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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 TH53IR nwuUiilUJ Kit i H bW ur 1 j 7 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XYIII CLOYE11PORT rcptr iwiit tlio Christ nnd tlio revelation of tlio Now Testament wonlil become Btarlllngly now ami fresh to its Tlio elorgy wonlil flml thrilling topics In our dally life topics would forro front thtlr lips tlio oloquenco of warning or praiw Corruption would find in tlio pulpit Its unrelenting enemy and official honor its mightiest defence Kellglbn would no longer bo in the clouds but would wnlk KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1894 a NO 43 - hv - Dlos Shoes vs Siroccos Hat c v X 4 now vrhtt of that Slrocroa tikt read tolilin ttiln letter Ami tell Mm not to wear tliit liat Urtll the Union jjet licttrr Were told lit belter tlini a than llicr Ity people who are funny Where codec grows on white ink tree Anil river flow with honey Sirocco it no funny ye Sirocco l o funny Wo hear nf lictter time than these l or Sirocco I to funny lint IT IS NEVER LOST Any Blossing Given by God For- - IVORY i mm nsMiSfcsBt J XMf ovor Remains to Graco Its Possossor I a d tho earth armed in tho nanio of God In an orchestra there fifty Instruments and they aro all neces Â¬ sary to the production of eiTectlvo music Suppose tho first and second violin in- Â¬ stead of following tho baton o tho lead er should enter into rivalry with each other and play tho scoro according to their personal preference not according to instructions suppose the cello and The ladles here are vigilant baso viol should oxerciso tho same priv Â¬ In watching for the Ntws ilege suppose tho drums snd tho cor- Â¬ They say that that Slrroco man nets and tho tlutes should demand an Can surely chase the blues Not Hut lam sure theyre willing now equal right what would result As hustler for The News music but Intolerable discord Tho ca Â¬ To let Sirocco wear the hat pacity to render a symphony of lleetho And Dlo wear the shoes vcii or Wagner Is in Hint orchestra and And Olo wear the shoes And Dlo weir the shoes if its members aro Mibject to tho lead- Â¬ To let Sirocco weir the hat er they will charm and inspire tho au Â¬ And Dlo wear the shoes But If each ono plays as ho Din Thki sis dience pleases the auditorium will soon bo emp Â¬ tied Tho simile is not too strong when ap Â¬ plied to the Church The different sects nro playing tho same melody and tho The Church Is Losing Prestige and world is anxious to listen But each plays as he thinks best the Presbyter Â¬ It Must Fit Itself totho Do- ian is ono key tho Methodist is another mands of the Times nnd tlio Baptist is another Men hope for harmony and find only discord Lit Or It Will Fall in Innocuous Desue- Â¬ tlo wonder that complaints of indiffer i nco nro heard and churches aro empty tude and the World Will If tho clergy will forget every thing Pass By else and remember only this ono thing that men aro hard pushed and need Creeds Must Bo Relegated and tho help nnd comfort and good cheer then creeds will bo whistled down tho wind Brothorhood of Man Must sectarianism will bo banished and tint Take Their Place world will bo better for it New York Herald ADVANCE IT MUST Now If Hi fun that win the prlrc Ill write ymi all the news For time ate hard anil money scarce Anil I want some new shoes Id like to write you all I know It would not take me lonfc And let Sirocco liaxe a day olT To practice on M ionr To practice on his sonif To practice on his onir Let Sirocco have a day on To practice on his song Bottor for tho Causo of Religion battlo to tho That it Should Novor Bo Found and man Than Bo Lost may be forty or GROW IN sa IVORY RACKET STORE w if - GRACE OOAP re 997 8U Having just received from tho only market not Cincinnati tho romainder of our Spring Good which havo been bought not from Old Long Winded Discount Jobbers but from concerns that mako Spot Cash Prices and from under tho Rod Flag where it is money or no goods No other house in tho country will dnro admit that they attend tho Big Auction Sales but say they dont handle any auction trash X u Kt - 1 V 1 i4 R1 ft T 1 I note Babblers nnd Ramblers re Â¬ marks on sanctillcation nnd whilo I en dorso tho doctrino from n scriptural LADIES FURNISHINGS SPECIAL DRIVES stand point I am perplexed to find that A JS c bottle of cologne for 51 At knock down nnd tlra out pricei 11 n ic needles ic a taper A line tlannette shirt lor jc worth joe each whllo endorsing perfect holllness Rubber tip pencils ic or 8c dozen A pure lenthcr liack horse brush worth We offer to our trade nod values In agrees in her article that the blessing 6 sheets commercial note paper ic 50c our price only oc as ac No 5 envelopes for c this line not shoddy stutl cither but llesi four row tooth brush worth 15c fur is easily lost ns Babblor expressed it Hcst thrte honk purses c loc from one of the most extensive inanu Hest cabinet hair pins 4c Hcst calf finish pocketbook wurthjoc for I take tlio ground without fear of contra- Â¬ lactures in the cast Cotnc and try my A nice ladies1 vest jc only loc anil ijc Â¬ diction that nil Christians all denomin Nicer quality 10c 4 nice percale ties 5c prices They are always rock bottom Something nobby 15c luur ply linen cuffs only 15c other My trade Is increasing in thts line and ations boliovoand advocate santlficntion FOR CLOTHES Ladles suez hoc wotth 25c for 15c places 25c people are recognizing my way Is the Imported linen torchon laies from 3 to I failed to discover on bible authority Colur tmttons best bone 5c tlor only way Take your measure free of 15c per yard Hest gross grain silk scarls for only loc the pnocTcrt a oamdlf co cinti where Sitocco denounced it if possessed Ilnc linun torchon 4 Inches wide 10 and charge and you have an outfit worth in worth 2c per yard Ho cc lc tiood 4 ply linen collar turndown sptctlon and practiced in truth and spirit Guaranteed perfect fit In every Nicest rdes t 12 per yard Come and you will hnd prices alw ays of Duff was the Miss Pearl Mercer case Come and see make the price that Finest Vncnclenncs X Point DelrUnd stated facts and indited unvarnished ngni laces 5 inrh wide nnd in beautiful Moore will suit you truths nnd it was to oxposo false Ideas guest of her cousin Miss Roxy patterns only 10 and 15c per yard e have the nicest patterns In Ham Sunday whited sepulchers of holiness The burp and Swiss cmbrodcrics and In Many advantages given to my trade In sertlngs ever opened in this county and this line Rev K N Metcalfo Is qtiito Indisposed get rid of Pharisees and place sweet relig- Â¬ our prices are at least 50 per cent and 30 lb granulated suger forf 100 cheajwr than those of othtr concerns lb best C Sugar tor loo ion pure nnd undefilcd on the exalted but wo hope ho will bo woll again in n 70 and it Ilest Itlo Coffee only jjc lb other places pedestal our Lord intended that ho was few days licit N O molasses per gallon 4CC advocating But I read through ono were hero Mr and Mrs James Parsons Coal oil 10c other houses ICC same artiCASH BEFORE DELVERY lensBnd thoy through another I cer- Â¬ Friday laying in their supplies for tlio cle brand soda loc 1 PRKs Arm t Hammer tainly did not read his article Babblers summer or pkge for 4c prejudice for I or Ramblers blinded by Mr Dow Mercer nnd family of Duff entertain none towards tho creed doc- Â¬ paid his brother Mr Tom Mercer n visit A few words as to my methods of buying and selling and those Old Moss back Credit Houses Suppose trines or opinions of any orthodox last Sunday two buyers were to walk into a house Ono says I want to buy 50 cases of goods on four mouths credit Â¬ Loss of interest one Whats your prico Tho proprietor squirms nnd kicks around nnd figures up as follows church Christian unity and tho essenRemember Browns oxcursion to Lou percent extra risk of failure live percent risk of delay ono per cent 1 willsell nt 100 net Our man says tials of truo religion aro needed more Saturday May 21 Jdily 100 for 2 cents our trade demands J0 cases for which I will pay spot cash What is your price Let us fallow up nml minor noints less But as I havo isvllle these goods still further nnd remember wo nro not speaking of regular staple goods not auction sundries in second blessing if once tho round trip said how this which I can frequently give you 50 per cent advantage Tlio Credit Moss back Jobber gets in bis goods at a Miss Neddie Hunter is spending this dollar Ho pursues tho self samo argument tho manufacturer did only on a bigger scale He argues loss of attained by struggling nnd wrestling as interest II per cent risk of delay 2 per cent dead risk and to make tho losses which nro stno to occur by bad Jacob of old wrested with tho angel can bo week with her mint Mrs John Butler debts add 8 per cent This you see is estimating low Now ndd up theso extra taxes and say tho manufact Â¬ If ono who has professed near West View easily lost urer ndds8 per cent tho Moss back Jobber III per cent totnl Jl per cent which must bo pit ill and tho goods tells of Miss LIfcio McDaniol visited tho fam- Â¬ It loses it and receives it again must bo sold nt atovo their intrinsic value Tliu goodn 1 pay - cents lor aro ollered to any and all who havo the Â¬ cash at 5 cents Now there is a practical explanation of the dillerencti between my system and the old regu ily of her uncle Mr John Moore Satur great things God has dono for him lars who pure huso ol tlio thirty sixty and unity day credit concerns ill leave to anyone who possesses a bin Wo naturally feel that perhaps it is not day and Sunday l gle grain ot Whito llorso flense Hint anyone who buys on eternal time and sells on samo basis it cant be genuine only a short timo and again tlio accompanied Miss Mattie Glasscock loin befora ho reaches tho end of his rone Theres no middle course Why cant the margin of nrollts at tho GARRETT Tho Holy Ghost by Rev A Sheffer was in Leitchlield will leave blessing end bo bought nt and selling end be cut to tho minumum It does mo lots of good to cut tho life out of profits The unity nl the Spirit Itpheslans iv j Easily lose shopping Monday People recognize vnlues and nro ready to grub bargains For instance lead pencils onlinnrly retailing nt - for sanctifies or sets us apart AVo aro all agreed that tho Christian I sell at 1 cent each or 8 cents a dozen 5 cents 50 envelopes 5 cents Hood commercial noto paper 0 Km mors nro about through planting such a gift and from such a source Y Jeff Lively brought in tho biggest fish Church is an Indispensable factor of our sheetH for 5 cents A good adamantine pin nt 1 cent per paper other houses 5 cents liest brass pins only 0 coin Wcnr it as a loose garment to drop when that has been caught last Monday a cents cant be duplicated in no other house under 8 cents for sumo article Hest buckskin It hook purses G civilization However critical we may It seems fifty three pound cat Mr loo Sanders of Ekion was here worldly temptations assail us cents and dozens of other articles to numerous to name on account of space Nothing alibi ds mo more pleasure bo of its defects wo must needs admit tasted to bo able to by securing a bargain to mark it at a prico that will astonish all thnta holy individual who has that it is tho most eonspicous nnd im- Monday R J Bassett of Leltchfiold was hero satisDr J P Shacklett and son were in such holiness would not resign tho farm- Â¬ of human progress portant element last week soliciting otders from our faction of it for all tho beggarly elemonts mowers and reapers It has encouraged our aspiration de- Â¬ town this week Better for the cause of religion ers for his Undo John Tuell of Ekron was in of earth unbelievers never to attain the fended n high standard of public and pri Mr Naco Parsons was in Hardinsburg and for vate virtue denounced tho vices nnd vic- Â¬ town last Sunday state confess it before the world and Saturday and spent tho night with his of society organized a ious tendencies Mr Gabe Meadow and son of Big then renounce It Better never reach sister Mrs Lon Rhodes at Kirk thousand charities for tho relief of the Spring woro in town Tuesday The rain that fell the Cth did a great tho mountain tops shining crimson and unfortunate given comfort to the sorMr John Lyddan and family of Web- purplo or snow capped reflecting tho deal of damago In this vicinity by wash Â¬ rowing stiength to tho tempted resigna ster passed through town Friday sunbeams if only to gazo below nnd ing awny both corn nnd bono meal tion to the bereaved It represents our Mr Gene Gttedry of Kkron was in know that again our feet would press Log rolling at Mr Georgo Glasscocks noblest impulses our loftiest ambitions guest of J C Crut against sharp stones tho same path all last Saturday Many wero tho complihopes which in their upward town this week tho and thoe m dark and dreary bo traversed again Ah ments paid tho excellent dlnnor that was RvJ light nro so daring that they search for cber spiritual bless Â¬ served Tlio cut worms aro doing great damage my friends even so true life when tho resources of tho another nnd purplo in this vicinity in the corn crops and ings shine over tho crimson Mr Lafo Cannon nnd Miss Mnry Mat- Â¬ present shall bo exhausted of martyrdom in Gods service and the tingly spent last Sunday at Roseland the But the Church has of lato years lost a gardens suowy summits of purity and peace onco pleasant home of Misses Julia ami Lulu part of its old prestige The world has Miss Dora Ililf has returned home mortals cannot ever bo enisly Rhodes learned the lesson which is aforetime after several days visit in Woodland reached by Wo may stumble wo may oven lost for new neighborhood taught nnd is looking either Rev and Mrs B A Cundiff write that worry Ky fall we may fret at tho trials glorious revival at Big truths or a now application of ancient OF- Mrs Win Ililf and children spent wo are making to thoy aro having a over tho slow progress religion is quite last Sunday with her mother-in-latruths Neither life nor Thoy nro expected home Mrs Smithland In presenting this advertise- Â¬ reach the summit but once there nover the same thing that it was to our fath- Â¬ Ililf of Woodland next week ment to tho trade wo havo never would wo bo content to lio down ers for both life and religion aro more agent in tho mud again nnd forget that far off V B Burton and crow started their Mr W L Coleman of Weldon but one point in view Wo valuable more significant than thoy fertilizing company was beautiful vision on tho mountain top bucker in the stavo yard near Joo Glass- Â¬ wish to impress upon tho therefore for Cincinnati Lave over been They should Has been purchased by ua at COe on tlio dollar at n great is chief cook people tho ono fact that wo in town this week Wo aro justified Wo are saved through cocks Friday Sam Tnul produco larger results and furnish us desire to increase our business came tho blood of a slain Redeemer which and bottlownsher Now York Dr J K Wimp of Louisville with grander incentives The Church nnd to do so in a legitimate Dogs killed twenty seven sheep for Dr and re- Â¬ cleanes from nil sin Wo need wo ask must recognizo these facta nnd fit Itself down Thursday on his bicycle way Then wo are to heed Hart ono night last week Tho wool was naught else to the crucial emergency or it will fall turned homo Friday re Â¬ Christs words to the Apostles in tlio saved by them having beon sheared a Mr D S Roberts and wife havo in innocuous desuetude Gethsemano Tray lest ye day or two before What is needed above everything olso turned home after a two weeks stay with garden of temptation Which wo will put on sale and continue until Bold You may judgq Wo aro to grow enter into Mr Brooks and Gordon Moorman two is tho unity of the spirit There nro to their mother Mrs Laura Burch from tho following quotations of a fow article of faith shields knights of tho grip wero hero Thursday in graco put on armors many theologivnl standards for an age Messrs Hodges and Glascock of Eliza l to make tho Christian They Bay times are better and they aro that takes no pleasure in theology and bethtown were in town this week in tho and breast plates on warfare for as long as wo aro in tho making better orders too much sectarianism at a interest of school charts nnd globes there Is Â¬ c Mens Outing Shirts worth fiOo salo flesh It wars with tlio spirit which Is willAnd in return for it wo Ilest Ul 110 Cnllcoo timo when mon believe more firmly in Mrs Dr Shacklett and children of ing but the flesh bo weak and only by prico 25c Tho promptneaj and certainty of ita promiso to glvo you honest Yard wide Hoosior Cotton 4J c love than thoy havo done In brotherly Kkron spent ono night this week the trust nro wo kept from cures havo mado Chnmberlains Cough Heavy Ingrain Carpels worth Sue salo goods and fair treatment our Mens Socks worth 10 c at 5 c any previous historic epoch Tho ten- Â¬ guest of her sister Mrs B U Shacklett prayer faith prico 24 c falling but never nover never do we Remedy famous It is intended espec business being established up-Â¬ Nico Ginghams 4 c dency is toward a minimum of creed nnd Kxtrn Hiallty Worth 40 45 salo price easily loso any God given blessing if ially for coughs colds croup and whoop on theso two Important prin I luck Crash worth 7 at 5 c Rev Will M Burgess a maximum of charity We havo more 20 c Marseilles Spreads worth 150 sale Ul ciples lost at all It is fearful terrible and costa ing coughs and is tho most effectunl faith in nn honest life than in an acceptRev Will M Burgess will preach his price OSc Straw Matting nico quality 10 12J Our stock will bo found a bitter struggle injuring Gods causo romedy known for these diseases Mr ance of the Five Institutes of Calvin and farewell sermon in Cloverport on Sun- Â¬ M religion and 15 c 0 B Main of Union City Pa says complete in overy department Lace Curtains wth 125 sale prico 7i3c would feel safer nt tho judgment bar of day May 27 Dr Burgess has been with and tho Christian Brandenhuro Specinl salo Window Shinies worth1 I have n great sale on Chamberlains nnd wo will mnko prices in Laco Curtains wth 150 sale price P0c God with an honorable business record tho congregation hero ono year anu ins Cough Romedy I warrant every bottle Laco Scrim worth 10c salo prico 5c 50c salo price 25c keeping with tlio times behind us than with nil tho theological people aro loth to part with him Ho is Avers Tills are pleasant safe and sure and havo nover heard of one falling to decisions of tlio Nlceno Council There a man of deep researching thought an and excel all other pills in healing nnd Como with great expectations and you will liovo then more than realized give entire satisfaction CO cent bottles ia oxtant no repudiation of Christianity earnest eloquent preacher a scholarly curative qualities Best for family uso for sale by A 11 Fisher Clovorport Ky but on the other haniLn wide nnd deep polished gontlcman nnd has dono much and onco a customer nlways a and KInclioloe Meador Co Hardins Â¬ loyalty to tho moral law as announced good work for the upbuilding of tho McDANIELS customer burg Ky by Christ It is uot an ago of doubt but church and the advancement of Chris- Â¬ BRANDENBURG KY Fralzo has been qulto sick Miss Mittie it is u thoughtful age No men since tho tianity Compton was In Leltchfield Mr Frank sun shone on Eden have ever had a He has been called to tho charge of the So demoralized this season HIIOIITIIAND ami lliNJlANSHIl more biting hunger or so unqucnchablo church nt Manchester Ohio and the Monday above yot wo will maintain cur We have recently prepared Study a thirst for Gods truth both respecting best wishes of tho Christian people of Jimmio C Mattingly was at Mr Jim ctpeclally udaptcd to Home Ilookt on theSent on reputation for top prices and Hundred have been benefited trial him to his now field Rhodes Sunday this life and the other than now 6o day Cloverport go with hundred of dollar by ordering our publication wool growers niny bring us There is a universal wish therefore of work Ho is ono of tho brilliant Mrs Lou Frauk has just finished a WllYNOTVIlUr Should you later decide to enter our College their crop nnd bo Btiro of that tho Church which has been so young preachers of tho day just in tho protty now carpot you would receive credit for the amount paid receiving method bravo in time past may take tho leader Â¬ prime of physical manhood with a well Ramsoy lourweeluby our is week ofbvteaching book KlzaMooro visited Claronco the old nlan Ltnn u miil in ship of tho people as Moses did show stored and rapidly creating mind and is conunder certain rokllioim aiiuriititecilllluttrated i pajre Grayson Sunday Send for our 1reo dition them tho way through this desert of destined to accomplish a great ana nouio want Gannaway of Antioch was here catalogue andtate your IlrauRhon Andrei Thos Practical I V liraiighon Iret linrd work and give them the promiso work for God tho church and homo buying cheap goods lliiflnet Colleire and School of Shorthand and Having bought largely from tho manufacturers wo nroselling3 for samo AH kinds of counof green fields boyond tho Jordan of On Thursday evening the 24th Dr Telegraphy NahvilleTenn II Teacher ono White Load Linseed Oil Heady Mixed Paints Varnishr u Unter try produco taken Matt Jarboo and Nelso Qulggins wero Student the pat year No vacation death will deliver the Baccalaureato Burgess e pay N II Brushes nnd overy thing pertaining to thq Paint iiu nt wholeany time Clieup llonrd Como to bco us wo will Why should the Church allow itself to sermon t6 tho Clovorport school Tho at Glendeano Friday eoo cah for all vacanclc a book keeper salo figures tenojraiheri teacher clerk etc reported to mako It to your interest Bob Rhodes and Tom McDaniol wero ui provided we nil ante bo split into factions by theological dif- Â¬ services will probably take place in tho Get Our Prices Before Buying Money saved is money made ferences when overy faction has the Baptist church in Leltchfiold Monday We aro Headquarters bqth wholesaln and retail on Pure Drngx samo gonerol purposo in vlow and all AGENTS WANTED Frank Gotbratb a commercial travelor Perfumery Xoilet Articles Cigars Tobacco Umps Musical AS A CLEANSER arowokingfor tlte same object The of tlio Wood nothing was hero Wednesday JiBtrnmenUi Hooks of tul kinds Tjno StatlonerVi Fruits Jycsh Trimmed stock la complete BRECKENRIDGE as Dr vs POLLARD swoops as clean Candles Canned Goods Pic nic Supplies Fruit Jars etc world asks for tho bread of Christ and hats for 50c nnd upwards Mr Tom Parsons was in Hardlnsburg HOOK one volume nearly 400 pane Illutrated lierco Golden Medical Old Meado County Applo Brandy nnd Pure Kentucky receives the stone of sectarianism in its Dkeovsry It purine tlio Wednesday on business for paper Airenticlllnf75toiooaday 5c Whiskies specialty j blood as well as enrlchw It lUlfproht Outfit loc stead It longs to hear of heaven and 00 for loth ll Tho truth U an emulsion of rscAMifl J- - PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED Hook and outfit ready ACT Ojiicklv I Mr Clint Ramsoy of Grayson county will listen with patient ears totho proofs cat Uvor oil is good for build- Â¬ Ohio Valley Telephone Office In our store Mail order carufully VICTORY VUIILlHIIINn CO visited Mr Tom Mercer Sunday ing up nt no doubt about It of immortality but it has no Interest in nnd promptly filled Soliciting your patrqnage wearo ClnclnniUl O llut ugh I a weak stomach Miss Liza rarsona la visiting her sister 51 W fourth St the competition and rivalry of sects or Your Friends loathes Ite Fortunately theroi a Mrs KateLarapton at Antioch Job Printing of every description In the dogmatic and doctrinal side of re- Â¬ thats even bettor ligion Mrs Zack Gammway pf Antioch vis Â¬ finished In flrst clasa stylo making htalthy leth for BRANDENBURG KY rieaaiit in Unto effective In ited Mrs W T Caution last week If we could relegnto nil creeds to tho DlsCOV- ratilltL Thatll thO iSolo agenU hem for thq Celebrated Qrecn BtverTureSourtltwlr Imckground Imprison them within tho Mrs John Galloway of Cavo Spring Hand M1UI0 Daviesa County Whltky limits of the students library causo them regulating cleansing and repairing all the waa here last week buying Bpring goods Iakk Oheitv Iilii will reduce ypur weight month PEKMANKVriY from 11 to 15 pound mmm tmtmmmm to be regarded as simply fruitful subjects organ of tho bodyof dlooaso aro round about or Injury NO IUII lcknc --ST2 1 nr- -m 7 tt r The farmers aro as busy replanting NO STAKV1NQ build up tho health Iand beautiWhen the germ it JZ They for Investigation but not necessary to ua we da not all got thorn Why Borne of corn this week as they we busy planting 1 1C1TY fy the complexion leaving NO WKINKLKH or t ACJREAT BARGAIN farm AHDOMKNH and difficult of tho community if u are iu too good a condition The all tho tfabblni STOUT the moral progress last of CorauBipUon Grlppo Malaria and breathing urely relieved M rXIiitlMKNT Three MnJrtd ilcrejf If Wd fn riuaaniVaf you by IfTWirt we sauld bring into the foreground as lufecUoue dlseaww r Kientlric and noiltlve relief adopted only w Mr and Mm Joo Parsons visited Mr but a year 01 experience lr for Mll Are Juxxitlv Wcllai the wrtliftM uppiicu after Tea gnt to fl Nifnerr ah oruert pacaa lire tiin only important matter for consider Â¬ itroug to nW their attack Itwidw your Â¬ one hundred acre land uoo per your Wood and Will Hunter and wife at Antioch last direct from our otnee rrice aerm proof by puWng land well t UihireVu iiJ or three package lor 500 oy roan poiuai ft ation the beat way to embody the sermon self in a Withy state Uver well Mt In blue graM WHI kU m cm Www led act Teitlmonlil and particular gtye pommIo anV Wme WSASIIUV all Mood talnta ami lUceaaea if money week In our lws and the love Addrc In oa the McuBt All Corroapondflnce Strictly Confidential qXDMOK V NttFK tWw eovary falls to benefit or euro yew AjT Olavcrpwt Ky p of God nod love of brother man In our Dr Priccd Crm Blrig Powder MtUiitdfre4wtyK7 PARK REME8Y CO Hutu Mass BIG SPRING KY be sold se of Ms W4 CJiurcl would really Uoc4SrHeJ Moat iHtUleoplnjonfthe M4 Â¬ Hioolz Ovgi tlae IFolloTxrirLg UPxices - CLOTHING Tfr CHURCHJUTY OUTFITTER Â¬ J 1 Â¬ Â¬ NO PILING ON PEOFITS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ G L BUECH Meyer MOOLEYViLLE KY Â¬ C3To3gyB3MMradIB Jacob BRAND NEW and STOCK Spring New Novel desirable Dry Goods V We Want Your Tradel FORCED SALE Prices Entire Stock ti Â¬ Gome to See us GEO YEIAKEaL GO BOOK KEEPING The Wool Market LEADERS in the Â¬ Honest Weight and Highest Cash Price Paint Line Mil- Â¬ - 1 Our Millinery 4 Jacob and NEVITT GOUGHv FAT PEOPLE Â¬ Meyer 1 r- U-r- WANTEDrM unu TfL ffiwj Ww Prfct I Ma riimKwii m- ungwy WWlWiMi1- - yif7 SA I L M BftOKRKtSlDSR IT IS SHOCKING F P Harjood tho Well Known Railroad Man Is Clmrfjed with a Torriblo Crlino He Â¬ NM Â¬ dfaOVfefiPdftI BRANDENBURG Mr nnd Mrs Win Ithodes have bud a t vlhlt to Payuesvllle II Mrs Mary Miller of Louisville Is visiting her mint Mrs li Dowdy Tlie Sewing Circle mot t Mrs Dr Ill ys hint I liiiri tlny afternoon Hess Allan Is with her aunt Mis lllanchc Iontaiiie foniAhoit visit Mrs Ken Wnthen of Irvington came up last week to seo Mrs Chapezn Wiithen Miss Ltzio ltawllngs hns been sick In Knnsns City but is expected homo soon Father Hngnn gnvo instruction last week und had services ns usual on Sun Â¬ Â¬ Breckenridge Jno D News and 10 V 0 Balbagt Edltori Ftoptletn 1801 WEDNESDAY MAY SIX PAGES ClovKnNoit Drown has appointed Dr J B Frymlro o Preston n delegate In rep Â¬ resent Kentucky nt the Southern Inter Btnto Immigration nnd Industrial con vention which meeta nt Augusta Oa May 30 The nppointtnmit is n good ono nnd n coiupliment welt deserved Dr Krymlro Is n cultured gentleman nnd well lilted to represent hli shito in nny convention Â¬ Tick Owensboro Messenger in speak Â¬ ing oi Mr Montgomerys services in Congress pays him tho following hand Boino compliment Mr Montgomery has indeed proved himself one or the most Influential member of the house This It quite universally understood In Wash- Â¬ ington and Is becoming generally known in Kentucky He makes no spread eagle speech Â¬ es but silently und unostentatiously accom Â¬ plishes results His sound judgment is valued by every member on the Democratic side and he Is known to be the confidential adviser of Speaker Crisp who depends much upon him The Fourth congressional district is trulv fortu- Â¬ nate In having such a representative and should keep him In Washington Just as long as he will consent to remain HARDINSBURG L H W TIME TABLE OOINO WIST KAHT Passenger Daily arr Hardlnsliurgl212 pm OOINO Passenger Dally arr Hardlntburg 740 a in Browns excursion Saturday May 2fith Wo repnir watches T C Lewis Co You can get Polks beet elder ftom A McOary A Browns excursion Saturday May 20 Wait for it Spot cash helps us to save your money Hardin Bro Mr John Blytho says he isabout ready to buy nnother farm is Miss B Ada Drtiry of Bewleyvilie visiting hero this week Miss Mary Anderson of Webster is visiting hero this week Tho best of order always maintained on Browns excursions Mrs Thomas II Ditto Meade county is visiting relatives here A new carpet was put down on Hie court house Moor last week A good second hand phaeton for sale or trade Coikuan IIaswkii Bring in your vest pocket nnd lei us fill it with a watch T C Lewis it Co Dont forget tho date of Browns ex- Â¬ cursion to Ixnnsville Saturday May -- J Dont forget tho 1th of July celebration at Hardinshurg Look out for bills Â¬ The Republican Committee of this Magisterial district met Monday nnd nominated Charles Mittllngly as n can Â¬ didate for Maglntrnto and Dick Perkins for Constable Durham it Bro who have been sell- Â¬ ing goods at Glendeanp for some time have moved their stock to Wont View At West View tho stylo of tho firm will bo changed to Durham it Son Mr James Durham the father of the joung man who ran tho business nt lien denne will be Interested in tho buRinees nt West View and tjioso who know Mr Durham know what his going into tho biiBincM means If wo estimate him correctly It means success for the new firm at West VIow Mr Durham has always been successful in everything he has undertaken and it isnt worth while to underestimate his ability in this new venture Ho will undoubtedly bo there to stay Ho Intends to pay cash for every dollars worth of goods ho buysand tho customers of Durham it Bro shall have the benefit of all cuts in this way Walt for tho opening of tho new firm Maj Henry F Stanton gave n poetical recitation here last Monday night nt tho M K church under tho nuspiecs of tho Kphworth League Tho house was well filled by eight oclock when Mr Stanton appeared and was introduced by Mr David K Murray Mr Stnntlons read Â¬ ing and recitations were poems of bis own composition nnd were very happily rendered Tho audience gave him close attention and seemed to take in every word and nction of tho speaker Mr Stanton is always entertaining nnd Ken Â¬ tucky audiences particularly npprccinto bis genius us a poet Possibly tho bust thing that Mr Stanton ever produced was the Moneyless Man a poem that has been sung tho world over It was really this production that spread the poets name abroad and gave him a high Â¬ er appreciation of his talents in this lino at home He reads the poems with great effect nnd the nudienco Inst night gavo it genu ine applause Mi Stanton in all of his poems blends a sweet story with each that makes them peculiarly interesting His audience last evening was a very select ono and to nil of them it was a pleasure to seo and hear him The Ep wortb League was responsible tor the presenco of Mr Stanton here nnd from tho nudienco that turned out they were certainly well repaid Â¬ Is Accused of nn Attempted Soduction of His Own Sovontoon- Yonr Old Daughter - Irvington Is All Torn Up by Excitement and Facts Aro Hard to Learn Hagood Denies tho Whole Story and Many Friends Bollevo In His Innoconco GRAND JURY INVESTIGATING Btizby Co Browns excursion Saturday May 20 will bo under the management of Brown J T Jones it Co Dont forget it We are tho lowest priced house in town on groceries Ilnrdin it Bro Talk to us about pianos and organs We can save you n big lot of money T C Lewis it Co Tho date fixed for Julian Browns next excursion on the Branch is May 20 Get ready for it Big day at Louisville- Saturday May 20 You can go there for only 100 on Browns excursion was Mr ieo W Jolly Owensboro hero last week Ho is employed in tho Beeler Beard law suit Interesting information that willifsavo a lot of money for you nnd make a little for us T C Lewis it Co Ed Gregory was out hero Monday scat- Â¬ tering Sulzers advertising literature broadcast Id is a hustler If you want to forget that such n thing as hard times ever existed pay a visit to our store Hardin it Bro Key W II Sneed will preach tho fun eral of Mrs Lorcno Dowell nnd that of Mrs John Jolly at Sample next Sunday at 11 oclock a in Ono dollar is all it will cost you from any point on tho Branch to make the round trip to Louisville- Saturday May 20th Brown s excursion day Mr Kit Weymuth was hero lust week Ho is traveling for n Louisvillo grocery house Ho has gone out of tho mercantile business in Hardin county Sherifl Bhodes and Deputy Sheriff Miller have their railroad tax receipts and are anxious to dispose of them If you owo this tax drop In and sen them We are again handling the V S Bak Â¬ ing Cos bread conceded to bo tho best that is mode Wo will always aim to keep on bund a fresh supply Hardin it Â¬ Â¬ Bro D II Severs Henderson was hero a few days this week mixing with his old friends Ho says his family Is very well pleased with their now homo at Hender- Â¬ son Miss Lillio Coopers private school Friday afternoon closed hero last week the scholars gave n short public exercise ut tho school house after which Miss Lillio mado a distribution of presents to those who had been punctual in attend- Â¬ ance etc Representative Montgomery lias re- Â¬ commended Joo B Cox for postmast Â¬ er of this place Mr Cox Is a deserving young man and his friends count on his handling tho postotlico to tho satisfaction of tho entire public Mr J It Johnson who got bis leg broken some tlmo ago from a fall is still confined to his room Holms not been out for about four ufonths nnd tho con Â¬ finement is telling on him His friends hopo ho will soon recover Tiio following is a list of tho grand jury Hon Clias Blanford foreman Jan D Wliltworth Thomas Macy II A Hunter E II Dean Win Hendrick Iticbard Carman Jr J no It Critcheloo Milton M Tto Gld P Miller O K Ilghtfoot und Simpson Arnold BHOUVH IKON IIITTHIIH Alli1eslerskiiiiltil prrtottlu Jmulneliu Hamun wrapper wars uj crMil U tho storm last Thursday This placo was well represented in Hnrdiusburg Monday attending court Not u man was left in town This week will bo mainly spent by tho farmers in repairing damage done to corn fields by tho cut worms Farmers are complaining of the low prices in wool scarcity of tobacco plants and the plentitudo ot cut worms Tho ludies Friday after noon prayer meetings are very largely attended and much interest is shown It meets at Mrs JefiTurpins next Friday Little Guy Mitchum ago four years knows all his big letters by sight learned them from tho BitECKiNitnaE Nkwb of which fact his mother is very proud James Bishop Owensboro called to ecu his friend in this place Friday He is n very popular drummer representing Uosenburg Flexner it Mendells shoe house Louisville Mr John Priest has been in u critical condition since being operated upon at present ho is resting tolerably well His friends now think tho worst is over and he will get well Hei bert Head sold Juda to Isaac Priest His now investment ho calls Viola for ono of liesettas fairest damsels He thinks ho can depend on his Viola to carry nil tho beautiful parts Juda caus- Â¬ ed him many pangs of embarrassment Work has begun in earnest on our church The men aro at work to day jotting out timber for tho saw mill Wo feel very much encouraged and ask the public to help us nil they can No ono knows but us that livo here how badly wo need a church at Hosetta Wo are sorry to learn through the Nkwh of tho death of Mrs Win Belle Sho was a neighbor school mate and friend when that town was our home Wo sympathise with her husband and parents in their allliction as only thoso can who haw suffered from tho loss of loved ones dropping from the family cir- Â¬ cle It is hard to gavo up our loved ones but the Blessed Master knoweth best In our last communication from this placo we spoko of a Mr Charlie Ander- Â¬ son when wo should havo said Tom Mr Tom Anderson is very indignant to ward us for getting his name mixed with ids brother Charlies Ho says his bro- Â¬ ther is too ugly a man to bo mistaken for Mr Tom wo never said so before but wo think it is a good thing that you aro already married for no other woman would havo stilllclent courage to carry so ugly a mail as you through life Wo think Mr Charlie by fur the best look- Â¬ ing Â¬ The greatest excitement prevailed nil nlong tho Texas road and tho L II it W lust Friday night when tho wires heralded the report that Mr F P Hagood had been arrested nt Irvington accused of an attempted seduction of his own daughter and that an infuriated mob was around him Mr Hagood is tho general bridge superintendent of both the Texas and His homo Is at Irvington the Branch nnd as he has many friends and acquaint nnccs all nlong both roads the news of the arrest wjs a sensational shock for nil telegraph stations Both his social und business character had always before been above reproach The first train curried a News repre- Â¬ sentative to tho scene of tho troublo and the following particulars were learned Mr Hagood had left home on Friday morning nnd gono down tho Texas to Lowisport where tho pile driver was at work at which the workman White had been killed tho day before Ho return ed home on the evening train When tho train reached Irvington it was immediately surrounded by a crowd of citizens and as Mr Hagood stepped off he was told that he could consider him- Â¬ self under arrest He thought it was a joko und laughed and talked with tho men all of whom were friends and neighbors accordingly Not until ho started into the depot did ho realize that the men were in dead hard earnest for ROSETTA it was then that they stopped him nnd Several big picnics nre being talked of told him that he could not go that lie for the picnic season He then was positively under arrest Mr Taylor Kasey of Hig Spring is vis also noticed what ho had not seen be iting liis father A B Kasey fore that several of his captors carried Cut worms are causing a good many pistols or guns openly in their hands farmers a great deal of replanting To say that lie was greatly surprised Sparrel Kasey says a man may have expresses it mildly and ho began to in- Â¬ ever so good grit but ho can be mado quire of what lie was accused Ho was to run some times then told that be was f ttpeeted of hav Â¬ A stroke of lightning splintered a lo ing attempted to seduce ills daughter cust tree at Mr G T Mercers during Mr Hagood then and there positively Â¬ Â¬ thafliCr father had taken nndun liber- Â¬ ties with her Mrs Brown told her daughter Mrs Hitgood nnd Mm Ha good investigated matters Sho iliduis iit cnrdmg to the repot let hut she llMcnid ut Mies Hngoods bedioom dour one morning when Mr Ilugood was iu theie The con vendition nt Mr t was loud hut Inter it quieted down to low tonen and just at this interesting tlmo bIhi opened tho door She discovert d Mr Ilngood nnd his daughter sitting nn the cdgn of the bed nnd nays that Mr Hagood bad his baud on the inside of his daughters dress cures lug her bosom und Unit the girl was crying Tho women say they could stand it no longer nnd on Fridny they told their neighbors of their troubles nnd left home fearing thnt Hagood would tlo them violence when he returned as he hnd threatened to kill them if they told on him They nccuso him of having long been a tyrant in his family ami say that he would never glvo them nny money but when asked for any would curse nnd storm about Mrs Hagood says that she loves Corn Hagood as her own child and that she wns induced to mnko this exposure to save tho girl from being ruined Whether these reports are true or not tho women nil seem to be actually fright- Â¬ ened und the young lndy sides with her step mother nnd They nil seem to huve a perfect aversion for Mr Hngood Upon the other hand it is said that Mr Hagood declares that it is nil n piece of spite work und n plot upon the pa it of his wife nnd iier mother to ruin him He boldly nnd positively denies the charge and snjs that he is as innocent us l raj k 49H EEEls2ESSSKiSEl tj iati frn JtfSBSKSWz tM2M--- fj i jjy s - a - pj o A f day Miss Agues Mullu returned from Louisville Inst Wednesday after n ten da s stay Itev Duvull from Baptist Theo- Â¬ logical Si ininury supplied Bro Hasans place last Sunday Mr and Mrs D W Fnlrlelgh nnd children spent Inst Sunday with Mr James Fulrleighs family Mrs George Klehardson wns in town last week patronizing ono of our modistes and they nre nil first class Mrs J Casperke and Mrs W Barnett went to Louisville lust Saturday Mrs Cosperko will remain for a short visit Mr nnd Mrs Andrew Fnlrlelgh of Chuttnnoogn Tumi are here to spend some time with Mr nnd Mrs James iBySB I j IN I W Ji VV 111 I I HfSirS ftfe fatfjl fl rW 1 KSh cr SSII - Fairlcigh Mh s Mamlo Dougherty nnd n young lndy whose iinniu 1 failed to learn attend Â¬ ed services nt the Catholic church here last Sunday Georgo Worlnnd Foil Ithodes Henry Nevitt Dick Ditto Percy Young and others attended tho ball ut Concordia last Friday night I nm indebted to Mrs Henry Hnrring ton mid Misi Jennie Hardin for pleasant drives Everybody is certainly beauti- Â¬ fully thoughtful of poor inc Mrs Funkhouser of Harrison county Ind und Mrs Fowler of Now Amster Â¬ dam Ind mother nnd sister of Mrs Wm Mclntyre visited her last week I nm grieved to know little Hob Bra shear daughter of Mrs K II Brushear of Owensboro is very sick Mrs E Wimp her grnnd mother hns gono to be with her Mrs Gesrgo Clnrksou nnd Miss Bctlie Clarkson Spent ceverul dnjs last week with relatives hero and uro now witli Mrs Clurksotis mothei Mrs Joe Wool folk Messrs John T Ditto T C Hurdesty nnd Will Preuser of Preuser it Wellen voss Wholesale lint House were the guests of Mr Dittos brothersMcssrs Abo nnd Wm Ditto last Sunday denied tho charge and his earnest deni Â¬ al and unfeigned surprise nt the accusa Â¬ tion impressed many of his captors with a belief of his innocence He asked to be permitted to go into the olllce of tho depot nnd write a pass for one of his men saying that ho would then go with them wherever they wish- Â¬ ed This was permitted as he had started to do this before he knew that bo He was then was actually under arrest taken to the McGlothlan Hotel and kept under guard during the night Ho sent for his wife and daughter but was informed that they had left town early iti the afternoon and had gone to tho country to spend tho night Tlioy did not return until Saturday afternoon Mr Hagood was not arrested on a warrant from any oflher but was just taken in chargj by the citizeus Ho has many friend in Irvington especially among tho railroad men who do not believe ho is guilty us charged and as they were present at his arrest there would have been serious trouble Bhould there havo been any violence attempted Tho cnuse of tho nncst Is clouded in doubt and mystery and at Irvington tho scono of tho crime if a crlmo has been committed tho sentiment of the people is greatly divided Some believe what tho womtn say while others are loud in proclaiming their belief in Hngoods innocence Away from Irvington Mr Hagood has hundreds of friends who believe that he is n man of too fine an instinct to bo guilty of such baseness and they will never believe in his guilt till it Is proved by undoubted testimony Tho News saw all tho principal parties but they had been told by their At- Â¬ torneys not to talk and all the informa- Â¬ tion that could bo gained is no more reliable than what Dick should havo told Tom that Harry said that Mrs Hagood said that her mother told her that Miss Hagood slid etc With all duo respect for tho ladies of Mr Hagoods household the News gives the circulated reports just as it gathered them at Irvington and elsewhere Tho present Mrs Hagood is Mr Ha goods second wife Also iu Mr Hagoods home Is Mrs Brown tho mother of Mrs Hagood and Miss Cora Hagood tho daughter of Mr Hagood by ills first wife It seems that there lias been troublo in tho family for some tlmo and the friends of Mr Hagood claim that it is simply a case of too much step mother and Â¬ Â¬ moth-or-in-ia- w koii nvsiniHiA Indigestion ami Ploinacli disorders take Congreisional Committee Emzaiiktiitown Kv May 0 1891 To the Democratic Congressional Com Â¬ mittee of the Fourth Congressional Dis Â¬ trict There will bo held at the court house in Klizabethtown Hardin county Ky May 10 1801 at 2 oclock p in a meet lug of said committee to consider what action it will take in regard to selecting a Democratic candidate for Congress to be voted for at the November election Mem Â¬ A full attendance is requested bers not attending will please send writ ten proxies Respectfully yours W II Gakdinkk Chairman 1th Con Dit Com Miss Cora Hagood is a beautiful young ady of seventeen summers Intelligent well educated and accomplished and it Is of her young und innocent person that her father is accused of attempting the heinous crime of seduction There was trouble in the household on Friday morning before Mr Hagood left and it is reported that lie kicked out a panel of the door opening into his daughters bed room After he had gono Mrs Hagood und her mother went out and began to talk to the neighbors It Is said that Mrs Hagood reported that Mr Hagood had made repeated attempts to outrage the person of Cora Hagood his daughter and that sho had caught him in the act Some time ago she said that Miss Hagood had complained to Mrs Brown her great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local reme- Â¬ dies and by constantly failing to euro of affairs with local treatment pronounced it in- Â¬ Mr Hagood was placed under a 500 curable Science has proven catarrh to bond with the Hon D II Severs of bo a constitutional dlseaso and therefore Henderson as bondsman for his ap Â¬ requires constitutional treatment Halls pearance at Circuit Court now in session Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J at Hardinshurg and he came to Clover Chenoy it Co Toledo Ohio is the only port Saturday night Ho has been mak constitutional cure on the market It is ids homo at tho Clovorport Hotel since takon internally in doses from 10 drops but is now at Hardinshurg at court to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the The witnesses were bonded to appear blood and mucous surfaces of the before the grand jury on yesterday but system They offer ono hundred dolwe have not heard whether the case was lars for any case it fails to cure Seud reached for circulars and testimonials Â¬ any man He says that he loves his family ns well as any man could love but that his wife and mother-in-lahave combined and plotted for some time to make his homo n hell on enrth for him Ho says thnt they have estranged Ills daughters affections his only child by his first wife and turned her love away from her father Ho has noticed all this going on for quite a while and tried to counteract tho effect of tiio plot by holding his daughters lovt He has plead with her professed his fatherly love for her and begged her not to turn against him and follow tho foot steps and apo the ways of her step mother and but to itand by him and she would bo happy Ho has told her that they were poisoning her mind and if she listened to them that they would ruin tho joy of her youthful life nnd that her happi Â¬ ness might forever be blighted All these things ho claims she bus told them nnd they have maliciously placed n base construction on them nnd poisoned his daughters mind witli nil their liellislmess till she in her inno- Â¬ cence nnd puritybelieves them At the momentous time when his wife opened tho door upon them he had been talking to his child in the manner de- Â¬ scribed and his affectionate piedings hnd melted her to tears With a heart bleeding from the effects of domestic troubles he was holding his child in Ids arms while his soul went out to her with all the fcrver of n fathers love for a motherless child whose life had fallen among evil counselers and under the bane of evil infiuences Thnt ho had his hand beneath her clothing he denounces as an infamous lie His business kept him almost contin- Â¬ ually away from home leaving early in the morning and getting back usually late at night and many times being gono for several days at a time He claims that of lato his wife and her mother have tried to manage to keep him from seeing his daughter and enjoying her company what little tlmo ho was at home At last growing desperate when his re Â¬ quest to see his child had been refused ho kicked in tho door opening into her room That ho made any threats of violeuco to any person he earnestly denies He says that he has always been a lib oral provider That he has bought him a nice home built a nice and good house on it and has it nicely furnished And ho also says that while his last wife is of an eminently respectable family both sho and her mother since they have been at Irvington hnve moved in a higher class of society than they ever did before They have associated here with wealthy people and gone in the very best circles This he wns pleased to see though it was vary expensive and some- Â¬ times It pushed him to the very lust notch to keep expenses within tho limits of his income He puid their bills and gave them what money lie could spare His wifo is extravagant and spends money foolishly At tho last pay day he gave his wife money and she squandered it on a visit to Louisville and such ex penditures sorely pressed him This information as wo have said be- Â¬ fore is not gained directly from tho parties themselves but from hearing tho pleas of tho friends of both sides It Is just about tho way It Is talked at Irving- Â¬ ton and in tho main it probably ap proximates the truth though the people should withold their judgment until tho case is heard in the courts County Attornoy Milton Board was nt Irvington on Saturday and interviewed tho woman and he says that if what they say is true it is a pretty bad state Â¬ p i i 1 I 2 f cT c 2 i M Jj fil law- Af m j ffi - jq -- - ta3 J5 4 Charley Nevitt has been offered a posins teacher of short hand typo writing and telegraphy Charley is an intelligent youth and I hopo a bright future awaits him Messrs Austin OBryan nnd Joo Clnrk of Concordin huvo been guests of friends here this week They uro both violinists nnd have rendered sweet music at differ-Â¬ ent residences during their stay The young people have had several pleasant dances I havo received through Daisy Mc- Â¬ lntyre nn invitation to the commence ment exercises Juno sixth at Logan Col- Â¬ lege Itussellvllle It is one of the hand Â¬ somest and most original designs of the kind Ive over seon Daisy has mado rapid progress in all of her classes aud especially in music Al- Â¬ Blessed aio tho peace makers low mo to pour oil on the troubled waters rolling between Sirocco and bis friends of an opposite opinion Too much argument on nny subject takes the very pin feathers out of tho thoughts under discussion and most certainly does not add to tho cause of religion or the promulgation of the gospel St Johns Day celebration Juno 2oth in Louisvillo with a guess which will be the warmest day between Juno iUth and July 4th is n legitimate enterprise of charity for tho Masonic Widows and Or- Â¬ phans Home Send Judgo Rnwlings 50 cents take tho trip und stand a chance for one of the prizes in gold Monoy matters have been and perhaps are now tight The pressure may be felt by some but I heard a leading mer- Â¬ chant say Our trade has been excellent for the spring opening customers frora a distance who had dropped off for a season or two havo come back Peo ple will dress und will havo them made therefore our dreesmhkers are all busy Head gear is as essential as foot gear so lints nnd bonnets are still in demand bo business in that lino is prosperous Sum up the totnl for the past the present und well find ns many rays of sunstiine as clouds of darkness along the financial line as in other avenues of life Wo hnve but one feeling nbout tho future and that Is hopo This wo can and do have under any and all circumstances Â¬ tion in Cecclian College UNDE R8TAND the CASE YOU CERTAINLY D UY S3 Witt WHEN YOU BUY OF US RIGHT 5c per yd 5 and 51c 7J 8 4b Moador will positively sell for Cash or Produce Wo quote a fow prices Hoosier Cotton at All Calicoes at Dress Goods A 1 Dress Goods at Â¬ lOand 12c 2 Jc All kinds of Dress Goods reduced in prjee to suit purchasers Come in ami see for yourself because wo Duy rmtit direct Irom hrst hands and nav cash It ia a constant study with ua how to give you moro valuo for your dollars Wo want your Wool and other Produce MEADOR WITT HARDINSBURG KY im J n Dissolution Notice Co of Iluras The firm name of M Meyer Ky have this day by mutual consent dissolved Cartncrshlp It I XlcGuflin retiring from the M Mrver retaining the business and will continue same under the old firm name of M Meyer Co Given under our hands this May the 4th 1S94 M A Bicycle Sale Â¬ Â¬ McGuKriN To mv old friends and customers I wish to ex Â¬ tend to them my gratitude and thanks for their long patronage and favors shown me during my connection with the above named tirm and on retiring from nine 1 rccommed the new firm to them ask that they patronize same In my be Â¬ Very Hespectfully half U L McGuFriN Since buying the interest of It I McGulli In our partnership I have decided to buy a com Â¬ plete line of goods and continue the business and being able to buy for spot cash and In con- Â¬ sideration of these hard times I invite you in come this week and see what bargains I have In I heartily thank all store lor every customer of our old friends ind customers for their many favors shown us and by straight dealing and low prices 1 hope to tie favored with a continu- Â¬ ance of same Very Hespectfully M UL Meyeh 4w Mbykk There is more Catarrh iu this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until tho last few years was supposed to be incurable For a That gives satisfaction not only to tho sollcr because bo knows ho is selling the best but to the buyer as well for ho knows ho has made tho best possible bargain in the ptirchaso of a Wheol from us In fact any kind of a Wheel you NOTICE want Not exactly as shown abovc a note In eilitance ngalnit 0 K There li Miller In furor of lien S Miller for one hun thoueh who knows if it will not soon dred anil twenty five dollars due Junel3tbVI which Is void until the claims I hold on the como to this land sold by Iafe Davis igtlost J 0 Miller In the mean time you must know that on the Uth day of May 1894 are paid R S Downx Wheeling is a pleasure 1oes yon lotj of good Is healthy Makes you strong COMMISSIONERS SALE and robust Get yours now To day ON TIIUIISDAY MAY Mat 1891 NOTICE will nut be responsible for any debts con Â¬ tracted In the future by my wife LMa Ua good All persons ars notified not to crodlt her on tuy account or expecting payment from me i P Uaooou Tbli May 12th 1891 I Address Quito a crowd was at Liberty church Sunday to hear Itev George Morris The second Sunday is his regular ap Â¬ pointment here and Bro Morris is prompt to nil appointments People wishing to attend church here need not be afraid of being disappointed F J Chunky A Co Toledo O BwSold by Druggist 75c Publlo Auetlon One Aultinan Taylor Separator complete with the Strew Staoker bells and all fixtures with or belonging to taint alto one truok wagon under unit Alto one Aultman Taylor Kureka Kenglne eomplee Alto one Matoh Also ono Matchltii Water lett Staoker All of tald property It on the farm of Tank J F Olayoomb about mllet from Lodl burg station In Iireokenrldge County except the MatohlMi Blacker which It at Walker loirds ntar Holt Ky and partlet dwlrlo to purehate should call on Mewrt Hoard ana Olayoomb and examine property before day of At 1 ooloclc n in at the corner of 2d and Water streets Clovcrport Ky I will sell at SULZERS Notice iTtecorpoinn partnership heretofore Marsh4 1 Drake W M exist Wi j li May 7th iSoj NOTICE li I ltlMrhP Sr Mtx won iKT Jaw ilwuh J of and 1W aa Engineer Fatty Held is laying off a the Breekearldje OlreuU Court In an aetlon ia J Taylor Co vt Bead ACaibiutn few days because of a sprained knee hurt of Aultuaa Term of tale will U made kaawn a that last week while doing some switching at day Mr Iluiui III J O GKMOKY Irvington Bpietal GttuUlaK uder the aaai tf tale The tale It made by virtue of an order of te a 2 JbU 1111 h ete due u Uie Plv 11 i Hern Jk On v- - St IJIltHJlWIIIIM U K r1 Mmglitll IMH IM WIJ lM fHR HRiHGBlliJiaiDaEl NEWS OLOVRRP0R WJSM nnm j KV i11 8 Ini ii u n iniiimu A FIGHT FOE QVB wild expression ho aroso from his ro cutnbcnt position with n strength born of excitement roseanued tho paragraph that had canght his attention and stir- Â¬ red him and holding tho paper out bo fore him oxi Itiimcd Ill fell you what Raymond t 11 ou what ho is Inez MILLIONS A mcrlcnn What A timid A fraud Yes look hero nnd ho pointed to ho has deieived niti ho tho paper has wronged you Ho lias swindled ov erybodyl Dont excite yourself Phil Lot mo bio whats tho matter Whats tho mutter Ho sent mo hero to kill me Thats what he didl Ill go back tomorrow und Ill live to kill him Ho went walking nrnuud tho room as quickly as his weakened state would allow crushing tho paper in his frenzy and denouncing Raymond What has ho done asked Inez go- Â¬ ing close to him and putting her nrins mound him to sootho him Bvoiythlng Inez overythtngl Tell mo ono thing Ho That ono thing ij everything has What Thero wns n rnp nt tho door Como in said Inez who recogniz- Â¬ ing tho tap as that of the housekeeper lightly ran across and opened tho door Tho old Indy entered tho doctor fol- Â¬ lowing Oh cxclnimed Inez Youre not frightened my child o said Inez Sho had been struck by tho singular resemblauco Dr Loland boro to Isabel Lo Clair Ho was a man about Si years old tho slight stoop of a student mak Â¬ ing him appear less tall than ho actual- Â¬ ly was but detracting nothing frbm his Ho wore a Vandyke beard dignity which mado him look older than his years but notwithstanding that this classid him in a set of men of facial uniformity his bright eye nnd strong Individuality of feature lifted liin abovo tho level nnd distinguished him from his fellows Ho was too well bred to notice Inezs ejaculation of surprise Ho knew tho old housekeeper well enough to know that unless ho stop- Â¬ ped tho fountain of her curiosity right at its source sho would let her linguis- Â¬ tic outpourings ruu nnd carry embar Â¬ rassment to the girl Wo wero unexpected I seo 6nid tho physician presuming on tho licenso ills profession enjoys I nm Dr Lelaud Your good friend nnd initio was under the impression that ou awaited us1 Wo aro glad indeed that you call- Â¬ ed said Inez Tho more formal introduction came nnd in a few minutes Mortimer and Dr Loland wero engaged iu conversa- Â¬ tion Thero was something about tho No-o-- Ill is Uy JOHN J McOINNISS Ii tnpj rKhtCit iVf t lJ began her preparations and in threo days everything was arranged Fran Â¬ cis Raymond had not visited tho Morti- Â¬ mers Ho wrote to Inez oppressing his regrets and telling her that a very im- Â¬ portant matter had mado his presence at Albany Imperative but urged her not to delay on that account Philip will understand tho situa- Â¬ tion he wrote lint when tho legis lutivo session closes I will straighten out my affairs and seek recicatiou iti a Is Rottlcil ho siild Yon must mnho urrniiKCincntN to bo nliscut nomu time DIscIinro tho Burvanta cIchuiiii the liouao nml bo imnpenly ns pimllilo I will ask tho doctor to blo Philip tlilrt iiftornoon and then ho will toll yon whatever ho muy consider wlso uudur tho cjrcnuiHtnnicfl llo klsscil her hand and with n slin plo au rovoir passed ontwurd Strnnge thought Inez Ilo Is bo cool But maybo ho was afraid that it would pain mo to talk of parting and thut it won best to postpone It Her nnxiety for her brother dinpollcd nil other thoughts at tho time Shu It lre ss Association the ladltfl parlor to bco tho housekeep er n woman well along in yeais whoso motherly spirit beamed in her kindly finile Tliu housekiepur advanced to meet Inez and asked Anything 1 can do for you Miss Mortimer I think thero is 1m suro Ill bo happy to do It You dont enro to bother mo sho nddd rcpronchlngly nml It isnt becnuso Im snnppish Is it Why bless ou child Im tho most worried woman you ever saw when people como and go and never asked mo about an thing Per Â¬ haps they imagined I bito tlnlr heads Â¬ tho doctor entered Ho read over tho paragraph ngulti nnd said I may bo wrong But there is one man who can straighten things out I shall write to him tonight or better why not yon coniu homo with ine Vou aro not nblo yet to stand the journey however much I might liko to go Ho Bnid this emphatically It attract- Â¬ ed tho attention of Inez who had just taken leuvo of tho housekeeper Inezs anxious inquisitive look noticed by npiwlprt mi pjcpntor pnd n tlio onV lit ins TPlllHYei nwtl tho property that was oncp beyond civUtenfiqri t sceni cd but on which this hotel nnd tho blocks nrouud lime been erected Moitimor listened nnd onld nothing Ho picked up n paper tho ono he had been lending nnd had dropped when LOLHSVILTE MAItKET IIEI Correctly weekly bjr Iumphrry A taufrr Pro iluce Cdintnlflnn Merchants io Second St bet Main and Market Iouliville Ly The Greatest Season LOUISVILLE KY May 16 lb9t Shipper should mark nil packages tOnlnlr with shippers name and pnat offica adjraaa HUTTKIl Choice country Medium Creamery EUOS Fresh HEANS Michigan Navy Old or Common and colored Prime white goeae Mixed Old No 1 duck 8J 1 Downfall of the Is now going on nt 14 V 20 to 3 IS yi 25 jndlaiia hand picked FEATHERS 71 to 60 to I 00 to 1 1 1 B5 1 8 20 tho Farmers Cash Store It is nlmoltitely wonderful lo bco tho goods we nro soiling theBO so railed Imrd times but it is only a proof of whntcnsh will do Icoplo will go whero they enn nso a dollar to tlio best advantage and you will find that placo when you como in nnd price our goods As it has always been our the doctor awakened his interest Your brother wants to go back ho said Im sure Miss Mortimer jou will join with mo in urging him to remain hero n littlo longer Ho ought to bo guided by medical counsel was her roply Ho prom- Â¬ ised mo ho would 15 25 fti To IS II 20 HIDES dreen rood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins Kooiters per lb POULTRY 3 2S a SNA 7 2U 3Jf 20 ftO 50 off You nro Thats not tho rrnon careful that nothing is required Do you think that isthocanso so and this old fashioned woman who looked upon every guest in thn hotel ns her own appeared to havo u great Iftad lilted off her heart Undoubtedly tlint is it Well now you want something I I told tho girl in coo it Bo plain charge of your rooms to bo very care- Â¬ ful but sho is always blundering and I know sho has made n muss of some- Â¬ thing It isnt anything about tho house 1 nssuro ou I wanted your advice about a physician A physician child Yes lor my brother Consumption Yes Tho old lady nhnolc her head and mused uwhilo before uhosnid Thero is one but I dont know what to day about him Dont recommend ono of whoso abil Â¬ ity ou are in doubt It isnt that child Ho is n very peculinr man Ho will accept no pay for services Ho is not a practitioner He in tho regular henso of tho word has mndo a specialty of consumption It is it hubby with him Ho is tho only doctor I hao any faith in But ho la bors among tho poor Just think of itl You wouldnt speak about bills would Â¬ Six W1 U k u tf a 6AV you home when 1 will have many tilings to toll you Its tho only way I can get out of ho reasoned with lilin it decently bolf ns ho inclosed tho tickets ho had promised If I wont with them thero might bo n scene Mortimer will never como back although n change may prolong his life I can easily write an excuso for not visiting them ask them to remain awhile longer it ho does im- Â¬ prove in strength but pshaw ho can not The doctor sajn his timo is short They nro both out of my way and it is better for hew that she is not in tho city when Isabel becomes Mrs Raymond Ho is killing hliubelf with busi- Â¬ ness was the reflection of Inez ns she and yet perused Raymonds letter ho finds time to think of us nml plan for our comfort Ho will come back whilo sho roread with us and and will havo tho message to bo euro of it many things to tell me I wondor what and sho lifted her head they nro thoughtfully and allowed her imagination to linger among fancies thut were never to pass into the world of actuality Â¬ Â¬ trip to Denver By that timo Philip will bo stronger and I will accompany UJted her head thmirjIitJuMy 6ttm you Oh yes I would hnvo to pay Mm Then he would bo angry with me indeed ho would But tell you and CHAPTER VIII BORROW TO INEZ MORTIMER I w il H ftp FS The Mortimers wero but n short time In Denver ero Philip took n turn for the They worse instead of improving wero at the St James hotel where they had decided to stay until they had selected a placo where tho bustle of city Ilfo was absent and tho air uncontam inated with tho breath of trade the factory smoko and tho exhalations from tho thousand aud ono pestholes indig Â¬ enous to municipal lifo und progress PhilipB declino was a sad blow to Inez She was nlouo in u big city prac- Â¬ tically without friends mut her devo- Â¬ tion to her brother precluded thoughts of aught but him Henco sho had not tho opportunity to search for u country cottage and locate in more congenial quarters Her brothor too had conceived an intense dislike for physicians Their inability to infuso new vigor into his wasting frame was to him sufficient proof of their worthlessntss At tho so- Â¬ licitation of Inez ho continued the med icines prescribed by tho family medicine man ns ho formed him through force of hnblt from his uso of tho nomenclature in the Society of Red Men to which But ho had refused to lisho belonged ten to any more advice from physicians They nro a lot of quacks Inez all of them ho said in a ptovish touo I can get well without them If Im not going to get well I can certainly dio without them Sho was propping him up in bed A tear fell upon tho pillow Ho realized its import a message from a heart suf fering through his ullllctiou poignunt with grief at his helpless stateand he hastened to satisfy tho wish that ho know was hers Ill tell you Inez You can bring in n physician It will pleaso you but they ro no good Inoz had made many friends in tho brief time she had been in Denver Peo Â¬ ple in hotels do not add many to their list of acquaintances except ntsummor resorts whero class distinction sinks temporarily boforo tho generous opera But tion of unrestricted recreation somehow or other from tho boll boy to tho chief clerk on to tho proprietor and through him to guests of pormunence and clinrncter sympathy arose to light Â¬ Not en tho sacrifice she was making through any net of hera was it known that sho had trouble to bear but Philip had become cross was churlish to tho servants imperative in his ways and they imtinctivoly pitied his patient nurse But if Inez suffered it was not ap- Â¬ Indeed sho bocamo brighter parent than ever that morning when Philip consented to allow another doctor to tent Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ But who is this queer man He isnt queer Ho Queer child is ono of the but men on earth and Oh ho must bo Im suro of that said Inez lest tho housekeeper might Joel that a reflection had bcon cast upon her medical friend Yts and youll liko him I know yon will Everybody is in lovo with him Inez had to smile at her earnestness Then sho asked But aro yon suro ho is the best man for n enso liko this Why ho has Positive Positive studied abroad and oh let mo give you his story nud then you will know how good ho is Como over to tho win Â¬ dow and rest yourself whilo I tell you Inez was amused nnd interested amusid nt tho earnestness of tho house- Â¬ keeper nnd interested inasmuch ns that tho narration might afford her tho op- Â¬ portunity to form an opinion on the doctors merits This doctor is n young man His father was killed when ho was but u child Tho father had a mania for buy Â¬ ing land nud when ho died owned con- Â¬ siderable property that is now in the heart ot tho city This has mndo Dr Georgo Lelaud immensely wealthy He was a curious lad The stories of peo- Â¬ ple visiting Colorado for health for a cure for consumption led him into a determination to mako a special study of that disease Ho is still studying and older physicians turn to him for Ho is tho right man counsel Ho is not too young is lie Never mind his age When he comes in I will bring him up stairs and introduce him You want to go away I Beo you do Uoodby for a littlo whilo Whero does Dr Lcland livo Right hero in tho hotel Ill go buck then and await his arrival When sho entered tho suite of rooms occupied by her brother nnd horsolf Mortimer wns lying on n couch reading Tho news tho papers from his home from tho city whore ho was born nnd bied ncted liko a tonic nnd Inez was delighted ut tho chango in his appear Â¬ Dont talk about payment for a timo Ill fix it somehow Trust to mo Ill IWtl M nv in I Dr Loland understands me snid motto that quick sales nnd small pro Mortimer Ill obey his wishes He flU for cash is the only business We should bo moro impatient than I can allbrd to sell cheap we run no bi Why queried Inez risk of bad debts no book to keep Apples old Never mind said her brother Peaches new 4 to 5 Dr Lelaud had been so completely Peaches old unnerved by tho unexpected rovolation Wo buy for cash nnd sell for the WOOL that ho folt it would bo wiser to turn Tab waihed 2A 25 same nnd that is tho end of it So 5 to other subjects until ho could regain Grease fine 17 lft como in while in town and see usns wns not blind to Orease coarse equanimity 12 his 14 Inez we will place on our bargain counters Merino 12 14 Sho nscribed it to some his agitation Burry and Cuts 5 10 to day one hundred nnd twenty ilvo 7 elVi reflection of her brother upon his proMISCELLANEOUS Suits that wo will sell regardless of fession Philip was liable in some- fit Tallow 4K of peevishness to forget tho courtesies Deeswax profit a 21 30 hi 35 required by social low Inez regretted Sorghum Molasses Suits worth 1000 down to 7C0 HAY OKAIN FEED that she had been tho means of bring Ws Hoys Suits worth la5 at 100 ing any ono into n disagreeable situa- Â¬ wharf quote prices to day on Loulsyllle city Suits worrli 850 nt - - 5000 tion Her sympathy went out to Dr OATS Leland No 2 oat 32 38 Suits worli 1250 at - 00 HAY Cultivation may rcservo tho moro Strictly choice 10 503 13 00 Summer coats camlet pants straw forceful of tho feelings that seek ex No 2 11 00 12 00 hatfl and dont forget our immense pression in look and gesture but whero ChoiceMedium 10 00 a 11 00 Good lino oi custom goods tho outburst is restrained more gcntlo Oood Bright Straw 4 75 5 50 indications unconsciously assert them- Â¬ CORN selves Dr Leland felt a strango thrill Choice white Tho Famous Fonvood Shoo kept only by us ami at prices to suit 42H under tho intense solicitudo her eyes Choice shelled 40 tho times Give us n call and bring us your WOOL will pay tho CATTLE betrayed A physician skilled In tho 4 00 4 25 highest market ways of human nature tho lovolincss Oood to extra shipping price for it Light shipping 3 50 3 75 ot this girls character hnd at onco im Â¬ Best Butchers 3 40 ii 3 65 Your Friends pressed him Ho wns not a man to bo Medium to good butchers 3 00 i 25 touched with personal beauty alone HOGS 5 25 5 40 but somehow ho felt hiaisolf envying Choice packing and butchers 5 20 5 25 J Mortimer tho enro nnd nflectiou of Fair to good 6 60 Rough 6 76 which ho was tho recipient IIAliDINSBURG KY Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under4 75 W 5 00 With your permission said tho SHEEP doctor your brother and I will retire Good to extra shipping 3 25 2 75 1 50 a 2 50 Perhaps I may soon Fair to good to Ids chamber The Best Shoes for the Lt jit Money LAMBS n p3 strengthen him You mustnt be dis- Â¬ flood to extra spring 4 75 4 50 couraged Miss Mortimer Our nir hero Fair to good 2 SO 4 00 is good but liko medicine itselt to FOR strnngo lungs It must bo taken under LASTING RESULTS Wo will leave you for SPEEDY and instructions GENTLEMEH VsS VFAT awhile As you will doctor S5 S4 and Dross Shoo ri Mi ILW VuluM from any injunomiubstince r -Tho two men went back to Mort- Â¬ Vlnln vrva lu -GUARANTEC ABI0HIW3or BZBKtS money LAS3I S3 50 Polico Shoo 3 Solos imers room Thero tho unselfishness of We a CURE retund your tho physician first turned to tho physi- Â¬ Irlro S3 00 pep bottle Send 4c tor treatise 2 for Workingnon HIKMONT MEDICAL CO Boston Mass cal discomfort of the patient In words 2 and 175 for Boys thut had n subtle influence upon Morti- Â¬ -k mer impelling him to cheerful acquies- Â¬ ibr-rZMiLADIES AND MISSES Mtif W IVWlHmltZZAtJilK P Oi v cence ho mndo him movo ns ho pleased 3 2 SI7G or until the basis for diagnosis had been CAUTION If nny dealer obtained Vsyk ofTc r you W I Douclua IK5 glioca nt n rpilurrd prlir to dk continukd a a r jfiT in t j susa itJAiiu UT KHJ lit IIUHUHMIl Willi- sets- s Kfmiij c liens per lb 6 a7 Spring Chickens per doz 2 4 00 DRIED AlPLEd AND PEACHES Apples choice bright quarters to Apples average 4 to 5 mm Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ KAYE -- CARTER UOLAS PEOPLEv tw 3 SHOE 350 250 r lib JH Ska ww v WL BANK HAEJOTSBUM Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 7 600 m 8250 i Sunken eyen n pallid complexion nnd disfiguring eruptions indiento that there is something wrong within lxpol the lurking foe to health by purifying the blood with Ayers Snrsapnrilla Cures Krysipelns Eczema Salt Rheum Pim ples nnd Blotches Â¬ i4Lw aejf8i iihvrn gn ystottj OHfir -- - c iN rv IxiUimi K on Urn uiinrit n Otll lllO lltlllll PtllllllHll put him ii fraud The Pretty Girl and The Drummer B F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vice President M II BEARD Cashier O W BEARD 1 -- Dire tor MORRIS ESKRIDUE J R M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS lie went nulling nrouml the room physiciuu that attracted him Not so keen ns his sister Mortimer could not associate the face with that of Isabel Lo Clnir but ho did connect tho name with thut of tho client of his old pre- Â¬ ceptor in law I know u man of your name a Georgo Loland who was killed in Den- Â¬ ver but ho was old enough to bo your father And ho was my father Ho wns Yes What did you know of him Nothing You must have heard something I was a student in tho office of tho lawyor that transacted his business You wero Then maybo you can explain what my father mount when ho Ho said Telegraph my death east left no papers His attorney in Denver had only tho deeds of recent purchases hero An eastern lawyer had othor papers and a will I havo frequently advertised for claims against iny father thinking that creditors would bo most likely to turn up aud givo a clew But no responses wero received Now fato has sent you hero to unravol tho mys- Â¬ tery Tho public administrator ap- - V hlasknllexperimentuponintPliilip und would say mu from improv What pkysicUn should sM wunmonT Mm knew nothing of the reputation of Stw wBt down to ajuy oua ly DMVr Im trying to catch up with tho times Inez lie remarked I had intended to read up myself Wo forgot to subscribo for sho said tho local papois and some good friend has remembered us Raymond I sup poso ns his upology for not writing Raymond writes littlo If I keep on aa I now feel Ill go back soon and in that cuse should ho caro to sea us hero its about timo ho began tho jour- Â¬ ney Inez was so used to hor brothors convalescent periods feo to speak nnd had seen them so often followed by days of weakness that sho was not Inclined to agree with him But it was bettor to acquicsco as sho did by sning You look much Improved Dr Lo land may be able to keep up tho im- Â¬ provement Dr Lelaud Yes yon know yon told mo 1 could call iu a physician It was tho name not tho profession that prompted mo to inquire Why thouaiuo It was that of a client of tho old lawyer with whom Raymond nnd I studied Nothing strnngo in that No Inez nothing It occurred tome and at the snino timo I remembered that ho was killed in Denver Why so was tho doctors father too That Is strange oh never Then Raymond Is mind Raymond l vhat Now Inez dont bother me She turn- Â¬ Tho peevishness returned ed aside while her brother tore the cov Â¬ ering off another aper aud threw the She crumpled wrapper on the carpet looped to pick it up watching him all the while IR eye suddenly toek h Â¬ Â¬ ance she declined it with thanks and a smile then I tried her with n new novel with tho same result thou I sent her somo The Judgement on Hoods Pro fresh fruit nnd it enmo back then I wanted to llx the window for her nnd nouncod by Squire Fogg again tho thanks nnd declination That said lovely smilo is what broke mo up and I was sure if I had tlio drummer half a chanco I would got acquainted About 10 minutes after I had mado tho last oiler tho train stopped at a station and sho nodded for mo to romo over Iiy Georgo I was sure I had mado a 10 slriko and fairly flew to hor sho naked Will you do me a favor with tho saino enchanting smile as if I wouldnt do her a million and tho drummer sighed again with tlio grcotest of Certainly pleasuio said I Well says sho suppose you get off at the station and take tho train that The follow In i testimonial comes fromT M comes along this evening vou make mo Fogg Esq who Is well known throughout Ken- Â¬ dead tired whoro you are tucky as court Justice and Justice of the peace Tho clerks oyea filled with tears and for Bath county Ills words should invoke the confidence of nil who rend his letteri the drummer went out and stood In the C I Hood At Co Lowell JIussi door gloomily Exchange I will say for Hoods Sarsaparllla I believe Tho drummer was leaning up against the hotel counter talking to the clerk You look worried about something said the clerk responded tho drummor I nm promptly I saw tho prettiest girl on tho train to day I havo seen in n dozen vears of travel That oughnt to worry you Pretty women hnvo worried better mon than I nm ventured tho drummer Who was sho Blnmed if I know Didnt you got acquainted with her Of course not you must think I get acquainted with every women I see You do dont you No I dont nor do any of ns Hints a vile slander on tho profession naked tho clerk Did you try to with n smilo of doubt No I didnt Then whats worrying you The way sho treated me What did sho do Tho drummer fired his half smoked cigar at tho cuspidor viciously alter I had ho explained Well been gazing at hor for an hour or so I thought Id try her with n newspaper 50 cents Our Gem Shirts have arrived at Bahhagos Texas R choices W La DOUCLAS Shoes are stylish easy fitting and ghc bebetter con satisfaction at the prices advi rtUid than any other make Try one pair niul inccil The stamping of V I Douglas name anil price on the bottom which guarantees their value tacs thousands of dollars annually to those who wear them Dealers who push the sale of V L Douglaa Shoes gain customers which helps to increase the sales on their full line of goods Tlioy can nfford to soil nt a Ip profit anil wo ballovo you ciill suvo money by buying all your femtweor of the denier udvci Used bolo Catalocuo froo upon application XV X DOUGLAS llrockton Unas O Louisville SI Louis R Co TIME SCHEDULE Takliiir Effect Ai 600 oclek 63 A 2 3TO 22 SUIaZTR Soloverport Joslah Allens M McG lothlan Co unionstar ky ky LES THAN SAMANTHA at the WORLDS FAIR Wilts 60000 hew Botk 700 pages ever 100 Illustrations Sunday Sec 17 1893 COPIES SOLD IN THREE MONTHS Weit Bound IVaina ait Bound Trauii Mall KxprU M Hxpr Kxprs Kxpri Dally Dally 630pm 7 41n Mall m1 STATIONS 6 45 7X 7 47 7J0 765 801 813 8 21 8 JO 8 38 8 45 8 65 9UO 8 00 8 40 8 43 J 00 9 07 IvUnn ptar Kentucky M Weatlolnt Howard Roc Haven I onir llranch llrandcnburtf Irvlngion Sample Stephensport Addlaon S Iman Haweaville K ron Dally Dally 1245pm 8 30pre 12 30 815 11 Ujm 7J5 1147 1132 1124 1111 1107 1059 10 60 7 vumn mwwj OK M nlYMP handsome binding Lverboily wiuj ii YOU CAN MAKE MORE MONEY selling Samantha than in Any Other Way dfr K AGrmswflHttD tcinllittiilf ii i 30 714 7 07 6 48 6 40 6 JO 4QMPM rc3 Til MIDWAY 1 L4I SANLI N O U2U 9 31 9 45 017 658 Guaton 964 04 1014 10 1020 1028 1033 1030 1060 1063 1105 1116 1121 1130 1134 1140 Ioitlburir Ilerce Holt Webater 1U41 10 33 10 25 614 606 662 536 THE HAMILTON PUBLISHING Tb Itmtcbi victilt Iric a by mall or through agenta Cloth UN Halt Ktissia i ui I anilsoiiierroaKectiisaiiiloutnt jrjJVT atVrITt 7 I AOSIX lur agenia imii r minion cot lea sure to tie soli Will sell all tliia yrir Good live BLenlft earn 1 JI In alftfl fifr n k l run it Samantha ilttU once for ternn to aenti tht buktvf Itrauua on my way home about 3 quarts It Roes iihe iioi cahes look soli ictn orders tins mornlnc Thlrt onenamra ukm to tlav j k a w tiv Mi m O CO 5O0 ARCADE CLEVELAND 6 67 6 45 6 40 5 24 6 21 6 09 9 09 9 28 914 917 931 964 1020 1011 1000 10 J 0 BOURNE J M HAUPEn DANIEL DH00K3 Cloverport Shops 9 43 10 02 1007 1012 1018 1035 10 48 10 69 1109 1114 1119 9 48 9 45 9 33 0J Cayce Lcwfaport Falcon Ietrle lates 9 04 922 914 908 868 815 469 4 51 4 45 4 4 4 4 BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO Best tiWorld 11684m 1212pm 1222 1233 1238 Powers iti 36 20 08 Oil 8 40 8 25 8 02 7 64 7 61 7 43 7 35 1242 12 1125 1133 1145 1260 57 Mattlngly Orlffith Stanley Worthlngton Itcada Spottavllle Das etts Owenaboro 3 47 3 41 Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON m l 108 1163pm 114 1210am 130pm arHendcran 727 719 lv 705am 2 65pm 337 330 323 316 310 LouisviMeHadlnsburg TAKING EFFECT Western JULY 29 RJ 1891 STOCK YARDS I LOUISVILI V KY No 3 TIME TABLE II West Hound Trains East Hound Trains Dally Daily ex Sun ex Sun No 8 No f 930am 8 20 8 00 7 40 Jaf j W n RATES ZV PtR DAY Daily I Daily STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun No 6 1100am Lv Irviniton Ar Oarhcld 11 40 Harned 1165am 1212 Harillnaburir Kirk 12 48 Sol 10O 118 1 Jollv nicndetne Dempster 710 7 25 20 33 44 00 6 40 6 SO 145 2 2 2 2 arKallalloiiKhlv 610 Hock vale Uuth Aakins Oaks 69 330pm ArPorriavillelv IHE LOUISVILLE LE 5 37 5 26 618 6 00 4 45am DPRITCHEY MANAQCR SfSiv Jou i svilleKy c ST LOUIS Alii LIKE ST L R R It to be the best medicine In the world In the winter of 93 1 had a bad case of the grip which left my system In very bad shape I tried every Â¬ thing I could find and got no relief In the fall of the same year I bought a bottle ot Hood Sarsaparllla The first dose I took J D BRASHEAR SHORTEST QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO Made n Decided Change for the better When I began taking the first bottle my weight was UT pounds the lightest By the time the second bottle since manhood Evansville TOBACCO BUYER St Louis ALL POINTS AND West and South West Long Brick House inn Cud Ly Louisville 8i05 Effect July 31 1892 had been used my weight was 1 pounds I owe all this to Hood Sarsaparllla and I gladly T M Voaa reeesuaend It to all siiflerers Juttlee ot the Peaee Btuu psburgKewtueky Heeds PIHe eure lift Wi eeastlpaUea ladlgesttea bWamBMi jMSMttee slek HoodsCures hsdb CLOVKRPORT KY Desires to boo all the tobacco farmers of this and surrounding country Dr Arr St Louis TiIO pta 6i45 a m lOiOOpn KraniTllIe liJO Vor further laformatlon call on or address R am8i6 pm4i9 Att pm A CAMPBELL J B CAMPBELL City Tieket OfB Onl Pass St Louis Mo Prices CrMM Baking Powder WtrUi Pair HfeiiMt M4l wl DJftsata St bomsviue ay D P A Louisville K 8 W Cor Third JkMaln I CAN I OIITAIN A IATKNTf For B prompt anawor Ami an boneat opinion writu to M UN S A Ill who hava bad nearly liny years1 experience la toe latent builnois commanlcav A llnmlliouk of InÂ¬ tlonaatrtctly oonllilontinl formation oonewniuaT 1ntenu ami how lo ob Â¬ tain them sent fro Also a catalogue of Buxiian leal ami sclentlftq bnoks aent free Co recelva Iatema taken through Munn apeolal noUoalntbo Hclenllflo American ami thn ara DroiKht widely Dernratna puoiiewiiB- pot coat to tht InTmtor Ibis aeuwdlil papyr defiantly Moat rat M baa by far the baited buyest oinulaUoa of any sotcnUao worl la the aria BU a year campia dwn sent iree BulWlBtf sMWob monthly HJO a year Simla anlaa Jii eanu livery ttiuaiMr ooatala beau- tfrul nUisu la oolon and ratwe or saw ilMUiM With taU MMJiiur Ta r Tl I T SS1I1 will ii mm irimi FsioaaowHia JkaarmMM CO Wtw Tohk BUOAUWAT MUNN 5BHE COPYKIUMI S A0s itkli i alt a7 a MV TffifXVT n miiifcrtiiiifciiiaiMiiniii TTV- v Illicit IH imi1 IIMiii- - illfc Iwi ll I niidllnlilWMIIWWWW1111111 n I m r - w -- - - p t k HOLT esmaitmMamGm LViuirrriirti-z-f-- - nrws f - Breckenridge WEDNESDAY MAY News 10 1801 FARMING IN ILLINOIS PERSIMMON PLAT Items of interest Kcareo Walker While is III tit this writing Success to our homo paper the Nkwm Thu funnels of this section are about done planting corn There was a big log packing at Sluait WcathcrhollH last week Quite it crowd attended piiiyer meellng at liitos Bun last hundiiy Miss Jesslo Hawkins of this place is visiting relatives at Cloverpott Mr Jack Walker who has been very low with consumption for sometime is no better I see that the youngsters are enjoying theuiBclvcs very much hunting onions and greens now Boys get up another ball and get Walt- Â¬ er King nnd Marion Wtatherllolt t make the music Mr Louis Adams of Cloverport at Â¬ tended church ut Tuckers Flat last Sun day week He says there was a large crowd present Russell Hawkins of Cloverport was hero last week shaking hands witli his old friends and telling of his narrow escapes on tho road Mr Charles Furrow of Hites Hun was visiting relatives at this place last week Ho says he finds fanning much easier than using the clippers and razor Bob Blake attended prayer meeting at Tuckers Flat last Thursday night Ed Adams says that Bob got struck so bad on a young lady that his mustache U all coming out There has been some talk of organizI ing n Sabbath School at this place think there is nothing more needed nt this place than a good Sabbath School Please do not stop it but push it forward Wo are satisfied it will be a success Â¬ oLGmo4 itiii hlv fTir7ii niMTtiiYtrrriVjVrTrtiiTaiiiatfitiirfiB unfifitfrni 1 CLOVER CREEK Fa rin oib nro ilono planting corn Mr Guile Hendrick went to Cloyer lort Sntimlay Mr Clnnny DoIInvens wifo presented him with n fine girl May 1st Mrs Martha Hendrick visited Mrs Jim Jolly of Jolly Thursday Mr Wily Hendrlck went to Har Â¬ dinsburg Saturday to do somo shopping Quito a crowd of men and boys went gigging in Clover Creek Saturday night Mr George Squires of Bethel called on Miss IJcttio Board in tho afternoon Sunday Mr Mlko Miller and wifo wcio visit Â¬ ing at Mr Zeno Iloudricks Saturday and Sunday Mr Herbert Heard and Miss Bell Buz by of Ilardiusburg passed by Sunday evening Mrs William Hendrlck is quite ill at the home of hor mother Mrs lhcoba Skillmnn Mr Billy Hendrick bad a flno cow hooked In a ditch by which ho is fearful of losing her Misses Efllo McGary Mary Board and We had a lino ratu Sunday o veiling Tobacco plants are rather scarce with us and most of them very late i J The cut worms arc doing considerable dnmagu to crops in this section Mrs J E Black has been quite sick for several days but is convalescent The quarterly meeting will ho held at this place the flrd Saturday and Sunday of this month Marion Weathcrholt was in Stephens port and Sample two days lost week on olllcial business John Carter and Ed Greenwood at Â¬ tended tho funeral of Jack Walker at Hardinsburg Sunday Quito a number of tho young folks of this place and Addison attend church at Cloverport Sunday Wo wero shocked to learn of the death of our estimable friend Mr Stewart Finch of Folks Bottom Miss Lydia Boultiughotise Addison was visiting her aunt Mrs JasSampley Cloverport Saturday and Sunday W Cartor Tolls of Ills Adopted Homo and Describes Decatur A Great Old Oommonwoalth Tin-- point about this ollYr U one that iver WE PAY THE boil whoever bought Furniture or Outputs mid in Louisville k A Sovereign Remedy He was rather blue and his wife noticing it asked what tho matter was ho sighed Matter enough Ive escape been looking over my books and I find There is nothing I have ever used for I havo lost money every month for the muscular rheumatism that gives me as last year How did you lose it sho inquired much relief as Chamberlains Pain Balm Oh I dont know ho said wearily does I havo been using it for about two years four bottles in all as occasion shaking his head Nor where required and always keep a bottlo of it No in my home I believe I know a good Then she thought a minute and reÂ¬ thing when f get hold of it and lain Balm is tho best liniment I have ever membered what she did when she lost met with W B Denny dairjman her pockctbook and her face brighten- Â¬ New Lexington Ohio 50 cent bottles ed Why dont you advertise for it she for sale by A It Fisher Cloveriort Ky and Kincheloe Meador fe Co Hardins Â¬ asked innocently By George heexclaimed I never burg Ky thought of thatand the next day he had LODIBURG a big display ad in tho paper and tho next and the next and in three months A fine rain last Saturday evening time he was in clover up to his chin W II Gibson was visiting in Sample Housefumlshing Review last Sunday TOBINSPORT KM Jolly was on tho West bound train one day last woek Thos Wroe of Cloverport was over Farmers are late planting corn in tills and attended Sunday School and other neighborhood this spring exercises Suuday Mrs Jas Severs of Union Star was on Marion Hamblcton and Mike Ham tho East bound train Saturday man of Cloverport attended the funeral Misses Cora and Jamie Hendry were of Stuart Finch hero Monday visiting MIks Bobbie Hardin last Thurs- Â¬ Eld Isaac Van Winkle of Anderson day Valley attended tho Sunday School con- Â¬ Mr Bill Otto was in our town threo or vention here Saturday and Sunday four days last week buying staves and It is reported that Jas 1eters will au timber nounco his name as candidate for the Tho cut worms nru getting in their ollico of County Treasurer If this is work very nicely this spring Gardens true it is almost equivalent to saying he and corn fields are being ruined by will be our next treasurer He has held them ollices of trust formerly in this county Bill Otto has quit riding tho little and always made n good cllicient ollicer striped leg mouse colored mule and will Circuit Court set at Canuelton Mon Â¬ back nothing but line saddle animals following are jurors summoned That is right Bill back the best there Is day Tho from here John Ambers and Jim Eng in tho county or none land grand jurors Torn I Lyons nnd It looks as though tho inhabitants of Commodore Folk as petit jurors The the moon are paying this Httlu sublu Â¬ most important cases aro McGinty for nary world of ours a trancient visit to re Â¬ defaulter Carr for tho murder of Bryant claim falling men from all temptations and Artman for the murder of his wife and to make them prrfect and without nnd child sin Anil they all jump onto Sirocco Dkai Stuart Finch whom wo havo poor fellow how aro those blisters get- Â¬ ting that McDaniel burnt on you last reporteil as dangerously sick died at his week You had better take good care of homo hero last Suuday morning at li Â¬ yourself or you might tako blood poison oclock He leaves one b other and sister to mourn his loss besides a host of and become one of tho inhabitants of the Â¬ dead world For after ltambler has relatives nnd very dear friends His re mains were burled Monday at 11 a m roakted you if she gets hold of you again she will eat you up arid there will not in tho uppor cemetery followed by a bo enough left to feed ft snow bird on larvo crowd of people Father II T Lampton of Uockport ltambler just ramble on or you might Ind was hero Saturday and Sunday at Â¬ stay with the young lady that loved that tending the Sunday School Convention man and mixing witli old friends Ho says he is only waiting to hear the summons CUSTER child como home When it is his Mr Zollard Board went to Ilardius- Â¬ timo to enter upon his eternal reward burg Saturday wo feel that ho will go in to the presence Mr Caral Board went to Bonleyvillo of tho Lord laden down with the souls he last Sunday to sco his best girl has beon instrumental in saving as Is a Mr Thomas Skaggs has just returned cart laden beneath many sheaves from Garfield where ho had been visit Â¬ There was a large crowd attended tho ing his parents Sunday School Convention here Satur- Â¬ Mr Clarence Hardaway and wifo at Â¬ day and Sunday Tho essays and oral tended church at Garfield last Sunday speeches were excellent having tho old Miss Sal lie Skaggs of Garfield was tho time ring as they did and Bcasonod with guest of her sister Mrs Florence Board ardent christian love Brother Huffman lost week seemed to bo at his best and in porfect Mrs Florence Board gave a turkey trim and all who missed hearing him diuner on the 20th of April in honor of missed a grand and good thing Taking the birthday of her and her sister Miss his talks all tho way through they wero Bailie Skaggs Several of their friends yery instructive and soul lusplring It were present and all seemed to have a is hoped he may live long to honor ills master In the good cause Ire is In good time Â¬ Nancy Hendrick attended church at Ephises Suuday The spring school at this place is being taught by Miss Efllo McGary who is giving general satisfaction Mr Frank Lyons and wifo nee Sallio Sklllman of Jolly visited Mrs Phicba Skillmnn Saturday and Sunday Mr Charlie Hook of Hardinsburg and Mr Jim Miller wero the guests of Miss Bessio Hendrick last Sunday Misses Bessio Hendrick and Maggie Wilson chartered an old wagon and went to Hardinsburg last Saturday Misses Merica Withers of Stephens port and Maggie Wilson of Cloverport are visiting at Mr Billy Hendricks this week Tho Miller that bos been such a pest at Mr Billy Hendricks by its lingering in the parlorhas been severely wounded by a Hook The youths and damsels in this vicin Â¬ ity nro looking forward to an enjoyable time at tho fishing party which Is to be in Clover creek May l th Mr Zeno Hendricks water gates being washed oway by the rain Thursday his cattle got in his meadow and all the men being absent from tho house the ladies attempted to drive them out and in passing through a wheat field thoy wero fronted by a largo water snake They called Mr Calvin Hendrick who was stripping tobacco in n barn near In The snake was chased to tho creek wheie it found refuge and made its J ltlchoy of Altona was traveling in Kansas lie was taken violently ill witli cholera morbus He called at a drug store to get some metlicino and tho druggist recommended Colic Cholera and Chamberlains Diarrhu a Itemedy so highly ho con- Â¬ cluded to try it The result was im Â¬ mediate relief and a tew doses cured him completely It is made for bowel complaints and nothing else It never fails For sale by A It Fisher Clover- Â¬ port Ky and Kincheloe Meador it Co WhlloMrT Mo Hardinsburg Ky EKRON J week K Bramlett went to Louisvillo Biuk Mound Iiu Apiil 21 1811 Eihtok As you was so kind as to publish my last letter I thought I would try it again Tho weather Is cool and rainy Wo had a considerable wind and hail storm on the 10th blowing down fences nnd uprooting trees The fanners aro pretty well under way plowing for corn Tho cold snap nbout eastcr killed all tho early oats and fruits except cherries and plums Macon county is in central Illinois and one of tho finest arming counties in tho fctato or in any other state Tho country is prarrio and tho soil a black loam All kinds of grain grows well here also fruits vegeta Â¬ bles etc though there isnt much fruit grown hero Decatur is tho county seat It is a business little city of L3000 popu Â¬ lation There are live railroads running through Decatur tho Illinois Central Evansville Wabash leoria Decatur Western Tcrw Indianapolis Decatur Haute and leoria Decatur lias water works electric street cars well paved streets foundries and factories of all kinds They have just finished a 100 They dont farm 000 dollar court houso here liko they do in Kentucky You Beo no hill side plows or jumping shovels You never see a man in the corn field with a hoe They never boo corn here Shey shave bo close to it with the cultivator that it isnt needed As space is short 1 will close I will write somo day and tell you more about Illinois J II Carter Mit Â¬ Â¬ linl the goods shipped home in the country will ensily sec Its n FREIGHT FOR 200 s5M REE MG ENOUGH to influence a ptiiclmocr in OUR FAVOR were thcie no OTHER reasons Hut theres ONE MORE Its this We sell gooes on COM MISSION ns AGENTS for the FAC Wc nsk no profits over the TORIES big item nn item Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Wc nro continuously hand luig consignments of all classes of goods1 factory prices M rv MILES ON 5POINT some of the finest merchandise on caith and some of the cheapest which have been put into our hands for IMMEDIATE SALE at whatever prices you are willing to pay for them In such cases the purchasers get the ENTIRE BENEFIT and the factories stand the loss TRY THIS WAY OF BUY i FURNITURE CARPETS ET CETERA IflflHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHlL Write if youre not coming to Louis- Â¬ When you do come come to head qiimlcrs ville ING S T MOORE J CO Manufacturers Agents 438 440 W Jefferson 439 441 443 W Green last Mr Will Smith was married last Wednesday in Louisville to Miss Flora Stith Irs Willett and Shnckletts new ollices on Main street make quite and improvement in our little town Miss Mamie Dougherty and sister Miss Annie Laura and Miss Mollie Board visited Miss Melissa Archer Saturday evening There will bo a meeting at Ekron Sat unlay May 12th to reorganize tho Meade county base ball club All interested In the sport should attend Mr J T Jones and wife and Misses Lillian Taylor and Lilly May Shacklett went to Itock Haven Saturday to visit Mr and Mrs Hnydeu Miles Mr Henry Elder of Cloverport mov Â¬ ed in the property on Main street bo longing to Mr Win Elder and will work witli Mr B B Shacklette in the black Â¬ smith trade The Pay Train Ono of the most welcome trains that is the Pay comes over tho Texas train It is ono of tho most accommo dating trains that runs over the road too It stops at every station tank nnd section nnd drops a few hundred dollars then glides on to the next making the honest toiler gladder and brighter for having pushed his way Kailroads and railroad men have their redeeming traits as woll us other people but they seldom get credit for anything good thoy do People are not looking for this from a railroad and tho consequence is they never see it Thousands of dollars aro distributed nlong every lino of road that tho general public hoars but lit I lo of And yet you follow upa pay car and see the dollars that are scattered all along tho lino and you find out that itH not i one sided thing by any means It takes lots nf money to meet tho current expenses of any road nnd while there seems to tho uninitiated that railroads get all tho Â¬ If ever a man feels like a poor wo m of tho dust It is when he gutters from that tired feeling Ayers Sarsaparilla removes this discouraging physical condition and imparts tho thrill of new lifo and energy to every nerve tlssueuiusele and fibre of tho whole body SHE FOLLOWED A LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ HIM Custer Husband Steals His Child and Leaves but His Wife Camps on His Trail mportant Announcement WWPWW WWF TO THE HEADERS OF it ji H Â¬ CisTKit Ky May 10 Cal Pickerol and wifo havo separated and in tho lutiiro will pursue different loutes along the pathways of lifo ant week Air Pickerel slippid oil from home and simultaneously with his departure thu Iwby disappeared from home It was reasonably supposed that he had left for distant parts and that ho had taken baby with him Ills wifo was of this opinion and start Â¬ monoy theres n va t deal of it finds it ed on his trail She traced him to Lou- Â¬ way back to tho people There is not n isville nnd found him in that city Thu corporation in Breckenridge county that baby was with him and after procuring pays as much money direct to tho people it sliu returned to Custer Sho has gone yet they git very to her mothers at which place she will as does the Texas little credit for it make her home in the future THE BBEOKENBIDGE 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round city Monday in their pants ami it Is all right but when Mls Mngglo Bowmcr is visiting at spent Thursday with his sister Mrs Jas Illgus the pants get on a tear ir v Winchester Cut worms are using our gardens as a Something nice for lunch current sort of n slimmer resort and mowing pics Sulzers down plants at their leisure If you want your wool carded tako It Mrs Baldwin came with Mrs II O to M llaiiuuau Jolly from Morgnntown to attend tho MOST PERFECT MADE Lot us decorato your lloor with a now burial of the latters husband A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free W II English held services In tho carpet Sulzers from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant Universally acntri 40 YEARS THE STANDARD Laco curtain stretchers you want Baptist church Saturday and Sunday Leading Fine cortee or the World Preaching some good sermons one at Sulzers BRECKENRIDGE Young men for your own sakes moral- Â¬ iEWS The best thing for you to do is to buy the kind of They lit the form our mens and boys ly and honorably if for no deeper moclothing Sulzers clothing that wont get on a tear the kind we We are prepared to WEDNESDAY MAY 10 1801 tives quit fishing on tho Sabbath manufacture Let us fix you up with lly i crceiis of Our own make clothing is made by At n call meeting Saturday W H alt kinds Sulzurs first class mechanics and the beams are sewed with silk Dawson was called to take chargo of tho LOCAL BREVITIES furnish you with the Leading James McKaughn of Stephensport Baptist church for tho ensueing year No rip no tear was in tho city Saturday Mr loin Brinly Sr tho great plowIco cream every day at tlio City Bakery No cuss no swear Worlds Fair first premium furniture man of Louisville spent several days Fanoy striped and plain ducking Sul- Â¬ polish at M Ilammans Try it wjth his son Jako Bilnly a few weeks zers Miss Bettio Bowmer is visiting Miss ago All kinds of cool drinks at the City Matrimony has struck this port in tho Nellie Major at her homo in Ixutisvlllc Bakery form of an epidemic and consequently Jesse Weatherholt went to Webster Now wall paper this week at T V wo aro terribly beset with brides and OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIERS of the World Sunday to paint a houso for Mr Dooley Sawyers grooms Miss Flora Smith of Cannelton Ind S EComorTliird and Market Sts Louisvillo Ky Hev S G Shelley will preach at Holt Tho Stephensport Athletic club played is tho guest of her cousin Miss Maggie tho Chapel to night Stephensport scrub nine Saturday A Farber The score standing IV2 to 0 in favor of the Willi paper il cents single toll at T The ax falls and makes another deep Athletics ou F Sawyers cut in the prices of hats at Miller A Mis Amanda Smith and daughter ANOTHER VICTIM Miss Ella Dowden of Brandenburg IS Lightfoots Miss Idelle of hardinsburg are hero visiting In this city Frank Boyd came up from Unioutown to spend a few weeks with their son and Special bargains in sailors at Miller John Corrigan of Chattanooga Saturday to seo his wife aud recently brother Mr It A Smith T J White of Big Clifty Has tho Ligbtfoots Saturday For antediluvian ideas on chivaree- arrived son Tonn Losos His Loft Arm at Teachers remember the Cloverport Life Crushed Out of Him by ing and all slch call on a fow of our Couio aud see our hats all shapes and The Acme Brick Works Normal begins June 11 old bachelor friends in this community sizes Our prices cannot be duplicated a Falling Pile of Medical Tobacconist and Clerkship The Cloverport Normal will bo n vig Â¬ Miller A Lightfoot acci Â¬ Tho regular weekly brick plant persuasion They dont know it is orous term of honest work That cool and refreshing drink clar This Tho Fatal Accident Occurs Near dent occurred Monday morning clean outen date Ixjave your orders for ico cream and ret pineapple strawberry and orango Mr Roland Wadlington Lowisport Whoro tho Texas clerk at time it was at the Acmo plant and John sherbert at Uicdel Cos lemonade Sulzers Roberts Blain A Cos and Miss Lizzie Corrigan got his left arm torn off Pile Driver Is at Work Cream sodas lemonade milk shake Our shoes wont make corns grow on Cox of Louisvillo wero united in mar- Â¬ This is tho second week of tho Acmes ico cold sweet cider at Iliedel Cos your feet but they will make coins grow riage at the homo of tho brides sister in running for this season and everything Ihivo your prescriptions compounded in your pockets Sulzers THE KNOT SLIPPED Louisvillo Wednesday May Uth P S Our Ts are excellent A re- Â¬ lias been moving off as smoothly and Will please you to a T by Chas Martin Druggist and Pharma We originate others may imitate but ception was given them at Mr Nat Wad successfully as could bo expected turn- Â¬ cist our select line of fancy eating is in the lingtons near Union Star tho following ing out from 10000 to 50000 brick o day A distressing accident occurred near Both the packets met at Tobinsport mouth of overybody Suiters John Corrigan was running the pug Lowisport last Thursday tho 10th inst day The couple will make this their Misses Mina and Grace Taul Clover home 8j53j JPlRor mill fr Sj rP Tho pug mill is where the clay which resulted in the instant last Sunday They had been delayed by death of Creek were in the city Thursday and fog News readied hero Monday tho 7th after having been crushed and sifted is T J White ono of the pilo driving crew Ira that Henry Jolly the stepson of Samuel thoroughly mixed and tempered It has of tho Texas road Fine photographs all sizes and latest paid the News oflico a pleasant visit It will pay you to examine our largo Gilbert was drowned at Rumsey and on a revolving shaft running tho whole Tho pile driver had been at work novelties made on short notice at lino of goods and low prices before pur Â¬ 11 n fn 11 mu iuiiuiui yuiy 41m uuu nun uiuuglll leiiKth of it on which are fixed several there n low days making soino repairs to Knights gallery chasing elsewhere Miller A Lightfoot These knives with one a trestle ami the particulars of the acci here A fter i short prayer service at Ids largo knives Fim Uint Two elegint rooniH cither If your nuts and uncles have comu to parents homo lie was taken to Union Star revolution of tho shaft cut through every dent ivni about as follows Thorn is a furnished or uufurniMhed Apply to stay with you this summer use Star Ain for interment chain tied at tho end of the pilo rope Wo now have our Spring Stock of Furniture The deceased wasiin hon inch of space in the pug mill llahbnge J no onia water it will make em go Sul- orable upright and good citizen and well It is the duty of the man who attends which runs over tho pulley and it is by far tho handsomest in the by which Frank Mercer of Hardinsburg showed zers thought of by all A wife and two child Â¬ to it to watch closely and seo that noth- Â¬ tho piles nro lifted and placed between county his pleasant face on the streets of Clo We meet tho demands of good taste in ren aro left who liavo the sympathy of ing goes in except what belongs there tho leaders and under tho hammer Tho verport last Saturday millinery goods and carry in stock hats tho community also parents and sisters and keep turning water in to give the pilo had been lifted to a perpendicular Every body over on the Branch is that aro up to date Miller A The first Sunday in May B A Copass clay tho proper moisture and was in position between the leaders getting ready to take in Browns excur- Lightfoot Mr Corrigan saw a small pine stick to be driven when tho driver should held his last servico in tho Baptist church sion Saturday March Mrs W G Short of Uniontown and Tho members very much regretted giving fall out o the carrior into tho mill and reach the spot at which of every description nnd all varieties it was to drop The news comes to this ollico from her two sons Masters Willis and George up so good 11 pastor but ho was so situat Â¬ reached his left hand in to get it Ho Just at this moment tho knot in tho everywhere that the cut worms are play- Â¬ were tho guests of Mr and Mis G W ed as to be unable to accept tho chargo was not quick enough aud ono of tho rope which fastened it to tho chain Short Monday ing havoc with the corn crop another year His last sermon on Sunday knives came over and caught his arm suppeu tnus releasing tho pile and it John W Bates moved Monday into evening was splondidand an appropri- Â¬ just about the elbow splitting that mem Â¬ fell and in falling struck Whito killing For all kinds of repairing of boots and in Oak and Walnut upholstered in plush shoes call on Goo Sehafler Wall street the property on High street next door ate one from tho 13th chapter of -- d Cor ber to the wrist and leaving the bones of him instantly s above tho Cloverport Hotel recently 11 verse tho foro arm bare The next revolution Finally brethren farowell What caused tho knot to slip is not and Brussels one door above Neusoms olliee vacated by G W Jordan and will keep bo perfect bo of good comfort bo of 0110 tore tho bones from their sockets and as known It had been tied by White Custom niado shoes to order best a boarding house mind live in peace and tho God of lovo ho called for help and fell back his arm himself or by a Mr Ellington a fellow work neatest fits Geo Sehafler Wall workman Mr J G Brashear the fore- Â¬ Because of laws recently enacted no and peace shall be with you Services was virtually banging in strings man was tho first to street one door above Neu coins ofllco Ho was carried to tho ollico aud medi Â¬ tho double hitches notice that ono of druggist is allowed to sell poisonous were closed with one addition to tho in tho knot had Mrs George Weathcrholt who has drugs to minors unless they bring Dr Owen was tiio slipped and ho called to Whito to get cal aid summoned a writ Â¬ church with French mirror on botli washstaud and been visiting at JelTersonvillo Ind for a ten order from parent or guardian Per- Â¬ out of the way Monday evening May 7th tho home first physician to arrivo and ho temporar dresser White beiiur thus notlfipil of Mm Inn couple of weeks returned homo yester- Â¬ sons who oro in tho habit of sending chil- Â¬ of Mr and Mrs L It Adkisson was mado ily dressed the disabled arm so that tho ger ran down tho track in tho day dren to drug stores for medicino should ono of gayety and brightness Tho oc- Â¬ man could bo moved to his boarding the pile was falling Ho saw direction the pile Mrs Alonzo Bennett of Bowloyvillo coming and bent his head forward as if remember this and save themselves casion being that of the marriago of her house to protect himself but lie could not and Mrs Ilettio McCans of Big Spring tronblo of having to send tho second sister Miss Kate Hawkins to R A Shell The unfortunate man was brought are the guests of their sister Mrs S G timo by sending a written order with man At 8 oclock p 111 the couple en- down town in a carriage and doctors escape Tho great heavy pilo struck of every stylo mm anu crushed lilm to tho earth Shelley their children Tho slipping of the knot was tho solo tered tho parlor and tho ceremony that Owen Watkins and Simons amputated Rev A J Hess Grand Reporter of mado them ono was said by B A Copass bis arm about half way between tho causo of the accident The machinery v Call at Martins drug storo for milk was all bran new having just been fin shake lemonade ginger ale club soda tho Grand Lodge State of Kentucky Tho brido was looking quite pretty in a elbow and shoulder ishednt tho shops in this city Every Â¬ Knights of Honor lectured hero in tho costume of cream crepon and laco Tho Tho accident is a deplorable one but thing was stout champagne cider and mineral water all and working perfectly with as many crooks and twists in the legs Baptist church last Friday night Ho groom looked as all grooms do tho usual Mr Corrigan can attribute it to his own on ice tho same knot had been used in lift Â¬ as you will find anywhere Ho was standing ing that same pilo to place it in position had a crowded house and his remarks black This was a very quiet affair thoughtlessness Now hats and flowers just received the for chipping preparatory to being driv cheapest over brought to Clovorport were listened to with interest Ho is an There being no ono present but the beside a lever that is used in throw- Â¬ 011 eloquent entertaining talker andhis lec- Â¬ immediate families with tho exception ing the mill out of gear and stopping it give us a call and be convinced Miller White was a married man about 30 A man ycnr of nB ftn1 leaves a wifo ture did the littlu band of struggling K of few friends Tho brido is tho daught- Â¬ when anything goes wrong A Lightfoot and two of II in tills city lasting benefit er of Mr Gardner Hawkins while tho might put his hand in there ninety nine children Hishoino wasatlllgCliftyand Itev W B Itutledgo will preach a ser- Â¬ and an assortment of Spring Wire and Cot Â¬ his remains Mero taken there for burial Â¬ Capt James Heiiuon gave an excur- Â¬ crooin is ono of tho firm of Shellinan times and not get caught but the hun mon next Sunday night for the benefit ton Mattresses Dont forget us when you sion picnic to a party of Hawesvllle Bros druggists At 0 oclock tho guests dredth timo might tear his arm off In of ilio young ladies Their presence is get ready to buy young peoplo last Friday to Smiths were invited to the dining room where this instance tho hundredth timo came especially desired grove in Holts Bottom Tho handsome a supper awaited them that did one good first For pure drugs medicines also drug Â¬ little tug Lena Archer was carrying to Tho homo of Mr Corrigan is in Chat Very Respectfully behold Mr and Mrs Shellmau oc- Â¬ gists sundries call on Chas Martin pre- Â¬ the crowd and Bhe touched at this port cupy the cottage next door to Roberts tanooga Tonn He came to Cloverport scription druggist and pharmacist next and took qulto a number of Clover- Â¬ a stranger about three months ago hunt- Â¬ Blain A Co on First street door to layno A Co ing work and has remained hero since port youths and maidens on board All BF If you are going to paint either your report a grand time Mrs Bannister of that timo waiting for tho brick plants to UNION STAR your buggy this spring it will Ilawesville was tho chaperone houso or start knowing that ho could then get a Hardinsburg Ky Men and Women pay you to buy your paints from J Max Mrs Mollio Jolly is on tho sick list job It is distressing that his patient iS7 Willett Ekron Ky The New Catholic Church No weddings to report from this place waiting should bo thus rewarded Boys and Girls Bill Iierco came home from Louisville I think tho Relief that is Herbert Last Saturday was the day set for re- Â¬ one day last week sick He has ty Â¬ ceiving bids for the building of the new Bruner was out in tho country last Sun- Â¬ ST JOHNS DAY to Oall and see phoid fovcr and is at the residence of St Rosas Catholic Church Several daybusiness unknown Ills brother H B Pierce Mrs Henry Jolly has our heart felt Extensive Preparations for a Great persons came from different places to those Doppos bridge cruo is working on the inspect the plans and the malls brought sympathy in her late sad bereavemont Masonic Celebration at rail road bridge over Clover creek in other bids Twclvo bids in all wore re- Â¬ May God be merciful to her and watch Louisville this city They are preparing to drive ceived from contractors from Louisville over thoso two fatherless children If you havo wool to soil bring it to us and get tho top market prices for piling and put in a new bent The Masonic Bodies of Louisvillo havo to Troy Ind but Clovorport was suc- Â¬ I have been a diligent reader of the it Wo will treat you fair wo will sell you goods at tho All the common school branches will cessful Tho contract was let Monday Nkws for years and with a fooling of arranged for an entertainment at tho lowest and givo you tho highest prices for our wool be roviowed at the Cloverport Normal to James M Lewis and beforo tho Nkws pride I have witnessed tho rapidity of Auditorium June -- 5 for the benefit of and avery one whether far advanced or goes to press again dirt will bo broken its growth And in its columns I have tho Masonic Widows and Orphans Home Tho grand scenic anil pyrotech ofjust beginning will find his wants met always found much to interest mo and nic for tho new structure spectacle Amerlcus will bo iven A complete steam threshing outfit will will bo erected at a cost of of late I havo become vory much inter- Â¬ Ono Thousand Dollars in gold will be The church be sold at public auction at Gregorys 15000 in tho rough and when finished ested in some of its correspondence es- Â¬ distributed anions thoso holders of tick- Â¬ warehouse in this city on Thursday May its cost will approximate ton or twelvo pecially Slrrocco At first he seomod an ets who guess nearest to tho tempera Â¬ 1 31 See ad Commissioners Sale In thousand enigma but now that I have learned to ture between June J and July is uoth 300 inclusive Tho largest present Oil auothor column The plans and specifications wore understand him I udmiro his plain mat and the smallest 10 Tho tickets cost It is reported in Holts Bottom that drawn by Mr M F Mowbray of Fifth ter 01 aei yot comic way 01 writing up fifty cente each Full descriptive circu- Â¬ Catalogue Free there Is a thief in that neighborhood and Jefferson streets Louisville Ky It the nows And when lie begins to size lars will be sent on application to tho The citizens both white and colored are will bo a modem structuro of modern upsomo of tho snnctilled peoplo I al- Â¬ Mtt8Diilo Widows and Orphans Homo Louisville Ky Goods aroused and threaten a coat of tar and design and improvements and will un- Â¬ ways wish I was just close enough to feathers if lie dont leave tho vicinity doubtedly add to the beauty of the city givo him a long and loud hurrah fori Quarterly meeting at HoltsChapol bo cannot wield a pen sufliciently skillful to gins Saturday Services Saturday morn Agent Will Marry This Morning help him in that way The truth Is ho ing ami Sunday morning at 11 oclock Mr George Bentley and Miss Pearl needs no help to do battle with thoso who aro thin hollow-chest-- od Love feast at I SO oclock Sunday morn- Â¬ Miller will bo married at 1130 oclock a that have attacked him I always read or growing loo fast are ing Preaching in the Elm street moth in to day at tho residence of tho brides his letter over sovoral times they havo 1 mado Strong Robust and odist church at night of tho ring of the genu uncle Mr F N DHuy in this city so much All tho proporty belonging to tho Immediately after tho ceremony the ine old fashion religion and old time Healthy by Breckenridge Company limited was happy couple will start forrinovllle Ky sentiment in them that I drink doep of Wo havo an immenso stock of goods and wo want to sell sotnoof them now sold at Commissioners sale last Saturday where they will make their homo Wo want rnoro room in our storo Coino If you want to buy goods their contents Ho is right some toy ltemember each ono that buys 1 ono dollars cheap for 15500 Master Commissioner V The groom is a young Englishman who with tholr religion as in child hood we immmmmmmmmmmmr G Babbage did tho selling and Win came to Cloverport a fow years ago to toyed with our play things and wo worth of goods with cosh or marketing is entitled After the superintend tho mining business of the studied them just as deeply Old time to a guess at tho Jar of Tins for the elegant Hopper was tho purchaser sale Mr Hopper made tho remark that Breckenridgo Company limited Dresser Clock and Toilet set lie religion was good enough for my aid moÂ¬ ltemember tho place it wag no longer tho Breckenridge Com Â¬ lias recently been transferred to tho ther and its good enough for mo pany Limited This indicates that prob- Â¬ mines at linevillo He is a polished no YOU KNOW tho Croam of Cod llver Oil ably the property has actually changed gentleman and a splendid young business That MIsa Sallle Richardson Is our It contains material for mak- Â¬ lower girl hands It Is a splendid investment at man TJTSTOIfcsr JECST ing healthy Flesh and Bones That Alpliy Cashman is a good boy 15500 aa the property is valued at The bride is the daughter of Mr P H That Jim RickatU Is very fond of la Cures Coughs Colds and 8BKH 100000 Miller well known In this section of the dies society Weak Lungs Physicians the Ky i AltlbnudN Uili 111 VIIl That Alf Root waste to ma rv state and she is one of Cloverporta isoat nmu lllrlnnllnnr wVlTZiVY SiTT Many Persons ii That Bob Caehmau I aa old bachelor world over endorse It charming gul aoseoiplUhed young owwork of booMtMH iWwa B c J MalkMtilfltoBllnsltTCuuilor Inunlir Villiin m JTiTS in fcakBrownsfro Iran Hitters That Mies Maggie Cart it eoeaged UwlUs a anivr m U fcMM ky SMrfis That June Haynw ta the uIUt man Am rlimrinii Tnanvm U NiwIUiUtt or trw fidTriTRV4 The Kbwh exUiMk oongmiuUtikMw in ten mites of our town LkrLattfc JWrl timi j U WWttWTntmmrii wimaiior MttMk 9k i lHf4WSHAwMNy wrr7zr VWCfJ CREAM Men Get On A Â¬ a Tear Gm DMH BAKING POWMR -- It Is All Wrong j9rTzi pound next time need Coffee Â¬ JULIUS WINTER CO Fine Coffee 1 INSTANTJEATH Try Cloverport Ky v ii 1 Â¬ Furniture I Rocking Chairs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Folding Couches Chamber Suits Side Boards Â¬ Center and Stand Tables Safes with Solid Glass Fronts V Wanted 1000 Beard Co Columbia Bicycles WOOL Our Stock of Goods Consists Carpets Cloths Rugs Straw Matting Notions Dry Shoes - Children 7Yr4M Groceries Tinware Hardware China THIS Glassware Scotts THE BEST Emulsion Nt PHOENIX LIME CO Stephensport NEFF KACIN wBt Mf otto AHDfSMtaU ASK FOR IT ESS S UlNunnn rowYurircr7 G DrtTABrntiMiii i- FwllCMWtKryA AUuruuAEKVSMKEii u VI8UKIlftn4by O a MAUTIN lifmjl ia 8 lmW11 Jj3kZ riflMaMUM jtmkmi-piUMrM- ri m - wr MlpW6W MMMMMMMiaaMMlSHillHHHIHH JjMMMWnVM TH BRRGKlSmSiDGR NRWB GU6vRkPOi3I KV year from that time I received license to preach and on March 2Sth 18S0 I tried to preach my first sermon in Cedar county Mlssioitri nnd from that day to tins 1 have been doing my best along this line About tho last of March of thin year I left my home MarshlleldMo to pay my mother who still lives in Kentucky n visit After a nights ride over the Frisco lly I found myself in tho great metropolis of Missouri St Louis After looking around tho Union Depot for aw bile and wondering where so many people came from and wheie they were gong I took tho Air Line for Louisville Ky reaching that great city in safety saying as I touched the soil This is my own my native land The land that gave me birth A few hours run on the Tixas bought me to Hramlcuburgw hero I started froiiiflfticn years ago A few more hours on horse Â¬ back brought mo to my my mothers house How changed Tho old double log house has been torn away and a beautiful framo has taken its place The old home is not what it used to bo Father and my sister Mnttie Bleep side by side in tho old church yard My brother Kobert followed my footsteps in tho express business and after six or eight years hard toll his feet grew weary on the shores of time and he sleeps to day neath the soil of Alabama far away from his mothers house and those that loved him best Many of both young and old have left the shores of time in the last few years and according to nature we rhall all soon bid farewell to earth and earthly things I noticed a marked improvement along all lines Tho fanners have found out that it is better to improve their land by clovering than to keep clearing new land and wearing it out If this had been done long ago it would be hard to beat old Kentucky I could not leave the state without going to see the old mill just above Brandenburg I think it is the first mill I ever saw It was what we call an overshot mill that is tho water runs on tho wheel and forces it round Time has made great changes there for the great wheel and the raco are gone the miller has gone but the grand old beech trees still brave tho storm and look down upon the old mill IHghcal of all 11 Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Rq oit RoYal m 10 Baking Powder J M Phillips had three wharfboats there at that time so I applied to him for a job as clerk on one of them He asked me what I could do I told him that I know nothing of business but was willing and anxious to learn and that I would undertake anything that he might offer He said he would pay my board for a month and thus give mo an appor tunity to learn the business and then if I proved an apt scholar he would give mo work At the end of the month he 1 made mo clerk of ono of tho boats served him as best I could for about two years when I concluded that wharf boating was too slow and applied for a job on the train as express messenger My first run was on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad running from Cairo tor Mobile Ala At tho end of four years hard work and being in several wrecks I re Â¬ signed at Sanfred Fla with my consti- Â¬ tution sonic what broken down Not being very favorably impressed with tlm lund of Plow era I wended my way to the beautiful city of Springfield Mo where I engaged in the commission busi- Â¬ ness with V It Pisher as senior partner We worked successfully together for about two years when we desolved part- Â¬ nership At this point like the prodigal son I came to mybelf and began to study my own condition realizing this con- Â¬ clusion that if I went on in sin as I had been the grave would soon close above mo without hopo and without God in So I said I will return to the world my fathers house where there is plenty there is plenty and to spare And so I did and in an old house on Phelps Ave in Springfield Mo found pardon for all my sins and rest to my soul In about a Tried liny well bo nnitl True of tho Superior Modiiitie tho Htnndiml blood purifier Let Us Send You One mlnwwl nlsa mJLvbLi wmMat nta M m ABQWTEDf PURE Breckenridge J no D AVERS SARSAPARILLA Its long record assures you that whnt hns cured others A MAMMOTH BARGAIN New nobby Spiinp Suits for gentlemen mi hack number styles A LITTLE COLUMN FOtt THE 1 ever one sm no somber colors bright tin a dollar fresh fiom News 1894 the mint LITTLE FOLKS 10 T 0 BabUgti Editori and Froprlitn WEDNESDAY MAY will cure you roof conscious of their might On Sunday tho 15th of April I bade goodbye to all at my old home and 10 10 10 sio HIS CAREER A Partial Account of tho Experience of a Moado County Prodigal Son Â¬ went to Brandenburg where 1 remained W B Morgan Goes From Farming Down to Preaching in tho Short Space of Thirteen Years HIS SOUL IS SAVED Monday morning being for tho night so beautiful tho sun shining so lovely caused tho old town to put on an attract Â¬ ive air and thus it was more beautiful than I had over seen it Tho old town has improved wonderfully I took tho train at Weldon that morning and at Wednesday I arrived at 4150 a m home W 11 Moikian Marsbfield Mo Never were such values given for ten dollars before even by the Mammoth Sacks Frocks Cutaways in the advanced styles that have always made us unique among the clothing stores of the city your choice for io Let us send you one by mail Send for Catalogue and see this suit pictured IF YOU ARE SOCKLESS Send for a box of Sox made of pure Maco yarn o gtiage fine with Spliced heels and toes in three new shades of blue color i for box of 6 pairs wortli guaranteed 35c per pair Our 5 Combination Suits are great favorites with mothers the Combination delight of the boys Suits we call em because with every Suit is a Coat two pair of rants and n Cap all lor fq llic cap is trimmed with hraitf narrow or deep and the Suit is made of beautiful gray wool liomcspuu cloth This is the greatest bargain we have ever ollercd in our Cliil liens Clothing Department Mail orders filled promptly for children of 4 to 14 years old it ff t r vi ONLY Dear Sir I was bom and raised in Meade county Ky about five miles My father was a west of Brandenburg fanner therefore 1 was brought up on a farm but can say that 1 never appreciat Â¬ ed the occupation and determined to Pearly cast my lot in another direction on the morning of August 1st 18S1 I concluded that I would go to Cairo 111 that probably I might strike something there that would suit me So on the afternoon of the above date in company with my brother Bob whose body now sleeps in tho guiet cemetery of Hunts ville Ala I hade farewell to homo and friends and native btate with tho deter Â¬ That night I mination to sink or swim said goodbye to my brother nnd took the boat for Cairo 111 reaching that city in Urn afternoon of the 4th of August 1881 Â¬ KIRK J K Monarch and family were visit Â¬ ing at Matthias Millers last week Who is going to build that tobacco house somebody will and then you will see whero you have missed it Itemember Browns excursion to Lou Â¬ isville Saturday May JO Only 100 ior the round trip Tho voice of the plowman is heard in tho field breaking the stillness and call ing our memory back to youthful days wo when we too sang out as it were haw back come here to you Born to tho wife of James Wheatley twins a girl ami a boy weight nine pounds each Jim when lost Been was making for the forest at a two forty gait strange some people will seek solitude from excess of joy Â¬ 1 WATCH FREE 12 We will continue to give an elegant Watch Chain and Charm free with every cash purcliase of in one or different departments or over For tho loveliest Junior Suits we have ever been able to oher for tho money with all our purchasing jiower ages I to 14 Scores to choose from Mall orders invited I into the Mammoth when in town and get a nice Whip for 25 cents Drop 250 WHIPS yc SHOE and CLOTHING COMPANY Mnrkot hot 4th and 5th Sts CEaS2SrwBCToregCTTT jhtctow SSrfEESEfflKSEEBESEE zzmnrnfwy-wir-wTixwMmKrrTt a KLEINHANS SIMONSON hm 3ME O T LOUISVILLE KY wirra FROM FOEDSVILLE TO LOUISVILLE TURDAY MAY INFAMOUS Tho 26H1LY HARDIN GROVE IND Matt Howard went to Canneltou Mon- Â¬ day The box supper at Borne proved to be a total bucccss Mrs Barnlo Gilliland the well known music teacher was in Home last week Clarence Wheeler wont to Tobinsport Tuesday and to Canneltou Wednesday Kunice Wheeler Bpent last week visit- Â¬ ing her counin Stuart Groves of Borne Mannie Brashear spent Saturday and Sunday visiting friends and relatives in Borne Miss May Connor of Cloverport is visiting friends and relatives at this For the Round Trip from all Stations on the L H W xF - Independent Candidate Is a Traitor to Decency and Honost Principlos to Sacrifice His Own Good Namo and Soil His Friends for Solf HE IS A HOG Ho Is Willing Conventions and primary elections are to the party in tho ascendency an unavoidable necessity and quite often a dis Â¬ agreeable ono Tho party In the minority can easily effect an organization for an approaching election without resort to either becauso men aro slow to embrace a doubtful chance and instead of having a number of candidates to rule ofrthey usually have to solicit some one to accept the empty honors Without organiitiou as is usually accomplished through a convention or primary the party in tho majority would as often meet defeat as victory and as a result tho minority of the people would have tho representative lolitical parlies represent organic and vital principles which aro of vital importance to the welfare or prosperity of tho people or state and every true man should give duo consideration to tho principles of a party beforo ho enters its ranks and if thought to hold principles that coincide with his views ho should give it his hearty and Intelligent support As no important measure that has any opoaltion can bo successfully carried into ellcct without organization it is of tho utmoht importance that wo submit to the will of tho majority aa expressed through tho medium of the Convention or primary of tho party holding our principles Our political principles next to our religion ought to stand out boldly above everything First religion thun patriotism or love of country and it is not only our duty in time of peace to submit our wills to organization for tho purpose of carrying out our truo princi Â¬ ples but it reaches out further oven than that and demands of us that wo put our lives in tho balance with our principles if necessity require it 01110 men seem to hold their political principles and party loyalty very lightly and aro over ready to put their individual or selfish interests forward at tho sacrlflco of prin Â¬ ciple honco wo seo men at almost every election ready to urgo little personal spites or to magnify small charges against the nominees of the party and once fn a whilo wo find a man sordid enough to become a candidate against Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tho choice of his own party calling him Â¬ self the independent candidate with the hope that he may defeat the organization of the party holding his own principles and thus secure the promotion of his own selfish and sordid interest Tho man who could thus turn traitor to his political principles is possessed of a very low degree of patriotism and not to bo trusted in any responsible situation Tho party of tho minority may give their support to such a one for the purpose of disorganizing the opposite party but this was always to mo a matter of very doubtful propriety For whilo we may by supporting such a one succeed in breaking tho organization of the opposing party we do it by giving tho reward of office to ono who is willing to betray his principles that he professes to be for his countys welfare and as such onn proves bimsolf wholly unworthy of trust or confidence A deserter from an army Incurs the severest penalty by deserting his country in timo of danger and for it is frequently shot to death Whilo wo cannot nor could not bo so severe in timo of pcaco yet all good and truo citizens owe it to sucli a ono to shoot him to a political death with our ballots X Â¬ Â¬ xx Peculiar to Itself So eminently successful has Hoods SarNaparilla been that many leading citi- Â¬ zens from all over the United States furnish testimonials of cures which seem almost miraculous Hoods Sarsaparilla is not an accident but tho ripo fruit of industry and study It possesses merit peculiar to itself Hoods 1iiis cure Nausea Sick Head ache Indigestion hilllousnesH Sold by all druggists An Examination for Non Graduate Â¬ Physicians Olllco of State Board of Health rowuMi Giuiv Ky May 10 1801 To tiik leiiMc Tho State Hoard of Health will hold a meeting for the examination of applicants for certificates to pructico medicine under the recently unacted amendment to the medical practice law at the Medical Department of tho Uni- Â¬ versity of Louisville Iouisvllle Ky ho ginningatOa inThursdayJuno 141811 this being tho day the amendment goes into operation Only persons presenting satisfactory evidence that they were reputably and honorably engaged In the practice of medicine in this State aa an occupation prior to February 21 1801 and that they aro persons of good moral and profess-Â¬ ional character will be oliglblo for examination The moral and professional character of the applicant and tho credibility of the witnesses aa to tho length of time lie Canneltou Tho debates at tho Bomo Normal aro held every Friday night instead of every WE ARE ALWAYS CRITICAL Monday night Mr Klmer Wheeler and his niece Bring us your Wool and get our Goods We will In tho selection of our stock and Miss Bernicn are visiting friends and purchase only such as wo can safe Â¬ have a little trade of our own and it will do us both relatives in Kvansville INTERESTING EXTRACTS ly commend to our customers Misses Lcona and Bora Wado and good It is our business to serve you That is what 1rpm CorrcipondenU Myrtle Williams attended tho ball at ASIDE FROM DRUGS The person who owns an Klectropoise Derby Iud on tho evening of th 6th we are keeping store for We want to do you all the Wo aro agents for tho Walter A lossesses a treasure of immense value Quarterly meeting held at Bomo the Wood Binders and Mowers Bakes good we can and ac the same time do ourself good Oth and nth proved to be a greatsuccess W 0 Florence A vena Ky Twine and all kinds of Repairs Tho Klectropoise is a quick cure for except some people got caught in the You buy my Goods and buy your Wcol See insomnia I am much improved in every hail and rain If You Are in Need Prof Land and wife T S Connor and G M Phillips Ilradfordsvillo Ky way wifo and Prof Macmaster of Bomo Of a Machine wo will make it to Tho physicians will have to adopt the spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr your iutercst to buy it from us Klectropoiso in their practice Dr A II and Mrs Brashear Love Bedford Ky Wo have had good results in curing various ailments with tho Klectropoise GUSTON KY J W Cotton Bardstowu Ky Typhoid fover left me in such a condition that I had despaired of ever get Â¬ ting better the Klectropoiso relieved mo of all pain first application I am surely Its to the Garfield readers of cured by this great remedy W T the Nkwh to whom wo wish to SOLICITING FOR Itichardson Corhln Ky Did it ever striko you speak I cured a young calf that I am sure At Itliimtnicliirerii Factory Price Vrta on board ut Cincinnati O in tho matter of buying Goods would have died had I not used tho Protective NATIONAL CARRIAGE Klectropoiso on it Tho result was quick HARNESS CO CINCINNATI O that you could do just ns woll AND B II Pryor and satisfactory Mrs TP BuB0y at homo as you can to run off at 45 00 Kpperson Ky Road Wagon i Collection Agency 32 00 to other places Timo is The Klectropoiso has never failed In Phaeton G2 50 monoy especially at this sea- Â¬ any case that I havo tried it and I have Surrey t THIS IS NO HUMBUG I 7G 00 son of tho year when you are tested it severly Ed W Shankland Carriage 132 50 Carlisle Ky so busy with your crops BIG PAT TO THE RIGHT Spring Wagon 45 00 Tho Klectropoiso is worth 100 a day Road Cart Why spend a day or ovon half II 00 to me M S Cralle Meeting Creek Headquarters BOWLING GREEN KY Buggy Harness No 00 5 25 a day in running off to otjicr Ky Barouche Harness No 1080 10 75 places when you can do bet Â¬ Klectropoise of Tho has cured me Light Double Harness No 1177 15 75 L Brlghts Disease after everything ulso Wo koep ter right at homo Team Harness No 1202 17 00 failed I A Hopson Hopson Ky everything you want and wo Our Prices on otlior Styles nnil Grades aro equally low TI10 work w ould please My wife has been a helpless invalid will be glad to see you you and bIvo entire satisfaction Try it onco you will liavo no for sixteen years when slo began treat Â¬ Our uhlcles Harneea and Saddles ineludo a full and completeother line Think about this matter and ment with tho Klectropoise she now iiyuuiiiiumiiopurciiasoa vonicie iiarnees or Saddle dont fail to seo or correspond with when you want Goods and does hor own house work and cooking 1 1 Wo never dreamed of anythiuk working have Produco to soil remem- Â¬ such a change II B Woodward ber your homo merchants has been engaged in the practice in this State must be certified to by the Medi- Â¬ cal Helereo of the county in which such persons reside or must bo submitted to this Hoard ten days prior to tho date of When practicable tho the examination witnesses should be medical men All examinations will be conducted in writing and while practical in char- Â¬ acter will be sufficient to fully test the ability of the applicant to practice medi Â¬ cine with safety to the people and to to bo successful each applicant must make a grade of not less than seventy in each branch Ah this provision was mado by tho General Assembly for the especial bene Â¬ fit of worthy poisons who have been reputably engaged in tho practice of medicine for ten years but aro unable to comply with the present law and yet can not hear the expense and loss of timo involved in a regular course in a medical college no fee will be charged for the examination Uy order of the board J M Mmiuws M I President J X McCoiimxck Ji IX Secretary BROWN Many Are T JONES It I GO Managers 4 The People Who havo found experience to bo a dear teacher Especially is this truo in buying Drugs WOOL is the time of year for this staple article want r ft When You aro in need of Drugs you want them pure and fresh WOOL MOT BAD tf H it 4 place Miss Addio Whltmarsh has returned home from a visit to Mis Muson near Quality Is of much moro importauco in Drugs than quantity for upon quality does life in many instances depend So bring it right along and get the Highest Market price for it YOU WANT GOODS Ill h - 4 C E BRYANT Garfield JTCUNDIFFCO GUSTON KY Â¬ Agents Wanted Lovings BUGGIES And other Vehicles and Durability Harness and Saddles Unequaled in Style Workmanship f M Dr J Moorman HardyvllleKy Standard and Pocket Klectropoiso for wilo or rent for particulars apply to Dubois A Webb 309 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky Resident guratM4 Dentist T F McGLURE Agent B Whitworth Son liafc GARFIELD KY OLOVERPORT KY ftoilon Dr Prices Cram Baking Powder WorMs Flr HlghMt Awd Office Willi Dr J T Ovvoii Und of Hrldiru 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