of beautiful and useful presents from tlieir many friends hero and elsewhere Mrs Mary Munfords friends aro much grieved to hear of her Illness and hope sbe may yet ho spared to fill tho lifo Of usefulness she has always sustained Wo aro all gratified to know tho fruit prospect is more encouraging than was at first thought Our troubles aro often imaginary Wo forgt t that a wise providence after all rules Mrs W Burnett believes In keeping up witli the ve y latest items in tho mil- Â¬ linery lino Mrs W F Grinnell went onday and will to Louisvillo to day return to morrow night with the very newest styles In trimming Mrs Dr II A Ditto and daughters left Sunday night to take up their resid ence in Louisvillo Mrs Dr Dowden her daughter will occupy tho home vacated by them Miss Jennie Ditto hopes to secure a position at Anchorage and her many friends certainly hope she may succeed and they all wish tho family prosperity in their change of home The warm days kept the farmers at homo and there wero not many people in town last week to attend Circuit Court A lawyer of African decent in tho court room was quite an innovation for this laceand judging from comments passed upon his arguments his intellectual caliber was not any too well developed life own color seemed to regard him tho as having been rocked in Solomons cradle Tho chairs will be put In the Methodist church this week and on next Sunday tho children and teachers will gather once more with tlieir kind Superinten dent for Sunday School The great need of Sunday Schools is earnestness and faithfulness on the part of paronta and teachers and devout prayer for Gods We can all re blessing on tho efforts frain from carping and discouraging criticism on those who are doing tho work and bearing tho burden which we are not trying to lift with ono of our fingers Miss Ella Dowdens school will close Friday Tiio pupils have fullen off till it doesnt justify her to teach Everyone llkcsMissEllaaud regards her a qualified competent teacher but it docs seem most unfortunate that interest and attendance so early In the season will decrease In my day our schools never closed till the last Friday in June and no one deemed it a hardship to continue to the finale Now wo hear parents plead that children are tired having gone long enough etc Children catch up tho refrain and really believe tlioy aro too heavily taxed to study six or seven months instead of good ten The Shepherds led tho Pilgrims to Mt Charity where they showed them a man cutting coats and garments from a bundle of cloth but the roll never rov less So wo are reminded that those whoso hearts are full of love and kindness tho more they givo of lovo and sympathy the more they havo to give and I am re Â¬ minded of thut charming little book What is Worthwhile There are many beautiful sentiments expressed through its pages in brief paragaphs The ono on friendship and sympathy 1 wish every ono could read and then knovas I do nowthpt every lino is true Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SIROCCO TI10 plowman homeward plods I s twlltreth from his straw built shed The chanticleers shrill clarion herald before 11 fellow etli tho coiniiik morn net half noiigh sleep The lowing lienl wind slowly oer the lea hut they wont do it much longer Weru going to have a stock law Who ho ho who is sho writing from Puynesvlllc anyhow Pears like the Kirk corrosrionilentt kinder doglshly in thoughts wero clined Inst week The Sirocco merchant got cotcli on Seems liko tho Grand Jury last week old bachelors dont quit courting itftor they get married Frank Glasgow died of consumption near Big Spring tho 21st ult and was burying ground tho 21rd burled at ult Misses Ella and Mary liny lies and grandma Mrs Martha Haynes Imvo re turned from 11 ten days visit to Mr Boyd Withers near Willowdalo They report a nice time and Mrp Haynes who is an invalid says tho trip has help id her very much Joo Brown of Wolf creek has rented tho Burkhart property near Payncsvllle and Uncle Dan Burkhart who Is paral Â¬ yzed on ono side lias moved to his son Sams at tho placo vacated by Mr Iven Squires near Sirocco I want to apologizj to McDaniels for tho brashncss of my retort to her unkind thrust Tho harshness of her panegyric outbursts led mo to believe that tho ef- Â¬ fusion was from a masculino pen There was not that smooth rippleless How suavity of stylo usually percoived flow Â¬ ing from o fomlnino pen Madam please Â¬ weary way The Bwallow Heisers Shoes are f They the Best are Sold fey Chicago EPWOltTI ieaouk It gives us great pleasure to have tho Â¬ in the for kill- Â¬ Mr Win S DeJernette was lust week appointed a deputy slierill by F K Rhodes Business is as susceptible to good ad- Â¬ vertising as tho humain body is to good medicine Loiibville boycotts Bruckenridgo Mr Clannio Dellaven is building a county brick and Hreckenrulgo county new rerdeno in the west end near asphalt How would Louisville like to Judge Be ard see Breckenridge county merchants go- Â¬ Dont forget tho 1th of July celebraing to Cincinnati for their goods tion at Hardinsburg Look out for bills Buzby A Co Eveiiy town in the state that pretends Tho date fixed for Julian Browns next to be a town is building water works the matter with this town Just excursion on the Branch is June 2nd Whuts waiting for the flro fiend to wipe us from Get ready for it the face of the earth Save your dollars and your health by buying tho best family groceries from W Jlikjk Bradley has over ruled the moBro B Hardin tion made for a now trial in the Breck- Â¬ something of course to adver- Â¬ It costs enridge Pollard case and the counsel Â¬ for Mr Breckenridge gave notico that an tise your business but nothing to grum appeal would be taken to tho Court of ble about Try it Whenever you hear tho train whistle Appeals of tho District of Columbia remember that sho is bringing more Oun correspondents will pleaso be groceries for Hardin Bro patient We will give you all a hearing Mary Bell Irvington and Miss Miss next week An unexpected rush of ads Bell Brown were visiting the family of and job work has kept our whole force It Jarboe lost week up to their eyes in work and we have Mr John Bring all your jowelery and have it been compelled to let somo of our corres polished and cleaned for five cents We pondents go over cannot bo idle T O IjwIb Co Tjif State Press is grooming itself for Sunday School convention and mili- Â¬ a delightful time at Frankfort in June tary parndo at Louisville Saturday June Geo Willis of the Daily Capital and 2 Take Browns excursion train and other members of the local press are ar- Â¬ see them ranging a very enjoyable program and Wo let you keep a string tied to your the meeting promises to bo one of tho perfectly satisfied history of tho asso money until you are most pleasant in tho with tho spring clothes you buy of us ciatlon Co B F Beard Mr Gko DuRimb a fine lawyer and No other Hotel in Hardinsburg can or excellent gentleman is a candidate for will entertaii you as nicely as Hardin the Republican nomination for Congress Bro proprietors of the Old Hambleton in the Louisville district If Louisville House on the corner wants to bo represented in the Halls of Wo aro in business to do business and Congress by a Republican she couldnt not to cry over hard times Wo will send a bettor man than George Dullelle make times easy for you if you buy your There is nothing bad about him except jewelry and musical goods from us T his politics Co C Lewis Tho Hambleton House is It is now State Senator and Adjutant accommodate all the Circuit preparing to Court visiGeneral A J Gross not ho says of his own predilection but of a power beyond tors A Fplendid meal and a good bed is his control The General says when a what you will get at this popular Hotel Bro aro tho proprietors good thing is forced upon him the only Hardin Mr W A Rhodes tho deputy sheriff of it is to accept way he knows out whether it is just to his liking or not of Meado county was hero Monday and Viowing it from this standoint it is a brought Win Valentine of color and question whether any of us would throw lodged him in jail here Valentino is accused of breaking into Oolzos mill at n 12000 office to tho breezes Cloverport sometime since BitECKKNitiiKiK county asphalt with I pronounco you husband and wife offices in Louisvillo is being shipped Tho ceremony is over and ono by ono through Louisville to Buffido NewYork tho guests enter the reception room and whore it has been declared the finest in view tho presents That beautiful stir the world and the streets of that city are ling silverware that dainty clock that being laid with it Now right in tho showy bronze and many of tho other face of this tho Board of Alderman of presents conio from T C Lewis A Co Louisvillo last weok passed an ordi- Â¬ Emmet Mottingly gave an nance providing that all the asphalt goose supper at his restaurant last streets of Louisville bo made of Trinidad Saturday night It was largely attended asphalt This asphalt is bundled exclu- and much enjoyed by all No man or sively by the Barber Asphalt Company woman can cook a goose liko Emmet and the home of the Barber Company Is For tho benefit of those who failed to get Buffalo Now York Now it should not in last Saturday ho has decided to give far a moment bo thought that the Louis-Â¬ anothor next Saturday night Dont fail ville Aldermon aro a set of mullet heads to bo on hand early for such is not tho case However it is Articles of Incorporation of tho Drake reasonable to supposo thut tho Louisvillo A Brown Tricycle Company wero filed in representative of the Barber Asphalt tho County Clerks office hero Monday Company knows Just what kind of argu- Â¬ Its principal office is at Irvington Ky ment to use on a Louisville Alderman The nature of tho business to be con- Â¬ to convince him that Trinidad asphalt ducted is tho manufacturing of vehicles should be used on Louisvillo streets propelled by hand or foot Tho incor- Â¬ The samo argument caused Clover port porators ore Marshal D Druko Win E paving brick to get a black eye last sum Brown and Agnes T I Brown mer in favor of the John Porter West va niH TTZT v should laktt Virginia brick a material far inferior in N41n t teolc up children that want bolldiBg BHOWNti 1UON BITTERS every iwpect to the Cloverport vitrified It ii pleasant to take curat Malaria laJtee brick At dum kep it ttoo tad Wltotmttsa Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ about a older christians present at our Epworth League spiritual meetings on the 3rd Tuesday evuning and every Sunday afternoon We love to make our own church a power In tho world while we live to love every other church which exalts our Christ Epworth League Henry L Stanton tho Kentucky poet will givo a recital at this place in May under tho auspices ot tho Epworth Ho lias never gone to so small League a placo before Tho League is highly honored The object of tho League is to promote intelligent and loyal piety In the young members ami friends of the church to aid them in the attainment of puritv of heart and in constant growth in grace and to train them in work of mercy and help Tho Epworth Leagiiu is an activo and earnest body of ouug christians who want to accomplish great good There is intense activity in every department The devotional exercis s are energet Â¬ ically spiritual Tho young Epworthians aro taking hold of the League work with such en- Â¬ thusiasm the growth of its membership is rapidly on tho increase At our last regular literary meeting of the League Shakespeare day was observed Tho church was beautifully decorated with the Epworth League colors red and white Tho program was interesting and in- Â¬ structive The quotations from Shakespeare w ero apt and pithy The paper Characteristics of Shake Â¬ was full of thought speares Women and food for the mind and soul It is smpossible in a brief way to do Por- Â¬ justice to Portia and Shylock tia cultured and refined and of sweet and gracious spirit was a favorite Shy lock novel and bold followed fearlessly to a finish Tho music was excellent and very much delighted tho audience Â¬ excuso mo Hero Is tho sheet of unadulterated Si- Â¬ rocco that tho poor little tiling lias been crying for Read it to mama deary then go to sleep Ilye your baby bunting 1apas gone a hunting To catch a little rabbit skin To wrap the baby up In Guffaw guffaw Why cant somo people get over tho I believe all the defeat Â¬ lato campaign ed candidates will survive tlieir defeat but really I nm getting uneasy about our neighbor across the way Wonder if he wasnt promised a position in tho clerks I expect wo had better send him office up Salt river to keep his defeated friend company The trip would doutless bo Ho is pining beneficial to his health for tho departed send him Rumor is cu rent to the effect that Ike Herman the little Jew peddler whom mention was mude of in my last litter of having passed through Sirocco was foully murdered by two men by the namo of Thompson somewhere between Cold Spring and Cedar Branch hist week Thompsons it is reported made tlieir escape by crossing tho river I havo not been able to learn the particulars of VEST The Leader in You if V tf The Path to LOW PitlCKS ON Would Tread There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to bo incurable For Samuel M C Jolly a Well known Daviess County Farmer Dies in a great many years doctors pronounced It a local disease and prescribed local His Field remedies and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment pronounced it Samuel M C Jolly an aged farmer incurable Science has proven catarrh living about two and a half miles south to be u constitutional disease and there Â¬ of this city rear the Hatford road fore requires constitutional treatment dropped dead yesterday morning He Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F was at work in a field and cuino to the J Cheney A Co Toledo Ohio is the house at 10 oclock to get a lunch When only constitutional cure on the market the dinner hour came ids daughter callIt ii taken internally in dosrs from 10 ed and receiving no answer went to tho drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly field and found him lying prostrate Dr on the blood and mucous surfaces of tho Pennington pronounced it appoploxy system They offer ono hundred dol- Â¬ Coroner Haydcn held thu inqutst in the lars for any caso it fulls to cure Send afternoon fur circulars and testimonials Tho dead man was W years old and leaves a wife who is at present in Address F J Ciikxby A Co Toledo O Brtekenridgo county Ho whs au old droppedTeadT CQaSo1i1 by Druggist 75c Swiped The Grip The Hardinsburg1 Post office Is Rob bed of a Small Satchel and 8325 In Stamps Ky April SO Tho IlAitniNsiiuuii ost office was robbed licru last week of 1125 in stamps Nothing elso of much value was taken The stamps wero in a small hand satchel which Mr McClure used in carrying stamps and small pack Â¬ He says his ages to and from his homo son set the satchel down in Uih office somo time after supper and went out in Â¬ tending to return in a short while and get it and tako it hoaio as was his cus- Â¬ tom When ho returned to the office the satchel was mlmdug There has been no clue to tho thief A man stepped up to tho shirt counter I never the other day remarking hud a sliirt to fit me any better than a What can you do pillow slip would for mo We havo this order and we will do the rest Babbage the leading sliirt collar and cuff dealer and prosperous farmer and leaves many friends Owensboro Messenger It mil do it 1 It will do it protested a mem Â¬ ber of tho family that had long boon afflicted with a caso ot -- Reference was had to Dr Ten- Â¬ ners Golden Re- Â¬ lief Doubt had boon expressed that It would euro con Â¬ sumption Tho protesting member had witnessed tho invalid tho frequent visits of tho Doctor and had accompanied the trips South Had noticed tho hectic the flush nervous irritation tho constant cough tho profuso expec-Â¬ toration He had also seen tho discontinuance of all these tho administration of Dr Fcnners Golden Relief followed by tho restoration to perfect health and lis knew tho Golden Relief was what had done It Ho was honest and fearless Cures also enough to tell the truth soretnroat bronchitis colic dysentery bruises burns cuts and all sores fact inflammation in any form or rdace from a corn to a consumption No in Â¬ flammation no corn no Inflammation no consumption One tablespoonful dosa cures La Grippe Never disappoints If satisfaction not given money refunded Take a bottle home to day consumption Umbrellas the dastardly deed Mickentohes Spring Wraps Joo Brown has returned from Rock Ipcss Soods Dress Trimmings Ho says tho shakes ran port Ind run doves MlkMtts him back to his old Kentucky home Shoputng Itjgs Ho reports chills innumerable in that Iurses Kans part of Indiana gives a glowing doscrip Handkerchiefs Chemisettes of wheat fields and predicts an abundant Windsor Tics crop Tho anticipation of high water has licit llucklcs Lace Iins caused tho low landers to bo more back Hat Tins Cud lluttons ward with com planting in that section Stamped Linens than they otherwise would have been liinby Silks Towels Tho colored school on Prospect Hill Aprons wnrscis Rov Morrison will closo tho 4th Inst Corfet Waists Shoulder llraces of Brandenburg will address tho school Iiullti Underwear after preliminary- exercises aro through Rents Underwear Childrens Underwear with Tho school was to havo closed Ladles Hosiery Gents lloslrry last week but Charlie Burch tho chair- Â¬ Childrens Hosiery man of tho Board of Trustees said she IadiesrShoes 0 Gents Shoes she shouldnt and she didnt Sabbath Childrens Shoes ChlrensCaps school and preaching on the above Mens Hats mentioned hill every Sunday evening Lace Curtains Window Shades Iortlers lire lite Tho most singular freak among the You must tread tho reptiles that we have noticed lately is tho Iath that leads to gathering together of a vast number of c tortoises in a lonely hollow just below PayneBvillo known os tho Miller hollow CLOVERPORT KY Up to date fifty all told havo mado their appearance and were seen encamped by one Mr Huff of Paynesvillo vicinity A fruit tree agont was travelling that way and when told of tho singular army encamped near his road changed his Tho supposition is that tho ter course rapins aro gathering together for the pur poso of ro onforcing Coxeys command ALL KINDS OF While In Brandenburg tho 20th ult I had a pleasant conversation with Mr Ed F Windell of Indiana who has pur- Â¬ chased land In the vicinity of Weldon Ky for tho purpose of growing peaches pears and smaller fruits such as currants gooseberries raspberries blackberries etc He begun planting his trees last fall His fall and spring setting amounts to in all 5410 trees Budded peaches 4010 Keefer pears 500 From the strug gle that is being made by fruit growers and tho adaptability of our soil surely YOU CERTAINLY- no stato in the un on will excel old Ken- Â¬ tucky and no county will excol old Meade in a few years for such fruits as are adapted to our soil Noah says tho Ark is ready to receivo WHEN YOU BUY OF US animals now A forlorn old Billy Goat was the first ono to put in an appearance Witt Meador will positively sell and as ho had no mate Noah told him for Cash or Troduco to vamose that there was no pluco for him Noah certainly has forgotten tho We quote a fow prices timo that ho and that poor old Billy m Goat played together before he got a Hoosler Cotton at 5c per yd mato Somo people though are natural- Â¬ 5 and 5c All Calicoes at ly heartless and too when some people 7 J 8 J 10 and lie Dress Goods marry they look down with degradation A 1 Dress Goods at 22 c on tlieir follow paymates that are not ablo to follow suit Noah ought to hunt All kinds ot Dress Goods reduced in a mato for that old goat and take him in price to suit purchasers Its cruel Mr Noah cruel I say Como in and see for yourself Mr Elisha Ashcroft was the happiest man in Meade county a few nights ago Because we buy right direct from first hands and pay cash It is He bought tho Yager farm just across it over into Ken a constant study with ua how to give you more valuo for your dollars tho river and moved tucky He bought him a gilded carriage Wo want your and a span of cream colored horses and had a liveryman set in up there pullln the lines Had his pockets full of money and was just setln back chewln spltlu out the hulls when low and be- Â¬ hold he woke to find it all a dream Ife HARDINSBURQ KY says he wishes he had slept a week Â¬ - J It I V W H BOW MER SONS msTwmswAwvA Ghas B OT Â¬ Skillman I Insurance m 4 Â¬ UNDERSTAND the CASE ll BUY RIGHT 1 i I jS -- V - v - til Wool and other Produce MEADOR WITT k u jsKS2SSSZ2 Tfciia BiikettteiMMiSQK nmas suld Raymond Nono of ihu land is dloyerport shotio ns ijtirt list two impressive lypts if bounty singled nut tor admiration in n kittililiiKopic liiuzc of fiiihutitlng forms nnd faces Would It Ihj pii7rling to any ono who knew Raymonds de Â¬ sign and could lead his thoughts lo assign it ifiiRoii fur hi own upptowil of the cotitRi he hud rivoheil t i putMio Shes a woirtin ninong it million wns his mi ntul Ioinmriit as Isabel otter ed him her baud her cheeks aglow with the mild txiitement of thiseeiiu But nil things come to uu mil Tho cntcitiiiiiiiunt was on thu wane Tlio gnita begun to depart Somehow Â¬ kV for 9 jggm - A FIGHT -- J 3TOI r nricd oi any duty Raymond might ini toe He hud leen tunned as registrar of arrears because it suited Riimond vVellf Weill luitglietl Rdyuloud Wild Would ever lliliik llti id BuciJ a il reamer Bk The Hut Shoi elj nsl Money W L DOUGLAS that was all J s MILLIONS MKilNNm editor who had ovurliniiri TuiiiMicnrt when you finish that I criticism want to sco you All light ho responded Mangun went to his desk and tho paragraph of toiegruphic matter iu less than half an hour was tin aitlclu no reader ot Tho Buglo would over- Â¬ look It reviewed the origin ot tho movement in which Tho Buglo played a prominent part suggested tlio prob able features of tlio nowjii 1m outlined tho prospects of pietism nnd enumerat Â¬ ed many little details uf tho system that would stir young and old into blissful anticipation of enjoyment until us Goldsmith tviid Â¬ f V Ily JOHN J Ho liingliJd It was a hourly out burst bo multlon Unit it stnitltil liini elf Ho stcod silent u few iniiniti h thinking wliotlior or nut his uttcrimcw had been as clear ns hi lnnslciil cochin nation it was musical for his vocal chords had been tuned by elocutionary art and they sounded in harmony at all times oven tn moments of greatest I excitement It is all right hi laid to himself roiissuringly No ono will ever catch mo telling how I know Isabels history and acquired wealth that nhotild bu hers All tlio papers are destroyed bIio has not a living relative and her prop- Â¬ erty is alt mine and all mino by law Just to think that her fathers If 50 000 investment in farm lands 21 years ugo is worth millions today I Well umybo I ought to mairy Isabel after nil Theio aro many men in public lifo today who think nothing of appropriat Â¬ ing public funds to tlieii own uses and yet in private matters they aro scrupu lously honest They would put their arms metaphorically speaking elbow deep into tho city treasury but wrong nu individual they would not Raymond was not bo sciibitivu as this but tho enormity of Ids injustice to tho girl had touched him Ilu wjb never likely to relinquish his desigu but ho was moved by tho beauty the accomplishments and tho utter helpless ness of his victim Ho had unconsciously been driven into a new field of philoMoney in his sophical speculation Others eyes atoned for everything could have place ho sought profit As ho himself lived ho judged his neigh- Â¬ bors and gold was to him a magic tal- Â¬ isman to sootho away all pain It must Would ho sharo his bo such to others wealth with Isabel and in this wny make atonement Such n thought pos- Â¬ sibly prompted him to conclndo his so- Â¬ liloquy with tho remaik Ill think it over Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Those penile hours tlint plenty bado to bloom TIioso i aim desires Hint iwkut but httlo room Tlioso healthful uportB that urnteil tlio peace Â¬ ful scene Lived Ctven ii each look nnd brightened all the v- - - k r PF Y V-- N CHAPTER III a stir ut a newspaper orncE The loud voiced gong that rang the alarms of firo in tho otlicoof tho Brooklyn Daily Uuglo had stiuck 12 tho Tho oflico is not hour of midnight what tho icadeiH of tho paper have pic tin oil it tho traditional titlti of sanc Â¬ tum sanctorum lifting it to a dignity in public imagination that it could not claim even under tho latitudinous li censo of journalistic pretension Tho plato glass windows of tho build ing facing tho city bull nro covered with gilt letters Tho handles on the massivo front doors are oxidized Tho counters iu the business oflko aro of polished mahogany and tho railings from tho cashiers desk to that of tho advertising clerk aro of heavy brass of beautiful design and shining almost liko gold Round tho walls aro olegant lithographs so artistically framed and so neatly arranged that they seem to bo tho original masterpieces cf which they nro but copies Let us look behind tho partition running from floor to ceiling that sepa rates tho richly decorated business oflico from the editorial and reportorial rooms and shuts out from thorn light nnd air Tho rich dress of tho newspa Â¬ per Cinderella turns into rugs uofuren tho rubbing of Aladdins lump could Tho worlc a stranger metamorphosis entrance is by ti narrow hallway such n hallway as you would find in n tenement whero travel has worn tho softer wood and tho knots refusing to sink beneath solo leather stand up in gnarl Â¬ ed determination to upset tho unwaiy Entering neido door tho uninitiated is staggered by tho sudden transition from tho business pulaco to a miserable stuffy dingy apartment whero tho intellectual force of tho paper is both an nalizing and analyzing tho history of a day and molding tho policy of decades as the groat presses in tho basement bo low aro about to awaken to breakfast on tons of paper while- all tho world is uslcep Away off in the farther comer of tho loom is a box liko arrangement formed by running two sides of a half partition up aguinst tho walls completing tho quadrangle that makes a priyato oflico At n desk for tho managing editor noar tho door of this Httlo oflico is seatTwo gas jets ed tho night city editor light a long tablo in tho center of tho room whero a number of roportera are seated turning out stories of minder Buicido firo roinanco and intrlguo that after a few touches of tho blue pencil will read tomorrow like tho classic productions of a feuilletonist who unlike tho reporter is not hampered by facts nor hastened by timo Against the walls aro a few common desks of rudo construction and each has a gas jet to itself At cno sits the tolegraph editor Tho others aro re Â¬ served for thoso who huvo risen to tho distinction of department men or spe Â¬ cialists to whom Bomo particular fea turoof tho paper from religion to sports and politics has been assigned At ono of theso is Laurence Maugarr Thero has boon n rush of big stories tho finishing paragraphs aro awaited in tho compos- Â¬ ing rjoom somo articles must bo cut down tho facts compressed into lesser epaco for nowspuper columns are not Mangan is pressed into duty elastic as a copy reader What do you think cl that Man asked tho night editor ua bo gan banded him a leTegfani from Albany nuuonncing tho passage at tho ovening session of the legislature of tlio bill appointing a commission to plan a sys Â¬ tem of city parka for Brooklyn and another to bond the city for tho amount required why it is Think of it ho replied a conspiracy It can bo converted into a public benefit but It is most likely to become n publia swindle Theso com missioned are Frauds Raymouds men and yon can depend upon it ho owus toinu property ho wants to dispeso of at a big price or ho known people who own such and will pay him haiidjcjuely to ipt rid of it if they theuwelvw can get an ndvauctf above the current realty However it will nut do to any Yttlua Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho article was finished tho head wiltton nnd after ho had placed It on tho desk of the night editor Mangan stepped into tho oflico ot the editorial chief whoso desk wus coverid with proofs which he had bet u reading 1 hcaid your criticism of Ray Â¬ the managing alitor began mond 1 think you liuvo not libeled him Now I want you to follow up this mat- Â¬ ter go to tho bottom of it hunt up all tho lecoids and whether or not your auspicious ubout Raymond nro confirm Â¬ ed givo us a page story and Ill have i an artist illustrate it It is u subject in which thero Is gicut interest nnd well run it on a Sunday just ns soon as you can get it ready I dont euro to do it said Siangan Why 1 was going to nsk leave of absence tomorrow for uu indefinite period and failing to leceivo it to tender my resignation It Lauunio Mangan hud hud tho least idea of Raymouds design and its inspiiation that assignment would have Lonl nut lor Mitwjnnl he ijnupal been accepted witli alacrity As it was This is ho know nothing of its possibilities to of tho ordinary hua occurred not lost to Raymond but ho puffs coolhim ly and leisuiely lit his cigar taking it Whata tho matter ho was asked Im going west on piivato business from between his lips just long enough to say t It is imperative Get your breath man mid tell us Weve always treated you square ly It what has happened siid tho managing editor Lookout for Muugiiui ho gasped wus duo you of course but hero iu a matter of gieit iuipoituuco right in as ho leaned forwnid on tho library tablo and In eat lied muie heavily from tho effort Tho coolness of Raymond who sat smiling helped him to regain his compos nro and bo resumed We Mungnn met us this afternoon wore in tho United States court a numc given to u resort for city officials and tho and politicians generally commission bill came up Ho said it was u deal that tho commissioners were your men that you wero at tho top middle and bottom in fact bo used words I hate to repeat Never mind Repeat them He says queer things at times Hes a pe- Â¬ What were bia culiar character words He said you posed as a philanthropist a patron at church entertainments ir of every denomination but that you the tmilliT old imtnf nsActl the wero a political serpent a constrictor Whitts wound around every interest and instiinmunilwj editor your department you leavo us just tution and crushing such as wero not beneficial to you Ho sounded tho comwhen wo want vou most It isnt fair pany and a few tho aamo you havo Not fair mistrusted laughed and told him ho No May 1 go when I turn in this generally hit tho nail on tho head Isthut all story Nj He declared that loadAll Yes and your was the reply position is always open to you while 1 er lawyer and all ns you wore ho meant to givo you a ehukoup before ho am here Then Ill do it just to leavo no rea Â¬ left town Leave town son for any one to any Laureuco Man Ho said no more but ho said Yea gan ever went back on his paper or his that vjudlctively friendships Why 1 ollered him tho managing Whata tho matter old man asked 1 ondeav tho managing editor observing that nlitorship of Tho Trumpot Mangan acted liko a man who was tak- Â¬ ored In overy way to show friendship ing n long farewell of old scones and for him Ho can havo no feeling against mo If 1 knew any one who was close old friends Mangan was ccitaiuly affected He to him I would bolp him even now in had decided to inquire into Isabels an- Â¬ his fresh ambition givo him financial aid to start out well for it must bo tecedents go west to discover if possi ble her father or somo account of him somo great ambition that moves him to that would clear up tho mystery He leavo this place Did ho say when he felt that if he failed ho might novor waa going Yes return unless Isabel relented A numWhen ber of weird thoughts wont whirling He said uot until ho exposed tho through ids mind Im nil right he said to his chief inside of tho commission and ho hint Â¬ I was a little put out to think that ed that he would bo greutly disappoint- Â¬ ed if you wero uot disclosed iu a uew you accused mo of not being fair Fnirl Everybody knows youro llabt to tho uconle fair was the editorH conciliatory anNow Ill show you Im fair swer too Ill put anolhor man on your de Â¬ partment and you just stick to this atory until you huvo it all in hand Thank you good night said Lau- Â¬ rence Good night Tako care of your- Â¬ self waa the parting salutation No fear pf that Alangan stopped out Into tho dimly lighted hall nnd made his way to the street bound for his lodgings Ho It looked up at tho city hall clock Tho morning was cold waa after 1 and a biting breezo was Mvooping tho Ho buttoned his ovor thoroughfares coat about him and glancing again at tho timo remarked Well Ill get up early and If 1 dont givo Raymond n ahakoup boforo 1 leavo town it is bccatiso ho Is a moro houpsl ninn than I givo him credit fpr oven if ho la not as high minded and puro a citizen as tho ring organ points him Â¬ Rajmoml at stated times and making IiIb reports so ho wra as hopeful and buoyant as cousunl fives free from tho other vexatious of life tisially aro Raymond occupied a liouso in a ro spectablo section of tho city Ho could easily keep an establishment iu the most in Istocratic quarter but it wasnt policy to do so Ilia homo was luxuriously furnished and cared for by a woman whom ho culled his nicco and whom tho world believed to bear that Slio wus a charming relation to him Her queenly graeo aud win Â¬ hostess ning manneis assured her tho entree to somo of tho best circles and as society never questioned her standing why should wo Hho is nothing to us bo yond a figure exemplifying how Ray mond lived In the well appointed library Mortimer is received by hiskhief Tlio registrar of in rears is nervous He hasmado unusual liastotoieaeli Raymonds home and plainly shows that something jout Â¬ Â¬ To Ikj siio Alnrtiinvrs sister had been receiving tho attentions of tho political chieftain mid Imagined as Mortimer did that he wus bIiiiito rkimo times Raymond himself Untight tho same hut tlio truth was though ho might not at all times own it that ho sought Inez Mortimers tnununlunsliip as a relaxation from a lifo otherwise Poor Mortimt r believed that exciting Raymonds fuvuia wen ptrtly duo to the regard in which his sister was held by his political sponsor an I in this be lief Ids devotion to Rnym md steadily iucrcaxed Mortimer wus a consumptive but Ills work took littb of his time nnd exacted no exertion boond visiting Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ not my business of coUrtfe mildly suggested Mortimer lint none of tho land to Ihj appraised is yours Is It My lta sir- - jf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ yet It is soma of tho laud you hold through tax sale tcttillcatts What if It Is Some years This said Mortimer Ptoperty ago you hud tho law passed owners did not pay taxes promptly The law as it now stands is that the property Is sold at unction to piivuto Individuals just for tho taxes To t deem it tho owner must pay u bonus of IU per cent nnd Interest at 10 per cent nnd if lio fails to redeem it in 10 years tho city gives a clear title to tho man who purchased tho land and the build ings thereon if uny for tho taxes Proceed Now under that law yon havo bought or others huvo bought for you and legally secured to you niatiy blocks of real estate somo of which will If theso blocks aro liover bo claimed to bo selected by tho commission Man gan will say bo ho will find it out Ho is a second Holler ho can seu in all directions It seeina to me remarked Ray mond that you huvo been badly Vou forget that under the law Beared thero is no record of thoso transactions In the oflico of tho register of deeds in tho county whero Mangan will turn for his facts You aro simply tho regis trar of arrears What you know is not all a matter of official record Hut ho knows tho law Suppose for thu sake of argument that ho does responded Raymond a Httlo nettled nt Mortimers persistence Suppose again that the commission decides on these lands that I may The day after have within my leach tho commission reports tlio legal limitations will cxpiro nnd tho property will bo legally mine Tlio deed will como to mo directly or indirectly to a trustee most likely tlio latter niid no paper can Bay a word about it without Ev Â¬ leaving itself open to a libel suit That erything is honest and regular Is tho law it may not bo tho fact that tho lauds will bo those that ft lends of I have as mine held you understand sumed that much just to satisfy yon Your deputy would not talk liko this 1 assuro you Frank for Moi tinier bo called him when tho warmth of conversation demanded bomo nomina tive of address 1 was looking after your interests that was all 1 know it was tho reply intend ed to convince Mortimer that tho per Â¬ sonal allusions had not nutlet mini d the confidence reposed in him Ill go home now said Mortimer arising said Raymond Wait a minute Inez is acquainted with Isabel Lo Lo Clair is she not 1 think 1 huvo heard her mention tho name Look bore Philip and Raymond threw tho stump of his Havana into tho cuspidor locked tho fingers of both bauds inclined forward support- Â¬ ing his body by resting his left elbow on his knee nnd looking seriously at Thero is somo piivato busi Â¬ Mortimer ness on foot iu which I want tho good Miss offices of Mother St Gertrude Lo Lo Clair is influential in that quarter 1 cannot seo her iu tho conInez has met her vent or at school socially at many places I havo fre- Â¬ quently Been both together and they 1 nm very aeein to bo great fi lends well acquainted myself with Miss Lo Clair havo enjoyed her company nt many parties and sho herself has told mo sho is enthusiastically fond of Inez Let Inez invite her to your house nnd 1 will thore get u chance to enlist her aid Toll Inez to manage this for mo Certainly sho will do it Is that all Thats all ilortlmer bado goodby to Raymond at tho door Tho latter when he bad returned to the library mused Mangan cannot harm me For his bitterness however I will punish him Out of Isabels great lovofor him lean force her to marry mo and ho will not know it until ho reads tho wedding no- Â¬ tice And Inoz Oh shoIl well 1 But on overy can get over that too consideration I think it will be better Strange to wed Isabel Lo Lo Clair how I find it hard to prnouuco that namol initio Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dont worry dear fellow 0 1 iM Atti 3 SB HOE 4 nnd 83 GO gentlemen far fi yk 350 Pollco Shoo 3 8olco 8260 82 for Worklngmcn 2 and 8175 for Boys Pw Dross Shoo Raymond with hisuuohtruiivodiplom ii mi fllirawr Ia vr 1 LADIES olTi AND MISSES acy had inuiiiigiil to engagii tention lie escorted her to uu alcove invitingly emliiiweieil with nil thu tustu of tlio llorictH ait mill suggesting itself In exotic exhalations as a repose- Â¬ ful retreat now that tho whirl of tlio evening had begun to pall in its decline Ytsit has been it very uijoyiiblo evening rho said iu answer to a re I never met to mark of Raymond Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Isabels at- Â¬ 83 8250 2 175 nny CAUTION If dnlff ra joti V I Doug la hocH at n rofitirtri irlcr or Rl liohan tliem with Â¬ out llm nntuo tnmp l SL down na a fraud Mis is the BesI5 YiSZ2S92SKmmmiZ saiBiBiBiSr3 lira InTBitL IHr1irTllta l v- muiiy fi lends lit once before And havent had the pleastiro of seeing joti for months Im ut fiwer events of this iintme than you What is tin to in politics nt Yis tracts you men su 1 cant say somo people havo sug Â¬ gested it is tho passion for power give W L DOUGLAS Shoes arc stylish easy fitting and nnd bebetterconsatisfaction at the prices advertised than any other make Try one pair of W I Douglas name nnd price on the bottom which Inccd The stamping guarantees their value eaves thousands of dollars annually to those who wear them Dealers who push the sale of W I Douglan Shoes gain customers which helps to increase the sales on their full line of goods Thoy can nftord to sell nt n leas profit unit we lirllevn j ml enn save money by Hiving nit your footwear of thti dealer culver tled bclo Catalogue fxoo upon application AV X DOUULAB llrockton Sins O Commendable when tho power is cxeicised for good But people will not givo us credit for bo exeicising it It is in tho politi- Â¬ cal world liko tho boeial world the jealous and the disappointed nro quick to spread scandal that originates in their own minds and has nothing but Bpito to Wed and livo upon You judge tho world harshly Harshly I You do not know it Even you in whoso lifo thero is nothing of tho diots cannot escape criticism 1 SULZERS A M McG lothlan Co union OLOVERPORT star ky KY DTJTSOHKB WITH CO St WHITE DUNKEaRSOF FALLS CITY TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Why yes Is it posiblo that you havo never been annoyed I y tho envy that I huvo booh and heard although but Httlo in society tho envy of de signing mothers That isnt bo is it sho queried regret and alarm starting her into an attitude that was winsome Never mind said Raymond symIt is to bo expected pathetically and their feais aio proof that their judgment is better than their miiuueis You aro jesting said Isabel sur Â¬ Eveiy ono known prised at his speech my status hrre that of one who hj virtue ot tho totutehies of old school companions has been iieuiiitteO tosliaic in the festivities that bioadiu her tx peiieuco and add to that hum of knowl edgo which tor tho hake ot In r profes Tho liiition sion sho would enlarge of contending liiiudM ight tis thu Intel r tender lect I urn a Ibiitnu to you it iH iniinciMiry to Mate why I nm likely never to bu asked in plttin such as this uheio witllh easts its glamour nvei all to change iny inline to that of a family which would eon aider tho union of ono of its scions to a person out of their bociul kingdom us a tcrriblo mesalliance Believo me I am not jesting said Raymond As I think so let us dtop tho subÂ¬ Â¬ 11 1 Â¬ Main St bet Ninth Liberal Advances Tenth Louisville Ky Four Months Proo Storage Special Attention to Private Sales J D BRASHEARl Long Brick Houso TOBACCO BUYER CLOVKRlORT country KY UesiriH to rco nil tho tobacco fnniuTH of thin and Htirroumling GREGORY CL0VERP0RT fc CO WHARFMASTERS KENTUCKY I CAV I OUT UN A IMTFAT For a opinion wrlto to Srmnnt answer and an linnet ncarlyrlfty years ifc who liaro had experience In tno patent buttneiis Cnnimunlna A IIiiimIIiiioU of in- Â¬ tlonsntrlctlrcunnilcntlal formation concerning IntPtilN and how to it tain tlieni ent free Alro a catalogue uf lueiuun leal and nUentltlo hooka rent free 1iiienta taken thruuitli Miinn A Co rccclre pecial notice In tho rcjintlllc Ainrrlrnn and Hi 113 are brotmlit widely before the public with out cost to the Inrcntor 1 his splendid Paper Usucd -- cckly elegantly Illustrated has briar tho larircsk circulation of an- - scientitlo work In thu world Si a year Nimplo copies sent free ilulldliik- - Kdltlon monthly tUti a year Flnulo copies J1 cents Krery number contains beau- Â¬ tiful plates tn colors and photographs of new houso with plans enabling builders to show tho latent design and sccuro contract Address tr MUNN CO MUV XUUK atil llUOAUWAT ject do not menu to 1 would liko to placo you beyond thtso peoples criticism lie said slowly witli a look that was portent in its firmness and yet bo 1 Â¬ Ali Vliolcilu an Hit ill IHiilcrtln Louisville St Louis Texas R R Co Yellow Pino Flooring and Coiling Shingles Hair Doors dently coming could bo olfeicd iu jus tico to him aud her 1 am prompted to talk in this vein out of regard for ono who is ho said dear to you I understand Liiureneo Mangnn It is in my power to make him nnd you happy sho begnn while Not by pntting a flush of lesentiiient mantled her cheeks ho No not by putting you apart intcrtupted if that is what you wero going to say Lot mo tell you I will biiug you closer His iiiiiuo is not Lntircnro Mtingun no moro than yours is Isabel Lo Clair Sho awaited in Isabel was stuitled fear tho words that wero to follow If Mangan knew it ids real namo is Lnuronco Lolaud and lie is your was Raymonds next declabrother ration sho exclaimed My brother Your biother Thank God That ho is TO be continued Â¬ full of tenderness that Isabel hesitated until tho explanation width wus evi- Laths Cement Lime Sash and Sole Agents for Brick Blinds TIMS Tnkliiir lUfoci SCHEDULE At600 oclck A 63 2tT 3TO 22 Sunday Dec 17 1893 Weil Bound and all kinds or Building Material Traini STATIONS Eait Bound JVaini MM ICxprs M Kxpr Kxprs Kxprs Mail A Homestoad Fortilizoro Bone Meal il and Troy Hail 6 45 72 7 30 elpin 747 7Vi Iill 74Siin 81X1 IvUnn Order iircouirMnli with tht ctli promptly filled HIE Choice coutilry Medium Common Creamery 8 04 8 Id 8 40 8 43 UOO HU7 y 17 Kentucky bt iitar MAItKET IIE1WS 821 8 di 8 34 9 y31 1 llrandcnhuri Hoc ILiven Loiifr llranch West Point Howard run Kuston K Dally Dally 1245pm 8 30 pic 12 SO 815 11 11 Sllain 1147 7 35 7 30 7 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 lli4 714 07 1111 1107 10 VJ 10 41 10 3d 10 iO 58 48 8t J45 VH 1004 1014 10 20 10 28 1031 1031 KU UOO Corn ctly ui ekly liy Iliinphrcv A Iiufcr lro itncc Commission Merchants tobecond hi lift Main and Market Louisville Ky LOUISVILLE KY April 2 IbtU Shippers sboulJ mark all paokugts plainly with shippers name and post oEco address BUTTEH IJ EOOS 12 8 21 0 15 Fresh 9 ONE HALF RATE CHAPTER V ISABEL UNDEtt UAYMONDfl INTLUEXCE Harveit Excursions to Arkansas and Texas On March Rlth Â¬ Â¬ CHAPTER BAVMOND IV WAR AND MANC1AN DKCLARK that noWt Let ua have h good story for nvery artiel ia culled liq wuar eirclaa jJJftUKaV atory In wwiumlua aW reaja was a lieutenant of Francis Ray Â¬ mond Both men were lawyers Tlioy bad studied in the same office and had succeeded to the practice of their pa tron There waa much friendship bo twoen them It waa n alncero friend ship on Mortimers part Raymond had the stronger will of the two Mortimer wae completely He had lifted him under his control up na be advanced himaeir not that he desired to lienor him but that he waa useful Mortimer had wick an exajjgert ated idea of Raymond a difficulty to pluee him wlwra ao many were clam oriug or preferment that bia spirit of Philip Mortimer tho registrar of ar gratitude developed into wibaervlency vlld oat tb cownUUly obliterating every quality with the perform- tWat womH Numerous Incandescent olectria bulbs added to tho floral ombollishmcuts that break out in overy direction make brilliant tbo rooms in tho Mortimer bomo on tho classic Brooklyn Heights Isabel is thero Inez ia tho hostess happy and no less radiant than when lost wo saw her Old school compan- Â¬ ions aro present too with friends par- Â¬ ticularly Bolected with a view of mak Inez had deter- Â¬ ing her fool at home mined to please Raymond and demon strate her womans tact by having nono thero boforo w horn Isabel might act con- Â¬ Inez had also asked Isabel strainedly to remain over night as otlieiwiso bIio would huvo to leavo early for tho convent Viva Inez wua a petito brunctto clous witty Intellectual and tirtlstic Sho was bo ho hud muiiy admirers sensitively constituted that sho partic- Â¬ ularly uvolded iu u most uatnrul way tho assertion of any accomplishment that might incite jealousy iu thoso of her sox who moved In circles with her self So strong a feature of her character was this that oven tlioy who thought Raymond an ollgiblo subject for their femiulno wilea nevor could ice in her relations with him at ball or feto anything beyond tho usual amenities of friendship Could Inez read her own heart alio might havo discovered that hot feollug not what sho took Periodic Attack of Neuralgia In forto Raymond was it bo Unconsciously she had como Eyes the to accept her brothers opinions and 0 1 Hood Co Lowell Massi sentiments with respect to the man ua I write to lay Uiat I have beeu a sufferer for her own She looked upon him aa her four jean with neuralgia In the eye The palm And hau not benefactor wert very severs at night causing ma to suffer brother winter and summer alike Sometimes a month Raymond uitnsoir bynta attentions hU would lapse between spells then I would be compltiuouta and references to a future where ho and she stood together made Troubled Every Week especially If I was up at ulgtit I am a man ot evident his own intentions with regard years ot age and employed reguUr bblti to liar Little did sho dream that her for the past seven years by Uealh Bprlnjs it Co brother was repaying Raymond a hun- Â¬ ptaea well kaowa merchants and baaker sof this dredfold and that sho herself tonight was renderlug him a service whoso worth time alone could disclose if in Â¬ deed the curtain of mystery waa ever to asd Camden I bought a supply of Hoods Sa be drawn aside aapaxllla used four bottUs and believe I as There she stood with Isabel by her W J I QXO Lancaster South Carolina wd side as the gueata one after another describe that soHe4a lWe ewFaCeaettpaMM Vy reuor were received Whywhich Vftt twoÂ¬ la the pasUUWaaattoaol the aMsBaatoryeacal cial pnnorpms h Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 8th 1891 tho April 10th and May St Louis Air Line I1KANS 1 75 to 1 85 Michigan hand picked 1 l to 1 Hi ndlapa Navy 1 00 to 1 20 Old or Common and colored DMED AIMLKS AND VEAOHES Hi to Applos choice bright quarters to 5 Apples average Applet old to S Peaches new reaches old 0 00 y It 0 17 9 28 9 31 9 4J 9 54 10 02 10 07 1012 1018 10 35 ltl t1 10 59 1100 1114 1119 1123 1131 Webster Iodiburi lUrcc Siple Stephcnsnort Addison Clnvcrport hhops IrluKtin luO 1020 1011 lUOii 40 30 00 57 62 45 614 1050 10 51 1105 11 16 Unit 1121 1130 1131 1140 1222 123 1238 llawcsville Falcon Cayce Lewiiport Powers Owcnsboro Sillinan letrie fates 10UI 9 48 94 9U 914 40 36 24 21 59 51 45 42 36 20 08 UI 9 22 9 08 9 04 8 58 8 40 8 25 500 U58im 12Uim Mattlnily Onflith 815 802 7 54 7 61 7 43 7 itf 7 27 347 12 42 1260 12 67 Stanley Worlhlngton Heads Spottsvllie 3 41 3 37 330 316 310 1145 12 llodpui lOaui 108 1 1 3 23 2 55pm 14 30pm arlleudersn lias rtts Iv 7 05am 719 i il 1 LouisviIeHadinsburg TAKING West Hound Traini Western JULY 29 No 3 TIME TABLE Kast Hound Daily Dally Dally ex bun ex bun STATIONS ex bun No 2 No6 No 1 HOOun Iv IrviiiKton Ar 930am I II EFFECT 1891 FEATIIKKS St Louis Con Loulsvillo KvaiiHvillo It R will sell Harvest Excursion tickets Prime white goose Mixed Old No 1 duck Green trood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skin 35 31 Train Daily M ex Sun No f to all points in Arkansas Texas and Eddy N M at ono half rates for tho Tickets good returning U0 round trip days from date of sale Tlio Air Lino is 611 miles tho short Â¬ est route to St Louis- - tho west and Southwest and the only lino running vestibulu trains dully between Louisville and St Louis with parlorand dining cars Pullman pilaco sleepers on night trains For fuithcr information us to rates routes maps timo tables sloepcr car reservations etc can on or luwresM u 1st I ouis or J A Campbell G P A Imlsvillu City B Campbell I P A ticket office S W corner Ilrd and Main street depot 11th and Main street uuuisvuie ivy SPEEDY smil LASTING c 25 HIDES 3 5 110 100 1 SJf 20 7 50 7 1 50 1165am 1212 12 48 IH lOULTHY 0 12 2 7 3 50 7 125 145 2 20 Garheld lamed Itardlnsburir Kirk Jqllv Glcndcane 1 8 20 8 00 7 40 710 700 Hem per lb lloo ters per lb Spring Chlokens per lb Young Ducks per lb Oocie full featberd arFallitmihlv Hock vale Huth Dcmiister 6 40 6 30 232 2 41 Oak 269 330pm ArKntdivillf Atkins 610 537 526 5 18 Iv 500 4 45am Turkeys Yellow Hoot y 8 2 40 H00TH 2 25 llnieng Ky and Indiana OAM E IHE LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS AIR LINE RH Id 75 1 LEABTL SHORTEST SO 1 llabblti Squirrels Quail WOOL QUICKEST 354 25 25 AND 11 EST LINE TO 50 26 17 St Louis Evansville pm Tub washed Hreaae One drease coarse Merluo Uurry and Cuts - AND ALL POINTS Id 12 12 5 RESULTS T0J U 14 10 West and South West Tims Cari Ly Loulsvillo Arr ot Louis ETaqsTill mT ewisl thin i FAT FfcUl-B-f- simple No Inconvenience ABSOLUT A Peculiar Case Irtre Hsoojmr bottle MEDICAL HIUMONT tute tMlk tram 1KU InlttMAllft ftubttAnce lM I1MUTW1 ftfHTTl nur mflnev fikDiuTCR rune n nliiml Till icusUyj MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Ueeswax Send 4c lof Ireitlie CO Uotlon Mass Sorghum Molasses 1IA1 We quote price uiiAin to daj on Loulsvillo intu - 4X 2t 30 35 1000pm lt20 For further laformatlon call on or address 1892 in Effect July 3 8s05 am 825 pm 42V o io a m 7tzu pm cltj 36 RA J wharft BANK ov OATS HAY B CAMPBELL Onl CAMPBELL Pais Aet Kt Louis A Mo No 3 oat II 32 Strictly choice Choice No 2 lood Medium Uood Urlgbt Straw CORN Choice white Choice shelled HAEDIUSBUHa Capital Stock S25 000 Surplus 87 000 n F DEAHD President WILL MILLKH Vlce Prsililent M U BEARD CaiMtr 10 SO IS 00 00 12 00 uu M uu iu S SO 4 7S City Ticket Offlco St Louisville Ky 8 W Cor Third AMaln DP roaliTllUKy u - 40 4 00 3 75 3 50 S 40 Ci 3 65 3 00 25 3 35 CATTLE lood to extra shipping Light sbltmlni Ilcst Uutchert Medium to good butchers 1I0QS MS 6 W BRAHD HoodsCures M0UUI3 KSKKID0K RM JOLLY Dlra tor INTEFEST PAID ON TIME pEPOSITS Our Goru BhlrU have arrived choice 60 cents at Balibanea 5 Choice packing and butchers S Fair to good -- 8 Rough 104 lb and under Shoats and pigs 20 50 75 QUO 5 25 Dr Prices WotMs fair tlljlmt Crtm Baking Pewdsr Medal and DiploMa SHKKP leod to extra shipping Fair to food LAMM seoJ to eiUa spring M6T5 5M 2 To 1 S iU i T 3o rirnl i HniiitH is 4 Breckenridge WEDNESDAY MAY THfe BRBGKMRIDGR NRWS OLOYRRPORt KY News 2 1801 PRESTON Jno Purr of Kansas is visiting relatives hero Mrs Lucy Urowu is convalescent from n recent Illness Miss Etta May Allen comteinplateB visiting friends In LouisvUlo soon Our young folks havo a fishing party In contemplation for tho near future Miss Maud Flaherty has returned from n brief visit to relatives near Khodelia Ilro Wlnfrcd preached to nn attentive congregation at the school house last Sunday Miss Ida Wheeler gave a select social at tho homo of her aunt Mrs Id rris ltarr lost Saturday night Mrs Eva Urashear is considerably bet- Â¬ ter and her friends enteitalii hopes of her ultimate recovery Miss Lena Gullland is wearing an ele gant plain gold baud ring on tho third linger of her left hand What dots that signify MIbscs Ella Flaherty Tommio Brown Messrs Ellis Basin ger and W T Allen were the guests of Miss Dessie Brown last Sunday week Brashear has remodeled his two story dwelling and moved his family thither lost week Samuel Basse tt lire moved into the vacated propeity Mrs Thos Nevitt underwent a very paiuful surgical operation last week per- Â¬ formed by Drs Fryralro and Milncr Her many friends hope she will survive the ordeal We learn that T It OBryan is now tho solo proprietor of tho Messenger having bought F J McAuliffos claim on tho paper and right hero wo wish to put in a good word for him MrOBryan is a most exemplary young man and his county has good reason to bo proud of him Wo hope the citizens of Meado and Breckenridge will stick to him and not let him regret having invested his dollars in a paper devoted to their Interests The writer has been inteiest ed in tho Messenger both as a contributor to its columns and n friend to its editors ever since it has been a paper and wo most heartily wish it unparallel ol mixmb Â¬ HE WENT BELOW This Is exceedingly painful intelli Â¬ IaTThTcashT Are Discarding tho Merchants Ways of Their Fathers and Got- ting Out of Ruts The Credit System Is Going and Buslnoss is Approaching A Cash Basis BETTER FOR EVERYBODY Major McKinloy Applios at tho oppressors Gates of Heaven and Is Inter- Then I may go by Saint Potor viovoiI Yes below Qabrlel May I be periuifed lo Inquire gence why not Certainly Wo havo protection here Wo protect the unprotected from their Important Announcement HI IHUWWW Tlioy Havo Protection Tlioro Where tho Unprotected Aro Protected A wolf In sheeps clothing the Against Thoir Oppressors substitute offered by tho cutter as HE DWELLS WITH DIVES being just as good as Ayers Sarsaparilla If you dont want to bo bitten Insist Uon having Ayers Sarsaparilla even If it Is a little dearer Depend on it it will bo cheaper for you In the end will conduct you to your future homo in tho company of GalIlpolls Bulletin Dlvs TO THE HEADERS OF THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Wo hnvo mado arrangements with tho publishers of Under supervision of St Betcr some scores of cherubs wcro oiling tho rusty locks of heavens gates There had not been many visitors of late and the old doorkeeper had almost thrown his arm out of place tho last time ho unlocked the portals On this side of the gates the streets wcro worn into deep ruts from constant travel but on the other side tho grass row up between the golden bricks Another host of cherubs wero burnishing thcjowels and gold forming tho portals of tho inner gates Old St Peter sat doz in in his big arm chair when ho was suddenly aroused by a knocking at the door Whos there he demanded Major McKlnley of Ohio Aro you the governor of that State Yes sir You are the author of the McKinley bill too I suppose STEPHENSPORT Among tho many reforms Hint tbo present condition of affaire is making necescary is tho one forcing merchants and other business men out of tho old timo credit wysluiu rut and bringing them down to tho point of doing busi ness strictly on a cash basis Several merchants in Breckenridge county have recently adopted this plan and at tho present timo it seems to be working smoothly to the mutual benefit of tradesmen and customers There are soveral good reasons why tho cash sys tem is the best for all parties and in connection with this thought wo quota from a circular that ono of the reformed firms has recently issued to its patrons There are arguments advanced in favor of the credit system but tho time has arrived when these arguments find lodgement only in tho brain of him who refuses to progress of tho 100 percenter of him who is satisfied to do business as his fattier did it seeming not to realize that strides of advancement have been made in every department and avenue of life and that he who fails to keep paco with this tide of progress and ad- Â¬ vancement is soon lost in tho struggle tramped under foot in the mad rush for success which lie never achieves and soon ho is buried beneath the smoulder Â¬ ing umbels of his own ruin from which lie never rises He who runs a credit business invar iably loses accounts that can never be collected it matters not how careful ho may be in selecting those whom he will credit Some could pay who will not and others would pay but can not and in either case tho man who credits them is tho one on whom the burden falls The result is the same to him Merchants realize this and in self defense increase the price of the goods to offset this loss All merchants who do n credit business make those who do pay their accounts also pay tho debts of those who cannot or will not pay They do this as before stated by an increase in tho profits on their goods We do not deny having done this in the past and wo were com pelled to do it by the detestable ruinous and inquilious system of credit The man who is out of debt is the only man who can feel free independent happy and content Did you over think dear friends that it is just as cosy to live a year behind your income as it is to live a year ahead of it if you will but do it And oh how much better you will feel how much morn independent and free Try it and you will feel tho truth of what we say You have got in tho habit of living in debt and you think you cant live any other way but you Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SJ Â¬ Sirocco you dont know how you us by your malignancy of tho little ones last week We know that it is an accepted fact that most old bachelors and old maids aro averse to children but we are grieved to find that you are of that class 1 can not really believe that you begrudge your portion of tho school tax and that your protestations against the advancement of education were sincere And tho epithet you nosed brats was just terrible should remember that you wcro a child onco your self at sonio anti diluvian dato also that Christ was a child here Â¬ upon earth and that ho said Suffer little children to come unto me for of such is If you had the kingdom of Heaven ever havo had soft little baby hands to caress you and tiny lips to call you pa pa wo do not think you would be so Oh hurt Â¬ can Now in conclusion we want to say that we have taken this stand because we believe it to bo a progressive step a step in the right direction and friends if you differ with us we recognize tho fact that you havo a right to do so and have no quarrel to maki with you on that account Dont Delay to yourself to get rid of tho foul accumulation in your blood this spring Hoods Sarsaparilla is just the medicine you need to purify vitalize and enrich your blood That tired feeling which affects nearly every one in tho spring is driven off by Hoods Sarsapa Â¬ It is your duty rilla tho great spring medicine and blood purifier Hoods 1iiui beeoino tho favorite cathartic with everyone who tries them The Oglesby Cemetery There is a move being made to clean up and fence tho Oglesby cemetery situated near tho south western limits of the city This cemetery is in a beautiful spot and it contains many remains of the older citizens of Cloverport wIiomj descendants still reside among us The stones that mark the resting placo of these our fathers and mothers who have gone beforo us are decaying and fulling down simply for the want of proper care and attention The fence around tho yard has been destroyed by flro and tho graves are exjiosed to tho tread and depredations of cattle and other stock Mr E It Oglesby says that if those who havo relatives resting there will fence tho cemetery and show a disposition to take stfiuo care of it that he will leave an open road through his farm leading to It and now it is proposed to build a cheap but durable iron fence around it not to cost over 70 and straighten up tho stones and monuments for future preservation All persons who have relatives buried there and who wish to havo their lost resting place cared for should communicate with either Marion Ilambleton Chas May or E I Oglesby and state to wha t extent they wish to help Â¬ bitter against children Now well admit that there is but little attraction about nn uukept neglected child but we should entertain feelings of sympa Â¬ thy towards it tho parents are responsi ble for tho appearance and wellfare of that child Now Sirocco dont think we are trying to pick a fuss with you for such is not tho case wo only want to soften your feelings toward tho little All children are dear to us for ones the sake of ono bright little gem now beyond the skies and wo can not bear to hear them slightingly spoken of No ono admires your writings more than I and I hear them praised on all sides they are not too deep for the understand ing of tho masses nor too surfacial to bo simple and we tender you this bit of advice in a most friendly spirit viz Enlarge and cultivate your acquaintance at Ek ron as we believe she is there who can melt your crutty heait and transform you into a genial domestic man Sho is very anxious to have an old bachelor round about in these house cleaning days and you might get a job She is worth whining and I say to you Go at it right and go in to win with my best wishes for your success Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ While Mr T J Illchey of Altona Mo was traveling in Kansas ho was taken violently ill with cholera morbus Ho called at a drug store to get some medlcino and the druggist recommended Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrluca Keinedy so highly ho con cluded to try it The result was Im Â¬ mediate relief and a tew doses cured him completely It Is made for bowel complaints and nothing else It never fails For sale by A It Fisher Clover port Ky and Klncheloe Meador A Co Hardinsburg Ky Weather bright after a weeks rain Tho public grave yard has a now fence wlru front C F Hartford hold services In tho M E Cliu ch Suuday Mis C Best and son Christie ppent a day last week in Louidvillo C 0 Perrigo of Cloverport ppent Sunday with his mother and sister P C Brashear Is having a lime barn erected near the Phumix liino kiln and rock qua ry I think it a sad mistake about Owen Cunninghams nerve being shaky over tho Democratic primary Charles Wadlingtan has sold out his business to M Blain and Klrhy Blaln I confess I am now smilingly standstho counter behind What was your object Major In mak Â¬ W II Dawson will hold services In ing that bill the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday Protection evenings and Sunday morning will Protection I dotit understand you preach the funeral of the late Jas E in- Â¬ sir Please explain yourself ner Its object and scope was to protect Mrs Little Mrs Morse and Mr Tom tho American manufacturer from foreign Brinley jr who have been visiting Mr cheap labor and Mrs Jako Brinloy returned to their How did you prevent this By putting heavy duties on tho for Â¬ home in Louisville this week accompa- Â¬ nied by Mrs Brinley eign product Wo regret very much to hear of the Did this mako the manufuctunrscll death of Mrs Will Williams of Evans his wares cheaper I dont believe it did ville which occurred the iith of this month She was formerly Miwi Funny Did ho pay his laborers higher wages French daughter of Mr and Mrs John No sir but he did not lower them Isnt it n fact Major that tho manu- Â¬ French who lived hero a few y ars ago facturer raised the price of his goods where sho was married to Will Wil- Â¬ liams son of dipt It T Williams The under your hill husband parents nnd family havo our It may bo so Do you not know it to be bo deepe t sympathy Yes But I was only u weak mortal OAK RIDGE and tho manufacturing people are very I coull not resist the rich and powerful Wet wet wet temptation to labor for their money May I come in More weddings are reported Wait a moment Major You did not Farmers aro behind with their work lend your talents then to benefit the Mr Carlt Cart called on his old girl poor last Sunday I am sorry to shito I believe not Mr Adam Cornier was the guest of his And your labors as a Statesman havo been for tho luxuries of the few by the best girl lost Sunday oppression of the many Mr Milt McAfee was tho guest of Miss Thats what President Cleveland Carrie lust Sunday as usual Roger Q Mills Colonel Jones and Col Miss Marys schcol is quite a success Wattercon havo said Sho is well liked by every ono That wont do Major answer my Mrs Betsey Claycomb wo aro sorry to question Did you or did you not say Is no butter at this writing sorry to say I believe I did Im Mr Junius Atcr had a bush cutting Major do you remember Dives I think I havo read of him some last Saturday and a very nice timo was reported where Mr and Mrs Jim Bane pasud through Ho made U home with tho rich tho county Saturday enrouto for his Yes sir mothers Dressed in purple and fin1 linen Yes sir Mr John Av tt went to IlarJn burg And fared sumptuously every day Saturday after his daughter and Miss Do you know where ho is now Deo We are glad to have them in our I have heard that ho was In hell midst again Thats where he is now You sought Messrs Sash Avitt and James Bano the friendship of tho rich did you not wero the guests of Miss Mary Philpot I am afraid that I did Thursday evening Bo careful boys or You framed laws which enabled them some ono not far off will get jealous to pile up monster fortunes Miss Hattio Bane was the guest of That is what I have been accused of Mrs Sudo Cart last Wednesday Miss Is it true or not Carrie not being at home she seemed to I am afraid it is But Ivo repented enjoy herself very pleasantly with the on my way here boys Never mind that just now These laws you framed did they clothe tho na- Â¬ VALLEY ked feed tho hungry or heal the sick I believe not Farmers aro hustlitig planting corn Did they not deprive the naked poor Born to tho wife of F 0 McClellan a of comfortable clothing Kin It is very likely Mr John Jarboo had a log rolling ast Did not your bill mako every 10 cents Tuesday worth of woolen goods cost tho poor man I 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As a Norvo Tranquillizor nnd Tonic it novor hits boon equalled Dr L D Collins Gbldthwuito Tox aaya of it It is tho finost Norvo Irunquillizor I havo ovor UBOd L 0 Coulson Deputy Clork Jackson county Ala says I commond it for Norvousnoss above anything I havo ovor News I rito to thank the Democrats of Breckenridge county whoBupportod mo in my lato raco for jailor most cordially for tho kind- Â¬ ness extended toward roe to Bay to them and to oil othor Democrats of tho coun- Â¬ ty that I came out of tho Primary per- Â¬ fectly willing to abide by the decision of tho majority and will do all In my power to carry tho Di mocratlc banner to victory In Novomber Vory Ilespt ctfully Editor BrtKtKKNitiuoK Recently u Mohave Bquaw in California gavo birth to twins For a woman to bear twins is in tho eyes of the Mohaves a sura indication that tho mother is tho consort of evil spirits and is a witch Thero is but one penalty death for mother und children The portion of tho tribo of which tho mother was a member was summoned and it was de- Â¬ cided to enforce tho custom The pa Â¬ pooses wero brained but tho mother was doomed to a more horrible- fato Everything belonging to lior was collected und placed in tho shock with her tiie door closed up and flro applied to tho structure With true Indian stoic- Â¬ ism she would not cry out and died with Â¬ out n murmur and her soul passed to the happy hunting grounds whoro her newborn babes had preceded her In two hours naught was left of the struc Â¬ ture but smoldering embers All this occurred in less than half n luilo of The Needles Needles Eyo Â¬ SAMANTHA at the WORLDS FAIR Josllh Wlllt Nw aA 00000 otIBS over 100 Allens Book SOLD N LE8 THAN 700paB illustration Jiandwme bindine sdsfap YOU CAN MAKE MORE MONEY Samantha m than In Any Other Way selllrn swtes erw rt k i mnm 0 HUUKCM N Q n what enl wty liome about 3 tquaret It toee like hot cakee Took eventeen order llilt mornine Thirty one nauiei taken to day AGENTS WANTED R Till UIDWAT THE vaavw awi IIU1 IU g 61111 HAMILTON PUBLISHING uj uiau or mrougn agents Cloth I2W Ilal Kutsla H 00 Ilandtomoprosprctutandoulh l Hoi M11IA fnr lanl told Will tell all thli year Good live agents earn 1J0 to IMO per week Write at CO wwsmrMM wsw mM Samantha Xctti tkt iMJfc s p 508 yt ragua O ARCADE OLEVELAND J0 BOUIINE J M HAKPEIt DANIKL BK00K3 BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO -- A Too Chopper In Trouble John Dvku tried Well now said an old fannor whon his cow had kicked him tho milk stool and the pall In different directions that s the worst fault this cow s got Children Cry for When Bob Pitchers Castorla we Geo W Armstoad Ed The Issue Nuslivillo Tonn saya Gormotuor ia an invaluablo Buildor and Invijorator of tho Norvo Forcoa Hon G W Sandorlin Ex Auditor N 0 now 8d Auditor Washington D 0 aaya I havo novor found a hotter Norvo Tonic and Gonoral Invigorator Contains no Bromidos Co caiuo Chloral or othor inju- Â¬ rious druga Always safo for all agoa and aoxoa 1 6 for 5 Sold by druggists Manufd only by Kings Royal Germetuer Co Atlanta Ga yna U Imum KJm Wk VlUa riM ww u iJek CWM tb eri4 ter CAsterU tbo ohwf to OuterU see fftvt Mmcs CaJtorla cr h CwtorU U U4 CUMtm der examination Tho instructor asked him Of what cause specifically did the people die who lost their lives In the de Â¬ struction of Herculanicuni and Pompeii I think they died of an eruption sir answered the student Thcro is nothing I havo ever used for muscular rheumatism that gives mo as much relief as Chamberlains Pain Balm does I have been using it for about twoyears four bottles in nil as occasion required and always keop a bottle of it in my home I believe I know a good thing when I get hold of It and Pain Unexpected Wealth Balm is tho best liniment I have ever Under a recent law In California lie W U Denny dslrjman mot with local banks published a list of unclaimed Now Lexington Ohio 60 cent bottles deposits with tho result that many 10 for sale by A It Fisher Cloverport Ky ple learn for the first time of neglected and Klncheloe Meador Co Hardins- Â¬ wealth belonging to them One woman burg Ky who iiassincq married a second time dis- Â¬ covert that her first husband bad f8680t Mama ltomembcr Frankle what the on deposit of which he had never told dentist said about candy ruining your her Another family wlipue members were in desperate straits learns of a deÂ¬ teeth Erankie Yea r but why dont you let posit of a husband and father now Ae oeaeed of fSOO Ben Fnwoieoo Call pae prove It like we do in rlthmetlc William Henderson of Euglewood is under arrest for stealing toes Tho toes ho took wero not from human beings but from the staff figures along tho Transportation building William is of u scientific turn of mind and it is said CATTLE contemplated writing a book on tho big toe and its peculiarities among various nations When arrested ho had a chisel and was cheerfully chipping the l edal extremities of Robert Fulton lie hud BOURiON STOCK YARDS a sackful of toes which aro now at tho i ii i Woodlawn station Chicago Times i Commission Salesmen of Live Stock i f HOQS AND SHEEP LOUISVIU KV ir Mf A i BBBBBBBBLiaPlSeilafli BBBBBeslPBwRVeWSeBM lnyiBtBBBBLSaBSPurTaSw BaBBflMBaHsV llGiaVVRflgraw4 afE2llJH n D MiYurxs MANAaCR JIpjjisyilleKy o M f rifufVn A nieaAas tl mm 43pw 4fc iti ywf m fcnim -- rsErzsia qpf f vr S l TfciiTBin - jJWIWn THE BRRGKENRIDGR NRWS GLOYRRPORT KY Awarded Highest Honors World Da Fair I t CREAM BAKING POWDIR MOST PERFECT MADE A Mr James Keddlng of San DlcgoCnl was In the ilty Monday visiting friends Ho left on tho evening Haiti to visit the Mammoth Cave when ho will return to California Mr Kidding Is n promising Hasvlile boy now In tho employ of tho American Land Company of San Diego controlled by Geo Eli 1 IMurray formerly of this city Dr J T Owen n turned yesterday from Glcndean whe ro ho has been for the last week running off tho land be Â¬ longing to tho estato of tho late Jesse Moorman The Dr comes home very much enthused ovtr tho business out look at Glcndean He says tiny have the finest prospects out there for good crops he ever inw nnd ho Is nluiost in tho notion of going out thero and buy Â¬ ing n fnrm Mr A MMcCrackcn superintendent Mr II C Mordue general freight and passenger agent Mr HN Hudson Itoad Master Mr Itldgoly Cnce Car account- Â¬ ant Mr F 1 Hagood Superintendent of Bridges Mr C 1 Bush Paymaster and Mr Geo Dean Conductor made up the party on the pay car last Friday They were on n tour cf inspection ns well ns payinf A handsome and jolly set of fellows all of them SERIOUSLY HURT 1 txKzmssssnsMSESE Billy Tonkinson Has the Biceps Hat do Torn From His Right Arm By Machinery most diat easing and serious accident occurred at the Cloverport Brick WorkB yesterday morning Tlieso works weru just resuming oper ations after a shut down of several months Everything was in readiness Billy and everv man was nt his post Tonkinson tho gereral foomnn was seeing that everything was in proper Bhapc for the stnrt He was misting n man who was tightening up bolts nnd nuts about tho brick machino when he discovered that n tap was off n rod nnd he poked his right nrm through between spokes of the largo wheel that runs tho machine to point It out to tho workman Tho wheel wns turning slowly and while Tonkinson wns speaking of tho missing tnp his nrm wasraught between a Bpoko of tho wheel and a friction clutch Tho friction clutch was station- Â¬ ary but tho spoko was moving forward with tho wheel just barely missing tho clutch As soon as ho was caught he realized his danger and called for the machinery to be stopped Beforo this could havo been dono however his arm would havo been cut off But fortunately n largo stout quick witted negro was standing by and seizing tho wheel by another spoke with his great strength actually stop Â¬ ped it dead still and tho largo 18 inch belt slipped round it till tho steam could bo shut off Tho colored heros namo Is James Hayncs and his homo is in Ho was not ono of the Owensboro hands but was n strango bystander just looking about and viewing tho works Tonkinson was then taken out of tho machinery and messengers sent for physicians Doctors Simons and O won soon arrived and preceded to dress tho wound Tho bono was not fractured but all tho muscles tendons arteries and veins wero served at tho olbow and tho biceps had contracted nnd drawn up townrd tho shoulder leaving the bono bare Tho wound is a severe one and may produce death There Is nbout one chnnco in n hundred of snvlng the nrm but if saved it will forever be stiff nt the elbow joint A Â¬ Â¬ The Best is always Boys Will be Boys The little chaps cant help wear ing out Clothing They are not to blame Parents should see Â¬ The Cheapest This can bo proven to your entire satisfuction if CO S E you will call on JULIUS WINTER Corner Third and Market Streets tho BEST Clothing House nnd the CHEAPEST in tho city Bo suro and sec them boforo purchasing to it that pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free fom Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD The Clothes They Wear Are of the right stuff at the start Summer vacation and school holi- Â¬ days give a severe test to the goods and the workmanship V BRECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY MAY LOOAL IEWS 2 1894 elsewhere Rcmcm BREVITIES It will SAVE ber the place MANY DOLLARS for you s v TSK urt O tV - i IA FJto r SH w w W - if Kvi Br V IW - I Shirt fitters for nil mankind Sulzers Ico cream every day nt the City Bakery Horn April 25 Anniu Iightfoot Dug ger PERSONAL Ml kinds of cool drinks nt the City Uakery I It Murray went to Frankfort last See our latest in gents fancy straw lints Sunday evening Sufcirs Hon Tico Jolly was in tho lty Mon Shoes that were mtulu to bo walked in day on business nt Sulzers Miss Lula Sawyer returned from Louis- Â¬ Light clothing for spring and summer ville Monday night wenr Sulzers Geo McCubbins of Slephcnsport was Your moiipya worth or your nionoy In the city yesterday back nt Suers Miss May Connor is visiting relatives Dont fail to inspect our line of cloth- Â¬ and Iriends near Rome Ind ing this week Sulzers Burrel Beard of Hardinsburg was in Leave your orders for ico cream and tho city Saturday on business sherbert at Kiedel Cos It N Miller went to Louisville Satur Â¬ See our lino of spring drees goods ready day evening on a business trip for your incpection Sulzers Mrs J D Brashcar of Owensboro Wo havo n line of boys clothing wo are camo up Saturday to visit her husband proud to rt commend Sulzers Mrs II V Duman wont to Louisvillo Horn April Jitli to tho wife of John last night to replenish her millinery Mussulman Irvington a fine gill stock Kemeinber if it is to bo found in of Nashville Mr A T Afterwood Cloverport wo havo it Sulzers Tenn was tho guest of Miss Bertha Your presence is requested at tho Mattingly Sunday peerless price matinee at Sulzers Mr John W Mnston of tho Hnncock 01 Mattlngly carno up from Owensboro Clarion was n passenger on tho east nnd spent Sunday with his family bound train Monday Our shoes nro made for servicablo Miss Nannie Collins went to Stephens wear nnd persuading prices Sulzers port Saturday accompanied by her little Cream sodas lemonade milk shake nephew Warfield Collins Cos icocold sweet cider nt Uiedel Clint Adkisson of Webster was in Our shirts nro drenms of happiness tho city Iat Saturday tho guest of his ensy to wenr ensy to lit and easy to buy brother Dr S B Adkisson Sulzers Mrs D W Fnirleigh of Louisville Our grocery depart ment tilled with will bo down to day to spend a few days all kinds of good things to tempt tho np with her sister Mrs J D Babbago petite Sulers Mrs Alfred Oelc and daughter Ethel Foit Hunt Two elegant rooms either arrived from Georgetown last night Apply to The young ladys health is much imfurnished or unfurnished proved Jno D Babbngp Miss Latitln Frymire of Patesvflle W Scott Cunningham has been ap pointed postmaster nt Chonnult vice A boarded tho east bound train In this city Monday to return to her music class at SS Allen resigned Garfield 31 Lyddan of Webster shippod a Mrs Henry Paul and mother Mrs fine bunch of red berkshlre porkers to John Parris nro visiting Mrs Simon Louisville Monday Pato this week They will return homo Tho frnmo work of tho Catholic par- Â¬ next Sunday sonage is far enough advanced to let tho Miss Eliza Guynn of Chicago who plasterers goo to work has had a delightful visit with Mrs S G Are you looking for n place where you Shelley left Tuesday morning for Eliza can get the most for tho dollar if so wo bethtown to visit her sister are tho people Sulzers Mrs Jas Mattingly formerly of Padu Let us give you a tip on shoes we can cab and baby Ituth aro hero visiting givo you a tip on tho outside or n tip her parents She will soon join her hus Â¬ on the inside in prices Sulzers band at Lexington whero ho has cliargo Dr A A Simons hns been appointed of tho machino shops of tho Kentucky county physician Ho is also tho local Union railroad Vt F Axton for many years traveling member of the Stnto Board of Health salesman for F T Gucnther wholesalo Tho only coffee ndmited on tho Worlds grocer Owensboro lias accepted a posiFairgrounds Chaso nndSnnbornaGold Co en llio Jnva nnd Mocha brunts Wo tion with Ouerbackcr Gilmore wholesale grocers Louisvillo Mr Axton it Sulzsrs havo is a populnr young mnn nnd has a good If you are going to paint either jour trado in this section house or your buggy this spring it will pay you to buy your paints from J Max Among The Brick Plants Willett Ekron Ky Tho Patton Brick AVorks started oper Â¬ Tho many friends of Mr James Mat ations last Wednesday nnd nro now run- Â¬ tingly will be pleased to know that ho ning witln full force turning out 40000 has been made foreman of tho Kentucky brick a day which will bo Increased to 50000 as soon as everything gels in bet Â¬ Union railroad shops at Lexington Mr It T Mattingly who traded his ter running order and tho clay gets farm at Addison to 0 J Fella for his dryer Mr Patton has placed a now Eastland property a couplo of weeks ngo screen in tho works which greatly moved his family down last week aud facilitates and improves tho pulverizing Mr Fella moved to Addison Tho works started with 33 men on tho If you havo Gods best gift to man n pay roll and when they begin placing wifo nsk her to look nt our shirts beforo burning nnd drawing others will bo you buy for tho ladies know fine linen added which will increaso tho force to and high class workmanship when thoy 45 or 50 James Fisher is tho clerk seo them Jno D Babbago Preston Pike general foreman John Dr A M Kincheloe chairman Dr It Hall boss of the clay pit Wm Downs T Dempster nnd Dr A A Simons the engineer at present but will go to tho county board of hcnlth were called to Acuio next week Harry Perkins yard Hnrncd Monday to examino n nuisance boss that was endangering tho health of that Tho Cloverport Brick AVorks raised town steam last Wednesday and began pump The Laundry Company failed to find ing the water and elenning tho mud out sufficient wator abovo tho creek aud havo of tho clay pit preparatory to resuming now decided to locato in tho West End operations Yesterday they attempted Lucian Ghapln is to bo commended for to stnrt up with full force but tho fore- Â¬ his grit and persovornnce In trying to got man met with a serious accident an ac- Â¬ tills enterpriso on a working footing count of which will be found in another Ctopt Felix Hawkins commander of column and the start was postponed tho Steamer Tell City died in Evnns- - another day F J Ferry is the general vlllo 0110 day last week He was a good manager Win Thonkinson goneral boatman and n general fnvorite with tho foreman Jako Morrison engineer John His homo was In Pauiy boss of clay pit James Goodwin traveling public yard boss John Gregory and Sam Ah Lcavenwortlrf Ind Squlro Ben Miller of Hardinsburg burners was in tho city lost Saturday circulating Tho Acme has been cleaning up re Â¬ among his friends Tho Fnulre used to pairing and hauling clay for several vlult Cloverport quito often hut of late days preparatory for a resumption of his trips huvo been few and far between work and they aro now waiting for now and his old friends wcte glad to seo him rollers which aro on tho way They will start up in a few days in his old haunts Mr J A Witt and wife of Hardins It will only be n few doys now when burg camo down Sunday to seo ids mo- Â¬ all the works aro In full operation and ther Mrs McFlierson who is quito ill Cloverport will again be a lively and Mrs John Culley of Louisville U also prosperous town here Mrs McPhcrson is quito old and Small boy as grocer pours molasses in Â¬ feeble aud It is feared she will not recov- Â¬ to jug on a cold morning Here mister er will llBVe you havent got all the molasses out of lQTATO JtANT8-- -I fiWBBT about 12000 or 15000 sweet potato plants that measure te offer for rale this month and all per Â¬ Grocer Thats all right sonny there sons standing in need of thorn will was some in the measure beore pletue leave their orders with Downier rouit hack aviivs ttolhlag good for Or nu sru all worn out Sod and they will be filled at the ear Â¬ Try II Ugiil Wtllfty liest date possible Pknte ready now XHUWNS IROX MITTHXS vWMrajMLipdjtlvaoiuftK for setting -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JULIUS WINTER S CO Ky Both ECornorThird and Market Sts Louisvillo Should Be Just Right Sulzers make a special feature of Boys Clothing In style finish quality and price WsBbBi V TOBINSPORT At Mrs R B Pierces Politics is very quiet now Miss Uoso Polk is on the sick list this Tho a week began in earnest hero Corn planting last week is all How is your straw berries tho talk now Miss Helen Polk visited Mrs Ada Payne Sunday Alvi ltyan went to Millstone Saturday to seo his little son Willard John Haynes was over from Patesvillo one day last week to soo his son Arctus Mr Stuart Finch whom wo reported last week as sick is said at this writing to be better C P Polk has a nico bed of sweet potato slips now ready for sale at Oct per hundred Tho Perry county S S convention which meets hero next Saturday nnd Sunday promises to bo a success Tobiu Groves went to Louisvillo Sun Â¬ day witli a nico drovo of hogs Ho thinks ho will become tho principal trader hero beforo long The hearts of people aro onco more made to rejoice at tho sound of tho whisIt tles of the Cloverport brick plants is music to our ears as well as others It was decided at tho Baptist church last Sunday to obsorvo Childrens Day tho second Sunday inJunp Tho money contributed ou that day will bo used for tho purpose of organizingSunday Schools in destitute places Elder John F Winchell of Rockport was hero last week mixing with old friends Only a few years havo passed sinco wo saw John but to look at his beard is only a gentlo reminder that wo aro all swift passengers from tho shores of time to eternity Mrs Jane Ambers and Mrs Minnie Allen went to Cannolton last Saturday on a business trip They may for all we know havo gone to the inn of tho Clark Bros to order a big lot of flower pots to set all those new roses in but dont tell them I said so Avery Polk has a horse that is thirty years old this fall He traded for it in tho fail of 05 at the ago of ono year and has had it in his possession over since I dont suppose it ever missed a feed on account of sickness in its life It is as spry as a colt yet and can do as good a days work as most any horso around With good treatmont it looks like it would be good for four or five years yet It was once an iron gray but now it is as whlto as milk You had just as well try to buy Ares wifo as to try to buy old Kate If any ono of your readers can beat that let him trot out and bring on another boss Â¬ Ladies Missionary Society Qivc Social That Will Ever Be Remembered- Fishing Notes They aro biting real well now Some nice strings aro being caught Some nico strings havo been caught up Clover creek Jess Miller is up nt Sample spending his time angling in Sinkiug creek The Falls of Sinking Is tho ideal spot for tho angler whether they bito or not Frnrfk Mattingly caught a string of fourteen nico bass nt tho mouth of Tar Fork last Saturday It is reported that they aro biting well now in Sinking Creek especially about tho falls and just above Geo Boyd caught a nico string of bass and bachelor twenty five at the Falls of Sinking day after Saturday Dr Cottrell says that it does not re- Â¬ quire much patience to fish but worms arc tho principal consideration A party from Louisvillo spent last week at tho Falls of Sinking and caught a fino lot They will return again next Saturday Irvo OBrien Dr Cottrell and Mr Floyd Davenport anchored n skiff in tho river just below tho pier Mondny nnd caught some nico cats Tho professionnl fishermen are netting some fine ones in the river just now There were two fino Mississippi cats caught last week weighing 55 and 02 pounds respectively George Boyd O TSkillman and Capt Roland went to Troy Ind ono day lost week and spent tho day up Anderson creek They caught a nico string of forty odd bachelor and bass Dr Cottrell nnd Lewis OBren hnd fine sport up Clover creek last Saturday They caught two strings at least a yard long each of fiddler cats and white perch Whon asked how many thoy had all to-Â¬ gether the Doctor said Wo dont know but I beat him twenty Somo miscreants havo beon dynamit ing up Clover creek and the legitimate sportsmen aro threatening them with indictment The parties are known and they will likely bo indicted at the com- Â¬ ing court The penalty is a fino of not less than 50 or more than 1100 for each Â¬ The ladies of tho Klm street Methodist church for tho benefit of tho Iscariot Training School gave n missionary social at tho residence of Mrs Hobert B Pierce last Tuesday night Tho parlors wero brilliantly illumina- Â¬ ted and Miss May Conner tho hostess of tho evening received with queenly graco and by her nilability and attention con tributed to tho enjoyment of all Tho youth and tho beauty of Cloverport wero well represented and the evening will bo remembered by all ns ono of tho beautiful pictures that time has copied Music literaturo upon tho memory and social features filled out tho time and the hours wero full with interest and enjoyment A short program had been arranged and proved a sourco of great pleasure and entertainment Somo of the features were finely rendered nnd evinced skill nnd merit on tho partol tho participants Tho opening number wns an anthem by the choir rendered with spirit nnd beauty Mies LaFnycltoLalluist accompanied by Miss Lulu OwcnsungShuberts Sere nade Song witli fino voice nnd much pathos and symphony Messrs Fred Uttingand Charles Moor Â¬ man sung Maying nnd crented the general wish that they may again Miss Mary Lalliest touched all hearts by her tender and symnathetic rendering of Goodnight Sweet Drenms Miss Jennio Warfield sung Tho Sweetest Story Ever Told in tho sweet Â¬ est voice over heard Sho charmed all by tho richness nnd melody of her tones nnd awoke the general expression that it was not only tho sweetest story over told but that it was sung by tho sweet Â¬ est girl Ono of the most attractive features of tho evening was a recitation by Misses Mannio White Marion Bowmer Nollio Gregory Florence Cottrell and Fnnnio Smith They acquitted themselves well and did much to add to tho interest nnd pleasure of tho evening ltev Shelley gavo n short and interest- Â¬ ing talk on tho part that women wero taking in church work Always popular with his people tho noble tributo ho so eloquently paid to womans worth and work will mnke him oven n greater Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mjr9mAj -- w clothing TH1NU m 11 w vr w m v jt w III II Fertilizers A If you want a good croii this Bjiring just uso our Fertilizers nnd success Is AVo uro handling tho same yours brand that has given so much satis- Â¬ faction for years If you havo never used it you know nothing about it The samo Hold that grew corn last year whero tho butnblo beo would sit on the ground and suck tho blossom by using our Feitilizors will grow this year so tall that it will tako him nil day to lly to the top of It It is ut up in I 100 louud hags much easier for handling nnd will cost you only Â¬ Per hundred call 135 KY Dont fall to givo us Viry respectfully n favorite Mr MS Whitford presided at tho X5 JT JtSeard IIARDINSHUIUI jo TIT offense Dr Cottrell is an incessant and untir- Â¬ TOBACCO MARKET ing fisherman Yesterday lie drew out of the river tho largest eel of tho season Ho was asked by tho boys to what All Classes of Burley Remain Active NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS church tho eel Mnonceu ills reply was The annual meeting of Stockholder of The He is a Baloon keeper and a slick ono and the Market Retains Its Mineral Center Jaiind Munufjcturlnif C will at that Ill Bavo him and run him be held at the oflice of the company In Clorcr port Ky on the Ilrt Saturday in May iSx at Firmness against Jack Gross for tho Senate for it t oclock p in lor the purpose of decline u Hoard takes a good eel to beat him of Director There has beon quito an improvement noted in tho Burley market in tho past two weeks and it still remains firm All glecles Ono of yours Fizzy classes of Burloy of character and merit meet active competition and sell fully Teacher at the mission Sunday school up to quotations Tho general quality Yes children Daniel was cast into a of tho breaks was poor though it was not den of lions hut not ono of them dared 15 and abovo Pupil unusual for prices to run toucli him How strango ono or two reached J0 Trash and very scornfully Aw dats nuthln I seen common lugs are however still a little a duck do that act in the clrkis last year dull and until tho prico reaches f 150 or Boston Boacon 0 tho bidding is slow There is no changes in dark tobacco Prices remain low and featureless Quotations aro as follows Bizzy What silly story was that you wero telling that gave Uiobo people thu 1 piano After tho exercises refreshments wero served Tho ladies of tho society wero highly commended for tho manner in which tho social was conducted and all expressed n desire that they will have another ono soon III Given away A Fine Free To overyono who buys a dollars worth of goods and payB dow n for it Wn will glvo ono guess for each dollar nt n candy N II II riKIICie Sec NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed hldi will he received for the erection and bullJInL of tlic M I lose Catholic Church Cloverport Ky according to plant and ipcclfl catlont on file at the temporary church The Kuch bid hlditobe In hyjp in May utlilS to he accompanied by n bond 0fl50uno The lastor ind Committee rcierve the rlf lit to reject onu and all bldt ItliV OKOUGU NIIillAUS Iaitor Dressing Stand Worth EXCHANGE A house and lot illuated In the center ol the Lot Soxui feet with town of Irvington Ky oneitory frame buiineii hnue 18x40 feet tai Will exchange the tame for tront tnercon larm land for particular call on or addrett C T MATTINUIY Cloverport Ky 1050 A Beautiful 8 Day t 4 MrLlr suflbrlng with weakness and emaciation who glvo llttlo nourishment to bablosshould talto Mothers 1IA1IK Trash 150 l OO Common Lugs 100 200 300 Medium 300 Good 400 500 Common Leaf 160 700 Good 550 Medium 550 800 700 liUHIKY 3 00 Common Lugs Trash 200 700 500 Medium 500 300 1000 Common Leaf Good 700 1100 MediumU0OUOO 900 1800 1800 Fino Good 1400 2100 Among recent sales wo notice tho fol- Â¬ lowing The Farmers Warehouse sold five hhtls Breckenrldge county dark leaf and lugs at 030 580 6 465 150 live hhds Breckenrldge county Burley lugs and trash at 8 0 60 5 440 350 The Falls City Warehouse sold twelve hlidn Breckenrldge county medium leaf lugs and trash at 010 to 890 THIS 1 Olook Scotts Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver Oil and hypophosphlter It will give them strength and make their babies fat Pftysieiam the world over endorse it rf4w4WhtUIiiXYi AHitat THE BEST And a PHOENIX jnr full of loose pins Tho ono who has tho nearest guess gets first choice tho next the second choice tho third tho last choice This will begin April 25 nnd on August 1st the guesses will bo taken in nnd tho goods will be delivered to tho proper owners Itouiouiber this 1b freo to nil who trade nt our house with marketing or cosh No guesses al Â¬ lowed on goods bought on time Come nnd seo tho arrangement nnd bo con Â¬ vinced thnt It will be fairly done Ask nbout It when la Guston So wu roinnln yours with thanks Handsome Toilet Set Neff tiUSTON Kagin At H3 4l OU llcllublo Store KENTUCKY LIME CO Stephen sport Ky tr rj Olrolk M b tatlifft1 ky SMttisl ASK FOR IT SjIJJLJU AlVterr 1 mni BMlldrlBudlonuf kouyouthnirrron IHl BOOkL m XHKIM AK u LNHWBIaL MANHOOD RESTORED imuItiwi iffim tlPWuW EBB 1x1wrlHOa1wnUfitO4rt1ua KMwoiy rata oTilOwr imruulllil l wrniH uki iimi nHimimtiipi nMuainwH CtoTMpoK X I it la hi til fWJi D Kt br A K miiVK M4 bf a ft MkimimmSE r tv t v Vf lejtf If waio -- x liiaiimigliftlUlWlUH r mrntmi mttk WtrffflKWjM1 Il I 55 M IT 6 Highest of all n Leavening Power Latest Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE rir- THE BRBOKBNRIDGB NEWS OLOVBRPORT US Govt Pcroit The Kind of I UNCLE protectionists must bo marked AVo do not beliovo that thero nro enough of them to prevent reform but whoever thoy nro they must bo forced to hIiow their truo colors New York World rich mans income than to rnisotho prlco of tlio poor mans ugur lt Louis Pet- - Dispatch An ineomi tax wo cosilder both just and politic and wo hojw Iosco ono wi nded by congress nt Ha upproachitig session Atlanta Journal Thero will lw no jiortioii of tho con- Â¬ templated tariff l of or m that will meet with tho mcro hearty approval of tho Hickory peoplo than this incomo tax N C Prcfs Tho statesmanship of tho country favors an incomo tax Tlio only ques- Â¬ tion about it as between statesmen concerns tho manner of its laying nnd collection Chattanooga Times Ilnglnml lins nn incomo tax It is levied by tho men who pay it and they agreo that thero is no moro equitable niodo of raising revenno for tlio conduct Atchison Patriot of tho government It is a well known fact that tho con gressmen from tho louth nnd west and in fact u majority of the Democrats in congress aro strongly In favor of nn individual incomo tax and tlio repeal of tho state bank lux Atlanta Constitu- Â¬ tion Is it not moro just that n man with an assured incomo exceeding i000 pay a email tax on tho excess than that the jioor man who labors for 1 or 125 per day pay n largo tax on all necessary Clinton County O wearing apparel Democrat Thero will bo nt least C00000000 deficit under tho 7iIeon tariff bill Thero nro four or five plans for remedy Â¬ ing it Tho rich men if properly taxed on incomes would help much but thoy nro not to bo touched ns they nro tho anointed of tho politicians of both Wilmington N parties in the north CJ Messenger Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ K1Y tmuwrnmessma rmeNamawx OF THE jm Q It id Powder jrtiya8M imM4i r ii letter 1o Tx mi Iticniiir t put n light fix on the old n liubli tonic ami blood purifier IlUHlicilK VU lUHll i 1 111 p lEZEKIELS Men OPINION 4 5 Suit MAMMOTH Its n store f 1 - - that It sex SARSAPARILLA can hnvo no substitute Cures others AyLn S it they doesjist what CHILDRENS CLOTHING 3 11 should not buy I Hay JHW 6 I 13 2027 2330 MoNW TuejdaY ygDHEfPAr 8 15 22 29 16 2 ThubjdaY- Friday 5atvrdaY Onewmoon JDURSTWRR 3 1U 1625 su 9fj I2D M 101731 W Tig IN 21 MA 9 MimU J0 SW 4rhrmfl s N 1 U- ra Jtf tu will cure you PROSPEROUS Rev their Suits till sco Our Childs All For4 wo oflern Childs wool Suit nges 4 to 14 Combination in has had such n phenom Â¬ pleasing patterns nnd ex- Â¬ enal sale nud proved such tra good mnke An extra a superb leader thnt wo pair of Pants with each The Mammoths Spring Stock WV-T- J W Iockard Writes that His Charge In Illinois Is In a Flourishing StateÂ¬ - duplicated our early older unit can now supply any Suit Belter qualities at 4 CO reasonable demand It comes either Blnglo or 5 nnd 0 Roys and Childrens double breasted in fast colors and Is made to Shoes Hats and Furnish Â¬ ings wear liko n 55 or JO suit an biz Jtst what it does Kit sez it will give a watch with 2 purelinre Ivery thalH what it giuB Its a mighty good We won every boys watch too Jn fucttio heart when we placed on Mammoth is nil wool sale a handsomo Black nnd a yard wide nnd Cheviot Suit for o Every boy needs n ne at Id rutin r trade tbar black suit for quiet gath Â¬ than any other store erings Sunday schools in Kentucky Uxcik etc nnd wo have met the Kxkkiki el ncr Our general lino of JJovs Clothing is extra fine this season 1 R V- - S B r ftrff5TQUflR27D3H tMPfl MVA fvltlN l V 4A A vJrK v kiw I fill I rrirlf lVlillII rt cv V r tZrKHk lKit fml I iuvkj ill V 111 m jf saawswiiijri iiz 1 -- Sham Calamity Cry No Occasion for the Howling of High Protectionists ManufacÂ¬ Reduced Tariffs on tured Articles More Than Offset by Free Raw Materials Duties of the Tarifr of 1883 Compared With the Rates In the Wilson Bill Tho manufacturers who nro howling bluo ruin at tho incro thought of tho tarill reductions proposed in tho Wil- Â¬ son hill nro showing moro zonl thnn dis- Â¬ cretion In their hasto to condemn tho now bill they forget or ignoro tho fact that thoy will ho us well protected ly it us thoy wero by tho protectivo tariff act of 188a Mr Jncoh Schocnhof at tho request of tho Itefonn club has prepared a ta- Â¬ bic comparing tho rates of duty under tho tariir of 188a with thoso in tho pio Tho tablo contains J 01 posed bill items nnd ircludeu nearly nil nrticlcs On U8 of theno items rates imported On 8 items duties arc nro tho suinc higher in tho Wilbon bill than in the net of 1883 On 28 moro items duties differ by 5 per cent or less 12 or 10 items cannot well bo compared leaving only about 70 items on which duties hnvo been materially reduced Twenty of theso nro in tho woolen schedule whero tho nverago reductions of 0 or 40 per cent aro fully counteracted by tho removul of nil duties on raw wools Thirteen moro occur in tho iron nnd steol schedule whero nverago reductions of about 10 per cent nro ofiset by freo iron oro nnd coal 0 moro occur in tho gluss Bchedule whero duties uro used mninly to support trusts nnd combines 8 moro nro in tho chemical schedule whero tho duties wero disproportionate- Â¬ ly nnd foolishly high 4 moro in tho flax manufactures schedule whero bag Â¬ ging burlaps etc uro rcnlly raw materials in other industries Thus thero is no reason why manu Â¬ facturers should throw up their hands nnd utter such lamentations except that liko a petted and spoiled child they nro terribly put out when they cant havo their own way ns lias been tho custom Mr Schocnhof says ns explnn atory nnd introductory to his tnbles The unqualified condemnation of tho Wilson bill which is meted out by tho organH of tho high protection party ennnot surprise nny ono who is ac- Â¬ quainted with tho tactics of protected Claim everything is un old interests warcry Tho wail of distress has been raised so often that tho publiu has learn- Â¬ ed to lend nn indifferent car to it Tho destruction of prosperity tho ruin of in Â¬ dustry tho pauperization of labor nro predicted It is but necessary to ex- Â¬ amine tho bill from tho standpoint of tho high protection party up to 1800 to soo how ludicrous is their present posi- Â¬ tion Tho demand for reduction in rates from the tariff of 1883 was universal Tho Republicans cast their votes la 1888 in tho firm expectation that tho tariff was to bo reformed nnd reduced by their party if oloctod to powor When the McKlnloy bill showed gross nhuse of this confldonco tho voters howcd their proper appreciation of this broach of trust by turning tho congress in 1800 and the whole machinery of tho govern Â¬ ment in 1803 over to the Democratic Â¬ Â¬ party In the light of this glaring fact it is well to tum to the tariff of 1883 nnd compare its rates with thoso proposed in the Wilson bill giving the rates of duties collected under the tariff of 1883 and of the rates proposed in the Wilson bill The reader can see for himself that tta differences are very slight They iMlsly occur in articles In which raw Hsteriah have been put on the free list I have prepared comparative tables Â¬ Mr E lltor I have somu friends among tho reuders of the ftitEeKKviuwiK KKW8and in my native county and Slate that perhaps would like to hear from soinoofinwho wero once citizens of Ken- Â¬ tucky Iain nrcaelerofyourpapcrnndnui glad of ittliough not of the snmti politics I sec some tilings from some of your cor J A respon lents that aro very funny to me viz that new grave over at Iludsonville I uould havo thought that tho author of lllnillngTuIno Imtuttry Secure Tho Cordage Trade Journal of Dec 1 that torribloBcarey story would have been says If tho now tariff bill becomes u law afraid to put out such a natation so close and binder twino is plated upon the to tho Hardin county whitecaps Tlie country freo list maiiiifactureis in this other matter of which 1 will hero speak need not fear that tho binder twine makers of O rent Rrituin will ho ublu to is concerning the woman on pnuctillcn ESI 7 If tion She certainly was right if I know do much busincts litio next season pi 4rrwui f Tho fact is that tho British manufac- Â¬ anything of Joels teaching but tlio boya tf 5lZJt5IMCltVl turers nro not in a position to contract in their answers or critseisin tickled MrllHHIT nti to mnke nny considciablo quantity of mo to the core The Apostle Paul sets I it t iJI binder twiuo for this market as they out all the Christian graces in a logical Ili- havo not sufficient machinery to euro manner and he informs in that in Hindi for very much more than their ordinary flcation sin has no dominion over us Considering tho nuvuntnges thereby trade Tlio Cordage Trndo Journals Romans lith chapter and 14th verse Great Britain coriespondeut estimated given to liiiinufncturrrH tho remaining This is u good subject to study As yet protectivo duties ns in woolens nro in nn nrtie lo published in Tho Journal I havo never found a person that would higher under tho now tariff bill than in January 180i that 2 000 tons would bo tho limit that tho machinery then claim it until they obtained it then they under tho tariir of 1883 Protectionists devoted to binder twino in tlio United nro made free to confess it Enough of ccrtninly have no reason to comphiin npprovo of tho measure Kingdom was capable of producing in that Tariff reformers a year if kept constantly nt work By ns n fctep in tho right direction Well my circuit thU conference yenr Â¬ raw materials being put on tho freo list Theso flguies represent about the ca- is Shobonier Vandalla district Southern pacity of tho binder twino machinery our manufacturers can itnrt on n basis in uso at tho present time When it is Illinois Conference I lovo my work and equal with their foreign competitors considered that the annual require- Â¬ peoplo Wo have taken into the church They enn learn by their own experi ments of tho United States amount to this winter thirty nine persons Â¬ We ence that tho way to improve indus 00000 or 00000 tons it will bo seen have six appointments nil spiritually tries is not by heaping tnxee upon them apprehensions of any serious loss good that With tho main prop taxed raw mate and four Sunday schools two of rials knockid away from under high to maiiufacturtiH mv year through tho them in fine working onler Tho M E in our manu Â¬ proposed abolition of tho duty on bind Â¬ Church prices tho progress made outnumbers nny other church facturing iudiibtiicti can bo depended on er twino nro groundless in the State and is doing a grand work to work moro to tho ndvnutugc of the for God and tho young people Rev Ed Tlirlr Ilulo Wnrlm lmt fine Way consumer than hast en tho cabohfieto Tho columns of tho Republican press Harms joins mo in his circuit lie has foro teem with alleged interviews of manu Â¬ held pome good icvivals the past winter t IhiI It Tllfj- I facturers in which tho burden ot tho and is yet preaching with credit to him Â¬ song is that if tho tuiiff is reduced wo self and satisfaction to his Tho Tribune has not yet uudeitakon poplo Rev to oxpluin how tho foifignors could will bo forced to reduce the wages of Silns Green is not fur from me nnd for Theso millionaire ben our employees 1000000 of duties on pay 1000 eficiaries of this system of robbery nro nn aged man is doing well in tho work 000 of woolen nianufactiues imported into tliis country last year nor how tho ever bemoaning tlio loss to tho men who of tho ministry Rev J L Ilalk died havo by tho sweat ot their brows made the pa4 winter nnd went to his reward American consumers can pay this enor mous uddition to thucost of their wool- Â¬ tlio millions for their employers This in Heaven All of theso wero from Ken Â¬ If it is un Â¬ philauthiopy is only affected as our tucky I was so sad when I opened tlio ens without feeling it able to wrestle with theso problems will past history reveals Every observer RitECKKN uiwe Nrws and found the obit it pleaso explain how in caso the for Â¬ knows that tho enormous increase un- Â¬ uary of my worthy friend G P Jolly eigner pays tho duties and gets his goods der the McKinley net did not inure to in American industries aro protected labors benefit in the least Reductions and others up at Hardinsburg whom 1 hnvo been going on continually sinco its know so well but I learn that tho peoplo Likewibo how tho American manufacturer is benefited by n duty if ho is not passage And tho man who asks to bo there as well as her die well Well Mr Editor tlio farmers hero are enabled to chargo u higher price for his protected in order to benefit thoso who product than he would without itf labor for hhn is a prevaricator and vila little backward in getting in their crops And if ho does ohargu it higher piico is lain Hes n wolf in sheeps clothing on the account of the late spring season not tho increase mi indirect bounty Pomcroy O Democrat but we think wo will be in timo for n which tho consumer pays New York good crop For tho land is very produc Aceil Wuinun Vnlk Over COO Mile World Mrs Anna Peterson of Denver CO tive here Produce and money nnd inyears of age walked into Pueblo nt 2 dustry seem plentiful I have been here Dangerous Ctiunueii Wo presume that tlieru is one point oclock Saturday morning having come two years and havo seen hut few things on which all will ague in regard to on foot from tlio Cherokee strip G50 that I disliked For this is a land flow Â¬ tlio tariff It should bo settkd for a miles with tho exception of a trifle over term of yeirs ono way or tho other bo 100 miles which sho rodoon a train She ing witii milk and honey but I will that bnslnss could adjust itself to pro Â¬ went to tho strip nt the opening but with speak of a eight I saw u few days ago scribed conditions This is ono great starvation staring her in the face she set that I did not desire I saw Col Frys out for Denver uwl averaged more than army of 100 men paas through my town reason for advocating n tariff for rov emu only Ojr present method of 20 miles every da Bho walked Pueblo on their wny to Washington Cityo they Colo Special changing rate of duties up nnd down Baid This denotes war nccotding to tho result of tho lust elec- Â¬ P W IAKAUll tion is destrmtivo of oil business staINTERESTING EXTRACTS bility It is liko tho Irishmans method from Cnrrcspnndeuti TAR FORK of imparting stteaks of fat and lean to Tho person who owns an Klectropoiso stuffing and his bacon by alternately possesses a treasure of immensa value Providenco Journal starving his pi Go to Stones for shoes W O Florence A vena Ky TRAITORS IN THE CAMP Go to Stonna for bargains The Elcctropoise is a quick euro for Farmers aro very busy planting corn DrmncrxU May Attempt to Insomnia I nm much improved in every Irolrctlon lllock the YflierU nf llefnrm Tobacco plants are plentiful but most- Â¬ way G M Phillips Bradfordsvllle Ky Rumor has it that Homo Democrats Tho physicians will hnvo to adopt tlio ly late tontemplato forming u log rolling com Klectropoiso in their practice Dr A 11 Thomas Kcuian who has been ill for linatlon to prevent tariff reform Their Love IJedford Ky sometime is gradully d cllulng f hemo is reported to bo to prevent any Wo hnvo had good results in curing Stones store Is full of new goods which ilccreaso of tlio tariff in respect of in Â¬ dustries in which they or their constit- Â¬ various ailments with tho Kit ctropoiso he is selling at lowest cash prices J W Cotton Hurdstown Ky uents nro interested Shoes ginghams prints worsteds Any pnrtial and unequal loform will Typhoid fever left me in such n con- white goods ribbons laces white shirts bo worso than none It will ruin tho dition that I had despaired of over get- Â¬ cheaper than over before Stone Democratic party and ought to The ting better tho Klectropoiso relieved mo It Is reported that a certain gent was Democrats who join nny such conspir- Â¬ acy to defeat tlio performance of tho of all pain first application I am surely notified by whiteoips that if ho did not duty to which tho party is pledged nro cured by this great remedy W T leave this iuinity within a curtain timo Richardson Corbin Ky traitors lie would receive a doso of hickory oil It is thomisfortuuoof tho Democratic I cured a young calf that I am suro He left party that it has soiiiany men in public would have died had I not used tho lifo who aro Democrats for levonuo Klectropoiso on it Tlio result was quick Thoy only They havo no principles cannot ho depended upon in an exi- Â¬ ind satisfactory Mrs U II Pryor Kpperson Ky gency Ten agcnti to sell Nursery Wo know there nro men in both The Klectropoiso has never failed in branches of tougTess who wero elected any cose that I havo tried it and I have SlncV WS ASIII1V ns Democrats but nro at heart Repub tested it soverly Ed W Shankland Adlrci Clovcrport Ky Theso uro men Carlisle Ky lican protectionists who can bo depended upon in no issue The klectropoiso is worth 100 a elay of prlnciplo but they never surronder to me M H Crulle Meeting Creek partisan claims on olllces and ealurics What wo deslro to say distinctly now when the Hues nro being drawn is that The Klectropoiso has cured mo of tho man who is in favor of taxing the Urights Disease after everything else many for tho benefit of tho few had bettil Iron llrltltfc npmlc ter go over openly to the Republican failed L A Ilopson Ilopson Ky Dr Owcnttflire My wife lias been a helpless Invalid protectionist party whero ho properly XAShiivlnK nJ Ilalr Cultlnif done belongs The Domocratio party docs for sixteen years when sho began treat- Â¬ In llrt clut ityle not stand for that idea Tho Republican ment with the Klectropoiso she now party does lots her own house work and cooking NOTICE If anybody has supposed that tariff Wo never dreamed nf anythliik working AH Ailmlnlitrntnri and tluardlitni who are can bo accomplished without behind with their KltlemenU In the County for reform 11 Woodward more than two cure milkt come forwurd and hurting temporarily eomo of tho pluto- Â¬ such a chnnge II ctlle The IrIc UwMiimvom n tine tf io per crats who havo Ijcoh pumpcred by tariff llardyvlllc Ky upon all thota who full to mkc their utile went within the time picKiihcd liv law bounties ho has not sense enough to Standard and Pocket Klectropoiso for THOMAS AUKlbSOHJuWe poso ns n statesman sale or rent for particulars apply to llreckeurUxo County Court when Democrats must Dubois A Webb 300 Fourth Avenue It is a tiino Dr Prices Crum Bakta Powder closely watch their representatives Louisville Ky WorUs Pair IHffcttt Award Those who are allies of the RepubHcnn gAHT aS l feiJL ffik 11 Ed Isfe Barnes and Other Brfcken ridgo County Boys Have Good Circuits SEES FRYS ARMY Mill SPf t noiioNiKi Iii To the IlnKCKExninoK Xivs We can and do rave you 3 to on u Suit and give n Watch for your boy with every 12 Our new line of Blouso Waists for 1894 is gaining im- monse popularity See the line at 98c and our Underwalsts for use with Blouse at 34c and 44c Star and Mothers Friend Waists 4 arm V- - 10 Ii the jtopular price at which the Mammoth oilers n handsome collection of Sack Frock and Cutaway Suits of every leading fabric and jtopular pattern in g eat enough variety to fit any man from a pigmy to a giant Â¬ Â¬ 15 Givis you choice of over tailor made Suits thnt never Bold for less than 15 or 18 and n watch for your boy witli each Suit n thousand Spring Overcoats Suit 408 8 10 Mail Orders filled piompt ly Send for catalogue Imported Clay Worsteds anil othr specially flue things will bo found on 15 our tables hettir undo than most custom woik yet at ready mado prices Wo challenge nil the tailors on the conti nent to duplicate these Suits for ltss than 20 to 22 A Watch Chain and Charm with purchases of SI 2 and over in every department Â¬ S lib Tk HVE j SHOE and CLOTHING COMPANY Market bet 1th an 1 5th Sts A KLEINHANS SIMONSON HVC 1SL O T LOUISVILLE KY w rrsaanffrTzisassESj ammmHmmirof UUR WOOL It is the time of year for I this staple article want Â¬ Â¬ 1 Spring 1 Stock g - j i YOU WANT GOODS WOOLEIT BAD Highest Market price for it So bring it right along and get the A a Â¬ Â¬ v-- Â¬ g J g Â¬ 2ZH Â¬ gy a j g Â¬ Â¬ m m g JI t g g f Mem verbal description is quite inadqiiatu to give n proper idea of our new Spring Goods Rring your eye s with you and keep them wido open ami youll be charmed with the many pretty and seasonable things we have to show you Our prices will charm you as well It is impossible for us to name the goods or the prices What wo want you to do is to come nnd make a personal in- vestigtvtion Wo have genuine bargains such ns you will not find nt nny other house Peo- plo who come to us from miles uway say thnt ours Is the Greatest Bargain House they over visited It will nay you to make us a visit nlso if you havent al- leady done so S b aj g fL cp- - Bring us your Wool and get our Goods We will have a little trade of our own and it will do us both good It is our business to serve you That is what we are keeping store for We want to do you all the good we can and ac the same time do ourself good You buy my Goods and Ill buy your Wcol See 1 C E BRYANT GUSTON KY or ZS g g Garfield t g Zm g Many Are The People Who havo lound experience to ho Â¬ Jacob St and rS 1 Meyer y g - - Â¬ BIG SPRING KY 3 B g a dear tencher Esjiecinlly is this Its to tho Garfield readers of true In buying Drugs the News to whom wo wish to speak Did it ever strike you in tho matter of buying Goods You nre in need of Drugs you want that you could do just ns well them pure and fresh nt homo as you can to run off to other places Timo is monoy especially nt this sea Is of much moro iinportnneo in eon of tho year when you aro Drugs than quantity for upon bo bii9y with your crops quality does life in many instances Why spend a day or oven half depend n day in running off to other WE ARE ALWAYS CRITICAL places when you can da betIn tlio selection of our stock nnd tor right nt homo Wo keep purchase only such as wo can safo everything you want nnd we ly commend to our customers will bo glad to see you ASIDE FROM DRUGS Think about this matter nnd Wo are agents for tho Walter A when you want Goods and Wood Cindors and Mowers Itakcs Tnino nnd all kinds of Repairs havo Produce to sell remem- Â¬ ber your homo merchants If You Are in Need When Quality Â¬ riUUiUUi iUUUlii NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Whifworth Son GARFIELD KY Of a Machine wo will mako it to your interest to buy It fiom us JTCUNDIFFCO GUSTON KY WANTED J All Breckenrldge Circuit Court Ii Hesler ITU Ao 1 V Tajlor Ueard Orm ol vt UofliJ In Krpiltj Â¬ JOSEPH REED Â¬ nnnii1 Xini lUllUllttl AIU5L M clin ngnlnit tbe late UeirJ llelfr of ilarUlniburff Ky are rrqneited to tile tbe mine with me rroperly verified as required by law on or before the day of May 181M alo all lieriona Indebt Â¬ ed to tbe abrnro named firm ore rtrpieited to eall at my office In llardinabu g Kj at ones and settle aauie and ivo eoitt abuve laid flria are tub Tbe member of Joined and restrained by oulr ol court fniu making any collection or aJJmtlng any elalmi of the above laid firm MATTIUAB MILLCX Keeelrer Appointed by the lrcktnrldge Circuit Court neroni baring i At a Bargain to the right man the Old llcllahlo Agents Wanted SOLICITING FOR lt Clifton Mill I Good st ne diimeverlasting power All in and doing a good business first class order For particulars to address or apply Lovings Protective AND te Collection Agency THIS IS BIG PAY NO HUMBUG March 3d 18t JW CARY TO THf BIGHT BQWIINQ GREEN MAN KY ir In llrtckeurlnirv county on the 3d dlntburir Inkt one bav hortc age about four riri ha Inu white aHit on cud of note and li hindi ruvn uu Having nu urami or mnvr uiarai ana which I have appralacd at tho value of lly dollar Wltncia my band thU iSh day f April NOTICE Tken up at ailrty by McCiyii Dovcll living on llardlm Creek tlirte milra north ol liar Clifton Mills Ky Headquarters Cr iu ULACKJVMCT A GREAT BAROAIN Three hundred acreanf land In IHintana Val- Â¬ Two ycare old will be three Jnue j iSj ley fur aalet three piod dwelling well witered 14 feanda high very one hvndied acrca valley land the reM up- Â¬ Black with all the point land well tirtlMr u wlendld auger camp etylUh and hi Kb I bred Kor Hither Ufonwa well c In blue grate Will Mil nn raiy Urw lleq or sartlculara call an or addret give poeicMloa anv tfcnc WILLIAM RKAKD Apply to UkKHMUt W NKKKBrai Ncknrldg caoHtyt Ky 1 AardftuiturgKy JACK FOR SALE iitt4