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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i i i ij ryrr rus it tfl tn f rw 11 THE J3 JJQjVyYIlrN XVIJLNJF VOL XVIII Siroccos Its Vtpiitrci NO 42 CLOVEKPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1894 Hat V where dlil you jet that hat f It Is the latest style Its only been In vojjuc you know Just fnru tittle while O t wmilil like to have one Jut the same n that Itteycry where 1 150 they cryt licit 0 I where did jou tet that hat f Chorus C where did you get that hat f It Is the latest style Its the most becoming article Ive seen for quite a while- I would like to have one Jutt the same as that Then go tn Ycakcla store In town And you will get the hat Chorus fv The way that got this hat It didnt cost me money John Babbagc gave It to his scribe Ik cause he is so funny O wouldnt you like to have one Just the same as that Its evcrywheie I go they cryl Hell o I where did you get that hat 1 hnvn tendered mo In compliance with an In accordance with this I couched application heretofore made by me 1 my letter resigning the position of your wish to pay I do so with the understand of stafTin tlte words of tho first let Â¬ iitir that if nt any time the present rlilel official Gen Gross would nsk to I hi re ter to you of dato April 30 1801 that niKlnted or you should tleclro it I will when presented not being satisfactory to tender my resignation you I sent tho second of the samo date Very respectfully aud regret that you did not present this J 0 Wickmfko Tho following from Mr Wlckllffb Inst letter to Adj Gen Senator Gross that ho might havo published it in his gives further information on the case card or interview or whatever you may Loulflvllle Ky May - 1894 Gov call tho thing 1 regret that tho indecent John Young Brown Commander-in-Chie- f Kentucky Stato Guard Dear Sir haste of your chief of stair in rushing On April 0 I handed ynu my resigna- Â¬ into print compels me to maku this tion of which tho following is a copy an open letter to you instead of the Frankfort April 1018I Gov John statement you desired and I agreed to Cointiiiiiult-r-in-Oliie- f Young Brown Kentucky Stato Guard Dear Sir In make public in the Louisville Times complianco with your request I tender Very respectfully my resignation of tho office of Adjutant J C Wick MiFE Gent nil of the Kentucky State Guard Verv Respectfully Hoods Cures IVO RY IVORY -- MMMEfflimmm RACKET STORE Having Just received from the only market not Cincinnati tho remainder of our Spring Goods which havo been bought not from Old Long Winded Discount Jobbers but from concerns thatjnaku Spot Cash Prices and from under tho Red Flag whero it is money or no goods No other homo In the country will dare admit that they attend tho Big Auction Sales but say they dont handle any auction trash tpFr OOAP 1 - X jOoIs 11 Over t3ae SPECIAL paper ic loC rolloIrLg Prices DRIVES - Chorus Now If youd like to have a hat for the News And may be you wilt gtt a tie And perhaps a pair ol shoes I know ouM like to have something Just about like that Its everywhere I gn they cry Hell o I where did you gel thit hat f Chorus Jutt hustle The News j on a boom you know Kspecially in old Meade Its the paper of the papers Its the most our people read O wouldnt you like to hjvt something Just about like that I Its everywhere I go they cryt Hell o where did you gtt that hat Chorus I I Siroccos ngrnt lor the News He knows what hes about Its a paper that the people here Cannot tlo well without O wouldnt ou like to have something Just about like that Its everywhere I go they cryt Hell o I where did you get that hat Chorus If you want an advertisement out i i Here Is the place to show It Juiit put it In the IIkickknkidoe News And ecry body II know it O wouldnt you like to have something Just about like that I Its everywhere I go they cry Hell o I where did you get that hat AN AGREEMENT Iv s It Was an Understanding When Wickliffe Accepted the Place That k v if Jack Gross Should Want to be Attorney General Again Ho Would Resign But Now He Sets up a Disgraceful Whine As He Fulfillos the Obligation Gen Gross Points to Several In- Â¬ stances Whero Men Have Held Two Offices and DRAWN THE PAY if Is t V is kV Being interviewed at Frankfort upon tho subject of assuming the office of Ad jutant General without resigning as a State Senator from tho Tenth District Gon A J Gros3 said Section 105 of tho Constitution reads as follows No person shall at the same time be a State officer or a deputy officer or member of the General Assembly and an officer of any county city town or other municipality or an employe there- Â¬ of and no person shall at tho same time fill two municipal offices either in the game or different municipalities except as may be otherwise provided in this Constitution but a Notary Public or an officer of the militia shall not bo ineligi- Â¬ ble to bold any other ollico mentioned in this section This is the supremo law of tho State and when its f ram ore provided that the holding of certain offices was not incom- Â¬ patible it seems the question had been llnally settled In the late Constitution- Â¬ al Convention Gov JJuckner being Gov- Â¬ ernor was also a delegate to that body drawing full pay as such and also his salary as Governor Hon I A Spald Â¬ ing was also a delegate and was at the eamo time a Railroad Commissioner drawing tho pay of botlt positions Judgo Dellavcn was a delegate and at tho tamo time Circuit Judgo Hon G B Swango served as a delegate after his election as Register of tho Land Office Hon John SIcCann was a Justlco of tho Peace in the city of Louisville and also served as a delcgato to the convention Hon 0 J Bronston was n delegate and at the samo time a Commonwealths At- Â¬ Hon William Goebol was a torney State Senator and at tho samo time a member of tho Constitutional Conven- Â¬ tion Hon W J Hendrick was elected Attorney General of tho Stato and after his qualification as such officer still served as a member of tho convention receiving na he had a right to do both salaries Tho Adjutant General is an officer of tho militia My term as such will expiro with that of Gov Brown on the 11th day of December 1895 It will end before tho next meeting of tho Gen- Â¬ eral Assembly In thp event there shall le an extra Mission of tho Legislature I sball eertainly not d aw double pay I will aeeept only the salary of the Adjut Â¬ ant General I am at a lose to see why any one should complain of that author J iied by the supreme la of the State give a ropy of the letter of Gen Wick- llife to Gov Brown when he was appoint eds Hon John Frankfort Of 34 Young Jkowji governor ol Xintunky oWm e r In Meentlttft AdjuUo Qmm1 of Xenlyek wliloli you Â¬ Adjutant General KyS G After reading this you requested mo to so uord my resignation as to embrace the conditions upon which I accepted tho appointment of Adjutant General 1 then wrote you the following April HO 1801 Gov Frankfort John Young Brown Commandur-in-thle- f Kentucky State guard Dear Sir In accenting the position of Adjutant General of tho Kentucky State Guard on tho 30th of October 181KI I wroto you n letter at your suggestion of which tho following is a copy Frankfort Oct HO 1893 Hon John Young lirown Gover- Â¬ nor of Kentucky Dear Sir In accepting tho office of Adjutant General of Kentucky which you have tendered me in compliance with an application hereto Â¬ fore mado by mo I wish to say I do so with the understanding that if at any time tho present official Gen Gross would ask to bo reappointed or you should dt slro it I will tender my resig- Â¬ nation Very Respectfully J 0 Wick lille This letter was written as you requested having stated that circumstances might occur that would make it desirable to have Mr Gross as your Adjutant General Now in compliance with your request expressed to mu witlt in a few days after the adjournment of tho last General Assembly I h reby tender my resignation to take effect on Tuesday May 1 1894 Very Respectfully J U Wickmffi Adjutant General Ky S G Senator Gross resignation as Adjut Â¬ ant General at what time tendered I do nor know but it was not nor did it take During effect until November 1 1S1K1 our interview on April IJO Sill you com plained of attacks made upon you in tho newspapers about your request for my resignation as Adjutant General and tho appointment of Senator Gross to fill the vacancy occasioned thereby I told you that whenever I had been asked about tho matter I had always stated that you had only dono that which the law and tho understanding between us at tho time you gave mo the appointment warranted you in doing At tho Bame time requested mo to hove an interview with the reporter or officials of Tho Lou Â¬ isville Times or as you afterward sug Â¬ gested to write out u statement and give it to Tho Times stating tho circum- Â¬ stances under which I assumed the duties of chief of your statr This I agreed to do but as this conversation occurred on the 30th of April I did not immediately attend to your request waiting as I thought right and proper to turn over to Senator Gross the keys and office with which I had been intrusted Senator Gross arrived in Frankfort on the morn- Â¬ ing of Tuesday May 1 and after turning over to him tho keys and ollico of Adju tant General I returned to Louisville the same day This I thought necessary and becoming I must confess I was sur- Â¬ prised to see in tho Courier Journal of to day May 2 a card or interviow it matters not what it may be called so it gets your Adjutant Generals name in tho papers in which ho gives to the public my letter of acceptance of date October 30 1803 a letter and the con- Â¬ tents of which you at tho time it was de- Â¬ livered requested me for what reason I have never been able to ascertain to keep secret Tills 1 did aud never men- Â¬ tioned to any ono tho conditions of my acceptance of the ollico of your chief of staff until tho samo had becomo known Tho publication from headquarters made in to days Courier Journal if not made by your direction was certainly mado with your approbation and consent and thereby I am compelled to address you this communication instead of hav- Â¬ ing published tho statement you sug Â¬ gested and I agreed to make in tho Lou isvillo Times You can not fall to re Â¬ member that when two are three days nftorvthe adjournment of tho lost Gener Â¬ al Assembly youTequested my resigna- Â¬ tion you stated that your supremo obli Â¬ gations to Senator Gross required that you should give him tho position of Ad Â¬ jutant General whenever ho demanded it and that you desired mo to say in my letter resigning tho ollico of Adjutant Gonerul that I did bo becauso the duties of tho office conflicted with my business This I of a practicing attorney-at-latold you 1 could not say for it was not the truth but that I would so word my resignation as to cause no reflection to bo cast upon you Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ J C WlCKMrFK fen rtotwmh itad bowel ogreo that tho mo or a liver pill alter dinner or to ac Â¬ complish special rcsulti U an Im- Â¬ portant step In Dr civilization Ilercun Tleasant Pelloti aro better tlian other liver pllla In almost ev ery reenect Theyre tho smallet Mlet to take most natural in tho way they act cheapest because guaranteed to give satis Â¬ We all have faction or money returned teeak tpoti Generally iti the liver An liver prevents impurities and pokotia active Pleasant Pellets from eaterhtg the blood have a toalo effect upon the liver and the ALL WISE HEADS In saying that Hoods Sarsaparilhi cures its proprietors mako no idle or ex- Â¬ travagant claim The advertising of Hoods Sarsaparllla is always within tho bounds of reason because it is true it always appeals to tho sober common FOR CL0THE5 sense of thinking people and it is nlways fully substantiated by endorsements QAMtur CO CINTt TH2 pnOCTEl which in the financial world would be accepted without n moments hesitation McDANIELS Rend tho testimonials published In behalf of Hoods Sarsaparilla all fiom Mr Horace Hunter was in Leitchflcld reliable grateful people They tell tho story Hoods Sarsa- last week Littlo Gordon Rhodes is quite sick nt parilla cures tills writing HOLT John D Frank of Leitchlield was here last Tuesday Aif Wolf Louisville is visiting W A J L Rhodes went to Evansvillo last Smith week to sell his logs Win Tiuius attended church nt Hitos Thos Frank of Leitchlield is visiting Run Sunday ills cousin Vernon Hunter Mies Rosa Miller was visiting friends Miss Kate Glasscock was tho guest of nt Tobinsport Sunday Mrs Belle Moore last Thuruday Chas Tinus Sr attended church at V B Burton and J T Owen were German Ridge Sunday hero last week looking after 11 lot of Flago Carter Webster was here on a staves business trip two days last week Littlo Willie son of J T Mooro hud Jul Greenwood was tho guest of Miss his face very badly burned by n flash of Dessio Elder Hitos Run Sunday powder Allen Black went to Stephensport Sun Â¬ Tho cottago prayer meeting was very day to attend the funeral services of Mr well attended at Mr Ed Cannons Thurs Jas K Hiucr day night Miss Katie Smith ratno up from Fanners nro hardly taking time to eat Owensboro last week to spend tho sum Â¬ or sleep so anxious me they to get their mer at her home here corn planted Lawrcnco and Walter Weatherholt Mr Dan Hicks is tho best gardener Tobinsport visited their grand parents and tho kindest neighbor our littlo vil at this place Sunday lago boasts of Mr and Mrs J C Tiniusand family John M Harrel who is nttending tho spent Saturday and Sunday with her Hardinsburg college paid his parents ti parents Mr and Mrs Dyer Cloverport visit last week Ono of tho most pleasant visits I havo Remember Browns excursion to Louenjoyed for a long time was ono to isville Saturday May -- 0 Only 100 for Lcitchliold last week although I camo tho round trip very near meeting witli n fatal accldont Miss Addio Moore of Eveleigh was six miles below West lolnt on the New- Â¬ visiting relatives hero last week Come port News road Tho train was running again Miss Addio at good speed and as it was rounding a Mrs Dr Hart and Mrs Milton Coko curve on a high fill ran into a largo tree spent last Tuesday very pleasantly with that had blown across tho track Tho Mrs L 0 Bradley engincor did not see the danger in tinio Mr William Hunter and family of to slow up any and his engine struck it Antioch wero guests at Mr Horace with a crash knocking tho pieco that lay on tho track twenty feet from whero Hunters last week Marsh Mercor of Antioch was here tho main trunk lay Witli tho exception of a good shaking up no one was hurt last Wednesday bantering every man ho except tho fireman who received a slight saw for a horso swap cut on the shoulder lho ongino was K rs Will Dockery has returned from badly damaged and ono of tho coaches a pleasant visit to Iter sister Mrs Sam slightly Tills was tho second wreck on Hennlngor nt West View tho road the Bame day tho other ono oc- Â¬ Miss Cattle Cooper who has been vis curring just below Leitchflcld in which iting her brother Mr J E Cooper has ono brakeman lost his life and eight returned to her homo at Ruth loaded freight cars and the engino piled Bro Metcalfe delivered tho best of up in tho ditch I had tho pleasure of many good sermons last Sunday Those meeting a good many of tho leading cit-Â¬ who wero not present missed n treat izens during my threo days stay and Thos Hunter of taitclifleld spent Â¬ found them all to bo nice social and accommodating people and not toughs soveral days hero last week with his 11 A Hunter as no doubt n great many of your readers parents Mr and Mrs Wo know of thirteen now carpets that heard tho Graysonltcs called But have oh some of those lawyers while study- Â¬ aro either just finished orready for weav Â¬ ing law aro also studying up boiuo way ing Our good housewives are busy as bees to beat you out of your girl I noticed a great deal of corn planted Mr Lawrcnco Glasscock nnd sister through Hardin and Grayson counties of Antioch attended church nt Pleasant but as n general thing wheat oata aud Hill Sunday and dined with Miss Ned gross are not as forward as they aro near Â¬ Hunter er the river I was informed that most of Roubo McDaniel of Terro Haute I ml tho fruit was killed excepting lata ap-Â¬ Is horo visiting his many friends at ids ples boyhood homo Ho is doing well in I was stopping at Mr Wesley Hawkina Indiana iu spite of hard times while thoie and I feel myself under At a log rolling last Monday at Mr many obligations to thank them for be Â¬ Frank Clarks William lool was seri- Â¬ ing so kind and courteous to mo during ously hurt by being accidentally struck my stay witli them Willie on tho head by a hand spike Jarboo also had tho flesh torn from ono STEPHENSPORT finger Spring or rather summer weather Is Mr H I Coomes spent last Saturday with us night at Kirk with ids sister Mrs Joe Mrs Win McMullen was in Clover Mattingly Ho had tho pleusuro of port last week meeting thcro Miss Alice Mattingly of Quite a number from different places Cloverport Miss Allcocan not you give attended church hero Sunday us a call before returning home Mr Valentino Reynolds of Romo We suppose the reason those wedding spent Sunday with E 11 Miller chimes aro bo faint around McDaniel Mrs II Lay and Mr S G Reynolds postolllco is becauso Yellow Itko is two spent Wednesday in Cloverport miles distant Margie when tho happy Relatives of Mr and Mrs Win lottlt time arrives wo wish you all tho happi Â¬ visited them lust week from St Louis ness and may your Storms prove a Mr Eddie Brashear of Hawcsville blessing In disguise spent Sunday with his sister Mrs It J Bob Rhodes is a splendid hand to go Nappcr for a doctor Ho gets somewhere in tho MUs Georgia Hawkins Mrs Frank 0 Is by ono of his Ferry and U A Shelltnan wero in Lou- Â¬ vicinity and invited in lady Iriends After spending an hour or isville last week shopping so in lively conversation aud music he Messrs E V Mosely and 0 II Wad suddonly rumomborcd that his mother lington havo leased tho flouring mill and had seuthim in post haste after an M will commence work in a few weeks D The last seen of him ho was shaking Mr Mosely went to Louisville Friday for tho dust from his feet in hot pursuit of now machinery to put in M who was fust disappearing iu tho The services held by N H Dawson in Dr Baptist church Saturday and Sunday wero distance Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 6 LADIES FURNISHINGS At Knock down ml dritf nut priced Pirn ic needles ic paper lubber tip pencils tc or S doren 25 licst A nice UdiuO vent 5c Nicer tpi ility inc Something imblty 15c I die milk boe worth J51 for 15c Imported linen torchon laies from j to 15c per yards Pine lintn torchon j Inches wide 10 and IV pi ml Nlt -- edges i i per ird Hnot Vi vnclenneit A Point Delrland lilt cs 5 Inrh uldf tuul In bciutitul pitlcnn only 10 and itc per yard hae the nicest patterns in llim bur nnil Swltts einhioderies nnd In sertinr ecr opened in this county and our prices urcat lent 50 per cent clienptr than those of otlur concerns thVee honk purses 5c Heat cabinet htlr pins jc lutts commercial note No 5enetopei for ic A JS c bottle of cologne for 15 A Hue tlannttte shirt lor J5C worth 50c A pure leather back horse brush worth 50c our price only 20c Hen four row tooth brush worth 25c for 4 - CLOTHING - this line not Hcst calf finish pocktthook worth 50c for only 10c and 15c nice percale ties 5c Four ply linen culls only 150 other places 5C Collar buttons best bone 5c do Meat gross tftaln silk Hearts for only toe worth nct c Joitd 4 pl linen collar tnrmlown Come and sou will find prices alwns right CASH BEFORE DELIVERY Miny mlvantaKCS given to my trade In tills line IS ami jo lb cramiLitcil silver forfiiio 20 ami 2t lb heit C hugar tor lno lli st It lo CdITcc only JC Hi other places 300 Host N O mnlaea per fallen 45c Coal nil ioc other houses lc same aril ele 1 plKs Arm V Hammer brand soila 10c or pkie for 4C 1 GROOBRIBS We offer to our trade good values In shoddy stuff either but from one of the inoit extensive manu factures In the east Come and try my prices They are always rockbottom My trade Is increasing in this line and people are recognizing my way Is the only way Take your measure free of charge and ou have an outfit worth In spccllon Cuaranteed perfect fit In every case Come und see make the price that will suit you - OUTFITTER - A few wordri as to my methods of buving and selling nnd thoso Old Moss back Credit Houses Supnoso two buyers wero to walk into n houe Ono says I want to buy 51 cases of goods on four months credit V Whats your price The proprietor squirms mid kickw around and figures up as follows Lous of interest ono per cent extra risk of failure live per cent risk of delay ono per cent 1 will sell at 100 net Our man says 0- - cents our trade demands JiO cases for which 1 will pay spot cash What is your price Let us follow up these goods still further and remember we aro not speaking of regular staple goods not auction sundries iu 1 can frequently give you 50 per which cent advantage Tho Credit Moss back Jobber gets in his goods nt a dollar J lu pursues tho tudf samo argument tho mauufactuior did only on a bigger scale Ho argues loss of interest per cent risk of dolav - per cent dead risk nnd to innko tho losses which aro sine to occur by bad debts add S per cent This you see is estimating low Now add up these extra taxes and say tho manufact Â¬ urer adds 8 tier cent tho Moss back Jobber 11 per cent total -- 1 per cent which must bo paid nnd tho goods must be fold at above their intrinsic value The goods 1 pay 11 cents for nro ollered to any and all who have tho cash nt 15 cents Now there is a practical explanation of the dillorenen between my system and tho old regu Â¬ lars who purchase of tlio thirty sixty nnd nlnty day credit concerns Ill lenvo to anyone who possesses a sin- Â¬ gle grain of White I lorso Sense that anyone who buys on eternal tinio and sells on samo basis it cant bo long oefore he reaches the end of his rope Theres no middle course Why cant tho margin of profits at tho end be bought at aud belling end be cut to tho miuumum It does mo lots of good to cut tho life out of profits People recognio values and aro ready to grab bargains For instance lead pencils onllnarly retailing at 2 for I sell at 5 cent m iood commercial note paper cent each or 8 cents a dozen 50 envelopes 5 cents sheets for ft cents Agood adamantine pin at cent per paper other houses ft cents Best brass pins only II cents cant be duplicated in no other hottso under 8 cents for samo article Best buckskin t hook purses ft cents and doens of other articles to numerous to name on account of spuce Nothing almrds 1110 more pleasure to bo able to by securing a bargain to mark it at a price that will astonish all 5 1 1 NO PILING ON PEOFITS G L BITECII mm5mmmmmzm Mr Morau Parsons is suffering from n severely sprained ankle Mrs Ed Cannon has been quite sick but is now convalescent Thos Mooro left Monday to attend tho Hardinsburg college Mattio Glasscock of Antioch visited Miss Ned Hunter last week Wo wero sorry to learn that Mr John Hhodes failed to sell his logs at Kvnns Miss MOOLEYV1LLE ICY BRAND New Novel NEW OF STOCK Dry Goods and desirable John Hhodes had her beautiful baby boy christened Thursday Uoy Silvester C T Hunter of Litchfield visited ids brother II A Hunter last Thursday night nnd Friday Messrs Marcus Mattingly nnd Clarence lthodes of Kirk visited Bob and Chess ltliodes last Sunday M M Jnrboo will wander back to Wouder Glcndcnno every few weeks what thu attraction is Willis Green Falls of Hough was hero Monday looking nfter ids many in Â¬ terests iu this viciulty Tho Ladies Missionary Society is quite flourishing Tho members nil attend rcgularlay and seem much interested in tho work Sirocco wo nro glad to say that Iko Herman was not murdered but mado his appearance iu our town this morn i ville Mrs Has been purchased by us at GOc on tho dollar at a great New York You may judgo Which wo will put on snlo and continue until sold from tho following quotations of a few articlo FORCED SALE Prices on Entire Stock I Best Blue Calicoo J c Jlens Outing Shirts worth GOc salo Yard wide lloosler Cotton 4 c Mens Socks worth 10 c at fi c Nico Ginghams I c Huck Crash worth 7J at 5 c Marseilles Spreads worth 150 salo price l8c Lnco Curtains wth 125 salo price 7e Lnco Curtains wtli S1C0 sale price 00c Iico Scrim wortii 10c sale price Sc Come price 25c Heavy Ingrain Carpets wortii 35c Balo price 24 c Kxtrn quality worth 40 45 salo price 20 c Straw Matting nice quality 10 12J and 15 c Special salo Window Sliades wortii 50c salo price 25c will havo them more than realized uith great expectations nnd you QEIO YRAKRL GO BRANDENBURG KY Miss Alico Mattingly of Cloverport and Miss Lorn Mattingly of Kirk vis ited their aunt Mrs Alice Hhodes last Come again ladles week Mr Frank Hhodes accompanied by his sister Miss Minnie nnd Miss Dora McDaniel attended church nt StAn thonys Thursday and wero pleasantly enterialned nt night by Miss Maggie Hhodes Â¬ And other Vehicles Harness Unequaled in Style Workmanship and Durability At Road Wagon Phaeton BUGGIES Saddles and O Falling hair may bo prevented broshy hair mado soft nnd a renewed growth of tho hnir stimulated by tho use of Ayers Hair Vigor Tho per capita debt of France is 110 of Great Britain 87 i of Itlnly 7ll of tho United Stutes SI I Tho Australian prov- Â¬ inces havo the largest Queenslands be Â¬ lreo on board ut Cincinnati Uliiiiiifuclurorsii Fuctory Price HARNESS CO CINCINNATI O NATIONAL CARRIAGE Top Buggy at 45 00 Surrey Carriage Spring Wagon Road Cart No 00 Buggy Harness Barouche Harness No 1080 No 1177 Light Double Harness No 1202 Team Harnoss ing 3l aud South Australias 121 description i Job Printing of every finished in first class stylo 32 00 62 50 76 00 132 50 43 00 II 00 5 25 10 75 15 75 17 00 im Dr of Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy will pay you 600 If they cant give y a eootnUte ouU prmRut our Thb maknm T quite a treat to tho members and entiro From another correspondent community and tho funeral sermon Sun Â¬ Dr Hart was at Glendeane ThursJay day morning of Jas E IHnea was a beau- Â¬ J F Olaycomb Lodlburg was hero tiful and Impressive service Wednesday We once heard of a young matt who Mr Myers a grocery drummer was in spent a day quite pleasantly at a cave with a party of bewitching young ladles town Thursday night that is one that X would like to ell about but for fear of bard feelings and Qr Price CrMm Baking Powder awlly dkwofd I tleelet AiHt PM fMt Made Ml STAUVlMs sickness or Injury i M 1UI IIOITY They build up tho health and beaull ly the compleslnu leavlnic NO WltlNKIKS or lUbblnnss STOLT MMIOMINS and illtticult M KXlliUIMKNT brc4thlnK surely relieved a scientlric and positive reiki adopted only but All orders supplied after years of experience Trice I ioo per package direct from our oillcc or three MCkaKet for Ijjjo by null postpaid Teitfrnonlals and particulars scaled sets All Iahk Piimity 1ills will rctlucu your IiHMANiNTIY from MtuiSjKiunJsa FAT PEOPLE month Our 1rlces on other Styles nnd G rades aro equally low Tho work w oulj please you and give entire satisfaction Try it once and you will havo no other Our Vehicles llurnm aud Saddles include a lull and completo Hue II you intend to purchase a Vehicle Harness or Saddle dorvt fail to sea or weight correspond witli T F McGLURE Agent Yon HARDINSBURG KY Who has Illustrated Descriptive Cataloguo nnd lrlce LI it of our lull line He respectfully PoliciU your patronage aud will cheerfully answer any further inquiries you limy desire to make He Can Correspondence Strictly Confidential PARK REMEDY GO lutei Miss save Monty Is that any Objict te yon Maaiaaa M fi fi f nn - - - - - - - i 1 m BRECKEtffttDGE Jno NEWS Proprlitri 1891 L HARblNSBURQ H mm The nambletoh Hou8 hiii nui hi ii in mi nil i nfi r f TiiiriTYffT -- -j- - - - --- w Is preparing td 0 A T Qi BiUigi Editors tail W TIME TABLE WEDNESDAY MAY 0 Paiienger Dili soma wist arr Ilardlniburgl2ill OOIXO ART pm SIX PAGES A good advertisement works day an night Sundays too It Is like money at PaiMDRer Dally arr Ilardlnhurn- - 7t4r am Interest is now practically settled that tlio will be G A R encampment of 18 held at Louisville Crab cider at H K Mattinglys Browns excursion Saturday May 20th Cigars and tobaccoat UK Mattinu lyb Prof Hayes went to Brandenburg last Saturday Browns excursion Saturday May 2il Walt for It WicklHIo muddlo Tiik Urown Gross Mr Morris Kskridgo has purchased a Is given in full in another column Head new jersey cow your own conclusions and draw Mrs V G Babbago is visiting at Bew Ir Louisville wants the trado of Ureck loyvllle this week enrldgo county slio must buy what The best brands of cigars and tobacco Breckenridgo county lias to sell at U E Mattinglys Mr J G Stephens Holt was in the President Cloveland has at last named city last Wednesday a Democratic postmaster for Russellvllle The best of order always maintained Ky Michajah S Clark is the fortunato on Browns excursions Stop at tho Hambleton House when Coi JO Hodges in his strong appeals you go to Hardinsburg Mrs Thomas McClure was visiting at for Breckcnrldge is not helping his chances for tlio ollico of Public In- Â¬ Jollys station last week struction Mr Skinner from West Point was here a fow days lastneek Tiik best brick and tlio best asphalt Thoy aro carrying out a good deal of for paving streets produced in the world are both found right hero in Brecken Â¬ timber on the branch now Confectioneries of all kinds fresh and ridgo county of lircckinridgo would ho a disgrace not only to tlio people of tlio famous Blue Grass region but to tlio wholo State of Kentucky MoitUANFiELD has just voted 20000 to assist in building water works by a vote of 321 to 17 and Morganfiuld is not as large a town as Cloverport It The election nice at It K Mattinolvs We have a patentBO to speakon mod Â¬ erate prices T C Lewis it Co Beard A Brown have dissolved partner Â¬ ship In the butchering business Wo aro hero not for profit simply but for trade C D Payne 1 lamed Spot cash helps us to save your money Co the jewelers T C Lewis The District Conference meets at Vino Grove Ky May 23rd to tho 20th A good second hand phaeton for salo A man who wants to work can find it in this town No use whining about this that or the other thing Go to work and quit your mouthing Ik tlio times do seem n littlo hard it should only Bpur a young man to re- Â¬ double his energes Honestyand faith Â¬ fulness to duty will outlive any sort of a panic Dr Cottrell preached a fine sermon In the Kluvstreet Methodist church Sunday night It was tlio sixty fifth anlversary of his birth but he is trying to keep this fact from his sweethearts Wk have the local gatherings of thirty newsy correspondents in this issuo of the BiuxKKNiunm News and if you dont see what you want rest assured that it will appear next week Coleman IIaswkii Miss Kinina Smith returned Sunday from a three weeks visit to Garfield For a good lunch go to R K Matting Â¬ lys on south side Court house square It Is bad to uso too much space but it is worso to uso too little in advertising Dont forget the date of Browns ex- Â¬ cursion to Louisville Saturday Mny 21 Uev S K Breeding will fill his regu- Â¬ lar appointment at Webster next Sunday Circuit Court begins next Monday Thire are forty four new cases on tho docket Mr Sam lioard camo up from Clover- Â¬ port last week to see his mother and his best girl Dont forget tho Ith of July celebra- Â¬ tion at Hardinsburg ok out for bills or trade Uuzby A Co The national Committee on 1ubllc Co think they will Buildings and Grounds has tnado a favor- Â¬ B F Beard able report on tlio bill appropriating build a large two story brick business 10000 for the enlargement of tlio house this fall United States Custom house at Owens Tho date fixed for Julian Browns next bo ro excursion on tho Branch is Muy JO Get ready for it When it comes to a good bucket Mr Charley Lyons and wife Jollys brigade and hard workers at a fire the people of Cloverport cannot bo surpass station were visiting Mr McClures fam- Â¬ edbut tlio time will come when it will be ily hero last week Big day at Louisville Saturday May 20 beyond the power of such means as this You can go there for only 100 on to save us Browns excursion The report of Breckinridges speech Tho Breckenridgo County Democrat and the incidents of tlio occasion which at this place dropped out of appeared in the Courier Journal of last published existanco last week Sunday was a clever piece of reporting No business realizes its highest pur and was tho work of Mr T G Watkins pose which does not nllord the people city editor of that great paper Mr bargains Hardin and Bro Watkins is a fino journalist If you want to forget that such a thing That women are at least tho equal of as hard times ever existed pay a visit to men is becoming more fully demonstrated our store T C Lewis Co every day Tho female city treasurer of Wo know our watches aro right We Fort Scott Kan is 1300 short in her acwant you to know it Wo want your counts and has been suspended pending watch trade T C Lewis 5c Co an investigation of her short comings Mrs Mary Garrett of Alexis Illinois She has probably been blowing it in arrived hero last Monday to see her sis Â¬ in ico cream parlors ter Mrs W II Bell who is quito ill MisTKitious disappearances in Owens No man who has any respect for his boro and vicinity have almost becomo an pocket book can help feel for it when ho epidemic The latest is James Drury a sees our prices on groceries Hardin young son of T J Drury a well known Bro farmer of tho Knsor neighborhood He News was received hero last week that disappeared from homo last month and Mr Joe B Skilhnan was about to lose has not been heard of since His father his eyesight It is probably caused from offers a liberal reward for his appre Â¬ rheumatism hension Wo always give a heaped up pressed We hope the good people of the Pres Â¬ down overflowing measure of value for byterian church do not think for a mo Â¬ every dollar spent with us Hardin it ment that our failure to notice their Bro beautiful and highly enjoyable enter- Â¬ Wo know a thing or two about repair Â¬ tainment given at their church last week ing a watch It didnt come to us by ac Â¬ was intentional on our part It was cident either Been at it for years T purely an oversight for which wo now C Lewis it Co ask and pray forgiveness May tho Mr Silvester Bain and Miai Oda Rob Lord bless the church tho building erts were married at this place last week fund committee and give them abundant at tho Huckeby House Uev W B prosperity in the good work in which Sneed officiating they aro so earnestly and busily engaged Mr Frank Haswell is the proudest man in town over ills twins They aro bTANrOHD l the greatest bicycle town In tint section IhlrtVhvc are now owned and ridden beautiful babies but they get quite enhere Interior Journal It seems that that is not much of a tertaining at times When you como to court next week bicycle country up there There aro now sixty three bicycles owned and rid Â¬ bring that watch along with you and let den in Cloverport and this Is a much us put it in good running shape for you T C Lewis it Co smaller place than Stanford besides we Postmastor McCIuro says the govern Â¬ have some of tho best and most gracoful how- Â¬ ment will make good the stamps stolen lady cyclists in tho state Stanford ever should not be discouraged if she from tho poet office last week and the will get a little hustle on her sho can loss will not fall on him One dollar is all it will cost you from catch up with the procession any point on tho Branch to make the Tiik Hardinsburg Democrat is dead round trip to Louisville Saturday May again We aro not surprised to hear it 20th Browns excursion day The people of Breckenridgo get all they If it is tho business of property owueis want in their old rellablo stand by tho to look after tho planting and caro of Dreckeniuikie NEWsandthey dont caro shade trees tho street leading to the for any other medium We publish tho depot could be improved In this way news from all sections and for all parties When you como to court next weok Democrat Republican Populists or what stop at tho Hambleton House you will not No matter from what source or find tho rates reasonable and tho accom- Â¬ what section if its nows the News pub- Â¬ modations first class Hardin Bro lishes it Its the pooplos paper and Prop right nobly do they stand by us -- papers Dr Mitchell Mooleyvllle was hero may come and papers may go but the last Friday Dr Mitchell Is tho cancer News goes on giving tho news and doctor at that placo and has lately effect Â¬ nothing but the nows in good times ed several cures of that dreaded disease and hard times just tho samo Mr Kichard Bandy of Irvington is a patient that tho doctor has just sent At IRS or Mr George that XeHaf teaks up ohlUlrenUs waat beUdlaf home sound and well ftiouM Hook of this placo Is another on whom BROWN a IKON HITTKHS twn MaUrlt Iadlf It la pUnt to take AU a cure was lately effected Iwep It MUeuaiMM Â¬ Â¬ accommodate all the Ciicult Court vlil tors A splendid meal and a pood bed what you will get at this popuar Hotel Hardin it Bro aro tho proprietors Mr M Meyer of Burns wauls the public to know that he Is In LouIbvIIIo this week purchasing a stock of spring goods and ho wants you to wait until he returns before purchasing elsewhere To he sure I dont want to make it great profit oil tho people on my stock of new goods hut a small profit is bcttrr than sitting down these times and doing nothing I will have tho goods and they must go M Meyer Hums Ky Tho News is read with as much eager ness by tho peoplo of Hardinsburg now as of the first year It was published News day always brings out a big crowd to tho post office and a copy is carried into nearly every family In town Mrs W H Bell died at hoc homo in this placo Monday ovening at 5 oclock She had been In bad health for some Â¬ time hut her death ms rather unexpect- Â¬ Mrs Bell whs a member of ed so soon the M K Church South and a very estimable lady Major Henry T Stanton of Frankfort will lecture hero next Monday night The lecture is under the auspices of tho Kpworth League of this place Wo can assure those who have the pleasure of hearing tho Major that they will be highly entortuiued The County Board of Health met at Harned one day last week and camo to the solemn conclusion that the bulk of staves piled up all around that place Mere an Injury to tho public health and would breeil typhoid fever and other diseases They recommended that thoy should bo moved In the In and About column of the Courier Journal it was stated last Mon- Â¬ day that Mr Charley Blanford would mako the race in this district for the Ite Â¬ for Congress publican nomination against Hon John W Lewis 1 saw Mr Blanford at Irvington last Monday and questioned him about the report and he said It was a mistake that he would not contest tho nomination with Vir Lewis at all Mr M Meyer of Buras wont to Louisville on tho train last Monday to pur Mr chase a spring stock of goods Meyer und his Hubert Me Gullin have dissolved partnership but Mr Meyer will continue business at tho old stand and will make his stock much larger this spring than ever Ho will continue it system of low prices and guarantee satisfaction to all his cus tomers IS The street in this town leading from Major Scotts corner to the depot prom Â¬ ises to bo the most important of any in Already tho bulk of travel is town done over it and it should bo tho best improved street in tho town Tho trus tees have spent boiiih money on it but moro could be us d to an advantage The sidewalks in particular need attention and there should be a better drainÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ son-in-laÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ BRANdENriURQ Charllo Caperko is spending several days at homo Mrs J K Ditto wni in Ixiulnvllle Inst week toshop Mrs John Hardin U still quite sick but cheerful and hopeful To the wife of lion Chnpzi Wnthen May lib a fine girl baby Mrs AHhu and daughter Blanche aro visiting Mrs Blanche Fontaine Mis Jiss Clartaon und Miss Ladle Clarkson were in town lust Thursday Miss Mary Ola Aslicialt Is at Canon it Hyers liulsvllle to learn tho nilliiu ry trado Tho Sewing Circle of tho M E Church met at Mrs S P Woolfolks on Thursday afternoon last Mrs W II Kiclinrdson of Louisville has been quite sick for somo time and is still confined to her bed Miss Llllio Yeakel returned to Louis- Â¬ ville last Thursday after a months stay with her brother Mr IM Yenkel aud wlfo Miss Mary Pusoy spent Saturday and Sunday at home Mary will graduate from Hampton College tho first of Juno Moro about it at tlio tlino A harvest of girl babies continues in a fow years a migratory season will OVER Mrs JORDAN age Mr Thomas McCIuro says he will for- Â¬ ward his resignation as Postmaster this week This will open up a lively scram ble for tho place Sono three or four parties want it but the contest will prob Â¬ ably be narrowed down to Joe B Cox Â¬ and deputy County Court Clerk Thomas McGill Both aro hacked with good petitions and you can mako your own gties on tho winner Mr McClure pre Â¬ fers to resign and get out unlets ho can give entire satisfaction There is moro Catarrh in this Bectlon of tho country than all other diseases put together and until tho last few years For a was supposed to bo incurable great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local reme Â¬ dies and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it inScience lias proven catarrh to curable bo a constitutional dlseaso and therefore requiaes constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Chenoy Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on tho market It Is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system They offer ono hundred dol- Â¬ lars for any caso it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address F J Cheney it Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggist 75c 8 Â¬ NORTH FORK OF ROUGH We aro having some nice weather now Fruit is all kilkd hi this neighbor Â¬ hood Born to the wife of John Mattlngly April 20 a boy Mrs Mary Pool is visiting her son Mr Huso Pool this week Mr Win Pool and wife visited Mr and Mrs II use Pool last week Mrs Wm Tincher and littlo son wero guests of Mrs Huso Pool Monday Childrens Day at Cavo Spring church third Sunday in May Everybody come Sabbath school began at Cavo Spring last Sunday Uev Sneed preached Sun Â¬ day night Itomember Browns excursion to Lou- Â¬ isville Saturday May 20 Only 100 for tho round trip Miss Lucy Nobletto who is teaching our Bpring school is having great suc- Â¬ cess and the pupils all seem to think there is nothing liko Miss Lucy Mr James Hampton and son Clate of Falls of Hough have broken up house- Â¬ keeping and gono down on Green Hlver Wm Tincher have run thrco rafts of saw logs to the Falls of Hough this winter and havo a raft of tics all complete watting for the to work Messrs John Stll well and next rise Geo Getscndanner came down from Hardinsburg last Saturday to loaf a few days with the boys ItMt dtam reign pursuing a region where a show Â¬ er of opposite sex has fallen Mrs McMeador and daughter Mrs Nettio Kerfoot of Oklahoma are at Judge J F Woolfolks also his daughter Airs Georgo Frymiro of Union Star A largo Congregation greeted Bro Cherry in his beautiful new church last Sunday It is considered by competent judges to be one of the handsomest lit- Â¬ tlo churches in the State Miss Jennie Wool folk has been in del- Â¬ icate health for some tinio I am glad to know she is somewhat improved and her many friends hope the warm bottled weather will entirely restore her Gypsy Maids generous offerings of sympathy are appreciated as well as our Irvington correspondent Every thought that Hies through our brain is heard in Heaven God hears wishes aspirations soul hungerings and thirstings Much of our best praying is done when we sit at Gods feet and do an out only let our not speax at hearts talk Take this feeling all of you my friends In response to tho many letters that I cannot answer In my walk with Mrs Richardson last Saturday to the cemetcrj I notice since I was out last that Airs S C Watkins house has men raised another story painted and looks pretty and comfort- Â¬ able Mr John Bolings house has a new coal ot paint aim his young or chard is just beautiful a ten rail fenco surrounds it every tree white washed and the ground cleared of all rubbish It means a littlo fortune in the future Mr Sebastnius house will bo quite haiidsomo when done and all of it heljw this dear old town Shining on tho hill tops smiling oer the meadows comes beautiful spring All nature is rejoicing at her presence The grasses and flowers havo taken on a brighter richer hue aud the sky seems Everthing is bluer than ever before charming in its reawakening its prom May its in is of good tilings to come many iiucnce ho reliecteu in many hearts bringing forth blossoms of lilo and hope making the home life and the world around about us brighter and bet Â¬ ter And even to us whoso lives are so full of sadness and suffering that glad ness is impossible May its sweet In Â¬ fluence bring a soothing balm a calm gcntlo peace resting in the thought of that timo when all shall be perfection in ono eternal spring Two disciples were walking to Em- mans The name of only ono ot them is given so wo conclude they were not distinguished persons but quiet every day people liko you nnd mo But Jesus himself drew near He saw they wero sad perplexed anxious Ho gent Â¬ ly drew out their confidence to tell Him all there was in their hearts Tins Is a comprehensive theme All h pu coni- fort strength peace joy righteousness every good and perfect gift must como from this confidence He is sent to heal the broken hearted to comfort them that mourn Ho brings His own words of comfort through human lips Hid own healing touch by a human hand but oh when you are sighing for The touch of a vanished hand and the sound of a voice that Is still though tho comfort Is from God and Titus tho messenger The wants of tho soul aro so hard to reach and when it still longs for the love and sympathy of ono beyond recall we aro shut away from seeing God or hearing Titus Crosses Yes so many aud such different sizes I remember a little book I read a long time ago when I had no cross but now tho pictures on those little pages I find are indellibly impressed On the first page was a representation of the Saviour und a young woman and on the ground lay a cross that He was evld entlytrylng to persuade her to pick up On the next page sho looked as if she had said Well I suppose I shall have Sho tied a string to it to take it up and dragged it like so many of us while tho Saviour looked on in sorrow On tho next page she had taken it up but with such a self will that it did her no good Then she placed it on her shoulder Jiut averted her faco She fin ally turned her face to it and raised it higher But I cannot forget that last picture and pray to be like it Sho had taken her cross from her shoulder and had her arms around it holding it closo to her heart and her fuco was up- Â¬ lifted The doloctable mountains wero not far away and the light from the upA per city streamed down on her face smile was on the Saviours faco her cross So I was where it brought her strength am taught by this that tho only way to take the sting out of any cross Is to hold it close and set your face toward it But to do It the how Such a spirit of obe- Â¬ dience is required such a Christ spirit such a Christ love heart-longinÂ¬ 1 Â¬ Nanoy MoPherion Dies al the Happy Old Age of Ninety two IIP 11 Mrs Nancy McPhcrsou died at her home In this city at 11 oclock yesterday morning the 8th lust Sim was line of tho oldeif if not the i oldest person in this section of tho coun try Sho was horn in Nelson county Virginia Nov 18 1801 which makes her at tho time of her death in her ninety third year I lets has been n long and beautiful life She was married in Virginia in 1810 to John Witt and emigrated with him to this state somo years afterward She was the mother of William and Hichard Witt and Mis Malinda Camp of this city and J A Witt of Hardins burg all of whom aro now respected and honored aged citizens Her first husband died in 1834 aud sho afterward married Joseph Mclher- son This union was blessed with two children one of whom Mrs John Cul ley of Louisville was present and help Â¬ ed to mako pleasant tie last earthly moments of her dying mother Mrs Mclherson joined tho Baptist church aud was baptized in Virginia in 1811 and she has over since remained a faithful and consistent member of that church Her life has been remarkable for the beauty of her kind christian spirit ii The funeral services will be held in the after- Â¬ Baptist church at 3 oclock this noon after which tho remains will bo interred in tho Murray cemetery f I If tI i We irc receiving to day I 0 m 1 I ft Â¬ h m l I I Nice j 1 1 U II 1 New Dress Goods Fr j I 1j 1 I i HI ui 1 j 1 1 1 Report of the Cloverport High School For the 8 th Mouth Number girls enrolled Nuuibi r boys enrolled Wholo number of pupils Averago daily attendance Average daily absence Per cent of attendance Number cases tardiness Number visitors ItOM OF HONOR Warm 101 14 1115 180 12 1 Weather Wear zzr VC C5 OT I I l3 52 14 J - man school depaktment Third year Nellie Simons Bertha Mattlngly Forest Moorman ami Edna Moorman Second year Mary Hyan First year Marion Downier I adosca Susie Beverley May Bessie Jarboe Itosa Hyan Pearl lVrrigo Ernest Boyd Fred DHuy Proctor Keith Willie Mul len Aiuil Oele Herbert Heidel Albert Solbrig Jesso Willis James Witt UtAMMAIt 111 figj I j Sil Sixth year Fniinio Smith Manilla White Ernest Popham Fifth year Ella Ahl Joe Fallon Wil bern Gregory Damon Beavin Mary Dean Carrie Graham Llllio Loudon Eliza May Walter Oelze Ella Popham Bertio McGavock Moorman Willis Lafe Beheii Stella Weatherholt lNTEHMKlllATK 1iiautmint 4 5 DKlAltTMENT Fourth year Warileld Collins David May John Wendelkin Edmund Wroo Charles Zirclc Murrel Gregory Florence Wood Ghas B 4 A OT - ALL KINDS OF Skillman - Third year Emma Ahl Willio Ahl Spicy Beavin Minnie Camp Mary Og lesby Maude Witt Dora Berry Hovious RafTerty Lulu Crist ralSIAKY DEPARTMENT Second year Wearda Graham John and Lewis London Clara Dyer Maggie Wroo First year Efton Beavin Harry Bev Â¬ I Insurance MSiMt The Path to LOW PKICKS OK Umbrellas Atackenlothea SprlnL Vrap res ijooili 0 fAZ x erley Leonard Gregory Edmund Harris Maggie Burns Bessie Popham Julia Wroo Hee Willis Anna Jarboe J II Loo an Supt Drowned in Qreen River Henry C Jolly of Stephenspo t was drowned in Green river near Humsoy Sunday We could not obtaiu particu- Â¬ lars as tho telephone wires aro down He was in the employ of tho Cincinnati Cooperage Company rafting staves and in some manner got into tho river His body was recovored and ho will probably bo burled at Union Star orStephensport Ho was a step son of Samuel Gilbert of of Stephensport and was a Squire H B Cox of Union Star Ho leaves a widow and two small children son-in-la- Tread You Would it Belt lluckles Lace Pins Drcis Trlmmlnga Kid Cloves Silk Mils Shopping IIUf Iurses Hans Handkerchiefs Chemisettes Windsor Ties No More Credit Cloverport Ky May 8 1891 I wish to inform my friends aud patrons that on the 14th day of May I will start my busi Â¬ ness upon a strictly cash system The condition of tho times forces me to adopt this plan that I and my customers may bo protected Look out for circulars Hespectfully V S LoNti the butcher The Cloverport string band went sere Â¬ nading one night lost week Ladles Gents Underwear Childrens Underwear Ladles Hosiery Gents Hosiery Childrens Hosiery d Aprons Corsets Corset Waists Shoulder llraces Ladles Underweai Towels Cufl Iluttons Stamped Linens Hinhy Silks Hat Pint Gents Shoes Shoes I Childrens Shoes Childrens Caps Mens Hats Lace Curtains The Bicycle Season t WindowjShades lortlers Ktc Hto You must tread the Path that leads to WH BOWIY1ER OLOVERPOhT ky SONS UNDERSTAND the CASE BUY RIGHT WHEN YOU BUY OF UH YOU CERTAINLY 4 if K Moador will positively for Cash or Produce Wo quote a fow prices r-v- -o Witt Bell -- Is now In full swing Your old whcol has likely served its purpose and you want a new one Or perhaps you are thinking of getting a new wheel Then Homember let us show you our lines wo are here to serve you well Does you Bicycling is great sport Get a Healthy exercise lots of good wheel and join the happy crowd of riders Get one now to day te Hoosler Cotton at All Calicoes at Dress Goods A 1 Dress Goods at 5c per yd 5 and 5c 7J 8 10 and 12c 22 Jo All kinds of Dress Goods reduced in price to suit purchasers Come in and see for yourself Because we buy right direct from first hands and pay cas tis a constant study with us how to give you more value for your dollars This Is the time To day To day SULZERS Wool and other Produce WITT MEADOR k HARDINSWJRO KY urn tf r- wprt TSJji8ww n THR BKLROltRMRIDQEl NRWS OLOYRRPOH 4 KY mi i rrtlfflrtmiVrr ivi -- - A FIGHT POR r night but r 6 Copyrighted tSu By JOHN J McGINNISS li r MILLIONS American Press Assoilaliun KTr Mmgan stunco lu hlsspcLulatlouH never told Laurence of lilx people tor thu rpiiHnn hu mild to III wife thut it is time enough when his folks utiirn or until he is older nnd capable of ap preciating tho case Your mothers death was followed quickly hy that of your aunt and Laurenco never learned Your father placed you in this story tho convent Why has my father been silent nnd apparently so cureless of Laurenco and Â¬ ntoso iu tho morning nt ber accustomed hour bearing herself brave- Â¬ ly showing no sign that would reveal might of the great trouble that was darkening her life with few rifts in tho clouds through which sho could look to for coiisolutioii lu tho brightness bo youd Mr Raymond Is good sho catd Ho means well but can I repay him as ho wishes fc Ho was nonplused Was her action duo to the fact that this was the first timo ho hud met her slnco their troth hnd been plighted nnd plighted under conditions that Implied 011 her own understanding n snnso of her unworth incss Or did sho with womnns In- Â¬ tuition dtvino that this meeting sole cistio though tho thought was to bo ono mgar r No jo v K rat hr conflicting emotions Gratitude that eho had escaped mnrriiigo with her brother grief that alio had lost Lnu renco In n relation tho very thought of which hod In days gono by nwnkoned within her tho tcudorcst sensations of peaco and bliss Sbo stared blankly nt ftaymond Hor eyes wero upon hims hor spirit was in other realms whero golden memories crystallized with ideals that must never evolvo into realities were Hying beforo her vision dlssipoting beforo this revelation like mist on tho mountains when tho morn Â¬ ing rnys break In upon them Sho was thinking too of tho truth in tho poets lines All such Is tho fato of our lifes early promlce So luisalng tho sprlngtldo of joy we have known Each ware that wo tlaacVon at morning ebbs An J leaves us at eve on the bleak shore alone her right liimd mocliniilciilly rlHiiiK tu Her brow as If to keep ber lancing bruin from beating Us wny outward What Never mind was licr reply mo Ho went to Denver and was killed Ho had not killed for his money timo to mnko any arrangements And how havo you learned this how enmo you to bo acquainted with a history that is n mystery to mo mid to to Laurence Simply enough Tho old lawyer with whom I studied was your fathers counsel In rummaging over old papers a short tlmo ago I found a letter from tho district attorney cf Denver inclos- Â¬ ing a memorandum written it your of pnrtlng Loverlike ho sought in his own inner consciousness for some reason that would account for her conduct Sonic whero nnd somehow whero nnd when ho could not then discover ho was re- Â¬ sponsible not she How quick tho mind works under such circumstances No hesitation wns apparent in him Irom tho moment tho heavy doors of tho con vent doted until ho had his arm around her awakening hor faith in his own strength whilo Iter head leaning against his breast her golden locks waving on his left shoulder wns press Â¬ ed gently back by a kiss upon hor brow and her taco upturned to his You didnt look for me did you ho asked assuming n gnyncss that ho did not feel Â¬ stay Stay you to build you up for tho trip Build mo upl Theres 110 need of that bo nil right Ho ought to sec yon anyhow Oh yes I didnt moan lioBlioiitdnt comn but n Imply that Im not f o bad im you think I 11111 How long ought I to Ill The Greatest Downfall of the Season Is now golni on nt tho about physics Tlietofore If you wnnt to recuperate you mustnt try to Instruct 11 doctor as you would an elec Â¬ tion district captain Mortimer hiiiIIiiI That sinllo win nn assurance ho would nut neglect to fol low thu course mapped out for him Raymond acceplid it as such and turn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rcpontil Raymond Look hero you must ngreo to two things tnko tho ndvico of your physician hero until you get to Denver then tnko tho ndvico of tho physician thoro You know something nbotit politics nothing ed I o go I No Ilcr hotly tlouly THE SHADOW klhl from th VI OK IAPTINO chrtr CHAPTER from us j f U i l y t I Summoning all her will power to hor aid sho concentrated her mind on tho situation n ml its suggestions Reason camolinck to its throne nnd slio asked t How llow liavo you learneJ this do you know it Is true that his imtno and intno In Lcland Raymond was cool and collected Ho lnl not mado up his mind how ho would broach tho subject Ho realized that ho hud not done it delicately but ho had anticipated tho result and was prepared If sho expected to road in his faco anything of that which sho had long dreamed to make clear tho secret of her ancestry sho was disappointed Not a tremor of a muscle His look was really 0110 calculated to givo her confi- Â¬ dence in tho sincerity ho professed If you do not beliovo mo to bo a ho continued I will say no friend Let 1110 assure 111010 about tho matter you I thought you would bo pleased to hear news you must havo long yearned for It was my great solicitudo for your welfaro that caused mo to speak as I have and that too is my apology Let mo tnko you for being bo abrupt back Stay n moment sho Interposed How rightly had ho studied womnns nature How often has her curiosity cost her tho most priceless jewels in tho But circlo ot her womanly treasures in Isabels cuso much might bo pleaded in attenuation Will you tell mo all sho asked her arms involuntarily outstretched in abjuration Gently ho took ber bands and held Ho looked at her them in his own lovingly for his heart went out to her moro than it ovor hud to any other of her sex Dont think mo hard ho beseech ed Ill tell you but if my story makes you happy as I know it will can I not hopo for happiness iu return Aro you suro that that Lau Laurence is my brother As suro as I am that you are Isabel Loland You could not ask mo to answer Do now I have never imagined this not press me I will certainly be grate- Â¬ ful Let mo not think you anything but manly when tho recollection of your kindness will riso beforo me This means much to Laurence Laurence you call him and my friend- Â¬ ship warrants mo in using tho name He is under a continued Raymond cloud If you were my wife I could appeal in his behalf to thoso who mean to ruin him ruin him through wrong 1 feel As a disinterested person I could not stay tho storm that lowers above him but to protect mo and mi no from dishonor these people could bo induced to consent to an investigation that would vindicate Laurence Then again I have long desired to lift him to tho highest placo in his profession It is within my power to do so Bat I know nothing of this or of what it means Am I asked to pledgo myself beforo tbcro Is justification Will you still torturo mo with sus Â¬ pense Yonr No I will begin my story father was George Leland an honored and an honorable man Ho came from England with your mother ambition goading him on Laurence was the eldest child nearly 8 years your senior Two other children your parents had Your father was er- Â¬ They aro dead ratic in his way For several years ho When your lived at Worcester Mass brother was 8 years old your father be Â¬ gan to travel searching for specula- Â¬ tions Your brother Laurence was not very strong and as your mother had hopes of bringing her husband back to Worcester she left tho boy there in her sisters care As ho grew up tho boys all addressed him as Laurenco Mnngan Mangan was tho namo of your aunts Ho had no children of his husband own and Laurenco becamo his Idol But how Is it that Laurence does 6ho que- Â¬ not know his own surname ried JI um coming to that Your mother was taken ill hero shortly before your Sho didnt feel equal to a jour- Â¬ birth ney back to Vorccster having been worn out with travel through aoveral states and at any rato your father took a liking to this city and sho was very cautious in avoiding suggestions that might again awukeu the roving dispo sYifon within him Your brother was In bis uauts caro from his third year us tho boy wus not strong enough to Your father wai stand tho travel moving from place to place your mother always with him They settled in this city In 1878 and It was your mothers Intoutlnn to have Laurence brought on when sho was stricken down Your uncle had queer notions of He knew he had not the your father disposition of the migratory swallow returning to the old buunta with the change of seasons and that he would never revisit Worcester Mr Mangan bad therefore made up his mind that Laurence would remain with hire Mangan was not wealthy but be tt comfortably situated ami be had nq thought that object low woui be wad to bis adoption of the boy especially yoar intiw iui the probability wm ih woujjj vetlw low J wwtifUt hjm Mb- - hours ifter tho shooting That memo Â¬ randum directed your fathers counsel to look ufler your interests I presume tho lawyer found you had a good home that Laurenco had another and thut as your father had loft no property mat Â¬ ters could not bo improved Out of my lovo for you I mado inquiries that en- Â¬ larged my knowledge Your family on the maternal as well as tho paternal side is an honored one Why not tell Laurenco Has ho never spoken to you about me father s dying request ho lived a few No beyond saying that yon wero not friendly toward euch other on ac- Â¬ I never usked more count of politics just because it was politics Hosu queer lad remarked Ray- Â¬ mond If 1 told him ho would almost kil his uncle now an old mail for tho deception practiced upon him lu what docs all this mean danger asked Isabel for Laurence You havo not yet told mo that my interest In you is reciprocated Tho interest is But there is something moro I seek A womans heart is not like the wax matrix of n phonograph susceptible to the slightest sound and holding it until itself is molten was the evus Ivo response There is no 0110 whom you would havo nearer or deurer to you in this ono sense I mean tho bcnso of honest Â¬ love then perhaps and realizing that sho had almost made an admission sho broke oil into tho strain most pressing upon her mind How is Laurence threatened Raymond was satisfied Ho know that gratitude in woman liko pity is akin to lovo Tho first process in its evolution was visible to his quick eyo und was confirmed by tho ear that had marked tho intonation when sho re- Â¬ ferred to tho quality of n womans Ho could now finish his story heart and trust safely to time ho thought to mako her his own Laurence was a clerk iu your uncles Btore u largo one for a town Ho hud other ambi Â¬ liko Worcester tions and ran away one moining uud entered uowspapcr life Tho day after his departure there was a defalcation of a few thousands of dollars repotted Tho bookkeeper placed tho blamo upon Tho evi Â¬ Laurence who was trusted dence was against him Tho deposit sent with him to tho bnnk tho day pre- Â¬ vious to his departure was larger thun So the sum ctedited iu the passbook They havo tho bookkeeper charged been a few years hunting Laurenco down A lawyer friend of mine who has tho caso in hand has withheld pro- Â¬ ceedings nt my earnest request He has not notified your uncle who somo time ago sent him authority to act Re- Â¬ having heard Laurenco wus hero quisition pupers will be soon issued and would have been issued ero this but for my iufluenco iu advising delay You do not think him guilty do you Certainly uot but yonr undo Is so stubborn and vindictive that if bo once get Laurence back iu Worcester ho would not relent but would press tho charge to conviction The evidenco of tho bookkeeper would bo sufficient to send your brother to state prison and your undo is severe enough to do it as a punishment for what ho considers ingratitude My opinion Is that tho bookkeeper is tho real thief who saw iu tho disappearance of Laurenco a splendid opportunity to ovnde tho con- Â¬ sequences of his own peculations I suggested this to my lawyer friend but ho says that Mr Mangan your uncle will not listen to tho theory Oh what shall wo do to save him cried Isabel Say nothing to him nt all about It Raymond advised If he had tho slightest inkling of it be is too manly to reinuin hero for n day Ho would go to Worcester Immediately und hav Â¬ ing no defense prepared nothing to rely upon but tho consciousness of his own innocence his impetuosity would lead to tho penalty of imprisonment Leave tho caso to me to munago nnd in duo time you will find tho results favorable provided you do not allow your anxiety to betray you and make known to him My friend confided to the situation mo nlono because bo wus under the impression that I desired Laurences humiliation antr that bis action In tho case if agreeable to me might be another step up to the seat of a justice- Â¬ ship to which he aspired Such is tho way of tho world I will obey your wishes she an Â¬ swered faintly The tension on ber nerves relaxed ner body slowly nd the swooned did from the chair to the floor the rustling of her dress and the deadened sound of the soft fall Attracting the at- Â¬ tention of I nee who waa passing The beat of the room has been too Uvea WBchor her Bald Raymond ttw towers are fading Bald That ml Um excitement Isabel waa carried to the boudoir set apart for ber Mm rested Utile that If Laurenco is my brother Lnuieuco Mangan spent somednyB in looking over tho territory in which the principal park was to bo located ac- Â¬ cording to tho information he had re- Â¬ ceived from sources lie knew to be re- Â¬ liable There aro many men in politics who aro so anxious to mako friends with newspaper men that they occasion- Â¬ ally abuse tho confidenco of others and discloso state secrets so to speak well knowing thai their own aro safo Havo you ever thought how those big stories not coming through regular news channels huvo been drawn into print startling tho public nnd the par Â¬ ties interested with tho precision of statement nnd accuracy of detail This mny enlighten you It was ono of Raymonds lieutenants an nsscmbly man who told Mangan that Raymond had explained when asked why ho did not leave tho appointment cf the com- Â¬ missioners to tho supremo court instead of naming them iu the bill that ono of tho justices could uot bo depended on Just think of it Ono man under tho political system of this frco country can not only havo laws passed to suit his purposes if ho is a shrewd political leader but can actually hnvo theso laws interpreted as ho pleases by his own nominees on tho bench if ho have Wo shudder no qunrrcl with them when wo read of tho tyrannies of tho czar whether all of us or only somo of us may pallinto tho nihilism engen dered by tho excesses of Rushian autoc- Â¬ Hero wo havo a political revo- Â¬ racy Wo clean out ono or moro lution branches of tho city government where wrong has becomo 60 potent as to bo notorious but tho other departments to which tho ramifications of fruud havo extended aro loft untouched year alter year Tho politicians hnvo been taught n lesson nnd tho taxpayers tako n rest So it is that our political reforms aro transitory and that tho uprising at tho polls wo imagino to bo tho pallngencsy of our liberties not to say palladium becomes tho genesis of greater official corruption becauso tho feeling of secur- Â¬ ity it creates has more strength than wisdom It temporizes Laurenco Mnngan had all tho facts of his assignment in mind so far as thoy related to the commission and probable sites Ho would soon bo ablo to turn in his nrticlo Ho had completed all his arrangements for starting to Denver and had mndo up his mind that he would call again upon Mother St Gor tmdo and Isabel and mako his adieus That afternoon ho started for tho con- Â¬ vent It was two days after tho recep- Â¬ tion given by Inez Mortimer Ho had seen Isabels namo iu tho newspaper account of tho reception but to him there was no special significance in that for ho knew that Isabels presence was looked tor by the people whoso names figured in the roport of the event She was often in demand at entertainments and other affairs where her taste and executive ability contributed to the suc- Â¬ cess If sho was called upon where hard tasks wero imposed it was but natural that sho should sharo in tho social pleasures of thoso whom she aid Â¬ ed at other times What n surpriso was iu storo for him Isabel eauie to receive him not play- Â¬ fully as on the last occasion with tho raillery that had lightened his heart but diffidently demurely blushingout stretching her hand mechanically bow- Â¬ ing her head in a vain attempt to bide her confusion She would have given worlds to be rolleved of her secret nnd yet sho bo lioved his honor depcuded upon her rot tcoiice with respect to it Â¬ With his arm still around her waist they walked into tho reception loom Didnt you expect lnotoconiotosay goodby beforo I went to Denver ho You must hnvo known I begun When did you think wouldnt delay I was going to put my promise Into ex- Â¬ ecution I didnt know Suppose it was tho day after tomor- Â¬ row Why so soon Ill seo you again ho remaiked want to talk to Inez Ho met Inez iu tho hallway Sho had heaid tho door of tho room closo nnd advanced to meet him so eager was sho to know tho result Ho surmised this and gently turning her faco In tho direction ho was moving by tho pres sure of his left arm around her ho took her tigtit hand iu his und they wulked toward tht outer door Â¬ mf Farmers Cash Store It la absolutely wonderful to see the gooilswcnro soiling tlicso bo called linnl times but It la only a proof of what coaIi will do Peoplo will go whero they can uso a dollar to tho best advantage and you will find that place when you como in and prico our goods Aa it has always been our motto thnt quick sales and small pro- Â¬ fits for cash la tho only business Wo enn aHonl to sell cheap wo run no risk of bad debts no book to keep to nn CONTINUED Insomnia is fearfully on the Increase Tho rush and excitement of modern life so tax the nervous system thnt multi tudes of people nro deprived of good and sufficient sleep with ruinous consequences to tho nerves Remember Ayers Sarsapnrilla makes tho weak strong ONE HALF RATE cant think Well tho sooner I nnvell tho mys Â¬ tery tho sooner you nto mine Htr brother t liking to her us a lover Her heart and eotil revolted Ho had expected her tu press closer to him not to start back as sho did Quickly she saw her mistake His strcago look apprised her of it Sho must suiter and bear Hei resolution csciacd to call shall I do no is going west after nil It Is tho best tiling my child It will keep his hand out of troublo and his mind occupied You had bettor tako a rest Como with mo to your I room Dont you know Â¬ Wo buy for cash nnd sell for tho Ho same and that Is tho end of it como lu while in town nnd see us aa wo will placo on our bargain counters to day ono hundred nnd twenty five Suits thnt wo will sell regardless of profit Harvest Excursions to Arkansas aud Texas On Mnrcli IStli April 10th and May 8th 1891 tho St Louis Air Line Louisville Kvnnsvillu St Louis Con It R will sell Harvest Excursion tickets to nil points in Arkansas Texas and Eddy N M at one half rates for thu round trip Tickets good returning 150 days from date of sale Tho Air Lino is 51 miles tho short Â¬ est route to St Louis tho west and Suits worth 1000 down to 750 Hoys Suits worth 1 J3 at 100 Suits worrh SSR at - - - 000 Suits worth 1250 nt - - - l0 Summer coats cnmlet pants straw hats and dont forget our immense lino of custom goods Tho Famous Fonvood Shoo kept only by us nnd nt prices to suit tho times Give us a call and bring us your WOOL will pay tho highest market price for it Your Friends Isabel went with tho sister but not beforo sho peered ngaln out of tho win- Â¬ dow through tho barH seemingly ex- Â¬ pectant that Laurence would return Sho wished hu would and just at that timo sho felt that her secret would bo his Ho has gono forever nowl sho cried I know ho has nnd tho mother su- Â¬ perior deemed it best not to contradict her or to dwell upon the incidents of tho afternoon CHAPTER MORTIMER KAYE The llct Shoci for the Liait Money CARTER HARDINSBURG KY VII SUNT A WAV HV KAVMOND X siS latle C Rnyniond saw his way clear to mnr no had no doubt of riago with Isabel that so ho wanted to get rid of Inez Philip Mortimers hoalth had suffer- Â¬ ed moro than usual during tho winter Tho decline hnd fairly Bet in consump- Â¬ tion had nearly dono its work and Mor Â¬ timer was becoming less regular in his attendance nt tho office Mortimer as peoplo nfllicted with his disenso will indulged iu tho delusion that ho would continue for yenru as ho was sometimes bright eometimes dull but with ani- Â¬ mation enough to deceive himself that tho days still hli wore fur from beiug few Why not send him to Denver mused Rnyniond and Inez with him Beforo ho dies ho will lingor thoro long enough to keep Inez from interfering with my plans With Raymond to think was to act Mortimor had failed that day to put in an nppcarnco nt tho oilice This was nothing unusual but Raymond mado it the pretext of paying n morning visit to Inez nnd urging upon her tho advis- Â¬ ability of taking her urothor to tho I will iiiIbs him nnd I will miss west you Inez said Raymond Tho wcrds wero not uttered In n spir- Â¬ it calculated to deepen Inezs impres- Â¬ sions of his sentiments toward herself but her nnxioty for her brother mado her regardless of Inflection Sho saw in Raymond n bonofnetor Sho know him to bo practical nnd an idlo sentiment from him assumed tho forco of earnest determination in her oyes Ho had been kind Ho had oven been tender Ho had intimated much had declared lit- Â¬ tle and his praiso of Inez to her broth Â¬ er repeated with forvor imparted by Mortimers own lovo for his sister gnvo Raymonds honoyod phrases to herself an importance unmerited Raymond was making a sacrifico to her mind Miss her ho would Ho hnd said so whilo sho knew that hor brother must havo been in somo wny especially serviceable to him or the two would not havo sought tho library so often to discuss political and busi- Â¬ But Rnyniond wns ness aiTmrs ulono really making no sacrifico Mortimers deputy wns as acceptablo as Mortimer and in recent years moro to bo depend Â¬ ed oif by virtuo of tho physical strength that guaranteed his presence when de Â¬ manded But Inez knew littlo of poli- Â¬ tics nnd Raymonds profession of interest in her brothors health moro ennobled him Gradually ho wus assum ing tho form of hor Ideal Your sisterly caro will bo worth moro to him than that of less interested Tho re Â¬ nnrses continued Ruymond ports nro that Colorado ulr Is highly ro storativo to tho lungs Oh I should su much like him to acquiesced Inez havo u chungo Como in now with mo uud let us prevail upon him ntouce Better leave him to me ho InterÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Southwest nnd tho only lino running vestibule trains daily between Louisville nnd St Louis with parlor nud dining cars Pullman palaco sleepers on night trains For further information ns to rates routes maps timo tables sleeper car reservation etc call on or address R A Campbell G P A t t Louis or 1 11 Campbell I P A Louisville City ticket nllirc S W corner Hid and Main street depot Hth and Main street Louisville Ky 1 w TvmvnH Uf WW I 3 SHOE k r IJr I Li DOUGLAS FOR GEHTLEMEH J iilillll IM XH A stK S5 S4 and S360 Dross 8hoo S3 CO Police Shoo 3 SoIog L S260 2 for Worklngmon 2 and SI76 for Boys NSHkk J ffl lflTTHirfKi8HiJ TTr Vl 1A LADIES AND MISSES Correctly weekly by Pumphrry A Lanier Pro dure Coimnlisloii Mircliants ajfi Second St Int Main and Market Louisville Hy S3 i vrf iiv r- - KfTuiTTSTHC fr nuts aw LOUISVILLE iirrcpn mi TcV5- XIL 3Wk - i m ihi any dealer uauaiud oners you w ii L DouirlAt S250 82 175 KY Mny 8 le94 Shippers should mark all packb es plainly with shippers name and post office address Choke country Modlura Creamery Fresh Michigan DEANS hand picked Navy- ISSgSESSSmXSitlt S IWTf shoes at a reduced price - r says he has them withiui I no namo stamped on the bottom put him uown as a fraud BUTTER 14 Ch 15 I ij 20 uu 25 li EUOS 8W I 75 to 1 10 to 1 01 to 1 1 ndiasa Old or Common nnd colored Prime white gooo Mixed Old No 1 duck - 85 85 1 20 FEATHERS 15 a 25 S 31 15 20 25 give W L DOUGLAS Shoes are stylish easy fitting nnd and bebetterÂ¬ consatisfaction nt the prices aitvertUed than nny other make Try one pair W L Douglas name ami price on the bottom which vinced The stamping of tlielr value fcaves thoubands of dollars annually to those who wear them ealcrs who push the sale of V I Douglas Shoes gain customers which helps to increase the sales on their full line of goods They can ndord to sell nt n less proQt nnd wo helleto ou enn kayo money by buying nil your footwear of tho dealer advor Catalogue frco upon application W X DOUGLAS llrocktou Mas tLed bulo O HIDES Art en rood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins llooiters per lb POULTRY Hens per lb 0 1 5 it 3i 7 SULZE1RSoloverport J D BRASHEAR Long Brick House Louisville M McGlotlilan Go union star ky ky Texas R R 20 a 50 12 7 ej St Louis Co TOBACCO BUYER CLOVI2RPORT KY Desires to seo all the tobacco farmers of this and surrounding country 2 4 00 Spring Chickens per doz DRIED APPLES AND PEACHES Apples cholco bright quarters Hi to Apples averago 4Ji to 5 0 TIME TnUliitr SCHEDULE At S00 oclck Vf NTfi OO A Lf Sunday iffct Dec 17 1893 ft M Bound Traint 51 Kail Bound ZVatni 62 Apples old Peaches new Peaches old 4 WOOL to 5 Kaprs Hxprs Dally 6 Mail A Dally 7 45im STATIONS Tab washed Orease fine 5 Grease coarse Merino Hurry and Cuts MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Vi Rceswax j 21 30 a 35 Sorghum Molasses HAY 3RAIN FEED We quote price to day on Louisville city 25 26 16 ftp 17 14 12 12 14 5 10 6 45 72 7 311 7 47 30in 800 GREGORY CL0VERP0RT - fc CO 8 40 8 41 IvUnn ptar Kentucky St Wcstlolnt Howard Itoc Haven Long llranch Ilramlcnburi Ciuston IrvlnKton K ron Haprs Hxprr Dally Dally 12 12 11 Mall 4 M WHARFMASTERS KENTUCKY 7M 8 01 SU 8 21 DM uu7 917 U2tl 0 31 9 45 U64 1004 1014 1020 10 28 10 31 10 31 1147 1132 1124 1111 6liin 45pm 30 8 30pm 7 35 7 30 813 714 7 07 6 48 6 40 1107 658 8 34 8 45 830 865 UK 106J 1060 10 41 wharf No 2 oats OATS Also Wholesale and Itetall Dealers In 32 10 50 11 DIM Strictly ohoioe Choice No 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw hay 36 13 00 Yollow Pino Flooring and Ceiling Shingles 011 917 9 24 Webster llcrce Sample Stephensport I odlburg Addison Clovcrport Shops 00 u 12 00 10 00 3 11 00 4 75 5 60 CORN Hair Doors Laths Cement Lime Sash and Brick Blinds 10 02 10 07 10 12 931 943 964 1060 10 61 1105 1110 1124 1130 1131 11 4U Holt Choice whit Choice shelled iVA 0 4 00 50 3 40 3 00 and all kinds of Building Material Sole ARtnti for 48 I CATTLE flood to extra shipping Light shipping Rest Butchers Medium to good butcher 11003 S25 Choice packing and butchers 5 20 Fair to good 6 50 Roughs Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under4 76 flood to extra shipping Fair to good LAM IIS Good to extra spring good Fair to 25 3 75 3 65 3 25 5 5 6 5 Homostoad Fertilizere and Troy Bono Meal 1018 10 35 10 48 10 69 1100 1114 1119 1153am 1212pm 1222 1231 1238 12 42 12 SI Iman Hawesvllle letrle Falcon Cayce Lewftport Towers Pates Owentboro Mattingly 1033 10 25 10 20 1011 10 00 10 Ul 9 48 9 45 630 614 6tltl 667 662 6 45 6 5 6 6 40 3il 24 21 93J 922 914 609 469 4 51 4 45 4 42 4 36 4 20 4 08 4 01 3 47 3 41 3 37 9 08 9 04 8 68 8 40 02 64 61 7 43 8 7 7 7 5 825 815 Griffith 1125 11 40 25 75 00 Orders accompanied with the cash promptlv Ailed 330 3 23 316 1163pm 114 las ctts 719 310 1210 un 1 3Upm arHendersn lv 706am 2 65pm 3d 1250 67 1145 108 Worthlnfc ton Heads Spottsville Stanley 7 27 SHEEP LouisvIUejHadfnsburg TAKING Wcstltound Trains Western JULY 2 75 1 80 4 50 2 5i 3 25 2 60 75 i 00 4 fU No 3 TIME TABLE Mm M E Stonewall Teim A Helpless Invalid Kldnoy and Liver Troublo and Norvous Debility 16 Yenra of Buffering Ended by Co Lowell Mass Hood The effect ot Hoods Harsaparllla In my cue have been truly marvelous It far lurpaiies any other medicine I have ever taken For It years I was troubled with torpid liver kidney trouble and nervous debility and was aI Taking Hoods A Helpless Invalid I have been taking Hodei Sarsaparllbt for three months and I eel that I am cureU I feel better now than I have for sixteen years I thank Co Uod first for ray health and C I Hood I have reeoai- eeoud fur Hoods Uarsuparllla ot BMiHtai It to all my aelgaber and them are using Hoods liarsaMrllta with seen aid HoodssCures wfal am mwk WMe KM Imc WAUKtowwMTi - sow teMwttijr Heeds aver twi UowsU up and iu her en thusiasm grasped his hand to lead him Raymond lifted the to her brothor hand gallantly to his lips then playful- Â¬ ly held hor arms whilo reheating hor with mock forco that was uot displeas ing know tho wny and you stay right hero 1 cuu manage him better alone He went to Mortimers room In cheery voico saluted him nnd after n conversation of half an hours duration convinced him thut ho ought to go to Denver Youll bo up again tomorrow wns Raymonds advice and do notoxort Husband your energies for yourself tho journey and remain inside until all the preparations aro mado Mortimer wus so nsed to obeying tho will and wishes of this man that ho made no further objections he Inquired What does Inez think Shes worried lest yon may uot to Your physician 1 understand for I met him yesterday and talked to him oa the aubjoet counseled you some Hue ago but you did not follow hU ad Â¬ vice and instruction Ill call upon hi in on my way back and Bend him to Â¬ Â¬ posed Sho had started SPEEDY nml LASTING RESULTS XFAT PEOPLE V tnO liME ABD0UI1I3 BMUCtD i Wa CUAIIANTEC a CURE or refund jour money huttla Send 4c Of treatise rlru 1300 UIIMONT MEDICAL CO llustun Mua 1 rJ from any 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- v THEl BnmCKRiStRlDGm McQUADY Mrs Allle Ilinton is still quite 111 Farmers nro about through planting corn Jollys Station Is p booming Uttlo place Dr Parch was on the sick list last week Mrs Horace Bland is very ill at this yb MRi DLOVmOfiLlS Â¬ ttV BreckeKridge SIROCCO News 1801 WEDNESDAY MAY 9 tlon Oh no but shouting the battle cry of modern sanctlilcation he will rut them down in order to get them out of tbo way to hocan get to tbo better scalp EKRON Items art scarce this week R H Dowell went to IhmiIsvIIIu Mon day Rev Judpon Wlllett of Buck Grove was in town Wednesday Dr J Max Wlllett returned from Bowling Green last week Miss Lydla Guodry who has been III for sometime is no better Hon Giis W Richardson returned to Louisville Thursday night Dr Dngan mid llttlo daughter return Â¬ ed to Loulsvlllo Thursday Mr Joe Sanders and Richard Dowell Jr went to Hardlnsburg Friday Mrs T L Board and daughter Miss Lillle were in town visiting Monday Tho pretty weather has put all the farmers to their plows and corn planters Miss Mamie Daugherty made a flying visit to Brandenburg Saturday evening MissMattlo Hamilton of Brandenburg 1b visiting her aunt Mis Richardson near Ekron Mrs I N Neafus and Mrs Lon Neafus returned from a visit to relatives in Lou- Â¬ isville Monday Remember Browns excursion to Lou- Â¬ isville Saturday May 20 Only 100 for tbo round trip D S Roberts 8r and Thomas Roberts went to Stlthton last Thursday to attend a missionary meeting Prof Sanders on account of n slight illness dismissed bis school lust Wedne day for the week Ho will resume Mon Â¬ day Miss Edith Montgomery who has been visiting Miss Mattlu and Jennlo Roberts returned to her home in Louisville Mon day Mr J K Bramlett J T Mossey T Jnmes and Chas Anderson are out near Garrett building a resldenco for Mr J M Tlndell Virgo Kosey who outraged and old colored woman eighty years old in Bran denburg last fall was sent to the peiil tentary for twenty years last- week On last Thursday Miss Itunu Shackletto gnvo a dining to her many friends in honor of Miss Montgomery of Louisville On Friday MIbs Lillle May bhacklcttc entertained for tho samo purpose Baring a few ups and downs they all report a good time Â¬ Â¬ - H Our farmers are about through plant- Â¬ ing corn Clarence Board says he prefers a Bell to all other music Tbo infant son of Mr and Mrs M Compton is ill at this writing Miss Susie Richardson BjKint Saturday and Sunday with Miss Lydia Mucy Miss Mary McCoy of Irvlngton at- Â¬ tended Sunday School here Sunday Rev II C Hook preached a funeral at Pleasant Grove to a large crowd Sunday Wo will have preaching at our taber- Â¬ nacle the third Saturday night in this month Remember Browns excursion to Iou isvllle Saturday May 20 Only 100 for tho round trip Mr A A Richardson was heord sing- Â¬ ing in Garfield last Saturday morniug Farewell false girl Misses Mollie and Iva Board of Cus- Â¬ ter were visiting their aunt Mrs Fan Â¬ nie Board last week Mr James Holder of Skillman came Friday to accompany Miss Lctitia Fry miro home She will return Monday Mr Amos Board and Miss Eva Hen sley of Hardlnsburg were the guests of Misses Nannie and Katio Board Sunday Misses Nannie and Katie Board enter- Â¬ tained a crowd Friday night in honor of There was a laughing devil In hli sneer theirgucsts Mr James Holder and Miss That raised emotions both of rage and fear Letitia Frymire And when his frown of hatred darkly fell Hope withering fled and Mercy sighed Wo have n splendid Sunday School farewell organized at our Tabernacle Tho super Â¬ Brother Willie dont you think there intendent being Rev M P Compton was a laughing devil in your sneer when who will make it very interesting for our you called me a poor little what was it young people Ha ha ha Could you have stood up there that night before the people and There is nothing I have ever used for slapping your hands on your breast cried muscular rheumatism that gives mo as Ive goter brother Argabright Ive much relief as Chamberlains Pain Balm goter as you did in tho meeting house does I havo been using it for about just across the rood two years four bottles in all as occasion I looked for him to attempt to give us required and always keep a bottle of it some pointers on tho Vine but the in my home I believe I know a good Lords Prayer was such a mouthful ho thing when I get bold of it and Pain had no room for anything else One Balm is the best liniment I have ever would infer from tbo theosophist version met with W B Denny duirjman of the Lords Prayer that It was only in Â¬ New Lexington Ohio 50 cent bottles tended for the benefit of u chosen few of for sale by A It Fisher Cloverport Ky the people of ancient days According and Kincheloe Meador it Co Harding to his theory of this prayer tho bible was burg Ky intended for tho ancients only and wo ROSELAND are not in it a little bit But I want to tell you all that Brother Willie and Sis- Â¬ Beautiful summer Is hero ter Babbler and Sister Babblers parents Fishing is all tho go just now and grand parents will all cotno to tho conclusion by tho time that Sirocco is The wboat crop is looking very well done with them that modern sactlflca Many farmers are through planting tlonista are not in it and they will bo corn preaching a different doctrine or else Prayer meetings have Ftoppod in this preparing to migrate to a country where vicinity people aro still basking in tho sunshine J T Bracher is recovering from his of ignorance Bo it understood that Sirocco is in it sickness Fruit will fall short In this vicinity and will wear the belt when tho strug Â¬ this year gle comes to an een Thrice Is he armed who hath his quarrel J L Rhodes returned from Evansvllle Just last Saturday And he but naked though locked up In steel Tlioro was a marriage at St Anthonys with Injustice Is cor Â¬ Whose conscience rupted church Monday Twos a custom among the ancients Thcro will bo church at Long Lick when waging war against a certain na Â¬ next Thursday su- Â¬ tion of people who wero extremely Little Ruth the daughter of Mr Jno perstitious to gather together as many Rhodes got her foot Beverly cut last cats as they could get hold of and when they were ready for an attack on tho Thursday enemy drive the feline squad beforu tbo WOODBURY advanco guard Their manner of pro enFarmorsare planting corn ceeduro worked like a charm Tho We aro having some pretty weather emy dared not shoot into the ranks of tho opposing forces for fear of killing a now Tie making Is all tho go at this place cat It seems liko tbo modern eanctlflca now Mr John Cowon went to Bowling tlonista are trying to work the same plan on Sirocco but Sirocco Is not at all su Â¬ Green last week Mr J 0 Wilson of Cromwell was at perstitious With all doferonco duo to tho fair sox and though ioady and will Â¬ this pluco but week Miss Minerva Phelps Is visiting her ing at any timo to wield a sword in any ladya cause ho cannot stand idly by rolatvles near this place James Clark and Henry Wilson have while husbands and fathers force their wives and daughters upon him givo returned home on a visit Mr Harbin the general tie inspector them sticks to crack his bead with using them as a shield for their own protcc- - was at our service last week Mr John Rhodes of Glendeane paid a visit to this place last week Mr J A Matthews of Qleudeane is on Green River tie making now Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla Mr 0 A Whitworth of Glondeane is tie making near this place at present Wfcaa Bbf u fiek w tY be CuterU Mr J M Phelps and daughter took a Wfca ttw ww CblU tba orUd Ut Cuter trip to Bowllug Green last week trading WbtatbcUMSMVlHtUehuisloOutorU Mr J A Lawrence of Glendeane has moved near this place to make cross Whtislii1ChH4rMihtTMsaCMtori4i ties Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ My dreams of Into aro of u disturbing nature visions of a meeting bouse lamps flashing in my faro while the dulcet sound of a masculine voice as be sweetly wnrblea In the cnr of bis better half Tbero is Sirocco my darling nrnt lio a daisy I 0 Frego Iayncsvllle is agent for Plucnlx Tarnado and Lifo Insurance Tlio smith Company Hartford Conn was solicited to make an independent race for the ofllco of justice of the peace against D K Haynes tbo Democratic But hoVer nomlnco In District No A man with a great deal of forethought and thinks a great deal of the post also Ho has a penetrating mind that pene Â¬ trates into the dim vista of tbo near fu Â¬ ture and sees no pio in store for him So he concluded to turn his attention to poultry raising together with tbo insurance business and blacksuilthing He wanted me to give him a send oT in the way of an advertisement and Ive dene tbo best I could with tbo material I had to work Ha ha ha Turn about is fair play old man You was shooting it to me the other day about the Dem- Â¬ ocrats and turned right around and asked me to give you an ad Call again Reader did you ever beard the lion In his den the Douglas in his ball 7 1 Twos tbo night of the 16th of did April Ill tell you how it happened Having heard that an expounderof the Presbyterian persuasion was holding a meeting at Cold Spring I ventured forth hoping to hear an Intercstingscrmon and if possible to gather somo items for the News Imagine my surprise on en- Â¬ tering the school house where the meet Â¬ ing was being held to see standing upon the rostrum bible in band one of the principals of tho lato Cold Spring trouble When I noiselessly intored the crowded bouse bo looked up from bis book at mo as though prompted by intuition seem ing to be cognizant of tho fact tlint Sirocco was ontering When our eyes met a cynic al smile passed over his face and I knew right then that the timo of retribution was close at hand I looked around for but could see no tho Ilock of Ages fissure sufficient to hide myself in al- Â¬ though there were mountains of rock reaching clear to tho river His scrutiny was of only momentary duration bis eyes returned to the book he held be finished reading bis text which contain- Â¬ ed tho following passage Leave the ninety and nine and go after tho one that has gone astray Ho then olTered prayer to Almighty God asking Him to direct his speech that night after which he culled upon the congregation to sing Ho then took tho Lords 1royer for n text never re fering to his first toxt a Bingle time and jumpped onto me with both feet as some of the audience expressed it and left the house that night happy in the thought and even boasting of having squelched Sirocco Hut ho never fazed her She lives she breathes and shes going to get there dont you forget it Â¬ and when tboy have been laid in the dust by tbo destructive winds of Sirocco then let tho mascullno expounders of modern sanctlflcntlon stand forth in all their glory and se how long they will withstand the contest Sirocco is no Patroclus clad in tho armor of Achilles ho n 111 provo himself a vcritablo Achilles by tho timo this war is over Sue if ho dont for they shall gnaw a lite and flee to the mount- Â¬ ains of Cold Spring where tho lion roaretb and the wang doodlo mourneth for its first born turn loose Fetch on another boss another broadside throw your red hot lead into Sirocco Shes splleu to lick somebody Hop to her you are cow- Â¬ ards hypocrita hoodlums Gee whizl is there nothing I can say that will in duco you to spunk up Arnt you got no prido no self resject I dog dare you just to sneeze even 0 shoot there I know it all tit is nothing in them the start Let tbo curtain drop then on an unfinished scene Tell the world that you throw down tho gauntlet yourselves and when it was taken up you refused to fight You can bounce a fellow in a back Â¬ woods scboolbouse but when it comes to on open field whore the eyes of the world are upon you you vo got business somewhere etso You liavnt got tho nervu to stand up and light Shame on youyou are cowards War on scrofula and every form of impure blood is boldly declared by Hoods Sarsaparilla tho great conqueror of all blood diseases Important Announcement TO THE KRADEK3 OF - V writing Mrs Horace Bland has been quite sick for tbo past week Wo bad a nice party at Win Franks THE BEEOKENRIDGE NEWS Wo lmvo mndo arnwgoments with tho publishers of GARFIELD last Saturday night II T Bland had a horso to die with dlstenfpcr lastweek Mr Wright and wifo visited Mrs Joe DcJernctto last Sunday Miss Magglo Beavin visited relatives at Jollys Station last week Mr Dan Rush and wifo visited the Widow Bryant last Sunday Tbero will bo preaching on Sand Knob tbo ltd Sunday in May Mr John Ta ill was the guest of Miss Cornelia Barbee last Sunday Mr John Jarboe of HardiDsburg was tbo guest of Miss Clara Crews Saturday and Sunday Miss Fine McGary who is teaching school at Sulphur Spilng was at home Sunday week Mrs Mary Alvey and daughter were the guests of Mrs Lizzlo Patterson one day last week Misses Illlio mid Stlliu Jolly visited Misses Kttu and Kato Shrewsherry of Kirk last week Messrs Crews und Ball went to Kirk Look out or tho on Important business Lion will beat you Tho funeral of Mrs Win Bowman will bo preached at Corinth the 2nd Sunday in May by Bro Haynes Tho boys and girls aro anticipating a big time tho ilrd Saturday in May which they will spend at the Falls fishing Misses Juda and Cube Ball of Clover Creek wero guests of Misses Jennie and Maggio McGary one night last week Messrs Chas Miller John Lyons Sr Robt McGary and Miss Daisy Miller wero tbo guests of Miss Ilila Lyons Sun day week Misses Lulu DcIernette Lucy Squires Maggio and Kliza Squires of New Bethel were guests of their mint Mrs Mollie DeJernetto the Urd Sunday Misses Lida Lyons Iela Jolly and Messrs Nelson Jolly Jr John and For Â¬ rest Lyons attended tho Lyons Skill man nuptials near llardiiishurg tho J lth Misses Gertio WIIfoii Flora DeIer nette ami Messrs John Lyons Jr Henry Elmore Virgo Wilson and Thomas Mil- Â¬ ler spent the afternoon as guests of Misses Lola and Nina Jolly Sunday A gay crowd spent the afternoon with Miss Flora DeJernetto 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Â¬ day Mrs Geo Shumate and daughter Miss Lena were tbo guesta of Mrs W P Shumate last Thursday W P Shumate of this place is mov- Â¬ ing his saw mill to Irvlngton where he will begin work in a few days Mrs Sarah B Shacklctt who hits been quite ill for the past few weeks I am glad to Bay is muclt improved at this writing As I havo been a sllont reader and ad- Â¬ mirer of the Nkws for a good long while I thought I would scratch down a few Items from this qulot llttlo village more commonly known as Meadovllle O SAMANTHA at the WORLDS FAIR tviirt 00000 COPIES Samantha josian Alien- mw Book IN SOLD LESS THAN selling 700 pages over 100 Illustrations FVrvhni4v urinto handsome binding I YOU CAN MAKE MORE MONEY than In Any Other Way MMTSWIMTFD mm 9 TUB work VITW4T Royal the guest Germetuer As a Norvo Tranquillizer and Tonio it novor has boon oqunllod Dr L D Collins Goldthwaite Tox boys of it It is the finest Nerve Trunquillizor I havo ovor usod Mrs Cynthia Keys of Cloverpprt was of Mrs J M Shellman last week Miss Carrie Shellman entertained n THH N Q on itiT ay home aboui8 iquarct It goe like hot catcet Took eventeen ordcrt ilill I II mnrnlnf Thlrttfina nnma ttmLn Th tttk nlli Itnlf Itut en vittl It lrlc t by mail or through aeenn Cloih ISN Half w iiihiihu iviici iubiii ouini I n ItW i Ms ui MgcUB unif H uiuiioq copies suroio nc ST i salt Will aell all litis year Good live Vj rfjl VX agents earn V 10 lino per week Wrfto at onre for tcrmito aeents EaniaUut HttU li r fttaE f V kn aWHeV H 1 liJr II ft 1 o m rw HAMILTON PUBLISHING CO 503 AROADH ui v O OLBVELAND J 0 DOUHNE J M I1AIIPKK DANIEL BHOOKd L 0 Coulson Doputy Ciork JockBon county Ala says I commend it for Norvousncss above anything I havo ever tried Geo W Armutoad Ed Tho Issue Nashvillo Tonn says Gormotuor is an invaluablo Builder and Invijorator of the Nerve Forcos Hon G IV Sandorlln Ex Auditor N C now 8d Auditor Washington D 0 says I have novor found a hotter Norvo Tonio and Gonoral Invigorator Contains no Bromides Co-Â¬ caine Chloral or othor inju Â¬ rious drugs Always sufo for all ages and soxos 1 6 for 5 Sold by druggists Manufd only by Kings lloynl Germetuer Co Atlanta Ga little crowd last Sunduy Miss Amy Kroush was the guest of Mrs Llshea Krousli lust week Miss Lizzie Cluycomb was tho guest of her uncle August Dutschko lust week Madam Humor says there Is to bo a wedding soon I hopo alio is nut mistaken Fishing is tho amusomeut for tho boys and mou at present Â¬ BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP LONG BRANCH News is scarce at this place is tho faimersaru very busy planting corn BOURBON Mis Frank Ditto of llrandenburg spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs A While MrT J Rlchey of Altona Ditto Mo was traveling in Kansas ho was Mis J II Sullivan of Louisville is taken violently 111 with cholera morbus expected at this place next week to visit He called at a drug Btoro to get some her parents Mr and Mrs W L Dooley medicine and tho druggist lccommended Miss feljla MgJehee spent Saturday Colic Chamberlains Cholera and and Sunday in Drandenburg the guett of Diarrheal Remedy so highly he con Miw tfertlta Lewis eluded to try it The result was im Â¬ Mrs Y L Dooley is very sick at this mediate relief and a tew deeee cured writlHg him completely It is made for bowel Diet Ditto of Brandenburg spent sev Â¬ complaints and nothing else It never falls For sale by A R Fiaher Clover Â¬ eral days last week at this place port Ky and Klaclieloe Meador tyr Httwry JtAwlimn baa returned Co Ilardiaeburg Ky any longer bww deciding not to STOCK YARDS RATES LOUISVILI KY JM ih V Bsasfian 3StipreHo uisvuleKy opritchey CBeaie I WJHU SFJ ij t la S wv i t M WL ifc a V f i 1 i ft 4 iili fr u 4- - T r ijleiv t The residence bf Mrs ElljabelliEdulrfcs BZ35X5gQ5SnZKffi3tBVm Childrens shoes -- till t Ulors -J- tilzero llear iliiymond hiirned last Sunday William Habile of Loulsvlllu Ifl in thu while the family were rtl church Mrs Squires is a Very old lildy and while her city loss Is considerable she fortunately has Light wviuht shoes for spring wear enough of this worlds goods left to live Sulzers comfortably thu remainder of her days Now wall paper this week af T F The heaviest rain Hint has fallen in Sawyers of house cleaniug have come this vicinity fur years cauio last Sunday Swivel silks fur spring and summer afternoon By night Clover creek was wear Sulzers running out rapidly and tho Taul boys Wall paper 2 cents single toll at T who had about 150 logs up tho creek V Sawyers ready for rafting kept n force of men on Ladiefl inspect our stock of dress watch all night catching the logs as they to the married man because his came out goods Sulzera homo Is all broken up SWKKT I will have POTATO nANTS Plaii and fancy waists all tho go see alniut I 0O0 or 15000 sweol potato plants our line Sulzers MOST PERFECT MADE to offer for sale this month nnd all per Special bargains in sailors at Miller A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free sons standing in need of them will Lightfoots Saturday lorn Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant pleaso leavo their orders with Bowmer New lino of ladles and gents light 40 YEARS THE STANDARD Son nnd they will be filled at the ear Would bo of shorter duration If tho weight oxfords Sulzers liest ditto possible Plants ready now household comprised somo of the bRECKENRIDGE 1NEWS Mr Stuart Fincli died at Ills home in for setting C P Polk Labor savers which Sulzers have on Tobinsport Sunday morning Mr M M Gilmore of the riding gal- Â¬ special sale at this season of tho year WEDNESDAY MAY 0 1894 Such is tho stock of Ready made Clothing of Homo Now arrivals springs latest designs in lery has sent his organ to Now York to genta and ladies ties Sulzers have an additional cylinder made for it LOCAL BREVITIES Tho City Council met Monday night which will produco ten more tunes Ho Manufacture Offered by will then be able to produco twenty dif Â¬ and adopted tho new ordinances Ico cream uvcry day at tlio City Bakery He will The most stylish trimmer in tho city ferent tunes on the instrument Fancy striped and plain ducking Sul Â¬ begin tho season in a couplo of weeks at you will find at Miller Lightfoots Carpet Stretchers Lace Curtain zers Leavenworth Ind Examine tho label on your paper Stretchers Step Ladders Window All kinds of cool drinks at tlio City Wo clip the Allowing from tho War Â¬ Renew your subscriptions promptly Bon Ami Cleaners Mops and Bakery saw 111 Pilot Albert Lisbon former- Â¬ Brushes Tack Hammers and dozens Itev Rutledgo preached at Goshen ly of this city has purchased tho saloon See our window displays this week S ECornorThinl and Market Sts Louisville Ky of helpers these almost given away church last Sunday and hero at night property at Hamilton owned by Popel Sulzers Have your prescriptions compounded Oilier and took posesslon Wednesday Ed Whitehead of Rome is plastering by Chas Martin Druggist and Pharma Albert has many friends in this city who the Catholic parsonage cist wish htm success in his business vent- Â¬ Teachers remember tho Cloverport The dancing Bchool being conducted ure Albert Lishen has many friends Normal begins Juno 11 ROCK LICK IT KILLED HIM by Miss LaFuyetto Lalleist is progress- Â¬ In Cloverport alsowho wish him well You will bo in tho push with ono of ing nicely Mr Kdwnrd Wheatley is on tho sick Garden Hoes and Garded Hoso Father Neihaus has rented the La our now ties on Sulzers list Bakes Spadef and Shovols and Examine our fancy line of gents lleist park and will givo a big picnic on MrJuhn Asklijs Is quite ill at this writ- Â¬ Tho Cloverport Normal will bo a vig- Â¬ fancy shoes see our stock get our tho Fourth of July for tho benefit of tho Billy Tonkinson Died From the Efsmall Garden Implements of all ing fects of His Injuries Last kinds at prices within reach orous term of honest work In prices Sulzers Catholic building fund This will no Mrs John Owen is quite ill at this fact a most complete lino of Hard Â¬ C F Mattingly has sold his pool table Saturday Dr Sam Ilambleton caught tho nicest doubt be tho largest affair of tho kind writing ware Specialties to a party In Rockport Ind string of bass of tho season up Clover that ever occurred in Cloverport The Miss Nannie Green is visiting friends of the CloBilly Tonkinson foreman Catholics nover do anything by halves Leave your orders for ico cream and creek one day last week at Rock Vale shorbert at Riedel Cos Wick Dellaven fireman on tho and extra efforts will bo mado this time verport brick works who was injured Mr James Wheatley has a very badly caught in tho last Tuesday by being Something to tie too see our display Branch is laying off a few days and is to make it a crowning success sprained ankle n Tho news isnt always cpnfined to the machinery died at 4 oclock Saturday this week of gents ties1 Sulzers spending his time at his homo in this Miss Fannie Green is teaching n spring w sn wm ilir news columns of tho paper Frequently morning city Cream sodas lemonade milk shake school at Glendeano Tho News gavonn account last week ico cold sweet cider at Uledel Dr Burch was the guest of James and Call at Martins drug store for milk you will find tho most interesting and Cos important things In the advertising col of how he got his right arm caught in Ivo Wheatley Friday Springs latest weaves styles and artis- Â¬ shake lemonado ginger ale club soda the spokes of the main pulley to the Miss Clarn Day was the guest of Nel tic designs in gents and ladies ties Sul- Â¬ champagne cider and mineral water all umns Tho ads in this paper are bright brick machino and had all tho tendons fresh and interesting Read thtin all Ho Wheatloy Thursday on ice zers carefully Study them and when you sinucs arteries veins and muscles sev Â¬ Mr David Crews was the guest of J New hats and flowers Just received the Fine photographs all sizes and latest Ho come to town call on tho advertisers and ered and torn out at tho elbow A Wheatley Thursday cheapest ever brought to Cloverport novelties mado on short notico at never recovered from tho shock but mention the News Ivo Wheatley likes to goto McQuadys give us a call and be convinced Miller Knights gallery Tho bottom dropped out of tho skies died as stated above on last Saturday on Saturday and JrSv ifXi Sunday Lightfoot It is thought that he bad also Foit Kknt Two elegant rooms either down at Owcnsboro last Sunday nnd tho morning Mr M L Crews visited relatives in Dr Charlie L Soyrz died at his home whole city was flooded Tho Inquirer received internal injuries that helped furnished or unfurnished Apply to this vicinity Thursday night in Hawesvillo on Sunday tho SJth ult says It was a genuine root soaker and hasten his death Jno D Babbage Miss Clara Crews spent the week with Ho was 74 yeas of age and a native of gully washer such as wo Beo in theso Funeral services wero held in tho Kim Sweet potato plants are now ready for her cousin Kmma Wheatley parts but seldom in n life time In a few street Methodist church conducted by delivery at Fishers drug store Call and Marietta Ohio Miss Colin Robertson visited Misses For pure drugs medicines also drug- Â¬ minutes tho low places wero covered Rev S G Shelly Sunday afternoon leave your orders Wo now have our Spring Stock of Furniture Maud and Bettio Day Sunday gists sundres call on Chas Martin pre- Â¬ with water and in many parts of tho city after which the remains were interred Greuory Co report a fine business and it is by far the handsomest in the Miss Frankie Wheatley is visiting her scription druggist and pharmacist next tho streets looked like creeks on a regu- In tbo City Cemetery county on the levy last week Tlioysayit was door to Payne Co Tonkinson was an Knglishman and nunt Mis Fannie Mattingly of Long lar boom like old times again Lick Mr John F Summers delivered an was ono of the old hands at the Clover-Â¬ Remember Browns excursion to Lou- Â¬ Mr J T Skillman has sold his beauti- Â¬ interesting lecture in the Presbyterian RHODELIA port brick works having been employed isville Saturday May JO Only 100 for ful home in this city to Dr S S Wat church for tho benefit of tho building over since tho works wero started the round trip there kius Price 3 150 cash MissSusio Burch was tho guestof Miss Ho was n good man and n faithful and fund Monday night Mr David Wheatley of McQuadv of overy description nnd all varieties Sam Baker has bought bis old place Dont fail to buy a ticket from our Etta Allen lost Sunday evening trusted employe Ho has received sev was tho Kitest of his brother W I Misses Blanch Frymlre and Lena Gilli eral promotions and about a year ago ho Wheatley Sunday back at Patesville and will proceed im- Â¬ agent which entitles you to U beautiful Misses Clara Crows and Kmma AVheat land wero in town shopping Monday mediately to build a new house crayon portrait of yourself or friends got tho position of general foreman of Mr Allen Roberts paid a flying visit to tho works which placo ho filled with ley v ere the guests of Misses BettieMaud W O Allen hai a new Columbia bicy Â¬ C L Knight Cloverport and Clara Day Thursday All the brick plants in Cloverport aro his mother last week eurouto to Detroit general satisfaction up to the time of cle and hes glad of the chanco to deliv- Â¬ Messers Jim Bert nnd Lnureneo Day in Oak and Walnut upholstered in plush Mich now running and making brick tho Ac tho fatal accident er a message in tho West end now John Askius jr Ivo Wheatley nnd Wil and Brussels Sam Roberts and wife paid a fly- Â¬ Mr He was about thirty five years of age ho Moorman went fishing Wednesday Sir and Mrs Zirkel were called to mo was tho last to resumo operations ing visit to relatives in West Viow last and lof a wi0 n1l two small children nnd Thursday mid thoy seem to bo sad sho started up Monday West Virginia last week because of the but No fish Mr W W Watts of Loulsvillo was in week Ho also has a younger brother here serious illness of Mrs Zirkels mother As I never see any thing from our lit- Â¬ who has been over from England only a city on legal business last week Ho tho Mrs C P Babbage went to Louisville combined a llttlo sport by putting in ono tle town I shall break tho silenco by a fow weeks with French mirror on both wasbstand and yesterday to be present at tho perform- Â¬ few scared up items day fishing up Clover creek dresser ance of a surgical operation on her son Miss Cora Brown was tbo guest of tho Thos L Wroo attended tho Sunday PERSONAL Pitta School Convention over at Tobinsport Misses Barger last Saturday and Sunday - Who aro tho Knighta of Honor What last Sunday Ho says he was royally en- Â¬ and reports qui to u pleasant time Mrs W II Bowmer went to Holt yesis their mission hero on earth When ever you feel just a llttlo blue Hear A tertained by those good people terday boys just como to tho Flats and I will in Â¬ J Hess at tho Baptist church Friday Our elllclent postmistress had men at Are the Uest Mr P Fraize went to Lonisvillo yes of overy style night work last week doing tho house cleaning sure you a social and a jolly timo terday Get Catalogue Quite a happy and entertaining crowd W S Ash by tho enterprising propri- Â¬ act and things now look as bright as a Mrs Rutledgo is visiting in Bowling of llttlo ladies and gentlemen left our etor of tho Highland Nursery shipped new pin about that establishment Green llttlo town Su day evening enrouteto a Service looks cost aro somo of tho the first strawberries of the season from Miss Letitia Hall returned to Webster this city yesterday essential points in our clothing Hand social with as many crooks nnd twists in the legs Sunday Mr Thomas Rhodes has returned from as you will find anywhere Agent If you are going to paint either your somer more stylish and bettor tailored Ed Tobin of Hardinsburg was in tho bouse or your buggy this spring it will jlothlng was never offered than wo offer Owcnsboro to his old stand in Rhodelia city Friday pay you to buy your paints from J Max you this week for spring wear Sulzers where ho has enlarged tho store and do Â¬ Judge Bush of Hawesvillo was in tho Notice 135000 Knighta of Honor banded to- Â¬ ing a fine business Wlllett Ekron Ky The corporation partnerihln heretofore exist city yesterday In between Murlul I Drake uml W H ami Little Miss Liddlo Roberta spent tho L B Helm of Stephensport was in Agnes T II llrownof Irlnirtoii Ky If here Tho funerals of Mrs John B Jolly and gether to protect their widows and week with her aunt Bettio Roberta the city Saturday and an assortment of Spring Wire and Cot- Â¬ A christian by illitohcil organization Mahsiial Drahe Mrs Lorenzo D Dowell will bo preached orphans May7thiSi ton Mattresses Dont forget us when you for charity Hear tho splendid orator While thero sho was mado tho happy Miss Flora Ryan was tho guest of Miss atSamplo tho 3rd Sunday in May at get ready to buy A J Hess at tho Baptist church Friday recipient of a fine organ Maggio Farber Friday 11 oclock by Rev W B Sneed Dissolution Notice Mrs Mary Brown was the guest of night Geo W Wincholl of Tobinsbort went Thc firin name of M Mejcr V Co of llurai Use star amonia for cleaning your Tho White Rag restaurant caught Mrs Strock Barger one day last week I to Owensboro Saturday Ky have this day by mutual content dliiolveil Very Respectfully house it removes the dirt removes fire last rurtnerthln H I McUuilin retiring from the Wednesday evening from a gas know every member of tho family but Dr S V Parks formerly of Clifton buslnent M Meyer retaining the huilneti and odors kills ants and bugs and makes will continue tame under the old linn name of Jot and before it was discovered tho especially Mrs Barger wero well enter Mills has moved to Webster M Meyer Co house cleaning a pleasure Sulzers flames were coming out of tho kitch- tained ttmt uayas Airs urown is so very iven under our hands thin May the 4th lSc Chap Watlien was a passenger on tho BF All the common school branches will en roof Tho town was saved again by talkative lltllK east bound train Friday evening It I McGlFKIN bo reviewed at tho Cloverport Normal quick and hard work As items aro scarce I shall try to bo Tn mv old friendi and cuitomeri I wish to ex Mrs J L Moorman and Mrs JC Jar tend to them my gratitude and thanka for their and every one whether far advanced or Hardinsburg Ky It wont cost you any thing to hear tho useful by writing you a llttlo recipe boo wont to Loulsvillo yesterday long patronage and fuvorj shown me during just beginning will find bis wants met my connection with the and Knights of Honor lecture Friday night which I think is very profitable for those Willlo Hall camo down from Webster on retiring from same I above named hrm firm recouimcd the new Jack Walker who has been sick for Cloverport has a llttlo band of this noble that need it Tako of good nature ono last week and spent several days here to them lik that they patronle lame In my be Â¬ Very Keinectfully half ounce of an herb called by the Indians some time died of consumption last Fri Â¬ order give them n show go out and 11 Miss Maxio Bandy of Shtloh is tho I MUJUKHN Mind your own business ono ounce guest of her sistor Mrs Clayton Crosson day night Ho was buried in tho Cuth hear what A J Hess has to say about Since buying the interest of It I McGufli in buy a com mix this with a little Charity for oth Â¬ oliu Cemetery at Hardinsburg on Sun- Â¬ this order Friday night Kd Hlner has quit the bridge gang and our arinernii nave uecioeii tothe business plete line of goods and continue Milt Miller of Sample was in town ers and two or threo sprigs of Keep returned to his home near Stephensport and being able to buy for spot cash and In con day sldcratlan of these times I invite you to Mr Ed Conner and Miss Katio May come this week and hard what bargains I have In sim Â¬ Mr Miller has gone into your tongue betwoen your teeth see Ladies insist on your husbands taking last Saturday I heartily thank all of Cannelton were in tho city Saturday store tor every customer you out to hear tho Knights of Honor tho mercantile business at his place mer them together in a vessel called their Mrs Mahala Keonan of Tar Fork was of our old friends and customers fordculing many If you havo wool to soil bring it to us and got tho top market prices for Circumspection for a short time and favors shown us and by straight and free lecture by the Rev A J Hess having bought out the interest of Mrs I to be it Wo will treat you fair wo will soil you goods at tho will bo fit for use Application Tlio tho guest of Mrs U Farber Wednesday low prices hope Very favored with a continu Seaton in tho firm of Mattingly Seaton it ance of same llcspectfully grand reporter of the K of II for tho J E Monarch County M MSYEM lowest and givo you tho highest prieoa for our wool symptoms aro a violont thing in the Hardinsburg wns hero on Court Clerk firm now is Mattingly The Miller Stato of Kentucky business yes Gill Roth has sold ono half interest in tongue and roof of tho mouthwhch in Â¬ terday NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Mr F J Ferry has tondered his res- Â¬ variably takes placo when you aro in Mr John Richards of Cannelton Ind Sealed bids will be received for tho erection ignation as manager of the Cloverport his nowly Invented and patented gaso- Â¬ company with a species of animals 1 arbor and building of the ht Koio Catholic Church called was tbo guest of Miss Maggio Brick Plant Tho Machine Shops Brick line engine for 10000 Tho works for gossips When you feel a fit of Cloverport Ky according to plans and spcclri it com- Â¬ Sunday manufacturing them aro established at cations on file at the temporary church School Board and a Steward in the Plant John C Wllkersou of the Falls City bids to be In by 5 p m May lath St KachThe bid ing on tako a tea spoon full of tho mix Â¬ Tho many friends of be Methodist church he saypts alltllu mora Terra Haute Ind Warehouse Louisville was hero last toTheaccompanied by a bond of 150000 laitor and Committee reserve the right to Mr Roth in Cloverport are glad to boo ture hold it In your mouth which you Sunday reject one and all bids than he ran manage and do all Justice that the dream of Oil his life is about to bo will keep closely shut tl 11 you get home Mrs Christ Bust and sister of Steph- Â¬ UKV GICOltOK MKIIAV3 1astor and you will find a complete cure Mr John C Solomon arrived from realized ensport were In the city shopping last you apprehend a relapse keop a Should New Cumberland W Va last week EXCHANGE Hon D II Sevors of Honderson was small bottle about you and on thu slight Â¬ Saturday and will be the bead burner at the Acme in tho city last Friday From Mr and Mrs T W leer of Stanford A house and lot situated In tho center oi the est symptom repeat tho tloso all reports Ky town Lot 8ox feet with a Goods Ho burned Mr Severs is the best claim are tho guests of Mrs Geers sistor Mrs one of Irvingtonbusiness house Brick Works this season adjustor in story frame 16140 feet glass W G Smart tor Patton last year and Is a good man tho state His routes lay over the O Will cxchuuue the same for tront thereon V arm laud bor particulars call on or address Morris Beard and Dr Milton Board at the business road from Henderson to Hopklnsville C K MATTINOIY Cloverport Ky of Hardinsburg wero visiting in this city Mr John Burns Superintendent of the over the L St L T from Henderson last Thursday night Elm street Sunday school gave an excel- Â¬ to West Point and oyer the L II show Doplotod Blood poor Walter Smart came up from Owons W boro lost Saturday night and spent Sun Â¬ lent review of the life of Joseph In his from Irvington to Fordsvllle nourishment day with his parents talk lost Sunday His blackboard exer Â¬ Deputy Shorlff Clark of Hancock bad Thoy aro signs of Mrs 11x11 Ditzonbacli spent last weok cises are very instructive and entertain Â¬ county came to Cloverport yesterday visiting relatives in Louisville return- Â¬ Amomla ing to both teachers and pupils rnorniug to procure the assistance of Den- ing home Sunday night Wo have an immense stock of goods and we want to soil sonioof them now Ed Gregory returned Sunday from a uty Sheriff Wroe in arresting a couplo of Mrs David W Falrlelgh of Louisville peddlers who had stolon a suit of clothes was tho guest of her sistor Mrs Jno 1 Wo want moro room In our store Como if you want to buy goods weeks visit in Louisvilloandotbercitles Bdbbago several days last weok cheap to post up on wlndowdresslng Mr Greg- Â¬ In Hancock county from Kirk Bradshaw Bomember each ono that buys 1 ono dollars Joo Mattingly ot Concordia was a worth of goods with cosh or marketing is entitled ory is getting quite a reputation as an ar-Â¬ Clark had traced the tuleven to Pisgah passenger on tho City of Owcnsboro last to a guess at tho Jar ot Pins for the elegant tist In this lino Ho is regularly employ Â¬ church where they campod Monday Sunday onrouto from Owensboro to his ed by Sulzers of this city and so hand Â¬ night Dresser Clock and Toilet set home jmmmmmmmummmmmmmr Attorney Morris Eskridre of Hardins Â¬ somely does he do bis work that photo Â¬ Remomber tho placo Dr J M Clayton who has been at tho Cream of Cod liver Oil tending lectures in Louisville camo graphs of Sulxera windows have been ta burg was hero Monday attending Judge with hypo phosphites en Â¬ down Sunday night to spend a few days He a couple of our ken and reproduced in the New York Gregorys eourt old riches the blood purifies the with hisLllllefriends Boot and Shoo Weekly aul tho Dec young attorneys out in Jbe middle of the Cooper and Miss Kmma Mlsn orator of Chicago Journals devoted to street on some attachment eases which skin cures Anremla builds May two attractive young ladles of Har MANHOOD earn up before the Jitdjw The boys thetrrd up the system Physicians the dlnsnurg were visiting frleuda in this Ky city laat Saturday and Sunday didnt know where tltey were at and It A if rairu HACK ACUKS world over endorse 1L toed fcf MtMaf Or jrwu are nil worn em MIm AUIoe Mattinely who hex ben wm quite amusing to toe them trying sir oisr iwtlosi jr Am IkftaUrrwr snssiln ui oV tiLilrriil fli ME It k utiutrai 4bllftr Tnr vieitlRg her ooulBMli Lorena Matting to recover lot ground and amend ftut Lj J t J Ly f Am 1 1 mkohTPs lmoyutTtKMS ly Long Lick returned Uobm Saturday Jtor Uw esse ww nut of eourt her couitin accompanying rru4rMHABoXY AH Highest Monon WorlJU AwiMir tnVTjnfTwil vyVgTVjh7 ilium inKiy lyMht l TnnYi n iiw au ii u i nl n r inntintiyi ri ill n- - in ma B frit Set out like bf Wraw gobda QuUers Inapproachable Bargains in Tlie MelancMy Day All wool Fabrics Select From CREAM Unrivaled Assortment to BAKING POWDER Unequaled in Style Fit and Workmanship I 11 The Saddest of the Year Â¬ Undeniably the Cheapest and Best in the City The Time of Misery JULIUS WINTER Tliere Are There Are CO I Â¬ Â¬ n rMM35fc5A sivTm Furniture I Rocking Chairs Â¬ Â¬ Folding Couches Chamber Suits Â¬ Columbia Bicycles Side Boards Â¬ TY4- Center and Stand Tables Safes with Solid Glass Fronts 1 Â¬ Beard Go Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WOOL Â¬ OurStock of Goods Consists of Carpets Cloths Rugs Straw Matting Dry Notions Shoes Pale Faces Groceries Tinware Hardware China overy thing THIS IS Glassware Scotts THE BEST Emulsion Â¬ PHOENIX Â¬ st LIME CO Stephensport NEFF KACIN tir 49s G TTSTOlsr JCY RETOIIEpiAraWK hr ASK FOR IT VilWl 1 tm iw 7 nan- y mmtwmWi 7 -l sr afnti till i trw 7 -- iU1 OLovftSpeiws itv mAw Mi4riMhiaAMMlaniHi ntf18 Srrr WiftKsKyiavta wn w tf--- wYatr eiltfft Highcstof Lcavcrtlng Powcf Latest U S Govt Rrpoit HAftblfl GftoVg IND Kteum - - assu fflyrv n nir v Tigj W Koyai A -- it aJ 1i Baking Powder ft ABSOLLTTEiy PURE Breckenridge News diseases of tho change Ho will in tho fututo travo for Ouerbacker A Co of Louisville Throat and Lungs WEDNESDAY MAY 0 1804 Ask Grcon NolTwhy ho likes Guston Prompt to act so well Ho manages that wheel so gracefully that he is sure to win somo of GUSTON Our 5 Combination Suits arc Never were such values given for ten dollars before even our fair maidens Good opinion fnvni itna with mothers the Our merchants nro doing n good bust Combination Matrimonial fever still rages In this by the Mammoth Sacks Frocks Cutaways in the advanced delight of the boys ncss now Qitilc YELLOW LAKE vicinity 0o of Evosfair daughters hnd WW tvn i- oll em becniisi withstyles that have ahvnys made us unique among the clothing Gnrdoning and house cleaning are In a malignant attack but wo aro glad to every Suit is a Coat two pair of stores of the city your choice for 10 y K Bhodes starts to Frank Let us send you one by order now say sho is convalescent at this writing xhu rants anil a iap an lor 5 Sheriff on it Itimillwl Milll llllilL linriOW mail N Helt ot Irvinpton spent Thursday Scud for Catalogue and sec this suit pictured Miss Helen Iollock tort to day Messrs Carl or deep and the Suit is made of at this place lvnglu and Jas Osborne attended tho Most of the farmers in this vicinity uenutilul gray wool nomespiin party at Jas Hendricks Sandy Hill initialled planting corn last week Health In our community was never flntli TIiik te flte rrnntest lilirrrtln Saturday night and report a good time better than now Miss Lizzie Lucas and Mr John Iut we have ever ollcrcd in our Chil Mrs Funkhouscr of Harrison county Ham woro happily united in maniagev How will the mall servieo get along Ainu dren s Clothing Department Ind is visiting her daughter Mrs C E without Charllo April 23 orders filled promptly for children Send for a box of Sox made of pure Maco yarn io guagc finc ot 4 to ij years 010 The fanners of this vicinity are about Bryant Grandma seems very proud of Mr John Ithodes returned from Ewns her little grand daughter with Spliced heels and toes in three new shades of blue color through planting corn vlllo last Friday where ho had been to Dr Ed Watkins of Hawesville was class flell his logs A J Thompson spent several days in guaranteed if 1 for box of 6 pairs worth 35c per pair stopping at Guston Hotel Friday and Misses Dora Hyde and Mamie Brashear Wo were very sorry to hear of tho Brandenburg last week Saturday He was kept busy extracting took a ride oil the n have Vnr llni 1nvillint Timlfir Pnllu City of Vevay Wed Â¬ death of our amiable little friend Mi8 B A Hardaway attended Circuit Court ever been able to offer for the money teeth He operates a new and painless nesday Sallio Bennett at uranuenburg last week with all our purchasing power anes method 1111111 Some of the farmer havo thirtr and scores 10 cuoose iroiu Miss Josephine lowis of near Kirk 4 to 14 Miss Susio Anderson spent Tuesday Charlie Patterson left for Louisvillo forty acres of corn planted orders invited while nthvtn visited her sister Mrs Adaline Rhodes We will continue to give an elegant Watch Chain with Miss Helen Pollock Friday morning This is Charlies have none last Saturday and Sunday Kov McDonald of Indiana was visitand Cluirih free- with every cash purchase of 13 or over second trip sinco Easter We cant Miss Lueilo Longmore of Now Mexico Next Thursday being the frnst of tho ing our little town last week I blame him as that Louisville girl is in- Â¬ is visiting her sister in one or different departments Ascension services will be held at the Mrs Ida Boggot Several of our young folks attended deed attractive Drop into the Mammoth when in S3 and other relatives Catholic chinch Long Lick church at Uewleyville Sunday town anu get a nice winp ior to ccius Wm Smith atid bride nee Miss Flora There aro two new scholars aa the Almost every man andi boy took holi Â¬ Dr Baxter and wife returned from a Stith returned from Jouisvillo Wednes Borne Normal day last Saturday and went fwhinp Mr Plavin WhoeWand visit to Paynesvillo last Sunday day nlirht and wore met at tho denot bv Miss Nclllo Somo very nice fish were caught Mitchell Mr Tucker of Itosetta was smiling a number of friends who wish tho young Mr and Mrs Tliurman ol Grand Hon A B Montgomery sent a two cjuplo a happy life upon old friends hero last week View havu been vlsitine Mrs Emllv bushel sack full ol fine garden seed to Chas Helt of Irvington was calling will somebody suggest a new eupho- Brasliear and family J W Storms to be distributed nmo ng the nious name for C E Bryants little on his many friends hero FriJay Tho social given by Miss 3aisy Wheel Â¬ farmers Ho has gone over tho whole Win Brown and wife from the Ekron daughter IIichclorAjre nliny jtxxl anil jjiy list and cant find any sufliciently nice er Friday night was well nttonded and They wonUnrry lonn anjjr neighborhood were in town last week all report a good time for tho new comer Wlicnht lhouht the inIJ was sail Mrs Fowler of New Amsterdam Ind llo cmn light over and the win lail Mr Lamb of this ulntf who lins been Jas King representing the Inited is visiting her sister Mrs C E Bryant visiting her son Mr Honry Lamb of I believe-- our younc folks around liprn Market bet 4th nnd 5th Sts LOUISVILLE KY States Building and Loan Association Bro Whitlingham pastor of tho Bap- Â¬ ri havoabout gcno dead No entertain of Louisville was hero Thursday with Tobinsport has returned home tist church at Salem was hero Tuesday iff Tynri XSlTWiWtmjlV WfZtlTrLTZt John B Hyde Bbipped a fine cow and tmentHiud voy seldom visit each other LflKT J2 the view of establishing a board at this Ourfriend Henry Head was here again place Success to you Jim Ave wr happy days nil of tlin nnst calf Wednesday en tho steamer City l o cant blame him though last week Joo Baaahear shipped n lot u JSucly not our hearts aro as liidit i Born to tho wife of Bod Shacklett Oscar Dowell of Irvington spent the Vevay Eddlo Bryant is visiting his grand- 4th Sunday here There seems to be potatoes on ilie samo boat frits as gay as of old and our youtf April 20 a ten pound boy father J II Bryant near Brandenburg quite an attraction at tho Widow Bol- Â¬ Tho Bpao Normal is prospering with uays aro not near all spent So m Mr J G Shacklett of Hill Grove was get a move on ourselves this Grant Gary of Mauckport Ind Pomme locks but wo cant blaino him as Miss nearly forty wholars in attendance and in town this week theguest of his son and have nomo pleasant times some of them aro hiking up higher brought a nice lot of fish to Guston last Helen is an excellent young lady Itod So pwceful and beautiffiil week Our Sunday School is progressing nice- Â¬ bniiiljij8iirh aaljilin ami Greek jhv l hut- It is the time of year for this staple article Mrs May Miller of Louisville spent Toundrngs I0venimr Mr Forrester of B F Avery Tim professors of tho Borne NormiOj Sons ly under Supt Hugh llardawaysearnest nnol ll0 ru Mrs 11 L I want of Louisville was soliciting orders hero dibits Parents should lend a heljjig 1 rot Maeuwster and Prof Land um niarkinjj tln tn With p wr Bnl j last week with her daughter csFriday going Saturday to tik their class Viigoo have strayed down ner x YullfJW yako by Bhodes hand by sending their children to SaJ oltl sIrnK- Mr B G Wright formerly of this lmve a boudour Mr Tom Hardaway and wife after bath School every Sunday mprJJ nN logy ont prospertine- to the cave on Mr 1 formed by nature s hml AND WANT L Whiteheads farm place hut now of Louisville is in town Exercises begin at oclock several days visit in Louisville returned a rock beneath a fltateIy beech with itfl this week Wednesday Chas Anderson C E JSvyant A J sheltering bran Alea of ridl Jreon foiag0 Win Butler a wood workman from Thompson and Bichard Baskett went to WALLOW DALE- Dowoll and wife of Ekron Mr no noise save amt of tho mro Tivvng So bring it right along and get the Custer is at work for J It Basket the Stephensport on a Ushing excursion spent last Sunday with II L Rhodes water onward the merry cat- Â¬ and family Wednesday If you want to see broad blacksmith JAIrpalcsfiWJfWOte lower bird 8inglnffnoaiiaul 10 8ottand Bentlo Highest Market price for it ltemember Browns excursion to Lou- smiles ask tho boys whero thevirotthoso is breeze Ioatng over tlio trees A fra Â¬ Messrs Dowell and Bramletto nro big fish Lots of fun any way besides r ure ney amtie Mow r isville Saturday May LO Only iJIOOfor j very sick at grance sweet from the blooming orchard erecting a beautiful house near lierf for somo ot tne iiuiiuj enjoyed those larro this wifttWV the round trip on ttwjbllia wafted on tlio air Here MrJ MTindall cats hugely Mr Whalen and daughter of lnynes WFGerklns on tjkd tlitiro nro wild flowers dotted over Misses Julia nnd Minnie Hitch io spent Itev Geo Smith and wife ot Louis- Â¬ Saturday ville were visiting Mr Chas Lewis tho cliffs which nro fringed with trailing ono day this week in town thr guests of a flno 0V ville came down Monday to visit the family Sunday vines and ferns unking this llttlo spot Misses Lula ami Myrtle Crufdier Bring us your Wool and get our Goods We will es of Cloverportsjft family of Geo ltichardtm of Paynes Saturday ijuIj ono ol Leauty How refreshing to re Â¬ Mr and Mrs Ben McCoy from tho ville uinday with Mis TVim Bro Smith returned to Louisville Perry have a little trads of our own and it will do us both pose amid tho lovely scenes of nature Bewleyville neighborhood nere hero Thursday to attend tho Odd Fellows an how thoy call out tho good that is within good is our business to serve you That is what shopping last week CrWllllUr ting is tho order of tho day Uft niversary but his wife will remain with nJ and excito our thonghts to nobler Mr Amett representing a New Albany her parents several days we are keeping store for We want to do you all the rusn things to that of B luiiiiBiouiuuii the creator who has firm ws solintiiig orders from our bnsi- was too bad about OscarV hc- It good we can and ac the same time do ourself good placed all hero for our goo 1 and happi- Â¬ ness men last week T a III tearing uown mo iiiicli taelc iiicu jkuso aim hush iviuo willi ness Now tho shades of evening aro Mjre buy your Wool See You buy my Goods and fllr Madam Humor announces a weddinu does tho blame rest Tho spent Thursday night with Miss drawing to a closo and n very familiar Big Ky lmrs In tho near future We hate to lose ono was tired of standing there Au Gerkins sound greets my car that of the cow bell g Jc flg afldi of our sweetest girls In presenting this advertise Miss Helen was bo ptrtnlninr hrJ mo gardens in our community aro as the cows are cwning home reminding ment U tho trade wo have Mrs Bachael Williams and niece Miss Oscar did not think abfliit timeflvinjj r looking line It will not be long beforo mo it is timo for tho mi lkmaiii to bo on Taylor of Stith Valley wire calling on fast Never mind butonf point in view We car she savs r tho vegetables aro on tho table duty So I nm off wish to impress upon tho friends here last week alright about the Miss Alic Hoso returned to our com- Â¬ trk people the one fact that we Mrs Margaret Hardaway and sister NEW BETHEL munity Monday nfte spending Saturday Ayers deeiro to increase our business Vigor rest Mrs Lucinda Stith of Stith Valley spent natural and Sunday at lior borne near Elizabeth color tp ya imiv and to do so in a legitimate iB by the day here Thursday Iuiin rain rain town UntinK n healthy way Chas E Anderson left last week for aitipn wtlon of March weather is coining in April 11W8 Mrs Dawson hub returned homo from also vrcu a Vc Log rolling at Mr Garrett to assist in the construction of aj JackjonsThura- u8 Ul ol Tioga Springs alter Hpendingsovoral days thv hair ar A KiVC8 it houso for James Tindell J autiful lustro with her sistee Mrs Vaughn who has tlay amlvni Who havo lound experience to ho Mr T Blytho visited tlio blisses Haw Â¬ Bro Ovorstreet delivered two iulxesU been qui to siok physieiain leg lne1 a dear teacher Especially is this kins Sunday gion ingand instructive sermopBhuijo on h Garfield readers of to the A muwlier of gentlemen from louis- Â¬ true in buying Drugs Hh Sunday of this inpnth Mr James Seaton aud ivifd visited her villo ware- - out on a fishing expedition tho News to whom wo wish to patents last Sunday Gordon Moorman the handsome Thursday From tho way tho ruin is And in return for it wo speak Did it over strike you Eichef 0f The Bible young travelling man waa tailing ur on There was quito 11 large assemblage nt pattering on tho roof they have certainly piouiiso to give yon bom st is a look of jaws to show tho right It in tho matter of buying Goods our merqhants Wednesday Hazel Dell Sunday You aro in need of Druga you want goods and fair treatme nt o ur and wmg a Book of wisdom that cllotfn the wrong day that you could do just ns well Miss Cora Jordan was tho guestof Miss VX0 them pure and fresh business being ebtablisned u p MKr of tho laynesviltr mt h makifitho foolish wise n Book of truth at homo as you can to run olT Mamie IlawkiiiB uiixiday tprboodi miw hero last week on theso two import nt prin IffTFJESTING EXTRACTS Coino wliwMetects all human errors i Book Timo is agajn our girls aro attract vo to other places Mr Sam DoJeviwtto was the guest of ciples of rtv VtbiulmhowB how to avoid f rom Corrtpnilcnt ever Miss Letitia Adldsou Sunday evening especially at this sea- Â¬ money Our stock will be found airla Carl is awfully cito even If ho Ustiug death It is the most nuthontic The person who owns an Electronoisci Is of much moro importance in i so bashful complete In every department Wait Mr Editor son of tho year when you aro Those sermons which ationtly your souionteruining history uver published poi Houses a treasure of immense value Drugs than quantity for upon utiles will count byo e j and wo will mako prices in you publish aro excellent j I find them ItiOOIltalns the most lemnln 0ye so busy with your crops IID W O Floreiiee A vena Ky quality does life in many Instances keeping wih thu times very interesting and tho most remarlablo events It is a One would conclu0 fron Tho Jilcetropoiso is a quick cure for Why spend a day or oven half numbw depend eomplehi of spring chickens at tllf8 plnco Misses Jessie Violet raid Master Bay tm it divinity codo of laws a perfect body of ins omnia I am much improved in evory it day in running oiF to other WE was a veritable Preachers town an uueemileil lvirrui n ARE ALWAYS CRITICAL wo y ti M Phillips Bradfordsville Jty mond Pate and Mr Auilrow Elder visit- of biography a llaco3 when you can do bet- Â¬ t Misses Mabol and Uamlo Hawkins Mrs Jesse Ashcraft and Mis In the selection of our stock ami lokot travels u Book nnd once a customer alwnys a Tin physicians will have to adopt- - tho ed BiUie Wo keep oi oyages tliir best oovenant over made ter right at homo Sunday purchaso only such as wo can Bafe Shacklett fvom Sandy Hill customer El ectiopoise in their practice Dr A B iuuhtor tho best dee2i over written ly commend to our customers hood were shopping hero Fridajc everything you want and wo Mrs Mary Barnes ami daughter Miss It is the 1 ive Jledford Ky best will o van oxecuted tho host testa -- Jennie and Miss Mat will be glad to Beo you ASIDE FROM DRUGS lenton wero tho Mr Currle of Lewis v Cliamlers Wo Imvo had good results in curing ment even jigned the young mans best guests of Mrs Nannlo Ailkisson Tuesday Louisville was looking up Do interests Think about this matter and ailments with tlio Eleetwnois Wo aro agenta for the Walter A vi riot companion tho school bou i So demoralized this sea ion evening of that firm at this point Thursday Jh W Cotton Bardstown Kyt Wood Minders and Mowers I takes when you want Goods and structoiUu ignorant mans dictioiury yet wo will maintain r nr Mrs Mary Barnes and daughter wero Miss Eva Carrienn nnJ Mru ifnrrv t Twine aud all kinds of Repairs have Produco to sell remem- Â¬ jiuouBea nn eiornal reputation for top prices and 7 r AilUsson at her laltJiiuI and believing ruwaru to Wie dl TvnnoiU lover left me In such coti- -- In Hardinsburg last Tin irsday the guests H11 tuiss uiara tlon that I had despaired of ever getwool growers may bring as ber your hotno merchants But that vllfch If You Are in Need of Mrs Bichard May an J daughter Miss millinery parlor Tlmrsday afternoon crowns nil is tho Author ti ng better tho Electropoiso relieved mo Emma their crop ami be sure of uii i Of a Machine we will make it to A certain young gentleman 1ms suc Â¬ then Is no varlablonees cwiving neither shadow ol all pain lirst application I am surely your interest to buy it from us Mrs Jackson and Misses Amelia ceeded In securing ono of those kittens oftnrniiiK FoundNutwlhi tiw baelt rt ired by this great remedy W T Squires Adolla Atwood Com and SaJlie from our agent otan old biblo Ho savp itaa daisy It chnnrHon Corbln Ky Jordan and Louise Jpknon visited at Mr Hall of IVebstoft wan visiting I curcil a young calf that I nm sure Mrs Barnes Friday last GUSTON KY Bt Guston SuniUy All kinds of ottn 1m for same Thoro seems to KY GARFIELD w ould lmve died had I not used the SHILOH Mrs T A Miller and grand daughter some attraction roduco taken HowiB itMitM Maiid try 1 lectropolse on it Tho result was quick Sallio Jordan and Mrs Judsoii Wither a Nice weather for farming Ci me to see us we will Misses Blanford Jolly and Cain ami a nd satisfactory Mrs B II Pryor and Miss Mattio Withers visited Mi 8 it to your hit erest mako Mrs Ben Singleton is still P pperson Ky Messrs Daniel and Pierco Hardaway and or the sick Maryjlernes and Bister tlio 20th Mone J Baved is money made Roy Cain attended church hero on tho list Tho Electropoiso has never failed in Brother Duggin filled his regular ap- Ith Sunday School will closo at this pi Millii any case that I havo tried it and I hnvo pointment hero co Ul x 4th efejj th of May SOLICITING FOR Trimmed T KnU to tell Nurwsry stock i complete soverly YA W Shonkland nnd preached a thosoventh nnd tested it Mr Johnston of P Bradas Son and flno sermon to tlitr d til- hats fo 50c and upwards Slock Carlisle Ky Mr Lancaster repiesenting tho Ixu1b Mr Edd Shellmnn r 111 in dron Hopo that that was seed sown in WSAS1IUY Addre vlllo Tobacco Warehouse wero hero a blacksmith shoii at his hor Protective The Electropoiso is worth 100 a day duo time to bring forth frultmeet Jot re Clovcrpoit Ky few days ago to me M S Cralle Meeting Creek pentence Uliero mny have been Mis8ilpahMFrymi AND of C1 elmuU ins Ky Mrs Hawkins of Breckenriduo countv was the guest of MimM jiri saloiis made on soine young Lr rtej xio llar dy after a pleasant visit to her parents Mr Tuesday Collection Agency The Electropoiso has cured mo of and I hopo thereby wn much andi itlng and Mrs B A Hardaway left Friday Briglits Disease after everything else good accomplished Je8uskeejt Ji m 5 bUinl ot la8t THIS IS NO HUMBUG I morning for her home failed L A Hopson llopson Ky with her sister 3Ira n wn GARRETT Mr Lancaster of Flaherty who liai StephonsKrt My wife has been a helpless invalid BIG PAY TO THE RIGHT MAN Miss Maxio lUndr w vHMHug uh sillier airs ixo uiiodoi niiraini hiorlSth for sixteen years when sho began treat- Â¬ Our school closed April 27tlli t Bhodellfl passodtlirough hero on his birth day on the 3U t day of ment with tho Electropoiso shu now Headquarters BOWLING GREEN KY Tho health of tho communlfyfr her good pupils and several other frle flirll return home a few days ago tills wero does her own houso work and cooking Farmers are very busy plantfiif corn Wo Misses Mary and Maiarte lmil nni present to enjoy dayond 1 rtdo ot suchnuver dreamed of anythiuk working Born to tho wlfo of D Sj Jllrf ords a the oxcellent liltmu A GREAT BAROAIN Woodward a change Jl B Hattie McCoy of Bewleyville spent the terlfcw by Three hundred acre nfltnJ la DuncaniVaN t boy her mother It mi a day Ion Icy for Hlet three tuddwelllnvwU watered afternoon here Friday re Hardyvllle Ky Come aglu OLOVRPOBT KY meinbore d by h cre Thoro has beon several dKuD icrs in oe tmnuretltimbered valley lend M rew up Standard and Pocket Electropoiso for wJl0 were were always glad to see you trere land well a vamp Bill II town this weok UII u I m 11 lllll vfJmWr wrcw ww w salo or rent for particulars apply to iq viw any V if Axton who bag been repreaent give tweeeaelnn h I time Hitler HrlriKe Webb 300 Fourth Avenue Mr Chas ltitchle audi wife Dubois c ream Baklir UXORUK W NKKK Mar Apply to spent a IinOenboroflnn k contemplating ur Dfackearidfra county Ky Louisville Ky uayiu town mis week BIGSPRIN Weather dry hhtl sultry Funnels nil say they need rain It is U very busy time for farmers now An Epwoith Lcngvo ns been organ Â¬ ized at Koine Mumps have been reported at Borne but not serious Several of the Imijb nro fishing nnn but catch iiu fish They havo debates at the Borne Nor- tnnl every Monday night A Sunday Srhool has been organized at Shoemakers schoolhouse Many of our young people have joined tne Jpwortli Jcaguo of Home Quaitcrly meeting will bo held at Bomu tho Cth and llth of May There is talk of a play Kven by tho Boino Normal title East Lynn Miss Ida Baker has gone to Terro Haute to attend tho Slate Normal MIr3 Louise Hardin has gone tolouifv vlllo to bring on a new stock of goods House cleaning and chicken raisintf U I all tho farmers wives cm tnlL nlunt Tho ioultry farm at Mr G B Shoe Â¬ makers Is carried on with great success Mrs Barnle Gillilantl of PresJon Ky has been at Borne to organize a music Itour Family lutlli bo the woll luumii omiiiMicy pru ulid A ill Let Us Send You One 1 HKtliriiK CHERRY PECTORAL The bust remedy for all AVERS M ImmiiJ mIm mSLBitXxm mmwtm mimm aM eta A MAEVimOTH BARGAIN New nobby Spring Suits for gentlemen no somber colors no back number styles every one as bright ns a dollar fresh from the mint A LITTLE COLUMN FOR THE 1 LITTLE FOLKS Sure to Cure 10 10 10 10 sio irit IF YOU ARE SOCKLESS ONLY 250 -- WATCH FREE - Â¬ WHIPS 1 Â¬ Â¬ jDwE SHOE and CLOTHIKG rmmif J KLEINHANS SIMONSON IsK OT COMPANY H 1 4 Â¬ 1 WOOL mm tls - AD lloiy Â¬ M theli YOU WANT GOODS It Ill Y Cf pty Jacobs Meyer nr Spring C E BRYANT GUSTON KY Hf tlnU Ira -- y We Want Your Trade I Garfield Its Many Are The People C When Quality hi Come to See us Â¬ iii viiu it The Wool Market Honest Weight and Highest Cash Price 1 Whitworlh Son JTCUNDIFFCO -- -- Our iery WANTED Agents Wanted Lovings t W MiilJUniljrp Jacob an Dr J Moprman lab MEYER LKt HesiaeTit Dentist - rlrllltUi - x uiitL- - jBjLI - l LJLliJMC - khuilk -- l S